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q I CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE FOR RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES A DOLLARmPerson whose annie appears in our other two Will be given one dollar if h'ae.Y call for it before next ednesday. --Western Auto ,.._Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. FOR SALE I SALE: Screens and storm Windows, painted and in good adition, approximately 24 x .q%; also 2 small kitchen .,ens, 24x47. Mrs. Flora See- It, Latham. Phone 43435 '-E: Reg. Chester White and gilts. Reasonably lriced. Gilts will be bred for trly February farrow. Ideal for It or F.F.A. projects. Paul aver Lincoln, Illinois. Phone -915. (10-12) II SALE: 120 acres on contract at deed. No money down and to interest. E. L. Rothwell, Ac- lited Farm Broker, P.O. Box , Mount Pulaski, Phone 792- (tf) | SALE: Baking White Rock ell, 75e each. Also, compact reepers with floor polisher and Xer. Good condition; and Lrld sweeper. Mrs. Ralph 6kles,  Latham. Phone 674- S,LE: 2 building lots on Cooke St.; also, 2 lots east Fred Gaffney's home, all of a Sehmitz estate. Please taet Mrs. Ruby Meister, Ph. "3281. (10-5) .AIAE: 1 nice stone veneer t..e; 3 bedrooms, living room, n, dining room, bath and ,z er. Everett Koehler, Phone LMI TDo ( K EARM Tt) r:I ME) "  FOR SALE: Good black lu dirt. Will deliver. Wayne arris, Elkhart, Ill. Phone  (tf) NOTICE__.____SS . . Companion for Mrs. ir_k at Chestnut, for a per- hof 4 to 6 weeks. Please con- -_z Fran Myrick, Mr. Pulaski. 92-5476. (P) lleOWFull or Part Time. aSant, easy work. Earnings t'x immediately. No experi-. 1 rlecessary. Distribute Raw- I, a Products in Atlanta or Mt. II,ski. Write Rawleigh, Dept. "q'o3-1716, Freeport, Ill. (9-14-28) TV REPSJRDon Leon- SOuth Spring St. Mount ki, Ill. " (tf) mrged free ff in passenger service (Voile). Bring WESTEILW AUTO AS- STORE. TIE SERVICE: Fully free estimates. Carl Jr. Lincoln, Ill. Phone (tf) WANTED for by Mobile Homes Dis- Write Kenneth Bast, Springfield, Ill. (tf) DRIVE SAFELY you de- LOWER PREMIUMS get them at Reeves Latham, Illinois. Phone (tf) CARTER CO. SAW MILL tlmbers, metal roofing, materials for every Pressure treated lumber, poles. WvvY 66 B.L# s ILLnqoIs of  Rt i WANTED-- Nice dresser for girls room. Phone 2-5777. SWEEPERS Headquarters for the complete line of Hoover, Eureka and Sun. beam vacuum cleaners and floor polishers. Some prices as low as $29.95. Service, parts and paper bags for all makes and models. We carry a complete line of issell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Phone 732-8106 Linooln, IlL Please Call Harry Foster (tf) AUSTIN NEWS By Hattio KEn, wood The Home Bureau meets Tues. day with Mrs. Ruby Rau. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Stolz of Muncie, Ind. spent last week here visiting the Albert Andersons, while saw about corn shelling Vernon Galloway is home on 15 day leave from the Navy. A fam- ily dinner was held Wednesday evening at Coy Galloways Mr. and Mrs. Del Sohthern have returned to Bloomington for an- other school term. He is a Senior at Wesleyan, she a Senior at Nor- mal. Del was to undergo eye surgery Monday Patricia Heft of Flora spent the week end with home folks. Her wrecked car has been repaired and in use again. Nancy Little, whose car col-: lided with the Brown ear, west of Maroa-Wednesday night, is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Little. She was not seriously in- jured, though hospitalized. Mr. Brown and 9-year-old son were killed; Mrs. Brown is recover- ing from serious injuries. Rev. and Mrs. J. H. Ruberg H.A.K. attended services in First E.U.B. church in Decatur Thurs-! day night Wish all could heard Bishop Heiningers sermon. The new house east of Latham looks to be finished. Another building has been erected north HEATER HOSE, RADIATOR HOSE FALL PAINTING ,. THERMOSTATS TIme to Paint Your BRYSON SUPPLY Corn Cribs This Fall Weather Phone- Mt. Pulaski 792-5214 - LAKE FORK, ILL By the Hour - By Square Foot YOUR SPRAY PAINTER ,OCK WILLIAM DUHS PHONE 792-5770 MOUNT PULASKI LIME NOW PH PHAT TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, Ill., THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 28, ' of house and a swimming pool is Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and CHRISTIAN CHURCH / being made. The lawn is green I Bible classes for all ages. Paul P. Burdlck, MfDMt with grass, so soon. l 10 a.m. Communion service. 