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] i. Maxine To Celebrate Her 90th Birthday i;i!!ii!i/; , ; ~ !!;!i:! corpSe, I/e! inolte* I/oa... help celebrate Maxine's 90th birthday on May 22. There will be an Open House reception Sunday May 22 from 2 to 4 pm at the Christian Church Family Life Center in Mt. Pulaski. Maxine was born on (Scott) Traver. There are May 18, 1921 inWestVir- 6 grandchildren and 9 ginia. Her parents were Great grandchildren. Tina and Carl Campbell Maxine is a home- of West Virginia. maker, a communiO, Her marriage to volunteer at ~ the Mr. Charles Dean Schultz Pulaski Museum and the was cut Short by his Court House. She also death in 1963. She mar volunteers at Vonderlieth ried Eugene Downing in Living Center and the 1967. They celebrated 40 Christian Church where years of marriage until she is an active member. Gene's death in July of She is a member of the 2007. Mt. Pulaski Women's There are 3 children: Club Past Presidents. William (Diana) Down- Maxine enjoys quilting ing, Michael (Janice) and painting. Schultz and Denise "WOW" My granddaugh- ter, Angle and Steve Mizeur are the proud parents of a baby boy. He was born April 16 and weighed 9 lbs and 12 oz. That .makes me a great grandma to 3 darling granddaughters, (Joe and Jennifer's in Wisconsin) and one great grandson. He has been named Severiano after a champion golfer and will be called Seve. The baby's daddy is a great golfer'too. lorenee's Its a changing world. Angle had Gr the baby at Memo- ner fin Hospital. After returning to her room from the recovery room, she could have everyone come in and visit her and Severiano in her room. In fact, we all got to hold the baby. He is so cute and precious aS all babies are. On the Lighter Side - When the fan belt wore out on their cm; my friend Bob used a little old fhshioned ingenuity and replaced it with a pair of his wife's pantyhose. Unaware of this, his wife drove off to get gas, and asked the service-station attendant to check the oil. Slamming down the hood, barely choking back his laughter. "Oil's fine," he said, but it looks like you need to change your panty hose." FoodJbr Thought-Luke 23:6,7,9. He IS RISEN He is not here; He has risen! Remember how He told you, \vhile He was still with you in Galilee. The Son of God must be delivered into the hands of sinful men, be crucified and on the third day be raised again. Then they remembered His words. P.S. Everything is coming up roses as far as our 175th celebration is going. You are doing a great job. Did You Know - American Aidines has changed its policy to let pilots fly witho0t their hats. Celebrate National Nursing HomeWeekl the MAY 8 -- 14, During Nursing ttome Week, we recognize all our residents and their families.., thank you for giving us the opportuni ty to serve you! Thank you to all our staff members for making us a five-star facility! (217) 792-3218 VonderliethkivingCenter. corn 112o N. Topper Drive, Mt. Pulaski 16 Mt. Pulaski Times 50 Wedding Anniversary Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Leesman Mr. & Mrs. Ronald Leesman of Mt. Pulaski will celebrate their 5ffh Wedding Anniversary with a family dinner. Ronald Leesman and the former Ann Weckel were married May 13, 1961 in Mt. Pulaski at St. John's Lutheran Church. They are the parents of Reginald (Reggie) of Mt. Pulaski, Shannon (Tamara) of New Berlin, and Scott deceased. They are grandparents to eight grandchil- dren. Becky Kunken, Music Teacher at MPGS, was Mt. Pulaski Rotary's special visitor at theft weekly meeting/luncheon at Buff's Restaurant. Becky was the guest of Rebecca Drake, incoming Mt. Pulaski Rotary President. Ms. Kunken spoke of the importance of music education for the youngsters, which all in attendance whole-heartedly agreed. Becky mentioned the need for used instruments and funds for the repair of old school instruments. The club voted immediately to donate $300 towards this effort. Several other members made personal donations as well. Submitted By Phil Bertoni, Mt. Pulaski Rotary President Photo - Becky Kunken and Incoming President Rebecca Drake (right). MT. PULASKI ROAD DISTRICT LOADER- BACKHOE BID NOTICE Sealed Bids will be accepted until 10:00 am, Wednes- day, May 18, 20tl at the Mt. Pulaski Road District Office, 404 50uth Spring St,, Mt. Pulaski, IL 02040 for the pur- chase of a new Loader-Backhoe. Bids at that time will be publicly opened and read. Award of the bid will be made at the regular Monthly To~wn Board meeting, 7:30 pm, Wednesday, May 25, 2011. Bids shall be made on a form furnished by the district. Mt. Pulaski Road District reserves the right to reject any or all bids, and to waive technicalities. For more information and a bid form, contact Leslie "Foxie" Hild, Highway Commissioner, 217-792-5164 or Shirley Schaal, Town/Road District Clerk May 7, 2011