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Let's Go Bowli.g ! TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tues., Aug. 22) Tom's Coffee Shop Holmes & Sons Letterle Painting i Tim-News Old Timers PAG Hybrids i Farmers Grain (Beason) Chestnut Fire Dept. Stolrs Coal & Gas Co. l's Couoco 2arn's Market Team high: Holmes, 2419. lad. series: T. Havener, 567. Ind. game: T. Havener, 202. Last week Rudy Baumhardt high individual with a 211. ' CHURCHES Pts. 12 9 9 8 7 7 6 5 5 2 IRISTIAN GqIURCH  . Paul P. Btuxfle Minister 9:30 a.m. Bible School 10:35 am. Morning Worship Sermon: "Then Jesus Came!" Announcements Because of the showing of the film "Operation Abolition," we will cancel our Sunday evening service. Sunday, Sept. 10, will be the afftcial opening day for our fall winter program. We will "Family Sunday" in the morrdng worship hour, and the Bible School will be having it : annual Rally Day. The Youth of the church will have a "kick-off" . program that Sunday night at 5 o'clock. Prayer Meeting services held Wednesday night at 7:30 p. m. Anyone in our community in- terosted in prayer and Bible study is invited to this service. LITHM METHODIST Paul Du k  MraEd Calp, S.S. Supt. - Morning Worship--9:30 a.m. Sunday School10:30 a_m. ZION LUTImRAN Church of the Lutheran Hour Rot Pls. SW2.5965 9 a.m. Sunday School for all ages. 10 aan. Worship Service. Eph. 4, 8-14. "Fostering Spir- itual Growth of Yotmg and Old in Our Scientific Age." Installation of Teacher Erhard Wolf as principal, youth leader, and choir director. Reception for Teacher Wolf and family with congregational basket dinner in basement following ser- IIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cor. Jefferson and Vine C11fford D. Smith, Minister _Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win AUsopp, Supt. Worship Service at 10 a.m. Special music sponsored by Otto Ey. Flute Duet by Beth Myrick and Claus Tanner. Sermon by the pastor, "Built- , in Prosperity". This is a ser- mon on "Proportionate Giv- ing" and its specific relation to 'q'ithing'. Open House for the Wesley I Class at the home of Mr. and Mrs. ] George Voile, 2 to 5 p.m. I The Ruth Circle will meet on J hurmay, Aug. 31 at .9 aaTL ! The Esther Circle will meet on Aug. 31 at 2 p.m. in l the home of Mrs. Logan Edwards. r St THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH 10v. Edweud M. lCsmr. Pastor I Mass on Sunday, Aug. 27, will l | be offered at I0 a.m., in the new church. new St. Thomas Aquinas I Church will be dedieat. Sept. 3. Iomrs Lu'rn,,m cn'uncs lr o. ]kmetn, Pmtor Sunday 9:30 a.m. Worship Service--10:30 a.m. A cordial welcome to all. THE METHODIST CHURCH R. Roy W.  ltw 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. Leaguers Eliminated i J Mount Pulaski Little Leaguers l won and lost in the Beason tourney the first of the week. The American League All-Stars took a rap on Monday night, los- ing to Atlanta, 19 to 1. The Na- tional League entry won their game Tuesday night, however, by a 19 to 8 score, from another At- lanta team. Last night the .Naraonal League entry was eliminated as well as pulverized by a strong Hallsville entry which ran up a 29 to 2 score in six innings. The game was halted in the second after the Hallsville team had scored 8 runs when it was discovered that they were not using Little League ap- proved bats, but regular bats After a consultation the game re- verted to the first of the second with the score tied. Different bats didn't halt Hallsville, however, for they continued to bat the ball all over the field. The Nationals play Atlanta to- night in the second game. The American league also lost to Waynesville and are eliminated. AMERICAN ALL-STARS DEFEAT NATIONAL ALL STARS BY 7-4 SCORE Annual Game home on a single by Danny Jack- Closes Little she Americans also scored in Leaaue Season the fifth when Allen Stauffer scur- o ed after a walk. Darrell Hanslow pounded out a home run in the sixth inning for the Nationals only scoring activ- !ity that inning. But the Americans scored 2 in the sixth as Bill Erlenbush and Schlitt were both able to cross the plate. Although they were five runs behind going into the finaI stan- za, the Nationals didn't give up, and it appeared for a moment that they might tie the game up. They did collect two more runs when Jim Fuhrer and Ronnie Bowles were driven home on Steve Stucke1's triple. Jeff Martin took a base after being hit by a pitched ball, and that meant the tieing run was at bat. But, they weren't able to take advantage of the position as Bowles retired the last two batters in order to secure the victory. The line score: American 000 412 0---7 National .000 011 2,---4 Thirty, A nice age for a woman especially when she's over 40. FORMER RESIDENTS TO CELEBRATE 50th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. M. G. Hutchins will celebrate their 50th wedding IF YOU ARE NOT A SU:::RiB|R anniversary on Sunday, ArC- h in Watson, 1961, at their ome The couple was married court house at S the 26th day of August, J. B. Weaver, County She was Cordelia G. daughter of Mr. and .Mrs. C. Defrees, hit. Pulaski, IlL the son of Mr. and Mrs. Hutchins of Union ingham County, IlL All are deceased. ..,Md Attendants at their "_-,... were Mr and Mrs George Deu brother of the'bricte, and Mr. d Mrs. Mikel Hutchins, bro tfg the groom. Mrs. Defrees is only one still living, r I The couple has no childre l are blessed with 29 niec- nephews. Frank Defsees' r# Fairbult, Minn., and Mrs- Griffin of Britton, Mich., are ' ther and sister of Mrs. Hurry# Noble Hutchins, Mrs. MarYt and Mrs. Susan Webb, of W . Ill., are brother and sisters u Hutchins. Mr and Mrs M G FIu_ li" in Logan "and "sg t Counties until about 22 go when they moved to Det # Ill., RFD. Then in Octolr,# they moved to Watson, Ill, they now reside.  S They are celebrating  .. basket dinner on SundaY, 'a and all relatives and frie invited. OF THE The American League All-Stars were 7- 4 victors over their Na- tional League opponents in a hard-fought Little League All- Star baseball game last Friday. A four-run barrage in the fourth inning gave the American League a lead they were never to lose, although the Nationals threatened more than once. Larry Bowles, winning pitcher, gave up five hits, while Gary JacksOn suffered the less after giving up four. Both went the seven.inning distance. The game was scoreless until tl3.e American's big fourth inning. Jeff Laatsch opened the inning with a three bagger and Bowles singled to score him. Scott Stein- fort went hitless, Larry Baker walked and Eddie Aughenbaugh was safe on' an error. John Schlitt was picked-off at second, but, three more runs crossed the plate on the play. Dick Talmage fan- ned to end the inning. 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