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Mt. Pulaski Jaycee's Easter Egg Hunt is Saturday April 7 (the Sat- urday before Easter) at 10 am. Rain date will be the following Saturday, April 14 at 10 am. Bounce Into Spring Local resident has a 15 ft. tram- poline for sale. Call - 299-7316. Did You Know - There has been a dramatic increase in people stealing Tide detergent. The Hearing Aid No Feedback Crisp and Clear / Are you not understanding words like you should? We can help Try them today HEAR BETTER & _ C LEARER TODAY! Try These New Open Fit Products! Amazing Clarity! Ready to Wear Today! Come In See for Yourself! 30 Days Free Trial Period/Money Back Guarantee/ Less Noticeable - Small But P~wefful Call Today! (217) 735-3573 The Hearing Aid Center 1201 Woodlawn Rd Lincoln Hours Monday - Friday 9 am to 3 pm 27 Years Experience! ]orence's orner "2012" Election Year - 2012. Politicians in newspaper ads, on yard signs, on TV, on telephone messages, in the mail, in parades, with money raisers, in debates and any where else they can be noticed. They have just started. I'm already fed up and I srll don't know how to vote. On the Lighter Side ' Our church women's group was having a craft and bake auction, so the night before I quickly mixed up a cake to take to it. Since the cake fell So badly, I knew I'd have to make something different the next morning. To ease the tension, my teenager said, "I don't know, but isn't church the place where a fallen cake should go?" Food for Thought- Psalm 89:11 The heavens are yours, and your also the earth, You found the world and all that is in it. Amendments By Mike Lakin Approved An AT&T Mobile Hotspot ~,ecame more mobile than expected. It disappeared The School from a local residence. Chief Lynn Freer Board approved took the report. Health Life Victims outnumber the sole suspect Safety amend- in a Theft over $500 report being ments to begin investigated by Chief Freer. Mt. Pulaski A kicked in door brought Officer Will Grade School Gilmer to the very door. The resident said boiler replace- he thought his sister had done the deed. ment project and A video security camera recorded cleady Mr. Pulaski High the sister's kicking of the door. An arrest School gym followed and the sister was taken to the b!eacher replace- county jail. ment project. It seems r e M. Tait's frequently comes across informa- tion that is dealing with managing risk. This comes in many forms and we may not even be aware that is Jus' Thinkin' essentially what is being discussed. My guess is that we would all like to keep our risk level low. That seems reasonable. Is there a point however, where it crosses from risk management to risk elimination? Is it possible the risk level in our lives has gone up, or that the stakes are higher? Is the risk higher because we have more to lose? It seems, at times, that in'our efforts to manage risk, the message is sent, that we are not capable of, or do not have, the ability to handle adverse events. While we do not usually welcome unpleasant circum- stances and do not want to dwell in them, they can be the times when we grow, develop, and mature. We can learn and gain in facing challenges. Whether positive or negative, success or failure, we can choose to grow. Risk is a part of being alive. How we view it and deal with it is a choice. Do we want someone tell- ing us we are not capable, that we are too weak, or would we prefer to move ahead, wisely, and see what we can accomplish? That is a question for each individual to consider and deride after doin" some thinkin'... , ca Ow d& cemetery. ~ Memorials be assured you will receive at fair prices. a good turn around counts!" Eleanor A. Lanterman March 12, 2012 Eleanor A. Lanterman, 84, of Elkhart, passed away at 9:50 p.m. Monday, March 12, 2012 at Memo- ri~tl Medical Center, Springfield; A Mass of Christian Burial for Mrs. Lanterman was held Friday, March 16 at St. Patrick's Catholic Church, "Elkhart. Rev. Glenn Fon- tana officiated. Cremation rites were accorded and burial will be in Elkhart Cemetery at a later date. Her husband, Howard, and one son, Richard Leslie Lanterman, pre- ceded Mrs. Lanterman in death. Eleanor is survived by her chil- dren - Michael Scott Lanterman of Springfield and Kristin McCray of Henderson, Nev.; grandson - Jason McCray; great-grandsons -Jarrett McCray and Jason Andrew McCray; sisters - Mary Katherine Moats of Caseyville and Karen Marie (Rich- ard) Gleason of Elkhart. Eleanor Ann Svenson was born in Lincoln, on March 29, 1927, the daughter of Hugo Leslie and Ellen Agnes Malerich Svenson. She mar- ried Howard Lanterman on February 15, 1947. He preceded her in death. Eleanor held the distinction of. serving as the first female mayor of Elkhart and served in that capacity for two terms. She retired from the Logan County ASCS office after 30 years of employment. She was a regu- lar volunteer with the Elkhart Home- coming and High School reunion committees. Mrs. Lanterrnan was a member of St. Patrick's Catholic Church in Elkhart. Memorials: St. Patrick's Catholic Church, Elkhart. Peasley Funeral Home, Lincoln was entrusted with arrangements. 16 Mt. Pulaski Times Thursday - March 22, 2012