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Manley ts We guarantee the lowest price for the highest qual monuments & craftsmanship Since 1945 713 Hickox Dr. - Lincoln 735-4939 Mon- Fri 9-5 Sat 9-Noon Ae Hours by Appt. manleymonuments@yahoo.com 18 John William Hassebr Jr., 95, John was an U.S. Army Veteran. He . went to be with the Lod Saturday, was a farmer for many years and also August 31,'2013 at 2:37 p.m., at Sym- worked at the Chevrolet dealership in phony of Lincoln. Lincoln. . John was born August 14, 1918 in Eagle River, WI, the son of John and Anna Maxheimer Hassebrock. He mar- fled Mabel Ruwe on Jantmry 25, 1942 in Lincoln. She preceded him in death in 2003. Surviving axe his children- Eugene (Marsha) of Beason; Alfred (Doretta) of Kenney; twins Edward (Wanda) of Lincoln. and Edwin (Nancy) of Armington; and Lorraine (Ken) Wilmert of Bloomington; sisters - Lois (Wilbur) Ruwe, Ethel Hein, brother Glen (Muriel); sister in laws Dolly and Ema Hassebrock; 11 grandchildren; 17 great grand- children; 7 step grandchildren; 22 step great grand- children; and 10 step great great grandchildren. His wife, parents, 5 brothers, 2 sisters, and 1 great pice of Sharing Wishes. granddaughter preceded him in dea R. Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln was entrusted with arrangement. John was a member of Zion q Lutheran Church. He voluntdered at " the Midwest Food Bank of Bloom-  ington. John was a member of the Antique Car Club and Antique Tractor Club. John loved helping people and work- I ing in his garden. He enjoyed spending time with his children, grandchildren, great grandchildren, and friends. , Funeral Servioes were Friday, September 6 at Zion Lutheran Church in Lincoln with Rev. David Ramirez officiating. Burial was in New UnionCemetery in ., Lincoln. Memorials: Zion Lutheran Church, Mid- west Food Bank, in Bloomington, or Memorial Hos- to o l,=t o Dena Manley Memorials Not affated with Manley Monuments Offering Monuments, Cemetery Lettering, Stone Cleaning & More I2II Fifth Street Lincoln Monday - Friday - 9:oo - 4:3 o / Saturday - 9:oo - Noon Anytime By Appointment 217-735-1191 Outside Lincoln: 888-267-8603 Emaih denamanleymemorials@gmail.com Customer satisfaction is our top priority. We pride ourselves on giving you the best service and finest product at affordable prices." Locally owned and operated Dena Manley Charles Everett Huffer, 80, of Lincoln died at 12:58pm September 9, 201.3 at St. John's Hospital. Charles was born July 23, 1933 in 'Waynesville, the son of Everett Paul and Mary Theresa Krcnkel Huffer. He mar- fled Arlene Mac Hoffmeistcr Mffy 21, 1960 in Danville and she preceded him in death June 25, 1980. He then married June Limback Eeten October 22, 1988 in Lincoln and she survives in Lincoln. He is also survived by his children -" Jeff (Patty) Huffer of Lincoln; Suzie (Mike) Maxheimer of Chestnut; and Sherri (Corey) Clayton of Sherman; sisters - Mary Ellen Bristow of Lincoln; Barbara Sue (Richard) Mar- cotte of South Carolina; eight grandchildren and four great grandchildren. " He was preceded in death by his par- ents and first wife Charles retired from Eaton Corp as a Quality Control Inspector. He served in the U.S. Air Force; was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church and the American Legion Post #263. Services for Charles were Saturday, September 14 at 10:00am at Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lincoln. Rev. Thomas Kamprath officiated. Burial was in Zion Cemetery with fixll mili- tary rites accorded by the Lincoln American Legion Post #263. Memorials: American Legion Post #263, American Cancer Society or the Immanuel Lutheran Church of Lincoln. Fricke-Calvert-Schrader Funeral Home in Lincoln was entrusted with arrangement. Pork Chop Dinner Oct. 5 Mt. Pulaski Boy Scout Troop 122 is having their annual Pork Chop Dinner from 5pro to 7:30pm on Saturday, October 5 at the Mt. Pulaski Christian Church, Family Life Center. Tickets may be purchased from any Boy Scout or Scout Leader; $8 for adults. $4 for children ages 6- lOand there will be a free hot dog meal available for children 5 and under, Carry- outs wiU be available. If you have not been con- tacted by a Scout and need tick- ets, contact SallyVan Rheeden at 737-1880 or Pamela Erlen- bush at 414-5934. Thanks'for supporting Scout- ing in our community! South Washington Street Merchants Taste of Fall Wednesday, September 18, 2PM-8PM - Enjoy the sights, sounds, smells, and taste of fall... Refreshments served. Be Sure To Bring A Friend! Blood Drive Sept 19 The Central Illinois Commu- nity blood center drive is 3-6pm Thursday, September 19 at Elkhart Christian'Church, 113 South Gillett. Walk-ins well come. You Are Invited Logan County Residents are invited to Chester-East Lincoln School's Community Open House and Renovation Ribbon Cutting Ceremony 5-7pm Tues- day, September 17 . Chester-East Lincoln thanks Logan County Tax Payers who passed the 1% Facilities Tax in 2011 and the many individuals who donated time and services to make this renovation a suc- cess. Ribbon cutting and pre- sentation will begin at 5:30pm. For more information, please . contact the main office at 217- 732-4136.  - Monday Oct. 7. Short Articles Due 3 pm Tuesday Oct 2. Long Articles, Photos & Advertising Due 4 pm MondayOct 1. 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