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Card of Thanks The Family of Donald E. McCormick We would like to sincerely thanV everyone for their prayers, cards, flowers, memorials and food at our time of loss. The expressions of sympathy will always mean so much to our family. We especially thank the entire staff at Vonderlieth Living Center for their outstanding compassionate care. We are truly blessed to have such a facility in our community. In special appreciauon we thank Pastor Decker and Pastor Stroshein for their. visits with Don and the family, always uplifting us with devotions and prayers. Thank you to the ladies of Zion Lutheran Church for providing a worlderful meal following Don's service. We feel blessed to live in such a wonderful community. 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By Appointment 106 5th Street- Lincoln 217-732-7773 Toll Free 877-465-7773 Lincoln & Logan County's Only Locally Owned Monument Company Alberta M. Altig, 90, of Lincoln, formerly of Latham and Petersburg, passed away at 2:02 a.m. Friday, Sept. 2, 2010 at St. Clara's Manor, Lincoln. Graveside Services were Monday SepL 27 at Rose Hill Cemetery, Petersburg. Pastor Mark Morgan offi- ciated. Her husband, sons Paul and Gary Altig, a grandchild and a great- grandchild preceded her in death. Mrs. Altig was born July 8, 1920 in Menard Co. a daughter of Albert and Grace (Hudspeth) Dunham. She married Edward Dale Altig in 1936. He pre- ceded her in death on Sept. 19, 1989. Survivors Include - Sons Robert ( Beverly ) Altig of Latham and Clarence "Butch" Altig of Peoria; Daughter - Roberta Barlow of Normal, nine-' teen grandchildren and fifty-one great grandchil- dren. Mrs. Altig was a member of the Latham Baptist Church. Memorials: Her church or Memorial Hospice in Springfield. Dennis Ray Aughenbaugh, 56, of Chestnut died at 2:30 am September 23, 2010 at Decatur Memorial Hospital Graveside Services were Monday, September 27. at Laenna Cemetery Pastor Joe Bowman officiated. His grandparents, mother, granddaughter Jule. and nephew Josh preceded him in death. Mr. Aughenbaugh was born November 5. 1953 in Decatur, the son of Everett and Joan Watkins Aughen- baugh. He married Kathryn Jean Schroth on June 14, 1975in Mt. Pulaski. Survivors Include - Wife - Kathrj n Aughenbaugh of Chestnut; Father- Ever- ett Aughenbaugh of Decatur; Daughters - Melissa Aughenbaugh of Kansas City, KS; Michelle (Jason Moore) Aughenbaugh of Clinton; Miranda (Nikki Knipmeyer) Aughenbaugh of Quincy; Grandchildren Kendall Richardson of Kansas City, KS; Taylor, Peyton, and Bryce Moore of Clinton; Jasmine Augh- enbaugh of Quincy; and Brother - Danny (Debbfe) Aughenbaugh of Decatur. Mr. Aughenbaugh is also survived by many nieces, nephews, and brother and sister in-laws. Mr. Aughenbaugh was a very loving and caring person and touched the lives of many people. He will be missed by all. Memorials: The Aughenbaugh Family. George Larry Wilham Sr., 72, of Mt. Pulaski, died September 24, 2010 at his residence. Funeral Services were Tuesday September 28 at the Mt Pulaski Christian Church. Mark Weber officiated. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery. His parents preceded him in death. Mr. Wilham was a Retired Farmer. He was born May 10, 1938 in Mt. Pulaski, the son of George and Alice Howe Wilham. He married Marilyn Purvi- ance on March 31, 1957 in Mt. Pulaski. Survivors Include - Wife - Marilyn Wilham of Mt. Pulaski; Sons - Larry (Tammy) ~Nijham Jr. 9f Elkhart;~Bria~ (Karla) tilham, of WilliamsCllle. Step- Brothers - James (Colleen) Hayes of Sanford, NC and Richard R. (Shirley) Hayes of Mt. Pulaski; Step-Sister - Roberta Boyer of Beverly Hills, FL; Three Grand- children and Two Great- Grandchildren. Mr. Wilham was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church. Mr. Wilham was a member of the Land of Lincoln Antique Tractor Club, Steenbergen Cem- etery Board and the Prairie Schooner Camping Club Memorials: Cancer Center Services of Illinois; Family Life Center; or Decatur Memo- rial Hospital Hospice. Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home wa H ] sted with a ff ffg fli ! : Robert "Bob" Frederick . Fuiten, 82, of Mt. Pulaski, died September 23, 2010 at - t0:22p.m, at St. John's Hospital. Funeral Services were Monday Sept. 27 at Fricke Calvert-Schrader • Funeral Home of Mt. Pulaski with Masonic Services being conducted. Ron Otto and Bill Shanle officiated. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery with full military rites accorded• His Parents, Brother - Dale Fuiten, and Infant Sister - Joyce Fuiten preceded him in death. Mr. Fuiten was a Retired Farmer from the Chestervale and Lake Fork areas. He was born October .16, 1927 in Lake Fork the son of Fred- erick Calvin and Hilma Lois Gaffney Fuiten. He married Ruth Ann Cherry on March 7, 1954 at the Lake Fork Christian Church. Survivors Include - Gregory (Margie) Fuiten of Atlanta; Robert Kent (Kim) Fuiten of Sherman; and Brian (Pam) Fuiten of Lincoln; Grandchildren - Heather (Sean) McCormick, Chris Fuiten, Jamie Fuiten, Tonya Fuiten, Matt (Melissa) Fuiten, Ally- son (Grant) Bradley, Derek Wicker, and Audrey Fuiten. Great- Granddaughter - Chloe McCormick; Sisters - Louise (Charles) Bohn of Cornland and Betty (Charles) Holmes of Mt. Pulaski; and Sister In- Law - Rosemary Fuiten of Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Fuiten was a member of the Lincoln Christian Church. Mr. Fuiten served in the U.S. Army during the Korean conflict, serving as a Corporal Policeman in the 34tst M.P. Com- pany. Mr. Fuiten was a member of the Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447, Mt. Pulaski Masonic Lodge AF & AM #87. He was also a member of the Logan County Shriner's and the Springfield Consistory. Memorials: Mt. Pulaski EMS, Lincoln Christian Church and or Shriners Chil- dren Hospital. October 5, 2010 Mt. Pulaski Times - 2 Birthday July 5? Is your birthday on July 5 of any given year? If so, there may be a place, for you in the 175~ Mt. Pulaski Celebration. Send your name, address, and phone number - and affiliation with Mt. Pulaski - and any ancestry to Jean Nayl0r. Jean Naylor / 49 Denis Rd / Quitman AR 72131. Telephone 501 -- 556 - 5165. E-Mail: jeanmnaylor75@hotmail.com. Mark Your Calendars, Folks! First Christian Church of Mt. Pulaski will be offering a marriage-enrichment series during month "of October Beginning Sunday, Oct. 3, the pro- Mr. Ewald was Professor Emeritus, grams kick off at Sunday School hour, 9: LCU Dean of Students from 1966 until 30a, in the Family Life Center. The,series 1994; then became Seminary Profes- will continue, the same time, same place, sor of Pastoral Care and Counseling in on Oct. 10, 17, 24, and will conclude 1994. Oct. 31. Plan to attend all five Sundays and gain Tom and Jan Ewald from I incoln will insightful looks into all aspects of mar- conduct this series. They have had years ried life. You'll enjoy it. The program- of experience in mentoring and sharing series is open to the public at no charge. information about the marriage experi- Submitted by Pat Straumann ence. I was jast thi kin'we all ha e gus' things of which we are afraid It doesn't matter Our age or station. What is kind of funny is haw our fears show themselves. We may feel frustrated or angry or fired or reticent, when maybe at the root of it, is fear. Fear uses energy and preoccupies our thoughts even when we are'not aware of it, maybe especially when we are not aware of it. It could be worth getting to the root of why we are feeling what we are feeling. Naming something removes it from the fear of the unknown. We may be able to do something that would decrease or remove the source of fear. Facing a fear is part of decreasing our Thinkin' feeling of loss of control or powerlessness. It can get into a real unproductive, nasty cycle. Facing it, identifying it, whatever "it" may be, is a step in removing the hold "it" may have in our mind, our emotions, and our actions. It could free us up for more productive, more pleasant, and happier things. It may take some work, but it could benefit our health, our circumstances, or even others around our community and us. Next time things seem out-of-sorts, maybe take a moment to ask yourself, what actually has me unsettled, and see what you may be thinkin'. Meyer M. $chrotk, 89, of Chestnut died September 29, 2010 at Vondedieth Living Center at 5:55 p.m. Funeral Services were Monday October 4 at Zion Lutheran Church, Mt. Pulaski. Rev. Christopher Decker officiated. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. His Parents preceded him in death. Mr. Schroth was a Retired Farmer. He was born October 29, 1920 in Lincoln, a son of Edward Samuel and Clara Sued- meier Schroth. Survivors Include- Sister- Wanda Peterson of Mt. Pulaski; Nieces Stephanie (Frank) Huffaker-Brower of San Diego, CA and Allicent (Donald) Huffaker-Smith of New Berlin; Grand Nephews - Nathan Major (Tara) smith, Justin Andrew (Szilvia) Smith and David Brower; Grand Niece- Alexandra (Billy) Higgins; Great-Great Grand Nieces - Parker Jane Higgins and Logan Claire Higgins; and Great-Great Grand Nephew - Logan Major Smith. Mr. Schroth was a member of Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church. His devotion to his faith and his fellow man was expressed each day. Meyer did not formally volunteer to organizations, but if the list of individuals he helped and extended kindnesses were listed here it would fill columns and pages. His church, his family and people in Chest- nut, Mt. Pulaski and Latham areas will be without a wonderful human being. Memorials: Zion Lutheran Church or Zion Lutheran Sclaool. Richard F. Stiver 75, of Normal, died at 9:35Am Monday Sept. 6, 2010 at Adt~ate BroMenn Medical C nter, Normal; Funeral Services were Sept. 7 at Eastview Christian Church, Normal. Rev. Jim Smiley and Rev. Bob Knapp officiated. Burial was in Funks Grove Cemetery, rural McLean. He was preceded in death by his parents and his stepmother; daughter, Nancy Lucero; one sister, Linda Thomas; and one step- son, Jason Farm. Mr. Stivers was born Jan. 24, 1935, in Decatur, the son of Herbert and Edna Short Stivers. Dick's mother died and his father remarried Leota Herbert, who helped raise Dick. He married Donna Wilson in SepTember 1955 in Birkbeck. He later married Karen Oltman on Jan. 4, 1992, in Bloomington. Karen survives. Survivors Include - Son - Bradley (Georgia) Stivers, Bloomington; Daugh- ter - Debbie-Brown, Katy, Texas; Step- children- Christopher 0VIelissa) Chester, Edwards, Colo.; Bob Farm, Indianapolis, IrM.; and Tony Farm, Minier; Grandchil- dren- Nikko and Spiro Stivers, Mitzi Payton, Emily Aki, Natalie Birkey and John Brown; and Great-Grandchild - Michael Ray Stotts. Dick was a member of Eastview Christian Church. He was a Prudential Insurance agent for 22 years, and later owned an independent agent called Stivers, Kazar and Freese Insurance Agency that later became Mid- American Insurance Services. He was a graduate of Mt. Pulaski High School. Dick was dedicated to his lord and savior and was very active with the benevolence ministry at Eastview Chris- tian Church, particularly with finan- cial counseling. He was also a charter member of the Friday morning Promise Keepers. Dick had a great sense of humor and loved to have fun. He will be remembered for how he loved other people and his compassion toward others. He was a wonderful husband, father and grandfather and will be greatly missed by all who knew him. Memorials: Eastview Benevolence Fund. i. ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT ANNUAL BUDGET AND APPROPRIATION ORDINANCE AN ORDINANCE termed the combined tentative annual budget and appropriatio~ Medicare Tax 2.100.00 ordinance in and by which the governing body does appropriate such sum or sums of III INSURANCE FUND 1,980.00 money as may be deemed necessary to defray all necessary expenses and liabilities of the ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT, Logan County, Illinois. for the fiscal GRAND TOTAL $55,355.70 year beginning July 1. 2010 and ending June 30. 