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21, 1951 MOUNT PULASEI - NEWS, MOUNT PUI.ASIL ILLINOIS P&GE" $ ' SCHOOL WINS FG&E--11-8 team, made.up of players of the local won their sec- of the season, Thurs- from the Farmers by a score of "team was leading stages of the game, staged an upris- sixth inning to put on ice with six runs. entirely whipped eanne back strong to three runs and had in the seventh to lead to only three )itched the first and was replaced by AB R H ss .................. 5 3 3 5 0 0 lb ........................ 5 1 2 ...................... 5 1 1 .......................... 5 2 2 .5 1 1 ............................ 3 0 0 ..................... ,2 1 0 .......................... 2 2 0 Total 37 11 EV. AB R H .......................... 3 1 1 c[ .................... 4 2 21 3b ................ 4 2 ,  ............................ 3 1 .......................... 3 1 ......................... .4 0 lb ................ 3 0 .......................... 3 0 ........................... 3 0 P .................. 1 1 Tota ls 31 8 WHIPPED & MYERS sOftball team won a OVer Swain & Myers a]; the Tomlinson behind the AB .................. 4 2 ........................ 4 2 c ............... 4 1 4 2 3 0 ............. I ...................... l 1 P .................... 4 I Totals 31 11 AB R 2b .............. 5 1 ....................... 5 0 lb .............. 4 0 .......................... 3 0 c .................... 3 0 f ............... 4 1 ff ........................ 4 1 ....................... 3 1 sa .................. 4 0 Totals 35 4 R H 2 1 0 1 0 TOMLINSON NINE DEFEATS OLIVERS A redhot scoring game was won Tuesday night at the Rec- reation Center when Tomlinson's managed by Everett Sams, won a 13 to 11 victory over Schroth's Olivers. This was the Tomlinson team's first appearance and they are power-laden. The Olivers maintained a good lead over their opponents until the fifth when their 8 to 2 mar- gin was cut down to size and the game tied at 8.8 when four hits and two walks netted six runs. Olivers fought back in the sixth to score three runs on a walk, an error and Billy Mill- er's homerun smash to lead 11.8. Tomlinson's came right back in their half of the sixth to capital- ize on three walks and a hard hit single by Slack, pinchhitting that got away from the left- fielder to allow four runs to score. Another run was added to make the count 13-11 and that was the ball game. Bo-Jac's play Drake's Farmers Grain & Elevator team tonight. June 26---Hoblit's vs Olivers. June 28--Farmers Gr. & Elev. vs. Sams. July 3---Olivers vs Bo-Jac5s. July 5--Tomlinson vs Hoblits. These is a rainout game be- tween Bo-Jae and Tomlinson to R 0 1 Kinert, 3b ........................ 2 2 Manes, ss ....................... 3 3 Horn, If ........................... 2 3 Myrick, cf ........................ 5 0 Copeland, rf ................... 3 1 Camden, c ........................ 3" 1 Slack, c .......................... 1 1 Shull, p ............................ 4 1 1 l be played-off. 0 i Tomli.son AB 1 Gaffney, lb ...... 4 1 [ Werntz, 2b ....... 3 0 0 0 1 Totals 30 13 Olivers AB R Froschauer, If ................ 3 2 L. K. Buckles, If ............ 1 0 Hagenbuch, cf ................ 3 1 West, 2b ............................ 2 1 D. Connolley, 3b ............ 4 1 Miller, p .......................... 4 2 Huff, lb ............................ 4 0 McCain, c ........................ 3 1 Grathwohl. p .................. 1 0 Shrader. rf ....................... .2 2 O'Brien, ss ...................... 4 1 Schroth ........... .1 0 i Totals 32 11 [ H 1 0 0 1 1 3 0 1 1 1 9 H 1 1 1 0 1 3 0 1 0 I 1 0 10 I WOMAN'S CLUB MEMBERSHIP 10 DEADLINE IS SEPT. 1 H The membership committee of 1 the Mount Pulaski Woman's 0club requests that the annual 2  dues of $2.00 be made to the 1 I treasurer, Mrs. Francis Myrick, 0' before September 1st. 0 ! The year books are to be print- 1 ed earlier this year and the 0 membership list mustbe corn- 2 pletetd by above date. Prospect- ive members should contact the 7 membership chairman, Mrs. L. W. Lucas. 00IDDIE I AND AMUSEMENT PARK KIDDIE MERRY-GO-ROUND ALL RIDES Kiddie Boat Ride 9c Kiddie Car Ride Miniature Train Live Ponies Concession Stand Popcorn, Etc. BY-PASS 66 -- JUNCTION 29 Near Drive-In Theatre SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS Days, 6 P. M. -- Sat., Sun., Holidays, 2 P. M. Gave Bridal Shower I For Shtrley Rogers ] A bridal shower was given in] the Legion Home Thursday, June | 14, at 7 o'clock, honoring Miss[ Shirley Rogers, daughter of Mr. ! and Mrs. Nelson Rogers of So. I Marion street. A number of games were played and refresh- ments were served. Shirley re- ceived many beautiful gifts. Hostesses were: Mrs. George ] Rogers, Mrs. Dean Wilham, Mrs. Jess Litterly, Mrs. Jack Bohn and Mrs. Raymond Gee. l There were out-of-town guests present from Lincoln, Lake Fork, Cornland, Illiopolis, Springfield, and from Connecticut. Rev. Neumeyer to Iowa Wedding Ceremony Rev. and Mrs. F. E. Nelmeyer made an auto trip to Burlington, Iowa, June 16, where the former performed the marriage of their niece Miss Mary Carolyn Lotz, daughter of Prof. and Mrs. Ed- win Lotz. Prof. Lotz is a brother of Mrs. Neumeyer. The groom was William Reed of Commerce, Mo. The young couple will live in Burlington. The ceremony was performed in the Grace Methodist church in the Iowa city, where Rev. Neumeyer had solemnized the marriage of the bride's parents just 20 years ago this month. That was the first marriage held in the new church at that time. APPRECIATION During the days I was a pati-] ent in St. John's hospital, Spring- field, and since returning to my home near Mount Pulaski, I re. ceived many cards, letters, flow-[ ers and gifts from friends and t relatives. I greatly appreciate i their thoughtfulness and wish to I express my sincere thanks. I Mrs. Edward Gimbel. I NOW BETTER THAN EVER[ DURM0 "THE FINISH ETERNAL" USE DURMO... Exterior and Interlor, wherever you would use a clear varnish. For refinishing furni- lure, table and cabinet tops, floor boats, etc. Easy to apply. Dries quickly to a clear, beautiful, marproof gloss finish. J.M. Rothwell Lbr. Co. 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