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THE MOUNT PULASXI TIMES. NEWS, MOUNT PULAS ILIdOIS THURSDAY, JANUARY 18, Pulaski Wins, Loses-- (Continued from page I) The reserves lost 42-25. Springfield B Hoon, f ................................ 2 Mills f .................................. 1 Henderson c ...................... 4 Casper g .............................. 6 Sehofield g .......................... 5 Cummings g ........................ 0 Totals 18 Mount ulaski B Dittus f ................................ 2 Veec f ................................ 2 Hahn c .................................. 2 Armstrong g .... :- .................. 0 Mason g .............................. 4 Ey g ...................................... 3 Richner g ............................ 0 Totals 13 F 0 2 7 3 6 2 T 4 4 15 15 16 2 20 56 F T 3 7 5 2 2 1 9 0 6 2 2 15 41 Defeated Pana 39-36 Pulaski high won their 13th game of the season, Friday night from Pana in a nip and tuck : battle, 39-36, on the Pana floor. Pulaski's attack was noticeably weak and they were lucky to eke out a three-point win. Mount Pulaski B F T Dittus f ................................ 5 1 11 : Veeeh ,f ................................ 2 3 7 Eyf ........................................ o o o Hahn c .................................. 2 8 12 Richner g ............................ 0 2 2 Armstrong g ........................ 0 2 2 Mason g .............................. 1 3 5 Totals I0 19 39 Prom B F T Goetig f ............................ 3 4 10 Pfua f ........... 2 1 5 Siegert c .............................. 0 0 0 Spinner g ........................... 1 1 3 Overlot g ............................ 4 1 9 Longwell g .......................... 2 1 5 Holland g ............................ 1 2 4 Totals 13 10 36 MRS. GEORGIA VAN SWEARINGEN DIED Mrs. Georgia Van Swearingen, East Jefferson street in Springfield, Ill.', died at 7 p.m. Thursday, Jan. 11, 1951, at the Memorial hospital in that city, aged 48 years. She is survived by her husband one daughter, Mrs. Irene Landrey, Springfield; one nephew and two nieces. Her husband is employed in the Liesman barber shop in Mt. Pulaski. Funeral services were held in the Bisch Memorial home at 1 ! p.m. Monday, Jan. 15, conducted by Rev. Donald 1. Finley. Burial was in the Oak Ridge cemetery :. in Springfield. Mr. and Mrs. Van Sweringen maintained their home in Spring- field, although he worked in Mount Pulaski. SPECIALS Friday and Saturday ARD - 16c PEANr 12.oz. Peter Pan BUTTER - 29c K A R O 5.lb. tin YRUP - 46c ULMER'S CASH MARKET MOUNT PULASKI !: NATURALLY -' BETTER q ]PULASKI LIGHTS NOW JLEAD COUNTY wrrH HEAVIES IN LEAD-TIE Joe Schroth's grade school cag- ers continue to set the pace for !the county and are now leading i the lightweight division by vir- !tue of their win over Atlanta who was undefeated until Satur- day night. Pulaski cagers won a hard fought game, 21-19. Chestnut Here Friday The fleaweights won their game from Atlanta 27 to 5. Joe Armstrong's Chestnuts fleas and lights come to town Friday night of this week for two games at the high school. Their lights are in third place and they have one of the toughest teams to beat Ln the county. Fans will enjoy this game as well as the flea- weights, at 7 and 8 o'clock. The heavies also are tied for first place in the heavyweight division. Pulaski Lights B F T Turley f ................................ 3 1 7 O'Brien f .............................. 1 3 5 Kuhns c ................................ 1 2 4 Depoister c .......................... 0 0 0 Riedle g ................................ 0 2 2 Rentmeister g .................... 1 1 3 Totals 6 9 21 Atlanta Lights B F T Warrick f ............................. 2 4 Brandt f .............................. 2 1 5 Shay c .................................. 1 0 2 Leesman g .......................... 1 0 2 i Young g ................................ 