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IRS. HUTCHINSON, right, won the nail driving contest against her runner-up competitor, Mrs. Leslie Braun F. 00 l IROOKER GOT HER MAN AGAIN as shown won him this time in a husband calling at Old Settlers. q %1I I:} PRIZE WINNERS in the Talent vi. st were the Fire Queens, Baton f Decatur. 'lrl d All the casual charm of fall is captured in this sharp corduroy sneaker with its heavy white rUbber sole -- its wonderful way of making you forqet your feet for play. Have it in white, black, loden or qoki. ONLY 2.99 DOUD'SCLOTHING and SHOES "'Follow The Crowds To Douds" MOUNT PULASKI -- ILLINOIS -TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 3, INI o LARGEST FAMILY PRESENT at Old Settlers Friday, was that of Mr. and Mrs. Win Allsopp. ORAN SCROGGIN, 92, was the oldest per- son present Old Settlers Day. Kenneth Johnson introduced him. PUERTO RICO RESIDENT, Mrs. Dwaine Moore, formerly Pat Bakies, came the longest distance to the celebration. DENNIS JACOBS, a tap dancer from De- catur, being presented the top prize award of a $.50.00 Savings Bond, by Bob Ryan, chairman of the Talent Contest, for being the winner, Tuesday evening for Sil-Ten- nial Week. FIFTH PLACE WINNERS in the Talent ('ontest were the Lehner Sisters, of Lin- coln, who are acrobatic dancers. THE lITTLE WRANGLERS of Decatur, a square dance group, won second prize, in the Taleat Contest. To the right, and in back of them is Claus Tanner, local band instructor, who was one of the judges.