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Teachers' Group Plans Fish Fry )inner Members of Mu Chapter, Alpha Delta Kappa, an inter- national honorary sorority for women educators, are plan- ning a fish fry dinner to be held Friday, March I 1, from 4:30 to 7:00 pm, at St. John's Parish Hall in Clinton. The meal, consisting of "all you can eat" fish, baked potato, green beans, applesauce, roll, dessert, and drink, will cost $8 for adults, $4 fo' children aged 12 and under. :arryouts will be available. Proceeds of the event will benefit the organization's teacher scholarship program and other community proj ects. Several active and retired teachers from De Witt and Logan Counties are members of this local chapter of Alpha Delta Kappa. We've been through a big snow, and M. Tait's another smaller snow that has melted and now sometimes we hear thunder. This winter's days are numbered, and milder weather is on its way, but there is usually some turmoil in the transi- tion. Isn't that .the way with most change, there is a bumpy part of the path. We don't have a great deal of choice with the weather, but we do about lots Jus' Thinkin' of other things. One quote I came across lately put it this way, "Destiny comes to those who listen, and Fate finds the rest. So learn what you can learn, do what you can do, and never give up hope!" (no author given). Hmmm, some of the first part of that could be hard to grasp, the second part seems easier. There was a paragraph that had some additional comments. They went something like this; you will have choices and you can make those choices, one way or the other. We may then, as time goes on, find whether we chose wisely or not. To not decide leaves it to fate, or circumstance. Another way to look at it can be, are we an active participant in our life or are we passive? By our Creator, we have freedom to choose. We also have been provided wisdom to use in making our choices. The Con- stitution, in this country, through wisdom from the Scripture and study of human history, supports active, wise, informed participation. May we, in those things for which we are responsible, choose wisely, and to the best of our ability, and that will take some thinkin' M. TaR SIU School of Medicine MT. PUI_ASKI CLINIC 509 E Chestnut Phone 792-3442 Cara Gravlin Nurse Practitioner Avid Master Gardener Doris L. Warren, 85, of Lacey, WA died at Collier Hospice Center in Wheat Ridge, Colorado. She was preceded in death by her husband, parents, and four brothers: Dick, Max, Dale and Alfred Warren. She was born Sept. 18, 1925 in Monticello, IL to Walter and Linda Mooney Warren. She married Edward H. Warren in Jan. 1946. He died in Dec. 2000. She is survived by four sons: Grant (Becky) Warren of Lacey, WA,; Greg (Nancy) Warren of Golden, CO; Jim (Laurie) Warren of Pelzer, SC; and Doug (Mary)Warren of Highlands Ranch, CO. Also surviving are one brothel; John (Marilyn) Warren of Duluth, MN; four sisters: Betty (Keith) Marlowe of Albuqueique, NM; Alice (Leland) Cross of Mt. Pulaski; Anna (Paul) Quandt of Cocoa, FL; and Pansy Drake of Collierville, TN; 12 grandchilrden, and 12 great-grandchildren. Doris graduated from Bement High School in 1944 then worked at a defense plant in Denver, CO. After marrying Ed they moved to Boulder where she worked for Dow Chemical. After moving to Bend, OR in the '70s she became an avid Gard- ner and a "Master Gardener". She was also a church organist and pianist for many churches. She was an outstanding cook and seamstress and took great pleasure in spending time with her grandchildren. After Ed's death she moved to Lacey, WA. The family is planning a remembrance of Doris and husband, Ed, and interment to be held in June 2011 in Colorado. Dems to Meet Logan County Democrats will meet Sat., March 12 at 10 am at the Owl's Roost Coffee Shop in Lincoln. Special guest speaker will be Mike Woods, Secretary, Illinois Democrat County Chairman's Associa- tion. The meeting is open to all County Democrats. The Cross I am the cross on the hill, on the wall, in the embroidery, on the brow. I am the cross of Calvary, infamy, victory, destiny. I am the cross of Oak, Tamarack, Pine, stained, painted, brazed, signed by hand. I am the dividing line of death and life, Good Friday and Easter, no and yes. I am the yes of God, the final say, the door through, the way to the other side. I am th e cross of people's yearning, weeping, begging, suffering. I know the people's heart. I am the one who said I will, O God forgive, it is finished. I am the heart of God. I am the cross. By Dr. Herbert Brokering Former Staff Associate, Wheat Ridge Ministries Istanbul, Turkey, is the only city in the world located on two continents... Europe and Asia. Ancient Egyptians slept on pillows made of stone. ST. JOHN'S LUrdERAN CHURCH "The Little Church That Coald" 5:30PM Saturday Services '11 OAM Sunday Services 223 W. Cooke St. Mt. Pulaski 792-5502 OPEN: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 8-5 -TUES/VVED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose & Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:30 MANLEY NUMENTS We guarantee the lowest price the highest quality monuments & craftsmanship .milies since 1945 ICKOX DR. - LINCOLN 735-4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.com March 5, 2011 Mt. Pulaski Times 13