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Thuwday, July j, 1971

THE LIMA NEWS. IMA. 0,

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Cole, 1141 Catalpa, Bonita Brockert of Carolyn Callahan of 429 E. 4th, 1 Beaumont PL, William Brown Candi Colvia of 4215 Poinsettia of 2560 Chesterton, Dawn Clark Dr., James Cypher of 402 S. of 1305 Fairgreen, Nancy Craig Woodlawn, Myrtle Dell'of 1226 of 1652 Lee Ann Dr., Douglas Forest Dr., James De Stephens AIRLINE8 LIGHTWEIGHT Ferguson, of 552 S. Woodlawn, of 3462 Makley Dr., Linda Kathleen Gatchell of 920 W. Falter of 2228 Lakewood, James 9" DIAGONAL TELEVISION High, Carol Gordon of 822 Al- Frey of 1709 Milton, Carolyn Hackworth of 930 Crestwood, gonkin Trail, Judith Hagaman of 2301 N. Metcalf, Mary Jordan Raymond Hasson of 941 Richie, REG. of 215 S. Perry, Michelle Kimble Linda Hoersten of 1700 Garland, J of 2542 Shawnee Rd., Ronald Deborah Ambroza of 1168 /2 W. 79.99 Knapke, of 13 Sherwood Ct, North, John Jacobs of 710 E. Donald Knipp, of 1475 Edge- Kibby, Margaret Johnson of 363 JUST SAY CHARGE IT S. Stevick, Norma Johnson of wood. 1429 W. High and Edward Kelly Cada Lauener of 1613 Victoria of 471 N. Elizabeth. Easy to take along with the crowd. Lane, Audrey Lauf of 3253 LiKeyed AGC stops picture flutter ma-Ottawa Rd., Mary Lause of James Knupp of 637 N. Nixfrom passing cars, airplanes etc. 330 N. Collett, Daniel Laut of on, Marsha Lamke of 1932 Jo Built-in UHF/VHF antennas. Ear2200 Wellesley Dr., Margaret Jean Rd., Darlene Ledsinger of 411 E. Wayne, Lonnie Lehman phone and cord for private listenMiles of 530 E. Kibby, Charlotte ing. Brown and ivory color cabinNagy of 508 Ashwood, Karen Os- of 602 W. Robb, Richard Lewis born of 3395 Cynthia Dr., Linda of 901 W. Market, Carolyn McKet. Pennington of 2108 Virginia, inley of 625 Mt. Holyoke, Donald Jacqueline Place of 1025 N. Miller of 435 Franklin, Jane Burch, Thomas Place of 1025 N. Murphy of 1106 W. Elm, WilBurch, Imogene Prichard of 766 liam Overholtz of 1678 Rebecca, St. Johns, Evans Pseekos of Nayna Pauff of 1140 Melrose, 1128 W. Market, Sharon Pugsley David Purnell of 756 Lewis of 662 S. Elizabeth, Faith Rapp Blvd., Arm Recker of 391 Steof 2221 W. Spring, Mary Roof of vick Rd., Janice Roberts of 2783 2110 Arcadia, Mary Runk of 1528 Fort Amanda Rd., Ronald RobCrayton, Kenneth Sandvoss of erts of 2783 Fort Amanda Rd., 347]/a S. Cole, Gilbert Simmons of. David Ruff of 1212 Bellefon804 Ewing, Steven Spicer of 7401/:; taine, Pamela Scott of 802 W. S. Broadway, Shirley R. Stor- Ashton, Sandra Shoup of 120 mann -of 47 Springbrook, Denise Cheshire Circle, Mary Smith of Thomas of 5217 Shoshone Trail, 1560 Leland, Marlene Tussing of Jo Ann Walters of 715 Albert, 5152 Ada Rd., Dianne Uhl of Etta Weintraub of 1568 Walnut: 1060 Bellefontaine, Jacqueline Ct., Norma West of 100 Cheshire!Walters of 2740 Breese Rd., Circle, Fred Wiesenmayer of; Cathryn Woodward of 517 Pros2934 Lakewood and Joyce Sella- pect, Jerry Worford of 520 W. Spring and Craig Younkman of ti, 1825 W. High. 2060 N. Phillips. Area residents with the 4.0 average are Beatrice Agner and Area scholars include Susan Simulated picture Thomas Tenwalde, both of Ot- Armstrong, Cinda Blair, Dean 19-INCH DIAGONAL EXCELLENCE tawa, Joan Baden of Gomer, Garber, Georgianna J e n k i n s Ester Bielawski, Jacqueline and James Watt of BellefonAWARD TWI-LITE TV, REG. 149.99 Fritz, Patricia Nomina, all of taine, Cheryl Army of Ohio City, Henry Arnett of Jackson Delphos, M i c h a e l Davis of Glare-free viewing with Huntsville, Lisa Fritz, Elizabeth Center, Joyce Beining of St. enap-pn Twi- ' lite screen! Hicks, Charles Knueve, Robert Marys, Janet Burwell and MarUHF/VHF antennas, UHF Sell, Joan Swartz, and Paul vin Recker of Ottawa, Susan slide rule dial. 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