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PAGL EZGHT LOGAN COUNTY DAIRY TEAM WINS SECOND The Beason community high school's vocational agricultural dairy judging team, represent- ing Illinois at the National Dairy Congress in competition last week in Waterloo, Iowa, placed second, according to R. T. Rawl- ings, "Beason high school in- structor. In individual judging George Irwin received a gold medal; Melvin Fink, a silver medal; and Richard Thomas, bronze medal. Don Travis accompanied the team as an alternate member. TRIED TO BURGLARIZE GRADE SCHOOL FRIDAY NIGHT An attempt was made last Fri- day night to ente the Mount Pu- laski grade school. The north door which opens into the cafe- teria, was badly damaged. The burglary attempt is being in- vestigated. NOTIFY TIMES-NEWS IF YOU CHANGE YOUR ADDRESS The Times-News is asking a special favor of its subscribers wherever you are. It has to do with notifying, personally, the paper when you change your address. The postoffice depart- ment does not forward second class mail matter, newspapers being 2nd class mail, and as a result the papers are sent back to the Times-News and postage due must be paid on same. We want all subscribers to re- ceive the Times-News promptly and will of necessity, need your co-operation in this matter. If you wonder sometimes what happens to the paper, in case you have moved, this will ex- plain why the post office is un- able to make deliveries. CARD OF THANKS We wish to express our sincere thanks to the many good friends and neighbors for their acts of kindness and for sympathies ex- tended, during the ilness and fol- lowing ahe death of our beloved husband and father, Frederick William Opperman. The Family. TJ MOUNT  TIMES. NEWS. MOUNT PULAS ILIJNOIS THURSDAY, High School Co-champl (Continued from page I) [ Elkhcut--6 AB Awe, If .................................. 3 Statler, 3b ............................ 4 Buckles, ss .......................... 4 Panky, c .............................. 3 Dee, 2b .................................. 2 Grieme, cf ............................ 3 Yard, lb .............................. 3 Newman, rf ........................ 1 Stotgen, rf .......................... 1 Mordyke, p .......................... 3 HARMONY NEWS Mrs. Oliver Maske has taken over the Dey restaurant in Lath- RH am. 1 0 Arnold Galloway has enlisted 0 0 in the Navy and left for Chi- 0 1 cago on Tuesday. 0 i A birthday dinner was given 1 1 in honor of William Marshall on 1 1 Sunday. A number of relatives were present. Some from Detroit, Michigan. Marion Alsup has purchased a large house-trailer for his hired man and wife to live in, a Mr. and Mrs. Mason from Missouri. Annual Homecoming Oct. 14, next Sunday. Rev. George Jacobs of Peoria, conference director of 1 0 1 0 1 0 1 1 Totals 27 6 5 Mount Pulaski---5 AB R H B. Lowe, If ............................ 4 0 1 J. Romer, 2b ........................ 3 1 3 Mason, 3b ............................ 4 1 2 Armstrong, ss .................... 4 1 1 Hahn, rf ................................ 4 0 2 Brown, p .............................. 4 1 2 Bill Lowe, c ........................ 3 1 1 Stoeckel, cf .......................... 3 0 0 Veech, cf ............................ 1 0 0 !DeFrees, lb .......................... 3 0 1 USHER! ITWA5 b"n:glN - MY WlNE)SHIEL.D WIPEI,  A WC,.tC>N'T worK. CRICK t HAD TO IN TW OIVE WITH MY HF- NECK! Totals 33 5 13 AMUSING ACCIDENT When Director Delmar Daves was directing "Broken Arrow" he was considerably amused at the sight of a Hollywood tech- nical expert instructing Indians in the use of the bow and arrow. He was even more amused, however, when a similar inci- dent took place during the film- ing in Hawaii of 20th Century- Fox's "Bird of Paradise," his current Technicolor photoplay. The film depicts the events of l a century ago when male na- tives wore a strip of cloth called a Malo which the wearer fash- ioned into a skirt or loin cloth. The wardrobe department is- sued cloth to each of the hun- dred Hawaiian extras. Nobody, however, had the slightest idea of how to put them on. That's when Daves got his second big chuckle as he watch- ed wardrobe-man Norman Mar- tien, a product of Brooklyn, N.Y., teaching the Hawiaiians how to wear their native garb. Sunday and Monday, Oct. 14 - 15 at Mount Pulaski Theater. Sunday School work guest speaker. Basket Afternoon program at Everyone cordially Mr. and Mrs. William of Latham and Mrs. of this vicinity, were in last Friday and funeral of John Braue. For Your INSURANCE NEEDS -See- HARRY O. ELLIOTT Phone 17 or 148M Mount Pulaski Friendly Advice To Telephone Patrons DON'T BE IN TOO BIG A HURRY--when plac- ing a call let the phone ring at least 7 times. LOOK UP NUMBER BEFORE CAI_J.SNG--it will save both you and the operator wasted time. 2q-HOUR SERVIis at your "phone-tips" and whether day or night this service is always available. "Here's why I've chanqed my mindl" "Sure, I used to think it wouldn't do an harm to have the fovernment run the dec. 'tric business. But I've chaned my mind. ',Because when government meddles too much in any business, you get socialism. nd who'd want to leave a socialistic iU.S.A, to his kids?" Mister, millions of others have changed Jaelr minds as you did on this question of overnment in the electric light and power business. According to a 1951 nationwide poll, a majority of American men and women today oppose government owner. ship and operation of electric power. One big reason is that, when govern. nent steps into and takes over the electric businem--or any bunem-that's meialim And moat Americans don't want it. What's more, America's power nee&t have been well filled by the nation's busi- ness-managed electric light and power companies. They've more than doubled the supply of electric power since Pearl HaP bor. And more is on the way. When government competes against these companies, milliom of tax dollars and huge mounts of vitally ed mate. rials are wasted. Moat people would much rather see these tax dollars spent on the arms and other things America nee& to make it strong. This is no time, they agree, to waste either money or materi 9sz socialistic experiments. .* "MEET CORLI, ARCHER"--Cik--Sundo,y-9 p.M., fm t/Je, w,/'M  Mount Pulaski Telephone Co.