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Over 30 Years Experience General Contracting Professional Service. Home Town Commitment Fully Insured. Bonded & Licensed License # t 04- 008527 Ray Inman 454-3090 When the power goes out.., and it will... You can depend on our Automatic Back-up Power- Permanent 2417 Protection - Better Than Portables 79 93 Addisyn Made was born March 11,2014 at 2:20 PM at Springfield Memorial Hos- pital. She was 19.5 inches, and 8 pounds, 1-ounces. The daughter of Carl and Nich- ole Hild of Chatham, her grandparents are Harry and Jean Hild of Mt. Pulaski and Doug and Sue Sullivan of Joliet. Great grandparents are Lois Schahl of Lincoln; Jean Hulsey of Lowell, Indiana; Kathy Sullivan of Joliet; and Dan and Shery Sullivan of Jollet. ANTIQUES... ...available at Salt Creek Attic. Spring is Really Coming The Community's tree committee "Hill- top Tree Huggers" will be continuing the inventory of trees in our fair city as soon as the leaves emerge. It is also a good plant- ing time for anyone interested in helping to beautify the city. We encourage anyone interested to stop by City Hall and pickup a Tree Request form and a list of the property owner responsibilities, including a list of the types not available for planting. Any trees planted on the boulevards must comply with the city ordinance regarding visibility at intersections for oncoming traf- fic. You are also asked to mark with a stake the location of your planting and center the planting equally between the street and edge of the sidewalk. You request will be checked for planting space size and loca- tion; taking into account the size and space between surrounding trees before the plant- ing is done. Don't forget "Julie". Members Of the "Hilltop Tree Huggers" will be glad to assist in anyway we can with planting and staking, if need be, so your tree planting effort will have the best results. We also wish to remind you, the city will reimburse up to $50, with a paid receipt, for each tree planted on public property. A senior citizen was jailed after starting a food fight during the early bird dinner at a Golden Corral in North Carolina. Have Lawn Mower 4 Will mow yards in Mt. Pulaski - 871- 3901. Thanks for Your Support I want to thank all of my family and . friends for supporting me during my trip on ," the Honor Flight to Washington, DC. All " aspects of the trip were very well planned, except we did have snow. We saw the Viet Nam Wall, the Korean and WWlI Memo- rials. Later we visited the Air and Space > Museum. During our trip to Arlington Na- tional Cemetery, we observed the chang- ing of the Guards. On the flight home, t all veterans experienced mail call. Your ., letters and cards were wonderful. I espe- cially want to thank the third grade class at Mt. Pulaski Grade School for the cards and letters. Their artwork was great! I want to sincerely thank my son, Jeffery for sharing the trip withme and being my guardian. When we arrived at the airport, we were welcomed home and thanked for our ser- vice. I encourage all veterans to complete the application and register for the Hon Flight program. Sincerely, Ralph Beccue Mt Pulaski VFW Post 777 Celebrates 45th Year April 27 Mt. Pulaski Veterans of Foreign Wars Scroggin-Gee Post 777 will be celebrating its 45th Anniversary with an open-house dessert in the Mt. Pulaski VFW Hall 2 pm - 4 pm Sunday April 27. All current and former VFW members and families, past commanders and fami- lies, as well as families and loved ones of the charter members are invited. Please RSVP: Louise Voetker (792 5452), Rog- er Bates (792 3485), or Phil Bertoni (792 5442). The Charter Members (21 April, 1969) Billy Lee Birdwell, Floyd Buckles, Wil- liam Diez, Harry Duncan, Kenneth Fout, Dale Fuhrer, Harold Fulk, Raymond Gee, Evan Gibbs, Bill Harbarger, Loren Has- sebrock, Vernon Hassebrock, Everett P. Homey, David Jackson, Oliver Letterle, Raymond Liesman, Frederick A. Lipp, Ray Lynch, Steven Lynch, John O. Martin, John T. Martin, John W. Martin, Loren Mit- telsteadt, George Peterson, Lewis Scrog- gin, Thomas Scroggin, Robert Steinfort, Eugene Stone, Bill Tate, John E. Tendick, Wilford Tendick, Richard Toohey, Phillip Van Deventer, John G. Waddell, Jr., Robert T. White, Keith Wilham, Richard Wilham. It is believed that David Jackson, Lewis "Butch" Scroggin, and Richard "Dean" Toohey are the only surviving charter mem- bers. Submitted By - Phil Bertoni