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     Jacksonville soldier
     killed in Afghanistan
      Friends share memories of Sgt. Andrew Tobin                                                                                                                                                                  AP/ALEX BRANDON
                                                                                                                                        An Army carry team lifts a transfer case containing the
       BY JAKE RUSSELL                 2nd Battalion, 87th Infantry Regi-                leader in the dorms.                           remains of Army Sgt. Andrew R. Tobin as U.S. Army Brig.
           JOURNAL-COURIER             ment, 3rd Brigade Combat Team,                       “He taught us how to be com-                Gen. Charles R. “Ray” Bailey, Deputy Chief of Chaplains
    A Jacksonville soldier has been    10th Mountain Division, For t                     fortable in college,” Wagner said.             (left) and U.S. Air Force Col. Thomas Joyce, Commander Air
killed in Afghanistan, the Depart-     Drum, N.Y.                                        “He showed us how to have a                    Force Mortuary Affairs, salute Friday at Dover Air Force
ment of Defense confirmed Fri-              Friends of Tobin described                    good time and live it to the fullest,          Base, Del. According to the Department of Defense, Tobin,
day.                                   him as an outgoing, good-natured                  being away from home.”                         of Jacksonville died while supporting Operation Enduring
    Sgt. Andrew R. Tobin, 24, of       man who smiled a lot and cheered                     An ice storm in Jacksonville in             Freedom.
Jacksonville died Wednesday in         up whoever he was around.                         2007 knocked all the power out
Kandahar province, Afghanistan,            He was like a big brother to                  at MacMurray, leaving students
of wounds suffered when ene-           Chad Wagner, who met Tobin in                     stuck in their dorms with noth-                   “He completely made a fool of                            When Wagner’s grandmoth-
my forces attacked his unit using      2006 when he moved to Jackson-                    ing to do. Tobin knocked on Wag-               himself,” Wagner said. “He want-                         er died his freshman year, Tobin
small arms fire.                        ville to attend MacMurray Col-                    ner’s door with underwear on his               ed to dress up and go to room to
    Tobin was assigned to the          lege. Tobin was Wagner’s peer                     head.                                          room looking like a fool.”                               SOLDIER KILLED, see Page 2

                                                                                                  Tak in g                         th e                      f i el d
 at picnic
    There always seems to be
plenty of lip-smacking good,
down home cooking offered up at
small-town celebrations through-
out the region.
    Waverly’s Old Fashioned Com-
munity Picnic, an annual celebra-
tion signifying the end of sum-
mer, is no exception.
    The annual celebration held in
Salter Park on the town’s square
was expanded this year to four
days because the community also
is celebrating its 175th anniversa-
ry. The event kicked off Thurs-
day and runs through Sunday.
    The Waverly First United
Methodist Church is offering ice
cream and several types of cake,
including strawberry short cake,
with strawberries grown and con-
tributed by church member and                                                                                                                                                                           JOURNAL-COURIER/ROBERT LEISTRA
Mayor Joe Bostic.                      Members of the Triopia football team rush onto the field before the start of the game Friday night against West Cen-
    “We got together Wednesday         tral at Triopia. Friday marked the beginning of the 2011 football season for area teams. See Sports on Page 9 for sto-
                                       ries from Jerseyville at Jacksonville High, West Central at Triopia, Brown County at Calhoun, and Mendon Unity at North
WAVERLY, see Page 7                    Greene, plus roundups.

      Waverly man hit by                                                                                     Judge: No paychecks for
    train, severing his foot                                                                               regional superintendents yet
       BY CODY BOZARTH                    The sherif f ’s depar tment
           JOURNAL-COURIER             was initially called by Burling-                               BY JAKE RUSSELL                   that does not eliminate the offic-                        school employees, bus driver
    An accident Thursday in            ton Northern engineers who re-                                        JOURNAL-COURIER            es, just the state’s funding.                            training and GED programs for
which a Waverly man lost his foot      ported they believed the train hit                   Jeff Stephens said it seems                    This was after the Illinois As-                       students who have left school.
when he was hit by a train under-      someone.                                          like he’s busier now than he’s ev-             sociation of Regional Superinten-                           Sangamon County Judge
scores the dangers of trespassing         Carmody thought Adams was                      er been.                                       dents of Schools filed a lawsuit in                       John Schmidt told The Associat-
on tracks, railroad and safety offi-    walking along the track before                       The only problem is he isn’t                Sangamon County a week earli-                            ed Press the governor has “broad
cials said.                            the accident and said it’s believed               getting paid.                                  er seeking paychecks that have                           power” to control state spending.
    Thomas Adams, 52, was hit          alcohol was a factor. He said when                   A circuit judge’s ruling on Fri-            been cut off since July.                                 He ruled that it would be wrong
by a train about 10:40 p.m. near       engineers spotted Adams, he was                   day upheld Gov. Pat Quinn’s deci-                 Regional superintendents su-                          to “thrust the court into the ap-
South Lions Road west of Waver-        lying down with his leg over the                  sion to zero-out the budget of re-             pervise things such as school in-                        propriations process.”
ly, Morgan County Sheriff’s Chief                                                        gional offices of education around              spections to make sure they’re
Deputy Mike Carmody said.              HIT BY TRAIN, see Page 7                          the state — an $11.3 million cut               safe, background checks of                               SUPERINTENDENTS, see Page 7

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                                                                     REGIONAL RECORD
                                     v     O B I T U A R I E S                                       v                                                        T O D A Y ’ S
                   Dorothy Mae Crabtree                                                   Oleta M. Jacoby                                                      obituaries
                            1924 - 2011                                                     1923 - 2011                                      DOROTHY MAE BOUNDS, 83, of Austin, Texas, died
                                                                                                                                          Monday, Aug. 15, 2011, at the Park Bend Health Care
                           • B E R L I N •                                                  • A L T O N •                                 Center in Austin, Texas. Celebration of Life services will
                                                                                                                                          be held 11 a.m. Saturday, Sept. 3, 2011, at Niebur Funeral
    Dorothy Mae Crabtree, 87, of Berlin, died at 7:10 p.m.                Oleta M. Jacoby, 88, died at 7:55 a.m. Friday, Aug. 26,
                                                                                                                                          Chapel in Barry, with burial of the cremated remains at
Thursday, Aug. 25, 2011, at Lewis Memorial Christian Vil-             2011, at Blu-Fountain Manor in Godfrey where she had re-
                                                                                                                                          the Park Lawn Cemetery in Barry.
lage.                                                                 sided for approximately the past two years.
    Dorothy was born Jan. 3, 1924, the                                    Born May 15, 1923, in Mount Vernon,
                                                                                                                                              DOROTHY MAE CRABTREE, 87, of Berlin, died Thurs-
daughter of George and Lee Morgan                                     she was the daughter of James and Mil-
                                                                                                                                          day evening, Aug. 25, 2011, at Lewis Memorial Christian
Sheppard. She married Lenvil Crab-                                    lie (Stilly) Cooper.
                                                                                                                                          Village in Springfield. Funeral services will be held 12 p.m.
tree in July 1939. He preceded her in                                     Oleta retired as a manager for
                                                                                                                                          Monday at McCullough-Delaney and Butler Funeral Home
death Jan. 15, 1945.                                                  Hamer Food Market after 33 years of
                                                                                                                                          in New Berlin, with burial at Woodwreath Cemetery near
    She was also preceded in death by                                 service. She was active with the Al-
                                                                                                                                          New Berlin. The family will meet friends two hours prior
her parents; brother, Albert Sheppard;                                ton Horticulture Club and enjoyed go-
                                                                                                                                          to services Monday at the funeral home.
and sister, Katherine Graham.                                         ing to the Round House in Wood Riv-
    She is survived by two daughters, D.                              er. She was a member of the VFW La-
                                                                                                                                             MELISSA EVELYN HARDWICK, 90, of Carrollton, died
Dolores Johnson of Springfield and Anna                                dies Auxiliary and served as Secretary/
                                                                                                                                          Thursday morning, Aug. 25, 2011, at Boyd Memorial Hos-
Mae Shafer of Berlin; two grandsons, Neil                             Treasurer for the Madison County Associa-
                                                                                                                                          pital in Carrollton. Graveside services will be held 11 a.m.
(wife, Tracy) Shafer and Wade Shafer, both of Berlin; two             tion for the Blind.
                                                                                                                                          Monday at Carrollton City Cemetery. Airsman-Hires Fu-
great-grandsons, Terence and Tanner Shafer; one niece;                    On March 22, 1941 in St. Louis, she married David E.
                                                                                                                                          neral Home in Carrollton is in charge of arrangements.
three nephews; and many cousins.                                      Jacoby. He preceded her in death April 6, 1993.
    Family will receive friends from 10 a.m.-12 p.m. on Mon-              Surviving is a daughter and son-in-law, Pamela and
                                                                                                                                              OLETA M. JACOBY, 88, of Alton, died Friday morning,
day at McCullough-Delaney and Butler Funeral Home, 714                Corless Hungerford of Port Charlotte, Fla.; and a son and
                                                                                                                                          Aug. 26, 2011, at Blu-Fountain Manor in Godfrey. Funer-
E. Gibson St., New Berlin. Funeral ceremony will follow at            daughter-in-law, H. Michael and Janet Jacoby of Jackson-
                                                                                                                                          al services will be held 10 a.m. Sunday at Gent Funeral
12 p.m. with Jerry Lynch officiating. Burial will follow at            ville; four grandchildren, Derek Jacoby and wife Karen
                                                                                                                                          Home in Alton, with burial at Brighton Cemetery. Visita-
Woodwreath Cemetery near New Berlin. Memorial contri-                 of Bartlett, Damon Jacoby and wife Jennifer of Temecula,
                                                                                                                                          tion will be from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at the funeral home.
butions may be made to: New Berlin Veterans War Memo-                 Calif., Dana Jacobs of Chatham and Melinda Scheer and
rial, P.O. Box 394, New Berlin, IL 62670. Please visit butler-        husband Michael of Muscat, Oman; eight great-grandchil-
funeralhomes.com to offer your condolences.                           dren; and one sister, Patsy Walsh. She was preceded in
                                                                      death by four brothers, Emory, Dale, Buster and Ray Coo-                                  pending
                                                                      per; and two sisters, Minnie Fleaner and Mabel Green.                   FRANCES NELSON, 91, of Springfield, Mo., and for-
                                                                          Visitation will be from 2-4 p.m. Sunday at Gent Funer-
          Visit www.myjournalcourier.com                              al Home in Alton where funeral services will be at 10 a.m.
                                                                                                                                          merly of Arenzville, died Friday afternoon, Aug. 26, 2011,
                                                                                                                                          at the Neighborhoods at Quill Creek in Springfield, Mo.
          to view paid and free obituaries.                           Monday. The Reverend Steve Rice will officiate. Burial will          Arrangements are pending at Williamson Funeral Home
           You may also leave condolences                             be at Brighton Cemetery in Brighton. Memorials may be               in Jacksonville.
                                                                      made to the Madison County Association for the Blind.
               and sign the guestbook.                                Online guestbook and information may be found at www.                  MARIE REDFERN, 89, of Pittsfield, died Friday morn-
                                                                      gentfuneralhome.com.                                                ing, Aug. 26, 2011, at Pittsfield Manor. Arrangements are
                                                                                                                                          pending at Niebur Funeral Home in Pittsfield.

                                                                                                                                                   services announced
                                                                                                                                              Memorial services for JAMES R. GRIFFIN will be held
                                                                                                                                          2 p.m. Monday at Chapin Christian Church. Family and
                                                                                                                                          friends are invited to attend. Mr. Griffin died Tueday, July
                                                     POLICE BEAT                                                                          5, 2011, in Kirkland, Wash.

                                             FROM OFFICIAL REPORTS OF PUBLIC RECORD
                                                                                                                                                          U P C O M I N G
Morgan County                                                             • Joshua R. Jones, 23, of 6 Laurel Court was arrested
                                                                      about 1:20 a.m. Friday on charges of improper lane use                                    services
Sheriff                                                               and driving under the influence of alcohol.                         STARK, WILMA MAURINE                     TURNBEAUGH,
                                                                          • Michael D. Dunham, 33, of 352 W. College Ave., Apt.                                                     BEULAH M.
ARRESTS, CITATIONS                                                    F, was arrested about 1:25 a.m. Friday on a disorderly con-            3 p.m. today, Lummis
   • Walter R. Wright, 81, of Alexander was arrested about            duct charge.                                                                                             11 a.m. today, Lummis
                                                                                                                                          Funeral Home in Pleas-
12:35 p.m. Friday on a charge of driving with a canceled                  • Dametry T. Davis, 24, of 1592 Hardin Ave. was ar-                                               Funeral Home in Pleas-
                                                                                                                                          ant Hill. Crescent Heights
driver’s license.                                                     rested about 6:50 p.m. Friday on charges of driving while                                             ant Hill. Crescent Heights
                                                                                                                                          Cemetery in Pleasant Hill.
BURGLARIES, THEFTS                                                    license suspended or revoked, operating an all-terrain ve-                                            Cemetery in Pleasant Hill.
   • An air-conditioning unit was stolen from the front               hicle on a highway and operating an uninsured vehicle.                                                Visitation will be one hour
porch of a residence in the 300 block of Washington Street            BURGLARIES, THEFTS                                                                                    prior to services today.
in Meredosia, according to a sheriff’s report about 10:30                 • A woman reported about 1:35 p.m. Friday that her
a.m. Friday.                                                          purse was taken from her daughter’s vehicle in the 1200
                                                                      block of Edgehill Road.
Jacksonville Police                                                       • Someone broke into a vehicle around 5:45 p.m. Fri-
                                                                      day and took a white Apple iPhone4 valued at $600, a black
                                                                      faux leather wallet valued at $10, a checkbook, gift cards
    • Amanda R. Kluge, 27, of 815 N. Main St. was cited
about 7:45 a.m. Friday on a charge of failure to yield after a
two-vehicle accident at Anna and Prairie streets.
                                                                      and debit and credit cards. Police said the burglary oc-
                                                                      curred in the 200 of block of West College Avenue.                       Ameren, ComEd sending crews
    • A 17-year-old male driver was cited on a charge of
following too closely after a chain reaction accident about
                                                                      OTHER REPORTS
                                                                          • Police recovered a counterfeit bill from U.S. Bank,                     to hurricane areas
4:20 p.m. Friday involving three vehicles in the 1000 block           300 N. Main St., according to a report to police about 10:30            CHICAGO (AP) — Illinois utilities are rolling to the res-
of West Morton Avenue.                                                a.m.                                                                cue as Hurricane Irene bears down on the East Coast.
    Police said the teen’s vehicle struck the rear of a ve-                                                                                   Ameren Illinois and ComEd say they’re sending more
hicle driven by John R. Power, 62, of Jacksonville. The                                                                                   than 200 crews to help fix electricity outages.
impact caused Power’s vehicle to hit the rear of a vehicle            Cass County                                                             Ameren says it’s sending nearly 100 workers to Vermont
                                                                                                                                          in response to a request from Central Vermont Public Ser-
driven by Brent W. Hinthorne, 37, of Winchester.
    Power was taken to Passavant Area Hospital, where he              Virginia Police                                                     vice — a utility that has helped Ameren’s Illinois customers
was treated and released. No injuries were reported to the            ARRESTS, CITATIONS                                                  in recent years through mutual assistance. Ameren says it’s
other two drivers and a boy, 6, and a girl, 11, who were pas-            • Zachery A. Hager, 26, of 501 E. Grant St. was booked           agreed to send linemen, supervisors, and safety and logistics
sengers in the teen’s vehicle, police said.                           into the Morgan County jail about 1:10 a.m. Friday on               personnel.
    • A 17-year-old female was treated by emergency medi-             charges of possession of a controlled substance, posses-                ComEd says it’ll send more than 100 crews to support its
cal personnel at the scene of an accident about 4:20 p.m.             sion of narcotic instrument and no seat belt.                       sister utility, PECO, in Philadelphia.
Friday near College Avenue and Kosciusko Street. Police
said a vehicle driven by the teen struck an unoccupied
parked vehicle. The teen was not cited nor transported to
the hospital.
    • A woman reported about 4:55 p.m. Friday that a vehi-
cle drove off after striking her vehicle while it was parked
near State and Howe streets.
    • Thomas D. Brogdon, 21, of 327 N. West St. was ar-
                                                                          SOLDIER KILLED: Sgt. Tobin’s friends remember
rested about 9:30 p.m. Thursday on a Macon County war-                u Continued from Page 1                                            fall of 2006, but left the college around the same time the
rant accusing him of failing to pay on a battery charge.              was the first person to cheer him up, Wagner said.                  wrestling program was cut.
                                                                          Tobin also helped Craig McMurtry become acclimated                 When Tobin decided his calling was in the military, he
                                                                      to college life.                                                   stopped by Blanchette’s office a few times and made it clear
                                                                          McMurtry hung out with Tobin and his wife, Katie To-           that he had taken ownership of his roles in the Army the
                                                                      bin, in McMurtry’s hometown, Peoria, about two weeks ago           way he had in wrestling.
                                                                      when Tobin was on his rest and relaxation.                             “The Army was his team,” Blanchette said. “He was a
                                                                          Laura Schnelten also saw him about the same time, she          great kid and it was a very sad moment when I heard that it
                                                                      said. They met at a T.G.I. Friday’s in Springfield and he tried     had happened.”
                                                                      to convince everybody at the table to order steak, Schnelten           Jacksonville Mayor Andy Ezard asked that flags at city
                                                                      said. He was successful convincing Schnelten’s little broth-       buildings be flown at half-staff this week until after Sgt. To-
                                                                      er.                                                                                    bin’s funeral, which has not yet been an-
                                                                          Schnelten had known him about five                                                  nounced.
                                                                      years, primarily through his wife, Katie                                                    Ezard encouraged all local businesses
                                                                      Tobin. She met both of them at MacMur-                                                 and residents who display flags to consid-
                                                                      ray College.                                   “He always had a smile on his           er flying their flags at half-staff in honor
                                                                          “He was real goofy,” she said, recall-                                             and in memory of Tobin.
                                                                      ing how he liked the song “Barbie Girl”         face and kept the coaches                   “The city of Jacksonville is saddened to
                                                                      by Aqua, singing it in the shower and put-                                             hear of the death of Sgt. Andrew Tobin, a
                                                                      ting it three times on a CD that he used
                                                                      for training.
                                                                                                                      and players on their toes.”            proud and dedicated soldier, and a young
                                                                                                                                                             man who gave his life for our country,”
                                                                          Tobin’s Manteno High School princi-          — Cory Blanchette, wrestling coach    said Mayor Andy Ezard in a statement.
                                                                      pal, Paul Russert, remembers him as a                                                  “The entire city is very proud of all our lo-
                                                                      conscientious and respectful young man,                                                cal heroes in the armed forces fighting for
                                                                      who had a good work ethic and a funny                                                  our country’s freedom. Our thoughts and
                                                                      personality.                                                                           deepest sympathies go to Sgt. Andrew To-
                                                                          Tobin graduated in 2005 and went to MacMurray College          bin’s family.”
                                                                      before enlisting in the Army.                                          Justin Dalton lives in Chicago now, but he used to work at
                                                                          His most notable achievement in high school was making         the gym with Tobin. At MacMurray College, the two shared
                                                                      it to the state level in wrestling, even though he started lat-    several accounting classes and were work-out partners.
                                                                      er than many students, head wrestling coach Cory Blanch-               “He always had a cheesy grin on his face from ear to ear,”
                                                                      ette said.                                                         Dalton said. “You probably couldn’t smack it off him if you
                                                                          Wrestling is a thankless sport because not many students       wanted to. I think that’s what a lot of people are going to miss
                                                                      follow it and it doesn’t get as much press as other sports,        about the guy. I’m going to miss hanging out with him. I’m
                                                                      Blanchette said. It takes a lot of personal drive.                 going to miss a lot. He was one of my really good friends.”
                                                                          When Tobin was a senior, he wrestled at 152 pounds but             Dalton saw him for a couple hours when Tobin was on
                                                                      bumped himself up to 160 to wrestle a student who was sec-         his rest and relaxation.
                                                                      ond in state. Though Tobin lost, he rose to the challenge and          “He had like six months until he was coming back,” Dal-
                                                                      the match went into overtime.                                      ton said. “Then he left. You never thought it would happen
                                                                          “But just as soon as he comes off the mat, he was a screwy     because he kept coming back. You see it on TV, but you nev-
                                                                      kid,” Blanchette said. “You never knew what he would say           er think it could be your friend. It definitely paints what’s go-
                                                                      next. He always had a smile on his face and kept the coaches       ing on overseas in a different light for me now.”
                                                                      and players on their toes.”
                                                                          Tobin wrestled at MacMurray College in 2005 and the                                 jrussell@myjournalcourier.com
                                                                                                                                             Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011                   3

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ment personnel.                          ley Hall on Friday.                                                                                                                                      nity Center, 1100 S. State
                                                                                                                                                                                                  St. Concerts: noon and 6
                                                                                                                                                                                                  p.m. Also, washer tour-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  nament, car and motor-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  cycle show, 5k Run/Walk
                                                                                                                                                                                                  for Poverty, cake walk,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  bake sale, silent auction,
                                                                                                                                                                                                  dunk tank, sandbag toss,
Quinn OKs law giving more time for FOIA responses                                                                                                                                                 bounce house, face paint-
                                                                                                                                                                                                  ing, clowns, balloons,
   CHICAGO (AP) — Gov. Pat               provide documents.                       organization.                              “The legislation allows govern-                                      u MURRAYVILLE: FAM-
Quinn signed legislation Friday              The measure goes into effect             “For a state that is constant-      ments to send some citizen re-                                          ILY FUN NIGHT, 4-9 p.m.
that gives Illinois more time to re-     immediately. It also lets govern-        ly struggling to overcome an im-        cords requests to the back of the                                       at Mason’s Grocery, 104
spond to Freedom of Information          ment entities charge for the actu-       age of corruption, this is a step       stack, where they can remain for                                        E. Prospect. Sponsor: Girl
Act inquiries from so-called “re-        al costs of retrieving information.      in the wrong direction,” said the       months or even years,” said Whit-                                       Scout Troop 5474. Pro-
current requesters.”                         The move brought criticism           center’s executive director, Terry      ney Woodward, policy associate                                          ceeds to benefit trip to Sa-
   Government entities normally          from some civic groups, who say          Pastika.                                with the group.                                                         vannah, Ga. Children’s ac-
must fulfill FOIA requests within         the new law discourages open gov-            The new law also provides a dis-       Both groups said the new law                                         tivities, food, musical en-
seven business days or 14 busi-          ernment and is anti-democratic.          incentive for local governments to      erodes steps Quinn took toward                                          tertainment.
ness days with an extension. Un-             The legislation erodes govern-       make information available online,      open information in 2009, when
                                                                                                                                                                                                  DAILY UPDATE, see Page 4
der the new law, the government          ment accountability, transparen-         without charging citizens, said the     he was governor less than two
has 21 days to respond to FOIAs          cy and accountability, according         Illinois Campaign for Political Re-     months. Quinn ordered state agen-
from “recurrent requesters” and          to the Elmhurst-based Citizen Ad-        form, a non-profit, non-partisan        cies to study what information can
a “reasonable period” to actually        vocacy Center, a community legal         public interest organization.           be made available online.

                                                                                                                                                                                                  STATE LOTTERY
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pick Three-Midday
                                                                 IN BRIEF                                                                                                                            Pick Three-Evening
                                                          The Quincy Herald-Whig reports that Judge          in which prosecutors have not revealed physi-
  Madigan: Smaller meth labs                          Scott Walden sentenced 29-year-old Phillip Diaz
                                                      on Friday. Diaz pleaded guilty in May to first-de-
                                                                                                             cal evidence linking Peterson to ex-wife Kathleen
                                                                                                             Savio’s death.
                                                                                                                                                                                                     Pick Four-Midday

     increasing in Illinois                           gree murder in the May 2010 death of Ian Barks-
                                                      dale in a Quincy parking lot.
                                                                                                                 Peterson is suspected in the 2007 disappear-
                                                                                                             ance of his fourth wife, Stacy Peterson, but he

    CARTERVILLE (AP) — Attorney General                                                                                                                                                              Pick Four-Evening
                                                          Judge Scott Walden called the crime “a very        hasn’t been charged.
Lisa Madigan met with southern Illinois law en-       cold-hearted act.” Prosecutors asked for a 45-             Glasgow says a trial won’t happen until some-
forcement to talk about how to stop the spread        year sentence. Barksdale’s attorney requested 25       time next year.
of small-scale methamphetamine production.            years.                                                                                                                                         Little Lotto
    Madigan talked on Friday in Carterville about         Diaz told the victim’s relatives he regrets what                                                                                           8-9-11-15-35
the smaller labs, which use empty, plastic bottles
to mix smaller batches of meth. The new method
                                                      he did and he hopes that “will give the family
                                                      some closure.”
                                                                                                                  Shield maker sanctioned                                                            Estimated Little Lotto
lets drug makers elude laws that regulate the sale
of the key meth ingredient pseudoephedrine.
                                                          Authorities say the shooting happened af-
                                                      ter the two men had an encounter at a nightclub
                                                                                                                      in Belleville trial                                                         Jackpot
    The Methamphetamine Precursor Control Act         where Barksdale worked.                                    BELLEVILLE (AP) — A St. Clair Coun-
of 2006 restricts consumers from buying more                                                                 ty judge has sanctioned attorneys for a ballistic
than two packages of pseudoephedrine at one                                                                                                                                                          Estimated Lotto
                                                                                                             shield maker, ruling they failed to turn over prop-
time. That led to a 52 percent drop in meth lab re-
ports in 2007. But Madigan says meth produc-
                                                          Prosecutors appeal ruling                          er documents in a product liability case.
                                                                                                                 The Belleville News-Democrat reports that                                           $3,250,000
ers have adapted and now use lawful amounts
of pseudoephedrine to make smaller batches of              in Drew Peterson case                             Judge Lloyd Cueto on Friday called Safariland at-
                                                                                                             torney actions “dishonest.”                                                             Estimated Powerball
meth.                                                     JOLIET (AP) — Will County State’s Attorney             The lawsuit was brought by a former Belleville                                   Jackpot
    She says producing smaller batches is easier      Jim Glasgow says he’ll go to trial against Drew        police sergeant blinded after being shot in the                                         $61,000,000
to conceal and can be mobile.                         Peterson even if his office loses an appeal to the      face by a homicide suspect. Jon Brough sued Sa-
                                                      Illinois Supreme Court.                                fariland, alleging the company improperly mar-                                          Mega Millions
                                                          Will County prosecutors want jurors to hear        keted the shield for use in dynamic entries.
 45-year sentence for Chicago                         several hearsay statements they say link the for-
                                                      mer Bolingbrook police officer to the 2004 drown-
                                                                                                                 Brough’s attorney, Thomas Keefe, argued
                                                                                                             he couldn’t develop a lawsuit because he didn’t

                                                                                                                                                                                                     Mega Ball
     man in Quincy killing                            ing of his third wife. A state appellate court
                                                      ruled the statements were not admissible and
                                                                                                             have documents or documents were provided
                                                                                                             too late. Safariland attorneys argued that attor-
   QUINCY (AP) — A Chicago man has been               Glasgow’s office announced an appeal on Friday.         ney mistakes shouldn’t penalize the client, Sa-
sentenced to 45 years in prison in the shooting                                                                                                                                                     Estimated Mega
                                                          The appeal was widely expected because the         fariland.
death of another man in the Mississippi River city                                                                                                                                                Millions Jackpot
                                                      hearsay evidence is considered crucial in a case           A trial is set for next week.
of Quincy.                                                                                                                                                                                          $14,000,000
4   Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011

                                                                                                                                              BABY TALK
Engaged couple’s differences                                                                                     Verification of paternity must be pro-
                                                                                                              vided prior to publication of a birth an-
                                                                                                                                                                       great-grandparents are Pam Bodwell of
                                                                                                                                                                       Roodhouse, Kay Morrow of White Hall
                                                                                                              nouncement. Passavant Area Hospital                      and Connie and Ed Fisher of Winchester.

 are cause for needed pause                                                                                   will provide this information to the paper
                                                                                                              for those families completing the hospital’s
                                                                                                              Newborn Newspaper/Radio Release Form
                                                                                                                                                                           CHRISTOPHER VINYARD and KEN-
                                                                                                                                                                       DRA WALLIS of Roodhouse became
                                                                                                                                                                       the parents of a daughter, Journee Tay-
                                                                                                              and submitting it through the hospital.                  lor Vinyard, at 3:28 p.m. Friday, June 10,
                                                     DEAR ABBY:                                               The family must provide verification for                  2011, at the Carol Jo Vecchie Women’s
                                                                                                              births at all other hospitals. A copy of the             Services of St. John’s Hospital in Spring-
          eth” and I have been going out for almost three years. We have been

