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i pAGE 2TA. : 7 ....    '  : i. i  THE MOUNT PULASKI TIMES- NEWS. MOUNT IrLKSKL ILLINOIS THURSDAY, MAR(3 POLIO BENEFIT-- (Continued from page 1) ing feature which opened the evening's program and the ap- plause was quite enthusiastic. The three boxing matches were really honeys as young America slugged it out goodnaturedly to the delight of the crowd. Bob Aylesworth mixed it with How. ard McKtnney, the two Kelly brothers forgot their brotherly i relationship to paste one anoth- er. and 00woMinute McKinney and Knockout Hayes slugged it out. Harry Milner was the effici- ent referee. The auxiliary ladies are very grateful to everyone who help- eel in anyway to make the even- i ing a success. Mount PulmdrA FG FT TIP Meister f ......................... 2 4 8 Veech f ............................ 1 0 2 0 01 0 8 i Romer f ............................ 0 Jones c ............................ 12 H. Buckles g .................... 4 Copeland g ...................... 1 0 2 L. K. Bukles g .............. 8 6 22 Totals 29 14 72 :, Decatur Legion FG FT' TP Ormand f ........................ 7 1 15 Reinhold f ........................ 7 3 17 Day c ................................ 2 2 6 Daut g .............................. 3 2 8 Ernst g .............................. 3 2 8 Caylor g ............................ 3 0 6 Totals P. 10 60 OPENING PLND HEATING STORE HERE Clarence W. Rothwell is pre- paring to open a plumbing and heating store on South Washing- ton street, in the old Weiden- bacher barbershop building. The grand opening will be held Sat- urday, March 10th. --CHURCHES-- St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH i, Roy. Edward NL EJmwer, Pastor 4thM.aM at 8 a,m., Sunday, March Lenten services each Wednes- day at 7:30 p.m. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Robert Wilkes, Minister Bible SchoOl 9:30 a.m. Worship service 10:35 a.m. Junior Christian Endeavor at 6:30 p.m. ': Evening service 7:30 o'clock. Mid.week Prayer and Bible at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday. i , Remember our Evangelistic [ neetings, starting Sunday, March ] 111 and continuing thru Sunday, ] March 25th. J You will be welcome to all our] serviees I THE METHODIST CHURCH I Roy. F. E. Noumeyer, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Worship Service 10:35 A. M. We are happy to announce that our church auditorium and Sun- day School room are now ready for use. We believe you will like the new decorations and improve ments. Come! We will be look. ing for you. Your pastor will preach on the new symbols over the entrance of the pulpit "I Am Alpha and Omego." See Revelations, Chapters 1, 8, 11; chapter 22, 13. There will also be special mus- ic by the choir. Those desiring to be baptized and received into the church membership, please contact your !ii- I stor. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Roy. Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 A. M. Divine Worship 10:30 A. M. Midweek Lenten Services each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. A cordial invitation to all. mmAY. SAZV00Ay TALL CAN SALMON .............. 47c PORK STEAK ...... 49c ARMOURS fBUTTER ................ 69 GET READY FOR SPRING BUY GARDEN SEEDS NOW I 'S T Mount Pulaski LOSE REGIONAL- (continued trom page 1) hander. Alberts again scored, 49- 50. Armstrong, back in after being knocked to the floor and his face stepped on accidentally by Al- berto, sank two free tosses, and Pulaski trailed by only one point. But that was all they were to get as Lincoln controlled the situa- tion from then on out. Hurt scor- ed, Hinman sank a free one and it was 49-53 with two minutes .to go. Pulaski had chances to score but failed. Alberts scored again on a tip from Ott Hurt got a free one and Reveter sank a gratis toss on a double foul. With the count 49-57, Lincoln Ott rebounded to make it 49-59 and that was the game. Played Great Game The entire team is deserving of Lincoln (59) B.F.T. Alberts f ............................ 7" 3 17 Augspurger f ........................ 0 1 1 Eberle f .............................. 1 1 3 Ottc ...................................... 4 0 8 Hinman g ............................ 6 2 14 Gene Hurt g ........................ 6 1 13 Veveter c ............................ 1 1 3 Totals 25 9 59 Mount Pulaski (49) B.F.T. Dittus f ............................... .2 1 11 Richner f .............................. 1 2 4 Hahn c ................................ 2 0 4 Mason g .............................. 7 1 15 Armstrong g ........................ 2 6 10 Veech g ................................ 2 1 5 Lincoln .................... 12 27 41 59 Mount Pulaski ........ 10 26 43 49 modern popular home designs to meet the architectural and fi- nancial requirements of any fam- ily in our community, but it pre- sents for their consideration the wide choice of materials and conveniences available for mod- ern home construction or re- modeling. It takes the prospective home builder through every phase of "Planning the Individual Home" from selecting the homesite to eventual occupancy. For example four pages in full color are de- i voted to kitchens alone. You are cordially invited to visit us and see the many suggestions, ideas and actual home designs this book has to offer. After seeing it you doubtedly wish to make ments to take advantage circulating library order that your whole may enjoy and profit book at their leisure." Phone us your news W00qPRC LINCOLN ILLINOIS rilE PRAIRIE RADIO LOGAN COUNTY FARMERS AWARDED CERTIFICATES Two Logan county farmers, Ed- win Rentschler, Chestnut, and Harold Stoll of Mount Pulaski, i were awarded Certificates of AT GRACE CURTIS' a full measure of credit in every - w-at "h mi ht not Merit, from the Illinois Purebred way aria n  ey g " io t .... w - Dairy Cattle Assoclat n at he nave aone m scorlng asmaae- . GROUP 1 ,  h,, *h,.. ,..o.