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/ 14--TIMES-NEWS, Mount Pulasld, Ill., THURSDAY, DECEMIR 14, 1961 Let's Go Bowling! STRIKETTE LEAGUE ,i (FrL, Dec. 8) W L /Fht National Bank 27 15 ! Wilham Construction 26 16 i Elleen's Beauty Shop 25;' 16 B Downing Insurance 25 17 ! Farmers Elevator 21 21  Rothwell Lumber Co. 20 22 :-Mt Pulaski Grain Co. 19 23 BI Stahl Bros. 18 23 ' Western Auto 18 24  C,tdes Trucking 10 32 'i Team series: Western Auto, 2123. :! Team game: Wilham Const., 755.  Ind. series: K. McCain, 492. ind. game: W. Leckbee, 202. TOPETTE LEAGUE (Wed., Dee.. 13) W L Koehler 31 14 Fire Department 27 18 Dick's Place 27 18 Moore Insurance 26 19 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 24 21 Huston & Paolone 22 23 Copeland & Hild 20 25 Wilham Construction 19 26 Horn's Standard Serw. 19 26 Rau's Hardware 10 35 Team series: Stoll Coal & Gas, 2210. Team game: Stoll Coal & Gas Co., ' 819. Ind. game: Donna Paolone, 188. ! Ind. series: Donna Paolone, 503. HILLTOP LEAGUE (Wed., Dec. 14) Pt. M.A. 65 Ford 64 Bowl 62 Standard Service 57 Soft Water 57 54 }Stahl Furniture 53 Oil Co. 48 Farm Service 36 Grain 30 game: Hanslow's, 968. series: Hanslow's, 2706. game: W. McCubbin, 232. series: W. McCubbin, 621. BUSINESS MEWS LEAGUE (Mort, Dec 11) Farmers Elevator 81 E hahl Grocery 79 E !ke Fork Grain Co. 71 Fi Department No. 2 60 WlIham Construction Co. 57  Mt. Pulaski Products 57 Stahl Implement 55  Downing Insurance 52 L Barriek's Transfer 50 L/Bo-Jac H3 brids 32 m Team series :Farmers Elev., 2549. i Team game: Fire Dept. No. 2, 890. Ind. series: Harold Tendick, 553. !. Ind. game: C. Drake, 208. : LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mort, Dec. 11) W L !:Neaville Jewelry 30 18 Dick's Place 28 20 Stahl Bros. 28 20 Tomlinson Elevator 27 20 Latham Oil 25 22 Faultless Feeds 22 25 Chestnut Grain 22 26 Rothwell Lumber 22 26 Department 19 29 :Minnesota Tool 15 32 !ind. game: G. Manes, 234. Ind, series: Havener, 622. Team game: Chestnut Grain, 867. ! Team series: Latham Oil, 2544. TOPPERSLEAGUE (Tues.. Dec.12) Tom's Coffee Shop 88 68  Ie.,erle Paint S Market 67  Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 65 Chestnut Fire Department 63 9 s Conoco 62 } Times-News Old Timers 56 B. F. Holmes 54 Farmers Grain, Beason 54 PAG Hybrids 53 Team series: Tom's Coffee, 2414. game: Tom's Coffee, 849. Ind. game: Glen Smith, 552 Ind. game: Virgil Lowery, 210. SPORTSMAN LEAGUE (FrL, Dec. 8) Pts. rner Motor Service 62 :Dean's Sundries 58 Logan Farm Service 58 F BASKE00AIJ,.-- (Continued from page 1) Mt Pulaski (57) Fg Ft Tp Schmidt .............................. 5 0 10 Wilham ........................... -2 4 McCormick ........................ 8 8 24 Romer ................................ 2 1 5 Drake ................................. .2 5 9 Reeves ................................ 0 1 Gheen ............................... .2 0 4 Lorton ................................ 0 2 2 Totals 18 11 47 Score by quarters: 8 Mt. Pulaski 18 12 24 14---68 Auburn 15 11 11 10---47 Free throws missed: Mt. Pulaski 9; Auburn 5. Fouls: Mt. Pulaski 17; Auburn, 16. Hotals 19 19 57 Argenta (52) Fg Ft Tp Beadleston ........................ 7 8 22 Davidson .......................... 4 2 10 Wallace ............................ 1 0 2 Darnall .............................. 4 2 10 Ford .................................... 3 0 6 Edwards ............................ 0 2 2 Totals 19 14 52 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski 27 7 7 22--57 Argentaa 11 10 9 16----52 Defeat Auburn McCormick and Romer, 25 and 19 points, spearheaded the vic- tory Tuesday night over Auburn on the foreign court, 68-47. The locals were held to a nar- row margin in the first and sec- ond periods, scoring 18-15 and 12- 11, to lead at half-time only 30- 26. McCormick went on a scoring splurge in the third quarter to hit 11 points, outscoring Auburn 24 to lt. They continued to pull away in the final period with a 14-10 margin. The locals missed 9 of their 23 free throws, and Auburn 5 of their 16. Mt Pulaski (68) Fg Ft Tp Romer ................................ 7 5 19 McCormick ........................ 9 7 25 Drake ................................. .2 0 4 Wilham .............................. 3 0 6 Schmidt ........................... -2 1 5 Reeves ................................ 1 0 2 Bailey ................................ 1 0 2 Lanterman ....................... -2 1 5 Totals 27 14 68 Auburn (47) Fg Ft Tp Timko ................................ 1 I 3 GRADE SCHOOL WINS TWO MORE Mount Pulaski grade School cage teams continue to roll along at a merry clip, both the heavies and the lights winning from War- rensburg-Latham, Thursday night at Warensburg. The lights had little trouble winning their fourth in a row by a 29 to 13 score, holding their opponents scoreless in the final quarter. The Heavies had more trouble coming out on top, win- ning by a 24 to 19 score. Their big margin of 5 points in the sec- ond period was the deciding fac- tor as all other quarters were practically even. ML Pulaski Lights Fg Ft Tp L. Bowles .......................... 2 0 4 Wilham ........................... .1 0 2 Davis ................................. -2 1 5 Gupton .............................. 