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Humans are i from the d of Joe Kin9 the only animal that judges others by looks Mt Pulaski Library Fall Storytime For children in grades Kin- dergarten - 3% storytime is from 3:15 - 4pm and includes a story -- snack and craft. Nov. 10: Happiness Is Nov. 17: The Relatives Came Nov. 24: Twas The Night Before Thanksgiving Dec. h Cookie For Santa In Memory of Shirley Hayes 10-30-39 to 10-24-13 All gave some, Some gave all. Take a moment to appreciate your :freedom and recognize those who have fought to preserve it. We honor the men and women who have served in our nation's military--past, present, and future. Thank you for your service! Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, Inc. 109 S. Lafayette-Mt. Pulaski 7! We still miss you As the days and years pass We still miss you As the pain of grief softens We still miss you As new memories are made We still miss you As we smile and laugh again We still miss you Today and every day We will always: Still miss you! Forever in our hearts - Your Family A company is marketing caffein- ated peanut butter. ,am - ili- I 0 gs Soup & Auction Chestnut United Methodist Church Soup & Auction is 4:30 to 7pm Saturday November 7. Adults $7, Children 4-12- years $3, and Children 3 and under Free. Menu - Chili or vegetable soup, dessert, and beverage. Hot- flogs available. Make a Difference Day MPHS Student Council is having their Make a Difference Day Sunday November 8. If you have a yard thatneeds raked, or a small project you need help with, please contact Denise Farnam at Mt. Pulaski High School. 217-792-3209 or dfarnam@mtpulaski.k12. il.us. Donations Needed Mt. Pulaski Historical Society is collecting gently used Christmas decorations for their Vinegar Hill Christmas Market. Wreaths, garlands, ornaments, snowmen, outside decorations, trees, etc. are all acceptable. We just ask that everything be in good condition and salable. If you have any of these things that you aren't using anymore, please consider helping us out. This is a main fundraiser for the museum and all proceeds go toward the upkeep. No clothing or liquids as in body lotion, etc. Donations need to be received as soon as possible and can be brought to the museum Thursday thru Saturday, noon to 4pm. If you can't make those hours, call 792-5693. If questions, call Sue Schaffenacker at .792-5693 or email sueeddie @ frontier.com. Your help is certainly appreciated. .:. :_ ZLYFE* Update: The youth that will be attending the National Youth Gath- ering next July, hosted its first fundraiser during the Fall Festival. It was a 3on3 Basketball Tournament held at Zion. We had 7 teams total participate with winners in each divi- sion. The younger division winners were a local group of girls and the older division winners were a group from Spring- field. ZLYFE raised over $700. We appreciate everyone who attended or helped. Special thanks to the following for spon- soring our tournament: Pizza Man The Farmers Bank Bassett's Mechanicals Inc. Johnson's Food Center Sugar Creek Orthodontics These businesses donated money towards our t-shirts that were made by Performance Vinyl Graphix of Mt. Pulaski. Thank you to Subway of Springfield and to The Farmer's Restaurant of Mt. Pulaski for their donations as well. We would also like to thank the Zion Trustees, teams who participated, Emily Oberreiter, David Gibbs, and all the fami- lies of the youth. *ZLYFE stands for Zion Lutheran Youth Fellowship & Evangelism. D.D.S., M.S. the reasons our-office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. These Times By Mike Lakin 400 N. Chicago St. Uncoln 217"7 3 2" 107 3 Comments about the new lettering scheme on the water tower in the last issue included the following.'. ...I have personally have I:nothing good to say about nately we're stuck with it now. I own a sign business I would've been happy to assist with color selection. I could've superimposed the lettering onto the water tower so they could see what it would look like .... As you can see from the above photo, the lettering was done by - hand-painting the letters. Some people decided who they thought made the above comment. They were.., of course.., wrong. And here is a note from Mdchael and Emily Oberre- iter for your consideration... Michael and Emily Oberreiter of Performance Vinyl Graphix would like to clarify that the comments in (the last issue) concerning the color choices for the water tower were not made by our local business. Thanks- Mike & Emily. Who will you guess next? Of course your choice has been narrowed considerably. Alen Schaal Photo Two new rooms reportedly have been discovered in the tomb of King Tut. Human DNA has been found in hot dogs, 12 t = o O1