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6-TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, Ill.) THURSDAY, DEC. 9, 1971 Wrestling Team Lest To Shelbyville On Dec. 2, the Mt. Pulaski Purple Gang was paid a visit by Shelby- ville. Even though the team's spirits were very high, they lost the match 27-30. Pins for the Purple Gang were Mark Graft and Dick Clampet. There wa one default in the match won by Gary Mile- ham. Come and see the Purple Gang in action next match and give our boys your moral support. 98 - Mike Cowan (M) won by forfeit 105 - Brad Flesner (S) out pointed David Donnelly (M) 9-6 112 - Brad Jitter (S) out pointed Jim Saulsberry (M) 2-I I 19 - Paul Tice (S) pinned Phil Birdwell (M) 3:45 126 - Scott Sands (S) pin- ned Miek Shewmake (M) 5:30 132 - Dan Miller (S) out pinned Steve Hummel (M) 4-2 138 - John Howett (M) out pointed Earl Stone (s) 9-5 145 - Larry Owens (S) out pointed Ron Schaf- fenacker (M) 6-4 155 - Mark Graft (M) pin- ned Mike May (S) 1:59 167 - Lyle Flesner (S) pinned Don Wilham (M) 2:45 185 - Gary Mileham (M) won by default over Paul Stowardsos (S) Heavyweight - Dick Clam- pet (M) pinned Pat Clay (S) 1:25 On Dec. 4, Mt. Pulaski forfeited to the Mapleton Illini Bluffsbecause of the referees absence. PEP WRESTLING 98 - Cowan (M) pinned Shupe (C) 3:50 105 - Shoot (C)pinned Donnelly (M) 2:25 112 - Saulsberry (M) pin- ned Oakly (C) 0:35 119 - Birdwell (M) pinned McGinnis (C) :52 126 - Shewmake (M) pin- ned Rich (C) 5:05 132 - Hummel (M) pinned Darling (C) 3:10 138 - Howett (M) pinned Ozier (C) 2:30 145 - Schaffenacker (M) out pointed Myers (C) 7-0 155 - Graft (M) pinned Easton (C) 2:20 167 - Bahney (C) pinned " Wilham (M) 5:50 185 - Mileham (M) pinned Strader (C) 1:35 Heavy - Clampet (M) pin- ned Watson (C) 0:40 M'I'. POlASlR WON LOST AT N On Dec. 3rd the Hill- toppers traveled to River- ton. The first game was the Jr. Varsity (Fresh.- Soph.) with our boys win- ning 39 to 37. All evening the J.V's. did a great job in shoot- ing and handling the ball in this close game. We hope the team will con- tinue to do as well as they did in their fn'st game of the season. Coach Copper started L. Hahn, T. Martin, G. Howe, J. Salyer and S. Holmes. Mt. Pulaski (39) fg ft t L. Hahn 7 0 14 T. Martin 0 2 2 G. Howe 1 0 2 S. Holmes 5 2 12 J. Salyer 4 1 9 R. Pope , 0 0 0 T. Bates 0 0 0 R. Bowles 0 0 0 T. Stratton 0 0 0 G. Allspach 0 0 0 D. Jackson 0 0 0 G. Helton 0 0 0 Total 34 5 39 Riverton (37) fg ft t P. Cardoni 1 2 4 S. Hott 3 6 12 MGreenwood 6 3 15 T. Mussatt 2 1 5 M.Waldrop 0 0 0 J. Bice 0 1 1 Total 24 13 37 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski 14 9 6 10-39 Riverton 5 14 5 13-37 The Varsity team lost their game to Riverton 66-54. Although the team tried hard and put out a lot of effort, they were outplayed by the other team. Since it was River- ton's Horfiecoming game, they were determined to win and succeeded. Better luck next time boys. Mt. Pulaski (54) fg ft t J. Ayers 3 1 7 M. Kelly 3 9 15 K. Durst 1 1 3 M. Durst 1 1 3 J. Martin 3 0 6 S. Milligan 3 0 6 J. Blackburn 0 0 0 G. Lamar 0 3 3 G. Sheehan 4 3 11 Total 36 18 54 Riverton (66) fg ft t Runyon 6 4 16 Davis 2 12 16 Besjack 1 0 2 Zimmering 1 3 5 Greenwood 0 2 2 M. Cardoni 1 1 3 P. Cardoni 0 1 1 Mann 9 3 21 Total 40 26 66 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski: 10 10 17 17-54 Riverton: 15 15 14 22-66 It's a shame-but it's true-that a mirror doesn't make some folks see them- seh'es as others see them. FOR SALE Red Door Restaurant On "The Square in Mt. Pulaski, III. This newly remodeled restaurant is air. conditioned mad is equipped new rainless steel equipme. seating capacilT Zmmeaie REASONABLE -----TERMS E. L. Rothwell ToIo. 799. - 57"9. MI. Pulaski, Ill. LOCAL AUXlIZARY ASSISI VETERANS AT Each >,ear at Christmas, many hospitalized veterans in llhnos Veterans' State, County and Municipal hospitals have little or no income With which to purchase remembrances for their loved ones at home. The American Le- gion Auxiliary, Depart- ment of Illinois, comes to the rescue by arranging gifts on display in a "Christmas Gift Shop." A veteran may visit the "shop" at his hospital and select gifts for Iris im- mediate family. The American Legion Auxiliary Hospital Volun- teers wrap the gifts selec- ted, enclose a personal gift enclosure card from the veteran and mail the packages directly to their families, all at no cost to the veteran. Ryman Fuiten Unit No. 447 has helped to make this possible through its contribution to the funds which provide these gifts, according to Hazel Fro- schauer, Veterans' Affairs and Rehabilitation Chair- man. TO HAVE BILAWI(I The Brothers of the Brush are also selling tick- ets for a Turkey and Ham drawing. They will be giv- ing away three 20 lb. Turkeys and two 5 lb. Hams. Tickets will be 5 for $1.00 or $.25 each and may also be purchased from any Brothers of the Brush members. Drawing will be held December 23rd and the winner need not be present. CARD OF THANKS I would like to thank my neighbors, friends and relatives for the many cards, flowers, gifts, visits and the harvesting of my crops this fall while twice a patient at the Decatur Memorial Hospital. Also sincere thanks for the many prayers. Special thanks to the ministers, Tim Carlson, Rev. Donald Kirchner and Dale Bald- win for their visits and prayers. Thank you and may God bless you for all the kind deeds. (p) Marshall Morthland. It really doesn't matter because, as of today, your what your past has been future is spotless. NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLdM DATE Docket Number 71-P-138" Notice is hereby given of the death of Geraldine Koehler; that Letters of Administration with the Will Annexed were issued November 24, 1971, to Everett V. Koehler, Mt. Pula- ski, Illihois. The attorney for the Administrator with the Will Annexed is Harris & Harris, Mt. Pulaski, Illinois. Claims may be t'fled within seven months from November 24,. 1971 (date of issuance of Let: and any claim not f'tll: ters), within that period is barred as .to the estate which is inven- toried within that period. Lynn D. Gilchrist Clerk of the Circuit Court Logan County, Illinois. Harris & Harris Attorneys at Law Mt. 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INSlANT O wmm GEORGI:'S FOODS SUNDAYS -- eO  MOUNT PULASKI, NOTICE Persons in vice who expect to of the County on 8, 1972 may now application for ballot for the Board Member PrinU/. A Family member make application by coming to the of the County Clerk, don B. Frantz. Office Hours: thru Friday, 4:30 p.m. Weldon B. Frantz, Logan County Ckt.