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7 MPTHS Meeting News From Mt. Pulaski Township Historical Legion Auxiliary i Society is having a fundraiser. The organization is raffling a quilt. Raffle Submitted By- tickets are $1 each (6 tickets for $5). Marge Caley- Secretary Drawing is Sat. evening during the Legion Auxiliary #447, met Wed. Fall Festival tent dinner. " July 11 at the Post Home in Mt Dolly Bucldes and Maxine Downing Pulaski. Meeting was postponed due recently made quilt on the Mt. Pulaski to first Wed. falling on 4th of July. museum's 1800's quilt rack. TheAfter the joint meeting with Legion quilt's design utilizes an old "Broken and Sons of Legion, President Rhonda Star" fabric pattern that Wally Kautz Mattern called the meeting to order donated to the museum it had with the recitation of the Preamble to = belonged to Wally's grandmother. The quilt is on view in the museum. 2012 MPTHS Memberships: 107 paid (21 unpaid). Monday Sept. 24 Fred Lipp .will ,o do a show & tell on his family's 1915 ,0 Model-T Ford, which was purchased bo in Mt. Pulaski (new in 1915) by his grandfather, Albert Lipp. Fred will conduct the presentation outside in front of the museum (south side of square) - he will discuss many facets of these old cars, spare parts, what was used instead of the gas pedal, etc. Rides will be offered fol- lowing his talk. The talk will begin at 6:30, with the business meeting moved upto 6pm. Museum hrs: Tues thru Sat (Noon - 4 pm) Museum Phone: 792 - 3719 Sue Schaffenacker, President Joyce Maxheimer, Secretary Tom Stephens, Treasurer Gini Bertoni, Membership Waneta Stephens, Correspondence Secretary Submitted By - Phil Bertoni, Publicity MARK R =ETER, of Mt. Pulaski, received his Master of Business Administration Degree from the Bel- levue University of Nebraska. BOY SCOUT TROOP 122 would like to thank everyone that supported our porkchop sales on 4th of July, July 14, and July 28. The sales were great successes! Your support stays in Mt. Pulaski and directly helps our boys pay for camping trips and supplies. Watch for future porkchop sales at Johnson's Food Center. HABITAT FOR HUMANITY is offering raffle chances for a Playhouse and Quilt. Winners will be drawn during the Railsplitter Festival in September. Chances for both are $2 each or 3 for $5. The Playhouse will be displayed at the Balloon Fest and Railsplitter Fesfiva CONSERVING WATER - If it's yellow, let it mellow If it's brown, flush it down Anonymous our Constitution. Chaplain Sams gave the. Prayer for Peace. Dolly Buckles reported that members had 169 volun- teer hours for June. Officers for 2012 - 2013 were elected and installed President - Rhonda Mattern Vice President - Phyllis Beccue Treasurer - Dorothy Mason Secretary - Marge Caley Chaplain - Mary Buckles Sergeant At Arms - Lola Toohey Meeting adjourned at 8:30 pro. Members are encouraged to attend meetings and bring a friend; someone who is a member, or someone inter- ested in becoming a member. By Mike Laki~ OChief Lynn Freer routinely ran a license plate that came back showing the registered owner had a suspended driver's license. He observed the Mt. Pulaski resi- dent putting sacked items into the front passenge seat. Asked for her drivers license and proof of insurance, she provided a valid insurance card but stated that she knew-her license was suspended. Asked why she would be driving on a suspended drivers license she stated, "I thought it would be alright." She stated that she had just pur- chased some items for her boyfriend and was trying to locate him among the cornfields along the highway. She said that he was "on the run because of a warrant" and was "hiding out in the cornfield" because a Logan County Deputy was looking for him. She said she was only driving in order to find her boyfriend and asked for a break. No break, the driver was taken into custody and transported to the Logan County Jail where she was issued a citation for driving suspended. Sec- retary of State records showed the driver's suspension had been in effect since September 20, 2007. She had one previous conviction for driving while suspended. In Other News Folsom, California is charging anyone who needs paramedics $225. Scientists have discovered a molecule that kills the bacteria that can cause tooth decay. The kids' newspaper Weekly Reader has folded after being around since 1928. The French are demanding the Crown Jewels of England as compensation for the 1499 murder of Edward Plantagenet. Canada is approaching a record number of UFO sightings this year, averaging about three every day. Sltlllf ever 50~ 17-Pc. Tie Down Kit Includes two 10' ratchet tie downs, two 6' cambuckles, 50' poly rope and 12 I~=ngees in assorted sizes, reg. 29.99 H 153 209 B6 While sz~ppt~s ~ast SAVE 01'11101t 12-Pk. Big Roll Bath Tissue or 6-Pk. 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