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Friends E-ning Bender of entertained her office in at a dinner, night, November her home. The was spent in view- and movies of ;Is. present were Mrs. Miss Gene- Miss Angie Mrs. Tony of Springfield," Raikes, Oak- were Jotm Ben- daughter, Sara Bender of FROM Katherine Down- t. Pulaski and Mrs. .Downing of Ak- returned re- a month of in the Orient. when tourists Wash. They in the countries; Ja- (Nationalist Hong and Singa- ended in Ha- which time Mrs. Downing and - in - law, Mrs. Downing spent in Honolulu. com- returning to the .States, Katherine tn Santa Monica MR. AND MRS. LLOYD OWENS of 815 Short l lth, Lincoln, announce the engagement of their daughter, Barbara Sue to Alen Lee Trago, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Trago, R.R. 3, Lincoln. Miss Owens will be a 1972 graduate of Lincoln Community High School. and is presently employed at Eisner's Grocery in Lincoln. Mr. Trago was a 1969 graduate of Lincoln Com- munity High School, and is presently employed at Lehn and Fink in Lincoln. A June wedding is being planned. with her aunts, Pauline Gregory, who had recent- ly celebrated her 100th birthday, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Maxey. She also visited with Mrs. Doris Beebe in San Marino. It pays to advertise in the Classified Ad Section! ON THE DODGE BOYS. THEY CARE ABOUT - WE JUST DOUBLED APPEAL OF OUR FREE TRANSMISSION OFFE. so many of you asked for it, the free automatic transmission offer 1972. We've extended ae Dart deal to include the Custom four-door sedan, as well e Swinger hardtop. of these two new 1972 Dodge Dart models, specially equtPPed with popular options such as vinyl roof, power steering, and more, and Dodge offers you the auto- rnatic transmission at no charge. Either way, you get a great Dodge--either way, you get a great deal! Check it out today. Dodge @ ON THE O01EE BOYB Dick Shull Motor Co. Cook Sued Momz m, n nc oH (hmT W1HH D slqmaD The Country Music Con- " test sponsored by the Police Ass'n. of Springfield at the Griffin High School Sun- day, November 7, was well attended. The four hour programme of songs and toe-tapping music brought much applause from the audience. The youngest to perform was a cute little six year old girl who sang several num- bers. The oldest was a 77 year old man who played the violin. This Amateur contest is a yearly affair and the pro- ceeds go to help needy children of Springfield. Last year 40 underprivileged children were-sent to a camp for two weeks. First place went to two twelve year old boys. Eric Etherton of Buffalo and Ricky Dunham of Dawson who sang several songs with Eric playing the electric guitar. Eric is the grandson of Mrs. Leona Green. Mrs. Green attended the affair and was a dinner guest of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Januswiski of Springfield. Eric is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Etherton and Ricky is'the son of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Dunham. Winter's Cafe in War- rensburg, II1. is now book- ing parties for the coming holidays. Phone 672-3511. TIMErS-NEWS (Mt. Pu,, ll.)THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1971-3 , ............ IL SC/'OOL A4'NUS new cafeteria. Lake Fork ........................ will serve lunches. No lunches will be serv- ed at the Mt. Pulaski Grade MOVING? Send the Times- School Nov. 22, 23, and News Your New Address. 24, due to moving to the I I I I I il I I I I Ii "I say let's put it in a safety depsit box attbe lank of {00hemnnt . 3U lNmm I I I I II I WOULD YOU BELIEVE... Hardl a sound AMassachusetts TO  lie , cent ci"d the That's inflation in reverse. But there is a place where you can beat infla- tion without worrying about getting hold of costly money. It's a savings account here where the fine earnings don't make your money costly, just more valuable. And the way to have a LOT of valuable money is to add to your account regularly. That's the secret, regularity. In this way, small amounts of money soon become large amounts, especially when you consider how much your savings here earn. Make saving a habit and get into the habit soon - at Lincoln Savings and Loan - and make your money double in value! Ask us how it's done. We are still offering 5-3/4% and 6% investment certificates. $angamon at Broadway Lincoln, IIIinol= Ph. 735-2326 f (: i r