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PAGE IIGH'r THURSDAY, HS Leads ,League (Continued fzxym tinge 1) For the first time in a good many years Mount Pulaski high has what looks like a ball team and have a good chance to win the league championship. They journey to Elkhart Friday affternoon for their next league en- counter. Box Score: Mr. Pulaski AB R H Buckles, If ........... 3 2 0 Schwoerer, c ......... 2 1 1 McCaln, 3b ........... 2 2 2 West, cf .............. 3 0 1 Talmage, lb ......... 3 0 0 Holmes, ss ........... 3 0 0 Frazier, 2b ........... 3 0 0 Bertoni, rf ........... 3 0 2 Dittus, p ............. 3 0 1 Total .............. 25 5 7 Middletown AB R H Morris, ss ............ 3 0 2 Mason, 3b ............ 3 0 0 House, cf ............ 3 0 0 Harris, p ............ 1 1 0 Moon, c .............. 3 0 1 Steinhouse, if ......... 2 0 0 hoyer, lb ............ 3 0 2 Bonard. 2b ............ 3 0 0 Beharrds, rf .......... 2 0 0 Gamble, rf ........... 1 0 0 Total ............ 224 1 5 Middletown __0 I 0 0 0 0 0--1 .Mr. Puleski __1 0 3 0 I 0 x--5 Enlistment in the U. S. Naval Reserve is for four years but if a man lists today, a, nd the em- ergency ends within a period of several months, he will be return ed to his civilian job as soon as possible after the emergency i.; over, and will not be required to complete his four year term in ac- tive service. Naval Reserve do not lack for :eading facilities. Practically every ship is outfitted with a complet + library where members of the crew can read for either relaxation o" study, & Elevator Co., on South Wash- Local Events such bins, the others having been Tle funeral directors of Dis+- I built earlier in the sea+son. rict No. 10, of the Illinois State Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler Funerai Association, will meet at the Beach House on Lake Spring- field at 6:30 p.m. Monday, Sept 29. Officers will be elected. The dist- rict is composed of the counties of Sangamon, Logan, Menard, Ma- son, Morgan and Macoupin. Mer- vin Hutchcraft, of the Sheets fu- neral home, Lincoln, is tle present vice-president C. H. Unland, who operated a pool and billiard room in the Odd Fellows building on the north side of the square, closed the business the first of this week, and stored the equipment. The new 25,000 bushel-ca.pacity concrete storage bin has been com- pleted at the extensive plant of the Mount Pulaski Farmers Gram had as a guest Tuesday evening their son-in-law, %V. Earl Fry of Springfield. Mrs. X. F. Beidler of Lincoln was a visitor there Thurs- day. Louis Binder, formerly of West Frankfort, wl is suffering from an attack of paralysis and had been staying for several weeks vt the home of his sister, Mrs. Gott- lieb C. Zah, was returned Thursday morning to the Rest Haven Home in Decatur in the Schahd ambu- lance. New soda fountain equipment was installed Wednesday in the Bertoni restaoarant, and on Tues. day a new steam table was added. Mrs. Stella Bozarth of Elwood, Neb., and Mrs. Adam Walker of Bx PH,LmP MeLCVHON (! 497-1560) UR faith must be exercised. \\;Ve shou|d pray [or help an({ await [or it resting in God with a certain cheer[ulness o| soul and without mel- ancho|y murmuring in our hearts. Distrust and doubt produce a gloomy and terril)Ie hate toward C(1. Guard against these bi||ows in the sou|. and by meditation on the precious prom- ises o| God. estab|ish your hearts.  6BFAT SERMONS ( '" MINIATUBE 200,000 00m:uec00 weee C00RmO TO PLACES OF SAFETY ON RESCUE TRAINS \\; OPERATED FREE OF CHARGE BY THE AMERICAN RAILROADS DURING THE GREAT OHIO RIVER FLOOD OF 1937.  I]NCREA$1NG THE AVERAGE LOADING OF CARLOAD TRAFFIC BY ONE TON, THROUGH SUCH IMPROVEMENT5 AS BETTER PLANNING OF: SHIP/VtENTS OR IMPROVED PACKAGE DESIGN, ADDS THE EQUIVALENT OF 40,000 CARS TO THE NATION'S FREIGHT CAR SUPPLY. 1500 57Z+ 516, 000 REVENUE TON /VILES I 1690FOG, F,O00 REVENUE TON MILES IUIHE AMERICAN RAILROADS ARE NOW MOVING, SMOOTHLY AND SWIFTLY, MORE TONS OF FREIGHT MORE MILES THAN THEY DID IN THE PEAK WAR-YEAR OF 191& A..,IATIO OF AM RAILROADS NIS + Lincoln, visited here Tuesday with I their uncle and a+ant, Mr. and Mrs. Richard T. Harper. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Wynd made an auto trip Sunday to Harvey, a Chicago suburb, and visited their daughter Miss Ninr, who is a commercial instructor in the Thorn ton high school. Mrs. May L. Oren and son, George Mason Oren, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Millard of Decatur, were callers Sunday afternoon a' the home of Charles D. Snyder and daughter, Mrs. Georgia Trib- bett. Mount Pulaski is th old home town of Mrs. Oren. She was formerly May L. Mason, a daugh- ter of  pioneer resident, Chris C. Mason, and the family resided in the xest part of the city. Arthur Fant of New York City, who d.sited in Mount Pula+ski for ten days with his grandmother. Mrs. Henry Fant, and uncle, Chas. Fant, left Sunday for Chicago to spend several days with his father, Carl Fant, before returning east. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred M. Otsen and daughter Roberta. and Joan Corby of Berwyn, rrived last Thursday for a week's visit with .rs. Olsen's mother. Mrs. Emma Romer, and sister, Mrs. Willard Kautz. At her home four miles south of Mount Pulaski on the afternoon of Wednesday, Sept. 17. Mrs. Leigh W, Lucas was hostess to the Con- :ract Bridge Club. The prizes went to Mrs, Harry S. Ma, rtin and Mrs. . M. Merriman. Club guests were Mrs. Gene Tipsword of Champaign and Mrs. Carolyn Myers of Urbana. Mrs. Martin will be the next club hostess. Mrs. Hubert Turley and Mrs. Marie Hodson of Springfield, visit- ed here Sunday with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Hahn. Mr. and Mrs. Paul E. Beidler were guests in Lincoln Sunday of Mr. and Mrs, C. R. Gilcnrist. Oliver Miller returned to his home in Springfield Saturday eve- ning following a week's visit. southeast of Mount Pulaski with his sisters, Mrs. John Beck and Mrs Hattie Reiterman. in Lat.h.m with a sister-in-law, Mrs. Eldo Miller, nine miles east of the city with a nephew+, William Miller and family, and in town with s brother-in-law. James H. Shraler. On the night of Sept. 17, the memberS borhood club were Mrs. Lorab, Z. Lipp at on North ochle w-as the prizes were wrrded to F. Sams, George Rupp Schmitz. The next Mrs. Margaret Nolan. Steel Bilroad The first bessemer the United States the North Chicago May 24, 1865. for Boys and tops, in the field. They are g' incj leather so with plenty of weer :nfo them. Our stock is and priced 25c to der the present C +_ Item is a wagon the work faster:, to do it bee- IDEA any style bed. wagon to smooth riding ing speeds. your guarantee of years service. Equipped with Wagon is also available wheehs. These wagons spection... see them on BROOK00 FARM SAL