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5 - Mt. Pulaski Times October 5, 2010 Farm Credit Services of Illinois' Lincoln office deliv- ers the message of safe farming during National Farm Safety and Health Week with their Meals In The Field program. Each year Farm Credit Services provides meals to area farmers to reinforce the importance of farm safety. It's a time for farmers to take a break, have a good hot lunch and relax during the hectic harvest season. One of this year's recipients was Norm Maxheimer of Lincoln. In addition to receiving lunch, John Hartman, Vice President, Farm Credit Services also presented Norm a farm safety kit and water jug. City of Mt. Pulaski MICHAEL L. MORRIS for LOGAN COUNTY BOARD DISTRICT #3 I WOULD APPRECIATE YOUR VOTE ON NOVEMBER 2ND Mattress/Furniture Overstock Clearance 30-60% Off Mattress sets starting at ;100 Sofa's starting at $299 All brand new withfull warranties Delivery Available Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE Building & Remodeling FOR SALE - Trumpet, exc. FOR SALE - 1925 Ford T Bucket, fiberglass body, 325 Chevy, 4 spd-auto, $6,500 o/b/o, 217-871-8496 FOR RENT - 2 bdrm Apt. - Mt. Pulaski, lease, references, depost, 737-0347 or 792-5313 FOR RENT - 2 Bdrm house, lease available, 737-0347 or 792-5313 FOR RENT - 1 Bdrm house, w/small car garage, new bath & floodng, new paint, mowing - snowplowing of drive included, range 8, refdg, furnished, ideal for 1 person, non-smoking house, 792-5191 FOUND AT PHARMACY - Still looking for your car keys? Stop by Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy. They have two sets of unclaimed Car keys. GIVEAWAY - Woman's colored cond. w/case. $400 OBO, 972- uniforms, 3,XL tops, Is. pants 8563 FOR SALE - Real Estate work- books for real estate classes; prepare to be a real estate agent, 217-796-3519 FOR SALE - Seasoned Oak fireplace wood, 792-5198 FOR SALE - Nice used French Horn, new case included, 454- 1968 - 792-5459 GIVEAWAY - Two Bruins bas- ketball slipover jackets, 1-large & 1-X-large - 792-5459 WANTED - Metal or wood cabi- net for garage 671-0771 GARAGE SALE - SoL Oct. 16 from 8 am to 1pro, craft items plus misc., 312 N. Washington - Mt. Pulaski FIREWOOD You pick up $75 Mon-Sat., 9-4 behind Casey's in Mason City or delivered trailer load same as pickup or face cord $85. Craig 309-840-0166 or ayne "/37-B4 I FOR SALE - Used lx6 Cypress Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-' four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe Pefiodica~ Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski. IL 62548 POSTMASTER: fencing boards & 4x4 oak posts, Send address changes to: -t 792-5480 Mr. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin, FOR SALE - Garden cart, good 311 S. Washington St., shape w/new tires; old Coco Mt. Pnlaski, lllinois62548 Cola cooler w/storage space; Original Star Wars stuff- most in Office: 217-792-5557 packages; Abb lounger - brown cloth, 671-0771 Mt. Pulaski Volleyball Coach Donna Dulle has reached 30-years as the Lady Topper's coach... 25 regional titles... 11 total state appearances... and two state championships Last week Coach Dulle added another record - 900 victories when the Lady Toppers took the win at PetersburgPORTA The record says, Coach is the fourth Illinois high school volleyball coach with 900 career vtctories. But, she is the first public high school volleyball coach to reach 900 victories. In addition to coaching the Lady Toppers to their 90ffh victory, Coach Dulle has also coached the Junior High Honeybears to ten 7m 8th Grade IESA State Titles. Coach Dulle's work has resulted in the Lady Toppers bringing home 21 straight regional titles from 1984-2004. Steve Hahn attended the Route 66 Car Show in Springfield. This must have been the most interesting. Five,'count 'era', five Starsky & Hutch cars. Mt. Pulaski Students of the Month 7th Grade - Hannah Freer Daughter of Lynn and Barb Freer of Mt. Pulaski. 6th Grade - ELi Olson Son of Joseph and Angela Olson of Elkhart. 8th Grade- Julia Beccue Daughter of Jeffrey and Jeanie Beccue of Mt. Pulaski. "Dilemma" What a dilemma I've been in! A few weeks ago, I was having trouble reading my music. I could even. read small print on the TV better without my glasses. Ron was going to our optom- etrist, so I had him make an appointment for me. When we arrived there, the Dr. told me I had on the wrong pair of glasses. It-seems the last pair they sold me had trifocals and I had on bifocals, so somebody F had my glasses and I had theirs. lorence's I've been searching and haven't found them yet, so I plan to buy a new pair. If I should find them orner I'U have two parrs.. On the Lighter Side- A church- affiliated senior-citizen apart- ment complex in Winter Park, Fla., serves its meals cafeteria-style. There are two lines: one for the walkers and wheelchairs, and one for those without handicaps. Residents call the lines "Cane" and "Able". Food for Thought- Romans 8:28 And we knowothat those who love God all things work together for good. ilolneylDear Review By Coach Anderson Honeybears Open Their Season the Honeybears with 9 points and scoring for the Eagles were Wil- With A Split AgainstAthens 3 rebounds. Whitney Nichols and" 1Jams, Sielaff, and Johnson each At Cantrall - Whitney Nichols / ngel, Reno each, scored 5 points scored a bucket. Brooke Soeb- led the 8th grade