                                                                                                              hospital-issued birth record is acceptable.              field. She weighed 2 pounds, 15.7 ounc-
          engaged for a year and I love him, but every time he talks about living                                ELI BODWELL and NATASHA WAL-                          es. Her grandparents are Richard and Ju-
                                                                                                              LIS of Jacksonville became the parents                   lie Wallis and Eugene and Eva Vinyard,
          together or getting married, I get so nervous and scared that I suffer                              of a daughter, Jaiden Marie Bodwell, at                  all of Roodhouse, and Silke Tompkins of
anxiety attacks.                                                                                              3:28 a.m. Friday, Aug. 19, 2011, at Jersey               South Carolina. Her great-grandparents
                                                                                                              Community Hospital in Jerseyville. She                   are Phillip and Karen Baker of North
    We have differences when                                   is welcome to see my children                  weighed 8 pounds, 4 ounces. Her grand-                   Carolina, Virgil and Pam Wallis of White
it comes to handling money,                                    anytime, but not with him. She                 parents are June and Chris Bodwell of                    Hall and Jerry and Roma Sharrow and
keeping the house in order                                     thinks I’m being unreason-                     Roodhouse, Christina Campbell of Win-                    Robert and Norma Vinyard, all of Rood-
and having pets. We also ar-                                   able, and I’m uncomfortable                    chester and Jeff Wallis of White Hall. Her               house.
gued about a pre-nup agree-                                    about the way she is pressing
ment. Seth won’t change his                                    the issue. What should I do?
position on it and I’m still re-                               — CAN’T BACK DOWN ON
sentful. I’m worried that if we                                THIS ONE
live together I’ll end up with                                     DEAR CAN’T BACK
his debts. If things don’t work                                DOWN: Stand firm in your re-
out, I don’t want to start all
over again.
    We’re both divorced with
                                           DEAR ABBY           solve until such time as you are
                                                               convinced the “perfect man”
                                                               will not offend again. Your
kids. We have a good relationship except         mother is emotional about him and is not                                MEETINGS C ALENDAR FOR CLUB S & ORG ANIZATIONS
for my fear of going to the next level. —        thinking clearly. If he had leveled about
SKITTISH IN CANADA                               the fact he’s on parole and for what, that                                                                            ter at Eighth Street. Open to all women
    DEAR SKITTISH: You and Seth have             would be one thing. But he didn’t, and that
                                                                                                                       ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS                            who want to be alcohol-free and drug-
significant areas of disagreement, and            is cause for worry.                                          Meetings are nonsmoking. The only re-                    free.
they are ones that could affect the out-                                                                      quirement is a desire to stop drinking.                  n WHITE HALL: CLOSED DISCUSSION,
come of your relationship. That’s why it is          DEAR ABBY: I am a man who has                            “Open” meetings are open to anyone. 371-                 7 p.m. at First Christian Church, Main
important for you to seek premarital coun-       tried to lose weight for my health and                       0638 or www.jacksonvilleaa.org.                          Street and Bridgeport.
seling to see if they can be worked out. If      failed. I am trying again now and have lost                  JACKSONVILLE LOCATIONS:
they can’t be, then you and Seth need to         40 pounds. A couple of years ago I did the                   n FIRST BAPTIST CHURCH, 1701                                             OTHER MEETINGS
find different partners, because the issues       same thing, and then before I knew it I                      Mound Ave. Wheelchair-accessible.
upon which you differ are deal-breakers,         gained it all back. I’m really trying to keep                n CLUB HOWS, 638 S. Church St.                                              Saturday
and the last thing either of you — or your       it off this time.                                            n WELLS CENTER, 1300 Lincoln Ave.                        n JACKSONVILLE AMATEUR RADIO
children — need is another divorce.                  A co-worker said, “You look good with                                                                             SOCIETY’S NET, 9 p.m. Transmitted on
                                                 the weight loss, but do you think you’ll be                                      Saturday                             K9JX repeater. K9JX.com.
    DEAR ABBY: I have always had a close         able to keep it off this time?” I had no idea                n OPEN DISCUSSION, 10 a.m. at the                        n WEIGHT WATCHERS, 9 a.m. at Fit-
relationship with my mother. She is smart,       what to say. I told him we all have our vic-                 Wells Center. Wheelchair-accessible, use                 ness World Health Club, 1521 W. Wal-
wonderful and sweet, but she can also be         es, but I am trying. Abby, the comment                       back entrance at northeast corner.                       nut. Weigh-in 30 minutes before meeting.
naive.                                           hurt my feelings. How would you suggest                      n OPEN SPEAKER, 8 p.m. at Club Hows.                     (800) 651-6000.
    In the past Mom has trusted people           handling the situation? — SMALLER IN                                                                                  n WINCHESTER: WINCHESTER HIGH
who turned out to be not very nice. When         NEW HAMPSHIRE                                                                     Sunday                              SCHOOL CLASS OF 1951 REUNION, 6
she began this relationship with the “per-           DEAR SMALLER: Your co-work-                              n CLOSED 12 & 12 DISCUSSION, 8                           p.m. at First Baptist Church Fellowship
fect man,” I was curious. I inquired about       er’s comment was thoughtless. But if he                      p.m. at Club Hows. “12&12 Group.”                        Hall.
his prior relationships and history in gen-      brings up the subject again, tell him how                    n BEARDSTOWN: CLOSED DISCUS-
eral. He openly shared details about his         it made you feel the first time he did, and                   SION, 10:30 a.m. at Merritt Hall, 1301                                          Sunday
past — except for one thing I later discov-      that your weight problem is really none of                   Monroe St.                                               n ARENZVILLE: RICHARD PARKER
ered on my own. He has served an exten-          his business.                                                n SPRINGFIELD: ALCOHOLICS ANON-                          AND SARAH RATLIFF GOODPASTURE
sive stint in prison for being a child preda-                                                                 YMOUS FOR WOMEN, 10 a.m. on the                          FAMILY REUNION, 12:30 p.m. at the Unit-
tor and is still on parole.                          Dear Abby is written by Abigail Van Bu-                  second floor of St. John’s North, Carpen-                ed Methodist Church fellowship hall.
    I don’t want him around my children          ren, also known as Jeanne Phillips, and was
or any of my mom’s other grandchildren.          founded by her mother, Pauline Phillips.
Mom says he’s a reformed person now. He          Write Dear Abby at www.DearAbby.com or
may be, but I don’t know him well. Mom           P.O. Box 69440, Los Angeles, CA 90069.

                                                                                                                                             CRIME SEEN
                                     NAME DROPPING                                                               Anyone with information about these                      The vehicle, which was pulling a
                                                                                                              or other crimes can call the appropriate                 long flatbed trailer, then sped off, trav-
    Buckingham: Fleetwood Mac could tour, record again                                                        Crimestoppers number. Callers can be anon-
                                                                                                              ymous; a reward of as much as $1,000 will
                                                                                                                                                                       eling south on Sugar Grove Road to La-
                                                                                                                                                                       Grange Lock and Dam Road. The vehi-
   LOS ANGELES (AP) — FLEETWOOD                                  says there have been “a lot of rumblings”    be paid for information leading to an arrest.            cle then turned south, crossed the Star
MAC could be back on the road soon.                              about another Fleetwood Mac tour, but                                                                 Bridge and traveled into Brown County.
   LINDSEY BUCKINGHAM says the                                   that nothing is on the books yet. STEVIE                                                              The farmer was unable to catch up with
band is considering another tour and even                        NICKS has also hinted at future Fleetwood             Crimestoppers of Morgan                         the SUV.
recording a new album in the near future.                        Mac concerts. The band reunited for an in-               and Scott Counties                              The farm has been the site of several
   The guitarist, songwriter and producer                        ternational tour in 2009.                                                                             burglaries in the last year.
                                                                                                                  Submit tips at www.
                                                                                                              morganscottcrimestoppers.webs.com, by
                                                                                                              calling (217) 243-7300 or by text messag-                              Wanted on warrants
                                                                                                              ing CRIMES (274637) with “payout” as the
                                                                                                                                                                          The following are being sought on ar-
                                                                                                              first word of the tip.
                                                                                                                                                                       rest warrants, according to the various
u Continued from Page 3                                                         p.m. at Jacksonville Com-         • Crimestoppers is seeking informa-
                                                                                                                                                                       sheriff’s departments. The addresses list-
SING, 6:30 p.m. at Norton-
                                                    DAILY                       munity Park, S. Main
                                                                                St. and W. Morton Ave.
                                                                                Adults, $2; children, $1.
                                                                                                              tion to assist the Jacksonville Police De-
                                                                                                              partment with its investigation of several
                                                                                                              incidents of criminal damage to property
                                                                                                              at Community Park.
                                                                                                                                                                       ed are the last known addresses provided
                                                                                                                                                                       by the warrants and may be outdated.

ville Park. Featuring 3 for
1 and 4 Souls Quartet.                          UPDATE                          Proceeds to benefit main-
                                                                                tenance of Ferris wheel.          Between July 25 and Aug. 22, someone
                                                                                                              damaged both gazeboes in the park mul-
                                                                                                                                                                                           Morgan County
u PITTSFIELD: MI-                                                               Sponsor: Rotary Club.                                                                      • ERIC P. BLAKELY, 32,
CHAEL’S COUNTRY                            test, noon; dance featuring          u BINGO, 4:45 p.m. at         tiple times. There has also been damage                  of 212 N. Sixth St., Hannibal,
CLASSICS BAND, 7-9:30                      Leveredge, 7-11 p.m.; food           Jacksonville American Le-     done to the public restrooms in the park.                Mo., is wanted on a Mor-
p.m. at Pike County Se-                    stand; burgoo; children’s            gion, 903 W. Superior Ave.                                                             gan County warrant accus-
nior Citizens Center, 220                  games; Little Miss, Junior           u CONCERT IN THE                   Schuyler County Crimestoppers                       ing him of failing to appear
W. Adams St. $6. Food and                  Miss and Queen Pageants.             PARK, 6 p.m. at Jackson-                                                               in court on two counts of es-
                                                                                                                  Call (217) 322-3326.
concessions until 8 p.m.                   (217) 473-0082.                      ville Community Park, S.                                                               cape.
                                                                                                                  • Crimestoppers is seeking informa-
u ROODHOUSE: GOS-                                                               Main St. and W. Morton        tion to assist the Schuyler County Sher-
                                                                                                                                                                           He is a white male,
                                                                                                                                                                       6 feet 2 inches tall and       Blakely
PEL SING, 4 p.m. at Grace                                                       Ave. Performer: Higher        iff’s Department with its investigation of
Center, 114 W. Palm St.
Featuring Rod Nicholson,
                                                       SUNDAY                   Degree. Sponsor: Jackson-
                                                                                ville Pilot Club.
                                                                                                              an attempted burglary at a farm on Sug-
                                                                                                                                                                       weighs 160 pounds He has
                                                                                                                                                                       brown hair and brown eyes.
                                                                                                              ar Grove Road about three miles south of
Priority, Fred Fritz, Bill                 u REVIVAL, 10 a.m. and 6             u VIRGINIA: ICE CREAM                                                                      • JUSTYN M. CLARK,
                                                                                                              Sugar Grove.
Lewis, R.B. Burnett, The                   p.m. at Jacksonville Assem-          SOCIAL AND HYMN                                                                        23, of 571 Cherry St. is
                                                                                                                  Sheriff Don Schieferdecker met with
Fishers, Living Faith and                  bly of God, 129 E. Vanda-            SING, 6 p.m. at Shiloh                                                                 wanted on a Morgan Coun-
                                                                                                              the property owner Aug. 18 about an at-
more. Meal, 4 p.m.; sing,                  lia Road. Evangelist: Mar-           Cumberland Presbyterian                                                                ty warrant accusing him of
                                                                                                              tempted theft from a machine shed. The
6 p.m.                                     vin Gorman. Continues                Church, 7722 Shiloh Road.                                                              failing to appear in court on
                                                                                                              farmer reported seeing a dark-colored,
u WINCHESTER: WIN-                         through Aug. 31.                     u WINCHESTER: DES-            new sport utility vehicle backed up to the
                                                                                                                                                                       a charge of resisting a peace
CHESTER EMS HOME-                          u WOODLAWN FARM                      SERT AUCTION FOR MIS-                                                                  officer.
                                                                                                              entrance of his machine shed. When the
COMING, 9:30 a.m.-11 p.m.                  OPEN FOR TOURS, 1-4                  SIONS, 5 p.m. at Win-                                                                       He is a white male,
                                                                                                              farmer approached he saw a white male                                                    Clark
at Winchester EMS, 734                     p.m. at Woodlawn Farm,               chester United Methodist                                                               5 feet 5 inches tall and
                                                                                                              run from the building and get into the pas-
State Highway 106 South.                   1463 Gierke Lane.                    Church, 20 N. Walnut St.                                                               weighs 119 pounds. He
                                                                                                              senger side of the SUV, with another male
Sand volleyball, 9:30 a.m.;                u BIG ELI FERRIS                     Light supper, 5 p.m.; auc-                                                             has brown hair and blue eyes.
                                                                                                              behind the wheel.
parade, 10 a.m.; BBQ con-                  WHEEL RIDES, 4 p.m.-6                tion, 6 p.m. 742-3610.

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  2 million ordered to leave as Irene takes aim
                       Hurricane closes 5 New York City-area airports to arriving jets
                ASSOCIATED PRESS                                                                                                                                  Irene causes Obama
    MOREHEAD CITY, N.C. — Whipping
up trouble before ever reaching land, Hurri-                                                                                                                      to end holiday early
cane Irene zeroed in Friday for a catastroph-                                                                                                                    VINEYARD HAVEN, Mass. (AP) —
ic run up the Eastern Seaboard. More than                                                                                                                    Taking his own advice not to linger at
2 million people were told to move to safer                                                                                                                  the beach, President Barack Obama cut
places, and New York City ordered the na-                                                                                                                    short his family’s vacation on Martha’s
tion’s biggest subway system shut down for                                                                                                                   Vineyard and returned to Washington
the first time because of a natural disaster.                                                                                                                 late Friday to await the landfall of a Hur-
    As the storm’s outermost bands of wind                                                                                                                   ricane Irene, which he warned could be
and rain began to lash the Outer Banks of                                                                                                                    a “historic” storm.
North Carolina, authorities in points farther                                                                                                                    Joined by his wife, Michelle, and
north begged people to get out of harm’s                                                                                                                     daughters Malia and Sasha, Obama
way. The hurricane lost some strength but                                                                                                                    boarded his Marine One helicopter at
still packed 100 mph winds, and officials in                                                                                                                  the island’s airport and flew to Cape
the Northeast, not used to tropical weather,                                                                                                                 Cod, where they transferred to Air
feared it could wreak devastation.                                                                                                                           Force One for the flight home.
    Senior hurricane specialist Richard                                                                                                                          White House spokesman Josh Ear-
Pasch of the National Hurricane Center                                                                                                                       nest said the president felt it prudent
said there were signs that the hurricane                                                                                                                     to be back in Washington when Irene
may have weakened slightly, but strong                                                                                                                       strikes the Eastern Seaboard. Obama
winds continued to extend 100 miles from                                                                                        AP/JOHN MINCHILLO
                                                                                                                                                             informed his staff shortly after urging
its center.                                       People at Coney Island in the Brooklyn borough of New York experience                                      millions of Americans in the path of the
    The moment Saturday when the eye of           sunny weather while Hurricane Irene bears down on the eastern seaboard                                     storm to heed instructions from state
the hurricane crosses land “is not as impor-      further south on Friday. The low number of visitors at the typically crowd-                                and local officials, especially if directed
tant as just being in that big swath,” Pasch      ed beach reflects the wind, rain, and flooding dangers the storm poses to                                  to evacuate.
said. “And unfortunately, it’s a big target.”     the already saturated New York state.                                                                          “Don’t wait, don’t delay,” Obama
    Hurricane warnings were issued from                                                                                                                      said. The storm was on course to rake
North Carolina to New York, and watches           day, only a few hours after the first rain is      fined. Nobody’s going to go to jail. But if you           the coastline from North Carolina to
were posted farther north, on the islands of      expected to fall. The transit system carries      don’t follow this, people may die.”                      New England over the weekend.
Nantucket and Martha’s Vineyard off Mas-          about 5 million people on an average week-           Shelters were opening Friday afternoon,                   The president, speaking from his va-
sachusetts. Evacuation orders covered at          day, fewer on weekends. It has been shut          and the city was placed under its first hurri-            cation rental on the island, said the fed-
least 2.3 million people, including 1 million     down several times before, including during       cane warning since 1985.                                 eral government is “bringing all federal
in New Jersey, 315,000 in Maryland, 300,000       a transit workers’ strike in 2005 and after the      Transit systems in New Jersey and Phila-              resources to bear” in response.
in North Carolina, 200,000 in Virginia and        Sept. 11 attacks a decade ago, but never for      delphia also announced plans to shut down,                   “I cannot stress this highly enough,
100,000 in Delaware.                              weather.                                          and Washington declared a state of emer-                 if you are in the projected path of this
    “This is probably the largest number of           Late Friday, aviation officials said they     gency. Boisterous New Jersey Gov. Chris                  hurricane you have to take precautions
people that have been threatened by a sin-        would close the five main New York City-ar-        Christie demanded people “get the hell off               now,” he said.
gle hurricane in the United States,” said         ea airports to arriving domestic and interna-     the beach” in Asbury Park and said: “You’re
Jay Baker, a geography professor at Florida       tional flights beginning at noon on Saturday.      done. Do not waste any more time working
State University.                                 Many departures also were canceled.               on your tan.”                                         ple had to be rescued after a tree fell on
    New York City ordered more than                   The airports are John F. Kennedy Inter-          Hundreds of thousands of airline passen-           their car.
300,000 people who live in flood-prone ar-         national, Newark Liberty International, La-       gers were grounded for the weekend. Jet-                 Defying the orders, hardy holdouts in
eas to leave, including Battery Park City at      Guardia, Stewart International and Teter-         Blue Airways said it was scrubbing about              North Carolina put plywood on windows,
the southern tip of Manhattan, Coney Island       boro.                                             880 flights between Saturday and Monday,               gathered last-minute supplies and tied down
and the beachfront Rockaways. But it was              Mayor Michael Bloomberg said there            most to and from hub airports in New York             boats. More than half the people who live on
not clear how many would do it, how they          was little authorities could do to force peo-     and Boston. Other airlines said they were             two remote islands, Hatteras and Ocracoke,
would get out or where they would go. Most        ple to leave.                                     waiting to be more certain about Irene’s              had ignored orders to leave, and as time to
New Yorkers don’t have a car.                         “We do not have the manpower to go            path before announcing more cancellations.            change their minds ran short, officials or-
    On top of that, the city said it would shut   door-to-door and drag people out of their            Thousands of people were already with-             dered dozens of body bags. The last ferry
down the subways and buses at noon Satur-         homes,” he said. “Nobody’s going to get           out power. In Charleston, S.C., several peo-          from Ocracoke left at 4 p.m. Friday.

                                                                                  IN BRIEF
                                                  leased Friday found that Republicans and              “It is an attack on the global commu-             cans have endured plenty of horrific crimes
    Libya’s capital largely                       Republican-leaning independents are com-          nity,” said Viola Onwuliri, a junior Nigerian         during their country’s bloody five-year war
                                                  ing around to the choices already on the          foreign minister, as she looked at the bomb           against drug gangs: bodies hanging from
   calm after rebels push                         table: About two-thirds are pleased with the      site.                                                 overpasses, beheadings, mass slayings of
                                                  party’s presidential field, compared with just        A sedan loaded with explosives crashed            migrants and gunfights on crowded steets.
     Gadhafi loyalists to                          half in June. And they’re paying more atten-
                                                  tion, with 52 percent expressing a “great
                                                                                                    through two gates at the exit of the Unit-
                                                                                                    ed Nations compound Friday morning as
                                                                                                                                                              The torching of the casino that killed at
                                                                                                                                                          least 52 people on Thursday, however, was a
   outskirts; eyes on Sirte                       deal” of interest in the GOP nomination fight
                                                  — compared with 39 percent earlier this
                                                                                                    guards tried in vain to stop it, witnesses told
                                                                                                    The Associated Press. The suicide bomber
                                                                                                                                                          shocking new low for many.
                                                                                                                                                              In a nationally televised speech, an angry
    TRIPOLI (AP) — Tripoli on Friday en-          summer — after a period that saw Perry            inside drove the car through the glass front          President Felipe Calderon declared three
joyed its calmest day since the rebel take-       enter the race and Michele Bachmann win           of the main reception area of the building            days of mourning on Friday and labeled the
over nearly a week ago, and hundreds even         a test vote in Iowa, the lead-off caucus state,   and detonated the explosives, inflicting the          attack on the Casino Royale in Monterrey
celebrated with a march chanting: “Hold           threatening Mitt Romney’s standing at the         most damage possible, a spokesman for the             the worst against civilians in the nation’s re-
your head high! You are a free Libyan.” The       top of the pack.                                  Nigerian National Emergency Management                cent history.
more relaxed atmosphere was one of the                The poll shows Perry, who has never run       Agency said.                                              “We are not confronting common crimi-
strongest signs yet that Moammar Gadhafi          a national campaign and is just now intro-                                                              nals,” he said. “We are facing true terrorists
and his loyalists have largely been driven        ducing himself to most people, benefiting                                                               who have gone beyond all limits.”
out of the capital.
    As the fighting waned, the International
                                                  from wall-to-wall news coverage over the
                                                  past few weeks as he became a candidate
                                                                                                        Deadly casino attack                                  The attack was different than others in
                                                                                                                                                          recent years in that the victims weren’t car-
Red Cross in Geneva expressed concern
about treatment of detainees on both sides.
                                                  and jostled the until-then sleepy contest. Just
                                                  12 percent of Republicans and GOP-lean-
                                                                                                      shocks Mexicans already                             tel foot soldiers or migrants resisting forced
                                                                                                                                                          recruitment by gangs. They were part of the
    Associated Press reporters saw eight
wounded men, apparently Gadhafi support-
                                                  ing independents have a negative impres-
                                                  sion of the Texas governor. And 63 percent
                                                                                                        numbed by violence                                middle class, working or gambling in an af-
                                                                                                                                                          fluent part of a city that was once considered
ers, who had been abandoned in a bombed           of Republicans view him in a positive light,         MONTERREY, Mexico (AP) — Mexi-                     one of Mexico’s safest.
out fire station in the Tripoli neighborhood      compared with 33 percent in June.
of Abu Salim, scene of ferocious clashes on           Beyond that, Republicans didn’t change
Thursday. Abu Baker Amin, 24, his right           their impressions much about Romney.
leg broken by a grenade, said he had not          Nearly 2 in 3 still view the former Massachu-
received food or water for two days. An ema-      setts governor positively, while just under a
ciated man lay on the floor and pleading for      quarter see him negatively as he runs a cau-
water. Local residents made no attempt to         tious, methodical campaign that’s facing its
get the wounded to a hospital.                    first true test in Perry.
    With the capital more secure, NATO
and rebel fighters turned their attention to
Gadhafi’s hometown of Sirte, his last major
bastion of support. British warplanes struck
                                                      U.N. car bombing in
a large bunker there, while local rebel com-
mander Fadl-Allah Haron said that if city           Nigeria kills 18 as terror
residents don’t surrender fast, “a battle will
be waiting for them there.”                         feared locally becomes
    Back in Tripoli, some residents emerged
gingerly from homes where they had taken              international threat                            graduated from the United States Military Academy at West Point. As an
cover from extensive gunbattles the rocked            ABUJA, Nigeria (AP) — A car loaded
the city since the rebels rolled in on Sunday                                                           aggressive general in the Civil War, he seized control of Kentucky and
                                                  with explosives crashed into the main Unit-
night.                                                                                                 Tennessee in the battle of Shiloh. In 1863 he defeated five Confederate
                                                  ed Nations’ building in Nigeria’s capital and
                                                                                                       armies, seized Vicksburg and split the Confederacy. Lincoln put him in
                                                  exploded Friday, killing at least 18 people in
                                                                                                      charge of all Union armies. In 1865, after capturing Richmond, Virginia,
                                                  one of the deadliest assaults on the interna-
  AP-GfK poll: Republican                         tional body in a decade. A radical Muslim
                                                                                                           General Robert E. Lee, the military leader of the Confederacy,
                                                                                                                   surrendered his troops to Grant at Appomattox.
                                                  sect blamed for a series of attacks in the
  presidential field looking                       country claimed responsibility for the bomb-
                                                  ing, a major escalation of its sectarian fight
    better to GOP voters                          against Nigeria’s weak central government.
                                                      The brazen assault in a neighborhood
   WASHINGTON (AP) — Republicans
                                                  surrounded by heavily fortified diplomatic
party elders are still grousing about the
                                                  posts represented the first suicide attack to
GOP choices for president — but the voters
                                                  target foreigners in oil-rich Nigeria, where
who will choose the nominee are growing
                                                  people already live in fear of the radical
more satisfied with the possibilities with
                                                  Boko Haram sect. The group, which has re-
Texas Gov. Rick Perry now in the race.
                                                  ported links to al-Qaida, wants to implement
   Party leaders have been looking for a
                                                  a strict version of Shariah law in the nation
new contender who is strong enough to take
                                                  and is vehemently opposed to Western edu-
on President Barack Obama. As recently as
                                                  cation and culture.
this week, New Jersey Gov. Chris Christie,
                                                      While police officers and local officials
Wisconsin Rep. Paul Ryan and former Flor-
                                                  have primarily bore the brunt of Boko
ida Gov. Jeb Bush — again — insisted they
                                                  Haram’s rage, now everyone seems to be a
weren’t running for president despite urging
                                                  target in a nation often divided by religion
from supporters.
                                                  and ethnicity.
   But an Associated Press-GfK poll re-
6   Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011

     Stocks higher on                                                                                         The Dow this week

