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Go after life as if it's something that's got to be roped in a hurry before it gets away. COWBOY WISDOM At Horsefeathers in Elkhart Delicious Home Cooking at its Best! Lunches Tuesday - Sunday 11-2:30 Daily Specials - Seasonal Dishes Reservatior~ & Credit Cards Accepted Antique & Gift Shop 10Am to 4Pm Tues. - Sun. 104 Governor Oglesby st 947-2100 len Senior-of-the-Month Mt. Pulaski Ellen is the daughter of Bob and Sharon Foley of Mt. Pulaski. Ellen is a high honor roll student, president of Student Council, co-president of National Honor Society, trea- surer of Spanish Club, and co- captain of the basketball team. High School She is also a member of Drama Club and Spirit Squad. During her high school years has par- ticipated in 'WYSE academic team activities, as well as softball and volleyball. She is a member of St. Patrick/St. Thomas Youth Group. Ellen plans to attend South- east Missouri State University, where she has been awarded a university scholarship and a regional achievement award. She will major in communica- tions disorders, and then plans to earn a master's degree in speech pathology. The Senior-of-the-Month pro- gram is co-sponsored by Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy and John- son's Food Center. Monthly win- ners receive $100 savings bonds and are eligible to compete for the $1000 Senior-of-the-Year award. 175th Meetings Mt. Pulaski 175th Celebration meetings are the first and third Saturdays of each month at the Mt. Pulaski VFW Hall. First meeting in June is June 5 at 9Am. Third Saturday meet- ing is June 19 at 9Am. Tiffeney Ann Marie Munsch was born April 30. She was 61bs and 18 1/2 inches long. Proud' parents are Chris Munsch and Katie Simpson both of Lincoln. Proud Grandparents are Debbie Simpson of Lincoln (mother of Katie). Bob & Carol Utterback of Mt. Pulaski (par- ents of Chris). Great Grandpar- ents are Judy & Eddie Hughes of Lincoln, Clarence & Janice Munsch of Beason, and John & Shirley Utterback of Mt. Pulaski. Proud Great Great Grandparents are Bill & Mar- garet Lahr of Lincoln. Tiffeney is the 5th generation grandchild. With DISH NETWORK, you'll receive: e FREE: HBO" & SHOWTIME:" for 3 months withAgreernent FREE ACTIVATION with Agreement e FREE STANDARD FREE DVR UPGRADE ' I PROFE: ONAL NSTALLATION 6.o mo. ov. plio . | DECATUR - 2235 W. Mound Rd. 217-877-2235 N E T W O R K. LINCOLN - 616 N. Chicago St. 217-732-3331 rll0mz n [ llLm f .Digital HomeAd~. antage dim requires 24-month commitment and credi! qual~icntian. If sec~ce is terminated before the end d commitment, a cancel at on an o $17 .S0/month rwnaining will apply. Programming credits will apply dur ng the irnt ~ z montlts. ~,l equipment is leased and musl be ~elurnod to DISH Natwe~k upon cancellation e~ unrelurnad equipment fees apply. 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This Is Our Story, Volume 2 I In honor of Logan County vet- erans, the book "This Is Our Story, Volume 2" a collection of Logan County veteran's stories is now available for $45. Vet- erans may purchase the book for $40. The tome is available at the Logan County Genea- logical and Historical Society (114 North Chicago St., Lin- coln). Hours: 11 to 4 Tuesday - Friday and 10 to 1 Saturdays. Phone 217-732-3200. Mike's Desk By Mike Lakin Lynn Freer - Mt. Pulaski Police Chief- completed the Illinois State Police Crime "Scene Investigation course. As far as I know, this makes Chief Freer the only Illinois Certi- fied CSI in the county. When graduation neared, I asked if he was going to be the black guy or blonde (CSI TV program). Chief amused? Only slightly. Dan Phillips joined the ranks of the slightly amused. His HS graduation photo was in an article last issue. It gave 'his family a little fun. Dan said that any role he had in getting the class photos back on display was pure accident. Dan called seeking permission to photograph his Class of '67 composite photo to post on his Facebook. The class photo was found in storage. Dan photographed it and thought that was the end of it. But it wasn't Dan. You set some wheels in motion. And, to show how much appreciation there was for that monientous request, here's your photo again. Local resident was philoso- phizing on the hearing of dog owners. Question was.., why couldn't dog owners hear their own dogs barking? Only in Mt. Pulaski... you go walking and you are confronted by a pack of Chihuahuas. & Fred LJpp Fred 566-3427 6 t~ t~t I O ]