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Wednesday, February 25, 2015 Trenton Sun Page 2 - Local TRENTON SUN ADVERTISING DIRECTORY Use this handy guide to locate businesses who offer the goods and services you want and need. Insurance/Financial Services Pg. State Farm-Dave Brandmeyer_ 3 Community Bank 12 Tempo Bank 3 Real Estate/Home Services Pg. Kues Bros. Realty 10 Strano-Angie Zahn 10 Strano-Joy Beck 10 Strano Real Estate 10 Three-Way Creations 3 Christ Truck Service 10 Crown Roofing. 11 Brefeld Plumbing 11 Highland Recycling. 11 R&D Electrical 11 Clinton Co. Electric Coop., Inc. 6 Automotive/Transportation Pg. Deien Chevrolet 3 Ars Tire 11 Klasing License & Title 11 Health/Beauty Pg. Lebanon Optometric 11 Nails by Cindy 11 St. Joseph's HospitaI-Breese __ 7 Legal Services Pg. BG&L Attorneys At Law 7 Churches/Organizations Pg. Aviston American Legion 6 New Baden American Legion 6 St. John UCC 6 NewBaden Fire Dept 8 Trenton Chamber of Commerce 2 Restaurants/Bars Pg. Trenton House 6 Miscellaneous Pg. Jim's Mens & Boys Shop 2 June's Pet Resort 11 IE Communications 11 Hi-Tek Solutions 11 Kaskaskia College 2 7 9 G.C. Unverfehrt Farm Supply, Inc. 3 Community Calendar Pg. Community Bank 4 Jim's Formal Wear 4 Light Brite 4 Pizza Market 4 Public NoticeslGovemment Pg. Bergmann Trame Claim Notice 6 City Of Trenton 10 Local GS volunteers honored -1915- Born to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Haas Saturday, a daughter. Dorothy, one of the twin daughters of Mr. and Mrs. Lou- is Kuntzmann, aged 2, died Wednesday. Henry Daniel of Aviston died Wednesday morning at the age of 80. Myrl Sullins, Oscar Hansel- mann and Frank Thome were awarded first prize at the. Mask Ball at Aviston Saturday eve- ning. -1925- A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. H.A. Eisenmayer at Deacones Hospital in St. Louis Saturday morning. Lambert Peters purchased the Charles Bee residence on Third Street. John Mannhard, aged 95. grandfather of John Mannhard of this city, died at his home m Highland Wednesday. Mrs. Kate Hill, formerly of this city, died in St. Louis Saturday. Herb Kurz was named all-star forward at the basketball tour- nament at Salem. Trenton took third place despite the absence of Ralph Kurz who has the mumps. -1935- Alex Montgomery is having the foundation laid for an addition to his residence in the northwest part of town. The new basketball , come. Since the boys needing new suits for : Q !iiii:, preciated. The proceeds from the play, sponsored by the Alumni Association, were used for the suits. Leo Korte and Miss Helen Kohlbrecher were married in St. years, the outfits arf to receive the honorman award for his platoon in the U.S. Marine Corps. Arnold B. Arentsen, 50, of Damiansville died Feb. 19 at John Cochran Hospital. Mary Church Tuesday morning. W]sclin's cheerleaders have bevoted the MCM Conference -1945- .chanpions. The girls include E.J. Bassler, one of our well "$ Cheryl and Carol Cryder, Judy known young men, has accepted a position in Chicago, and left for that city Sunday morning. At public auction Arthur Wuest purchased the residence of the late Mrs. Anna Kemper on a bid of $2240. Gerald, son ofMr, and Mrs. Lawrence Winkler, has returned home after undergoing an appen- dectomy. In a pinochle game last week, Mrs. John Crepps held 1500 in trumps. -1955- The Trenton Businessmen will conduct an April Fool Sale which will run through April 10. Tom Campbell, high scoring ace of Wesclin, was named to the first team of the MCM Conference. Mrs. Anton Haas, nee Clara Zimmermann, of St. Louis and formerly of New Baden, died Sat- urday at the age of 84. