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WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 13, 2003 LOCAL/SPORTS PAGE 9 Aviston Countryside Manor Meissner celebrat- with family and Monday, August 4. Week began today and and staff were encour- to share a smile and see quickly it came back to l; Exercise was the lead on this Monday. Then were off to the races. !.track was quick and the SVCere running as fast as the Were rolling. Car 1 was by Bernice Fruend and It placed first in the heats. Car 5, held by and Viola Anderson the first heat. Car 6 won heat to the delight of and Eugenia Zeis- Oar 3 waited to finish first fourth heat for Valeria and Dorothy Humphrey. .2 took the fifth run for Brefeld and Margaret Ohio was played in the and Wylette Baer, and Bernice Fru- all won two games each. Parish sponsored the bingo game. Alice Erin Feldmann, Kuhl, Carolyn Poettker, Giger were here to the game and assist the TUesday rosary was led by Beckmann and Alv- Balloon table was offered next with teams trying to send the over their opponents&apos; Manicures were done in afternoon and residents Offered scented lotions to as the supper hour Rob your neighbor the evening game morn: Father Adults S10 Youth ;8 Under 12 $5 Refreshments & Food Available He was assisted by ann who was lec- and Mrs. Schubart pro- the music and bible study activity room. Residents enjoyed the wonderful out in the garden area. 'era was offered that after supper. The win- Were Marie Schulte, Viola and Wylette Baer. on Thursday, there Carolyn Beer, The:sing and Marilyn represented German- Altar Sodality as they a bingo game in the Zucchini bread was and baked for tomorrow's although one loaf was cut right out of the oven. newspapers were read SUpper and Bunco was afterward. Eugenia Zeis- and June Lowry took home Lucille Schaefer, Herman Bohn, Helen Bassler, Fritz Waiters, Cletus Poettker, Josephine Molitor, and Eugenia Zeisset stepped into the van in the afternoon for a scenic drive. The roads took them out through Aviston and into Breese where the van stopped at Dairy King for refreshments. the prizes as the only winners. Friday morning began with mass by Father Kuhl.' Henrietta Beckmann, Til Haselhorst, Estelle Hess, and Marcie Strub- hart led the rosary and assisted with the regular Friday bingo game. Wylette Baer won the coverall game. Residents were invited to taste test the Zuccini bread baked yesterday and to try something new in a zucchini cheese bread. They liked the cheese bread but preferred the traditional bread that they used to make. Following supper night-time trivia engaged some of the residents. Wylette Baer knew her stuff and took first place. Cletus Poettker and Rose Parent tied for second and Estelle Stukenberg came in a close third. and Marie Kothe celebrated their birth- days on Saturday. Family and friends visited and helped make the day special. A warm up ses- sion began the day Saturday and the bingo was offered. Ann Rather was the big winner after calling bingo five times. Penny Ante followed supper and was won by Evelyn Shoup. Eugenia Zeisset and Valeria Korte were second and Estelle Stukenberg, Catherine Buscher, Wylette Baer, and Ann Rather shared third place. A communion service was held by Ruth Lager, Millie Wes- selmann, Helen Middeke, and Evelyn Goestenkors on Sunday morning. Sarah and Kevin Bur- ton provided the music for the service. Jingo was played in the evening with Evelyn Shoup winning four games. Rose Par- ent and Nora Heimann won two .ty Fifty-Five Inc. (eo[ tote Aurelia Wood -= Sales Associate (618) 224-7973 Home 224-7726 203 W. Broadway 3 TRENTON, IL 62293 E-Mail: id < , games each and Josephine Moli- tor, Wylette Baer, Estelle Stukenberg, and Eugenia Zeis- set all won one game. Laura Wuest, Irene Tebbe, Herman Bohn, and James Frey received a warm welcome on their admissions here. Staff and residents send their condo- lences to the family of Edwin Husman on his recent passing. Donates proceeds TEMPO BANK IN TRENTON was the first winner in the $100 per month drawings being conducted as a fundraiser by the Trenton American Legion Post 778 baseball program. The bank donated its winnings back to the program. Here, bank president Robert Stroh draws the winner for the second monthly drawing, Barb Hempen of Carlyle, while Post 778 com- mander Jay Hilmes looks on. Tickets for the drawings are still available and may be purchased by contacting Pete Schumacher, 224-9347. , .... \\; New to Reflections Unlimited... 