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SIFIEC) SECTION SALE -- FORRENT - LOST - .NELP WMITEB --..-,JOBS WANTED LErJU.S -- 1 All- - - Tlma 10 Words S .60 15 Wordu S .85 20 Wordo S 1.10 to 25 Words $ 1.30 J D 311 h3rds $ 1.50 J Lines .05 Per WordJ[ IALS $1.50 m 792-5414 INSJITION-OEAOt INE ADS for publication may be placed until 5 P.H. TueJdaf CONTRACT ADVERTISING Retee 0uoted Upon ReQuoet. 2 Snow tires 7.10 black walls, approxi- 4,000 miles, $25 Jr., (p) Christmas Gifts, embroidered tea & pillowcases. Also doilies. Mary Guf- (p) Christmas trees, Scotch and Jack .50any size. Buffalo Rt. 54, Buf- 1968 Dodge Po- P.S., P.B., E]ec. and air. Clean. Mrs. Lowe or Jerry (p) 2 yr. old pure female. Ph. (p) "]: A good 15 story home. 3 bed- I I I! --NOnCi-- I/ MEANWHILE BACK at the ranch .... Joke's been steppin' out on Blanche - Finally she took the hint and quickly to the Twin's she went. For other dolls now he don't care, ever- since the TWIN'S fixed Blanche's hair - - We've saved another marriage! Holiday Spatial! Hi-Pro- tinated Perm for only $8.00. Twin's Budget Bou- tique. Open Men. thru Sat., Evenings by appointment, 792-5852 or 792-5429. TO GIVE AWAY Close in on pave- possession.  Biesemeier & 1 - Jackson Tobe 1 - Secore V.T.  1 - Roberts Cas- $129.95 $109.95; 1 - Toyo Cassett Tape Re- $149.50 value, Stoll, Ph. 672. (p) SALE: Rawleigh Home Call "Skip" Latham, Ill. 674- Also fund raising SALE: 2, 3, 4 & 5 Bed- homes available. 2 - also city lots. 60 N.W. of Mt. For information, 792-5478. Havener Mr. Puhski, m. FOR SALE: Choice Meadow Ph. 792-3958. One IRe room effmiency apart- Ph. 792-3958. (t o Unfurnished a- Phone 792-5722. (tO Ride to Springfield 7 a.m. Men. thru ar 792- Classified Ad. 676-3678 PULASK I. ILL. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES Dec. 3, 1971 No. 5, Holmes-Holmes 63 No. 2, Cyrulik.Stratton 59 No. 9, Jackson-Steinfort 58 No. 6, Biglow- Zimmermann-Lake 53 No. 1, Shull -Davis 51 No. 3, Hunter-Morris 46 No. 4, Potter-Purcell 46 No. lO, Leesman-Winchel 45 No. 7, Spear-Jackson- Gibbs-Utterback 44 No. 8, Marten-Lock 27 W. Ind. Game, L. Bigelow, 212; W. Ind. Series, L. Bigelow, 506; M. Ind. Game, R. I.,esman, 211 ; M. Ind. Series, B. Holmes, 549; Team Game, No. 6, 666; Tetm Series, No. 5, 1797. HILLTOP LOAFERS Monday, Dec. 6, 1971 Cyrulik Bros. 61 Lincoln Land Agency 55 Howe Auctioneers& Ins. 51 Fire Dept. 50 Welch's Chargers 44 Staid Fumit ere 42 Custom Builders & Int. 41 Hilltop Bowl 39 Stahl Hardware 38 F.S. 34 Ind. Game, G. Gibbs, 224; Ind. Series, A. RoDs, 574; Team Game, Fire Dept., 902; Team Series, Fire Dept., 2627. RUINED TOPPERS LEAGUE Tuesday, Dec. 7, 1971 A]'s Conoeo 91 P.A.G. Hybrids 72 Chestnut Fire Dept. 65 Downing Ins. 62 Bo-Jac Hybrids 60 Stoll Coal & Gas 47 Curtis Oil 46 Times-News 33 Ind. Game, G. Koenig, 226; Ind. Series, G. Koenig, 538; Team Game, Bo-Jac's, 868; Team Series, Bo-Jac's, 2478. - r ,- Mr. Keith Richardson, Publisher Mr. James V. Dodge, Editor Times-News Mt. Pulaski, Ill. 62548 Dear Gentlemen: I would like to thank you for printing in the Times - News the article about my being chosen Courier Man of the Month by the Lincoln Courier. My family and I would also like to thank the people of Mt. Pulaski for their many kind remarks and cards of congratula- tions that we received. Without the help and en- couragement from the ci- tizens of Mt. Pulaski this honor would have been impossible. Sincerely, Dean Cates. December 7, 1971 Editor Times-News Mt. Pulaski, Ill. Dear Editor: I am 100% in favor of the school bond referen- dum, as I believe