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5 t = b I,d O t,d FALL FESTIVAL CHIU COOKOFF had eight entries of chili and approximately 20 people paid $2 each to try every chili. The crowd took notes, and decided on their favorite as the three judges decided the winners. Judges were- Richard ?Hebenstreit from Buffs Family Restaurant, Brad Lowery (owner of Centerfield), Andy Meister, and Todd Cyrulik. Chris Urish took home the Grand Prize of $100. Donna Vaughan received 2nd Place of $25 and a Pizza Man Gift Card. Julie Kutz and Haylee Bobell received the People's PHOTO - Left to Right - Donna Vaughan, Chris Urish, Julie Kutz, and Haylee Bobell. Men can never escape being governed. Either they must govern themselves or they must submit to being governed by others. ~ Theodore Roosevelt Jamestown, VA, April 26, 1907 Plumbing- Heating. Cooling Backhoe Service- Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 Unique Handcrafted Treasures Florals - Country Decor Antiques & So Much More 106 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski Tues-Fri 10-4 & Sat 9-1 792 5117 CARD OF THANKS- We wouldlike to thank everyone for the phone calls, visits, and prayers before and after Doug's surgery. A very special thank you to the family of Mark & Ellen Weber, Dick & Audrey Trump, and Heath & Sarah Cooper for kindly donating your time preparing won- derful meals for our family. A special thank you to Rich & Marilyn Edwards for the delicious cookies. The thoughtfulness and kind words are greatly appreciated. We are reminded at dif- ficult times that we are very fortunate to have such great family, friends, neighbors,'and the family of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church. Doug & Tiffany Beggs MPHS STUDENT COUNCIL will Trick-or- Treating for Canned goods during trick- or-treating hours on Halloween. All food collected will be taken to the Logan County Food Pantry. Your participation is greatly appreciated. POUTICAL LETI'ERS discussing the truth or falsity of political TV ads will not be pub lished. If you have issues with either party's political ads, write to the TV station that is running the ads. MT PULASKI TOWNSHIP HISTORICAL SOCI- EI3f MEETS 6:30 pm Monday Oct 29 at the Museum. A MOTORIST driving without a current insurance cardfound this was more serious than she thought. It was off to jail and her car was towed. Citations issued included driving with suspended registration for non-insurance and operating an un-insured vehicle. Maybe, just maybe, it's time to work car insurance into the budget. Officer Todd Bauer was arresting officer. NEXT ISSUE - Thursday Oct. 18. Short A PEORIA COUNTY warrant stretched out to Articles Due 3 pm Monday Oct. 15. Long the 200 block of W. Morgan and tapped the Articles, Photos & Advertising Due 4 pm Mt. Pulaski resident on the shoulder. Officer Friday Oct. 12. Publication of articles sub- Todd Bauer executed the arrest warrant, mired Monday depend on space available. CHESTNUT GEO CENTER 2ND ANNUAL TRUNK & TREAT - Wednesda)~ October 31 5-7pm (Uptown). Anyone who would like to decorate their vehicle or just set up a table is welcome! Kid Friendly Haunted House at the Chestnut Fire Dept. Geo Center will be serving hot chocolate and cookies. Bus: Po~ll Insurance Agcy tnc Oeron Powell, Agent 114 E Cooke Street Mt Pulaski, IL 62548 217-792-3371 Toll Free:877-792-3371 Get your buyout decision to a better state. I have the financial experience to help you weigh the pros and cons of accepting a lump-sum buyout. Get to a better State - CALL ME TODAY. TM