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Let's Go Bowling ! SCRATCH LEAGUE (March 2) Milner 362.30 Bill McKinley 362.02 Tom Havener 345.42 Bob Horn 344.94 Stuckel 341.30 ld Sanders 340.74 Kirkman 334.96 Gordon Raker 330.26 Dale Delancy 327.56 Bill McCubbin 318.04 Drake 295.08 Schahl 279.88 game: Bill McKinley 255. series: Bill McKinley 775. CHURCH LEAGUE (March 2) %V L John's Lutheran 47 25 Christian 1 42 30 40 32 Lutheran 40 32 Christian 1 39 33 Christian 1 38 33 Pul. Christian 2 31 41 Christian 2 29 42 Workers 26 45 Christian 2 26% 45 team series: St. John's 2352. [ am game: St. John's 803. Ind. series: Robert Lewis, 501. Ind. game: Merle Lucas 201. LOAFERS LEAGUE" (Mou., March 6) W L Place Farmers Gr. Oil Service Hardware Jewelry Elevator 47 31 43 35 42 36 42 36 40 38 39 39 37 41 T0ol Co. 35 43 PuL Fire Dept 1 33 45 Feeds 32 46 series: Tomlinson Elevator 06.. ind. series: Tom Havener, 572. High ind. game: L. K. Buckles 213. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE i (Fri. March 3) Pts. LMt. Pulaski Grain Co. 132 Bullsitters 121 Motor Service 107 Farm Service Co. 98 Hybrids 98 TV 97 Sundries 96 Lumber Co. 86 Feeds 84 t team series: Brown's Bullsit- 2629. ind. series: J. Woodrum, High ind. game: D. Werth, 212. r , ,i, , BUSINESS MEN'S lEAGUE (Mou,' Mar. 6) Pts. Fire Department No. 2 150 Barrick's Transfer 129 Farmers Elevator 125 Mt. Pulaski Products 123 Wilham Construction Co. 120 Lake Fork Grain Co. 113 Bo-Jac Hybrids 110 Downing Insurance 107 Rothwell Lumber Co. 95 Stahl Implement Co. 88 Team series: Fire Dept., 2,522. Team game: Fire Dept., 897 Ind. series: H. Milner, 600 Ind. game: H. Milner, 258. TOPPER'S LEAGUE (Tues., Mar. 7) W L I.d.s' Standard 55 26 B. F. Holmes 50 30% Letterle Paint & Dec. 45 36 Al's Conoco 42 39 Stoll's Coal & Gas .40 40% Zim's Super Market 37 43 PAG Hybrids 36 45 Bartelmay & Sons 34% 46 Chestnut Fire Dept. 34 47 Times-News Old Timers 30 51 Team series:' Standard, 2434. Team high: Letterle Painting & Decorating, 864. Ind. series: G. Smith, 599. High game: Wm. McKinley, 232. STRIEETTES LEAGUE (FrL, Mar. 3) W L Eileen's Beauty Shop 47 28 Wilham Construction 46 28 First National Bank 40 35 Downing Insurance 38 37 Mt. Pulaski Grain CO. 37 38 Farmer Elevator 36% 38% Stahl Bros. 34 41 Western Auto 33% 41% Kennedy's Market 32 40 Gerdes Trucking 30% 44% High game: Flessie Werth, 197. High series: Flossie Werth, 517. Team series: Eileen's, 2,215. TOFJ'TE LEAGOE (Wed., Mar. 8) W L Everett Koehler 54% 23% Fire Department 54% 23% Copeland & Hild 50 28 Horn's Standard 39 38 Dick's Place 37 41 Stoll Coal & Gas 37 41 Moore Insurance 36 42 Huston & Paolone 32 46 Wilham Construction 30 48 Hathorn's Variety 20 58 Team series: Koehler, 2,031. Team game: Fire Dept., 708. high series: Charlotte St. Pierre 493. High game: Judy Beaver, 184. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Mar. 8) Pts. Hanslow's Standard Service II0 Stahl Bros. 108 Logan Farm Service 108 B.M.A. 105 Hilltop Bow1 96 Wolcott's Soft Water 89 Budweiser 82 Rocky Ford 77 Curtis Oil Co. 68 HIGH THREE INDIVIDUAL HANDICAP CLASSIC 4 BIG DAYS - Mar. 18, 19 - 25, 26 Handicap 1sf---$100 and Trophy Scratch 1st -- $ 90 and Trophy $1200 in Prizes if 300 Entries BOWL 4 GAMES -- DISCARD LOWEST GET ENTRY BLANKS AT BOWL HILLTOP BOWL Mount Pulaski Mt Pulaski 1. Gr. - Elev. 67 High game: W. Schroth, 234. High series: M. Hill, 601. Team high: Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain, 919. Team series: Logan Farm Ser- vice, 2,673. WEATHER Thursday, Mar. 2 weather was first sunny, then cloudy. This continued all day. A high wind developed by