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Paaz 00vzcvz Rer00i00eister Se00ces--- (Continued from page 1) "The Lord's Prayer" and "Now The Laborer's Task Is O'er" were sung by Paul R. Moore, with piano accompaniment by Mrs. !HILLTOPPERS WIN-- Lights 38, Niantic 31; Pulaski (Continued from page 1) Heavies 40, Niantic 26. Pulcmki Fleas B F T Deibert f .............................. 3 2 8 Mount Pulaski B F T Manes f ................................ 0 0 0 Dittus f .............................. 12 2 26 Romer f ................................ 0 0 0 Veech f ................................ 2 1 5 Stoll c .................................... 0 0 0 ! gone, Alfred, Edward, Edwin Lorraine. Mount Pulaski: Ray and vin Hassebrock. During the evening cake, and ice cream were served. J. H. Stuart. Hahn c ....................... : .......... 6 Burial was in the Mount Pu- Armstrong g ........................ 4 laski cemetery. Pallbearers were i Mason g .............................. 2 George Meister, Elmer Laughery, Richner f .............................. 0 William Wubben, Oscar Beaver, Raymond Hahn and John Biese- meier. BELOIT COLLEGE DEFEATED MONMOUTH, 98 to 7O In Monmouth last Friday night Jan. 19th, the Beloit College bas- ketball team from Beloit, Wis., defeated the Monmouth squad by a score of 98 to 70, in a Midwest conference game. It was Beloit's fourth loop victory against no J Totals 26 Champaign B B. McKinney f .................... 2 Miller f ................................ 1 "Brooks c ................................ 3 O. McKinney g .................... 2 Lesch g ................................ 5 Dodds f ................................ 1 Bandy c ................................ 4 Kellersach f .......................... 1 6 18 Froschauer g ...................... 0 6 14 Milner g ................................ 4 0 4 Ruwe f ................................ 1 2 2 Totals 8 6 22 17 69 Chestnut Fleas B F T F T Kretzinger f ........................ 0 0 0 0 4 McKinley f ........................ 1 5 7 0 2 Gardner c ............................ 1 3 5 1 7 Hein g .................................. 0 1 1 1 5 Richner g ............................ 1 1 3 4 14 Myers g ................................ 0 1 1 1 3 1 9 1 3 defeat _ Totals 19 The Beloit team is coached by Dolph Stanley, who is a former I GpD E TEAMS ARE coach of Mount Pulaski high. He went from this city to Taylorville PILING UP VICTORIES before accepting the Beloit posi- tion. Bontemp, the Beloit ace, is a Taylorville boy. He is nephew of Mrs. Wilhelm G. Kautz of Mt. Pulaski. He led his teammates in the Friday night game with a total of 32 points. PETIT IURY NAMED FOR JANUARY TERM A petit jury panel for the January term of the Logan coun- ty circuit court was drawn at the court house in Lincoln on Jan. 16, and Judge Frank S. Bevan ordered its members to report on Tuesday, Feb. 13, for trial duty. The following have been named: - Mount Pulaski: Frances Ed- wards, Henry Delbert Bobell, L. K. Buckles, Do[lie L. Curtis. Elkhart: Russell T. Miller. Beason: Vernadine Fox, Albin $. Eaton, John S. Irwin. 8 47 Jos Schroth's grade teams con- tinue to roll merrily along and his lights are now leading the county league with the heavies in a tie for first place. Two tough games were played here Friday night when Joe Arm. strong's fast-stepping graders played the locals two of their toughest games of the season. The locals were hardpushed to Boy Scouts Mark 41st Anniversary' Totals 3 11 17 Pulaski Lights B F T Turley f ................................ 0 4 4 O'Brien f ................................ 3 3 9 Cyrulik f .............................. 0 0 0 Kuhns c ................................ 2 0 4 Riedle g .............................. 2 2 6 Rentmeister g .................... 0 0 0 Totals 7 9 23 Chestnut Lights B F T Williams f ............................ 0 1 1 Buehler f ............................ 1 0 2 Bateman f .......................... 1 1 3 Ollis c .................................. 1 0 2 Koenig g .............................. 1 3 5 Lakin g ................................ 2 0 4 Totals 6 5 17 win both the light and flea gam- es, each by the identical scores of 23 to 17. They defeated Atlanta CHESTER FARMER IS lights in a close game last week CITED IN CAPPER place, to give them undisputed first FARM PUBLICATION Monday night they defeted Howard Riggs, Chester town- Middletown here, in two games, ship farmer, who recently put- The lights won 30.20, and the chased the Frank Seller farm a- heavies 49-25. Last night they long the Illinois Central railroad won three games from a big north of Mount Pulaski, is among Niantic cage outfits. Pulaski a group of Midwest farmers cited Fleas 26, Niantic 11; Pulaski in the February issue of Capper's Farmer, Topeka, Kas., for experi- ence in drying soybeans in the field with chemicals so the crop can be