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Decatur, Illinois Sunday. March 5, 1989 FICWS Of rCCOld AO CENTRAL ILLINOIS DEATHS One stepson, an infant brother, five sisters, an infant sister, one grandchild and one great-step-grandchild preceded her in death. Benassi TAYLOR SPRINGS August Louis Benassi, 77, of Springfield, formerly of Taylor Springs, died 7:40 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in St. John's North Hospice, Springfield.

Services will be 9:30 a.m. Monday in St. Agnes Catholic Church, Hillsboro. Visitation will be 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday in Patton Memorial Home, Hillsboro, with 8 p.m.

rosary. Burial will be in St. Agnes Cemetery, Hillsboro. Memorials: St. John's North Adult Day Care Center or St.

John's Hospice of Springfield. Mr. Benassi was born in Taylor Springs, son of Louis and Maria Benassi. He was an employee in the Illinois Secretary of State's office, the Comptroller's office, Treasurer's office, door keeper for the House of Representatives, member of Msgr. Carroll Fourth Degree Assembly of Litchfield, Hillsboro Knights of Columbus Council 4608, Kershaw-Harmer VFW Post 1306 in Taylor Springs.

McLain-Chandler American Legion Post 153 in Hillsboro, former president of Young Democrats of Illinois, former Taylor Springs mayor and World War II Marine veteran. He married Mary Howard in 1936. She died in 1988. Surviving are his son, August Louis Jr. of Peoria; daughter, Mrs.

Robert (Karen) Davidson of Springfield; sister. Bertha Palaz-zola of St. Louis; three grandchildren. Two brothers preceded him in death. Caplinger LINCOLN Mrs.

Bert (Genevieve M. Pushala) Caplinger, 69, of Lincoln died 12:15 a.m. Saturday (March 4, 1989) in St. Clara's Manor, Lincoln. Services will be 9:30 a.m.

Tuesday in Holy Family Church, Lincoln. Visitation will be 5 to 8 p.m. Monday in Kerrigan Funeral Home, Lincoln, with 7:45 p.m. rosary. Burial will be in St.

Mary's Cemetery, Lincoln. Memorials: Dr. Wayne Schall Hospice at Abraham Lincoln Memorial Hospital, Lincoln. Mrs. Caplinger was born in Lincoln, daughter of Stanley and Bauman NOKOMIS Mrs.

John (Anna Olive Holmes) Bauman, 97, of Nokomis died 9:11 p.m. Thursday (March 2, 1989) in Pana Community Hospital. Services will be 10:30 a.m. Monday in United Methodist Church, Nokomis. Visitation will bfe 2 to 4 and 6 to 8 p.m.

Sunday in Stiehl-Dawson Funeral Home, Nokomis. Burial will be in Ohlman Cemetery. Bauman was born in Fillmore, daughter of Frank and Anna Sanders. She was a member Pi United Methodist Church. She married Ralph Holmes in 1919.

He died in 1945. She married John Bauman in 1952. He died in 1975. are her stepsons, P.aul Bauman of Nokomis; Earl Bauman of Ohlman; daughters, Dorothy Downs of Nokomis; Mildred Dixon of Jacksonville; Janel-da. Hill of Bement; Rosalee Johnson of Morrisonville; Jean Herzog ofc Excelsior Springs, brother, Alvin Sanders of Ensign, 46i grandchildren; eight stepgrand-ghildren; 34 great-grandchildren; two great-great-stepgrandchildren.

Hartrich STE. MARIE Clara Hartrich, 76. of Ste. Marie died 1:05 p.m. Saturday (March 4.

1989) in Richland Memorial Hospital. Olney. Arrangements are incomplete at Buchanan Funeral Home. Newton Hoover BINGHAM James Robert Hoover, 66, of Bingham died p.m. Thursday (March 2, 1989) in Hillsboro Hospital.

Services will be 11 a.m. Monday in Hohlt File Funeral Home, Vandalia, with visitation one hour before services. Burial will be in Fairlawn Cemetery, Vandalia. Memorials: Fayette County Cancer Fund. Mr.

