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i : Let's Go Bowling ! CHURCH LEAGUE (March 9) W L SL John's Lutheran 49 26 Christian 1 45 30 Lutheran 41 34 4O 35 Mr. Pul. Christian 1 39 36 Christian 1 38% 36% Pul. Christian 2 34 41 Christian 2 31% 43% Workers 29 45% land Chriatian 2 27% 47t,. team series: St. John's Luth- e.ran, 2352. team game: Cornland No. 1 - 834. ind. series: Donald Huston, 543. game: Robert Lewis 209 MT. PULASKI SCRATCH (Mar'ch 9, 1961) GAMES - FINAL STANDING Harry Milner 380.281 Bill McKinley 375.36 Havener 363.04 Horn 360.72 Stuckel 360.02 Sanders 356.66 Bill Kirkman 348.68 Gordon Raker 344.72 Dale Delancy 339.42 McCubbin 335.24 Drake 311.26 Schahl 291.44 Les' Standard B. F. Holmes Letterle Painting Conoc Coal & Gas Super Market & Sons Fire Dept. Old Timers 30 54 Team series: Les' Standard, 2543. Team game: Letterly Painting, 861. : Ind. Series: T. Havener, 233. Ind. game: T. Havener, 643. High game: Harry Milner, 224. High series: Harry Milner, 774. TOPPER'S LEAGUE (Tues., Mar. 14) W L 57 27 5O% 33% 46 38 45 39 43% 40% 39% 44% 37 47 37% 46% 34 50 BUSINESS MEIFS LEAGUE (Moss. Met. 13) Pts. Fire Dept. #2 154 Barrick's Transfer 131 Mt. Pulaski Products 129 Farmers Elevator Wilham Construction Co.. Lake Fork Grain Co. 117 Downing Insurance 115 Bo-Jac Hybrids 114 Rothwell Lumber Co. 95 Stahl Bros. Implement 92 Team series: Fire Dept, 2551. Team game: Wilham Const. Co., 923. Ind. series: Chas, Wagner, 596. Ind. game: Dean Werth, 231. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Mar. 10) Pts. Mt Pulaski Grain Co. 134 Brown's Bullsitters 129 Turner Motor Service 111 Bo-Jac Hybrids 104 Robb TV 103 Logan Farm Service Co. 98 Dean's Sundries 96 Rothwell Lumber Co. 94 Hahn Oil Service 87 Faultless Feeds 86 High team series: Robb TV, 2,562. High ind. series: H. Kerschner, 547. High ind. game: C. Robb, 211. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed. Mar. 15) W L Fire Department 57% 23% Everett Koehler 56% 24% Copeland & Hild 51 30 Horn's Standard 41 40 Dick's Place 39 42 Stoll Coal & Gas 38 43 Moore's Insurance 38 43 Huston & Paolorm 31 48 Wilham's Construction 31 50 Hathorn's Variety 20 61 Team series: Stoll Coal & Gas 2144. High series: M. Patterson, 512. High game: Hayes, 202. STRIKETTES LEAGUE (FrL, Mar. lO) W v. Wilham Construction 48% 29% Eileen's Beauty Shop 48 30 First Nat'l. Bank 43 35 Mt. Pulaski Grain 39 39 Downing Insurance 38 40 Farmers Elevator 37% 40% Western Auto 35% 42% Stahl Bros. 35 43 Kennedy's Market 34 44 C, erdes Trucking 31 46 High game: M. Patterson, 199. High series: Kay McCain, 517. Team series: First National Bank, 2213. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon., Mar. 13) W L Dick's Place 49 32 Latham Oil Service 44 37 Chestnut Farmers Grain 44 37 Stahl Hardware 43 38 Tomlinson Elevator 42 39 Neaville Jewelry 40 41 Meadow Gold 39 42 Minnesota Tool Co. 37 44 Mr. Pul. Firo Dept. No. 1 34 47 Faultless Feeds 33 48 Team series: Tomlinson Elevat- or, 2565. Ind. series: Paul Manes, 559, L. K. Buckles, 559. High game: Jack Horn, 224. