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4 Country Decor, Antiques, Florals, Unique Handcrafted Treasures So Much More Spring Item Soon Tickets for Presidential Mmum Reception Salt Creek Attic 106 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski- Tues-Fri 10-4  Sat 9-1 792-5117 Storage Space A00ailable 500 S. Garden St. Mt. Pulaski Plumbing - Heating - Cooling Backhoe Service - Septic IL LIC 058-147596 [Construction & Remodeling % Kevin Hild (217) 671-0200 Handyman Services Kitchens & Bathrooms Drywall Siding & Windows Painting Hardwood Floors Decks Ceramic Tiles Small Additions Power Washing "Honey-Do" Lists And Much More... Mt. Pulaski Times Crusaders Mt Pulaski Zion Lutheran Crusaders 6 t grade placed 2 a in Trinity's tournament. Lukas Aylesworth led the way with a tournament total of 33 points. Mitchell Hagen- buch totaled 11. Austin Krueger provided 7 points. Zion defeated Pekin Good Shepherd and Spring- field Concordia. Crusader's lost in the Championship game to Peoria Christ. Place 2 " Front row L-R Dustin Murphy, Jacob Mileham, Bryson Beccue, Noah Funk, Sebastian Scassiferro, and Caleb Jackson. Back row L-R Coach Torry Lyons, Mitchell Hagenbuch, Joshua Jackson, Caleb Meador, Lukas Aylesworth, Austin Krueger, and Wyatt Morris. Birthday Ca'rls - Helen Hem-ichsmeyer and Helen's great-granddaughter Katie Stoll share the same birthday. Helen was 93 and Katie was 25 and they celebrated at the Home Town Buffet in Decatur Jan. 25. A grand time was had by all. Katie is in graduate school studying to become a veteri- narian. Interested in Part-time job? By Mike Lakin The Mt. Pulaski City Coun- ci[ will be discussing hiring someone to fill in part-time at the City Hall. The employee would answer the phone, commu- nicate with the public, and accept water and sewer pay- ments. The position will pay $10 per hour. The part-time employee would work at City Hall when Laura is absent. John Poffenbarger said the- position paid better than being on the City Council. Mayor Fuhrer commented that when he asked John about this, John said he wasn't inter- e sted. John replied, "I didn't know it paid so well." Mayor Fuhrer said he will try to find someone to flU the position. Small Engine Repairs Lawn Mowers-Weed Eaters-Snow Blowers & more General Auto Maintenance Oil Changes-Brake and Belt/Hose Replacement 5 quart 0il change $29.99 (make appt please) Hours: Mon. & Fri. 9am - 4pro Tues. & Thurs. 6pm - 9pro 523 S. Spring St.- Mt. Pulaski 217-414-2271 www.lvonsengineden.com / e-mail lyons.den20 yahoo,corn February 5, 2011 Zion Lutheran School 2 nd Quarter Honor Roll All As Eighth grade Elizabeth Allen, Samantha Morris, Hannah Riedle; Seventh grade Kurtis Hoock, Raelyn Lessen, Rachel Meador; Fifth grade Luis Felipe Buenrostro II, Julianne Funk, Ruth Lessen, keah Saulsberry, Sebastian Scas- siferro; Fourth grade Morgan May; Third grade Elaine Aylesworth, Emma Aylesworth, Claire Coogan, Olivia Cooper, Noah Funk, Amelia Kuhlman, Grace Lessen, Kaylee Wilham, Teagan Wyss High Honors Eighth grade Shelby Young Seventh grade Jessica Maxhei- mer, Caleb Przykopanski; Sixth grade Lukas Aylesworth, Caleb Meador; Third grade Bryson Beccue, Caleb Jackson, Chloe Przykopanski Honors Eighth grade Matthew Amidon, Brandon Hickey, Kelsey Wilham; Sixth grade Abigail Funk, Ashlyn Hickey, Joshua Jackson, Kourtney Wilham; Third grade - Dustin Murphy, Honorable Mention Seventh grade Caleb Fink, Aimee Howe, Mikayla Meyer; Sixth grade Mitchell Hagenbuch, Austin Krueger; Fourth grade Noah Riedle Third grade Victoria Schmidt, Elizabeth Tuttle Unembellished Truth By Mike Lakin This happened a few weeks ago, a most interesting series of unfortunate events. This... is... the unembellished truth... Our hapless resident was headed to Chicago for Bulls game. On his way to catch a train at Bloomington, he realized at Funk's Grove he'd forgotten his Bulls tickets. Back to Mt. Pulaski. With tickets in his pocket he headed back to Blooming- ton, only to find he missed his train. Deciding to eat lunch in Bloomington, he dined. He missed another train. With lunch completed, he caught the third train and was on his way. His grandson was to pick him up, but his grandson was stuck in the snow. So a taxi was hailed and off to the game. Our hapless resident was bemoaning the fact that he missed a quarter of the game and his seat was so high he could look down on flights of birds. After the game, it was off to the grandson's, but no taxis. A six-block walk to the "El" and alighting flom the "El" it was a six-block walk to the grandson's home. An over- night at the grandson's ended this excellent adventure.