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CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HFLp WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES A DOLLAR--Person whose i pears, in our other two be given one dollar if for it before next[ --Western Auto Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE SALE: Upright Hoover 6-ft. Aluminum step- Nell Watson, Chest- (P) Dark Lastex Swim size 12. $4.00. Worn very Mrs. Julian Sams, Mount Phone SW 2-3922. Beautiful AKC Regis- Puppies. Sired Known kennel. : 500-gal. Propane tank )ing with regulator, i (P) I 2 bedroom home and Completely modern, full Gas heat Living and one bedroom knotty ki.500 W- Morg anSt" , George Savage, SW2-5115. (tf) Feeder Pigs, 10 weeks Gulso, Mt. Pulaski, (P) FOR SALE: Modern Trailer with elec. and automatic wash- nick sale. owner will sell on contract or deed, down. For further get in touch with me. A.F.B. {tf) Hereford E. Turner, Buffalo, Alanap, Randox, A1- 2,4 Granules, liquid brush killer, Aldrin soybean innocu- chain saws, Wheel-Horse gar- nd parts for above Service, Chest (tf) akl. WIZARD nAI'rER- ge free if in passenger rviee. (Cecil) Bring AUTO AS- SALE: 1 story, 5 and bath downstairs; 2 2 lots; modern. Mount Phone SW 2-3381. (tf) CES lle, lal SW 2-5626. Udell (tf) wANTs steady ride Lincoln Works in lvt,, area, Monday thru l,, -: lours 8 am to 3"30 .w% win wait until "4. Phone SWEEPERS for the complete Eureka and Sun- cleaners and floor Some prices as low and paper and models. We line of Blssell Shampoo, Carpet Washers, Etc. CLEANER SERVICE Lincoln, IlL Call Harry Foster (tf) CO. SAW MILL metal roofing, materials for every treated lumber, Poles. Saws, S99.50 & p mwrss . r.#5 ILLINOIS  Saugamon mww HOUSE FOR RENT: 3 rooms, bath and basement. Gas heat. Newly decorated. 2 block from square. Ruth Berry, Mt. Pulaski. Phone SW 2-3255. FOR TRACTOR REPAIR,, gas or diesel, in shop or at farm. Call Roger Stinnett. Orchard 4-5811, Latham. Ill. (P) CUSTOM BALING: Lowest rates. Darrell Wilham, Elkhart, II1. Phone Mot. Pulaski SW2-3332. (P) 6-15) LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingrain, Jr., Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (tf) SALE! SALE! SKI.E! ON WIZ- ARD BATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE- IN LIMITED (MILHAM) TIME. Western Auto Asso. Store. (tf) RADIO & TV REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, I11. (tf) IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- serve LOWER PREMIUMS and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, Illinois. Phone OR 4-5731. (if) CUSTOM PLOWING, Corn Shell- ing and Combining. Dean Mile- ham, R.R., Elkhart, Ill. Phone Mr. Pulaski SW.2-5531. (6-1) WANTED: Baby Sitting Jobs. Day or night. Call 2-3384. Pauline Burdick. HOMECOMING AT ELKHART JULY 14-16 The annual Elkhart Homecom- ing will be held on July 14, 15 and 16th. The three-day affair is sponsored by the Sara Bush Unit of the Abraham Lincoln Memor- ial Hospital Auxiliary, Elkhart Unit of St. Clara's Hospital, American Legion Post #616 and the Ladies Auxiliary. The committee chairmen thus far named, are: Fish Fry, Mr. and ,M,. Clark Dobey, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harmer; Bar-B-Que, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Yard, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Verban; Home-Talent Show, Mrs. Eleanor Lanterrnan; Dance, Virgil Damarln, Richard Gleason; Queen Contest, Mrs. Hilda Damarin; Bingo, James Anderson; Ball Game, Harold Panky; Old Timer's Ball Game, George Bell; Kiddie Parade, Mrs. George Bell; Games and Con- tests, Mr. and Mrs. Harland Panky; Decorating, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Allen; Publicity, Mrs. John Hinds, Ms. Richard Gleason. Organizations participating at the Homecoming will be the four high school classes of Elkhart, VIEW MmROR By Dalen Shellhammer We have mentioned that there were some 2500 different auto- mobile manufacturers in the United States. A fe/v companies