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Let's Go Bowling ! CHURCH LEAGUE (Thuns., Dec. 29) W Lutheran 30 Christian 1 28 Lutheran 27 Pal. Christian 1 27 Christian 1 27 24 Christian 2 19 Christian 2 16 Christian 2 14 Workers 13 SCRATCH LEAGUE (Dec. 29, ]960) Mllner Horn ) Sanders L 15 17 18 18 18 21 24 29 31 32 206.82 203.42 197.38 195.60 195.58 195.16 194.68 191.60 185.44 180.32 169.66 167.26 McCubbin Drake Schahl Harry Milner, 255. Harry Milner, 800. STRIKETTES LEAGUE , (FrL, Dec. 30) W L Beauty Shop 32 16 National Bank 29 19 Construction 26% 21 26 22 Auto 24 23 Elevator 22 25 Insurance 22 26 Market 20 27 Bros. 19 29 Trucking 18 30 game: K. McCain 204. K. McCain, 542. : Wilham Const., 2247 MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon,, Jan. 2) Pts. No. 2 102 Construction 94 89 Insurance 86 Elevator 84 Fork Grain cO. 75 75 Lumber Co. 71 [ Implement 60 60 team, Farmers Elevator, Woodrum 520 game: Carl Stahl 215. LEAGUE Jan. 3) W L '  35 15 Holmes 33 21 nting & Dec. 29 25 27 27 Fire 27 27 Gas Co. 26 28 Super Market 25 29 23 31 Timers 23 31 & Sons 22 32 Times-News, 2383. series: G. Smith, 582. gme: G. Smith, 221. L Place 33 18 Oil 29 22 Grain Co. 28 23 Elevator 27 24 27 24 Tool Co. 25 26 Jewelry 24 27 Gold 21  30 Feeds 21 30 Fire Dept. 1 20 31 game: Loren Meister, 213. series: John McCain, 537. team: Chestnut Farmers Co., 2.499. LEAGUE (Wed., Jan. 4) Standard Service Farm Service Bowl Soft Water Oil Frm. Gr. & Elev. Ford A. Wiggers, 235. Pts. 75 72 70 70 68 59 53 45 43 40 High series: A. Wiggers, 579. Team high: Logan Farm Serv- ice, 2,589. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Dec. 30) Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 82 Brown's Bullsitters 77 Logan Farm Service*Co. 72 Bo-Jac Hybrids 66 Turner Motor Service 65 Robb's 'IV 64 Rothwell Lumber Co. 63 Dean's Sundries 52 Hahn Oil Service 51 Faultless Feeds 50 h game: J. Woodrum, 586etao High ind. series: J. Woodrum, 586. High game: J. Woodrum, 227. High team: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 2,484. LOSE TO LINCOLN-- (Continued from page I) total of 10 points. Tom Zurkham- mer was high point man for the Railers, with 15 points. Lincoln also won the prelirn. inary game from the Junior Hill- toppers, 53-46. Keith "Twirp" Wil- ham tossed in 15 points while "Bird" Handlin came through with 10 points. Hilltoppeprs Gg Ft Tp Scheuler 5 0 10 Walcott 0 1 1 Gillum 0 1 1 Romer 7 5 19 Drake 1 3 5 Anderson 2 5 9 Leonard 0 4 4 Schmidt 1 0 2 Totals 16 19 51 Rallsplitters Fg Ft Tp Zurkhammemr 6 3 15 Lach 5 1 11 Meyer 1 3 5 Kurtz 3 2 8 Ressitor 1 0 2 Fults 1 0 2 Hammons 3 3 9 Totals 20 12 52 Warrensburg.Latham High School BASKETBALL SCHEDULE ]960. ]961 Jan. 6---MacArthur, there Jan. 10---Mt. Zion, here Jan. 13---Niantic-Harristown, there Jan. 31--Lakeview, here Feb. 1---St. Teresa, here Feb. 4---Maroa, there Feb. 7--Macon, there Feb. 10---Eisenhower, here Feb. 17Argenta, there Feb. 21--Atlanta, here Feb. 24---Mt. Pulaski, them CHURCHES FIRST METHODIST CHURCH John E. Muir, Pastor Sunday, Jam 8th: 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. We have classes for every- one. Bring the whole fam- ily! 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship This Sunday we will serve the first Communion of the new year. Our Com- munion is open to every- one and we invite you to come worship with us. Sermon by Rev. Muir: "You Can Grow In Faith". Anthem by the Chancel Choir "Communion Hymn" Wednesday, Jan. llth: The Chancel Choir will meet at the church for rehearsal at 7:00 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 12th: The Youth Choir will meet for rehearsal immediately after school. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2-5966 Fri., 7:30 p.m. LCLC Sat., 9-11:15 a.m. Saturday School. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. 10 a.m. Worship Service Is. 60, 1-6, "Our Epiphany Concern. 2 p.m. Annual Congregational Meeting. 7 - 9 p.m. 'Lutheran Bible Insti- tute at Lincoln. Mon. Circuit Pastoral Conference at Zion in Lincoln. Tues., 1:30 p.m. Sale Committee 3 p.m. Reception Committee. