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SlL-TENNIAL LADLES ADDED LUSTRE TO 125TH ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION THESE 28 SlL-TNNIAL LADIES were chosen by various organizations to represent them and were featured at different times before and dur- ing the Sil-Tennial Week. FrIt Row, left to rlght--Mrs. Lee Taylor, Mrs. Clyde Febus, Mrs. Dan Ellis, Mrs. Frank Hutch,son, Mrs. Fred Holmes, Mrs. Eugene Manes, Miss Seiota Horn, Mrs. Pearl Connolley, Mrs. George i,, Meister, Mrs. G. F. Wait, Mrs. Paul Beidler, Mrs. Clarence Bowers, Mrs. tl County Fair Record One features a a c " , . , ppear n eoy known television stars I _ ',ooO premium list are I .%. to 1 make Logan County's l Fair, which q Aug. 5th for a a record-breaker in ! ! aing day, The Lone r.._. u his mount Silver, to- ' With . _. Dan Reid and Victor, e vie and television fame, L ,., honors with the Inter- , kli .Atto Daredevils and an | la. " atlto show. | [_Rkwell and Jack Lrnel "aWrence Welk Band. The bo 1 rSey Band, The 20 Man- and additional will be featured in of Stars" revue on Ig. 6th. Harness rac- for the afternoon of the stars of the night Will make appearances. of the week in- days of harness rac- horse shows, the calf scramble, crowning County, awarding Trophies to Citizens and special headed by The Ink it  taraliversary theme will be t in all departments by  IOlignated _.. - premiums in t ethrSShows with the Mad .Pearheading a large ar- tt es Will appear on the aroughout the Fair. records were set in ad t the Fair in both the mt e. rvation department and V, h"  Space requests. Twen- t . dred grandstand seats ,e,rved and go on sale eaY preceding all per- '1" NOW AVAILABLE ' :l.al Bound Editions may veked up at the Times- je. are, also, extra copies L tit of the area will be oy the first of the week.  rwcoE. EDNESDAY, JULY 19 Wilord Scroggin, Sr. re- Ord Wednesday that a dent of Mount Pulaski, u de Newcomer, died Wed- ,Uly 19, 1961, in Beloit, l was made in a ceme- bledo, Ohio. NeWcomer had many a,,, 1Vlount Pulaski. No 2"trrnation was given uE her death. L  i + Oswald Brooker, Mrs. Elmer Crawford, Ms. Adye Suedmeier.  Row-- Mrs. Rinaldo Berttmi, Mrs. Albert Horn, Mrs. Leslie DePoister, Mrs. Loren Holmes, Mrs. Wilbur Stoll, .Mrs. L. K. Buckles, Sr., Mrs. Ellis Downing, Mrs. Dean Wilham, Mrs. Ray Lynch, Mrs. Henry Frank Buckles, Mrs. A. H. Hahn, Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer. ATTEND ILLINOIS' CLEANEST AND BIGGEST COUNTY FAIR CALF SCRAMBLE BEAUTIFUL MIDWAY IN PERSON * ROCKY ROCKWELL THE LONE RANGER JACK IMEL THE INK SPOTS MANHATTAN ROCKETS * INTERNATIONAL AUTO DAREDEVILS ii i