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]orence's rner Jesus is risen. He was crucified and died on the cross for all of our sins. (Mark 16: 19). That's why we celebrate Easter... Ephesians .2:8 + 9 in the Bible says, For by Grace you have been saved through faith. And this is not of our own doings. It is the gift of God, not a result of works, so that 1 0AM 223 W. Cooke St. 792-5502 [ "EASTER" no one can boast. Because Jesus by Liberty who eventually went is risen, Christians who believe on to win the state tournament on will also rise at the time of their March 20th. Congratulations girls on a job well done this year. Near Lewistown, the land was covered with water. It looked like there had been an over-flow. We felt like we were on one of the Great Lakes. Actually, the water there is a wet lands area. death. On the Lighter Side - Our new neighbor quickly became a nui- sance by letting his German Shep- herd roam, leaving large piles of dog-doo on our lawn and occa- sionally our carport. Even when I was outside and he had the dog on a leash, he sometimes walked him onto our property, ignoring my protests. Finally I blew my top threatening dire consequences for him and the dog if I had to clean up one more doggy pile. The following day when I came home from work, a truckload of cow manure had been delivered to our side yard, which .I had ordered to enrich the soil where I intended to start a garden, I scarcely stepped out of my car when our errant neighbor rushed up and said, "I want you to know my dog didn't do it. Food for Thought- Romans 12: 6 Owe no one anything except to love each other. P.S. On Saturday, March 17th, we went to Lewistown to the State Tournament for 8th grade Volley- ball teams. The Honeybears made it to the Elite 8 and were beaten Where Families Come For The Hometown Service They Trust! Alan L. Craig Dec. 13, 1950 March 28, 2012 Alan L. Craig, 61, of WaynesviUe, passed away Wednesday, March 28, 2012 at 7:37 p.m. at his home. His parents preceded him in death. Funeral Services for Mr. Craig were Monday, April 2 at Quiram- Peasley Funeral Home in Atlanta. Rev. Andrew Maxwell officiated. Cremation rites have been accorded. Burial will be in Evergreen Cemetery in Waynesville at a later date. Surviving Mr. Craig are his wife of 42 years, Marjorie Mardelle; daughter Michel (Tim) Emrick of Mt. Pulaski and son Russel (Jenni- fer) Craig of Lincoln; grandchildren: Zachary and Julianna Craig and Andrew Emrick; sister, Carol (Steve) Mt. Pulaski Library Memory Books: In Memory of Alien Stauffer Better Homes and Gardens Gn'll It Given by the Class of 1967 In Memory of Vicki Passmore CaudiU A Perfect 10- Ron Santo Given by Bob and Cheryl McCue In Memory of Linfla Radtke Rocks and Minerals Given by Stacy Schmidt LaDew of Waynesville; and brothers: Wayne (Judy) Craig of California, Kenny Craig of McLean, and Russel (Roseanne) Craig of Waynesville. Mr. Craig was born December 13, 1950, in Lincoln, the son of Fred A. and Hazel I. Pleines Craig. He mar- fled Marjorie Mardelle Woosley on January 2, 1970. She survives. Alan was a member of the Waynes- ville Methodist Church. He worked for 42 years for Ralston Purina and then Cargill. He was a member of the Bakery, Confectionery, Tobacco Workers and Grain Millers Union local in Bloomington and the National Rifle Association. Alan enjoyed hunting, fishing and garden- ing. Memorials: OSF Hospice at 211 N. Landmark, Suite D, Normal, 61761; the American Cancer Society, or an organization of the donor's choice. Final arrangements were entrusted with Quiram-Peasley Funeral Home of Atlanta. Shirley A. Utterback July 22, 1937 April 5, 2012 Monday - Friday 9-4:30 Saturday - 9-12 After Hours By Appointment 106 5 m Street - Lincoln 217-732-7773 - Toll Free 877-465-7773 Come and see Dena Manley with over 19 Years of Memorial Experience. Lincoln & Logan County's Only Locally Owned & Operated Memorial Monument Company. We provide our families with lasting craftsmanship from the foundation to installation at the cemetery. When you choose Peasley Memorials be assured you will receive the finest products at fair prices. "Where good service with a good turn around counts!" 2o Shirley A. Utterback, 74, of Mt. Pulaski passed away Thursday, April 5, 2012 at 5:40 pm at Manor Court of Clinton. Private funeral services for Mrs. Utterback were held Monday, March 26 at Steenbergen Cemetery. Mark Weber officiated. Shirley Ann Spain was born on July 22, 1937 in Springfield the daughter of Howard Frederick and Mary E. Dean Spain. She married John Thomas Utterback on June 16, 1956. He survives. ' Also surviving are daughters - Denise M. (John S.) Sprague of Kenney, Sheryl A. (Ernie) Nalley of Lincoln, and sons - John W. Utter- back of Lincoln, Robert L. (Carol) Utterback of Mt. Pulaski; brothers Mt. Pulaski Times - Louis Spain and Howard R. (Joan) Spain all of Springfield; and Eleven grandchildren and Thirteen great grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, brother- Harvey Spain, and sister- Mary Margaret Kidd. Shirley was a member of the Bug falo Christian Church. Memorials: American Cancer Society. Peasley Funeral Home, Lincoln was entrusted with arrangements. c.o.#J,A from the Family of Shirley Utterback I want to thank all of my friends, relatives, and neighbors that sent cards, flowers, and food and kind offerings to help me with the grief of loosing my wife. I would like to thank Mark Weber for helping me ease the pain of my loss. John Utterback Thursday - April 5, 2012