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Wednesday, February 25,2015 Trenton Sun Page 6 - Local \\; ; ,, Loretta Haselhorst Loretta A. Haselhorst, 95, of Aviston, died Thurs- day, February 19, 2015 at Aviston Countryside Man- or. She was born October 29, 1919 in Aviston, daughter of Henry and Margaret Detmer, nee Hilmes, and they both preceded her in death. She married Alois H. Haselhorst on April 18. 1939 in Aviston and he died May 31, 2000. Other precedents in- cluded a son and daugh- ter-in-law, Herbert (Betty) Haselhorst; two sisters, Regina Tebbe and Ludwina Hall; five brothers, Ludwig "Louie', Joe, Albin, Elmer, and Eugene Detmer; and several brothers- and sis- ters-in-law. " She is survived by her children, Ruth (Louis) Bill- hartz of Belleville, Jerry (Barbara) Haselhorst of Aviston, Dolores "Dee" (David) Jansen of Tulsa. Oklahoma, Ken (Carla) Haselhorst of Aviston, Al- lan (Tamara) Haselhorst of Damiansville, Jackie (David) Rakers of New Baden, and Irma (David) Deimeke of Aviston; 20 grandchildren, 29 great grandchildren; four step grandchildren; 14 step great grandchildren; and one step great great grand- child; a sister, Amelia "Mil- lie" Tebbe of St. Rose; and sisters-in-law and broth- ers-in-law Eileen Detmer and Breese, Mathilda Haselhorst, Martin and Mary Ann Haselhorst, and Herman Haselhorst, all of Trenton, and Monsignor Vincent Haselhorst of Bel- leville. Mrs. Haselhorst was a homemaker and especially enjoyed making handmade quilts, playing cards and bingo. She was a faithful member of St. Francis Par- ish, the Altar Sodality, and the Aviston American Le- gion Auxiliary Unit 1239. The funeral was Monday from St. Francis Catholic Church in Aviston, the Rev- erend Dan Friedman, the Reverend George Mauck, and Monsignor Vincent Haselhorst officiating. In- terment St. Francis Cem- etery, Aviston. Memorials to St. Francis Parish or Mater Dei High School will be received though Hempen-Nordike Funeral Home in Aviston. Condolences to Herman Robben Herman J. Robben, 84, of Trenton, died Tuesday, February 17, 2015 at his home, with lored ones by his side. He was born March 18, 1930 in Germantown. son of Herman and Clara Rob- ben, nee Duepmann, and they preceded him. Other precedents in- cluded his father-in-law and mother-in-law, Vinnue "Wieners" and Bertha Ma- lare. nee Ritzheimer: a sis- ter, Vivian (Norbert) Hedt- kamp; and his brothers: Richard, Thomas, James, Harrold and William "Bil- ly" Robben. He married Venetta Malare on November 26, 1953 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Trenton. He was a 1948 gradu- ate of Aviston High School and a veteran of the Unit- ed States Army, serving in a MASH unit during the Korean Conflict. He was a member of Trenton Ameri- can Legion Post 778. He retired in 1986 as a super- visor from Scott Air Force Base hospital. He loved his St. Louis Cardinals. as well as spending his later years with his only grandchild, Natalie Rose Noffke. Herman is survived by his wife Vanetta, of Trenton; his daughter Tina (Richard) Noffke; his granddaughter, Natalie Rose Noffke, all of Trenton: his brother. Leonard (Jea- nette) Robben of German- town; his sister, Betty (Frank) Schoendienst of Belleville; and his sisters- in-law, Betty Robben of Carlyle, Carolyn Robben and Marlene Robben, all of Germantown. There will be a memorial mass at 11 a.m. Saturday, February 28, 2015 at St. Mary Catholic Church in Trenton. Memorials to BJC Hos- pice or American Cancer Society. Condolences to Rudy Richter Rudy J. Richter, 90, of Breese, died Saturday, Feb- ruary 21, 2015 at Breese Nursing Home. He was born February 7, 1925, in Breese, son of Bernard and Anna Rich- ter, nee Zurliene, and; they preceded him in death. Numerous siblings also preceded him. Nieces, nephews, great nieces, and great nephews, other relatives, and friends survive. Mr. Richter was a retired Equipment Operator from the Clinton County High- way Department. He was a Veteran of the United States Army. He was a member of St. Augustine Catholic Church in Breese, Breese Knights of Columbus Council 2869, and Past Commander of Breese American Post 252. The funeral was Tuesday from St. Augustine Catho- lic