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om where I sit.., by Joc Marsh Ipatdropped by the come in and house-clean for .,,g;e[arker's lst week to me. They did last year and it " [h,".cr t_the depot. She was took me three days toget things on her annual month- back to rights." | lt With her sister. From where I sit, some folks sakes the folks in this , are nice," she said. re the fourth person s,Offered me a ride today Iteoalready arranged to mrs Phillins But, Red, iso " - ." ne thing you can do 1,', name it," says Red. one replied, "in some a" i t-'co ay would you *et ! t friends know they me a favor if they start out with good intentions and end up interfering. We may not agree with the way our friends fix up their homes and they may not agree with our preference for beer with' meals, but these are choices we each have a right to make. Re- spect for them is the biggest "favor" of all. Ct'yright, 1961. United States Breuers Association, Inc. The Book of Life The Bible defines its own high purpose when St. Paul writes 2 Timothy 3, 15, tt that the Scriptures "'are able to make thee e . salvation.', Whatever other good ends the in- . n.Ptures may serve, and they are many, the prime pur- I  to give tle knowledge of lhe way to eternal life, sat Ch .t)ok is able to do because its great living Center is ear. nst, the Sa'.ior. Jesus directs the people of His day: . d the Sct'iptures. for in them ve think ye have eternal iI'th-_._hhey are they x, hich testify of .ME." Our deaf friends e lTL tble "the Jesus Book" and they are accurately correct -,u]e d .... ._ Irects to Jesus. crucified and risen for the good of teoeause He is "the Way, the Truth. and the Life", and no es to the Father's eternal presence but by Him. ,h,. . quest for eternal life" Read your Bible with this pur- 2 i " " g_ r nd and be sure that you see the shining image of i'h:: ,ou study its blessed pages. And that is tim way our l.,  Preach the Bible. ION LUTHERAN CHURCH MT. PULAIIKI CHESTNUT NEW HOLLAND Fits all standard 3-point hitch tractors. Six ddferent sue and prate models, 6". 8" and I(Y blades for small fields and tlmited trac. tor power, lO'. IT and 14" blades for larger acreages and tractors. These NEW LAND SMOOTHERS have appi,cabon tol mainten- ante and tiflage on irrigated farms, and for land forming to correct suface drainage pro- btems, fill washes and gulties, smooth ter- races, benches, waterways, etc Low inihal investment since tractor length furmshes additional effect,re tevehng length Using your own tractor and the 21, yard [versman Scraper. you can do most earth Jobs on your farm be youself. Level land for efficient irrJgahon. Grade fields to tin- prove drainase. Fdl gullies and low spots. Build farm roads. Make terraces, grass waterways, reserv ors. dams. p*t si os Re- sponds instantly tO single valve hydraulic control Loads wth low power recluzrements but wLth large Scraper stability. Hauls at high speed. Frond dump permds accurate control of fdl. We Will Rent These Machines All rental will be applied Purchase d new machine HASKELL PHOSPHATE- LIMESTONE (0. , III. Phone OR 4-5721 IGlI'l'II GRADERS who won awards at Athletic Banquet held at ML Pulaski grade school, April 27thFront row (1 to r): Mike Kennedy, Donald Goodman, manager; Danny Walton, manager; Ronald Bailey, Gary Schmidt, Wade Schott, John Kelly, Kenneth Renner, Larry Wubben. Back row 1 to r: Sam Bertoni, manager; Mike Schultz, Bob Van Hook, Ronald Baldwin, Stephen Wilham, Darrell Shull, Gary Ey, Jim Bcrg.Times-News P. FIr--l, SIXTH AND SEVEII GBJi.DEP, S who won awards at Athletic Banquet held at the grade school, April 27th. Front row (1 to rlTom Con. nolley, Gary' Baker, Karl Davis, Darrell Hanslow, Bob Taylor, Jeff Martin, Larry Horn. Back row (l to r)Dale Durchholz, Roger Wilham, Larry Bowles, Tom Gupton, Bruce Dannenberger, Richard Goodman.Times. News Photo. Your BMA Representative KENNETH W. JOHNSON Can Help You Plan Your Future Life Insurance Health ln:urance Retirement Income Business Insurance Home O.nership Plans Hospitalization Major Medical Expense. Anmiities Group Plans He can help you plan for a secure future by arranging f.r BMA protection. He'll show you how to make your insurance dollar provide the most value in retirement in- come. educational plans, dis- ability income, major medical expense, business insurance . . whatever your personal insurance needs are. Call today '. rr__N W. JOHNSON Phmm $w oX4 MOUNT PULASrr V lUSUlL mira ulll/Ul[ . Kcms City 4|, Miasei FOR IILLIIIAII IINVlCE PHONE 2-5418 NEW LOW COST PROTECTION Insured guarantee covers repair costs to house, building or contents should further termite damage occur. IIICOMMENDED BY 1M IIJJHOII LIMUKdl OMPANIES MT. P FKRMEBS GRAm & ZIP/. CO. Mr. PULASKI, ILLOIS