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Lake Park News (Newspaper) - June 4, 1987, Lake Park, Iowa LAKE PARK la NEWS Thursday June 41987 2 accent datebook Wednesday June 3 The Royal Neighbor Lodge will meet on Wednesday June 3 at pm in the home of Bertha Sathren Saturday June 6 The Silver Lake Cemetery Society will meet on Saturday June 6 at 2 at the Presbyterian church Officers are asked be there at for a special meeting Serving Erma Thorn and Nora Stroud The Dickinson County for Prevention of Domestic Violence will sponsor and Omelet Breakfast on Saturday lune 6 from 10 ajn to 2 pm at the Milford Community room at the Milford City Hall Tickets are for adults and for children with preschool children free Friday June 5 AA Alanon will meet on Friday June 5 at Concordia Lutheran church Lake Park at pm The Senior Citizens will meet in regular session on Friday June 5 Tuesday June 9 The American Legion Auxiliary Unit 371 of Lake Park will meet on Tuesday June 9 at Election of officers will be held Hostesses Eima and Becky Voigt Thursday June 11 The Practical Pleasure Club will meet on Thursday June 11 at oclock for a picnic dinner at Memorial Park in Spirit Lake Phyllis Graham Stella Perkins and Margaret Bahl will drive dinner date The Dinner Date menu for Friday June 12 will be served at 12 noon at the Lake Park Fire Station Reservations must be made by calling Lovella Ritterholz 8323387 or Vi Breffle at 8323413 by 2 on Thursdays Friday June 12 Whiting filet potato peas fruit juice lemon cake Lakes Area Dinner Date Menu for Monday June 8 through June 12 is served daily at at the Community Building Hwy 9 71 Spirit Lake Please make reservations the day before by calling 3362540 between the hours of 5 and 7 Reservations and cancellations can also be made by calling 3361388 or 3365247 No calls taken on Friday or Saturdays All senior citizens are eligible and welcome Come early and have coffee with your friends Monday June 8 Beef and noddles sliced beets cabbage slaw mixed fruits Decorating Committee meeting Music by Torgy Site Council meeting Tuesday June 9 Roast turkey mashed potatoes gravy carrots cranberries pear sauce Program Adult Abuse Valerie Welle for Wednesday June 10 Ham potato salad com rosy applesauce chocolate pudding Program Ava Robinson entertainment Program by Nutritionist lane Heikens Thursday June 11 Minute steak potatoes green beans cherry jello rhubarb dessert Friday June 12 Whiting filet baked potato peas fruit juice lemon cake Program Marian Abels entertainment Crafts at Hilltop House All meals are served with bread and butter coffee tea and milk Menus are subject to change obituaries Andy Schaefer EE Andy Schaefer 71 of Box 150 Hackensack Minn formerly of Moline died May 5 at home Services were Saturday May 9 at Union Congregational Church Hackensack The body was cremated Memorials may be made to the church Mr Schaefer was bom Aug 271915 in Lake Park Iowa Mr Schaefer was the son of the late Mr and Mrs AE Schaefer of Lake Park He married Helen Johnson in 1940 in Orange City Iowa They moved to Moline in 1940 He worked for Standard Oil Company for 35 years managing several gas stations known as Andys Standard Service in Moline He was active in Boy Scouts in Rock Island and was an Eagle Scout He was a member of the Lions Club and Jaycees of Rock Island and helped organize and was past president of the Moline Lions Club He was a former member of First Congregational Church Moline He wasa ham radio operator the widow daughters Susan Wignall Moline Rita Phoenix Ariz sons Doug Phoenix Ariz a grandson Matthew Wignall Moline sisters Hensel Alexander Iowa and Althea Chinn Oakland Calif Norma Garloff Funeral services were held at Concordia Lutheran Church Lake Park on Thursday May 28 for Norma Garloff who passed away unexpectedly at her home on May 25 The Rev William G Marten officiated Marlys Stahly was organist and Wanda Garloff was soloist for the services Honorary bearers were BiD McFarland Russell Pell Gerritt Roelofsen and Hans Seimers Pallbearers were Lawrence Hartley George Grussing Richard Reimers Richard Voss Carl Williams and Richard Norma Louise Wilhelmine Garloff was bom to Henry and Emma Garloff at Clarence on Dec 23 1914 The family moved to Harris in 1929 where she completed her education Norma was a homemaker spending most of her time helping George on the farm and caring for the grandchildren and greatgrandchildren who were special to her Surviving are her son George Lake Park three grandchildren