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Topper Ladies: Out&About... Our group gathered on a lovely Fall day, Tuesday, October 20 at Morningstar Mercantile and Restaurant in Salisbury, for lunch. Their menu, nicely varied and always delicious, is pleasing to most diners. Excellent homemade desserts and friendly service accentuate Morningstafs charm. Co-hostesses were Phyllis Hawk and Madonna Boyle. A large, colorful mum plant graced the table as door prize, and" Jenny Sams, winner, delightedly carried it home. Each lady received a small, hand-decorated actual pumpkin designed and created by our "resident artist," Madonna Boyle. It's a lovely drive from Athens south and west to Salis- bury through the country, and alongside the Sangamon River: October leaves and scenes pique one's color curiosity, as Mother Nature is resplendent in her glory. It's my favorite place to go in the Fall for a short drive and lunch. Our November luncheon assembly will be at Lincoln's Blue Dog at 11:30a Tuesday, November 17. Co-hostesses are Ruth Barr~ 792-5525, or Phyllis Edwards, 792-5567. Please call ahead to either lady for reservations two or three days prior to the luncheon date. All are welcome. Come join us for a nice luncheon and pleasant conversation. Submitted by- Pat Straumann QUILTED ITEMS By Karen...available at Salt Creek Attic Logan County Farmland 90.0 (+/-) Acres in 2 Tracts The Bo-Jac Farms November 5, 2015 7:00 p.m. American Legion Building 100 W. Scroggin Ave Mt. Putaski, IL 62548 Tract #1" 80.0 (+/-) Acres Located in Sec, 35, TASN, R2W Tract #2:10.0 (+/-) Acres Located in Sec, 4, T17N, R2W Fornx p/ se catact Seth Baker, Broker 217-521-3538 Bruce Huber, Managing Brckert 217-521-3537 SchroededHuber LLC 225 N. Water St. Decatur, tL 62523 www.SchroederHuber.com SunTrust Bank in Atlanta is laying off 100 IT workers who as part of their severance must be on call to help for the next two years with no pay. 6th Grade Honeybears Won Second Place During their 12th annual 6th Grade Honeybear Tournament Friday evening of the tournament, Honeybears beat Pawnee 32 - 8. Alexis Wade led all scorers with 8 points. Cassidy Clark made 6 points, Clarissa Turner made 5 points, and Hailee Daigh made 4 points. Cas- sidy Hayes, Alanea Cyrulik, Kasey Tungate, and Je'Na Rentmeister each made a basket. Xzandria Turner made a free throw. During their first game on Saturday, the Honeybears scrapped for their second win of the toumament as they went onto defeat the Sangamon Valley Storm, 18 - 13. Cassidy Clark (5) and Cassidy Hayes (4) combined to score 9 points for the Hon- eybears. Clarissa Turner, Xzandria Turner, Makenna Wilham, and Je'Na Rent- meister each scored a 5th and 6th Grade H0neybears basket. Alexis Wade made a First row (right to left) - Josie Wakeman, Je'Na Rentmeister, Hailee Dalgh, Makenna free throw. Wilham, and Alexis Wade. In their third and final Second row (right to left) - Xzandria Tumer, Alanea Cyrulik, Clarissa Turner, Cassidy HayeS, game, the Honeybears met Cassidy Clark, Kasey Tungate, and Chloe Lewis. the WLB Wolverines for the championship game. WLB and Clarissa Turner each game 32 -13 against San- pionship. CCS/NHM/Zion won the contest 45 I4. Hailee Daigh Scored 6 scored abasket, gamon Valley, while Riverton and Athens also participated Decatur Our Lady of defeated Pawnee 43 - 22 to in the tournament. " points and Cassidy HayesLourdes won the third place win the consolation cham- scored 4 points. Alexis Wade b' 43 Years of Residential - Commercial Roofing Service to Central Illinois North Side of Square - Mt. Pulaski Monday - Friday 9AM to 4PM & By Appointment l r737-5010 is ulas Culligan Water Products Water Softeners -Iron Filters Bottled Water 318 N. Chicago St. - Lincoln Samsung is working to develop robots to replace cheap Chinese labor. Hotel in Switzerland is offering a room for $2,000 a night that looks- like the inside of a space station. REPORT - big banks are starting to charge customers for cash deposits. 2 | I*1 b3 O OI L