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i CLASSIFIED SECTION FOR SALE "FOIl RENT LOST FOUND WANTED TO BUY WANTED TO RENT TRADE HELP WANTED JOBS WANTED NOTICES A DOLLAR--Person whoSe llarae appears in our other two ds will be given one dollar if they call for it before next Wednesday. mWestern Auto Asso. Store, Mt. Pulasi, Ill. NOTICES FREE!! ALL WIZARD BATTER- IES recharged free if in passenger tShehorn) car service. Bring &apos;era in. WESTERN AUTO ASSOCI ATP-. STORE. NOTICE: I would aprpeciato it very much if you would order TIMES-NEWS, Mount  IlL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 28, 1961--11 i FISHING SURPRISE PARTY GIVEN GEORGE ZEBRUN A surprise fishing party was given George Zebrun on Sunday night when a number of his fish- ing buddies showed up with their wives. They came in fishing at- tire, with all kinds of gadgets us- ed by fishermen to snare the elusive finy tribe. A fish supper l was served later in the evening [Bertha Jenner and Laura Beth Brown. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kafka, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Tendick, Mr. and, Mrs. Otto Ey, Dr. and Mrs. Lelnd Cross, Lee Broughton and family, and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Wible, music at the two schools. She is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fran blyriek of Mt. Pulaski. ELKHART HIGH SCHOOL HONOR ROLL ANNOUNCED The following students made the honor roll for the first six weeks of 1961-62 school year, at the Elkhart high school: Seniors: Janet Jones, Janice Jones, David Bell, Pat Hanahan, Janice Richert, Cheryl Penner. Juniors: Marsha Jones, Suzanne Verban, Sue Johnson, David Davis Sophomores: Becy Beck, Dennis Davis. Judy Lee, Barbara Miller, Janie Garrison. Freshmen i Susan Baker, Sue ague was shown Sunday evening for Y.E. Council meets Oct. 31 P.M, Remember back on standard time Sunday - turn that cloeJt and watch back an hour. That big frost week ago Sund did not cook thoSe volunteer beans. Dahlias are blooming full buds. Windy Tuesday, Wednesday night. Real fol[l Saturday, Sunday and Mo a.m.'s Not so chilly, more rain Monday. Moonlight at 5 am, :i:I Tuesday - then foggy by 8:30. :::. The Home Bureau meets Tue day with Mrs. Robt. Hays - have returned from a visit with daughter in the East in Virginia, FGR SALE R SALE: Copper-Clad cook- Stove, practically new; antique furniture, part of Havilland China set. (80 pieces). Jenny Flora Herrin, 1 miles N.W. of Lanesville. Phone Buffalo 364- dplC FISH puers, and adequate SuPPlies. Guaranteed Inger Canaries. Carl Ireland, ,N. Marion. 10-26P) P011 S/J--: Boy's sports coats, Clark grey and black pin stripe, size 36; black, size .,38; boy's blue suit, size 6; boy s brown suit and overcoat, size 8. Mrs. .qrge Bell, rr, Elkhart. Phone ,tulaski, 792-5739. (V! t SSd.E: Modem 2 bedroom 9me on comer Iot. Shown by Ppointment only. Emerson Phone 792-3913. (10-26P) AI-IL'S USED APPLIANCES . Reirigerators - ml ...................... $79.95 al ...................... 69.95 aal ...................... 59.95 59.95 .............................. 59.95 .......................... 59.95 idaire ............................ 59.95 your Christmas Greetings early. Have samples and catalog from __ _-- which to choose. Also, Birthday, I COME AND ENJOY Get Well, All Occasion, Anni- -  . I FUNNIEST FARMER versary and Baby cards. Gifts --.. .t.. J,9,m, Lw- for men, women and children, I A'l" /s,difqljiL IYlEIII too. Lucy M. McCormick, 307 I E. Cooke St., Mt. Pulaski. t The Logan County Farm Bu- I reau annual meeting this year RADIO South &  REPAIR--DOns ring SL, MounLeni I will be on Saturday, Dec. 2, at the ard, P .if, [Lincoln high school. The meet- Pulaski, Ill. uJ ling will begin in the morning FOIl RENT: Space on South Washington St., suitable for I Office or Sales Room. Heat, light furnished. Inquire Fran Myrick, Phone 25476, Mount 1 Pulaski. (if) [ LINCOLN TREE SERVICE: Fully insured; free estimates. Cad Ingrain, Jr, Lincoln, Ill. Phone 732.8394. (tf) FOR RENT: Country home, 2 mil- es east of cit;. Contact Kenneth Stoll. Phone 792-5672. (tf) IF YOU DRIVE SAFELY you de- Serve LOWER PREMIUMS -- and you get them at Reeves Agency, Latham, IUineis. Phone OR 4-573L (if) Rem - 36" DeLuxe ................ $89.95 FOR RENT: 2 bedroom, modern house in Mount Pulaski. Avail- ............................ 59.95 idaire 40" Gas Range 49.95 Automatic Washers - E. .$89.951 Dryer (pick-up Yourself) .......................... 