1 4 6 Totals 6 7 19 BOY SCOWrS AND WASTE PAPER COLLECTIONS The Mount Pulaski Boy Scouts wish to thank the people of the city and vicinity for making the recent paper drive such a suc- cess. The Scouts have a new plan that will please a great many folks. They will now keep. your waste paper and old magazines picked-up at any time you wish. Just phone Julian Sams, No. 317, Herschel Hayden, No. 185, or con- tact Robert Copeland Jr. or Tom Romer. HISTORICAL-- (Continued from page I) of the present county courthouse in Lincoln was only $205,000, furnished. Jimmy Hickey of Elkhart, an aid. Lincoln fan, was called on for a report of the state conven- tion held at Mt. Vernon. Presi- dent Raymond Dooley of Lin- coln College, extended an invita- tion to attend the reenactmen of the assassination of President Lincoln in the college auditorium on February 13. Officers of the association are: D. F. Nichols, president; E. H. Lukenbill, vice-president; Minnie DeHass, secretary; G. A. Voile, treasurer. ODD FELLOWS LODGE INSTALLED OFFICERS Meeting in their hall on Tues- day evening, Jan. 9, the Mount Pulaski Odd Fellows lodge in- stalled the newly elected officers for 1951, as follows:- Noble Grand: Walter Hagen- buch, Jr. Vice Grand: Charles F. Wagner Secretary and Treasurer: Os- car Mayer. Financial Secretary: James H. Shrader. R. S. Noble Grand: Arie Deibert L. S. Noble Grand: Earl Kinert. Warden: Dean Scott. Conductor: J. A. Veech. Right Scene Supporter: M. J. Sharer. Left Scene Supporter: Horace B. Curry. Outside Guard: Floyd Bobell. Inside Guard: John Bender. R. S. Vice Grand: Russell Rock- well. L. S. Vice Grand: Noble Ush- erwood. Chaplain: Herbert Holz. Samuel Earles acted as install- ing officer, assisted by the fol- lowing: Elmer Hayes, Grand Marshal; Floyd Bobell, Grand Guardian Earl Kinert, Grand Secretary; Herbert Holz, Grand Treasurer; and Noble Usherwood, Grand Chaplain. A man is just as big as the thing that makes him angry. For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski i Clearing up year-end bills2 Our LOAN SERVICE may be helpful. Often a low-cost loan is the logical way to consolidate all these bothersome bills into one obligation you can pay off sys- tematically. One payment a month instead of many smaller ones. v Come in. See how convenient it is to arrange sound loans. ' The First National Bank tdOUNT PKI, ILLINOIS WSCS MET IN CBSTNrr RSDAT, ]ANUY IHh The Woman's Society of Christ- ian Service, Chestnut Methodist church, met on Thursday, Jan. 11 at the hqme of Mrs Ruth Myrick. Mrs. Albert Bohn and Mrs. Fred Stogdell were assistants. A pot- luck dinner was enjoyed at noon by 21 members and one guest. The program on "Our Respons- ibility Toward the Giver of All Gifts," was in charge of Mrs. Albert Lakin. The questions from the "Methodist Woman" were cleverly concealed in bal- loons, which each one had to break to get their question. A Mother and Daughter Ban- quet is being planned for early in February. The next meeting will be held ! Thursday, Feb. 1, at the home of ] Mrs. Albert Lakin. s ON D CELEBRATED 88th BIRTHDAY ANNIVERSARY SUNDAY Mrs. James T. Ryan, formerly of Olney, who came to Mount Pulaski in the early 1880's, ob- served her 88th birthday Sunday, Jan. 14. She has been a continu- ous resident of this city. A chicken dinner was served in her home on North Marion street, Sunday, honoring the event. Those present included her son, Charles, of Granite City; her daughter, Mrs. Fayetta Ross and sons, Paul, wife and child- ren; Donald Ross and wife, all Lincoln. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTION Phone 46 Mount Pulaski, IlL "ANNOUNCEMENT" ALBERT J. ST. PIERRE D. C. 157 SPECIFIC CHIROPRACTOR Nerve Scope - X-Ray's Spino9Taphy Analysis 120 WASHINGTON ST. TEL. MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. --: OFFICE HOURS :-- 9 - 12 A.M. 2 - 5 P.M. Monday through Saturday 7 . 9 P.M. Wednead/and Frtdcry Nights IT IS N&T TRUE TO SAY-- "'WE DID EVERYTHING POSSIBLE" UNLESS CHIROPRACTIC WAS INCLUDED Last w tained a rs. Ken'. Cago on Seeing t radio pr, followin Perlence, _.Specia: rimes. 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