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The peace symbol was created in 1958 as a nuclear disarmament symbol by the Direct Action Committee, and was first shown that year at peace marches in England. The symbol is a composite of the semaphore signals N and D, representing nuclear disarmament. The shortest war on record was fought between Zanzibar and England in 1896. Zanzibar surrendered after 38 minutes. Return of Premium Life Insurance Pays you back for living INSURANCE Unlike regular life insurance policies, Return of Premium Life Insurance rewards you for keeping the policy by guaranteeing to return your total cumulative premiums paid at the end of a 20-year term, if your policy is still in force. It's life insurance that pays you back for livin 9. That's coverage that goes Beyondthe expected rM Contact your Pekin Insurance Agent today about a money-back guarantee on life insurance. Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, " 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 Have power when the power goes out with our Guardian Standby Generators When the power goes out.., and it will... You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators for automatic back-up power Fully Automatic 24/7 Protection Permanent Better Than Portables . ,.,";:; 4",,.i::;ii    ,::*:,yii, ..... ::; ........ ', ..........  i Dave Bassett- John Wyss 105 E. Jefferson St. - Mt. Pulaski lic. #058-12-1898 792-5593-1 Nit Pulaski Grade School Students of the Month 6th grade - Danielle Miller Daughter of Gregory and Carrie Miller of Chestnut. 7th grade - Devin Jones Son of John and Rhonda Jones of Chestnut. 8th grade - Whitney 3Vichois Daughter of Steve and Cindy Nichols of Elkhart. Nit Pulaski Women In Business Scholarship Applications Scholarship applications for the Mt. Pulaski Women in Business local scholarships are now available. Any stu- dent enrolled in an accredited college" or university for the 2011-2012 school year is eli- gible to apply. Applications can be obtained from the high school guidance counselor or from Patsy Gaflits, the Mt. Pulaski Women. in Business education chairman at 217/792-5816. Mt Pulaski Table Tennis Tournament Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Living Center (114 N. Lafayette) will open at 8 am. Check in for the tournament is at 8:45 am. Tournament starts at 9 am. Entry Deadline is Wednes- day, March 23. Entry fee is $15 per person. Entry limit is the first 45 paid entries. The Tournament is Singles round robin / Doubles round robin. Players need not be members of USATT nor have a rating. Ratings will be used for seeding purposes only, where applicable.. All USATT rules will be enforced. This is a three-person open- ing round robin to determine class in singles. Players wiU then compete in bigger round robins in Class A, Class B, or Class C. Matches are best 3-of-5 games to 11. Cash for 1st and 2nd in each event $225 total purse. Tournament Director may modify format based on entries. For information contact Ron McCarty (217) 791-3558. r00ALK 115Gov Oglesby st. Elkhart Daily Lunch Specials $620 ,,Am to l'00OPm Taco Tuesday $150 5:00o to 8:00o Wednesday Chicken Dinner $83 Thursday $1 0 Bucket of Beer o, Free Pool Friday Fish Fry $9 55 Topper Red Hatters: On the Go... Taking advantage of another sunny day, our group assembled at the Country Cafe in Latham for our Febru- ary 15 luncheon- meeting. If one has not dined at Bev's Country Cafe in Latham, you've certainly missed a wonderful and ample home- made meal. Her special even includes one of her fabulous desserts. Meat loaf with all the trimmings and a generous portion of Banana Split Dessert was the specialty of the day. Bev has a delightful and scrump- tious menu, very reasonably priced, each weekday. Her fantastic pies are out of this world. I glanced at her home- made lemon, with sky-high meringue, and fairly swooned at the thought of ordering it. Other items are likewise tasteful and generous in por- tion size. Her daughter, Sandy, did such an efficient and pleasant way of serving and chatting with the customers, the good old-fashioned friendliness and courtesy elated us all. She even took pictures of our group in our Red Hat gear. A short meeting followed: The March 15 luncheon will be held at the Raspberry Room in Elwin. Please call Patsy Garlits 792-5816 or Sandy Ohler 792-5986 to con- firm reservations for that date. They need a call by March 13. Call another member for a ride if you need one. We will carpooling from the American Legion parking lot and will leave no later than ll:30a for 12:3013 reserva- tions. Madonna and Phyllis, host- esses, provided small boxes of valentine chocolates for each member. Sandy Ohler handed out Valentine hearts with appropriate sentiments to each member in observance of the day. It was decided to donate a financial gift to the commit- tee to help with expenses to be incurred with the 175th celebration of Mt. Pulaski's origin this year. Come join us. We welcome new members and guests. Just call a member ahead of time if you wish to attend a lun- cheon meeting with us. It's a good time to relax, and enjoy good company. See you there. Submitted by Pat Straumann Don't squat with yer spurs on. COWBOY WISDOM 4 Mt. Pulaski Times March 5, 2011