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- 6TIM t. l=u, m.) THURSDAY, NOV. 18, 1971 NEWS OF LOCAL SCHOOLS JR. HIGH OPENS SEASON NOV. 11 - By Mick Shewmake. Mt. Pulaski Junior High earns started their season with a home game on Thurs., Nov. llth. This was a big game because it showed what the boys could do. The Lightweight team had the lead all the way through their game. The top scorers were D. Welch 17 points, S. Moore 11 points; G. Cyrulik 11 .points; G. Stratton 6 points; and G. HeRon 4 points. The Lightweights beat Warrensburg-Latham by a score of 53 to 35. Congratulations, Boys! The Heavyweights were not as fortunate as the Lightweights. Although they went ot and tried their hardest, they uldn't compete with the size of the other team. Size was their" biggest disadvantage. The high scorers for Mt. Pulaski were J. Shew- make 11 points; D. Welch 6 points, B. Caley and P. Przykopanski 4 points each; and A. Paterson 2 points. The final score was Warrensburg-Latham 46, Mt. Pulaski 27. Nice Try Boys! The next game  be at Mason City on Novem- ber 22. HIGH SCHOOL CHEERLEADERS - By Mick Shewmake. The Mt. Pulaski cheer- leading squad will consist of the following young ladies. The Captain this year will be Sally Kelly, who is a Senior this year. The other two Seniors on the squad are Karen Horn and Marcia Veech. They have all done a good job in the past and we are sure that they will do even better this year. The other two cheer- leaders are, Gay Barry and Maryan Horn. Both girls are Juniors and will also try to boost the school spirit this year. Why not come to the games and help the girls give some spirit to the games? HILLTOPPERS IN McLEAN TOURNEY - By Mick Shewmake. The High School basket- ball team started in the McLean tournament on Tues. evening. The Var- sity team consisted of eight young men who are Gary Lamar 33, Ken Durst 23, .Mike Kelly 21, Jeff II I I I Blackburn 11, John Mar- tin 25, Jeff Ayers 31, and Mike Durst 15. We hope that we will see you at the ball games supporting your teams! JUNIOR PLAY WAS ENJOYED BY CROWD - By Dabble Shewmake. For those who didn't get to go to the Junior Play on Fri., Nov. 12th, they really missed some- thing. The play was very, very humorous. The play cast was as follows: Jimmy Took, Mike Robb; Bill Thomp- son, Norman McCormick; Mr. Oswald, Greg Holmes; Madge Burns, Gay Barry; Aunt Ellen Thompson, Jane Connolley;. Uncle Dan Took, Den- his Opperman; Peggy West- field, gue Ann Cline; Mrs. Duvalle Smythe; Robin Rowland; Bubbles Duvalle, Tanya Manes; Lady Mac- beth, Melody Naylor; McDaniel, Cindy Gillum. Miss Kidd, along with the help of her two stu- dent directors, Marimar- lena Peters and Diane Schahl, put in a lot of hard work, which obvious- ly made the play a suc- cess. Congratulations to all the cast and helpers on a great performance. The cast would like to thank the man in the audience for sneezing and adding a little more humor to their play. Barb Coady will receive a Century Award for bowl- ing a 224 which is 101 pins over her average. CHURCH LEAGUE Thursday, Nov. 11, 1971 W L Copeland 2 25 I0 Prophets 22 14 Zion Lutheran 19 17 Christian 1 18 18 Copehmd 1 17 19 Christian 2 15 21 Methodist 14 21 Willing Workers " 13 23 M. Ind. Game, B: Allsopp, 192; M. Ind. Series, E. Phillips, 511; W. Ind. Game, A. Wilham, 170; W, ind. Series, F. Cror, 457; Team Game, Cope. 2,747; Team Series, Cope. 2, 2223. HILLTOP LAFERS Monday, Nov. 15, 1971 Cyrulik Bros. 45 Lincoln Land Agency 44 NOTIOE! The 'rHv]] will be CLOSED Friday Nov. 26 to enable the employees to enjoy a longer holiday with their Families. '-Howe Auctioneer &Ins. Welch's Chargers Fire Dept. Custom Builders & Int. Stahl Furniture Hilltop Bowl Stahl Hardware F.S. Ind. Game, G. Phari,, 213; Ind. Series, B. McCubbin, 555; Team Game, L. L. Agcy., 884; Team Series, Cymlik's, 2546. TOPPETTE LEAGUE Wednesday, Nov. I O, 1971 lll l II Zoo's 43 Wilham's 43 Cyrulik 41 Stahl Furn. 37 Curtis Oil 34 Haskell's 34 Times-News 31 Crop 31 Hayes 28 Stoll Coal & Gas 28 Ind. Game, B. Coady, 224; Ind. Series, S. Jackson, 502, S. Hayes, 502; Team Game, Staid F., 812; Team Series, Stahl F., 2180. 