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6-,FIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, IlL THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16, 1961 Elkhar00 Cage Team For &apos;61-62 Elkhart high school has four lettermen returning from last year's team that finished with a 14:11 record and a 7-5 mark in the Kickapoo conference. Dave Bell, Ronnie Bell, Jon Cherry and Dave Davis are the four returning letter winners. Both of the Bell boys stand 6'1" and Cherry is an even 6 feet. Elkhart will open its Season at home on Nov. 21 against New Holland- Middletown. P. Hr. Yr. Dale Bell* F 6T' Sr. Jon Cherry* G 6' Sr. . Ron Bell* F 6'1" Jr. David Davis* G 5'8" Jr. Jim Shawgo C 6'2" Jr. Ray Smith F 5'9" Jr. Bob McCue C 6'2" So. Jim Follis G 5'5" Jr. Dennis Davis G 5'5" So. Lee Benner F 5'9" So. Gene Pankey F 5'9" So. Bob Schilling G 5'8" So. Jim Davis G 5'4" Fr. Larry Wise F 5'7" Ft. Jon Craner C 5'8" Fr. Dennis Wieber G 5'2" Fr. Roger Bohn G 5'4" Fr. Craig Grussing C 5'9" Fr. Bob Perkins G 5'5" Fr. Feb. 9--Downs Feb. 13--Atlanta Feb. 16--At Bellflower Feb. 20---Stanford Feb. 23--Danvers BM/ OFFERING NE, r LIFE AND HEALTH INSURANCE POLICIES A completely new series of simplified and improved life and health insurance policies has just been announced bY Business Men's Assurance Company, Kans- as City, according to Ken Johnson, BMA representative here. To meet the family's current and economic problems, new plans of personal insurance cover- age have been added. One pro- vides a low premium rate for the first ten years when family ex- penses are at a maximum with automatic continued permanent insurance when the children are no longer dependent and needs for retirement income are of im- portance. Revised health insurance forms provide for longer periods of dis- ability plus new combinations of protection. There is an increased selection of guaranteed renew- able forms offered. Lifetime acci- dent coverage with sickness bene- Ed Adcock G 5' Fr. fits to age 65 plus supplements *Lettermen. I for hospitalization is now avail- -: SCHEDULE :. I able. *-"OV. 21--New,Holland:hidltwn I In discussing these extensive v. -<o----/t yVllllan3svllle I new -ersonal -rotection " Dee. 1---Greenview [.. p p._ , p.lans, Dec  o.... ....... I ivlr. Jonnson salu, 'as our ousi- o-o----Wllllamsville rourneyl ness activity increases and our Dec. 11-17-Klckapoo Conference[ economy advances, the changing . ourney situation of the individual and aan. 5---5t. James (Springfield) [his family requires changes in Jan. 129ZAA[ BlaS:onr, h [policy benefits to give the best ' -- "'" l insurance service to take care of Jan. 18--At McLean-Waynesville [these needs ";. 19---Wilhamsvl!le [ The need to provide for these ,_. zo--u rutasK1 [ new situations is the primary con- Jn. zm---t wapena |sideration in the preparation of 30--at New Hol-Middletown these new BMA coverages." Mr. Feb. 2--Hartsburg-Emden I Johnson lives at 910 S. Spring St., Feb. 6---At Easton [Mt. Pulaski, Ill. GET THE Y'OU WANT NOW ... with a bank loan Got your eye on a good buy in a new or late-model used car. You can get in the driver's seat FAST via an outo loan from us, The cost of financing will be LOWER (your own comparisons will PROVE this to you). Terms will be arranged to suit you. Service will be PROMPT ! THE FARMERS BANK OF MT. PULASKI, ILL. Member Federal Deposit Insurance CorI CELEBRATED 90th BIRTHDAY MONDAY, NOVEMBER 13 Mrs. era E. Rothwell