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3; JaranMcClellan  Hvunm Green Hyundai HYUnDR! #1 Volume Auto Sales Person in Central IL Voted SJ-R Favorite Sales Person Call 888416-7755 Or For Home Town Savings Mt. Pulaski Pharmacy 507 E Chestnut 792-5081 Discover the reasons our office has become a destination for quality orthodontic treatment in Central Illinois. Creating beautiful, healthy smiles for children and adults. 14OO N. Chicago St. Uncoln 217" 7 32" 1 073 m / .C. . ? 11  .nday-Nday 9:15rn 3:00 =.,:o N ,, FREE 2-year warranty FREE "Test Drives" for 30 days FREE lifetime servicing FREE screenings & consultations START HEARING WHAT YOU HAVE BEEN MISSING... CALL OR STOP IN TODAY. Don Dearth, Tech Joyce Dearth BC HJ.S. 1974 Reunion Mt. Pulaski Class of 1974 will be hav- ing their 40 th Class Reunion Saturday Sep- tember 6 on the Courthouse lawn. All Mt. Pulaski Alumni are invited to join the class inthe tent from 4-6 pm to hear the band "Haircut Actual". Hope to see you there! Notice to American Legion Members The Legion has been rented Wednesday, September. Our regular monthly meeting date has been changed to 6 PM Tuesday September 2. Kenneth Buckles, Commander ANTIQUES ...available at Salt Creek Attic Delora (Dee) Wilham Scott celebrated her 95th birthday August 30 with a small family celebration at Vondedieth Living Center. Born August 29, 1919 in Riverton to Albert and Cynthia (Beck) Wilham, she was the youngest of 14 children. The fam- ily moved to Mount Pulaski when Delora was 4 years old. She married Floyd Scott in 1936 in Peoria. They moved to Riverton in 1942. Mr. Scott retired from Allis-Chalm- ers; he died in 1994. Mrs. Scott retired from the Riverton School District. She is the mother of 3 children: Don Scott of Riverton. Ulanda Buckhold (de- ceased) and Gregg (Barbara) Scott of No- blesville, IN. She has 11 grandchiJdren, 24 great-grandchildren and 3 great-great- grandchildren. Cards may be sent to her attention at Vonderlieth Living Center, 1120 N. Topper Drive in Nit. Pulaski 62548. For Rent - Mt. Pulaski - 2BR apart- mere, quiet residential area, off street park- ing, coin-op laundry, extra storage area, non-smoking, no pets. Lease and sec de- posit required. Must have great references! $475/mo. 792-5911 Bernice Burtle (nee) Swalley of Quincy - formerly of Springfield - will cel- ebrate her 100 a Birthday with a party at the VFW in Springfield, September 13. Bernice was born September 16, 1914 the daughter of William and Della Swalley. She has seven living children - Judy Fol- lis of Mt. Pulaski, Jean, Virginia, Charles, John, David, and James. She is grandmoth- er of 24-grandchildren, great-grandmother of 47-great-grandchildren, and great-great- grandmother of 30-great-great-grandchil- dren. Come to the Courthouse Craft Show during Fall Festival. Aaron Johnson, of Latham, has been promoted by Farm Credit Illinois to Executive Vice President and Chief Operating Officer. "Aaron has been a cornerstone of the executive leader- ship team for 12 years in his role as a senior vice president," states Tom Tracy, Farm Credit Illinois' in- coming president and CEO. "Aaron is ab- solutely committed to our Association's success. He is an outstanding leader within both our Farm Credit Illinois cooperative and the entire Farm Credit System." Johnson first joined Farm Credit in 1985. He has served as a senior vice president at Farm Credit Illinois since 2002 and has provided leadership on and contributed to numerous System-wide committees and initiatives within the Farm Credit System during his tenure. A native of New Holland, Johnson earned a bachelor's degree in or- ganizational business management from Il- linois State University. Aaron and his wife, Debbie, reside in rural Latham, and have three children, and one granddaughter. Fantasy football costs companies $13 Billion a year in lost productivity. 2 == E m @ to o I-=