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Powell Insurance Agcy Inc Deron Powell CPCU, Agent Mt Pulaski, IL 62548 Bus: 217492-3371 deron@deronpowell.com Your good neighbor has a roadmap just for you. Does planning for your retirement leave you feeling a bit lost? I can get you headed in the right direction. Uke a good neighbor, State Farm is there? CALL METODAY, 8JStateFarm I001026,1 State Farm, Home Office, Bloomington, IL Over 30 Years Experience General Contracting Professional Service. Home Town Commitment FU IU] " Bonded  Uzlsed License # 104- 008527 Ray Inman 454-3090 Rochester Tax Service Keti D. Bea CPA Certified QuickBooks Pro-Advisor 217-498-8692 2007-416-8507 KBeattyCPA@hotmail.com Silo Center P O Box 583 Rochester IL 62563-0583 Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy 507 E Chestnut 792-5081 July 13 Madonna Boyle (Madonna's Travel and Tours) will have a meeting and slide show on the The Shroud of Turin Tour of Italy April 12 - April 20, 2015 at St. Thomas Aquinas church on Sunday, July 13 at 2 PM. For more information, see Madonna's ad this paper. Kane Alexander Mette was born May 6, 2014, 8:17p.m., at St. Anthony Memorial Hospita/in Effingham. He weighed 6 lbs, 9 oz, and was 19 inches long. Kane is the son of Andrew and Kristen (Beckers) Metre of rural Dieterich. Kane was welcomed home by his brother Kort,2. Grandparents are George & Anna Beck- ers of Mt.Pulaski and Don and Nancy Mette of rural Dieterich. Great-grandparents are Shirley Buckner and Lester Jarnagin and the late Roy and Opal Beckers all of Mt. Pulaski; the late Herman and Stella Mette of rural Dieterich; Florence Probst of Wheeler: and the late Bernard Probst. State Fair Tram Time Signup for tram volunteers can now be made at Mt. Pulaski City Hall during regu- lar office hours. July 15 Mt. Pulaski Township Highway Com- missioner and Trustees joint meeting is 6:30PM Tuesday July 15 at the township office, S. Spring St. PRIMITIVES By Wool Barn... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. U14 Update June 22 Mt Pulaski U14 Pony baseball improved to 9 and 0 on the season Friday June 20) with a win against WL pony #1 by a score of 6 to 0. - Garret Skelton had2 singles and 1 RBI and Jake Trauner had 2 singles and 2 RBIs. Pitcher Garrett Luckhart had 11 strike- outs and 1 home run. Thank You From The Mt. Pulaski Library - We want to thank our Phoenix Firefight- ers and Chief of Police Lynn Freer for giv- ing of their time and letting us come to the firehouse and giving a fun program to all our kids. It was great! Thank You From Dean & Aubrey Bryson - Thank You to our friends, neighbors, and relatives for celebrating our 554 Wedding Anniversary with us, and for the cards, phone calls, and gifts. A Special Thank You to Mary, Sue, Irene, and Marinda for organizing the surprise Open House and the delicious lunch they served, and anyone else who helped in any way. Thank You Kindly, Dean & Aubrey Thank You From Harold & Wanda Tendick A Big Thank You to our family and friends for their prayers, cards, visits, and phone calls when Harold was in the hospi- tal and since returning home. Thanks to our sons, Steve and Gary, who came home when we needed them. Also thanks to Pastor Decker for the vis- its to our home and to the hospital. Many thanks to all who came and helped out when needed. We appreciate it so very much. God's blessings to all. Food Program & Ministerial Association Update As we have continued to ask for your help as a community, we feel an account- ing is due. Our food program is now serving 66 chil- dren in our community. Our first shopping trip was $819.05. Our second trip was in the amount of $934.55. This will be enough food for about five weeks. The Ministerial Association has no funds left to help. They have provided assistance with medical bills, rent; fuel, and electric- ity cost for the people in our community as well. There funds need - also - to be re- plenished. In light of this urgent need, we ask that our community dig a little deeper to help us all meet these basic needs. Food, heat, and medical care are not luxuries, but necessi- ties ! We thank you in advance for any addi- tional help you can give. Checks made out to the Ministerial Association should des- ignate either food program or ministerial care. God bless, and may we all continue to work together to help those who need us. Sincerely - Mary Brown and Judy Knauer Goldman Sachs trader calls his $8.2 Million bonus "unfair" and filed a lawsuit asking for $16 Million more. . b':. = O I.L