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BUY A MOBILE HOME FROM FAMPBELL'S IN SPRINGFIELD I,.POPLE ARE THINKING ABOUT IT i MANy MORE ARE DOING JUST THAT day more and more people are finding Mobile be the answer to their housing problems. Working middle aged and retiring couples, young couples Onesl and all families wanting to get out from under problem and start paying on a home of their own, to bo ideal. CAN FOLLOW THE MODERN TREND. New living trend makes moving into a Mobile Home easy delays _ buy today -- move in tomorrow -- your Home comes complete with all major appliances, rugs, draperies, completely furnished ready to move life on a new luxurious 10' wide Mobile Home not drive over to Springfield any week day from 9 p.m. and see for yourself a wide variety of some of finest, comfortable and smartly designed house OUR OPEN HOUSE policy allows you to look at We won't burden you with a lot of fancy talk, back talk, but we will offer our assistance if you , tn Choosing a Mobile Home. If we have one that you Will do our level best to make such attractive prices that you will want to buy. All Price Ranges to fit are available and terms up to 7 years at Bank " I OPEN WEEK DAYS - 9 A.M. to 7 P.M. I CLOSED ALL DAY EVERY SUNDAY L CAMPBELL TRAILER SALES ;? SIDE FAIRROUNDS SPRINFIE. ILL "i AlaeH_ to the famous Campbell Sales Barn where u big | --,m .Ie of furniture and merchandise is held every Saturday Night. TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY. APRIL 27, 1961--11 OFFICERS OF THE 17th DISTRICT REBEKAH ASSOCIATION. who had charge of the Pep Meet- ing, held at the I.O.O.F. Hall in Mount Pulaski, Saturday evening. Back RowMae Robinson, Vice Grand; Mildred Wilham, Noble Grand Central 313. Front row--Mildred Perryman, Junior Past Pres- ident, Moweaqua; Gladys Shaffer, Weldon, Treas. urer; Leah Vaughn, Secretary; Beatrice Baker, Blue M6/and, Vice.President; Lorraine Gatfoot, Pres- ident of District 17. Times-News Photo. r all the rivers in the world... don't produce as much electric power as you and other Americans have at your fingertips, This electric "'muscle" is a big reason for our nation's leader- Ship. It makes possible our high Standard of living, our indus- trial proaress, and our defense of the Free World. In this country, most of our electric power comes from in- vestor-owned electric light and power companies, who make it from coal, oil, gas, falling wat- er and atomic energy. These companies -- more than 300 companies like yours-- welcome the full responsibility of making sure America is al- ways the strongest electric nation in the world. MONUMENTS SEE US BEFORE BUYING or -Grave Markers All Colors and Sizes LATHAM, ILLINOIS . SCHAHL Home For FUNERALS Mr. Pulaski Dial SW 2-3235 DAY OR NIGHT Our Phone Is Attended 24 Hours A Day 7 Days A Week Schahl Funeral Home Mount Pulaski, Illinois AMBULANCE SERVICE- PCA THE WAY IN FARM CREDIT PCA serves only those enqaqed in agriculture. Loans to farmers is their ONLY business. PCA has vast financinq experience.., is ready, able, and wiUinq to finance your complete farm operation. Production Credit Association Farm Bureau Buildinq, Lincoln, Illinois HAROLD T. RANKIN, Rep.