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Mt Pulaski Historical Museum Hel.ped out at Cul.ver's in Lincol.n Thursday Aug. 31 The crew worked from 5 toThis fundraiser was advertised 8Pm. There were many chores to around town and the people be performed by the volunteers, responded. There were a lot of They included wiping off the Pulaskian's who drove to Lincoln tabletops and seats, taking food to get their supper and support orders to the different tables, and the museum. Thankyou. Culver's taking orders outside to the cars will donate 10% of the proceeds that had ordered from the drive towards the Mt. Pulaski Museum. up window. We were impressed Photo: Left to Right: Judy with how clean Culver's workers Knauer, Fred Lipp, Patsy Lipp, keep the restaurant. Helen Schmidt, and Sue Schaff- enacker. Complete Detail Cleaning Inside & Out Wash Wax Clay Barring Pet Hair Removal Carpet Shampooing By Appointment Phone-Text 217-671-2356 122 S. Washington St. Apt-1 Mt. Pulaski Check us out on Facebook B Plumbing. Heating. Cooling Backhoe Service. Septic Systems IL LIC 058-147596 Nt Pul.aski Memories Lillie Mae Jackson Duncan Lillie just celebrated her 94~ birthday in lived in a house where the Mt. Pulaski Library June. is now. Lillie wrote that Mary spent a lot of She has been going through old photos, time at their house because Lillie's mother In this photo, the girl in the middle is Mary was a good cook. Owens. Her dad was involved in the WPA During WWII Lillie's mother was among paving of Mr. Pulaski streets during the the "WOWs" at the Illiopolis Ordnance Plant. Depression. Lillie grew up in Mt. Pulaski; graduating in Either side of Mary is Lillie' twin sisters: 1941 she moved to Chicago. She now lives in left is Ruby and right is Ruth. Lillie's family Phoenix, Arizona with her daughter. I EcCormicl . lVlotors 1136 W. Pershing Rd Decatur, IL 62526 Sean & Dylan McCormick "Your Car Guys" Sean 217-358-4oo8 Dylan 217-358-3633 QUILTED ITEMS By Karen available at Salt Creek Attic Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church Missouri Synod- Rev. DanielThies, PILl). Pastor Wet); http:l/ Ya'U come see us.t 6076 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton, Office Phone: (850) 623-5780 Home Phone: (850) 626-5626 E-mail: FL 32583 there is a =cyberchonddac" epidemic from people self-diagnosing health problems on Google. A Home Depot customer in Florida was attacked in a dispute over plywood for hurricane preparation. 8 Fall Festival Parking Lot Rummage Sale Fri: 10-5 & Sat: 10-2 .~ Country Charm Variety Shoppe 503 E. Chestnut St. Mt. Pulaski For Sale - $40 Dorm ~" refrig clean, works good, 217-792-5484 (Mt Pulaski) 830 For Sale - $100 Eden ~ Pure radiant heater, like new, used 3-times, " has remote, cost $170, not big enough for work I~ shed, 217-792-5484 (it O Pulaski) -4 83O For Sale - $50 "IV stand w/DVD Storage, 737-8712 83O For Sale - $25, Oak end table with drawer & bottom shelf, 737-8712 83O For Sale By Owner - 3 bd, 2 ba condo at 821 Longleaf Ct. in Springfield's The Villas At Pine Creek. Close to medical and shopping. Appraised at $222,000. Asking $208,000. (no realtor fees.) Email ddw195865@ or 217-891- 8186 815 For Sale - $50, Enter- tainment Center, 60"x53", holds 32" "IV, medium maple color, no scratches, 217-792- 5136 715 Wanted - Someone who likes to do it. Honest, punctual, dili- gent person to do my housecleaning; 2-hours every 2-weeks,217- 792-5511 915 For Rent - Mt. Pulaski, 2-bdrm apt, washer- dryer hookup, garage, references-deposit required, 792-5508 83O For Rent - Mt. Pulaski - 2BR Apt, residential area, full LR & Kitchen, off street parking, coin op laundry. Excellent refs lease, and sec. dep. required. NO pets, NO smoking building. 217-792-5911 Doug 415 A report says ending DACA could result in a loss of $2.3 Billion to the Illinois state economy.