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12--TIMES.NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971 pastor at Harmony. Pall bearers were Win. Jones, Marion Alsup, ..... Win. Rau, Curtis Rau, Marvin May 3. A daughter, April Rau, Carl Holtz. Jane, was born Apr. 28 in D.M. Will so miss Linn at S.S. and hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Wilber. Mrs. Alvin Trowbridge catled on HAK Monday last week and on Mrs. Ray Trowbridge. Was Mrs. (Mary Ellen) HeWs birthday May 1, not Mr. Craig Culp won first place in the 200 yeard dash at the Dist. track meet in Argenta. Six other schools sent 2 students each. Earl Fenton, our milk man, has been hospitalized for past 2 weeks. Didn't know it till Thurs- day altho a substitute has been on route twice. To go home this week. S.S. attendance 21. Dist. Supt. Pattison was present for communion service. M - D pot luck supper May 13. Two lovely bouquets from the Rau funeral. Home Bureau met Tuesday with Elizabeth Johnston. Ten present. A tour to Springfield for May 25. Meet at Maxine Johnston's in Latham. Victor Buth is bereft of his father, Albert John Buth, 83, of rural Vandalia. Died in Fayette " Co. hospital. Leaves his wife, three sons and two sisters. Serv- ices were held Sunday in Sho- bonier Lutheran' Church. Burial in church cemetery. Sympathy to all. Marion Alsup received'word of death of his brother, Glenn, 57, in Redgranite, Wis., on Fri- day in Madison hospital. Leaves wife, and 2 daughters, 3 sisters and 3 brothers. Services were held Monday in Redgranite. Mr. and Mrs. Marion Alsup and Carol left Saturday noon to attend the services. Glenn united with Harmony Church at age of 13, under pastorate of Rev. San- ford. Sympathy to all. The community was shocked and saddened to learn of the sudden death of Linn O. Rau. Sympathy to all. For the service the clergyman was Rev. Norman church for he was always there. Mrs. Sibel Wauson of Olney is staying a few days with Mrs. Linn (Myrtle) Rau, is her sister- in-law. No real rain yet, a sprinkle Tuesday and nice shower at 7:30. Some thunder. A strong, cold N.W. wind Sunday. Saw dogwood trees in bloom in De- catur. One at Mrs. Peases in Latham. So pretty. Jennie wren and oriole arrived last week. Monday 38, clear, N. wind. Word came Friday of sudden death of Clifford Eaton, 49, of New Lenox from a heart attack. Leaves wife, 2 sons, a daughter, mother, Ethel Eaton, of Decatur, 2 brothers and 2 sisters. Funeral services Monday at Dawson- Wikoff. Burial in Macon Co. Memorial Park. Sympathy to alL Family resided in this area when children were small. Wedding bells are ringing. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM DATE Notice is hereby given of the death of Josephine Baumann; that Letters Testamentary were issued April 22, 1971, to Wilhelm F. Bau- mann, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. The at- torney for the Executor is Harris & Harris, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, Claims may be Filed within seven months from, April 22, 1971 (date of ism- ance of Letters), and any claim not Filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inventoried wit'hTn that period. Lynn D. Gflclu'ist Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, Illinois (5-13) (p) Harris & Hanis Attorneys at Law Mt. Pulaski, Illinois Paint For Trucks WASHINGTON --More than eight million gallons of paint and thinner are used each year in the manufacture of trucks  enough to paint one million average frame homes. Fertilizer Up...up...up and away Help your corn get up ... up... and away to an earlier, faster start. Combat the stress of blight. Use ARCO Corn Special Fertilizer. The starter with micronutrients. Agricultural Products of ARCO Chemical Company Oivllion of AUantlcRichfieldCompany ARgO FARM CENTER RT. 121 MT. PULASIL ILL. TEL. -5497 JACK AMO6, MANAGER J. ELDON 'STOI,,L- SAI.ES REP. 00urgli Paints Sale Two dollars and twenty-eight cents off Wallhide on Latex Flat, Wall Paint. The great latex cover-up: covers in half the time. No need to fill and sand hairline cracks, and the one-coat process easily covers most stained or dirty surfaces. Wallhide dries in thirty minutes and brushes are soap and water washable, Regularly $8.47". Now only $6.19 gallon. One dollar olf on Satinhide,,,.,.,. Satinhide is a must for repeatedly washed woodwork in kitchens, bathrooms, and children's rooms. Goes on easily, dries quickly, and it now comes in hundreds of colors to match Wallhide Paints. Regularly $3.43". Now only $2.43 quart, Two dollars off Rez on Color Tones. Semi-transparent wood stain. Enhances the beauty and texture of wood. Preserves and protects, too. Great for shingles, siding, fences, and out- door furniture. Eleven colors to choose from. Regularly $6.97". Now only $4.97 gallon. Only Sl49 9" Roller & Tray Special. Regularly $2.29". Top quality - the perfect applicator for Pittsburgh Paint=. FARMERS H MOUNT PULASKI