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed. Mar. 15) Pts. Standard Servico 11' Stahl Bros. 110 Logan Farm Service 108 B. M.A. 105 Hilltop Bow1 99 Wolcott's Soft Water 94 Budweiser 89 Rocky Ford 82 Curtis Oil 70 Mt. Pul. Fr. Gr. & Elev. 71 High game: O. Poffenbarger, 230. High series: H. Milner, 623. Team high: Hanslow's Stand- ard Service, 939. Team series: Budweiser, 2710. Ht'00qPlTA/ M[:Jq I MR" AND MRS. v,.,.*.-- ' "'-  [ELLENBURG WED 60 , ........ I Mr. and Mrs. Charles Elle 24rs. nelclon liOO(lman was a[ of Hi-..1^ T,1 . :., --^] .  lluctlu, 11., will -7 medmal patient from Vvednesday[ their Oth uzddincr nnlv to Friday, of last week, in the I;."='-/_."'.;'':-''2 YA2:'- _... .... iatumay, vlaren x, 11. Avx nospltal. ]were married March 18, 1901 Horace B. Curry returned from Clinton, Tenn. St. Clara's hospital, Friday, after Mr. and Mrs. Ellenburg receiving medical care for about a week. Ellis Bredenstiner, northwest of the city, was taken to St. Clara's hospital Friday night, for. ex- amination and medical attention. D. Harris Bryson, Cornland, was admitted to ALM hospital Sun- day, for medical care. Robert Shanle returned home on Sunday from the ALM hospital where he had been a medical patient for several days. Mrs. Raymer O'Bryen went to St. Louis, Mo. on Wednesday to be with her husband who has been a patient for over two weeks in the Missouri Pacific Railroad Hospital. Word has been received that Wallace Schroth is improving in St. Luke's Hospital at Saginaw, Michigan. BIRTHS In Jefferson, Wis., Sunday, Mar. 5, a son was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Danforth. They now have four boys. The mother is the form- er Marilyn Williams, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Merritt Williams of Decatur, formerly of Chestnut. Mrs. Danforth is a graduate of the Mt. Pulaski high school, and is a niece of Miss Minnie Hershey of Mount Pulaski. ly resided in Lake Fork and in Springfield. They have two daughters, Walter E. Lindgren of S and Mrs. Frank A. Hinsdale. Mr. Ellenburg formerly the grocery business in field and served as a park man at Bunn Park. They to Hinsdale in 1958 at the of his retirement. CARD OF TllPdffwg We are indeed grateful for  words of sympathy, flowers other kindnesses at the the death of our loved one, Fern Curtis Witt, The Custom Anhydrous Ammonia Application n::w Robert Cowan SW 2-5586 MT. WILL BE HELD ALL DAY THURS., MAR. 23 DID YOU KNOW...... ( that "you can have a step-saving extension tele- phone for just a few cents a day ? Think of the many unnecessary steps you have, take, when you are upstairs or in the basement and your telephone rings. And by the time you reach your telephone the calling party has hung up, Then you have to retrace your steps, all the while wondering who called you. There is also the convenience of having an ex- tension telephone at your bedside in case of fire or sickness. They come in a wide range of colors with a lighted dial that glows in the dark, making it unnecessary to turn on another light to dial. You can adjust the light to the degree of brilliance you want. It's new and compact, half the size of a regular telephone. Please call our BUSINESS OFFICE for details. Mt. Pulaski Telephone Co. PHONE SW 2-5618 Free Soil Analysis BRING NATURAL DRIED SAMPLES 8:00 A. M. to 5:00 P.M. Get Your Samples Now and Be Ready. Know What Your Soil Needs ! MT. PULASKI GRAIN CO. Phone -- SW 2-3223 Mount Puimki