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Goodbye Bottles. " I Hello Culhgan. m m m m mm u m m  m 1 I , $9.?5/MONTH, I Rent a Cultigan ater ! I System for $9.95/month for I I the first three billing cycles! I Dealer participation may vary, Lmited tim I offer Not valid with other offers 2013 I better water, pure and slmple.* Culligan Lincotn 1 2t7728 t801 CulliganCentrattllinois corn St. John's Lutheran Church ,,The UttleChurch That Could', 5:30PM Saturday Services 10AM Sunday Services Mt, Pulaski Pharmacy 507 E Chestnut 792-5081 The FFA of Today Vidalia Onions Here in May 10 Samantha McCarty Local Shriners will sell Vidalia Onions Mt. Pulaski FFA Livestock on Washington Street in front of the Mt. Judging Team Wins Contest Pulaski Courthouse Friday and Saturday May 9 & 10 and Friday and Saturday May On March 22, the Mt. Pulaski FFA Live- stock Judging Team, which consists of Ka- mryn Aylesworth, Lukas Aylesworth, Lane Davis, Lizzie Ford, Eli Griesheim, Mitch- ell Hagenbuch, Brandon Hickey, Ashlyn Hickey, Luke Litterly, and Leighton Pick- ett, attended the Lakeland Livestock Judg- ing Contest, where Brandon Hickey placed sixth overall. Tuesday, April 22, the team then went to the section contest at Lincoln Land Com- munity College in Springfield. The contest was a success with Brandon Hickey plac- ing first overall, Ashiyn Hickey placing seventh, Lizzie Ford and Lukas Aylesworth placing tenth, and Kamryn Aylesworth plac- ing eleventh. The team placed first overall and was eligible to go on to the State Live- stock Contest at the University of Illinois in Champ'aign-Urbana. 16 & 17. E QUILTED ITEMS By Karen... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. Help Wanted Mt. Pulaski Grade School is currently la seeking a Jr. High Cheerleading Sponsor ' for the 2014-2015 school year. If you are ": interested, please contact Mr. Gene Newton I,=t at 792-7220 Flat Bed For Sale - 1976 GMC 3500 series, heavy duty 1-ton, 327 motor, 300-HP, 4-speed, 217-415-0438 Cleanup Service - Yard clean- up - mowing and maintenance and gutter cleaning- dependable - 7-years experience, Darrin 737-9479. Engagement Announced b I Steenber00ten Cemetery Will Start the Spring Clean-up o: 'the Cemetery Patrons wishing to save decorations are requested to remove them from the cemetery as soon as possible. Your cooperation is appreciated Steenbergen Cemetery Association - Mt. Pulaski Keenan- Horton Doug and Sally Keenan of Pana, 1L wish to announce the engagement of their daughter Katlyn to Nicolas Horton, son of Harvey and Julie Horton of Sherman. Katie is the granddaughter of Bill and Judy Keenan of Riverton and Nick is the grandson of Pat and the late Ed Butkov- ich of Mt. Pulaski. Nick and Katie are both graduates of Wil- liamsville High School. Katie is employed by Memorial Physicians Services. Nick is a 2013 graduate of Benedictine University and is employed by IUini Bank. They w_ill be married October 4, 2014 on Anna Mafia Island, FL. Let me help you plan your honeymoon Madonna Boyte, Madonna's Travel and Tours : 217-855-3709