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Let's Go Bowling ! BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon., April 10) Pt .laski Products 166 Elevator 145 Construction Co. 144 Transfer 143 Insurance 139 Hybrids 132 Fork Grain Co. 123 BrOs. Implement 116 Lumber Co. 103 series: Farmers Elevator, 2473. game: Farmers Elevator, !: 871. series: R. Hoimes, 549. R. Holmes, 211. STRILE2"IS LEAGIr- (Fri., April 7) (Ftn Stand.s) W L Const/Co. 58 31 Beauty Shop 56 34 National Bank 50 40 Insurance 46 44 Pulaski Grain Co. 43 47 Elevator 42 47 Auto 39 50 Stahl Bros. 39 50 Market 38 52 Trucking 37 52 game: K. McCain, 234. High series: K. McCain, 593. High team: 1st National Bank, 2217. Nine Lincoln Mount Pulaski high school nine defeated Lincoln school team, 8 to 3, in a played at Lincoln Tuesday scored first In the top of the third inning when made three runs on doubles Romer and Gillum, and by Walcott. ncoln scored three runs in half of the third inning on walks and three errors. The Hilltoppers scored once in fifth inning and four times in sixth, as Lincoln's pitcher, Heinzel walked three men, two were made behind him and singled. Dick Romer out 11 Lincoln batters and only one hit, in collect- the victory. , ]z]mdd AB R H 3 1 1 3 1 1 4 1 1 4 0 1 4 0 0 4 1 0 2 1 0 2 1 0 3 2 2 Totals 29 8 6 NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Weant of Saybrook, was here Wednesday. and Mrs. Fred Kessler of Wood, near Chicago, were guests Saturday of the Rau's and for supper and with Mr. and Mrs. Rau. meets Thursday with Wilbur Rau. Council of Ad- meets Tuesday night 18 at Harmony (Monday at Bring reports for Jan. March. Y.P. begins a Bible Study Sunday evening, meet every weeks. N. wind Wednesday. Ice containers Thursday Friday a.m.'s. Nice Friday Rain and snow a.m. - all day. Largest ever saw. Soon melted by Sun so bright Monday. wind. Agent: A person who a revolving door behind and leaves it before you. Small Town: A place where ever happens, but what hear makes up for it. i 111. DAY, AP'sm. IS, 1961 SlL-TENNIAL LETTER COMMENTS 26 Poplar Road Larchmont, N. Y. Congratulations to the Citizens of Mount Pulaski on the coming Sil-Tennial Celebration. We are enclosing our contribution for its support. Gene and I feel very proud to acknowledge the won- derful hometown as our birth- place. May I present the name of a Sil-Tennial Belle whom I feel has contributed so much to- ward the betterment of the com- munity and family life, through her untiring efforts and time giv- en to others -- I salute Mrs. Wil- bur Stoll. With kind regards, Eugene G. and Eleanor B. Laughery. Box 1265 Tryon, N.C. Enclosed is my contribution to become a charter member of the Sil-Tennial Souvenir Edition. Mrs. Arthur Brittain. Winthrop, Mass. Enclosed is our contribution for the Sil-Tennial Association. Our very best wishes. Dr. and Mrs. Richard C. Ey. 1174 No. E1 Molina " Pasadena, Calif. We are planning to join all of you folks to help celebrate the big Sil-Tennial. Enclosing a check for our contribution and also glad to receive a copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best Wishes, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Triebel. 5535 Dunham Downers Grove, Ill. Let me suggest that your Sil- Tennial Edition include a map of the town, showing street nam- es. This would be of help to those old time residents who knew that the streets did have names, but were seldom used. This would al- so be of help to the old timers in reading subsequent issues of the Times- News. Enclosed is our contribution for a bound copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best Wishes, Mr. and Mrs. Donald A. Drum. R. R. No. 1 Rochester, Ill. I am enclosing a check for the bound copy of the Souvenir Edi. tion. My parents (both deceased) were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Bogg s. They lived around Mt. Pulaski all their married life. I am their youngest daughter, Sylvia. We hope to attend the Sil-Tennial. Mrs. Fred Morman. 346 Central Ave. Decatur, Ill. Enclosed is our contribution for a bound copy of the Souvenir Edition. Best Wishes. Ed R. Buehler. Rock Island, Ill. Find enclo our check for the two books; the bound Souve- nir Edition and the one by Mrs. Gayland Green, "And She Held Forth Her Hand." Frank P. Morgan 1827 - 2nd Ave. 2904 N. University Peoria, Illinois Always have a warm spot in my memories of the "old home town" which I enjoyed so much in my younger days. Am enclos- ing a check to help make it one of the best celebrations Mount Pulaski has ever had. Albert H. Suedmeier. 9310 Ardmore Dr. St. Louis 37, Mo. Sorry I'm late in sending this contribution, but hope the Sil- Tennial is a great success, and hope to be able to attend. Barbara Schellert Mrs. Rosemary Bode and children ' Chicago, Illinois I am sending my contribution toward the Sil-Tennial celebra- tion. I am a native of the Mr. Pulaski vicinity, being a descend- ant of the Gillett, Whittle, Scrog- gin and Buckles families and am much interested in the celebra- tion. I hope to be present in July. I want two of the bound copras reserved, one for Mrs. Allen Cain, cio. Mrs. Frank Durkes, Box 83, in Mexico, Indiana, and one for myself. Everyone seems to be working hard to make the cele- bration a success. I am sure it will be. i May Whittle Bush The Embassy Apt. 1010 2756 N. Pine Grove Ave. Chicago 14, Ill. 5177 E. Wm. St. Rd. Decatur, Illinois Enclosed is our contribution for Does Your Car Have a Case of SPRIN6 FEVERP If it has, you better bring it to "Doctor" Hayes and let his "Hospital" staff get right to work on it and have it fully "cured". Let us get rid of those "aches and pains" that have accumulated this winter. a Bound Copy of the Souvenir Edition. Mrs. Ada Connelly and Mrs. Dorothy Palmer. SIL-TENNIAL BELLES CHORUS PRACTICE APRIL 17 The Sil-Tennial Belles Chorus will practice at the township library, on Monday, April 17th at 7 p.m. Members please note change of time. NOTE OF THANKS We want to thank all of our friends and relatives, who helped with the chores and in any other way, also for the many cards and letters received, while I (Ellis) was a patient at the St. Clara's and St. John's hospitals. It was all deeply appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Ellis Bredenstiner. Babysitter: A person who gets a dollar an hour to watch old movies on TV. Happiness: A by-product of try- ing to be .useful. FINGERS MANGLED POTATO PLANTING Everett Rothwell, tips of the middle finger on hand Monday of last week he accidentally grabbed of a potato planter, while in process of saving himself fall. He had been planting toes with his brother, C. W. well on the latter's farm, time of the accident. He taken to a physician where eral stitches were taken to the wounds, then removed ALM hospital where he for a couple of days. 1861-1961 CARD OF THANKS We want to thank our and relatives for the words sympathy, the flowers and other kindnesses extended at the time of the death loved one, Mrs. Louella Brown. The History rides the Illinois Central Q This spring and summer you may join many others visiting historic landmarks in Mid- America. We hope you ride the Illinois Central, the railroad that history rode a hundred years ago. In those years the fortunes of war ebbed and flowed along the spidery-thin rails now united as the Illinois Central, whose heavier rails today carry the fortunes of peace for Mid-America. Riding our trains or watching them pass, you may recall the names of many who went from these lines to war... Confederate Gen- eral Beauregard, who ordered the first shot fired on Fort Sumter; General McClellan of the Union Armies; Confederate Secretary of State Benjamin; an Illinois Central lawyer named Lincoln. Remember, too, that an early Illinois Central troop train carried to war a shabby storekeeper named Grant. Military people call the war of the North and South the first modem war, the first in which men and munitions moved en masse by rail. The first battle of Bull Run shifted from defeat to victory for the South when trains rolled up decisive reinforcements. Those were youthful years for Mid-America and for this railroad.., the seed years of to- day's prosperous land of farms, factories, mines and forests. North and South have grown as one land, laced together by the lines of the Illinois Central. That's why we epjoy being called the Main Line of Mid-America. WAYNE A. JomsTON Pres/dent ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD HAYES GARAGE Phone SW2-5716 Mount Pulaski. IlL h Will . Wegh, 1. II. 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