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DOLPH STANLEY TO COACH.00jTE 8 NE Or  D olph Stanley, former basket- Oaeh here from 1935 thru ' who coached the 1936 htDners to fourth place in the .noit State High School Bas- efball"Tournament at Cham- Ct and now coach of Boylan In t rat Catholic at Rockford, ', has once again brought his ._ttE.teh,, paign as one of the . Lasl year, Stanley reached the ,,.lfford public school manda- .Y _retirement age of 65, and  forced to "retire" after 10 trl at Auburn. So, Stanley .,ed to Boylan Central Catho- _lie: which has no retirement ,.m, and took over a basketball that had a 6 . 17 record m mason and he had no players tall ff than 6'3". MR. AND MRS. CARL MAXHEIMER of Mt. Pulaski, Ill., R,. Nw, seven months later, will observe theft 50th wedding anniversary with open house "ord Boylan has a 23 - 8 at their home, 316 N. Vine St., Mt. Pulaski, Ill., Sunday, at an-d? fnL _nnt, its fk.t R=l,l ,,a March 28 from 2 to 4 p.m. Carl Maxheimer and the former Mathilde Kruenegel were married March 27, 1921 at Odlte mffi2 - g "gh Immanuel Lutheran Church in Augsburg, I11. They have five maasts tor the Illinois sons, Wayne and David of Lanesville, Kenneth of Rochester, lnePtith. . Raymond of Macon and Carl Jumor of Mt. Pulaski and .. lloylan won the uixon See.- Eugene and Julian, deceased. There are eleven grandchil- 'aaal last F" a nine- nday night against dren. We welcome all well wishers. __ a taller Rochelle team and " at coach at small II..o00 high ofthelUinoishigh00hooitour..- ._. rtmsday by defeating a schools like Equality, Mount meat, an unmatched record of Elgin l-arkin team by a Pulaski and Taylorville -- and five appearances in the state -' 64; 54- Beloit College, a small Wiscon- f'mals. His one state champion g.. - y ars of coaching, in- sin school -- and until this year team, Taylorville in 1944, was _anig 12 years at Beloit Col- at Rockford Auburn, the small- undefeated in 45 games, another R",' Stanley's teams have won est of the city's four-year public record. ..aml loft 239. That is an schools. The tallest player on that .a of 22 wins and only 6 Stanley has brought every Taylorville team was 6-2 Johnny -ti a year. high school he has coached into err, now the basketball coach at ord compiled as head the charmed "Sweet 16" circle Michigan. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, MARCY 18, 1971-9 cluding the opponents?' - Stanley seeks boys "who be- lieve in God, have great respect for life, and are friendly and co- operative. "That's what coaching is all about, to teach the principle of life," says Stanley. Stanley's Mount Pulaski fans will be "rooting" for his team in the State Finals. Good luck, Dolph! ELECTION NOTICE For Board of Education Chestnut Com. Cons. Grade School District No. 10 Notice is hereby given that on Saturday, the 10th day of April, 1971, an election will be held at the places hereinafter named in School District No. 10 Counties of Logan, Macon and DeWitt and State of Illinois, for the purpose of electing 2 mem- bers of, the school board of said district for the full term. For the purpose of this elec- tion the following precincts and polling places are hereby estab- lished: PRECINCT NO. 1: The fol- lowing described territory: All of Logan, Macon and DeWitt Counties that comprise MR. FARMER: DO YOU HAVE YOUR FOR SPRING OF IF YOUR HAVE rr. the District No. 10, Chestnut Com. ' Cons. Grade School shall consti- tute Precinct No. 1 and the pob ling place therein shall be at Chestnut Grade School. The Polls will be opened at 12 o'clock and close at 7:00 o'clock P.M., of the same day. By order of the School Board of said District. Dated thJs lOth day of March 1971. R. Thomas Lowe President, Attest: Joseph Armstrong, Secretary. THANK YOU We would like to thank our many friends who were so kind to our families while we were away several days attending the funeral of our father, Carl H. Campbell. Your cards, food and other acts of kindness will never be forgotten. Dolly Buckles Maxine Downing SEED CORN NOT SURE CALL US.W MEMBERSHIP "" "The secret of coaching," DRIVE $10,000 has been expended on Stanley says, "is picking respons- 792 " 3395 It (Continued from page 1) tourism in Logan County during ible personnel. It is most impor- t-o._teLogan County Court the past year. The Foundation is tant that a young man be of good M|* Pulaski, III. looking forward to an even bigger Christian character with respect ,.'2" rl Foundation ho s to for everything around him, in- -,am pe and better year during 1971. /h'. _With the Green Belt Foun- and the development of nv State Park We are start- ug a . ct to tmprove the en- h,,__ t and are especially ',' to work with the youth "'tgatlCtmty" shape of things ^lkcause of the efforts of the 1- .Sll/lty AJ/raham Lincoln ---qe Foundation, over A membership drive is under way. It is hoped that a great many organizations and individ- uals will become members by sending $10 to Foundation, Box 92, Lincoln, Illinois 62656. .2County Abraham Lincoln Heritage Foundation in, Ill. 62656 alY t,. am interested in the stimulation of educational l ,,.._ .|altural activities, the preservation of our heritage and  .onment, and the development of a Lincoln-Logan _ etrcuit in Logan County through a county-wide --.,,=a effort, nt bra h...l. - enroll me as a member of the Logan Cou y A - $t0._L_ineoln Heritage Foundation for one year Enclosed is oO for ff year's dues. Name Address City State Zip to come! BEFORE YOU BUY CARPET make sure you check SAMPLES and PRICES at ROTHWELL Lumber Company The crop production program you follow this spring can determine the shape of things to come next fall. CFS puts every factor in your fa- vor with complete, per- sonalized Plan and Profit Programs. Your fertilizer is prescription blended to match soil needs, crop plans and yield goals. The program shows what CFS Approved chemicals to apply for best control of weeds and insects . . . also con- tains recommenda- tions on seed varieties and planting dates on minimum tilia'ge methods that will uve trips across the field and reduce compaction of soil. Now's the time to shape up crop plans with 4he help of your CFS Crop Advisor. Stop by or call today. Get full details on CFS Plan and Profit Pro- grams and on the complete services offered by your nearby CFS Crop Advisory Center. _ "u= m m w/artn Mmnat I rourmop lq-'J at,I / co / mb,Bw//ttm  , "---7 ...... ) Phone 217 - 792-33qJS Pulaski, Illinois