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I I Mount  m., THURSDA/'o AUGUST IY 1961 , Let's Go Bowling ! i ,, TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tuesday, Aug. 15) P. , G. :Chestnut Fire Dept. StoH Coal & Gas Tom's Coffee Shop AI's Conoco rim's Super Market F. Holmes Ray Letterle Painting Times- News Farmers Grain, "Beason High team: PAG, 2463. High Series: Poffenbarger, 542 Ind. game: Tom Trago, 209. NEED ONE TEAM There is an opening for one more team in the late shift on night. Contact Jas. Jack- manager. AND SPORTSMANS LEAGUES TO MEET The Church Bowling League meet Thursday, Aug. 24, at p.m. in the Hilltop Bowl. The meeting is for every one who is The Sportsmen's Bowling Lea- gue will meet Friday, Aug. 18, at 8:30"p.m. at the Hilltop Bowl. Captains should be pres- ent or please send a representa- tive. LOAFERS LEAGUE Monday (Early) (Open Aug. 21) Faultless Feeds, Latham Oil Neaville Jewelry, Roth- well Lbr. Co., Dick's Place, Tom- Elevator, Minnesota Tool, Chestnut Grain, Stahl Hardware, Mt Pulaski Fire Dept. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Late Shift) Mr. Pulaski Fire Dept. No. 2, Grain & Elevator, Mt. Products, Barrick's Trans- : fer, Downing Insurance, Bo-Jac Stahl Implement, Lake Grain, Wilham Const. Sdaahl Grocery. TOPPERS LEAGUE Tuesday (Early) Stoll Coal & Gas, B. F. Holme.' Tom's Coffee Shop, Times- Old Timers, Chestnut Fire Al's Conoco, Zim's Super- market; PAG Hybrids, Letterle Farmers Grain (Beason) :  TOPETTE LEAGUE Wednesday (Ladies . Early) Jtoll Coal & Gas, Dick's Place, Hardware, Wilham Const. Fire Dept., Horn's Standard, Koehler's, Huston & Paul Moore, Ins., Cope- & Hild. HILLTOP LEAGUE Wednesday (Late) (omm Sept. 6) Hanslow's Standard, Hilltop Stahl Furniture, Curtis Oil B.M. Assurance, Wolcott Soft Budweiser, 'Rocky Ford, Pulaski Farmers Grain and Logan Farm Service. CHURCH LEAGUE (Thursday) St. John's Lutheran, Mt. Pul- Christian No. 1, Methodist Willing Workers, Zion Copeland Christian No. Christian No. 2, Corn- Christian, No. 1, Comland No. 2, Lincoln Christian. LEAGUE (Women's - Early) Western Auto, Wilham Const. Eileen's Beauty Shop, Stahl- First National Bank, Farm. Elevator, Downing Insurance, :Gerdes Trucking, Rothwell Lbr. Mt. Pulaski Grain. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE Frkay (;.,ate) Mr. Pulaski Grain, Hahn Oil Service, Turner Motor  Service, Sundries, Rohb's TV, Faultless Feeds, Bo-Jac Hybrids, Farm Service, Brown's Funks G Wdter: An Egyp- (, Liftle League Flaal Stcmdinm W L Indians 8 2 Cubs 7 3 Cards 5 5 White Sox 4 6 Braves 4 6 Yankees 3 7 Games Cubs, 16; Yankees, 9. PtL Winning pitcher, Stuckel; losing 7 pitcher, Stauffer. 6 Cubs, 12; Braves, 7. 5 Winning pitcher Stuckel; losing 5 pitcher, Zimmermann. Home run, ! 5 Hanslow. 2 Indians, 6; White Sox, 1. 2 Winning pitcher Bowles; losing 2 pitcher, Laatsch. 1 All-Star game Aug. 18tb. 0 AUSTIN NEWS By HatUo Kewo Nancy Winters of Warrensburg visited Aunt Mary Heft last week. The Marion Alsups spent the week end somewhere in Missouri. Mrs. Howard Heft went to Ridgefarm Thursday to visit dau- ghter, Mrs. Esther Brown, a few days. The Goretzke's, as well as oth- ers, attended funeral services for ayne Murray of Latham, on: Wednesday in Atwood and burial in Bloomington. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Johnston, John and Mary Lou of McHenry and Mrs. Stella Johnston of La- tham, visited the Win. Hefts on Sunday afternoon. Mrs. S. John- ston returned on Tuesday from a two weeks visit with Ralphs. John came home with her. The wonder or "magic lilies" last year must have taken a rest, such a few - this year they are thick. A lot of them at W. Hefts and H.A.K.'s. With three families . number. ing 15, absent Sunday - only 20 for, S,S. Missed a good sermon. The EUB men meet Tuesday night in the Oakley Church. Don Ferrill is pastor. A dry Wednesday, rain at 3 a.m. and 8 Thursday. A red sun rise, soon raining. Turned so hot afternoon and night. Rain at 2:20 a.m. and 1:15 p.m. Friday. Nice and cooler Saturday, Sunday and Monday. How the grass does grow - mow twice a week. Tuesday be- gan nice and cool. SMOKED MEAT SAUCE A delicious sauce for smoked meats is made by mixing one ablespoon sugar with five\\;table. poohs flour and gradually stir- ring'in one cup water. Bring to the boiling, point, add salt, three C HUR C HE S St. THOMJ AQUINAS CHURCH R. Edwe M. K.rowe Pastor Mass on Sunday, Aug. 20 will be held: at 8 a.m. {3,ISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Bunflck, Mlnist 9:30 am. Bible School 10:35 a.n Morning Worship Sermon: "From These Valleys" Speaker: Mr, Larry Ball. 7:30 pan. Evening Worship Sermon: "Make Your Election SQre." Speaker: Mr. John Horton of Comland. Larry Ball