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PAGE FOTW.W Pulaski Whips Cornland The Mount Pulaski Merchant's Jaeball club met the Cornland Huskers' here at the city park la Sunday and marked up a 5 to 0 shut out over the neighboring The Cornland Club brought a 8nappy, agressive team that play- ed good bll. Dunn on ttm mound for the visitors displayed a nice fast ball and the locals found trQubl'e hitting his smoke ball for a'hile, but finally they found his /f THE MOUNT Bla.ckwell, c ........... 3 0 1 H Duma, p ........... 3 0 0 Fuiten, ib ............ 4 0 1 Milner, ss ............. 4 0 1 Hart, 3b .............. 4 0 1 Caldwell, If ........... 4 0 1 Peterson, 2b .......... 3 0 0 Denisos, rf ............ 4 0 0 Total ............. 32 0 5 Score by innings: Mt. Pulaski 0 0 2 I 0 2 0 0 0--5 Cornland 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0 0---0 PULASKI TIMES-NEWS. MOUNT assisting hastesses were Mrs. VaN las Kuntzi, Mrs. L. A. McVicker and Mrs. WilLiam Baker. Miss Marian Simcoe of Peoria is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simcoe. W'omen of the Chestnut school project canned 136 quarts of green beans on Tuesday and Wednesday of last week. The garden, located west of the high school, is in charge of William Baker, who picks the vegetables and delivers same to the school kitchen. CTNUT The residence of Mr. and Mrs. 1 'John Matheny has been greatly limproved this summer. A new i Mr. and Mrs. Samuel Hatchett front porch was added, the house visited relatives in Ramey Satur- covered with red brick faced sid- PULASKI. IlA..INOI8 Riddle, vice-president; Miss Ruth Roos, secretary and treasurer. offerings to their liking and with day and Sunday. well placed bunts, and hit vays, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Irvine, of Kan- znixed up their hits effectively to kakee, were guests Saturday and get their 5 runs. , Sunday of her brother, Leonard "Smoky" Ingrain was in fine F. McCann, anl family, also visit- form and his fast one was amo ing at the home of Mrs. Miriam working well as he registered 13, McCann. strike-outs, and walked but two Frederick Hein is assisting in men "Smoky" allowed the visit- the Humphrey grocery store. rs but 5 scsttered hits;" Buckles the locals, was the hitting star, The Walther League of Zion - ............  A ,-i t, l Lutheran church met Tuesday ev- I "" late Kiick Sessions and D I ening at the home of Charles Roos e p : .., " --ilham nc{ I north of town for a social meeUng. I ]Jagram also m weu. w I I Scott made some fine fielding I Mrs Donald Schrishuhn and l Dlaya as well. Cornla'nd came up lsons came home Sunday following I ith several nice fielding plays} a visit of several days in Lincoln too, especially Milner j with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. M The local club travels to Spring- I Leffler. field next Sunday for a game Week-end wsitors at the home THE METHODIST CHURCH F. E. Neumeyer, Pastor. Dr. William Pulliam of Decatur, a personal friend of Rev. Neu- meyer, and his former district superintendent in the Champaign district, visited the Mount Pulaski iMethdist church last Sunday, and when asked to preach he kind- ly consented and delivered a wond- ertul sermon. Services for Sunday, July 20: Church School at 9:30 a.m. Monday Worship at 10:30, sermon I topic, "Fruitful W'aiting.'" I Sunday, July 27, is the date of with the fast Springfield Mid- : Wst Wholesalers t Lincoln park. : This team came here a few weeks ago and rain interfered, terminat- a fine contest. of Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Whiteman were Dr. B. J. Mavity of Bormer, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. E. M. White- man, of Bloomington; Mrs. Char- les Jones of Hallsville; Mr. and Sunday, July 27, the strong fast i Mrs. Edward Hildreth of Kenney. Middletown team comes here for] Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. IC  game. The Middletown team is a I Thomas Pedigo w e r e Thomas : trong club that has been together 1 Brown and Harold Ruwe of [An- several years and holds an im- ! coln. im-eulve record this season. Fans should come out to see this game. ---unda's turnout was some- what disappointing. Mount Pulaski (5) AB R H Selons, cf ........... 5 1 2 Kilck, 3b, lb ......... 5 I 3 Wllham, 2b ........... 5 0 2 Scott, as ............. 4 0 0 K. Ingrain, p ......... 3 1 1 D. Ingrain, rf ......... 3 1 2 ckles If .......  .... 4 1 3 C, Armstrong, lb ..... 3 0 1 Miller, 3b ............. 1 0 0 Leathers, c ........... 4 0 1 Total ......... _'____37 5 15 Ornland, (0) AB R H PelIey, cf ............. 3 0 0 i Miss Lela Mac Lowe of Peoria is making a vacation visit with Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Downey. The Zion Lutheran church Sun- day School classes of Mrs. Arthur Eberhardt and Miss Louise Stoll held a picnic Sunday at Nelson park on Lake Decatur. Peter Neuschafer and wife, of Center, Mo., were guests Saturday and Sunday of his brother, Henry W. Neuschafer, and family. Members of the Loyal Circle class of the Methodist church met this Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Fred W. Zelle in IS-! I liopohs. Roll call was responded to i by "Favorite Iced Drinks." The ing, and the roof re-shingled, th annuvd homecoming and bas- Mrs. Ross Randolph of Spring-I ket dinner at the French's Chapel field was guest of honor at a re.is- I church northwest of Mount Pul- t aski. Plan to attend and enjov cellaneous shower last Friday af- , ........... " t ,e uay wlr.n Irlenos ana oia i!eoon, July 11, at the home of ]neighbors of tar community s. Clirora Jeimoach. The assist- J .... , u no attending elsewhere are ing hostesses were M.. R{chardicordially invited to the services Randolph of eason, Mrs. rlarrYlo f our church. Randolph and Mrs. R. E. Jett The diversion was bingo. Guests at- tended from Peoria, Bloomington, Clinton, Maroa, Kenney, Warrens- burg and . Mrs. Fred Ritter of Sadorus, Ill. and Miss Louise StoH, visited at Camp Forrest, Tenn., Saturday and Sunday with the former's son. The Woman's Society of Chris- HOLMF_ F.MM]Ly REUNION TO BE HELD AUG 3 The 17th annual reunion of the i ViUiam and Mary Turner Holmes family will be held Sunday, Aug- u.st 3, 1941, t Hackberry lodge on Salt Creek. Members are re- minded there ill be a wooden remembrance for Mr. and Mrs. Fred Holmes' fifth wedding an- niversary. Entertainment will be conducted by Henry Bobell of Springfield, whilt Mrs. Dick Muel- ler will have cherge of general arrangements. Earl Holmes of Beason will preside as president. Miss Elsie Mueller is the secre- tary. HOMECO'G AT BUCKLF_ JULY 20 Former teachers, pupils and pa- trons of the Buckles school, four miles west of Mount Pulaski, qll tian Service of the Chestnut Meth- I odist church has arranged a pie- I i nic for all members and fan.lies, [ to be held Sunday, July 20, at Nel- I son park on Lake Decatur. [ A group of about sixty relatives gathered in Nelson par on Lake Decatur last Sunday, July 13, for the annual reunion of the Chris- tian Roos family. Attending from Chestnut conmunity were Mr. and Mrs. Otto Roos and son Charles, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Roos, daugh- ter Elizabeth Ann, and son Alan. The following officers were elected. Elmer Roos, president; Walter JULY 17, hold their annual homecoming on the school Sunday, July 20, and all dially invited to attend. A will be served at noon, are requested to bring table service and a card Keep this date in mind. 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