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:,+, $ It. 1 I AY . ,Y DC. 12 Mabel Moore, 74,  |1( ME. Pulaski, Illinois, | away at Decatur l,=mtorial Hospital, Thurs- l-ttY,&apos;December 9, 1971 at PI"  P.m. She was born January 18, Ulinois on , a lle daughter of La- and Emma Rhue lon |L e. was married to [ |+ -ttlllk Moore and he pass- .I + IL'e a stepson, Kennet |, ."5re of California; and KiWi*, Mrs ulah A,- |.. of Terre Haute, il ,,iana. Two brothers and |.---' preceded her in h. Moore was a mem- 0fthe Christian Church the Women's Bible Mrs. Joan Ritchhart. |. L 'eral services were 4 - H Olub.Met day, December 12, 1 l,at the Schahl Funer- The Mt. Pulaski Go |0rne at 2:30 p.m. Rev. ., Getters 4-H Club met Idleman | officiated, Dec. 8, 1971 at the home i| interment was in Elk- of Barbara French. There | MCemetery. cal selections were 24 members present were and 1 guest. I d. We openx] the meeting |lPalearers were" Joe with the pledge to the |e,-as, Larry Ball, Dean .. i. rE, L. K. Buckles, Jr., . |rald Pharis and Don .tli'on Program "  At Grade School Monday, Dec. 13 Dec. 14th, 15 teach- and other personnel in the dental program at ME. Pulaski Grade and Lake Fork 21tOOl,<:i-lORtIm  cx)NcIlm'r The Children's Chorus of the ME. Pulaski Con- solidated Grade School will present a musical con- cert at the Chester East Lincoln Grade School and the West Lincoln Grade School on December 21. The Hilltop Teens sang at the Lincoln Zonta Club meeting which was held at the Holiday Inn on December 14 at 8 p.m. On December 15, the group sang at the Lincoln Rotary Club meeting at the Heritage Inn. They also visited the nursing homes and the Abraham Lincoln Memor- ial Hospital. These young people are under the direction of 4-H flag and the U. S. flag. Minutes were read by Vickie Hum, Sec. We discussed when to go caro- ling, and decided upon Dec. 23, at 7:30 p.m. and will meet at the Rec. Dress very warm fox it will be cold walking around town and going through the country. All members are to gather as many Hunts labels and bring to next meeting. Each label will plant a tree. Last year's records were passed out. F H A TOUtiS LEHN and FINS The Mt. Pulaski FHA of Mt. Pulaski High School held their meeting Dec. 4, 1971 on the bus enroute to Letm and Fink in Lin- coln, where they were di- vided into two groups and toured the plant. During the meeting, a discussion of earning points toward their trip to Chicago was discussed. They voted to accept the point system. NOTICE Persons in Military Ser- vice who expect to be out of the County on March 21, 1972 may now make application for absentee ballot for the Primary Election. A Family member may make application for them by coming to the Office of the County Clerk, Wel- don B. Frantz. Office Hours: Monday thru Friday, 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m. Weldon B. Frantz. (12-23) NOTICE OF DEATH AND CLAIM 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, ME. Pula- ski, Illinois. The attorney for the Administrator with the Will Annexed is Harris & Harris, ME. Pulaski, Illinois. Claims may be filed within seven months from November 24, 1971 (date of issuance of Let- ters), and any claim not filed within that period is barred as to the estate which is inven- LETS TOPPETTE BOWLING Wednesday, Dec. 8, 1971 Zoo's 62 Wilham Const. 59 Cyrulik Bros 59 Stahl Furn. 58 Haskell's 48 Hayes Auto 45 Curtis Oil 43 Times-News 43 Crop Service 39 Stoll Coal & Gas 33 Ind. Game, P. Patterson, 183; D. Dingman, 183; Ind. Series[P. Patterson, 494; Team Game, Zoo's, 759; Team Series, Zoo's, 2161. TIMES-NEWS (Mt. Pulaski, I11.) THURSDAY, DEC. 16, 1971 CHURCH LEAGUE Thurs., Dec. 9, 1971 W L Copeland 2 28 16 Prophets 28 17 Zio Lutheran 23 22 Copeland. 