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1, 1951 MOUNT PULASKI  - NEWS, MOUNT  ILLINOIS PAGE ELEVEN CLASSIFIED SECTION - -- FOR RENT -- LOST -- FOUND TO BUY -- WANTED TO RENT -- TRADE WANTED -- NOTICES -- ETC.. LOADING AT PEABODY 59, 2 BLOCKS WEST OF SPRINGFIELD STOCK YARDS 1939 PANEL FORD tires, good heater. seen at Holmes Gar- tf and plow for overdrive transmis- bumper, starter, and new-style floating been used two Shrader. Phone (3-1) 3 registered black boars; one regis- Swiss calf. --C. W. Mount Pulaski, Ill., (M.I) Nearly new 4-room bath and utility of closet space. varnished wood- Complete large cabinets  arrangements. Full ft. Early possession. section. Shown by J. D. Biesemeier. TqCT, Mount Pulaski New two.bedroom barn and other out- Some standing tim- located tract. Worth $8,000 buys it. --J. D. Biesemier. ": White blossom sweet $10 bu. Phone Tendick. Chester White fall $50. 2 spring gilts, will far- $100 eacl R.R. 2, Mount 63Rll. ! Clinton 11 Oats, in Latham, Ill. (MS) Kitchen sink, right board. Complete, 263, Mount Pu- ge of ML home, modern, Fruit trees and small buildings. --J. D. Biesemeier. typewriter in Inquire Times- SHALE P. H. BROUGHTON Ph. 2-1543 Prompt Delivery WANTED: A local agent for major Seed Corn Company in the following communities:-- Warrensburg Elkhart, Illiopo- lls, Cornland. Notify Box 43, Ivesdale, hi. ([) ORDER YOUR FERTILIZER now for immediate delivery. There will be a shortage. --Lee Mc Cain, Phone 97R2, Mount Pu- laski. (4-26) DONOr MISS "Summer Stock" in technicolor, starring Judy Gar- land and Gene Kelly at the Mount Pulaski Theatre, Sun- day and Monday, March 4 and 5. Matinee at 2 p.m. Sunday. PULASKI WHIPPED LANPHIER IN FINALE Pulaski's Hilltoppers completed their most successful season in some years, Saturday night when they decisively whipped Lanphi- er of Springfield, 58-41, on the Springfield court. This gave them a season's record of 22 wins a- gainst 4 losses. Pulaski started slow and was in trouble in the early stages and with Dittus and Hahn pick- ing up four fouls the outlook was not too rosy, but they managed to weather it with Dittu leaving late in the fourth on five. Harry Hahn, 6'-3", came into his own in this game, and with eight baskets and six free tosses, scored a total of 22 points, his highest scoring effort of the year. Mount Pulcmki B.F.T. Dittus f ................................ 5 Veech f ................................ 1 Hahn c .................................. 8 Mason g .............................. 3 Armstrong g ....................... 3 Richner g ............................ 1 Totals 21 Umph n. Stinnett f ............................ 4 Steele f ................................ 4 Thornton c ............................ 4 HELP WANTED: Woman or Hudson g ............................ 1 young lady for pressing it the Pavlik g ............................... 0 Mount Pulaski Cleaners. Henry g ................................ 0 AVAILABLE, March 1st- Digni- Fromm g .............................. 1 3 13 2" 4 622 1 7 5 10 0 2 fled, permanent position for ambitious woman, who has need for above average income. For personal interview write immediately to Violet ter Veen, 501 Gilbert St_, Peoria, Ill. (3-15 FEMALE HELP WANTED:. An opportunity now open for two ambitious housewives who like to meet people and make friends Flexible working hours convenient for housewife with children. You will direct three or more small private jewelry fashion shows, weekly, in this area. For full details write Mr. Fred Soria, 1404 E. Cedar Springfield, Ill. 16 58 F.T. 1 9 412 3 ii 3 5 1 1 1 1 0 2 Totals 14 13 41 NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 939 191490 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1951, is the claim date in the estate of Ed- - I 13' ILLINOIS (. . PAIRIE RADIO CO2P. V-C FE RTILIZER Order your fertilizer NOW FOR IMMEDIATE DELIVERY --THERE WILL BE a SHORTAGE-- LEE McCAIN Phone 97R2 Mount Pulaski, IlL / 4-room house. In- Office. OTICZ SHIILIANG AND Phone A. J. or Telephone Warrensburg, (I-25(51) PmLCO ILLWIIG- stoa'e. Appliance. F. E. your slip covers made now. --Mrs. Mt. Pulaski. Sex Zeke: "1 Iravel the cevnlry, b'em Texas to M4dme, I meke lees eO m4ney-- with IILIENN en U-nZ BLENN really kmsm Zeke and his ope on the right track. GLENN, 8mifl'# $m- da/Led Crop Ms/mr, am mid lots of ntra dollam to you, too. Its lmlancnd combimtton Married man with a ofuowthdemmtsstartsright in in at sprouting time to with elec- duce Iturdim', more prolta L. Southern, Number': 274L. - 909.5th St_ New All Modem Beauty comfort ! New permanent with to fit each indi- smart look! Pric- a new "Natural" of cremes, rouge, etc. Made from Vegetable and fruit and Thursday STUDIO plants. Feed your corn and oth grains BLENN, and watch tim results. What a diffsne . . a faster start, mow uni- form growth, higher qual/ty. and greater yield. It'll pay you at harvest to order BLENN today. ward William Rentmeister, de-. ceased, now pending in the Coun- l ty Court of Logan County, llll- nois, and that claims may be filed against the estate of the decedent on or before said date without the issuance of sum- mons. Louise Rentmester Bertsche Opal Rentmeister Naugle Executors. Leland Simpkins, Attorney NOTICE TO PARTIES IN INTEREST OF HEARING ON FINAL ACCOUNT State of Illinois, County of Logan, ss In The County Court of Said County: In Probate You are hereby notified that on the PAth day of February, A. D., 1951, John Roy Moore, Sur- viving executor of the will of T. W. Moore, deceased, filed in the above court the final account of his acts and doings as such Executor, praying for an approv- al of same by the court and his final and complete discharge from all further duties and re- sponsibilities as such Executor and that a hearing thereon has been set by said court for the 2nd day of April, A. D. 1951, at ten o'clock a. m., in the' court room of said court, in the court house of said county of Logan, in Linocln, Illinois. Any objec- tions to said account must&be filed in said court on or before time. JOHN ROY MOORE, Executor. Dated February 24, 1951. Geo. J. Smith, Attorney. Fathers are large people Who frequently declare That "other children" eat their meals And sit straight on a chair. "Other children" wash their hands Sweeter T. Wiggers AUCTIONEER In business since 1935 Lincoln, m. R.R. 4 PHONE 48F3 Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance -- See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY Insurance and Real Estate Broker Phone 13 -- Mount Pulaski. Illinois DR. LOUIS W. LENZ DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED i i PHONE 1062 SI0 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL. THE OMAHA TANDEM fore March 15th, to be sure that you get what you want? We are advised that or- ders placed by that date will be filled. After March 15th there is no assurance that orders can be filled. Built especially for large operators who want a wide cut tandem. These harrows are available only in the fol- lowing sizes  11'; 15'; 18' and 21' Tandem, plus the convertibility to a single cut if wanted. This disk harrow is a proven product backed by thousands of satisfied owners throughout the grain states  it has no equal in the field today and is sold with our performance guarantee. We have just received our allotment for 1951 which is limited; therefore, we suggest you see us at your earliest convenience. AUTHORIZED DrLER MOUNT PULASKI GRAIN CO. FROEHLIOH FARM SALES MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS Phone 21 --EXCLUSIVE DISTRIBUTORS FOR LOGAN COUNTY--