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l ] I] walked off with a 37-16 win over i| : Hew' Holland-Middletown, but the || NH-M heavyweights came back | | ::t take a close 29-23 verdict in ||  nightcap. The games were ll " at Middletown Monday [|i 'rdght, |i| Sowles ................................ 6 3 15i |l!iWahm .............................. i I . 3 {i{ vls,, ................................ o 1 1 I!l Oupton .............................. 3 o 6 |;!  .................................. 4 o 8 Ill .... Totals 16 5 37 |i| {IWlllMMlk:Mlotown Lights Fg Ft Tp [i| Osborne .............................. I 1 lelnhour .......................... 1 0 2 !ton .............................. 0 z 1 .......................... 2 1 5 ................................ 0 1 1 .............................. 1 0 2 ................................ 1 0 2 TotaLs 6 4 16 Heavies Fg Ft Tp .......................... I 0 3 .............................. 5 3 13 ......................... .2 3 7 ................................ 1 1 3 ................................. 2 0 4 Totals 11 7 29 Mt. Pulaski Heavies Fg Ft Tp .................. 3 0 6 Wilham ........................ I 1 3 ............................ 0 2 2 .............................. 1 0 2 .......................... 4 2 10 Totals 9 5 23 Defeat Luncoln Pulaski's grade school continued their Thumday night at when they defeated Lin- 39 to 25. The Heav- fare as well, losing a decision. Lights Fg Ft Tp .......................... 3 2 8 ............................ 0 3 3 ........ ......................... 2 3 7 ..... . ...................... 2 4 8 ................................. 0 3 3 ............................ 4 2 10 Totals 11 ..17 39 Jr. Hi Lights Ag Ft Tp ............................ 3 2 8 O U Allen .................................. 0 1 1 Totals 6 13 25 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski .... 8 10 7 14--39 Lincoln Jr. Hi 4 7 1 13----25' ML Pulaski Heavies Fg Ft Tp Dannenberger .................. 4 2 10 Kennedy ...................... :.....0 0 0 R. Wilham ....................... 0 1 1 Schmidt ........................... 2_0 0 0 Goodman .......................... 4 2 i0 Bowles ................................ 1 0 2 Totals 9 5 23 Lincoln Jr. Hi Heavies Fg Ft Tp Werth .................................. 3 1 7 Andrews ............................ 3 2 8 Juhl .................................... 3 0 6 Armbrust .......................... 0 5 5 White ................................ 6 1 13 Chandler .......................... 1 0 2 Hertzfeldt ......................... 2 0 4 Buse .................................... 2 0 4 Miller .................................. 0 0 0 Totals 20 9 49 Score by quarters: Mt. Pulaski 4 4 6 9---23 Lincoln II 16 12 10--49 Preliminary Game MePrthu, (56) Fg Ft Tp Crahill ................................ 6 1 13 Heiz .................................... 3 2 8 Funk .................................. 9 2 20, Renner ................................ 4 2101 Cargill ................................ 0 11 Ellegood ............................ I I 3 Rexroad ............................ 0 1 1 Totals 23 10 56 Momxt Pulaski (33) Fg Ft Tp Zimmermann .................. 2 1 5 Reeves ................................ 1 3 5 Van Hook .......................... 3 2 8 Lynch ................................ 0 1 1 Romer ................................ 0 O 0 Stewart ............................. .2 1 5 Rentmeister ...................... 0 0 0 Sutton ................................ 0 4 4 Schultz .............................. 