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00.-'nMES-NEWS. Mo00t Let's Go Bowling .: LOCAL BOWLERS IN 'DECATUR TOURNAMENT A group of local bowlers re- presenting the Curtis Oil Co., are participating in an Eldorado Bowl Team Tournament. Tuesday night :they went into first place with the scores shown below: T. Havener 167 - 224 - 23.3--- 624 P, Manes 175 - 175 - 202-- 552 McCain 181 - 192 - 184--- 557 W. McCubbin 172 - 169- 204--- 545 W. McKinley 179 - 176 - 202-- 557 Scratch 874 f936-1025--2835 Handicap 114 - 114 - 114--- 342 Total 988-1050-1139---3177 Total 3177 " CHURCH LEAGUE (Thurs.. Nov. 9) W L John's Lutl'mran 28 5 Christian 1 20 13 Mt. Ptdaski Christian 1 17 16 Methodist 1 16 17 Lincoln Lutheran 16 17 Zion Lutheran 15 18 Willing Workers 15 18 Methodist 2 15 18 Copeland Christian 1 13 20 Comland Christian 1 10 23 Triplicate: Elolse Trago, 126 - 126- 126. Hi 'team - Game and Series: Cornland Christian 1, 874 and 2345. Hi. Ind. - Game and Series: Lee McCain, 214 and 532. STRIKETTE LEAGUE (Fri Nov. I0) W L Wilham Construction 21 19 Eileen's Beauty Shop 19 11 First National Bank 19 11 Downing Insurance 16 14 Rothwell Lbr. Co. 15 15 Farmer's Elevator " 15 15 Auto 13 17 Pul. Grain Co. 13 17 i: Stahl Bros. 12 18 Gerdes Trucking 7 23 Ind. high game: Doris Berg, I THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 16. 1961 Farmers Elevator Schahl Grocery 5699 Lake Fork Grain Co. 477 Wilham Construction Co. Barrick's Transfer 46% Mr. Pulaski Products 46 Fire Department #2 45 Stahl Implement 36 Downing Insurance 33 Bo-Jac Hybrids 32 Team series: Wilham Construc. tion, 2486. Team game: Wilham Const. 848 Ind. series: John Woodrum, 527. Ind. game: Glen Mason, 203. TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tues., Nov. 14) Points Tom's Coffee Shop 62 Ars Conoco 53 Stoll's Coal & Gas Co. 53 Zim's Super Market 53 Chestnut Fire Department 52 Letterle Painting 49 B. F. Holmes 44 PAG Hybrids 43i Farmers Grain Co. 42 Times-News 39 Team series: Zim's, 2477. Team game: Tom's Coffee Shop, 882. Ind. series: R. Holmes, 545. Ind. game: D. Arnold, 204. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., Nov. 15) W Grade Cagers Win Opening Games Here Mount Pulaski's graders got their basketball season underway last night in a fine manner, win- ning two games from Chester-East Lincoln. The lightweights made a run- away of their game, winning by a 41 to 20 score. The heavies had a tough battle defeating their op- ponents after building up a com- fortable lead in the first half, managed to eke out a 28 to 23 win. Lightweights Mount Pulaski B F Tp L. Bowles .......................... 4 0 8 Davis .................................. 3 0 6 Durchholz ......................... 2. 0 4 Gupton .............................. 1 0 2 Baker ................................ 5 1 11 Zimmermarm .................... 0 0 0 R. Bowles .......................... 0 1 1 Hanslow ............................ 4 1 9 Totals 19 3 41 Chester.East Lincoln B F Tp Gelbach .............................. 3 7 13 Park B00ley .................................. o 0 o ................................ 0 0 0 'Wade .................................. 0 0 0 Moss .................................... 3 0 6 Scott ............................. : ...... 0 1 1 L Totals 6 8 20 11 Heavyweights 12 Mount Pulaski B F Tp 12 14 Dannenberger .................. 3 3 9 L. Bowles .......................... 1 0 2 16 Kennedy ............................ 1 2 4 16 Davis .................................. 0 0 0 17 Schmidt ........................... 5 1 11 17 Goodman .......................... 1 0 2 18 Steinfort ............................ 0 0 0 31 Totals 11 6 28 Chester-East Lincoln B F Tp !Fort .................................... 0 3 3 Tebeugge .......................... 0 1 1 Patterson .......................... 4 1 9 Abbott ................................ 1 0 2 Wade .................................. 3 1 7 Gehlbach .......................... 