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Did You Know - A Chicago man became United Airlines' first 10 Million mile flier. . 150 human and animal hybrids have been created in British laboratories. Your TV Headquarters Looking For A Particular Model TV? Give Us An Opportunity To Get You A Price! We Carry A Full Line Of HDTVs From... () HITACHI 0 LG Panasodc SHARP TOSHIBA We Are Logan County's Authorized Dealer for Dish Network And DirectTV We're The "Local Guys" We Perform Our Own Installs & Service NETWORK* DIRECTV MIHIEIBI IEI'/IIIR We Offer The Best Pre-Paid Wireless Service in Logan County... S pagepl'us ji00er00ug Why Choose P&M? Locally Owned & Locally Operated We Have Been Serving Logan County for 28 Years We Have Service For All Products We Sell "In" or "Out" of Warranty Should You Need Assistance. We Won't Hand You An 800# To Call Should You Need Service - Wireless - Audio/Video 2235 W Mound Rd Decatur, IL 62526 217-877-2235 616 N Chicago St Lincoln, IL 62656 217-732-3331 Kennedy Nicole turned 1 on July 27. She is the daughter of Jeremy and Kara Davis of Mt. Pulaski. Her grand- parents are Bob and Lisa Brown of Mt. Pulaski and Jerry and Sharon Davis of Sherman. Great-Grandparents are Tom and Waneta Stephens of Mt. Pulaski and Toots Davis of Elkhart. Logan County Democrats were in 175 th Celebration Parade. And here they are. Construction & Remodeling Locally Owned / Fully Insured Kevin Hild 217-671-0200 Nit. Pulaski House Book As President of the Mt. Pulaski Township Historical Society, I wish to give a huge THANK YOU to Rick Volle and the Farmers Bank for purchasing and donating the origi- nal "Mt. Pulaski House Registry". We tried to pur- chase the book for our museum, but do to our limited budget we could not purchase it. Rick stepped forward and purchased the book and donated it to the museum. Without these benefactors, we could not operate. Thank you Rick and the Farmers Bank. Stop by and view this historical book. Darrell Knaner Payne Reunion Descendants of Willis Franklin and Lydia Copeland Payne will hold their annual reunion at 11:30 a.m., Sunday August 28 at the Lake Fork Commu- nity Center. Bring a dish to pass and drinks and tableware furnished. Friends of the family are welcome. For fur- ther information con- tact Brynne Monier at bmonier20@gmail.com or 21%725-4306. How come nobody gives me a financial plan I can understand? COUNTRY does. Larry D. Medaris LUTCF 31 6 S. Washington - Mr. Pulaski 792-3778 08tl-Sff2HO FINANCIAl. www.countryflnanclal.com Mt. Pulaski Times Last of the Summer The last flee movie of the summer at the Chestnut Commons, Saturday, August 27. Showing that night will be Bambi 2. Prior to the movie, food will be served beginning at 5:30, the GeoCenter committee's thanks to the commu- nity for its support. Shortly before the start of the movie, there will be a cakewalk featuring a variety, of baked treats. Please bring lawn chairs or blankets. Profits for the year will be used in com- munity improvements or needs. Submitted By- Jo Richner Editors Notebook By Mike Lakin You'll hear the com- ment, "Illinois should be divided into two states. Give the upper part to Chicago and leave the rest to us". President Thomas Jefferson actu- ally proposed that Illinois be divided into three states. The upper third would have been the State of Assenisipia. The lower third would have been the State of Poly- potamia. The central sec- tion would have been the State of IUinoia. At least we would have had the most decent name of the three. Old Tom really had a thing for Classic Greek sounding names. an eslnul b., Restaurant i e00day Fried Chieke. Friday attish-Walleye Tilapia Sun., Men., Wed., Thurs 6:00 to 2:00 Tues., Fri., Sat. 6:00 to 2:00 & 4:30 to 7:30 I I August 6, 2011