                                                                                                                                                                            STOCKS OF LOCAL INTEREST

    Fed chair’s speech
                                                                                                              The daily high, low and close                    ADM                                         27.80        JACKSONVILLE SAVINGS                             13.70
                                                                                                              for the week ending Aug. 26:                     ALTRIA GROUP                                26.30        JC PENNEY                                        26.60
                                                                                                                                                               AMEREN                                      29.20        MCDONALDS                                        89.93
                                                                                                             11,500                                            APPLE                                      383.58        MERCK                                            31.92
                                                                                                                                                               AT&T                                        29.04        MICROSOFT                                        25.25
                                                                                                                                                               CASEY’S GENERAL STORE                       42.48        MONSANTO                                         70.68
                                                                                                             11,000                                            CATERPILLAR                                 85.16        NESTLE                                           62.18
                                                                                                                                                               CISCO SYSTEMS                               15.32        PEPSICO                                          63.16
      BY DANIEL WAGNER                                                                                                                                         COCA COLA                                   68.50        PFIZER                                           18.21
     AND DAVID K. RANDALL                                     Market watch                                   10,500                                            COMPUTER SCIENCE                            28.83        PNC BANK                                         46.84
            AP BUSINESS WRITERS                                       Aug. 26, 2011                                      M        T       W   Th    F          CONAGRA FOOD                                23.91        PROCTOR & GAMBLE                                 62.57
                                                                                                                                                               CVS CAREMARK                                34.34        SONIC                                             9.07
    The Dow Jones industrial aver-                        Dow Jones           +134.72                              Week’s                                      DEERE CO                                    76.03        STEAK N SHAKE (BH)                              334.42
age ended another turbulent week                          industrials         11,284.54                             close                 466.89
                                                                                                                                                               DELL INC                                    14.69        STAPLES                                          14.48
                                                                                                                                                               DINEEQUITY (APPLEBEE’S)                     40.79        STIFEL FINANCIAL                                 27.79
with a strong gain Friday after                                                                                  11,284.54                                     DYNEGY                                       3.79        SYSCO                                            27.10
Federal Reserve Chairman Ben                               Nasdaq              +60.22                                                                          EXXON MOBIL                                 72.64        TARGET                                           50.83
Bernanke said the U.S. was head-                          composite           2,479.85                            Nasdaq                                       FAMILY DOLLAR                               47.55        TENNECO AUTO                                     29.95
                                                                                                                                          138.01               GENERAL ELECTRIC                            15.54        UNILEVER                                         33.66
ed for long-term economic growth.                        Standard &
                                                                                                                                                               HOME DEPOT                                  34.00        US BANCORP                                       22.42
It was the first winning week in a                        Poor’s 500                                                                                            HARLEY DAVIDSON                             35.24        VERIZON                                          35.76
month.                                                                        1,176.80                           S&P 500                                       IBM                                        169.14        WALGREENS                                        34.51
                                                                                                                                          53.27                INTEL                                       19.77        WAL-MART                                         52.90
    Trading volume was light, a                             Russell                                               1,176.80
sign that many traders were leav-                            2000
ing New York ahead of Hurricane                                                                                      AMEX                                          > REPORT SUPPLIED BY THE LOCAL OFFICE OF STIFEL NICOLAUS & COMPANY INC. <
Irene. The storm is expected to                                      NYSE diary                                    2,232.83
                                                                                                                                                               SiriusXM       62,929,454      1.70         +    .01     Mar 14311⁄4 1435            13983⁄4   14321⁄2   +   261⁄2
reach the region late Saturday                                 Advanced:          2,549
                                                                                                                                                               Intel          52,871,831      19.77        +    .35
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        May 1426 ⁄4 1430            1395      1428      +
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                            23 ⁄4
night. A spokesman for the New                                 Declined:              510                            NYSE                                      Cisco          48,911,762      15.32        +    .24     Jul    14281⁄4 1433         13961⁄2   1430      +   231⁄2
York Stock Exchange said trading                                                                                                          275.72               MicronT        47,112,229      5.66         +    .28
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Aug 1408 ⁄4 1414
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    1408 ⁄4   1414      +    24
                                                               Unchanged:              81                          7,245.82                                                                                                          1                  1                     1
is expected to open as usual Mon-                                                                                                                              Yahoo          35,703,060      12.74       —     .13     Sep 1363 ⁄2 1383            1363 ⁄2   1383      +   19 ⁄2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                     1                  1         1           1
                                                                                                                                                     AP        Oracle         33,938,077      26.65        +    .75     Nov 1352 ⁄4 1355            1333 ⁄2   1353 ⁄4   +   13 ⁄2
day.                                                           Volume:             4.2 b                                                                       StarScient     27,143,025      1.81        —    1.19     SOYBEAN OIL
    Bernanke announced no new                                    Nasdaq diary                                                                                  OmniVisn       24,726,596      17.27       —    7.55     60,000 lbs; cents per lb
economic stimulus measures dur-                                Advanced:          2,010                            NYSE most active                                                                                     Sep 56.40 56.65
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Oct    56.60 56.93
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        + 1.00
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        + 1.14
ing his speech at a conference in
Jackson Hole, Wyo., as some in-                                Declined:              540
                                                                                                        NEW YORK (AP) – Sales, 4:30 p.m. price and net
                                                                                                        change of the 15 most active New York Stock Exchange
                                                                                                                                                                             Grain futures                              SOYBEAN MEAL
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        100 tons; dollars per ton
                                                                                                        issues, trading nationally.                            CHICAGO (AP) – Futures trading on the      Chicago
vestors had hoped. He did leave                                Unchanged:              86                                                                                                                               Sep 375.20 377.50           365.60 376.00       + 8.00
                                                                                                         Name             Volume           Last        Chg.    Board of Trade Fri.:
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Oct    377.60 380.00        367.80 376.20       + 5.70
open the possibility of more action                            Volume:             1.8 b                Bank of Am        412,816,976      7.76      + .11            Open High Low             Settle         Chg.
if another recession looks likely.                                                           AP         S&P500 ETF        283,456,026      117.97 + 1.69       WHEAT
    Indexes fell sharply as the                                                                         SPDR Fncl
                                                                                                                                                     + .11
                                                                                                                                                     + .43
                                                                                                                                                               5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel
                                                                                                                                                               Sep 765 ⁄4
                                                                                                                                                                                7681⁄2 7471⁄2   7621⁄4     +      5
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                    Livestock futures
speech was released at 10 a.m.                     cent. The report renewed con-                        iShRus2K          76,106,597       69.11     + 1.61    Dec 799 ⁄2
                                                                                                                                                                                8031⁄4 7791⁄4   797        +     91⁄4   CHICAGO (AP) – Futures trading on the Chicago Mer-
                                                   cerns that the U.S. might be head-                                                                          Mar 8281⁄2       832    808      8261⁄2     +      9     cantile Exchange Fri:
and it became clear that Bernan-                                                                        iShEMkts          72,914,435       40.52     + .68                 3        1
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                Open High Low           Settle      Chg.
                                                                                                                                                               May 836 ⁄4       838 ⁄2 819      8343⁄4     +     71⁄4
ke was not promising additional                    ed for another recession.                            SprintNextel      64,725,274       3.25      + .02
                                                                                                                                                               Jul    836       840    8181⁄2   8353⁄4     +     71⁄2   CATTLE
                                                                                                        ProUltShS&P 62,037,005             24.28 — .74
support of the economy. The Dow                        The Fed has said it plans to                     GenlElec          61,295,833       15.54     + .09     Sep 8453⁄4       8481⁄4 8301⁄2   8453⁄4     +     61⁄2   40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
Jones industrial average was down                  keep short-term interest rates low                                                                          CORN                                                     Aug 114.20 114.70 113.00 114.30 + .45
                                                                                                        FordMot           58,323,067       10.40     + .12
                                                                                                                                                               5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel                       Oct     114.90 115.50 113.52 115.20 + 1.10
about 78 points shortly before the                 until mid-2013. Low rates on in-                     Bar iPVixST rs 58,208,431          41.07 — .66
                                                                                                                                                               Sep 749
                                                                                                                                                                                755 ⁄2
                                                                                                                                                                                       729 ⁄4
                                                                                                                                                                                                752 ⁄2     +
                                                                                                                                                                                                                20 ⁄4   Dec 117.10 117.62 115.87 117.10 + .65
                                                   vestments like bonds make high-                      Citigroup rs      51,494,277       29.84     + .01
speech started and slumped as                                                                           Pfizer             45,821,354       18.21     + .25     Dec 7631⁄4       7681⁄2 7401⁄2   767        +    231⁄2   FEEDER CATTLE
many as 220 points shortly after                   er-risk bets such as stocks more                     WellsFargo        40,077,571       24.59 — .17         Mar 7733⁄4       7793⁄4 7523⁄4   7781⁄4     +    231⁄4   50,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
                                                                                                                                                               May 777          7831⁄2 7563⁄4   782        +    231⁄4   Sep 132.47 133.55 131.25 132.60 + .98
Bernanke started speaking. It re-                  attractive. At last year’s confer-                   Spdr Gold         36,575,470       177.47 + 5.11
                                                                                                                                                                                                                        Oct     133.10 134.30 131.70 133.27 + 1.07
                                                                                                                                                               Jul    7771⁄2    7851⁄4 7581⁄2   784        +    231⁄2
covered within an hour and stayed                  ence in Jackson Hole, Bernanke                                                                              Sep 706 ⁄2  1
                                                                                                                                                                                714        1
                                                                                                                                                                                       697 ⁄2   714        +     15     Nov 133.80 134.80 132.67 133.77 + .87
higher the rest of the day.
    Boeing Co. rose 2.8 percent,
                                                   signaled the central bank would
                                                   buy more government bonds to
                                                                                                                   Nasdaq summary                              Dec 659
                                                                                                                                                                                665 ⁄2
                                                                                                                                                                                       650 ⁄4   6651⁄2     +    101⁄2   Jan 135.15 135.90 133.82 135.02 + .90
                                                                                                        NEW YORK (AP)—Most active Nasdaq issues.               5,000 bu minimum; cents per bushel                       40,000 lbs.; cents per lb.
the most of the 30 stocks that                     lower long-term interest rates.                      Name         Volume           Last         Chg.                      1
                                                                                                                                                               Sep 1413 ⁄2 1418        1379     14143⁄4    + 283⁄4      Oct     87.47 87.72 86.72 87.10 — .12
make up the Dow. Tiffany & Co.                         The government lowered its es-                   PwShs QQQ    86,989,408       53.13      + 1.30        Nov 14221⁄2 1426        13861⁄4 14231⁄2     + 303⁄4      Dec 84.95 85.07 83.72 84.57                + .12
                                                                                                        Microsoft    68,734,891       25.25      + .68         Jan 14311⁄4 14351⁄4 13961⁄2 14323⁄4         + 291⁄2      Feb 87.87 88.22 86.75 87.87                + .47
rose 9 percent, the most of any of                 timate for economic growth in the
the 500 stocks in the S&P index,                   April-June quarter because of few-
after the luxury retailer raised its               er exports and weaker growth in
profit forecast for the year.                       business stockpiles. That means
    In his speech, Bernanke fo-                    the economy expanded at an an-
cused on the long-term strengths
of the U.S. economy. He said they
“do not appear to have been per-
manently altered by the shocks of
                                                   nual rate of only 0.7 percent in the
                                                   first six months of the year, the
                                                   worst pace since the recession
                                                   ended in June 2009.
                                                                                                                      Hurricane Irene likely to
                                                                                                                      deliver blow to economy
the past four years.” That shot of                     Some stocks that moved sub-
optimism helped lift markets.                      stantially or traded heavily Friday:
    “In the American economy,
                                                       Krispy Kreme Doughnuts
the only thing that’s really lack-
                                                   Inc., up 73 cents at $8.57. The
ing right now is confidence,” said
                                                   doughnut chain’s second-quarter                          NEW YORK (AP) — As Hurri-                          ing 27 comparable storms dating                          ing to ICAT, because the coastal re-
David Kelly, chief market strate-
                                                   profit rose, thanks to a one-time                     cane Irene roars toward the East                       back to 1913, includes destruction                       gions it hit are now home to many
gist at JPMorgan funds. “People
                                                   gain on the sale of its Mexican                      Coast —— home to some of the                           of homes, cars, public infrastruc-                       more businesses and expensive
who understand the limits of mon-
                                                   business interests.                                  country’s most densely populated                       ture and other property caused by                        homes.
etary policy also understand that
the economy has what it takes to                       Research In Motion Ltd., up                      cities and costliest waterfront real                   high winds and flooding. The num-                             “Everybody wants to live by the
grow.”                                             96 cents at $29.18. A Sterne Agee                    estate —— experts are forecasting                      ber doesn’t factor in the added im-                      ocean,” says Chris Hackett, direc-
    Other analysts said Bernan-                    analyst upgraded the Blackberry                      a multibillion-dollar disaster.                        pact of lost sales from shuttered                        tor of personal lines policy at the
ke’s speech helped lift investor                   maker’s shares to “Buy” saying its                       Hurricane Irene is expected to                     restaurants, quiet casinos, canceled                     Property Casualty Insurers Asso-
sentiment. Liz Ann Sonders, chief                  new phones will help attract new                     make landfall in North Carolina                        flights and boarded-up stores — all                       ciation of America, who notes that
investment strategist at Charles                   customers.                                           as a Category 2 storm early Satur-                     of which could add billions of dol-                      as much as two-thirds of the New
Schwab, said Bernanke’s speech                         First Solar Inc., up $4.22 at                    day, then move up the Eastern Sea-                     lars to the fallout.                                     York’s insured property value is
was an “acknowledgement that                       $100.71. A Collins Stewart upgrad-                   board, where more than 50 million                          Statistician Nate Silver, who                        along the coast.
the Fed is not out of tools and that               ed shares of the solar panel maker                   people from the Carolinas to Mas-                      crunched the data for his New                                On the less-severe side of
they stand ready” to act if needed.                to “Buy” saying the company will                     sachusetts could be in the path of                     York Times blog, puts the worst-                         ICAT’s Irene model are East Coast
    Underscoring how fragile the                   benefit from its backlog of proj-                    heavy rain and tropical-force winds.                   case estimate at $35 billion — half                      storms that wreaked less havoc. In
U.S. economic recovery is, ear-                    ects.                                                The economic impact of the hurri-                      of New York City’s annual budget                         1985, Gloria resulted in $2.5 billion
ly Friday the government said the                      DFC Global Corp., up $2.61                       cane largely will depend on factors                    —- if Irene were to pass directly                        in damage (adjusted to 2011) af-
nation’s economy grew at an annu-                  at $21.71. The company, former-                      that include the storm’s size, where                   over Manhattan with 100 mile-per-                        ter it made landfall on Long Island,
al rate of just 1 percent in the April-            ly known as Dollar Financial, said                   it makes landfall, and the speed at                    hour winds. While the odds of a di-                      N.Y., as a Category 1 storm with
June quarter, weaker than the gov-                 increased demand for its payday                      which it’s moving when it hits the                     rect hit on the city are slim, a Cat-                    85-mile-per-hour winds. Hurricane
ernment’s first estimate of 1.3 per-                loans helped boost fourth-quarter                    coast. But experts already are fore-                   egory 2 storm passing within 50                          Belle, which hit New York in 1976,
                                                   profit.                                               casting billions of dollars in losses.                 miles of downtown would cause                            caused just $570 million in damage,
                                                       MICROS Systems Inc., up                              “It’s probably going to be very                    $10 billion in damage, according to                      despite 90-mile-per-hour winds.
                                                   $4.93 at $45.95. The company,                        damaging,” said Roger Pielke, a                        Silver’s model.                                              The impact is expected to
                                                   which provides computer systems                      University of Colorado professor                           Some are drawing comparisons                         be significant for the nation as a
                                                   to hotels and restaurants, said its                  and fellow of the Cooperative Insti-                   to the New England Hurricane of                          whole because the major metro ar-
                                                   fourth-quarter profit rose nearly                     tute for Research in Environmental                     1938, nicknamed “The Long Is-                            eas that will be affected, including
                                                   23 percent.                                          Sciences.                                              land Express,” which packed 100-                         New York City, Philadelphia, Bos-
                                                                                                            A computer model of Irene’s po-                    mile-per-hour winds when it made                         ton, Baltimore and Washington, ac-
                                                       OmniVision Technologies                          tential impact puts the estimated                      landfall in New York and destroyed                       count for 16 percent of national eco-
                                                   Inc., down $7.55 at $17.27. The                      damage at $4.7 billion, according                      8,900 homes across southern New                          nomic output and 14 percent of total
                                                   image sensor maker posted a sec-                     to research by Pielke and catastro-                    England. Were the same storm to                          employment, according to Moody’s
                                                   ond-quarter forecast that fell short                 phe-insurance provider ICAT. That                      occur today, it would cause $46.2                        economist Ryan Sweet.
                                                   of what Wall Street was expecting.                   figure, which came from analyz-                        billion in property damage, accord-                          “If damage is severe and dis-
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                                                                                                                                                                     dents of the Waverly Old Fashion
                                                                                                                                                                     Picnic Committee.
                                                                                                                                                                         The number of carnival rides
                                                                                                                                                                     and the crafts and flea market ar-
u Continued from Page 1                                                                                                                                              ea have been expanded this year
and cleaned 160 quarts of fresh                                                                                                                                      to accommodate an anticipat-
strawberries,” church member                                                                                                                                         ed larger attendance. The Cool
Carolyn Ackley said. “That took                                                                                                                                      Cruiser Car Club of Springfield
two hours.”                                                                                                                                                          will present a car show from 1-4
    Christ Lutheran Church in Wa-                                                                                                                                    p.m. today.
verly is serving tacos-on-a-plate,                                                                                                                                       “We’re going to have a really
grilled pork chops and “shake-                                                                                                                                       spectacular evening (tonight,),”
ups.”                                                                                                                                                                Grimmett said. “And it’s all free.”
    “We’ve been here for many                                                                                                                                            Nashville recording ar tist
years. We’re kind of established                                                                                                                                     Daryle Singletary, whose coun-
and they know what our product                                                                                                                                       try western hits include “I Let Her
is and the people keep coming                                                                                                                                        Lie,” “Amen Kind of Love,” and
back to us,” said Lisa Rascher, a                                                                                                                                    “Too Much Fun,” performs today
member of the Lutheran church                                                                                                                                        at 7:30 p.m. The grand prize draw-
who grew up in Waverly, but now                                                                                                                                      ing for a black 2011 Camaro 1LT
lives in Palmyra.                                                                                                                                                    will follow at 10 p.m. The celebra-
    “Right now we have 645 pork                                                                                                                                      tion concludes with a family fun
chops cut up and ready to go,”                                                                                                                                       day on Sunday.
Rascher said Friday night. “Our                                                                                                                                          “I remember celebrating the
seasoning is what brings people                                                                                                                                      150th and what a good time we
back. We have a sugar-based bar-                                                                                                                                     had,” said Ackley, who moved to
becue powder that we marinate                                                                                                                                        Waverly about 45 years ago.
the chops in before we put them                                                                                                                                          As a little girl Rascher said she
on the open fire. As far as our ta-                                                                                                                                   looked forward to the picnic.
co-on-a-plate, that’s just something                                                                                                                                     “It always marked the end of
we came up with eating it at home                                                                                                                                    the summer. All of the kids always
that way.”                                                                                                                                                           saved their money so they could
    Across the park Waverly Amer-                                                                                                                                    come up here and spend it all rid-
ican Legion Post 262 is serving up                                                                                                                                   ing rides and playing games,” she
fried fish — buffalo and walleye                                                                                                                                      recalled. “It was really a neat way
— throughout the weekend.                  bring.” Rascher said, “This week-             “We don’t do burgoo,” she add-      ebration additional food vendors        to get everybody in a hometown
    “These little hometowns are            end you can find anything here.             ed. “That’s a Franklin tradition and   have been added and a food court        together and visit.”
known for their unique foods and           There’s shrimp on a stick and ev-          we don’t want to step on them.”        area set up, said Jeff Grimmett
the different variety of things they       erything.                                     Because of the anniversary cel-     and Sher yl Martinez, co-presi-                 mnagle@myjournalcourier.com

u Continued from Page 1                                   Since railroad property is privately owned,
railroad track. They blew the horn and en-            even walking along tracks is considered tres-
gaged the brakes to try to avoid the acci-            passing. Still, it’s a factor that causes more
dent.                                                 railroad accidents than collisions at public
    Deputies responding to the call were              crossings.
flagged down by Waverly volunteer firefight-                 “With 7,200 miles of track in the state,
ers who found a foot near the tracks that had         there are people that use it for convenience,
been severed below the ankle.                         shortcuts, recreation ... so trespassing inci-
    Farther from the road, they found Ad-             dents outweigh grade crossing accidents al-
ams, who was taken to St. John’s Hospital in          most two to one,” Pew said.
Springfield. He was in critical condition Fri-             He said people are injured primarily be-
day.                                                  cause they fail to take into account that trains
    Railroad accidents are not uncommon in            hang over the rails by at least three feet,
Illinois and most can be attributed to tres-          which can cause injury to those walking on
passing.                                              the side of the ties.
    Chip Pew, Illinois Commerce Commis-                   People have also been injured by throw-
sion railroad safety coordinator, said Illinois       ing objects at trains and having them rico-
usually ranks in the top five states in railroad       chet. A large number are injured by trying
collisions and fatalities.                            to walk under or between freight cars at the
    “Illinois is the hub of railroad traffic in       same time the train goes into motion.
the nation,” Pew said. “Except for Texas,                 “The motto, or the slogan, in terms of
which is a huge state, we have the second             trespassing is ‘stay off, stay away, stay alive’,”
most crossings and the second most length             Pew said. “If you do those things, you aren’t
of track. ... If you look at it in a different way,   going to become a sobering statistic.”
there’s a reason we have more incidents. We
have more exposure.”                                             cbozarth@myjournalcourier.com

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    A GOSPEL SING will be held at 6
                                                   the church. The menu will include
                                                   homemade ice cream and desserts.
                                                   The cost is a nonperishable item for
                                                                                                        CROSS TALK                                                         Bible study
                                                                                                                                                                 EXPLORER’S BIBLE STUDY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Washington in Mount Sterling,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                5:30 p.m. Wednesdays beginning
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Sept. 7; Presbyterian Church, 301
p.m. Saturday at the Grace Center in               the local food pantry.                                 LO C AL RELI G I O N N O T ES                      will meet at 9:15 a.m. Tuesdays at                 W. Washington in Rushville, 7 p.m.
Roodhouse. Food will be served at                      The church is wheelchair acces-                                                                       Lincoln Avenue Baptist Church,                     Mondays beginning Sept. 12. For
4 p.m. Featured artists include Rod                sible.                                                                                                    951 Lincoln Ave. in Jacksonville,                  information on these classes, contact
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Deb. Burrus at (217) 997-5920.
Nicholson, Priority, Fred Fritz, Bill
Lewis, R.B. Burnett, The Fishers,                                                                                Special service                             beginning Sept. 6. A Bible-based
                                                                                                                                                             preschool program will be provided
Living Faith and more. A love offer-
ing will be collected.
                                                                 Giveaway                                    FAITH LUTHERAN CHURCH,
                                                                                                        1385 W. Walnut St. in Jacksonville,
                                                                                                                                                             for children ages 3-5, and childcare
                                                                                                                                                             will be provided for infants and tod-                             Revival
                                                       COMMUNITY TEMPLE CHURCH                          will celebrate the ministry of their                 dlers. Preregistration is encouraged
                                                   OF GOD IN CHRIST, 710 N. Clay in                                                                                                                                 The JACKSONVILLE
                                                                                                        pastor, S. John Roth, on his final                   by contacting Cheryl Cox at (217)                  ASSEMBLY OF GOD, 129 E.
                                                   Jacksonville, will host a giveaway 10
                  Food                             a.m.-2 p.m. Sept. 3 at the church.
                                                   They will be giving away clothes,
                                                                                                        Sunday at Faith before he becomes
                                                                                                        bishop of the Central/Southern
                                                                                                                                                                 Other locations for the Bible
                                                                                                                                                                                                                Vandalia Road in South Jacksonville,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                will hold a revival Sunday through
  Shiloh Cumberland Presbyterian                                                                        Illinois Synod of the ELCA in                        study program are: St. Peter’s                     Wednesday. The evangelist will be
Church, located at 7722 Shiloh Road                food and other items. For more                       September. There will be one com-                    Lutheran Church in Arenzville,
                                                   information contact Lindia Holmes                                                                                                                            Marvin Gorman. Services will be at
west of Virginia, will host an ICE                                                                      bined service at 10 a.m. Sunday.                     6:30 p.m. Sundays beginning                        10 a.m. and 6 p.m. Sunday and at 7
CREAM SOCIAL at 6 p.m. Sunday at                   at 245-0262.                                                                                              Sept. 4; Christian Church, 117 W.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                p.m. Monday through Wednesday.