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Huelsmann and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Huegen. " 2 j. 3.- " _ . .... :.., ..., ,::2.  Girl Scout volunteers from Lebanon, Mascoutah, New Baden, Summerfield and Trenton are build- ing girls of courage, confidence and character who make the world a better place. These volun- teers were recently recognized by Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois for meeting their 2015 GIRL and ADULT Membership goals. Thanks to these dedicated and inspirational volunteers, girls in these communities are receiving a premier Girl Scout Leadership Experience where they are DISCOVER- ING their world, CONNECTING with others and TAKING ACTION to make the world a better place. For more information about Girl Scouts and all of tle fun, interesting and challenging things they are doing, visit the Girl Scouts of Southern Illinois website at Front row, from left, Becky Sankers, Michelle Perry, Christine Bennett, Lois Clark, and Stan Clark; second row, Loretta Hilmes, Shelly Lemons, Joanna Espique, Marsha Shirley, Tanya Burman and Rachel Wilson. , a',tRWL FaR aLL aceAnoMs  m,tr,Lrerm,s .... I eaee Mae00 00oowm ! I TH/I: 9-6 SAT 9-1 M/TAP/ 9-5 13 W. 8ROADWAY 7TreNTON g 62293 (615) 224-9322 IWINTER INSTRtIMENTM. CONCERT TUESDAY, MARCH 3 2015 7:30 P.M. - Kaskaslda College Jane Knight Auditorium _hskaskia College The Concert will feature the Kaskaslda college Concert Jazz Bands under the direction of Professor CliffJourdan. -1965- Poole, 76, of Sum- Wednesday, Feb. lengthy luess. ,er has ecn chosen Davis, and Pam Mallrich along with Jayvee cheerleaders Sharon Bultmann, Barbara Knie, arid Kathy Hoffman. -1975- An overflow crowd jammed the Legion Home Saturday night to pay tribute to the volunteer fire- men of Trenton. The appreciation night was sponsored by the Jay- cees. Gerald Spihlmann, 22, of Ger- mantown and Donald Fuehne, 18 of Damiansville were fatalities in a one-car accident Saturday afternoon on Route 161 one and one-half miles west of Bartelso. -1985- Glanzner Furniture & Carpet World changed hands after 125 years and four generations when Douglas Glanzner sold it to Mr. and Mrs. David Haselhorst effec- tive March 1. Mr. and Mrs Alvin Schmitt of Trenton are proud to announce the birth of their first child, a daughter, Cheryn Ruth. Retired Wesclin teacher, Mrs. Marguerite C. Schaefer died Sunday, March 3 at St. Elizabeth Hospital, at the age of 72. Mrs. Corrine Feldermann, 70, of rural Trenton, died Thursday, Feb. 28 at St. Joseph Hospital in Highland. -1995- Stan Clark ofTrenton washon- The concert is free and open to the public with an informal reception for patrons and performers afterward. ored at the annual Cub Scout blue and gold banquet for being involved in scouting for 50 years. February 15 marked 20 years of service to Trenton for cit su- pervisor Roger Maue. Ed Buckles "of Trenton was named vice president for training and advancement for the Okaw Valley Council Boy Scouts of America. -2005- The second event of New Baden's year long celebration of its 150th anniversary was a luncheon and vintage fashion show at the New Baden American Legion. Leah Bennett, daughter of Donald and Christine Bennett of Highland is engaged to marry Cory Whitaker, son of Todd and Cheryl Whitaker of Trenton. Kelly Kerksick, daughter of Gary and Kathy Kerksick of Trenton is engaged to marry Na- than McVicker, son of Jerry and Elberta McVicker of Watseka, IL. Jerome L. Haar, 56, of Trenton died Feb. 17 at St. Jbseph's Hos- pital in Breese. Pauline L. Ewers, 92, of Trenton died Feb. 16 at St. Joseph's Hos- pital in Breese. Joseph A. Kniepmann, 76, for- merly of Trenton died Feb. 17 at Scott AFB Medical Center.