25.00 - Wringer Washers -" "&Bc (reconditioned) ........ 59.95 l . - Space Heaters - "enmore, 84,000 BTU's, used 1 season 119.95 3-yrs. old, blower .............................. 79.95 75,00 BTU's ...... 79.95 - Water Heaters . :al. G.E. (electric) l -used on soft water ........ 69.95 "liotpoint 52-gal. (electric) 59.95 - T. V.'s - 8 (Different Makes) TAHL BROS. HARDWARE FOR SALE: acres near Pans, Ill. New brick Very modern. Large barn, It. metal machine shed; acres cultivated, 150 timber Price, $225 per acre. down, balance like rent. acres near Moweaqua, Ill. 8 modern house, gas heat, , good barn and This is top quality soil. per acre. $29,000 down. ike rent. river-bottom farm near Mo. i large house, 1 house, fair out.buildings. $200 per acre. $25,000 balance like rent. E. L. ROTHWELL <) Accredited Farm Broker ' lx 211 Phone 792-3225 Mount Pulaski, Ill. (if) SALE: 2 buildirg lots on Cooke St.; al,'2 lots east Fred Gaffney's home, all of na Schmitz estate. Please Mrs. Ruby Meistcr. Ph. (tf) SALE! SALEI ON WIZ- I BATTERIES. $4.00 TRADE- LIMITED TIME. (KEITH) eStern Auto Asso. Store. (tf) able after Nov. 1. Call Earl Phillips, Phone 792-3934. (tf) sWEEPEBS Headquarters for the complete of Hoover, Eureka and Sun- 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 Bissell Products: Shampoo, Carpet Sweepers, Floor Washers, Etc. LINCOLN VACUUM CLEANER SALES & SERVICE Phone 932.8106 IJncol II1. Please Call Harry Foster (if) WORK WANTED: Baby sitting in my home. Washings and iron- ings. Also, restaurant work. Ph. Latham 674-3271. FOR SALE: 1 nice stone veneer: home; 3 bedrooms, living room, kitchen, dLming room, bath and shower. Everett Koeliler, Phone 792-5680. (if) Actor: The onIy ham that can't be cured. and continue through the after. noon. There will be a smorgas- bord type luncheon served. The highlight of the meeting will be a talk by the funniest farmer, Dave Livingston, or Ter- ramycin Dave as many of you knoW him. His talk will be in the afternoon and constitute both the speaker and the entertain- merit. N. Holland-Middletown Students Swim Here The 6th, 7th and 8th grade ban students of the New Hol- land-Midletown schools enjoyed  swimming at the Tomlinson Re. creation Pool the last period on i Saturday afternoon. They came by bus, after they had presented a concert at the Dedication of the Middletown post office at 2 p.m. They are students of Miss Beth Myrick, who also teaches vocal LIME NOW With Our Mineral Fortified Calcium Limestone LOOK WHAT YOU GET! Calcium Carbonate - - Magnesium Carbonate - - CARTER * R CO. saw timbers, metal roofing, material for every pressure treated lumber, Post poles. Chain Saws, $99.50 & up 1;.IIWY66 . LL# S ILLINOIS ot Smjumoa Blw.r 88.93% 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 fine par- ticles to last several years. Each ton contains all the trace elements---Co- bait. Boron. Manganese, Iron. Zinc, Copper. ROCKY FORD LIMESTONE COMPANY LINCOLN, ILL, PHONE 4 ___ CONTACT ----- F,d Hlck, Phone 792.3227 - Dean Werth, uffalo 4-4317 Hinds, Linda McMillan, Carolyn :Smith. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Krwood Patricia Heft of Flora, spent the Our mail carrier's wife Bl-" reft of her father, Albert man. Sympathy to the family. A Hallowe'en Masquerade at the church . for all . Monday, : 7:30 p.m., Oct, 30. Sell it with a Classified Ad. weekend with home folks. i Decatur visit H.A.K. Saturday a.m. 1 I Visitors Saturday and Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau, were ! her sister, Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Provine, son Marshall, 00au00.00ortl SALe ? i Dorothy Fern of near Olney. The two latter are teachers. 11 cA= OR sEE ! Sandra Williams rendered a piano number for S.S. Gloriall G 8 Howe Stogsdill a vocal solo for church, ene Decatur .E. group meets with 1[ AUOEEII _ ! -- our Y.E. Saturday evening - all Co,,,pl AucU  | ::i wiener mast if weather permits,. Ph. 792-5345 . Mr.  t I A picture from Temperance Le.l, PROTECT YOURSELF COSTS, BOOK cattle and dairy FEEDS at HARVEST pdce, at Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain and Bevator Company CK PHOSPHK Soils low in phosphorus are short on yields. Short yields give short profits. Rock phosphate provides an economical way to supply the aeeded phosphorus. Your FS spreader service makes it possible to pread high quality bulk rock phosphate in. .the right amount at the time you want it. 00SOO, Your FS Salesmar00 8 LOGAN COUNTY FARM SERVICE PHONE: LINCOLN 732-3113