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L-q-$oNEWS, Moumt Pulaski, IlL, THUBSDAT, /UNE 15, INI Let's Go Bowli.g ! SUMMER LEAGUES (Mixed Doubles) W L ws 8 4 TIU Goofers 8 4 Wackers 7 5 Oeps 7 5 Enders 7 5 The Dubs 6 6 RolaO Ruckers 5 7 Bowl Better Co. 4 8 The Daubtfuls 4 8 Potatoes 4 8 High Game: Dean Tate ; Ruby McKinley, 195. '. High Series: Wm. McKin 1549; Ruby McKinley, 492. Team Game: Alley Oops, AUSTIN NEWS By Hattio Km A number from here attended the Johnston-Sullivan wedding in the Christian Church in Harris- town Sunday afternoon. The E. B. Lewis family' of Cor- pus Christi, Texas, have been vis- iting her sister Mrs. Ann White, in Decatur and the Goretzke's and friends here. They visited the Aubrey Taylors at Lebanon and on to St. Louis Saturday. E. B. left by plane for Texas. Mrs. Lewis and three children will re- main for a longer visit here. Gloria Stogsdill, who will be a senior next year at Warrensburg- Latham H.S. has won a scholar- ship to attend basic science course this summer at Southern Illinois University. She received it on the basis of scholastic apti- tude in math and science. She is the daughter of Mrs. Gerald Rau. Congratulations, Gloria. Specials Sunday for S. S. was Team Series: The Doubt- 1915. : LEAGUE SCORES CubS, 11 - Cards, 8. Winning pitcher: Hanslow. Losing pitcher: Gary Jackson Homo Run - Hanslow. Braves, 21; Indians, 20. Winning pitcher, Zimmermann Losing pitcher, Larry Bowles Home runs, Ronald Bowls, Dan- ny Phillips, Norman Wilham, and Larry Bowles. White Sox, 25; Yankees, 7. Winning pitcher: Hagenbuch Losing pitcher: Martin Indians, 7; Cards, 6. Winning pitcher: Larry Bowles. Losing pitcher: Gary Jackson. Cubs, 9; White Sox, 4. Winniitg pitcher: Hanslow. Losing pitcher, Hagenbueh. Braves, 20; Yankees, 14. WRing pitcher: Zimmermann. Lesg pitcher: Martin. STANDINGS W L as .................................... 2, 0 Cubs ..................................... 2 0 Indians ..................................... 1 1 White SOx ................................ 1 1 Cards .......................................... 0 2 Yankees .................................... 0 2 FUNERAL SERVICES : FOR CORk TRACY Funeral services for Mrs. Cora L. Tracy, 76, who formerly lived between Comland and Wflliams- vtlle, were held in the Schahl Funeral Home, Mount Pulaski, at . 1:30 pxn. Friday, June 9, conduct- by the Rev. Gordon B. White, pastor of the First Methodist Church of Normal. Mrs. Tracy lived with her dau- Mrs. Joseph Lantz, in Nor- and died there at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday, June 9, 1961. Two hymns, "Be Still My Soul" and "The Lord's Prayer" were sung by Paul R. Moore, Mt. Pul- aski, with organ accompaniment by Mrs. J. H. Stuart. Interment was made in Rose- Cemetery, east of Spring- : field. Pallbearers, all nephews, Ralph and Ernest Wilson, and Frederick Hummel, and Gerald MacMurdo. BOYS IN SERVICE John Reeves, son of Mr. and Wilford Reeves of Latharn, in the Air Force, stationed in His address is AB John AF 17586260, FLT. 744, BMTS, Box 1527 Lackland Force Base, San Antonio, Tex- B. CE REGIONAL L O. O. F. MEE'/2NG The Odd Fellows of the Central Region, and their families, will meet Saturday night, June 17th, in the lodge hall at Lincoln, at 8 p.m. The evening will be devoted to entertainment featuring among others, a barbershop quartet, the Yachtsmen, from Decatur. The square dance club of Kenney, a part of the Dance Revue recently held in Springfield, and pictures of the United Nations trip for Odd Fellow children. All Odd Fellows, their families and friends, are invited. CHURCHES THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Rurdlc Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 am. Morning Worship Sermon: 'Let's Get Invoiced!" 