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50 th Wedding Anniversary Local Sbriners to Spnnsor Free Orthopaedic ScreenBg CFmic Ansar Shriners - Decatur Shrlie Club Kent and Sheila (Bryson) Anderson... of Sunrise Beach, Missouri were united in marriage on Saturday, May 5, 1962 at the omland Christian Church. They are the parents of three children and have been blessed with eight grandchildren. Kimberly and Kevin Keiser, Garrett, Justine - Angola, Indiana; Darren Ander- son, Alexander, Katelyn, Emma, Leah - Broadwell, Illi- nois; Stacy and Pat Bailey, Shanna, Seamus - Ballwin, Missouri. The family will celebrate with a week's vacation on St. George Island, Florida in June. "First" : Sere Mizeur had his first birthday party at his country home at CantraU. A delicious lunch was served by his morn, dad, and grandmothers Linda & Mary to numerous aunts, uncles, grandparents and cousins when we arrived on Sunday, April 15, at noon. He received toys, cute clothes and other practical gifts that a one year old needs. His parents are Angle F] and Steve Mizeur. His grandparents orence's are Joe and Linda Jannazzo and Mary and Mike Mizeur. The baby's Gr real name is Severiano named after a ner famous golfer. By the way he took his first six steps on my birthday April 4th. I'm the proud great grandmother. We did have a great time and it was a very relaxing time for me. On Tuesday we attended the Volunteer Luncheon at Vonderlieth. We had a delicious lunch and delightful music by a Quartet from Lincoln. The staff went to a lot of trouble that was appreciated by everyone in atten- dance. On the Lighter Side- The Driving Instructor told his student: "If the light turns green go and if it turns red, stop. If I turn white pull over." Food for Thought- John 3:16 For God so loved the world, that He gave His one and only Son, that whoever believes in Him, shall not perish but have everlasting life. Did You Know - An Australian billionaire is planning to build the Titanic II, an exact replica of the first. o Apple says that Macs contributed only 13 Yo to company revenue, its lowest ever. 16 Screening clinic for orthopaedic conditions - for Shriners Hospitals for Children® All children under the age of 18 are eligible The clinic is 9 - Noon, Saturday, May 12 at Decatur Masonic Temple 224 W. William St. If you suspect your child may have an orthopedic condi- tion, this free screening clinic is an opportunity for a local phy- sician to evaluate your child and, if necessary, refer your child to seek treatment at Shri- ners Hospitals for Children®. Families need not know a member of the Shriners frater- nity to participate. No appointment is neces- sary, however, families with questions may call the Decatur Shrine Club at 217-433-4125 or 217-972-4953 for more infor- mation. Children will not be diagnosed, merely evaluated to determine if they have a condi- tion that's treatable at Shriners Hospitals for Children®. Eli- gible patients will complete an application to be reviewed by the hospital. Acceptance as a patient is based solely on a child's medical needs. Conditions include, but are not limited to: scoliosis, club- foot, hip problems, shoulder and arm problems, limb-length differences, bowed legs, etc. Shriners Hospitals for Chil- dren® is a health care system of 22 hospitals dedicated to improving the lives of chil- dren by providing pediatric specialty care, innovative research, and outstanding teaching prggrams for medical professionals. Children up to age 18 with orthopaedic condi- tions, bums, spinal cord inju- ties, and cleft lip anc[ palate are eligible for care and receive all services in a family-centered environment, regardless of the patients' ability to pay. Shriners Hospitals for Chil- dren® - St. Louis is co-listed in US News and World Report as one of America's Top 10 Pediatric Orthopedic Hospitals through its collaboration with Washington University School of Medicine and St. Louis Children's Hospital. Honors Night Honors Night at Mt. Pulaski High School will be held 6:30 pm Tnesday, May $ in the high school gym. De- partmental honors will be awarded, scholarship win- ners will be recognized, and the Senior-of-the-Year will be announced. Family and friends of Mt. Pulaski High School students are invited to attend. "Use what talents you possess, the woods would be very silent if no birds sang there except those that sang best". Henry Van Dyke That quote sounds a lot like.., do the best you can with what you have. Everyone has something to contribute. Does it have to be deemed "the best", and by whom, I might ask, is it to be accepted? The bird that sings best may get lonely, or wom out. His talents are finite, even if deemed best, and need support. A symphony, a chorus, a garden, a country or, a society, is not composed of one, but of many. Each individual part, has been gifted with abilities, talents, skills, that can be helpful Did You Know - M. Tait's Jus' Thinkin' and supportive, not only for themselves, but also for others, for - the improvement of all, when they are contributed and used in good faith. There is very little, that is a true solo effort. Each has a "best" to offer. When wisdom and respect are employed when each "talent" is given, the odds that something good will result are increased. For this to happen the "talent" must indeed, and in the first place, be offered and used, and then its benefit discerned and appreciated by its beneficiaries. Lack of appreciation does not reflect on the gift, but may it be submitted for consideration, upon the beneficiary. Jus' shadn' some thinkin'... A survey says that 60% of U.S parents spy on their teens' Facebook accounts. Mt. Pulaski Times New This Week Wanted to Buy Electric ice cream freezer, 792-5363 Wanted Junk cars - trucks & scap metal wanted, 750-2576 / 415-0438 For Sale Propane gas fireplace insert, complete with logs, grate, screen and tools, 737-6085. For Sale 10'x13' shed, needs minor repair, you haul it - you can have it, 792-3348. For Sale Rattan Patio Set - settee with 3-chairs and cushions, $50 - 792-5465. For Sale Mt. Pulaski home, 3-bed- rooms, 1-bath charming bungalow, 1-car detached garage, close to shop- ping center - schools, 217-525-6076. For Sale Maple dining room table & 6-high back spindle chairs (4 chairs & 2 captain chairs), very good condi- tion, solid maple wood, 79.2-5484. Random News Spain's unemployment rate has hit a record 24.4%. A report says that big U.S. companies are adding jobs, but three out of four are overseas. Secretary of the Interior Ken Salazar says, "no one knows" if gasoline will go up to $9 a gallon in the U.S. Police broke up an illegal street race in Miami that involved 1,000 cars. The home ownership rate dropped to a decade low. Only 62% of Americans own their home. The 5.8 Liter Mustang V-8 has been rated the most powerful '4-8 engine in the world. The EPA is investing in a program that would convert spinach into energy. A new trend says that teens are drinking hand sanitizer as a way to get drunk. Thursday - May 10, 2012