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Hillfoppers Lose. AUSTIN NEWS Games at z.,,oc00 City Mrs. William HeR spent Wed. , rm. nesday afternoon at Helen Heiser- man's in Lincoln. Mount Pulaski's Hilltoppers Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Johnston visit- won and lost games the past ed his father John T. J. in Pine week dropping a 57-50 encounter Crest Nursing Home N. of Clin- to Athens Friday night but then ton, Sunday morning. back for a win over Mrs. G. Bradshaw and Mrs. Farmer City on Tuesday night, Carolyn Miller of Latham, visited to 63. was high for the lo- Mrs. Nell Goretzke, Sunday after- in the Athens game with 14 noon to see little Bill. ts with Scheuler and Drake The ministers and wives at- getting 10. tended an all day meting in Ol- in the Farmer City game Me- ney, Monday. ek was the standout with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rau left 8 baskets and 7 free throws Saturday A.M. for their new home :fOr a total of 23 points, his finest in MasOn, Ariz., pulling a small " trailer with their furniture, be- of the season. Romer hit hind their car. 13 points. locals took a seven-point Some "Chevy" lost a hub cap- in the first quarter, but at found it in pasture W. of church end of the third quarter the as come from church Sunday was tied up at 48 all. The noon. uarter found the Hilltoppers Two white rabbits less. P. B. their opponents 19 to Heft turned his out this winter, win the game. one disappeared, other was hit reserves lost a thrilling by a car and killed near the church Thursday night. Tom and (67) Fg Ft Tp Willie Heft have their rabbit yet. 3 0 6 Clear Wednesday and a beauti- 4 1 9 ful sunset. Rain Friday a.m. and 8 7 23 most all day and foggy. Strong | Totals Cruz (e) ! Totals Pulaski 19 15 City 12 17 (50) 3 7 13 S.W. wind Saturday - grass green- 2 3 7 ed up - some green all winter - 1 0 2 where snow covered it. A drop 1 0 2 from 59 degrees Saturday over 0 5 5 night to in the 20's. Frozo. Lakes in fields disappeared. Froze again 22 23 67 Sunday night after a nice day. Fg FI TpiCloudy Tuesday a.m. No rain or 4 4 12 sleet as predicted. 2 5 9 Mrs. Harland (Dora) Waddell 8 -6 22 has returned home from a week 0 0 0 in the hospital for eye surgery. 3 1 7 Miss Jennie Johnston of De- 0 0 0 carter has been hospitalized due 6 1 13 to a fall which splintered a bone in one of her legs. 23 17 63 Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Heft drove 14 19---67 to Flora last Tuesday evening for 19 15----63 the H. S. musical program. Dau- ghter Patricia is a teacher there. Fg Ft Tp Richard Doolen, son of a form- 6 2 14 0 1 i er Pastor of Harmony, was a vocal soloist. He is a senior this 4 2 I0 3 3 9 year. Was a baby when left here. 5 0 10 Loyal opposition:A euphemism 1 2 4 for those who supported the les- 1 0 2 ing candidate. Totals 20 10 50 ILUOPOLIS SCHOOL The Logan County Christian CARNIVKL. MARCH 4th Youth Group will meet at the The second annual All-School Elkhart Christian Church next Carnival sponsored by the staff Monday night at 7:30. Cars will of the Illiopolis high school year- leave from our church at 6:45 p. book, will be held on Saturday, m. March 4th, at the school. Prayer Meeting and Choir prac- A dinner will be served, follow- tice on Wednesday night at 7:3( ed by a stage show and a dance, and 8:30 p.m. Booths will be operated by vat- COPEIND CHRISTIAN CHURCH ions Illiopolis organizations. REAL ESTATE TRANSFER Leslie Ridgeway and Teanie Ridgeway to Samuel O. Ealey and Hazel J. Ealey, lot 13, in block 25, in Broadwell. CHURCHES THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdiclc, Minister 6:30 p.m. Youth our 10:30 ar.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "A Tragic Mistake" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Don't Be Afraid of Love." 9:30 a.m.Bible School 10: 30 a .m.--Ch urch Services 7:15 p.m.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.--Church Services FIRST METHODIST CHURCH John Muir, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School. We have classes for all ages. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship. St THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, Feb. 26, will be held at 10 a.m. Lenten services each Wednes- day at 7:30 p.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Announcements Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2-5965 Sunday will be registration day Fri., 7:30 p.m. Sunday School for the third annual Christian Teachers. Education Convention to be held Sat., 9-11:15 a.m. Saturday on the campus of Lincoln Bibh School. Institute, March 6-7-8. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and The Youth Development Com Bible Classes for all ages. mittee will meet Sunday at 4:30 10 a.m. Worship Services p.m., at the church. 2nd Peter 2, 5. "Noah, Preach- er of 7 p.m. Bible Institute coln. Wed., 7:30 p.m. 3rd Lenten Service. Thurs., 2:00 p.m. Sewing THE METHODIST Chutnut Roy. Roy W.  1 Sunday School .............. 9: Worship Service ........... 10:$f A cordial invitation to dJ mON LV'rmEm (Chestuut) Church of the Lutheran J Rev. D. E. Klrclmer, Ph. 1 Sun., 9:30 azn. Sunday and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship IJTHAM BAFrT Latham, Louis E.  9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship 7:30 vxn. Evening W St. JOHN'S LUTIRAM C: Ray O. Zumste pa Sunday School 9:00 Worship Service I0:1130: I The Pastor's sermon will "The Object of Christ's pas Mid-week Lenten Service, nesday, March 1, 7:30 p.m. ' The sermon subject will e "The Cross and Religion." il A cordial invitation to a We are now handling NEW FUNK'S SEEn FORMULAS i, ii The best legume-grass mixtures for your farm PRE-INOCULATED READY TO SOW RENTSCHLER SEED SERVICE, CHESTNUT ii TM . J (57) Mflner Wisilewski Pulaski Fg Ft Tp 2 3 7 4 2 10 4 2 10 9 1 19 0 2 2 4 1 9 Totals 23 11 57 11 5 16 18---50 11 12 16 18---57 A person with pred- instincts and insuffieien to form a corporation. OSPITAL NEWS Anna Eddy was admitted to the ALM hospital, for medical care. Harry Hahn was dismiss. "Sunday from ALM hospital returned to her home. allas Knoy, Chestnut, became patient at the ALM! on Sunday. Virgil Langenbahn, city, patient several days in Clara's hospital, Lincoln, was Saturday, and returned home. Arney of Cornland was to the Memorial hospit- in 2 Sprinfield, Wednesday, 15, for medical 'attention. rieh Hein, St., returned to his he in Chestnut, Feb. 17, from ALM hospital, Lincoln, where had been a medical and Imrg- for several days. French returned to his south of Lake Fork, Mon- He had been a medical pa- in the St. Clara's hospital, since Feb. 3. and Mrs. Jessie Malone and Mr, and Mrs. Wayne Rodman of made an auto trip last to Dwight, where the former entered the Veteran's hos- pital for treatment for his eyes. Miss Nellie Horn, ill for many and a medical patient in the ALM hospital, was dismissed and transferred to the Deacon-ess Nursing Home. FOR THE MAN WHO WANTS EVERYTHING! NoW, Ih most finick -buyer has two kinds of Dodges 'ANDARD OR COMPACT makes a battery last a lot longer than usual. Dad is a to make him happy. Compact Dodge Lancer. 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