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6 SIU School of Medicine MT PULASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Graviin Nurse Practitioner OPEN: MONDAYS (. THURSDAYS 8-5 TUES/VVED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:30 Odd Fellow Heritage I !!!ii!!iiii!: Affordable Housing for qualified people Buffalo - Williamsville Illiopolis For mformaUon call: 217-364-4828 or 217-341-6453 Mt. Pulaski Times January 22, 2011 Celebrating Abraham Lincoln's Birthday February 12 Mount Pulaski Courthouse By Phil Bertoni 2:00 pm 1850's Cast-Iron Tombstone Trial Re-enactment Mt. Pulaski High School Drama Club - Donna Koehler, Director ****$3 Adult reserved tickets [GREEN] required (students, children FREE)**** ... proceeds to Mt. Pulaski HS Drama Club & MPTHS Museum 3:30 pm Guy Fraker talk on 1850's IL. Judicial Circuit - FREE .: this research to be published in his new book on the 1850's IL. 8th Judicial Circuit ****reserved tickets [YELLOW] required (all seats are free)**** 5 pm 1850's Cast-Iron Tombstone Trial Re-enactment Mt. Pulaski High School Drama Club- Donna Koehler, Director ****$3 Adult reserved ,tickets [ORANGE] required (students, children FREE)**** ... proceeds to Mt. Pulaski HS Drama Club & MPTHS Museum 6 pm Mary Todd Lincoln cake - FREE serving 7 pm Chris Vallillo (Civil War ballads & history) -FREE Chris Vallillo is a nation- Auxiliary Time Change For Meeting Mt. Pulaski American Legion Auxiliary members will meet at the Post Home at 1:30 p.m. Wed. Feb. 2. Members will carpool to the Decatur Veteran's Clinic. Bring cookies to leave in their hospitality-room. Questions? Call Marjorie Caley 792-5746. MANLEY UMENTS We guarantee the lowest price r the highest quality monuments & craftsmanship milies since 1945 DR. - LINCOLN 735-4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yalaoo.com ally acclaimed singer/songwriter and folk musician who makes the people and places of "unmetropolitan" America come to life in song. Pertbrming on six-string and bottleneck slide guitars and harmonica, Vallillo weaves original, contemporary, and traditional songs and narratives into a compelling and entertaining portrait of the history and lifestyles of the Midwest. He has been acclaimed by Dirty Linen magazine among others. A recipient of an Illinois Arts Council Artist Fellow- ship Award for music composition, Chris was also a nominee for the Illinois Arts Council's Governor's Award for Individual Artist and has received many other awards and acclamations over the past 30 years. ****reserved tickets [BLUE] required (all seats are free)**** Due to Limited Seating, All Events Require a Ticket ...($3 Adult for the Tomb- stone Performances or FREE tickets for Tombstone and/or Fraker/Vallillo Events) Tickets May Be Obtained at Salt Creek Attic and At The Door. Book Booster Be a Book Booster and help support the new Red History Book. Cost is $10 and would help cover the price of printing, book cover, etc. Your name will appear on a list of boost- ers in the book. Call Sue Schaffenacker at 792-5693 or sueeddie@frontier.com or leave a check at the above addresses. We need your support! Homemaker Verna Josephine Atteberry, 79, of Beason, died Wednesday, Jan. 5, 2011, at 3:20 a.m. at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital. Funeral Services were Sat- urday, Jan. 8 at Fricke-Cal- vert-Schrader Funeral Home, Lincoln Rev. Darell Howard officiated. Burial was in Keys Cemetery, rural Beason. Her Parents - Linus Everett and Lena Josephine Griffin Voyles; Sisters - Bernadine Montgomery, Irma McAdams, Ilene Southern-and Mildred Donnan; and Brother - Wayne Voyles preceded her in death. She was the last of her immedi- ate family. Page Sponsorships You can sponsor a page in the new Mt. Pulaski Red History Book and you would choose the page. Your name will appear at the bottom. Cost is $20. If interested, call Sue Schaffenacker at 792-5693 or leave check at the above locations. This helps to defray expenses of the book. Your support is always appreciated. Mrs. Atteberry was a homemaker. She was born Sept. 9, 1931, in Beason, the daughter of Linus Everett and Lena Josephine Griffin Voyles. She married Hadan "Ike" Atte- berry on Sept. 10, 1950, at the Beason United Methodist Church. Survivors Include - Husband - Harlan "Ike" Atteberry of Beason; Sons - James Atteberry of Tucson, Ariz., Gary (Judy) Atteberry of Lincoln and Darren Atteberry of Lin- coln; Daughter - Dena (Daniel) Sale of Chatham; and Grandchildren- Kyle and Katelyn Atteberry and Evan and Madeline Sale. b -l.I.J',;. "liJ.ll). ,,l  )i . .* ).L I . ". L ,,- '"  " ).'.1, l'= a .,.*l.%t..f