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Mount Pulask:L IlL, THURSDAY, APRIL 6, 1561 Let's Go Bowling ! The hottest race in the leagues the 1960-61 season at the Bowl, is that in the Top- . Ladies League with the Fire and Everett Koehl- ending in a tie with 61% and 28% losses, last night. went into last night's series needing two games to the Fire Department, three to They won the first two but the third one to tie up count. two out of three will rolled Saturday night at 8 to decide the champion. Service won League championship awarded a trophy which to their . sponsor Hanslow, Standard Agent. Place clinched top hon- Bin the Monday night Loafer's but were hard pressed by Oil, who needed but one to tie them. Wilham's Construction Co. has ehed the Ladies Strikette rue. PORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Mar. 31) Pts, laski Grain Co. 150 s Bullsitters 145 Motor Service 123 undries 116  g 113 x Farm Service 112 e Hybrids 110 well Lumber Co. 100 n,Oil Service 97 jltless Feeds 96 kIigh team series: Turner, 2579. High ind series: H. Milner, 589. High ind. game: R. Edwards, LOAFERS LEAGUE (MOIL, April 3) W L Place 52 38 Oil 51 39 Farmers Gr. 49 41 Elevator 47 43 Bros. Hardware 47 43 Gold 45 45 Jewelry 44 46 Tool Co. 41 49 Fire Dept. 38 52 Feed 36 54 Team series: Latham Oil, 2409. Team game: Latham Oil, 833. Ind. series: Alien Roos, 557. Ind. game: Allen Roos, 211. STRIKETTES LEAGUE (Fri., Mar. 31) - W L 53 30% Beauty Shop 50 34 Bank 46 38 Elevator 42 41 Insurance 42 42 , Pulaski Grain 40 44 'Western Auto 38% 45% Stahl Bros. 38 46 Kennedy's Market 36 48 Gerdes Trucking 33% 50% High game: Joyce Seltzer, 208. High series: Kay McCain, 532. High team series: Western Auto 2260. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon., April 3) Pts, Fire Department No. 2 160 Mt. Pulaski Products 143 Wilham Construction Co. 142 Barrick's Transfer 141 Farmers Elevator 139 Downing Insurance 133 Bo-Jac Hybrids 128 Lake Fork Grain Co. 121 Stahl Bros. 115 Rothwell Lumber Co. 101 Team series: Fire Dept., 2515. Team game: Fire Dept., 913. Ind. series: E. Riggs, 573. Ind. game: E. Riggs, 245. TOPETTE LEAGUE W L Fire Department 61 28 Everett Koehler 61 28 Copeland & Hild 56 34 Horn's Standard 48 42 Dick's Place 44 46 Moore's Insurance 42 48 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 40 50 Wilham Construction 37 53 Huston & Paolone 35 55 Hathorn's Variety 25 65 Team series: Koehler's, 2149. Team game: Koehler's, 771. Ind. game: L. Turner 211. Ind. series: M. Patterson, HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., April 5) Pts. Hanslow's Standard Service 131 Stahl Bros. 117 B. M.A. 114 Hilltop Bowl 114 Logan Farm Service 110 Budweiser 103 Wolcott's Soft Water 103 Mt. Pulaski Fr. Gr. & Elev. 87 , Rocky Fold 86 Curtis Oil Co. 85 High game: Wm. McKinley, 266 High series: Win. McKinley, 624 Team game: Hanslow's, 993. Team series: Hanslow's, 2663. CHURCHES St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Re,,. Edward M. lrewer. Pc-tar Mass Sunday, April 9 at 10 a.m. Cornerstone laying at the new St. Thomas Aquinas Catholic Church on Sunday/April 9, at 3 p.m. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. SW2.5965 Sun., 9: a.m. Sunday School and Bible Class for all ages. 10 a.m. Worship Services John 20, 18-20. "O That We Would See Christ" Student Arthur Stennett of Illi- opolis in charge. Mon., 7:30 p.m. AAL Insurance Membership. THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick. Minister It's Getting Time for that Annual ringTune-up Bring Your Car in Before the Spring Rush starts and have us put it in first class shape. HOLMES GARAGE Mount Pulaski. Illinois 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 axn. Morning Worship Sermon: "Stewardship of Loyal- ty" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour. 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "The 'Triple A' of Stewardship" Announcements The Senior CYH will meet at the church at 5:30 p.m. this Sun- day for a time of recreation and discussion. The Junior CYH and the Adult study groups will meet at 6:30 p.m. The Teachers and Officers of the Bible School will meet on Monday night, April 10, at 8:00 p.m., at the church. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School 9:30 a.m. Worship Service 10:30 a.m. You are cordially invited to all our services. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Sandra Emery was home for Easter vacation from U. of I. to anymore for she went to De- catur Wednesday and purchased a car. Mr. and Mrs Chas. Cross were surprised by her folks Tuesday, March 28, for their silver anni- versary. They were presented with a silver tray. Present were Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks of Mt. Pulaski; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Knop of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harding and Mrs. Esther Burks of Warrensburg; Judy Sue Cross of Decatur. Evening callers were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Albert. A letter from Mrs. Henry Davis, I Tucson. :riz., have a new address. ] A big oil company bought the I trailer court and all had to move I across road and short distance. I Address now is 4020 N. Oracle I Rd., Tucson, Ariz. They had a dinner recently in the park. Sev- eral Illinois folk present. 18 in all. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Shoemak- er, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Reiter- man, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gray, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ash, Mr. and Mrs. John Greenfield, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Long and son, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Schroeder. The Shoemaker's and the Reiterman's took Mr. and Mrs. Davis out to dinner on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Del Southern of Special services at Center Chap- Bloomington were home for the el Sunday A.L Two baptisms Spring vacation, and five conxertions from the 14 present at Home Bureau at Mrs. Pearl Trowbridges, Tuesday. Assistant Home Adviser gave les- son on colors . carpets, drapes, etc. Hostess served a real lunch. Mrs. Howard Heft accompanied Mrs. Wm. Heft and Tom to Flora Tuesday to bring Patricia home for Easter vacation. Won't need weeks meeting. Harmony's Supt. was pleased with the increase in attendance reached the goal and one over. Special piano num- bers by Sandra Williams and Pamela Heft. Mr. and Mrs. John Rau sent two lovely Easter Lilies in memory of his mother. The Clark's brought a beautiful yel- J low chrysanthemum I fore, nice yet for Easter. J ated by all. WSWS meets April 13 with Wilbur Rau. April fooled? Winter with freezing Thursday rain Friday A.M. Farmers Monday till Friday. More ice  A urday A.M. Froze hard, bird naxae  er frozen solid Sunday A.M. ads wi but cold 21  beautiful sunrise they , Monday, too. N.W. wind, Wecln strong. Nice, clear Tuesday. . ,, PO SJ 1-Year POR SA Phone POll SA Bu Clean, Easy-Picking roll s PIONEER Corn... ORDER YOUR8 FROM-- Rufus Arney CORNLAND, ILLINOIS asl, rang. totter, dition PO) S e'aw SOnab F01 S gtde ws; Parts. qualil Sch llee. ear , WHAT PROGRAMS DID YOU WATCH WHEN YOU WERE LITTLE, MAMA? It's even easy for ss to forget that TV's so new. Yet most of our won- derful electric servants have been developed in just one generation! As still more new ones come along, it's good to know that there will be plenty of electricity to run them. And the more new appli- ances you use, the less your eleo- tricity will cost per average kilo- watt-hour. Doesn't that make electricity just about the biggest bargain your budget?