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3 ! D I-I t~ O I,,,t OI Book Sale - Storytime - Memory Books The Mt. Pulaski Library's used book sale will be held Labor Day week, September 8-12, during library hours. Tues.- Thurs. 10-7, Fri. 10-5, and Sat. 9-1. We have a very large selection of cookbooks, junior non-fiction and Christian fiction this year. Books are $5.00 a bag, or hardback $1.00, paperback 75c, audio/video $1.00 each. Saturday will be buck-a-bag day. We have also been cleaning out our storage area, and have a wide variety of children's toys and games for sale. Check out our Facebook page. A big thank you to everyone who donated items this year. The proceeds from our sale go towards the purchase of new materials for the library. On October 20, fall storytime, for children K-3, starts, and runs until December 8. Come and join the fun, hear a story, make a craft and enjoy a snack. Memory Books In memory of Tim Rucks Ew, ry Day I Fight Given by the Beccue Family In memory of Dean Bryson Grow All You Can Eat in 3 Square Feet Given by Mt. Pulaski Women in Business In memory of Jo Ellen Maske Cool Stuff To Photograph Given by the Butkovich family League of Beastly Dreadfuls . Gooseberry Park and the Master Plan Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue In memory of Bill Rucks Keep Your Eye On The Ball Given by Scott and Sandy Remmert 100 of the Worst Ideas In History Given by Roger and Karen Edgecombe Sports Illustrated For Kids Sports-O-Rama Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue Grid Iron Showdown Softball Surprise Bad Luck Bushetball Weird Zone Sports Chicago Bulls ,- Given by Roberta and Ed Ingram ANTIQUES...available at Salt Creek Attic Mt. Pulaski American Legion Ryman-Fuiten Post 447 104 Scroggin Ave. - Mt. Pulaski your II Catering Meetings Wedding Receptions Parties Check Our PricesI Call Mike for Reservations 217-855-6549 50th Wedding Anniversary Fred and Patsy (Starr) Lipp of Mt. Pulaski celebrated their 50"' wedding anniversary on Sept. 2, 2015. They were married in Benton Harbor, Michigan, in St. Mark's Lutheran Church. They are parents of two sons, Fred, III (Pam) of Riverton and Jeffrey S. (in heaven). There are two grandchildren - Charlotte and Samuel. Fred retired from Williamsville/Sher- man school district after 32 years of teaching. Patsy was a sec- retary for the City of Mt. Pulaski for 15 years and Dr. Kenneth Schmidt for 13 years. To celebrate, a family trip to Seattle/Alaska was enjoyed in July. They were also celebrating Fred and Pain's 25* wedding anniversary, which will be Oct. 27, 2015. Topper Ladies Out & About: The September luncheon date has now been changed to 11:30a "Ihesday, Sept. 15, at Chesapeake House in Spring- field. ... and I'm one of them. My customers know who to turn to for help with their insurance and financial needs. Don't stress over figuring it out on your own. I exist to.assist, CALL ME TODAY, StateFarm 1408566. ! State F~m, Home 0f~ice, B~mit~n, IL