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NOttat  IlL, Y)IE4LDAY,  25, 1961 Let's Go Bowling .J ' CHURCH LEAGUE (Mar. 16) W L Lutheran 50 28 Christian 1 45 33 Lutheran 42 36 Christian 1 42 36 Christian 1 41& 36 4O 38 Pu_l. Christian 2 35 43 Christian 2 33 44 Workers 31 46 Christian 2 29 484 m team series: Willing Workers Willing Workers 817. Ind. series: J. Lee Hild, 519. ind. game: Duane Copeland, fJ LEAGUE (Fri., Mar. 17) Grain Co. Bullsitters Motor Service Hybrids Farm Service Co. Sundries Lumber Co. Oil Service Feeds 88 team series: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 2696. series: H. Miiner, 618. ind. game: F. Staht, 225. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., Mar. 22) W L Koehler 58 25 58 25 & Hild 53 31 Standard 43 41 42 42 Insurance 39 45 Coal & Gas 38 46 & Paolone 34 50 Construction 32 52 Variety 22 62 team: Koehler, 2215. series: Koehler, 815. series: Patterson, 563. game: Betty May, 216. MEN LEAGUE (Mon., Mar. 20) Pts. Dept. #2 156 Transfer 133 Const. Co. 132 140 135 113 107 106 104 102 98 89 STRIKETTES LEAGUE (Fri., Mar. 17) W L Wilham Construction 51 29 Eileen's Beauty Shop 50 31 1st National Bank 45 36 Mt. Pulaski Grain 40 41 Farmers Elevator 39 41 Downing Insurance 39 42 Stahl Bros. 36 45 Western Auto 35 45 Kennedy's Market 35 46 Gerdes Trucking 33 47 High game: C. St. Pierre, 201. High series: C. St. Pierre, 544. Team series: Wilham's, 2234. Team game: Mr. Pulaski Grain, 799. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon., Mar. 20) W L Dick's Place 51 33 Latham Oil Service 46 38 Chestnut Farmers Grain 45 39 Tomlinson Elevator 44 40 Stahl Hardware 44 40 Neaville's Jewelry 41 43 Meadow Gold 41 43 Minn. Tool Co. 39 45 Mt. Pulaski Fire Dept 1 35 49 Faultless Feeds 34 50 High team: Dick's Place, 2479. Ind. Series: A. P Yocum, 582. High game: Wayne Ball, 212. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Mar. 22) Hanslow's Standard 119 Stahl Bros. 115 Logan Farm Service 108 B. M.A. I06 Hilltop Bowl 102 Wolcott's Soft Water 98 Budweiser 89 Rocky Ford 86 Mt. Pulaski Fr. Gr. & Elev. 78 Curtis Oil Co. 77 High game: G. Manes, 237. High series: J. Woodrum, 618. Team game: Hanslow's Stand- ard Service, 955. Team series: Stahl Bros., 2630. W-L JUNIOR HIGH CAGE TEAMS HAD FAIR RECORD Bill Miller, coach of the War- rensburg Jr. High basketball teams in sending us pictures of his teams and cheerleaders, had this to say about his teams of the past season: ! "We had a fairly successful season, the heavyweights with an 11 won, 6 lost, record. It was a better season than the records indicate as we were a woefully small team, and had it not been for a group of boys who had a de- to return to the state for the third Announcements for Thursday time, were tripped by Rochester in and Easter Sunday the sectional finals by five points. Maundy Thursday, 7:30 p.m. They were also second in the Comunion Service. county, losing to Macon by five points. Their record was 7-4. The B squad had a 4-4 record." FIREMEN'S BALL AT ILLIOPOLIS, APRIL 8th It has just been announced that the Illiopolis Fire Department will hold its annual Firemen's Ball, on Saturday, April 8th, in the Illiopolis high school gym. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul Po Burdick, Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Obligations of Christ's Church" 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "The Power of the Cross" Music for the dance will be Announcements furnished by Lou Hahn and his Those going to the Passion orchestra. Dancing will be from play on Sunday, March 26, are 9 p.m. to midnight. CHURCHES FIRST METHODIST CHURCH John Muir, Pastor Sunday, March 26th: Sunday School. We have class- es for all ages. Make Sunday School a family affair. 