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Mount PulaskL m. THURSDAY, JUNE 29, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! SUMMER LEAGUES (Mixed Doubles) W L 11 7 Dubs 11 7 Alley Oops 10 8 Enders 10 8 Bowl Better Co. 9 9 Doubtfuls 9 9 J.h Whackers 9 9 O'Ruckers 8 10 The Goofers 8 10 lAttle Potatoes 5 13 High Game: Paul Schahl, 245; Pat Lucas, 194. High Series: Robert Holm- s: es, 603; Helen Dickersen, 511. Team Game: Bowl Better Co., 730. Team Series: Bowl Better Co., 2071. Uffle League W L Cubs 3 1 Indians 3 1 White Sox 3 1 Cards 2 3 Braves 2 3 Yanks none 4 June 23: Cubs 6; Indians 15. Winning pitcher, Larry Bowles; pitcher, Darrell Hanslow. Home run, Ray Shull. June 26: Cards 7; Braves 6. Winning pitcher, Gary Jackson; losing pitcher, Jim Zimmermann. YOUR FLAG FOURTH OF JULY Soon the papers, radio and TV will be promoting Unit- Nations Day. What about States Day? many flags will be flying Mount Pulaski on July 4th? Let's promote a Revival of by urging every home a Flag. the Communists succeed will oust J. Edgar Hoover 90 days unless American rally to his defense. This is a MUST: Write to Presi- Kennedy, your Congressman or Senators, to stand by J. Edgar Mr. Hoover is the number one marked man of the Communists, List", and they have plenty : Of helpers in Washington, D.C. BAKE SALE The Hilltop Merry Maids 4-H Club will hold a bake sale on :. Friday morning, June 30 at 10 in the First National Bank on the south side of the uare. All Merry Maids are ask- to contribute something for sale. NOTE OF THANKS I want to thank my friends, relatives for the beautiful cards and also visitors I had while I was a patient at the ALM and since returning me. Mrs, Fred Stoll ..... - ......... -:: ................... -. coin School. A potluck dinner LeHer Box Iwas served at noon. There were 61 persons pres- "--'-" ....... ------ ......... - ........ -'------ lent with Henry Dierker being the Jacksonville, Ill. I oldest, and Diane Lynne Hclton, June 27, 1961 t daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Dear Wible: ! Helton, the youngest. Officers "Mt. Pulaski celebrated her 50th anniversary with 15,000 people present and a fine time generally." That's what I read in the Sept. 25, 1886 issue of the Jacksonville Journal a few minutes ago. I chanced to spy the item while searching for the obituary of an old gentlemtan whose descend- ant now lives in California and had written the paper for some information on her illustrious an- cestor. The big crowd perhaps was drawn by the famous Mrs. Will- iams, one of the first "female balloonists." She always wore high fashioned duds, complete with a plumed hat and made the aerial route in a basket. But she came to grief on the big day in Mt. Pulaski when the descending basket slammed against a hedge tree, cascading her to the ground. She wound up with a sprained ankle and broken arm. I won't vouch for the story, but that's the way I recall old-timers telling elected for the following years, are: President, Norman Schahl Vice-President, Wilford Dittus Sec'y.-Treasurer, Norma Schahl. The annual reunion of the de- scendants of John and Rose Wil- ham will be held Sunday, July 2, at the Tomlinson Recreation Cen-, ter in Mr. Pulaski. Each family is asked to bring their service and a dish to pass for a potluck at 12:30 p.m.D.S.T. Those on the entertainment committee are: Mr. and Mrs. Vir- gil Vilham, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schroth. CHURCHES COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.---Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH it nearly 50 years ago. (Chestnut) Other sate news of the day Church of the Lutheran Hour told that Wheat seeding was far Roy. D. E. Klrchner, Ph. PY6-5911 behind schedule and that corn t cutting was in full swing, with I 9:30axn. Sunday School and wages ranging from 8c to 10c per I Bible Classes shock, depending on how bad the110:30 an. Worship Service corn was down. Hail and wind on { You are invited to worship with Sept. 10-12 had literally flattended j us. the crop. I FIRST METHODIST CHURCH The editor ,also scissored an[ item telling `There will be a I clifford D, Smith, Minister Sunday School at 9 azn. Win grand time next Wednesday when Allsopp, Supt. Lincoln dedicates her new $60,- Worship Service at 10 a.m. 000 waterworks;" that "It is rumored Decatur is soon to have a paper mill;" that "The people of Fulton county are determined to have their fair run on strictly moral principles this year, with no liquor, gambling or undesir- able characters allowed;" that "At Hopedale a Mrs. Hainline attempted to do some cooking over a natural gas well and she was burned to death." The Mason City editor Just had to include this "whimsical vapor- ing," as he termed it: "A young woman, while riding with a young man, exclaimed at the sight of two calves, "Oh, see those two little cowlets," "You are mis- taken," said the young man, "those are not cowlets, they are bullets." Well, Harry, that was about the size of things 75 years ago. See rou next month. Cecil Tendick. REUNIONS The descendants of Mr. and Vlrs. Edward Ryan held their an- nual reunion at Gallaway Park in Decatur, Sunday, July 18. Officers elected to serve for the following years, are: Ralph Ry- an, president; Mrs. Silas Lowe, I Jr., Secretary; Mrs. Wallace Ryan, I treasurer.  