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12---TIMES.NEWS, Mount Pulaski, ElL, THURSDAY, NOVEMBER 30, 1961 'i** Let's Go ' Bowling ! HILLTOP LEAGUE ! (we No.. 22) Hilltop Bowl Rocky Ford Wolcotts Soft Water BMA Curtis Oil Co. Budweiser Hanslow's Standard Service Stahl Furniture Logan Farm Service Farmers Grain, Beason 52 PAG Hybrids 49 B. F. Holmes 49 Times. News 46 Team series: Letterle Paint., 2399 Team game: Letterle Paint., 847 Ind. series: D. Pope, 546 Ind. game: R. Vieth, 223. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Nov. 29) Pts. Pts. 52 Rocky Ford 52 BMA 47 Hilltop Bowl 46 Hanslow's Standard Service 44 Budweiser 43 Wolcott's Soft Water 42 Stahl Furniture 39 Curtis Oil Co. 32 Logan Farm Service Farmers' Grain - 23 Farmer's Grain Co. Team game: Stahl Furniture, 906 Team game: Hanslow's, 954. Team series: Stahl Furniture, 2619 Team series: Hanslow's, 2611. Leona Hoaglin, of Warensburg, Ind. game: Wm. McKinley, 236. I spent, Sundav there; evening call- Ind. series: Mason, 593. ers ere the Ralph Johnstons of [ McHenry. TOPETTE LEAGUE [ The Rev. and Mrs. M. Witt, of L (Wed, Nov. 29) W L'Stcktn' who calleld here last 11 Everett Koehler 27 12 Monday. went on to call on Cen- Ind. game:. H Haynes, 236. Ind. series: H. Haynes, 583. TOPE2"I LEAGUE (Wed., Nov. 22) W Everett Koehler 25 Fire Department 23 Insurance 22 Dick's Place 21 . Huston & Paolone 18 Copeland & Hild 17 Horn's Standard Serv. 17 Wilham Construction 17 Stoll's Coal & Gas Co. 16 Rau's Hardware 4 Team series: Fire Dept., 2123 Team game: Fire Dept., 756. Ind. game: B. Blackwell, 179. lind. Series:M. Patterson, 492. STRIKETTE LEAGUE (Fri., Nov. 24) W Eileen's Beauty Shop 24 Wilhamh Construction 23 First Nat'l. Bank 23 Downing Insurance 21 Farmer's Elevator  18 Lumber Co. 17 : Mt, Pulaski Grain Co. 16 .Western Auto 15 i Stahl Bros. 14 Gerdes Trucking 8 AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood Mrs. Ezra Tuggle is a surgical patient in D & MC Hospital. A family dinner Thanksgiving Day in the Howard Heft home. The Win. Raus "spent Thanks- giving Day till Saturday with her sister, the Donavants, at O'Fallon, Mo. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Rogers and 59 son of California, have been vis- 531iting relatives here and the C. C. 52 _ Raus in Warrensburg. 49 48 Arnold Galloway and family of 47 Tuscola spent Sunday with his 46 folks the Arthur Galloways after the Thanksgiving Day with her 44 34 folks. 26,ofPatricia Heft and girl friend , Flora, spent the holiday vaca- [tion with the Wm. Hefts. Mrs. 13 Fire Department 25 14 tcr Chapel folks - then to visit 14 Dick's Place 24 15 her sister in Chicago. Rev. Witt's 15 Moore Insurance 23 16 mother is in hospital with a brok- 18 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 19 20 en leg - fell as she got out of bed. 19 Huston & Paolone 18 21 Makes her home with son and 19 Wilham Construction 18 21 wife. 19 Horn's Standard Serv. 17 22 Mrs. William (Esther) Brown of 32n CoDeland & Hild 17 p i Ridgefarm visited her parents, Z Rau" s Hardware . ,'YiMr and Mrs Howard Heft, from Z o .... Team series. Fire Det '' [Thursday till Sunday. Win. came Team game- Fire Det 7  [for her - was here for the fam- o IJ., UO. Ind series" Hickma- an lily dinner Thanksgiving. Mrs. Ind'. game:. Pat Sehahl, ....... 176. [ Flossie Heft and children, of Lin- [coin were there, also.  hkrTl,T 1 .... t Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Cross spent AA. . VVAAI I LOF--j" .[the last week end with Mr. and L (Continued from page 1) [ Mrs. Harle Walden at Salem. '  -- --! Weekend visitors with Mr. and . got 10 [Mrs. Alonzo Hurtt were her sis- :-:I ..................... tters Mr and Mrs Howard Miller l -avuszL rtLtClr 0/ 1"- l"t [ .... Wil j g wp [f New Castle Ind; Estill Smith 15 ham f ........................ 