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Flag Retiring Mt. Pulaski Scout Troop will be retiring old/used American flags over the Memorial Day weekend. You can drop off flags at (Greg Maus) 103 S. Spring or call 792-3383. Or, you can drop them off at Johnson True Value Hardware in Mt. Pulaski. Did You Know - A consumer website estimates it would cost $61,000 to pay for all the jobs that the average mother does in the course of the year. Mt. Pulaski Grade School Most Improved Students - Second Semester Carly Ayers Daughter of Danny and Jodie Ayers of Mt. Pulaski. All U.S. Flags & Flag kits til July 5th! Johnson Trde Value & Pulaski's 175 th Celebration put together a great deal on U.S. Flags, Flag kits, & Flag banners. Just in time for Memorial Day & the 4th of July Celebrations we have many arieties of Flags available in stock for special order! Nathan Laughland Son of Melanie Laugh- land of Mt. Pulaski and Steve Laughland of Mur- physbro. START RIGHT,. START HERE." HARDWARE & GARDENS 16 Open 7 Days a Week Mon. - Fri. 7:30Am - 6Pro Sat. 7"30Am - 5Pro Sun. lOAm - 3Pro 423 S. Washington St. - Mt. Pulaski 792-5911 Mt. Pulaski Times 65 th Wedding Anniversary Robert & Ruth (Ventress) Cline Robert and Ruth Cline of Quincy celebrated their 65 th wedding anniversary April 28 with a family dinner. They were mar- fled at The First Christian Church in Springfield April 28, 1946. They were residents of Mt. Pulaski for over 30 years while raising their three daughters, Sue Ann Newby-Steinblock, Sandy (Alessandra), and Lynn Shima. They have five grandchildren. Robert worked for the Illinois State Police as Lieutenant of Fleet Man- agement for over 30 years. Ruth was a loving home- maker Who was actively involved in school and in the Christian Church's activities. They enjoy traveling to Naples, FL every year during the winter. Ruth enjoys bridge and paint- ing, while Bob is an avid gardener. New Red History Book Boosters Book booster status is available for $10 and includes your name on a list in the new history book as a book supporter. These donations help with extra fees incurred with printing the new book. Contact Sue Schaffenacker at 217-792-5693 or sueeddie New Red History Book Page Sponsorship You can sponsor a page in the new history book for $20. Your name would appear at the bottom of a page of your choosing. If interested, call Sue Schaffenacker at 217-792-5693 or This helps with printing costs. Placement of Ameri- can flags at each vet- eran's gravesite by the Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447 will take place 9 am Sat., May 28. Mt. Pulaski Boy Scout Troop 122 will assist. Please meet on the north-south high road in the middle of the Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. In case of rain, we will try again 9 am Sun., May 29. Phil Bertoni, Commander, Mt. Pulaski American Legion Post 447 Raffle tickets for the 175 th Anniversary Heri- tage Quilt are now avail- able. The quilt will be on view at several locations throughout Mt. Pulaski beginning next week and at the 175 'h Celebration, June 30 - July 04, 2011. Ticket sale proceeds will go for Scholar- ships for Mt. Pulaski High School students. Tckets are $1 each or 6 for $5 and available Salt Creek Attic and from any member of the Mr. Pulaski Women in Busi- ness, Inc. John Wyss 217.519.3162 Mt. Pulaski 2011 NCAA Slam Dunk Champion, Jacob Tucker, will be appear- ing at Coach Deibert's Future Hilltopper Bas- ketbaU Camp Thursday, June 9 at 11:30. Jacob will be showing off some of his dunks and also speaking to the campers. Members of the public are also welcome to stop by and see Jacob for a $1 fee. The Los Angeles Dodgers could face insolvency by July. May 21, 2011