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(Mount ilL) THURSDAY, IANUARY 19, 1961 Logan Farm Service Co. 93iLh'HAA... h.---- Motor Service Turner HTybrids 77 Let's Go Robb's Rothwell Lumber Co. 68 Dean's Sundries 64 Faultless Feeds 58 Hahn Oil Service 57 Hi team series: Turner Motor Service: 2492. Hi ind. series: J. McCain, 548. High game: J. McCain, 218. STRIEETTES LEAGUE (FrL, Jan. 13) W L Eileen's Beauty Shop 35 19 Wilham Construction 32 21% First Nat'l. Bank 31 23 ML Pulaski Grain 28 26 Downing Insurance 27 27 Western Auto 26% 27 Farmer's Elevator 24% 29% Stahl Bros. 23 31 Kennedy's Market 21% 32% Gerdes Trucking 21 33 Bowling ! SCRATCH LEAGUE Vmn00l00 zz) 238.86 237.44 23230 228.14 Sanders 228.10 226.74 225.70 220.34 Raker 21990 208.46 Drake 197.06 190.40 game: Bill Kirkman, 213. 4.game series: Bill Kirk- 750. CiJRCH LEAGUE (Jan. 12) Lutheran Christian 1 Christian 1 Christian 1 Christian 2 PuL Christian 2 Christian 2 Workers High game: K. McCain 202. High series: K. McCain, 513. High team: Eileen's, 2170. m W L TOPETTE LEAGUE 33 18 (Wed., Jan, 18) 32 19 W L 31 20 Everett Koehler 41 16 31 20 Copeland & Hild 41 16 29 22 Fire Department 39% 17% 28 23 Moore Insurance 30 27 21 29 Horn's Standard 28 29 19 32 Stoll Coal & Gas 26 31 15% 35% Dick's Place 25 32 15 36 Huston & Paolone 20% 36% series: Cornland #1--2300. game: Mt. Pulaski an #1--8;2. series: Merle Lucas, 575. game: Merle Lucas, 225. IULLTOP LEAGUE (Wed, Jan. 18) A. Standard Service Farm Service Bros. Bowl Soft Water i Oil Co.  Pulaski Fr. Gr. & Elev. Ford game: R. Froschauer series: G. Manes, 570. game: Logan Farm 937. series: Logan Farm 2639. Wilham Construction 20 37 Hathorn's Variety 14 43 High team: Fire Dept. 2145. High series: C. Hayes, 516. High game: D. Diez, 194. HOBLIT SEED PLANT DESTROYED BY FIRE; i LOAFERS LEAGUE (Moss., Jam. 16) $200,000.00 LOSS 84 82 Fire believed to have started 80 from a seed corn drier, destroyed 79 the Hoblit Seed Processing Plant 73 two miles south of Atlanta late! 69 Sunday afternoon, Jan. 8. The loss I 57 has been estimated in excesss of I 50 $200,000, but was mostly covered 47 by insurance. ] 44 Five fire companies answered 224. the call; but could do little to save the large wooden building Ser- which burned to the ground. The building was "L" shaped, 3 stor- Ser. ies high and covered 9,200 square feet of space. The fire started in the north end of the building and rapidly ate its way thru the building. By Ed Creager The Spartans of Lakeview de- feated the Hilltoppers at the: Lakeview gym on Friday night, by a score of 67-54. Despite the lop-sided score, the locals were in the game until the final 3 min- utes as it took a Spartan rally to put it out. In the first quarter the Pulas- kians took the lead 6-3 on con- secutive buckets by Anderson and Leonard. This lead was a short- lived one as Lakeview came back to take an 18-14 first quarter lead. The local battled the Decatur- ires on even terms throughout the second frame and remained within 4 points at halftime. As the third quarter opened with the locals behind 36-32, Pul- aski began to connect. With 4:00 left in the quarter Romer gave the Hilltoppers a 39-38 lead with his charity toss. Once again the Lakeview team fought back, but as the quarter ended Pulaski was within 2 points of Lakeview. Anderson's bucket opened the final stanza and gave the Hill- toppers a 50-50 tie with the Spartans. For the next 5 minutes the locals played Lakeview on even terms. Then, with only 3 minutes left in the game, Lake- view just couldn't miss and the final score shows this as the scoreboard read 67-54, Lakeview. Miller, of Lakeview, had 24 points to take scoring honors for the night. His teammate Dear- dorff had 19 points. Anderson was highpoint man for Pulaski with 15 tallies, with Drake right be- hind with 14 points. In the preliminary game, Lake- view defeated the Junior Hilltop- pers, 49.44. Ray Hanslow and Bill McCormick shared scoring honors W L Place 37 20 "/niversity of Illinois agricul- Grain 32 25 32 25 tural engineers plan to carry feed Oil Co. 30 27 automation to the limit this win. Elevator 28 29 ter at their new completely auto- 27 30 matic beef feeding installation. Tool Co. 26 31 Main purpose behind the setup 