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship. This is Palm Sunday and we extend a cordial invitation to everyone to come worship with us. Sermon: 'He Comes In The Name Of The Lord." Anthem by the Chancel Choir. We will have baptism of babies and children. 6:30 p.m. Family Potluck sup- per. Dr. L. J. Tigner of the Illinois Temperance League, will be our guest speaker. Everyone is welcome to at- tend. Wed., Mar. 29: The Chancel Choir will meet at the church for re- hearsal at 7:00 p.m. Thurs., Mar. 30: This is Maundy Thursday. Holy Communion will be served at a candlelight service beginning at 7:30 pxn. Fri., Mar. 31: The church will be open all-day Friday for private devotions. A guided Good Fri- day Devotional Service will be provided for you to use. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Roy. Edwwrd M. K.rewer. Pastor Mass on Sunday, Mar. 26, will be held at 10 a.m. Lenten Devotions Wednesday, March 29 at 7:30 p.m. ZION LWrlRKN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rotho Ph. SW2-5965 Fri., 7:30 p.,n. Walther League entertaining Chestnut Leaguers Sat., 9- 11:15 aa. Jr. Confirma- tion Class Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes for all ages. 10 a.m. Examination and Con- to be ready to leave at 12:15 p.m. Because of the tril to the Pass. ion Play, we will not have Youth Hour Sunday night. None of the groups will meet. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Herbsleb will be in charge of music for our pre-Easter Evangelistic meeting starting Sunday night, March 26, at 7:30 p.m. Services will be held nightly at 7:30 pJm, with ception of Saturday night and Darlene will be those girls and boys who grades 1 thru 6, at 6:30 evening. Remember the Sunrise on Easter Sunday 6:30 a.m. at Grade School St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, Sunday School Worship Service Palm Sunday and Service. The Pastor's sermon will 'Honor Christ".' The Senior will sing, "Ride, On, Scott: Dan McNabb will "The Palms," by Faure. Maundy Thursday, March Holy Communion, 7:30 Good Friday, March 31: Music and Meditation, P.M. A cordial invitation to all. YOUR VOTE For Me For ASSESSOR OF MOUNT PULASKI TOWNSHIP AT THE APRIL 4 ELECTION WILL BE GREATLY APPRECIATED ROY AYLESWORTH I Will Appreciate Your Vote ON TUESDAY, APRIL 4 FOR ASSESSOR OF LAENNA TOWNSHIP Guy O. Hathorn Game: Bo-Jac's, 896. game: P. Theobald, 228. series: P. Theobald, 562. TOPPER LEAGUE (Tue, Mar. 21) W L Standard 59 28 53% 33 47 40 Conoco 47 40 Coal & Gas 45% 41. Super Mkt. 40 46 38 49 & Sons 39 47 Fire Dept. 34 50 31 56 series: Al's Conoco 2469. game: Ars Conoco, 874. W. McKinley, 597. game: Win. McKinlay, 223. :Pulaski Products 131 sire to win, the record might have firmation of 12 Juniors. Elevator 129 been reversed. Tues., 7:30 p.m. Church Council Insurance 121 'q'he lightweights in their bid Wed., 1- 5 p.m. and 7-9 pzn. Hybrids 120 Fork Grain Co. 119 0 Lumber Co. 101 Bros. Implement 98 1G.E. Elec00tric Range USED AT THE HIGH SCHOOL zsst coumuoa PRICED LOW | HARDWARE Mr. PULASILL ILL. GET YOUR CAR ALL SET FOR SPRING A tune.up and general overhaul right now will revitalize that engine and give your car a new lease on lif The heavy demand made on your car the past winter months has-taken something out of your car's performance. Our mechanics are just what the "doc- tor" ordered. HAYES GARAGE Phone SW 2-5716 Mount Pulaski, IlL 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 to 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.. MI. Pulaski Telephone Ca. PHONE SW 2-5618