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Warrensburg Village Margaret Irene Bluem Tttrner, 83, of War- rensburg, died at 12: 24 pm May 1, 2011 at St. Mary's Hospital in Decatur. F~aneral Services were Wednesday, May 4 at Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski. Rev. Joel Cluver officiated. Graveside services were Thursday May 5 at Green- mount Cemetery in Quincy. Margaret was born on March 17, 1928 at Mishawaka, Indiana to Melvin and Bernice Moyer Bluem. She married Albert N. Hepler III in 1947. She later married Robert R. Turner in 1957, and he preceded her in death in 1987. Mar- garet graduated from Mishawaka High Schaol in 1946, and attended South Bend College of Commerce. She was a secretary for the Quincy Junior High School~ for 23 years. Margaret taught Sunday School at First Presbyterian Church in South Bend, Indiana and also Clerk 1994-2001 First Presbyterian in Quincy. She also served as an Elder of First Presbyterian Church in Quincy. She was a member of the Warrens- burg United Methodist Church and she was the Warrensburg Village Clerk from 1994-2001. Survivors Include - Daughter - Karen (Rev. Joel) Cluver of Latham, Son- John (Pat) Turner of Flower Mound, TX, Grandchildren - Jonathan (Julie) Cluver of Columbia, MO; Jason (Cora) Cluver of Jefferson City, MO; Mary (Travis) Wuethrich of Roanoke, IL; Anna Cluver of Latham; Susanna (Jordan) Hopman of Beecher; 2 step-grandchildren: Chris- topher and Kimberly Goodloe of Flower Mound, TX; great grand-children: Jacob, Sarah, Jared Cluver of Jefferson City, MO; Joel and William Cluver of Columbia, MO. Memorials: Gift of Hope, Organ and Tissue Donations. In Memory -- Fr0schauer Worked for Illinois Department Rosetta Fay Webb, 82, of Springfield, died at 7:10 am April 30, 2011 at St. John's Hospital, Springfield. Funeral Services were Wednesday, May 4 at Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home. Pastor Mark Weber offi- ciated. Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. Rosetta was born November 2, 1928 in Lake Fork Township, the daughter of Merle and Edna Weckel _RJedle. Rosetta worked for the illinois Department of Revenue for 17 years and i'etired in 1991. She was a member of the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Unit 32 American of Revenue 17 Years Legion Auxiliary, Salon 225, 8 & 40, and of Chap- ter 195 AARP. Survivors Include - Daughters - Kristan Webb of Springfield, Susan (David) Kmiec of Palatine, and Kathleen (Mike) Toohey of Mt. Pulaski; Seven grand- children and Five great- grandchildren. She was preceded in death by her parents, son Steven Webb, and brother Gerald Riedle. Memorials may be made to American Lung Association of Illinois Camp Superkids, 3000 Kelly Lane, Springfield IL, 62707. Avid Reader & Skilled Polly Anne Throgmorton, 79, of Vienna, IL died April 19, 2011, at 9:45 am at her home. Funeral services were April 23 at Bailey Funeral Home in Vienna. Pastor Lance Leeds officiated. Burial was in the Vienna Fraternal Cemetery. In addition to parents and husband, Polly was pre- ceded in death by an infant brother, John Luther Whitener. Polly was born September 14, 1931 in Arkansas. She was the daughter Of Del- bert Whitener and Geraldine (Gaines) Whitener. She married James Joseph Throgmorton in 1958 in Hernando, Mississippi. He preceded her in death February 19, 2000. Polly earned an Associate of Science degree in Horticulture from Southeast- ern Illinois College. She loved gardening and flowers and had been employed by A&R Williams Greenhouse in Carbon- dale, IL. May7, 2011 Bridge Player Polly had worked in the office of Dr. Ogura, an ear, nose & throat specialist, who was affil- iated with Washington University in St. Louis. She also worked along- side her husband in the operation of the family business, "Throgmorton Drug Store in Vienna, for many years. Survivors Include - Children - Sally (Mark) Van Rheeden of Chestnut and Frank (Traci) Throgmorton of Vienna; GrandSons - Sam and Max Van Rheeden and Jimmy Joe and Scot Throgmorton; Special C0usin - who Po//y loved/ike a sister, Mona Phillips of West Memphis, AR. Polly was of the Methodist faith. She was a member of the Vienna Women's Club. She was an avid reader, loved to work jigsaw and word search puzzles and was a skilled bridge player. In times of state budget crunch, small town comes together to spruce up historical landmark Saturday, May 14 and Saturday, May June 30 - July 5. There will be a job for 21 from 9a - 3p, a group of Mt. Pulaski everyone; all are welcome to come help! citizens will volunteer their time and Just one more example of the heart and talents to give their historic courthouse soul of a small community: giving of a much needed facelift, themselves for the greater good! Hope This is being done in preparation to see you there! for the 175th Celebration being held Worked for Lehn & Richard F. "Fuzz" Froschauer, 73 of Mt. Pulaski, died Friday April 22, 2011 at 7:19 pm at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital in Lincoln. Funeral Services were Thursday April 28 at the Family Life Center in Mt. Pulaski[ Rev. Rachel Stoclde officiated. Fuzz was born May t, 1937 in Lincoln, the son of Edward V. and Hazel Gasaway Froschauer. He married Juanita Hein and later married Janice Troutwine who survives in Mt. Pulaski. Fuzz worked for Lehn and Fink in Lincoln for. 32 years in shipping and receiving. He was a member of the Latham United Methodist Church, the Decatur Moose Lodge, Clinton Elks # 785, the Lincoln Eagles #2708, the Air National Guard in Springfield, the Lincoln Amer- Fink 32 Years ican Legion Post # 263 and the Wild Wednesday Golf Group of Spring- field. Also surviving - Son Rick (Diana) Froschauer of Lincoln, Daughter - Denise (Ronnie) Merold of Mt, Pulaski, Step-Daughter - Debbie (Terry) Maurel of Omaha, Nebraska , Brother- Eugene "Frog" Froschauer of Spring- field, Grandchildren - Alyssa McBenge~ Leslie Froschauer, Lindsay Hol- lomon, Brittany Merold and Brooke Merold and Great Grandchildren - Emma Joyner and Raegan Watts. Memorials: Latham United Methodist Church. Fricke - Calvert - Schrader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski was entrusted with arrangements. Mt. Pulaski Times 11