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3 Albert I. Zarow "AI", 95, formally of Louisville, Kentucky, Mt.Pulaski, and SlU School of Medicine lVlT. PU LASKI CLINIC Nurse Practitioner Franklin, Tennessee, died Wednesday, June 23,2010, at Morningside Assisted Living, Franklin. He was born October 6, 1914, in Chicago the son of Vera Karchinski Zarow and Isadore Zarow. He grew up in Southern California He mar- ried Dorothy Broeg in 1943 in Lawrenceburg, Indiana. A1 earned his undergrad- uate degree at University of Southern California, and his Master's degree in Chemistry g~ from Iowa Stfite. He was g~ owner/operator of Kentucky By-Products in Louisville. He was a membgr of American Feed Manufacturers, Power Engineers, Toast Masters, and a 32"d degree Shriner. Moving to Mt Pulaski in.1963, he built Kane Molass Lab- oratory, incorporating several of his patents in feed pellet- ing. Kane Molass produced dried molasses, a cattle feed ingredient. In 1983, Mr. Zarow sold the business and retired. During his retirement, he frequently lectured in the United States and Canada. He enjoyed playing golf, tennis, and reading. After retiring he often said, "I never worked a day in my life.., it has all been fun." Survivors Include - Daughters - Valerie Zimmermann of Springfield and Carla (Tom) Mazzone, Franklin, Ten- nessee, faur grandchildren, seven great-grandchildren, a niece and nephew. A1 donated his body to Science; Vanderbilt University was the recipient. No services were held. Bernice'C. Davis, 95, died peacefully at home in Ama- rillo, Texas on Monday, June 21, 2010. A graveside service was held at Memory Gardens Thursday, June 24. Mrs Davis was born Jan 8, 1915, in Lake Fork the daugh- ter of Fern and Herbert Cook. She graduated from Ursu- line Academy in Springfield and attended Blackburn Col- lege in Carlinville. In 1937 she married Robert L. Davis. who was a teacher in Mt. Pulaski. During WWII he became a civilian instructor in the US Air Force, and taught at various air force bases before settling in Amarillo in the 1950s. Bernice became a medical secretary at the VA Medi- cal Center, radiology department. Bernice" was adored by her nieces and nephews and grandnieoes and grandnephews, who remember her for her delicious chocolate pie, barbecue and potato salad, as well as handmade quilts, Christmas stockings~and thought- ful presents. Her friends remember her for her excellent bridge skills, cheerful conversations and affectionate poo- dles. For the past five years she received tender loving care in her home by Evyone Pope and Mary Robinson. Mrs.Davis was preceded in death by her husband Robert L Davis, her sisters - Eloise Smith, Mary Bowles and Alice Pinney. She is survived by her sister - Elsie Berger; her Nieces - Marilyn Wragg, Linda Reynolds, Karen Harmer, and Deborah Van Zant; Nephews - Robert Molloy, George Pinney, David Berger and John Pinney and many great- nieces and great-nephews. Ruby L. Agnew, 93, of Decatur passed away at 7:13Pm Tuesday, June 29, 2010 at Decatur Memorial Hospital. Funeral Services were Sat- urday, July 3, at Central Chris- tian Church, Decatur. Burial was in Elkhart Cemotery. She was preceded in death by her parents, husband Harold, son Gerald Wayne, daughter Sandra Maurine, sisters Edith Dougan, Norma Good- man, brothers Leland Green, Lee Green, and Gene Green. Ruby was born January 13, 1917, in Mt. Pulaskiihe daugh- ter of Abijah and Lola May (Reynolds) Green. She mar- ried Harold Bernard hgnew on September 15, 1935, in Cisne. He preceded her in death on September 4, 1959. Survivors Include - Daughter - Donna Marie (Ernie V.) Stubbe of Terrace Bay, Canada: Sisters - Louise Blan- kenship and Joyce Robinson, and brother Donald (Peggy) Green, all of Springfield; Granddaughter - Erin (Brent) Jackson of Evansville, Indiana; Great-grandson Mason Wilkerson also of Evansville; and special nephew Dick Goodman of Taylorville. Ruby was a member of Central Christian Church, a vol- unteer for DOVE ministries, Project Read, DMH Auxiliary, DMH Intensive Care Unit, and was an election judge. She was also a member of the Order of the Eastern Star. Ruby previously worked as an office manager for Dr. Chester Johnson for 17 years and was past president of Decatur Medical Association Memorials: Central Christian Church or to Special Edu- cation. Arrangements were entrusted to Brintlinger and Earl Funeral Home. OPEN: MONDAYS & THURSDAYS 8-5 TUESANED/FRI IN SPRINGFIELD Services Include Diagnose.& Treat Ages 16 and up Lab Work Available 8-3:30 : ~:4 ~;: "Concert" On a very hot Sunday afternoon, recently we were invited to attend the air-conditioned Pilgrim Lutheran church in Deca- tur to listen to their choirs. We heard the combined choirs, the chancel choir, the men,s choir, the children's choir, and the bell choir, who all were very excellent. "It seems the director is retiring, and she wanted to give one more concert under her direction. She is still with the groups but not as their director. On the Lighter Side - After Adam and Eve sinned. God told them to go forth and have children. It wasn't long after that Adam asked'Dear God. what's a headache?" Food for Thought. - John 14:6 Jesus said to him. "I am the truth and the life. No one comes to the Father except through Me. "" P.S, Recently I saw a young fellow with a cap on that had 3:16 on it. I tapped him on the shoulder and asked him if itwas John 3:16, the Bible in a nutshell. He said. Yes and t had made his day, b.ecause it was his way of witnessing. He had gotten his cap at a Bible store. q've been a technology, which is new to rids area. But we also know,that p~ple:matter, and:the Illinois Capital Area Chapter. We are serve, and4'm proud to be~ INB famUy." Help City of Control Mosquitoes Help eliminate breeding " NG foil? sites on your own proper- ty... HANDS filE[ ADJIlSTMENTS! YOU Wltt H[AR BETT[I ! Around the home, nat- ural tree holes and man- 1 made objects such as bird ..... "--~ ~ "'" ~ i baths, boats, canoes, dis- cardedtires, waterbarrels, [[[DBAC clogged gutters, and plant pots collect rainwater and ~(~1 N ~) N (~) I i allow mosquitoes to b'reed ~!~ .... ~i in your own backyard. Also~ ~ N(D if! - clean debris from drain- BACI GiiOIlND age ditches.... /~li:lii i i~ Stagnant water in unused swimming pools becomes an SIS! ideal breeding site. You can help reduce mos- quito popdlations by elimi- nating or properly maintain- ing these problem spots. Thank You- City of Mt. Pulaski Guess What Was Heard Jane Dewitt and com- pany returned from eight days in Florida. One of Jane's final stops was the Edison/Ford summer homes in Ft. Myers. She was walking through the gift shop and by golly heard Vaughn DeLeath sing- ing. She said, "'Sure enough they sell one of her CD's in the gift shop" It takes a b~g man to cry._ but it takes a bigger man to laugh at that man. COWBOY WISDOM THIS IS AH SOUND IKE 2 If YOtl APt[ MIStlNDERSIANDING WOI{DS Ir IS rIM[ ~Off A ~[[ It[AilING Ctt[CI~ liP! I THE HEARING AID CENTER 1201 WOODLAWN ROAD -- LINCOLN, IL 62656 MON--FR19AM--3PM-- (217) 735-3573 CELEBRATING 25 YEARS OF FRIENDLY SERVICE!