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12--TIMES-NEWS, Mount  Ill., THURSDAY, JULY 6, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! SUMMER LEAGUE (Friday Night) . Hilltop Mixed Doubles W L B! The Doubtfuls 12 9. i! The Dubs 12 9 ! South Enders 12 9 Bow1 Betetr Co. 11% 9%  Bush Whachers 11 10 Out Laws 11 10 R::: Rot O'Ruckers 11 10 Alley Oops 10% 10% The Goofers 8 13 ! Little Potatoes 6 15 Ind. High Game: Paul Manes ; Charlotte St. Pierre, 169. Ind. High Series: Paul Manes, :: 623; Kay Schahl, 439. High Team Game: Bow1 Bet-  CO., 702. h Team Series: Bowl Bet- li:00 CO., 1,009. e League June 28 Cubs---24 Yankees--2 Home run--Stuckel; winning Hart,low; losing pitcher, Stauffer. July 3 :Winning pitcher, G. Jackson; losing pitcher, S. Stuckel Team Standing: W Cubs .................................... 4 Indians ............................... 3 White Sex ............................ 3 Cards ................................... 3 Braves ................................. .2 Yankees .............................. 0 CHURCHES ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. Kirchner, Ph. PY6-S911 9:30a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service You are invited to worship with US. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Clifford D. Smith. Minister NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING ON PROPOSED AMENDMENTS TO ZONING ORDINANCE OF THE CITY OF MOUNT PULASKI. ILLINOIS To: The People of the City of Mount Pulaski: , ..... "Fake notice that a Committee has been appointed by the City Council of the City of Mount Pulaski to conduct a public hear- ing on proposed amendments to the zoning ordinance of the City ot Mount Pulaski, Illinois. S ...... The proposed amendments be- unaay cnooi at 9 am Win n i g as follow's: To amend Section Allsopp, upt. I VI to permit the use of any build- WThipSevit:t:Otarm:,Th e ling or premises in the residential .....  . .. . '. }district Ior a Post Office; and lgnmcance o[ worsmp" T ..... ....... I o ameno me zoning oromance peclal,a... iSb:e vocal solo, lrS. lof the City of Mount Pulaski, I "'-' Illinois to rezone from a resident- Special Offering- for the ex- ial district to a general industrial i penses of Dr. and Mrs. Clifford district C. Brown to the Methodist Confer- L 2 9:30 a.m. 1 10:30 a.m. 1 3 3 5 'ence in Oslo, Norway. The National Conference of Methodist Men will be held at Purdue University in West Lafay- ette, Ind., July 14, 15 and 16. Meeting of the local chapter of Methodist Men at the church at 7:30 p.m., July 17. THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illinois Rev. Roy W, Trueblood, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. St THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edwerd M. KnDwer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, July 9, will be held at 8 a.m. LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH l, atham, Illinois Louis E. Kraft. Pastor MORE THAN ONE TO GET TOP INCOME A University of Illinois farm study shows farmers can their cropping system than one way to get the same net income. ' A recent study compared farms with 90% of their tillable land in corn and soybeans and another groups with 67% in these crops. Soil quality was similar on all farms. In 1959 and 1960, the man- )agement profits on these two groups of farms were about the sslne. Crop yields averaged slightly lower and fertilizer costs ran much higher on the heavily crop- peel farms, according to U. of I. farm management specialist D. F. Wilken. The added costs, however, were covered by added returns more total bushels of cash crops. On the less intensively cropped farms, livestock provided addi- tlonal returns to make up for part the lower returns from grain sales. Under prices and costs that ex- isted in 1959 and 1960, Wilken believes high crop yields and efficient use of labor become more important than more acreago in and soybeans to achieve a net farm income. A farm that includes uses for labor buildings and operator's manage- merit know how the year around likely to mean the highest not farm income in the next few year, he concludes. .j Towel: The only thing that gets i wet as it dries. i REAL ESTATE INSURANCE Farm Management n A. W. Schaffenacker Dial SW 2-5655 Corner Cooke & Springs StL MOUNT PULASKI, ILL. Bible School Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship A cordial invitation to all! LATHAM METHODIST Paul Du Bois, Pastor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship---9:30 a.m. Sunday School10:30 a.m. