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"ir'h'ay Card Shower NOLA PETERSON will cele-' brate her 80 th Birthday Monday, July 19. To send her birthday wishes, send them to - CONSTRUCTION ROOFING ToddStoll 217.494.8504 License # 104.015627 125 Lyons St. Spaulding IL 62561 Nola Peterson C/O Vonderlieth Living Center Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 There are more Irish in New York City "than in Dublin, Ireland; more Italians in New York City than in Rome, Italy; and more Jews in New York City than in Tel Aviv, Israel. Canada is an Indian word meaning 'Big Village.' Storage Space Available 500 S. Garden St. -Mt. Pulaski Drive away with savings onyour auto insurance "s.yod **,',xp.c,,d," PEKIN" ff I'N$11RANCE 90 Years Young BOYD HAHN, JR. ICK" will celebrate his 90 th birthday July 17. Boyd was born July 17, 1920 the son of Boyd & Clara Devers Hahn of Logan County. He graduated h'om Mt. Pulaski High School and attended tile Uni- versity o Wisconsin after serving in the U.S. Navy. He married Flossie Bell. His children are - Michael of Crest- line, California and Alan of Sheri- dan, Arkansas. Boyd's address is: Boyd Hahn, P 0 Box 8294, Fort Mohave, AZ 86427 Mt. Pulaski First United Meth- odist Church will the headquar- ters for Vacation Bible School this year. This summer, V.BS will be July 19 -- 23 for children ages 3 through 9 th,grade. Supper will be served at 5"30Pm with VBS from 6Pm to 8Pm. Meet July 19 Logan County Genealogical and Historical Society meets at 6:30 Monday, July 19 at 114 North Chi- cago St., Lincoln. Presentation "Original Glass Plates Used as Negatives in the Late 1800's and Early .1900s" by David Doolin. Public Welcome. inhonor of Logan Veterans, the book "This Is Our Story", Volume 2 is now available at a reduced price. The book is a collection of Logan County veteran's stories. BRITTANY HOLMES graduated with her Masters in Education, Higher Education Administration, on May 16 from the University of Missouri - St Louis. Brittany graduated as the Out- standing Graduate of 2009-2010 for the Higher Education Administra- tion degree. She is now working at Harris Stowe State University in St Louis as an Academic Adviser. Brittany is the daughter of Gregory and Tammy Holmes of Mt. Pulaski and granddaughter of Dean and Roberta Lynn of Mason City and the late John Sr. and Lou Holmes of Mt Pulaski. 4 GRIFFIN BRUNSON of Dawson graduated June 6 from Tri-City " High School. t. Griffin was active in baseball, soCcer, and basketball. He was a member of National Honor Soci- ety, Student Council, an Illinois State scholar, and the Senior Class e President. t Griffin will attend Penn State ' University where he has been admitted to the Schreyer Honors . College and will study Aerospace - Engineering. Griffin is the son of Mike & Beth Brunson of Dawson; the grandson of Charlene Shanle and I.-, the late Duane Shanle; and the  great-grandson of Robert & Alma Shanle. SIU School of Medicine MT. PULASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Gravlin Nurse Practitionel Accidents will happen - great or small. With our VIP Claim Service, you will get fast, reliable, and no-hassle claim service. Ask about how you can stretch your protection, too, without straining your budget with auto discounts like Multi-Car Discount, Loss Free Discount, Good Student Discount, Low Mileage Discount, Hybrid Auto Discount, Auto/Home Discount, and more. Call your Pekin Insurance W' Agent today for Auto Insurance Beyond the expected. '' Downing, Przykopanski, Clements & May Insurance Agency, "=" 124 S. Washington St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5251 I www.pekininsurance, corn "Let's Dance" DJ Service Weddings, Graduations Anniversaries, Pa School Dances 1217.792.5401 Irmartindj service@grnail'cm Plumbing Heating Cooling Backhoe Service Septic Systems Mayor Jim Fuhrer congratulated the Mt. Pulaski Street Department Employees and Public Works Director Mike Patridge on the added parking spaces at the Mt. Pulaski Post Office. Times Photo OPEN: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 8-5 TUES/VVED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:3.0 Mt. Pulaski Annual 4th of July Fried Chicken Dinner : 10:30am to l:30pm :, Carryouts- Delivery Call 737-0310 or 341-8967 i Donation Adult $7 Children 10 & under $3.50 Under 3-FREE : Fried Chicken, roll, drink, potato salad, green beans, apple sauce & dessert Scroggin -Gee V.F.W. Hall Post #777 South Side of Mt Pulaski Square