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Lawrence O. Montgomery Take good care of morn, and keep out of the sand traps! Sincerely - Roy & Mary Ann Montgomery Times Subscriptions $28 (until 12-31-10) First Class Thank You The family of Erma Phillips We would like to thank our family and friends for theoutpour- ing of support we received on the passing of Erma. Thank you for all the cards. flowers, memorials, food and espe- cially those of you who were able to make it to the visitation and funeral. Thank you to the kind, courteous and professional staff of Fricke- Calvert-Schrader for their service Erma M. Phillips, 88, of Mt. Pulaski died May 18, 2010 at Abraham Lincoln Memo- rial Hospital at 2:40Am. Funeral Services were Thursday May 20 at Fricke-Calvert- Schrader Funeral Home, Mt; Pulaski. Bill Shanle officiated. Burial was in Steenber- gen Cemetery. Her Parents - Elbertie M. and Violet Mockbee Ayer, Son - Bi.llie Phillips, Brother - Elbert and Sister - Mary Herrin preceded her in death. Mrs. Phillips was a Homemaker. She was born October 22. 1921 in Mt. Pulaski a daughter of Elbertie M. and Violet Mockbee Ayer. She mar- ried Walter Earl Phillips on November 26. 1938dn Bowling Green; Mis- souri. Survivors Include - Mt. Pulaski Times mailed and a special thank you to Billy Jo Husband - W. Earl Phillips of Mt. Pulaski; Sons - Larry Lee (Sue) Phil- First Class (In Envelope) Shanle for his long-standing and lips of Escondido, California and Dan (Betty) Phillips of Mt. Pulaski; on-going support. " Daughter - Mary Ann (Thomas) Trago of Mt. Pulaski; and Brother "- Her- $32 (through 12-31-2010) w. Earl Phillips & Family bert Ayers of Arminta, California.  -" Mrs. Phillips was a member of the Buffalo Christian Church. L EY Memorials - Buffalo Christian Church. Loren Dale Schroeder graduated from  IN Ikk" I Mt. Pulaski High School. His parents moved to Mt. Pulaski to the at= - farm the now Norm and Judith Maxhei- mar live on, both of the boys graduated from Mt. Pulaski High School. We guarantee the lowest price for the highest, quality r monuments & Loren Dale Schroeder. 76, formerly from Lincoln and Mt. Pulaski. died Wednesday, May 5, 2010 at his home in Katy, Texas. He had lived in that area since 1979. Funeral Services were Saturday, May 8 at the Schmidt Funeral Home, Katy, Texas. His Parents - Walter John Frank Schro- eder and Nelva Julia Dierker Schroeder Sister - Marilyn Hickman preceded him in death. Mr. Scllroeder was born December 28, 1933 in Lincoln the son of Walter John Frank Schroeder and Nelva Julia Dierker Schroeder. He married Barbara Ann Mullen in Alice. Texas on August 3. 1968. Survivors Include - His wife of 41 years; Children - John F. (Jenni- fer) Schroeder, Barbaraa Jeanne Schroeder, Nancy (Shawn) Ketcher- side and Sarah (Shenan) Stanley; Grandchild - Sydney Ketcherside, Brother - Wilferd Schrpeder: Sister - Dorothy Giordano: Cousins - Laverda Taylor and JoAnna Marlin of Lincoln as v/ell as other relatives and friends. Mr. Schroeder was a veteran of the U.S. Army. He graduated from Mt. Pulaski High School. Memorials: American Diabetes Association. 2400 Augusta Drive., Suite 112, Houston, TX 77957. craftsmanshi p Servingfa00nilid,s since 1945- 7:[3 HICKOX DR, -LINCOLN 7'35-4939 Man - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon - After Hours by Appt. manleymonumentsC-ahoo.com Harriet Wyneken Hahn, 98, of Morton, formerly of Pekin, died at 2:30 a.m. Friday, June 4, 2010, at Apostolic Christian Rest- mar in Morton. She was a member of Bethel LutheranChurch in Morton, where services will be held Wednesday, June 9 with Rev. Jeff Anderson offic!ating. Graveside service will be held at l:45Pm Wednesday, June 9 in Mt. Pulaski Ceme- tery. Mrs. Hahn was born January 31, 1912, in Carlinville the daughter of Rev. Fred and Frieda (Daib) Wyneken. She married Rev. Edwin W. Hahn of Mt. Pulaski on July 11, 1936. He preceded her in death on November 1. !998. She also was pre- ceded in death by her parents; two broth- ers and three sisters. Survivors Include - Sons - Richard (Cindy) Hahn of Eustis, Fla., and Warren (Roberta) Hahn of Ormond Beac h, Fla.; Daughters - Suzanne Appel of Lacey, Wash., and Sheila (Dr. John) Lovell of Tremont; seven grandchildren; and seven great-grandchildren. Mrs Hahn graduated from South Side High School and International College, both in Fort Wayne, Ind. Harriet held a secretarial position in the home office of Lincoln National Life Insurance Co. of Fort Wayne and later at the University of Illinois in Urbana. She often served as an organist, Sunday School and Vacation Bible We Are Working... To Continue to Seruice Caterpillar Employees end RESTflT Customers Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy 507 E Chestnut 792-5081 Dana Manley 3 rd" Generation Memorial Specialist Hours Monday- Friday 9-4:30 / ................ "-:--'X"- ..... "J---'\\; / \\; \\; I| c. .   sift. u,  I/ i , J / / / / / / /] Saturday-9-12 .-'/ /.--/ /--' f f " I / .-/ i / " l l/ (i_ / / / _4. ......... G..__.d_..._._J After Hours By Appointment 106 th Stre,00t_ Lincoln School teachers at her husband's churches. She also served on the Board of Directors of the Lutheran Women's Missionary League of the Central Illinois District. She vol- unteered to read asSignments to blind students at the University of Illinois and Concordia Seminary in St. Louis. Harriet was a great-granddaugh- ter of the Rev. Dr. F.C.D. Wyneken, pioneer missionary, who in 1850 became the' president of the Lutheran Church - Missouri Synod until 1864. Memorials: Bethel Lutheran School, 325 E. Queenwood Road, Morton, IL 61550, Bethel Lutheran Church, 425 N. Missouri Ave., Morton, IL 61550, or to the Lutheran Blind Mission, 7550 Watson Road, St. Louis, MO 63119. Martha WashMgton is the only woman whose portrait has ever appeared on a US currency note. Her portrait was on the face of the Peaslely Memorials Toll Free 877-465-7773 I 217-732-7773 Lincoln & Logan,County s Only Locally: Owned Monument Company I Mike's.Desk 2 By Mike Lakin Alisha Kaesebier of Broadwell received a pin and certificate for completing the Basic Nurse Assistant course at Lincoln Land Community College. She is now eligible to take the Nurse Aide Competency Exam to become certified nursing assistants (CNA). Phil Bertoni is passing along the web- site for the Mt. Pulaski 175 Celebra- tion, It is www.mtpulaski175th.net. * Jus' Thinkin' This always seemsto be quite P' a busy time of year. This year  is no exception. I see it in people and events all  around me and in the news. At II times it is difficult to find the time to think, it is more like react to  or deal with the present eireum-  stance and move on to the next  needful of our attention. I .. thing have heard it referred to as the  argent versus the important. They are not always the same things. In any ease, subtler, quieter, but no less important items are pushed down in the stack or the thinking. Our time. energy, attention, and ability are finite. The demands on them seem to be infinite. It would seem therein lies a great formula for stress. In the midst of it all, it is healthy to look for ways to care for our- selves that support us. and thus we can be better for ourselves and for others. If we are to love others, as we love ourselves, that says to me we need a healthy self-care as a first step. I hope we all find time to take a deep breath, find moments of calm and peace and thankfulness that are restoring and refreshing. If we wait until it is all over, what- ever it is, to exhale, we may sicken from stale air; or no air at all. There is benefit to "fresh air" in alot of ways. May we all find a "fresh wind". There is a saying that goes: Don't wait for the storm to pass, learn to.dance in the rain. Life has its ups and downs, it can be how we deal with them that makes all the difference, both for ourselves and those our lives touch. Life isn't easy, much as we wish it were. Helping others and ourselves in a positive and realistic way can ben- efit us all. Now, I will move on to the next thing and as time and tasks allow, do some thinkin, M. Tait "Doughnut Scums" Con artists are attempting to scum consumers into pro- viding Social Security numbers and other personal information, according to the Illinois Depart- ment of Insurance. Medicare Part D participants and nursing home residents have received calls from scammers pre- tending to be federal government agents. They aren't. The scammers ask for Social Security numbers and other personal information so that the victim's Medicare pre- scription drug coverage gap rebate check can be processed. The pri- mary target for these fake agents appears to be older Americans. "The $250 Medicare prescrip- tion drug rebate check included in the Affordable Care Act will be automatically sent to eligible enrollees," said Michael T. McRaith, Director of the Illinois $1 silver certificate issues of 1886 and Department of Insurance. "Unso- 1891, and on the back of the $1 silver lieited contact from anyone claim- ing to need a Social Security certificate of 1896. Sacagewea and number or other personal infor- Susan B. Anthony are the only women mation in order to process your pictured on a US coin. Both were hon- $250 rebate check is nothing more ored on a dolla coi n. ttlan a ruse to steal an identity or .  money or, both,", ....