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i Countr j Decor, Antiques, - Florals, Unique Handc raf r d Treasures & Much More .Gait Creek A ic '= 10G 5. Washington - Mr. Pulaski Tues-Fri 1 0-4 & Sat 9-1 792-5117 S.g.r Cre& Or&odon ics 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 ..- Weddings; Graduations, Anniversaries, Parties, School Dances Visit us on Facebook! Roadside Rescue ... One call goes Beyond the expected. Seven days a week and 24 hours a day, Roadside Rescue coverage from Pekin Insurance~ can assist you at every turn. Most importantly, there is no additional charge for this peace-of-mind service. It's another valuable advantage of our VIP Claim Service! Need assistance when changing a tire or running out of gas? You can rest easy while on the road. Call your local Pekin Insurance Agent today about the details of this valuable service. Roadside Rescue ... going Beyond the expected)~ Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insur /nce Agency, 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 www.pekininsurance.corr Cookbook's Gone To Press Nearly 700 recipes were collected from area resi- dents. Guess what section is the largest.., hint .... How sweet it is. Delivery of the cook- books is expected the end of October - just in time for Christmas. To reserve a cookbook stop by Salt Creek Attic and leave your name, phone number, and number of cookbooks you want. The ladies will call you. The cookbook contains recipes, photos, and general history. Proceeds go to the 175~ Anniversary Committee to help sponsor the July 2011 celebration. Many thanks to all that submitted recipes, And, Spe- ,cial Thanks to Gini Bertoni for all of her help. Book sponsor is Salt Creek Attic. Don't stub your toe in the dark; buy a Christmas on Vin- egar Hill night-light. For'S15 you can brighten a hallway. The night-lights ~re available at The Farmers Bank, Illi- nois National Bank, and Salt Creek Attic. Proceeds help fund "Christmas on Vinegar Hill", November 20 - 21. Girls Softball 2010 - Back Row-left to right: Kaylee Wilham, Autumn Benhart, Makayla Stewart, Olivia Cooper, Emma Aylesworth & Claire Coogan. Front Row-left to right: Kate- lyn Eskew, L eah Beckers,.Paige Pearson & Elaine Aylesworth. Not pictured: Cassidy Walton Team Sponsor: Stahl's Furniture. Coached by: Aaron Wilham. Assistant Coaches: Matt Pearson. Chad Cooper & Bobby Eskew. JANETTE COOPER Photo Save the Date Saturday, December 4 will be "Christmas on the Hill". Part of the festiv- ities is the home tour; details to be announced. Salt Creek Attic sponsors the home tour. Proceeds will go to the 175~ Anniversary Celebration Committee for the July 2011 celebration. 6 Does Decking = Landscape Waste? By Mike Lakin Th~ City discovered some lumber from a deck at the city burn pile. A curious discovery since only brush and landscape waste can he taken to the burn pile. The decking also had a distinct color on it. When a J.U.L.I.E. dig request was received at City Hall. the order to mark the =% requested area was sent out. When the city went out to t~ mark its lines, it was noticed ,, that the house was of the same, distinct, color that was on the decking dumped at the burn pile. When the remnants of a deck was discovered, the owner was asked what had been done with the old deck- ing. The owner said it had been taken to the city burn pile. The owner added that the neighbor said it was OK to do that. It wasn't. The owner was told the decking was found. Found right next to the sign that says.., paraphrasing - don't dump anything but land- scape waste. After hauling the decking to the burn pile, the owner had to haul the decking by home. No report on ~hether the misinforming neighbor helped haul the decking back home. Free neighborly advice., often, priceless. Though, sometimes, pretty work intensive. A good sermon has a good begiRning and a good ending. And the two are as close togethe~ as possible - George Burns " FATHER'S DAY, 2010 - Left to right, Dan W., W. Earl, Daniel W. and Derek W. Phillips. I:ree Estimates Shawn 414-5413 Fred 566-3427 NJSA Summer Spectacular During the first week of July, the NJS /(National Junior Swine Association) held their annual hog show in Louis- ville, Kentucky. This show consists of breeding stock from the breeds of Duroc, Yorkshire, Landrace, and Hampshire hogs. Several Elkhart kids showed their hogs in the show including Carley Bobell, daughter of Jim and Sandy Bobell; Ella Bobell, daughter of Ben and Haylee Bobell; Landon Smith, son of Rob and Alyssa Smith; and Ellen Olson, daughter of John and Ann Olson, granddaughter of Jeane Connolley. Ellen is shown above with her Duroc gilt that placed third overall in the Duroc show that consisted of approxi- mately 300 hogs. She placed first overall in the Bred and Owned Class of Durocs.