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New at Wild Hare Caf6 Wild Hare Caf6 at Horse- feathers in Elkhart has extended its hours. Andrea Niehaus has wanted to open in the evening for some time. Wild Hare Caf6 is taking the plunge and is now open Saturday nights from 5 to 9pm. Andrea says they are keeping it simple with a choice of three main dishes, as well as soup and chili.., desserts and coffee. Patrons can bring their own wine. Reservations taken and credit cards accepted. Oasis extends services to Mr. Pulaski The Oasis Senior Center of 217-732-6132 to schedule Logan County is extending ser- vices to the people of Mt. Pulaski and the nearby areas beginning February of 2010. The Oasis will sponsor trained volunteers at Vonderlieth Living Center to assist senior citizens in two areas. Oasis is providing tax filing services for the elderly. Tax services are available the fourth Tuesday of Febru- ary and March. Contact the Oasis at 204 N. Vine 604 N. Vine For a private showing, call... ] poris & Associates 1411 N. Kickapoo - Lincoln 737-7197 ()dd Fellow Heritage vartments Affordable housing for qualified people Buffalo Williamsville - Illiopolis For information call: 217-364-4828 or 217-341-6453 1 ? an appointment. The Oasis will also provide volunteers to assist elderly res- idents of the Mt. Pulaski area in applying for Illinois Cares Rx, a program for lower income levels. A volunteer is available the fourth Thursday of every month beginning in February, 2010 at Vonderlieth Living Center. Call the Oasis (732-6132) to arrange a time. Dragonfly Art Studio Classes Children's class scheduled on Jan. 21 from 4-6. Jan.27 Adults class 10-2-Still life with wine bottle and fruit. Feb.9-Adults class Water- color portrait of cardinals Dragonfly Art Studio is at Horsefeathers, Elkhart. AA Meetings AA meetings are Thursday evenings, 6 to 7:30Pm in the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center on Lafayette. Logan County Genealogical and Historical Society January Meeting What: Program by Tim McCormick "" Lincoln Histori- cal Architecture" When: January 18 at 6:30Pm. Where: 114 North Chicago St.. Lincoln. Welcome: Members & Public Soup & Chili Supper The Mt. Pulaski First United Methodist Church will host a Soup & Chili Supper- by Dona- tion- Saturday, January 23 from 4 to 7Pro. Menu - Beef: Vegetable Soup & Chili, Grilled Cheese and Hot Dogs, Drinks, and Des- serts. Carryouts available. Proceeds will benefit the Youth Group and Church Camp Fund. Planning Underway The 37 th Lake Fork Commu- nity Center Auction is Saturday, March 27 th. The second planning meet- ing is Friday, February 5 at 7Pro in the Community Center. Thinking About Bu ring A Farm? John Hartman Finance It With Farm Credit Services Low rates. Low payments. Wide menu of rate products to fit your situation - including long-term, fixed rates to reduce risk & give peace of mind. Payment schedules to fit your cash flow. We have other loan features that can benefit you - many that other lenders don't offer. Our purpose - help customers make money & reduce risk. "Serving, Farmers & Land Owners in Logan & Menard Counties." Local farmer commented that this was quite a year. He put his crop in, in the mud and took the crop out of the mud. Other than that, a good crop. Along 121, there was a stand of corn after New Year's Day. The day of the predicted 4 - 6 inch snow, the City of Mt. Pulaski was clearing snow off the square to lessen the expected load that was warned to greet the city that night. The weather forecast, unfortu- nately, was correct. Postmaster Brenda Bacon received the comment about the approaching snow with the reply, "Up to six inches? Every- body who comes in, ups the prediction." Brenda added, "I think I'll just stick a sign on the counter that says 'I don't want to hear about the snow'". Gerald Milner, retired long haul trucker, explained 'lake effect snow' He said it is a dif- ferent type of snow. It comes down so heavy that it 'whites out' everything. You can't see in front of you and you can't see the edge of the road. Glen added that Snow Shoe, Penn- sylvania has the right name. When snow comes down in the Snow Shoe area, it really comes down. It was a below zero morning and the only other person walk- ing the square at that point in time was Sonny Aylesworth. It was a brief greeting and talk as we continued our respec- tive treks. Looks like Bob Metz's dog was right about it being a cold winter. Dang. Bob's buddy had grown a noticeably thick coat of fur this fall. Is the year two thousand ten or is it twenty-ten? Wanda Dumire voted for two thousand ten. When asked, Wanda said she'd not given it any thought, but twenty-ten sounded old- fashioned. Cindy Babbs dropped a line with her subscription payment. Cindy wrote "I haven't lived in Mt. Pulaski for over 30-years, but continue to renew my Mt. Pulaski Times subscription because I enjoy reading the paper from the front page to the last page. Keep on print- ing the Times." Many, many years ago, a friend commented that I (your editor) seemed to have way too much fun pub- lishing the paper.., and that just wasn't right. But I'm still having fun and still publish- ing. Local homeowner discovered what was used for insulation a century ago. While remodeling a room. he was taking down the ceiling when a lot of sand came down. He said it was like rain. He will now. cautiously, take the walls down to the studs. Times Subscriptions $30 for 2010 (until 12-31-10) First Class The subscription for the Mt. Pulaski Times mailed First Class (In Envelope) $42 (through 12-31-2010) CLASSIFIEDS FOR SALE 5000 Watt Coleman Generator, used 75-hours, 796-3544 Power lift chair - brown - VG-Cond. $450 792-3902 2008 Stealth 150 Touring Motorcycle/ Scooter, 166 miles, Street Legal, $1,500, 652-2483 i FULL size Mattress set, BRAND new, still in plastic with war- ranty, Sell for $120 ALL NEW Queen pillow top mattress set. $170 new in plastic Brand New KING size pillow top mattress set, new in plastic with warranty. 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Local resident who is gone for the winter, has 13-size (24-pack) batteries to give to anyone who can use them. They were bought and opened by mistake so cannot return them. If you can use them, stop at the Mt Pulaski Times office and pick them up. Another service of the Mt. Pulaski Times. FOR RENT 2br upstairs Apt. on the square, stove & refrig, util, security dep, $250/ too. 737-2761 Outdoor RV parking, in Mt Pulaski. $10 Mt. Pulaski - 2Bdrm apt, sec. Dep., refer- ences, lease requ., 737-0347 or 792-5313 Elkhart - t-bdrm upstairs apart., $350 Deposit required, 947-2973 WANTED WANTED- electric typewriter with correct- ing tape.792-3987 " SERVICES CLOCK REPAIR/SERVICE All brands-grandfathers, wall, mantle, cuckoos anniversary 30 years experience - reasonable rates - will pick up - 217-899-1305, Romer's Clock Shop, Springfield Buying junk cars and trucks, FREE pick up, 217-415-0438 Cleaning, hauling, small home repair, and snow removal, 792-5564, 838-1218, or 671-4623 Daycare - Mon-Friday 6 to 6. Certified in c.p.r, and references, Melissa Hayes, .17-671-6353 LOST Lost a Diamond ring, If you found it, owner will identify, Call Mt Pulaski Times 792-5557 for contact phone number JIt. Dutaski Tims USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times- ssues) per year by Michael Lakin. 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. 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