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I I I I I Motorcycle Insurance That Goes the Distance iNSURANCE 6 Affordable Motorcycle Insurance from Pekin InsuranceTM and your local Pekin Insurance Agent is peace of mind while your bike is in gear+ With money-saving discounts that won't sacrifice coverage and won't put a big dent in your budget ,.. * Cycle/Auto Discount * V.t.R Preferred Cycle Discount * Experienced Driver/Loss Free Discount * Motorcycle Driver Education Discount, Call your local Pekin Insurance Agent for Motorcycle Insurance that goes Beyond the expectec//'~ Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, ' .... 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski Recently, this photo was found. It was taken in Mt. arrived in town after the 1958 railroad explosion. What guy Thank You 792-5251. I Thank you VERY much to the person who picked up my spiral www.pekininsurance.comI notebook on the street'~nd fig- ured out that it belonged to someone at St. John Lutheran Church. Thanks for leaving it in the flower pot! i got it when I went to church that Saturday night. Barbara Stroud-Borth 2000 Reunion MPHS class of 2000 will be celebrating its 10-year class reunion this year. Planning is underway. But we need your help. If you are a ineniber of the Class of 2000 or have a relative who is, email updated contact information to Amy (Conaway) Phillips at alyne00@yahoo.com. We have also created a Face- book page "Mt. Pulaski High School Class of 2000" so logon to Facebook to keep up with class activities. Surveys will be sent out later this year on options for class events. Questions? Contact Katie (Maske) Flor- czyk at kmae_81@hotmail.com or Amy (Conaway) Phillips at alyne00@yahoo.com. Plumbing Heating Cooling Backhoe Service Septic Systems Country Decor, Antiques, Florals, Unio ue HandcrafTed Treasures & So Much More Salt Creek Al;ic 1 O6.5 Washington - Mr. Pulaski Tues-Fri 10-4 & Sat 9-1 792-5117 Babe Ruth hit his first major-league home run on May 6, 1915. He was playing for the Boston Red Sox at the time. 'The Sultan of Swat' went on to smash 714 round-trippers before he retired, from the Boston Braves, in 1935. 12i~i~ii~ii~iiii!iiiiiii!iiiiiiiiiii;!i~i+~ m ! & b==l~ Pulaski shortly after the Illinois National Guard ~rl wouldn't want to own that Jeep today. + k-a y JOHN S Alice Davis and I were at City Hall paying our most recent water bills. Alice~nentioned that she had reached a personal milestone. She had flown to Flor- ida to visit her sister. It was her first airplane flight; accom- plished during her 88th yea'r On her flight back to Illinois Alice mentioned her milestone to the flight attendant. When tl~e atten- dant came back up the aisle, Alice was presented with her wings to commemorate her accomplishment. By the way, Alice celebrates her 89th birthday in April. Laura Lee also celebrates her birthday in April - same day as Alice. Two points - I don't know the day Alice and Laura celebrates their mutual birthdays. And Laura ~vill not saywhat birthday she'll be celebrating. Marti ltarral- our 2010 Census Recruiter- thanked yours truly for helping promote the 2010 Census. Lynn and I enjoyed the Russell Stover chocolates in the big Easter Egg that was the "egg- cellent" thank you. Marti's note said, "Thank you for your invalu- able help, Mike. You are a 'good' egg." And thank you Marti for your work on getting things orga- nized around here. I know it hasn't been easy. Roger Bates reported the VFW with elect Post Officers Tues- day, April 12. A dinner is at 6Pm. Meeting starts at 7Pm. He's hoping someone will step into his long- term office as Commander. Good luck on that Roger Juanita Dingman dropped off a couple recent copies of Cap- pet's Weekly I hadn't seen a copy LUTHERAN of the publication in a couple years. Recently, according to the CHURCH[ letters to the editor and Juanita, the publication was given a new format. Ca~l't say that I could ~Thc Littlc Church ThatCould" get used to what they've done to it. Juanita likes the previous 5:30PM Saturday Services format too. Thanks for'dropping them off Juanita. Content was 10AM Sunday Services interesting none the less. Remember the good old days 223 W. Cooke St. when Daylight Savings Times Mt. Pulaski arrived the first weekend in April?-Made more sense than 792-5502 this new schedule does. Greatest Invention From Bill Bryson Group of fellas was talking about great inventions. One says he thought the greatest invention was the Thermos. One guy piped up with, "what's so great about the Thermos? All !t does is keep liquids cold or hot." The reply was, "well sir, what's great about it is - how's it know to keep it warm or hot?" Class Assignment From Danny Matthews The teacher gave her fifth grade class an assignment: Get your parents to tell you a story with a moral at the end of it. The next day they came back and began to tell their stories. There were all the regular+types of stuff: spilled milk and pennies saved. Only William was left. "William, do you have a story to share?" "Yes, ma'am. My daddytold a story about my Aunt Karen. She was a pilot in Desert Storm and her plane got hit. She had to bail out over enemy terri- tory, and all she had was a flask of whiskey, a pistol, and a survival knife. She drank the whiskey on the way down so the bottle wouldn't break. Her parachute landedher right in the middle of 20 Iraqi troops. She shot 15 of them with the pistol, until she ran out of bullets. She killed four more with the knife, till the blade broke, and then she killed the last Iraqi with her bare hands." ~'Good Heavens," said the teacher. "What did your daddy tell you was the moral to this horrible story?" "Stay away from Aunt Karen when she's been drinkin'." Kids Dad was packing for a business trip. His three-+year-old daughter was play- ing on the bed. At one point she said, +4 'Daddy, look at this,' and stuck out two Of her fingers. Trying to keep her entertained, Dad / reached out and stuck her tiny fingers in his mouth and said, 'Daddy's gonna -' eat your fingers,' pretending to eat them. Dad went back to packing, looked up again and his daughter was standing on the bed "staring at her fingers with a devastated look on her face. Dad said, 'What's wrong, honey?' She replied, 'What happened to my booger?'