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Wedding Vows Exchanged 8 Steve Schilt took these photos of the fire trucks and fire fighters, following the garage fire in the vicinity of the 500 block of W. Jefferson St, Mt. Pulaski Saturday, January 23. Sullivan - Hild Nichole Lynn Sullivan and Carl Wayne Hild were united in marriage September 26, 2009 at the Patrick C. Haley Mansion in Joliet by the Rev. Thomas Norwalk. Maid of Honor was Lauren Fox, friend of'the bride. Brides- maids were Kimberly Sull.ivan, sister of the bride and Nicole McCallum, friend o'fthe bride. Best man was Justin Lash, friend of the groom. Groomsmen were Eric Carlson, friend of the groom and J. C. 0live, brother of the groom. Flower girls were Gwendolyn and V.ivian Galleher, cousins of the bride. Ringbearer was Logan Lash, godson of the bride and groom. Ushers were Benjzmin Hulsey, cousin of the bride, Scott Meyland, Kurt Meyland, and Stephen Schahl, cousins of the groom. Parents of the bride are Douglas and Susan Sullivan of Joliet. Grandparents of the bride are Jean Hulsey and the late George Hulsey, Kathy Sullivan, and Daniel and Shery Sullivan. Parents of the groom are Harry W. and Jean Hild of Mt. Pulaski. Grandparents of the groom are Lois Schahl and the late Clifford Schahl, and Harry E. and the late Claudia Hild. 'After a honeymoon cruise to the Caribbean, the couple resides in Chatham. t t I O O wa t What's your idea of financial security? Let's get together for a free, no-obligation Insurance and Financial Review to make sure you have the right protection for today and the right plan for tomorrow. Larry D. Medaris LUTCF 31 6 S. Washington - Mt. Pulaski 792-3778 FINANCIAL www.€ountryfinanclaLcom Every day we make choices and decisions. There are big ones and small ones. Some days seem filled with one decision after another while other days are less demanding. What is our process for making decisions? Do we have a process? Do we need one? Some choices are easy enough for. us that we . make them without even con- sciously thinking about them. Others are more difficult. These may need some time Join us Tfiursday Evenings until 8 for Italian We serve dinner from 5 to 8 Dinner is 12.95 ..d .a.des - safadj dinneG dessert and iced lea or coffee Walk ins are welcome and take out is available. Special Friday Evenin 9 Dinners Offered twice a monlfi, el/joy a - by reservation only - Five Course Dinner. Tfi˘ Special Menu is available by oaf fin 9 792-5100 or e-mail Co..0000u Te. Room 2152 - 600th St. - Mt. Pulaski HOURS WEDNESDAY - SATURDAY LUNCH 11 TO 3 & DESSERT, COFFEE, OR TEA 3 TO 5 792 5100 i i i i Jus' Thinkin' and consideration: As we think through our choice what is our focus? Is our intention to do the right thing or is it mor focused on getting our own way? It is great when the two considerations can come together. That can make it easy and some- times even fun. It can be harder when what we want and what is the right thing are different. This difference can set up a struggle within ourselves, if our intention is to choose wisely. We may tell ourselves that what we want, and what is good, are the same thing, but are we being honest with ourselves? Do we care enough to do the work of thinking it through? Do we think about short and long- term consequences as best we can? Do we think about it too much and.become unable to make a decision? Having a standard by which to measure things can be helpful, as can be having a goal. Does the choice support the standard or goal or is it in contradiction to it? Our decisions and choices do have consequences in Qur lives and the lives of others. I was just thinkin'. I hope we choose wisely and well. M. Tait Golfer: "Please stop checking your watch all the time, it's distracting!" English Caddy: "This isn't a watch, • .Sir. Ira a cornoassI" .............. 02:LHO