2011, and specifying the objects SECTION 4 The Board of TruStees of the ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT and purposes for which such appropriations are made and the amounts appropriated has by Ordinance No. 89-90 established a special reserve fund, pursuant to the for such objects and purposes, provisions of the Public Library District Act. to be accumulated from the unexpended WHEREAS, the Board of Trustees of the ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT, balances of the proceeds received annually from public library taxes. Logan County, Illinois, has caused to be prepared in tentative form a budget and SECTION 5. Should any clause, sentence, paragraph or a part of this ordinance be appropriation ordinance, declared by a court of competent jurisdiction to be invalid such decision shall not BE IT ORDAINED by the President ant the Board of Trustees of the ELKHART affect the validity of the ordinance as a whole or any part thereof other than the part PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT. Logan County, Illinois: so declared to be invalid. SECTION 1. The fiscal year of this District be and the same is hereby fixed and ~t SECTION 6. This ordinance shall be in full force and effect from and after the date of declared to be from July 1. 2010 to June 30, 2011 its passage and approval as :)rovided by law. ~ECTION 2. (a) Cash on hand at the beginning of the fiscal year, July 1, 2010 PASSED BY THE BOARD OF TRUSTEES and APPROVED BY THE PRESIDENT $52,134.63; (b) Estimate of the cash expected to be received during the fiscal year OF THE ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT on the 23"~ day of &ugust 2010. July 1. 2010 to June 30. 2011 $55,355.70; (c) Estimate of the expenditures contem- /S/ANGELA OLSON, President Board of Trustees plated for the fiscal year July 1,2010 to June 30.2011 $55,355.70; (d) Estimated cash expected to be on hand at the end of the fiscal year on June 30, 2011 $52,134.63 ATTEST: IS/KELLY ELIAS. Secretary Board of Trustees SECTION 3. That the following sum or sums of money, or so much thereof as may STATE OF ILLINOIS) be authorized by law, be and the same are hereby appropriated for the objects and COUNTY OF LOGAN) purposes herein specified to defray all necessary expenses and liabilities of the ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT• Logan County, Illinois, for the fiscal year CERTIFICATE beginning Juty 1. 2010. and ending June 30. 2011: I. Kelly Elias, do hereby certify that I am the Secretary in and for the ELKHART I. CORPORATE FUND PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT; that the foregoing ~s a true and correct copy of any Ordinance duly passed by the president and Board of Trustees of the ELKHART Personnel Expenses- Salaries $26,000.00: Unemployment Compensation 250.00 PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRIC[, Logan County Illinois, being entitled: "TENTATIVE Operating Expenses - Office Supplies 1,500.00; Bank Service Charge 20.00; Tele- ANNUAL BUDGET" termed the ORDINANCE TERMED THE TENTATIVE ANNUAL phone 1.450•00; Utilities 2.900.00: Legal Publications 100.00; Building and Equip- BUDGET AND APPROPRIATE ORDINANCE in and by which the governing body merit Maintenance 3,000.00: Travel, Education and Training 600.00: Postage 250.00; does appropriate such sum or sums of money as may be deemed necessary to defray Trash Removal 200.00; Dues & Memberships 1.200•00; all necessary expenses and liabilities of the ELKHART PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT. Logan County, Illinois. for the fiscal year beginning July 1. 2010 and ending June 30, Library Materials - Books, Tapes• CDs. 5.850.00; DVDs 3"00.00; Periodicals 700~00; 2011. and specifying the objects and purposes for which such apl~ropdations are C aildren's Program 900.00 made and the amounts appropriated for such objects and 0urposes. Capital Outlay - Equipment/Computers 774.00; Buildinc Improvements 5,281.70 Said ordinance was duly passed by yea and nay vote by said Boardof Trustees at a TOTAL CORPORATE FUND $51,275•70 meeting thereof held on the 23r~ day of August 2010. • RETIREMENT AND SOCIAL SECURITY FUND Employer Social Security and tSI KELLY ELIAS, Secretary Elkhart Public Library District Ordinance No. 2010-5 ORDINANCE LEVYING AND ASSESSING PROPERTY TAX FOR THE MT. PULASKI PUBLIC LIBRARY DISTRICT OF THE COUNTIES OF LOGAN, SANGAMON, MACON AND DEWITr IN THE STATE OF ILLINOIS FOR THE FISCAL YEAR BEGINNING THE 1 DAY OF JULY, 2010 AND ENDING THE 30 DAY OF JUNE, 2011 WHEREAS, the President and Board of Trustees of the Mt. Pulaski this Library District according to the full fair values as established Public Library District, in the Counties of Logan, Sangamon, Macon and