1 23 22 Chrstian 1 21 24 Methodist 19 25 Christian 2 19 26 WfllingWorkers 18 27 M. Ind. Game, H. Eye, 198; M. Ind. Series, E. Phillips, 505; W. Ind. Game, W. Febus, 186; W. Ind. Series, W. Febus, 483; Team Game, Cope. 2,837; Team Series, Prophets, 2345. FRIDAY NIGHT MIXED DOUBLES Dec. 10, 1971 No. 5, Holmes-Holmes 70 No. 2, Cyrulik-Stratton 64 No. 9, Jackson-Steinfort 58 No. 1, Shull-Davis 56 No. 6, Bigelow-Zimmer. mann - lake 55 No. 10, Leesrnan-Winchel 52 No. 3, Hunter-Morris 48 No. 4, Potter-Purcell 48 No. 7, Spear-Jackson- Gibbs-Utterbaek 44 No. 8, Marten-l.x)ck 32 M. Ind. Game, K. Cyrdik, 202; M. Ind. Series, K. CyruLik, 553; W. Ind. Game, C. Davis, 193; W. Ind. Series, C. Davis, 481; Team Game, No. 5,670; Team Series, No. 5, 1851. HILLTOP LOAFERS Monday, Dec. 13, 1971 Cyrulik Bros. 62 Lincoln land Agency 61 Howe Auctioneers & Ins. 53 Fire Dept. 53 Welch's Chargers 48 Stahl Furniture 47 Custom Builders & Int. 46 Hilltop Bowl 41 (Cont. on Classified age) losing a lot of hotair?. If your furnace is You can buy the working at top tape at any hard- efficiency, but ware or building your home feels supply store. chilly and cold, Repairing air do some snooping leaks costs only in your basement, pennies but you'll Uninsulated ducts be amazed at the and pipes, carrying warm air difference it makes in from the furnace, can be comfort and savings. Just as leaking heat along the way. important, by preventing School. Recreation was led by period. ,,,J George .... Csomai of Julie Butkovich, and we toried within that Check exposed pipes for air wasteful heat loss, you'll be _ ealth Depart- played Truth or Dare. Lynn D Gilchrist .... leaks, especially around the doing your part to conserve uerK ot me t.trcmt t.oun connectin "pints If " f Spnngfield super- . Refreshments were serv ......... g I . you spot precsous energy Harris&Harris a ieaK, repair it immediately  proam. ,, . ed by Mrs. Schaffenacker Logan oumy, uunms. . . .;s tome loJJowm.g at the close of the meeting. Attomeys at Law . by wrapping the duct with Illlilil wno ne, ipeo m Next meeting will be ME. Pulaski, Illinois cloth adhesive tape or I=lltl--II gram: 5tena tates, Jan. 12, at 7:30 p.m. at ' Tooh.ey, .M.anlyn the home of Julie and Tel. 792-5358 (12.16-p) low-cost fireproof insulation. MIIBBMM , manJyn wHnam, "" "utkovich i tmay t . e, .Mary Stewart, Debra Allspach, Sell it with a Classified. -yrUlIK, Joyce Max- , Lavonne Stratton, Jmtice today is a very ;k . ates and Dolly strange thing: if you make  S Fsmily ih0p/[ ! l" Out your income tax cor- ,11 ......... rectly, yug t the Pr- 1 CANNO N ' M" =t wt.n a taassmeo house-if you don't, you the Tmes-News. go to jail. Lake Fork gale ] Phone 792 - 5441 !  ONE BLOCK WEST INTERSECTION ROIYFF 51 & 54 I . - - tlLINTON, ILLINOIS , . 'N 6 A'M" ! $ P'M" WEEKBAYS !  lAY, $ A.M.., P.M. ,,Ell SUN. DONYT WORRY- AV0" TY TRAFFIC 1 U ,or reservations for 5PECIJU, food ])1 FREE ,ARKING---FR ,ENDLY SEIIVIOE i/ krders for 0roups or caw/- outs. ! r'AVS00"IAt00A"00t'Arm"I ! CHRISTMAS SHOP AT CANNON'S i 12NoontoBp'. I ! WHERE IT'SA PLEASURE TO SAVE I ! d o 7. de.,=v YES! Grandmas, Grandpas, Uncles, Aentl Welcome I _,*= !t you are Spoil. g for some ! quy lwausitul s, rome m .and brom IL Free,Tlcmtertobe : OPEN DAILY g A.M. TO g P.M. SUNDAYS tillOhristmas 1OAJL-tl P.M. ='- THOUSANDS OF ITEMS, MOSTLY AT You may be driving many miles to purchase gills that a_e available in ME. Pulaski at Pu'grER mad CLU'ITI SHOt'PE a0. os. wmtti=gtoa-- I I i DISCOUNT, SUCH AS APPLIANCES, RADIOS, TOYs,BILLFOL es, LUGGAGE, GLASSWAREpIcTURES, OUTDO0, AND LIGHT SETS, IME00RATIONS ETC.