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TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, lll.) THURSDAY, NOV. 18,197 l- i HARVEST FOR MAN AL November 9th and and for Mar- of Ken- who is in the 144 acres of Lnd it in bins and also dell- SOme to the Chest- Elevator. faithful neigh- friends helping Stoll, Her- Kenneth Stoll, Willard Opperman, DeWitt, Jr., John John Clark, John Clarence Winkel- and son, Kenneth Harold Schmidt, Stoll, Art Bur- Norbert Schroth, Millxille, Wilbur Hubert Stoll, Oscar Bechtel, Anderson, Mrs. Dittus, Wilford Mr. Buehter. Morthland had Vern&apos;s Care of serve the dinner. Kenneth Sams and Stoll assisted d in pre- and serving the and after- and Mrs. Morth- ost appreciative lp given them. OF THANKS like to express and all the prayers, Cards, flowers and I received during in the hospital returning home. much. Doris Diez. Fred Bohn Service of Cornland has been honored by the Chicago Motor CIub- AAA for a quarter-century of exemplar3' service to the motoring public. Vincent E. Anderson of the Chicago Motor Club's Springfield Branch, present- ed an engraved plaque to Fred Bohn of the service garage recently. Fred Bohn Service has been providing emergency road service and bonded auto repairs for Chicago Motor Club-AAA members since 1946. Anderson praised Fred Bohn Service for an "out- standing record of provid- ing the high quality service we demand for our mem- bers." He added' "Only about one out of every 35 auto service outlets in our Club territory qualifies to be- come an official Chicago Motor Club station. To maintain these high stand- ards for 25 years is truly an outstanding achieve- ment. The Times-News is listed in the telephone directory under it. J. 'ible Printing Co., Inc. - 792-5414. ON THE DOD6E BOYS. lllffCM[ 00HIU[ WITH THE OHLY llillLLl. HN PICRIIP... 72 996[. COme in and see the newest, roomiest pickup in the business! Our.all-new '72 I)dge has a brand-new, independent front suspension, a wider front and rear Ca track, and a longer wheelbase (131 inches)--to give you a great new ride. b doors are two inches wider and open nine degrees farther for easy entry and exit. Shoulder room has been increased by four inches, and a taller cab gi, . : a full 13 inches of seat height for greater leg support. Tough? You bet. After all, toughness is a Dodge tradition, when it ct)mes to building trucks. AIZED DEALERS DICK SHULL MOTOR CO. Cook and Lafayette MS. , Ill. iIEPEI) ON THE DODGE BOY9 [lt[00lllli:! The Narita Ag 4-H Club met Tuesday, Nov. 9th at 7:30 p.m. in the Walnut Grove school. Three lead- ers, one guest, ahmg with 22 members, who answered roll call, were present. Nov. 6th was Achieve- ment Night at Lincoln and quite a few members re- ceived honors. The club re- ceived state recognition for its work in the safety pro- gram. The club plans to participate in the safety and health program again next year. Karen Stoll gave a talk on "Daisy Cows Going to Europe" and demonstra- tions were given by Terry Westen on "How to Tattoo a CaW' and Kim Westen "How to Make a Halter". The next meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Dec. 8 in the Walnut Grove School. It is to be an achievement meeting and the parents are invited. Each family is to bring it's own refresh- ments and drinks of coffee and hot chocolate will be furnished. Darret Clayton moved that the meeting be closed and Randy Barry seconded it. After the meeting, Sheryl Clayton led the club in a guessing game called Ka- hoots and refreshments were served by Terry, Kim, Randy and Kristy Westen. Kim Westen, Reporter The Chicago Motor CIub- AAA reminds drivers that every school child is. a moving traffic sign -- The luxury of a brick wall Can be yours with a fraction of the cost of regular brick. New An- tiqued Standard Z-Brick. available in red and Rsld, can transform "oy' watl into an elegant backdrop You can do t with Derfect results, and ?he tOM will be your secret. Hinca inca, pioneered by Z-Brick, is a new material which is virtually indestruc- tible. Fired in infra- red ovens, irtga iS fireproof. ROTHWELL LUMBER CO. phone 792-3260 mr. pulaski III. ii I : <i :i i : i i    i; :i!i I ;i L / ! i )