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!!&apos;,iii //i pAOm Jl , , J SOFTBALL NEWS OUvers Woa 4.3 Oliver's won a hardfought and good ball game from Tomlin- son's Tuesday night by a 4 to 3 score. Some fine fielding plays 'highlighted the game and good pitching made the game one of the best of the season. OUver's--4 AB Miller, 2b ........................ 4 L. K. Buckles, If ............ 2 West, lb ............................ 3 Connolley, 2b ................ 3 Hagenbuch, cf ................ 3 Shrader, rf .............. : ......... 3 McCain, c ......................... .2 O'Brien, ss ........................ 3 Schroth, p ........................ 2 Totals 25 Tom--3 AB Klnert, 3b ..= ..................... 1 Schuler, 3b ...................... 3 Gaffney, lb .................... 4 Horn, If ............................ 3 Manes, ss .......................... 2 Slack, c ............................ 3 Myrlck, cf ........................ 2 Copeland, 2b .................... 3 Schahl, rf .......................... 3 Dobson, p ........................ 3 Totals 26 HOBLIT'S WIN FROM FARMERS GRAIN, 13-12 Hoblit AB Armstrong, ss ................ 4 $. Romer, 2b .................... 3 W. Brown, 3b .................. 4 Rlchner, lb ...................... 3 Dittus, If ............................ 4 Stoeckel, rf, ...................... 4 D. Zy, cf ............................ 4 B. L<e, c ........................ 4 J. Brown, p ...................... 3 Totals 30 Fm'mors G&E AB Haynes, 3b ...................... 5 Hubbard, cf .................... 5 Milner, ss.p .................... 4 : Dannenberger, c ............ 4 Schroeder, If .................... 4 Opperman, rf ................ 4 Buckles, 2b ...................... 4 ": D. Buckles, lb ................ 4 O'Brien, p ........................ 3 Pmer, 2b .................. 1 Totals 38 R H 0 0 1 0 0 0 1 1 0 0 0 0 2 1 0 2 0 1 4 5 R H 0 0 0 0 0 0 1 2 0 0 0 0 0 0 2 2: O 0 3 5 R H 3 1 1 0 2 2 2 1 1 1 0 2 0 1 1 1 3 2 13 12 R H 3 0 1 1 2 2 3 2 1 0 0 1 0 0 1 1 0 1 1 0 12 9 LEAGUE STANDINGS W L Pct Hobllt's .................... 5 1 .833 Tomllnson's ............ 3 2 .600 Oliver's .................... 3 3 .500 Bo.Jacs .................... 2 4 .333 Farmers Grain ...... 1 4 .200 INGRAM'S SKELGAS SERVICE DID NOT WRITE 's r-t mmmnb'LW- m | W&i Ol Here's a message we'd like to send to all thrifty shoppers: here you get quality plus fair prices so that you are assured value. Julius Caesar Was Not Emperor of the Roman Empire He was Consul five times and Dictator four times, but never Emperor. The Empire of Rome was not founded until 27 B.C., 17 years after his death. Augustus was the first Emperor. L "Popular Fallaci. ca" . A.S.E. Ackermann. 2; 'History of the Ancient World --Rostovtzeff. IN6RAM'S SKELGAS SERVICE TE MOUNT  TIMES. N EWS, XONT  O Mrs. Zimmerli-- (Continued om page 1) WOOD FAIkIES HOLD REUNION The annual Wood family re- union was held Sunday, July 15 at the home of Mr and Mrs. John Leggett, west of the city. husband; sister, Mrs. Effie Mor- ley of Pleasant Plains; four bro- thers, Harvey and Bert Davis, . . I Mount Pulaski; John Davm of Lincoln and Joseph Davis f A large group of relatives at- Clinton; half.sister, Mrs. Dora nd t " teou Ire ed he affmr. A boun s Miller of Loami; half'brother,]potluck dinner was served at Les Davis, address unknown. Al- [noon. The following attended: so one granddaughter. A son,[ Faleouah c,- r J B tiuoert, died in San t'aolo, a if. [Wood April 11, 1950.  [ Melvin: Mr. and Mrs. E. V. ! The remains were removed to,woo d and son, Charles, Mr. and the. Schahl funeral home and on ] Mrs. Art Kaiser and children.. Friday afternoon returned to the[Elizabeth ' Eugene and Jeaniece, resaence. . . [Mr. and Mrs Leon DeMeyer and Funeral services were neki in children, I:'nald, Diane, Sally, the Christian church Sunday,  Sammy and Crystal, Mr. and July 22 at 2:30 p.m., conducted ]Mrs. Edward Wood and children, by the pastor, Rev,; Robert Wi.k- ] Eddie, Barbara, Judith, Kathleen, es. T.o hymns, God Be,,WlthlJames ' Mary Beth, Joe and Ther- ou lll We _M,,t Agam ana iesa, Mr. and Mrs. Charles John- "Abide. With Me,' were sung. bY[son and children, Michael, Timo- Mms Barbara Boyd of Lincoln [ v n .... ,,th, and Susan, Mr. a. Mr wth organ accompammen oy I Francis Wood and son, Mark. Mrs. Frank E. Turley.. . [ Bunker Hill: Mrs. Abbie Jones, uriai was in.me SeenergenlMr. and Mrs. Mike Wood, Mr. cemetery four miles southwest of ] and Mrs. C. H. Fenstehmann, Mr Mount PulaskL Pallbearers were [ and Mr Tom Lloyd Kenneth Rentmeister, Orville E. [ Bethaldo- Mr and Mrs