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Wednesday, December 10, 2014 Trer~ton Sup 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 10 Benhoff Insurance-Bruce Benhoff 4 Schuette & Associates 2 Community Bank 12 Tempo Bank 7, 9 FCB-Banks 4 First National 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 6 Christ Truck Service 4 Wallpapers Ready to Go 11 CroWn Roofin~ . 11 Brefetd Plumbing 11 Highland Recycling 11 Trenton Village 12 Clinton County Electric Coop ___ 7 AutomoUve/Transportation__ Pg. Deien Chevrolet 2, 12 N's Tire 11 Klasing License & Title 11 Health/Beauty Pg. Lebanon Optometric 11 Nails by Cindy 11 Churchee/Organizations_ Pg. Aviston American Legion 10 New Baden American Legion __ 7 St. John UCC 9 Restaurants/Bars Pg. Trenton House 3 Miscellaneous Pg. Jim's Mens & Boys Shop 3 June's Pet Resort 11 IE Communications 11 Hi-Tek Solutions 11 His Treasures 3 Kaskaskia College-SOE , 8 Public Notices/Government Pg. Public Notice Network 6, 10 Conrad-Wicks Claim Notice 7 BGL-Rakers Claim Notice 7 Medical Directory Pg. Dr. Steven Stone 4 Aviston Countryside Manor 4 Trenton Village 4 St. Joseph Hospital, Breese 4 -1914- Mrs. Maggie Malare died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Annie Granneman, in St. Louis on Dec. 11. Geo. Ruth won 16 ribbons at the O'Fallon poultry show. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gerardi are the happy parents of a baby boy since Tuesday. George Wehrman, the Pru- dential agent, was held up and robbed of $80 and his watch near Carbon. Henry Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schroeder, died Wednesday at the age of 19. Herman Dittmer, Ralph and Orville Kaufman arrived home from Watseka where they spent the past two months shocking corn, -1924- Ed Seger, formerly of Trenton, was beaten, robbed and kid- napped by two men at the Bun- ker Hill coal mine last week. Jacob Braun, a resident of this city for half a century, died Sat- urday at the age of 81. William and Elmer Bassler have opened a tire and battery business in the old Metzger building. Mr. and Mrs. Seb. Hammel observed the 58th wedding an- niversary Saturday. Miss Kathryn Harpstrite was one of the winners of the Chester Gump letter writing contest and received a Chester Gump pony cart fron the Globe-Democrat. Trenton High School basket- ball team lost to Carlyle 8 to 7 in one of the most interesting games of the season. -1934- J.M. Collignon passed away at his home Saturday at the age of 76. He was engaged in concrete work all his life. Charles Bassler was re-elect- ed Noble Grand of the Clinton Lodge I.O.O.F. The Ranz Motor Co., which re- cently took over the Henss Motor Sales has secured the agency for the Ford products. The banks of Clinton County, in conformity wiiLh their policy of conservative afad sound bank- ing practices, dedm it advisable to reduce interestlon savings ac- counts to 2% effectiive lan. I and 12 months time ~,ertificates to 2.5%. Several of Rob,rt Wilson's Sugar Creek neighbors helped him with his butchering Mon- day. place septic tanks and cesspools by a vote of 387 to 55. Miss Ramond Dorries and Frank Novak, Jr. were married Dec. 11 at the First Area Chapel at Scott AFB. Sons were born to Mr. and Mrs. Henry Fischer on Dec. 17 and to Mr. and Mrs. Martin Haselhorst on Dec. 19. -1964- -1944- Col. Walter Siegmun, well Laurel Berger, son of Mr. andknown locally, died Saturday at Mrs. P. Berger, is playing left San Antonio at the age of 77. guard on the McKendree basket- Sons were born to Mr. and ball team. Mrs. Byron Williams and Mr. Mrs. Christine Rieman was and Mrs. David Hundsdorfer installed as Worthy Matron and and a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Hoyt was Worthy PatronHerbert Schmitt. ofthe Eastern Star. Melvin Reilman, former city Lyla Graul, who has been em- clerk of Breese, died Dec. 15 at ployed at the Louden Beauty the ageof50. Shop, resigned and joined theMiss Darlene Huelskoetter WAVES. and Ronald Wehrle were mar- Mrs. Edward Singler, 47, of ried Dec. 5 at the Zion UCC in Albers, died at St. Joseph Hospi- New Baden. tal, Breese, Friday. Mrs. Stephen Geestenkors, nee Work was proceeding in a sat-Ann Mary Poettker, of Aviston isfactory manner on the Breese- died Dec. 16 at the age of 87. Germantown highway improve- George Santel, a retired Albers ment project before the snowsfarmer, died Dec. 17 at the age of came. 81. -1954- -1974- A daughter was born to Mr. The Trenton Jaycees are spon- and Mrs. Aloysius Helldoerfer on soring a Christmas home light- Dec. 8 and a daughter was born ing contest with prizes totaling to Mr. and Mrs. Paul Mannhard$300 in savings bonds. on Dec. 10. Mrs. Harvey Mann, nee Bessie J.H. Holthaus, former teacherCronin, died Dec. 7 at the age of and merchant, died at Aviston57. on Dec. 9. Carl Graesser died Dec. 8 in Russell Henss, Jane Massie Firmin Desloge Hospital, St. and Douglas Johnson are mere-Louis. He was 65. bers of the newly organized Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Zitzmann McKendree debate team. of St. Louis and fomerly of Thomas Langenhorst, vo-ag Trenton, observed their golden student at Aviston, won firstwedding anniversary. prize in the Pioneer Corn Grow- Ben J. Holtgrave of New Baden ing Contest in FFA Section 22. died Dec. 4 one day short of his Work was begun in Trenton 71stbirthday. for the installation of a new tele- Edward Kanaske, Father of phone office, another step closer Matthew Kanaske, died Dec. 5 to dail service, in Belleville at the age of 48. Walter Niemeyer, 