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Archives for April 2010

Prom Court Bios

Alyson Alde – Drew Bland

Alyson Diane Alde is the daughter of Mike Alde and the late Stephanie Alde of Pana. She has been involved in the school play, student council and National Honor Society.
In her spare time she likes to hang out with friends, walk her dog Delilah and take naps.
After high school, Alyson plans to continue to fulfill her dreams.
Drew Christian Bland is the son of Ken and Lisa Bland of Pana. He has been involved in football, baseball, IM basketball, IM volleyball, Foreign Language Club and class officer.
Future plans are to attend Greenville College in the fall and play football while working on his major in Business Management.
In his spare time he likes to chill with his boy D-Ade, along with other friends and play X-box.

Katie Lees – Cody McLaughlin

Katie Lees is the daughter of Dan and Dodie Lees of Pana. She has been involved in volleyball, basketball and track.

She plans to play volleyball at Lincoln Land College.

Katie likes to hang out with her friends in her spare time and work at the Roseland.

Cody William McLaughlin is the son of Paula and Jeff Broux of Pana. He plans to attend SIUC, majoring in civil engineering/surveying and plans to try out for the football team.

During school, Cody has been involved in football, IM basketball and IM volleyball.

In his spare time he likes to watch ESPN, play PS3, take naps and hang out with friends.

Susan Frisina – David Karrick II

Susan Dominique Frisina is the daughter of Dawn and Joe Dudra of Rosamond. Suzie has been involved in art club, Pana High School bowling team, football cheerleading squad, National Art Honor Society and Miss Pana Tri-County Fair pageant.

She likes to be with her friends and family and take pictures.

Suzie plans to go to school to be a dental hygienist.

David Karrick II is the son of Shamarie Allen and David Karrick of Tower Hill. He has been involved in Model UN, and Foreign Language Club.In his spare time he likes to play guitar and hang out with friends.

David plans to become an entrepreneur and own a franchise.

Ericka Bumgardner – Adam Metzger

Ericka Ann Bumgardner is the daughter of Darren and Twila Bumgardner of Pana. She has been involved in basketball, track and Foreign Language club.

In her spare time, she likes to play basketball, run track, spend time with her family and friends and scrapbook.

Ericka plans to attend Greenville College and play basketball and run track.

Adam Reid Metzger is the son of John and Jackie Metzger of Pana. He has been involved in basketball, baseball, football, National Honor Society, Model UN and Foreign Language club.

Adam likes to eat, take naps, watch movies, hang with friends, 2-step, and have a bowl of banana nut Cheerios.

He plans to attend the University of Illinois and major in Political Science.

Hali Carls – Derek Ade

Hali Carls is the daughter of Rod and Nikki Carls of Pana. She has been involved in volleyball, bowling, Foreign Language Club, Drama club, Model UN, IM basketball, IM volleyball, National Honor Society, DARE program and Honor Guard.

She likes to read, be with family and friends, and chill out.

Hali plans to attend Southern Illinois University, Edwardsville, and attain a bachelor’s degree in biology.

Derek Michael Ade is the son of Gary and Lori Ade of Pana. He plans to go to Lake Land College and get a degree in physical education.

Derek likes to play sports, ride 4-wheelers, hang out with his glf and friends and of course sit on the couch and sip on some iced tea.

During school, he has been involved in basketball and golf, youth group and DARE.

Pana Girls Track Results

COMING DOWN THE lane and winning the 100-meter dash is Pana’s Katie Lees. The action took place Tuesday evening, Apr. 27, on Carol Schramm Track in Pana.
In the far left lane is Mariah Inman, battling for second place.
Results from the meet were not available at presstime today, Thursday, Apr. 29.
(Gene Reed Photo)

