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First "Mater" Ron Stoll had two ripe tomatoes on the vine Sat. June 25. Ron said the variety is called "4th of July" and for the second year they have lived up to their name. Ron was going to pick the 27th. Enjoy. Ron, enjoy. Engagement Announced Chestnut .. T RestaurMT e00day Fried Chieke. Friday OaNsh-Walleye Tilapia Sun., Mon., Wed., Thurs 6:00 to 2:00 Tues., Fri., Sat. 6:00 to 2:00 & 4:30 to 7;30 [ George and Cindy Clevenger of Mt Pulaski are pleased to announce the engagement of their son Jona- than Clevenger to Kim Mohrbacher daughter of Ed and Laura Mohrbacher of Champaign. Jonathan is a 2008 graduate of Mt Pulaski High School, a 2010 graduate of Parkland College and is pursuing his bachelor degree from SIUC. Kim is a 2008 graduate of Central High School in Champaign and is currently attending Parkland Col- lege. An August 14, 2010 wedding is being planned. Did You-Know - A NASA sateflite has snapped its 3 Billionth photo of the Earth. Are you? 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Erich will be honored during Induction Con: vocation this fall on the campus of the University of Illinois at Urbana- Champaign. Did You Know - Fried Kool- Aid is making its debut in San Diego. :f:i . :i!/:`,/ :' : : Open House Sunday July 3 Noon - 2 p.m. 825 2300 th Ave, Chestnut Price Reducedl/ Well-maintained brick ranch with nice full basement, Attached garage + 2 car detached garage - machine shed and bam on 2.2 acres Rte 54 towards Clinton - then right on 2200th Ave - follow the signs! National Society Of Collegiate Scholars Welcomes Erich Maxheimer "NSCS is more than just a symbol of academic achievement. -Member- ship gives students access to a number of amaz- ing benefits including career and networking resources, scholarships, travel and service proj- ects both on campus and m the community," says Stephen E. Loflin, NSCS CEO and Founder. NSCS is a member of the Association of College Honor Societies and is the nation's only interdisciplinary honors organization for first- and second-year college stu- dents. Membership is by invitation only, based on grade point average and class standing. NSCS has more than 750,000 life- time members and 270 chapters in all 50 states, the District of Columbia and Puerto Rico. Erich is the son of Mike and Suzie Maxhei- mer of Chestnut. z Hostess Connie Travis (217) 972-2938 (217) 796-3356 WERTH & ASSOCIATES 1203 Woodlawn Rd Lincoln (217) 735-3411 In the June 4th issue of the paper, I found the arti- cles on page 21 to share some things in common. One spoke of learning manners as a child, one was about Robert's Rules of Order and one spoke of education and its purpose. - A classroom is not the only place where learning takes place. It is not, in fact, even the first place that learning begins. What manners and cour- tesy and Roberts's Rules of Order give us, is a shared understanding of how things in life should proceed. They give some predictability, some struc- ture. When all parties are committed to the rules of conduct that bear on a situation, it is mutually beneficial. When there is a departure from the understood etiquette, the benefit is decreased or eliminated. Courtesy may allow for a period of time when this departure is tolerated.-A grace period, if you will, to give time for leaming and correc- I would like to address the scholarship com- mittees that took their time and made heartfelt decisions in awarding me, Haley Bowles, these scholarships. I would like to take this opportunity to show my appreciation in receiving the Mt. Pulaski Education Association Scholarship, the American Legion Ryman-Fuiten Post 447 Memorial Schol- arship, and the Mt. Pulaski Rotary Club Scholarship. The monetary awards will be very helpful m pursu- ing my college education. I am looking forward to studying Dental Hygiene and becoming a Saluki at SIUC. Sincerely, Haley Bowles M. Tait's Jus' Thinkin' tion. This may or may not take place. For the benefit of all parties, the hope is it does take place. There maybe some who feel they benefit by following their own rules, but they are unaware of what or how much they have lost. So, in any given cir- cumstance, there are norms or rules of behav- ior and conduct that apply. Past experience has shown these to be help- ful. We can and should respect and learn from wisdom that is in place. Question it and analyze it; that is how we learn. We learn that true wisdom endures. We disregard it at our own peril. You know that saying about those who do not know history are doomed to repeat it, (a loose para- phrase). It is a prudent use of resources, such as time and energy and money, etc. to conduct ourselves courteously and in an orderly fashion, rather than clean up prob- lems and messes later, or so lain thinkin: 8 Mt. Pulaski Times June 30, 2011