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TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pu]asld, IlL. THURSDAY, MARCH 6th, 7th, and 8th GRADE GIRL SCOUTS (1 to r) : $oyce Miller, Joan Miller, Donna Lowe, Barbara Musick, Linda Reeves, Connie Allsopp, Susan Ayers, Christy Mueller, Becky Gupton. --Times-News Photo. LIRDA HOWE AND CAROLTR HATFIEI, two of the Latham Girl Scouts who attended the Father and Daughter Banquet on Saturday evening at the St. John&apos;s Lutheran Church. --Times-News Photo. Plan to Plant Petun,as to HelPfor. Patrol Equipment Dress Up the Cify the Sil-Tennial Year zs NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION WATERWAYS. TERRACING - ETC. We Also Do -- Tiling. Bulldozing, Open Work. Clearing Farm Ponds and Concrete Structure. ONE BILL THAT GETS FRED Phone SW 2-5617 HOLMES Mount Pulaski, BIGGER ONLY WHEN IT GETS FULLER ONE k Some people are finding their dectric bills higher than last year's. But don't jump to wrong conclusions! You see, they're using more dectricity! Haven't :you added some electrical convenience recently? Or been enjoying more the ones you have? You'd expect that to be reflected slightly in your bill. And the real facts about price are these: While the prices of almost everything else have been rising, the average price of electricity per kilowatt-hour has been going down. And the more you use electricity, the more you'll find that it's the biggest bargain in ):our budgetl STOP CREDIT P C A can finance all of your farm needs Get ed with mad use PCA facilities exclus- ivelymit's EASIER  BET- TER -- S<zves TIME msd MONEY--helps ALL AGRI- CULTURE ASK ABOUT INTERMEDIATE TERM LOANS FOR THOSE BIG PURCHASES 3 to 5 YEARS TO REPAY PRODUCTION CREDIT ASSOCIATION Farm Bureau Building -- LINCOLN, ILL. HAROLD T. RANX/N, Representative