The Pana High School girls track team finished third in the Mattoon Invitational held on Tuesday, Apr. 20.
Mahomet-Seymour was first with 127 points and Mattoon came in second with 78. Pana had 59 points.
Allison Allen in discus and the 4 x 200 relay team were the only two first place finishes for the Panthers. Allen had a throw of 116-feet, 3 1/2 inches to top the field. Ashleigh Dressen went 87-feet even for sixth place. Allen was sixth in the shot put going 31-6 1/2. Morgan Dressen threw the shot 28-7 1/2 for 14th.
The relay team had a time of 1:51.9 to win.
Allie Schoonover went over the bar at 5-feet even for second in the high jump.
The Panthers recorded several third place finishes with Ericka Bumgardner third in the 100 meters with a time of 13.4 seconds. Grace Holthaus was fifth with a time of :13.48. The 4 x 400 relay team posted a time of 4:24.9 for third in the event.
Kendal Frisina had a fourth place finish in the 400 meters with a time of 1:05.25. Charley Lett’s time was 1:07.78 for tenth in the event.
In the pole vault, Jessica Harbert had an 8-foot effort for seventh and Jenna Harbert went over at 7-6 for eighth.
Katie Lees posted a time of :17.81 in the 100-meter hurdles and took sixth place. She was third in the preliminary round with a time of :17.32, and Hannah Funneman’s time of :18.89 failed to qualify for the finals. The 4 x 400 relay posted 11:40.13 in the event and were seventh.
Pana got as ninth place finish in the 200 meters with Chelsea Schmitz going in :29.13 and in the 800 meters, Mariah Inman placed 17th with a time of 2:59 flat.
Unity Invite
On Friday, Apr. 16, the Panthers finished seventh out of 20 teams in the Unity High School Invitational. Pana had 40 points, right behind the hosts in sixth place with 41.
St. Joseph-Ogden won the meet with 84 points. Decatur St. Teresa was second and Central A & M, third.
Freshman Allie Schoonover topped the high jump field with her effort of 5-feet, 4 inches. The 4 x 200 relay team was awarded first place in the event with a time of 1:51.66.  The 4 x 100 relay team was fourth in 52.98 seconds.
Senior Ashleigh Dressen had a throw of 87-feet, 3 inches in shot put for second place. Allison Allen, a junior, captured second place in the discus throw as she let loose of a throw 120-feet, 3 inches. Another Pana junior Jessica Harbert, cleared 8-feet even in the pole vault for third place. Freshman Charley Lett tied for ninth going 6-6.
Marissa Presnell ran the 1,600 meters in 7:02.33 for eighth place in the event.

Triangular Meet

Hosting Shelbyville and St. Elmo on Tuesday, Apr. 13, the Panthers cruised to a win with 87 1/2 points. The Rams were second with 69 1/2 and St. Elmo finished with 20.
Katie Lees picked up four wins on the afternoon. Her winning time in the 100 meters was 13.2 seconds. In the 300-meter hurdles, her time was :52.3. Lees won the high hurdle event in :17.3. Her winning time in the 200 meters was 27.5 seconds. In those same events, Charley Lett and Ericka Bumgardner were third and fourth, respectively, with identical times of 13.6 seconds in the 100 meters. Hannah Funneman was second in the high hurdles going in :18.8 and in the 300-meter hurdles, Funneman was also second with a time of :55.5. Lett and Kendal Frisina were third and fourth, respectively in the 200 meters with time of :28.2 and :28.4.
Junior Allison Allen was a twin winner in the shot put and discus. Her discus throw was 113-feet, 9 inches. In the shot, she landed the shot 30-feet, 10 inches. Ashleigh Dressen was third in the discus with a throw of 86-3 and Jessica Kasch was fourth, 79-6. Morgan Dressen had a shot put effort of 28-11 for third place and Ashleigh Dressen was fourth, 28-8.
Allie Schoonover and Alyssa Waddington went 1-2 in the high jump as each cleared 5-feet, 2 inches. The trio of Charley Lett, Jessica Harbert and Jenna Harbert finished 1-2-3 in pole vault. Both Lett and Jessica cleared 8-feet even while Jenna cleared 7-feet even.
The Panthers took the 4 x 200 relay with a time of 2:02. They came up second in the 4 x 800 with a time of 13:11.7 and two teams running in the 4 x 100 were second and third. The second place time was :55.6 and third place, :59.09. The 4 x 400 runners were second with a time of 4:55.
Grace Holthaus ended up second in the triple jump with a 27-3 1/4 leap. Frisina was third, 25-11 1/2.
Jessica Harbert and Morgan Dressen were third and fourth in the 400 meters. Their times were 1:10 and 1:12, respectively.