Ed- Martin, Henry Meister, Frank E. ] ward Heeren, "Mr and " Mrs, Turley, Ben W. Ely and Raymond [ Josenh Wood Hahn. J Alton: Mrs. Zelda Wood, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Wood and dau- ITEM FROM NEW YORK ghter, Leala. ABOUT MOUNT PULASKIAN Plainview: Mr. and Mrs. Roy J. B. Donnelly, International Wood. CHESTNUT HOME BUREAU ELECTS The Chestnut Home Bureau met recently at the home of Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker with Mrs. Edgar Rose assisting hostess. An election of officers was held with the following results:- Mrs. Edwin Rentschler, chair- mam Mrs. Elmer Schaffenacker, vice! chairman. Mrs. Mertitt Williams: secre- tary and treasurer. .The major lesson, "Guiding Children Toward Desirable Be- havior," was given by Mrs. Rich- ard Stoll and Miss Norma StoIl, "Cake Decorating" was the minor lesson and was demonstrated by Mrs. Edward yon Thun. The 4.H club girls, under the direction of their leaders, Mrs. Edw. Rentschler and Mrs. Elmer Roos, held a style show, and also displayed some flower arrange- ments. WORDS OF SYMPATHY We wish to express our sympa- thy to the folks in tornado area :in "Central Illinois. We were formerly of Mount Pulaski and know some of the people where the storm did such damage. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Jackson, Gettysburg, South Dakota. Business Machines Corp., 590 Madison Ave., New York 22, N.Y., sent the Times-News the fol- lowing item: "Richard G. Hatfield, son of Mr. and Mrs. Guy Hatfield, Mt. Pulaski, Ill., has been gradu- ated from the Internationa Business Machines Corp. Electric Accounting Machine Customer Engineering School in Endicott, N.Y. He is assigned to the com- pany's Sales and Service Office in Springfield, Ill. Before taking up his new dut. ies, Mr. Hatfield toured the IBM World Headquarters Building in New York with 29 members of his class, from 16 states." --The worm that never stop8 moving. The smallest piece will wiggle the fish to your hook. Tr them. "]inks" has them. Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Howard -- Buy U. S. Svlngs Boad -- Louiett and son Terry. Lincoln: Winford Niekrenz. Mount Pulaski: Mrs. Viva Leg-' gett and son Leland, and Roberta Leggett. The oldest person present was Mrs. Abbie Jones of Bunker Hill, :and the youngest was Therea Wood, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wood of Melvin. The 1952 reunion will be held at the same location on the third i Sunday in July. APPRECIATION To all my good neighbors and friends I want to express my sincere thanks for their kindly assistance following the birth of my baby daughter, and for the letters, cards and gifts received. Mrs. Steven Von Mock. -% THUBSDAY, LOCAL Mr. and Mrs. T. F- of Chestnut, and her McCann of Peoria !ed from an auto of interest in see. Alabama and Richard Leslie, Jr., Gatos, Calif., has here this week with and Mrs. Frank G. A. Tomlinon, Mr. Dean Foster. Mr. Leslie east of the city but California most of Mr. and Mrs. Gall children, Laurens, Friday for a visit ents, Mr. and Mrs. gome." 2. Peterson lowing day for his home, family will remain for er visit. Mrs. Frank HutchiS on Cora Lipp returned day from a 10-day to Dayton, Tenn., in land mountains, ed Mr. and Mrs. Ben Sunday evening, July bers of the held a potluck supper were initiated into They also visited tain and attended lodge in accompanied on the Lester Downing an Darlene and Wayne. in Nashville, Tenn., ents, Mr. and Mrs. INSURANCE OF EVERY DESCRIPTIO PI .lPhoae 46 Momt lu i' Sohahl Home For Fun Consult us about your Insurance Needs. We are Specialists in our line the same as your Doctor or Attorney in his line. Don't take a chance -- See that your Insurance is properly written ENNIS. A. DOWNING INSURANCE AGENCY lnsumee emd Rmzl Esta Rl Phone 13 -- Mount PulaskL Illinois What's missing in .this picture ? AMBULANCE S00VICE-" II//NOIS PHONE 00-35 MOUNT PUIASI00 Don't Forget To Hang Up Receiver... When ey, are installed, each home .will have direc communication with our bank. Try this convenient, popu- lax bankin$ method--Bank bx O The First National Bank Don't forget to replace your receiver on the cradle properly, or hang up your receiver after making a call. You would be surpri_s_.. to know how many times this happens and l sometimes makes it necessary to cut off YOLm. circuit until the receiver is put back properly" This means that you will be without ser i ice temporarily  folks won't be able to c, you and you won't be able to get Central, until they find out you have put your receiv" er back properly. Mount Pulaski Telephone Go.