                                                         C H U R C H                                                      D I R E C T O R Y
AFRICAN METHODIST                         Sunday school; 10:40, worship; 7,           CONCORD: South Pine St.; Francis            Liberia; 245-0433; Elder Darlene           CHURCH                                    UNITED METHODIST
EPISCOPAL                                 evening worship. Wed. — 7, Bible            Ater, pastor; Cara Flavio, pianist. 9:30,   Sills, pastor. 10, Sunday school; 11,
                                          study & youth meeting.                      Sunday school; 10:30, worship.              worship.                                   SPRINGFIELD: HEARTLAND                    ASBURY: East shore of Lake
BETHEL: 905 N. Clay Ave.; 243--           MURRAYVILLE — COMMUNITY                     FRANKLIN: 110 Main St.; 675-2477;           THE LORD’S CONGREGATION:                   COMMUNITY MCC (Inclusive Christian        Jacksonville; 473-8080; Nancy Wood,,
1175; Rev. Cynthia M. Newman, pas-        WORSHIP: 109 W. Prospect. Mark              Pete Verkruse, pastor. Sun. — 9:30,         2248 W. Morton; 243-5579; Richard          community that practices radical hos-     pastor; Barbara Miller, pianist. 8:15,
tor; worship, 10:45. Communion every      Smith, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school,         Sunday school; 10:30, worship; 5,           Crenshaw, pastor. Sun. — 9:45,             pitality) 402 Dawson; 726-8411. Sun.      Bible study; 9, worship. Communion
first Sunday                              adult prayer time; 10:30, worship,          junior church (K-5th grade)                 Sunday school; 10:45, worship; 6,          — 10:30, worship. 1st and 3rd Sun.        every 1st Sunday. Gluten-free commu-
                                          children's church; 6 p.m., worship.         LITERBERRY: 2263 West Street;               evening worship. Wed. — 7, Bible           — 10:30 & 5:30, worship; morning          nion available. Wheelchair-accessible.
ASSEMBLY OF GOD                           NORTONVILLE — YOUNGBLOOD:                   886-2543; Rev. Russell Pattie, pastor.      study; 7, “Live Wires” (ages 13 &          service interpreted for the deaf. Wed.    BROOKLYN: Corner South East and
                                          Paster: Tim Sellers. Sun. — 9:30,           8:30, Bible school; 9:30, worship;          up); 7, “God’s Armour Bearers” (ages       — 7 p.m., small faith community.          Bissell; Rev. Jean Hembrough, lead
JACKSONVILLE: 129 E. Vandalia;                                                                                                                                               Thurs. — 7 p.m., small faith commu-
                                          Sunday school; 10:30, worship;              Nursery available.                          5-12).                                                                               pastor; Rev. Elke Sharma, pastor;
245-9197; the Rev. Tim Kruzan, pas-                                                                                                                                          nity in Jacksonville, "Following Jesus:
                                          10:45, children's church. Wed. — 7,         LYNNVILLE: (Disciples of Christ); 32        GLOBAL OUTREACH CENTER: 2250                                                         Gloria Haley, pianist; Dorothy Amaré,
tor. Sunday 9, Sunday school, nursery                                                                                                                                        Discipleship 101." heartlandcommu-
                                          Bible study, Kids Kamp & youth group.       Albion; Rev. Frank Hungerford, pastor.      W. Morton Ave.; 245-9925; John and                                                   organist. 8:30, adult Sunday school;
through adult; 10, worship and Kid’s                                                                                                                                         nitymcc@yahoo.com.
                                          PATTERSON — WILMINGTON:                     9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, worship.        Mandy Hutton. Sun. — 6.                                                              9:30, worship. Communion, 1st
Korner Children’s Church (4 years
                                          Manchester Street; 942-3450; James          WAVERLY: 303 N. Brooks; 435-7971;           PRAIRIE LAND HERITAGE MUSEUM                                                         Sunday. Sanctuary wheelchair-acces-
through sixth grade); 6, small groups                                                                                             LIBERTY CHURCH: 1004 W. Michigan           NAZARENE
                                          Walkington, pastor; David Hicks, S.S.       Ben Sowders, pastor. 9, Sunday                                                                                                   sible.
for all ages. Wednesday, 7, adult Bible                                                                                           Ave. Services at 5 p.m. 1st Sunday of
                                          Supt. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school;           school; 10, worship.                                                                                                             CENTENARY: 331 E. State St.; Rev.
study. Shuttle service available, call                                                                                            the month.                                 BEARDSTOWN: 919 Jackson St. Rev.
                                          10:30 & 6, worship. Wed. — 7, Bible                                                                                                                                          Jean Hembrough; Terri Benz, music
church office.                                                                        WHITE HALL — FIRST: (Disciples of           THIRD DAY CHURCH: 900B S. Main             James Craig, pastor; 323-1614. Sun.
                                          study.                                                                                                                                                                       director/organist. 9:30, Sunday
WINCHESTER: Cherry & Mechanic;                                                        Christ); 201 N. Main St.; Rex Beard,        St.; (217) 836-9959. Sun. — 10,            — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30 &
742-3311; Rev. C.R. Mayhugh. Sun.         PLEASANT HILL — BAPTIST: Rural                                                                                                     6, worship; Wed. — 7 p.m., Caravan        school; 8:15 & 10:45, worship.
                                                                                      minister. Sunday school, 9:45; wor-         worship. Wed. — 7, Bible study.
— 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, wor-        Route 1, 1.5 miles south of Alsey;                                                                                                 (through sixth grade), NYI (youth         Elevator to all floors. Nursery provided
                                                                                      ship, 10:45. Nursery available.             BLUFFS — NEW SONG MINISTRIES:
ship & children’s church; 6:30, eve-      742-3202. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday                                                                                                      group), prayer and praise.                (under 6 years).
                                                                                      WINCHESTER — FIRST: (Disciples              1465 Exeter Road; 754-3718; Earl
ning service. Wed. — 7, Bible study.      school; 10:30 & 6, worship.                 of Christ); 20 N. Main St.; Pastor Dan      Rice, pastor. 10:30, worship. Wed          BETHEL: 13068 E. Bethel Church            GRACE: corner Church and State;
                                          ROODHOUSE — EMMANUEL: 326                   Reihing. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school;        — 7 p.m., prayer and Bible study.          Road, Arenzville; Larry Hance, pastor;    Rev. Michael W. Fender, pastor. 9,
BAPTIST                                   E. Franklin; 589-4760. Sun. — 9:30,         10:30, worship. Nursery provided.           ROODHOUSE — HOUSE OF                       323-3838. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday             worship; 10:15, fellowship; 10:45,
                                          Sunday school; 10:30 & 7, worship.                                                      RESTORATION: 208 Franklin St.; 374-        school; 10:30 & 6, worship. Wed.          Sunday school. WLDS broadcast at
CALVARY: 859 N. Main; J. Harley           Wed. — 7, Bible study.                      CHURCH OF CHRIST                                                                       — 7, midweek prayer.                      11. Adult nursery attendant, 8:30-
                                                                                                                                  2054; Keith Hendrickson, pastor. Sun.
Holt, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school;        ROODHOUSE — FIRST: Franklin                                                                                                                                                  noon.
                                                                                      CHURCH OF CHRIST: 2365 W.                   — 10:30.
10:30 & 6:30, worship. Wed.               and Worcester; 589-5357; Rev. Dan                                                                                                  PENTECOSTAL                               WESLEY CHAPEL: 3 miles west
                                                                                      Morton Ave.; 245-5001; Wil Perkins,         ROODHOUSE — LIGHTHOUSE
— 6:30, Bible study.                      Edwards, minister. Sun. — 9:30,                                                                                                                                              of Jacksonville on Old Route 36;
                                                                                      minister. Sun. — 9, Bible classes;          OUTREACH CENTER: Joshua W.
FIRST: 1701 Mound; 245-6119; Rev.         Sunday school; 10:30, worship.                                                                                                     COMMUNITY TEMPLE CHURCH OF                Pastor Bob McKelvey; Jodi Mawson,
James S. Harper, senior pastor. Sun.                                                  10, worship. Wed. — 7, Bible study.         Burrus, pastor. Sun. — 10 a.m., wor-
                                          ROODHOUSE — MARTINS PRAIRIE:                                                                                                       GOD IN CHRIST: 710 N. Clay; 245-          pianist. Sat. — 5:30, Saturday Nite
— 9, worship; 10:15, Sunday school                                                    Services interpreted for the deaf.          ship, nursery and children’s church
                                          Four miles east of Roodhouse. Sun.                                                                                                 0262; Samuel L. Holmes Sr., pastor.
                                                                                      MEREDOSIA: Route 104; 584-1907;             available. Handicapped accessible. For                                               Advantage. Sun. — 9:30, worship;
for all ages. Nursery provided. Two       — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, wor-                                                                                                 Sun. — 9, Sunday school; 10:15,
                                                                                      Minister, Phil Carter. Sun. — 9, Bible      information, call 589-4870 or e-mail                                                 10:30, fellowship; 11, Sunday school.
Sundays per month — 3, youth group        ship; 6, Bible study.                                                                                                              worship. Tues. — 7, Bible study.
(grades 7-12).                                                                        classes; 10 & 5:30, worship. Wed.           lighthouse.outreach@live.com.                                                        Nursery provided.
                                          VIRGINIA — FAITH: 431 W.                                                                                                           Thurs. — 7, worship. For transporta-
LIGHTHOUSE: 310 N. Clay; 245-             Beardstown St.; 452-7776. Sun —             — 7, classes.                               WHITE HALL — NEW LIFE CHURCH:                                                        ARENZVILLE: Rev. Chuck Trent,
                                                                                                                                                                             tion, call the church office.
0287; Karl Jones, pastor; Joe             10:30, worship; 6, evening worship.         PLEASANT PLAINS: 245-9985;                  626 Curtis Place; 374-2787; Paul A.        FAITH TABERNACLE: 571 Sandusky;           pastor; Ken Bradbury, pianist; Faye
Tonellato, asst. pastor. Sun. — 10,       Thurs. — 7, Bible study & prayer.           James Deck, minister. 9:30, Bible           Elliott, pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday       245-2903; Rev. A.D. Selby, pastor;        Kershaw, organist. Sun — 9:30,
morning service & junior church; 6        VIRGINIA — FIRST: 140 E.                    study; 10:30, worship.                      school for all ages; 10:30 & 6, wor-       Frank Fanshier, Sunday school supt.       worship; 10:45, Sunday school. Wed.
evening service; Wed. — 7, Bible          Washington St.; 452-3644; Rev. Vince        VIRGINIA: (Independent); 282 E.             ship; 4:30, youth worship. Mon. — 7,       Sun. — 10, Sunday school; 11, wor-        — 6:15 a.m., men’s prayer group.
study & prayer meeting.                   French; Dale Bateman, music leader.         Beardstown St.; Les Featheringill, min-     prayer service. Wed. — 7, worship.         ship; 6, evening. Wed. — 7, Bible         ASHLAND: 300 West Editor St. 476-
LINCOLN AVENUE: 951 Lincoln               9:30, Sunday school; 10:45 and              ister. 9, Sunday school; 10, worship.                                                  study 1st and 3rd Wed.                    8858. Patricia Hutton, pastor. Sun. —
Ave. (across from Turner Jr. High);       6, worship. Wed. — 6:45, evening                                                        LATTER DAY SAINTS                          HARVEST TEMPLE UNITED: 530 S.             8:45, worship; 10:15, Sunday school.
243-6436; Rev. Duncan Locke, pas-         prayer meeting; 7, evening worship.         CHURCH OF GOD                                                                          Main; 245-4670; Rev. J.D. Walker,         Mon. — 9 and 7, adult Bible classes;
                                                                                                                                  CHURCH OF JESUS CHRIST: 1053                                                         youth Bible study after school. Wed.
tor; Rev. John Hume and Rev. Robb         WALKERVILLE BAPTIST CHURCH:                                                                                                        pastor. Sun. — 10, Sunday school;
                                                                                      FIRST CHURCH OF GOD: 350 W.                 E. Vandalia Road; 245-9597; Bishop                                                   — 6:30, praise service. Wheelchair-
Rockwell, assoc. pastors. Sun. — 9,       R.R. 33 Hillview; 473-3273; Ronald                                                                                                 6, worship. Wed. services — 7. Deaf
                                                                                      Independence; 479-8851; Charles             Glenn Karlinsey. Sun. — 9-12,                                                        accessible. Nursery provided for
Bible study; 10:30 & 6 worship. Child     Heard, pastor. Sun. — 10:30, wor-                                                                                                  interpreter at all services.
                                                                                      Beard, pastor. 9:30, Sunday school;         Sacrament meeting, 9 a.m., followed                                                  Sunday school & church. Communion,
care and sign language interpreter        ship.                                                                                                                              HOUSE OF WORSHIP CHURCH OF
                                                                                      10:30, worship.                             by Sunday School and Primary Family                                                  1st Sunday.
available for all services. Wed. —        WAVERLY — FIRST: 180 N. Grove                                                                                                      GOD IN CHRIST: 424 W. Court St.;
                                                                                                                                  History Center – public noon-4 p.m.                                                  BEARDSTOWN — FIRST: 415 State
6:15, discipleship courses.               St.; 435-7651; Rev. Brian Hodge, pas-                                                                                              479-8272; Jimmie G. Burries, pastor.
                                                                                      CONGREGATIONAL                              Sun., T-W 6-8:30 p.m. Youth activities                                               St.; 323-1257; Robert Schoolcraft,
MISSION OF HOPE: Nichols Park;            tor. 9, worship; 10:10, Sunday school.                                                                                             Sun. — 10, Sunday school; 11, wor-
                                                                                                                                  6:30 p.m. Wed.                                                                       pastor. 9 worship; 10:15, adult &
245-0248, 720-0456; Greg and              WAVERLY — NEW HOPE: Country                 CONGREGATIONAL, UCC: (Just Peace                                                       ship. Tues. — 6, Bible study. Fri. — 6,
Vonnie Simpson. Sun. — 9:30,              church, corner of Goacher and                                                                                                      worship.                                  youth Sunday school. Nursery avail-
                                                                                      & ONA Church). See full entry under         LUTHERAN
Sunday school; 6 p.m., worship. Wed.      Rouland roads; 371-5285; Rev. John                                                                                                 SPIRIT OF FAITH: 105 E. Dunlap;           able. Large print programs. Sign
                                                                                      UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST.
— 6:30 p.m., Bible study.                 Burnell, pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday                                                    CHRIST DEAF LUTHERAN CHURCH:               Revs. Paul Herbert Caldwell Jr. and       lanugage interpreter. Wheelchair-
                                                                                      BEARDSTOWN — FIRST
MT. EMORY: 424 S. Church; 243-            school; 10:30, worship.                                                                 See full entry under DEAF CHURCHES.        LaTosha Caldwell, pastors. Sun. —         accessible.
                                                                                      CONGREGATIONAL, NACCC: 119                                                                                                       BERLIN — ISLAND GROVE:
1944; David L. Stewart, pastor. Sun.      WHITE HALL: 109 N. Carrollton;                                                          FAITH, ELCA: 1385 W. Walnut (half          9:30, worship. Wed. — 6:30, service.
                                                                                      West Third Street; 323-1457; Rev.                                                                                                2 1/2 miles west of Berlin; 488-6140;
— 9:15, Sunday school; 10:45,             374-2030; Rev. Chad Hoesman.                                                            mile east of Passavant Hospital); 245-     ROODHOUSE: Roodhouse
worship. Wed. — 7, prayer service &                                                   John Jerving, pastor. Sun. — 9:30,                                                                                               Rev. Donald Peck, minister; Mark
                                          Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:35,                                                      8919, voice & fax; S. John Roth, pas-      Pentecostal Church, West North
Bible study.                                                                          adult Bible study; 10:30, worship.                                                                                               Vincent, organist. 9, Sunday school;
                                          worship. Wed. — 5:30, Bible study.                                                      tor; Linda Strader, youth director. Sun.   Street; 374-2357; Barry Coates, pas-
WESTFAIR: 14 Clark Dr.; 243-5429;         Handicapped accessible.                                                                 — 10, combined service; keyboard-          tor. Sun. — 10, Sunday school; no         10:30, worship.
Rev. Larry Warren, pastor. Sun.           WHITE HALL — CALVARY: 130                   DEAF CHURCHES                                                                          a.m. worship; 7 p.m., worship. Wed.       BLUFF SPRINGS: Linda Trent, pas-
                                                                                                                                  ist, Janet Helmich; ASL interpreter,
— 9:15, Sunday school; 10 & 6 wor-        Raines Drive; 374-6479; Dennis              CHRIST DEAF LUTHERAN CHURCH:                Erin Heise; organist, Andrew Salyer.       — 7, Bible study.                         tor; Randy Reichert, organist. 8:45,
ship. Wed. — 7, children’s ministry &     Ornellas, pastor, 248-6273. Sun.            104 Finley (off West State across           Wheelchair-accessible. Nursery and                                                   worship.
prayer meeting. Sign language inter-      — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, 7,            from ISD); 245-0180 VP/TTY/voice.           personal PA systems available. www.        PRESBYTERIAN                              BLUFFS: Route 100; 754-3562; Rev.
pretation for all services.               worship. Wed. — 7, Bible study and          Pastor Tom Phillips. Sun. — 9, Bible        faith-lutheran.com.                                                                  Stacy Tomich, pastor; Debbie Bicknell,
ASHLAND: 221 W. Washington; 476-          prayer.                                                                                                                            JACKSONVILLE FIRST: 870 W.                choir director/pianist. Sun. — 9:45,
                                                                                      class; 8:30 & 10, worship. Wed.             OUR REDEEMER, LCMS: 405
3678; David McHenry, pastor. Sun. —       WINCHESTER — CORNERSTONE:                                                                                                          College; 245-4189; Dr. John S. Kay,       Sunday school; 11, worship. Worship
                                                                                      — 3:15, Good News Club, through             Massey Ln.; 243-3939; Rev. David
9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, worship.      226 Cornerstone Drive; Ted                                                                                                         pastor. New times: Sun. — 8:30,           nursery available. Wed. — 7, Bible
                                                                                      fifth grade; 7, Good News Teens,            Knuth, pastor; Dr. Alvin J. Schmidt,
ATHENSVILLE: RR#3 Roodhouse;              Rhoades, pastor. Sun. — 9:30,                                                                                                      Christian Youth Ensemble; 9, Sunday       study.
                                                                                      sixth-12th grade; 8, NA meeting. Sat.       assistant pastor; Karma Vortman,
(618) 885-5935; Bob Blaine, pastor.       Sunday school; 10:30, worship; youth                                                                                               school for children, youth and            CARROLLTON: 620 Maple St.; 942-
                                                                                      — 6, Sign choir (grades 6-12); 7,           music director/organist. Broadcast
Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30         group, 6 in the gym; 7, evening wor-                                                                                               adults; 10, worship; 11, fellowship;      3445; Rev. Sara Brown, pastor. Sun.
                                                                                      high school youth group. All activities     WJIL-1550 AM, 9. Sun. — 9, worship;
& 7, worship. Wed. — 7, Bible study.      ship. Wed. — 7, prayer.                                                                                                            7 p.m., youth kick-off church front       — 9, worship; 10:30, Sunday school.
                                                                                      signed. Voice interpreting available.       10:15, Sunday school. Deaf interpret-
BEARDSTOWN — FIRST SOUTHERN:              WINCHESTER — FIRST: 30 W.                                                                                                          lawn. Nursery services and hearing        Wheelchair-accessible. Assistive listen-
                                                                                      www.IllinoisDeafLutherans.com.              ers, braille hymnals, electronic receiv-
900 Grand Ave. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday        Cross; 742-3480; Interime pastor,                                                                                                  enhancement devices available. Fully      ing devices available. Communion,
                                                                                      JACKSONVILLE UNITED METHODIST               ers for the hearing impaired & nursery
school; 10:30 & 6, worship. Wed.          Bob Kerr. 9, Sunday school; 10, wor-                                                                                               handicapped accessible.                   1st Sunday.
                                                                                      DEAF-BASED COMMUNITY CHURCH:                service available.
— 7, Bible study.                         ship. Child care provided.                                                                                                         BEARDSTOWN — SANGAMON                     CONCORD: Rev. Chuck Trent, pastor;
                                                                                      400 W. Morgan (Grace United                 SALEM: South East at Beecher, 243-
BEARDSTOWN — GRACE BIBLE                  WINCHESTER — GRACE: 100                                                                                                            VALLEY: 10 miles out on Beardstown-       Angela Homer, pianist 10, Sunday
                                                                                      Methodist Church chapel); 245-9521,         3419; Rev. Peter R. Brechbuhl, pas-
CHURCH REFORMED BAPTIST:                  E. Cherry; 742-3382; Rev. Don                                                                                                      Chandlerville Blacktop; Rev. David        school; 11, worship.
                                                                                      291-0267 (TDD/fax); e-mail, lordseak-       tor; Lisa Aring, principal. Sat. — 5:30,
323-5599. Steve Griffin, pastor. Sun.     Strodtman, pastor. Sun. — 9:30,                                                                                                    Watkins. 9:30, worship; 10:30, church     DURBIN: 5 miles west of Franklin on
                                                                                      ang @hotmail.com; Rev. Elke Sharma,         worship. Sun. — 8 & 10:30, wor-
— 10:30 and 6.                            Sunday school; 10:30, worship; 7                                                                                                   school.                                   Woodson-Franklin Blacktop; 675-2644;
                                                                                      pastor. Sun. — 9:30, worship. Tues.         ship; 9:15, Sunday school and Bible
BLUFFS: Rogers St.; , Rev. David          p.m., worship. Wed. — 7, Bible study.                                                                                              VIRGINIA — FIRST: 281 E. Hardin           Rev. Leland Legg Jr., pastor; Bill
                                                                                      — 7, Bible study. Both in ASL.              classes for all ages. Service on WLDS
Reid, pastor; 754-3707. Sun. — 9:30,      WINCHESTER — SANDRIDGE:                                                                                                            Street, Virginia; Rev. Marcia Forman,     Meier, organist. 8:30, Sunday school;
                                                                                      PITTSFIELD: GRACE BAPTIST                   Sunday, 10. Theme: "The Fruitful Word
Sunday school; 10:30 & 6, worship.        Three miles south on Glasgow                                                                                                       pastor. 10, worship and church            9:30, worship.
                                                                                      CHURCH: 1500 Lakeview Heights; Dr.          of God" salemjax.org.
Wed. — 7, evening prayer & Bible          Blacktop; 243-2398. Sun. — 9:30,                                                                                                   school.                                   FRANKLIN: 675-2644; Rev. Leland
                                                                                      Gary Dice, pastor, 285-5230; James          ARENZVILLE — ST. PETER’S ELCA:
study.                                    Sunday school; 10:30 & 6, worship.                                                                                                 VIRGINIA — SHILOH CUMBERLAND:             Legg Jr., pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday
                                                                                      Liebrecht, deaf pastor, 285-2127.           2 miles northwest of Arenzville;
CHANDLERVILLE — MT. OLIVE:                www.sandridgebaptistchurch.org.                                                                                                    3 miles west of Virginia on IL 125;       school; 8:30, worship. Wed. — 9,
                                                                                      Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school; 10:45           997-2289; Pastor Cindy Krause. Sun.
28334 Oakford Road; 458-2721;             WOODSON: 673-4401; Doug Bell,                                                                                                      452-3802; Rev. Albert Smith, pastor.      morning prayer service. Elevator to all
                                                                                      & 6, worship. Wed. — 7, worship. ASL        — 9, Sunday school; 10, worship.
Geroge Garnot Jr., pastor. Sun.           pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school;                                                     Sunday radio broadcast at 12:20 p.m.       9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, worship.      floors. Nursery during worship.
                                                                                      interpreters.                                                                          Lift available for handicapped access.
— 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30 & 7,         10:30 & 6, worship. Wed. — 7, Bible                                                     on 1180 AM WLDS in Jacksonville.                                                     LYNNVILLE: 473-8080; Nancy Wood,
worship. Wed. — 7, worship. www.          study.                                                                                  ARENZVILLE — IMMANUEL LCMS:                WOODSON — UNITY: Bob Kerr, pas-           pastor. 10:30, worship. Communion
                                                                                      EPISCOPAL                                                                              tor; Merle Megginson, clerk; Virginia
mtolivebaptistchurch.com.                                                                                                         3781 Honey Point Road; 742-3919;                                                     every first Sunday. Wheelchair-acces-
ELDRED: Elm and Cedar streets;            CHRISTIAN                                   TRINITY: West State & Church; the           Michael J. Bahr, pastor. 7, Bible class;   Prochazka, pianist. 9, worship; 10,       sible.
983-2841; John Hardwick, pastor.                                                      Rev. Christopher Ashmore, rector; the       7:40, divine service.                      Sunday school.                            MANCHESTER: Corner of 6th and
Sun. — 9, Sunday school; 10, wor-         CENTRAL: (Disciples of Christ); 359         Rev. Thomas Langford, deacon; Mary                                                                                               East Streets; 370-3118. Robin Lyons,
                                                                                                                                  ARENZVILLE — TRINITY
ship. Wed. — 6, Kids Night; 7:30,         W. College Ave.; Rev. Rex K. Kibler Jr.,    Wilson, organist. 11th Sunday after                                                    ROMAN CATHOLIC                            minister. 1st Sun. — 10:30, worship;
                                                                                                                                  EVANGELICAL: Daniel J. Bishop, pas-
Adult Bible study.                        senior minister; Julie Hood, chancel        Pentecost. Sun. — 7:45, 10, Holy                                                                                                 other Sundays — 10, lay speak-
                                                                                                                                  tor. 9, Sunday school & Bible class;       OUR SAVIOUR: 500 E. State St.;
FRANKLIN: 106 East St.; (217)             choir director; Deb Boston, handbell        Eucharist; 9, Adult Academy. Wed.                                                                                                ers. Communion every 1st Sunday.
                                                                                                                                  10, divine service.
204-5605, (815) 355-2083; Darin           choir director; Rhonda Crouse, organ-       — 10, Holy Eucharist. Tues.-Sat. in                                                    245-6184; Rev. Tom Meyer, pas-            Handicapped accessible.
                                                                                                                                  BEARDSTOWN — FIRST
Peterson, pastor. 9:30, Sunday            ist. Sat. — 5:30, worship. Sun. — 9,        the Chancel — 8, morning prayer;                                                       tor; Rev. Jeff Long, Parochial Vicar.     MURRAYVILLE: 504 Main; 882-4041;
                                                                                                                                  EVANGELICAL, ELCA: 301 W. Fourth;
school; 10:30 & 7, worship. Wed.          worship; 10:30, Sunday school. Thurs.       5:15, evening prayer; Sun., 7, morning                                                 Masses: Sat. — 5:30; Sun. — 8:30 &        Rev. Dennis Powers, pastor; parson-
                                                                                                                                  323-1770; Scott Egbers, pastor. Sun.
— 7, Bible study.                         — 9:30, Bible study. Nursery avail-         prayer; 5:15, evening prayer.                                                          10:30. Confession 4-5 p.m. Saturday.      age phone, 882-7081. 9, Sunday
                                                                                                                                  — 9:30, communion service. Child
FRANKLIN — HART’S PRAIRIE                 able. Van service provided, 243-7461.                                                   care provided. Wheelchair accessible.      ALEXANDER— BVM: Rev. Kevin                school; 10:15, worship. Handicapped
MISSIONARY: Rev. Raymond                  Handicapped accessible; elevator            FOURSQUARE GOSPEL                           BEARDSTOWN — ST. JOHN’S,                   Laughery. Mass — Sat., 4:30 p.m.          accessible.
Watkins, pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday      available.                                                                              LCMS: 601 Jefferson St.; 323-1288;         ARENZVILLE — ST. FIDELIS: Rev.            NAPLES: 754-3562; Rev. Stacy
school; 10:30 & 7, worship. Wed.          FIRST: 510 W. Vandalia; 243-6445;           THE GATHERING PLACE - THE                   Douglas Evenson, pastor. Sat. — 5,         Chris Brey. Mass — 1st Sat., 6:30         Tomich, pastor. 9:30, worship; 10:30,
service — 7.                              meets at Grace UMC. J. Allan Cook,          FOURSQUARE CHURCH IN                        worship; Sun. — 9, Sunday school           p.m.                                      Sunday school.
GLASGOW: 115 N. Jackson,                  minister; Brian VanArsdale, youth           JACKSONVILLE: 2256 W. Morton                and Bible class; 10, worship. Sunday       ASHLAND — ST. AUGUSTINE: Rev.             VIRGINIA: Stowe at Broadway; 452-
Winchester; 742-3680; Bro. David          director; David Clevenger, children's       Ave.; 243-0028; Rev. Terry & Andrea         service on 94.3 FM.                        Chris Brey. Mass — Sun., 9.               3534 or 452-7451; Bill Braswell, pas-
Slagle, pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday       director; Kay Welsh, visitation director.   (Andi) Rosenfield, pastors. Sun.            BLUFFS — ST. JOHN’S LUTHERAN,              BEARDSTOWN — ST. ALEXIUS: 215             tor; Charnell Fornoff, organist; Raquel
school; 10:30, worship; 6, evening        Sun. — 9, Sunday school; 10:45,             — 8, intercessory prayer; 9, worship.       ELCA: 112 W. Walker; 754-3611;             W. 5th St.; 323-4345; Rev. Chris Brey.    Reid, pianist; Raquel Carlock, Chancel
services. Wed. — 6, prayer & Bible        worship. Praise band and sign lan-          Nursery and children’s church avail-        Cindy Krause, pastor. Sun. — 6 p.m.,       Masses — Sun., 11; Spanish Mass,          choir director. Sun. — 8, informal
study.                                    guage interpretation. Nursery and chil-     able at 9. Wed. — 6:30, adult Bible         worship.                                   12:30.                                    worship; 9, fellowship hour & Sunday
GREENFIELD — FIRST: R.R. 1 Box                                                        study and Good News Bears.                  BLUFFS — TRINITY LCMS: 1585                FRANKLIN — SACRED HEART                   school; 10, worship (service broad-
                                          dren's classes provided; bus service,
399; 368-2690; Rev. John Pattison,                                                    5:15, evening prayer.                       Trinity Road; 754-3517; Michael J.         CHURCH: Rev. Kevin Laughery. Mass         cast live on WVIL-FM, 101..3). Wed.
                                          call church by 3 p.m. Friday.
pastor. Sun. — 9, worship; 10:15,         JACKSONVILLE COMMUNITY: 405                                                             Bahr, pastor. 9, divine service; 10:15,    Sun., 7:30 a.m.                           — 3:15, C.L.I.C.K. (6--8 grade youth
Sunday school; 7, evening service.                                                    INDEPENDENT                                 Sunday school.                             NEW BERLIN — ST. MARY’S                   group). Thurs. — 3:15, AfterSchool
                                          Finley; 245-0307; Samuel M. Rosa,
Wed. — 7, prayer meeting and Bible        minister. Sun. — 9, Sunday school;                                                      BLUFF SPRINGS — ST. JOHN’S:                CHURCH: Rev. Kevin Laughery. Mass         Club (k-5). Wheelchair-accessible.
                                                                                      BEILSCHMIDT CHAPEL: Passavant
study.                                    10, adult & youth worship. Nursery                                                      Illinois Route 125; 323-1801; Rev.         Sun., 9:30 a.m.                           Assistive listening devices available.
                                                                                      Area Hospital, 1600 W. Walnut; 245-
HILLVIEW BAPTIST CHURCH: 945-             provided. Equipped for the hearing                                                      Amanda Stamp, pastor. 10:30, wor-          PITTSFIELD — ST. MARY: Rev. Mark          Nursery provided for 8 & 10.
                                                                                      9541, ext. 3299; Chaplain Patsy Kelly.
6238, 945-6253; Jason Holliman,           impaired.                                                                               ship.                                      Schulte. 285-4321. Mass — Sat., 6;        WAVERLY FIRST: 190 E. State; Rev.
                                                                                      Sun. — 9:30.
pastor. Sun. — 9:30, Sunday school;       ASHLAND — BEREA: (Disciples of                                                          CARROLLTON — OUR REDEEMER,                 Sun., 8:30                                Leland Legg Jr., pastor. 9:30, Sunday
                                                                                      CHRIST'S CHURCH TRIUMPHANT
10:30 & 7, worship. Wed. — 7, Bible       Christ); 6 miles south of Ashland on                                                    LCMS: 208 7th St.; 942-3168; Steve         VIRGINIA — ST. LUKE’S: Rev. Chris         school; 10:30, worship.
                                                                                      MINISTRIES: P.O. Box 52; 473-3204;
study.                                    Highway 123; Ed Moretto, minister.                                                      Jacobsen, pastor. Sat. — 5:30 p.m.,        Brey. Mass — Sat., 5.                     WHITE HALL: Christ UMC; Rev. Sara
                                                                                      Pastor Ron Famer. Sun. — 10:30
LITERBERRY — LITER: Bill Edwards,         9:30, Christian education hour;                                                         worhsip; Sun. — 9, worship; 10:15,         WINCHESTER — ST. MARK’S:                  Brown. Sun. — 9:30, adult Sunday
                                                                                      service. Wed. — 7, Bible study and
pastor; Linda Braner, organist; Joellen   10:30, worship.                                                                         Sunday school.                             108 Pearl St.; 742-5224; Rev. Mark        school; 10:45, worship, nursery and
                                                                                      fellowship. Christschurchtriumphantm
Doyle, pianist. 9, worship; 10:15,        BEARDSTOWN — FIRST: 1421                                                                CHAPIN — ST. PAUL’S: (Missouri             Schulte, pastor. Masses: Sat., 4 p.m.;    youth Sunday school. Wheelchair-
Sunday school.                            Beard; Mike Courson, minister. Sun.                                                                                                Sun., 10:30 a.m.                          accessible, elevator to sanctuary.
                                                                                      CHURCH OF FAITH AND                         Synod); R.R. 1; Rev. Gene Strattman.
MANCHESTER: East Union (3 miles           — 9:30, Sunday school; 8 & 10:45,           DELIVERANCE: 905 N. Clay (Bethel            9, Sunday school; 10, divine worship.                                                Assistive listening devices available.
east of Manchester).Rev. Albert           contemporary worship. Staffed nurs-                                                                                                THE SALVATION ARMY                        Communion, 1st Sunday.
                                                                                      AME); 473-0874. Jim Elliott, pastor.        Holy Communion 1st & 3rd Sun.
Benton. 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30,       ery. Children’s church. Communion all       Sun. — 4, worship. Thurs. — Bible           MEREDOSIA — TRINITY: Six miles                                                       WINCHESTER: Walnut and Cherry
                                                                                                                                                                             THE SALVATION ARMY: 331 W.
worship.                                  services. Choir practice, 6:30. Wed.        study — 7.                                                                                                                       Streets; 742-3610; Rev. Robin R.
                                                                                                                                  east of Meredosia on Trinity Church        Douglas; 245-7124. 9:30, worship
MANCHESTER: 402 East St.; 587-            — 7, Bible study & youth meetings.          CHURCH OF SOUTH JACKSONVILLE:                                                          followed by Sunday school. Captains       Lyons, pastor. 8:30, fellowship; 9,
                                                                                                                                  Road; Rev. Gilbert Wellenreiter, interim
2761; Larry G. Balthis, pastor; Will      CHAMBERSBURG: Rt. 104; Jeremy               371-2555. Sun. — 10:30 a.m. at                                                         Amos and Cyndi Shiels corps officers.     worship; 10:05, Sunday school for all
                                                                                                                                  pastor. June, no worship. July-October,
Andras, youth director; Randy Cooper,     Norton, minister. 9, Sunday school;         1607 S. East St.                                                                       10:30, worship.                           ages. Wheelchair- accessible. Nursery
                                                                                                                                  2nd Sunday.
pianist; Carol Campbell, organist.        9:45 & 6:30, worship. www.cham-             CHURCH OF THE NEW COVENANT:                                                                                                      provided for services.
                                                                                                                                  VIRGINIA — GRACE LUTHERAN,
Sun. — 9:30, Bible study for all ages;    bersburgchristian.com                       (Non-denominational); 520 Nazarene          ELCA: 9, Holy Communion; 10:15,            UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST
10:30 & 7, worship. Wed. — 6, Kid         CHANDLERVILLE: 171 E. Lake St.;             Rd.; 243-5096; Tom Herbert, pas-            Sunday school.                                                                       DIRECTORY KEY
Fusen; 7, youth group; 7:30, Bible        458-2481; Jim Waterman, pastor.             tor; Rich Webb, assistant pastor;           WINCHESTER — CHRIST LCMS:                  CONGREGATIONAL, UCC: (Just
                                          9:15, worship; 10:30, Sunday school.        Ed Wainscott, Chuck West, Sharon                                                       Peace & ONA Church) 520 W. College;       Each denomination is organized by city
study & prayer meeting. Handicapped                                                                                               125 W. Jefferson; 742-3919; Michael                                                  with Jacksonville churches listed first.
                                          CHAPIN: (Disciples of Christ); 512          Ward, elders. 8:45, 10:30, worship,         J. Bahr, pastor. 10:30, divine service.    245-8213. Rev. Lynn Bohlmann, pas-
accessible. Nursery provided.                                                                                                                                                                                          Services are Sunday unless otherwise
                                          Poplar; 472-7371; Steve Peters, pas-        KIDS church, supervised nursery. Van                                                   tor. Sun. — 9, church education; 10,
MEREDOSIA — FIRST: 222 N.                                                                                                                                                                                              specified.
                                          tor. 9:30, Sunday school; 10:30, wor-       pick up available, 243-5096.                METROPOLITAN COMMUNITY                     worship & children’s activities and
Marion; 584-1486; Rev. Kenneth
                                          ship. Handicapped accessible.               COMMUNITY OF CHRIST: 650 N.                                                            nursery available.
Sanders, pastor. Sun. — 9:30,

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                                                   McDonald’s                                                                         2018 Southbrooke Rd.                            Jacksonville                           (217) 243-8615
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                                                                                                                                                       Facebook boosts photo size,

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                                                                                                                                                   SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — Facebook is increasing the

                                                                                                quarters                                       size of photos that people post to its website and making
                                                                                                                                               them load twice as fast as before.
                                                                                                                                                   Photos will now be 33 percent wider, with a variable
                                                                                                                                               height. The last time the company increased its photo size
                                                                                                                                               was in March 2010.
            COLLEGE                                                   Brown County                            North Greene                         Facebook said Friday that sharing photos is one of the
                                                                        September 23                                September 23               most popular activities on its social network. Users upload
         Illinois College                                                                                                                      more than 250 million photos each day. Facebook said the
           Homecoming Week                                              Calhoun                                                                new features will be available to users over the next few
              October 3-8                                               September 23                         Pittsfield/
                                                                                                             Pittsfield/                        days.
         Game: October 8, 1 p.m.                                                                         Griggsville-Perry                         The changes come the same week that Facebook said
                                                                       Carrollton                                   September 16               it is letting users pre-approve having their names attached
     MacMurray College                                                   October 7                                                             to a photo posted by a friend before that photo appears
                                                                                                                                               on their profile. The tagged photo will still appear on the
          Homecoming Week                                                                             Pleasant Hill/Western
            October 13-16                                              Greenfield
                                                                       Greenfield                                    September 30
                                                                                                                                               friend’s page and could show up in the news feeds of com-
        Game: October 15, 1 p.m.                                        September 23                                                           mon friends. But users can remove their names after the
                                                                                                                                               photos are posted.
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                September 24                                          High School
                                                                                                                                                       Pew: Half of U.S. adults now
                                                                         October 16                      Triopia/Meredosia
            Beardstown                                                                                              September 17                          use social networks
                September 23                                           New Berlin                                                                  SAN FRANCISCO (AP) — A new study says half of
                                                                        September 30                          West Central                     all American adults are now on social networks, and use
                                                                                                                    September 17               among Baby Boomers is growing.
                                                                                                                                                   A report from the Pew Internet & American Life Project

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                                                                                                                                               says that of the adults who use the Internet, nearly two-
                                                                                                                                               thirds use social networks such as Facebook or Twitter.
                                                                                                                                               That’s up slightly from a year ago.
                                                                                                                                                   Among Baby Boomers aged 50 to 64, 32 percent say
                                                                                                  Petals & Angels                              they use a social networking site on a typical day. That’s up

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                                                                                                                                                   Seniors are also testing the waters of social network-

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           with purchase of wristlet.                                                          700 S. Diamond • 243-2700                       ed in Morgan County from         san King to Charles E. Jr.
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                                                                                                                                               SOUTH JACKSONVILLE                  Lawrence L. and Con-
                                                                                                                                                   Peter A. and Kristen L.      nie L. Rau to Michael N.
                                                                                                                                               Chenoweth to Christopher         and Allison Guidish, 247 N.
                                                                                                                                               J. and Amy D. Williams,          Webster Ave., $159,000.

