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21, 2000] Christians
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restores pieces of the past; crafts keepsakes
21, 2000] In
an old red barn on State Route 10, a rural Lincoln man works to
restore pieces of the past and create custom-made future
heirlooms. When he’s not in out of town working on a
project, Lon Simpson Jr., owner of Simpson Woodworks, can usually be
found in his sawdust-filled workshop – bending, carving, sawing
and sanding pieces of poplar, pine and other wood into custom
trimwork, fireplace mantels, architectural columns and furniture.
Whether he’s crafting a built-in oak hall tree to give a new house
a slice of vintage character or carefully reproducing porch
balusters to restore a Victorian home, the retired Army major is in
Al Pacino, Russell Crowe, Christopher Plummer, Gina Gershon
A Michael Mann Film
Released Nov. 5, 1999
21, 2000] Some movies open
timidly and ease you into the plot.
“The Insider” opens like a Mac truck and for the next 2½
hours cruises at top speed toward its final destination.
This movie is not a thriller but rather a “compeller.”
concert scheduled at
[APRIL 21, 2000] Lincoln College Music Department will present
its annual spring concert Friday, April 28, and Saturday, April 29,
at 8 p.m. at the Johnston Center for Performing Arts on the campus
of Lincoln College. The concert is free and open to the public, but
reserved seating is required. To reserve seats, call 735-5050, ext.
year’s program, Spring Sound Explosion, features music performed
by the Lincoln College Jazz Ensemble, the Sophistikatz (women’s
choir), Lincoln Harmony (men’s choir), Lincoln Express (show
choir) and Lincoln College Dynamics (men’s and women’s choir
group). Lincoln College music professor Bill Buffington will direct
the show. Musical selections will range from upbeat love songs to
the patriotic “America the Beautiful.”
chips and compost available at old city landfill
Arbor Day tree planting
society in Mason City offers free dance lessons
clinic will be April 29
accepting applications for summer teen volunteers
weather hits Logan County—more
Lincoln: A destination
Lincoln man now in the NBA
New vice-president and trust
officer at Logan County Bank