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HandWash Detailing Start.s at 222 E. Flora Ave. Mr. Fulaeki Dave Ricke00s 792-5785 Goodbye Bottles. Hello Culligan! ; $9.95/MONTH ', I Rent a Culligan Water I I System for $9.95/month for I I the first three billing cyclesl I Dealer participation may very. Limited time I offer. Not valid with 0ther 0ffers,2013 I I Culligan International Company. I I=m,r w. l.m, =xl d,.ide" Culligan Lincoln I 217-728-1801 St John's Chicken Noodle Dinner St. John's Lutheran Church of Mt. Pulaski will serve the dinner 11:00am-l:30pm Saturday Octo- ber 19. Chicken 'N Noodles $3, Barbeque $2 - Pie $1.75, and Salad $1 - Drink 50 Cents. Carry-Out Available. Thank You From Robert Gasaway Thanks you for the cards, letters, calls, and personal congratulations, following the baseball field dedica- tion. Thanks also to Allen Schaal for the photos. Thank You From Earl Phillips Thanks to friends and family for the cards (66 total) and visits on my 94th birthday. Your kind words, thoughts "and efforts made an already special day, unforget- table. Thank you all very much. Thank You From Lois Schahl I wish to thank my doctors Herrin and Kasa and nurses for their excellent care that I received at A.L.M Hospital when I had knee surgery. Also thanks to all who vis- ited, sent cards, or brought flow- ers. They were all appreciated. A big thank you to my daughter Jean who came and stayed with me for two weeks when I came home. I couldn't have made it without you. God Bless all... Syrian President Assad says he wants the U.S. to pay them $1 Billion to clean up their chemical weapons. Zion Lutheran Church & School's 4th Annual ELAINA - Matthew and Angela White welcomed this little bundle of joy on June 15 at 7:28pm. She was 71b 6oz and 22 in long, Elaina has an older brother, Hunter White (Lincoln), and grandparents are Charles and Wanda Dumire (Mt. Pulaski), Carol Sutton (Mt. Pulaski), and Michael and Lynn White (Lincoln). Looking for Missing Tools HiUtopper Yearbooks By Mike Lakin Mt. Pulaski Museum is looking Chief Lynn Freer took a report for copies of the following Hilltop- of the theft of tools from a storage per yearbooks: The years of 1936 building. A relative was suspected, thru 1938, 1948, 1972-1977 and and the police axe attempting to locate him. Criminal Damage By Mike Lakin Chief Lynn Freer took a report of damage to construction equip- ment involving a cut cable. The- initial estimate of repair is $5,000. There are no suspects, but the report is open. Security cameras are operating at the location. Meet Oct 12 8 Logan County Democrats will meet 10am Saturday, October 12 at Lincoln Public Library. All . Logan County Democrats are wel- come to attend. The Democrats will serve Ra2ye . Sandwiches at Lincoln IGA 10am- ,- mr. 2pm Saturday, October 26. Trunk or Trea Saturday, October 26 From 4-7PM 1989. If you would be willing to donate a yearbook from any of these years, please call Sue SchaITenacker at 792-5693 or email sueeddie@fron- These are needed to complete our high school yearbook library. Egyptian authorities detained a swan that was suspected of being a spy because it was wear- ing a tracke r Bring This Newspaper Ad and be entered into a drawing for great prizesl Lots of Candy  Cake Walk  Hayrack Rides ]) Costume Contests Light Dinner Served  Carmel Apples & Hot Drinks Dress up and make this a family-oriented night to rememberl Imagine dozens of decorated cars and their owners ready to give out candy, youl Topper Red Hatters: On the go... Being unable to attend Tuesday, September 17th's Red Hat lun- cheon at Centrum in Springfield, I apologize for not being able to describe the food quality, wait ser- vice, and etc. Our Red Hat Group will next meet ll:30am Tuesday, Octo- ber 15 at the Blue Dog in Lin- coln. Please call either co-hostess to confirm your reservation: Linda Dierker 792-5312, or Pat Strau- mann 792-5660. We love having guests so just call one of us if you'd like to go. We have a lot of fun, laughter, and visiting. Of course, we always ENJOY A GOOD LUNCH! Any- body's welcome to join us. Submitted by Pat Straumann You Are Invited Thursday October 17 at 7PM the Kids of the Mt. Pulaski Library will be giving their 15-minute Play... "If You're a Monster and You Know It... Stomp". Players must be at the Lrary at 6:30pro to get ready. Refreshments wiU be served after the play. Please come and join us for A "Monster-ous" Good Time. Bring a Friend or Two. Sunday October 20 at 2PM the 2 d Performance will be presented at the Vonderlieth Activity Room. Players must be there at l:30pm to get ready. "For at one time you were darkness, but now you are light in the Lord. Walk as children of light for the fruit of light is found in aft that is good and fight and true.." Ephesians 5:8-9 . .The. ua00ryoar Family Fun-Free of Charge! This event is a gift from the families of Zion Lutheran Church. Zion Lutheran Church & School 203 S. Vine St., Mt. Pulaski For more info 217-792-5965 / office@, r IS OPEN ALL WINTER October starts winter hours 11-7 pm - Grill open 11-7pm Drive thru opens Oct I Updated Menu Adding Gyros... Yes Gyros - Philly Cheese Sandwich Sweet Potato Waffle Fries Smothered Chicken or Pork Chop Dinner - each served with mashed potatoes and corn 792-3782 Our family hopes you come out and support our business. 0 =s D 0 0