concentrating primarily on cheap- er cars made an expensive line as well. An example is Chrysler's 1926-30 Imperiad 80 and Reo's Royal 8. But the roll call of those making only quality products is short indeed: CADILLAC, which spanned the field in the early 30's with V-8's, V.12's and V-16's. CORD elegantly styled and fea- turing front-wheel drive. DOBI.E, a $10,000 steam car with a 30.gallon water tank cap- able of taking the car 750 miles. DUSENBERG, the United Stat- es' most famous classic, priced from $10,000 to $20,000. DU PONT, made by the tamous munitions and chemical com- panY. FRANKLIN, the dependable air cooled car with an aluminum body throughout its 32 year his- tory. LINCOLN, whose Continental is considered by many to be the most beautiful car ever built in America. MARMON, whose final effort was a magnificent 16.cylinder model only 58 of which are in existance and the only one in Illinois promises to be at our show. PACKARD, a Hallmark of qual- ity for 40 years and identified by the distinctive shape of the radi- ator. PIERCE-ARROW, with the fend- er headlamps, whose 12-cylinder masterpiece average 127 m.p.h. for 24 hours in 1934. STUTZ: producers of America's most famous sports car, the Bear- caL The depression ended the class- ic era. Of the luxury cars, only Cadillac and Lincoln have surviv- ed, weathering their financial difficulties with sales from Chevrolet and Ford, respectively. But the era had passed--an era of wide choice and variety which INSURANCE Farm IVianagement A. W. Schaffenacker Dial SW 2.56, Corner Cooke & Springs Sts. MOUNT  ILL. LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium Carbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - " 4.69% .= Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is cdmilable and reacts immediately, carry-over of fine par- Each ton has enough ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elmnen ball Boron. Manganese, Iron, Zinc. Copper. FORD COMPANY ROCKY LIMESTONE LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 429 ___ CONTACT ---- Eel Hickey,  SW 2.3"7 . Dean Waqh, Buffalo 4.4517 saw Pierce-Arrow offer, in 1932, an g and two different 12 motors on 3 wheelb&ces, thus making 54 models from one company available in 17 color combinations and 10 upholsteries. The classics are gone and we shall never see their like again.' NOTICE OF CLAIM DATE Docket Number 2246 NOTICE is hereby given to all persons that Monday, the 2rd day of July, A. D. 1961, is the claim date in the estate of Samuel Green, deceased, now pending in the County Court of Logan Coun- ty, Illinois, and that claims may bo filed against the estate of the descedent on or before said date without the issuance of summons. Leona Green, Executor. Lloyd F. Arnold. Attorney. (6-1) PLAN BUS TRIP TO OPERA IN ST. LOUIS, MO, JULY 3 Tim Music Unit of the Woman's Club, has planned to sponsor a bus trip to the Municipal Opera in St. Louis, Mo., on Monday, July 3, when "The Great Waltz" will be the attraction. Anyone wishing to make this trip may do so by making a res- ervation with Sheldon Copeland at the First National Bank. The price of $6.00 includes opera ticket and bus fare. j Steam: Water that's crazy with the heat Tommie Havener REALTY CO. City, Suburban mt Farm Properties 311 West Cooke St. Phone 2.5478 - Mount Pulasl Patrol Equipment IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION WATERWAYS - TERRACING - ETC. We Also Do -- Tiling. Bulldozing. Open Ditch Work, Clearing Farm Ponds and Concrete Structure. FRED HOLMES Mount Pulaski. IIL Phone SW 2-5617 DR. HERBERT F. LENZ DR. LOUIS W. LENZ EYe5 MIID C-daes Prescribed - Contact Lenses 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILLLNOL5 SAV 'T,EN COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO ?RESSURE ANHYDROUS Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH ! TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate i J DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN ,Logan Farm Service Co.