Shelbyville Dominates Pana Track Boys

In a triangular meet held on Tuesday, Apr. 13, the Pana Panthers boys track team came in second as the Shelbyville Rams dominated the meet. Shelbyville had 113 points to 55 1/2 for Pana and 6 for St. Elmo.
The Panthers had two first place individual finishes. Max Mosley had a discus throw of 108-feet to win the event. In the triple jump, Jared Sloan topped the field with a leap of 38-feet, 1/4-inch. He was fourth in the long jump, going 18-feet, 5 inches. In the 4 x 200 relay, the Pana team broke the line first with a time of 1:41.5.
There were several second place finishes with Jesse Wicks runner-up in the 100 and 200 meters. He had a time of 11.8 seconds in the 100 and 24.1 seconds in the 200. Lucas Rochkes came in third in the 100 with a :12.4 and Ryan Beyers, third, also with a :12.4. Nick Dilley was second in the 200’s, :24.7. Sloan finished in the 800 meters with a time of 2:09.6. He was third in the 1,600 meters with a time of 5:20.7. Heath Harmes placed second in both the 100 hurdles and 300 hurdles. His time was :20.9 in the 100 and 50.8 seconds in the 300. The 3,200 meters saw James Mallot in second with a time of 11:52. Dylan Puckett was third, 12:28. The Panthers had a time of :47.24 for second in the 4 x 100 relay. Pnaa had 2 relay teams in the 1,600 meters. They were second and third with times of 4:04.5 and 4:18 flat, respectively.
Connor Henschen cleared 5-10 in the high jump for third place. Rochkes had a 5-8 effort for fourth. In the pole vault, Wicks came in fourth as he cleared 10-feet even.

Weddings: April 29, 2010

Mr. and Mrs. Curt Miller

Angela Lee Handy and Curt Matthew Miller were united in marriage on Jan. 18, 2010, in an oceanfront ceremony at The Westin Hale Aloha Gazebo, in Maui, Hawaii.
The bride is the daughter of Mark and Marty Handy of Pana. The groom is the son of Steve and Jill Miller of Cowden.
The romantic, tropical setting with soft flowing streams, beautiful flowers, and serene ocean views set the scene for a picturesque ceremony amongst 23 of the couples’ close friends and family.
Presented in marriage by her father, the bride was attended by Abby and Ashley Donnel, the bride’s nieces. She wore a destination style gown with gossamer chiffon ruched toward an extraordinarily beaded, deep V-neckline. The high-glamour encrusted halter straps transformed into a sensational bar back treatment. The couple exchanged wedding vows along with two fragrant, tropical leis as part of the traditional Hawaiian ceremony, performed by a Hawaiian minister.
An intimate dinner reception was held at The Hyatt Regency Hotel following the ceremony.
After a wonderful honeymoon in Maui, the couple returned home for a reception celebration on Feb. 27 at Oak Terrace Resort in Pana. The banquet hall was adorned with pink and green tropical flowers, Hawaiian leis, and a stunning array of pictures of their destination wedding, captured by Jarnagin Photography of Shelbyville.
The celebration was completed with a video of the wedding ceremony, allowing everyone to capture the moment as if they were there in Hawaii.
The newlyweds reside in Shelbyville.

Pana High School National Honor Society Inducts New Members Sunday

PANA HIGH SCHOOL held it’s National Honor Society Induction Ceremony on Sunday, Apr. 25, in the Panthers Den of the high school.
New members inducted were, seated from left, Jessica Harbert, David Kirkbride, Marissa Kircher, Brett Amling, Sara Wallace, Jared Sloan, Katie Lees, Ashley Funneman and Alan Fillip.
In back, Jared Ukena, Garrett Smith, Max Schmitz, Chelsea Pollard, Sara Scott, Mackenzie Miles, Mariah Schoonover, Emily McLeod, Katie Kuhn and Trevor Gullet.
The 2010 officers are  Hali Carls, president; Chad Miller, vice-president; Victoria Cross, secretary; and Brian Pastor, treasurer.
The Lions Club honored Caulie Kasch as their scholarship winner.

THE REST OF the members of the Pana High School National Honor Society are, seated from left, Sarah McMillan, Sarah Plants, Ashleigh Dressen, Megan DeWerff, Michelle Day, Jonathan Davis, Shandra Barror, Amanda Krouse and Clint Epley.