9:30a.m. Bible School Ideal till Thursday, strong Luke 10, 30-37. "Being a Good 10:35 a.m. Morning Womhip winds, a shower in night . real Neighbor." Sermon: "The Dynamics of summer again Friday and Satur- Listen to the 'Lutheran Hour' Faith!" day. A golden hue Sunday A.M. - WMAQ at 12:30 p.m. and KFUO 6:00 p.m. Junior CYH then raining before church out. 2:30 p.m. See "This Is The Life" 7:00 p.m. Evening Service Lightning, thunder and rain at on Channel 17 at 11 a.m. and Sermon: "Blessed .Are The At- 8:15, 9:00, 11:30 Sunday night - Channel 20 and 43 at 12 noon. tentive!" a real rain, NW wind chilly, misty Men., 8-9 p.m. Choir practice 8:00 p.m. Senior CYH Monday A.M. Quit by 11. Those New members are sure needed Announcements brown butterflies are numerous - and the regular ones are urg- All Bible School classes hang on tree leaves like brown ed to attend, assemble in the auditorium leaves - over night. Lot beans Tues, 3:45 p.m. 6th graders combined and to market, a lot Sunday, Oct. 1., for the to harvest yet. 8 p.m. Adult Instruction class of perfect atendance pins and Wed., 7 p.m. Stewardship Fin- election of Sunday Sehoololes, Looked strange after the show- ance Committee The Youth Development er Sunday night the moon Thurs., 2 p.m. Sewing Circle mittee will meet Sunday, Oct. shown brightly and was lightn- 7:30 p.m. Walther League. at 5:00 p.m. in the church offl, ing all in Northeast at same time. A beautiful pink sunset Monday LATHAM METHODIST The Church Board will meet and so moonlight all night. Clear Paul Du Boil lstor Monday night, Oct. 2 at 8:00 Lq and chilly, 44 this Tuenday a.m. Mrs. Ed Culp, S-. Supt. the church. Prayer Meeting on Brought house plants in, now see Morning Worship--9:30 a.m. night at 7:30. Everyone is invR. it turn warmer. Sunday School--10:30 a.m. ed to come and study the subject LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH of "Prayer". C H U R C H E S Latham, ls The Ladies Aid will meet on, : louis E. KafL Pastor Thursday, Oct. 5, in the church FIRST METHODIST CHURC2-1 9:30 am. Bible School basement at 2:00 p.m. Cor. Jefferson and Vine 10:30 a.m. Worship Service We call your attention to a , Clifford D. Smith, Mlmter 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship ies of sermons to be preached mt Service fo October 1, 1961. Sunday evenings during the liar, Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win St. IOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH th of October. The theme of Allsopp, Supt. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastm sermons is - 'e Beatitudes I Worship Service at 10 azn. Sunday School--9:30 a.m. The Revelation". The public iS World-Wide Communion. The Holy Communion--10:30 a.m. cordially invited to hear -o* e assisted in the t Luther League each Monday at timely sermons. service by the Rev. Frank E. I #: pm. Our Sunday evening serviees Neumeyer, pastor Emeritus. I Confirmation Instruction Satur- at 7:00 p.m. and last Just Saturday, Sept. 30 Workshop for lday at 9:00 a.m. for those in 8th hour .... t00achers of the 00ndergardenlgrade, and 10:00 am for tho00 and Junior Departments of the in 7th grade. Motmtatn P,mc: A cook Sunday School at Mason City, A cordial invitation to all! used at high altitudes. beginning at 9 aJn. ANTI FREEZE Re. Edward M. Kzewer. Pastor Mass on Sunday, Oct. 1, will be mm offered at 8 azn. =o. CARLOAD OF Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Madn Rothe Ph. 792-5965 Sat., 8:45 to ll:15 a.m. Saturday ZEREX and PRESTONE School 1-5 and 7-9 p.m. Communion Announcements. $ Tommie Havene, 1.70 REALTY CO. ca. sul, ms FREE COOLING SYSTEM CHE Farm Properties 311 West Coolm St. oae =.s47s. Mount Pulaski Complete Stock of: Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium rbonate - - 88.93% Magnesium Carbonate - - 4.69% Total Calcium Carbonates 93.62% Each ton contains 700 pounds of Powdered Limestone which is available and reacts immediately. Each ton has enough carry-over of flue par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elements--Co- balt, Boron, Manganese, Iron, Zinc, Copper. ROCKY LIMESTONE LINCOLN, ILL. FORD COMPANY PHONE 4 --.-- CONTACT Ed flicks, Pho 79-37 Dean Wertl Bmalo 4-4517 Soils low in phosphorus are short on yields. Short yields give short profits. Rock phosphatd provides an economical way to supply the, needed phosphorus. Your FS spreader service makes it pouib to spread high quality bulk rock phosphate .the right Lmount at the time you want it. {See Your FS SaJOsrnmqj LOGAN COUNTY FARM PHONE: LINCOLN 732-3113 J v