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Mt. Pulaski Vocation- students have ap- Lttend summer Comer- at Southern and Illinois Tom Martin have been the Senior of Mt. Pulaski and of the Bill Bates has by the Mt. Pul- Club to attend University this Schaffenacker, Bob Pope are being cow recipients service in Mt. in these programs a broad introduction prdblems and ben- conservation activities. of study will include: Forest Resources, Water Re- Resources and In addition, be encouraged training for in the field and Conservation will include field field experiences as well as and lectures, Natural facilities of the be used, in some is utilized to into the environ- studied, ktttmut katter ReGecca l:ke (2 lt.-tulations to Mr and on the'b00th A_2 t baby, a son, born Is  ray Allen. Mrs. Ch, nd- I1. mnr Maryn Rent- 2 Sch00,l lUa-:., ured the farrowing- A_ _I zacfli 1-- ties on Drake Farms -u mr lessons in wiring. John Drake hosted the 20 Ag students with teacher, Lee West. Mrs. Melvin E. Singley and Jane Anne, Hazel Crest, IU., visit- ed two days this week with Mr. and Mrs. John Drake and Andrea Susan. Friday, they drove to San Jose with Mrs. Clarice Singley, Hartsburg, to visit Mrs. Drake's great-aunt, Mrs. Ruby Gibson. At 80 years old, her hobby is mak- ing beautiful quilts, so her guests each brought home one of her quilts for keepsakes. Happy Birthday wishes (the belated) to our new editor, Jim Dodge. He has been doing a Free job with the Times-News and everyone in the community ap- preciates his free work. Happy Birthday to Clifford Aughenbanglh April 17th. Mrs. Albert S. Buehler, and Mr. and Mrs. Pete Herren, Monti- cello, Ill. have returned from visiting in Alburquerque, N. Mex- ico this week. While there, they visited Mrs. Buehler's sister, Mr. and Mrs. C. P. Blakely and neph- ew, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Williams. Give me a call whenever you have special visitors, or mark a special occasion with your fami- ly. Your news is enjoyable for all to read. Boy Scout Troop 125 partici- ated in the Prairie Trails District cout-a-Rama at the Lincoln High School, April 17th. The troop received a 2nd Place red n'bbon for their booth, featuring Archery Safety. Eight boys re- calved Scout-a.Rama patches and Luke Vradenburg was presented a canteen for selling 30 tickets. The troop recently received the National Camping Award for ef- fective year.round camping. Tom Lowe is Scoutmaster of the Chestnut Troop. "lr. and Mrs. Harold Arm- strong, LynnwcHx1. and Diana, took a nine-day vacation to the East Coast, visiting in Alexandra, Virginia with their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Luster. They toured Washington, D. C. and many historic and interesting sights on the Coast, providing a vacation that was educational as well as fun. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis You can't balance for long on one leg, neither can you continue to produce a crop for maximum profit without a Balanced Fertility Program. It will pay you to investigate our eyes-open approach for reaching your yield goals. ARCO FARM CENTER 1'. 121 lOW. IPUIJI[L ILL  .,91ff'/ and Miss Tanya Manes were m Louisville, Ky. over the weekend to pick up Robbie Smith, who spent Easter vacation with his mother, Mrs. Lee Smith. Ricky, Lori, and Jerry Travis spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler. Visiting Sunday with the Farris Cowan's were Mr." and TIMES-NEWS (Mr. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, APRIL 22, 1971--11 Mrs. Eric Mormon, Kinmont, Ontario, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan visited Easter Sunday with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Cowan, Bruce, Jeff, Joey, and Jeannie, Marengo, !11. Miss Susan Rentmeister, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. W-re. Rentmeister, was guest of honor at her 5th birthday party April 17th. Little guests were: Tina and Crystal Balm, Jill Fehting, Annette McKirmey, Johnny Howard, Jimmy Leeck, and her brother, Bill Rentmeister. How do you grow Amiberi.clean beans in a low rainfall area? lhen you're out to utilize every drop of rain, everything you do is geared to conserve soil moisture and at the same time protect the structure of your soil. Instead of double discing to incorporate a pre-plant herbicide-which can risk soil moisture loss and working the soil too fine- a growing number of farmers now apply Amiben to the soil surface and do their "incorporating" with a rotary hoe immediately after planting. You will find that it's a good practice to use the rotary hoe any time, every time you: 1- use Amiben in low rainfall areas, 2-plant into marginal soil moisture and rainfall doesn't follow in 3-5 days, 3 - apply Amiben after beans have been planted. Farmers agree Amiben is today's most effective soybean herbicide. When rainfall goes against you, use the rotary hoe to start Amiben working. You gain today's best grass and weed control even where rainfall is scarce. You avoid the double discing that goes with pre-plant herbicides. And you take a firm step toward soil and moisture conservation on your farm. First name in herbicide research For most grasses and weeds, there's no escape from Amiben AM, I BEN: IT'S ESCAPE PROOF AMIBEN is a trademark of Amchem Products, Inc. for chloramben weedldllqifs. AMCHEM PRODUCTS, INC., Ambler, Pennsylvania