200 Game, B. Coady, 224; S. Jackson, 214. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES Nov. 12, 1971 No. 2, Stratton-Cyrulik 50 No. 5, Holmes-Holmes 46 No. 9, Steinfort-Jackson 44 No. 1, Shull-Davis 41 No. 3, Hunter.Morris 39 No. 4, Potter-Purcell 39 No. 6, Zimmermann- Bigelow-Lake 39 No. 10, Leesman-Winchel 36 No. 7, SpearJackson- Gibbs.Utterback 29 No. 8, Marten-Lock 22 W. Ind. Game, H. Cyrulik, 173; W. Ind. Series, H. Cyrulik, 482; M. Ind. Game, L ShulL 209; M. Ind. Series, B.Holmes, 536; Team Game, No. 5,654; Team Series, No. 2, 1818. TOPPERS LEAGUE Tuesday, Nov. 16, 1971 AVs Conoco 75 P. A, G. Hybrids 65 Chestnut Fire Dept.. 57 Bo-Jac Hybrids 49 Downing Ira. 47 Curtis Oil 39 Stall Coal & Gas 33 I J II Cyru]ik Bros. MT, PULASKL ILLINOIS Builders'of Concrete Eievuton! and Grain Storage Bins I II I Now Offering Poured Oonnerete Basements Also Digging & Exeavating Call Ken, Gary or Mike Day or Night 792-5517 I II I _ I II I II II III 41 Times-News 27 37 Ind. Game, B. Holmes, 217; 37 Ind. Series, W. Crosier, 535; 36 Team Game, Bo-Jac's, 831; 33 Team Series, BoJac's, 2385. 27 26 FFA News The Future Farmers of America Foundation spon- soring committee is plan- ning the .Fall campaign. Dale Hedrick of Marine Bank, Springfield is chair- man. Other committee mem- bers are Dean Cates, First National Bank of Mt. Pula- ski; Glen Brandt of Brandt Chemical Company, Plea- sant Plains; Tom Kom- nick, B & B Milling Com- pany, Emden; Charles Chimento, Auburn Ferti- lizer, of Auburn, and Earl Pillsbury, Menard Electric Cooperative, Petersburg. The committee of busi- ness and professional men from Sangamon, Logan and Menard Counties rep- resenting Section 14 of the Future Farmers of Ameri- ca contacts hundreds of Illinois donors who give funds "with out strings of identity" to promote and expand the Foundation programs of the FFA. The money collected by this and the other 24 sponsoring committees in Illinois, is used by the FFA Foundation to sup- port the 26 awards pro- grams by giving medals and or plaques to the FFA members winning them. The Foundation also uses contributions for scholarships for FFA mem- bers enrolled in vocational agriculture courses in Junior Colleges, for FFA international understand- ing and exchange student programs, FFA highway signs, FFA leadership training and travel as well as National FFA Band and Chorus members from Illinois who attend .the National perform. Section 14 tions average $22 per donor the largest section in Illinois. sors, those $50 or more are ed with a framed cate and reco nually during FFA Convention Army Private Bruno A. Tondello,. whose parents Live oft 1, Nokomis, Ill., participated 11,000 troops in Reforger III in Pfc. Tondello assigned as a man with Battery Battalion of the try Division's 320 near New Ulm His wife, in Latham, Ill. MT. PULASKI TIMES NEWS Sponsors A Sewing Machine 01i# Sat.Nov. 20 9a.m.to4:30pJ At the Ht. Pulaski Times Hews 209 So. Washin#on St. Dennis Hignight of the :Lincoh 6e, wing works on all makes of Sewings Machines,. s,in.k Shears and semen sharpmsed ALL WORK GUARANTEED LINCOCN SEWING CENTER 418 Pulaski, Lincoln ]11. From the I00!p. bring you Chnstmas... please mail early. By Dec.lOth Mail all local packages and ou't-ot-town cards, Christmas means a lot more when it's on time, By Dec. 1st Mail all Out-of-town packages. We'|l be sure to deliver them by Christmas. Space for tis advertisement has been contributed as a Public Service by this newsper. By Dec.15th Mail all local cards. Thanks and Happy Holidays!