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PAGE FOUR PI('TORIL SECTION, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEYVS .|! Reward Offered for Information on Schoolhouse Vandals % ,/ REWARD OFFERED--A reward is being offered for informa- tlon !eadlnq to +he den'+v of the person or persons who drew these pictures on +he b:ackboa-a af the Laughery school. Get in touch wlfh Shedff K:ef at Licoin. (--Times-News Photo.) A MESSY MESS-T's:_c ::er scat*area over the floor and wraDDea aOuna the sea*s addea to the mess,,, aDcearance o *e schoo. %iss Roe Ha,ee- *eacher s iookTnq th-u her des *c ee w- saae ,s aoe. --T'mes-News Photo.) OFFICERS INVESTIGATE FOR FINGERPRINTS--Sheriff C. L. Kieft left, and Jim Chris+ensen of Bloomlngton, f]nqerprlnt ex- pert, made an extensive search for evTdence at Lauqhery school with finqerprints belnq the most souqht for. --TTmes-News Photo.) . > .... ] COME AND GET IT--Prom the way they are crowd;nq into the Voiie cab;n on Sait Creek ;f looks as fhouqh these carpenters bankers, pro'ess;onal men and business men were really hung- ry at the Rothweli Lumber Company s stag parry Frlday evening. Baby beef sandwlches Dcta- to salad, p;cktes salted eanuts and light refresh;nq dr;nks were served. The affa;r was :,' the n,afure of an apprec;ation o' the company to var;ous ;ndlvlduals for fhelr coopera;on the past year. Keith Rothwelt was in charge o{ the party. {--Times-News Photo.t | JULY QUOTA--Plctured above are 17 of Log an countys quota of 18 selectees who Lincoln for the Chlcago induction center early Wednesday. The 18th Logan draftee ss old D. Trldle, Farnam Neb., who was sent from that locale. Front row, left to rk Baker, Russell W. Brown, Edward J. Pelt, Harold H. K;ssenger, Joseph C. Jut i Marki, Robert L. Knoy, Henry S. McCurry. Back row.: Arthur B. Blaum, James V. Woo va L. Nilhas, Joseph Kasnar, Henry R. Phillips, Henry A. Sigler, Albert W. Bobell, Wallace, Robert B. Maxwell. {l!liro;s State Reclister phi PRAIRIE TRAILS STATION BURNS--Fire origlnatlnCl servlce dlvlslon of the st,tlon on the northwest edq e coin Wednesday at 1:40 a. m.. comp!etelv desfl station and tavern at an estimated loss of $1 as Larry Shepler could estimate it. The fire was be have been started when Dale Kistner, night attend pared to clean the station and dragged a tub cont; line across the cement floor, fr ctlon producinq nlted the fluid. The building was owned by and Paul Betz .... contents by Shepter, and Wayne the service station. (Courier