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PAGE SEVEN ALL.TIME CAGERS AT mGH January 18, 1951 lu" Harry Wible _ blisher, Times-News Mount Pulaski, Illinois. Dear.Harry: tnLs Will undoubtedy precipi- tea great deal of controversy mongst rabid Mount Pulaski fans but I am submitting my COnception of the greatest bas- ketball nlavers who have adu .  ,; gr o w w a teu from the Mount Pulaski  "-a'gh Schl in the first half cen" sl' Jtoer ury. I have formulated two ' ,141 ...... . AaKI tl  f J=zry w cbz7 bParate groups, the first being e all-time 'q-N", and the sec. Ond an honorable mention group. In neither list does the order of appearance of names bear any gificance. You may see fit to rrect their respective coaches as I have listed them. The All-time 'EN"-- ,. eith Tomlinson--Coach Earl mebe. Cecil McVey---Coach Ken Con- rey and Dertigner. lYron Blout -- Coach George ed n ger. Zimmermann -- Coach Orge Dertinger. Bus Stockton -- Coach Dolph anley. $.. Wayne Staley Jr. -- Coach Zph Stanl00 - uek Downing -- Coach Ken '-o.rey. - #.oe Schroth---Coach Dertinger ncl Stanley _ . _ Ud Manes t:oacn Carrol Wood. Flonorable Mention-- Qene Maneach Earl Beebe ,. Roman Romer -- Coach Earl cbeymond "Ace" Hahn--Cach n Conrey. o.'rlck', Hahn -- Coach Dolph otanley. ,_ _Le K. Buckles -- Coaches ley and Wood. .arrald Staley--,Coach Dolph nley ^_Charles F Wagner -- Coach "rge Dertlnger. VAL at OLEAR'S Quality. 72x10e EETS - $2.99 LIIETS . $3.29 O - yd. 79c hcs, All Linen, lS" WELING. yd. 58c S%,.. ptL ?0xS0 Double 8S - $4.39 . 36 to 44 C)TTON SLIPS $2.15 - $2.00o llttle girls. 1 to 6x) Yom   m1 JEANS Boy1. Wo now have COWBOY BLUE So t ten he wu pp. He h mid-m droops ]htt gmt before Jerry me MmJ,7 Over stacks of wheat eak MeW. m ddut be'U tarry _ _In log cabin syrup lakes "  ]mm came fast for young erry Henry Blackford -- Coaches Conrey and Derringer. Floyd Kinert -- Coach Ken Conrey. Ralph Downing -- Coach Ken Conrey. John Harold Connelly---Coach- es Derringer and Stanley. Charles Anderson -- Coaches Conrey and Derringer. Harold Anderson -- Coach Geo. Derringer. Harry Van Hook---Coach Geo. Dertinger. Franklin Connolley -- Coaches Dertinger and Stanley. There are a couple of boys on the current Mount Pulaski team who undoubtedly Will be added to this club. Their fame has spread all over the state. I hope to see Mount Pulaski play at the Illinois High School State Tourna ment in March. Very truly yours, Gus Stuart. CARD OF TINLS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many good friends for their acts of kindness, and sympathies extended, in our !recent bereavement, the death of our father, Edward W. Rentmeis- QUARTERLY MEETING OF CHESTNUT GROUP The Lutheran Women's Mis- sionary League of the Chestnut Zion church, met in the church basement Thursday afternoon, Jan. 18, and held the quarterly business meeting, with Mrs. Carl Stoll presiding. An acknowledgment and ex- pression of thanks was received from Rev. Tonn for the cash do- nation made by the organization! aiding the Christmas party at the Lincoln State School and Colony, and read to the members. The mite-box collection, which is used to further mission work, amounted to $72.67. Twenty-four members respond- ed to roll call with a Bible verse. The birthday collection for the first quarter was $5.02. Rev. F. W. Hein, pastor, led the devotion and topic discussion. Next quarterly meeting will be held Thursday, April 19. APPRECIATION We wish to express our sincere thanks to all our friends who so kindly remembered us while we were patients at Memorial hos- pital, Springfield, sending cards, letters, flower and gifts, and since our returning home. Mrs. Van Froehlich and Dorla Ran. ter. The Family. Phone us your news items. THOS. A. GUPTON. Sr. (Veteran of World War I CANDIDATE FOR Highway Commissioner MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP Will Appreciate Your Support DEMOCRATIC CAUCUS SATURDAY, FEB. 17, 1951 Between Hours of 12 Noon cmd 4 P. M. MODERN... REVOLUTIONARY SPECIAL OFFER CAMP CJPOOL AND {Me 14 N.     SEPTIC TANK CLEANE| 4me end kelk Ted leeew eliminates nd of nx- Om lb. Can e/ Ceme pensive, nnhealthy m nnd pumping Imd digging Jeptlc Tetk I1 Prim  up of mspooh, ept| Ik I U kinks. 11* pools, I dlNddm eJtlber. Dissohres everything org4m|c i    I,e IIIImmm tree roots. Itesuits in It to t6  CAAIP CMOIL AND SEPTIC TANK CONDITIONER   i...imdtm boctw;o grov .o. db,b,m* ed,m IT'S TRIEDI IT'S TIME TESTED! *lteg. Cemdll I. OIL Item. U.S. Pet. OIL tendne - - $2.69 mzee to 0 J.M. Rothwe]] Lbr. Co. FELLOWS HALL JAN. 27 Central Rebekah Lodge No. 313 will sponsor a Chilli Supper in the Odd Fellows hall, Saturday, Jan. 27. Serving will begin at 5 I p.m. The menu will consist of hot chilli, chicken sandwiches, pie and coffee. Cake Walks and a program will add to the evenings enter- tainment. The public is invited. For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski DR. LOUIS W. LENZ AND DR. HERBERT F. LENZ EYES EXAMINED PHONE 1062 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILL. ,,W e poy b y check at our h$e TRY A CHECKING ACCOUNT HERE The First National Bank MOUNT PULASKi. ILLINOIS