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                                                                                                                                               134 Park St., $92,500.              Charles L. Grinkey to
                                                                                                                                                   Secretary of Housing         Julie R. Downs, 620 N.
                                                                                                                                               and Urban Development            East St., $25,000.
                                                                                                                                               to Bradley A. Surratt, 1406
                                                                                                                                               Lakelawn Drive, $69,500.            ALEXANDER
                                                                                                                                                                                   Gary R. Turner, aka
                                                                                      For all your Homecoming Parties                              Lyndon Jay Gabbert to
                                                                                                                                                                                Gary H. Turner, and Anita
                                                                                                                                               Dave S. and Linda J. Th-
                                                                                        Lobster & Shrimp Mac ‘n Cheese                         run, 2103 New Lake Road,         Turner to Gerald L. Jr. and
                                                                                                                                               $160,000.                        Karla J. Turner, 2880 Old
                                                                                       One Pound Ribeye Steaks • Seafood                           Stacey M. Joseph, nka
                                                                                                                                                                                State Road, $25,000.
                                                                                                                                               Stacey M. Joseph-Bruns,
                                                                                     Pastas & Raviolis • Exotic & Wild Game                    and Aaron Bruns to An-
                                                                                                                                                                                    Jeanette Lynne Coad,
                                                                                        Bacon Beast Burger • Appetizers                        drew and Nicole Bartman,
                                                                                                                                                                                fka Jeanette Lynne Mc-
                                                                                                                                               14 Edgehill Court, $90,000.
                      Purely Mineral Powder                                                                                                                                     Dannald, and Martin Coad
                                                                                          Refreshing Salads • Desserts                             Orville F. Wheatley Jr.      to John A. and Lori L. De-
                         to Extra Lashes                                                                                                       and Sheri L. Wheatley to         Ornellas, 820 French St.,
                                                                                         1852 S. Main, Jacksonville
                                                                                         1852 S. Main, Jacksonville                            Kimberly R. Wollenhaupt,         $79,000.
                                                                                                                                               1661 Sandusky Road,
                                                                                         217.243.2420                                          $146,000.                           CONCORD
          For appointment call (217) 245-1299                                                                                                      Kevin and Sue Ellen             Paul D. Nickel and Rob-
                                                                                     Email for full menu: lasers_62650@yahoo.com
                                                                                     Email for full menu: lasers_62650@yahoo.com               Fairfield to Phillip Q. Wie-      ert F. Nickel, dba Nickel
                                                                                                                                               gand, 1990 Lake Jackson-         Brothers, to Cool Change
                                                                                                                                               ville Road, $356,000.            LLC, 109 W. Main, $40,000.
                                    * Tanning
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                                                                                $     70ial
                                                                                                              Make-Up ,
                                                                                                                                                   Kathy A. Gillis to Rich-
                                                                                                                                               ard K. Fernandes Jr. and
                                                                                                                                               Lisa Mehrhoff, 1518 Old
                                                                                                                                               Airport Road, $81,000.
                                                                                                                                                                                   Paul R. and Janet A. En-
                                                                                                                                                                                gle to Jeremy T. Forta-
                                    * Body Treatment
                                                                                 Sp                                                                Martin D. and Pame-
                                                                                                                                               la K. Farmer to Kevin and
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Trojans clobber Cougars
        CHRIS PROFFITT                                                  initely going to use the pass and       to the Cougars 3, Derrek Schone
           JOURNAL-COURIER                                              hopefully that gets some people         punched it in on the next play to
   CONCORD — Racking up 270                                             out of the box to open up our run-      give the Trojans a 14-0 lead at
rushing yards is nothing new for                                        ning game.”                             halftime.
the Triopia-Meredosia Trojans.                                              Junior quar terback Tanner              Thompson gave credit to the
But 186 passing yards is a little                                       Huddleston looked unflappa-             Cougars for playing the Trojans
surprising.                                                             ble all night — going 8-for-9 with      tough in the first half.
   Add those up, and it equaled                                         186 yards and two touchdowns                “I want to give Winchester

                                                                                                                                                     JOURNAL-COURIER/NICK TURNER
456 yards of total offense and                                          (one passing, one rushing). Hud-        a lot of credit,” Thompson said.
a resounding 34-0 victor y over                                         dleston said the passing game           “Coach Graham has his young
WIVC North rival West Central at                                        flowed well Friday because he           men believing and playing hard
Don Kemp Field.                                                         took plenty of repetitions in prac-     and they came out that first half
   Triopia coach Rich Thompson                                          tice.                                   ready to fight.”
said his team is better equipped                                            “We’ve been practicing a lot            After a Schone 20-yard TD run
this season to attack opponents                                         of the routes we ran tonight,”          midway through the third, Tri-
through the air.                                                        Huddleston said. “We practiced          opia iced the game with an un-
   “We’ve got that ability now,”                                        them and practiced them and just        likely scoring drive. After penal-
Thompson said. “It was some-                                            kept getting better and better at       ties pushed the Trojans back to a                                  Triopia-Meredosia’s Derrek Schone points to the home
thing we lacked last year. May-                                         them.”                                  third-and-47, Caleb Miller broke a                                 crowd after scoring a touchdown Friday during the season
be we didn’t work on it enough                                              After a sluggish start for both     30-yard run to make it fourth-and-
                                                                                                                                                                                   opener against West Central in Concord.
or believe in it enough. But we’ve                                      teams, Triopia opened the scor-         17. Triopia went for it and used
got a nice combination there with                                       ing with a 43-yard TD pass from         a well-executed pass play from
(Tanner) Huddleston to (Jansen)                                         Huddleston to Millard with 2:44         Huddleston to Joehl that went                                      play, Jared Sanders ran the ball in      Joehl said he saw an open-
Joehl. John Love and Josh Millard                                       remaining in the first quarter. Af-      for another 30 yards and convert-                                  from 14 yards out to put Triopia
made nice catches, too. We’re def-                                      ter a 25-yard pass to Joehl down        ed the fourth down. On the next                                    up 28-0.                              TROJANS, see Page 13 ➤

it close
Hornets hold
off Calhoun
    CALHOUN — Alex Sheppard
and Rick Logsdon combined for
just under 300 yards rushing and
three touchdowns Friday night as
the Brown County Hornets won
their 22nd consecutive WIVC
football game with a 32-20 victory
over the Calhoun Warriors.
    “It feels great (to win),” Logs-
don said. “Twenty-second consec-
utive victory — that is what we
were after, and it’s always great to
                                       JOURNAL-COURIER/ROBERT LEISTRA

get it against a quality team like
    “It’s big to come out and get
a victor y in week one,” Brown
County coach Tom Little said,
“especially against a team like
Calhoun. To get a team like that
— who is going to get you a lot of
playoff points because they are
going to win a lot of games — to
get that, and get a victory against                                     Jacksonville’s Dalton Keene tackles a Jerseyville ball carrier in the backfield Friday in Jacksonville.
them, it was a big deal for us.”
    Logsdon ran for 152 yards and
a touchdown on 17 carries. Shep-
pard scored twice and totaled 143                                                                                                  P R EP FOOT BALL
yards on just 10 carries.
    “It feels great,” Sheppard said.
“We are trying to expect our run-

                                                                        ‘Proud of their effort’
ning backs to have at least two
guys get upper 90s to 100 yards
each game, and the more we can
do that, the more successful we
are going to be this year.”
    “Whenever you can spread it
out like that and get the quality
carries all around,” Logsdon said,
“it makes it hard for the defense
to pinpoint on one person. Sam
(Henricks) was just rumbling,
and he had the hard yards, and
                                                                         Crimsons shut out Jerseyville 21-0 in opener
he did a great job all night.”
    The Hornets (1-0) built up an                                             BY BRIAN WEBSTER                  team and, physically, they were                                        But he returned in the fourth     run) of Hance’s varsity career
early 20-0 lead in the first quar-                                                  JOURNAL-COURIER              just bigger and stronger than we                                   quarter and scored the game’s fi-      gave Jacksonville a 7-0 lead three
ter behind two Sheppard touch-                                              Ever ybody seemed to be             were and they wore us down, no                                     nal touchdown from seven yards        minutes into the game after the
downs, including a 58-yarder,                                           playing in a different game than        question.”                                                         out, capping a big night.             first of three Dalton Keene PAT
to get the Hornets on the board                                         Chazz Middlebrook was.                     The 5-6, 185-pound Middle-                                          “Apparently, I wasn’t drinking    kicks.
first. He added a 10-yard run near                                           On a night defined by cramps,        brook bowling-balled his way                                       enough water because I cramped            The score remained 7-0 un-
the end of the first quarter.                                            penalties, dropped passes, over-        to 149 yards rushing on 17 car-                                    up and had to come out early,”        til the final minute of the third
    Sam Henricks scored on a 9-                                         thrown passes, nullified touch-         ries and 51 more on seven re-                                      Middlebrook said. “But over-          quarter when Mills plunged up
yard run between Sheppard’s two                                         downs and long drives that most-        ceptions out of the backfield. He                                   all, I’m excited to be back. It’s a   the middle on a fourth-and-one
scores.                                                                 ly petered out, Jacksonville High’s     burst through holes up the mid-                                    fresh new season and a fresh new      play, then stayed on his feet and
    “I enjoyed the game,” Shep-                                         senior running back kept churn-         dle, twisted out of tackles and                                    team. I’m ready to get this team      went 41 yards for the touchdown.
pard said. “I wasn’t really sure                                        ing out the yards — a cool 200, to      dragged defenders for extra yard-                                  where we need.”                       Mills’ run capped an 11-play, 94-
about the transition from quar-                                         be exact — as the Crimsons liter-       age all evening.                                                       He will have lots of help. Ju-    yard drive.
terback to wingback this year,                                          ally overpowered Jerseyville 21-0          “I have to thank my O-line for                                  nior quar terback Andy Mills              “That was about a 95-yard
but I think we worked on it hard                                        Friday night at Kraushaar-Rosen-        opening up those holes for me to                                   completed 23-of-39 passes for 253     drive, and we were under center
enough, and we came out and did                                         berger Field.                           run through,” said Middlebrook,                                    yards, including a 49-yard touch-     and running the ball almost the
what we were supposed to do.”                                               “I was proud of the kids, proud     who briefly left the game late in                                   down strike to 6-6, 225-pound         entire way,” said Grounds. “We
    Things were quiet in the sec-                                       of their effort,” said first-year Jer-   the third quarter after another                                    sophomore receiver Blake Hance        ran the ball every single play (but
                                                                        seyville head coach Dave Jacobs.        sizable gain on which he refused                                   on the Crimsons’ first series of
HORNETS, see Page 12 ➤                                                  “But Jacksonville’s a good football     to go down.                                                        the evening. The first catch (and      CRIMSONS, see Page 13 ➤

           •PLAYER OF THE DAY•
                    Tyson Woods
            Northwestern’s Tyson Woods is
         the J-C Player of the Day for Thursday,
       as chosen by those who voted at myjournal
          couriervarsity.com. Woods shot a 48
                at Terry Park Golf Course.

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        NATIONAL LEAGUE                       Paul ph       1 0 0 0 Rhodes p 0 0 0 0                                                   (kick failed)                                 ridge, 3 p.m.; Pleasant Hill at Routt, 7
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                     W L Pct GB               Totals       31 4 7 4 Totals     30 5 6 5                                                  NF — Boldger 13 pass from McCabe                                                       Champions: Boeing Classic, Second
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                                                E— Berkman (6), Westbrook (2).              NB — Payne Butchek 62 pass from              RI — Canter 65 punt return (Demy                                                       Sulpher Springs (Texas) at Denton Ryan
                                                                                                                                                                                     hampton Wanderers.
 Washington          62 68 .477 21 ⁄2
                                              LOB—Pittsburgh 7, St. Louis 5. 2B—          Scottie Thoele (Tanner Knox kick) 11:18      kick)                                                                                    (Texas).
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 St. Louis           69 63 .523 9 ⁄2
                                                                  IP H R ER BB SO                                                      McCabe)                                       Third Round.                               Cup: Irwin Tools Night Race.
                                                                                            NB — Mike Lehman 17 pass from
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 Pittsburgh          61 70 .466 17            Ja.McDonald          6 5 3 3 3 5                         Second Quarter                              TEAM STATISTICS                                                              New England Patriots at Detroit Lions.
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                                              Grilli H,3           1 0 0 0 0 1              NB — Matt Hermes 1 run (Knox kick)                                      RI                                                          (CC)
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 Houston             43 88 .328 35            Veras L,2-4 BS,6-7 1 1 2 2 1 1              10:24                                        Rushes-yards             25-56
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                                                                                                                                                                                     St. Thomas Aquinas (Fla.) at Prattville    Chicago Bears at Tennessee Titans.
                     W L Pct GB               Westbrook            6 7 4 4 5 3            7:19                                         Total yards                177
 Arizona             72 59 .550 —             Rhodes               1 0 0 0 0 0                                                         Comp-att-int            4-15-2                (Ala.).                                      9 p.m. (ESPN2) High School Football
                                                                                            NB — Butchek 32 pass from Thoele
 San Francisco       69 62 .527         3     McClellan W,10-6 2 0 0 0 0 2                                                                     INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                  11 a.m. (ESPN2) MLL Lacrosse First        Pleasant Grove (Calif.) at Monterey Trail
                                                                                          (Knox kick) 5:58
 Colorado            63 68 .481         9       Westbrook pitched to 1 batter in the                                                     RUSHING: Rushville — Demy 1-15,             Semifinal.                                  (Calif.).
                                                                                            NB — Shafer 11 run (kick blocked)
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   Cincinnati 4, Washington 3                                                                                                            RECEIVING: Rushville — Demy 1-35,           clays, Third Round.
                                                                                          Passing yards              224        83
   Milwaukee 5, Chicago Cubs 2                         High School                        Total yards                406       222     Ben Weishaar 3-86                               2 p.m. (3,6) PGA Tour Golf The Bar-
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   Florida (Ani.Sanchez 7-6) at Philadel-                    First quarter                Thoele 3-26, Hermes 2-3, Devon Rogers                 LEWISTOWN 7                                                                     line
 phia (Halladay 15-5), 12:05 p.m., 1st          JAX — Blake Hance 49 pass from Andy       3-28, Alex Hodson 1-(-4), Eric Gustafson     Beardstown        8 14 7 0 — 29                2 p.m. (ESPN2) MLL Lacrosse Second
                                                                                                                                                                                     Semifinal.                                    10:45 a.m. (WLDS 1180 AM) Over-
 game                                         Mills (Dalton Keene kick) 9:00              5-18, Brady Gray 4-17, Tyler Cloyd 2-(-5),   Lewistown         0 0 0 7— 7
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                time with Matt Norville
   Atlanta at New York, ppd., hurricane                      Third quarter                Peter Constaninides 1-3, Michael                       SCORING SUMMARY                      2 p.m. (GOLF) LPGA Tour Golf CN
 threat                                         JAX — Mills 41 run (Keene kick) 0:59      Thresher 2-1, Bennet Kesinger 1-24;                        First Quarter                   Canadian Women’s Open, Third Round.          2:35 p.m. (WEAI 107.1 FM) Major
   Colorado (Millwood 1-1) at L.A. Dodg-                    Fourth quarter                South Fulton — Justin Wilham 10-55,            Bea — Dylan Patterson 60 pass from                                                     League Baseball, Pittsburgh Pirates at
                                                                                                                                                                                       2:30 p.m. (ESPN) High School Foot-       St. Louis Cardinals
 ers (Billingsley 10-10), 3:10 p.m.             JAX — Chazz Middlebrook 7 run             Wake 2-1, McWard 8-36, Niehaus 2-47          Sam Hardwick (conversion good) 1:07
                                                                                                                                                                                     ball South Panola (Miss.) at Hoover
   Pittsburgh (Lincoln 0-0) at St. Louis      (Keene kick) 6:52                             PASSING: New Berlin — Thoele 10-                        Second Quarter                                                                5:30 p.m. (WKXQ 92.5 FM) NASCAR,
 (C.Carpenter 8-8), 3:10 p.m.                            TEAM STATISTICS                  14-0 207, Hodson 1-1-0 17; South Fulton        Bea — Wes Carlock 3 run (conversion                                                    Irwin Tools Night Race, Sprint Cup
   Florida at Philadelphia, 2nd game, ppd.,                             JERS       JAX    — Wilham 9-22-2 83, Shafer 0-1-0 0           failed)                                         3 p.m. (7,15) MLB Baseball Pittsburgh    Series
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   Washington (Detwiler 2-3) at Cincinnati    Comp.-Att-Int:         18-25-0 23-39-1      Pearson 1-17; South Fulton — Niehaus           Bea — Patterson 30 pass from Hard-
 (Leake 10-8), 6:10 p.m.                      Total plays-yards:      51-129 76-475       2-19, Wake 4-45, Springman 2-12, Ban-        wick (Zamora kick) 7:05
   San Diego (Harang 12-3) at Arizona         Fumbles-lost:               3-1      3-0    dermaiden 1-7                                             Fourth Quarter
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   Houston (Myers 3-13) at San Francisco
 (Surkamp 0-0), 8:05 p.m.
                                                      INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                                                Rushing: Jerseyville — Kimble 19-(-5),
                                              Jones 7-(-4); Jacksonville — Middle-
                                                                                                  BROWN COUNTY 32,
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  SPORTS BRIEFS
                                                                                                     CALHOUN 20
                East Division                 brook 17-149, Mills 12-51, Courtney 7-21,                                                First downs                 17          1
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                     W L Pct GB               Lomelino 1-1                                Calhoun           0 0 6 14 — 20              Rushes-yards            39-205 15-(-5)
 Boston              80 51 .611 —               Passing: Jerseyville — Kimble 18-25-                SCORING SUMMARY                    Passing yards              114        123
 New York            78 51 .605 1             0, 138 yards; Jacksonville — Mills 23-                                                   Total yards                319        118
 Tampa Bay
                     71 59 .546 8 ⁄2
                     66 65 .504 14
                                              39-1, 253 yards
                                                Receiving: Jerseyville — Carrico 7-47,
                                                                                                        First Quarter
                                                                                            BC — Alex Sheppard 59 run (Sam             Comp-att-int
                                                                                                                                                                4-5-0 14-19-3
                                                                                                                                                                  6-6        1-1
                                                                                                                                                                                           Crittenton charged with murder
                                                                                          Henricks run) 9:45
 Baltimore           52 77 .403 27            Medford 4-66, Obertino 3-15, Turman 2-                                                   Penalties-yards           8-75       2-10        ATLANTA (AP)— Police said late Friday that former
                                                                                            BC — Henricks 9 run (run failed) 5:34
              Central Division                8, Brown 1-6, Jones 1-(-4); Jacksonville      BC — Sheppard 10 run (pass failed)                 INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                 NBA player Javaris Crittenton, who was once suspended
                     W L Pct GB               — Keene 6-92, Middlebrook 7-51, Hance       1:31                                           RUSHING: Beardstown — Carlock 17-           by the league over guns in the locker room, has been
 Detroit             72 59 .550 —             3-68, Courtney 5-37, Willhite 1-10,                       Third Quarter                  44, Spears 12-119, Patterson 5-39,            charged with murder after a woman was shot on an
 Cleveland           64 64 .500 6 ⁄2
                                              Lomelino 1-(-5)                               Cal — Ethan Eberlin 12 run (Austin         Hardwick 3-(-6), Greg Carnes 1-1, Alex        Atlanta street. Police spokesman Carlos Campos said
 Chicago             63 65 .492 7 ⁄2
                                                Interceptions: Jerseyville — Casper 1;                                                 Myles 1-8; Lewistown — Grabbit 6-6,
                                                                                          Malley kick) 6:59                                                                          police have secured a murder warrant for the arrest of
 Minnesota           55 76 .420 17            Jacksonville — none                                                                      #10 1-(-2), #20 1-(-5), #12 4-(-6), #11 1-
                                                                                                       Fourth Quarter
                                                                                                                                                                                     Crittenton in connection with the shooting death of 22-
 Kansas City         54 78 .409 18 ⁄2           Records: Jerseyville 0-1, Jacksonville      Cal —Malley 39 run (kick failed) 9:56
                                                                                                                                         PASSING: Beardstown — Hardwick 4-           year-old Jullian Jones on Aug. 19. Campos said Critten-
               West Division                  1-0                                           BC — Rick Logsdon 51 run (run failed)
                     W L Pct GB                                                                                                        5-0 114; Lewistown — #12 14-19-3 123          ton is not in custody and is wanted.
                                                 TRIOPIA-MEREDOSIA 34,                    9:22
 Texas               75 58 .564 —                                                                                                        RECEIVING: Beardstown — Carlock 1-
                                                    WEST CENTRAL 0                          BC — Tim Woodward 1 run (run failed)
 Los Angeles         71 60 .542 3             West Central       0 0 0 0— 0               8:02                                         13, Spears 1-7, Patterson 2-90; Lewis-
 Oakland             60 71 .458 14            Triopia            7 7 14 6 — 34              Cal — Tyler Johnson 19 run (Malley         town — #11 6-32, #23 3-59
 Seattle             56 73 .434 17                                                                                                       Records: Beardstown 1-0, Lewistown

                                                                                                                                                                                       HORNETS: Win, 32-20
                                                        SCORING SUMMARY                   kick) 3:00
              Friday’s Games                                 First Quarter                            TEAM STATISTICS                  0-1
   Cleveland 2, Kansas City 1                   Tri — Josh Millard 43 pass from Tanner                               BC        Cal       Note: Some names were unavailable to
   Baltimore 12, N.Y. Yankees 5               Huddleston (Jansen Joehl kick) 2:44         First downs                14         14     the Journal-Courier.
   Tampa Bay 6, Toronto 1                                  Second Quarter                 Rushes-yards           45-364 38-193                 NOKOMIS 34,                               Continued from Page 11
   Oakland 15, Boston 5                         Tri — Derrek Schone 3 run (Joehl kick)                                                     PORTA/A-C CENTRAL 13
                                                                                          Passing yards              56         41                                                   ond quarter when neither team found the end zone, and
   Texas 11, L.A. Angels 7                    2:30                                        Total yards               418        232     PORTA             0 7 0 6 — 13
   Detroit 8, Minnesota 1
                                                                                                                                                                                     the Hornets took a 20-0 lead into halftime.
                                                             Third Quarter                Comp-att-int            2-7-0 3-11-1         Nokomis           6 8 14 6 — 34
   Chicago White Sox at Seattle (n)                                                                                                             SCORING SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                                                                         Calhoun fought its way back in the second half as the
                                                Tri — Schone 20 run (Joehl kick) 6:19     Fumbles-lost              1-1        5-4
            Saturday’s Games                    Tri — Jared Sanders 14 run (Joehl                                                                    First Quarter                   Warriors scored on a 12-yard run by Ethan Eberlin in the
                                                                                          Penalties-yards          5-35       3-30
   Oakland (Moscoso 6-7) at Boston            kick) 0:21                                          INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                  Nok — Ray Lovelace 43 runs (run             third quarter. Calhoun scored again in the fourth quarter
 (Lester 13-6), 11:05 a.m., 1st game                        Fourth Quarter                  RUSHING: Brown County — Logsdon            failed)                                       when Austin Malley made his way into the end zone on
   N.Y. Yankees (Nova 13-4) at Baltimore        Tri — Huddleston 22 run (Cody Curry       16-157, Sheppard 11-150, Henricks13-                     Second Quarter                    a 38-yard quarterback keeper to cut the Hornets’ lead to
 (Britton 7-9), 12:05 p.m., 1st game          kick failed) 8:20                           52, Braxton Phelps 2-10, Woodward 2-(-         PORTA — Zach Stephenson 48 pass             20-13. “The biggest thing was that our defensive line got
   Tampa Bay (Niemann 8-5) at Toronto                     TEAM STATISTICS                 2); Calhoun — Malley 11-55, Johnson          from Nate Wenda (kick good)                   down,” Calhoun coach Glenn Peyton said. “(In the first
 (L.Perez 3-2), 12:07 p.m.                                                                                                               Nok — Lovelace 28 pass from Nick Fox
                                                                         WC        TM     9-73, Travis Kamp 4-25, Eberlin 14-40                                                      half) their offensive line was blasting us, so we did a better
   Detroit (Verlander 19-5) at Minnesota      First downs                  6        18      PASSING: Brown County — Woodward           (Devon Wright pass from Fox)
 (Pavano 6-10), 3:10 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                     job of staying down (in the second half). I thought we just
                                              Rushes-yards             36-57 41-270       2-7-0 56; Calhoun — Malley 3-11-1 41                      Third Quarter
   Oakland (Godfrey 1-1) at Boston                                                                                                       Nok — Fox 7 run (Lucas Kimbro kick)
                                                                                                                                                                                     played more physical.”
                                              Passing yards               55       186      RECEIVING: Brown County — Shep-
 (Bedard 4-9), 4:05 p.m., 2nd game                                                                                                       Nok — Dalton Taylor 1 run (Curtis Kirk          “We didn’t make big plays,” Sheppard said. “We had
                                              Total yards                112       456    pard 1-42, Justin Volk 1-24; Calhoun —
   Kansas City (Duffy 3-8) at Cleveland       Comp-att-int            5-13-0     8-9-0    Eilerman 1-9, Andy Nelson 2-32               kick)                                         some opportunities, and we made some big plays, but
 (Carmona 6-12), 6:05 p.m.                    Fumbles-lost               3-1       3-2      Records: Brown County 1-0, Calhoun                     Fourth Quarter                    we didn’t have the big plays we had in the first half. We
   N.Y. Yankees (F.Garcia 10-7) at Balti-     Penalties-yards           6-35      6-50    0-1                                            Nok — Fox 19 run (kick failed)              had our chances to put the game out of reach, and we just
 more (Matusz 1-6), 6:05 p.m., 2nd game               INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS                         GREENFIELD-                          Por — Stephenson 45 pass from               didn’t do that. That is something we need to work on, and
   L.A. Angels (E.Santana 9-9) at Texas         RUSHING: Triopia — Jansen Joehl 4-1,                                                   Wenda (pass failed)                           we’ll try to do better on that in the future.”
 (C.Wilson 13-5), 7:05 p.m.
                                                                                                  NORTHWESTERN 50,
                                              Tanner Huddleston 4-20, Derrek Schone                                                      Note: Some statistics were unavailable          “I think that was us getting maybe a little lackadaisi-
   Chicago White Sox (Danks 5-9) at                                                                    ISD 6                           to the Journal-Courier.
                                              12-118, Jared Sanders 5-43, Cody Curry                                                                                                 cal,” Logsdon said. “We need to come out in the second
 Seattle (Pineda 9-7), 9:10 p.m.                                                          Greenfield         20 14 14 2 — 50
                                              10-21, Jonah Wayland 1-4, Kaleb Miller                                                                                                 half with killer instincts, and it needs to be full-throttle un-
                 Box Scores                   5-63; West Central — Luke Nash 13-29,
                                                                                          ISD                6 0 0 0— 6
                                                                                                    SCORING SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                                        GOLF                         til coaches tell you not to. We definitely need to work on
       BREWERS 5, CUBS 2                      Jordan Boehs 7-(-20), Austin Boehs 2-16,
 Chicago                Milwaukee             Daric Reardon 13-33, Adam Weder 1-(-1)
                                                                                                         First Quarter                                 Boys                          that because that is not going to cut it.”
                                                                                            Gre — Dakota Settles 8 run (run failed),                                                     After the Warriors scored in the fourth, the Hornets’ of-
              ab r h bi           ab r h bi     PASSING: Triopia — Huddleston 8-9-0                                                      At Rolling Greens (par 36, back 9)
                                                                                          10:19                                                                                      fense woke back up. It took Brown County just two plays
 SCastro ss 4 1 1 1 C.Hart rf      4 220      186; West Central — J. Boehs 5-13-0 55                                                               Team Results
                                                                                            Gre — Dakota Settles 6 run (Brenden
 Barney 2b 4 1 0 0 Morgan cf 4 1 0 0            RECEIVING: Triopia — Joehl 4-88,                                                        1, Brown County 154; 2, Unity 192; 3,        to score, and when it did, it was the Hornets’ second 50-
                                                                                          Stults pass from Isaac Masters), 6:17
 ArRmr 3b      4 0 1 0 Braun lf    2 121      John Love 2-38, Josh Millard 1-43, Curry
                                                                                            Gre — Ben Stults 39 pass from Masters      Routt 195; 4, Virginia 223; 5, Western        plus yard TD of the night. Just 34 seconds after Calhoun
 JeBakr 1b     2 0 1 1 Fielder 1b 3 0 1 1     1-17; West Central — Corey Barnett 1-17,
                                                                                          (pass failed), 2:05                          224                                           scored, Logsdon became the third Hornet running back
 C.Pena ph-1b 1 0 0 0 McGeh 3b 3 0 0 0        Nash 4-38                                                                                 Medalist: Alex Templin (Brown County)        to reach the end zone when he broke free and scored on a
                                                                                            ISD — Esper 41 pass from Bernal (pass
 Soto c        3 0 0 0 YBtncr ss 4 0 0 0        Records: Triopia 1-0, West Central 0-1                                                                                               51-yard touchdown run.
                                                                                          failed), 1:45                                36
 Byrd cf       4 0 1 0 HrstnJr 2b 4 0 2 0            MENDON UNITY 40,                                   Second Quarter
                                                                                                                                                       Local                             Calhoun fumbled the ball away on the first play of its
 ASorin lf     4 0 0 0 Kottars c   2 111             NORTH GREENE 0
 RJhnsn rf     3 0 1 0 Lucroy c    1 000
                                                                                            Gre — Cameron Damm 5 run (Kaleb                                                          next drive. It took the Hornets three plays and 20 seconds
                                              Mendon            20 7 6 7 — 40                                                             Thursday Night League Results
 RLopez p      2 0 0 0 Wolf p      2 000
                                                                                          Boston run) 6:27                                                                           to score again. This time it was quarterback Tim Wood-
                                              North Greene       0 0 0 0— 0                 Gre — Damm 3 run (run failed), 1:16          1 (tie), Julie Stremlau and Susie Pennell
 Colvin ph     1 0 0 0 Saito p     0 000                                                                                                                                             ward scoring on a 1-yard quarterback keeper. Calhoun
                                                        SCORING SUMMARY                                  Third Quarter                 46; 1 (tie), Gary Pruitt and Tracy Amdal
 Smrdzj p      0 0 0 0 FrRdrg p    0 000                     First Quarter
                                                                                                                                                                                     scored one more time on a 19-yard run by Tyler Johnson,
                                                                                            Gre — Mason McEvers 17 run (Bren-          46; 3, Ron Vannoy and Celeste Lindsey
 R.Ortiz p     0 0 0 0 Kotsay ph 1 0 0 0        MU — Vandermaiden 50 run (kick                                                         48; 4, Earl Turner and Russann Turner 56
                                                                                                                                                                                     but that was as close as the Warriors would get.
                                                                                          den Stults pass from Masters) 7:11
 DeWitt ph     1 0 0 0 Axford p    0 000      good) 11:40                                   Gre — M. McEvers 18 run (pass failed)        Hole prizes — Jan Nerganah and Gary
                                                                                                                                                                                         “For some reason during that short little period of the
 Totals       33 2 5 2 Totals     30 5 8 3      MU — Whitler 3 run (kick failed) 4:39                                                                                                game, our offense starting going a little bit,” Peyton said.
                                                                                          2:58                                         Pruitt
    Chicago       101 000 000 — 2               MU — Benzinger 6 pass from Sher-                                                                                                     “We started going outside, and that kind of started to
                                                                                                        Fourth Quarter
    Milwaukee 000 130 10x — 5
   E—Barney 2 (12), Wolf (3). LOB—Chi-
                                              wood (kick good) 0:43                         Gre — Safety, 8:13                                 TRANSACTIONS                          spread them out, and that opens up the middle.”
                                                           Second Quarter                             TEAM STATISTICS                                                                    Hornets’ running backs combined for 347 rushing
 cago 7, Milwaukee 9. 2B—Ar.Ramirez             MU — Miller 6 run (kick good) 1:21                                                                Associated Press
 (32), Je.Baker (11), Braun 2 (33). HR—
                                                                                                                     Gre       ISD
                                                                                                                                                      BASEBALL                       yards and five rushing TDs. With the ground game work-
                                                             Third Quarter                First downs                 18          2
 S.Castro (8), Kottaras (3). SB—Barney                                                                                                            American League                    ing, Woodward did not need to pass much. He finished
                                                MU — Whitler 18 run (kick failed) 5:19    Rushes-yards            45-386     21-33
 (8), C.Hart (6), Morgan (9), Braun (30).                   Fourth Quarter                                                               BALTIMORE ORIOLES—Assigned OF               the day 2-of-7 for 66 yards. “We think we have three really
                                                                                          Passing yards               68       101
 CS—Kottaras (1). S—Morgan, Wolf.               MU — Miller 30 run (kick good) 9:49                                                    Felix Pie outright to Norfolk (IL).           good runners,” Little said. “We didn’t get to really throw it
                                                                                          Total yards                454       134
                      IP H R ER BB SO                     TEAM STATISTICS                 Comp-att-int            4-11-1 11-21-1
                                                                                                                                         BOSTON RED SOX—Recalled RHP                 as much as we would have liked, but the fact that we want
  Chicago                                                               MEN        NG     Fumbles-lost               0-2        2-2    Scott Atchison from Pawtucket (IL).           to use those kids and get them used to being in those new
 R.Lopez L,4-5         6 5 4 2 4 5            First downs                 18         1                                                 Optioned C Ryan Lavarnway to Paw-             spots and teach them while getting the linemen ready to
                                                                                          Penalties-yards           7-45      3-25
 Samardzija            1 1 1 1 2 2            Rushes-yards            43-445 29-(-9)                                                   tucket. Assigned C Blake Swihart and SS       go — I thought they did a really good job overall tonight.”
                                                                                                  INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
 R.Ortiz               1 2 0 0 0 0            Passing yards               10        23                                                 Mookie Betts to the GCL Red Sox.
                                                                                            RUSHING: Greenfi eld — Damm 9-88,                                                             Malley, the Warriors’ new QB, did not have the season
  Milwaukee                                   Total yards                455        14                                                   CLEVELAND INDIANS—Placed OF
 Wolf W,11-8        6 2-3 4 2 1 2 3
                                                                                          Settles 7-60, Boston 10-108, M. McEvers                                                    opener Calhoun had hoped for as he fumbled the ball five
                                              Comp-att-int             2-4-0     3-9-0    9-90, Masters 1-0, Alex Pembrook 3-17,       Michael Brantley, retroactive to Aug. 23,     times, losing four of them. He also threw an interception.
 Saito H,10          1-3 0 0 0 0 1            Fumbles-lost               3-3       2-0    Sam Krotz 4-19, Alex Young 2-4; ISD —        and RHP Josh Tomlin, retroactive to Aug.          Malley and Tyler Johnson each rushed for one TD and
 Fr.Rodriguez H,10 1 0 0 0 0 1                Penalties-yards          12-80      4-20    Bizarro 9-7, Albert 1-(-1), Bernal 8-24,     25, on the 15-day DL. Recalled LHP Nick
 Axford S,38-40        1 1 0 0 1 1                    INDIVIDUAL STATISTICS
                                                                                                                                                                                     54 yards to lead the Warriors.
                                                                                          Esper 3-1                                    Hagadone from Columbus (IL). Assigned
   WP—Samardzija, Axford.                       RUSHING: Mendon — Vandermaiden                                                                                                           After starting the game 0-of-4 in the first half, Malley
                                                                                            PASSING: Greenfield — Masters 4-11-         SS Francisco Lindor to Mahoning Valley
     CARDINALS 5, PIRATES 4                   6-171, Miller 17-173, Whitler 9-32, Sher-   1 68; ISD — Bernal 11-21-1 101
                                                                                                                                                                                     completed 3-of-6 passes in the second half and finished the
 Pittsburgh             St. Louis             wood 7-57, Benzinger 1-14, Loos 2-3,          RECEIVING: Greenfield — M. McEvers            DE TROIT TIGERS —Activated 1B
                                                                                                                                                                                     game with 42 yards passing.
              ab r h bi           ab r h bi   Klitz 1-(-5); North Greene — Harris 3-5,    1-13, Ben Stults 1-39, Pembrook 2-16;        Miguel Cabrera from the paternity leave
                                                                                                                                                                                         “You can’t beat a really good team like them with five
 Tabata rf    4 1 1 1 Schmkr 2b-rf 3 0 0 0    Davis 4-1, Holloman 4-3, Ziegler 4-6,       ISD — Lorenzo 2-13, Wright 5-39, Albert                                                    turnovers,” Peyton said. “We’ve got to cut that out. We kind
 Presley lf   5 1 1 0 Craig cf     4 000                                                                                               list. Recalled 3B Danny Worth from
                                              Knox 12-(-28), Kisselbach 1-1, Harbaugh     1-1, Esper 3-48                                                                            of thought we could do some stuff and probably shouldn’t
 AMcCt cf     4 1 3 1 McCllln p 0 0 0 0                                                                                                Toledo (IL).
                                              1-1                                           Records: Greenfield 1-0, ISD 0-1                                                          have. We probably should have been a little bit more con-
 Doumit c     4 0 1 1 Pujols 1b 3 0 0 0         PASSING: Mendon — Benzinger 2-4-0                                                        MINNESOTA TWINS—Activated OF
 Walker 2b    3 0 0 0 Hollidy lf   2 200
                                                                                                 NORTH FULTON 34,                      Jason Repko from the 15-day DL.               servative on a couple of those turnovers, but we have just
                                              10; North Greene — Knox 3-9-0 23
 GJones 1b    2 0 0 0 Brkmn rf     4 112        RECEIVING: Mendon — Sherwood 1-
                                                                                               RUSHVILLE-INDUSTRY 14                     NEW YORK YANKEES—Assigned RHP               got to take care of the ball. If we are going to be a good
                                                                                          North Fulton   6 8 8 12 — 34                 Jeff Marquez outright to Scranton/Wil-        team, we are going to have to take care of the ball.”
 JHrrsn 3b    2 0 0 1 Descals 3b 0 0 0 0      6, Vandermaiden 1-4; North Greene
                                                                                          Rushville      7 0 7 0 — 14                                                                    The Hornets will host North Greene next week while
 BrWod 3b     0 0 0 0 Freese 3b 4 1 1 0       — Tucker 3-23                                                                            kes-Barre (IL).
                                                                                                   SCORING SUMMARY
                                                                                                                                                                                     the Warriors will travel to Mendon Unity.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cubs lose, 5-2
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                        BY COLIN FLY
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                         ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 MILWAUKEE — Ryan Braun
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              thought he’d homered to give the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Brewers a lead. Instead, he
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              rounded the bases like a kid in a
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              wild scramble.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Braun ended up scoring on his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              double that plated three runs
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              after Dar win Barney made his
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              second error of the inning, rally-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ing the Brewers to a 5-2 victory
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              over the Chicago Cubs on Friday
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              night for their 25th win in the last
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              30 games.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “I don’t know if it was a home
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              run or not. I think it ended up
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              being a Little League home run,

