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I i i -4-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, MAY 6, 1971 Nit. Pulaski Defeated By Dee - Mack 7 - 2 Dee-Mack handed Mt. Pulaski a 7 - 2 non-conference setback on the winners' diamond Mon- day afternoon. Mark Dannenberger, Mt. Pub aski's outstanding hitter and one of the top pitchers, was injured in a collision along the first base line and is believed to have broken a collar bone. Dannen- berger is expected to be out of action for four to six weeks which means his high school career has been completed. Dee-Mab.k scored three times in the first and third innings and that was enough as the HiU- toppers were unable to sustain any kind of hitting attack. Mt. Pulaski (2) ab r h Sheehan 4 0 0 Dannenberger 2 1 1 Blackburn 2 0 0 Werth 4 1 2 Anderson 3 0 0 Jaggi 3 0 1 Kelley 3 0 0 St. Pierre 1 0 0 Byrne 3 0 0 M. Durst 3 0 2 Total 28 2 6 Dee-Mack (7) ab r h Martin 3 1 1 Mountjoy 3 1 1 Schroeder 3 2 I Nafziger 1 2 0 Abbott 2 O- l Aeschliman 3 I 3 may 3 o o Spangler 3 0 I Jacobs 3 0 O Total 24 7 8 INOREASE STORE PROFITS by Display Advertimg in the TIMES NES i,i: LAURA LYNN, 6, and JERRY PAUL, 4, are the children of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Schmidt of rural Chestnut. Grandparents are Mrs. Paul Schmidr, Mr. and Mrs Merle Lucas, all of Mt. Pulaski. Great-grandmother is Mrs, Mary Guffey. Anl 1O1tO1  Opportunities available im- mediately for young men on the world's largest Air lines, the Air Force. No experience necessary, just the desire to learn. The Air Force has o of the freest training programs found any- where, in virtually every skill If you are interested in becom- hag a skilled craftsman while re- ceiving such benefits as good pay, 30 days paid vacation, ex- tensive travel and most of all the opportunity to become a qualified technician, the Air Force is for you. Call Sergeant Bill Stone, your local Air Force representative at 428-5031, or stop by his office located at 142 W. Wood Street, Decatur, Illinois. Find yourself the skill of a life time - fred yourself in the United States Air Force. OF THE MONTH ONLY 2!!OH FIVE-WEB FOLDING LAWN CHAIR Buy enough for guests in your outdoor "living room". Deluxe, steel reinforced cool white plastic arm rests; mirror finished squared aluminum tubing. Refreshing lime green/white color, jacquard-type webbing. Lightweight to tote on outings; folds flat to store easily. STAHL HARDWARE Mr. PULASKI I I | | III I II | CARD OF THANKS With sincere appreciation, we wish to thank our friends and relatives for thoir prayers, words of sympathy, floral offerings, and the many other kindnesses extended to us during the tragic loss of our beloved one, Merlin Kermett. May God bless each and every one. The Family J AIdZD SmIU Army Private Edward E. Hagenbuch, 20, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter E. Hagenbuch, Jr., 509 N. Garden St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois, recently was assigned to the 2rid Armored Division at Ft. Hood, Texas. Pvt. Hagenbuch is a member of Battery C 5th Battalion of the Division's 14th He entered the t J of this year and was ;eltl tioned at Ft. Plk, La., wl received basic training. He is a 1968 graduate ofl Pulaski Township High S OPEN Till 4:00P.M. On MO00'S DAY WE WILL HAVE A LARGER ON OF SALADS AND FOO FOR MOTHER ON HER SPECIAL DAY. ALL M 80 YEAilS OR OLD WILL BE SERVED A FREE biEAlJ BARNHART CAFE biT. PULA..q, ILLINOIS All about Money The World's Largest Coin Until recently, natives of the island of Yap, in the Pacific Ocean, used large stone wheels for money. This 100 pound stone, 30 inches in diameter, is the largest "coin" in the world. On Yap, it bought 10,000 coconuts or an 18 foot canoe or a wife. YOU MAY NOT HAVE NEED FOR 10,000 COCO- NUTS' BUT YOU MAY HAVE NEED FOR A NEW HOME. THAT'S WHERE THE PROFESSIONALS AT LINCOLN SAVINGS CAN BE OF HELP. LOAN COUNSELORS THAT KNOW REAL ESTATE VALUES AND THAT KNOW HOW TO TAILOR A HOME LOAN TO FIT YOUR INDIVIDUAL NEED, CIRCUMSTANCE AND BUDGET. YOU'LL LIKE DOING BUSINESS WITH PEOPLE WHO CARE ABOUT YOU. t E;avmos AND LOAN ASSOCIATION Saaamoa  rood Hncoln, Illinois 62656 Ph: 735-2326