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Manley ts & craftsmanship Since 1945 713 Hickox Dr. - Lincoln 735-4939 Mon - Ffi 9-5 Sat 9-Noon After Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo, com Dena Manley Memorials Not AfFdiated With Manley Monuments I2II Fifth Street Lincoln Monday - Friday - 9:00 - 4:30 / Saturday - 9:oo - Noon Anytime By Appointment Phone: 217-735-ii9i /Fax: 217-651-825o Outside Lincoln: 888-267-86o3 Email: denamanleymemorials@gmail.com Dena Manley; Memorial Specialist, has been providing memorial services for over 2o years with the craftsmanship you can rely on when it comes to remembering your loved one. Stop in today and letme help with designing a lasting tribute to be remembered for a lifetime by your loved ones. Locally owned and operated B Follow Us on Facebook Delbert Lee Hullinger, 75, passed away at 5:12pm July 29, 2013 at his home. Delbert was born December 20, 1937 in Bluffs, son of Vernard and Ber- nice McDanold HuUinger. He retired from the United States Navy after 30 years and also from Precision Products of Lincoln. Surviving is daughter Cindy (Michael) Cyrulik of Mt Pulaski; step children - Roger Lee Vogel and William Lee Vogel both of Texas; sisters - Barbara (Phil) Martin, Wilda Carmean, Cora (Rich- ard) Hutton, Phyllis Coats, and Lois (Dean) Franschier; two grandchildren and two great-grandchildren. His parents, grandson David Cyru- lik, stepson Dennis Vogel and brother Gerald preceded him in death. Services were Friday August 2, 2013 at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Mt Pulaski, officiated by Gayle Cyrulik. Burial was in Mt Pulaski Cemetery. John L. Galbraith, 55, of Chest- nut, passed away at 9:04pm Saturday, August 3, 2013 at his family's residence in Middletown. John was born December 3, 1957 in Lincoln to Raymond Eugene and Marie B. Bennett Galbraith. He worked as an iron pourer at Wagner Casting Company in Decatur for many years. John is survived by daughter Jackie (Michael) Falcon of Lincoln, son Jeff Galbraith of St. Louis, MO, sisters - Linda (David) Miller of Middletown, Vicki Moore and Loretta Francencini, both of Clinton and granddaughters - Arianna, Julia and Mia. His parents preceded him in death. Services for John were Wednesday August 7 at Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln. Burial was in Laenna Cemetery in Chestnut. Memorials: Safe Haven Hospice. Donald "Don" Eugene Shake of Mt. Pulaski passed away August 7, 2013 at the age of 78. Don was born January 19, 1935, to Woodrow and Reba Jones Shake in Taylorville. In 1959 he mar- lied Marls Kline of Stonington. Don served as a tank mechanic in the army for two years stationed in Germany. He retired from the U.S.ES. after 25 years of service. Don had a beautiful rose garden that was his pride and joy. He also enjoyed creating unique bird and squirrel feeders for his yard. He is survived by his wife Maxis of Mt. Pulaski, sister Joyce Shake of Morrisonville, daughters - Kathy Burkey of Las Vegas, NV and Laurie Chuba of Herndon, VA and four grandchildren. To his grandchildren, he will always be known as "Grandad". He will be greatly missed by all who knew and loved him. Services were held at Fricke- Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Mt. Pulaski Tuesday August 13. Private graveside services will follow at a later date. Scientists have made the world's smallest version of the Mona Lisa; about a third as wide as a strand of human hair. Blood Drive Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital is hosting a blood drive l lam - 4 pm Thursday, August 22. Walk-ins welcome or call Alexis to sign up (toll free) at 1-866-GIVE-BLD, ext. 5158 or schedule an appointment online (www.bloodcenterimpact.org) using sponsor code 60177. Thanks to Residents Every Baby bom at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital (AI. MH) leaves with a handmade baby blanket thanks to the resi- dents of Friendship Manor. Friendship Manor residents have been donating their time and talents to the hospital for close to two years. Blankets are made with fabrics that are donated by local indi- viduals. Some quilts are sold and the revenue is used to purchase more materials. The volunteers have made approximately 450 blankets. While baby designs are the most popular, the volunteers also make holiday-themed blankets and some adult "throws." Any interested individuals who may want to donate clean fabric or baby-themed fabric or batting to the project should contact Jerry Berglin (217-732-9647) at Friendship Manor. MIJtlff PdUk   Evan Cyrulik, correctly answered the question in the last edition of the MP Times, 'in what year was the Mt. Pulaski Court House built'! Evan responded by picking the date - 1848. Evan is now the first 'two-winner' of the Trivia Contest! The next question: we all know that Abraham Lincoln was a lawyer working out of Springfield when he first visited Mt. Pulaski. He was the senior partner in a law firm. Question: Who was his partner in the Springfield law-firm? (First and last name, please). And you can send your answer to: Roger Capps at rogcapps@comcast.net or at 503-775-7693. 12 year old Arkansas boy found 5.12 carat diamondat Crater of Dia- monds State Park. Kremlin is using typewriters to avoid leaks through computers. 10 E o i:, I-i O tO 0 I-=