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Wedding Vows Exchanged Pamela Lynn Cowan & Damian Albert Larson Chris and Amy Cowan of Chestnut, and Jim and Jan Sampson of Pleas- ant Plains, are proud to announce the marriage of their daughter, Pamela Lynn Cowan to Damian Albert Larson. Pare is a 2009 Gradu- ate of Mt. Pulaski High School. She moved on to Western Illi- nois University to study Elementary Education. Darnian is the son of LeRoy and Lisa Robinson of Ashland and Ron Larson of Chandlerville. Damian is a 2008 graduate of Lawrence Adult School in Springfield. Damian joined the United State Marine Corps in 2008 where he works as a LVS Opera- tor. He is currently stationed at Camp Peneton, Ca. The couple married August 20,2010 in San Diego, and celebrated with family and friends by renewing their vows June 11, 2011 at Fraase Farms, New Berlin. They currently reside in Vista, Cali- fornia where Damian serves in the United States Marine Corps based at Camp Pendleton and Pam works as a cashier/receptionist at North Coun- ty's House of Motorcycles in Vista. Proud grandparents of the bride are Bob and Dorothy Cowan of Mt. Pulaski, Ed and Lorene Stoll of Chestnut, Jennie and the late James Sampson of St. Petersburg, FI and James and Susan Mills of Arkansas City, KS. Proud grandparents of the groom are Lou and the late Harry Ham- mond of Ashland, Judy Smith of Springfield, and Butch and Donna Kunz of Riverton. Celebrate 40 th Wedding Anniversary Mark Bradshaw & Kathleen Rose Miller Mark Bradshaw Miller and Kathleen Rose Behrens were married Saturday, August 7, 1971 in Walnut, IL. The couple has resided in the rural Latham / Chestnut area since their 1873 graduation from WSU. Mark continues to farm in Logan / Macon / DeWitt Counties. Kathy taught English for 20-years and currently is the Mt. Pulaski School District Librarian. They have two children - Andrew (Amanda) Miller, Chatham and Elizabeth Miller, Chicagol They have one grandchild - Drake William Miller. The only way to keep your health is to eat what you don't want, drink what you don't like, and do P what you'd rather not. Mark Twain ) :! 12 Thank You From Nit, Pulaski Township Historical Society Thank you to Buff's Family Restaurant, ABC&G Real Estate & Appraisal and Down ing, Przykopanski, Cle- ments and May Insur-' ance Agency for making their windows available to us for display during the Mt. Pulaski 175th Celebration. NEoditots tel]ook By Mike Lakin Rebecca Drake can't catch a break. After sending in the correction on Audie Murphy, Bob Lucas called in another correction. John Wayne didn't portray Audie Murphy in the movie "To Hell and Back". Audie Murphy portrayed him- self. Did You Know - H.S. Army says it may soon equip all troops with smart phones. July 3 rd Family Gathering in Cornland What a wonderful July 4th week- end! Congratulations to Tom Martin and the Mt. Pulaski 175th Anniver- sary Committee for all of your hard work and dedication to this fantastic celebration. With all the activities planned for that week-end, and .since the major- ity of our family graduated from Mt. Pulaski High School, most had made plans to come back to "The .Hill" to join in the festivities. So I thought, "Ah, what a good opportunity for all of us to get together." Early in the year I emailed everyone and said, "Hold the date!" On Sunday, July 3 at noon our family gathered at our home in Cornland for good food, lots of fun and plenty of visiting. Two new members had joined our family since we were together two years ago, one year old Clayton Matthew Shelton whose parents are Matthew and Julie, grand- son to Marcia Meyer, and our first great-grandson. Also, one month old Bailey LeeAnn Clark, daughter of Chad and Shaunda Clark, granddaughter of Wayne and Carla Clark. Being the busy week- end it was some had to leave early to attend their class reunion that night and some had other family gatherings to go to in the evening. We were happy to have some stay to visit more and help us eat all the food left over from Red Book Reminder Don't forget to order the new Mr. PulasM History Book (Red Book) with history flom the last twenty-five years honor- ing the 175th anniver- sary of Mt. Pulaski. More pages have been added so there will be twenty-four color pages of this years celebra- tions, from New Year's Eve through the July celebration. Lots of pictures are included and it will be a great addition to the Blue Book. Cost is $64.05 plus $7 if you need it shipped. Call Sue Schaffenacker at 792-5693 or Joyce Max- heimer at 792-5723. Reprints of the Blue Books are also available at a cost of $58.70 plus $11 for shipping. Mt. Pulaski Times lunch. All in all it was a very enjoy- able weekend from start to finish. Those joining us on Sunday were, Kent and Sheila Anderson, Sunrise Beach, MO; Pat and Stacy Bailey, Sharma and Seamtts,.Ballwin, MO; Darren Anderson, Katelyn, Emma and Leak Elkhart; Wayne and Carla Clark, Lake Fork; Doug and Angie Marlin, Rachel, Brett and Blake, Lincoln; Chad and Shaunda Clark, Tucker and Bailey, Urbana, IA; Mike and Carl Kennington, Jes- sica and Colin, Aurora, IL; Marcia Meyer, Indianapolis, IN; Amy Dan- nenberger, Chicago; Jim and Emily WiUan and Olivia, Springfield; Mat- thew Shelton and Clayton, Spring- field; Monica Edgecomb, Jenna and MoUie, Rochester; Jason and Annette Veech, Jadon and Gage, Lincoln; Kyle Veech, Mt. Pulaski, and friend Nicole; Nancy Payne, Lincoln. Submitted by B. Harlean Veech Mt Pulaski Red Lyn-Nita Vineyards of ElkviUe, ILlinois were on the courthouse lawn during the 175 h celebration and were selling 'qfft. Pulaski Red", Illinois Sweet Table Wine, which they made especially for the 175th anniversary of Mt. Pulaski, and carries a special label. They have some left and would be willing to bring them to Mt. Pulaski if we have enough orders. Labels are also available. If interested, please call Sue Schaffenacker at 792-5693 to get your name on the list. August 6, 2011