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January 22, 2011 Dave Ramsey's "Financial Peace University" Mark Weber, Senior Minister of Mr. Pulaski's First Christian Church, announced the church will host Dave Ramsey's "Finan- cial Peace University", beginning Jan 31. Sessions are from 6:-8: p.m. in the church's Family Life Center. Dave Ramsey and his practical, whimsical style has swept across the nation. In a humorous manner, Dave offers help to people with their financial realities. Information is also included directing folks in using their finances the way God would have them do. After learning a few of his valuable informa- tional tips, attendees usually end up in much better shape financially than they ever thought possible. Besides that, they have a great time as they learn. Participants in the FPU program not only grasp the truth about finan- cial peace, but learn how to apply Dave's insights to daily living as well. If you are interested in this series of 13 video presenta- tions ending April 25, call the church office at 217/792- 5417, or visit the church web- site at www.mtpulaskicc.org. You'll gain valuable and timely information about successful financing for you and your family. Culligan Water Products Alex Deppe (LEFT) shooting a jumper for Toppers against Hartem. Robert Gasaway Photo The 'huddle' in football was formed due to a deaf football player who used sign language to communicate and his team didn't want the opposition to see the signals he used and in turn huddled around him. Mt. Pulaski Times The Mt. Pulaski Library basement was full of books removed from the library shelving. The books were temporarily stored in the basement - removed a stack at a time. Great cardio-work- out and no one had to go the gym for the exercise. Times Photo Topper Red Hatters: On The Go It was all about "hati- tudes" as our Red Hat group gathered at Buff's Tuesday night, January 11, for our first dinner meeting of the new year. Though it was a snowy, blustery evening, we enjoyed the warmth and friendliness of Buff's. Certainly, Buff's is well known in the area for great meals and great wait staff. Thanks to Ashley for taking care of us for the evening. Though quite btisy, she did an excellent job, always wearing a smile. Co-hostesses Pat Strau- mann and Kathy Voile had invited" Fancy Hats Galore" for a 35-minute program featuring their gorgeous hat concoctions skillfully made and lovingly discussed in their presentation. The owners, Carol Meyer and Marie Bond, cousins, design and sew these hats in their home workshops. They delivered an inter- esting story .on the history of hats. Hats of all shapes and sizes were modeled by Mikela Meyer, Carol's granddaughter, who was appropriately clad in formal attire to enhance the beauty of each hat demonstrated. Hattery was adorned in feathers, beads, silks, etc., in great variety. The ladies make customized hats for any occasion and strive patiently to please each person who orders from them. Covering years 1836 to present, there were cro- cheted caps, elegant hats of days past, including hats for horseback riding, sailing hats for trips on the water, bonnets, and others too numerous to mention. As Carol told me, "...and there's a lot more home just like 'em!" We were overwhelmed at the amount of time and effort that went into each beloved and reasonably priced creation. Since Mt. Pulaski will be celebrating its 175th year in 2011, this would be an ideal time to talk to them about a special hat you might have in mind to wear during the celebration of Mt. Pulaski's beginnings. And guess what? They had a gorgeous bright red hat in their collection! We had fun asking questions, and trying on hats during the dining period. If you have any questions you may call Carol at 792-3271 or Marie at 674-3367. Our next luncheon- meeting will be held at the Country Cafe in downtown Latham Tuesday, February 15, at noon. Please confirm your reservation by calling Phyllis Hawk, 792-5225,. or Madonna Boyle at 674- 3709 before February 13th. Guests are always welcome. See you then. Submitted by Pat Straumann 3 The Four Horsemen of the Fighting Idsh of Notre Dame played together for the last time in 1925, as the Irish downed Stanford in the Rose Bowl, 27-10. The Four Horsemen were Jim Crowley, Elmer Layden, Don Miller and Harry Stuhldreher. CONAWAY HANDYMAN SERVICE LLc Fully Insured >- Painting > Small. Repairs Other Handyman Jobs Larry L Conaway Jr [ 1217-737-4133 00llillL [ n 615 S Spring St - Mt Pulaski .  ] Private Home Care of Central Illinois Caregivers Needed CNAs / LPNs... we have local care giving positions Call Kathryn Hubbert 217-602-0144 or Cell 217-370-1482 We Provide Elderly Care ft. Physical Therapy Care Medication Management Diabetic Care Transportation Services 2 To 24-hour Care Home t Office Cleaning Contact Private Home Care 217-602-0144 or Cell 217-370-1482 better water, pure and simple.  Water Softeners Iron Filters Bottled Water Joel & Deanna Jacobs Eddie Combs a,, ,. c,icago st.-.inco,n 735.44501