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--TIM].HEWS (Mount Pulaski, DL) THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, Hope your holidays are as merry as children buildinq a snowman! "ilk" BASF,.ETBALL SQUAD AT LATHAM- WARRENSBURG JR. HIGH--Frmxt Row, left to right: Brian Gaston, mgr.; Ronnie Austin, Nor- man Wentworth, Harold Alsup, Martin Buth, Paul Heft, manager. Back RowBilly Wickline, Danny Howe, Jack Rau, Steve Staley, Richard Kerr, George Bayliss, Allen Runion, Darrcl Birch. Bill Miller, Coach. "B" BASKETBALL SQUAD AT LATHAM-WAR- RENSBURG JR. HIGH. Front Row, left to right: Bob Cooper, Bob Bagley, Dwain Bankson, Nor- man Wentworth, Bob Wright, Richard Rodgers, Allen Runion, Nell Buckles, Larry Roberts, Owen Gaffron. Back Row: John Shelley, Lowell Hamilton, manager; Greg Wentworth, Ronnie Letterly, Rick Wachtcr, Larry Jones, Jimmy Hayes, Jerry Wakeman, Jim Hammel, Terry Radliff, Dennis Robinson, David Brown, manag- . er; Terry Bales. Bill Miller, Coach. Lafltam. Warrensburg ball team won the championship when Bill Burdine was fouled in W Se Finals in the state finals here, Tuesday the act of shooting. Bill faltered night, when they turned back a on his first attempt, but the sec- (March 14, 1957) fine colored team from Dunbar ond one went right through-- Latham.Warrensburg Jr. High's of Madison, 33-32. The score was and that was the ball game for lightweight grade school basket, tied 32-32 with 3 seconds to go Dunbar didn't have time for a shot before the horn sounded. LA'IAM WATER SUPPLY SYSTEM COMPLETED IN 1941 Latham's new water supply system was ready to put into op- eration Tuesday. Final adjust- ments were made on the water- works equipment at Latham, Mort day, according to W. D. P. War- ren of Warren & Van Praag, De- catur engineers and was to be prepared to give service to custo- mers Tuesday. The system is completed except for a short stretch of pipe which is still, to be laid on one of the villages dead-end streets. The pipe will be laid later by the WPA. Latham's new water system in. eludes, in addition to a supply Of water from a well, removal of iron from the water. It cost a total of about $45,000 and was financed with assistance from the WPA. Already signed up have been enough customer's to average one for every four inhabitants of the village. Such a high ratio of customers to population is good for a water system that has been in operation 10 years, Mr. War. ten said. Glenn Baumann, a pupil at Hamilton school, south of the cry, had a record of 8 years perfect attendance, ending in ' Good cheer to you and a bountiful measure of happy memories to cherish long after this Christmas day has passed. REEVES INSURANCE AGENCY JIM'S REPAIR SHOP Mr. and Mrs. ]ames Williams LATHAM \\; cst wishes for this joyous season to all of our very good friends and patrons. Hathorn's Variety Store LATHAM, ILL. Sincere good wish00 s for . joyous 0000season and many thanks for allowing us to serve you. HASKILL'S LIMESTONE & PHOSPHATE LATHAM mmum