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W i  i CELEBRATED 35th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schahl, residing northwest of Mount Pulaskl, celebrated the occasion with a family gathering at the home of their dau- ghter, Mrs. Glenn Heltan, on North Belmont Street, Sunday after- noon, Dec. 3. --Times.News Photo. GIVE HER THIS CHRISTMAS THRILL! It is not too early to think about that Christmas present for your family, so, may we suggest a COLORED TELEPHONE to match or contrast with your decorating scheme A step-saving extension telephone in the bedroom or the basement would be appreciated. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company PHONE 792-5618 i i ii iii bON SPLAIN TELLS OF CANDIDACY bonald Splain, who is serving Is first term as Logan County IPerintendent of Schools, has in- tted that he will be a candi- tie for the office in the April L primary. It, Splain has served most of s 26 years of teaching i.n the hOols of Logan county, both on le elementary and high-school Vels He holds a Bachelor and aster Degree from the UnJvers- .Y of Illinois+and he resides in 'laCoin. IAVE SOON-- blIVER SLOWER-- LIVE LONGER [ "-....., PROTECTION ured gulrlntee covers Pi|t o$t$ to house, llding or contents tl ould further termHe tlaiage occur. Rural electrics.., only hope for a million "forgotten" Americans! )b4'1". PULASF, I, ILLINOIS T  PETERSBURG, ILLINOIS PHONE 632-2239 +, / _ _ ! .... Nearly a million jet-age Americans still don't one-large and small, near and far! And service have electricity in their homes t to all is a requirement for Rural Electrification These "forgotten" folks still read by lamplight Administration loans. and pump water by hand. But today, they have Today, nearly 1,000 consumer-owned rural renewed hope for better living. Non-profit rural electric systems are bringing the conveniences electric systems are reaching out to bring all the of electricity to more than 17 million people in comforts and conveniences of modern electrical rural America. In many areas, these consumers living to even more folks in out-of-the-way places, are widely scattered and average fewer than one From the beginning, rural electric systems have per mile. Only America's Rural Electric Systems been built and operated by local people who --organized strictly for service on a non-profit could get electric service in no other way. They basis--are committed to reaching out for these tUUENDE I t64 ItUNOUl ua co :  believe in area coverage... "forgotten" people who have yet to share in the t. PUISKI FARMERS  low-cost electricity for every, modernization of America. aN & EWV. co. MENARD ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE