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4--.TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL THSDAYo MAY 4. 1961 HIGH SCHOOL NINE DISTRICT TOURNEY High school baseball opened this week with the locals los. ing here, to McLean, 8 to 6. Drake started and was relieved by Schueler. Walks hurt the locals aS did five errors. The locals go to Beason this afternoon and to Atlanta Friday. e district tourney will start londay with the Hilltoppers !playing Niantic at 4 o'clock. The ,winner will play Warrensburg- Latham Tuesday. Games will be played at Latham. Mason City defeated the locals 9 to 0 yesterday. The tennis team made a clean sweep of the Lakeview matches there, the first of the week. Singles Hanslow (M) beat Brilley (L), :S- 6-1. Scroggin (M) beat Hardwick (L), 6.2, 6-1. Berg (M) beat Buerger (L), 6-0, 6-0. Downing (M) beat Monska (L), 0-7, 6-1. Messersmith (M) beat Easter- i lng (L), 6-4, 3-6, 6-3. Doubles : Hanslow.Scroggin beat Hartwig Cole, 6-0, 6-1. Berg-Downing beat Monska- Rlcherts, 6-4, called. --Complete line of Carter's for in. rants emd chfldzen. Also, shoes,  sets, bonnets and gift itwus. Huston & Paolone Women's Apparel We give S & H Green Staml I COLORED PICTURES TO BE TAKEN MAY 21 OF SIL-TENNIAL Colored individual or group pic- tures in Sil-Tennial Attire will be taken Sunday, May 21, at 1 pan. DST), at the Library, by a photographer from Springfield. The photographer will furnish felt background in two shades of blue and bright red. He is coming to this city, so that local people will not have to take the time and trouble to dress.up and make a trip to an out.of-town studio. Family pictures can be taken, or group (such as kitchen band or chorus) as long as they are in Sil-Tennial clothes. You may call at the Library and make an ap- pointment with the photographer on that day. Prices are: Individual (or coup- les) 5x7 - $5.50 with two pictures in folders; Individual or close- up of head and shoulders of couple and 8 billfold size, $5.50; Group picture, 8x10 - $4.00. Any further questions concern- ing the pictures, contact Mrs. Os- wald Brooker, Belles Secretary, or Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker, the Sil- Tennial Secretary. APPRECIATION I want to thank all friends and neighbors who recently did my plowing. It was deeply appreci- ated. Mrs. Mildred Campbell. Sell it with a Classified Ad. I Mrs. John Bender, Sr., returned I George Snyder went W E A T H E R :tO her home Monday, from AIM ]hospital Monday for n e(l hospital, Lincoln, where she had ltention. been a medical patient several [ Mrs. Glenn Hassebrock This Thursday morning was days, I catur, is a surgical patien a repeat of previous days. We're Mrs. Arthur Long, city, was ad- I Decatur - Macon county h still looking for warm weather, mitred Monday to AL Mhospital ]She had an emergency aI The weather cooled down quite i ,v--medical treatment. /operation evening. a bit Monday night and the Tuesday morning temperature read around 35. Sun came out, wind was mild and a beautiful day was had. GRADE SCHOOL LUNCHES FOR MAY 8th to 12th Monday: Hot dog on bun, pork and beans, carrot stick, cake with sauce, milk. Tuesday: Meat loaf, green beans, banana salad, bread and butter, milk. Wednesday: Meat salad sand- wich, creamed peas, cookie, sweetened cherries, milk. Thursday: Creamed turkey on biscuit, lettuce and french dre- ing, peaches, bread and butter, milk. Friday: Cheese and spaghetti, red bean salad, apricots, peanut butter sandwich, milk HOSPITAL ,00NEWS Dan. J. Fuhrer was removed to the St. Clara's hospital in the Schahl ambulance, Sunday, for medical treatment. Arthur Long was admitted last weekend to St. John' hospital in Springfield, for medical care. Mrs. Pearl Waddell was remov- ed to the ALM hospital Sunday night in the Schahl for medical attention. Harry (Bud) Mason was to the ALM hospital Saturday evening in the Schahl ambulance after his car went out of control near the Oscar Auer farm. Steve S. Patterson underwent surgery Friday in the DMC hos- pital, Decatur. A daughter, Mrs. $ohn  Mohr, of Dubuque, Ia, came for a week.end stay with her parents, accompanied by her daughter, Mrs. Robert Schmitt. Im  YlmsWm. "HEY FELLAS" SOLVE YOUR MOTHER'S DAY GIFT PR OBLEM GET HER THIS G.E. Portable SPECIAL YOU GET A DELUXE DISHWASHER Retails at $279.95 FOR $2199s 1- 32-1x:. Sef of, Dishes AddifioMI $25.00 Refund if You Keep If "NO MORE DISHWATER HANDS WITH G r-. DISHWASHER" STAHL HARDWARE MOUNT PULASKI. ILL. r The New Look in Telephone Numbers In the last issue we told you that the telephone numbers for Mt. Pulaski, Latham and Chestnut will be changed to seven figure numbers begin- ning Sept. 1st and that we would explain your code area number is this issue. YOUR CODE AREA NUMBER IS "217" Each state is divided into one or more "AREAS" with each area having a different number. Our area, which is in the central part of Illinois, is known as, CODE AREA 217 and all telephones in this area will have the same code area number "217". You do not, under any circumstances, dial your own area code number. This is for the conveni- ence of anyone making calls to you from out- side your area. FOR FASTER SERVICE Always give your code area number to anyone outside your area, because they can dial you di- rect although you cannot dial them direct, not until 1962. For long distance calls within your area, give the operator just the number you are calling. For calls outside your area, give the operator :the area code number (if known) with the tele- phone number you are calling. When you obtain a telephone number from out- side your area be sure and ask for their area code number. In the Sept. 1st issue of our new directory there will be maps showing the code areas and their numbers along with instructions and explanations. If you want additional information or if you have any questions, please feel free to call us. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company PHONE SW 2-56_18 COME IN AND REGISTER FOR OUR DOOR PRIZE TO BE AWARDED AT 10 P.M. SATURDAY EN HOUSE Saturday, May 16 WE HAVE RECENTLY REMODELED AND ADDED NEW EQUIPMENT COME IN AND SEE US!! " SPECIAL 1 Sale SATURDAY ONLY Buy One Sundae at Regular Price of 7qc ONE FOR lUST ............. T-Bone Steaks _$2.25 Shrimp .............. $1.25 Fried Chicken...$1.25 Hamburgers ........ 20c --- HOME MADE PIES -- TOM'S COFFEE SHOP Q Slrq