                                                                                                                                                                                      JOURNAL-COURIER PHOTOS/ROBERT LEISTRA
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              but either way, same result for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              us,” Braun said. “We scored three
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              runs, so it worked out well.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Everything has so far for the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Brewers, who lead St. Louis by 9
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              1-2 games in the NL Central.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 George Kottaras hit a solo
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              homer for Milwaukee, and Bar-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ney’s two mistakes in the fifth
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              cost Chicago, which leads the
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              majors with 110 errors.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 He failed to touch first base on
JHS’ Chazz Middlebrook fights for extra yards after colliding with Jerseyville defenders Friday in Jacksonville.                                                                                                               a sacrifice bunt by Nyjer Morgan
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              that moved Corey Hart to second,
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              then his throw over the head of

    CRIMSONS: Mills, Middlebrook shine in win over Jerseyville
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              third baseman Aramis Ramirez
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              allowed Morgan and Braun to
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              score on Braun’s RBI double that
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              gave Milwaukee a 4-2 lead.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “The first one was tough. I
   Continued from Page 11                                                                                                                     do up front, with the matchups
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              looked at the replay. I thought I
one) on that drive. I thought our                                                                                                             we had, because Jacksonville is
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              was on there. I made a mistake of
line came of age, came off the ball                                                                                                           just physically bigger than us
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              going back for it. Whether you’re
and really started moving it.”                                                                                                                there, and it showed.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              on there or not, when the play is
    For a stretch in the second                                                                                                                  The Panthers got admira-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              moving quick, sometimes the
half, the Crimsons ran the ball                                                                                                               ble play from Kimble, a second-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              umpire takes information from all
out of an I-formation, with Court-                                                                                                            year starter who still managed
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              different places. He’s not in the
ney at tailback. Courtney carried                                                                                                             to complete 18-of-25 passes, for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              wrong at all. That’s just baseball,”
seven times for 21 yards.                                                                                                                     138 yards, in spite of heavy pres-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Barney said. “The second was a
    Mills did throw one intercep-                                                                                                             sure from relentless blitzing by
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              lack of judgment. I saw Nyjer
tion, right into the arms of Jer-                                                                                                             the Jacksonville defense. Receiv-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              kind of doing his thing over there,
seyville senior linebacker Nik                                                                                                                ers Justin Carrico (7 catches for
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and I thought I could make some-
Casper, ending a 43-yard drive                                                                                                                47 yards) and Sam Medford (4-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              thing happen, and unfortunately I
in the second quarter. Missed                                                                                                                 66) were Kimble’s best targets
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              didn’t and put us in a little hole.”
opportunities dogged the Crim-                                                                                                                Friday.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Brewers starter Randy Wolf
sons in the first half, when penal-                                                                                                               “Mitch is a good player,” said
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              (11-8) allowed a leadoff homer to
ties negated first a 51-yard touch-                                                                                                            Jacobs, “but we’ve got to protect
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Starlin Castro before winning his
down pass from Mills to Keene,                                                                                                                him better and we’ve got to be
                                        Jacksonville’s Trez Courtney is tackled after a reception                                                                                                                             fifth straight.
and then an 18-yard scoring strike                                                                                                            able to run the ball better.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Wolf left with a man on second
from Mills to Hance. Sophomore          Friday against Jerseyville in Jacksonville. The Crimsons                                                 The Panthers defense bent of-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              and two outs in the seventh for
receiver/tailback Trez Courtney,        won 21-0.                                                                                             ten but rarely broke. Jerseyville
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Takashi Saito, who struck out
who had five grabs for 37 yards,                                                                                                               blitzed Mills all night, sacking
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Castro to end the threat. In the
also dropped a touchdown pass              The Crimson defense — led           The Panthers drove as far                                      him three times and forcing him
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              bottom of the inning, Prince
in the end zone.                        by senior linebacker Patrick        as the Jacksonville 32-yard line                                  to scramble and throw out of
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Fielder singled in his 101st run
    “We had (three) touchdowns          Heise, junior linebacker Harley     twice Friday, but never got clos-                                 bounds three times.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              this season to make it 5-2.
in the first half that we left off the   VanBebber, nose guard Christian     er to scoring than that. Five of                                  The Crimsons played Friday’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 Francisco Rodriguez pitched a
board,” said Grounds. “We had           Ingram and junior defensive end     Jacksonville’s sacks came in the                                  season opener without junior re-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              quiet eighth and John Axford
two that got called back, and then      Diontue Armstrong — sacked          second half against an exhaust-                                   ceiver Reggie Bratton and se-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              converted his 38th save in the
we dropped a touchdown pass.            Jersey quarterback Mitch Kim-       ed Panthers offensive line.                                       nior defensive lineman Joseph
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ninth by getting Blake DeWitt to
But the kids kept battling and our      ble seven times and held the Pan-      “Offensively, we couldn’t get                                  Jensen, both of whom were sus-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              ground out sharply to Fielder at
defense gave us great field posi-        thers to 129 total yards and mi-    any rhythm at all,” said Jacobs.                                  pended for athletic code infrac-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              first on a seven-pitch at-bat with
tion in the second half.”               nus-9 rushing.                      “I was worried about how we’d                                     tions.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              runners at second and third.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 “It didn’t work out, but what
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              an at-bat by Blake against that
“We had two (TDs) that got called back, and then we dropped a touchdown pass. But the                                                                                                                                         right-hander to end the game,”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                              Cubs manager Mike Quade said.
  kids kept battling and our defense gave us great field position in the second half.”                                                                                                                                         “My goodness.”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                 The Brewers improved to a
                                                  — Jacksonville head coach Mark Grounds                                                                                                                                      majors-best 48-16 at home.

    TROJANS: Pass for 186 yards, 1 touchdown Spartans fall flat
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ing for the big pass play, and the                                                                                                                     BY ROB EVANS                                                           long. Head coach Tony Rhoades
team executed it to perfection.                                                                                                                          JOURNAL-COURIER                                                      said that his players’ lack of expe-
    “I was telling coach all game                                                                                                                WHITE HALL — Mendon                                                          rience may have been a factor in
that this play was there,” Joehl                                                                                                              Unity scored on its first play from                                              their problems stopping a quality,
said. “Tanner threw a great ball                                                                                                              scrimmage and never looked                                                      varsity level running game. “We
to me and the line gave him great                                                                                                             back as the Mustangs ran all over                                               had a lot of kids playing for the
protection and we got it.”                                                                                                                    the North Greene Spartans, beat-                                                first time ever tonight,” said
    Thompson gave all the cred-                                                                                                               ing them 40-0 in their season                                                   Rhoades. “Some of them hadn’t
it to his players for going from a                                                                                                            opener Friday night.                                                            played youth league or anything.
third-and-47 to a touchdown in                                                                                                                   The Mustangs amassed 445                                                     And the game speed is something
just three plays. “Caleb Miller got                                                                                                           yards rushing on just 43                                                        you can’t translate when you’re
loose and got us down in a man-                                                                                                               attempts, 344 of those yards com-                                               playing in practice or even your
ageable spot,” Thompson said.                                                                                                                 ing from just two players. Kyle                                                 scrimmage game. And I knew
“Joehl just told me he thought it                                                                                                             Vandermaiden and Jacob Miller                                                   right from the get-go the game
was there if he delays it and slips                                                                                                           rushed for 171 and 173 yards,                                                   speed could hurt us, and it did.”
on out, and Huddleston threw a                                                                                                                respectively. Vandermaiden made                                                    Mendon Unity struck again at
beautiful ball and Joehl made a                                                                                                               the most of his rushing attempts,                                               4:39 in the first quarter on a 3-
beautiful catch.”                                                                                                                             as all of his yards came on only                                                yard quarterback keeper by Wit-
    Maybe overshadowed a bit by                                                                                                               six carries for a 28.5 yards-per-                                               tler that was set up by a 37-yard
the crisp offense play, the defense                                                                                                           rush average.                                                                   jaunt from Vandermaiden.
played extremely well for the Tro-                                                                                                               Head football coach Karl                                                        The Mustangs went on to
jans. They allowed only 112 to-                                                                                                               Asbury attributed the Mustangs’                                                 score two more touchdowns
tal yards and put pressure on QB                                                                                                              success in their running game to                                                before the end of the half, increas-
Jordan Boehs and the West Cen-                                                                                                                the fact that it’s the team’s third                                             ing their lead to 27-0 at the break.
tral backs all game long.                                                                                                                     season in his system. His players                                                  In the beginning of the second
    “We weren’t sure what they                                                                                                                are starting to settle in.                                                      half, it looked as if North Greene
were going to run so we had to                                                                                                                   “Running the system for three                                                might be able to turn things
prepare for everything,” Thomp-                                                                                                               years now helps out; that we’ve                                                 around.
son said. “I thought our kids                                                                                                                 got that down ... these guys have                                                  The Spartans forced a fumble
played like veterans — being                                                                                                                  been doing it for a while and it’s                                              on Mendon’s first drive of the
able to adjust on the fly. I thought                                                                                                           just second-hand nature to them,”                                               half. The ball was covered up by
our speed to the ball was good as                                                                                                             he said.                                                                        Jake VanMeter, and with the
well.”                                                                                                                                           North Greene got a taste of                                                  swing in momentum it appeared
    Joehl, a major contributor to                                                                                                             that potent running attack on the                                               to be an opportunistic time for
                                                                                                                JOURNAL-COURIER/NICK TURNER

the defense, was even a little sur-                                                                                                           first play of the game.                                                          North Greene to start mounting
prised how well they played.                                                                                                                     Starting at midfield after the                                                a comeback.
    “The defense really played                                                                                                                Mustangs’ initial kick return,                                                     But the Spartans couldn’t get
well tonight,” Joehl said. “I don’t                                                                                                           quarterback Aaron Wittler took                                                  anything going of fensively
think we really expected to get                                                                                                               the snap and handed off to Van-                                                 against a stingy Mustang defense
a shutout tonight. The defense                                                                                                                dermaiden. Vandermaiden broke                                                   that held them to just one first
played fast and flew to the ball so                                                                                                            free from several Spartan tacklers                                              down and 14 total yards in the
that was a nice thing to see.”                                                                                                                on his way to a 50-yard touch-                                                  entire game.
Next week, Triopia travels to Pal-                                                                                                            down run.                                                                          Aaron Wittler and Jacob Miller
myra to take on Greenfield while         Triopia’s Jansen Joehl catches a pass in mid-air Friday dur-                                             Broken tackles seemed to be a                                                added one more score apiece in
West Central will host ISD.             ing the season opener against West Central at Triopia.                                                theme for North Greene all night                                                the second half.
 14    Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011

      LAST WEEK                                                                                                                                                                  STARTING ORDER
                                                                                                                                                                                           Sprint Cup
                                                                                                                                                                                   IRWIN TOOLS NIGHT RACE
                                                                                                                                                                                             Associated Press
won his 23rd race on NAS-
                                                                                                                                                                                  After Friday qualifying; race Saturday at
CAR’s Sprint Cup circuit,
                                                                                                                                                                                Bristol Motor Speedway; Bristol, Tenn.;
pulling even with broth-                                                                                                                                                        Lap length .533 miles; (Car number in pa-
er Kurt in career victories.                                                                                                                                                    rentheses)
Now, Kyle would like to                                                                                                                                                           1. (39) Ryan Newman, Chevrolet,
match another of Kurt’s ac-                                                                                                                                                     122.811 mph.
complishments — winning                                                                                                                                                           2. (99) Carl Edwards, Ford, 122.67.
a series title. “He’s always                                                                                                                                                      3. (17) Matt Kenseth, Ford, 122.662.
still got that carrot over                                                                                                                                                        4. (24) Jeff Gordon, Chevrolet, 122.576.
me,” Kyle Busch said. “Cer-                                                                                                                                                       5. (5) Mark Martin, Chevrolet, 122.544.
tainly, being the younger                                                                                                                                                         6. (1) Jamie McMurray, Chevrolet,
brother, I’ve had a little bit                                                                                                                                                  122.537.
shorter time being here,                                                                                                                                                          7. (27) Paul Menard, Chevrolet,
but still, it’s great to see                                                                                                                                                    122.404.
both of us be as competi-                                                                                                                                                         8. (2) Brad Keselowski, Dodge,
tive as we’ve been and as                                                                                                                                                       122.349.
successful as we’ve been.”                                                                                                                                                        9. (20) Joey Logano, Toyota, 122.31.
Kyle Busch outlasted Jim-                                                                                                                                                         10. (22) Kurt Busch, Dodge, 122.224.
mie Johnson on Sunday in                                                                                                                                                          11. (9) Marcos Ambrose, Ford, 122.1.
a green-white-checkered                                                                                                                                                           12. (78) Regan Smith, Chevrolet,
finish at Michigan Interna-                                                                                                                                                      122.053.
tional Speedway, winning                                                                                                                                                          13. (48) Jimmie Johnson, Chevrolet,
his fourth Cup race of the                                                                                                                                                      122.022.
year. Busch leads the series                                                                                                                                                      14. (16) Greg Biffle, Ford, 122.022.
standings by 10 points over                                                                                                                                                       15. (29) Kevin Harvick, Chevrolet,
Johnson and is assured of                                                                                                                                                       122.007.

a spot in the Chase for the                                                                                                                                                       16. (33) Clint Bow yer, Chevrolet,
Sprint Cup. There are three                         Jeff Gordon watches from his pit area during practice for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series                                      122.007.
races remaining before the                          Irwin Tools Night Race auto race on Friday in Bristol, Tenn.                                                                  17. (34) David Gilliland, Ford, 121.937.
10-race Chase begins.                                                                                                                                                             18. (43) A J Allmendinger, Ford,
                                                                                                                                                                                  19. (42) Juan Pablo Montoya, Chevro-
                                                                                                                                                                                let, 121.79.
                                                                                                                                                                                  20. (11) Denny Hamlin, Toyota, 121.751.

                                                         HIGH & LOW
                                                                                                                                                                                  21. (31) Jef f Bur ton, Chevrolet,
 POINTS LEADERS                                                                                                                                                                   22. (88) Dale Earnhardt Jr., Chevrolet,
          SPRINT CUP                                                                                                                                                              23. (18) Kyle Busch, Toyota, 121.558.
                                                                                                                                                                                  24. (6) David Ragan, Ford, 121.543.
1. Kyle Busch            799 Leader
2. Jimmie Johnson        789     -10                                                                                                                                              25. (4) Kasey Kahne, Toyota, 121.497.
3. Kevin Harvick         760     -39                                                                                                                                              26. (83) Brian Vickers, Toyota, 121.29.
4. Carl Edwards          760     -39                                                                                                                                              27. (56) Martin Truex Jr., Toyota,
5. Matt Kenseth          759     -40                                                                                                                                            121.274.
6. Jeff Gordon
7. Ryan Newman
8. Kurt Busch
                                                    Newman gets pole,                                                                                                             28. (87) Joe Nemechek, Toyota,
9. Dale Earnhardt Jr.
10. Tony Stewart
11. Clint Bowyer
                                                    Stewart slowest in                                                                                                            29. (13) Casey Mears, Toyota, 121.144.
                                                                                                                                                                                  30. (47) Bobby Labonte, Toyota,
12. Brad Keselowski      642   -157
                                                    qualifying at Bristol                                                                                                         31. (30) David Stremme, Chevrolet,
                                                                                                                                                                                  32. (66) Michael McDowell, Toyota,
      NATIONWIDE SERIES                                        BY JENNA FRYER
                                                                   ASSOCIATED PRESS
                                                                                                                                                                                  33. (38) Travis Kvapil, Ford, 120.725.
1. Ricky Stenhouse Jr.   834 Leader
2. Elliott Sadler        826       -8
                                                       BRISTOL, Tenn. — Stewart-                                                                                                  34. (00) David Reutimann, Toyota,
3. Reed Sorenson         825       -9               Haas Racing had an interesting                                                                                              120.672.
4. Justin Allgaier       772     -62                Friday at Bristol Motor Speed-                                                                                                35. (36) Dave Blaney, Chevrolet,
5. Aric Almirola         770     -64                way, where teammates Ryan                                                                                                   120.452.
6. Jason Leffler         739     -95
7. Kenny Wallace         714   -120
                                                    Newman and Tony Stewart were                                                                                                  36. (46) Scott Speed, Ford, 120.308.
8. Steve Wallace         676   -158                 on opposite ends of the speed                                                                                                 37. (95) David Starr, Ford, 120.15.
9. Brian Scott           658   -176                 chart.                                                                                                                        38. (71) Andy Lally, Ford, 119.835.

10. Michael Annett       649   -185                    Newman won the pole for Sat-                                                                                               39. (7) Robby Gordon, Dodge, 119.835.
                                                    urday night’s Sprint Cup Series      Ryan Newman watches the leaderboard during qualifying                                    40. (51) Mike Bliss, Chevrolet, 119.559.
                                                    race but Stewart, who is cling-      for the NASCAR Sprint Cup Series Irwin Tools Night Race                                  41. (32) Terry Labonte, Ford, owner
                                                    ing to a spot in the Chase for the   auto race Friday in Bristol, Tenn.                                                     points.
 CAMPING WORLD TRUCK                                Sprint Cup championship, posted                                                                                               42. (14) Tony Stewart, Chevrolet, own-
1. Johnny Sauter         561 Leader                 the slowest speed in the qualify-    win this season.                       me. He did a good job,” said Ed-                er points.
2. James Buescher        554      -7                ing session.                                                                                                                  43. (60) Mike Skinner, Toyota, 119.262.
                                                                                             “If we knew what the problem       wards, who was fastest in Fri-
3. Timothy Peters        546    -15                                                                                                                                                          Failed to Qualify
4. Austin Dillon         532    -29                    “It wasn’t a good day for         was, we would fix it,” said Stew-       day’s two practice sessions.
                                                                                                                                                                                  44. (50) T.J. Bell, Chevrolet, 119.158.
5. Cole Whitt            519    -42                 (Stewart), obviously you saw that    art, who will start 42nd in the 43-        “I thought we were going to
                                                                                                                                                                                  45. (55) J.J. Yeley, Ford, 119.062.
6. Joey Coulter          506    -55                 in qualifying,” Newman said. “I      car field Saturday night. “It could     get the pole. Off turn four I was
7. Matt Crafton          498    -63                                                                                                                                               46. (37) Jeff Green, Ford, 117.703.
                                                    think it’s just one of those deals   turn around in a week; it may not      headed for the fence there and I
8. Parker Kligerman      494    -67
9. Ron Hornaday          493    -68                 where you spend a little time        turn around the rest of the year.”     wasn’t sure, I was kind of doing
10. Todd Bodine          489    -72                 overnight regrouping.                    Newman, meanwhile, turned          the odds in my head, like if I hit
                                                       “We don’t ever want to see the    a lap at 122.811 mph to win his        this thing, if I hit the wall with
                                                    cars that far apart, whether it’s    second pole of the season and          this, would we have time to fix it                     NEXT WEEK
                                                    the set-up or the results because    48th of his career. He ranks 10th      and how bad would I tear it up.
                                                    of a set-up change. But I’m happy    on the all-time pole-winners list.     I gave up just a little bit off four                        SPRINT CUP
   ON THE TUBE                                      that we’ve given the (Stewart) an        His lap marked a frantic final      there and that was the smart                            AdvoCare 500
                                                    opportunity to look at our notes.    few minutes of qualifying. Jeff        thing to do.”                                      Atlanta Motor Speedway
                                                    We always share information.”        Gordon bumped Jamie McMur-                 Gordon wound up fourth and
          SPRINT CUP                                   Stewart certainly needs all the   ray for the pole, then Newman          was followed by Hendrick Motor-
                                                                                                                                                                                   Sunday, Sept. 4, 6:30 p.m.
                                                    help he can get right now.           bumped Gordon.                         sports teammate Mark Martin.
                                                       Although he’s 10th in the             Newman then had to stand               McMurray dropped to sixth.                       NATIONWIDE SERIES
                                                    Sprint Cup standings, the two-       and watch late efforts from Roush          Paul Menard, who is chasing                        Great Clips 300
                                                    time series champion is win-         Fenway Racing teammates Matt           a wild-card spot in the 12-driv-                   Atlanta Motor Speedway
                                                    less this season and could get       Kenseth and Carl Edwards.              er Chase field, qualified seventh                   Saturday, Sept. 3, 6:30 p.m.
          IRWIN TOOLS                               knocked out of a spot in the
                                                    Chase for the championship with
                                                                                             Kenseth put up a lap at 122.662
                                                                                         mph, then joined Newman on pit
                                                                                                                                and was followed by Brad Kesel-
                                                                                                                                owski, who currently holds one
           NIGHT RACE                               a bad finish in any of the next      road to watch Edwards post a lap       of the two wild cards.                           CAMPING WORLD TRUCK
                                                    three races.                         at 122.670 mph to qualify second,          Joey Logano was ninth and                            Atlanta 200
      Saturday, Aug. 27                                Newman, meanwhile, is             bumping Kenseth to third.              five-time Bristol winner Kur t                     Atlanta Motor Speedway
       ABC 6:30 p.m.                                ranked seventh in points with a          “That is all I had, so Ryan beat   Busch rounded out the top 10.                       Friday, Sept. 2, 7 p.m.