3 0 6 Baker .................................. 3 4 10 Hanslow ............................ 1 0 2 Totals 12 5 29 W.-Latham Lights Fg Ft Tp Buckles .............................. 1 1 3 Bankson ............................ 3 0 6 Cooper ................................ 0 0 0 Gaffron .............................. 1 0 2 Bagley ................................ 1 0 2 Totals 6 1 13 Score by quarters:- Mount Pulaski 9 6 9 5---29 War.-Latham 2 4 7 {}---13 Mt Pulaski Heavies Fg Ft Tp Dannenberger .................. 1 2 4 L. Bewles .......................... 1 2 3 Fouts .................................. 5 3 Normont ............................ 1 1 D. Coble ............................ 3 1 P. Coble .............................. 1 0 Magyar .............................. 1 1 Grossner ............................ 2 2 {t. Pulaski Grain Co. 56 Bo-Jac Hybrids 54 tIahn Oil Service 52 Lake Fork Grain Co. 50 Fraim Standard Service 48! Faultles Feeds 47 Funks G 42 Team series: Lake Fork Grain Co., 2503. Team game: Lake Fork Grain Co., 891." Ind. series: G. Mason, 567. Ind. game: H. Gaffney, 222. Shame: Something you Bernhardt ......................... .2 0 4 your head in. 13 Kennedy ............................ 0 1 1 31 R. Wilham ........................ 1 0 2 71Schmidt ............................ 4 0 8 2 t Goodman .......................... 3 0 6 3 / - 6 Totals 10 4 24 Wet. Lath. Heavi Fg Ft Tp Howe .................................. 1 0 2 Bankson ............................ 1 0 2 Kerr .................................... 0 0 0 Staley ................................ 3 1 7 Weckling .......................... 3 0 6 Austin ................................ 1 0 2 Totals 9 1 19 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski 3 9 7 5---24 War. Latham 4 4 6 5--19 hang WHICH HEARI#6 AID DO YOU LIKE BEST? Behlnd.the-Esr Hearing Glasses "In-the-Ear" BELTONE OFFERS YOU ALL THREE You have a variety of choice when Beitone Hearing Glasses, smsrlJy you select a Beltone Hearing Aid. styled for men and women. If your You may prefer the sub-miniature loss is mild, you may select the Jubilee aid that fits snugly behind new thimble-tlny 8eltone Utopian the ear, yet corrects even severe *'IN-THE-EAR" aid, without any losses. Or you can choose attrac- cords, wires or plastic tubes. five, lightweight, comfortable Whichever Beitone you choose, It Is Individually fitted to your own If hearing is your problem specific hearing loss. It provides . remarkably clear, higher fidelity hearing at natural ear-level. FREE BOOK--Come In, phone or write for illustrated book that de* is your answer scribes the advantages of different Beltones.. BELTONE HEARING SERVICE 121 S. 4th St. Phone: 528-4693 SPRINGFIELD, ILLINOIS BATTERIES . CORDS - SERVICE -- ALL MAKES. MAIL ORDERS ACCEPTED. FREE HEARING ANALYSIS FRESHMEN TEAM LiCKS LAKEVIEW SQUAD, 44-40 The Mount Pulaski freshman basketball team beat the Lake- view freshmen in a recent game place at Lakeview, 44-40. Mt. Pulaski (44) Fg Ft Tp Van Hook ........................ 1 5 7 Romer ................................ 1 1 3 Rentmeister ...................... 3 1 7 Schultz .............................. 4 3 11 Ey ........................................ 3 0 6 Sutton ................................ 5 0 10 Totals 17 10 44: Lakeview (40) Fg Ft Tp Schultz .............................. 3 1 7 Sharp ................................ 1 1 3 Montgomery ...................... 3 5 11 Alhrich ............................. .2 9 13 Tucker ................................ 1 0 2 Toth .................................... 2 0 4 Totals 12 16 40 Mount Pulaski 21 9 4 10---44 Lakeview 9 3 11 17--40 OTHER SCORES Elkhart--55; Downs 52. War.-Latham 55; St. Teresa, 47. Tri-City 48; Petersburg 36. THANK, YOU l' I want to thank my friendS and relatives for the visits, cardS, flowers and gifts I received while a patient in the Abraham Lin- coln Memorial Hospital. They were all greatly enojyed. George Hanslow. NOTE OF THANKS I want to express my deepest thanks and appreciation to every- one who sent me cards and gifts and for your visits while I was in the hospital and since return- ing home. Words cannot tell you how much they have meant to me and have helped through the days while I am "grounded". Again, my heartfelt thanks to each one of you. Marjella Martin. Growing Look of Mid-America You can see it best along our rails. Fac- tories sprouting amid the corn and cotton. Chemical plants towering over acres of cane. Paper mills among the southern pines. Industries growing by the acre to match the wealth of farms, mines and forests. Our railroad carries the products of this growth to the markets of Mid-America and the world. And back comes money for pay- rolls, the making of better lives. VVe bring many new industries to Mid- America. For we provide the backbone of economical transportation industry must have. And we could haul double the freight we carry today. This ability can save in- dustry money. "vVhich is one of many, rea- sons Mid-America will continue to have that growing look. WAYNE A. JOHNSTON President ILLINOIS CENTRAL RAILROAD Main Line of Mid-America m