combined early. "Harvest drying, or, artificial frost, got lots of attention in the soybean belt last fall," says a story in the nationally circulated farm magazine. "By September many fields were well hidden by weeds. Riggs got the result he wanted with a 2-gallon an acre plane application of entachloro- phenol, the chemical that pre. serves wood and fence posts. "His field was clean and, in spite of rainy weather after the spraying, his beans ripened fast enough to be combined in time to prepare the ground for winter wheat. "Advantage of the spraying is 3 3 that there is less shattering, 1 9 more bushels are saved, and 0 2 perhaps a higher price received on the early market." A city child was visiting the country for the first time. One day he wandered into a black- smith shop. Within a minute he was out again: "Mother," he shouted, "I've just seen a man making horses. Come quickly. He hasn't finished yetnhe's Just nailing on its back feet!" SURPmSE GIVEN ON JOHN HASSEBROCK A surprise party was given on Wednesday, Jan.. 17, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Hassebrock, Sr., east of the city, honoring the birthday of Mr. Hassebrock. The following relatives and friends l were present:. Beason: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Ruwe and children, Alan and Carol, Mrs. Charles Roos and dau. ghter, Janet_ Chestnut: Harold Hassebrock, son Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Stoll and children, J. Eldon and COUNTY GRADERS HOLD TOURNEY The county lightweight tourney will be held at the Fellows gym in Lincoln Tuesday night with eight entered. Tuesday Night----6:4S Game In I. O. O. F.vs dale. Game 2--St. Patrick New Holland. Game vs Emden. Wedmmd Nlght---6-4S Game 4---Hartsburg vs well. Game 5---Atlanta vs dletown. Game 6nWinner Game 1 vs Chestnut. Thursday Night----6:45 Game 7bWlnner of Game vs Beason. Game 8nWinner Game 3 vs Mount Pulaski. 9nWinners of Games 4 and 5. Friday Night7:00 Game 10--Wlnners of 7 and 8. Game 11nWinners Games 6 and 9. S Night---7:30 Game 12--Consol, of Games 10 and 11. Game Winners of Games 10 and 11 ChampionsPUp. Committee in charge Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Benjamin ment is Joe Armstrong, Eldon Schroth. Bickers, George Fletcher. Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. John i Admission is 25c for Hassebrock Jr., and children, Eu- 50c for adults. ._00From where I sit... Joc Marsh Right Under Our Nose! Sometime back. we got word from the Governor, asking ff we wanted to use the State Fire In- spection Teamma group of experts they send around to communities to inspect public buildings. We sent letter saying: "Okay 1 Give us the once-over !" They came down, all right--lut week. - After the inspection, we got their report. Came out pretty well, all told. Town Hall and the School were O.K. Post Oltice Just needed more sendboekets. In fact, every- thing got a clean bill of health, ex- cept-the Fire Stetionl From where I sit, we volunteer firemen had just been too blamed busy keeping cv'yons e/se on the hall---and not realing our own firehouse was not up to snuff. Like the man who worries so much about his neighbors--about whether they work hard enough, about whether they can rlly af- ford their new car, about their en- Joying a temperate glass of beer that he forgets to take a good crit- ical look at himself now and then. =,, ,, ColiSht, 1951, United States Brewers Foundation Omial Imste: nmzId tim Ltst Mhy. : ._ President  will Steer 12 outstanding Boy Scouts in the _ . Boy Scout Week will be observed Feb. 6 to 12 At qdrthdey partie During Boy Scout Week mere- Scout Week throughout bets of the organimtion will each member will develop window displays mad the Scout Oath demonstrations on civil defense In each of the and conservation. Each member and will inspect his home to make the miniver- certain no hazaz exist. Sur- their Scouts. At prke mobfltntimm will test houee  Scout eflency should emargen- and eiss aris ehaz4ed Institutions will hear Since 1910 more than I?,)0,- 000 boys_ and men have bern J ONE COVERS ALL INTERIOR SURFACES ' / No Tubes to Squlzo No Tricky Fcmulas to Follow CENUINE OIL FLAT WALL PAINT One coat overs over wolJ- vd. metd.-.b fact ever any ieter;er surfae itheet. Ime. Rd it on or busk it oils. WesEes time and time S. Dirt end l;n. pal.t, Our New Wallpaper Patterns Are Here Vcmqhcm Wcdch Authorized Dealer END OF MONTH Specials[ 11 S K I R T S .................. Now $1.98 each 5 CORDUROY JACKETS ........................ Now $2.98 each 9 PRINTS SMOCKS .................... Now $1.00 each BRASSIERES .................... Now $ .98 BLOUSES .................. Now $1.98 LONG SLEEVED PRINT DRESSES .............. Now $1.98 A FEW LEFT PURSES ...................... Now $2.00 COLORED ANKLETS ............ 4-pr. for $1.00 ALL H A T S ............................ Now $1.00 GRACE CURTIS