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15 Harold Edward Kutz - Cont'f From Page 10 Harold was a huge supporter of his fam- . ily's sporting events, attending many different sporting events for his children, grandchil- dren, and great grandchildren. . Services for Harold were Wednesday, April . 2 at Immanuel Lutheran Church in Lincoln. Rev. Candida Turner officiated. Burial was in Hartsburg Union Cemetery with full military rites accorded by Emden American Legion Post #506.. Memorials: Land of Lincoln Honor Flight  or Safe Haven Hospice. In Memory b.t Waldon L. Ashbrook, Jr., 68, of Lake Fork, died at 8:02 p.m. March 29, 2014 at Sympho- ny of Lincoln. Waldon was born November 11, 1945 in Nutter Fort, WV the son of Waldon L. and Mary M. Shingleton Ashbrook. He is survived by children - Jodi (Tony Holland) Bedford of Sandwich; John (Nicole) Ashbrook of La Moille; Kim Ashbrook of Wisconsin; sister - Mary (Curtis) Haynes of Lake Fork; Grandchildren - Lucian Ashbrook of Wisconsin; Rayann and Lane Bedford of Sandwich; Skye and Lexi Ashbrook of La Moille; Jamie, Joey, Devyn and Dylan Hol- land of Sandwich. He was preceded in death by his parents, and one brother - John Ash- brook. Waldon served in the U.S. Air Force and was a member of the Jehovah's Witnesses. Waldon chose to be cremated and no ser- vices to be held. Arrangements were entrusted to Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home, Lincoln. Card of Thanks The Family of Norman Wilham - would like to thank everyone for your prayers and generous gifts after the death of our father, Norman Wilham. The cards, food, and vis- its were greatly appreciated, as were the memorials in his name to the Vonderlieth activities department and the American Le- gion Post 447. Thank you to all! The Norman W'dham family Wildflower Nature Walks Elkhart Historical Society's Wildflower Nature Walks are 10 am and 2 pm Satur- days,April 12,April 19 and Apri126. Walk- ers depart Governor Oglesby Street in his- toric downtown Elkhart. Cost is $10 for adults and $7.50 for children (12 and younger). Children must be accompanied by an adult. Registration is limited to 15 people per walk. (Private tours for 10 or more can be reserved by calling Gillette Ransom at 217-899-2238). To register, mail the online, printable form at http://www.elkharthistoricals. In Memory Norma Judith Bobeil, 84, died at 2:19 PM March 30, 2014 at her home surrounded by her loving family. Norma was born March 29, 1930 in Hopedale, daughter of Charles and Gladys Low- man Bree. She married Gary Bobell on May 6, 1951 in Lin- coln; he survives her in Mt. Pulaski. She was a member of Broadwell Christian Church and was the Logan County Fair Queen in 1946. Also surviving are her children - Kathy McDougald of Bloomington; Beth (Dale) Tanke of Sherman; Susan (Mi- chael) Selenik of Mt Pulaski; brother - Lowell Bree of Ha- vana; grandchildren - Landon McDougald, Mirrin McDou- gald, Damon Tanke, David Tanke, Brian Tanke, and Bree Selenik. Her parents preceded her in death. Services for Norma were Friday April 4 at Fricke-Cal- vert-Schrader Funeral Home, Mt Pulaski. Burial was in Steenbergen Cemetery. Memorials: Humane Society of Logan County or Mt Pulaski Historical Society. William O. Gilmer - (right) Illinois Conservation Police Officer (CPO), was among officers recognized during gradua- tion ceremony. Officer Gilrer was former- ly with the Mt Pulaski Police Department. Illinois Conservation Police officers pro- tect Illinois citizens and visitors in state Left - Right - IDNR Director Marc Mill- er, Rafael Gutierrez, Chief of the IDNR Of- fice of Law Enforcement, and Conservation Police Officer William O. Gilmer. Pork Chop Sandwich Sale April =1 2 Mt. Pulaski Christian Church Guatemala Mission Team will be selling pork chop sandwiches 11 am - 1 pm Saturday April 12 at Johnson's Food Center. Democrats Meet April  2 Logan County Democrats meet 10am Saturday, April 12 at Lincoln Public Li- brary in the downstairs meeting room. Democratic Precinct Committee mem- bers will convene 6:30 pm Wednesday, April 16 at Wendy's, Lincoln, in their meeting room. The purpose of this state mandated meeting is to elect new officers. Logan County Democrats will hold a Rfle for a 50" RCA television with LED I-IDTV. Tickets are $5 each and the draw- ing will be held during the Logan County Fair. For more information, contact Rebec- ca Drake, Chair, at 217) 796-3519. CO Detector Calls We have had a few at the Fire Depart- ment recently and the calls are related to the sensor going bad on an older co detec- tor. If the CO detector chirps, the battery or batteries need replaced. Older CO detec- tors chirp when the sensor is going bad. We have found out that the sensors render the CO detector useless after so many years, and this is a feature that is built in to the CO detector. We are asking for the citizens to check their CO detectors, and anyone who has a CO detector which is 5 to 6 years old or older, to replace their .detectors, or under- stand the detectors are going bad. There is a date code on the back of the detector or inside the detector, to let them know how old the detector is. The fire department has no problem run- ning CO detector calls, but we wanted the citizens to know that if the batteries are re- placed and the CO detector still chirps, the sensor is most likely going bad. The citi- zens can also Google search CO detector sensor problems, as there have been several recent TV news stories on this problem. Thanks - parks, on state waterways and on the high- ways and back roads of Illinois. They en- force game and fish laws, boat safety, tim- ber regulations, and drug and traffic laws. CPO's assist outdoors recreation enthusi- asts to enjoy their time outdoors safely and they are first responders in times of floods, tornadoes, blizzards, and other natural and man-made disasters. Phoenix Volunteer Firefighters Mt. Pulaski Times USPS No. 365-660 is published semi-monthly (twenty-four times-issues) per year by Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Business and Editorial Offices: Accounting and Circulation Offices: Michael Lakin, 311 S. Washington St., Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548. Call 217-792-5557 to subscribe. Periodical Postage is paid at Mt. Pulaski, IL 62548 POSTMASTER: Send address changes to: Mt. Pulaski Times, C/O Michael Lalkin, P O Box 114 - 311 S. Washington Mt. Pulaski, Illinois 62548 Office: 217-792-5557 times@frontiernet.net