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Mount Pulask  TRRSDAYo DECEMBER 7. 1961 B. M.A. 60 Hilltop Bowl 57 Let's Go BudweiserHanslw's Std. Service 5252 Wolcott's Soft Water 52 Bowling ! Stahl Furniture 51 Curtis Oil Co. 46 Logan Farm Service 36 Farmer's Grain 23 CHURCH LEAGUE Team game: B.M.A., 919. Team series: B.M.A., 2664. (Nov. 30) Ind. game: H. Griffin, 217. Ind. series: G. Mason, 602. W L John's Lutheran 31 8 Christian # 1 21 18 Pul. Christian #1 21 18 Lutheran 21 18 Lutheran 19 20 #1 19 20 #2 19 20 Workers 17 22 Christian 2 14 25 Christian 13 26 Team series: St. John's, 2261. :Team game: Cornland #1, 771 Ind. series: John Curtis, 494. game: John Horton, 189. STRIKETTE LEAGUE : (Frt. Dec. 1) W L ty Shop 25 14 Construction 25 14 Nat'l Bank 25 14 Insurance 23 16 Lumber Co. 19 20 Elevator 19 20 Grain Co. 18 21 Auto 16 23 Bros. 16 23 Trucking 9 30 Ind. series: K. McCain, 513. game: K. McCain, 189. series: Downing, Ins. 2081 game: Eileen's, 739. MEN'S LEAGUE (Mon Dec. 4) Elevator Grocery Fork Grain Co. Construction Co. laski Products Implement Transfer Insurance Hybrids series: Schahl Grocery, 2479. game: Schahl Grocery, 895. series: R. Holmes, 567. game: P. Schahl, 236. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Man,, Dec. 4) Coal & Gas Co. Market Fire Department Grain Holmes Pts. 76 74 64 57 55 -53 53 48 47 32 W L Jewelry 29 16 Place 28 17 HardWare 26 19 Elevator 24 19% Oil 23  21 Feeds 22 22 Lbr. CO. 20 25 Grain 19 26 18 27 Tool 14 30 L. K. Buckles and L. 573. game: L. Meister, 256. game: Chestnut Gr., 913. series: Dick's Place, 2518. TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tuck, Dec. 5) Coffee Shop I1 Painting 66 62 61 6O 58 54 51 51 Old Timers 51 Tom's Coffee, 2544 game: PAG, 911. / series: O. Poffenbarger, 5444 I O. Poffenbarger, LEAGUE (Wed. De 6) W L Keehler 28 14 27 15 Place 26 16 insurance 24 18 Coal & Gas Co. 21 21 & Paolone 20 22 Construction 19 23 & Hild 18 24 Standard 18 24 Hardware 9 33 series: Stoll Coal, 2097. game: Stoll coal, 748. series: Patterson, 457. game: Patterson, 180. mLLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Dec. 6) Pts. Ford 62 i:ill GRADE CAGERS WIN TWO GAMES FROM ELKHART Basketball fans got their mon- ey's worth Monday night in the heavyweight game between the Elkhart and Mount Pulaski grad. ers, when the game went into an l overtime with the locals winning 31 to 27. t Elkhart led 9 to 5 the "first -- quarter, but the game was tied SPOR(TFMAN LEAGUE [up 13-13 at half time. Then Elk- ( , Dec. I) I hart scored 6 and the locals 7 in Pints Ithe third, but Elkhart scored 7 to Turner Motor Service 621the locals 6 in the fourth fram, Logan Farm Service Co. 56ito send the game into overtime. Dean's Sundries 53' The Junior Hilltoppers scored 5 Bo-Jac Hybrids 52 to Elkhart's 1 to win the game. Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 51 Mount Pulaski Fg Ft Tp Fraim Standard Service 46 Dannenberger 4 1 9 Lake Fork Grain Co. 45 Hahn Oil Service 45 L. Bowles 3 1 7 Faultless Feeds 42 Kennedy 0 0 0 Funks "G" 40 Schmidt 1 0 2 Team series: Lake Fork Grain Goodman 4 0 8 Co., 2516. R. Wilham 1 3 5 Team game: Lake Fork Grain Co., 952. Totals Ind. series: C. Bohn, 549. Elkhart Ind. game: C. Bohn, 225. Pippinger 1 Wieber 1 Carter GRADE SCHOOL MENUS .... 