I The Frederick William Hahn I family reunion was held Sunday, I June 25, at the Chester-East Lin-I Special music. Dr. H. H. Maddox, Lay Mem- ber to the Annual Conference, will give a short report on his attend- ance at the recent session of the Conference in Rock Iisland. He will present to the church the Certificate of Merit won for the 42th year in succession by the Methodist Men. The Rev. Mr. Smith, will speak briefly, reporting on the lectures of Bishop Frank of the St. Louis area, who was one of the dis- tinguished speakers presented at the Conference. All who desire to do so are in- vited to attend these services. M METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illinois Rev. Roy W. Trueblood, Pcmtor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 azn. Morning Worship Ser- vice. St. THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, July 2, will be held at 10 azn. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Latham, Illinois Louts E. Kraft, Pastor 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship A cordial invitation to all! LATHAM METHODIST Paul Du Bots, Pastor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship---9:30 a.rm Sunday School10:30 a.m. ! THE CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "What Price Liberty?" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "That Old Time Re- ligion" - ANNOUNCEMENTS - Mrs. June Boyd will lead the singing at our "Old Fashioned Night" service this Sunday night !at 7:30 p.m. All Who attend are invited to wear their Sil-Tennial costumes. Following the service, there will be a Fellowship Hour in the church basement in honor of the George Savage family who are soon to leave our community. The Deacons of the church will meet Sunday evening at 6:30 p.m. The Junior CYH and the Adult Study Group will be meeting at this time, also. The Church Board will meet on Monday night, July 3, at 8:00 p.m. Prayer Meeting is held each Wednesday at 7:30 p.m. The Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday, July 6, at 2:00 p.m. in the Church basement. Homecoming Sunday is July 23 and everyone is urged to in- vite their out-of-town relatives and friends to the serviee Church on that day as well " Community Service that I noon. St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, past Sunday School  9:30 a. I Holy Comunion  I0:30 ! The Pastor's sermon will t 'rhe Christian and Christ" The Senior Choir will Bread of Life From Christiansen. A cordial invitation to all. " ZION LUTHERAN Church of the Lutheran Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. P Fri., 8 pm. Reception of lt Adult Class. _..,J Sat., 1-5 and 7-9 p_m. ion Announcement S'un., 9 a.m. Sunday ! Bible Classes for all 10 a.m. Communion Psalm 33, 12. "God America." 7:30 p.m. Quarterly tional Meeting. Sun., 12:30 pan. "The Hour - W'MAQ and KFUO. 11 a.m. 'rhis Is Th !\\; Channel 17 and at on Channels 20 and 43 , . Patrol Equipment IS NOW AVAILABLE FOR SOIL CONSERVATION WATERWAYS . TERRACING . ETC. We Also Do -- Tiling, Bulldozing, Work, Clearing Farm Ponds and Structure. FRED Phone SW 2-5617 HOLMES Mount PulaskL I, PUBLIC SALE I OF HOUSEHOLD GOODS REAL ESTATE at the home of Mrs. Carrie Cheek, on Saturday, July 8, 1 AND ; 1 i Commencing at 1:00 p.m, Central Daylight Tl , Modern 6-Room Home--3 :' third of the purchase price to be paid in cash sale and balance of purchase price in full upon of deed. Possession to be given when deed is Purchaser to pay taxes for the year 1961, due and in 1962. Abstract of Title furnished. 1 Located at 301 South Garden Street, Mr. PulaskL ! 1 HOUSEHOLD GOODS Davenport and big chair: brass bed, spring and feather mattress; rocking chair: dark oak and mattress; glass-door antique cupboard; net; Birdseye Maple dresser; dark oak dresser; round dining table and chairs; 54-inch table and chairs; refrigerator; gas range; antique bureau: folding cot: trunk 2 leaf tables 2 small tables: small cabinet; one 12x15 rug; two 8x10 rugs: several throw clothing; linen: glass and china utensils; 2 cross-cut saws: small grindstone; garden tools: scythe; 2 galvanized tubs 2 floor lamp: Windsor big dining room chair, articles. ' MMS: CASH FAULTLESS .OT,.--m c^s-- oF nt Pulaski Farmers '" "'" "UPPLEMENT CARRIE CHEEK, I, ........ ROMAN ROMER. Auctioneer in and Elevator Co. MaKes feen go farther - _.. D. SHELDON COPELAND, Cashier