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" ii/ ii: S Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central lllinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. .,400 N. CHICAGO STREET, LINCOLN o BONNIE WACHTER ENJOY YOUR RETIREMENT! 35 at Mt. PulaskiHigh School/ Jill & Joe JEAN BOBELL receives a free hearingloss screening from JOYCE DEARTH, the Hearing Aid Center. Hearing loss is a gradual difficulty in under- standing what is heard. Sometimes the person with hearing loss will avoid social situations, religious services, and movie theaters. An annual screening is strongly recommended for all older adults. DREW JOSEPH RENTMEISTER celebrated his 5 th birthday August 5. Drew is the son of Butch & Jo Rentmeister and the grandson of Dennis & Sue-Van Middlesworth - all of Mt. Pulaski. of This 'n' That By Mike Lakin I Phil Bertoni e-mailed that Mark McDonald, host of the Emmy award-winning series "Illinois Stories" on WSEC/PBS Springfield, will tour the Mt. Pulaski Courthouse and Museum Thursday, October 7 from 3 to 4:30Pm. Mr. McDonald is bringing a bus tour of fifty- people. Winner The Logan County Democrats sponsored a drawing for a gift basket of school supplies at the Logan County Fair. The winner of the gift basket is Linda Vannoy of Lincoln. Submitted By Rebecca Drake Kyley Wyss Receives Scholarship Kyley Wyss, a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School, will receive a $1,5oo scholarship from the Shelter Insurance Foundation. The award is sponsored and partially funded by Shelter Agent Corey Leonard in Lincoln. The recipient Was chosen on the basis of scholas- tic achievements, educational goals, citizenship, moral character, and participation and leadership in school and community activities. The selec- tion was made by a committee of school officials and community leaders. The $1,5oo award will be paid directly to the school the winner selects. The student received a certificate from Shelter Agent Cory Leonard on behalf of the Shelter Foundation. Have power when the power goes out with our Guardian Standby Generators When the power goes out.., and it will.. You can depend on our Guardian Standby Generators for automatic back-up power Fully Automatic 24/7 Protection Permanent Better Than Portables Dave Bassett- John Wyss 105 E. Jefferson St. -Mt. Pulaski lic. #058-12-1898 792-5593 How to Lose a Job in 10 Days Unexpected time off with short notice. Calling in sick on Fridays and Mondays or the day before or after a paid holiday. " Ask the HR dept. about 401k roll over, vacation payout, how much sick leave I saved. Confiding in a peer or boss that you are looking for a new job. Being tardy 5-6 dayswith- out a reason, not calling to advise others. Unexpected medical or dental appointments. Missing deadlines, blaming others for causing your delay. Taking long lunches, leav- ing earlier than your normal time. E-mail, games, internet surfing time, shopping on- line. Water cooler gossip, too much time spent at someone else's desk. Telling your boss rumors about other employees. Complaining about office policy, just too much politics. Setting your boss straight about"what's wrong around . here". Getting caught photo copy- ing your resume. Personal phone calls ' (excessive). A phone fight "" with spouse or friend. Complaining about low moral and "how it used to be". Dress code violations. Wearing a business suit when dress code is business casual. Going to an inter- view? Bill collectors call repeat- edly or file a claim against your paycheck. You are seen taking office supplies.