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Birthday Open House Nellie Leimbach of Mt. Pulaski celebrates her 95 'h birthday with an Open House Sunday, April 10 from 1 to 4 at the Family Life Center. No gifts please. Sandwiches for Scholarships Mt. Pulaski Women in Business Pork Chop Sand- wich Sale Saturday, April 30 from 11 - 1 at Johnson's Food Center. For Pick-Up Orders call 341-8067. Topper Red Hatters to Meet Topper Red Hatters will meet Tues- day, April 19 at the Olive Garden res- taurant in Decatur at 12:30. The Olive Garden is situated in the Target shop- png center area. Contact co-hostesses Phyllis Edwards at 217/792-5567, or Ruth Barry at 217/792-5525 for reser- vations by April 18. If you need a ride, call another Red Hat member before the luncheon date. Guests are always welcome.., just let the hostesses know in time to add your name to the list. See you there. Submitted by Pat Straumann Farm Management Retirement A0000ou00ts Demos to Meet Logan County Demo- crats meet Sat, April 9 at 10 am at the Owl's Roost, 427 Pulaski Street, Lincoln. The meetings are open to all Logan County Democrats. Dear Readers: The Times publisher's recent reference to "Mt. Pulaski Historian Phil Bertoni" is a misnomer. The only professional historian in the room that evening was Paul Beaver, Professor of His- tory Emeritus at Lincoln College. Next in "histo- rian" stature would be Paul's former pupil, Bob McCue, who is becom- ing very knowledgeable about Abraham Lin- coln, especially during his years in and around Logan County. Phil Bertoni Fuzz's Correction Fuzz Froschauer dropped the newspaper a note about the photo and caption from the March 1941 Times-News that was in the Times March 19 issue. Fuzz wrote... "As a grade-schooler I was awed at the sight of Charles "Chas" Wagner. As a young adult I got to know him and his wife (Mary) very well. When you asked Chas how tall he was his answer would always be 5-foot 20. That's 6' 8 not 6'7. It says that in the blue book of 1986. I don't know how many times I was asked how tall he was. My answer was 5' 20." The 1" difference was due to the caption under the photo back u 1941 - Mike. Chestnut Fily Restaua Jl"uemday{ Fried Chicke. Friday Cat00sh-Walley00 Tilapia Sun., Men., Wed., Thurs 6:00 to 2:00 Tues., Fri., Sat. 6:00 to 2:00 & 4:30 to 7:30 4 Mt. Pulaski Times April 2, 2011