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ii i ,/ i ' i  i ii i/i !ii t !i ii! ii 2 10-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, MARCH 18, 1971 i i i | CHURCH LEAGUE Thursday, March 11,1971 MP Christian 1 49 Copeland 1 47 Zion Lutheran 45 Prophets 43 Willing Workers 38 Methodist 38 Williamsville 38 Copeland 2 36 L.M.C.'s 29 MP Christian 2 24 29 30 33 35 39 39 40 41 49 54 M. Ind. Game, G. Gibbs 223 M. Ind. Series, G. Gibbs 558 W. Ind. Game, W. Febus 175 W. Ind. Series, W. Fbus 455 Team Game, Prophets 847 Team Series, Prophets 2248 HILLTOP LOAFERS LEAGUE Men., March 15, 1971 Cyrulfi Bros. 126 Hilltop Bowl 110 l.,incoln Land Agcy. 102 Howe Auc. & ln 95 Stahl Furniture 94 Weleh's Chargers 94 Custom Builders & Int. 92 Fire Dept. 88 C.F.S. 83 Staid Hardware 61 Ind. H. Game, C. Wilham 227 Ind. H. Series, B. McKinly 573 Team Game, StahrFum. 914 Team Series, Stahl Fum. 2609 TOPPETTE LEAGUE Wed., Match 10, 1971 Zoo's Team 110 Hilltop Bowl 110 John's Gulf 108 Times News 107 Curtis Off 101 Gaffney & Johnson 97 Stoll Coal & Gas 94 Cyrulik Bros. 82 Haskell's 75 Crop Service 61 Team Game, Haskell's 772 Team eries, Haskell's 2193 Ind. Game, K. Se, hahl 187 Ind.'Series, D. Haskell 501 TOPPERS LEAGUE Tuesday, March 16, 1971 Al's Conoco 116 Bo.js, 112 rids 111 P.A.G. Hybrids 1 I0 Stoll Coal & Gas 99 uurt Oil 92 Chestnut Fire Dept. 87 Times-Hews 57 Ind. Game, O. Poffenbarger 218 Ind. Series, D. Fuiten 556 Team_Game, PA.G. Hyb. 978 Team Series, P.A.G. Hyb. 2680 MIXED LEAGUE Friday, March 12, 1971 Team 4 75 Team 6 73 Team 2 69 Team 3 68 Team 5 68 Team 1 64 M. Ind. Game, B. Holmes 202 M. Ind. Series, B. Holmes 547 W. Ind. Game, A. Cyrulik 177 W. Ind. Series, H. Cyrulik 450 Team Game, 6 686 Team Series, 6 1864 , Ohestnut Chatter Recca Drake The community interdenom- inational Bible Study group has been meetingweekly at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Leeck. They are Studying the Book of Matthew chapter by chapter. Anyone interested in joining the group may call Mrs. Leeck for details. The Cyanamid Chemical Plant mentioned in last week's column is managed by Philip (one 'T') Beasiey. My error! Mr. and Mrs. Michael Drake visited a few days this week with their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Michael I. Drake, and chil- dren. Mike, Darin, and Michelle, of Bowling Green, Kentucky. They also vidted with Mr. Hubert Mitchum, formerly of this area. Miss Lori Travis, 9, was one of the models in the Mt. Pulaski Jr. Woman's Club style show last Friday night. Proud mother, Mrs. Richard Travis, and grandpar- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler were in the audience. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Winchell and Amy visited with her parents over the weekend, Mr. and Mrs. Talent of Cuba, Illinois. Mr. Adam Weckel has been a patient at Decatur Memorial Hos- pital. We wish him a quick re- covery. The Graduation Review of the Great Lakes Naval Training Base Friday, March 12th, was attend- ed by Mr. and Mrs. Allen Sprague, Mrs. Jackson, and Pam- ela Lock of Beason, and Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll, Klista, Kenton, Kerwyn, Deanna, and Joe Jones of Chestnut. The im- pressive review was complete with Color Guard, Drill Team, Drum and Bugle Corp., Honor Guard, Bluejacket Choir, and the Naval Training Center Band. Jack Sprague is a member of the choir and Dennis Stoll is Recruit Instructor of the Drum and Bugle Corp and played a bugle in the Review. Dennis and Jack entered the Navy January 4, 1971 and were assigned to Company 901. They will be home on leave March 18th for two weeks. Jack will return to Great Lakes where he will study in the Nuclear Div- ision of the Navy. Dennis will go to Norfolk, Virginia to complete his training with the Navy Band. Rodney Stoll, little son of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Stoll, has been ill with the measles. We hope he is feeling much better soon. Miss Connie Dittus, one of the teen models in the Mt. Pul- aski Jr. Woman's Club style show Friday, is the daughter of the Win. Dittus'. Her grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Erich Hein of Chestnut. Your news of special visitors, meeting dates, births, marriages, etc. is of interest to others in the community, so call Rebecca Drake, and have your news in the Time-News. - Thursday evening, March I I, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Rentschler were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis, Ricky, Lori, Jerry, and Robert, to celebrate Mr. Rentschler's birthday. Happy birthday, Alvin, many more! Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis and family were dinner guests in Decatur Saturday night of Mr. and Mrs. James Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Travis and family entertained Mrs. Bea Reed, Peoria, and Mr. Del Travis, Chicago, Sunday with dinner at their home. Happy Birthday wishes to Miss Linda Stoll March 16th and to her mother, Mrs. Raymond (Verna) Stoll, March 21st. The Volunteer Firemen of Chestnut held an election of officers Men., March 15 at the firehouse. New officers elected were George Koenig, Fire Chief, Gene Bymes, Ass't. Fire Chief, Dwai Mmxen, Chairmen of the Fire Dt. and Bunny Murphy, Secretary-Treasurer. 00qjulalr Meetha00l 1ht a'unld=l, 8M, xar 8o ]P. x. ][. T. OMMAD. 7z30 P. M. 8:00 P. X. I On Dean's List The winter quarter Dean's list of Lake Land students who achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better has been released by Lake Land College, Mattoon, I11. In order to qualify for the Dean's list, a student must have carried at least 12-quarter hours of work and achieved a grade point average of 3.5 or better. A grade of "A" is 4 points, a is 3 points, a "C" is 2 points, Students from our area on Dean's list are Leslie D. Hild Mt. Pulaski and Debra J. of Lincoln. Htlsburgli Paints Sale Two dollars and twenty-eight cents off Wallhide on Latex Flat Wall Paint. The great latex cover-up: covers in half the time. No need to fil! and sand hairline cracks, and the one-coat process easily covers most stained or dirty surfaces. Wallhide dries in thirty minutes and brushes are soap and water washable. Regularly $8.47". Now only $6.19 gallon. One dollar off on 00finhider.00. Satinhide ;s a must for rdpeatedly washed woodwork in kitchens, bathrooms, and children's rooms. Goes on easily, dries quickly, and t now comes in hundreds of colors to match Wallhide Paints,. Regularly $3.43". Now only $2.43 quart. Two dollars off on Color Tones. Semi-transparent wood stain. Enhances the beauty and texture of wood. Preserves and protects, too. Great for shingles, siding, fences, and out- door furniture. Eleven colors to choose from. Regularly $6.97". Now only $4.97 gallon. Only $|49 g" Roller & Tray Special. Regularly $2.29". Top quality - the perfect applicator for Pittsburgh Paint=. FARMERS HARDWAR MOUNT PULASKI