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6-.TIMF, S-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, IIL) THURSDAY, SEPT. 30, 1971 TO THE CAST AND CREW OF "SHADOWS OF GREATNESS" Words cannot begin to express the thanks we wish to express to you for your cooperation, interest, and dedication in helping to make our pageant a suc- cess. We thank you for suf- fering thru so many re- hearsals on the courthouse lawn in the cool of the evening and then, when the pageant had to move inside, for coming out Saturday afternoon for the only practice we had in the gym before curtain- time that e.vening. The big lift for the cast, crew and directors, was when they walked into the gym on that soggy, rainy, depressing Satur- day morning and discover- ed the ready-made back- drop of the courthouse from the Siltennial cele- bration ten years ago which Joe Kafka had masterminded. Bob Ayles- worth started thinking aFout trying to find this. backdrop when he heard the f'trst raindrops in the wee small hours of the morning Saturday. He spent an hour searching for it in the storeroom at the gym and when we arrived Saturday morning, he had it laid out on the gym floor. This and the train set painted by Steve Martin, gave everyone "heart" and was a big morale booster the practice was held and, that night, you all went on like professionals and gave a superb perform- alice. A special thank you for the lovely red, white and blue corsages wch came as such a nice surprise. We deeply appreciate your thoughtfulness. Mrs. Phyllis Edwards, Mrs. Betty Sams, Mrs. Jean Martin. Trucks Are Lifeline WASHINGTON--More than 35,000 American com- munities -- mOre every year are totally dependent on truck transportation to de- liver the goods needed for daily living. II I I III I Tommie Havenm', . IALTY CO. ct'pr. SUltOltnAN on4 FJUUll IPIOPErI'II i  f GO ' BOWLING HILLTOP LOAFERS Monday, Sept. 27, 1971 Howe Auctioneers& Ins. 17 Welch's Chargers 16 Lincoln Land Agency 12 Hilltop Bowl 12 Fire Dept. 12 Cyrulik Bros. 9 Custom Builders & Int. 9 Stahl Furniture 8 Stahl Hardware 7 F.S. 3 Ind. Game, Ed Powell, 244; Ind. Series, EdPowell, 647; Team Game, Staid Fum., 909; Team Series, L. L. Agcy., 2620. TOPPERS LEAGUE Tues., Sept. 28, 1971 Al's Conoco Chestnut Fire Dept. P. A. G. Hybrids Downing Ins. Stoll Coal & Gas Bo-Jac Hybrids Curtis Oil Times-News Ind. Game, D. Fuiten, 244; Ind. Series, R. Kelly, 591; Team Game, Bo-Jac's, 976; Team Series, Bo-Jac's, 2454. HILLTOP LOAFERS Monday, Sept. 20, 1971 Welch's Chargers 14 Howe Auctioneer & Ins. 12 Hilltop Bowl 10 Lincoln Land Agency 7 Fire Dept. 7 Cyralik Bros. 7 Custom Builders & Int. 5 Stahl Furniture 4 Stahl Hardware 4 F.S. 0 Ind. Game, D. Jackson, 229; Ind. Series, D. Jackson, 586; Team Game, Wdch's, 897; Team Series, Welch's, 2527 FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES Sept. 24, 1971 Team No. 4 19 Team No. 9 18 Team No. 2 18 Team No. 6 16 Team No. 1 15 Team No. 5 14 ! RE6ULAR MEETIN6S MA3@IOC 8:00 P.M  L A. C31API'I rtnt Jmt 8:00 P.M. 7:30 P.M. I lgE s=md umdr I l " '="" l I. .c m= I I r,,,m I SOFT WATER SERVICE MONTHLY RATE $ 4.2 5 Plkone 7924418 gloat Puluk m. Team No. 10 13 Team No. 3 11 Team No. 8 11 Team No. 7 5 M. Ind. Game, B. Holmes, 213; M. Ind. Series, B. Holmes, 553; W: Ind. Game, L. Bigelow, 170; W. Ind. Series, D. Dingman, 463; Team Game, No. 9,640; Team Series, No. 9, 1800. CHURCH LEAGUE Thursday, Sept. 23, 1971 W L Copeland 2 10tA 4 Zion Lutheran 10 5 Prophets 9 6 Christian 1 8 7 Willing Workers 7 8 Copeland 1 6 9 Methodist 5% 9 Christian 2 5 10 M. Ind. Game, G. Gibbs, 206; M. Ind. Series, G. Gibbs, 574; W. Ind.Game , A. Wilham, 179; W. Ind. Series, A. Wilham, 490; Team Game, Methodist, 746; Team Series, Prophets, 2178. 37 Here Comes The Judge 30 Judge: "It seems to me 29 you've been coming up be- 28 fore me in this court for 24 the past 20 years". 19 Prisoner: "Yes, Judge, 18 you've been a big disap- I 1 pointment to me. I thought by now you'd be governor. NOTICE!! Serving Channel Catfish EVERY- FRIDAY NITE 9egimg Blm lit. 5'.30- 8:30 P.M, % pound CHANNEL CATFISH "DOT & VERNS" CHESTNUT- CAFE, Chestnut, III. on P, ou,te 54 Seven Miles East of ML Pulaski. ' LOAD YOUR OAR & OOME AS YOU AREI! Dorothy & Vemell Balm owners & operators E/sner s your Store for C,ate Varutyl  ner has Pes,at/ d to your dollars' purchasing pow_er i , o '00Muracle Prtces./.. U.S. GOVq" INSPECTED FULLY COOKED SMOKED HAM Shank Portion U.S.GOV'T INSPECTEDCENTER CUTit-- PER Ham Slices ,. 0: ,UND LADY SCOTT 4 I Ti 175 COUNT Speea,/ HILLFARM 2 PO UCD wrrH COUPON O VAI.UAdlLE N U.S. GOV'T INSCTED nrllllllj t GOV'T INSPECTED FULLY COOKED SMOKED HAM . 1 mE" [ Butt Port, on,.  Baking He!.. All Meat Bologna Ham --3;3 J ,.s. Go,,.r NS'ECrED BONELESS 891 WHOLE FULLY COOKED Chuck Roast ,. Smoked "" ,,,o. Ham ,. AVE* WHITE, BtJRBAN K 20 POUND BAG PLUMP & rl JUICY Jonathan Apples EAC CALIFORNIA Romaine Pumpkin Pie ROMAN Ap_ple Coffee Cake 89 Birdfarm Pickle/Pimento 0 Cooked Salami " 00 Cat Food .-- Pineapple Juice Hand Lotion Kotex 2" Kotex " Ovatline "'' Chase & uwtmm'r , Fruit Cocktail Aluminum Foil GEORGE'S FOODS ,,. c,..,,o..,,,. , Oandiu Now GOLD MEDAL i  " " Flour ,ND  Stock Up On Yeur Gnpelruil-,luie ,,,s  wo,,. ,., Trick or Treat EISNER. ONE RR COUPON