In back, Hali Carls, Emil Daugherty, Alyson Alde, Victoria Cross, Caulie Kasch, Andy Towler, Chelsea Schmitz, Matt Schmitz, Justin Todd, Adam Metzger, Chad Miller, Jesse Wicks and Brian Pastor.

Water Increase, Bond Service Charge, Wins First Approval

Pana City Council

Ordinances which will increase water rates to Pana water customers and apply a surcharge to pay for water and sewer infrastructure improvements passed the Pana City Council during its meeting held in the Council Chambers of Pana City Hall on Monday, Apr. 26.
The ordinances were passed on first reading by a 6-1 vote with Third Ward Alderman Roger Lebon registering the “no” vote on each issue. Alderman Bill Wright was absent. The ordinances will have a second and final vote at the next council meeting on Monday, May 10.
Pana Mayor Steve SIpes informed the council they will be amended for the final vote in two weeks to include out-of-town rate increases. The first draft does not include out-of-town pricing.
“We should wait until the out-of-town rates are added before we vote on this,” Lebon protested.
Sipes replied ordinances are routinely amended between first and second reading, and by taking a vote at the meeting would not hinder the process.
“The basics of the increases are in the measure right now,’ Sipes said. “There is no reason to delay the vote.”
Under the increase, a basic water bill will increase by 35¢ a month to $7.35 for 2,000 gallons or less. The city bills on a 2-month billing cycle, so the actual increase would be 70¢ for billing period, or $14.70. The minimum sewer rate goes up to $3.46 a month, or $6.92 for the minimum billing over 2 months. Currently, the minimum charge is $6.59 for the 2-month cycle.
Water is charged at $2.43 for each additional 1,000 gallons over the base and sewer rates are $1.73 for each additional 1,000 gallons.
The infrastructure surcharge is set at $8.75 per month. So, customers will see a $17.50 surcharge for the billing cycle. The money will be used to pay back the capital improvement bonds the city recently sold for water and sewer improvements, including refurbishing the old water plant so it can be used while the 20-year old new water treatment plant is refurbished as well.

Dog Pound

During the Mayor’s Report, Sipes told the council about the circumstances surrounding the city’s citation from the state over the dog pound. He said a representative of the Department of Agriculture cited the city for a deficiency at the pound. Sipes said the problem had been corrected. The city went to court about a week ago to contest the $200 fine assessed. Sipes said in previous years, the inspector did not find anything wrong. However, a new inspector had a different view.
“What was okay by someone, was not okay to another,” Sipes surmised.
The topic surfaced later in the meeting under “Public Comment” when Lynn Perkins, who asked to be on the agenda, spoke.
She said she had been told “about horrible conditions” at the pound, noting they were “pretty bad.”
There were about 10 people in the audience for the debate, and Perkins asked if there was anything they could do to help with the situation, such as holding fund-raisers or donating time and help.
Sipes reiterated the city’s facility is a “dog pound” and not an “animal shelter.”
“There’s a big difference,” Sipes said. “There is no way we could afford to shelter. It’s not feasible.”
Animal Control Officer Don Buerk said the pound is not used that much. He said the most dogs which have been there over the past few months was three.
Buerk said the stories about abuse at the pound are untrue and his department has to deal with owners who abuse their dogs.
“When we take those dogs to the vet, that’s because we’ve picked them up in that condition,” Buerk said. “The problem lies with the owners. We take those dogs immediately to the vet when we get them like that.”
Alderman Glenn Schneider was upset the matter hadn’t been brought to the council’s attention earlier.
“I learned about this on the street and had no idea what was going on,” Schneider said. “The council should have been notified of this problem when it happened.”
Sipes sent the matter to the Community Support Committee. Alderman Tracy Braye-Strawn, chairman, has called a meeting for Wednesday, May 5, at 6:00 p.m. in the Council Chambers of city hall to discuss the matter further.
In other business, City Engineer Greg Holthaus reported the Chestnut Street water line had not progressed. Sipes said the project would be started next week. He said the state had opened bids for the project on Apr. 23, but no other information was available.
The council approved low bids for water chemicals for the next fiscal year.
The Mayor said the final budget numbers were being reviewed and the budget should be ready before the next meeting.
Monday’s meeting came to a close at 7:50 p.m.

