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L, I   .'1,11 JIJL J/lJ111ldi JIJ_IL :]]ilI.Alli!LU J:|][[[.] llldl||i About that Beer on the Window Chief Lynn Freer started out to check the owner of the truck out. He looked to be suspended. As he drove up behind the truck, something flew out of the passenger window and blew up when it was run over. When the stop was made, the odor of brew wafted from the inside, and the occupants, of the trudL When asked, both occupants denied anyone had been drinking. The beer nmning down the passenger side window oan- tradicted their story. A citation far illegal transportation was written and the pas- senger was given a verbal for Wayne F. Schaffenacker, 85, of Mt. Pulaski, died at 7:55 A.M. Friday June 24, 2011 at Vonderlieth Living Center in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Schaffenacker was born October 10, 1925 in Lincoln to Carl and Molly Krieg Schaffenacker. He married Ruth Aukamp on February 19, 1953 Decatur. He was a retired farmer and farmed in the Mt. Pulaski and Lincoln area all of his life. He was a member of the Logan County Farm Bureau and the Mt. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church. Surviving are his wife, Ruth Schaff- enacker of Mt: Pulaski, two children Ronald (Patricia) Schaffenacker of Lin- coin, Diane R (Matthew) Douglas of Texas, brother LoweU (Norma) Schaff- In Memory Schaffenacker Dale Henry Bassett, 91, of Mt. Pulaski formerly of San Jose, CA and formerly of Grass Range, Motana, died at 1:45 pm Tuesday June 21, 2011 at Vonderlieth Living Center, in Mt. Pulaski. Mr. Bassett was born on January 3, 1920 in Grass Range, Monta to Frank Harvey and Elda Lubeke Bassett. He married Bessie Ray on March 26, 1944 at Camp Ruker, AL. She survives of Mt. Pulaski. Also surviving are two sons, David (Cathy) Bassett of Mt. Pulaski and Harley J. (Pamela) Bassett of Twin Falls, Idaho. He is also survived by nine grand- children, many great-grandchildren and many nieces and nephews. Herbert (Herb) Ayers, 91, of Hemet, CA, died June 10, 2011 at his daughter's home. He was married for 65 years to Virginia (Ginny) Ayers (Underhill) and she preceded him in death in October 2006. Private funeral services were held. Crawford Mortuary of Northridge, CA handled the arrange- ments. Mr. Ayers was born in Illinois, and moved to Hemet, CA in 1980. He graduated from Lincoln College, and retired from the State of Illinois. He was a volunteer fireman in Mt. Pulaski. He was a member of Grace Chapel Four June 30, 2011 enacker of Lil t Patricia Falker of Lincoln, grandehildren- Jennifer W-aham, Aia Scha enacker, Nicole Marten, Christopher Sdmff- enacker, Bhke Iaa Rachel Douglas, Brooke Douglas and nine great- grandchildren. He was pnmeded in death by his panmls and his stepughter Gloria Kay Rutherford. Selviees were Thursday June 30, at the Mt. Pulasifi Zion Lutheran Chundh with Rev. Chfistopl Decker officiating Burial was in Mt. Pulaski Cemetery. Memorials: Mr. Pulaski Zion Lutheran Church or Zion Lutheran School. Atmngemc entrusted to Fricke-Calvert-Sdn-ader Funeral Home, Mt. Pulaski. - " Conslruction & Remodeling Locally Owned ! Fully insured Kevin Hild 217-671-0200 Zaeh Moore gradu- ated from Illinois State University with his Mas- ters of Science in Speech and Language pathology. Zach is the son of Tom & Theresa Moore, Elkhart. He is the grandson of Gladys Moore, Mt. Pulaski and Richard & Karen Gleason, Elkhart. He was preceded in death by one son  and one brother Earl. Mr_ Barnett served in the Uni States Army during WWn in occupied Japan_ ]Fie was also a member of the San Jose. CA Shrine, San Jose Masonic Lodge. VI;W of Pahrump, NV and the M Pulaski Amerkan Legkm Post # 447. Services for Mr. Bassett we Friday June 24 at Fricke-Calv-Sdn-ader Funeral Home, Mt. PulasH. Reg. Steven Smith officiating Iknial was in Steenbergen Cemetery, with full ma3Ra rites will accorded. Memorials: Shrines Cbildrea's Hos- pital. Square Chun:h in Hemet. He is  by his daughters, Sa  of geseda, CA at Sman Hopkins of Napexville, four granddaildm and six great He was the bmflr of Erma Ayers Phillip& He was lmmeded in death by his mtgr and father, Elbertie and Violet Ayers, his  (W'fllie) Ayers, and sist Erma Phillips. He and his mfe of many years lived in ML Pulaski all.their  until moving to Califomnia in 1980. Many relatives and long-time fiiends in Mt. Pulaski and the area will miss him (2i7) 792-3218 VonderliethLivingCenter, com 112o N. Topper Drive, Mt. Pulaski Congratulations to the City of Mt. Pulaski on 175 years of history, onmmm'ty and progress/ Vonderlieth Living Center is proud to be part of Mt. Pulaski's history for nearly 40 years. We look forward to continuing to serve our Mends and neighbors, whether you need short4term therapy or skilled nursing. MANLEY We guarantee the lowest price the highest quality monuments & craftsmanship ,es s, nce 1945 713 HICKOX DR. - LINCOLN 735 -4939 Mon - Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt, manleymonuments@yahoo.com Mr. Pulaski Times 9