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! A Chinese computer I~as A New York professor been named the world's will implant a camera in his fastest, at 2,570 Trillion head and have the pictures calculations a second. broadcast online. Join Phone companies have A GOP lawmaker says been given the OK to stop that airport scanners should printing and sending out be removed because they phone books, violate the 4th Amendment. on e Fa ily Whether it's dinner or dessert, we 10ok forward to serving you A charming boutique offering beau- tiful jewelry, scarves, & purses for a wonderful holiday experience eo Always A Value Stop in and register to win one of two Miche Bags Crafts, florals, antiques and hand crafted items 25% off pottery & florals 50% off ornaments & Isabel Bloom Community Pride wishes to thank this year's Sponsors for making the Fall Festival possible T,om!inson Trust The Farmers Bank of Mt. Pula- ki:, : :,i Cross Brothers Implement Mt. Pulaski Lions Club Buff's Family Restaurant, Davis Brothers Inc Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy, Medaris Insurance Co Luda's BP, Graue Inc Coogan Excavating, Herrin Fertilizer, Central Illinois Ag, Illinois National Bank, Mike Maske Auction Services, Stewart's Lawn & Garden, MTI, Deron Powelrs State Farm Insurance, ABC & G Real Estate, Bassett's Mechanical Inc Downing Przykopanski Clements & May, Farmers Grain of Chestnut, Inman Building and Remodeling, Farmers Grain Co ef Central IL Community Pride wishes to thank the following for their help in making this year's Fall Festival a success: Mayor Jim Fuhrer and The City of Mount Pulaski Employees: Mike Patridge, Deanna Young, Dave Bauer, Jeff Anderson, Laura Lee Chief Lynn Freer, Mt. Pulaski Police Department and The Logan County Auxiliary Police MPHS FCCLA, MPHS FFA, Mr. Allen and his students, Mr. Nelson and his students, Ms. Sarah Phillips Rob Siebert, Julie Cooper, Ryan Deibert BLDD Architects, Inc Mt. PulaskiGrade School, St. Thomas Aquinas, The Lions Club, The VFW, Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Rick Voile, The Farmers Ba.nk, Mt. Pulaski High School,Volunteers from the American Legion, Boy Scouts, 175th Anniversary Committee For help with the 5K: High School Cheerleaders, Grade School Cheerleaders, Deb. Fuhrer.; Dan and Betty Phillips, Amy Phillips', and. a HUGEthank you to Rachael Lowe. All the businesses and residents on the square for putting up with-the chaos. Jim Poffenbarger for providing and running sound throughout the festival. Greg Maus for being our parade Grand Marshall. And to anyone we may have omitted from this list. Lastly, we would like to thank everyone who attended and supported this year's Fall Festival. We had a great turnout this year thanks to you. With your continued support we hope to make the festival bigger and better next year. We encourage you to contact us with your comments and/or suggestions. Submitted by Mt. Pulaski Community Pride. PO Box 32, Mt. Pulaski IL 62548 Todd Cyrulik, Darin Phillips, Amy Deibert, Angie Cyrulik, Derek Phillips, Lana Hebenstriet, Stephanie Mazanowski "Thankful" The Past Presidents of the Mt. Pulaski Woman's Club met Nov. 17 at Buff's Restaurant. Eight members were present. Desserts were enjoyed by all! Maxine downing was hostess. Maxine Downing ex-hib- ited calendars, Mr. Pulaski Courthouse "nite" lights, and a souvenir edition 125- yesterYears book printed originally by Harry Wible - all that are for sale t the Mt. Pulaski Township His- torical Society Museum. Members were en-cour- aged to donate" baked goods or money for the Christmas on Vinegar Hill event that was held Nov. 20 at the museum. Lois Schmidt called the meeting to order. Thanks- giving was celebrated early through roll call, which was "What Are You Thank- ful For?" Our next meeting will be held at Rusty's in Lincoln Dec. 10 at 11:30 a.m. or at Buff's ff Weather is bad. Lois Schrrffdt is in charge of reservations. Roll call on March 16, 2011 will be "Early Signs of Spring". Lois Schmidt will serve as hostess. Submitted By - Alberta Reiterman History Bob McCue, Mt. Pulaski, was one of sev- portraying Mr. Lincoln's neighbors, and eral historical interpreters 'who were part of encouraged visitors to see other sites in the Comes Alive the "History Comes Alive" program this area. With past summer at the Lincoln's Home His- Fritz Klein, who portrays Mr. Lincoln, toric site in Springfield. is shown, center, in the photo. Bob is third Bob McCue As a part of his job, Bob .welcomedgentleman from left. visitors to the site, took part in vignettes Thank You From The 175th Committee The Committee would like to thank the following 12th, (3) General Casimir Pulaski's birthday on March families and businesses who to date .have contributed 5th, (4)Special 175th Memorial Day commemorationg to Mt. Pulaski's 2011 Celebration. For those who on May 30th, and (5) Founder's Day celebration June have yeLto contribute, we hope you find it within 30th, July 1st, July2nd, July3rd, and July4th. your means to do so by the end of this year to help Mt. Pulaski's 175th Committee reach their goals. Simply turning out for the various 2011 events Monies raised by the end of 2010 will allow our com- will show support so, regardless of your con- mittee to budget for the five events that we have planned tributions, we thank all of you in advahce. for 2011: (1) New Year's Eve celebration on the town square, (2) Abraham Lincoln's birthday on February We willseeyouin2011. 175th Family Contributions: thy Laatsch, Mrs. Harry Martin, Jr Jerry & Ltd, and Tomlinson Trust Abraham Lincoln Level - Frost Farms, ]oyc.e Maxheimer, Mary Milligan, Harry & 175th Family, Individual & Organization Stephanie Mazanowski, Linda Okonowski, Valera Milner & Family, Wanda Peterson, Contribution Levels: and Leroy & Beverly Ramthun Tom & Waneta Stephens, Florence Stoll, and Abraham Lincoln $25 to $150; Casimir Casimir Pulaski Level - Gerald & Gloria Rev. Barbara Stroud-Borth Pulaski $250 to $499; Jabez Capps $500+ Goodman 175th Business & Corporate Contributions: and; 175 Club $175 Jabez Capps Level - Waldo & Rosalie Contributor Level - Johnson True Value 175th Business & Corporate Levels: Bertoni, Frank & Cheri Hassebrock, and Hardware Contributor Up to $249; Abraham Lincoln Tom & Cheryl Martin Abraham Lincoln Level - Farmers Grain $250 to $499; Casimir Pulaski $500 to $999; 175 Club Level - Phil & Gini Bertoni,of Central Illinois and Johnson's Food Center and Jabez Capps $1,000+ Waldo-& Rosali'e Bertoni, Bob & Lisa Casimir Pulaski Level - Hillto!5 Catering Please make checks o.t to: Brown & Family,'Irma Jean Buckles, Marge Jabez'Capps Level - Danner Trust, Down- 175th Committee Caley, Bill & Judy Cavestani. Todd & Angle ing, Przykopanski, Clements, & May Insur- Send to: Mt. Pulaski .175 Cyrulik, Ed Goodpaster. Betty Hickey, Doro- ance, The Farmers Bank, Herrin Fertilizer, P.O. Box 82 / Mt. Pulaski, IL. 62548 l d|I ,i