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Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, OCTOBER 5, 1961 I 00.IILLTOPPERS LOST PLAYOFF |00GAME TO ATLANTA NINE, 8-6 D The Mount Pulaski High School  .... team ,,m eater the co.- NEW OFFICERS OF   playofls at Atlanta Fri. w&apos;T TTT'S'UEIx N dayo playing McLean, the win. L, svx,I ,t.1 net of the other half of the confer- i If they get by McLean they E wm r=oly p Mond a- i  the winner of the other fmuce playoff for the cham. R ptm,shtp. Came time  be B 8100. : The Hilltoppers dropped their playoff game with Atlanta, here, Monday, by an 8 to 6 score. Walks, errors and mental lapses plUs some heavy slugging in the early innings wer too much for lithe locals to overcome. The locals picked up a run in the first inning on O'Brien's hit :Bailey being hit by a pitched :/*ball, Romer safe on an error by sond baseman an which O Brien Scored. Atlanta came back in their half score three runs off Wubben. : A walk and an error put two on with Sutton blasting a homerun ever the left field fence to clear the bases. The locals tied it up in the see- and with a walk, a sacrifice bunt, i passed ball, O'Brien s second hit second scored Handlin, an error on Bailey's grounder, a walk Reeves' grounder to third on Bailey avoided a force-out allowing O'Brien to score the force-out play. Atlanta Scores 5 looked like a peaceful inning for the locals turn- out to be a disastrous one. The batter flied .to Romer, the walked, then a slow roller, i'between pitcher and first base ted in the runner beating OuJ the play which was the turn- At the regular meeting of the Zion Lutheran voters held Sun- day, new officers were elected for the year 1962. They will be in- stalled Sunday, Jan. 7, 1962 at the regular worship services, as follows: Chairman, Wilbert Schahl; Vice Chairman, Robert Dittus; Trustees are Otto Torbeck, Dean Werth; Elders are Carl Fullreide, Zone 6, Charles W. Hanslow, Zone 4, Fred Stahl, Zone 2, William Dittus, zone 10; Secretary, Wilbert Ya- gow; Financial Secretary, Julian Meredith; Board of Education, Donald Mc- Cormick; Mission Committee, Ken- neth Stoll; Stewardship Commit- tee, John Biesemeier; Sunday School Superintendent, Ray Ya- gow; Auditing Committee, Jack Beggs, George Ahrens; Logan County Lutheran Council, Norman Schahl. AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Junior Emrick and Helen Heis- erman are driving new cars. A card from Mrs. Henry Davis states they have moved again to same place were four years ago at 3922 N. Oracle, Tucson, Ariz. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Linn Rau were Mrs. Sibeth Berry, of Mrs. Rau, of Ber- ryville. Mr. and Mrs. Monty Berry of Calhoun. Miss Beulah Kinser of Decatur was a supper guest Tuesday of the Wm. Hefts. Other later guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jr. Johnston Mr. and Mrs. Gary Johnston, son Kerry. Miss K. showed pictures of recent trip to Mexico. Rev. J. H. Ruberg officiated at funeral services for Grover Hen- son, formerly of Center Chapel area, Sunday afternoon in Clin- ton. Mrs. Jr. Emrick, Mrs. Little Emrick of Kenney, sister Mrs. Frank Altman of Lincoln, visited H.A.K. Wednesday afternoon, then on to Chestnut to visit Mrs. Val- las Kuntzi. Mrs. Altman had a sale recently of her household furniture. She leaves Oct. 12 for Arkansas to make her home. She has spent some winters there. Our S. S. Supt. was pleased with the increase in attendance. Specials were a piano selection by Sandra Williams and an or- gan number by Connie Southern. For church the girls trio sang two hymns. Mrs. Ruberg pianist. The Pastor gives devotions at the Decatur Ministers, wives, groups meeting Monday night. Some plan to go to Springfield on Tuesday to the WSWS Institute. The finance committee meets at Center Chapel Oct. 11 and at Harmony Oct. 12. Includes the stewards, trustees, treasurers and pastor. The Budget for 1962 will be planned. Wednesday and Thursday nice fall days - a very strong wind all day Saturday brought a thunder storm, rain and more wind at 3 o'clock. Stop bean harvest again. Much cooler with N.W. wind. Sun- day cloudy till near noon. Decatur radio anonuncer said Northern Lights were playing Saturday night. Cleared off Monday a.m. Cold and clear this Tuesday a. m. Reported frost Monday a.m. Sorry "Bud" we don't send Mt. Pulaski news in. You should have called Mr. Wible or perhaps the "light company". Glad the "girls" got a laugh out of your calling US. r Neal Williams and Jim Mullion off these huge loads. Sawed  of Maroa, ,finished some tree work [ lot for stove wood. at H.A.K.s Monday - cut down[ --- . and sawed-up a dead elm close] Bookbindex- A man* who bim I to barn - cut limbs off trees along[man v books'that ought to K I road, hung down and raked cobs [gagged. ing point of the game. The next batter flied to second. With two two hits scored two runs er walk by Wubben, and Scroggin took over mound He was greeted with a hit another run. That could ended the scoring but a pop between first and second that for a fast play by Handlin wear awry and two more runs came is as the ball got by 3ack- :. That ended Atlanta's scoring :ifer the rest of the game but they hbd enough to finish ahead. The Hilltoppers fought back in e sixth to score two runs on a ii'walk, a hit to center by J. Zim- mermann, another walk and an ?'|nfield error at second. A pinch N : struck-out but with bases R lded O'Brien was walked to [:!force in second run. Romer came in to pitch the inning as Scroggin had been by a pinchhitter. Dick the first man on a grounder Then mowed down the two batters on six straight at which they either or looked at. Ii Atmta Blckwell, cf on, 3b : Sutton, C < mnett, p If ss rf lb 2b 29 8 8 , Pulm AB R H  O'Tlen, 3b 3 2 2 : alley, ss 4 0 1 ltomer, cf-p 3 0 0 Reeves, c 3 1 0 Ib 4 0 0 glmmermann, rf 4 2 1 2b 3 1 0 p 1 0 1 p  2 0 0 1 0 0 AB R H 3 2 1 4 2 4 1 3 1 4 0 3 0 3 0 0 2 1 0 3o 6 5 : Left on base: Mt. Pulaski, 17; Lanta 8. i; Rruek out by Bennett 13, Wub-  1, Seroggin 3, Romer 2. : op balls by Bennett 11, bben 3, Scroggin 2. want to thank our friends relatives for cards, flowers, and food, while we were in Decatur-Macon county hos- Mrs. 3ohn McCain and baby son, Dale Eugene CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS Now 400ffi,A New World of Worth from Chevrolet New lmpa/a $-Door Sedan Rich new styling wlth Jet-smooth ride '62 CHEVROLET Think of just about everything you ever wanted in a ear-- and darned if this one doesn't have itl A road-gentling Jet-smooth ride. New choice of V8 skedaddle. Beauty that stays beautiful--right down to new ru-reing front fender underskirts. Thk one may have you asking, "How did Chevrolet do it?" There's a new V8 choice ranging all the way from a standard 283-cubic-inch sizzler to two 409-cubic-inch power- houses.* And there's that '62 Jet-smooth ride with a supple Full Coil spring at each wheel and well over 700 body and chassis sound insulators and cushioners. 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