Hoover was born in Fayette County, son of James B. and Rene Hoover. He was a self-employed automobile mechanic. He married Virginia G. Papes in 1952.

Surviving are his wife; sons. Mike of Nokomis: Steve of Ramsey; David of Fillmore; Randy, Jackie, Joe and Andy, all at home: Hoover of Jacksonville, Amy at home; brothers, John of Vandalia; Julius "Dude" of Shobonier: sisters, Mrs. Lawrence (Joyce) Manley of St. Elmo; Mrs. Ralph (Evelyn) Plowman and Mrs.

Donald (Wanda) Walton, both of Vandalia; three grandchildren. One brother and one sister preceded him in death. Continued on Page B7 by Dewey-Schildknecht Funeral Home, Greenville. Inurnment will be at Lakeview Memorial Gardens Crematory, Belleville. Memorials: Bond County Hospice or American Cancer Society.

Mr. Dierkes was born in St. Louis, son of William A. and Mabel Dierkes Sr. He was a truck driver for Highland Supply Corp.

in Highland. He married Florence Leidner in 1959. Surviving are his wife; son, Dennis A. of Greenville; daughter, Mrs. Kurt (Dorothy) Hess of Greenville; brothers, John of Greenville; Richard of Edwards-ville; sisters, Mrs.

Donald (Mabel) Arrowsmith of Marion; Mrs. Elvin (Charlotte) Hediger of Cheyenne, four grandchildren. Froehlich MOUNT PULASKI Mrs. Fred (Lola O. Armstrong) Froehlich, 89, of Mount Pulaski died 8 p.m.

Friday (March 3, 1989) in Vonderlieth Living Center, Mount Pulaski. Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday in First United Methodist Church. Mount Pulaski, with visitation from 12:30 p.m. until services in the church.

Arrangements by Dawson Wikoff West Wood Street Funeral Home, Decatur. Burial will be in Mount Pulaski Cemetery. Memorials: Mount Pulaski First United Methodist Church Endowment Fund. Mrs. Froehlich was born in Lexington, daughter of Van and Alice Armstrong.

She was a member of First United Methodist Church, Latham Chapter 507 Order of the Eastern Star, former Past Worthy Matron of Mount Pulaski Chapter 466 Order of the Eastern Star, former member of Mount Pulaski Rebekah Lodge 313 and former and charter member of Logan County Homemakers Extension. She married Fred E. Froehlich in 1918. He died in 1972. Surviving are her sons, Van E.

of Mount Zion; Fred F. of Columbia, David E. of Scottsdale, brother, William Armstrong of Lexington; six grandchildren; three great-grandchildren. One brother and one sister preceded her in death. Catherine Pushala.

She was employed at Stetson China Co. in Lincoln, Obear-Nesper Glass member of Holy Family Church and Society, Daughters of Isabella, Ladies of the Moose and Eagles Auxiliary. She married Bert R. Caplinger in 1935. He died in 1982.

Surviving are her sons, Richard E. of Lincoln; Ronald R. of New Smyrna Beach, daughter, Diane K. Farmer of Lincoln; brothers, Leo Pushala of Lincoln; John Pushala of Hazelcrest; Joseph Pushala of Tomahawk, Wis. sisters, Margaret Hagen of Atlanta; Anna Kuthan of Berwyn; Catherine Gaffney of Forrest Park; Josephine Gorence of Park Forrest; nine grandchildren; seven greatgrandchildren.

One brother preceded her in death. Conn TUSCOLA Coleman Embry Conn, 75, of Tuscola died 10:47 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in Burnham City Hospital, Champaign. Services will be 11 a.m. Monday in Waddington Funeral Home, Tuscola, with visitation one hour before services.

