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qlMlUl4'qtqL Mmmt  IlL, THUBSDAT, FEBRUARY 23. 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! Team Wins At Springfield '  Keith Wilham Construc- ladies bowling team won a sixth place award the Spring City Bowling recently. :! There were 216 teams entered ml their placing 6th was quite honor. The tourney was held t the Parkview Lanes, Spring- Members of the team were: Werth, Marguerite Charlotte St. Pierre, ,itzer and Melba Neaville. SCRATCH LEAGUE (Feb, 16) McKinley 329.62 Mllner 325.60 Sanders 312.44 Havener 310.98 Stuckel 306.78 Horn 306.78 Kirkman 306.48 Delancy 299.60 Raker 298.86 287.68 Drake 266.88 ghahl 251.40 game: Havener, 232. series: Havener, 794. CHURCH LEAGUE (Feb, 16) W L i John's Lutheran 42 24 Christian 1 40 -26 38 28 Christian 1 36  36 30 Christian 1 35 31 Christian 2 27 39 Christian 2 26 39% Workers 24% 41 Christian 2 24% 41 St. John's, 2479. game: St. John's, 854. : Eugene Weckel, 576. Harold Mulline, 213. :s MEWs LEAGUE (Feb. 20) Department #2 138 Products 119 Transfer 117 Construction Co. 116 Elevator 113 Fork Grain Co. 109 Hybrids 102 Insurance 99 Lumber Co. 87 Bros. Implement 80 Lake Fork Grain Co., Team game: Lake Fork Grain Co., 881. Ind. series: Paul Theobald, 584. Ind. game: Dean Tate, 228. STRIKETTES LEAGUE (Feb. 17) W L Eileen's Beauty Shop 42 27 Wilham Const. Co. 41 27% Ist National Bank 37 32 Farmers Elevator 34% 34% Downing Insurance 34 35 Mt. Pulaski Grain 33 36 Stahl Bros. 33 36 Western Auto 31 37 Kennedy's Market 30 39 Gerdes Trucking 28 40 High game: Kay McCain, 202. High series: Kay McCain, 548. High team series: Eileen's, 2253.  SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (Feb. X7) Pts. Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 116 i Brown's Bullsitters 105 Turner Motor Service 101 Logan Farm Service Co. 96 Robb TV 89 High game: Bill McCubbin, 211. Contract: A collection of claus- -- es signed by two honorable peo- TOPETTE LEAGUE ple who take each other for (Wed., Feb. 22) scoundrels. W L Fire Department 51% 20% Everett Koehler 51 21 Copeland & Hild 48 24 Horn's Standard 35 37 Moore's Insurance 34 38 Dick's Place 34 38 Stoll's Coal & Gas 32 40 Huston & Paolone 30% 41 Wilham Construction 27 45 Hathorn's Variety 17 55 High team: Copeland & Hild, 2112 High series: C. Hayes, 517. High game: C. Hayes, 181. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mort.0 Feb, 20) W L Dick's Place 42 30 Chestnut Farmers Grain 42 30 Latham Oil Service 39 33 Stahl Hardware 39 33 Neaville Jewelry 37 35 Tomlinson Elevator 35 37 Meadow Gold 34 38 Mt. Pulaski Fire Dept. 32 40 Bo-Jac Hybrids 88 Minnesota Tool Co. 31 41 Rothwell Lumber Co 1 86 , . { Faultless Feeds 29 43 Deans Sundries 821 High series: Chestnut Farmers Hahn Oil Service 81 [ Grain, 2344. Faultless Feeds . . 78[High ind. series: Robert Ayles- righ team series: Mt. PUmSKi I worth 535 Grain Co, 2514 Hi ' " ...... " ". ...... I gh game: Robert Aylesworth, rugn mo:-serms: rL zluner, . I 203 High In. game: H. Milner, 224. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Feb. 22) Pts. Hanslow's Standard Service 103 Logan Farm Service 99 B. M, A. 98  Stahl Bros. 98 Hilltop Bowl 84 Wolcott's Soft Water 86 Budweiser 78 Rocky Ford 70 Curtis Oil 64 Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain and Elevator 60 Prerogative: A politician's right to do wrong. Ind. High: Don Werkman, 212. High series: Don Werkman, 593. Team high: Wolcott's Soft Water, 937. Team series: Budweiser, 2665. TOPPER'S LEAGUE (Tues. Feb. 1) W L Les' Standard 52 23 B. F. Holmes 47 28 i R. Letterle 40 35 Al's Conoco 38 37 P.A.G. 36 39 Zim's Super Mkt. 34% 40 Stoll's Coal & Gas 34 40% Chestnut Fire Dept. 32 43 Bartlemay & Sons 32 43 Times - News 29 ' 46 Team series: Al's Conoco, 2369. Team game: Al's Conoco, 909. Ind, series: Win. McKinley, 570. Wife: A former Friend: One who has enemies you have. Some Needed h Hairdresser: A person who is curl crazy. YOU'LL FIND IN OUR STORE S0-S0 Quick Solder Powder Graphite Dry Instecticide - 10-lb. bag Hide-A-Key--attach to car with magnet STOP IN and Look Over Our Sale Items -- Now Being Offered Have that EXTRA KEY Made While You Wait ! 4t Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator HARDWARE STORE MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. South Washington Street "i Was Blocking Up A Bus Stop When An Irate Commuter Blew His Top" Motorists have a habit of bringing all their troubles to us. And we have a habit of curing those troubles fast ! HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski. IlL Left to right-Queen EIIzabet (the first) of Ena/KI, Queefl Gulnevere of Britain, Susan Smith of America. The queens of history wou/d envy Susan Smith You know Susan Smith! She repre- sents every housewife in America. No queen in the past ever had such a wonderful servant as the electricity she uses in her home every day. Chances are it comes from an inde- pendent electric company like the one that serves you. Most of the nation's electric power does, Today, the more than 300 independ- ent companies are busy building new power plants and lines. They are pre- paring for the new homes, new jobs, new industries and increased strength America will have in the future. These companies are ready and able to supply all the additional electric power America will need. iI