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i 8--TIMES-HE, Mount PulaskL IlL. THURSDAY. SEPTEMBER 7. I It Let's Go Bowling ! All leagues are now in play at the Hilltop Bowl, with only open bowling available only on Tues- and Thursday nights after the first shifts. Of co%rse there is open bowling Saturdays and Sundays, afternoon and evening. John Woodrum hit his high mark in bowling last week when he won third place in a 10-game handicap endurance tourney at the Strike 'N Spare in Springfield. Them were 66 entries in the tour- hey which made his winning all the more outstanding, but his av- erage of 197 pins per game (with no handicap) was really some- SPORTSMAN LEAGUE (Fd, Sept I) Sundries Seed Co. Standard Service 's Bullsitters Motor Service Pulaski Grain Co. Farm Service Co. Service Hybrids Faultless Feeds Points 7 7 6 5 5 2 2 1 0 0 Ind. Series: H. Kerschner, High Ind. game: H. Kerschner 'High Team series: Brown's Bull- TOPPERS LEAGUE ('ruu., Sept 5) Points Letlerle Paint 21 Coffee Shop 19 -News 15 14 Hybrids 14 Z's Super Market 14 Fire Dept. 13 Coal & Gas Co. 12 Holmes 11 Gr. & Elev. 7 series: Chestnut Fire Dept. - 2293. Game: Chestnut Fire Dept- 828. Ind. Series: Bill Sutton . 535. Ind. High: Bill Sutton - 209. Schahl Grocery 12 Barrick's Transfer 11 Fire Dept. #2 10 Lake Fork Grain Co. 10 Downing Insurance 9 Stahl Bros. Implement 4 Bo-Jac Hybrids 2 Team series: Farmer Elevator, 2395. Team game: Farmers Elevator, 866. Ind. series: Jim Brown, 527. Ind. game: Cecil Wilham, 212. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon.. Sept 4) W L Latham Oil Service 5 1 Tom's Coffee Shop 4 2 Chestnut Grain 4 2 Neaville Jewelry 3 3 Rothwell Lumber 3 3 Faultless Feeds 3 3 Dick's Place 3 3 Fire Department 2 4 Minnesota Tool 2 4 Stahl Hardware 2 4 High game: T. Havener, 221. High series: T. Havener, 583. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., SepL 6) W L Fire Department 3 0 Everett Koehler 3 0 Moore Insurance 2 1 Copeland & Hild 2 1 Horn's Standard 2 1 Huston & Paolone 1 2 Stoll Coal & Gas 1 2 Wilham Construction 1 2 Dick's Place 0 3 Rau's Hardware 0 3 -- , , (Thurs., Aug. 31) ESS MENS LEAGUE [St. John's Lutheran M Night--Early [Mt Pulaski Christian (Sept. 4th) I Zion Lutheran Points ] Willing Workers Fan aers Elevator 21 J Methodist Mt Pulaski Products 14 [Cornland Christian #2  Construction Co. 12 [Cornland Christian #1 Ind. high: Pat Schahl, 192. Ind. series: Helen Dickerson 449 Team game: Copelanc & Hild, 668. Team series: Koehler, 1961. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed. Sept. 6) Points Hilltop Bowl 7 Farmers Grain 7 Budweiser 5 BMA Ins. 4 Logan Farm Service 4 Hanslow Standard 3 Rocky Ford 3 Curtis Oil 2 Stahl Furniture 0 Wolcott Soft Water 0 Team game: Budweiser, 905. Team series: Hilltop Bowl, 2635 Ind. game: Tom Havener, 226. Ind. series: Tom Havener, 587. CHURCH LEAGUE 3 0 3" 0 2 1 2 1 1 2 1 2 0 3 " OWN IT SOONER BY SAVING HERE 1961 Copeland Christian 0 High team: St. John's, 808. Team series: St. John's, 2294. Ind. game: H. J. Wible, 192. Ins. series: H. J. Wible, 510. DINNER SERVED AUGUST 27 BY MRS. OTTO ROOS Mrs. Otto Roos, North Mason St., served a dinner Sunday even- ing, Aug. 27, honoring the birth- day anniversary of her daughter, Mrs. Edward Ruwe, who resides west of the city. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. George Ruwe of Normal; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruwe, Lin- coln; and, Edward Ruwe. See how quickly your down payment grows THE SHORTEST route to home ownership be- gins at our savings window. We'll work out a thrift program that builds your down pay- ment in budget-sized amounts. Save a little with us every month. Your generous earnings will bring "moving-in day" months nearer! .:: LINCOLN SAVINGb Lgan Co.s Friendly, Profitable Savings Center Since 1883 BROADWAT & % LINCOLN, KIGLPOO  ILLLINOIS H. S. BAND GOES TO ST. LOUIS FOR TWO - DAY TRIP (April 26. 