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d 0--TIMES-NEWS, Mount PulaskL nL THURSDAY, OCTOBER S, 1961 Let's Go Bowling ! CHURCH LEAGUE i l(Thurs. Oct. 19) W St, John's Lutheran 23 Cornland Christian #1 15 Mt Christian #1 1,3 lli # 1 12 12 Lutheran 12 12 #2 11 13 Workers 11 13 Lutheran 9 15 Christian #1 9 15 Christian .#2 5 19 Team series and game: St. John's Lutheran, 2352 - 809. Ind. series and game: John Horton, 545 - 215. .... STRIKETTE LEAGUE (Frt. oct 20) w L Wilham Construction -15 6 Eileen's BeauW Shop 15 6 National Bank 14 7 Insurance 11 10 Elevator 11 10 Rothwell Lumber Co. 10 11 Mr. Pul. Grain Co. 9 12 Western Auto 8 13 Stahl Bros. 7 14 Gerdes Trucking 5 16 Ind series: C. St. Pierre, 474. Ind. game: J. Haynes, 177. Team series: Eileen's, 2106. Team game: Eileen's, 737. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Oct. 29) Logan Farm Service PO3 Dean's Sundries Oil Service 3  Trainer Motor Service 32 Ftaim Standard Service 32 Bo-Jae Hybrids 30 ::Lake Fork Grain Co. 24 Funk's G 24 Pulaski Grain Co. 19 Faultless Feeds, 19 ! Team series: Turner's, 2491. 855 game: Lake Fork Grain game: J. Matthews, 628. game: J. Matthews, 221. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon. Oct. 23) W L Dlek Place 16 11 Letterle Painting 39 Zim's Super Market 39 Chestnut Fire Department 39 B. F. Holmes 36 PAG Hybrids 34 Times- News 32 Beason Farmers Grain 28 Team series: PAG, 2524. Team game: PAG, 859. Ind. series: O. Poffenbarger, 551. Ind. game: B. Diez, 204. L 1 HILLTOP LEAGUE 9 (Wed., Oct. 25) Points BMA Insurance 36 Rocky Ford 35 Curtis Oil 33 Hanslow's Standm:d Service 31 Hilllp Bowl 30 Budwoiser 30 Wolcott's Soft Water 30 Stahl Furniture 23 Logan Farm Service 18 Farmer's Grain 14 Team game: Rocky Ford, 971. Team series: Curtis Oil, 2593. Ind. game: R. Tabacchi, 214. Ind. series: J. Woodrum, 565. TOPETTE LEAGUE (wect, Oct. 25) W L Fire Department 16 8 Everett Koehler 15 9 Moore Insurance 14 10 Horn' Standard Sta. 13 11 Copeland & Hild 13 11 Wilham Construction 12 12 Huston & Paolone 12 12 Dick's Place 12 12 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 11 13 Rau Hardware 2 22 Team series: Koehler, 2,101. Team game: Wilham Const. 741 Ind. series: M. Patterson, 454. Ind. game: M. Patterson, 184. DOG CHEWS CAT; CAT BITES CHILD, CAT DIES; FLEAS FLEE "Poor George," a family cat in the neighborhood of the grade school, paid the supreme penal- ty of paying a visit to the school Tuesday. And, a little girl was bitten by the cat. "George" was spied by a big boxer who was also a hanger- around at the school, and the chase was on. Before George could make it up a tree to safety, the boxer got him. In those big Jaws, poor George took an awful chewing before his enemy releas- ed him to get a new mouthful. The cat still had one life left of en into the principal's office where it was placed in a box for care. Then another episode in the drama took place -- either the warmness of the room, or the fact that life was departing from George, caused the flea popula- tion to desert their heretofore comfortable home. It was then that as the fleas flew, so did most of the onlookers. A spray gun was brought into action and that was the last of the fleas. Poor George's head was sent in to the state laboratories for rabies examination. The little girl wag given treatment. But, the big box- er still roams -- looking for more cats. CALIFORNIA VISITOR Mrs. James Riggs of Berkley, Calif., has been visiting relatives and friends in this area and in Bloomington, since September. She is a sister of Mrs. Mertice Meister of Mt. Pulaski and Mrs. Alfred Wacaser,-of Lincoln. Her daughter, Mrs. Arthur Scroggin, of Washington, Ill., and daughter, Margery Mitchell, were visitors here Sunday. Her husband, Dr. Riggs, practiccl medicine here from 1898 to 1916. CHURCHES LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Lathcm nlinots Louis E. Kraft, Pastor 9:30 axn. Bible School 10:30 a,,rt. Worship Service 7:30 p3n. Evening Worship COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.--Church Services ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH (Chestnut) Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. D. E. FArcher, Ph. PY6-5911 9:30a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes 10:30 a.m. Worship Service THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illinois Roy. Roy W. True.blood, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School 30:00 a.m. Morning Worship Ser- vice. CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdlck, Minister 9:30 axn. Bible School 10:35 a.m. Morning Worship Sermon: "Do Not Disturb!" 6:00 p.m. Junior CYH. 7:00 p.m. Evening Worship. Sermon: "Blessed Are The Guests" 8:00 p.m. Senior CYH. Annotmcemmts Tomltnson Elevator Oil Service Feeds Jewelry Grain Lbr. Co. Hardware 15% 11% its proverbial nine, and rushed to 14% 12% its best friend--a tree. Climbing 14% 12% part way up on the way to safe-! 13 14 ty, the exhausted and mauled 13 14 George, fell back to the ground. 13 14 Wide-eyed youngsters who had 12% 14%' been horrified at the scene as 12 15 they watched the tragedy, gather- Tool 11 16 ed around the" cat to see if it Team game: Stahl Hardware, was dead when it fell onto the 853. Team series: Neaville's, 2437. Ind. game:F. Paolone, 224. Ind. series: T. Havener. 560. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mou. Oct 23) Points Elevator 55 Grocery 47 Department #2 39 Mt. Pulaski Products 37 Construction Co. 35 Fork Grain Co. 35 Transfer 29% Stahl Implement 24 Insurance 24 Hybrids 24 series: Mt Pulaski Pro- ducts, 2491. Team game: Mt. Pulaski Pro- ducts, 902. Imt. series: L. Turner, C. Holm- es, 557. Ind. game: H. Tendick, 222. TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tuu. Oct 24) Points Coffee Shop 55 Conoco 41 & Gas Co. 41 ground. It wasn't! And the cat, still terrified, raised itself from the ground long enough to bite little Crystal Buckles on the leg before it fell back exxhausted. The near-dead George was tak- Our Prayer Meeting topic for Wednesday night, Nov. 1, will be "The Basis For Christian Growth" We meet at 7:30 p.m., and every- one interested is invited. The annual Calendar Banquet will be held on Thursday night, Nov. 2, at 6:00 p.m. Church services for Sunday, your Winter driving is always rough on a car, but you'll be ready for the worst the coming cold season can bring if you have us check your car over now. Some of the winter driving helps we can furnish include: A radiator flush and fresh anti-freeze to make your cooling system worry-free for the winter .. A tune.up to assure easy starting on the coldest mornings... A break adjustment to help you make easy stops, even on slick pavement . . . New tires to provide the traction and grip necessary for winter driving. ,Oct. 29, will be on central stand- ard time. Remember to set your clock back one hour. St THOMAS AQUINAS CHURCH Rev. Edward M. Krewer. Pastor Mass on Sunday, Oct. 29, will be offered at 8 aJn. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe PIL 792-5965 Fri., 6:30 p.m.,PTL. Members bring hot dogs, buns, potato chips and donuts. Sat., 8:45-11:15 a.m. Saturday School. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and Bible Classes for all ages. 10 a.m. Worship services. Matthews 13, 44-46. "The Gospel Treasure." 2:30 p.m. 8th annual Reforma- tion Rally at the grade school gym. Dr. J. Beto will be the speaker. Children's Choir un- der the direction of Mrs. Hu- bert Stoll, will sing special numbers. "Una Sanct", a can- tata by Paul Christiansen, will be sung by a mass adult choir, directed by Mrs. Helen Hoblit of Atlanta. The public is invited. Mon., 7:30-8:30 p.m. Choir prac- tice. Tues., 2:45 p.m. 6th grade in- struction. 7:30 p.m. Adult Class. Wed., 7:30 p.m. Church Council A cordial invitation to everyone. FIRST METHODIST CHURCH Cor. Jefferson and Vine Clifford D. Smith, Minister Services for October 29, 1961: Sunday School at 9 a.m. Win Allsopp, Supt. Worship Service at 10 aan. Sermon by our District Superin- tendent, Dr. Clifford C. Brown of Springfield, Ill. Special music by the Adult Choir directed by Mrs. Julian Sarns and accompanied Fran Myrick. The First will be held the worship service instead Monday evening as nounced. All trustees, commission chairmen, officers are urged to be Others are welcome. Monday: Mission Study "Into All The World conducted by Mrs. Claus at 7 p.m. This is a class. New students are Senior High MYF at Dennis Myrick, president, is leader for this meeting. Commission Chairman recently: Faith and Witness, Citizenship and World ship, Wade Schott, Jr. Fellowship and RecreatiOn: becca Singley. St` IOHN'S LUTHERAN Ray O. Zumstein, past Sunday School--9:30 aJ Worship Service--10:30 a.- be: The pastor's sermon wlu "What Is The Reformatioff The Junior, High Senior, will join in the ing of the hymn-anthem the Rock." The con participate in the last A cordial invitation to all Mon., 7:00 p.m. Luther Wed., 7:00 p.m. ers Thurs., 9:30 a.m. Morning 2:00 p.m. Ladies Aid 4:00 p.m. Junior Choir tiee 7:30 p.m. Sunday Teachers and Officers ing. LATHAM METHODIST Paul Du Bois, Pastor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. SUpt. Morning Worship--9:30 Sunday School10:30 From where I sit... Joe Marsh Friendly "Enemies" Just about my elosest friend In town is old Colonel Harmon. our banker. Yet, when I was lot younger and had Just stmdl the C/.rlo., I actually thought he was my ememy! Whenever I wrote an editor- ial. there was sure to be an angry letter from the Colonel, taking the opposite side. Seemed pretty clear he'd just as soon I was out of business. But in the Depression, when fl looked like the CT.arion would have to shut down, it was Colo- nel Harmon who offered the loan that kept me going. Startled, I asked him why. "Well," he growled, "just be-. |, Coprisht, 1961, Ud  &er, cause,I don't agree with a doesn t mean I don't value opinion. Besides--if you z'O closed up, who'd I have to gue with?" From where I sit, one of d wonderful things about Aze.,. lea is the way people respu emeh other's opinions. Fo e" ample, the Colonel do en's happen to share my preferenee for glass of beer, but he Win" desrstands I have a right to feel the way I do. It's tolerance ]rite this that keeps our frlendsh/P "in bminess. ,,.v,. D I C K PHONE 2-5418 Phone 792-5716 HAYES GARAGE