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4 Mt. Pulaski Times Plumbing - Heating - Cooling Backhoe Service - Septic Systems L LIC 058-147596 lnma Bttilding& Remodeling ver ears xpenence General Contracting ee - llome Tewnaimmltment Licensed - Fully Insured - Bonded Lois Celebrated 90 th Birthday Lois Garton Schmidt of Mt. Pulaski celebrated her 90  birthday Feb. 15 with a family dinner at the home of Keith & Joanne Schmidt. Lois married Julian Schmidt on May 2, 1943 at the Meth- odist Church in Lincoln. At that time, Julian was a navy pilot and they lived in Florida. Lois is the mother of three sons - Gene (Pat) Schmidt of Mt. Pulaski; Gary (Kathy) Schmidt of Hackack, New Jersey; Keith (Joanne) Schmidt of Lincoln; and Nancy Ann, deceased infant daughter. There are eight grandchildren, two step-grandchildren, Ray lnman 454 3090 000000.sixteen great-grandchildren, and five step-great-grandchil- -- Lois was a former schoolteacher having taught at Popcorn School, Lake Fork Grade School, and Third Grade at Mt. License tit 104 - 008527 Pulaski Grade School. The Center for Medicare & Medicaid Services has developed a 5-star rating system to assist the public in comdng nursing home services & options: FIVE-STARQUALITY RATING. UVING CENTER vonderlieth Living Center is proud to announce that we are among THE TOP IOX OF NURSING HOMES IN THE UNITED STATES who have earned the highest rating in the nursing home industry. (217) 792-3218 VonderliethLivingCenter.com 112o N. Topper Drive, Mt. Pulaski Seminar at MPCC Family Life Center The community is invited to attend a seminar given by Master Sergeant, Brian Wilham of the Illinois.State Police on the topic of. Protecting Yourself from Con Games and Financial Exploitation , Mar- ch 3 - 1 to 3 p.m. at the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center. This seminar is free and open to the public Some of the topics add- ressed are as follows: basic rules to avoid scares and frauds, common schemes used, suggested responses, indicators of financial exploitation, identity and medical identity theft. Fox further informa- tion please contact the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church office at 792-5417. February 19, 2011 ,IrSJUSTME By Mike Lakin Harry E. Hild, who just .passed away, was quite a gardener - both indoors and outdoors. Among his indoor plants were well-nursed poinsettias. After Christmas this past year, Phil Bertoni stopped in at Vonderlieth and gave Harry a poinsettia plant that had been part of the altar Christmas decoration at St. Thomas. Phil clearly instructed Harry on how to care for the plant - includ- ing keeping it watered. On a later visit, Harry cornered Phil about the poinsettia. Seems Phil never realized the poinsettia he'd given Harry was artificial. Well, out" first big snow of 2011 gave us an official 9-inches on the ground. Course there were drifts, that measured well over that 9- inches. But the power stayed on, kids got a couple days off school, and things were pretty much back to normal by Thursday (Feb. 3) after- noon. Always expecting the worse, I wrapped up the Feb. 5 paper and had it to the printer Feb. 1 so I wouldn't have to worry about a power outage. Like I said, the power outage never hap- pened. Thumbs up, and a tip of the hat, to Ameren. Undetstanfl that they had to force the groundhog out- side for Groundhog Day Feb. 2. He didn't see his shadow so - theoretically - Spring's just around the comer. December 2011 marks the bicentennial of the New Madrid earthquakes of 1811-12. These quakes were the biggest earthquakes known to have occurred in the central U.S. 7 a.m. CST Feb. 10, 2011, it was colder in northeastern Oklahoma than at the South Pole. In Barflesville, Okla., an actual temperature of 28 below zero was recorded. The temperature at the South Pole was 23 below zero at 7 a.m. CST Feb. 10. Commmlity prices have gone through the roof and those prices could be coming to a store shelf near you. An investment columnist wrote recently that cotton has gone up 90e. That means your underwear outperformed the Dow Jones, which was up only 11% in 2010.