"Aurora Journal", Thursday, December 23, 1943 edition
"SERVICES TODAY FOR L. B. HUFFSTETTER
"Services for Leslie B. Huffstetter, 49, 114 Main Street, Aurora businessman, who died late Monday at the Good Samaritan Hospital, Cincinnati, will be conducted Thursday at 2 o'clock at the Stier and Williams Funeral Home, 310 Fourth Street. Military services will be in Riverview Cemetery. Huffstetter was active in business and civic affairs and conducted his affairs from a wheel chair since 1933, following an operation in Chicago during the World's Fair. He was agent for the International Harvester Company for 10 years. With his wife, he conducted an Indiana license bureau for a number of years. He was a member of the Aurora Masonic Lodge, a veteran member of the Keith Ross Post of World War I and a charter of the American Legion. Survivors are his widow, Lois Baker Huffstetter; a daughter, Doris, at home; three brothers, Kenneth, Walkerton, Ind.; Merrill, Charlestown, Ind.; and Selwyn, Atlanta, Ga.; three sisters, Mrs. R.R. Smith, Chicago, Mrs. Thomas Harlor, Riverside, Ill., and Mrs. Harry Lutz, Charlestown."