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Plumbing- Heating. Cooling Backhoe Service- Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 Salt Creek Attic 106 S. = lm Washington Mr. Pulaski Tues-Fri 10-4 Sat 9-1  798 suT Country Decor, Antiques, Florals, Unique Handcrafted Treasures00 So Much More In lem0ry-- Fr0ehlich Tammy Renee Harris - Singer, Record- ing Artist, and Speaker will perform in Concert at the Mr. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center 7 pm Thurs- day, February 16. Doors open at 6 pm with Dessert Buffet. No Admission Charge. Love Offering will be taken. For Information Contact: Teresa 217-792-541-7 or 217-791-7095. Did You Know - A 90-year-old couple in South Carolina got married after being friends for 40 years. The IRS has extended the tax deadline this year to April 17. Legion Prayer Breakfast Veterans and a guest are cordially invited to a "Prayer Breakfast" to honor all veterans. The breakfast is 9 am Sumlay, February 18 at Ryman-Fuiten Post 447, Mt. Pulaski American Legion. A guest speaker will give informa- tion on the Honor Flight Program. RSVP by Sunday February 5 to Phyllis Meister 792-5151 " or Phyllis Beccue 792-5698 / .[ lorence's Go Anywhere With A Good Book Adult Winter Reading Program Looking for something to do during the cold winter season? Start off the New Year by joining our "Go Anywhere With A Good Book" reading club. Complete six of the eleven categories listed in the reading log to be eligible for the grand prize drawing. Categories include fiction, a children's classic, a mystery, some- thing fun!, etc. Registration begins February 1. Reading logs must be completed and turned into the library by March 16. Grand prize drawing will be March 21. "Fun Time" We go to Linda's and Joe's m Springfield on Christmas Day for dinner. So there isn't so much confusion on Christmas Day, we opened the gifts during the day on Christ- mas Eve. Part of our gift exchange was a little dif- ferent this year. Instead of me assigning the various stocking gifts to different individuals, the gifts were wrapped and were chosen Gr at random by everyone. ner These stocking gifts had been purchased over a period of time the last few years so there were a few surprises. Some of the gifts were not your ordinary stocking gifts so there was a lot of hollering and laughter. This type of exchange may be a one of a kind event for our family. On the Lighter Side- Arthur and Mabel once attended a wedding reception that took place on the same day as the 7th game of the World Series. Many of the guests, including Arthur, kept making short visits to an adjoining room to listen to the game on the radio. Mabel, who was 8 1/2 months pregnant, asked Arthur he would come and spend a little more time with her. "But," he said, "it's the bottom of the eighth and there are two outs." "What about me?" she moaned, "It's the bottom of the ninth and no one is out." He stayed. Food for Thought- Isaiah 9:6 For to us a child is born, to us a son is given; and the government shall be upon his shoulder, and his name shall be called Wonderful Counselor, Mighty God, Everlasting Father and Prince of Peace. Mrs. Marjorie Eileen FroehUch, age 90 of Franklin, TN passed away December 30, 2011. Preceded in death by husband, Van Froehlich. Formerly of Mt. Pulaski. Active member of the United Methodist Church in Mt. Pulaski. ess Cupcakes. (Rachel) Schlitt, & Krey Involved throughout the Survived by son, Phil- Schlitt; six great grand- community, lip (Francis) Froehlich of children. At 17 years old, Las Vegas, NV; daughter, Services were Mon. chosen as the 1939 Dorla (John)Schlitt of Jan. 9 at Steenbergen New York World's Fair Franklin, TN; grand- Chapel. Wheat Heart Queen for children, Marie, Mary, Memorials: Mt. Pulaski Continental Baking Co. & Phillip Froehlich, Karl Methodist Church or His- of America producers of (Dan) Needham, John torical Society. Wonder Bread and Host- Kyle Schlitt, Kristopher Marilyn Eileen (Erlenbush) Stiles, 86, of Decatur passed away Monday, January 2, 2012 in Decatur Memorial Hospital. Her parents, husband, one brother Dean Erlen- bush, and two grand- children preceded her in death. Marilyn was born on May 22, 1925 in Mt. Pulaski, the daughter of Jacob and Anna M. (Gulso) Erlenbush. She married Sylvan Sylves- ter Stiles on December 4, 1949 in Lincoln. He preceded her in death on August 23, 1987. She was a homemaker, baby sitter, and "Grand- mother" to many. She attended First Church of the Nazarene. Joys of her life were walking, bingo, church, and sit- ring on the porch enjoy- Mt. Pulaski Times ing visits with family and erts of Decatur; Amanda friends. (Aaron) Wilderman of She is survived by Pierceton, IN; Matthew her daughters, Brenda (Amanda) Paddock of (Bill) Whitten of Shreve- Fairbanks, AK; Brian port, LA; Linda Lue (Lindsey) Paddock of (Paul) Sfiles-Caldwell Charleston, SC, and 14 of Decatur; Rhonda L. great-grandchildren. Goodbred of Decatur; Services were Friday, Beverly (Jeff) Paddock January 6 in Moran & of Sierra Vista, AZ; Goebel Funeral Home. grandchildren, Jeremy Burial was in Graceland (Angie) Whitten from Cemetery and concluded Louisville, KY; Ranee with the "Flight Home" (Kevin) Hale of Deca- ceremony. tur; Nicole (John) Clark Memorials: First Church of Shreveport, LA; of the Nazarene Church or Michelle (Chris) McRob- family. Thursday - January 19, 2012