Church in Breese. Inter- ment St. Dominic/St. Au- gustine Cemetery, Breese. Memorials to St. Augus- tine Catholic Church will be received through Moss Funeral Home in Breese. Condolences to Herman Becker Herman J. Becker, 81, of Bartelso, died Sunday, Feb- ruary 22, 2015 at Carlyle Healthcare Center. He was born Marcy 29, 1933 in Bartelso, son of Henry and Cecilia Becker, nee Jansen, and they pre- ceded him. Sibling and in-laws also preceded him. Siblings, in-laws, other relatives and friends sur- vive. Mr. Becker was retired from the Beckemeyer Smelter and had worked at Highland Box Board. He was a United States Army veteran of the Korean Con- flict. He was a member of St. Cecilia Catholic Church in Bartelso, Knights of Co- lumbus 4745, Catholic War Veterans, and Bartelso American Legion Post 976. The funeral was today (Wednesday) from St. Ceci- lia CathOlic Church. Inter- ment St. Cecilia Cemetery. Memorials to the church or the charity of the donor's choice received through Moss Funeral Home. For full obituary and condolences, Visit us on the web at ,' kb/e strive " We ShOresT. JOHN- We Serve" UNITED CHURCH OF CHRIST Hey. Mark Styjak, Pastor  X Corner First & Walnut Trenton, IL 62293 Home of 618-224-9828 Rainbow PreSchool Sunday Worship at 9:30 a.m. Sunday School for all ages at I0:45 a.m. COMMUNION FIRST SUNDAY of the MONTH Legion Club Room Open To The Public Every Friday Call for additional info (618) 588-4182 or visit us on FaceBook @ New Baden American Legion Post 321 Lunch Specials llam-4pm 618.224.2400 Open 11:00 AM ~ FAMILY PACK ~ 12 pieces Fried Chicken, 3 Lg. Sides, Rolls & Butter *18.95 Wed. 3/4 Chicken Pasta Alfredo, Garden Salad & Garlic Bread Fri. Grilled or Breaded Tilapia or Breaded Walleye 3/6 with any 2 sides TUESDAY All-You-Can-Eat Fried Chicken WEDNESDAY $10.00 OFF Bottles of Wine! THURSDAY Prime Rib for 2 Good fat,. bad fat, low. fat, no fat U of I Extension offers dietary advice URBANA, Ill. - With so much informa- tion flying around about fat, it is easy to be confused. Grocery aisles are stocked with reduced-fat, low-fat, and fat-free foods. Restaurant and fast-food menus are loading up on bacon and butter. Fat, fat, fat! Some people become so frustrat- ed that they want to exclude fats all to- gether, said a University of Illinois Edu- cation nutrition and wellness educator. "No fat is not the answer, says Drusil- la Banks. "The problem with no fat is that you eliminate the good along with the bad. A better plan is to eat fewer bad fats and replace them with good ones. In order to do that, you must understand the different types of fat." Banks explained that good fats are es- sential to good health. In fact, our bodies need fat and cannot live without it. Fats are an important part of a healthy diet and assist many bodily functions. They are called essential fats bedause our bodies cannot make them. Additionally, fats provide fat-soluble vitamins, which are needed for healthy skin, and energy. Knowing which fat does what can help you choose healthier foods. "The best fats for cooking and eating are liquid fats at room temperature. They pour rather than being scooped out of the container. These fats, called mono- unsaturated and polyunsaturated fats, come from olives, nuts, seeds, soybeans, and other vegetables. Canola oil is also in this group. These fats are considered healthy because they are good for your heart, your cholesterol levels, and over- allhealth. They actually help lower LDL (bad) cholesterol levels," she said. According to the National Institutes of Health,, bad fats are called saturated fats and trans fats. These fats are gen- erally solid at room temperature and only become liquid when heated. Notice how meat fat and bacon fat hardens as it cools. Too much of this fat are bad for you. Moderation is the key. Banks said that trans fats, or vege- table shortenings, are man-made. They are oils that have been hardened in an industrial process that adds 'hydrogen, thus the name "partially hydrogenated." They are harmful because they lower good HDL and raise bad LDL cholester- ol. Higher LDL levels can put you at risk for a heart attack from a sudden blood clot in an artery