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11 Mount Pulaski High School  Senior-of-the-Month m 0 Blake Collier Blake is the son of Tonya Col- lier and Steve Collier of Mount Pulaski. He was selected for this honor based on the Criteria of scholarship, leadership, ser- vice, and character. Academically, Blake is one of the top students in the Class of 2015 at Mount Pulaski High School. Blake has been a member of the varsity bas- ketball and baseball team for 4 years, and has also been a member of the spirit squad for 4 years. For 3 years he has been on the WYSE team and a member of the National Honor Society. He played Golf for 2 years, and has been a member of the Spanish Club and Science Olympiad for 1 year. Blake would like to attend a four-year university, but is undecided on where. He would like to pursue a career in the medical field. Johnson's Food Center and Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy sponsor the Senior-of-the-Month pro- gram. Monthly award winners receive a $50 award paid to the college they plan to attend and compete for the Senior-of-the- Year honor in May. The difference between a "somebody" and a "nobody" lies mainly in one's opinion of themselves. CARVING By Larry Wilham... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. A report says that California's economy has passed A report says that McDonald's French fries have 19 ]orda.i3. = --LUCZa| Russia and Italy and is approaching that of Brazil. ingredients. ,J Named to Dean's List Jordan Luczaj of Mt. Pulaski  (Tk"aa' :,sa,., :0 has been named to the Dean's  -w . -- -- .A List for the fall 2014 semester at Marquette University in Mil- waukee, Wis. Jordan is pursuing R a Bachelor of Science in Busi- ness Economics. [EflDLY t-tOMH'O HIN6 Heating - Cooling  CE['frER FOR 27 YFaR$" Thank You From Backhoe Service Aurelia Stoll Septic Systems A sincere thank you to all who, in one way or another, helped me celebrate 100 years of God's blessings on my life! May He continually be with you with rich blessings. Pork Loin Dinner Tri-City FFA Alumni Asso- ciation will host a fundraiser dinner 5 - 7 pm Tuesday, February 3 in the Tri-City High School All Purpose Room, Buffalo, prior to the Tri-City vs. Mt. Pulaski high school boys basketball game. Proceeds from the dinner will support the Tri-City FFA Schol- arship Fund. Menu includes: Pork Loin Sandwich, Baked Potato, Green Beans, Dessert and Drink. Tickets are donation of $7.50. A children's meal will also be available for a donation of $3. Childs meal includes: Hot dog, green beans, drink and dessert. For advanced tickets contact Brian Moore at 364-4530. Car- ryouts will be available. 58.1 The Lord shall guide thee continually, and satisfy thy soul in drought. (Anonymous Contributor) IL LIC 058-147596 WILD HARE CAFE Tue-Sun 11 am to 2:30pm HORSEFEATHERS Antiques & Gift Shop Tue-Sun 10am to 3pm Elkhart 217/947-2100 FREE 2-year warranty FREE "Test Drives" for 30 days FREE lifetime servicing FREE screenings & consultations START HEARING WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN Don Dearth MISSING... CALL on Joyce Dearth STOP IN TODAY.