* 1,. wo-k and hrst annual banquet of the Log- defnsivediPlaYs.021ennuMaSOi,n a nsoCOan:nY HdinInPrnn n e:t lW SPRING DRESSES unmr:,,,, ,, ,O ,=t .ig Monday evening, Feb. 19th. s .......... , ................ The association recognized the ][ as he racked-up a total of seven I $7 - - t " "- v in Dittus Rentschler and Stoll herds for ou sasze s Ior me e en g " t t" " ....... '.". -- ' ] high bu terfat produc ion in 1950. WhO was AIDerLs proJec Ior the w " tt" -" u [Mr Rentschlers herd produced evenlng, as not ge mg ms s- ':^^ "-  v, W-'" Ill iiiii Illlll ......... w --a'- I a auu-m a 'erage per co ", "nile um quota on proms ouL as m K I " " I ..... ..o ws o. =: .... strong, battling as usual, took a l average per t. lot of punishment but got a total  , of 10 points with his aggressive[ Tom: %Vl'ch is more import- drive. Richner, who started in I ant. a man s wife or his trous- P I N G D R E S S E S place of Veech, did a bang-upl ers?" . job of floorwork and sinking two t Otis: His trousers. se ing in for a clever basket. Veech t o without his wife." inserted later in the game came[--  ------llllllllllll thru with a great job of rebound- I lttNltgE D  lklrlVD DtNt'tl _'_'_" ing as well as a couple of bas-[ wv,-zazaa,z u,t --[ [ - sophomore, while not scoring t -A-TT- -T --- -= much, did a wonderful job of lEtlnWr-Ll /t.D. J. holding his much taller oppon-| One of the greatest books to S P R I N G D R E S S E S ent, O tt, to four basketg  home planners ever offered is eep Going, Lincoln i announced by Keith Rothwell of Lincoln has a great ball club tthe j. M Rothwell Lumber Co. WV--'I I and..they proved it last night in I According to Mr. Rothwell; Build. oeaung ' another .great Logan [ing a home is the most import- countT cage team .m a thrilling [ ant single project many families oattle. Keep on going, Lincom--[eve r undertake. Over the years let's keep Logan county m the that we have been advising state competition until the very last. It would suit folks here mighty" fine if they could tell their grandchildren how they whipped the state champions back in 1951 -- 47-45. Sportamanship Fine Sportsmanship was again at a high mark during the game as it was in the previous encount- er here. Alberts' unfortunate stepping on Armstrong's face was alleviated by his being the first one to rush down the floor when time was cal}ed and give him aid. The relieved cheer of the entire crowd when Armstrong rehppeared later on after being carried off the floor, was very much to the credit of the fans. --Plenty of SCRATCH.PADS at Times.News. home builders we have always afforded them every assistance we could make available to them. There has always been a real need for an authoritative book covering the general subject of home planning and remodeling and we are happy to state that we now have just such a book and we are making it available to our many friends and custo- mers in this community. Its name "Planning Your In- dividual Home" describes its pur- pose and objective . . . that of helping the home planner to plan and build a home individu- ally suited to the desires and liv- ing standards of his own family. Profusely illustrated in full col- or, and with every page almost full newspaper size, this book depicts not only a wide range of ELECTRIC CORN POPPER ................ $4.79 ELECTRIC MIXERS .............. $14.95 and up AUTOMATIC POP-UP TOASTER .... $13.95 (Only 2 Left) RUBBER-MAID STOVE TOP MATS .................. 49c and 98c BATHROOM SCALES ........................ $5.95 WASHERS .................... starting at $114.50 Just received a New 1951 Model (Also one used washer) TAPPAN GAS RANGES Also Philgas for Your Convenience SOLO.KOTE FLAT PAINT One coat seals and covers. Oil Base. Covers wall paper, painted walls, wood, calcimine, cement, wallboard, bricks and plaster. WALL PKPER.--New Patterns to choose from on hand LINOLEUM RUGS ........ starting from $5.95 New Patterns -- Several Sizes SPRING SUITS .................................. I NEW HATS and GLOVES COSTUME JEWELRY To Complete Your Spring Outfit NYLON HOSE GIFT HANKIES PUBLIC SALE OF THE RESIDENCE PROPERTY AND H00SEHOLD GOODS of the T. W. Moore estate, located in Mount Pulaski, nolo, will be sold at auction, on SATURDAY, MARCH 1O, 1951: Boginning at 12:00 O'clock Noon Property omits of . an 8-room, 2-story, all home with full basement, oil furnace, practically Garage; 19/ lots of land. Also, 8-rooms of furniture cluding a lot of good rugs on property. General refrigerator, almost new; dishes and utensils. -- TRMS -- 20% Cash on day of sale and balance on delivery of Abstract and Merchantable Title furnished. Taxes for paid by heirs. Other property, Cash in Hand day of J. R. MOORE, Administrator and Agent for the Heirs at Law of T. W. Moore,  a w. WOLZrr, x-uffi.