that these school improvements are badly needed. I think our principal, Joe.Kafka, and his teachers are doing a fine job with our stu- dents. However, as I looked through the annual fi- nancial statement publish- ed in your November 25 issue, I began to wonder if some of the money spent for supplies and ser- vices was really to the best of our advantage. For ex- ample,l noticed $1,849.33 for the services of Tri- County Dist. No. 87. Have we had enough service from that organization during the time we have been associated with them to warrant this kind of INTERIOR PAINTING and OABINET REFINISHING Mt., m. annual expenditure? I seriously dout :it. I 0e- leave that we have not had near enough service to justify the money our ci- tizens have pouredinto the Tri-County organization. Perhaps this should be looked into along with any other dead weight that might be in our budget. Concerned About the Budget. DR.  HOUTS, G SPEAKER AT BANQUET Dr. Earl Houts, a 1933 graduate of the Arthur High School, was the speaker for the alumni banouet which was held recently at the all purpose room at the Arthur High School. The banque t was served by members of the Arthur Mennonite Church. Dr. Houts received his Bachelor of Education de- gree from Eastern Illinois University, music education major, in 1938. He received his Master's degree from Illinois Wesleyan University, Bloomington, music educa- tion major, in 1942. In 1956, he received his Doctor's degree from the University of Northern Colorado, Greeley, second- ary education and psycho- logy. His present position is administrator/naturalist at Teatown Lake Reservation of the Brooklyn Botanic Garden in Ossining, N.Y. His teaching fields are pub- lic school music and college psychology. A member of Phi Delta Kappa, he is listed in "Lead- ers in Education, 1971" in the Jaques Cattell Press, Tempe, Ariz. Among his hobbies are environment and conservation action (traveling lecturer). He is married to Kathryn Neumeyer, a former Arthur resident and the couple have two children, Mrs. Carol Anne Durich and Mrs. Jamie Lynn Smith. Mrs. Catherine Von Lanken is a sister of Dr. Houts. Mrs. Houts (Ithryn Neumeyer) is the daughter of Mrs. F. E. Neumeyer and the late Rev. Neumeyer, who served as minister of GENE WILSON Real Estate g Auction Co. South Side el Square MT. PULASKI, ILL. In Mt. Pulaski, for sale or trade, new ranch-type 3 - bedroom home on N. Wash- ington St. 3 - bedroom home, 4 addi- tional rooms and bath. BILL TATE SALESMAN Phone 792-3370 792-5363 CL I FFORD SAII TN SALESMAN Phone 792-5802 FOR SALE: 326 Acre farm, Modern House, storage br over 50,000 Int. grain, large machine shedwith over - head grain bins, inside cup elevate, hog house and ethan buildings. Near I00berly, Me. Primd very reasonakJo This Farm Produced leO tt.  50 Wheat, & 40 Bu. r Been Per Acre E. L ROTHWELL It,, F. L. B. Phone 792 - 5722 Me. Puluki,J11. 62548 the Mt. Pulaski United Methodist Church for 16 years. ImIS'PMAS D AT  HOIvlE The .annual Wilham Potluck dinner was held at the home of Aileen Cyrulik on Sunday, Dec. 5th with sixty-four in at- tendance. Of the eleven children living, seven of the girls and two of the boys were present. Two were unable to attend. Those attending were: Cogswell, N. Dakota: Mrs. Myrtle Huff-man; River- ton: Mrs. Eva 13ice, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Trotter, Mr. and Mrs. James Trot- ter and daughter, Cindy, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Shane and daughter, Renee, and son, Tim; Springfield: Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Phillips, Mrs. Harvey