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]lkMmt, TIIISSBAY, APRIL r/o 1961 NEWS  Hattie Fwood Home Bureau meets Tuesday with Mrs. Wilbur Rau. 7: ]. and Mrs. Rex Rau, their : xnhllster and wife of Bethal chur- l ell, near Farmer City, were callers here Saturday afternoon. Was the wedding anniversary of Rev. and wife. The children of Austin school wlll zader a musical program Ass Beulah Kinser, a form- er teacher will show pictures of Iter recent trip to Mexico. It's :gular community meeting May 5 pxn. The public is invited. Saturday AaM. visitors with H. were cousin, Mrs. Estella [aviland, son Roy John, wife, son and daughter, from Des Moines, ; Lloyd Myers of Calif. and Chancy Myers. They came Friday tO visit Chancy till Sunday after-! noon. Lloyd sold his business m l . is with sister awhile, takes a physical Tuesday, then to New Yk for 2 or 3 months. Hopes to the Navy again. to Latham Friday noticed a of Poplar trees had 'sprung Up' since there 2 weeks ago, at a n new place. Owner evi- dently don't know these trees d roots long distances for wat- er, take it right out of wells, toots clog tiles and sewers. Some years ago the City of Lincoln  all these trees cut because roots were getting in sewers so badly. Miss Jennie Johnston of De- catur is in the Nursing Home at JFanner City. No room for her in Pine Crest Home, Clinton, where brother John is. His burn- 'arm is healing. Strong SE wind Thursday. Oh, why so much. Friday real sum- I, 79 . Brought rain, Eighth- plus thunder at i a_rn. Con- ed rest of night. Poured from 6:30. Cooler Sunday - a thunder shower at 1:30 p.m. The warnings failed to come for the night. A thunder and rain at 6:30 Monday Spring flowers and maw blooming and peach trees. N Center Chapel has new church paid for, an service and note burn- Dutton, of Saybrook, of A.M. service Dr. O. for afternoon for June l& ony voted to dismiss S.S. ahd go. More later. C.nter has 30 children and hold a service or Bible Study on Mon- day nights for them. Will be on fast time next Sun- day.  thce clocks back or late fo S,S. The storm, not bad as predicted t here' at 8:30 Monday night, lightning and thunder, few big rain till midnight - no win& Thankful for that. with those where destroyed so much. Boys In Service Alia and Mrs. Donald W. Gil- |urn and sons, stationed at Ent Force Base, Colorado Springs, Io., have been transferred and ire now living at Chanute Field, toul, Ill. ment No. 2 - 2670. High team game: Fire Depart- Let's Go ment No. 2 - 934. Bowling! Speials for BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon., April 24) Final Standings Fire Department No. 2 180 Mr. Pulaski Products 157 Barrick's Transfer ]53 \\;Vilham Construction Co. 148 High Ind. Series: C. High Ind. game: C. Gupton, J. Jackson - PEBBLED FERTILIZER in 80-lb. bags 12-12-12---$67.50 16-8-8--$70.00 7-28-14--$84.00 All other numbers available. Bulk Fertilizer SS.00 per ton less LeHer Box Cornland, Ililnois Dear Mr. Wible: I saved the clipping from the Times-News about the Ladies be- ing on TV. I am writing to find out if any ladies who are making their long i dresses would like to borrow some ] old-fashioned long white skirts. I I have several I would loan to those I who would handle them with l care while laundrying them. They are over 50 years old. Some were my mother's and some were Downing Insurance 148 mine. I also have one black silk Farmer's Elevator 147 and several old fashioned white Bo-Jac Hybrids 138 straight belt aprons I loaned Lake Fork Grain Co. 131 them in the past to the ladies at Stahl Bros." Implement 123 Williamsville and Elkhart. All I Rothwell Lumber Co. 115 ask is that they are kept in good High team series: Fire Depart- condition, as they are all old keepsakes, and then returned when the Sil-Tennial is over. If anyone would like to lool "GET RID OF them over, I live on the north GARBAGE side of the grade school, first house east of the only two-story THE EASY WAY" house on this street. The house has cementweatherboardingand Buy A G.E. an east porch on the front. Respectfully, Mrs. Ollis Hinds, Cornland. D I S P O S A L NOTE OF THANKS We want to take this oppor. tunity to thank our friends and relatives for the nice cards, tele- phone calls and telegrams on the occasion of our 55th wedding an- niversary. Mr. and Mrs. Uriah Tern SEE THEM AT STAHL'S Mt. Pulaski, I11. LIQUID FERTILIZER 10-12-6--$61.70  12-8-4--$54.97 15-5-5--$57.96  6-18-6--$609 Nurse Tanks available for Planters using Liquid Starter. NYLON FRONT TRACTOR TIRES 550.16 4-PIy--SI4.00 550-16 6-PIy--16._I_ 600-16 4-Ply--S16.00 600-16 6-PIy--S17.So Complete Stock of WEED KILLERS, INSECTI" CIDES and FUNGICIDES. 20% Granular Aldrin ............................... 271/zc 24D Granular ................................................... 26c Randox Granular .............................................. 40c Alanap Granular .............................................. 27c Randox T Granular .................................... 35x/zc BRYSON FARM SUPPLY Phone SW 2-5214 Lake Fork, Ii We Have 'em! Keep annual grassy and broadleaf weeds out of corn. Spreads a chemical blanket that stops weeds as they germinate. Apply it in bands over the row, or in overall treatments. Randox T proved its value to thousands of corn farmers in the wet spring of 1960, when it was tough to find a day dry enough to get into the field. Randox T proved its claim that it could clean up the weediest fields, often eliminate the need of rotary hoeing, and save at least one cul- tivation. More than that, Randox T prov- ed it could push yields up at least 10 bu- shels (or more) per acre over untreated fields. Randox T is a pre-emergence herbicide only. It has to be applied at the time you plant. DO Randox keeps grass out of soybeans. Ran- dox is the first "apply-as-you-plant" weed killer that knocks out grassy weeds before they sprout.., yet doesn't hurt the crop ! Randox makes bean harvesting faster and easier. With cleaner fields, you don't have to wait for frost to kill off heavy foxtail growth, while soybean pods be- come brittle and drop beans before harv- esting. You get bigger yields of cleaner beans with Randox. P.S. Randox may be used on corn, also. Randox costs less than its cousin, Randox T. So, if grassy weeds are your only weed problem in corn, use straight Randox in your conrfields instead of the wider-kill- ing Randox T. You'll save a few more dollars that way. , Easy-Picking INEER Com... oil_ ORDER YOURI PlqOM-- :R00s Arney : CORNLAND, ILLINOIS Also See Us For MONSANTO 2,4-D's ! Rentschler Seed Service CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS For More Details, See Monsanto's 8 Page Color Insert in April Successful Farming and April 1 Prairie Farmer.