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Keys Found A set of keys was found on Jef- ferson St. by the Grade school on Thursday (3.11.10) evening. Can be claimed at City Hall. Lake Fork Auction The 37  Lake Fork Commu- nity Center Auction is Saturday, There is something quite nice about an ordinary day. A normal day that moves along without any major problems or stress, (and that includes the weather). A day in which, necessary tasks are accom- Jus' Thinkin' 16 the good thing it is? There is always something in our world to cause us to fill stressed or ill at ease, and that is what seems to get the biggest share of our attention. Let,s give as much, or more, attention to CHURCH] My name is Pooches. I am 2 March 27% All Auction Merchan- plished. A day where the good days, or the disc Must Be Booked In By 7:30 one finds satisfaction and good parts of our days. Relish Am Sat. March 27. enjoyment in the work of the them, let them give us the F day. One where home, family, energy and optimism to move Sandwiches for work, and any extra activities through the more trying parts. - move along smoothly. . Good days, good parts of days Scholarships we do have these days. are a gift. Let them feed t The Pork Chop Sandwich Sale Sometimes they seem all too your soul, your inner self, _. "]'he Little Church That Could" 5:30PM Saturday Services lOAM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 years old. I love to sit on your lap, I will talk to you when you are feeling down, I would love to find my forever home and to meet you if you are looking for that special friend. Please call. I have been spayed, up to date on my shots, and micro- chipped. The Humane Society of Logan County 737-4042. will be Saturday, April 24 from llAm-lPm at Johnson's Food Center. Sponsored by the Mt. Pulaski Women in Business, proceeds will be for Scholarships for Mt. Pulaski Students. Marble Show in Decatur The Pride of the Prairie Spring Marble Show and Trad- ing will be April 1,2 & 3 at the Country Inn and Suites, 5150 Hickory Point Frontage Road, Decatur. Doors open Sat- urday at 9.Several collectors will have their prized marbles on display, and be competing to win the award for the Small- est PeeWee Handmade Marble. Families and youth groups are encouraged to attend and learn more about this rarely manu- factured toy. Fun and surprises are likely to occur at this free- to-the-pub lic event. join family 're invited to a Communi00 Open H OUse and Retirement Pa00! Wednesday, March 31,2010 After nearly 25 years of service in the ML Pulaski Community, Sharon has:decided to retire. Stop by and wish her well from 9:00am - 3:30pm.. Cake, punch and coffeeavaUable: Then Now rare. The question can be, and give you a lift. Today, do we recognize them when tomorrow, just might be one we have them? Do we enjoy of those wonderful, ordinary them? Do we breathe deep days. I am thinkin, it could be. and relax and see it for M. Tait PoliceReport By Mike Lakin Officer Kyle Veech stopped the motorist for driving suspended. The motorist produced a driver's license, but no insurance card. When told of the reason for the stop, the motorist was unable to recall being suspended. Arrested, he was taken to the County jail. While in jail, perhaps his recollection was enhanced. Someone has issues and is handling it very poorly. Chief Lynn Freer responded to a domestic disturbance call. Observing a large pile of clothes and personal belongings on the ground outside of the Mt. Pulaski residence it was obvious something was awry. The male in the relationship had been upset since his then - but not now - significant other had filed her income tax return without his knowledge. To top it off, she had taken the last $20 out of the bank account - thus totally depleting the family fortune. With this reversal of fortune the relationship col- lapse into a dispute. To prove his alpha status, he shoved her and threw her belong- ings out the door. Thus setting in motion the fateful sequence of events that resulted in the male's arrest and being housed for a time in the county jail. Chief Lynn Freer took a report of a fender bender. Unit 1 backed out of a driveway. Unit 2's forward motion ended when struck by Unitl. No injuries. Opportunistic low-lifers were in town offering to clean carpets for free. Once in a residence they used the resident's vacuum to do the cleaning and then charged for it. They made several stops in one area of town. One of them even used his real name. Offi- cer Jason Kuhlman checked the state computer, came up with a photo and confirmed one member of the "carpet gang". The matter is an ongoing investigation. Happy 95 th Birthday ! N.A MOM (FLORENCE) April 4, 2010 The Stoll Clan Open House Sunday April 11 - 2Pro - 4Pro Zion Lutheran Church Basement No Gifts Please