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For Sale 2 large units oak Thomasville bookcases; 1 unit matching entertainment center, exc cond, reasonable, 792-5660. Wanted 1969 Mt. Pulaski High School Hilltop Yearbook. 792-5672. WILD HARE CAFE Tue-Sun llam to 2"30pm HORSEFEATHERS Antiques &amp; Gift Shop Tue-Sun 10am.to 3pm Elkhart 217/947 -2100 Wanted: 1993 Christmas on Vin- egar Hill Basket with metal plate on the side, (see,photo left) 792-5672. British scientists say they have cracked the virus code for the common cold. Average price of a house in Manhattan is $1.7 Million. CONAWAY HANDYMAN SERVICE u.c Fully Insured >- Painting Small Repairs Other Handyman Jobs Larry L Conaway Jr 217.737-4133 615 S Spring St - Mt Pulaski St. John's Lutheran Church ,,The Uttle Church That Could" 5:30PM 10AM 2015! A NEW V'EAR! A NEW YOU! ARE YOU READY TO HEAR BETTER? LE T US HELP YO U! ' " *   " i ' Wweless Hear,n9  Technology" .! 'OUU UPP ! N  .... .......  ....  a par of wretess hearing aids i CRISPAND CLEARI ELIMINATE BACKGROUND NOISB ADJUSTAUTOMATICALLYI FREE HEARING EVALUATION] FREE BATTERIES FOR AYEAR! THREE YEAR WARRANTY COVERAGEI RINGING IN YOUR EARS? WE CAN HELP YOUI Check out our website wvvw.hearingaidcenterlincoln.com HEAR.D00G ,,,, /"// t201 WOODLAWN ROAD :ii ............. J " .,= ................ ... LINCOLN,. IL 62656 %7 .......  TRADE IN  .................... '5 OLOAmSFOg "iii. FREE TRIAL PERIOD! ....... ADDITIONAL <[ ', mCOVNTS,' ....... .. CALLUS TODAY! ............ A  (217) 735 3573 s,7,oi/'" .... FRIENDLY SERVICE SINCE 1985! JOYCE DEARTH BC-HIS Wally's Retirement Party 6 E ..] t tO O I d JI The community is invited to honor WaUy Kautz's 18 years of service to the courthouse and his community. Hosted by the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse Foundation, the party is 2-4pm Wednesday March 11 at Calm Creek Car& Refreshments will be served. Mt. Pulaski Native Directing Play Delavan High School will be performing Once Upon a Mat- tress March 13 and 14 at 7pm in the Delavan High School gymnasium. Tickets can be pur- chased for $5 at the door. In this hilarious tweaking of the fairy tale, "The Princess and the Pea", Queen Aggravain has ruled that none may marry until her son, Prince Dauntless, mar- ries. However, she has managed to sabotage every princess that comes along. When Sir Harry and Lady Larken learn that they are going to be parents, Sir Harry goes off to the swamps and brings back Princess Winni- fred, who hopes to marry Prince Dauntless. The queen is horri- fied and immediately begins to scheme, but Winnifred, with some help from Sir Harry, the King, the Minstrel and the Jester, isn't going to be quite so easy to get rid of. Once Upon a Mattress is directed by Alison (Maske) Knapik. Other adult supervi- sors include David Knapik as the technical director, Diane Simmons as the accompanist, Taylor Henley as the vocal direc- tor, Trudy Schaffner as the cho- reographer, Jane Goeken as the costume mistress, and Bryan Diver as the lighting director. Before Friday night's perfor- mance on March 13, there will be a Fish Fry hosted by the Delavan Science Club in the Delavan cafeteria beginning at 5. The cost is $ 8. Any questions about the show can be directed to Alison Knapik at knapika@ delavanschools.com. Once Upon a Mattress is presented through special arrangement with R & H Theatricals: www. mh.com.