1 FOR DECEMBER llth to 15th 1 Chnilan 2 6 Monday: Home - made chilli { crackers, celery, pineapple slices, Totals 11 bread and butter, milk . Score by quarters: Tuesday: Fried chicken, cream-Mount Pulaski 5 8 7 6 5--31 ed peas, mixed fruit, bread and Elkhart 9 4 6 7 1--27 butter, milk. Wednesday: Hot beef on bun, Lightweighls Win buttered mixed vegetables, cookie, The Mount Pulaski grade school  apple sauce, milk., lightweights continued their high Thursday: Chicken and noodl- scoring Monday night, defeating es, green beans, pears in gelatin, Elkhart, 49 to 20. Elkhart start- bread and butter, milk. ed out to make a battle of it, Friday: Tomato soup, crackers, i leading 8-6 the first quarter and salmon salad sandwich, carrot! i15-14 at half-time. Then the lo- stick, apricots, milk. !cais caught on fire, scoring 15 points in the third quarter and --Winter wreaths and cemetery 18 in the final frame. Elkhart was blankets, all sizes and p.-ices. Or- held to 5 free throws the second der now. Schahl Funeral Home, half. Mount PulaskL (12-14) Mr. Pulaski B Dec. 12---Closing-Out Farm Sale Davis 2 of Everett Brooker, west of Mr. Gupton 3 0 Pulaski. Baker 5 1 "Here's a tip for wives who manage money: Every payday, before I go shopping, I always make a deposit in my savings account at the bank. It's an easy habit to learn - once you get started[" NE PAYDAY, STOP IN AT OUR BANK AND START YOUR SAVINGS ACCOUNT BEFO.._.n YOU $IhRl SPENDING! 00a.k of 00he00mul CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS Jl Hanslow 2 0 4 Totals 20 7 47 mkhart S F TO: Verban 3 2 8 Davis 3 3 9 Boyd 0 1 1 Tiemey 0 1 1 May 0 1 1 Broughton 0 0 0 Totals 6 8 20 Hilltoppers Win 43- 38 Decision From Riverfon The Hilltoppers sporting a 2-1 record, meet Argenta here, Friday night in two games. The junior varsity start play at 6:45. ! Free throws proved to be the Hilltoppers ace in the hole Tues- day night, when they defeated a hustling Riverton cage crew, 43- 38. 13 5 31 1 The locals dropped in a total of Fg Ft Tp[ 17 free tosses while Riverton 1 31making only 4 points by the I 2 4, charity route. The Hilltoppers 1 3 were outscored 4 baskets, making 1 13 13 while their opponents were 0 4 sinking 17. Wilham and Romer scored 11 5 27 each with Drake netting 10. Mc- Cormick, who scored heavily in the Eisenhower game, was so well covered he got only one bas- ket and 4 free throws. Mr. Pulaski Fg Ft TO Romer 4 3 11 McCormick 1 4 6 Drake 3 4 10 Wilham 4 3 11 Schmidt 1 1 3 Zimmermann 0 2 2 Totals 13 17 43 m.tan Fg Ft Camille 3 0 Knaus 3 1 '/ Blakley 3 0 6 Claypool i 3 5 Churchill 2 0 4 Fah'er 2 0 4 Cardoni 4 0 8 Totals 17 4 38 GERTRUDE BRYLES OF LINCOLN, DIED Mrs. Gertrude May Bryles, 79, of Lincoln, IlL, died at 6:55 paP.. Sunday, Nov. 26, 1961, in the Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hos- pital at Lincoln. Decedent was born May 10, 1882, in Mount Pulaski Ill., dau- ghter of George and Alice Jack- son. She married Bert Bryles on Nov. 24, 1901. She was a mem- ber of the First Christian church in Lincoln. Surviving are her husband, a son, Lewis, of Alton; two