Obituaries: April 29, 2010

Frederick ‘Fritz’ Cothern
Frederick “Fritz” Cothern, 62, of Pana, died Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2010 in Pana Community Hospital. McCracken-Dean Funeral Home, Pana, in charge of arrangements.
Willie Jackson
Willie Monroe Jackson, 81, of Nokomis, died at 5:12 a.m., Sunday, Apr. 25, 2010, in Hillsboro Area Hospital. Stiehl-Dawson Funeral Home, Nokomis, in charge of arrangements.
Infant Zoey Jane Bland
Zoey Jane Bland, infant daughter of Josh and Crystal Moss Bland, died Tuesday, Apr. 27, 2010 in St. John’s Hospital, Springfield. McCracken-Dean Funeral Home, Pana, in charge of arrangements.
John Herbert Killam
John Herbert Killam, 88, died Thursday, Mar. 25, 2010. He was born Oct. 5, 1921 in Tower Hill, the son of Eugene and Grace Killam. He graduated in 1939 from Tower Hill High School and attended Eastern Illinois University before moving to California to work at Lockheed Aircraft. No local services scheduled.

School Menus: May 3-7, 2010

Pana Unit School Menus

Pana Community Unit 8 schools breakfast and lunch menus for the week May 3-7:

Breakfast

Monday: Captain Crunch, bagel, orange juice.

Tuesday: Pancake on a stick with syrup, applesauce.

Wednesday: Breakfast egg pizza, toast, orange juice.

Thursday: Oatmeal or Frosted Flakes, mini donuts, trail mix.

Friday: Sausage cheese biscuit, mixed fruit.

Lunch: High school, Jr. High,  Lincoln, Jefferson

Monday: Taco with lettuce and cheese, corn, peach cups.

Tuesday: Pork barbecue, baked beans, rosy applesauce. HS-hash browns. Jefferson-peas.

Wednesday: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, pears.

Thursday: Hamburger on bun, seasoned fries, mixed fruit.

Friday: Pepperoni or cheese pizza, mini carrots with ranch dressing, scalloped apples.

Washington

Monday: Taco with lettuce and cheese, corn, peaches.

Tuesday: Chicken nuggets, mashed potatoes and gravy, green beans, pears.

Wednesday: Pork barbecue, baked beans, rosy applesauce.

Thursday: Hamburger on bun, french fries, mixed fruit.

Friday: Cheese pizza, mini carrots with ranch, scalloped apples.

Sacred Heart

Pana Sacred Heart School lunch menus for the week May 3-7:

Monday: Silver dollar ham and cheese sandwich, corn, fruit.

Tuesday: Spaghetti with meat sauce, green beans, fruit.

Wednesday: Beef and scroodles, mashed potatoes, fruit.

Thursday: Silver dollar turkey and cheese sandwich, corn, fruit.

Friday: Pizza, green beans, fruit.

Golden Circle

Golden Circle Nutrition Program lunch menus for the week May 3-7, served at Pana Senior Center, Rt. 51 South:

Monday: Turkey tetrazzini, peas, glazed carrots, tangerines.

Tuesday: Swiss steak, mashed potatoes and gravy, spinach, blushing pears, graham crackers.

Wednesday: Potluck.

Thursday: Fried chicken, roasted rosemary potatoes, green beans, mandarin oranges, whole grain roll.

Friday: Chili, cheese slice, peaches, crackers, cinnamon roll.

Peace Meal

Peace Meal Senior Nutrition Program menu for the week May 3-7:

Monday: Barbecue ribs, hominy, five-bean salad, apricots, whole wheat bread.

Tuesday: Spaghetti, cauliflower, tossed salad with tomato, garlic bread, cake with peach or pineapple topping.

Wednesday: Pork loin, mashed potatoes, broccoli with cheese sauce, roll, mixed fruit.

Thursday: Beef and noodles, corn, stewed tomatoes, roll, cherry delight.

Friday: Fried chicken, baked beans, fried potatoes, whole wheat bread, peaches.

NOTICE OF PUBLIC HEARING HOUSING

AUTHORITY OF

CHRISTIAN COUNTY

The Housing Authority of christian County will hold a Public Hearing at 1:30 p.m., on June 23, 2010, in the City Council Chambers of Pana City Hall located at 120 East Third Street, Pana, IL 62557 to discuss the Authority’s FY 2010 Housing Agency Plan. Copies of the Housing Agency Plan and supporting documents are available for review from 8:30 a.m. to 4:30 p.m., Monday through Friday at the Authority’s central office located in Pana Towers at the above address.