Beam and daugh- ter, Lisa, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Drabing and sons, Rodney and Randall; Decatur: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wilham; Lincoln: Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Rad- cliffe and daughters, De- nise, Janice and Cindy, Mrs. Opal Drabing; Mt. Pulaski: Mrs. Aileen Cyrulik, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bastin,Mr. and Mrs. George Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Ce- cil Wilham, Mr. and Mrs. Kenny Cyrulik and sons, Craig, Kirk and Kerry and daughter, Yvonne, Mr. and Mrs. Gary Cyrulik and daughters, Lydia and Rebecca, and son, Chris- topher, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Cyrulik anddaugh- ter, Tanya; Mr. and Mrs. Davey Creager and daughters, Paula and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilham and daughter, Diana, and son, Tim, and John Buckles, Mrs. Kay Schatd and daughter, Trudy, and son, Geoffery and friend, Dick Durchholz, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Wilham and sons, Brian and Junior. A bountiful meal was enjoyed by all present. Be Sure to Vote December 11 FIND YOURSELF IN THE AIR FORCE If you are still undecid- ed about what to do since your graduation, why not "Do your thing" in the U. S. Air Force. The Air Force is looking for ener- getic imaginative young men to fill immediate vacancies in aH ma'eer areas. You have most of your formal education behind you, and if college isn't your bag at this time, let the Air Force put your education to good am. You can develop a skill of a life time. A skill that you 11 be able to put to good use when you return to civilian life and be suc- cessful in. If you are will- ing to learn and accept responsibility, you may be Air Force material. Your starting salary will be $268.50, with your medical and dental care, housing and food all free. Upon completion of six weeks of basic traini, your salary will go "to $299.10. You will also re- ceive 30 days paid vaca- tion annually. So if you are undecided about what you want to do with your life, start finding out right now, contact Set. Bill Stone, local Air Force Recruiter, at his office 223 E. North St. in Decatur._or call (217)428-503 lcofieet for an appointmni. If/you are unable to make it to his Decatur office, Set. Stone will also be in Lin- coln every Tuesday at the following places: Veterans Office in the Courthouse - 10:30 a.m..to 12 Noon; and the Selective Service Office - 12:30 p.m. to 1:30 p.m. s00tvlc00 Marine Pvt. C, ene F. Hickey, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene F. Hickey, St. of 205 Mayfair I)Nve, Lincoln, Ill., has graduated from basic training at the Marine Corps Recruit De- pot, Parris Island, S. C. He is a 1971 graduate of LincOln Community High School. DECEMBER IS THE LAST MONTH TO ADJUST 191l INCOME For Tax Appointment PHONE: 92-54 6 FRANCIS MYRICK MYRICK'S AGENCY PUBLIC NOTI00 ONCE AGAIN THE PE OF LOGAN fO. ARE GIVEN YHE OPPOIIYUNITY TO PURCHAI THE F'O STORAGE CARS ABSOLUTE BALANCE DUE. glUgP _A 1 Nlllq'lCll]/.NL'fl,]/Wlg] s4100.. '41'*... FULL CASH PRICE '61 lercedes Benz '65 Old 442 Cpe. '64 T - Bird '68  Mum '66 Super Sport '65 Wildcat "70.Plymouth Fury '65 Super Sport Cony. '65 /Ton Chev. Pickup '67 Pontiac Wagon '66 Chev. Pickup '66 Mumt Tweed.tar m*dn mr. s.m%  lSNsp ts ls thM prieD. Gill for mllt dwek sppmv Stt4SSt. ass m eepted evea It ye ewe  y ta, a41e. C, AR8 MAY   AT STORAGE CARS, e17 South Nbdb SprtmOtdd, Itmh (ltll H4-N w llt For Terml Adhld i [ i i