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L J mUalmllmawuq L !N anm ininl tnliiIINIlllllnqlnlllnl !Dlili Meeting "No Tears In Heaven" 7th Grade Honeybears Change Florence Stoll is looking for Season ComestoanEnd Mt. Pulaski piano sheet music for "No Tears In At Buffalo - After win- not fall", said Coach Jamie Township meet- Heaven". Florence has the words, but ning 5 of their last 6 games, Anderson. "It was a great ing has been has not found the sheet music. If you the 7th grade Honeybears season and I very proud of changed to have a lead, call Florence 792-5672. (8 - 11) played solid defense mygirls." December 15 at during the first round of the Harley Moore had 3 7:30 p.m. Arrow of Light Sun. 7AA regional tournament points and 2 steals. Ashley Shirley School,Mt. Pulaski Cub Scouts will hold versus Springfield Blessed Houser had 2 points and Clerk their 'Arrow of Light' ceremony 3 Sacrament, but could never 2 rebounds. Skye Kretz- p.m. Sun. Dec. 4, in the St Thomas get going offensively and inger had 2 points and 3 Santa Arrives Aquinas Church basement. Their are lost 24 - 7. rebounds. Emilee Burge Dec. 3 six boys moving on to Boy Scouts, "We held Blessed Sacra- had 4 rebounds and 1 steal. which has been the largest crossing ment to 5points in the second Alexandra Beckers had 3 Santa arrives over of our boys in over 20 years, half, but our shots would just steals. by fire truck at the Mt Pulaski Courthouse 6 p.m. Sat. Dec. 3. Santa is hosted by Mt Pulaski Community Pride. Volunteer Tea Dec. 5 Mt. Pulaski Courthouse and Museum Vol- unteers will be honored at the 1 p.m. Mon. Dec. 5 Volunteer Tea at the Mt. Pulaski City Hall. LCD on Facebook Logan County Democrats have moved into the 21 st Century with adding their party activities and information on Facebook. Look for the Logan County Democrats now on Facebook. Facebook infor- mation will be regularly updated. Next meeting is 10 a.m. Satur- day December 10 at Owl's Roost Coffee Bar and Book Store, 427 Pulaski St., Lincoln. Did You Know - The airport in Medford, Oregon will be putting ads on the side of the control tower. Utah has the lowest electricity bills in the country. A Maine couple mar- ried at age 88 and 87. Dec. 3, 2011 By Mike Lakin Bill Bryson of Mt. Pulaski submitted photos of his daughter and son-in-law's restored windmill. Mitzi and Ron Rohlfs installed their windmill at their rural Lincoln home. While we are used to seeing wind generators going up in our landscape, this time around it's an original water pump windmill. A common Old Fashioned Mill Turns Again piece of equipment just coln. Now, it's located at Mitzi a generation or two and Ron's. ago, the windmills cap- The windmill has been fully tured moving wind to restored and is not just to pump water. Some were look at. When everything is also used to generate completed, it will be pumping and store electricity, water -just as it was intended Mt. Pulaski's Yankee for. Windmill Com-I- pany was a going concern in those days. Yankee windmills were sold all over the United States. This is not a Yankee Windmill, but a competitor's - Fair- banks-Morse. The windmill was originally installed at Wood City, Illinois. From there, it was pur- chased by Don Werth and was located on his farm on 121 - between Mt. Pulaski and Lin- iii!~i~i!iiiiiiiiiii!i:iiiiiiililiiiiii!iiiiiiiii! The windmill is 42-feet +- to the top of the platform. Bill says the sound of the rotating blades sure brings back memory of the "good old days". Mt, Pulaski Times Family Restaurant Tuesday Fried Chi0ke. Friday 0afllsh-Walleye-Tilapia Sun., Men., Wed., Thurs 6: to 2: Tues., Fri., Sat. 6: to 2: & 4:30 to 7:30 / / Contractors Insurance that stands strong PEKIN" For an insurance .plan that protects your livelihood, call your local Pekin , InsuranceTM Agency, They are experts on insurance protection designed specifically for your ciass of business. Giving you first-rate, flexible, and dependable service that goes the extra mile to give you the results you desire. Contractors Insurance that goes Beyond the expectedTM to make a difference for you and your business. Call today! Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, h,~. 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 www.pekininsurance.com III Whole Town is Invited! An Open House Will Be Held 1 to 4 p.m. Sunday December 4 [ At the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Family Life Center 5