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3 Getting To Know You... And The Word Mount Pulaski Chris- tian Church is excited to introduce a new series of small group Bible study sessions beginning this Fall. These groups provide a great opportunity to fellowship with other believers as we study and discuss His Word  together. z Remember, .B.I.B.L.E. is, after all, a clever , acronym for the Book i itself: Basic Instruc- tions Before Leaving Earth. It is a power- ful gift from God and teaches believers how to live their lives accord- = ing to God's Will. A variety of subjects will be included when the small groups begin this Fall. To,pies avail- able include: basic material for new believ- ers, prayer, the lo Commandments, and a video series called "The Truth Project." A few subjects are yet to be decided. You may wish to call the church office if you have questions, 792-5417. of Thi : By Mike Lakin Shirley Holmes men- tioned another bit of information about Ott Allison's Tavern in Mt. Pulaski. Her grandfather never had a telephone in the tavern. He didn't want wives calling him to see if their husband was there. A social aspect of the establishment was that -no women were allowed. A hard and fast rule, with one IST, JOHN'S I LUTHERAS I CHURCH] The Little Church That Could" 5:30PM Saturday Services t 0AM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 Groups will be offered on Sunday, Monday, Wednesday . (morning and evening Sessions) and Friday evenings. Because each small group size is limited to z2 individuals, please make prompt contact with the church office in case you're interested in participating. All sessions are open to the public, free of charge, and church membership is not required. Small study groups such as these build community fel- lowship and commit- ment. If the need for more small groups is realized, we'll be happy to comply. We'd love to have any- body who wants to join us and become more acquainted daily with His precious Word Won't you come join us as we live, learn, and grow in faith? We hope to see you SOOn. Submitted by Pat Straumann %' That exception. Shirley said if her grandmother had to get a hold of Ott she would send Shirley in to give Otta message. Shirley was just a little tyke and when she walked in, the entire tavern would go quiet. And, remain quiet until she delivered the mes- sage to Ott and left, closing the door behind her. Big Wednesday's Back... Hey, kids.., we're great meals. Volunteers back in action begin- keep the program up ning Wednesday night, and going, and they September 15, at 5: do a really great job 3op, in First Christian of supporting its func- Church's Family Life tions. And, the number Center. A full dinner of kids who attend is begins at 5:30. It's not highly encouraging as only delicious, but also they grow in faith and very inexpensive for" all. fellowship with one Children pay $I catch, another. adults pay $2 each, or There are two ses- an entire family will sions throughout the pay $69nly. fall-winter season: After the meal, kids the first session runs K through 5th grade, from September 15 to will enjoy the next November 17. With a hour, from 6:30 to 7: break for the holidays, 3o, being entertained Big Wednesday will with singing, games, resume in January for study, etc. Junior bible another ten weeks. study begins from 6:30 Kids, come join the to 7:3oand Senior bible fun and food on Big study, 7:45 to 8:45. Wednesdays. Bring a Big Wednesday has friend.., it's open to all. been a very popu- Call the First Chris- lar program for the tian Church office 792- community's youth the 5417 if you have any past fall-winter sea-questions. sons. Open to all, it's a Submitted by welcome break in mid- Pat Straumann week, for lots of fun and Changes to HOPE The HOPE Mobile will not travel Septem- ber 2-6 and Septem- ber 8. October 5 and 19 - 25 will be dental only. No primary or preven- tive healthcare services will be available. Starting November 1... The third Wednes- day of each month the unit will be in Latham in the morning. This changes will allow Latham to utilize the Nurse Practitioner ser- vices. A Nurse Practi- tioner has not traveled to Latham in almost two years. Odd Fellow Heritage Apartments Affordable housing for qualified people Buffalo - Williamsville - Illiopolis For information call: 217- 364-4828 or 217-341-6453 217-737 REYNOLDS ROOF,.8 0548 For all kinds of people, for all kinds of reasons .,. Pekin Insurance  and your professional Pekin Insurance Agent understand there's more to insurance than the pol:y, it's the people who matter most. We strive to offer you the most comprehensive policies, whether it be for your home, auto, life, health, or business, at premiums tKat will fit your individual bud9et. Call your Pekin Insurance Agent for insurance that goes Beyond the expected.  To make a difference for you! Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, = 124 S. washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 www.pekininsurance.com The Latham Fire Fighters would like to thank the following "Area Merchants" whogave prizes for their 61't Annual Ice Cream Social Ace Hardware-Lincoln Al's Barber Shop-Chestnut Bank of Chestnut Bank of Latham Barrett's Upholstery Latham Big B-Warrensburg Blackburn & Sharp Bo-Jac Seed Company Buena Vista National Bank- Warrensburg Buff's Family Restaurant Mt. Pulaski Burris Seed-Warrensburg Carpet House of Lincoln CC Roger Elevator-Latham Cenex-Warrensburg Central IL. Ag-Clinton Chestnut Family Restaurant Country Mutual- Larry Medaris-Mt. Pulaski Cross Bros-Mt. Pulaski Culver's-Lincoln Dairy Bar-Mt Pulaski Darlene Bagalka DJ Nails & Spa of Lincoln Domino's Pizza-Lincoln D'tails Dog Grooming Mr. Pulaski Downing, Przykopanski, Clements, May and Potter Insurance-ME Pulaski Edward Jones-Lincoln Family Video-Lincoln The Farmers Bank of Mt Pulaski Farmers Grain-Chestnut Sth Street Mart-Lincoln Fricke:-. Calver t-Schrader Funeral Homes Gloria Colebar-Latham Graue-Llncoln Hayes Garag. Pulaski IGA of Lincoln Jimmy John's-Lincoln Johnson's Food Center MI. Pulaski Johnson True Value Mt. Pulaski Korner Cafe-Latham Gary Kra! I-Latham Lake Fork Fertilizer Latham Fire and Rescue Latham Prairie Village Lincoln Chamber of Commerce Lincoln College Lincolnland Communication-Lincoln Logan Lanes-Lincoln McDonald's-Lincoln Mike Maske-Mt. Pulaski Millikin-Decatur Moriearty Insurance of Lmcoln Motor tane-Latham Mt. Pulaski Park District Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy NAPA-Lincoln North Fork Tree Farm Mt. Pulaski O'Reilly's-Lincoln Pizza Hut-Lincoln Pizza Man-Mt. Pulaski Skip Proctar-Latham Romer Bros-Bearsdale Sandy Elsasser-Latham Stacy's Pharmacy-Lincoln State Farm-Mt. Pulaski Darrin Powell Subway of Lincoln The Treasure Chest Mt. Pulaski TJ's BBQ-Lincoln Terry's Custom-Latham Mike Timmons Trucking Warrensburg Towers Fire Apparatus Unique Images-Lincoln Van Horn-Warrensburg Louie Voile Plumbing Mt. Pulaski Walker Tire-Clinton Warrensburg Mini Storage Jim Xamis-Linco!n The Fire Fighters would like to thank... All those who brought tractors and cars to show... Dean Bryson and Evan Hall Auctioneers... All those who donated in any way... All the people who supported the Ice Cream Social - not only from Latham but all the surrounding communities. The Latham Fire Fighters Say Thanks Again