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125th Celebration (1961) "Pageant Chorus which was a big factor in the successful production of 'The ................................. Indoor storage units a vailablet. - i Did You Know. U.S. Department of Justice is being investigated for holding r~onferences where they paid $16 per muffin and ~;8 for a cup of coffee. Alaskan residents will get a check for $1,174 this year from the state's oil fund. Drug death~ have exceeded traffic fatalities in the U.S. BRAND NEW Warehouse Overstocks 30-60% Off Retai-f Living Room Bedroom Mattress Sets Limited Quantities Can Deliver Springfield 217-361-1357 TOTAL QUALITY MERCHANDISE FOR SALE - Asking $110, Encore AM/FM Analog Tuning Digital Readout, Cassette, CD, Turntable W/PC Record & AUX IN Function. Record LPS, Cassettes to CDs w/computer, 671-7130 .......................... FOR SALE - $27,000, 2 BDRM loft, 2 car garage, Hartsburg, 217-737-2056 FOR SALE - $3700 1985 Sea Ray 21' open bow boat, 305- V-8, hsarp, new uph, trailer, cover 801-0407 FOR SALE $325 Berkline Sofa - Reclines both ends - light beige - 96" - nice; $200 Oak Finish Wood Pedestal Table - Oval 96" with leaf - round 47" without leaf ~MES~NEWS, ~ Spirit of Mount Pulaski" and was under the direction of Mrs. Helen Hoblit (right in second row) of Atlanta." Those 50+ Beautiful efficiency and 1 bedroom apartment Ask about our MOVE-IN Special/ RT. 121 & Main St. Latham 217- 433-7099 - 4 side chairs & 2 arm chairs - nice 792-3980 or 299-7316 FOR SALE - 1956 - Ford M-650 parade tractor w/many access.; 7'x12' rack wagon w/iron spoke wheels; 16' car trailer (2009) like new- All 3 for $6,950 or car trailer $1,850 - 732-6071 Shawn Lock & Fred Lipp Insured Quality Work I mF mms Call Shawn 414-5413 FOR RENT - Mt. Pulaski - Very nice, reasonable, pnvate, 1 bdrrn 1 bath upstairs garage apt Large LR & Kitchen, storage, CNCH, garage addi- tional, 217-553-6138 / 792-5645 ..................... FOR RENT - Latham - House, 1 bdrm, no pets, no yardwork, good for single person. 674-3442 WANTED - Junk and abandoned cars & trucks 217-415-0438 or 217-750-2576 WANTED- Good, Used CHEST FREEZER, Please caU Victor at 217/671-6300 WANTED- Canning Jars, 737.6772 SERVICES - Home care for elderly - afternoons/evenings 792-5132 ~ii ~ iii!~ ~V~ Harry Wible noted this was one of several photos lost temporarily when photographer misplaced his film." Sent in By Ruth McCormick. HELP WANTED Part-Time Teller Needed Previous customer service and cash handling experience preferred Apply at The Farmers Bank of Mt Pulaski or send resume to Attn Leslie Urish, PO Box 170, Mt Pulaski, IL 62548 CNA's Caring and compassion are the rule, not the exception at Vonderlieth Living Center! With many years of experience in the health care industry, we have been recognized as one of the leaders of quality care nursing services. To stay the leader, we need people like you - professional nurse aides dedicated to deliv- ering quality care to our long term care resi- dents. We currently have full and part time openings for the second shift. We offer you a competitive wage, great benefit package and a wonderful staff of caregivers to work with, plus much more! Please apply online or send resume to: Vondertieth Living Center Attn: Jo Hillard 1120 N. Topper Drive Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 Did You Know - Scots are mad that bagpipes have been banned at the Rugby World Cup in New Zealand. The 1969 Camaro has been voted best Chev- rolet ofell time. A pair of Dorothy's ruby slippers from "The Wizard of Oz" expect to sell for more than $2 Million at an auction. A Massachusetts library ended its cen- tury old ban of a Mark Twain book. Vizio, America's second best selling TV manufacturer is telling customers their sets are unrepairable. World's oldest running car is for sale. It was made in France in 1884. A survey says wealthy cell phone owners prefer Blackberrys. Twitter has started accepting political ads. New York City Police Chief says his depart- ment has the ability to take down a plane if needed. Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lakin, PO Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548 Office: 217-792-5557 !ll Facebook's profit is estimated to be $1 Billion. Facebook is starting a political action com- mittee. Baseball Commis- sioner Bud Selig is threatening to boot the Dodgers out of the majors if they can't come to terms with owner Frank McCourt. Oct. I, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 15