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I--.TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 9, 1961 Bo-Jac Hybrids 39 Hahn Oil Service 37 Let's Go Fraim Standard Service 34 Mr. Pulaski Grain Co. 31 Lake Fork Grain Co. 31 Bowling ! Faultless Feeds 29 High team series: Mt. Pulask3 Grain Co., 2499. High team game: Dean's Sun- CHURCH LEAGUE dries, 914. (Thurs., Nov. 2) High ind. series: J. Matthews, W L 575 St John's Lutheran 26 4 Hi ind. game: W. Schmth, 224 Cornland Christian 1 19 11 Pulaski Christian 1 15 15 Methodist 1 15 15 BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE Lincoln Lutheran 14 16 (Mon Nov. 6) Methodist 2 14 16 Points Zion Lutheran 13 17 Farmers Elevator 60 Willing Workers 13 17 Schahl Grocery 57 Copeland Christian 1 12 18 Mt. Pulaski Products 44 C0rnland Christian 2 9 21 Fire Department #2 43 team, Games and Series: Lake Fork Grain Co. 43 Christian 1, 829 - 2377. Wilham Construction Co. 42 Ind. game: Merle Lucas, 191. Barrick's Transfer 41 Ind. series. John, Horton, 511. Stahl Implement 31 m Downing Insurance 31 STRIKETTE LEAGUE Bo-Jac Hybrids 27 (FrL, Nov. 3) Team series: Wilham, 2516. W L Team game: Wilham, 914. Construction 19 8 Ind. series: Robert Fuiten, 558. Beauty Shop 18 9 Ind. game: Cecil Wilham, 248. National Bank 17 10 Lbr. Co. 14 13 HILLTOP LEAGUE Insurance, 13 14 (Wed., Nov. 8) Points Auto 13 14 Rocky Ford Elevator 13 14 45 Bros. 11 16 Hilltop Bowl 42 Pulaski Grain Co. 11 16 B.M.A. 40 Trucking 6 21 Curtis Oil Co. 40 Wolcott's Soft Water 37 high game: C. St. Pierre, Hanslow's Standard Service 36 181. Budweiser 34 Ind. high series: C. St. Pierre, Stahl Furniture 487. 30 high game: Wilham Con- Logan Farm Service 30 struction, 774. Farmer's Grain & Elev. 16 high series: Wilham Con- Team game: Hanslow's, 945. struction, 2116. Team series: Stahl Furniture, 2576. LOAFERS LEAGUE Ind. game: T. Havener, 233. Ind. series: T. Havener, 580. . (Mort. Nov. 6) W L TOPETTE LEAGUE Place 20 13 (Wed., Nov. 8) , W Feeds 19 13 Fire Department 19 Jewelry 19 14 Everett Koehler 19 11 Hardware 18 15 Moore Insurance 19 11 Tomlinson Siding 17 15% Dick's Place 17 13 Latham Oil Co. 15 17 ICopelan d & Hild 16 14 Chestnut Grain 15 18 Wilham Construction 16 14 Lumber Co. 15 18 Huston & Paolone 15 15 Fire Department 14. 18 Horn's Standard 14 16 Tool Co. 14 18 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 13 17 Team game: Neaville, 980. Rau's Hardware 2 28 Team series: Neaville, 2574. Ind. game: M. Wilham, 192. Ind. game: S. Romer, 235. Ind. series: M. Wilham, 484. Ind. series: T. Havener, 584. Team game: Koehlers, 750. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE Team series: Koehlers, 2183. (FrL. Nov. 3) TOPPERS LEAGUE Logan Farm Service Co. 42 (Tues Nov. 7) Sundries 40 Points Motor Service 40, Fern's Coffee Shop 60 L 11 Uncommon convenience for folks with common savings goals Al's Conoco 53 Chestnut Fire Department 50 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 48 Zim's Super Market 46 B. F. Holmes 44 Letterle Painting 44 Times-News 37 Beason Elevator 37 PAG Hybrids 36 Team series: Tom,s Coffee Shop 2433. Team game: Chestnut Fire Dept., 882. Ind. series: Chick Holmes, 575. Ind. game: Chick Holmes, 242. GRADE SCHOOL HUSBAND AND wn, father and son persons who save together find our joint savings account delivers double convenience. Each may add