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TI]/ZS-NEWS, Mount Pulmkt. IlL, THURSDAY, AUGUST 24, 1961--7 .... TO AVOID DAMAGE To Our Underground CableS which are in the alleys and streets of Mou_ t Pulaski, we would appreciate it very much if Y_ will notify us prior to any digging or trenching far sewer connections, so that we may then locate our cables for you. MR. AND MRS. HUBERT COCHRAN, who were united in marriage at the Methodist pnage, Saturday, Aug. 19, 1961, at 3:30 pzn., Mount Pulaski in Mount Pulaski. The ceremony was performed in the presence of immediate relatives, by the pastor, the Rev. Clifford Smith. The bride is the former Marilee Thomas, daughter of the late Mr. and m m m Mrs. Glen Thomas o* Springfield, d ni of Mrs. Anita Pass- lelepme u0mpany more, Mt. Pulaski. The couple will reside in Springfield where they are both employed. FOUNDATIONS ' Foundations of qreat buildings m ,.. go down deep until they rest on bed rock. Hot until then is it  to qo high wide Our lives need such a foundation, too. - .L '" ' " "" " "- and we''-,Onty ot our children, we are too often qov- m erned by populm" opinion, by mo- mentary wants and desires, or by increased L__ tepor od,tq.,. .,, nay ht ,,an .'s ,io, o=. and., t.,. ,,.. =,..o. u ylelfls worth U hi the foundation that keeps us secure, ot the lack  it that p, coU,, q additional Only a lJJe that rests solidly by leith on the eternal God and His per acre ammued mercy in Christ Jesus is adequate for the kind of build- Imq we muat do U we want our lives to be truly happy and J] ..., crowned with the kind e success that meet the exacting de- mad of time and eternity. "Other foundations can no man lay than that is kdd, which is Ch't:' ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH ,, .s , LINCOLN Mr. PULASKI CHESTNUT, NEW HOLLAND ...a.ourve " ........ " Corn may be te king of the feed lot, but hay s rapidly becoming heir apparent. Yes--with current decreased corn acreage, increased hay yields are an important measure of farm prosperity. They're directly proportional to the number of additional cattle you can So, it's really important to produce maximum hay yields. And produce them as cheaply as possible. But how? Well it's a proven /( fact that finely ground Perma-Phos rock phosphate produces bene- ficial results on alfalfa and other legumes. At a reasonable cost, too! f  A single application can net you as much as $16.00 per acre. That'S " $8.00 for every dollar invested. Pretty nice profit, right? Let' look at some results a little closer. I. Trouble? Call Us RESPONSE OF HAY TO ROCK PHOSPHATe You're always better off with regular "Average yearly hay yield "Average yearly hay yield Current Increased profit before rock phosphate after addition of Farm per acre at check-ups that PREVENT car break- (usinzlime, potash & rock phosphate price yearly investment downs such as this. But if you should nitrogen) of $2 pr acre .._, have car trouble -- anywhere, at any  3.0tons/acre 3.8 tons/acre $20.O0/ton $16.00 time of day or night, you can get an ex- pert mechanic quickly and at reasonable w rates, Pay while you profit! Add finely ground Perma-Phos rock phosphate to your land now. Chances are you're eligible for long term financing. Why not visit us and your local bank or Production Credit office today? eYield filJre based On tests onducted by the  ground  HAYES GARAGE ]Pbone SW2-5716 Mount Pulasld, IIL FULLER SEED CO- ..... LINCOLN, ILLINOIS