Allan Shane and Renae Mrs Richard all of Lake Park three great grandchildren Heidi and Daniel Garloff and Michael Reimers Lake Park two sisters Leona Mn Hans Harris and Evelyn Pooley Boise Idaho several nieces and nephews One nephew Melvin Garloff Windom Minn was raised by Norma Preceding her in death were her parents five brothers and an infant sister and brother Interment was in Silver Lake Cemetery at Lake Park Wesleyan Fellowship meets The Wesleyan Fellowship of the Lake Park United Methodist Church met at the Leslie Groff home on Sunday evening Mildred Sindt of the Methodist Camp at Spirit Lake was co hostess Meeting was opened by president Mitchell by reading a poem from the Guidepost and a prayer Minutes of the April meeting were read Corrected and accepted Treasurers report approved The next meeting will be a potluck picnic dinner at the City Park on June A short business meeting followed The Herberts who will be leaving for a year of volunteer missionary work in Africa were presented with a Brown Bag by Pres Mitchell The bag contained various food and drink mixes to tuck into their luggage water is the only ingredient necessary to complete MR AND MRS DAVE DEAN SR Lake Park Iowa will be honored on their SOth Golden Wedding anniversary with an open house from 24 Sunday June 71987 at the Sioux Valky Trinity Lutheran Church There will be a short program at 230 pan The event will be hosted by their children Your presence fs the only gift requested hospital The following information concerns the people in the Lake Park Harris Round Lake and Lake field Minn area May 26 Admissions Amanda Gilmore Dismissals Mrs Tom Banner and twins hired Larry Goodell a finance and banking and corporate communication major who graduated from Buena Vista College in Storm Lake on May 17 has accepted a position at Halpert Oberst and Company in Fort Lauderdale Florida He will be a stockbroker Goodell is the son of Mr and Mrs Clayton Goodell of Lake Park be auditor Donna Kruger who also graduated from Buena Vista on May 17 with a degree in accounting has accepted a position at the State Auditors Office in Des She will be working as an assistant staff auditor Kruger is the daughter of Mr and Mrs Herman Kruger RR 1 Lake Park 4H day camp Day camp for Junior 4H members in Dickinson County will be held Tuesday June 9 from 9 am to 2 at Horseshoe Bend Milford Regis ration forms available at the Dickinson County Extension Office and fees of are due at the office by June 5 This is open to all young sters ages 911 Bring a sack lunch and be prepared for lots of fun Rain dale is June 16 Foster appointed Fischer accepted Doric Fischer has been accepted fov admission at the University of Minnesota Waseca She will major in Light Horse Management She is the of Mr and Mrs Gordon Fischer of Rt 2 Lake Park Upon graduation students receive the Associate in Applied Science Degree from UMW which enables them to pursue careers at the semi professional level in the broad fields related to agriculture New Maximum Hold ix all dentures securely In place to Free See toi Special is now more special than ever Its new improved formula helps prevent slipping and sliding So all dentures even older ones stay in place longer Saluting the Leaders of Tommorow Shannon 9 Sarah 7 Children of Doug Ivy Serck y Joshua Ryan Beth 4 3 2 Children of Robert Bonnie Boetel Reported Ihe former pastor will be having a retirement party at Story City A mens retreat wil be held at Simpson College June 1719 Rev Warren and Irene Paige of the Methodist Camp showed slides of trip to England which included many churches and homes once frequented by John Wesky and other well known people The pictures and information by the was most interesting and informative Others in attendance included Mr and Mrs Harold McCauley Mr and Mrs Harold Bahl Mr and Mn Leon Goodell Mr and Mrs Bobby Herbert Mr and Mrs Allan McClain Dorothy Neitzke Pastor and Mrs Lusher Harvey Walker Mr and Mrs Harlen Mitchell Rowena Hoover Mr and Mrs Ronald Graham and Mr and Mrs Alfred Scouts go on trail ride Horseback riding was the emphasis for fun in May Fourteen Cub Scouts and three adults went riding at their own expense at Camp Foster The boys were split into two groups taking turns at a 45 minute trail ride or group games It was a great treat to be remembered A pack meeting potluck picnic will be held this Saturday June 6 at the City Park The fun will begin at 6 pm with each family contributing to the meal with one hot dish and salad or dessert