0 1 1 Totals 8 7 23 Warrensburg Junior High School BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1961-1962 Nov. 27  Mt. Zion, There Nov. 30  Boody, Here Dec. 7--Mt. Pulaski, Here Dec. I l  Niantic, Here Dee_ 14  Argenta; There Jan. 4Mama, Here Jan. 6-8-10-11 Light Wt. Tournament, Maroa an. 15  Forsyth Here an. 18--Lincoln Central, There an. 22  Blue Mound, Here =m.27.29-31. Feb. 1 -- Heavy Wt. Tournament, Mr. Zion Feb. 3--Cerro Gordo, Here Feb. 5-- Macon, There Feb. 8  Clinton, There Everett Keehler 22 Fire Department 21 Moore Insurance 21 Dick's Place 18 Copeland & Hild 17 Horn's Standard 17 Wilham Construction 16 Huston & Paolone 16 Stoll Coal & Gas 15 Rau Hardware 2 225. Ind. high series: Doris Berg, 511 Stahl Furniture Team high game: Witham Con- Logan Farm Service struction Co., 740. Farmers Grain Co. Team high series: Eileen's 2116. SPORTSMAN'S LEAGUE (FrL, Nov. 10) Points Sundries 45 Motor Service 45 44 Fraim Standard Service Bo-Jac. Hybrids Oil Service Pulaski Grain Co. Fork Grain Co. Funks "G" Faultless Feeds Farm Service 41 41 37 36 33 33 31 Neaville Jewelry Place Feeds Hardware Siding. Latham Oil Rhwell Lumber Co. Department Grain Co. Minnesota Tool Co. High team series: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 2543 High team game: Mt. Pulaski Grain Co., 937. High Ind. series: L. Turner, 573 High Ind. game: L. Turner, 231 LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mort. Nov. 13) W L 22 14 22 14 20 15 20 16 19 16 17 18 16 20 15 20 15 21 12 24 Team series: Koehler, 2181. Team game: Koehler, 774. Ind. series: St. Pierre, 494. Ind. game: Turner, 192. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Nov. 15) Rocky Ford Hilltop Bowl B. M. A. Curtis Oil Co. Wolcott's Soft Water Hanslow's, Standard Service Budweiser 39 34 32 18 Team series: Budweiser, 2612. Team game: Budweiser, 953. Ind. series: J. Horton, 600. Ind. game-- J: Horton., 245. ] Boss: "You are 20 minutes late l again. Don't you know what time] we start to work at this factory"' [ New Employee: "No, sir. By tie tim__e I get here everyone is busy" PtL 5O 45 44 42 42 39 GIVE HER THIS CHRISTMAS THRILL ! Ind. high: D. Arnold, 235. Ind. series: D. Arnold, 601. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon, Nov. 13) USE ROTHWELL'S REDI - MIX It is not too early to think about that Christmas present for your family, so, may we suggest a COLORED TELEPHONE to match or contrast with your decorating scheme A step-saving extension telephone in the bedroom or the basement would be appreciated. CONCRETE Mount Pulnki SAVES Time - Labor. Money Telephone Company Phone 2-3260 PHONE 792-5618 BIRTHS I Mr. and Mrs. William of Lake Fork are parents Mr. and Mrs. Harl Jackson of Ibrn Thursday, Nov. 9, in Chicago, are parents of a son, Clara's hospital, Lincoln. born Thursday, Nov. 2. They now Mr. and Mrs. Jack D. GasaWa,# have two girls and one boy The are parents of a daughter, b0# baby was named Charles Richard. I in DMC hospital, Decatur, Thtt Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs I day, Nov. 9. i John Blair of Chicago and Mrl I Mr. and rs. William Harbarg' and Mrs. Perry Hilliard of Mount,er of Elkhart, are parents of Pulaski. Great-grandmother is I daughter born Saturday, Nov. Mrs. Effie Bruce of Decatur. fin ALM 'hospital, Lincoln. E00BE PRI00ilARED Be certain you're ready for smooth driving this winter. Let us check your car from stem to stern to make certain it's ready for the hard cold weather just a- round the corner. By making any necessary adjustments or repairs aow, you'll avoid an- noying and costly mid. winter breakdowns. HAYES GARAGE Phone 792-5716 "I saved the first dollar I ever got my hands on- it's earning steady interest for me in my savings account at the bank!" FOR SAFETY, CONVENIENCE, INTEREST, AND PERSONAL SERVICE, DROP IN AT OUR BANK AND START YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT! 00ank of (00hestnut CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS