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Mount PuIasl I!1. THURSDAY,,DE(MBER  INI Let's Go + Bowlincj! CHURCH LEAGUE (Thun Dec 2D Stahl Implement 65 1 Barrick's Transfer 60 ] Dowing Insurance 59 i Bo-Jac Hybrids 38 Team series: Fire Dept., 2552. Team game: Mt. Pulaski Products Lutheran Christian #1 #1 Christian #I Lutheran #2 Workers Christian #2 Christian and series: St. 875 - 2567. ; ind. game: Chas. Wagner, eries: Merle Lucas, 546. SIRTSMAN LEAGUE (FrL. Dec. 22) Motor Service 72 Sundries 66 Farm Service 66 Hybrids 64 tOil Service 61 Grain Co. 60 Service 60 ,L Fork Grain Co. 52 Feeds 51 45 series: Dean's 2561. Dean's, 910. T. Gupton, 615. T. Havener, 226. LEAGUE (Frl, Dec. 22) W L National Bank 32 16 Construction 30 18 Shop 29 18 Insurance 28 20 Elevator 24 24 Lumber Co. 23 25 .-Bros. 21 26 Grain Co. 20 28 Auto 19 29 Trucking 13 35 886. Ind. series: Merle Lueas, 582. Ind. game: Merle Lucas, 238. TOPPERS LEAGUE (Tues., Dec. 26) W L 37 11 . I Tom',s Coffee Shop 95 28 19 [ Stoll s Coal & Gas Co. 78 25 23 I Letterle Painting 75 24 24 I Chestnut Fire Department 71 24 24 Al's Conoco 71 24 24 Zim s Super Market 24 25 B.F. Holmes 19 28 PAG Hybrids 65 18" 30 Times-News 60 17 31 Farmers Grain, Beason 54 i Team series: Tom's Coffee, 2440 Team game: Tom's Coffee, 872. Ind. series: Frank Thompson, 555 Ind. game: Bob Vieth, 197. Hi.toppers Drop Tourney Opener Mater Dei had ,four men in double figures as it stopped Mt. Pulaski's Hilltoppers, 81-39, in the first round of the Mater Dei Holi- day Tournament at Breeze. In other first round games, Warrensburg-Latham beat High- land St. Paul, 68-54, St. Peter and Paul of Waterloo, defeated Chi- cago Heights Marian, 70-67, and Decatur St. Teresa topped East Louis Assumption, 56-51. Mount Pulaski plays Assump- tion in a consolation-bracket game at 7 pqa. tonight. Warrens- burg-Latham plays SS. Peter and time score was 33-16. Mr. Zion (62) rg Ft Tp Sowa .................................. 4 3 11 Curry .................... : ............. 6 4 16 Benton ................................ 5 1 11 Grinstaff ............................ 8 2 18 Carter ................................. 1 2 4 Green ................................. 0 2 2 Totals 24 14 62 Mt. Pulaski (40) Fg Ft Tp Romer .............................. .2 1 5 McCormick ........................ 6 0 12 Wilham .............................. 1 1 3 Schmidt ............................ 3 3 9 Baldwin ............................ 0 2 2 Lanterman. ....................... 1 7 9 Totals 13 14 40 series: Eileen's, 2227. Efleen's, 782. CHURCHES CHRISTIAN CHURCH Paul P. Burdick, Minister 9:30 a3n. Bible School 10:35 axn. Morning Worship Sermon: ,God's Advice for 1962" 8:00 p.m. Evening Worship Sermon: "Stop! Look and Learn !" 9:00 p.m. Planned recreation. 10:30 p.m. Refreshments. 11:30 p.m. Watch Service Speaker: Mr. John Vtebb. Pronouncements: The congregations of the Cope- land,. Cornland, Lake Fork, and Elkhart Christian Churches, will join together for a New Year's Eve Service with the Mount Pul- aski Christian Church on Sunday night, Dec. 31. Mr. John Webb, minister of the Elkhart Christian Church will bring the devotional message at the Watch Service. Prayer meeting on Wednesday night at 7:30 p.m. The Ladies Aid will meet on Thursday, Jan. 4, 1962, in the i ctmrch basement at 2:00 p.m. FIRST METHODIST Jefferson and Vine Streets Clifford D. Smith, Minister Services for December 31, 1961: Sunday School at 9 a.m. Classes for all ages of children, youth, and adults. Worship Service at 10 a.m. Solo by a member of the Adult Choir. Sermon by the minister, "Seek- ing Truth." This is "Student Recognition Day". The church follows its youth as they go into prepara- tion for a life of service as it hopes and prays that its youth maintain their interest in the home church and the Christian ideals engendered there. The Esther Circle of the Wo- man's Society of Christian Service will meet at the parsonage at 2 p.m. Thursday, Dec. 28th. Bible Classes for all ages. 10 a.m. Worship Services. Luke 2, 29. '"the Precious Afterglow of Christmas." 7 pm. Communion Service. 1 Sam. 7, 12, "The Lord Hath Helped Us Hitherto." Mort., New Year's Day, 9:00 a.m. Luke 24, 29, "Abide With Us." St. THOMAS AQUINAS Rev. Edward M. Krewer, Pastor Mass on Sunday, Dec. 31, will be offered at 10 a.m. COPELAND CHRISTIAN CHURCH 9:30 a.m.=--Bible School 10:30 a.m.---Church Services 7:15 p.m.--Christian Endeavor 8:00 p.m.---Church Services LATHAM BAPTIST CHURCH Lathum, Illinois Louis E. Kra Pastor 9:30 azn. Bible School 10:30 a.m. Worship Service 7:30 p.m. Evening Worship THE METHODIST CHURCH Chestnut Illtuo St. JOHN'S LUTHERAN Rev. Roy W. Trueblood, Pastor Ray O. Zumstein, Pastor 9:00 a.m. Sunday School Sunday School .................. 9.30 a.m. ] 10:00 a.m. Morning Worship Set- Worship Service ................ 10:30 a.m. I vice. The Senior Choir will shag, "In I ZION Lrrr- ...... David's Town," Moore 1 -,=.:.-..r+ nu " " (,nesmut) The pastor's sermon will be: Church of the L .......... "N  I,nrr A !  l" [ " Utiltran ,our .... ,_ ,..6ff..+:,ae: .... I Rev. D. E. Kirchner, Ph. PY6-5911 in New Year's Ev o o.  .u a.HL unaay 2DO01 arlcl ........ v ..... Bible Classes A Cordial Invitation .To All! ZION LUTHERAN Church of the Lutheran Hour Rev. Martin Rothe Ph. 792-5965 Sat., 1-5 p.m., 7-9 p.m. Commun- ion announcements. Sun., 9 a.m. Sunday School and 10:30 a.m. Worship Service LATHAM METHODIST CHURCH Paul Du Bois, Pastor Mrs. Ed Culp, S.S. SupL Worship Service 9:30 azm Sunday School 10:30 axn. Youth Fellowship 7:30 pJa'i. .Harry Manes, 224 R. Tabacchi, 567. ',, (Wed., Dec. 27) , Bowl Soft Water Standard Paul at' 1:15, St. Paul plays Mar- ian at 3 and St. Teresa plays Mater Dei at 8:30. Keith Wilham was high for the Mt. Pulaski squad with 9 points while Dewey Kalmer scored 16 for the winners. Mater Dei (81) Fg Ft Tp i Lager .................................. 4 0 8 Kalmer .............................. 6 4 16 Schrage .............................. 2 3 7 Seiffert .............................. 5 3 13 Tmme ........................ 4 4 12 Toonnies ............................ 5 10 Jean Haynes, 557. 0 Jean Haynes, 221. Kles'mnn ............................ 1 3 __ Blu'stein ........................ 1 0 i Wolf'b'ger .......................... 2 2 6  llILLTOP LEAGUE { Tranie ................................ 1 0 2 [ Lint Week Highs t Stahl Furniture, 915. i Totals 31 19 81 series: Farmers, Frain, 2604 i Mt. Pulmfl (39) Fg Ft TIp Romer ............................... .2 1 5 I McCormick ........................ 3 2 8 I Drake .................................. 2 1 5 -," Wilham ............................. .2 5 9 Schmidt ............................. .2 0 4 Lanterman ............ : ...... ...._1 0 2 Zimmermann ................. -2 0 4 Reeves ................................ 0 2 2 71 70 63 62 62 CO, Service Grain BMA, 949. Stahl Furniture 2679 e: C. Robb, 245. R. Howe, 599. 59 Totals 14 11 39 54 Mater De 20 19 18 24---81 43 Mt. Pulaski 7 9 10 13---39 40 Lose to MacAnhur It wasn't the Hilltoppers' night at MacArthur, Saturday, When the Generals gave them a lopsided :drubb|ng, 65-36, in th@ main 'event after trouncing the fresh- 222 men-sophs 56-33. 4 MocAhur (6S) Yg Ft TIP " j Madaus .......................... ::..3 1 7 L i Tennant ......................... ,.1 0 2 17 Dahner .............................. 5 3 13 20 ! Phillips .................. + ......... 8 1 17 21 I Fisher ................................ 1 0 2 ^1 Trent .................................. 3 0 6 5e 25 Cargill ................................ 2 2 6 Gr;kY "::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::::3 o+ 0 6 0 2 29 Wimmer ........................... 1 0 2 29 Campbell .......................... 1 0 2 38 Totals 29 7 65 Mr. Pulaski (36) Fg Ft Tp Schmidt .... : ...................... .3 0 6 Wilham .............................. 1 0 2 McCormick ........................ 3 2 8 Romer ............................. ...4 2 10 Drake ................................. ,2 2 6 Lanterman ....................... .2 0 4 Reeves ................................ 0 0 0 Baldwin ............................ 0 0 0 Totals 15 6 36 MacArthur 19 9 15 Mount Pulaski 6 6 12 12,---36 LEAGUE Week Highs Mary Aylesworth, series: Mary Aylesworth, (Wed.  2) w i eR Koehler 34 i''- :e]ace 31  Department 30  insuraee 30 i Coal & Gas 26 ,' it mdard 24 m & Paolone 23 & Hild 22 22 Hardware 13 "Haskell, 195 . Dickerson, 460. Koehler's, 2072. Fire Dept., 751. MEN'S LEAGUE '(Mo, De= 25) Elevator 86 Grocery 85 'Fork Grain Co. 71 ent #2 67 Products 67 Construction Co. 66 HUMOR is a great country, where can be ident - ex- Lose to MI. Zion Mt. Zion gave the Hilltoppers a rough evening Tuesday when they swamped them on the local court, 62-40, with a commanding lead built:up in the first period of play, leading 21to .7. Half- THE LIGHTS SAY "GO, AMERICAI" Lay miles of new highuxtys! Consm,a new homes by the millionsl Establish new i.dustr that cra new jobs! Build new schools and research cen- ters.., more strength ]or the nation inryyerovome! The takes will be there. power it Electric power from this and Amer- ica's other investor-owned electric companies. These companies--over 300 of them--are planning to double their supply of electricity in the next ten years. It's a fi/ty billion dollar proam, by far the greatest power expansion in world history. Proof again that Amer- ica's investor-owned electric light and power companies can and will help keep America Powerful.