daugh- ters, Mrs. Virginia Israel of Chi- cago and Mrs. Irma Chapman of Daytona Beach, Fla., and seven grandchildren. Funeral services were held on Wednesday, Nov. 29 at 1:30 p.m. in Holland & Barry Funeral Home, Lincoln, with the Rev. L. H. Appel EYERETT BROOKER, Owner Clerk: Steve Walsh Cashier: First National Bank of Mt, Pulaski Auctioneer: Warren Martin, Clintoa, HI. Phouo 11271 EQUIPMENT & MISCELLANEOUS 2200 bu. Columbia steel grain bin; line motors; pickets; poles; used J.D. Hammer Mill; 10-ton Fair-Itires; wire winder; grease guns; banks-Morse scale with 16-ft.grease and oil; Skill saw; %" platform; 2 cattle scratchers; !HD. electric drill; 1 T. steel cattle catcher (all steel factory !chain hoist; lawn mower; steel built); hog feeders and waterers; roofing; corner posts; lumber; 2 cattle, grain and hay feed bunks; gas tank heaters; Cowboy tank barb wire and steel posts; 2 heater; corn crib tunnels; 30' fence chargers; 30' extension lad-isteel 18-inch culvert; 3 rack loadS der; tractor clover seeder; weed !of small items too numerous to mower; 2 electric motors; 2 gaso- !mention. 1S57 FORD 2-TON MODEL F-600 TRUCK, with bed, hoist, stock rack HAY & STRA00 . 1000 bales of mixed hay; 500 bales of wheat straw NOT RESPONSIBLE FOR ANY ACCIDENTS LUNCH SERVED BY ELKHART METHODIST CHURCH TERMS OF SALE: CASH / EVERETT BROOKER'S CLO$1N6-OUT SALE 6 Located 3 miles west of ML Pulaski on Elkhart'roacl, and 1 mile 11 north and mile west, or, 8 miles south of IAmcoln on  and I mile east, or, 7 miles east of Elkhart and 1 mile north and 1 mile emt, TUESDAY, DECEMBER 12, 1961 STARTING AT 10 O'CLOCK A.M. FARM MACH]NRY 1960 IHC Model 560 TRACTOF with 1960 6-row cultivator; 1958 IHC Model 450 TRACTOR; 1951 M.4SSEY 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 hoe; 1961 IHC #70 5-14 plow; 1960 IHC No. 16 4-14 plow; 1958 IHC #10 scoop auger; M.M. corn sheller; 3-16 plow; 1956 IHC #8 3-14 plow; Power Puzzy rake; 5 sets of wheel L960 IHC Model 33 manure load- weights; 24-ft. hay elevator; IHC er; 1956 New Idea manure spread- 1 7-ft. disc; 2-wheel trailer. er; 1958 IHC #31 mower; 1959[ 60 HEAD OF HOGS 60 50 HEAD OF FEEDER SHOATS, vaccinated for Cholera and Ery- sipelas; 10 head of bred Hamp-Wessex cross bred gilts. New Holland rake; spring tooth harrow; cultimulcher; cultipack- er; 1958 Kewanee 13%-ft. wheel dLc; 1956 M.H. ll-ft wheel disc; 1957 IHC 4-section harrow; 5 small harrows; Continental stalk shredder; Clipper fan mill; 1960' Kewanee Model 600 corn dump, 52-ft; 1956 New Idea 175 corn dump, 50-ft; 2 Stanhoists; 2 New Idea heavy duty wagons with 6x14 boxes; New Idea heavy duty wagon with hoist and 7x14 steel bed; 2 Col- by rubber tired wagons; IHC auger feed wagon; 1956 Contin- ental post hole digger; 2 old wag- ons; large grain auger; power pastor of the First Christian chur- ch, officiating. Burial was made in the Union Cemetery at Lincoln. HOSPITAL NEWS Roy Peckers returned to his home northwest of the city, the first of the week, from St. John'S hospital, Springfield, where he had been a patient several days. --Winter wreaths and cemeterY blankets, all sizes and prices. O- der now. Schabl Funeral Home, Mount Pulask (12-14)