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdlck, Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "The Blessing of Belief!" 6:30 p.m. Youth Hour 7:30 p.m. Evening Wrorship Sermon: "Calvary's Concept of Values. - ANNOUNCEMENTS - The teacher and officers of the Bible School will meet on Mon- day night, July 10, at 8 o'clock. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30. The annual Tri-State Youth Roundup will be held on the compus of Lincoln Bible Institute on Thursday, August 24, starting with a parade at 11:00 a.m. St. IOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor Sunday School  9:30 a.m. A cordial invitation to all. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rotho Ph. SW2-5965 Fri., 8 p.m. Sunday School teach- er Sunday, 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes. 10 a.m. Worship Services, Psalm 1. "Tree or Chaff, the Choice is Yours." Lutheran Hour, 12:30 p.m. WM AQ, 2:30 p.m. KFUO; "This Is The Life," 11 a.m. Channel 17 . 12 o'clock, Channels 20 and 43. Monday, AAL Membership meet- ing Tues., 8 pxn. Board of Education Thurs., 8 p.m. LLL 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 BAKE SALE JULY 22 The Lake Fork Christian Chur- ch will hold a bke sale Satur- day, July 22, at the Hilltop Elec- tric Store on the west side of the quare, Mount Pulaski. (4-20) IN APPRECIATION Many thanks to friends who ;ent cards and letters while I was a patient at the Great Lakes Naval Hospital. I appreciated them very much. Tom Sather. the following described property: First Parcel:. Lot 8 texcept that part of said Lot 8 ialling within the railroad right of way) and Lots 9 and 10, all in Block 1 in the Original Town, now City, of Mount Pul- aski. Also All that part of Lot 7 in Block 1 in the Original Town now City, of Mount Pulaski, ly- ing south and west of the right of way of the Pekin, Lincoln and Decatur Railroad Company, now Illinois Central Railroad Company. Second Parcel:. Lot 107 in Obermiller's Pulas- ki Heights Addition to the City of Mount Pulaski. Third Parcel:. All that portion of the north- west corner of the Northeast Quarter of the Northwest Quart- er of Section 23, Township 18 North, Range 2 West of the Third Principal Meridian, ly- ing North of the right of way of the main line of the Illinois Central Railroad Company as the same is laid off over and across said lands and lying west of the Illinois Central "Y" and south of McDonald Street, said McDonald Street being in the City of Mount Pulaski, Ill- inois. Containing one-third of an acre, more or less. Said public hearing will be held on July 14, 1961 at the hour of 2:00 o'clock P.M., Central Day- light Time, in the Council Chain- Mount Pulaski Farmers Grain and Elevater C0. ! Lincoln, while other 4-H members stand in line and wait their during the Keeping Fit Field Day last year. Each year 4-I4 bers are scored on their physical fitness and their improvement the previous ),ear. bers of the City Hall of Mount!zoning ordinance, l Pulaski, Illinois, at which time[ Carleton F and place all interested parties[ City t,,--- may appear and be heard upon! -...j  said proposed amendments to said { --sell it with a DR. HERBERT F. LENZ AND DR. LOUIS W. LENZ F. EX.McDID Glasses Prescribed - Contact Lenses 510 BROADWAY LINCOLN, ILLINOLg LENZ00 Esteron 99 -- kills weeds that other I i weed killers find too hard to handle I .. yet costs as little as 25" an acre I I It's not what a 2,4-D costs--but what it controls that counts, ! More farmers buy and rely on Esteron 99*--for they find it's I ! too costly to experiment with le-known brands, Tests show it's extra effective and easy to apply . . . doesn't foam . ! ! mixes easily in hard water, and sprays evenly. A single gallon i covers many acres--an extra bushel an acre more than payS I the cost. Order your supply of America s leading brand of weed killer today. I 2"d4mk a[ The Dow Chemical Company | FLOYD BUCKLES I PHONE SW 2-5558 MOUNT PULASKI I FAULTLESS MINERAL SUPPLEMENT Makes feed &o farther ,, t t'I- 1