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A few Mt. Pulaski FFA members had the chance to attend the 2011 National FFA Con- vention; there they had the privilege to attend a rodeo, sessions, the career show, and other fun activities. Two of the members Rachel Allen and Audrey Maske com- peted there in the Ag Sci- ence Fair. RACHEL ALLEN (left) and AUDREY MASKE (right) at Ag Science Fair Dinner. !41qi!!iiiiiiiiiii!iii!Tiii!i i  ABIGAIL ELIZABETH MANNER was guest of honor at her 2 nd birthday party February 17. Guests were mommy and daddy - Andrea & Keith Manner, brothers - Nick and Sebastian, Aunt Didi Drake, grandma and grandpa - Rebecca & John Drake, and great-grandparents - Mel & Shirley Singley. Kim Knauer Memorial Scholarship Applications are available at the High School for the Kim Knauer Scholarship. This scholarship is for any Mt. Pulaski senior going into teaching. Deadline for applications is March 31. From Allen Schaal Why do the Alphabet song and Twinkle, Twinkle Little Star have the - same tune? Did you just try singing these two songs? Why do people pay to go up tall buildings and then put money in binoculars to look at things on the ground? I FINAL Planning Meeting Friday, March 2 at 7 P.M. At The Lake Fork Community Center All consignments to be on sale bill must be in by this meeting. The 39 th Lake Fork Auction is Saturday March 31 ALL AUCTION MERCHANDISE MUST BE BOOKED IN BY 7:30 AM SAT. MARCH 31 16 By Mike Lakin Chief Lynn Freer received a call. An ex- husband took issue with his ex-wife's new boyfriend. The ex-husband confronted the boyfriend, when the boyfriend was taking the divorced couple's son to an out- of-town to a basketball game. The ex-husband told the boyfriend he was not taking his son to the game. At that point the ex-husband got all Mt. Pulaski Times Engagement Announced Jason - Klein Kevin & Patty Jason ter of Ollie & Erma of Chestnut proudly Letterle of Chestnut announce the engage- and Mary Lou and the ment of their daughter late Doc Jason of Mt. Stephanie, to Jordan Pulaski. Klein, son of Tim and Jordan is a 2005 gradu- Jeanie Klein of Bartlett, ate of BHS and a 2009 IL. graduate of University Stephanie is a 2004 of Illinois in Urbana- graduate of MPHS and Champaign. He is a a 2008 graduate of the third year law student University of Illinois in at De Paul University in Urbana-Champaign. She Chicago. is now employed with He is the grandson of John Deere in Moline as Marilyn Wunderlich of an Accounting Supervi- East Tawas, MI. sor. A May 26, 2012 wed- She is the granddaugh- ding is planned. POliceReport Alpha, male and in the boyfriend's face over the matter. To make his point more clear, the ex-husband began chest bumping the boyfriend. Now this is not uncommon. You can see the same thing at the St. Louis Zoo, but you'd have to pay for that and drive all the way to St. Louis. The ex-husband became - shall we say - volcanically outspoken. He told the boyfriend, 'TII be d .... d if you take my son anywhere." To emphasize that lhought, the ex-husband presented - rather brusquely, it seems - a stark chetle of destiny for the boyfriend when he add, "111 kill you!" The couple's son, the subject of the confrontation, innocently tried to help the matter. He said he said he wanted to go with the new boyfriend, not his dad. That unleashed another round of shouting and obscenities. No arrests resulted, but a report was filed. Thursday - February 23, 2012