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| FOR SALE - FOR RENT - LOST - FOUND J137th ANNUAL REUNION J WANTED TO BUY - WANTED TO RENT - TRADE J lOF HOLMES FAMILY . 3OBS Jl The 37th annual reunion of the William and Mary Turner Holmes i family will be held on Sunday,  DO--Person Aug. 6th, at the Tomlinson Re- whose GARBAGE DISPOSAL: appears in our other two Every Wednesday, afternoon creation Center in Mount Pulaski. Will be given one dollar if starting Aug. 2. Contact Good- A basket dinner will be served Call for it before next man Disposal, Mt. Pulaski, Ill. eaday, --Western Auto Phone SW 2-5471. (8-2) (P) Store, Mr. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE 6 room modern house lots, in Chestnut. Immedi- Possession. We would ex- for home or trailer in Pulaski. Mrs. Eric Hein, Phone PY 6-5891. Vornado window fan; reversible. Excellent $20. L. Rau, Latham. FOR SALE: Good black dirt. Will deliver. Wayne Elkhart, Ill. Phone (tf) Modern 2 bedroom home; nice location. by appointment only. SW 2-5980 (7-27P) 24" Gibraltar furnace, automatic draft control Good condition. Stivers, Ph. SW2-3276. 7-20)  . FOR SALE: arras: I0 acres to I00,000 Prices $12.5 to $I000 acre. "- . L. Rothwell, A.F.B. (tf) t free if in passenger ._Service- Bring (Dean) <.- WESTZRN AVTO AS- . S'l'Ol. AI: 8 room house. Small W,"_ Dayment with contract. t,,- TM Warren, 523 W. Jeffer- '--'% t. Pulaski 7-27) t  In Maroa: Good, solid, ll a, 5-bedroom house, bath, , water, sewer, closets, - , space, 3 closed porches, good well. Ideal for big! t Lot 80x160, with or with- .ill Joining 2 acres, garden, ee it block south Christ. ,. lurch. Phone Mama SY , Priced reasonable. (7-27) IS August until January, ., .lVlrs. Bill Wheeler, Phone _ 1'a761, after 5:30 p.m., for t" Couple to stay in coun- , th Mr. and Mrs. William t  He is a semi-invalid, in cha00 Ke.oeth % "-",-. Phone SW 2-5672 (tf) A SWEEPERS for the complete Eureka and Sun. cleaners and floor Some prices as low parts and paper bags and models. We line of Blssell Shampoo, Carpet Floor Washers, Etc. VACUUM CLEANER SERcoln, IIL Call Harry Foster (if) SAFELY you de. PREMIUMS get them at Reeves Illinois. Phone (tf) SALE! ON WIZ. $4.00 TRADF TIME. (FOSTER) Auto Asso. Store. (tf) CARTER CO. SAW MILL metal roofing, materials for every treated lumber, Poles. Scs. $99.50 & up awYm a.# s n.LmOm e SQmenmm m, WANTED: Crib for 1-year-old. Complete. Write Box 201, Mount Pulaski. (P) WORK WANTED: Any kind. Bob Vills, Mt. Pulaski Ph. SW 2-5161 WANTED . IRONINGS to do, in my home. Mrs. Helen Litterly, Latham, Phone OR 4-5651. LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Carl Ingrain, Jr, Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732-8394. (tD RADIO & "IV REPAIR--Don Leon- ard, South Spring St., Mount Pulaski, Ill. (tf) REPRESENTATIVE WANTED for this area by Mobile Homes Dis- tributor. Write Kenneth Bast, R.R. 5, Springfield, Ill. (tD GEORGE SAVAGE FAMILY MOVE TO NEW JERSEY Mr. and Mrs. George Savage and family, who lived in the west: )art of the city for several years, left last week for their new homo in Monmouth, New Jersey. They sold their property and household goods to John Hein, who recently returned from Army service in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. Hein and baby daughter Debra Linn came to Mr. Pulaski Sunday to occupy their newly purchased property. NOTE OF THANES TIMES'NEWS, Momtt PulasicL m TIIISDAT, JULY 20, Mis Dorothy Bender, professional 15 friends present, Wednesday koff funeral home; are appreci photographer, is taking the pic- morning, ated. No church service next Sun- Mr. and Mrs. Win. Miller have day as pastor and family will be! been ill, their sons family had visiting her folks in been there and they became ill - Her brother from Arizona is seemed any one who drak their be there and may visit his well water became ill. Discovered not far from city. at noon. The committee consists of Chick Holmes, Frank Thompson and Mrs. Sam Sparks. Officers are Forrest Mueller, president; Marg- ery Marshall, vice-president; Elsie Mueller, sec'etary- treasurer. WEATHER The weather is this area has been about the same as reported previously. The days are quite warm but the nights cool. How. ever Tuesday was the hottest we- 've experienced lately with the early part of the night hoL But sometime around 2 