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CLASSIF.IED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY - WANTED TO RENT TRADE ..._RELP WANTED - JOBS WANTED NOTICES  DOLLABmPerson whose IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- aD.ears in our other two serve LOWER PREMIUMS Wlll'h =i ...... duller if and you get them at Reeves Call-for-lt " be'foe-next Agency, Latham, Illinois. Pnf .lay. --Western Auto OR 4-5731. t .._, Mt Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE Modern 2 bedroom nice location. Shown by only. Phone Mt. SW 2- 5980. (8-24) Fresh country eggs. deliver on Thursday. Mrs. Allsopp. Phone SW '59 - 4-Door Rambler, drive, Radio, Heat- PY6-5774 after 6 p.m. Byron Bahn, Chestnut, (8-24) (P) 1 nice stone veneer -; 3 bedrooms, living room, room, bath and Koehler, Phone (tf) Comer china cabinet, Several electric fans Glenn Volle, Lath- OR 4-5361. 121 acre stock farm; Watered pasture; good modem house; on road. Owen Colelasure, Ill. (9-14) (P) Headquarters for the complete line of Hoover, Eureka and Sun- beam vacuum cleaners and floor polishers. Some prices as low as $29.. Service, parts and paper bags for all makes and models. We carry a complete line of Bissell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Pheme 732-8106 lincoln, Ill. Please Call Harry Foster (if) FREE !1 ALL WIZARD BATTER- DES recharged free if in passenger car (Vaughan) service. Bring era m. WSTER AUTO AS- SOCIATE STORE. AMBITIOUS MAN - Full or spare time. Supply Rawleigh's famous Products in Atlanta or Mr. Pulaski. Can earn $125 per week. Write Rawleigh, Dept. ILH-463-1124, Freeport, Ill. (8.3-17-31) WANTED: Bathinette in good condition. Phone SW 2-5872. HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES WANTFD--Young men ages 17- 24 physically fit to train for Rail- 500-gal. Propane tank road Station Agents and Com- 2-5773, for partili satary app imately amonuimunicatinSmxPSltm'ns'$41 -t--"j' -------L---m m [for 40-hour week, plus overtime, .,. " .  in[paid vacations & 7 paid holida.ys rUlaski. Doing good bus- I year & free travel. Also fully pare ),, ....... l hospitalization & life insurance u--,:, 7-rooms ana Dam Iplu s outstanding reUrement pron. oee_ . Jonn 151esemeler[. Retirem" ent of older, men create.. ates. J unlimited opportumty for quan- ": 6 cylindet fled ambitious young men. Short Ford Tudor, low mile- training period. If sincerely inter- owner Good condition ested personal interview will be Purviance, Mount granted. Write Box 250, give ad- Phone SW2-5354. dress, age, race, phone number, (P) (8-17) House trailer, 36-ft., attachable room 10x12; Sell separate. Lake Fork (P) SKLKI ON WIZ- $4.OO TRADE- TIME. (GLEN) Auto Asso. Store. (tf) AN INCOME PRO- sell or will trade, property. Call or see SALE: Good Will deliver. Wayne Elkhart, Ill. Phone (tf) FOR SALE: 10 acres to IOO,0OO $1.25 to $1000 acre. Rothwell, A.F.B. (tD time usually available for inter- view. (8-24) (P) WANTED TO RENT: Cozy house or apartment. Contact Bill Smith SW2-5578. Needed by Oct. 1, or, thereabouts. The 4-H plan has been adapt- ed and spread to more than 70 countries around the world. University of Illinois veterinar- ian say leptospirosls antivodies transmitted to calves through the cow's first milk may stay with the calf for as long as six months. Generosity: Offering a cigar [o a man you know doesn't smoke. NOTICES homes for two female old. Black and SW 2-3973. Full time sales clerk Pulaski, with Satur- included. Apply by Box 252, Times-News. WANTED for by Mobile Homes Dis- Write Kenneth Bast, IlL (tt) TREE SERVICE: Fully tree estimates. Carl Jr Lincoln, Ill. Phone (tf) CARTER CO. SAWMILL metal roofing, materials for every treated lumber, Poles. 8m, $$50 & up  . n.