1956 Four busses carrying 72 mere. hers of the Mount Pulaski school band, together with 12 chaperons, pulled away from the high school at 7:30 Friday morning bound for Granite City and St. Louis, on a two.day concert trip. Director Les Werntz had pre- pared a particularly enjoyable program, featuring various types of music which demonstrated the I full scope of the band's capabili- [ ties. Climaxing the concerts was a modernized version of American Patrol which brought the "house: down", and this followed by "South" further won the student body to such an extent that they wouldn't settle for anything less than another encore number. "Seventeen" further aroused their enthusiasm so that they tried to "waggle" another encore but time wouldn't permit--neither would the class periods. PUDLIC AUCTIO HOUSEHOLD GOODS & GARAGE EQUIPMENT LATHAM, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1961.1:00 t 1960 Model Kelvinator 2 dr. no-frost Refrigerator.Freezer; 1960 Tappcm Gas Range (both used only 10 months); Flame oil heater; davenport with 2 mcrtching chai; Morris floor lamp; 2 table l-raps; 9x12 rug; 6 throw rugs; 2 hall tree; end table; bookcase; desk; plastic drapes: flowe treadle sewing machine; 2 radios; 2 beds; dresser; 2 chests ', ers: chiffrobe: 2 bed lamps: porcelain.top table with 4 cbair cabinet: percelaln.top kitchen cabinet: utilit cabinet; woodea cupboardt deep fryer: Easy washing machine; misceilaneouJ es, pans, kitchen tools, chairs, "IDEAL Pop Cooler -- 2 Small Show Cases Power m .overs: hand mower: 3 electric motors: garden ladder: 2 cross.cut saws- 2 hand saws- screen door; large C valve lifter; flanging tool; ring compcessor; tap and die grease gun; chain hoist; 10ft extension cord; 50" pl=stic gardem miscellaneous wrenches and tools, mid other items too mention. TERMS:- CASH DAY OF SALE NOT RESPONSIBLE IN CASE OF ACCIDENT Mrs. McKinley (Mildred E.) LoWe, lower cost per hundred weight with healthier pasture-fattened cattle a n that you've Ezpeee hks shown many farmers that good pasture  substitute for as much as half the grain.., and ementially all protein supplement.., required to fatten cattle on dry lot. Now we're not recommending that you stop corn plus supplement feeding, but we are suggesting that animals might be pasture fattened longer due to economy--especially with present reduced corn acreage. This practice would mean pasture must be up to peak producing power. Otherwise, it can't do extra duty. But what's best for pastures? Well, certainly one recommended step should be application of finely ground rock phosphate. Rock phosphate helps build strong mote.., increases drought resistance.., speeds maturity. Perma-Phos rock hate--mtmd finer than flour--sifts quickly, into soil and gives in- creased yields from the first year. But bdes what it does for your grass and elov----it'a a necessary dement in animal nutrition that must be made available through grazing.., or added as a feed supplement. But let's get back to yields. University of Missouri figures show that between 1946 and 1949, in a wbaat-dover rotation, dover yidds jumped 753 pounds per acre as a result of rock phosphate. Planted as part; of a mixed pasture, we antici- pate you can get just as good clover mmlt RED CLOVER RESPONSE TO ROCK PHOSPHATE** Treatment Red Clover Yield--Ibs./acre Ume, 0-40-40 th wheat .................... 2 437 ............................. 3,190 1500f rP, 0-0-40 with wheat* ............ lime used Increase 753 Pay while you profit/ MA  Add rock phosphate to your fertmllty program, now. Chances are you're eligible for long term financing. Why not visit us and your local bank or Production Credit off today? p eeTests made by Unhntrs/ty of Mlaour/--South  Far flne/y ground rock phOprtt@ No. Puutl bynu w. memme SURE WAY TO INCREASE PHOS-FERTILITY FULLER SEED CO. LINCOLN, ILLINOIS OWNER GENE B. HOWE, Auctioneer . Mount Pulaski, Ill. Pho 7_ DALE VOLLE, Clerk MRS. MILDRED E. LoWE,