who re. sides at 201 No. Spring Street, celebrated her 90th birthday an- niversary on Monday of this week. On Sunday, she had 55 visitors, who helped her observe this im- portant day. CHRISTMAS SEALS HAVE BEEN PLACED IN MAIL Monday, Nov. 13, a total of 8,004 Christmas Seal Letters were placed in the mails at Lincoln, by Mrs. Elsie K. Menzel, Logan County Seal Sale Chairman. REAL ESTATE TRANSFERS Dale E. and June Boyd, city of Mount Pulaski, to Silas M., Jr. and Brenda J. Lowe, county of Logan, lot 1, block 8, city of Mt. Pulaski. --Scratch Pads at Times.News..-- Latham And Community News By Mrs.  G. Howe, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. O. T. Buckles and Mrs. Bess Phillips were Sunday evening callers on Mr. and Mrs. Ira Howe Mr. and Mrs. Howard Stevens and daughter Janice of Home. wood, Ill., were Sunday callers on Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Seefeldt and family. Miss Janice attends a Southern Ill. College. Mrs. Oscar Beaver, Mrs. Scott Fellows, and Mrs. O. G. Howe, Sr., atended a meeting in the home of Mrs. Walter Schroeder. They marked gifts for a bazaar, which will be held in the Lln- ! !! coln Woman's Club Building on Friday and Saturday, Nov. 17-18. !It is being sponsored by the Men- tor Graham Auxiliary. The children's choir of the La- tham Methodist Church will sing Sunday morning for church. The title of their song is "Can A Lit. tle Child Like Me". Mrs. Howe, Sr. is their director and Mrs. John: Scheetz is organist. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Gasaway have a daughter. Her name is Jane Ellen and she weighed 10. lb. 13-oz. We welcome this little newcomer to our vicinity. Mr. Gasaway was recently appointed Town Clerk of Lake Fork r ship. / Mr. and Mrs. Don Howe sons of Warrensburg; Mr I Mrs. Everett Howe of m were Sunday callers on their P I ents, Mr. and Mrs. O.G. | " Mrs. Forrest Cox of [ Mrs. Irene Wiedeman of i Ohio,. called on Mrs. O. G. i Sr., Monday the 6th. I The Latham Home I it met in the home of Mrs. | man Wednesday, Nov. 15. | lesson was by Fernola I Short feature by Mrs. Shimer. I call, recipe exchange. I Bazaar - Food Sale l ! BOOTHS OPEN 11 a.m. to 8 p.m. l LUNCH SERVED -- 11 a.m. to 2 p.m. i SUPPER -- 5 p.m. to 7 p.m. I MENU: [ Cream Chicken on Home-made Biscuit 506 Beef Bar-B-Clue ...................................... 35c Assorted Salads ...................................... 15c Pie ........ 20c Cake ........ 15c Coffee ........ 10c SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 18 ST. THOMAS AQUINAS PARISH HALL Public Is Invited! NEWESTENTRYIN THE lOWPRICE REID THE NEW00 BREED OF DODGE You're looking at a full-size '65 Dodge that will out-scat, out-save just about anything running on gasoline. And it's priced down the line with Ford and Chevrolet. Dodge Dartl An Action-Economy car that will accelerate 7 quicker than last year's comparable model and do it on 5 less gas. You've never driven anything like it! Handles neat and easy. Rides level and smooth on torsion-bar suspension. The brakes adjust themselves. The body is rust- proofed. You go 32&00 miles betwee grease jobs. Why not come in au drive the new loan brod of Dodge: HOW DOt00W ,W'ACK UP 00I.'VST I.OWEST PRICE I#ODEI, S OTHER FULL'SIZE DOOOE "2315 `o DART CHEV',, ,23240o BISCA YNE FORD ,lE "2453 Compel,on bS-. " manacrmt" s .sWYr--.# pcie..odfLoaf o in lu csn t  NOW ON DI,,daLAY AT YOUR DEPENDABLE DODGE DEALER DICK SHULL MOTOR CO.