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In answer to the Front Page Question - What's Up? - Rick Voile was doing aninterview with the Pho- tographer- Video-Grapher for the State Journal Register. The interview about the bank's wind turbine - in Rick's own words - is on sj-r.com. Times Photo Judy Cavestani took this photo temp and now wind direction that? Natural Fruit Parfaits Florence Stoll Open House Florence Stoll's 95th Birthday Open House is Sunday, April 11 at the Zion Lutheran Church basement from 2 to 4PM. No gifts please. Change of Meeting Date The regular meeting of the Mt. Pulaski Township Trustees and Highway Commissioner will be held April 13. 2010 at 7:30PM following theannual town meet- ing. Shirley Schaal - Town Clerk Zion Lutheran School 3rd Quarter Honor Roll All As and wrote - We can get the time, Eighth grade - Steven Schahl, right from our home. How cool is Seventh grade-Elizabeth Allen, Matthew Amidom Samantha Morris, Hannah Riedle, Shelby Young; Sixth grade - Kurtis Hoock, Raelyn Lessen, Jessica Maxheimer, Rachel Meador; Fifth grade - Lukas Aylesworth; Fourth grade - Luis Felipe Buenrostro II. Julianne Funk. Ruth Lessen. Leah Saulsberry; Third grade - Morgan May High Honors Fifth grade - Kourtney Wilham; Fourth grade - Maxwell Carey, Sebastian Scassiferro: Third grade - Noah Riedle Honors Seventh grade - Brandon Hickey, Kelsey Wilham; Sixth grade - Caleb Fink, Aimee Howe, Caleb Przykopanski; Fifth grade - Ashlyn Hickey, Joshua Jackson, Caleb Meador; Honorable Mention Eighth grade - Marcus Hoock; Sixth grade - Mikayla Meyer; Fifth grade - Abigail Funk, Mitchell Hagenbuch, Austin Natural Fruit Smootbies Krueger; Fourth grade - Dawson Hagan, 01[y Wyatt Morris m At Jack Russell Stadium in Clearwater, Flor- ida, on June 26, 1985, organist Wilbur Snapp played "Three Blind Mice" following a call by umpire Keith O'Connor. The ump was not amused and Mr. Snapp was ejected. The deepest hole ever drilled by man is the Kola Superdeep Borehole, in Russia. It Sial t"S q reached a depth of about 40,226 feet or 7.62 WCS[ C O UaI'C miles. It was drilled for scientific research and gave up some unexpected discoveries, i I~i one of which, was a huge deposit of hydro- Sensational Summer Salads Ptl as - 192-$2~ gen- so massive that the mud coming from the hole was "boiling" with it. Phil Bertoni took this photo "for effect" from inside The Farmers Bank wind turbine - looking upwards. Steve Hahn took the photo along Route 54 when it was flooded The "water birds" caught Steve's eye. Scott Lindley recently snapped this photo west of Mt. Pulaski. Scott calls it the "Old Man Tree". It has a distinctive character to it. Never follow good whiskey with water, unless you're out of good whiskey. COWBOY WISDOM ~'~o!'1~:~ ]~.i ~n=;f ~n~t~ .,; Jfi~ :;~'f~,!~ f~:~i'~:~, :~,:~:.~:,'~q ~ ~.r[~.L,~O '..'3~:'~-,~ :, .}.~-1~', ~..~ti"~~, 14 ['