Written comments must be submitted prior to the Public Hearing. Persons wishing to provide oral comments during the Public Hearing must register prior to the start of the hearing. To obtain additional information, please call 217-562-3742.

WRITTEN COMMENTS MUST BE SUBMITTED TO:

Housing Authority of

Christian County

Attn: FY2009 Housing

Authority Agency Plan

PO Box 86

Pana, IL 62557

(61-62c)

Garage Sales: April 29, 2010

Rummage Sales

GARAGE SALE: Sat., 8:00 a.m. – noon. 613 S. Maple. Boys clothes, 18-24 months; Pack-N-Play, toys, portable high chair, In-step jogger stroller, women’s clothes, all sizes. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Elliptical trainer, twin bed with frame, kids bikes, home decor, toddler boys clothes size 12 months to 2T, baby stuff, car seats, girls clothes size 6-8, boys clothes size 8-10. Sat., 7:00-10:00. Go to Raymond St., turn west on 325 Rd. (Old Bear Creek Rd), 4th house on right. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Fri., Apr. 30, 8:00-4:00; Sat., May 1, 8:00-noon. 808 E. 7th, Pana. Boy, girl and baby clothes, jr. clothes (M7-9), prom dress, women’s large and plus sizes, stuffed animals, toys, lots of misc., household items, pak-n-play, stroller. (60-2p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 812 E. Park Center. Thurs., Apr. 29, 4:00-7:00 p.m.; Fri., Apr. 30, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m.; Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m.-2:00 p.m. Adult, kids clothes, desk, furniture, household items, hosta plants.

(60-2p)

GARAGE-RUMMAGE sale: Fri. & Sat., 8:00 a.m.-4:00 p.m. Bedding, Longaberger baskets, lots of misc. 204 N. John.

(60-2p)

YARD SALE: Sat., May 1. 609 S. Locust. All size clothing, power wheels truck, two bicycle buggies, bar stools, wooden shutters, Nascar toys. Lots of misc. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. 204 W. Fifth. Boys and womens clothes, household items, fishing equipment, tools and lots of other misc. stuff. (61-1p)

HUGE MULTI-family yard sale: Pool table, large dresser, old radio, 2T-4T pageant dresses, children through adult clothing, small microwave, light fixtures, 1983 Mustang convertible, much more. Lunch stand on premises. 113 Michaels St., Fri., 8:00 a.m. – 5:00 p.m.; Sat., 8:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Corner of Locust and Main, across from Bob Ridings. Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Kids clothes through adult, household items and furniture, lots of baby items and toys, newborn to 2T boys clothes. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m., 101 S. Clark. Household, misc., tools, tools, tools. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Furniture, lots of misc. 125 Highway 51 South, Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. (61-1c)

GARAGE SALE: Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. 4 E. Ninth. Household goods, no clothes.

(61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 105 McArthur, Fri. & Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Baby clothes, toys, train bed, household items, misc. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Fri., Apr. 30, 8:00 a.m. to 3:00 p.m.; Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. to noon. 207 S. State, in alley. X-tra large size M/W clothes, kids clothes, knick-knacks, some plastic fishing baits. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat., May 1, 8:30 a.m. to 3:00 p.m. 344 US Hwy. 51 N, 1st house north of Rosebud. Mens, womens, boys and girls (4-6x) clothes, lots of toys, Dora, step 2 swing set, little tykes playhouse, kitchen, vanity, waffle blocks, f.p. loving family townhouse, little people sets and more, books, Christmas, antiques, household, knick-knacks, flower pots and much more stuff. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: 1002 S. Hickory. Fri., Apr. 30, 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m.; Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Clothing, boys 1 to 6 years, womens starting at size 6, toys, dolls, misc. (61-1p)

