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i 'i  ,ii VdND MRS. EDWARD REMMERT. 621 McLean announce the engagemen of their Valera Marie Newton to A2e Harry W. son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Milner, of Pulaski. A winter wedding has been SALT CREEK AREA north of Chestnut is going through a face-lifting process that will radically change the course of the creek's overflow waters. A new channel has been built about a quarter of a mile east of the old one. Steel work for a long new bridge of five spans is almost corn- plete and as soon as the new bridge is finish- ed, the old channel will be filled up and the old bridge torn down.--Times-News Photo. MR. AND MRS. GEO. KIIREN$ of Mount Pulaski, announce the engagement of their daughter, Sean Marilyn of Decatur, to Ron- ald L. Crane, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Crane, of Bethany. OlD BRIDGE TO BE TORN DOWN and channel filled up, co straighten out the creek with a new channel, reTirees.News Photo. ii II! HAVE YOUR 1 COUNTRY LIFE AGENT PRESENT TO YOU... NEW CHANNEL about a quarter of a mile east of the old one. --Times-News Photo Your Country Life agent has an interesting and factual story about Country Life and its many benefits for you! It is a fascinating presen- tation and will take but a few minutes of your time. Call him and have him see you at your convenience. Learn the facts about Country Life and what is now available for you as a Country Life policyholder. Phone Today. ROBERT i COUNTRY' om- sw2s2x [ INSURANCE CO. O"r PULm [ One of the Country Companles RUNNERSUP FOR TENNIS CHAMPIONSHIP. Don Olson, high school tennis coach, and Ace Hinman of Lincoln, were finalists in the county tourney held at the high school courts on Labor Day. They lost the championship, however, to Emory and of 4-6 9-7, TOMMY LEE ROMANOTI"O the seven year old son of Mr. and Mrs. John Romanotto.