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "Religion For Sale" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "God's Opinion of Man" LOCAL NEWS Thomas Sather of Great Lakes, NATC, and Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Sather, students at Western Ill- inois University, visited with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Herloph Sather for the Christmas and New Year's holidays. A Christmas din- ner was served to the family and guests, Mr. and Mrs. Allen De- Muth and children, BIaize and Alana. Ronald Sather and wife, Nancy returned to Macomb "New Year's Day and Thomas left for his base on January 3. Stop in and see Bert Fraim, Yr. at Standard Service Station, Rte. 121. Hours: 6:30 am. to ]O:00 p.m. It Will Pay You To Pay Us To give your car a Mid-Winter Checkup and further assure you of first-rate performance from your car the rest of the winter season. DRIVE IN NOW WHILE WEATHER IS FAVORABLE HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, Ill. Asmounuts The Deacons of the church will meet on Sunday night, Jan. 8, at 6:30, for the organizational meet- rag. The Teachers and Officers of the Bible School will meet on Monday night, Jan. 9, at 8:00. 'he Church Board will meet on Tuesday night, Jan. 10 at 8:00 o'clock for their first meeting of !the new year. All newly elected officers and all hold-over officers are urged to be present. Prayer Meeting service on Wed- nesday night at 7:30 p.m. No choir practice until further notice. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. Kirchner, Ph. PY6-591] Sun., 9:30 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a:m.--Bible School ' 10:30 aan.--Chureh Sea, vices 7:15 pan. ndeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services LATHKM BAFfle" CHURCH  nltn Loul F.. Knt, lmt 10:30 axn. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship TI METHODIST CH Chtnut Boy. RoT W. Truehloo Pcmtor Sunday School ............. 9:30 Worship Service .......... ,10:30 AM, A cordial invitation to all! St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Re. Edward M. Krewer. Pastor Mass on Sunday, Jan. 8, will be held at 8 axn. St. JOHq'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Z Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Holy Communion 10:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. DR. LOUIS W. LENZ Ill Ill Glasses Iesca'ibed. C o. Lenses- Ill " n Ho m00OADWAT 111 w _ !ekles, CLOSIN6-0UT SALE i I will hold a closing out sale at my farm ooe-fourth mile south of Elkhart, on the Mount Pulaski blacktop, on SATURDAY, JANUARY 7, 1961 STARTING AT 1]:00 A. RL FARM MACHINERY 1957 Massey-Harris 60 Combine, perfect condition 1949 IHC M, big sleeves & pistons new paint 1949 LA Case, good shape, new paint 1942 DC Case, runs good, new rubber 50-ft. Kewanee corn dump with Stan hoist 3 Flared Wagons, on rubber i 7-ft. IHC Mower 1 J.D. 14 Runner Drill with grass seeder 1 IHC 4-row Corn Planter, fertilizer attachment 1 IHC 4-14" Plow, with Yetter cutters, on rubber 1 IHC 3-14" No. 8 Plow, like new, on rubber 1 IHC 4-row Cultivator 1 IHC 2-row Cultivator 1 Case 2-row Cultivator 1 IHC Manure Spreader 1955 2M IHC Corn Picker, good 2 4-section Harrows 1 3-section Harrow 1 2-section Flexible Harrow 3 IHC pull-type Discs 1. Field Cultivator, on rubber TRUCKS & CARS--1959 Dodge Station Wagon. all pow. er; 1950 F-6 Ford Truck, bed & hoist, 2-speed axle; 1939 Chevrolet Pickup, runs; 1952 Packard Auto, runs. MISCELLANEOUS ARTICLES 2 300-gal. Gas Tanks, and Stands 1 Dome.type Hog House, 16x16 1 5-Sow Farrowing House, on skids 2 Single Sow Houses I New Pride of the Farm Gas Hog Waterer 5 Hog Feeders 2 Feed Bunks 1 Pig Creep Feeder 5 Tank Heaters 5 Good Water Tanks, 3 with hog Waterers 2 Electric Fences Weed Choppers 40 Treated Posts, lots of Steel and Electric Posts Barbed Wire, Woven Wire, Gates Heat Bulbs, Shop Tools, Other items too numerous to mention A FEW HOUSEHOLD GOODS 300 Bushels of CLINTLAND OATS; I00 Balm of Hay .- no rain: 60 Bales of Bright Wheat Straw TERMS OF SALE: Cash before removing property NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ACCIDENTS SHOULD ANT OCCUR LUNCH SERVED BY MEMBERS OF ST. PATRICK'S CATHOLIC CHURCH OF ELKHART DWAYNE KNOLLENSER6, AUCTIONEERS: Gaule & ICuol. CLERK: CASm.. lVlo P, arbum