3-FAMILY RUMMAGE sale: Thurs., Apr. 29, 4:00 – 8:00 p.m.; Fri., Apr. 30, 9:00 a.m. – 3:00 p.m.; Sat., May 1, 9:00 a.m. – noon. 500 W. Lake & Franklin. Tons of name brand girls clothes, infants to 6X, boys infants to 12 months, youth and adult clothing, toys, table and chairs, good dresser, glider, ceramic dolls, lots of misc., men’s western shirts. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 313 Kitchell, Thurs., 3:30 p.m. – ?; Fri., 9:30 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. Craft books, CDs, some old misc., kitchen plunder, youth boys and ladies clothes. (61-1p)

FAMILY RUMMAGE SALE: Fri., 4:00 to 7:00 p.m.; Sat., 7:00 a.m. – noon. 811 E. Sixth, Burris/Koons. Tons of boy clothes 0-18 months, misc. baby items, black entertainment center, men and women clothing, home decorations.

(61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat. 8:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Girls clothing 6 months to 10-12, men and womens clothing lots of this and that, 1 mile east of Rt. 51-16 junction, then 1 mile north (County Line road). (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat. 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. 714 Spruce St. Clothing, stereo, toys, misc. (61-1p)

BIG BOOK sale, 614 S. Spruce. Sat., 8:00-11:00 a.m. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 503 S. Poplar. Fri., 5:00-7:00 p.m., Sat., 8:00-? Medical scrubs S-XL, kids clothing, boys and girls, misc. items. (61-1c)

MULTI-Family garage sale: 917 E. Third. Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. (61-1p)

NAZARENE Church rummage sale. Corner of Fairgrounds & Sixth Sts. All items 50¢ unless otherwise marked. All proceeds go toward youth mission trip. Sat., 8:00 a.m. to noon. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Rain or shine, 611 Cherry. Sat., 8:00 a.m. to noon. Lighting fixtures, ceiling fan, head board, baby items, home decor, mens and womens clothing, girls size 3-5T. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 1003 E. Second. Fri., 4:00-7:00 p.m.; Sat., 8:00-11:00 a.m. Toddler boys and girls clothes, juniors small and medium, lots of great toys, Fisher Price bounce & spin pony, jumperoo, child’s work bench, misc. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: 209 N. Franklin, Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Baby-kids clothes, toys, furniture, women’s large sizes, lots more. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: 707 S. Hickory, Sat., 8:00 a.m. to noon, rain or shine. Boys 24m-3T, girls 3T-6, juniors, toys.

(61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat., 8:00 – noon. 314 N. Hickory. Womens clothes size 11-15, jeans, dress pants, shoes, girls size 6-6X – 7/8, jogging stroller, baby saucer. (61-1p)

MULTI-FAMILY garage sale and bake sale. Fri., 8:00 a.m. to 6:00 p.m.; Sat., 8:00 a.m. to 4:00 p.m. Three blocks south of bank in Tower Hill. Baby, teen and adult clothing, baby items, toys and lots of misc.

(61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Fri., & Sat., 8:00 – ? 101 W. Dayton, Tower Hill. Crib, changing table, dresser set, boy and girl todder clothes, juniors, mens, lots of misc. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Fri., 8:00-1:00; Sat., 8:00-noon. (Gatons) 6 miles down Tower Hill/Herrick blacktop road. Inside sale, rain or shine! Multi-family, color TV, plus size clothing, boys and girls clothing, shoes, tupperware, 50 gallon plastic water tank with pump, step ladder, books, toys and much more. (61-1p)

RUMMAGE SALE: Sat., May 1, 8:00 a.m. to 1:00 p.m. 115 Fillmore St. (across from Christian Church), Tower Hill. 20 in. & 32 in. televisions, Jensen Home entertainment system (new in box, never opened), computer monitor, keyboard, speakers, small book shelf, dresser, some clothing, misc.

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GARAGE SALE: Sat., 10:00 a.m. to 5:00 p.m. Route 16 between the two curves in Tower Hill. Clothes, Beanie Babies collectibles, Nascar collectibles, Elvis stuff, Chicago Bull T-shirts, DVD player, tanning lotions, go karts, baby stuff and more. (61-1p)

GARAGE SALE: Sat., 8:00 a.m – ? 206 Ontario, Tower Hill. Clothes, girls (6 mo.-size 8) womens, mens, misc. items.

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RUMMAGE SALE: Fri. & Sat., 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. Yellow house behind Boarman Storage in Tower Hill. Hutchinson/Sims. (61-1p)