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0 h So 3e # l ) Let's. Go Bowl,ng! HOLIDAY BOWLING HOURS Christmas Eve--Close at 6:00. Christmas Day--Open at 3:00. CHURCH LEAGUE (Thurs, Dec. 14) W L St. John's Lutheran 34 11 Cornland Christian #1 26 19 Mt. Pulaski Christian #1 24 21 Methodist # 1 23 22 Lincoln Lutheran 23 22 Zion Lutheran 21 23 Methodist #2 21 24 Willing Workers 19 26 Copeland Christian 17 28 Cornland Christian 17 28 High team, game and series: Copeland Christian, 781 and 2287. High Ind. game and series: J. Horton, 193 and 526. STRIKETTE LEAGUE (Dee, IS) W L First National Bank 29 16 Wilham Construction 28 17 Eileen's Beauty Shop 26 18 Downing Insurance 26 19 Farmer's Elevator 24 21 Rothwell Lumber Co. 22 23 Mr. Pulaski Grain Co. 20 25 Stahl Bros. 19 25 Western Auto 18 27 Gerdes Trucking 12 23 Team series: Wilham, 2075. Team game: Downing Ins., 746. Ind. game: P. Sehahl, 190. Ind. series: P. Schahl, 487. SPOITIMAN LEAGUE (Fri., Dec. 15) PIL Turner Motor Service 67 Logan Farm Service Co. 63 Dean's Sundries 61 Bo-Jac Hybrids 60 Mt. Pulaski Grain Co. 58 Hahn Oil Service 56 Fraim Standard Service 55 Lake Fork Grain Co. 50 Faultless Feeds 49 Funks 'G' 43 Team series: Fraim's, 2614. Team game: Turner and Fraim, 882. Ind. series: H. Litterly, 525. Ind. game: H. Litterly, 206. LOAFERS LEAGUE (Mon., Dec. 18) W L Neaville Jewelry 32 19 Dick's Place 30 21 Tomlinson Elevator 29 21% Stahl Bros. 29 22 Latham Oil 26 24 Faultless Feeds 25 25 Rothwell Lumber Co. 23 28 Chestnut Grain 22 29 Fire Department 20 31 Minnesota Tool 17 33% Ind. game: J. Matthews, 247. Ind. series: J. MattheWS, 585. TOPPERS LEAGUE (TueS., Dec. 19) PtL Tom's Coffee Shop 88 Letterle Painting 73 Stoll Coal & Gas Co. 72 Zim's Market 67 Chestnut Fire Department 67 Al's Conooo 64 B. F. Holmes 6i PAG Hybrids 60 Times- News 59 Farmers Grain, Beason 54 Team series: B. F. Holmes, 2450 Team game: B. F. Holmes, 851. Ind. series: O. Letterle, 520. Ind. game: D. Pope, 212. BUSINESS MEN'S LEAGUE (MolL, Dec. 18) Farmers Elevator 85 Schahl Grocery 82 Lake Fork Grain Co. 71 Mt. Pulaski products 64 Fire Dept. #2 62 Wilham Construction Co. 62 Stahl Implement 58 Barrick's Transfer 55 Downing Insurance 54 Bo-Jac Hybrids 36 Team series: Schahl Grocery, 2537. Team game: Farmers Elev., 865. Ind. series: E. Froschauer, Jr.. 601. Ind. game: E. Froschauer, Jr., 221. MRS. ALLEN CAIN DIED IN INDIANA Funerat services for Mrs. Allen E. Cain, 93, of Mexico, a suburb of Peru, Ind., were held there in the Eikenberry Funeral Home at 2 p.m., Tuesday, Dec. 12, with the Rev. Clyde Black oelattng. The body was erematod. Mrs. Cain, who lived in Peru several years after moving from Illinois, resided in North Grove for a time. She died in Duke's j {ospital at 1:35 a.m. Sunday, Dec. 10, 1961, following an illness of several month. Anna Gasaway was born Nov. 14, 1868, in Mount Pulaski, Ill., a daughter of William Henry and Mary E. Seroggin Gasaway. She was married Sept. 6, 1894 to Allen E. Cain. For sevel'al years they lived on a farm southwest of Mount Pulaski, now occupied by Mr. and Mrs. Wllford K. Serog- gin, Sr. Tht'y moved from the farm in the 1900's and located in Peru, Ind. Her husband preceded her in death on Dec. 15, 1937. Mrs. Cain as a member of the Mexico Baptist Church and the Peru Garden Club. Her only surviving relatives are nieces and nephews. Two nieces Mrs. Edward Froschauer, St., of Mount Pulaski, and Mrs. Walter Damarin of Williamsville, attend. ed the funeral. APPRECIATION To the many relatives and friends for the flowers, gifts, cards and prayers, while I was a pati- L d[J[.WS0 4ltlt llhaklL IlL, THURSDAY, DECEMBER 21, 1961-.q7 .ent at Decatur-Macon County Hospital for surgery, and since returning home, I am truly grate- ful. Helen Sams. HOSPITAL NEWS Hubert Buckles was removed to St. Clara's HoSpital, Lincoln, on Monday afternoon, in the Schahl ambulance, for medical care. THANr- YOU I I want to thank all who sent me cards and gifts during