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; BETSY ULRICH, D.D.S M.S. SIKORA, D.D.S. SUGARCREEK ORTHODONTICS, P.C. 200 S. Towanda Ave. 400 North Chicago St. Normal, IL 61761 Lincoln, IL 62656 (309) 452-7445 (217) 732-1073 Plumbing. Heating. Cooling Backhoe Service. Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 I St. John's Lutheran Church "The Uttle Church That Could" 5:30PM " Sunday Services W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 2 502 Mt. Pulaski American Legion Ryman-Fuiten Post 447 -" 104 Scroggin Ave. ~l~~v~M~. Mt. Pulaski ~A,=~ you book your reservation for Catering Meetings Wedding Receptions Parties Call Mike for Reservations 217-855-6549 Mt. PuLaski Library Holloween Ploy Thursday October 19 You are invited to the library at 7Pm for the Library Kids Halloween Play '~ Party at Witchy's House." Refreshments served at the play. Topper Lodies: Out & About Our group assembled for lunch and good conversation at Char Grill in Springfield, Tuesday, September 19. Just offDirksen Park- way, it serves a wide variety of cuisine with reasonable prices. The wait staff was efficient and extremely courteous. Having arrived a bit early, they allowed me to come in and even helped me cart in and set up for our group table. I served as hostess and we do decorate the table ahead of dining and provide a door prize. My co- hostess (Shirley Haley) was unable to attend. The food was very good: a horseshoe, cheese soup, and sandwiches seemed to be favored this particular day. Many of us car- ried food home. Few desserts were ordered, but the chocolate desserts that were ordered, looked scrumptious to me! Each attendee received a tall'wooden scare- crow arrayed in Fall colors. Shirley Haley had made the door prize. It, too, contained a Fall scarecrow which was surrounded by candy and sitting in a deco- rated tin tub. Sandra Ohler took the door prize home. We were pleased to have a guest, Judy Mills, who had just moved to Springfield from Lin- coln the preceding weekend. All welcomed her and invited her back anytime. October 17 luncheon will be at the Village Tea Room, 3301 Robbins Road, in Springfield. We will be meeting there at Noon, which represents a time change from our usual ses- sions. Co-hostesses are Marllyn Edwards and Jenny Sams. Please call either of them ahead of the October 17 date to be assured of res- ervations. We always have an enjoyable time why not come join us? Submitted by Pat Straumann OUR WEATHER 2017 The official National Weather Service rainfall for the Mt. Pulaski Observation Location for August was a total of 1.51" By Day- Rain 08-02 0.04 08-17 0.03 08-23 0.04 08-06 0.02 08-19 0.05 08-28 0.04 08-11 0.28 08-22 0.93 08-29 0.08 TOTAL 1.51" FOR 2017 - So far this year total rain 21.90" and Snowfall 7.4" FOR 2016 - total rain was 38.17". Snowfall was 15.0" FOR 2015 - total rain was 41.14". Snowfall was 23.8" FOR 2014 - total rain was 44.00". Snowfall was 40.6" FOR 2013- total rain was 28.17". Snowfall was 24.0" Mt. PuLaski Fat[ Festival Winners of Jaycee Tractor Pull 30-45 pounds: !st.Emma Haynes, 2nd Andera Rogers, 3rd Caidin Remmert 46-64 pounds: ist Preston Cowan, 2nd Eva Leonard, 3rd Brandy Conrady 65-80 pounds: 1st Aaron Voile, 2nd Beau Tschantz, 3rd Alyson Murphy 6 O