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SCENES SEEN AT HILLTOP BOWL "A Weekly Feature of Times-News" \\;A/IC]G E R5 FOUND RT Put It 011 lib Put It On! PI0w- Down Fertilizer For C0rnW, / ,, . It On This Fall or Winter DON'T NEED TO PAY FOR MIXED.GUARANTEED ANALYSIS NUMB APRIL 1, 1962, or, STRAIGHT MATERIALS UNTIL JAN. 10, 1962. Itave Us Spread If, Or Borrow Our New 4-Ton Trocfor Spreod- trs and Spread If Yourself. QUANTITY DISCOUNTS! . All Mixed . Guaranteed Analysis Fertilizers "A" to 15 Ton $1.00 per ton 15- 20 Ton $2.00 per ton fo 25 Ton $3.00 per ton 25 Ton or More $4.00 per ton .Uours war nZ PAre .nn, Y xsth ton TOTAL TONNAC USED Dun. ' TH PRIOR 12 MONTHS.  EXCEPT FERTILIZER YOU SPREAD WITH OUR LOANED SPREADERS. Our Bins Are Full! COME IN AND SEE US OR CALL ANY TIME During the Day, Phone Office . Latm 674-5721 At Night or Any Time Phone Home- Latham 674.3141 Haskell Phosphate Limestone Co. LATHAM, ILLINOIS DENNISE AND DOUGLAS, year-old twins of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pharis of Phoenix, Arizona. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan and Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pharis, all of Chestnut. Great-grandpar- ents are Mrs. James Cowan, Mt. Pulaski. and Mrs. Albert Reiterman and the late Albert Reiterman of Latham. DEBRA, 9, AND DONNA, 6, are daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Pharis, Phoenix, Ariz. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Owen Pharis and Mr. and Mrs. Farris Cowan, all of Chestnut. Great-grandparents are Mrs. Albert Reiterman and the late Al- bert Reiterman, of Latham, and Mrs. James Cowan, of Mt. Pulaski. INSURANCE Of Every Description Ben W. Ely Insurance Agency Florence Lachenmyer, Agent PHONE SW2-5113 MOUNT PULASSrL ILL. J I. '1 [I 1t % 7 slip through our indifferent fingers and be gone for- M evel'. God has been and iS superbly good to America. Let n us fully realize it, appreciate it sincerely, and we'll have a real Day of Thanksgivm.g. @ are always bad. If the crops are plentifW, they are ten and "we're sure having rotten weather." Let us take off our dirty glasses of discontent and i see what there really is to see, national prosperity i the world, freedoms unequalled, blessings in super abundance. Appreciate what we have while we have tt! It may @@+@@@@@@@@@ APPRECIATION  You eannnot be thankful for any- I . i[ n thing you do not appreciate. And :: their can be no real Thanksgiving U Day among a people that is un- ,...[1..! aware of its undeserved blessings. -U" What are the facts? By and large - we are a nation of complainers. U God never seems to ,do anything that satisfies us. Among us times