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Let's Go Bowling ! . CHURCH LEAGUE  (Sept. 28) W L St. John's Lutheran 15 0 Mr-Pulaski Christian 1 11 4 Cornland Christian 1 9 6 Methodist #1 8 7 00emodist #2 7 8 Willing Workers 7 8 Cornland Christian 2 5 10 Copeland Christian 1 4 11 Lincoln Luthergn 4 11 Team series: St. John's Luther- : an, 2326. Team game: St. John's Luther- an, 804. Ind. series:Jolm Horton, 545. Ind. game: John Horton, 202. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (Frt., Sept. 29) Points Dean's Sundries 23 Logan Farm Service Co. 21 Funks "G" 21 Hahn Oil Service 18 Turner Motor Service 17 Lake Fork Grain Co. 16 Fraim Standard Service 16 Mr. Pulaski Grain Co. 15 Bo-Jac Hybrids 14 Faultless Feeds 14 High team series: Logan Farm Service, 2494. High ind. series: T. Havener 561 High ind. game: W. Schmth, and T. Haven er, 197. LEAGUE [i:i ..... (Fd. Sept 2S) W L rk0000lng s 4 |!( Wtlham Construction  5 i:  Elleen's Beauty Shop 7 5 * National Bank  5 Farmer's Elevator 5 Stahrs Hardware 6 6 Mt Pulaski Grain 6 6 PhweB Lumber Co. 5 7 Auto 4 8 Trucking 3 9 Team series: Wilham Construc- tion, Team game: Wilham Construe- t ion, 792. Ind. series: Leadell Turner, 498. Ind. game: Doris Berg, 189. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Moa Oct 2) W L Dick's Place 13 5 Tnlinson Elevator 10 8 " Fire Department 10 8 Rothwell Lumber Co. 9 9 Latharn Oil Service 9 9 Chestnut Grain CO. 9 9 Faultless Feeds 9 9 Neaville Jewelry 8 10 Stahi Hardware 8 10 Minnesota Tool Co. 5 13 Ind. series: J. Sams, 221. Ind. high: Arnold, 596. Team series: Latham Oil 2556. : Team game, Latham Oil, 9(. IRJSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mou. Oct 2) Points Schahl Far--Elevator Grocery 33 42 Construction Co. 26 Fire Department No. 2 26 Barriek Transfer 23 Grain Co. 23 Pulaski Products 21 g Insurance 19 Stalfl Inlement 17 -Jae Hybrids 14 series: Sehahl Grocery, game: Farmers Elev. 838 L, K1. series: E. Froschauer, Jr., Ind. game: Paul Schahl, 212. TOPPERS LEAGUE (T-_es,, Oct. 3) 'S : Tom Coffee Shop E F. Holmes AI Conoco Coal & Gas Co. Letterle Painting Chestnut Fire Dept. Zlm's Super Market .... vlmes-N00,vs PAG Hybrids Farmers Grain, Beason Tedm series: Tom's Coffee 2412. Team game: Tom's Coffee Shop Points 39 33 32 31 30 29 29 21 19 16 Shop Ind. series: Robert Holmes, 582. Ind. game: Robt. Holmes, 207. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Oct. 4) Points Hanslow's Standard Service 24 Rocky Ford 22 B.M.A. 21 Poole, c 3 0 0 Mangold, If 2 0 0 Buyer, rf 2 0 0 Johnson, p 1 0 0 Budweiser 21 Curtis Oil Co. 19 Hilltop Bowl 18  Stahl Furniture 16 Logan Farm Service 16 Farmer's Grain Co. 9 Wolcott's Soft Water 9 Team game: Hanslow's, 1000 Team series: Hanslow's, 2700. Ind. game: C. Robb, 222. Ind. series: B. Mason, 574. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed, Oct. 4) W L Copeland & Hild 10 5 Everett Koehler 10 5 Fire Department 9 6 Horn's Standard 9 6 Huston & Paolone 8 7 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 8 7 Moore Insurance 8 7 Wilham Construction Co. 7 8 Dick's Place 5 10 Rau's Hardware 1 14 Team series: Koehler, 2022. Team game: Stoll Coal, 730. Ind. series: Aylesworth, 475. Ind. game Ayers, 177. Defeat N. Holland Totals 23 0 2 APPRECIATION We wish to thank our many friends for sending cards, gifts and letters, also, the many per- sonal greetings, on our 52rid wed- ding anniversary, which was September 23rd. We are grateful to our Heavenly Father for the many Christian experiences that were ours in our 40 years of ac- tive service and since then. Rev. and Mrs. Frank E. Neurneyer POSTPONED MEETING TO BE HELD FRIDAY, OCT. 13 The postponed meeting of the WSCS of the Methodist church, will be held Friday, Oct. 13, at 6:30 p.m. in the church. The an- nual potluck dinner will be serv- ed. This occasion is designated as Bank Night. The worship service will be in charge of Mrs. William Smith and the program in charge of Mrs. William Myrick. Hostesses are Mrs. Dean Scott, Mrs. Win. Jenner, Mrs. John Wad- dell, Miss Charlotte Hanslow, Mrs. Annie Buckles, Mrs. Gertrude The Weafher Mount Pulaski high's fine ball team won its way into the finals -iAv .c.nt Q WOW 7 What of the conference seas.o, n by. de- nice weather, it