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e "It's old news, but there's nothing else wrong with it." Mark Twain SMALLTOWN PAPERS INC 217 WCOTA 1 31/ls- SHELTON WA 98584-2263 Tim Polk was recognized by the U.S. Postal Ser- a pole today." He didn't. Joining Tim were - Deanna that the truck has - if memory serves me right - 16-mir- vice for driving his mall truck without an "at fault" acci- Palmquist, Dennis Blaum, Lori Kronshagen, and Colin rors because of blind spots. Tim's got them set "just dent for 30-years. Colin West presented Tim with the West for a photo with the post office truck that helped right." plaque; Tim's thank you included, "I hope ! don't hit Tim eam that plaque. Tim commented not too long ago Times Photo Big Thank You From Mt. Pulaski Lions Club The Mt. Pulaski Lions Club would that was Breanna Keller. This excite- once again like to take the opportunity to ment could not of been possible without thank the community for their support in Snickers the goat, and her trusted stand- our annual fundraisers, by partner Buck, both being owned by The fall festival advertising poster is Bobbie and Daryl Taylor. always a huge success due to your help The Mr. Pulaski Lions Club would and participation. The Mt. Pulaski Lions again like to say a big Thank You to Com- Club Tom Kennedy scholarship, known munity Pride, and everyone else involved, as "Charlie Bingo," was once again a for all the hard work and dedication it time-enhanced thriller. Just taking a total takes in making this event another suc- of about two minutes to produce a winner cess. Thank You The Hunter Safety Course was a success with all par- ticipants completing the Friday-Saturday course and scoring very well. I thank the American Legion Post Home for the opportunity to hold the course at this fine facility and for the meal served on Saturday. John Utterback, Instructor Halloween Party Open House Mt. Pulaski Library will host a Halloween Party Open House 10am-Noon Saturday October 31. Stop in... Decorate a Pumpkin... Have a Cookie. Come in Costume. Published Twice A Month - 24 Issues A Year October 3, 2015 Lightening the Load On a rural road a deputy pulled this farmer over and said: "Sir, do you real- ize your wife fell out of the truck several miles back?" To which the farmer replied: "Thank God, I thought I had gone deafl" Sl