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[] For Appointments Call: , (618) 526-8080 Experience Counts Area Sports Report by Pete Schumacher The four finalists for the Clin- ton County Baseball League championship have been deter- mined, but one game remains to determine the matchups for the playoffs, which start this Sun- day. Carlyle had won five games in a row heading into Sunday's action to put themselves in a position to challenge tbr the fourth and final playoff spot, but they were turned away 4-1 by Bartelso, who claimed the final spot while improving to 8- 6 on the season. Carlyle will now don the spoil- er's hat tonight as they meet Breese at 7:30 p.m. to help decide the seeding. Centralia at 11-2 is the run- away winner of the regular sea- son championship, but there is a logjam in the second, third, and fourth spots. Breese sits in second place at 8-5 pending tonight's matchup with Carlyle. Aviston and Bartelso have both completed their seasons with 8- 6 records. Should Carlyle beat Breese tonight, all three teams will be tied for second place and the league's tiebreaker formula will kick in. The only certainty is that Centralia will be at home fbr the start of Sunday's play- offs. Breese held off Beckemeyer 11-10 in ten innings on Sunday, and Trenton won its final game of the season, 2-0 over German- town. Both Trenton runs came in the fourth inning. Kyle Dono- van had three hits and three trips on the day. Mattoon, Fairview Heights, and Belleville finished in the top three spots in the recent American Legion state tourna- ment played at GMC Stadium in Sauget, and they will all advance to the Great Lakes Regional play. Wesclin's junior high softball and baseball teams are both in action this week at the season- opening O'Fallon Tournament. Sunday, August 17, 2003  :: Sign-in 7 a.m. until 3:30 p.m. - .,... 4 .,::;= TRENTON, ,L  Trg':;3 in 2.5 miles northeast of Trenton  Each Class off Rt. 1.60 Follow Signs  "' -Kaskaskia COllege Sports to host dinner with L Coach Matt Painter [ tlcad Basketball Coach at SIU CarbondaIc Thursday, September 4, 2003 in the Gymnasium at 6"30 p.m. i i Inll The menu will include: Fried Chicken  Roast Beef Slaw Mashed Potatoes & Gravy  Green Beans Corn  Roll  Coffee -Tea  Dessert II + + + + Coach Matt Painter was Coach Bruce Weber's top assistant the last five years and helped build SIU into a basketball powerhouse. Just the 11th head coach in the 90-year history of the University, Painter comes from the same Purdue bloodlines as his mentor. Painter was an All-Big Ten forward playing for legendary coach Gene Keady and then-assistant Coach Weber, from 1989-93. He helped lead the Boilermakers to three NCAA Tournament bids and one NIT bid during his playing career.' Advance, tickets are $15.00 for adults and $10.00 for students. Prices at the door will be $20.00 for adults and $15.00 for students. To order tickets, please mail check (payable to Kaskaskia College Sports Association) to: Cathy Karrick, Director of Public Information, Kaskaskia College, 27210 College Road, Centralia, IL. 62801. For more information, please call 545.3182 or 545.3146 or email or IUBBER STAMPS CALL 24-9422 Motor Sports Promotions, Inc Presents: The 2nd Rnnuol SCAR Non Wing World Championship Race #5 TO PARTY ON SUNDAY, AUGUST 17 " MUSIC BY FLAT BROKE 6:00 to 11:00 P.M. GATES OPEN AT 5 P.M. SCAR Non Wing World Championship Sprint Car Race #5 Sponsored by: ?1 In"laCK" Fr AT HIGHLAND RACEWAY " MONDAY, AUGUST 18, 2003- 6:00 P.M.  ..c. = m "ALCOHOL BURNER" at JODY'S SPORTS STOP Highland, IL