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11 Topper Ladies Out & About... tention" for the last slice! At any rate, it was settled peacefully between Phyllis and Jenny... but I'm not telling who won! We Several of us met at Calm Creek all had a good laugh over the friendly rivalry. Care, one of our favorite dining spots, We all enjoyed ourselves and welcomed aguest, Jane Tuesday, April 21 for our regular Whitson. Come again, Jane, you're more than wel- come as is any newcomer to the group. monthly luncheon. The door prize was won by Robin Benson and was Many of us opted for a combo featuring a half sand- Selected from the lovely gifts at Salt Creek Attic. This wich, with the individual's preferred filling, chips, and gift was a "Burden Bear" and is a locally made product cup of their delicious soup, which was broccoli-cheese the shop carries. that particular day. In addition, they offer a daily spe- We all enjoyed ourselves so much and chatted away cial, equally tasty, amiably in Kella's handsomely decorated tearoom. to Kella and her staff, Lisa, Ashley, and others always Our next luncheon will be held at 11:30a at Chi's Chi- do a great job of cooking and serving delicious fare. nese restaurant in Lincoln, Tuesday, May 19. Please Many chose a scrumptious dessert; the favorites notify Pat Straumann or Shirley Haley plan to being peach and cherry cobbler, attend. Come join us for a couple hours of fun and Down to one serving of peach cobbler only, a friendly relaxation. Kick back and enjoy pleasant company and "dispute" arose between two of the group. Hey, Kella, lots of laughs. your peach cobbler seems to be well worth the "con- Submitted by Pat Straumann Zion Lutheran School Registration Families are invited to consider Zion Lutheran School in Mt. Pulaski as another educational choice for their children. Registration is now open to children ages two through 8th grade for' the 2015-2016 school year. We offer a traditional ,faith-based education along with extracurricular opportunities, all in our beautiful new, school facility. Our half-day preschool program offers several options, including a 1-day class for 2 year olds, a 2-day class for 3 year olds, and a 3-day class or 5-day class for 4 year olds. Registration for 2015-2016 will continue through August, but space is limited. Tuition assistance is available! Tuition rates are av lable by calling Zion's office at 217-792-5715. Registration forms may be picked up in the school office, located at 203 S. Vine, Mt. Pulaski. You can also request the forms be emailed to you by emailing the school office at office@zionmp. org for your convenience. Zion Lutheran School has been providing quality Christian education for decades and does not discrimi- nate against anyone because of race, color, national, or ethnic origin, sex, age, or disability. | n Graduates of MPTHS 1960-69 Saturday, September 12, 2015 American Legion Hall Mt Pulaski Spread the word! By Mike Lakin Donna Koehler's Addams Family Musical was Donna's finale. After 13 seasons, she has hung up her clipboard. Kind of poetic.., the final Drama Club presentation was Donna's 132 and it was the Addams Family. I know.., a stretch of a connection.., but it's there. Paul Meyers sent in the follow- ing... Hey Mike, Just had to drop you a line. I started a subscription to the local newspaper here, and they have a Police Report section just as your paper has. The editor here has a "Lakin type humor", I miss MountP, but found a little bit of it here in Hot Springs Village, AR! Read through the article below and see if you agree. April 13 Police received a report of a herd of cows attempting unauthorized entry through the Glazier Peau Gate. They were able to contact the owner, who rounded them up and removed them from Village prop- erty. The ringleader was heard to mutter to his partners-in-crime, "I told you to lose the bells!" Tennessee voted to make the Bible the state book... Then they didn't. If money grew on trees... You'd have to spend all your time raking... And nobody likes raking... CARVING By Larry Wilham... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. St. John's Lutheran Church ,,The Uttle Church That Could" 5:30PM Saturday Services 10AM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. 792-5502 L " OPTIONS TO PURCHASE OR RENT YOUR VONDERLIETH APARTMENT! Mt. Pulaski Von derli et hL i ving Center corn .Z f