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Mt. Pulaski Community School District #23 is seeking an evening custodian. The custodian is responsible for the cleanliness and sanitation of assigned areas in the building. Duties include but are not limited to: sweeping, mopping, vacuuming, cleaning desk tops, trash removal, cleaning chalkboards and whiteboards, cleaning bathrooms and other general cleaning responsibilities. A positive attitude and a good work ethic are essential. Starting salary is $17,500. Health insurance is also available. Interested individuals should send a letter of interest to: Mt. Pulaski CUD #23 119 N. Garden Street Mt. Pulaski IL 62548 ANTIQUES.. ,available at Salt Creek Attic Schedule Your Home - Farm - Business Improvements... With... Ray I New Construction - Additions - Remodels I I Repairs Kitchen & Bath I Basements Decks & Porches Renovations Siding & Roofing Room Additions Windows & Doors General Contracting Experience Quality-Professional Service Home Town Commitment Competitive Prices Fully Insured - Bonded & Licensed License # 104 - 008527 Mt. Pulaski Jaycees Fall Festival Tractor Pull Winners 30-45 pounds--1 st Wesley Bobell 2nd GarrettSmock 3rd Kaylee Cowan 277 Attended MPTHS 60's reunion was held Satur- day evening, September 12, at the Ameri- can Legion Home in Mt. Pulaski. The evening began with a social hour, followed by a dinner catered by Hilltop Catering, followed by a program and con- cluding with class pictures taken by Allen and Shirley Schaal. A total of 277 attended the event including six former faculty members: Clause Tanner, Dan McNabb, Bob Muel- ler, Phyllis Edwards, Phyllis Bailey, and Don Sharp. Tom Martin from the class of 1974 made a short presentation on behalf of the restoration of the courthouse. Jim Berg travelled the furthest distance from Spokane, Washington, Jerry and Joyce Lowe Maxheimer have been mar- ried the longest at 55 years, Shirley Sto- pher had the most children with 6, and Sue Werschey and Janice Colben each had 8 grandchildren. The planning committee for the 60's reunion was Jerry and Joyce Lowe Max- heimer, Paula Cowen Taylor, Lorene Tendick Stoll, Judy French Cooper, Glen Bryson, Dick Romer, Larry Collier, Karen King Hoffex, Cheryl Sutton McCue, Susan Connolley Wagner, Linda Ten- dick Collier, Connie Reiter Bums, Peggy Neal, Dan Phillips, Jeff and Jean Webking Martin, and Helen Schmidt. A great time was had by all. Dick Romer Topper Ladies: Out & About Our October luncheon will be 11:30a Tuesday October 20. We will meet at Momingstar Mercantile and Restaurant in Salis- bury. Please confirm your reservation with Phyllis Hawk or Madonna Boyle, co-hostesses. Thank you... Pat Straumann Scientists discovered a sea turtle that glows in the dark. Hepatitis B has reportedly been found in a fish. otors 1136 W. Pershing Pal t Decatur, IL 62526 Sean & Dylan McCormick "Your Car Guys" Sean 217-358-4oo8 seanyourearguy@yahoo.eom Dylan 217-358-3633 [Eternal Trinity Lutheran Church Missouri Synod- Rev. Daniel Thies, Ph,D. Pastor Web: come see 6076 Old Bagdad Hwy, Milton, Office Phone: (850) 623-5780 Home Phone: (850) 626-5626 E-mail: FL 32583 2 o