was 37 this a,m. f2eangamN:WatHlianda tgahyt " I but no frost. Very windy. Temp. " g Y . "I rose to near 70 degrees. This tied them with Atlanm l c+,.n, wou now what a "'"^" -'--   a 4 1 rece-' o,,..u,j ...... , ,,.c. c=u ,,au - ru, [change in the weather. This aam necessitating a playoff here last ' em rature . . I found a 60 degree t pe , ivlonuay.. I cloudy and windy. By noon was Ruiner pitching for the locals 80. Then the rain came at 2:30 p. was in fine form and held his op- ponents to two hits---bac to back singles in the third inning that got them nothing as Ruiner bore down to stop the rally. He struck out 11 while walking 5, and end- ed the game with a pickoff play on a runner at first with Jackson m. and mercury started down. The rain was accompanied by very high wind but no damage has been repored here. Many rotten tree limbs were blown down. Sunday began with a frigid 40 degree. Rose to near 58 degrees. Was cloudy in the morning but sun came out and afternoon was wonderful, yet a bit chilly when a person was in the shade, Tuesday's temperature was way down the ladder. Reports have R from 30 to 33 above zero. Plenty cold. Lots of frost. Temperature rose to a comfortable degree near 60. Clear. Wind quiet. Wednesday was as nice a fall day as one could ask for. Temper- ature started at about 46 and rose to 70. Sun was bright and warm. Only the wind smarted of L Began quiet like then rose to a quite strong force. A 50-degree temperature this Thursday morning; windy; sunny. SeG it with a Classified Ad. putting the tag on. locals were not costly. ML Pulaski AB R H O'Brien, 3b 4 0 1 Bailey, ss 3 0 0 Romer, p 4 0 0 Reeves, c 3 1 1 Jackson, lb 0 1 J. Zimermann, If 3 1 2 Handlin, 2b 1 0 0 Drake, cf 2 0 1 Wubben, rf ' 2 0 0 Totals 26 2 6 New Holland AB R H A. Hartwig, 3b 2 0 0 C. Miller, cf 3 0 0 Doby, 2b 3 0 1 Aper, lb 3 0 I I G. Duty, ss 2 0 0 | DO YOU HAVE A RETRACTABLE CORD ON YOUR TE00ONE ? Why not have the convenience of one at a very small cost. They are available in several different lengths. TELEPHONES IN COLOR . . . to match or contrast in your decorating scheme. Available in 12 decorator colors. We will mail you, upon request, a descriptive fold- er showing the telephones in actual color. Just call our Business Office. Mount Pulaski Telephone Company A NEW SEASON GETS UNDERWAY... The nation's colleges are palmed for (mother football ": I son.., days are growing shorter.., cooling winds  the approaching end of summer weather.., it's the of Autumn, 1961. The ope00g a this .e. is. good youurself. "What have Z to ShOW for a year's w. L the answer is very little, isn't it about time you stambul * pay yourself each payday. Just set aside a little froal check and deposit it sgularly in a savings account  YouU be surprised how fast it will grow into a net end provide money fo the things you can uew ' afford. THE FARMERS BANK _ Membe r Federal Deposit Insurance Corpora. tio Mount Pulaski, Illinois Public Sale of Real Estate AT Chestnuf, Illinois, on SATURDAY, OCTOBER 7, AT 1:00 O'CLOCK P.M., CENTRAL SAVING TIME. AT THE PREMISES TO To Uquldate business, we will sell at Public Auction tl real estate: Tract No. 1--Business building 45x60; 1600 square feet office spaces across front, one of which is Post Office; oil furnace and steam heal 2 feet off third lot. Terms: 20% of purchase price cash in of sale and balance upon delivery of deed- on contract with minimum down monthly payments of $50.00, with 6% paid balance. Will be subject to present Tract No, 2---Cement block building, 750 square feet. cash terms as specified above. Will sell with minimum down payment of $150.00 payments of $10.00, with 6% interest on ance, No. 3---4 room frame house in good state of Same cash terms as specified above. contract, with minimum down payment of: monthly payments of $20.00, with 6% paid balance. No. 4---2 vacant lots. Same cash terms as Will sell an contract with minimum doWn $50.00 and monthly payments of $10.00, terest on unpaid balance. Buyer of each tract will assume 1961 taxeS, 1962. Possession to be given at the time of deed or execution of contract, f# Abstracts of Title will be furnished, ex cept No. 2. FRANCIS H. MYRICK RUTH E. MYRICK, C. W. WOLPERT, Aucttone LLOYD F,