a.m. Wednes-i day.a rain moved in and by morning about % inch had fallen. The atmosphere colled to in the 60's. Welcome rain, wel- come cool air. Cleared some Wed- nesday. AUSTIN NEWS By Ittte Kezm W. O. Galloway has returned from a visit with son Luther in Jacksonville, Fla. He flew back to Chicago. Coys met him there. The Harold Clarks went to Ken- tucky Saturday to attend his aunts 50th wedding anniversary. To return Monday. Judy Sue Cross and Beverly Rildy have returned from a 3000 mile trip to the East. The Taylor boys of Lebanon have been visiting the Goretzkes. The Taylor family is leaving this I want to thank my friends weekend for the Azore Islands and relatives for the flowers, gifts where Aubrey is to be stationed and cards received while I was a for two years. Mrs. Del Southern patient at the ALM hospital. Mrs. Beatrice Riedle (P, gave a coffee for Mrs. Taylor with Tommie Havener REALTY CO. CIW, Sulmdmn and Farm Propert 311 Wut Coo St. Phone 2.5478. Mount Pulmdd MRS. JARVIS FURNISHING FILM FOR MOVIES Mrs. Blanche Jarvis is providing film, so that professional movies can be taken of the different events during the SilTennial Cele- bration from July 22 thru 29th. SPRAY PAINTING OF ALL KINDS CALL WILLIAM DUHS MOUNT PULASK, I PHONE SW 2-5770 LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU 6El1. Calcium Carbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - - . 4.69o/o i Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% , Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is avahie and reacts immediately. Each ton has enough carry-over of fine par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elements--Co- bait, Boron, Manganese, Iron. Zinc. Copper. FORD COMPANY ROCKY LIMESTONE LINCOLN, ILL. PHONE 429 ----- CONTACT ---- Ed Hlck, Dial SW2-17 - Doan Werth, Buffalo 4-4517 the cesspool was draining into the well. The road south of the church has been graveled. A nice shower Wednesday and Thursday A.M. freshened up things. Stopped com. bining, but most wheat was fin- ished. Some averaged 50 and 51 bu. Neil Goretzke had a field made 57 bu. A beauty spot is the flower garden at Edwin Lawrence's. Blooms from tulip time till frost kLlls. Mrs. Nelda Hobbs and mother Mrs. Hoc of Latham, called at H.A.K.'s Friday (for berries), with !them were Mrs. Hoff's grandchild- ren, Linda and Roy Chapman of Hobbs, N. Mexico, and Bill Camp- bell of Decatur. The children had a time roaming through the "jungle" - just hope didn't get dose of poison ivy or full chig- gels. Pam Heft won the pony at the fireman's ice cream supper Satur- day night in Latham. Brad thinks it pretty nice. Sandra Williams played a piano selection Sunday a.m. The Junior Choir sang a special num- ber. Mrs. Chas. Cross brought a lovely bouquet of glads - we all enjoyed. (She planted bulbs in March). Mr. and Mrs. L Emery brought a bunch of new fans to the church from Dawson & Wi- The Wm. Raus visited Helen Heisterman in Lincoln, Saturday evening, then attended flremea' supper in Latham. USE ROTHWELL'S lDI - MIX CONCRETE SAVES Time. Labor. Money Phone 2-3260 iiii REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm Management A. W. Schaffenacker Dial SW 2-5655 Cornor Cooko & Springs StL MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. FARM FOR SALE Tho Culp Farm, about mile South of Latham, mfnois, ms the hardroad (dmmdbed as: S of NEt/4, See, 2, T. 17 N," R. 1 W of 3rd P.M.. Logcm County), consisting of 80 acres of weH-drofned top, fertile soil and excellent improvements, will be sold at Public Auction AT THE FARM, ON SATURDAY, JULY 29, at 2:00 P.M. TERMS: 10% at time of sale- balance in fulL October I, 1961. Pouusioa March 1, 1962. At such time and place, there will  be  at llc auction, for cash, 4 shares of the CAPITAL STOCK OF THE STATE BANK OF LATHAM. For further informattou, see rosy of the following: Edd M. Culp, Executor, Estate of Charles A. Culp, Deceased, Latham, Illinois; Elmer L. Kiick, Executor, Estate of Mary A. Culp, Deceased, Decatur, Illinois; Vail, Mills, Arrnstro.g & Winters, Attorneys, Decatur, Illinois. SAV l! COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NITROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS e :Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAL SW 2-5410 MOUNT PUI,ASEI DIAL 732-3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co.