#s IIJMOIS  Smmmn mv COUNTY HOME EC 4-H GIRLS SHOW GAIN FOR 1961 A total of 376 girls are enrolled in 21 home economics 4-H clubs in the county according to reports compiled in the County Home Economics Extension Office. This figure shows an increase of 13 over last year's enrollment of 363. Of this number, 116 are first year girls. These clubs are led by 41 adult and 26 junior leaders. One new club was organized this year --the HiUtop Merry Maids in ML Pulaski, led by Mrs. George Zo- brun. TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, Ill. vieve Gentes, Home Adviser, and Miss Marilyn Armstrong, summer assistant home adviser. MAKE OUTDOOR EATING SAFE Picnic packers hold a primary key to safety in outdoor eating, says O. L. Hogsett, University of Illinois extension safety special- ist. To prevent trouble, plan foods that do not favor growth of or- ganisms that cause food poison- ing. Likely targets for these or- ganisms are custard-type pie fill ings, pre-cooked hams that are not thorouhgly re-cooked, poto, The 4-H girls are enrolled in a fish and egg salads, creamed dish- total of 695 projects including the les and chicken. following breakdown: [ If you do prepare any such Foods-You  to Bake- 91, I foods, keep them packed in ice A. B. C.'s of Foods, 41, Adventures Juntil you are ready to eat them. in Cooking- 39, It's Fun to Cook-] Remember, too, always prepare 25, Meat in Your Meals. 21, Pastry [ in Your Meals. 32, Yeast Bread in Y Your Meals- 31, Milk and Eggs in Your Meals- 7, Outdoor Meals- 23, and, Teen-Time Food Fare- 6 imaking a total of 316 enrolled fin food Clothlag - You Learn to Sew. 93 and You Make Your Own Clothes- 166--totaling 259. Room Impzovmmmt - Flower Ar- rangemenm---Beginnlng- 12, Flow- er Arrangements, Advanced. 14, Pictures of People- 1, Table Cov- ers for Dining, Beginners. 11, Table Covers for Dinlng, Advanc- ed- 3, and, Five-Year Room Plan- S--totaling 46 enrolled in room improvement. Miscellaneous proJe: Handi- craft- 24, Photography- 9, Baby Sitting- 25, Bird Study- 6, and, Gardening Indoors. 1. In addition to the regular pro- jects, the girls have an opportun- it to participate in various ac- tivities such as music, recreation, citizenship, health, safety, demon- strations, public speaking, Sham- the- Fun, electric activity, and camping. Although these are not required, they add interest to the club program. The County Home Economies 4-H Committee coristing of Mrs. $ohn Wiebking, Chairman; Mrs. Sam Will, Mrs. DeWitt Yeast, Mrs. Charles Bardwell, Mrs. Louis French, Mrs. Walter Horn and Mrs. Mrs. Charles FinlL have worked very clasely in carrying out the 4-H Club Program in the county, along with Miss Gene- CUSTOM SPRAYING and CORN TOPPING Robert T. Rothwell Phtmo SWg-S4 - Mr. Puladd LIME NOW Wiflt Out Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOII 6E'i!. 93% . . 88. . . 4.69% ,u Total Calcium Carbonates 93.6o-% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts immediaCY. Each ton has enough carry-over of fine par- tides to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace eimnmats---Co- bait, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc. Copper. ROCKY FORD LIMESTOHE COMPANY THURSDAY, AUGUST 17, 1961--11 Calcium Carbonate Magnesium Carbonate food under sanitary conditions. Also, take your own water if you are going to a spot where water is not safe or is questionable. Also, slip a first-aid kit in with picnic supplies. In the kit, include materials to care for burns, cuts, insect bites and bouts with poisonous plants. And, when you pack up for home, be sure that your camp fire is thoroughly out and that you have cleaned up all garbage and trash, leaving the pionlc grounds clean. Corn planted in rows 20 inches wide with a high plant food ap- plication yielded about the same LINCOLN, ILl, PHONE 4 ..--CONTACT----- Ed Hlckey, Dial SW 2-$7 - Dean Wmql ]kaJo 4.4S17 as that in conventional 40-inch rows in 1960 tests at the Univer- sity of Illinois. Phony: One who climbs a lad- der of success, friend by friend. Mid-Summer PAINTING Time to Paint Your Corn Cribs Before Fall By rite Hour - By Square Foot YOUR SPRAY PAINTER WILLIAM DUHS PHONE 5W2-5770 MOUNT PULASHI Tracing and Locating Service Co. A SERVICE FOR Excavating Contractors, General Contract- or, Municipalities, Water and Gas Com- panys, Sewer Departments, Architects, Pri- vate Companys, Home & Property Owners. Locating and Tracing Accurately ALL UNDER- GROUND PIPING, CABLES, CONDUITS and SEWERS. Avoid unnecessary and wasteful dig- King to find a broken or faulty pipe, cable, con- duit or sewer. Our service can save you time and money. CONTACT WILLIAM SUTTON P. O. BOX 46 LAKE FORK, ILL. Phone Mount Pulaski SW 2-5535 SAV COMPLETE FERTILIZER SERVICE NJTROGEN SOLUTION 20 NO PRESSURE ANHYDROUS O Bag Mixed or Blending of NITROGEN, PHOSPHATE, POTASH TO FARMER REQUESTS Rock Phosphate DIAl,  2.5410 MOUNT PULASKI DIAl, 732.3113 LINCOLN Logan Farm Service Co.