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MARK FOLEY and attending the University of AUDREY MASKE were Minnesota this fall. this year's recipients of The Gleason family - in the JIM AND F[ L N remembrance of Jim and GLEASON Award. Fran Gleason - gives this Audrey plans on attend- award annually to Senior ing the University of Illinois Hilltopper basketball play- this fall, and Mark plans on ers. Friendship Garden Plant-Exchange The Mt. Pulaski Library perennial plant exchange is Thursday May 3 at 6 pm featuring an evening of garden chatter,, great refreshments, and door prizes. "It's Mt $150 Thursday - April 19, 2012 old news, but there's nothing else wrong with it." Mark Twain SMALLTOWN PAPERS INC 217 wCOTA C-12/31/12 SHELTON WA 98584-2263 The Central Illinois Com- (7); Richard Aylesworth (First- Special thanks to Leslie Urish munity Blood Center would time donor); Mary Brown and Farmer'sBankforcoordi- like to thank the donors that (12); Jodi Deibert (10); Jerilee nating and hosting! volunteered to give Friday Gaddis (First-time donor); The CentrallllinoisCommu- April 6 at Farmer's Bank in Robert Maske Jr. (2); Robert nity Blood Center is the only Mt. Pulaski. We had 21 pre- Maske Sr (3); Sandra Mercer provider of blood to Abraham senting donors and collected (6); Amanda Phillips (2); Lincoln Memorial Hospital 23units. Danielle Schilling (4); Crystal and the Hopedale Medical Thank you for saving lives Thomas (2); Leslie Urish (10); Complex, as welt as Memorial (lifetime donations follow Richard Voile (7); Sandra Medical Center and St. John's donor names): Laura Amidon Washbond (10); George Wash- Hospital in Springfield. (2); Jeffrey Anderson (3); Kris- bond(15); GlennaWilham(4); Please join us for our next tie Anderson (8); John Ayles- and Deanna Young (5). blood drive at Farmer's Bank worth (10); Tricia Aylesworth ,Friday June 29. Want to Serve a Grand Marshal Dinner? Suggestion? COMMUNITY PRIDE COMMUNITY PRIDE is looking for an organiza- is taking suggestions for tion to host the Saturday Grand Marshal for this Bring as many plants night dinner at the Fall years parade. Contact as you wish to exchange. val Sept 8. Contact Please prowde the name of + xk the plant and basic planting h;structAons and care. Questions! Call us at 792- 5919. Town Wide Garage Sales Chestnut Town Wide Several Houses are par- Garage Sales are 8 am - 2 ticipating. pm, Saturday May 19. Thank You From The Farmers Bank The Farmers Bank would The hotdog cookout deft- like to thank all those that nitely exceeded our expec- helped make our Corn- tations and we hope you all munity Banking Week a enjoyed visiting with one success. We had the best another, we sure did! turnout yet for the blood The Farmers Bank of drive, with 24 donors! All Mt. Pulaski is dedicated to of the donors were entered investing in our local com- into a drawing for a gift cer- munity - Mt. Pulaski and tificate to a local business Logan County- reinvesting of their choice, and the your deposit dollars to help winner was DANIELLE local businesses prosper, to SCHILLING[ help farmers grow, to help The essay contest winner your neighbors, Mends, for the 6-8 graders was and family purchase a new ZACHARY DRAKE, a home or automobile, or to 7th grader; he won a gift help finance the college certificate to a local busi- education of a child. ness as well. Remember... Go Locall The coloring contest Do business with a winner for the K-2 graders Local Community Bank. was NOLAN DEIBERT and... The coloring contest winner for the 3-5 graders was TB.AGAN WYSS. ~cal Scouts ANDREW VINER (left) and MAX COPPINGER (right) were welcomed to the Mt.- Pulaski City Council meet g by Mayor Jiid-~ Fuhrer. The young men attended the meeting for a scouting govern- ment project. Times Photo Pork Chop Sandwich Sale May 19 COMMUNITY PRIDE will be having a second pork chop sandwich sale Satur- day May 19 at Johnson's Food Center. toren Opens Shop Pork Chop LOREN HOLMES has Loren has been retired Sandwich Sale come out of barber retire- for a bit, but said he needed ment- somewhat, to get out of the house. Mt Pulaski Women in Business Loren has opened a bar- For those of a certainwill be selling Sandwiches for Schol- bersh0p in Mt. Pulaski. age, y0u'll recall that Red arships 10 am- 1 pm Saturday, April Located in the front of Liesman had his barber- 2t] at Johnson's 12ood enter. Mike Maske's office (119 shop in the same building All proceeds support the scholar- S. Lafayette Street), Loren's years ago. ships that are awarded to local high Barber Shop is open Tues- Your editor wondered school students on Honor's Night in days and Wednesdays why Mike had a barber May. We thank the community for firom 8 am to 5 pro. chair in the front of his their continued support of our fund office when he walked by. raising efforts. Aetna Township Accepting Town Parks Mowing Bids For Details See Notice Page 9