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t Pulask:L IIL,THURSDAY, SEBER 14, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! 2426. Team game: Tom's Coffee'Shop 850. Ind. series: Glen Smith, 559. Ind. Game: Roy Garr, 222. HILLTOP LEAGUE (I)ed.. Sept. 13) BOWLING Tuesday and B. M. A. nights after first shift Budweiser play. Also on Saturday Hilltop Bowl afternoons and even- Logan Farm Service S as well as every afternoon. Curtis Oil Co. -- " I Stahl Furniture 7 ' GAA Class from Elkhart lFarmers Grain 7 i ool had a merry time at Hanslow's Standard Serv. 5 Lltop Bowl Monday after- Rocky Ford 3 i ,hen the 30 members roll-IWolcott Soft Water 0 i games. They sure liven- [ Team series: BMA, 2507. the place with their pep.] Team game: Hilltop Bowl, 886 :: -- _ I Ind. series: Barney Mason, 555 LOAFERS LEAGUE Ind. game: Robert Horn, 218. (Mon Sept. ID W L TOPETTE LEAGUE Place 6 3 (Wed., Sept. 13) Oil 6 3 W L Elevator 6 3 Fire Department 6 0 Grain 5 4 Copeland & Hild 5 1 Jewelry 5 4 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 4 2 Department 5 4 Everett Koehler 3 3 Lumber 4 5 Huston & Paolone 3 3 Feeds 3 6 Dick's Place 3 3 Hardware 3 6 Horn's Standard Serv. 2 4 Tool Co. 2 7 Moore Insurance 2 4 game: Knoy, 211. Wilham Construction 2 4 series: Knoy, 567. Rau Hardware 0 6 Tomlinson Elevat- High series: Mary Ayle.sworth, Or, 2428. 501. Tomlinson Elevat- High game: Mary Aylesworth, 857. 214. -- Team series: Copeland & Hild, MEN'S LEAGUE 2033. (Non., Sept. 11) Team high: Fire Department, Points 722. Elevator 23 Grocery 19 CHURCH LEAGUE eFork Grain Co. 17 (Thurs., Sept. l) Transfer 16 W L Products 16 St. John's Lutheran 6 0 Construction Co. 12 Mt. Pulaski Christian #1 5 1 Insurance U Methodist #2 5 1 #2 10 Willing Workers 3 3 Bros. Imp|ements 9 Cornland Christian #2 3 3 Hybrids 7 Zion Lutheran 2 4 series: Barrtck's, 2409. Methodist 1 2 4 game: arrick's, 838. Lincoln Lutheran 2 4 series: E: Froschauer, Jr., Cornland Christian #1 1 5 Copeland Christian "1 1 5 game: E. Froschauer, Jr., Team series: St. John's Luther- an - 2341. TO S---PPER-LEAGUE Team game: St. John's Luther- an - 815. (Tues., Sept. 12) Ind. series: Gary Zimmermann, Points 517. Coffee Shop 26 Ind. game: John Horton, 190. Paint ' 21 -- Conoco 19 SPORTSMAN LEAGUE 17 (FrL, Sept. 8) Fire Dept. 17 Points G. 16 Dean's Sundries 14 Market 16 Funk's Seed Co. 14 Holmes 16 Fraim Standard Service 11 Coal & Ice Co. 15 Mr. Pulaski Grain Co. 7 Grain, Beason 12 Turner Motor Service 7 series: Tom's Coffee Shop, Logan Farm Service 6 Points 11 10 9 9 9 AR & GILT SALE SPOTTED _POLAND CHINA ;BOARS 25 OPEN GILTS Saturday Night, Sept. 16 7:30 P.M. -- RAIN OR SHINE Sale to be held at the Farm, 3 mles South, and ;,1/4 mile East of Elkhart on the Elkhart-Cornland ;!]tlacktop Road, or, 3 miles East, 2 miles North, IN 1/4 mile East of Williamsville. Z, UNCH TO BE SERVED. WRITE FOR CATALOG PHONES: Elkhart 947-2525 947-2522 Auctioneer: Luke J. Gaule Not Responsible For Accidents Walter James Hickey WILLIAMSVILLE, ILLINOIS Lake Fork Grain Co. 5 Hahn Oil Service 4 Bo-Jac Hybrids 2 Faultless Feeds 0 High team series: Funk's, 2519. High team game: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 912. High ind. series: T. Havener, 587 High ind. game: W. Wilham, 223. NEWSPAPER TELLS IF OUR DOG IS LOST What is a newspaper? The Raymond (Wash.) Adver- tiser recently picked up a defini- tion which ran in the Letterbox of a west coast newspaper. The definition was written by a six- year-old girl named Diana. She wrote: "Newspapers. We need them so we can know who reks and who drowncls and who shoots some- body. And who want a house or who dies or gets a baby. It tells if your dog is lost. They are good on shelves and to make bond fires. They also do good under a baby's plate and to keep dogs offa things. You can wrap potato peelings in 'era. You can put one when you defrost. They tell about shows and how much things are." To which the editor of the paper added: "P.S: Diana, they also aro good to swat things with, like flies and public officials and things." LONG SEARCH A woman spends the first part of her life looking for a husband and the last part wondering where he is. PUBLIC AUCTION HOUSEHOLD GOODS & GARAGE EQUIPMENT LATHAM, ILLINOIS SATURDAY, SEPT. 16, 1961.1:00 p.M. 1950 Model Kelvinator 2 dr. no-frost Refrigerator.Freezer; 1960 - Tappan Gas Range (both used only 10 months); two-burner wr-- Flame oil heater; davenport with 2 matching chairs; Morris css- floor lamp; 2 table lamps; 9x12 rug; 6 throw rugs; 2 library t a. hall tree; end table; bookcase; desk: plastic drapes; flower treadle sewing machine; 2 radios; 2 beds; dresser; 2 chests of dsV" ers; chiffrol; 2 bed lamps; table with 4 chat cabinet; kitchen cabinet: utility cabinet; woodeaj, cupboard; deep fryer; Easy washing machine; mJscellmOUS es, pans, kitchen tools, chairs. "IDEAL Pop Cooler  2 Small Show cases Power mowers; hand mower: 3 electric motors; garden tools; step ladder; 2 cro-cut saws; 2 hand saws; screen door: large C valve lifter; flanging tool: ring compcessor; tap and die setJ grease gun, chain hoist; lO0" extensio cord, 50" plastic  misceUaneous wrenches and tools, and other items too mention. TERMS:- CASH DAY OF SALE NOT RESPONSIBLE 1N CASE" OF ACCIDENT Mrs. McKinley (Mildred E.) Lowe, OWNER . cue 79z  GENE B. HOWE, Auctioneer Mount Pulaski, IlL Ph " DALE VOLLE, Clerk MRS. MILDRED E. LOWE, CaJd BRIGHT IDEA. It's back-to-school time. That means lunch boxes, pencils and ImPer, a new schoolbag-and lmmework. Good time to talk about the fights that make homework possiblo. EA'perts say that most people read by inadequate lightin They also say that best lighting is provided by a bulb of at least 150 watts, properly shaded. IDEA: check your reading lights now.