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+ + Page 2C COMMUNITY Hays Free Press May 18, 2016 .ca, mon y!u cannot find M C orester in Moun- ain City. Forester is connected to Mountain City through Mountain City Montage. An opportunity came myway to share M C's delightful response to the April 27 column ("Old Lady Forester, roadrun- ners, rattlesnakes) when Editor Moses electroni- cally touched base when I was lounging under a grass-roofed "shade hut" on rocks by the sea in Negril Jamaica. Minimal keystroking, while sip- ping soursop fruit nectar with lime, did not convey, "M C does not live in Mountain City." Oh, what a hearty aloud laugh the column gave to me on Sunday when I returned. M C's laughter had her rolling on the floor. "Oh, Lord!! I sure did laugh for the longest and just couldn't stop. That poor editor is in the dog house, got readers REALLY con- fused of where I live. Well, Montage by Pauline Tom we do need a good laugh anyway. Take care and do come and visit me. Love, MCL" Oh, what a week Run- Tom and I had "celebrat- ing our 45th" in Jamaica. (Thank you, Southwest Airlines.) Never before have I been so heart- sick the morning after a return. I longed to hear birds singing above my head and through the shutters before my eyes opened. A $1,103 shared breakfast of ackee with saltflsh, callilou, and johnny cakes did not await me by a sea. (U.S. dollars, $9.35, with tax.) I did not detail to Moses that our "45th anniversary celebra- tion" will not finish up until December 11, the birthday of Beth Smith and Karen Herrmann. For our 40th, we started with a series of elements 40 weeks out. Come 50th, it'll start Christmas Day. Whatever we do this year, even sipping a Slurpee, we are "celebrating." We departed Mountain City the morning after the ferocious wind-and- rain storm, so it wasn't until Sunday's walk that we took in the damage. In the Coffey's front yard, side-by-side (seemingly grafted, but not) trees separated, almost at ground level. The oak still towers while the cedar elm sprawls across the lawn out to the street. The city council de- cided that limbs will not be picked up now+ Rather, each homeowner will deal with their own limbs. Burning is okay. June 30, two months after the storm, is the end of the "not safe" time span, which started February 1, for intention- ally pruning or wound- ing live oaks according to OakWilt Information Partnership, a project between the Texas A&M Forest Service, the Forest Health Protection branch of the U.S. Department of Agriculture (USDA) For- est Service and the Lady Bird Johnson Wildflower Center. June 4 is City-Wide Garage Sale. Each house- hold sets their start time and end time. June 11 and 12 are Dumpster Days, 7 a.m. - 7 p.m. July 4th Parade is July 4, 10 a.m.. Anyday at anytime is a good time to send tidbits. Email to ptom5678@ gmail.com (subject: tidbit) or 512-268-5678. Thanks! Love, Pauline PELECH Kenneth Matthew Pel- ech St., 71, of Kyle, Texas passed away on May 16, 2016 after a coura- geous yearlong battle with Lung Can- cer. He was born Decem- ber 1, 1944 in Chicago, Illinois. Kenneth proudly served in the United States Army for 4 years, where he was a medic at Fort Sam Houston, Texas, a mechanic at Fort LeonardWood, Mis- souri and also served in Korea. Kenneth was one of the first volunteer cart drivers at Seton Hayes Medical Center in Kyle, TX and was also a lifetime member of the VFW and American Legion. Ken- neth was a devoted hus- band, a loving father and grandfather, an avid NAS- CAR fan and also enjoyed cruises and casinos with his wife. Kenneth had a smile that could light up a room, a contagious laugh, the most amazing sense of humor and was loved by all who knew him. Kenneth is preceded in death by his father, Mi- chaelWalter Pelech, and son, Kenneth Matthew Pelech, Jr. Kenneth is survived by his beautiful and loving mother, Lillian Pelech of California; his loving wife of 33 years, Bar- bara Pelech of Kyle; his brother, Michael Pelech and his wife, Donna, of Florida; his sister, Donna Wooley, and her husband, Michael, of California; his son, Mark Pelech of Texas; his daughter, Christine Roberts, and husband, Keith, of Mis- sissippi; his step-son, Jeffery Hawthorne, and his wife, Dee, of Minne- sota; his step-daughter, Kimberly Hawthorne of Texas; his step son, John Hawthorne, and his wife, Sonia, of Texas; his step son, Jim Hawthorne, and wife, Michele, of Texas; 14 grandchildren; 3 great- grandchildren; and nu- merous nieces, nephews and cousins. Interment will be held at Ft. Sam Houston National Cemetery, San Antonio, Texas Thursday, May 26, 2016 at 10 a.m., under the direction of Harrell Funeral Home, Kyle, Texas. In lieu of flowers, the family requests donations be made to the American Lung and Cancer Asso- ciation or Seton Medi- cal Center-Hays in his memory. Condolences may be sent at www.HarrellFu- neralHomes.com. iiiiii Submit your ad by Thursday, May 26 to run in the June 1 edition of the Hays Free Press. Texas Crossword and Sudoku sponsored by , LP .-. ". 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