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16 Acupuncture was first used as a medical treatment in 2700 BC by Chinese emperor Shen-Nung. Care Mt. Pulaski Times Thank You From Mt. Pulaski VFW Mt. Pulaski VFW Scroggin-Gee Post 777 wishes to thank all of those who supported our annual Super Bowl Break- fast this year. Despite the poor weather, we served 20 more people and together with generous donations, we realized a net of $606.99. Roger Bates, Commander Phil Bertoni, Quartermaster SlU School of Medicine MT. PULASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Gravlin Nurse Practitioner OPEN: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 8-S TUES/WED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:30 Charleigh Sue Barrett is the daughter of Tenille Bar- rett and Brandon Coley of Minooka. Proud grandparents are Doug & Yvonne (Cyrulik) Barrett of Minooka; Kevin Coley of Minooka; and Marsha Coley of Rock Island. Proud great-grandparents are Kenny & Hollie Cyrulik of Mt. Pulaski and Bill & Sharon Barrett of Chenoa. Proud great-great-grand- parents are Vista Barrett of Chenoa and Helen Holder- field of Mino6ka. MANLEY UMENTS We guarantee the lowest price pr the highest quality monuments & craftsmanship since 1945 ICKOX DR. - LINCOLN 735 -4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.com LLCC Announces Fall 2010 Full-Time List Lincoln Land Commu- nity College has announced its full-time President's and Vice President's lists for the fall 2010 semester. Full-time students are those enrolled in 12 or more credit hours. Area students honored are." Chestnut - Riley E. Boyd* (Earned a GPA of 4.0) Chestnut - Kai Yin Ho Mt, Pulaski- Justin W. Carlin* (Earned a GPA of 4.0) Mt. Pulaski- Kody J. Letterle* (Earned a GPA of 4.0) Accomplished Woodcarver half brothers, Herman, Fred and Floyd Letterly; and four half sisters, Lulu Stoll, Anna Shroth, Edythe Chapman and Myrtle Smith. Mr. Letterly, was born July 4, 1907, in Xenia, the son of Adam and Emma (Ingrain) Letterly. When he was 1- year old, his family moved to Iowa. He attended country school, then Onawa High School. Mr. Letterly lived in Monona County all his life except for four years in Minnesota. He married Alice Ander- son of Whiting, Iowa in 1935, at Sioux City. She passed away Jan. 31, 1988. He was united in marriage Raymond H. in South Dakota to Fern "Uncle lymond" McCall of Castana, Iowa, Letterly, 103, of Onawa, They made their home Iowa formerly of in Monona County and Mapleton, Iowa, died recently lived at Elmwood Monday, Jan. 17, 2011, at Care Centre in Onawa. Burgess Health Center. Mr. Letterly enjoyed fin- ! Funeral Services were at ished woodcarving, which the First Christian Church he followed for many years. in Onawa. Rev. John: Sears He won many ribbons at Officiated. Burial was in state shows m Waterloo Kennebec Cemetery, Cas- and international shows in l tana, Iowa. He was preceded Davenport. in death by his parents; wife, Mr. Lettedy is survived Alice; two brothers, Armont by his wife, Fern of Onawa; Letterly and Velmo Letterly stepsons; many nieces and and his wife, Fern; one sister, nephews in the Mt. Pulaski Sally Mankenberg and her _ Latham area; and other husband, Clifford; three relatives and friends. February 19, 2011 Thank You From The Family of Emagene Green Heartfelt thanks to all for the visits, flowers, memori- als, food, cards, love, support, prayers and care extended on Emagene Green's behalf. Special appreciation to the Mt. Pulaski Christian church, Rev. Mark Weber and those who prepared a wonderful meal. To Boots, Keith and Sandy Wilham - you are very special people to "babysit" Squirt while mother was at Vonder- lieth. Knowing that her little compamon was loved and cared for gave 'mother much peace. This community is so for- tunate to have Vonderlieth and their wonderful staff. Not only did they care for mother, they cared for us during our vigil. Kudos to Jo Hilliard for her leadership there. To those who ministered in any way, it was appreciated. May God bless you all abun- dantly as you have blessed us.