 Busch always finds himself involved in drama
          BY JENNA FRYER                           for Kevin Har vick Inc. at the        qualifying effort Friday, has to be
              ASSOCIATED PRESS                     time, and Harvick wasn’t all that     considered a threat to win Satur-
    BRISTOL, Tenn. — Kyle
Busch expected to be the cen-
                                                   pleased with the implication that
                                                   he had anything to do with the in-
                                                                                         day night’s race.
                                                                                             But he once again found him-
                                                                                                                                   Busch gets 50th Nationwide victory
ter of attention at Bristol Motor                  cident. Asked Friday if he’d spo-     self in the center of the storm for            BRISTOL, Tenn. (AP) — Kyle Busch edged teammate Joey
Speedway, where he’s won four                      ken to Busch, Harvick went right      all the wrong reasons. Controver-         Logano at the Bristol Motor Speedway finish line Friday night to
of the last five Sprint Cup races.                  into attack mode.                     sy can work for some drivers —            become the all-time winningest driver in Nationwide Series.
    But it’s been a busy week even                     “First of all, I don’t have any   it’s been long believed that two-              The win was the 50th of Busch’s career in NASCAR’s second-
by Busch’s standards, beginning                    reason to talk to Kyle. I wasn’t      time series champion Tony Stew-           tier series and broke a tie the 26-year-old had with Mark Martin.
with him losing his driver’s li-                   even involved in any portion of       art is at his best when surround-              “There’s an awful lot of accomplishments, and it’s hard to pin-
cense Tuesday as punishment for                    the incident,” Harvick said. “You     ed by drama — but Busch isn’t so          point exactly where they fall,” Busch said. “Certainly this is a
his 128 mph speeding ticket back                   would hope that he went back          sure about the adversity.                 pretty big one. Just being able to race that hard, and race against
in May. Then came an on-track                      and watched the race. The first            “It can bring out the best and        a teammate like that, knowing he had just as good as stuff as I
incident in Wednesday night’s                      thing that happened was that he       it can bring out the worst, cer-          did.”
Truck Series race that has once                    shoved Sadler up the race track       tainly,” he said. “It’s about every            Martin visited Busch in Victory Lane at New Hampshire last
again put him at odds with Kev-                    and then he got mad because El-       day I’ve got something. I’m get-          month when Busch tied his record, and the two posed for pic-
in Harvick.                                        liott ran into the back of him, and   ting pretty used to it.”                  tures. But at Bristol, it was all about Busch and his team.
    Busch tangled on track in the                  then he drove over the front of           The question becomes,                      “It was great to have Mark with us in Victory Lane at Loudon
Trucks race with Elliott Sadler,                   him and wrecked himself.              though, can Busch continue to             ... tonight was our night, being able to beat him and get atop the
who drives for Harvick in the Na-                      “Old Kyle, I guess, showed        keep up his pace while constant-          all-time wins list in Nationwide was special for us as a team and
tionwide Series. After contact be-                 up this week ... (and) was kinda      ly facing a different drama.              me as a driver,” Busch said.
tween the two sent Busch into the                  pouting because he was getting            Four-time series champi-
wall, Busch intentionally wrecked                  his butt whipped, I guess.”           on Jeff Gordon said he person-
Sadler a few minutes later as re-                      Har vick paused briefly then      ally couldn’t produce, but said it     Sprint Cup championship is a                    He was a title contender
taliation.                                         added a threat of sorts.              doesn’t seem to bother Busch or        dif ferent animal, though, and              again last year, then a wreck
    Busch later indicated the inci-                    “He keeps running his mouth,      his older brother, Kurt.               Busch has yet make it through               with David Reutimann at Kan-
dent stemmed from his long-run-                    he might get it whipped again off         “I couldn’t but the Busch          unscathed. He was competitive               sas ended his bid.
ning problems with Harvick.                        the track.”                           brothers seem to do it ver y           at the start of the 2007 Chase                  Busch is already consider-
    “He ran into me three times                        And so it goes with Busch,        well,” Gordon said. “ I think          but was wrecked at Kansas and               ing the mental aspects of the
prior in the race and then spun                    the Sprint Cup Series points lead-    it’s pretty well documented and        Talladega to end his shot. He               upcoming stretch. There’s just
me out down the backstretch —                      er and growing favorite to de-        clear that they get very excited       opened the next year as the                 three races remaining until
he hooked me so I wrecked him,”                    throne Jimmie Johnson’s run of        and share their emotions over          points leader and championship              the Chase begins, and Busch
Busch said. “The guy is paid by                    five consecutive championships.        the radio quite often and they’re      favorite, but poor finishes in the           doesn’t want much to change in
KHI, so what do you think?”                        He leads the series with four vic-    still able to go to Victory Lane.”     first two events immediatly took             how his Joe Gibbs Racing team
    But Sadler wasn’t running                      tories, and despite his 23rd-place        The 10-race Chase for the          him out of contention.                      is operating.
                                                                                                                                           Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011 15

                                                                                                                                                                                           Friday’s Scores
                                                                                                                                                                                                   Associated Press
                                                                                                                                                                                                   PREP FOOTBALL
                                                                                                                                                                                Abingdon 21, Farmington 13
                                                                                                                                                                                Addison Trail 42, West Chicago 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Aledo (Mercer County) 47, Wethersfield/Annawan 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Althoff Catholic 6, Collinsville 5
                                                                                                                                                                                Alton Marquette 35, Carlinville 14
                                                                                                                                                                                Anna-Jonesboro 34, West Frankfort (Frankfort) Com-
                                                                                                                                                                              munity 13
                                                                                                                                                                                Antioch 14, Lake Forest Academy 12
                                                                                                                                                                                Aquin 43, River Ridge 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Athens 54, Mount Olive 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Auburn 22, Virden (North-Mac) 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Aurora Central Catholic 35, Rockford Lutheran 20
                                                                                                                                                                                Aurora Christian 38, Stillman Valley 20
                                                                                                                                                                                Aurora West 48, East Aurora 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Austin 14, Lincoln Park 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Batavia 36, Marmion 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Beardstown 29, Lewistown 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Belvidere 43, Rockford Jefferson 27
                                                                                                                                                                                Belvidere North 28, Rockford Auburn 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Biggsville West Central 58, West Prairie 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Bishop McNamara 35, Kankakee 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Bismarck-Henning 20, Cerro Gordo 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Bloomington 26, Decatur MacArthur 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Bloomington Central Catholic 24, Metamora 20
                                                                                                                                                                                Breese Central 29, Mascoutah 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Breese Mater Dei 21, Effingham 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Brown County 32, Calhoun 20
                                                                                                                                                                                Buffalo Grove 31, Lake Forest 24
                                                                                                                                                                                Burlington Central 36, Hampshire 22
                                                                                                                                                                                Cambridge-AlWood 18, River Valley 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Carrollton def. Virginia A-C Central, forfeit
                                                                                                                                                                                Cary-Grove 28, St. Charles East 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Casey-Westfield 34, Red Hill 0

                                                                                                                                                JOURNAL-COURIER/NICK TURNER
                                                                                                                                                                                Centralia 46, Salem 13
                                                                                                                                                                                Charleston 68, Rantoul 44
                                                                                                                                                                                Chicago Academy 31, Mather 28
                                                                                                                                                                                Chicago CICS-Longwood 48, Hope Academy 12
                                                                                                                                                                                Chicago Mt. Carmel 23, Simeon 14
                                                                                                                                                                                Clark 33, Taft 20
                                                                                                                                                                                Columbia 27, Olney East Richland 13
                                                                                                                                                                                Conant 19, Lake Park 14
                                                                                                                                                                                Crete-Monee 32, Thornton Fractional South 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Crystal Lake Central 28, Huntley 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Cuba North Fulton 34, Rushville-Industry 14
Greenfield’s Mason McEvers runs the ball into the end zone for a touchdown Friday during the season opener
                                                                                                                                                                                Cumberland 36, Flora 12
against ISD in Jacksonville.                                                                                                                                                    Dakota 41, South Beloit 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Danville 43, Urbana 27
                                                                                                                                                                                Danville Schlarman 30, Martinsville 12
                                        P R EP FOOT BALL ROUNDUP                                                                                                                De La Salle 35, Lane Tech 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Deer Creek-Mackinaw 24, El Paso-Gridley 12
                                                                                                                                                                                DeKalb 31, Ottawa 23
                                                                                                                                                                                Dixon 26, East Moline United 0

  Beardstown wins, 29-7
                                                                                                                                                                                Downers South 28, South Elgin 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Downs Tri-Valley 41, Blue Ridge 22
                                                                                                                                                                                Dunlap 18, Illinois Valley Central 13
                                                                                                                                                                                East Dubuque 26, Ashton-Franklin Center 25
                                                                                                                                                                                Elgin 34, Dundee-Crown 19
                                                                                                                                                                                Elk Grove 39, Highland Park 12
                                                                                                                                                                                Elmwood-Brimfield 61, Peoria Heights 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Elverado 14, Christopher-Ziegler-Royalton 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Ev. Memorial, Ind. 21, Belleville West 19

    New Berlin thrashes South Fork, 48-7                                                                                                                                        Fenger 40, Reavis 19
                                                                                                                                                                                Fenton 30, Leyden 29
                                                                                                                                                                                Fisher 8, Champaign St. Thomas More 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Flanagan-Woodland 34, Fieldcrest 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Foreman 67, Farragut 0
           JOURNAL-COURIER                      27 points in the second quar ter. Matt          to go up 34-7. PORTA’s final touchdown                                           Galesburg 55, Kelly 6
   Brady Spears ran for 119 yards and           Hermes scored on a 1-yard run and Tan-          came on another Wenda to Stephenson                                             Geneseo 20, East Peoria 0
a touchdown, and Sam Hardwick was 4-            ner Shafer scored on a 7-yard run be-           connection, this one coming from 45                                             Geneva 27, Rock Island 14
for-5 for 114 yards and two touchdowns          fore Thoele hit Butchek on a 32-yard TD         yards out.                                                                      Georgetown-Ridge Farm/Chrisman 47, Arthur-Lovington
to lead Beardstown to a 29-7 victory over       pass. Shafer capped the scoring with an            PORTA fell to 0-1.                                                         0
Lewistown Friday night.                         11-yard run with 2:29 left in the half.                                                                                         Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley 34, Paxton-Buckley-Loda 7
   The Tigers opened the scoring late in                                                                 GREENFIELD 50, ISD 6                                                   Gillespie 33, Riverton 19
                                                                                                                                                                                Glenbard East 35, Willowbrook 14
the first quarter on a 60-yard touchdown                   NORTH FULTON 34,                          Greenfield’s Dakota Settles scored
                                                                                                                                                                                Glenbard North 40, Oak Park River Forest 20
pass from Hardwick to Dylan Patterson.                  RUSHVILLE-INDUSTRY 14                   the Tigers’ first two touchdowns in a win                                        Glenbrook South 34, Prospect 10
In the second quarter, Beardstown got              Rushville didn’t win, but it opened          over ISD before he suffered an apparent                                         Grant 42, Johnsburg 0
TD runs from Wes Carlock (3 yards) and          the 2011 season with a lead. Benjamin           leg injury and was taken off the field on                                        Greenfield-Northwestern 50, Jacksonville ISD 6
Spears (65 yards) to take a 22-0 lead in-       Weishaar caught a 35-yard pass from             a stretcher. Settles’ status was unknown                                        Greenville 41, Litchfield 20
to halftime.                                    Jackson Canter to put the Rockets on the        at presstime. Settles was blocking for a                                        Harper 50, Chicago Phoenix Academy 0
   Beardstown scored its final touch-           board first with a 7-0 advantage.                teammate when his leg was injured.                                              Harvard 52, Rock Falls 6
down when Hardwick and Patterson con-              Nor th Fulton answered with a pair               Greenfield rolled to a 20-0 lead by the                                      Harvey Thornton 49, Hillcrest 6
nected again from 30 yards out at 7:05 in       of scoring passes to take a 14-7 lead at        end of the first quarter. Settles scored on                                      Havana 47, Astoria South Fulton 0
the third quarter.                              the half, but Rushville tied it when Can-       runs of 8 and 6 yards to give the Tigers                                        Herscher 49, Dwight 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Hillsboro 34, Piasa Southwestern 14
   The Beardstown defense held Lewis-           ter returned a punt 65 yards early in the       a 14-0 lead, then QB Isaac Masters com-
                                                                                                                                                                                Hinsdale Central 27, St. Charles North 26, OT
town to just 118 yards, including minus-        third quar ter. Nor th Fulton answered          pleted a 39-yard pass to Ben Stults with                                        Hinsdale South 22, Romeoville 20
five rushing yards.                              with a touchdown in the third quar ter          2:05 left in the quarter to make it 20-0.                                       Homewood-Flossmoor 76, Senn 6
   Beardstown is 1-0 and will travel to         to re-take the lead, then added a pair of       ISD got on the board when Dwayne Es-                                            Hoopeston 9, Bement (South Piatt) 6
South Fulton next week.                         scores in the four th quar ter to put the       per caught a 41-yard pass from Austin                                           Hyde Park 36, Chicago Vocational 20
                                                game away.                                      Bernal with 1:45 to play in the quarter.                                        Iroquois West-Crescent-Iroquois 45, Eureka-Roanoke-
 NEW BERLIN-FRANKLIN-WAVERLY 48,                   Canter completed 4-of-15 passes for              Greenfield pulled away in the second                                       Benson 8
          SOUTH FORK 7                          121 yards. He threw one interception.           quarter as Cameron Damm scored a pair                                           Joliet Catholic 12, Carmel 10
    Scottie Thoele completed 10-of-14              Rushville managed only 56 yards              of touchdowns on runs of 5 and 3 yards.                                         Knoxville 55, Bushnell-Prairie City Avon 8
passes for 207 yards and four touch-            rushing on 25 carries. Austin Onion led                                                                                         Mahomet-Seymour 21, Mt. Zion 6
                                                                                                Mason McEvers added two touchdowns
                                                                                                                                                                                Manteno 14, Wilmington 11
downs to lead the Pretzels to an impres-        the way with 42 yards on 13 carries.            in the third quarter, scoring on runs cov-                                      Maroa-Forsyth 41, Okaw Valley 0
sive win at South Fork Friday night.               Rushville fell to 0-1.                       ering 17 and 18 yards. Greenfield scored                                         Mattoon 50, Eisenhower 0
    Thoele hooked up with Payne                                                                 its last points on a safety with 8:13 left in                                   McHenry 19, Larkin 7
Butchek on a 62-yard TD pass with 11:18         NOKOMIS 34, PORTA/A-C CENTRAL 13                the game.                                                                       Milford (Coop) FB 25, Broadlands Heritage 6
left in the first quarter to get New Berlin         The Blue Jays stayed close in the first           Greenfield rushed for 386 yards on 45                                        Moline 21, Sterling 6
on the board. South Fork answered with          half but let the game slip away in the sec-     carries and passed for another 68 yards.                                        Momence 44, Colfax Ridgeview 26
a touchdown to tie the socre at 7-7, but        ond half and fell to Nokomis 34-13.             Kaleb Boston led the Tigers with 108                                            Monmouth (United) 13, Stark County 6
New Berlin scored the next 41 points.              Nokomis opened the scoring but POR-          yards on 10 carries. Settles rushed for                                         Monticello 41, Warrensburg-Latham 0
    Thoele completed a 5-yard touchdown         TA took the lead 7-6 after a 48-yard touch-     60 yards on 7 carries, and Damm had 88                                          Mooseheart 48, Alden-Hebron 7
pass to Tanner Knox with 6:31 left re-          down pass from Nate Wenda to Zach Ste-                                                                                          Morrison 45, Fulton 0
                                                                                                rushing yards on nine carries.
                                                                                                                                                                                Morton 24, Normal University 17
maining in the first quarter, then threw         phenson in the second quarter. Nokomis              Isaac Masters completed 4-of-11 pass-                                       New Berlin-Franklin 48, South Fork 7
a 17-yard scoring pass to Mike Lehman           found the end zone again in the second          es for 68 yards and one interception.                                           Nokomis 34, Petersburg PORTA 13
with 2:52 left to give New Berlin a 21-7        quarter to take a 14-7 lead into the half.          ISD’s Bernal threw for 101 yards,                                           Normal Community 38, Champaign Central 17
lead going into the second quarter.                Nokomis put away PORTA in the sec-           completing 11-of-21 passes with one in-                                         Normal West 55, Champaign Centennial 14
    The Pretzels blew the game open with        ond half by scoring three touchdowns            terception.                                                                     Normandy, Mo. 40, Triad 21
                                                                                                                                                                                O’Fallon 49, Cahokia 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Pana 41, Roxana 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Pawnee 40, Sangamon Valley 38
                                                                                                                                                                                Pekin 29, Richwoods 28
                                                                                                                                                                                Peotone 40, Reed-Custer 0
                                                                                                                                                                                Pinckneyville 23, Red Bud 18

Berkman, Cards beat Pirates, 5-4                                                                                                                                                Plano 43, Lisle 9
                                                                                                                                                                                Polo 34, Milledgeville 8
                                                                                                                                                                                Pontiac 44, Canton 7
                                                                                                                                                                                Prairie Ridge 55, Glenbard South 12
                                                                                                                                                                                Princeville 46, Oneida (ROWVA) 14
           BY R.B. FALLSTROM                        “You’re not going to score a lot of runs       The homer was the first allowed by                                           Providence 21, Morgan Park 6
               ASSOCIATED PRESS                 in the major leagues unless you have guys       Veras since July 31. “Veras has probably                                        Quincy 30, Alton 20
   ST. LOUIS — Two long shots was all it        who hit the ball out of the ballpark,” Berk-    done as much as any eighth-inning setup                                         Quincy Notre Dame 21, Hannibal, Mo. 14
took for the St. Louis Cardinals. Not that      man said. “If you want to assemble a dif-       guy this year as far as pitching through                                        Rochester 48, Lincoln 6
                                                                                                                                                                                Sacred Heart-Griffin 34, Chatham Glenwood 27
Lance Berkman or Yadier Molina were             ferent roster, if you don’t like home runs,     the meat of the order and getting the ball
                                                                                                                                                                                Sandwich 56, Westmont 6
swinging for the fences.                        don’t watch us play.”                           to the closer,” Hurdle said. “It was down,                                      Shepard 27, Payton 0
   Berkman hit a go-ahead two-run hom-              Andrew McCutchen had three hits and         but it was working back towards the barrel                                      Sidell (Jamaica)-Salt Fork 28, Villa Grove 20
er in the eighth inning and Molina had a        an RBI for the Pirates, who have dropped        and into his swing path.”                                                       Springfield 44, Springfield Southeast 3
three-run shot in the second, helping the       seven of 10 and are in a 10-27 tailspin since      The Pirates had one hit in their final 13                                     Springfield Lanphier 26, Taylorville 21
Cardinals overcome a pair of deficits to        July 19 when they were seven games above        at-bats — McCutchen was caught stealing                                         St. Edward 21, Genoa (Genoa-Kingston) 0
beat the Pittsburgh Pirates 5-4 on Friday       .500.                                           after singling to start the seventh — and                                       St. Francis 20, Riverside-Brookfield 14
night.                                              Pittsburgh opened with three runs in        they didn’t get the ball out of the infield                                      St. Ignatius 27, Whitney Young 14
   “You’re not stepping in the batters’         the first but could have made it a much         against Kyle McClellan. Manager Tony La                                         St. Joseph-Ogden 28, LeRoy 7
box saying ’I need to hit a home run right      deeper hole for St. Louis. “A big hit would     Russa said McClellan was pitching so well                                       St. Rita 32, Portage, Ind. 21
                                                                                                                                                                                Staunton 19, Pleasant Plains 9
here,”’ Berkman said. “I don’t know that        have blown it open, there’s no doubt,” man-     he had to let him start the ninth, but said
                                                                                                                                                                                Sterling Newman 53, Erie-Prophetstown 0
anybody ever does that and if they do,          ager Clint Hurdle said. “We’ve been shak-       Jason Motte would have relieved if Pitts-                                       Stockton 45, Durand 14
I may have done it a few times, it never        ing the pom-poms for that throughout the        burgh got a man on base.                                                        Streamwood 34, Hoffman Estates 17
works.                                          season — one more hit in the big time with         Berkman reached 30 homers for the                                            Tolono Unity 40, Macon Meridian 0
   “Generally, you’re just saying ’Hey, let’s   runners in scoring position.                    sixth time in his career, leaving him one                                       Tremont 25, Heyworth 24
get a good pitch to hit.”’                          “We were looking for one more hit and       behind teammate Albert Pujols for the NL                                        Tri-County 19, Oakwood 6
   Matt Holliday walked with one out in         we didn’t get it.”                              lead, coming off a career-worst 14 homers                                       Tuscola 42, Clinton 7
the eighth against Jose Veras (2-4) before          Hurdle gave no thought to getting clos-     in an injury-plagued 2010. The Cardinals’                                       Unity-Payson 40, North Greene 0
Berkman hit his 30th homer.                     er Joel Hanrahan into the game in the           3-4-5 hitters had been 0 for 8 with three                                       Washington 36, Peoria (H.S.) 12
                                                                                                                                                                                Waterloo 42, Freeburg 6
   Berkman didn’t think the Cardinals           eighth given Veras’ reliability. The right-     walks before the homer.
                                                                                                                                                                                Williamsville 48, Bunker Hill 12
were reliant on the long ball, but point-       hander had allowed one earned run in 12            “He’s had a fantastic year,” Hurdle said.                                    Zion Benton 27, Deerfield 13
ed out that most top offenses have a lot of     1-3 innings his previous 13 appearances         “You talk about some fine shopping in the
power.                                          and leads Pittsburgh with 68 games.             offseason.”
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  2010 Chrysler Town & Country LX                                                                                                                         2011 Chevrolet Traverse LS                                                                                                                     $
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                                                                                                                              20,965                      #PS6343A, 2,000 Miles, Chrome Wheels, Power Seat ........................................................................                        26,488

        Jim Birdsell                   Dan Bormann                     Jeff Butcher                    Shane Duff                    Joe Inendino             Paul Lambert                         Gary Metz                       Tom Pranger                        Brad Reese                              Josh Tucker
     Internet Manager                     Sales                     Internet Manager                     Sales                          Sales                    Sales                               Sales                            Sales                        Finance Manager                           Sales Manager

                                    1312 WEST MORTON EXT 68 - I72 • TOLL FREE 855-245-7101
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                                                                                                                                             Happy Ads                   Special Notices         Special Notices          *Lost & Found
                                                                                       Drive At
                                                                                                                                                                    KATIE BAUERS:                                       JACKSONVILLE
                                                                                                                                                                     Your family is very                                 FOUND: URGENT
                                                                                                                                                                                                PLEASE CHECK
                                                                                       Night for                                                                     concerned about                                   Rescue Needed!

                                                                                                                                                                                                   the accuracy of
                                                                                                                                                                     you and your son’s         your ad on the first   The following pets
                                                                                         $$$                                                                         well being. Please
                                                                                                                                                                     call         mom
                                                                                                                                                                                                  day it appears in
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       will be euthanized
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       Tues. Aug. 30 un-
                                                                                         The Jacksonville Journal-Courier is                                         (916)435-9410, dad
                                                                                                                                                                                               Classifieds. If there
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       less     they     are
                                                                                      looking for an independent contractor            A perfect way to (360)643-1875,                            is an error, the     claimed or adopted:
                                                                                          to deliver the newspaper to rural                recognize                 Teresa
                                                                                                                                                                                               Journal-Courier will
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       German Shepherd,
                                                                                                        customers.                    someone on their (405)880-5082. If                        not be responsible
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       neutered dalmation
                                                                                         The newspaper must be delivered                 birthday or a               anyone knows Katie,                               mix, small Beagle,
                                                                                                                                                                                                 for more than one
                                                                                             before 6:00 a.m. every day.                                             please encourage                                  brindle Pit pup, neu-
                                                                                                                                      special occasion. her to contact her                      incorrect insertion.
                                                                                       Qualified applicants need to have a                                                                                             tered       English
                                                                                           valid Illinois driver’s license and        Happy Ads must be paid for in  family.                                           Pointer, Boxer, black
                                                                                            verifiable insurance along with           advance. Proper identification                                                   Pit Bull, black and
                                                                                                                                       of person placing a Happy Ad                                                    white Aussie puppy,
                                                                                        reliable transportation plus backup.                          Koinonia
                                                                                                                                      is required by this newspaper.                              *Lost & Found
                  • SUNDAY, Aug. 28 •
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       small ol yeller type
                                                                                       Interested parties please contact Tim               Deadline of 2 business                                MONEY found at        pup, black and white
                                                                                        Sullivan @ 217-245-6121 ex 226.                            Retreat Center
                                                                                                                                              days is required.                                West Morton busi-       kitten, 3 kittens. To
                    1:00 P.M. - 2:30 P.M.                                                                                                           Chicken
                                                                                                                                      AD THIS SIZE SATURDAY, Fry                               ness.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                       claim or adopt,

               1615 Chilton            405 Jefferson, Murrayville                                                                          $                           SEPT.         10TH,
         Hosted by Amy Hageman                   Hosted by Teri Ware                                                                                                   Serving 11-2, eve                                  *Garage Sales
                                                                                                                                                                                                 Found in Glasgow: East
               15 Greenbriar                         Offered by
                                                                                           INSIDE SALES REP                           We accept Visa, Mastercard,      5-8. Adults $9,
                                                                                                                                                                                               Great Pyrenees and
                                                                                                                                      Discover & American Express      children       3-11
           Hosted by Kathy Maul                                                        The Journal-Courier is seeking a                                                years, $4. Family       Pyr-lab mix, both 48 N. JOHNSON.
                                                                                                                                                                                               males. To claim or Fri. & Sat. 8-?
          8 Melrose Court                                                              highly motivated and determined                                                 style. Eat in air
                                                                                                                                                                                               adopt, call 473-9044 Men’s, ladies, & kids
        Hosted by Charles Grojean                                                      inside sales person. As an inside                Classifieds                     conditioned facility.
                                                                                                                                                                                               or 742-3814 .            Harley Davidson
                                                                                                                                                                       North of Manches-
                  8 Sunset                                                             sales representative, one must                  217-245-6121                    ter on Highway 67,                               shirts & memora-
                                              217-245-4151                                                                                                             left on Andras Rd.                               bilia. Adult & boy’s
         Hosted by Colleen Settles                                                     thrive in a team atmosphere and                                                                            Found in White clothing, go-carts,
                                           grojeanagency.com                                                                                                           South of Jackson-
                                                                                                                                                                                               Hall:    2     b l a c k baby items, lots of
                                                                                       maintain a positive, customer-                   Find it in the
                                                                                                                                                                       ville on Highway
                                                                                                                                                                                               Lab/Beagle mix pup- misc.
                 • SUNDAY, Aug. 28 •                                                   centric focus. The candidate
                                                                                                                                                                       67, right on Andras
                                                                                                                                                                       Rd. Watch for
                                                                                                                                                                                               pies. To claim or
                                                                                       chosen for the position must                                                    signs.                                                217-245-6121
         1:00 P - 2:00 P.M.                             .M.
                                                  2:45 P - 3:45 P.M.                                                                                                                           (217)589-4269.