7:30 p.m. VBS Program. . ANNOI/NCMtlF-W' . KAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm Management A. W. Schaffenacker Dial SW 2-5655 Comer Coolm & Springs St MOUNT lqJI.ASKL HiT- a piano number by Connie South- Our 6:30 groups will not meet ern and a h n b the men, as this Sunday night, because of the next Sunday iYs Faer's Day and I VBS program. no services here, hope some will l The closing program for our go to Center Chapel's all-dayl Vacation_ Bible School. will be service; was sent a special invi-Iheld on Sunday mght, June 18, tation, l at 7:30 p.m. Following the pro- Harmony -- Center is due for a new pastor, as ours for past two years has accepted a position as one of five religious counselors for the States maximum Security Industrial School for Boys at Sheridan. He left Monday for there. Mrs. and three children will remain here until last of June. Will miss those good ser- mons. Annual conference at O1- hey June 20th. The Y. F. banquet was areal one, Friday night. Six women pre- pared and served the supper. The basement was decorated. The service and speaker's message were enjoyed. A week of thunder storms, rain and once had some hail. Turned so warm Saturday - 90 in De- catur. Sunday was another, to 93 , and Monday another. Had dense fog Friday A. M. Say a dry spell coming so better save and not waste that water. Few clouds over Monday afternoon, helped - sun bums 94 at 5:30 pm. Beautiful sunsets. Mrs. Nell Goretzke gave a Col. fee, Tuesday morning, for her sis- ter. Mrs. Vera Lewis of Texas. Several ladies from the commun- ity were present. Mrs. Lewis and children plan to start home next Monday. DATES AS SWEETS The sweetness o! candy and the healthful qualities of ruit are combined in dates. gram workbooks and handiwork will be on display. Refreshments, consisting of cupcakes, ice cream and a drink will be served to everyone. The Logan County Christian Men's Club will meet at the At- lanta Christian Church on Mon- day night, June 19. Supper will be served at 6:30 pxn., and a pro- gram ,,viii follow at 7:30 p.m. The Loyal Daughters will meet at the Church on Tuesday, June 20, at 2 pJm. The ladies of the Church have been invited to the 50th annivers- ary observance of the Ladies Aid of the Comland Christian Church on Wednesday, June 21, at 2 p.m. Prayer meeting and choir prac- tice on Wednesday night at 7:30 and 8:30 o'clock. St. THOMAS AQUINAS Mass on Sunday, Juno 18, will be held at 10 am. (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. Klrclm Ph. PY6.ql 1 9:30a.rn. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 am. Worship Service You are invited to worship with US. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Bey. Mmqn Rothe Pb. SW2-5965 Sun., 9:00 axn. Sunday School Classes for all age groups. NEW DIRECTORY TO BE PUBUSHED Our new directory will be printed in the next few weeks. Please check your present listings for correctness. If you wish any changes or per. haps an extra listing CALL OUR BUSINESS OFF. ICE SW 2-5618. Mount Pulaski Telephone Oompany 10 a.n Worship Services 5 pan. Ice Cream Social spon- sored by Walther Leaguers. 7:30 p.m. Closing exercises of Vacation Bible School. COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 axn.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 pxn.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.--Church Services METHODIST Cltffl Smith, Past 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship St. JOHNJ LUTHERAN Ray O. Z Sunday School Worship Service A cordial invitation is ed to all. DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ Prescribed - Contact Lenses 510 BROJEDWAT UNCOLN, IILUNOIS MEAT SPECIALS! BEEF ROASTS . choice cuts ....... lb. PORK TENDERLOIN ................... _lb. FRESH COUNTRY SAUSAGE ........ lb. GROUND BEEF ...................... 3-1bs. Last Chance to Order Your Michigan Strawberries PLACE YOUR ORDER NOW!! BLACK ANGUS BEEF SALE /z BEEF . Choice .............................. lb. HIND QUARTER. _.lb. FRONT QUARTER ........................... lb. -- Closed Saturday at Noon -- 4 MT. PULASm FOOD LOClC00 PHONE SW 2-S419 MOUNT PULASKI .:. SUMMER DRIVING DAYS ARE HERE! These long, hot summer days you'll be s your car more for pleasure trips mid driv s,-m the family. Assure yourself of rofme driving fun by bringing your car here first complete check.up. P.s.. Dorr LET TInS COOL WEAT s FOOL YOU I HAYES GA RA G Phone SW 2,5716 Mount PulaskL