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50th Wedding Anniversary Elk's Presentation to Post 447 in ........... Loren Meister's ....... ...... Name ": ...... David Faith of Lincoln ~' :~ "~" ~:~ :~:~ ~ .... Elk's Club presented an ~,:~ ,,~ .... ~:~,i, Elk check for $500 to the ~i~~ ..... Mt. Pulaski American Legion Honor Guard in Loren Meister's name. Loren had been a longtime member of Lincoln Elks, past Commander of Mt. Pulaski American Legion Ryman-Fuiten Post 447 and long-time Com- mander of our Post 447 Honor Guard & Cemetery Rites Rifle & Bugle Team. L-R: Phyllis Meister (Loren's widow), Gary Meister (son), Phil Bertoni (Commander of Post 447), David Faith (Elk's Exalted Ruler), Sarah Faith Photo David Meister (son), Jeff Meister (son), and Andy Meister (grand- son), Rich & Marilyn Edwards Please stop by for Christmas cookies and punch Sunday afternoon, December 5 between 2 and 4 p.m. at fl~e Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center, 114 N Lafayette St, and while you are there wish our parents, Rich and Marilyn Edwards, a Happy 50th Wedding Anniversary. Mr. & Mrs. Rich Edwards of Mt. Pulaski were mar- ried December 18, 1960, at Emmanuel Baptist Church in Carlinville. Rich is owner of Curtis Oil since 1975. Marilyn retired from the Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency after 35 years. They are the parents of two children; Kelli (Monty) Kerley of Columbia, MO, and Rick (Cindy) Edwards of Sherman. There are five grandchildren; Zac and Lainyn Kerley; Cody, Dayton and Delaney Edwards. (No gifts, please.) "7 Reasons to Leave the Party" A presentation of the Illinois Judges Association (LIA) and the bIon. Mark A. Drummond to be pre- sented at Mt. Pulaski High School Wednesday, Decem- ber 1 at 1:00. "7 Reasons to Leave the Party" is a 50-minute, award-winning program directed to teenagers with the goal to alter their perception of what's "cool" and ulti- mately save young lives. Students are given a blank "contract" containing a pledge not to drink alcohol, not to drive with someone who has been drinking, and to promise that if they are at a place where they feel uncomfortaNe or unsafe, they will call the parent or guardian for a ride home. The "7 Reasons" program is the judges' attempt at preventative law. The presentation is blunt, visual and interactive. Mt. Pulaski Education Association (MPEA) is celebrating American Education Week through November 20. MPEA is acknowledging and showing its appreciation for all of the work being done by all the "faces" in the Mt. Pulaski Community Unit District #23. Now the time to have CIWS build your Wind Turbine Electrici Generator Call John For Details 217.519.3162 105 E. Jefferson St.-- Mt. Pulaski Fellow H, I Affordable Housing for qualified Buffalo - Williamsville Illiopolis For information call: 217-364,4828 or 217-34x-6453 Stanfield Farm 121 - One mile - 1425 Route Saturday- November 20 from 8 to 4 p.m. Homemade Goodies, Fresh Holly, Spices, Bulk Tea, Collectibles Your business:this : : :Realtor I would like to express my appreciation to the voters in the November 2nd election. Your continued support and means a great deal Regional Superintendent of Schools Logan/Mason/Menard Counties #38 Mt. Pulaski Storage Space Available 500 S. Garden St. November 16, 2010 Mt. Pulaski Times - 6 Frog Prince Performed Sunday Nov. 7 The Mt. Pulaski Library "After School Bunch" performed their play, the Frog Prince, for residents of Vonderlieth Living Center. Betty Horn Photos Thank You From The Chestnut United Methodist Church The members of the church, wish to thank the Com- munity for the support of the Nov. 6 Soup & Auction. Special Thanks to Mike Maske for his services. Special Thanks to the following businesses - Bank of Chestnut, Farmers Grain, Chestnut Family Restaurant, Al's Barber Shop, Marilyn's Beauty Shop, and C/R Antiques. A cow gives nearly 200,000 glasses of milk in her lifetime. FLORIDA Mixed- 1/2 Navel Oranges $25 Per Case Red Grapefruit $25 Per Case Oranges & 1/2 Grapefruits $25 Per Case To Order Call Doug Johnson 792-5911 or Phil Bertoni 792 5442 Deadline for Orders is Nov. 22nd Deliveries Will Be Dec. 10- 15 Citrus Sales help the Rotary support the fol- lowing Rotary Projects... MPHS Student Scholarships World Polio Eradication Mt. Pulaski Library Summer Reading Mt. Pulaski 175th Celebration Mt. Pulaski Rotary- Established 1936 f