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9 $ Engagement Announcement Sinnett - Cooper Mr. and Mrs. Bret Sinnett of Lincoln are pleased to announce the engagement of their daughter Katelyn Michelle to Jordan Lee Cooper. Jordan is the son of Jeff and Julie Cooper of Mt. Pulaski and the grandson of Janet Cherry and Judy Cooper both of Mt. Pulaski. Katelyn is a 2010 graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School. She attended Lincoln La!3d Community College. She is currently employed at Krogers in Lincoln. Jordan is a 2010 graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School and a 2012 graduate of Lincoln Land Community College. He is currently employed at Cooper Farm, Inc. A November 21, 2015 wedding is planned at Zion Lutheran Church in Mt. Pulaski. ; ! from the d s,kfof Joe Kin Shirley Singley celebrated her 90 birthday Wednesday, November 11 with her beloved family at Calm Creek Caf6 in Mt. Pulaski. Her husband of 69 years, Melvin Singley, passed away April 23. Mrs. Singley is the mother of Rebecca Drake Oohn) and Jane DeWitt (Gary) and Todd M. Singley, deceased. She has three grandchildren, Andrea Drake Manner, Deirdra (Didi) Drake, and Andrew DeWitt. There are also three great- grandchildren, Nicholas and Sebastian Scassiferro and Abigail Manner. Post Office Closed Thanksgiving Mail will be delivered as scheduled Wednesday, Nov. 25. Retail services at the Mt Pulaski Post Office will be closed Thursday, Nov. 26 for the Thanksgiving holiday. Regularly scheduled mail delivery, PO Box, and caller services will also be suspended for the holiday. Post Offices will resume regularly scheduled retail lobby hours Friday Nov. 27. Clerk Colin West reminds customers to mail early during the holiday season. "Thanksgiving traditionally kicks off the busy holiday mailing season," said West. "Remember to mail early and be sure to follow the recommended mailing dates for mail to military addresses." Cissna Park ended Mt. Pulaski's season in the Eft- ingham St. Anthony Volley- ball Supersectional. Scores in three games were - 18-25 / 26-24 / 25-21. Mt. Pulaski (25-15) went into the supersectional bid- ding for its 15~h state birth; last time was in 2012. Pulaski won each of four postseason matches in 2-games. You can see by the 3-game scores Pulaski never let up. Skylar Hayes had 6-kills. Alexandra Beckers had 39-asssits. Maddy Davis had match high 21-kills, 10-digs, and five blocks. PJ Abigail Lilly Pickett had 7-kills. 30-digs. Allen Schaal Photos Fitzpatrick had Shoot for the moon... Even if you miss... You'll land among the stars IBM supercomputer Watson is going to work with Boston Children's Hospital to combat childhood diseases. Halloween Helpers Those who helped with the Courthouse Haunted Hallow- een were Tena Stoudt, Sherlyn Friend, Becky Borth, Joyce Max- heimer, and Barbara Stroud-B9rth in the evening. Maggie Mc Murtrey and Konnor Browne helped with the final decorating Halloween afternoon. ;eronomy 3,3 e, and QUILTED ITEMS By Karen...available at Salt Creek Attic Something in your life should be done just because it is fun. Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business, Editorial Offices, Accounting and Circulation Office: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St.,Mt. Pulaski~ Illinois 62548. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin P O Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski, l]linois 62548 Office: 217-303-6159