Burial will be in Tuscola Cemetery. Mr. Conn was born in Wilmore, son of James and Lucy Conn. He was a World War II veteran. Surviving are his brothers, Claud of Tuscola; James of Kewa-nee; Jonas of Dayton, Ohio; sisters, Minnie Jolley of Tuscola; Virginia Cotton and Anna Miller Underwood, both of Lancaster, Lois Dresselhaus and Edith Sparks, both of Cincinnati, Ohio; Branch James of Harrodsburg, Freda Barnes of Danville, Lucy Sheets of Dayton, Ohio; Stella Alaims of West Pittston, Pa.

Four brothers and one sister preceded him in death. Dierkes GREENVILLE Henry A. Dierkes 51, of Greenville died 7:05 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in Utlaut Hospital, Greenville. There will be no services.

Family and friends may call from 2 to 8 p.m. Monday at the William Dierkes Home at Dewey and Main St. in Greenville. Arrangements MACON COUNTY DEATHS 103, dies sary. Burial will be in St.

Mary's Cemetery, Lincoln. Miss Ellis was born in Broad-well Township, Logan County, daughter of Nicholas and Margaret Ellis. She was a member of Holy Family Church and Society. Two brothers and one sister preceded her in death. Mary Ellis, LINCOLN Mary "Mayme" Ellis, 103, of Lincoln died 5:23 Friday (March 3, 1989) in St.

Clara's Manor, Lincoln. Services will be 9:30 a.m. Monday in Holy Family Church, Lincoln. Visitation will be 2 to 5 p.m. Sunday in Kerrigan Funeral Home, Lincoln, with 2 p.m.

ro DECA SMALL 10th Annual BUSINESS EXPQ '89 Sunday, March 12, 1989 TUR CIVIC CENTER Surviving are her husband; brothers, Scott H. McGlasson of Safety Harbor, Malcolm T. McGlasson Jr. of sister, Bernice M. Trent of Decatur.

Denz Mrs. Raymond E. (Louise Denz, 89, of Decatur died 7:15 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in Woodland Nursing Home, Mount Zion. Arrangements are incomplete at Dawson.Wikoff West Wood Street Funeral Home.

Eyer Mildred "Ginger" Eyer, 78, of Decatur died Friday (March 3, 1989) in Highland Regional Medical Center, Sebring, Arrangements are incomplete at Brintlinger's Funeral Home. Gildart Mrs. Lee (Marcella M. Mark-land) Gildart, 72, of Winters, formerly of Decatur, died Monday (Feb. 20.

1989) in her home. Services were held in Pioneer Presbyterian Church, Winters. Memorials: American Cancer Society or donor's choice. Mrs. Gildart was born in Decatur, daughter of Wilbur A.

and Edna Markland. She was the society editor for the Midland Daily News in Midland, assistant city editor of Ann Arbor News in Ann Arbor, member of Friends of the Library, Winters chapter of Red Cross and was an officer for the Winters Branch of American Field Service. She married Lee W. Gildart. Surviving are her husband; daughters, Mrs.

Gary (Laura) Sauter of Bodega, Martha Gildart of Sacramento, Mrs. Keith (Rebecca) Fridae of Winters; Mrs. Richard (Sarah) Contreras of Davis, Calif. brother. Dr.

Murry F. Markland of Chico, four grandchildren. Kassak Otto Kassak, 76, of Decatur, formerly of Wood River, 111., and Grand Rivers, Ky.t died 11 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in his home. Services will be 10 a.m.

Tuesday in Our Lady of Lourdes Catho-lic Church. Visitation will be 5:30 to 8:30 p.m. Monday in Brintlinger's Funeral Otto Kassak 3Q prayer service. Graveside services will be 3:30 p.m. Tuesday in Elmwood Cemetery, Equality.

Memorials: donor's choice. Mr. Kassak was born in Ham-born, West Germany, son of John and Mary Kassak. He was an operating engineer for Shell Oil Co. in Wood River, retiring in 1969 after 36 years service, charter member of Lewis Clark Society of America, member of Our Lady of Lourdes Catholic Church, a World War II Army veteran, member of VFW Post 2859, Knights of Columbus Council 2944 and American Legion Post 204, all in Wood River.

