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Lady Kyle and Stacey Hi.el, Evansville WI .......... are the proud parents of a daughter, Kath- ryn Jean Hodel. She was born October 2 and weighed 8 Ib 4 oz 20.5 inches long. Grandparents are Myron and Barb Hodel, Comland and Jim and Peg Wood- yard, Chrisman IL. Great Grandparents are Willis and Irene Woodyard, Chris- man. Won ONE DREAM ENDS ANOTHER BEGINS 40 th Wedding Anniversary Mike and Jan Schultz The couple is celebrating their 40 th Wedding Anniversary November 6. Back row (starting with #2): Maggie Olson, Marissa MaRingly, Alexis Bowles, Chelsea Siembida, Cady Lowery, Whit- Wed. Oct. 26, Mt. Pulaski High School ney Nichols, Elizabeth Allen, Julia Lady Toppers, won the Regional Trophy Beccue, and Emma Stewart. in Farmer City. The Lady Toppers have Front row (starting with #11): Erika won 26 out of 27 regional rifles. Leever, Jessica Awe, Breanna Howe, Rachel Durchholz, and Allison Hickey. Allen Schaal Photo 8 'h Grade Night Mike and Jan were married at the First Christian Church in Bellevue, Nebraska and lived out most of their lives in Omaha, Nebraska. Mike currently works for ConAgra Foods and Jan works for The Marketing Alliance; both in Omaha. They have one daughter, Stephanie, a son in law, Brian Kramer and one grand- daughter, Elleigh; all reside in Benning- ton, Nebraska. Mike is the son of Maxine Downing of Mt. Pulaski. Mike and Jan recently moved to Cape Fair, Missouri to live out their retirement. They celebrated their special day with dose family. Mt. Pulaski Honeybears will celebrate 8th grade night Tuesday, November 15 between the 7th and 8th grade games. Members of this year's 8th grade squad are: (Left to right) Elizabeth Siebert, BreAnna Rentmeister, Paige Haynes, Tif- fany Stewart, Miranda Hilliard, Morgan Hayes, Lauren Anderson, and Lilly Pickett. By Mike Lakin The City of Mt. Pulaski wants to curtail recycling abuse at the Mt. Pulaski Recy- cling Center. Most recyclers observed the rules and bring only the posted recyclables, a few others use the location for dumping. The few are ruining it for the rest. The recycling center is limited to newspaper - maga- Nov. 5, 2011 It's not a Trash Center zines, plastic containers, and surveillance cameras "to make aluminum. You cannot leave glass, plastic bags or plastic chairs, corrugated cardboard, carpet, and the other household gar- bage that has been found in and around the bins. One resident suggested, and this hasn't been brought to the city, to move the recycling bins to the police station lot where they can be monitored by the people more responsible". Environmentally conscious residents properly use the facility. They are recycling only papers, newspapers, magazines, aluminum cans, and soft drink, water, milk and detergent plastic bottles. Some communities have taken the step to fine abusers. Fines and penalties of up to $500 have been established. Mt. Pulaski Times Some communities require offenders to perform a most appropriate community ser- vice - picking up trash in the community. The abuse of dumping at the recycling center can be dis- couraging to people who are using the recycling bins in the right way. And it could get to the point where it's not worth having a local recycling center. Going beyond the expected in rebuildin 9 lives. And dreams. IPs what we do. In calm lira#so In tim of distress. Pekin Imtrance  and [insert agency me] ate ttre. Gohx 2 tM exua mile, Finding wa to t thii done. Quickly, beyo ndt heexpected,om Hoe fzde Survivor. Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, ' 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 AUTO * HOME * LIFE BUSINESS - HEALTH Mt. Pulaski VFW Scroggin-Gee Post 777 Veteran's Day Dinner 6 pm Monday November 14 At VFW Hall All veterans and their spouses or significant others are invited 9