2 1 5 Totals 10 13 33 Not a man on the crowded bus rose to give the lady a seat. One young fellow, however, was more thoughtful that the others. He tugged at her skirt and whisper- ed: "Be on your toes at Market Street, Lady, that's where I get off." Tues., Jan. 16---Lakeview, Here ; catur, ate lunch, then to his mo- Tues., Jan. 23---Elkhart, There ,"them - and was told she passed Tues., Jan. 30--St Teresa, Here away just before they came. Tues., Feb. 6---Feitshans, There i Thought funeral be Wednesday. Fri., Feb. 9---Mason City, There 'She would have been 92 in Fri., Feb. 16---Athens, Here t February. Leaves another son, Sat., Feb. 24---Lanphier, Here Cecil of Indiana. Tues., Feb. 27Farmer City, Here Fri., Mar. 2--Warrensburg, There Was good to see the sunshine ]Thumday. Beautiful moonlight at Warrens]burg Junior High School BASKETBALL SCHEDULE 1961-1962 Jan. 4  Maroa, Here Jan. 6.8-10-11--Light Wt. Tournament, Maroa Jrm. 15-- Forsyth, Here lcm. 18-- Lincoln Central, There Jan. 22 -- Blue Mound, Here J-27.29-31 - Feb. l -- Heavy Wt. Tournament, Mt. Zion Feb. 3- Cerro Gordo, Here Feb. 5-- Macon, There Feb. 8-- Clinton, There FRESHMAN } BASKETBALL SCHEDULE! 1961.1962 Thurs., Jan. 4---Mason City, There Mon., Jan. 8---Stephen-Decatur, Here Thurs., Jan. 18---Lincoln, Here Thurs., Jan. 25--Lakeview, Here Mon., Feb. 5---Atlanta, Here Mort., Feb. 12MacArthur, Here AUSTIN NEWS By Hattie Kerwood The Wilbur Rau's did not go to Arizona as had planned; sickness in family and weather prevented trip. The Arnold Galloway's of Tus- cola came Sunday evening for supper with his parents and to attend program at church and will visit her folks. A family dinner in the Linn Rau home Christmas Day - 24 present. The William White's of Decatur spent Christmas evening with her sister the Neil Goretzke's. Nancy and Bill have had chick- enpox. Quite a surprise greeted folks Sunday A.M. - new red carpet on aisles and front of church, to match carpet on pulpit. No one seemed to know who "Santa Claus" was. Invited To Attend N DEERE DAY Free Lunch at 11:30 Afternoon of Entertainment IMPLEMENT STAHL Mount Pulaski, m. night. Began to rah about 3 Fri- day P.M., turned to snow about 8, stuck on everything - winter wonderland Saturday A.M. No wind to blow it off. Was snow- ing some Saturday night and Sunday A.M. just a sprinkle - fog Sunday night froze on - another white A.M. Monday cold, not thawing much. Clear Monday A family dinner Sunday even- ing in the Win. Heft home, with 17 present. The Rev. Ruberg's drove to Galesburg and Osco, Monday A. M, to visit his and her parents couple dams. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Brown of PAdgefarm, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Heft on Christmas. Mrs. Brown remained for a visit Helen HeLserman of Lincoln, Mr. and Mm. Guy Hathorn of Latham, were dinner guests on Christmas of the George Heft's. Mr. and Mrs. Del Southern of Normal and Wesleyan, are home for the holiday vacation. Happy New Year to All' ! ( I I C [ e c S i t t Year Winter Needs: STOP FREEZING PIPES with ELECTRIC HEAT TAPES . 3-ft. to 30,tt. long ELECTRIC TAN]f IIE&TERS OIL & COAL TANK HEATERS FURNACE FILTERS-,-, 1" and 2" thick Keep Frost Off Windshields with "FROST-OFF" STOP WHEELS FROM SPINNIHG WITH SNOW IP Mt. Pulaski Farmers Grain & Elevator HA, RDWARE STORE South Washinggton Street MOUNT PULASKL ILL. ............. i 5 C d h E E h S S E C .% g, J, S . , ct th te I pt l D, p] hi n( fa Is ar e 5I ar w ! h c ti l it l pe th "Running my own home will be new to me, but one thing I know--mrtot every dollar we earn is 8oing into. a savings account. There's nothing quite like havi cash in the bank when you need it!" CHESTNUT, ILLINOIS