Honeybears with apiece. Julia Becc-ae actded,3 points bing led the Wolverines with 10 18 points and 10 rebounds, as the and Maggie Olson added 1 point, points. For WLB, Froebe scored 4 Honeybears over came at 20 - 10 First Day of Carroll Catholic points, Hoffert scored 2 points, and decifit at halftime and went on to Tournament Kate Benner scored 3 points. CEL win in overtime 32 29. Julia At Carroll Catholic - St. Agnes cruised past Cathedral by a score Beccue had 6 points and 2 rebounds, beat Zion in the opener 39 of 43 - 13. Megan Jackson paced Alec Hayes had 4 points and 2 - 30. Leading the Zion Eaglesthe Panthers with 14 points. Kris- rebounds, and Angel Reno and was Grace Wakers wit 15 points tin Englehardt scored '9 points, BreAnna Rentmeister each added a Alyssa Cox with 6 points, andLauren Block scored 8 points,, bucket. As a team, the Honeybears Faith Smith with 4 points. The Naomi Bailey scored 5 points, shot 10 of 14 from the free throw Carroll Catholic/New Holland-and Brighton Robbins scored 3 line. Middletown. Crusaders won" the points. Carroll Catholic/New Hol- The 7th grade Honeybears had second game 18 - 9 against West land Middletown was down 13 - 4 a tough time of slowing down the Lincoln-Broadwell. Lexi Tibbs lead during the beginning of the second Athens Braves and lost 29 -'5. Bre- CCS/NHM with 12 points. Han- half and almost pulled off a come Anna Rentmeister and Lilly Pickett nah Cameron scored 2 points and from behind victory during the third each scored a bucket, while Alex- Kourmey McAllister scored 4 game of the evening. Yet their last andra Beckers added a point from points. The Wolverines were led by two attempts from the field came up the free throw line. Lauren Powell Katlyn Hoffert with 6 points, Kate short and they lost a heart breaker led the 7th grade Honeybears with Bermer with 2 points, and Brooke 13 - 12. Melissa Van had 4 points, 8 rebounds. The 7th and 8th grade Soebbing with 1 point. Nomal Kourtney McAllister had 3 points, Honeybears will host Christ the Metcalf won the third game of the Lexi Tibbs had 3 points, and Emma King on Thursday night, evening against Chester East Lin- Nepellelo had 2 points. Metcalf On,Monday evening, the 5th andcoin 37 - 24, Brighton Robbins led proved to be too much for the Mt. 6th grade Honeybears traveled to the-Panthers with 7 points. Meson Pulaski Honeybears during the final Porto. As hard as each squad tried, Jackson had 6 points, Naor i Bailey game of the evening and won 31 - they simply could not get going had 5 points, Kristeh Engelhardt 11. Alec Hayes led the Honeybears offensively. The 6A team lost 23 had 4 points, and Jenna Irwin had with 6 points and 5 steals. Angel - 3, while the 6B team lost 24 - 2. 2 points. Mt. Pulaski Honeybears Reno added 3, while Julia Beccue Ashley Houser, Alexandra Beckers,' won the fourth game against Cathe- and Whitney Nichols each scored and Emilee Burge each scored for dral. 35 - 12. Whitney Nichols had a point and contributed 4 rebounds their squads. 13 points and 8 rebounds to lead a piece. Honeybears Drop Twd at Home the Honeybears. Alec Hayes and Honeybears Take Third Place At MPGS - The 7th and 8th Julia Beccue each scored 7-points - At CCS - Julia Beccue led the grade Honeybears lost two games a piece. Maggie Olson scored 4 Mt. Pulaski Honeybears (3-2) with to Blessed Sacrament on Saturday points, while Caroline .Huff and 8 points, 3 rebounds, and 5 steals, morning. The 7thgradeHoneybears Miranda Hilliard each scored a which helped propel her team to (0 - 2) lost 24 - 3. Lauren Powell bucket, a 24 - 16 win against the Carroll scored two points and BreAnna Second RoundatCarrollCatholicCatholic/NewHolland-Middletown Rentmeister added one more. Lilly Tournament Crusaders. Alec Hayes had 7 Pickett and BreAnna Rentmei'ster At CCS - The Zion Eagles won points, 3 rebounds, 1 steal, and 1 each had 5 rebounds, the first game of the night by }he assist. Angel Reno had 5 ,points, The 8th grade Honeybears (1 - 1) score of 26 - 18 against WLB. The 5 stezls, and 1 rebound. Whitney tried to keep rolling from their over- scoring leaders for the Eagles were Nichols and Maggie Olson each time win on Tuesday against Athens, Faith Smith with 9 points arid scored a bucket for MPGS. only to lose 46 - 23. Alec Hayes led Grace Wakers with 8 points. Also Thank You "Volley for the Cure" Thanks to all that sup- ported the "Volley for the Cure" Sept. 23. Your sup- port was great. During World War II, the very first bomb dropped on Bedin by the Allies killed the only elephant in the Berlin Zoo. better water, pure and simple. Water Softeners - Iron Filters Bottled Water 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln Joel and Deanna Jacobs Eddie Combs gan Democrats Chili Soup Supper Sunday October 17 with condiments, bread and butter, drink, Logan County Democrats meeting immediately following at 7:00 pm. I ! , WITH THIS AD I |el i a* i am == ~u a= == = I I I I I I I I ! I I I t I I I I N START RIGHT. START HEREY HARDWARE '& GARD ENS Full Service Hardware Store & Greenhouse Local Friendly Service Independently Owned & Operated "Open 7 Days a Week Mon. - Fri. 7:30Am - 6Pro Sat. 7:30Am - 5Pro "Sun, lOAm - 3Pm NEWS & BARGAINS on and on 423 S. Washington St. - Mt. Pulaski ii!i General Contracting Professional Service - Home Town Commitment Licensed- Fully Insured- Bonded License # 104 - 008527