and their own table ware This meeting will culminate the Cub Scouting year A summer schedule will be followed where the scouts will meet two times a month with prearranged activities The Cub Scouts would like to thank ihe community for their continued support to Catch the Scouting Spirit A Rotary Club scholarship Dickinson County Memorial Hos has announced the appointment of Verlyn Foster as the hospital admin Foster is presently administrator at Jefferson County Memorial Hospital in Fairbury Nebraska His wife Mary Lou is a school teacher and the couple has three grown children He will assume the Dickinson County Memorial Hospital admini duties beginning July 1 Open house The Rev and Mrs Robert will be honored by their eleven children with an open house celebration of the couples 40th wedding anniversary The open house will be held June 14 from 24 pm in Altamont 111 The formerly of Sioux Valley now reside in Marshall Dl The name of Lenora Kazemba of Sioux Valley was omitted last week from the list of their childrens names Nurse aide class A Geriatric Nurse Aide class will be held for three weeks at the Lake Park Care Center from June 9 to the 25 three days a week on Tuesdays Wednesdays and Thursdays The first class on June 9 will run from 8 am to 2 pm The following days will be from 7 am to 2 pm Cost for the class is 57800 plus the textbook for Cost for the class may be worked out at the Care Center if you wish Lunch is available at the Care Center or you may brown bag If interested contact Bob Hinz Lake Park Care Center 8323691 The Iowa Great Lakes Rotary Club invites individuals to apply for a 1987 88 Rotary Foundation Scholarship The Rotary Foundation of Rotary International offers Graduate Scholar ships Undergraduate Scholarships Vocational Scholarships Teacher of the Handicapped Scholarships and Journalism Scholarships to outstanding young men and women who are interested in promoting international understanding and can fulfill a dual role of student and Ambassador of Goodwill A scholarship covers roundtrip transportation education and living expenses and miscellaneous related expenses for the 198889 academic year Awards are made for study in most any field and recipients may study in another of the 158 nations of the world in which there are Rotary Clubs A candidate for a Rotary Founda tion Educational Scholarship must not be a Rotarian or a or dependent of a Rotarian be both an outstanding student technician teacher or journalist and a potential Ambassador of Goodwill demonstrate personal qualities of leadership initiative enthusiasm adaptability maturity and seriousness of purpose be proficient in the language of the study country or be willing to participate in a period of intensive training in that language prior to Ihe commencement of the 198889 academic year meet specific requirements for each award For additional information and to receive application materials contact Mr Bob Harming president of the Rotary Club of Iowa Great Lakes Completed applications must be submitted to Dreves on or before July 10 1987 Scholarship winners will be announced in February 1988 Abuse Hotline The Domestic Abuse HOTLINE a statewide 24hour toll free number for victims of domestic abuse has received more than 300 calls from all parts of Iowa since it began operation in Febru ary As a result nearly 200 victims of family violence have been referred to domestic abuse programs in their area of the state By dialing the toll free number 1 8009420333 callers can get over counseling from profes workers who also maintain complete statewide domestic abuse services The caller is directed to local services for further assistance The Domestic Abuse HOTLINE is operated by Iowa Childrens and Family Services through the Family Violence Center in Des Moines Many of the victims calling the Domestic Abuse HOTLINE were un aware any help was available before hearing about the toll free number said Sharon Graham Supportive Services Director for Iowa and Family Services The intent of the is being fulfilled since it is designed to provide assistance for victims who may not have access to local services or dont know where to call especially in rural areas Graham added Many of the callers said they read about the HOTLINE in their local paper HEX Tanning Booth In a hurry Get a tan in half the time Month of Unlimited Sessions Call for appointments Curly Moes Cathy Heikens Lake Park Mary Baish Stylist 8323454
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