He married Wilma Gass in 1942. She died in 1987. Surviving are his son. John R. Kassak of Wood River; daughter, Kathleen A.

Jenkins of Decatur; sister, Anna Salla of Taylorville; nine grandchildren. One brother preceded him in death. Rainey MAROA Esther Rainey, Macon, formerly of Maroa, died 1:58 p.m. Saturday (March 4, 1989) in St. Mary's Hospital.

Arrangements are incomplete at Dawson Wikoff Funeral Home, Maroa. Sensibaugh Mrs. David (Rose C. Schmidt) I Ames John Wallace Ames, 86, of Decatur died 8:15 p.m. Friday March 3, 1989) in Americana Healthcare Center, i Services will be 1:30 p.m.

Tuesday in West Side Church of the Nazarene. Visitation will be 7 to 8: 30 p.m. Monday in Dawson Wik-off Colonial Chapel North and one hour before services in the church. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery. Memorials: West Side Church of the Nazarene Organ Fund.

Mr. Ames was born in Bowdoin-nam, Maine, son of James H. and Nettie Ames. He was a retired minister for the Church of the Nazarene and member of West Side Church of the Nazarene. He married Ruth Verna Rollins in 1976.

i Surviving are" his wife; sons, Nehemiah of Winnemucca, Guy L. of Lakeland, James C. of Marysville, Mathew and Kenneth Luke, both of Reno, Philip of Birchfield, Maine; daughters, Mrs. John (Vashti) No-land of Acton, Maine; Mrs. Patrick (Jonquil) Presby of Santa Clara, Mrs.

Ronald (Nora) Richter of Reno; Mrs. John (Mary) Winchell of Acton; brother, James Carroll of Mountain View, sisters, Bessie Saw-ej and Pearle Wall, both of Tenants Harbor, Maine; 36 grandchildren; 15 great-grandchildren. "Two children, two brothers, two sjSters and one grandchild preened him in death. Batthauer jDavid Batthauer, 77, of Decatur died 5:27 a.m. Saturday (arch 4, 1989) in Decatur Memorial Hospital.

I JPrivate family services will be Monday in Graceland Star of Hope CJJapel. Public visitation will be 6 to8 p.m. Sunday. Arrangements tJjE GracelandFairlawn Funeral Services. Burial will be in Cemetery.

Memorials: American Diabetes Association. xMr. Batthauer was born in Bunker Hill, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alexander Batthauer.

He was a schoolteacher, retiring in 1977 from Stephen Decatur High School after 41 years and a lifetime member of National Education Association. He married Ro-sjitta A. Krost in 1934. Surviving are his wife; sons, IJaroId D. and Jack both of Decatur; daughters, Barbara R.

piinson of Delaware, Ohio; Janet H. McQuality of North Augusta, SC; brother, Johnathon of Anderson, sisters, Frieda and Anna Schlotthauer, both of Hills-bpro, Lydia Hensley and Landa Batthauer, both of Anderson; nine grandchildren. i One brother preceded him in dath. A Brazle Mrs. Clessie (Beverly Crawford) Brazle of Decatur died 6:20 pjm.

Friday (March 3, 1989) in Oiive Wood Health Care Center, Sbelbyville. Arrangements are incomplete al J.J. Moran Sons Funeral Home. Coleman Mrs. I.

Wilson (Dorothy M. McGlasson) Coleman, 83, of Park Ridge, formerly of Decatur, died 710 a.m. Thursday (March 2. in Safety Harbor, Fla. Services will be 1 p.m.

Monday irt Brintlinger's Funeral Home with visitation two hours before sejrices. Burial will be in Friends Creek Cemetery, Argenta. Memorials: Messiah Lutheran Church Library, Park Ridge. jMrs. Coleman was born in Decatur, daughter of Malcolm T.

and Elizabeth McGlasson. She was formerly an elementary schoolteacher in Decatur, member of Mjessiah Lutheran Church, Park Ridge, and Order of the Eastern SCar in Decatur. She married I. Wilson Coleman in 1940 Sensibaugh, 79, of Decatur died 12:35 p.m. Friday (March 3, 1989) in her home.