           502 S. Fayette                         #2 Newland Lane                      possess a high level of attention to
               Hosted by Scott Eoff                   Hosted by Judy Eoff              detail, follow-through, and have a
        1:00 P - 2:30 P
              .M.      .M.                                                             thorough knowledge of Excel and
                                                       Offered by
       #8 Millwood Manor                                                               Word. Telemarketing/ phone sales
               Hosted by Judy Eoff                                                     experience is a must.                                                                                     Please contact Shelby
       1:00 P - 3:00 P.M.                                                              The Journal-Courier offers
                                                                                                                                                 CARRIER ROUTE
      #18 Forest Park West                                                             excellent     compensation;       in             The Jacksonville Journal-Courier is looking for an              Apply in Person
          Hosted by Kendra Swain                                                       addition to a competitive salary                Independent Contractor to deliver a carrier route in
                                                                                       and incentive program, we offer a
                 • SUNDAY, Aug. 28 •                                                   comprehensive benefits package                        Contact Bruce at
                                                                                                                                                217-245-6121 Ext. 225.
                                                                                       that includes medical and dental
           4:30 P - 6:00 P
                 .M.      .M.                              Offered by                  insurance, and a 401(k) plan.
               1075 Main
               Hosted by Mindi Johnson
           6:30 P - 8:00 P
                 .M.      .M.
                                                                                            Please email resume to
                                                                                                                                             DAILY CROSSWORD PUZZLE
              1118 S. Main                                                                  No phone calls please.
               Hosted by Mindi Johnson

          Jacksonville                Jacksonville                  Jacksonville           Jacksonville        South Jacksonville
     Central                    Central                      EAst                   West                    South Jacksonville

     1227 PARK PLACE , 724 S. FAYETTE, Fri.                  2335 FOX LANE,        150 S. MARNICO 1196 MINOR DR.,
      Sat. 8-12. Kitchen ta- 8-5pm & Sat. 8-?.                Sat. 7-11. Women's    LANE Fri. 7am-7pm Sat. 9-?. Girl’s
      ble, stand up mirror, Loft bed & other fur-             clothes, girl & boy   & Sat. 7-? BIG clothes 7-12, girl’s
      medicine cabinet, niture. Clothing kids                 0-24       months     SALE! Video/com- shoes, boy’s clothes
      Longaberger, pic- -XL adults. Games,                    clothes,      baby    puter games, game 3T & 4T, boy’s
      tures, wash stand, toys & more...                       toys/gear, home       consoles, clothes for shoes, bridesmaid
      area rugs, lots of Central                              decor.                e v e r y o n e , 1 9 8 4 dress, prom dresses,
      misc.                                                                         Honda Magna, home 2 flower girl dresses,
                             805 N. MAIN, Fri. 9-4          North                   decor, toys, tele- back packs & school
                              & Sat. 7-12. Back                                     scope, dishes, books lunch boxes, small
                                                            2227 BALDWIN RD. & lots more!!                    kitchen appliances,
     134 SANDUSKY Fri. yard sale. Boy’s, Jr.,                (corner of Baldwin &
      & Sat. 8-1. Kitchen men’s & women’s                                                                     toys.
                                                             Mobile Rd.), Fri. & West
      items, small freezer, clothes 6-5X, books,             Sat. 7-2. Clothes ga-
      walker, wheelchair, single bed, chairs,                lore & much more.     201 CAROBETH DR.,
      hunting clothes, household, collecti-                 North                   Leland Lake, Fri. 4-6
      books, canning jars, bles, misc. Priced to                                    & Sat. 8-12. Girl’s
      toys & lots of misc.    sell.
                             Central                        936 N. DIAMOND, sizes 8-14, Aber- South Jacksonville
     Central                                                 Sat. 7-12. Lots of crombie, Hollister,
                                926 S. CLAY, Fri. 5-7        clothes all sizes, Aero. Gof bag, 1404 S CLAY, Sat.
     155 W. CHAMBERS             & Sat. 7-11. 3 family.      computer desk, lots housewares, bikes, 7-11. Washer, dryer,
      Fri. & Sat. 8-1.                                       of misc.               men’s & women’s dishwasher, golf
                                 27” TV, VCR, 5000                                                            clubs, purses, shoes,
      Coins, pottery, misc.      BTU A/C, air purifier,     Northeast               clothes.
      A little bit of every-                                                                                  Jr. size clothes,
                                 DVD player, 12 volt
      thing.                     TV, women’s, Jr. &         1.5 MILES past East West                          homecoming/party
     Central                                                 Cemetery          on                             dresses, Longa-
                                 boy’s clothes, for-
                                 mals, kitchen table &       Strawns Crossing 30 GREENBRIAR, Fri              berger baskets, Bath
     404 REID ST., Sat. &        4 chairs, 10 gallon         Rd. to 1587 Brunes & Sat 7:30-1:30. De- & Body products,
      Sun. 8-3. Moving           aquarium, pitch back        Rd., Fri. 7-5 & Sat. cor, coffee-end table, books & lots of misc.
                                                             7-4.                   lawn & tool accesso-
      sale. Furniture,           net, paint ball gun &
      household goods,                                                              ries, new weight
                                 gear, PSE Nova             West                    bench, 6-8 petite
      lots of misc.              bow, 9 HP gas en-                              clothing, misc.
     Central                     gine with electric 1136 W. STATE, Fri.
                                 start, Wedgewood 8-1 & Sat. 7-11. West                                South Jacksonville
     414 N. LAUREL DR.,          china service for 12, Kid-adult clothes, fur-
      Fri. 12-? & Sat. 8-?.      desk.                     niture, home decor, 34 WINDRUSH, Fri. 1511 HARDIN AVE.,
      Multi Family. NAME        West                       holiday items, light 4-7 & Sat. 7-1. Multi- Fri 8-4 Sat 8-?.
      BRAND girl, boy,                                     fixtures.            family sale. Longa- Housewares, cro-
      women, men clothing       16 SHILOH DR., Fri. West                        berger baskets, chetedtable
      size newborn-XXL,          4-7 & Sat. 7-11.                               home & garden de- cloth,dollies & bed-
      most $1, baby              Kid-adult clothes, 1619 MOUND AVE., cor, men’s, women’s spread, books, furni-
      items,100s of DVDs,        patio set, TV, toys, Fri. & Sat. 9-12. & kid’s name brand ture, sheets, ladies
      MAGIC,       Men's         holiday       d e c o r , Tools, furniture, clothes, bedding, clothing, Christmas
      mountain      bike,        household. Priced to household items, col- kitchen items, dish- items, collectables &
      household items.           sell.                     lectibles.           washer, much more.      etc
                                                                                                                                                             Journal-Courier, Jacksonville, Ill., Saturday, August 27, 2011 19

    Miscellaneous             *Automotive               Help Wanted          Help Wanted             Help Wanted            Rental               Rental/Commercial
A/C, REFRIGERA-                                         FACTORY &        Simply create your
  TOR, washer, gas or                                   WAREHOUSE         profile by phone
                                                                                                   Read all               Apartments
  electric dryer, sofa,                                                                                                  ONE BEDROOM up,
                                                            JOBS!         or online and, for
  recliner, king bed,
                                                                          the next 90-days,        about it!              nice, efficient, pri-
                                                                                                                          vate entrance, par- 1500 & 2040 SQ. ft
  $119, chest, dinette,      Lincoln
  3 piece bedroom                                      No Resume?         our professionals                               tially furnished & prime office/retail
  set, bookcase, car-           GREAT CAR               No Problem!       will match your         For home                trash.                spaces. 1050 W.
  pet, TV. 314 W. 2003 TOWN Car Sig- Monster Match as- profile to employ-                                                 217-370-0206.         Morton.
  Walnut, Mon.-Sat., nature, maroon with signs a profes- ers who are hiring delivery call                                ONE BEDROOM, (217)243-8000.                   Child Care         Music Lessons
  9:30-5.                     beige Landau top. s i o n a l          t o right now!                                       most utilities paid,                   LICENSED DAY- PINE TREE Studio,
  (217)243-6491.              Very good condition hand-match each                                                         off street parking,                     CARE openings all Adult piano & voice
                              with 29,300 miles. In job seeker with CREATE YOUR                  245-6121.                deposit required.                       ages. 14yrs experi- lessons, Music His-
BLUE          WILLOW                                                                                                      (217)245-8945.                          ence. 217-473-0944. tory class. 370-2472
  dishes, set of 12.          Jacksonville.          each employer!        PROFILE NOW
                              $12,500.                                     BY PHONE OR              Real Estate              Rental/Houses                                      Hauling
                              (217)602-0426.           This is a FREE        WEB FREE!          *PUBLISHER’S                                                          HAUL AWAY brush,
                                                                                                                         GREAT 4 bed 2 bath
      BRAND NEW                                            service!                                 NOTICE*               home.        ROOM-                           junk, furniture &                   Roofing
       warehouse                     *Trucks                              Call Today Sun- ALL REAL estatethis    ad-      MATES NEEDED!!                               misc. Gutter clean-
                             Dodge                                                            vertising in
                                                    Simply create your day, or any day!! newspaper is sub-                299 laurel, Bluffs,                          ing, trim shrubs. Also       Reasonable
     30-60% off retail                                                                                                    $275/mo. plus 1/2                            move items. Call              Roofing
       Living room,           A GREAT BUY profile by phone Use Job Code 57! ject to the Fair                              expenses.                                    Dennis at 243-3244.            Siding
      Bedroom, and           1998 DAKOTA, fair or online and, for                             Housing Act which           (217)821-8360.
      Mattress sets.          condition. 94k miles. the next 90-days,                         makes it illegal to
                                                                                                                         IN BLUFFS: 2 bed-
                                                                                                                                                                           Home                       Gutter
   Limited Quantities,        $3500.                 our professionals 1-866-374-1591         advertise “any pref-        room,         newer                           Improvement                 Since 1997
         can deliver          (217)491-0912.         will match your              or          erence, limitation or
                                                                                                                          kitchen/bath, ga-                           CHIP’S HANDYMAN
      217-361-1357.                                  profile to employ-     www.landof        discrimination based        rage. No pets. De-
                             Ford                                                                                                                                      SERVICE. Decks,
                                                     ers who are hiring lincolnjobs.com on race, color, relig-            posit/reference.                             doors, windows, sid-
      CASH UP                                        right now!
                                                                                              ion, sex, handicap,         (217)997-2185                                ing, garages & all
       TO $400!              WHAT A TRUCK                                   No Resume
                                                                                              familial status or na-
                                                                                                                         NICE 4 bedroom by                             other home improve-
                             2003 F250, lift kit,                                             tional origin, or an
 for junk cars and winch, camper shell, CREATE YOUR                            Needed!        intention, to make          IC. Water, trash,                            ments.
   trucks. Also buying super cab, new tires            PROFILE NOW                            any such prefer-            mowing included.                             (217)245-2849
   other scrap metals. and wheels. 81k
   Pay cash and free miles. $17,000 or
                                                       BY PHONE OR Call the auto- ence, limitation or
                                                         WEB FREE!        mated phone discrimination.” Fa-
                                                                                                                          Garage, basement,
                                                                                                                          C/A, new stainless                               Gutter & Lawn            243-0694
   pickup.                                                                                                                steel       kitchen.
                              best           offer.                       profiling system milial status includes         (618)420-1776.
   217-491-2026.              (217)243-6422 or Call Today Sun-            or use our con- children under 18
                                                                                              living with parents or     ONE 2 bedroom,
DO YOU need a (217)216-0692.                         day, or any day!! venient Online legal custodians,                   $675/month. One 1
  hand with your next                               Use Job Code 24! form today so pregnant women
  project. Small tree                 *Vans                               our profession- and people securing
                                                                                                                          $525/month. Pets                                                        MAHAN’S ROOFING
  removal,           t r i m Dodge                                                                                                                                                                 & Siding. Insured &
  bushes, mowing,
                                                                          als can get custody of children                 welcome. Available
                                                                          started matching under 18.                      immediately.                                                             Bonded. Free est.
  hauling gravel and GREAT SHAPE!                     1-866-374-1591                                                                                                                               675-2231 /473-2748.
  more. Firewood for 2006 GRAND Cara-                         or          you with employ- This newspaper will            (217)245-4824,
  sale! Call Joe van,                     In great       www.landof       ers that are hir- not knowingly ac-
                                                                                              cept any advertising
  217-320-2720.               shape, stow-n-go lincolnjobs.com            ing - NOW!
                                                                                              for real estate which        Rental/Commercial
                              DVD, new tires,                                                 is in violation of the     OFFICE BUILDING.                                                          Tree Trimming & Removal
MTD 4.5HP, 22” push 100,000 miles, blue.                 No Resume       Choose from one law. Our readers are             Lease. 598B Mas-                                                          TREE B GONE
  mower. Used 4-5 $6,000.                                                                                                                                                       5’’ & 6’’,          Tree Removals
                                                           Needed!        of the following hereby informed that           sey Lane across
  hours. Moving. $65. (217)320-1796.                                                                                      from Walmart. Call                              all colors available.       Fully insured
  (309)546-2060.                                                          positions to en- all dwellings adver-                                                                                    Call Chris 473-5386
                                                    Call the auto- ter your informa- tised in this newspa-                7-9pm,
P E R K ’ S F U R N I - Harley Davidson              mated phone tion:                        per are available on        (217)245-4945.
  TURE BOUTIQUE                                      profiling system                         an equal opportunity
  225       E.    State,
                                TOUR BIKE            or use our con- •Medical Assistant basis.
  (217)243-1400.                                     venient Online •Certified Nursing
  Matching sofa & 2001 ELECTRO- form today so Assistant
  loveseat, china cabi-       GLIDE Classic, full
                                                     our profession- • P a t i e n t  Care
  nets, antique buffet dresser with pull be-
  & dining set, Willett hind trailer. 32k als                can get Worker
  solid maple bed set, miles. $9500 or best started matching •Veterinary Assis-
  kitchen table & offer.                             you with employ- tant
                                                                                             BEAUTIFUL 5 Bed-
  chairs, hand painted (217)243-1786.                ers that are hir- JANITORIAL &           room, South Jack-
  dresser & mirror,                                  ing - NOW!               GROUNDS
  queen brass bed                     ATV’’s                                                  sonville, 2-1/2 baths,
                                                                           MAINTENANCE        hardwood floors, up-
  complete, tables of Yamaha                        Choose from one             JOBS!         dated kitchen, newer
  all kinds & original                                                                        roof, energy efficient
  art.                          ATTENTION            of the following
                                                     positions to en-      No Resume?         windows, C/A, Fur-
ST. LOUIS Baseball
                                  HUNTERS            ter your informa-      No Problem!       nace, well insulated,
Tickets Sept. 7. Final 2008              GRIZZLY tion:                   Monster Match as- 3-1/2 car garage,
                                                                                              screened porch,
date. Section 144, Hunter, 2WD, green                                     signs a profes- decks, 300 E.
row 18. 4 tickets, in color $2500. •Warehouse / Dis- s i o n a l                         t o Greenwood,
$250. 491-6227 eve- 217-636-7500.                    tribution            hand-match each (217)370-5064
                               Boats                •Mechanical As- job seeker with             CONTRACT FOR
 TOP MONEY, all                Campers               sembler              each employer!         deed. 2 bedroom
  scrap metal, cars, Bayliner                       •Electronic-Electri-                         house. $74,900.
  trucks, farm ma-                                   cal Assembler          This is a FREE       10%        down.
  chinery, grain bins,                              •General Labor              service!         (217)370-1880. Bro-
  metal sheds.                    PRICE             •Machine Operator                            ker owned.
  217-370-2927.                 REDUCED             •Machinist           Simply create your     FOR SALE: 2 bed-
USED COOK sheds. 1989 17’ 85HP Force                •Picker & Packer      profile by phone       room, garage, new
 several choices outboard motor, new                •Package Handler      or online and, for     roof, South Jackson-
 available.                 tires on the trailer,                                                ville, nice yard.
                                                    •Plastic Workers      the next 90-days,
 (217)245-9313.             easy on gas, open                                                    (217)473-0471.
                            bow, blue and white,     Financial            our professionals
                            new seats and car-                            will match your          OPEN HOUSE
    Lawn & Garden
RIDING MOWER, pet, runs good,                          COMMUNITY profile toare hiring
                                                                          ers who
                                                                                      employ-   Sunday, August 28th
                                                                                                     from 1-4pm.
 $298. Can be seen clean & dependable.
 at 350 E. Lafayette.       $2500 or best offer.           BANK           right now!               303 N Main St.
                            Can be seen in           SEEKING          A                              Winchester.
                            Jacksonville.                                                       Large, 3 bedroom, 2
         Antiques                                     Lending/Compli-      CREATE YOUR           bath with many up-
T O W N B R A N C H (217)791-7884.                    ance officer ex-      PROFILE NOW          dates.      Asking
 Treasures,          2 0 7 Puma                       perienced in all      BY PHONE OR          $124,900.       Visit
 State St., Pleasant                                  types of lending       WEB FREE!           www.303nmainst.
 Hill, IL. In the former      EXCELLENT               and all areas of                           com for details and
 LDS church building.                                 compliance.         Call Today Sun-        pictures.       Call
 Antique furniture,            CONDITION                                                         217-883-1131 with
 stoneware, glass- 2005 PALOMINO,                    Reply by sending     day, or any day!!
                                                         resume’ to:     Use Job Code 25!        questions or for pri-
 ware. Spaces for 28’, sleeps 7, lots of                                                         vate showing.
 rent. 217-653-4459 storage, excellent                  Loan Officer
 Wed-Sat, 10-4. Yard condition. $11,000.                P O Box 258                     ROODHOUSE. 3/4
 space available Fall (217)370-4005,                    White Hall IL              or    bedroom, 1bath.
 Color          D r i v e . (217)280-2201.                  62092            www.landof  New roof house,
 217-734-2601.                                                                           large garage. Many
                                Help Wanted                               lincolnjobs.comimprovements! ALL
         Pets                 * ATTENTION *                                              appliances. Cash
                          WHEN APPLYING              PART TIME             No Resume     assist may be avail-
                           for a job through the      Bartender              Needed!     able. $69,900. Make
                           Classifieds, please                                           Offer, relocating!
                           be very careful to           wanted.
                                                                         Call the auto- 217-341-8869.
APR CHIHUAHUA,             address it correctly. Bill’s West State.
                                                    Call from 10-5,   mated phone
 female, 16 weeks,         If the ad says send it
                           to P.O. Box ABC, it      (217)473-9550.    profiling system
 shots,    wormed.                                                    or use our con-
 (217)415-6868.            SHOULD NOT be
                           addressed to the Healthcare                venient Online
                           Journal-Courier. It                        form today so TWO BEDROOM, 2
                           should go to the ad-        CNAS,          our profession- full baths, base-
                                                                                        ment, 2 car at-
                           vertiser’s Post Of-
                           fice box Number.         LPNS & RNS als can get tached garage.
                                                                      started matching Many upgrades.
CATS, KITTENS and          The only replies that NORTH                you with employ- Excellent location,
 free barn cats, fixed.    should come to our CHURCH Nurs-
                           office are ads that ing & Rehab in ers that are hir-
                                                                                        great boat dock.
    (217)589-4269,                                                                      23 South Drive.
    (217)414-6112,         specify Journal-Cou- Jacksonville is ing - NOW!
    (217) 491-0031.        rier, Box ABC. If hiring          CNAs, Choose from one 675-2120.
                           there are any ques-
                           tions, feel free to LPNs and RNs of the following YEAR 2000 manufac-
                           contact the classi-     for         A L L positions to en- tured 3 bedroom, 2
     *Automotive           fied department.        SHIFTS. Apply ter your informa- bath, one owner,
                          EXPERIENCED              in person, 1021 tion:               good     location.
     GOOD                  HANDYMAN            to N. Church St.                        $33,900.
                           paint/repair inside of  HEALTHCARE •Janitors & Clean- (217)479-0875.
   CONDITION               small 1 level rental       ASSISTANT
2001 PARK Avenue           house.
                                                                      ers                  Rental
 Ultra, good condi-                                     JOBS!        •Maids & House-
 tion. 184k miles.
                                                                          keeping      Apartments
 $3200.                                                No Resume?        •Sanitation Work-      **KING RENTALS**
 (217)245-2039.                                         No Problem!       ers                   One and two bed-
                                                    Monster Match as-    •Facility Manage-       room, $365 & up.
Buick                                                signs a profes-                             No          pets.
                          Healthcare                                      ment & Mainte-         (217)416-9288.
                                                     sional         to    nance
   NEW PRICE                                         hand-match each     •Groundskeepers
2004 LeSABRE Lim-           Occupational             job seeker with      & Maintenance
 ited. CD player, cas-       Therapist               each employer!      •Lawn Mainte-
 sette, maroon in
                          NEEDED FOR                                      nance                     EASTLAWN
 color, 3800 motor,
 two-tone        gray      special educa-             This is a FREE     •Landscaping             APARTMENTS
 leather interior, On-     tion students                  service!       •Pest Control            Starting at $375.
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                                                                                                                                                                                                  Showers            Rain     T-storms      Flurries         Snow              Ice
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                                                                                                                                                                                                TODAY: Mostly sunny. Highs in the upper 80s. North winds 5 to 10
                                                                                                                                                                                                TONIGHT: Mostly clear. Lows in the upper 50s. Northeast winds 5
                                                                                                                                                                                                to 10 mph.
                                                                                                                                                                                                TOMORROW: Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower 80s. Light northeast
Mussels dot the dry lake bed of Lake Mauvaisterre after being left behind as water has receded                                                                                                  TOMORROW NIGHT: Partly cloudy. Lows around 60. Light east
due to hot weather and little rain in the region. In spots, the shallow lake is hundreds of feet from                                                                                           winds.
where water’s edge normally reaches.                                                                                                                                                            EXTENDED FORECAST: Monday: Mostly sunny. Highs in the lower
                                                                                                                                                                                                80s. Monday night: Mostly clear. Lows around 60.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Tuesday: Mostly clear. Highs in the mid-80s. Tuesday night: Partly
                                                                                                                                                                                                cloudy. Lows in the mid-60s. Wednesday: Partly cloudy. Highs in
                                                                                                                                                                                                the mid-80s. Wednesday night: Mostly clear. Lows around 70.
                                                                                                                                                                                                Thursday: Mostly clear. Highs in the lower 90s.

     OPEN                                                        LOOKING BACK
     LINE  243-8203
                                             10 YEARS AGO                        for innovative teaching in
                                                                                 District 117.

Editor’s note: To join the
discussion, call the number
                                             South Jacksonville
                                          trustees discussed plans to
                                                                                    50 YEARS AGO                                  100 YEARS AGO
                                          relocate the village’s wells                                                              J.M. and JOSHUA
above or submit a comment                 and construct a new water
through myjournalcourier.                                                           Fire destroyed a grain                       VASCONCELLOS made
                                          treatment plant.                       and machine building on                         the burgoo soup for the
                                                                                 the LYNN CLARK farm                             Portuguese picnic.
                                                                                 southeast of Patterson.
SCHOOLS                                      20 YEARS AGO
Closing part of financial reality             DON ENGLISH, a
                                                                                    75 YEARS AGO                                  150 YEARS AGO                                                 Casey (no last name given), Washington Elementary
    Much as I sympathize                  special education teacher                                                                 S.D. RICH was raising                                       NOTE: Please submit drawings on paper no bigger than 8.5-by-
with any group opposed                    and coordinator of the                    DR. H.L. NEW’s horse                         an infantry company at                                         11 inches. Please do not fold paper and do not write heavily on
to a local school closing,                Supportive Education Pro-              won a blue ribbon at the                        Bethel and Meredosia.                                          the back. Horizontal pictures work best.
read the tea leaves. Has                  gram at Jacksonville High              Society Horse Show at the                           — compiled by Greg Olson
there been or will there                  School, received the fourth            Morgan County Fair-                                      and Alisia McCowan                                          TEMPERATURES                           Venus rises .............. 6:38 a.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             Venus sets .............. 7:53 p.m.
be a huge population shift                annual Bill Russell Award                                                                                                                             High Friday ............ 88° at 3 p.m.       Mars rises ............... 2:22 a.m.
to the north end of the
school district? There is                                                                                                                                                                       Overnight low ......................57°      Mars sets ................ 5:14 p.m.
a financial duty involved                                                                                                                                                                        Record high ...............104° in 1936      Jupiter rises ........... 10:21 p.m.
that forces hard decisions                                                                                                                                                                      Record low ............. 46° in 1934         Jupiter sets ............ 12:02 p.m.
about what is the best use                                                                                                                                                                      Year ago high ......................80°
of resources for the popu-                                                                                                                                                                      Year ago low .......................54°      In the evening twilight Saturn
lation to be served.
Board is missing big picture
   District 117 has missed
                                                           MAKING HISTORY                                                                                                                                PRECIPITATION
                                                                                                                                                                                                To 4 p.m. Friday ...............0.00”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             is in the WSW. In tomorrow’s
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             morning twilight Mars and Mer-
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                             cury are in the east and Jupiter
                                             TODAY’S HIGHLIGHT                   Swordfish, the second                                Five years ago: A Co-                                                                                   in the SSW.
the big picture again.                                                                                                                                                                          So far this year ..............30.44”
Murrayville is the smallest                       IN HISTORY:                    Skate Class nuclear sub-                        mair CRJ-100 crashed after                                     Last year by this date .....39.24”
school and is in the worst                    On Aug. 27, 1883, the              marine, was launched from                       trying to take off from the                                    Normal year to date .......25.17”
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       RIVER STAGES
shape. Close it and leave                 island volcano Krakatoa                the Portsmouth Naval                            wrong runway in Lexing-                                        So far this month ..............0.05”        Peoria .............. 12.3 ........-0.1
the others open. South                    blew up; the resulting tidal           Shipyard in Maine.                              ton, Ky., killing 49 people                                    Normal month to date ......2.78”             Beardstown ........ 9.9 ........ 0.0
parents do not want to                    waves in Indonesia’s Sunda                  In 1962, the United                        and leaving the co-pilot                                       Weather statistics provided by WLDS/WEAI     Meredosia .......... 4.4 ...... +0.1
send their kids to Mur-                   Strait claimed some 36,000             States launched the Mari-                       the sole survivor. Two Fox                                                                                  Oakford .............. 3.4 ........-0.1
rayville.                                 lives in Java and Sumatra.
                                              On this date:
                                                                                 ner 2 space probe, which
                                                                                 flew past Venus in Dec.
                                                                                                                                 News journalists, Steve
                                                                                                                                 Centanni and cameraman
                                                                                                                                                                                                         IN THE SKIES                        Hannibal ........... 11.0 ........ 0.0
                                                                                                                                                                                                Twilight begins ......... 5:56 a.m.          Louisiana.......... 12.3 ...... +0.2
TAXES                                         In 1776, the Battle of             1962.                                           Olaf Wiig, were freed by                                                                                               M = Missing information
                                          Long Island began during                    In 1979, British war                       militants nearly two weeks                                     Sunrise ................... 6:24 a.m.
Stop griping about $2 more                the Revolutionary War as               hero Lord Louis Mountbat-                       after being kidnapped                                          Sunset .................... 7:40 p.m.
                                                                                                                                                                                                                                                       MOON PHASES
    The complainer griping                British troops attacked                ten and three other people,                     in Gaza City. The action                                       Twilight ends ............ 8:08 p.m.
about Illinois’ tax increase              American forces, who                   including his 14-year-old                       series “24” won Emmys for                                      Moonrise ................. 4:40 a.m.
is only partially correct.                ended up being forced to               grandson Nicholas, were                         best drama series and best                                     Moonset .................. 6:33 p.m.
Yes, a 67 percent increase                retreat two days later.                killed off the coast of                         actor for Kiefer Suther-                                       Mercury rises ........... 5:13 a.m.            New Moon        First Quarter     Full Moon
seems like a lot until you                    In 1859, Edwin L.                  Ireland in a boat explo-                        land; “The Office” was hon-                                     Mercury sets ........... 6:49 p.m.              Aug. 29           Sept. 4         Sept. 12
start with the beginning                  Drake drilled the first                 sion claimed by the Irish                       ored as best comedy.
tax rate, which was three
dollars. The new rate
                                          successful oil well in the
                                          United States, at Titusville,
                                                                                 Republican Army.
                                                                                      In 1989, the first U.S.
                                                                                                                                     One year ago: Aijalon
                                                                                                                                 Gomes, an American held
                                                                                                                                                                                                                CLOSE TO HOME
is $5, or $2 more than                    Pa.                                    commercial satellite rocket                     seven months in North
before, and 67 percent of                     In 1908, Lyndon                    was launched from Cape                          Korea for trespassing,
$3 is $2. It still puts Illinois          Baines Johnson, the 36th               Canaveral, Fla. — a Delta                       stepped off a plane in
in the lower tier of state                president of the United                booster carrying a British                      his hometown of Boston
taxes.                                    States, was born near                  communications satellite,                       accompanied by former
Don’t blame it on the rich                Stonewall, Texas.                      the Marcopolo 1.                                President Jimmy Carter,
    Please note that it is                    In 1928, the Kellogg-                   Ten years ago: Israeli                     who had flown to Pyong-
not Warren Buffett’s fault                Briand Pact was signed in              helicopters fired a pair                         yang to negotiate his free-
he only pays 17 percent                   Paris, outlawing war and               of rockets through office                        dom. Cuba issued a pair
of his income in taxes. He                providing for the peaceful             windows and killed senior                       of surprising free market
is going by the present                   settlement of disputes.                PLO leader Mustafa Zibri.                       decrees, allowing foreign
law. Capital gains are                        In 1939, the first                  Peru’s Congress voted to                        investors to lease govern-
only taxed at 15 percent.                 turbojet-powered aircraft,             lift the constitutional im-                     ment land for at least 99
Most money that wealthy                   the Heinkel He 178, went               munity of former President                      years and loosening state
people earn each year                     on its first full-fledged test           Alberto Fujimori, so that                       controls on commerce
comes from capital gains,                 flight over Germany.                    prosecutors could charge                        to let citizens grow and
not salary.                                   In 1949, a violent white           him with crimes against                         sell their own fruits and
                                          mob prevented an outdoor               humanity. (Fujimori, who                        vegetables.
ATTITUDE                                  concert headlined by Paul              had fled to Japan, was                               Today’s Birthdays:
                                          Robeson from taking place              extradited to Peru from                         Author Antonia Fraser is
It’s all about ‘self’ these days          near Peekskill, N.Y. (The              Chile in 2007 and was later                     79. Actress Tuesday Weld
    “Pay It Forward”                      concert was held eight                 tried and convicted; he is                      is 68. Actor Paul Reubens
seems to be out of vogue                  days later.)                           serving a 25-year prison                        is 59. Actor Aaron Paul is
today. When I paid into                       In 1957, the USS                   sentence.)                                      32.
Social Security or federal
taxes every year, I knew                                             THOUGHT F OR TODAY
that those funds were
going to assist someone                                 “Genuine tragedies in the world are not conflicts between right
back then. I used to think                                  and wrong. They are conflicts between two rights.”                                                                                                                 The Journal-Courier’s
those deductions helped                                           — Georg Wilhelm Friedrich Hegel, German philosopher                                                                                                          4th annual
to pay for my dad’s veter-                                                (born this date in 1770, died 1831).
ans checks he received for
service in World War II.
Nowadays, it seems that
it’s every man for himself.
How sad.
Stand up and do something
    Instead of waiting
around for our broke uncle
                                                                      BACKPAGE READERS
to come help us, wouldn’t
                                           Alexander Picnic Sun. 4-7               Good Ole’ Days Ice Cream
                                                                                                                             Winchester EMS Homecoming
                                                     Alexander Park                     Shoppe Aug. 28, 4-6
it be nice if people would
stand up and do something
                                          Benefits Alexander Park & Fire Dept.
                                           Rain location at Elementary School
                                           Barney’s Pub • 228 W. Morton
                                                                                       Cookout, DJ & Car Hop
                                                                                  Kottage Kafe • 1850 S. Main
                                                                                                                              Sat. Aug. 27. BBQ cookoff, sand
                                                                                                                                volleyball tournament, parade,
                                                                                                                             queen pageant, live entertainment,
                                                                                                                                                                                                Tuesday,                                              Callendar
to help themselves and
then perhaps look around
                                                12oz. ribeye steak 6-9pm.
                                                      Flatland Band
                                                                                 All you can eat fried chicken after 4
                                                                                      Reicherts • 243-2420
                                                                                                                               Mark Allen burgoo recipe, food
                                                                                                                             stand, beer garden, dance 7-11pm.
                                                                                                                             Call Randy Dolen 248-9339 for info.
                                                                                                                                                                                                September 27
to see if they could help                  Don’s Place • 207 W. Morgan                 Open 11-2 & 4:30-9:30.
someone else?
                                          Grilled sandwiches & Irish Stew 11-?
                                                   Prairie Rose 8-11:30
                                                                                 Early bird special 4:30-5:30, 10% off
                                                                                         Any 2 steaks for $30.
                                                                                                                         C   M
                                                                                                                              Proceeds benefit Winchester EMS
                                                                                                                                                                                                HAMILTON’S at 110
                                                                                                                         K   Y

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