narrowed by plaque buildup, also called atherosclerosis. "Try to get into the habit of checking the ingredient list on food packages," Banks advised. "These labels will tell you what's in the food--including the type of fat and any added nutrients, or sugars. Ingredients are listed in descending or- der of amount by weight. "Fat-free on the label does not mean you can eat all you want without conse- "quences. Foods with all the fat removed have usually replaced it with something else," Banks cautioned. "Often fat is re- placed with refined carbohydrates and sugar, which may not be a-healthier al- ternative." Presented by the Clinton County U of I Extension Service Office New owner at Veterinary Services, Ltd. Veterinary Services, Ltd, in Breese is under new ownership. After practicing with Dr. William Greenwald since 2012, Dr. EmilyWood has purchased the prac- tice from Dr. Greenwald. Dr. Wood graduated from the College of Veterinary.Medicine at Kansas State University in 2002. After practicing for three years in Kansas, she moved to Carbondale where she practiced at a small animal hospital for three years. She then took a break from veterinary medicine to care for her children. Dr. Wood, her husband Eric and their two children, Nora and Sophia, live in Okawville along with Champ, a Boston terrier and Shelby, a beagle. Veterinary Services, Ltd, is a full-ser- vice small animal hospital, providing preventive, medical, surgical and dental care. They feature in-house laboratory equipment, radiology and anesthetic monitoring equipment. Dr. Wood has special interests in sur- gery, internal meiicine and behavioral medicine. She strongly believes in pre- ventive care to prolong pets' lives. Veterinary Services, Ltd has served the area for over 50 years. The business was established in 1960 as a general veterinarian practice by Raymond Hus- mann, DVM, and Byford Wood, DVM (no relation to Dr. Emily Wood). As Clinton County saw a decline in its dairy farm agricultural base, the public need for Dr. Emily Wood with "Rugby" a mixed breed rescue dog soon to be available for adop- tion through the Clinton County Humane Society. veterinary service changed from general practice with an emphasis on dairy cattle to a full-service small animal hospital. Dr. Emily Wood and the staff of Vet- erinary Services look forward to continu- ing this service for many years to come. IN THE CIRCUIT COURT OF THE FOURTH JUDICIAL CIRCUIT CLINTON COUNTY, ILLINOIS, PROBATE DIVISION Estate of THOMAS L. TRAME, Deceased No. 14-P-67 CLAIM NOTICE Notice is given tO Creditors of the death of Thomas L. Trame. Letters of Office were issued on December 4, 2014 to Mary Ann Trame of 20700 Low Bridge Road, Breese, Illinois 62230, as independent executor, whose attorney is Henry F. Bergmann of P.O. Box 61, 701 Parker St., Bartelso, Illinois 62218 618 401 7165. Claims against the estate may be filed in the office of the Circuit Clerk at the Clinton County Courthouse, 850 Fairfax St., Carlyle, Illinois 62231 or the rep- resentative, or both, on or before September 5, 2015, or, if mailing or delivery of a notice from the representative is required by Section 18-3 of the Probate Act of 1975, the date stated in that notice. Any claim not filed on or before that date is barred. Copies of a claim filed with the Clerk must be mailed or deliv- ered by the claimant tO the rep- resentative and to the represen- tative's attorney within ten days after it has been filed. Henry F. Bergmann Attorney for the Estate FEBRUARY 2015 EVENTS Sat. 7 Casino Night Sun. 8th All-You-Can-Eat BREAKPAST Wed. 18th Ash Wednesday FISH FRY Fri. 20th Kids Cosmic Bowling Sat. 21 st Trivia Night Sat. 28th Puttin Around the County Sat. 28th Cosmic Bingo BINGO Every Friday at 7:30 PM OPEN BOWL Every Fri., Sat., & Sun. Member-Owners of Clinton County Electric Cooperative, Inc. Mark Your Calendar for Your Co0perative's 77th Annual Meeting Thursday, March 19, 2015 Central Community High School Gymnasium, Breese, IL 6:30 p.m. - Member Registration 7:30 p.m. - Meeting Become engaged in the election process and heat the 2014 statistics, as well as plans for the future./ Clinton County Electric Cooperative, Inc.