2 9 13 . , ' . " o Schmidt f A  , and famfl> of Rmhmond, Ind., $ McCormict r .....................    [and mother, Mrs. Nanny Daniels 20 Drake, g ............................ 1 7 9 oz mamnapous, too. 21 Romer, g ........................ 8 4 20 A Thanksgiving dinner in the 22 Bailey, f .......................... 1 0 2 Chas. Cross home. Later in the 28 Totals 18 21 57 evening a surprise for her sister's i with machine done). Saturday I nice but more wind. Cloudy Sun- day and real chilly Monday with N.W. wind. Millers and other in- !sects out Sunday. I Thought Hallowe'en was all ov- er with but a few days ago prank- !stets, one rainy night, moved from a field, a lot of baled hay to center of mad - just this side the jog east of here. Could caused a Bad wreck. One party near drive into it. The live around jog, discovered a r ber tire on a wagon been hole in. Another farmer hole shot by pistol in big his tractor. Think know the prits as three boys were with a pistol. Warrants are for them. Too bad weren't move hay back to field. EVERETT BROOKER'S CLOSING-OUT SAL Located 3 miles west of Mt Pulaski on Elkhart road, and 1 north and !. mile west, or, 8 miles south of Lincoln on Primm and 1 mile east, or. 7 miles ecmt of Elkhart and I mile 1 mile east. TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961 STARTING AT l0 O'CLOCK A. M, FARM MACHINERY 1960 IHC Model 560 TRACTOR with 1960 6-row cultivator; 1958 IHC Model 450 TRACTOR; 1951 MASSEY HARRIS 44 Diesel TRAC- TOR; 1959 IHC Model W450 TRACTOR; 1951 MASSEY HARRIS MODEL 44 TRACTOR; 1957 Massey Harris Model 82 combine with 12-ft. header and following attachments, pickup reel, straw choppers; scour kleen, and M&W Hyd. header control; 1960 IHC Model 2MH corn picker; 1960 IHC 6-row corn planter with liquid fertilizer attachment; 1956 IHC 16-7 grain drill; 1961 IHC 6-row hoe; 1958 IHC 4-row hod; 1961 IHC t70 5-14 plow; 1960 IHC No. 16 4-14 plow; 1958 IHC #10 3-16 plow; 1956 IHC #8 3-14 plow; 1960 IHC Model 33 manure load. er; 1956 New Idea manure spread- er; 1958 IHC #31 mower; 1959 60 HEAD OF HOGS 60 50 HEAD OF FEEDER SHOATS, vaccinated, for Cholera and I" sipelas; 10 head of bred Hamp-Wessex cross bred gilts. New Holland rake; harrow; cultimuleher; er; 1958 Kewanee 13.ft. disc; 1956 M.H. ll-ft disc; 1957 IHC 4-section 5 small harrows; stalk shredder; Clipper farl 1960 Kewanee Model 60O dump, 52-ft; 1956 New corn dump, 50-ft; 2 New Idea heavy duty with 6x14 boxes; New heavy duty wagon with and 7x14 steel bed; 2 by rubber tired wa auger feed wagon; 1956 ental post hole digger; 2 old ons; large grain auger; scoop auger; M.M. corn Power Puzzy rake; 5 sets of weights; 24-ft. hay elevator; 7-ft. disc; 2-wheel trailer. series: Downing Ins., 2138 Team game: Downing Ins., 751. Ind. series: J. Haynes, 507. Ind. game: B. Horn, 197. SPORTSMAN LEAGUE (FrL, Nov. 24) Points Motor Service 57 Farm Service 2 Sundries 51 Bo-Jac Hybrids 48  ME, Pulaski Grain 46 Fralrn Standard Service 43 Fork Grain Co. 42 Oil Service 42 Ftmks "G" 38 Faultless Feeds 38 m series: Mt. Pul. Grain, 2546 Team game: Lake Fork Grain, 884 series: $. McCain, 556. game: G. Lessen and J. Me- Cain, 224. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Man. Nov. 27) W L Dick's Place 27 15 Jewelry 26 16 Stahl Bros. 24 18 Tomplinson Elevator 22 19% Oil 21 20 Feeds 21 20 ithWell Lumber Co. 19 13 Department 17 25 Grain 16 26 Tool 14 27 G. Manes, 564 game: W. Sams, 202 BUSINESS MEN*S LEAGUE .... (Man, Nov. 27) Grocery 71 Elevator 69 Construction Co. 57 Fork Grain Co. 57 Pulaski Products 55 re Department #2 49 48 Implement 46 ing Insurance 40 Hybrids 32 series: Farmers Grain, 2478 Fire Dept., 892. Paul Manes, 566. Ind. game: Merl Welch, 216. TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tum Nov. ) Coffee Shop Painting Super Market Fire Department Coal & Gas Co Ars noco Hartsburg-Emd. Fg Ft Tp Behrends, f ........................ 6 2 14: Jeckel, f ............................ 4 4 12 Hildebrand, c ................ 6 2 14 Miller, g ............................ 0 2 2 Eads, g ............................ 1 1 3 Minch, g ............................ 3 0 6 Aper, f ................................ 0 0 0 Totals 20 11 51 Scoe by Quarters Mt. Pulaski 13 13 10 21---5' Harts. Era. 9 11 15 16---51 Elsenhower Fg Ft Tp Myers 1 1 3 Hicks 4 1 9 Taylor 1 2 4 Albers 7 3 17 Holohan 7 2 16 Livingston 3 3 9 Totals 23 12 58 Mr. Pulaski Fg Ft Tp Sehmidt 2 0 4 Wilham 0 4 4 McCormick 8 8 24 Romer 3 4 10 Drake 5 3 13 1 Zimmermann 1 0 2 Totals 19 19 57 Eisenhower 10 16 19 13---58 Mount Pulaski 17 13 13 14--57 GRADES WIN TWO (Monday, Nov. 27) Heavyweights Mount Pulaski B F Tp Dannenber.ger 3 2 8 L. Bowles 3 0 6 Kennedy 1 0 2 Schmidt 5 0 10 Goodman 3 1 7 Steinfort 1 0 2 Totals 1 3 35 B F Tp Wilson 2 3 7 Pierce 4 0 8 T. Guy 2 0 4 Totals 8 3 19 Lightweights Mount Pulaski B F Tp L. Bowles 3 2 8 Davis 3 2 8 Gupton 4 3 11 Horn 0 1 1 Baker 4 0 8 Hanslow 3 0 6 Totals 17 8 42 76 easo S F Tp 61 . ?JcC'ubb"n 1 0 2 58 D. White .I 1 3 58 M. Wilson 0 1 1 56 T. Guy 4 1 9 55 D. Roos 1 0 2i Totals 7 3 17 Silver Anniversary, the Mr. and Mrs. Har.ry Harding of Warreng- burg. A gift was presented them, then coffee and cake were served. Present were Mrs. Esther Burks and the Hardings of Warrens- burg; Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Knop and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Burks of Decatur; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Burks, Mt. Pulaski, and Judy Sue Cross: Gloria Stogsdell sang, "Make Me A Blessing" for the A. M. service. Ministers ,and wives met in Bloomington Monday - meet at Center Chapel Dec. 4th. The nomination committee meets on Sunday night after Y.F. service. On committee are Clarence Rau, Harold Clark, Jack Johnston. Na- omi Tuggle, Helen Cross, Pauline Ratt, Helen Rau. Election of off- icers last of December. Rain all Tuesday night. Fog and mist Wednesday; cloudy on Thursday. Friday an ideal day (so we got that annual wash EQUIPMENT & MISCELLANEOUS , 2200 bu. Columbia steel grain bin; i line motors; pickets; poleS; ,; J.D. Hammer Mill; 10:ton Fair-ttires; wire winder; grease g'" banks-Morse scale wth 16-ft-lgrease and oil; Skill sav;_Li platform; 2 cattle scratchers;[HD, electric drill; 1 T..l cattle catcher (all steel factory lchai n hoist; lawn mower; ...'- built); hog feeders and watecers; [roofing; corner posts; lumlr,, cattle, grain and hay feed bunks; ]gas tank heaters; CowbOy u oarb wre and steel posts; 2 heater; corn crib tunnelS; _ ence chargers; 30' extension lad- steel 18-inch culvert; 3 rack la uer; tractor clover seeder; weed of small items too numeroUS " mower; 2 electric motors; 2 gaso- mention. 1957 FORD 2-TON MODEL F-600 TRUCK, with bed, hoist, stO  HAY & STRAW . 1000 bales of mixed hs; 500 bales of wheat straw NOT SONSIBLE FOR ANT ACCDErrs LUNCH SERVED'BY ELKHART METHODIST CIIURCI TERMS OF SALE: CASH EVERETT BROOKER, Owner_.00 Clerk: Steve Wodsh Cashiec: First Nacml Bank of Mr. AucUonee:: Wamm Martin, CUntc, m. Pboae 11271 I STALK DIVIDENDS with the new FAULTLESS PASTURE BLOCK with extra proteins and minerals tar extra gains, or more milk, while pasturing your stalk fields this fail. .4 Available-'at &