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}'AGE T,VO PICTORIAL SECTION, MOUNT PULASKI TIMES-NEWS IDEAS FOR FIESTA FLOAT--The two pretty floats pictured above were part of the Nauvoo Grape Festival-,parade Sun- day afternoon which was attended by some 30,000 peope. The top picture shows the (ueen's Float on which are also her coLrf attendants. The lower picture advertising the famous Nauvoo Blue Cheese, carried a band group. HITTING HIGH SPOT--Louls Schafer and wife on their re- cent trip to the west donned their winter cjarments and mount- ed +o the fop of Pikes Peak for a !oak at the rest of the v.or!. ,k.!r. and Mrs. Morret Delberf accomeanled them on the tri:= A HORSEY IDEAHere Ds a novelty that some enterprising person could easily fix up for the Fiesta parade and frolic. It was a hit at the Nauvoo Grape Fes- tival Sunday. ,o LATHAM of Wayne i,ii CATCHES BIG ONE--L. F. Triebel, formerly of this community but now at Pasadena, California, is shown with a cjianf 22-pound halibut he caught on a recent fish- inq trip. He and his son, Bob, on another expedition' cauqhf a five pound sea trout, 9 barracudas, weighing 6 to 10 pounds. k T MRS. he marrt sons here born. Mrs' Lafaveffe 'r. TIMES-NEWS PICNIC GROUPThis group which is part of the Times,News oicnic party that went to the Nauvoo Grape Festival Sunday, took time enouclh out to eat 'a hurried basket tunch ,along the beautiful Mississippi drive north of Hamilton. Shown in the picfiJre are: {left to rlahfl Gene Clear, Lloyd Harcjis, Gilbert Spenler Mrs. A. W. Schaffenacker, Mrs. L. Harcjis Standincj: Mrs. C. H. Leckbee, Mrs. Harold Harqrave, Mrs. Paul Beidler, Mrs. H. J. Wible.