25 32 is to fit components from many Feeds 25 32 different manufacturers into a 1 23 24 single working unit. Dick Travis, 220. series: Loren Meister, 563. team: Dick's Place, 2416. MEN'S LEAGUE (Mo 1,11,- 16) #2 Products Construction Co. with 11 points each. Lalmview Fg Ft Tp Deardorff 6 7 19 Miller 7 10 24 Giles 2 0 2 Hall 2 4 8 Cmil 5 2 12 Harner 0 0 0 Grain Co. Co. Pta 108 101 96 94 91 91 88 77 7O 64 Implement team: Bo.Jac, 2627 game: Bo.Jac, 899. mrles: J. Jackson, 579. K. Wilham, 220. TOP]PEWS LEAGUE (Tm la 17) W L 40 .20 37 23 Pt. and Dec. 31 29 31 29 Market 30% 29% Fire Dept. 27 33 & Gas Co. 28% 31% 26 34 Sons 26 34 Timers 23 37 series: Zim's, 2446. high: O. Diez, 235. series: G. Fuiten, 559. JPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (rrL,/an, 15) Pulaski Grain Co. 90 Bullsitters 81 Totals 22 23 67 Mt` Pulaski Fg Ft Tp Anderson 7 1 15 Leonard 2 1 5 : Scheuler 3 5 11 Drake 5 4 14 Romer 2 3 7 Schmidt 1 0 2 Totals 20 14 54 Hilltoppers Play In One-Day Tourney The Hilltoppers will go into their second tourney of the cur- rent season on Saturday, Jan. 21, when they face Paxton in the opening game at 1:30 p.m. in the Gibson City gym. Sell it with a Classified Ad. You Befl'er Let Us Look into that motor if it isn't "perking" the way you'd like it to. A time- ly checkup now may save you many dollars later. Winter is still with us so why not insure "mo- tor.free" car operation. HOLMES GARAGE Mount PukmkL Illinois Gibson City plays Fairbury in ! Admission is: students 50c and I the second game of the after-[adults 75c. noon at 3:00. The consolation] game will be played at 7 that Conference: A big business same evening with the champion- | ship game at 8:30. i term for swapping stories in somebody's private office. ! Custom Seed Cleaning SW 2-5743 Chestervale Elevator Check With Us, FOR V. Belts V'Pulleys Power Saws Electric Drills Electric Motors -- ALSO FOR -- Aluminum Scoop Shovels Spades. Rakes. 3-4-S-Tine Forks Wire Sfrefchers Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator HARDWARE STORE MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS CLOSING-OUT SALE Located 5 miles West. V2 mile South of Mt. Pulaski; 4 miles N.W. of Lake Fori 4 miles East. 1 mile South. mile back West, mile back South of Elkhart. on TUESDAY, JANUARY 24, 1961 STARTING AT 11:00 A.M. MACHINERY 1952 IHC Super M with water in tires; 1948 IHC M Big Sleeves and Pistons, M-W overdrive; 3 sets of IHC wheel weights, 2 double i action hyd. Cyl.; 1938 G JD; Model 400 JD 4-row cultivator; IHC 221 2-row cultivator; 2 ME IHC picker with grease banks; 1953 Model 66 AC Combine; 1955 3-14 IHC plow with Yetter Coulters and Super Chief bottoms; 3-14 IHC plow; 3-14 Case plow, all on rubber; 10' Eze Flow fertilizer spreader; IHC manure scoop; IHC 200 manure spreader on rubber; 4-section harrow; Bradley stalk chopper; 2 sec. !harrow; 10' JD disc; 8' IHC disc; 7 mw Safeway tractor sprayer; 440 IHC 4,row planter; JD 13 runner drill with fertilizer attachment; 1 Foley & Lavish flared bed wagon on rubber; 1 wooden flared bed wagon on rubber; Bradley 10" Hammermill; hammermill belt; fanning mill; two 12x6 hog houses; 10x6 milk house; 14 cow stanchions; 1 hog bunk; 1 feed bunk; one 8-bu. hog feeder; 1 supplement feeder; 2 water tanks with hog waterers; 1 round wooden water tank; 300-gal. water tank on wheels; PTO clover seeder; 2 wheel machine trailer; 2 wheel trailer with 6' bed; IHC corn shell- er (small) 10 hole metal chicken nest; Int. electric fencer; 50 steel posts; electric fence wire and equipment and other articles too num- erous to mention. LIVESTOCK 45 head hogs; 30 head 60-lb. shoats (Castrated); 15 bred gilts, bred to Hampshire boar to farrow by sale day or sooner. 9 Head Cattle - 4 cows; one 6 yr. old Holstein; 3 black white face cows 4-yrs. old; 4 calves about 4o0-1bs; 1 steer calf 550-1bs. At the stone time and place LeRoy Michel will sell 6" MH Clipper Combine. in good shape. 1950 DODGE TRUCK - I / Ton SWB with hyd. hoist. Knapheide bed and stock rack. TERMS -- CASH Not Responsible in Case of Accidents Ltmch served by Ladies Aid of Zima Luthmml Church. Mt. Pulaski ELMER HENRICHSMEYER, Owner AUCTIONEERS---GENE B. HOWE & CHAN FULLER CLERK--JOE LUCAS CASHIER--FIRST NATIONAL BANK ii,i! ii