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3 "dead" in the drainage ditch By Mike Lakin That's Bob McCue "dead" in the Lake c;~ Fork Drainage Ditch. t~ Now that Bob McCue has your attention, _~ we'll fill you in. was dead. as you see in the photos, in the heat. He asked if I'd ever had sunburned armpits. No. I hadn't. But Bob has. All in all. Bob had fun in this movie. When his part was completed Bob got in his truck, still caked in mud. That's when a County Sheriff's Deputy drove slowly by. When he saw Bob, the deputy did a quadruple take. After explaining what was Offering Scrumptious - Tuesday - Sunday 11-2:30 Daily Specials At Horsefeathers in Elkhart Delicious Home Cooking at its Best! 104 Governor Oglesby St 217-947-2100 Seasonal Dishes Reservations Accepted Available for Private Functions Major Credit Cards Accepted Carryout Available Plumbing Heating Cooling A student movie going, on the deputy Backhoe Service was filmed in the area asked everyone to ~ of Lake Fork recently, make sure their vehi- Septic Systems ~ Director Tara Austin cles were completely " - - - put this movie ' off the blacktop for m together. And Bob's safety reasons. part was to be a For the curious, ~~~~ derelict that died. Director Tara Austin ,t ou itisnt isin e otoin e 4 Funks Grove, the sleeveless top with movie is called two of her assistants. ~ | G H -~ "Funks Grove The Pretty much ignoring $ N LE PREHIU Movie. "Dead Bob". From what Bob One comment made OEFE~RED ANNU|TY said, his part was pretty grueling. He was "well coated" in Lake Fork Ditch mud. Lots an d lots of mud. Then after makeup was done. he had to be dead. Dead for up to 4-hours at one point. Bob said he was, this is probably the longest Bob McCue has ever been "quiet". Cheryl McCue snapped the photos. Mount Pulaski High School Golf News We started practice on August 12 this year as set up On Monday, August 24, we played Macon-Meridian by the IHSA for member schools. The Elks were very at M owe aqua and won by a good margin. Our medal- generous in allowing us to have our tryouts for all the ist was Keegan Gibbs with a 41. On Tuesday, August students. We had 27 sign up last spring, with a final of 25, we played Hartsburg-Emdeu at the Oaks and won 17 trying out for the team. by a small margin. The medalist there was Mitchell Mr. Powell and I had a lot of fun with those who were . Holmes with a 36. Our Junior Varsity also played and trying out. Our team this year is made up of the varsity: won. Our medalist for the Junior Varsity was Bowen Logan Faucon, Justin Knauer, Keegan Gibbs, Mitch- Casper with a 40. ell Holmes, Kyle Przykopanski, and Shawn Knauer. This past Saturday, we played an 18-hole match The junior varsity team: Cory Titus, Jacob Stoll, Ryan with 12 other teams at Greenview. This is called the Amidon. Bowen Casper, Christoper Wernsing, Bryan Bulldog Open. We placed 9th in this tournament with McCawley; with the alternates being: William Werns- Mitchell Holmes tying for ninth for an individual ing, Janson Cooper, Trenton Trump, Chase Bailey, and medal. Mitch shot an 84. This year's total was 19 shots Donald Klumpp. better than last year. The most important thing is we It is our plan to have each of the JV and Alternates are having fun. which relaxes the players and helps play at least 1 match during the season, them to play b~tter. We opened with the Lincoln High School best ball Coach Wernsing fivesome and scored 10 strokes better than last year. Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, ~- 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski Hi From Avon If anybody wants to contact me, my temporary address is 1005 Deca- tur St.. Lincoln, IL 62656 - Phone 732-2527 Margaret Lahr Seeking Names & Addresses American Legion Auxiliary Sponsoring Luncheon Honoring Military Personnel Freedom is not free. Thankfully, this nation has men and women who are committed to serving, defend- ing, and protecting its citizens. When we enter the holiday sea- sons. the American Legion Aux- iliary will sponsor a luncheon to honor our area military personnel. We are seeking names and addresses of all area men and women who are in the military. This includes those serving on for- eign soil, state side. and in the Guard or Reserve. Please call Phyllis Meister (792-5151), Dorothy Mason (792-5470), or Dolly Buckles (792-5328) with this information. Tickets for the luncheon will be available at a later date. Proceeds from the meal will be used to sup- port our area service men and women. .:::: i~ ............ ~ ....