will be preaching at our Morning Worship hour on Sunday, Aug. 20, and John Hort- on at the Evening Service. Sunday, Aug. 20, is Missionery Sunday, and a special offering will be received for Christian Missions. The men of the church will at- tend the Logan County Men's Club Meeting at the San Jose Christian Church on Monday night, Aug. 21. Cars will leave from the church at 5:30 pxn. Supper will be served at 6:30 p. m. and the program will be at 7:30 p.m. Prayer Meeting on Wednesday night with Sid Lee as leader. The hour of meeting is 7:30 o'clock. The Tri-State Youth Roundup will be held on the LBI campus Thursday, Aug. 24. The parade will leave the campus at 11:30 a.m., and the young people of the Mount Pulaski Christian Church will have a float entered in the parade. LA M]rRDIST Pl Du Bs. Pm Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. Supt. Morning Worship--9:30 azn. Sunday School--10:30 a.m. ZION LUTHERAN GgRCH Church of the Lutheran Hour R0v. Mart Rothe Ph. SW2.596,5 Fri., 8 pxa. Sunday School Teachers meeting. Sat. & Sun: LL.L. Retreat at Camp Cilca. Walther League Convention at ISNU, Normal Sunday, 9 an. Sunday School for all ages. 10 a.m. Worship Service. 1 Kings 21, 20. "A Man Who Sells His Soul." 5:30 p,m. Young married couples will leave church for outing and vespers with ham- burger fry at Lincoln Memor, ial Park; 4 pan. Wedding of Janet Rohlf.s and Richard Guttschow. Mon., 8 p.m. Walther League Social tablespoons lemon juice, three I FDmT METHOD" "'" tables Oons m . srs so, .=vm.= p olasses and one-[ ...... half c ;  c,--_^ ! or. Jeemon aria vme up seedless rals.,, o,-,,- i ,.,,,..,__.. ,. ,_=,_ ,,.._,__ S,00oo00 at 9 Win hot with ham or tongue. I Allsopp, Supt. | Classes for all ages of children, | youth, and adults. EXECUTOR'S SALE SATURDAY, A00UST 26, 1961 at 10 o'clock AM. at the west entzmce to the Public Square in the Clty0f Mr. PulaskL nlinois. Executor selling at Public Auction, to settle the Estate of Claud Hamblin deceased, 137 acres of improved farm land, located 3 miles norfh of Mr. Pulaski, adjacent to Route 12L This farm is improved with house, garage, barn, corn crib and machinery shed, and has 45 acres of corn and 42 acres of growing beans. Terms: 21}% of  m cxxsh hl lured (m date of sale and balance upon deUvm, y o deed. Buyee to remive lmiord's share of growhtg crops.  will assume 1961 taxes due in 1962. Pomsion to be glven at llme of delivery of deed, subject to loam  pswmt temmt M- charitable tlUe fumish mad Ablroct  ".Ae may be examln at the flm of  F.  Attomey. Mr. John D. Biesomoior, Executor MOUNT PULASKI, ILLINOIS ILl. Ph. 112"/1 Worship Service at 10 am. Special music, Vicki Passmore will playe a number on the clarinet. Sermon by the pastor, "The Generous Steward" answer- ing the question, "How much does God want us to give?" Wed., Aug. 23: Meeting of the Commission on Finance at 7 p.m. at the church. Meeting of the Official Board at 8 p.m. LA BAPTIST CHURCH  nuno Louis E. Kragl, Ptor 9:30 aan. Bible School 10:30 aan. Worship Service 7:30 pan. Evening Worship TI lrloDI.r cmmCH chestnut Illtno Ee.  w. Tmeblood, Pasiw 9:00 axn. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. COPELAND 9:30 aan.--Bible School lo:00o a00n.--chu00h 7:15 pzn.--1Christian Enae 8:00 p.m.---Church St. IOHN'S Ray O. Zumste Sunday School9:30 Worship Ted Molen of student at the Chicago Thealogical at the service on Miss Pauline Bender for this service: Have They Which Love Th by Rogers. A cordial welcome to ZION LUTHERAN (Chestnut) Church of the Rev. D. E. Kirchner, pb. 9:30 aan. Sunday Bibre Classes 10:30 a.m. WorshiP You are invited to us. Mother's helper Small iob for a big railroad? Indeed not. In fact, most of the work we do helps mother and her family. Starting with cotton for diapers and winding up with coal to power the electric generatorS that light np the television set, we haul everY" thing a growing tamily needs. This goes for all the families in more thatt 2,000 communities and nearby areas along ths Illinois Central. Perhaps that's why one of this railroad's neighbors recently wrote, "V feel that the Illinois Central is an integral part of our community and contributes immensely to the welfare of this section." This is as true today as it was a century ago, No other form of transportation hauls every" thing for everybody. The Illinois Central i, truly a common carrier. Each year we invest a lot of money to i prove our service in the 2,000 eommunitie where we live. In the past 10 years oat improvements totaled $260 million. This " " vestment is not only for today. It's also for the future when the wearers of today's baby sho become the men and women of Mid.AmeriOt': WAYNE A. JoSTOtl Pres/deta RAILilO00 I ILLINOIS CENTRAL