my re- cent stay at the Menonite Hos. pital in Bloomington. I really ap- preclated being so well remem- Dert. Louis Leimbach. AUSTIN NEWS [,. Friday. He will also farm the land. Wilbur Raus are planning to go to Arizona to visit his father, Or- ville Rau and wife. rry to hear Mrs. C. A. Bur- gett fell Sunday breaking her hip. Is in D & MC hospital. The Dick Dlsbrows moved some time ago from the J. T. Johnston house to east of Warrensburg on place his father purchased. Sandra Williams gave a piano number 'Noel' Sunday for church service. No preaching service next Sunday as pastor be at Center for their Christmas program be here for our evening program. Installation of officers Dec. 31. In- stead of sending cards the pastor and family presented a beautiful potnsetta to the church. A card from Mrs. Alice Wilson of Mama Prairie Post, is in Mexico - had just returned from By   Wedding bells are soon to ring! Austin school program was held visit in California with daughter Friday night, and family. Dr. and Mrs. O. F. Landis of Decatur, were Sunday dinner guests of the Rev. Ruberg's after preaching in both churches. The Win. Hefts have quite a display -- Santa and sleigh and reindeers over garage roof and a e. village on shop roof. Pretty by day or night. We'll miss it -- the white mall box and post at the late H.H.'s gate. Gerald Rau took it Monday ,, -- we're glad wasn't put on junk pile. @ Gerald Raus moved from the Roy Morthland house to a farm 4 miles east and 1 mile south, .JL- us 4gain it's time ]or neighbors a lull and Season's good cheer and happiness. Kenneth Johnson BMA INSURANCE I word of thanks and Season's Greetings to the many friends we have been privileged to serve. We wish you aml your family health and happiness for many years to conte. Fraim's Sfandard Service ./ :) Cold to 4 above Tuesday and Wednesday. Clear. Started raining at noon Saturday and freezing on- tree branches were bending with ice - warmer and rain dur- ing night and ice gone by Sunday A.M. Foggy Sunday and Monday. Snowed all night Monday. Still is this Tuesday a.m. 4 inches and stuck on everything. Also snow- ing Wednesday morning. Word from Mrs. Henry Davis in Arizona. has been sick since Oct. 3 - better, but can't be up all day. Son Robert's wife Doris, who is so crippled from arthritis, is in hospital having knees and leg op- erated on - in hopes will be able to walk - has been in a wheel chair several years. Word trom Mrs. Rex Rau of Farmer City, are leaving this week to visit son Jerry and wife in Miami, Fla. Mr. and Mrs. Al- vin Trowbridge of near Kenney will accompany them to Tampa to visit son Richard and family. Ch: ,sims Again! @ ++ For centuries people have cele- brated it --in various ways -- in varying solemnity. But really there is only one way to celebrate Christmas. The Son of God, who long ago laid His infant form into a manger, yearns to find an abid- ing dwelling place in human hearts. Where He accomplishes this, there is real Christmas, year- round Christmas. The holy season in which we live calls this to our attention. Unfortunately the clutter of Christmas trappings tends to distract our attention from Him and His holy desire. Stop in all this activity and ask yourself whether in all your preparation for the great festival you are making room for Him. He comes to bless you, to relieve you of the burden of sin, robe your Savior, to lift you above the com- monplace, to cheer you with the assured love of God, to set you on heavenly goal. @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ @ May your Christmas center in Christ, the only Re- _ deemer! Let us help you in our services where in hymns, prayers, and sermons He will be brought close to you and you to Him. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH @ scoln 1 Pulaski Ckmut Now Holland d ,V \\; 6REETIN6S At this joyous Christmas season.., we extend to everybody our heartfc[t wishes or a happy ho[iday, a prosperous New year. ILLINOIS