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Lorene Stoll, Congressman Aaron Schock, and Christy Luster. Tony Curcuru, Jim and Lisa Drew, Congressman Aaron Shock, Christy Luster, Bob Pharis, Larry Huelskoetter, Lorene Stoll, Martha and Larry Gleason. Photos were taken at the Farm Bureau Convention in Chicago, the first weekend of December. Check on the tax-time advantage of an INDIVIDUAL RETIREMENT ANNUITY If you qualify, you may contribute up to the lesser of $5,000 or 100% of compensation. If you are 50 years or more, you may contribute up to the lesser of" $6,000 or 100% of compensation. If neither you nor your spouse'is an active participant in an employer-wovided retirement plma, you may deduct the full amount of the contribution. Call your local Pekin Life Insurance Company Agent to see if you qualify. Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, '""" 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski Pekin Life Insurance Company Named 2009 Top Performer 9 792-5251 I Wedding Announcement Beckers - Mette !!!  ,i i"i : Kristen Elizabeth Beckers of Mt. Pulaski and Andrew Herman Mette of Bishop Creek were united in marriage on Saturday August 15, 2009 at St. Aloysius Catholic Church, Bishop Creek. The ceremony was performed by Ft. Allen Moran and Co-Celebrants Fr. Thomas Shaw and Fr. Joseph Carlos. Parents of the bride are George and Anna Beckers of Mt. Pulaski. Parents of the groom are Don and Nancy Mette of Bishop Creek. Grandparents of the bride are Shirley Buek- ner, Lester Jarnagin, and ()pal Beekers all of Mt. Pulaski, and the late Roy Beckers. Grand- parents of the groom are Florence Probst of Wheeler, the late Bernard Probst and the late Herman and Stella Mette. The bride chose her sister, Erin Beekers, as maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Karen Kocher and Jennifer Mette, sisters of the groom; Erica Jarnagin, cousin of the bride; Mary Evelyn Schroeder, friend of the bride. Junior brides- maids were Alexandra Beckers and Leah Beck- ers, sisters of the bride. Flower girls were Kate Beckers, sister of the bride; Estella Mette, niece of the groom. Bridal assistant was Jackie Mette, sister-in-law of the groom. The groom chose his brother, Steve Mette, as best man. Groomsmen were Joe Mette and Jon Mette, brothers of the groom; Dan Kocher, brother-in-law of the groom; Chris Mette, cousin of the groom. Junior Groomsmen were Lee Mette and Brett Mette, brothers of the groom. Ring bearer was Reid Beckers, nephew of the bride. Ushers were Mitchell Beckers and Cole Beck- ers, brothers of the bride; Neil Goeckner, friend of the groom; Dean Helmink, friend of the groom. Music was provide d by organist Rita Scana- vino and vocalist Joey Scanavion and Kaci Probst. 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August was 3.97". 11-4.03" 11-19.27" 11-11.04" 11-20.10" 11-16 1.11" 11-25.45" 11-17 1.29" 11-26.02" 11-18.53" 11-30.01" TOTAL 3.91" Repair i Restoration for most model trains Can regularly service Locomotives including  fine tuning, cleaning & lubrication Work Guaranteed Special Attention to Restoratiot of models of sentimental value John Utterback 301 S Garden - Mt. Pulaski 792-5658 4 tfk F t I k,,a