ascertained for State and County purposes for the fiscal year and Dewitt and State of Illinois, did on the 17th day of August pass beginning July 1,2010 and ending June 30, 2011 and the Board of the Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance (Ordinance 2010- Trustees of the Mt. Pulaski Public Library District having on the 17 4) for said Library District for the fiscal year commencing on July 1 day of August 2010 duly passed and adopted the Annual Budget 2010 and ending June 36 2011; and and Appropriation Ordinance for the fiscal year beginning July 1, WHEREAS, said Annual Budget and Appropdation Ordinance was 2010 and ending June 30, 2011 and said Ordinance having been duly published as provided by law after its passage; duly published ~n a newspaper of general circulation within this Public Library District, this Board finds that the specific purposes NOW, THEREFORE, BE IT ORDAINED BY THE PRESIDENTAND and the specific amounts provided for in said Annual Budget and BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF THE MT. PULASKI PUBLIC LIBRARY Appropriation Ordinance, a copy of which is attached hereto and by DISTRICT, IN THE COUNTIES OF LOGAN, SANGAMON, MACON this reference made a part hereof, are required to be levied for the AND DEWlTT AND STATE OF ILLINOIS, as follows: necessary purposes of the Mt. Pulaski Public Library District. Section 1 : That the total sum of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE Section 2: The Secretary of the Board of Trustees of the Mt, Pulaski THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED SIXTY ONE DOLLARS Public Library District is hereby directed to file a duly certified copy ($153,361) composed as follows: The sum of ONE HUNDRED of this Ordinance with the County Clerks of Logan, Sangamon, THIRTY-TWO THOUSAND ONE HUNDRED AND FORTY NINE Macon and Dewitt Counties, Illinois, in accordance with the laws DOLLARS ($132,149), being the amount deemed required for the of the State of Illinois, on or before the last Tuesday of December necessary corporate purposes of the Mt. Pulaski Public Library 2010; and said County Clerks are hereby authonzed and directed District, Logan County, Illinois; the sum of FIVE THOUSAND to extend the said tax so. levied by this Ordinance, according to AND TVVQ DOLLARS ($5,002), being required for the payment of law, against all taxable property within the Mt. Pulaski Public Library employer contributions of the Mt. Pulaski Public Library dis~ict to Distdct. The Secretary of the Mt. Pulaski Public Library District shall the Social Security fund; the sum of TWO THOUSAND FIVE HUN- also file on or before the last Tuesday of December 2010, duly certi- DRED AND TWENTY SiX DOLLARS ($2,526) being required for fled copies of the Annual Budget and Appropriation Ordinance and the payment of the professional opinion of an accountant and other this Ordinance with the Mt. Pulaski Public Library District where auditing expenses from an audit Fund: the sum of THREE THOU- they shall be available for public inspection as provided by law. SAND THREE HUNDRED AND FOUR DOLLARS ($3,304) for the purpose of payments of premiums due for the purchase of liability Section 3: This Ordinance shall De in full force and effect from and insurance, workers'.compensation and unemployment insurance, after its passage and approval as provided by law. property damage (fire) insurance and legal fees for defending or Passed by the Board of Trustees of the Mt Pulaski Public Library otherwise protecting itself against liability from a Liability Fund; the District and approved by the President thereof this 21 day of Sep- sum of TEN THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND EIGHTY DOL- tember 2010. LARS ($10,380), being required for the maintenance, repairsand BOARD OF TRUSTEES OF alterations of library buildings and equipment from a Maintenance THE MT. PULASKI LIBRARY DISTRICT Fund: the sum of ONE HUNDRED FIFTY-THREE THOUSAND THREE HUNDRED AND SIXTY-ONE DOLLARS ($153,361) being By IS/Cindy K. Stoll Board President required for a Working Cash Fund, be and the same is hereby ATI'EST: By: IS~ Cathy SWigart Secretary levied and assessed upon and againstall taxable property within