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Sugar Creek Orthodontics Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. ,400 N. CHICAGO STREET~ LINCOLN ~ 217-732-1073 What's your idea of financial security? Let's get together for a free, no-obligation Insurance and Financial Review to make sure you have the right protection for today andthe right plan for tomorrow. Larry D. Medaris LUTCF 316 S. Washington - Mt. Pulaski 792-3778 060~506H0 FINANCIAL www.count Bu ,F ' yRe a staurant West.Side of Square Mt. Pulaski 792-5233 All you can eat Spaghetti - $6.29 Homemade Meatloaf Dinner - $6.19 Homemade Lasagna - $6.89 Liver & Onions with Bacon - $6.99 Chicken or Beef Stir-fry - $6.99 Shrimp Stir-fry - $7.99 All you can eat Fried Chicken, Livers & Gizzards- $7.29 Thursday Mexican Specialties All you can eat is In House OnlY! Open 7 days a week 50t" Wedding Anniversary Led in Pitching JOHN FOLEY - Mt. Pulaski/ Springfield College led Bill & Nancy Shanle Bill & Nancy Shanle of Mt. Pulaski will celebrate their 50~ Wedding Anniversary on June 20. t~ill Shanle and Nancy Poffenbarger were married on June 20. 1959 at the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Parsonage . with Paul Burdick and Brenda Green as their attendants. The Shanles are the parents of two children. Jodi Shanle of Mattoon and Gall (Rosemary) Shanle of Sherman. They are the grandparents of Kyle and Relsey of Lincoln and Chad and Cassidy Senalik of Sherman. The Buffalo Christian Church will be holding a small reception in their honor. Salt Creek Attic Winners Salt Creek Attic cele- brated its Fifth Anniversary with a free lunch, sale, and special drawings. The winners were - Jeri Domm - Gift certifi- cate or pottery; Vieki Hahn - Floral arrangement by Kathy Jones; Carolyn Beatty - Carv ing by Larry Wilham; Sue Wakeman - Angel by Karen Ballard: Theresa Richert - Candles by the Wool Barn: Tiffany Beggs - Isabel Bloom figurine; Evelyn Newton - Soy candles; Sandy Southern Towel by Dorothy; and Mary Buckles - Various dip mixes. Dorothy, Jo, & Phyl wish to thank all of their special friends for joining them during the celebration - sale week. They look forward to con- tinuing to serve the commu- nity by offering unique flo- rals, handcrafted items, can- files, and antiques. Mt. Pulaski Grade School Graduates: May 29, 2009 Riley Ian Allspach. Taylor Morgan Anderson. Jessica Brianne Awe. Riley Alexander Ayers, Chase Aarori Bailey, Josef Eugene Bosnyak. Benjamin Royal Butcher. B6wen James Casper. Scott Douglas Clampct, Tanner John Clem- entz. Auston James Constant, Caleb Michael Daniel Coppinger, Lindsey Tyler Davis, Andrea Sue Dickerson, Rachel Cathryn Durchholz, Holly Marie Elias, Eddy Myron Griesheim, Jacob Allen Hahn, Rebecca Jean Henrichs- meyer, Breanna Leigh Howe, Cole Jeffrey Huff, Emily Mac Johnston, Jesse William Kennedy, Shawn Michael Knauer, Timothy Michael Koehler, Zackary Steven Lloyd Ladson, Erika Danyelle Leever, Tyler Daniel Litterly, Darian Lee Lovin, Schentel Madonna Maters, Haley Elizabeth Maus, Bryan Joseph McCawley, Codey William McCurry, Harold Austin McDonough, Alexa Ann Meister, Kearsten Renae Neale, Jessica Lee Raineri, Alexandra Nicole Sanchez, Jamie DeAnne Sizemore, Hannah Renee Skaggs, Jacob Wil- liam Stoll, Trenton Douglas Trump, Blake Alexander Wake- man, Chase Michael Wakeman, Chelsee Violet Wheeler, and Darian Alecia Wilham. Awards Art Student ofithe Year: Alexandra Sanchez Math Student of the Year: Trenton Trump Reading Award: Trenton Trump and Breanna Howe Writing Award: Rachel Durchholz and Jessica Raineri Science Student of the Year: Trenton Trump Seth Remmert Award for Social Studies: Tg Litterly Daughters of the American Revolution History Award: Rachel Durchholz Behrens Award for Technology:'JosefBosnyak " Directors Award for Choir: Lindsey Davis Directors Award for Band: Caleb Coppinger H.J. Wible Award: Tanner Clemen~z Honol Award: Jessica Awe, Ben Butcher, Scott Clampet, Tanner Clementz, RacheI Durchholz, Shawn Knauer, Ty Litterly Alexa Meister, and Trenton Trump. Patrick H. Bohen Award: Tanner Clementz, Alexa Meister, and Trenton Trump. President's Education Award: Jessica Awe, Ben Butcher, Scott Clampet, Tanner Clementz, Rachel Durchholz, Cole Huff, Shawn Knauer, Ty Litterly, Alexa Meister, and Trenton Trump. Evansville baseball pitching with a 6-3 record and a 3.77 earned run average. The senior right-hander appeared in 14 off8 games as a starter. John had 18 walks and 58 strikeouts in 86 innings. Opponents batted .290 against him. May Rainfall 6.02" Mt. Pulaski's " official National Weather Service rainfall report is as fol- lows... 5-1.06" 5-16 2.89" 5-2.14" 5-26.40" 5-8.53" 5-27.22" 5-9.18" 5-28.20" 5-11.02" 5-20.14" 5-13.10" 5-30.12" 5-14 1.02" Total 6.02" Fog reported 5-7.5-8 Hail reported 5-16 From January through May 2009 Total Rainfal] 19.28". From January through April 2009 Total Snowfall 13.4". Q~ffj~ (Questions & answers) By Mike Lakin Can you skateboard at the library? Feeling that first Monday of summer vacation fro~ school freedom: some skateboarders decided the library front porch and steps were perfect for them. They were told once to stop. They were told twice to stop. And after one young man backed up to the front door to shake his derriere.and proclaim "We're still skate- boarding on your walk"... they pushed that proverbial button. The next person to tell them to cease and desist was Chief Lynn Freer. The text of his message is not known, but the skate- boarders rolled off to parts unknown. Did MPGS run out of TP? I was asked if there was any truth to the rumor that teachers had to bring toilet paper to school towards the end of this school year. I checked with the dis- trict office. I had to get to the bottom of this. I had to unroll the truth. My #1 source at the district office thinks they know how this all started. Here's what happened... Tom Madigan, the GS Custo- dian, told the office the GS only had 9 rolls of TP left in the GS building. He said he was told by Ed Pharis, the Head Custodian, none could be ordered. Ed Pharis, how- ever, told the office the cus- todians were to let him know when the supply of TP was low - and that hadn't been done. TP was ordered the next day. A few of the Grade School teachers were told of the situation, and Kathleen Tar- rant said - it was possibly in France - that teachers must bring TP, Kleenex, and even take garbage home With them because this ser- vice isn't provided by the schools. And that is how the great MPGS - TP rumor started. There's an average of 333 toilet paper squares on a toilet paper roll Plumbing Heating - Cooling Backhoe Service Septic Systems B mas to i