62, died Dec. The marriage of Miss San- 19 in Bellevill fter an ex nded dra Alexander and Rodney We- illness, ber was solmnized in St. Clare The voters of New Baden ap- Church, O'Fallon on Nov. 15. proved the proposition for estab- Sr. Hermana Imming, former- lishing a sanitary district to re- ly of Aviston, died Dec. 7 at the age of 66. -1984- Fire completely destroyed the Charles Zeisset Sign building on East Broadway. ....... Mrs. Eleanore Cunningham died Wednesday, Dec. 5. She was born in Trenton on Jan. 21, 1906. Glen H. Detmer, 23, of rural Breese and formerly of Trenton, died Fri., Dec. 7. he was driving a Kohnen Concrete Products truck when it was hit by a westbound Southern Railroad freight train in Germantown. Lorraine F. Seger, 82, of Sum- merfield died Wed., Dec. 5. He was born in Trenton on June 12, 1902. -1994- Kathleen Moran of Trenton was sworn in as a Circuit Judge for the Fourth Judicial District Friday. Moran is the first wom- an elected to the bench in the Fourth Circuit. Sophmore Lindsay Brefeld scored 24 points in Wesclin's win over Frecburg. Jack Garlichs, 71, of Trenton died Dec. 6 at Memorial Hospital in Belleville. Anna C. Wind, formerly of Trenton, died at her home in Beaverton, OR on Dec. 1, she was 96. -2004 Longtime Trenton Librarian, Mary Williams will celebrate her 80th birthday Dec. 11. The Prairie Honor Band Fes- tival.was held at Wesclin High- School on Nov. 23. Wesclin's Illinois State Schol- ars are Claire Thorpe-Klinsky, Jennifer Trout, Michael James, Rebecca Callahan, Metinda Kollmann, Holly Scheuchner, Michael Meyer, Jared Jackson, Andre Jay, Kim Haselhorst and Dustin Sotnyk. Patricia A. Raney, 74, of Trenton died Dec. 2 at Scott AFB Medical Center. Harold E. Bair, 65, of New Baden died Nov. 30 at Memorial Hospital in Belleville. NB organizations team up for Kids' Christmas Party The annual Kids' Christmas Party in New Baden is tak- ing on a slightly different look this year, but will offer children through the fourth grade the same fun it always has, The event is hosted by the New Baden Jaycees, VFW, American Legion, Lions Club, Chamber of Commerce, and Fire Department. The event will once again be held in conjunction with the VFW Breakfast with Santa on Sunday, December 14 at the New Baden American Le- gion from 8 a.m. until noon. The event DOES NOT require those who attend the event to purchase a Breakfast with Santa. The VFW will be serving scrambled eggs, fried potatoes, apples, sausage, and biscuits and gravy. Money raised from the breakfast is donated back to several causes within the community. The Kids' Christmas party will offer fun holiday crafts, coloring pages, a few games, and an opportunity to sit on Santa's lap. Parents are welcome and encouraged to take pictures of their children on Santa's lap. For more infor- mation, call Mike at 698-2614. Little Card --- in 2014! ~ BlueCross BlueShield of Illinois Plan F ..os,o, s 135 DuPage, Kane, Lake. McHemy and Will counties, Get the affordable premium you want -- for the solid protection and superior service you deserve! Call me -- an independent health insurance agent -- for addition'~ information, including an application. Call me today! Mark and Donna Schuette Schuette & Associates 485 East Broadway Trenton, IL 62293-1009 618 224-7909 THE SUN News That Affects You Call 224-9422 to subscribe or visit our online store, trentonsun.net Wins Deien Lottery Tree Lester Beer of Breese, here with Deien sales associate Duane Bach and dealership general manager Nathan Deien, was the lucky winner of Deien Chevrolet's Black Friday $500 Illinois Lot- tery Scratchers Tree. The Trenton dealership held the week-long promotion to celebrate the kick-off of the Christmas season. That means low prices, guaranteed repairs and personalized service for you and your car. Courtesy Shuttle Sorvice Free Pick Up & Delivery CHEVROLET The Little Dealer with The BIG De~ls TRENTON ft. & 224-9200 deienchevrolet.com Post 321 Food Drive New Baden American Legion Post 321 is having a food drive from December 12 through December 19 to support local food pantries. Donations can be dropped at the American Legion Post during regular business hours. Children of all ages are invited to visit Santa Claus De- cember 12 and 13 at Deien Chevrolet in Trenton. Santa will be available to hear Christmas wishes from 3 to 6 p.m. on Friday, December 12, and from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. on Saturday, December 13. Cookies and milk will be served, and adults can reg- ister for an assortment of attendance prizes. Deiert's-an- nual Christmas coloring contest will take place during Santa's visit. The contest is open to children AND adults, so get your crayons ready. Prizes will be awarded in all age categories. Letters to Santa can be dropped off at the dealership now through December 18. They will be delivered Spe- cial Delivery to Santa, and he will respond to all of the letters. Please give Santa enough time to respond and have letters at Deien Chevrolet by December 18, Include a clearly printed return address. St. George K of C plans blood drive Monday in New Baden St. George Knights of Columbus Council 10311 will sponsor a blood drive Monday, December 15 from 3 to 7 p.m. at St. George Community Life Center in New Baden. Each presenting donor in December will be entered into a drawing for one of five prizes. Potential donors should hydrate well, and bring photo identification. New donors are welcome. For more information, call Lewis Deutschmann at 588- 4491.