or withdraw funds, each has sur- vivorship rights. It's so handy to save--and so pro- fltable, too, as we add generous earn. ings. Get full details now. Logan Co.'s Friendly, Profllble Savings Cmter Since 1883 BROADWAY' ,5 LINCOLN, KICKAPOO ILLLINOIS C_ RES AVAILABLE AT I The Dorcas Class of the hIES-NEWS OFFICE ]Methodist Church, met in The Times.News has available l hvm.e of Mrs. Ed Culp Tt prints of the Sil-Tennial Ladies / ," 7th. Sil-Tennial Belles Sil-Tennil/ .he Woman s Society c Kitchen Band, and Brothers of'the 'C.hrisan Service of the /b Brush. UlSt church, will serve the Orders will be filled, man's Banquet, The WSCS of the Lafham And Community News her. Pease, were Monday after Dec. 4---Elkhart, Here Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Wachterl callers on Mrs. Albert Reiter Dec. 7--Warrensburg-Latham, were dinner guests of Mrs. Wach- [ There ter's mother, Mrs. Mary Miller, I Briefcase: A law Dec. 14Lineoln, There Dec. 18--New Holland-Middle- and sister Mable, Sunday. t thmwn out of court By Mrs. Otis G. Howe, SL Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt and sons Darrel and Richard, were CAGE SCHEDULE Sunday guests of Mr. Seefeldt' i mother and aunt, Mrs. Flora See- Grade school basketball sched- feldt and Mrs. Charlotte Kattner. ule for the 1961-62 season,under, Later in the day, they visited in coach John West, is as follows: Lincoln. Nov. 15---Chester-East Lincoln, Mrs. Russell Hale of Marfton, Here. Wis., has been visiting the past Nov. 22--Clinton, There week with her aunts, Mrs. Flora Nov. 27Beason, Here Seefeldt and Mrs. Charlotte Katt- Church will meet in the h Ol 6 Mrs. John Hatfield on NoV, 1 2:30 p.m: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth and sons Roger and Michael Mrs. Albert Reiterman, over week end, to visit with Mr. Mrs. Bruce Hubble in ville, Ind. Mr. and Mrs. Harry smith Robinson, Ill. and Mrs. $ Warlord of Evansville, Ind, visit Mrs. Albert Roiterman tl week. Mrs. Frank Wachter and d$ ghters Mrs. Lucille Pope,, Mrs. Kermit Voile and Mr r suit tt town, There Dee. 21--Niantie. Here Jan 4---Hartsburg, Here Jan. 8---Mason City, Here Jan. 24--Atlanta, Here Feb. 7---Carroll School, Lincoln, There Cheerleaders this year, includ- .d the following: Joyce Miller, captain; Joan Miller, Sandra Stratton, Susan Buckles, Connie Shanle. Lieut: What a girl finds for herself when the first one gets away. LOGAN COUNTY ANGUS BREEDERS ASS'N. CLUB CALF SALE Saturday, Nov. 18, 1961 Logan Co. 4-H Club Pavilion Lincoln. Illinois Time 12:30 P. M. 60 Choice Angus Steers & Heifers Terms Cash Lunch Served at Noon "Wonder why our electric bill's gone up?" Happens every fall for most families. The family moves back inside after spending the summer outdoors. With the increased family activity, the extra and heavier use of appliances, and use of more lights, the bill goes up. Then, too, everybody seems to use more and more electricity as time goes by. New appliances (perhaps you have a second TV in your home). New children (the more children, the more you need electric service). Teen-agers (they need good fights for their school work). But even though your bill is higher, electric service is still one of the best bargains in your entire budget. Did you know, for example, tLat the average price per kilowatt-hour is actually less than it was 25 years ago ?