Graveside services will be 1 p.m. Monday in Graceland Cemetery with visitation 3 to 6 p.m. Sunday in J.J. Moran Sons. Funeral Home.

Mrs. Sensibaugh was born in St. Louis, daughter of Robert and Rose Schmidt. She was an office worker at Illinois Bell Telephone Co. and a member of Jehovah's Witnesses.

She married David W. "Doc" Sensibaugh in 1933. He died in 1962. Surviving are her sisters, Helen Boyd of LaPlace; Lillian Duggan and Mrs. Glen (Myrtle) Jacobs, both of Decatur.

Shride Gail W. Shride, 79, of Decatur died 11:46 Saturday (March 4, 1989) in Decatur Memorial Hospital. Arrangements are incomplete at Dawson Wikoff Funeral Home, Moweaqua. Tucker Roy Tucker, 73, of Decatur died 5:35 a.m. Saturday (March 4, 1939) in Decatur Memorial Hospital.

Arrangements are incomplete at O.W. Spady Community Funeral Home. Walker Annetta L. Walker, 40, of Springfield, formerly of Decatur, died 11:29 a.m. Thursday (March 2, 1989) in Springfield from injuries sustained in an automobile accident.

Services will be 11 a.m. Tuesday in Bisch Memorial Home, Springfield, with visitation 5 to 8 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Oak Ridge Cemetery, Springfield. Mrs.

Walker was born in Decatur, daughter of William R. and Jeffella Holt. She was a training coordinator for the Department of Transportation, attended Zion Baptist Church, Springfield, was a member of Zeta Phi Beta Sorority American Business Women's Association and NAACP. Surviving are her son, Robert E. of Springfield; daughter, Ken-dra Walker of Nashville, sister, Henrietta Holt-Shirley of El Paso, Texas.

Her parents preceded her in death. White Mrs. Ronald (Sonja Sue Utsler) White, 40, of Decatur died 11:35 a.m. Friday (March 3. 1989) in her home.

r' 1 Services will be 1 p.m. Tuesrday in Brintlinger's Funeral Home with visitation after 6 p.m. Monday. Burial will be in Point Pleasant Cemetery, nnrr Proolr Soma White Memorials: Calvary Baptist Church Building Fund or Decatur Memorial Hospital Oncology Dept. Mrs.

White was born in Decatur, daughter of Dale and Betty York Utsler. She was a postal clerk at the Decatur Post Office, formerly worked in the City of Decatur Community Development decorated wedding cakes, was a member of Calvary Baptist Church and National Honor Society. She married Ronald White in 1969. Surviving are her husband; daughters, Jackie and Kathy White, both at home; parents of Mount Zion; brothers, Ronald Utsler of Naperville; Everett Utsler of Bloomington; sisters, Janis Utsler of Bloomington; Michelle Utsler of Mount Zion; stepgrandfa-ther, Harry Copas of Decatur; stepgrandmother. Celbra Utsler of Bethany.

CORRECTIONS Larry L. Osborn, whose obituary ran in Saturday's Herald Review, is survived by a sister, Mrs. Ron (Sandra) Greve. Incorrect information was supplied by the funeral home. The Herald Review strives for d-curacy.

Readers who think an error has been published are encouraged to call the Herald Review at 429 5151. When an error is found, a correction will be published. LOTTERY SPRINGFIELD (AP) Here are the winning numbers selected Saturday in the Illinois State Lottery: Daily Game 2-8-8 Pick Four 4-2-1-9 Lotto 06-13-24-25-30-32 Estimated Lotto jackpot $6 Million Communications, Inc. May, Cocagne A King, P.C. Metro-Decalur Chamber of Commerce Midwest Credit Collection, Inc.

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