noon and was so strong it blew several persons off their feet. Temperature reached to 64 degrees. Friday found a much cooler temperature, being down to 28, but warmed to about 60 degrees during the day. Was a beautiful day until about 3 p.m. when the sky became quite dark with clouds, but no rain. Another day of high wind. Saturday's temperature stood between 50 and 60 at daybreak. There was some rainfall" early Friday evening which continued in Saturday morning's early hours. Was cloudy until 10 a.m. when the sun came out and an- other beautiful day with over 70 degree temperature, until in late afternoon when rain began. This area was not hit by the severe wind storms that wrecked some Illinois communities. However, there was very heavy winds about 2:30 Sunday morning, accompan- ied by lightning, thunder and rain, but no damage reported. Sunday remained disagreeable with cloudy sky and cold winds. Fog moved in late in the after- noon accompanied by strong wind and eventually a hard rain storm about 10 o'clock. Monday was quite cool and windy. There were more severe storms which hit to the south of Mount Pulaski community. Tuesday was windy and cold with the mercury reaching slight- ly above 40 degrees. Sun came rout about 10:30 axn. but by aft- ernoon clouds moved in late Tuesday night rain .MS and continued into the e hours of Wednesday. Wednesday was born temperature of about 45 deg but instead of going higher gan a steady drop and by had fallen 10 degrees. Snow rain had been in the air be FOB WANT1 IIEL' fIN A DO L appe noon and about 2:30 p.m. a I a Will b snow set in. The wind was q they call strong and the snow continue Wednesday get heavier until by 3:30 a t zard was in order, and the  perature stood at 30 . The continued into the night. Thursday dawned with a 23 .1 T PI& gree temperature and about| o. Music inches of snow on the gro ,Small Pay1 is quite possible that this  illy. P1 received an inch of snow. Tlae teay. Mi came out and the day begS} ..n,aPton warm up____ i Love: The delusion that!lth " .... woman | Shower: A vertical bath.  SPECIMEN BALLOT FOR THE TOWN OF MT. PULASKI ROAD DISTRICT Road District Election In the Town of Mt. Pulaski Road District, Logan County, Illinois, held TUESDAY, APRIL 4. 1961. To vote for or against special tax for mad poses to be levied of .10 per cent for and maintaining gravel or other hard roadS said Town Road District. DALE FUHRER ROAD DISTRICT INSTRUCTIONS TO VOTERS: To Vote in favor of said Proposition make a cross "X" in the square to the right of the word "Yes"; to Vote against said Proposition make a cross '"X" in the square to the right of the word "No"; ;hall a special tax for road purposes be levied for the next four successive years of .10 per cent of the full, fair cash value as equal- ized or assessed by the Department of Revenue for the purpose of constructing and maintaining gravel or other hard roads in said Town Road District? SPECIMEN BALLOT YES NO Of an election to be held for the Town of Mount Pulaski, Logan County, Illinois, to be held TUESDAY, APRIL 4, 1961 Polling Place: First Precinct---Minnesota Tool Co. Polling Place: Second Precinct--Chestnut Hatch. ery Polling Place: Third ProcinctLadies Aid Build- ing, Lake Fork Polling Place: Fourth Prectnct-Hllltop Electric DEMOCRAT TOWN CLERK. FOR SITPERVISOR THOS. A. GUPTON, SR. FOR TOWN CLERK DA/ FUHRER FOR ASSESSOR FOR AUDITORS (Vote for three) R. S. SECK HOWARD J. SCROGGIN J. H. STUART REPUBLICAN FOR SUPERVISOR TO/vlMIE D. I, FOR TOWN CLERK FOR ASSESSOR CHARLES L. (Roy) AYLESV/ORTH FOR AUDITORS (Vote for three) PAUL R. MOORE RAYMOND GEE