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   Muscatine Journal (Newspaper) - December 13, 1969, Muscatine, Iowa                                Daily Report Saturday December District court Verna 5 Will names First National Bank executor without bond Fust Baptist church to re ceive and Evyline Paul and costs AIT a tSUl Melvin Warren Marvel Warren It AiU til r 4 If ai J til 9 Kenneth Warren Jean Warren braska st bond to appear Robert Zoller Man Zoller and H Patty Marston each Re maander of estate assigned to First National Bank for a daughter Marilyn Connors durMonday Yirr AJ her lifetime and that she have income rents and profits 6ht St costs If daughter does not desire to o live in home at 107 Locust exec Smalley Ave released on sum v utor empowered to sell the home and divide the funds with onehalf to daughter and one half to residuary estate Clarence Rock died Nov 29 Will dated May 10 1969 names wife Effie executor without bond and heir to estate James W died Sept for the 4 mons to appear Monday Failure to pay overtime park ing ticketsMinera Galvan 507 E 5th St released on summons to appear Dec 19 Justice court Wafter Ptlgram presiding Possession of beer by n j r Robert David Janes route purpose of determining bond to appear whether any inheritance tax is due in the estate Divorce askedRamona E Green vs Larry R Green Cou ple married Oct 25 1964 and separated Nov 27 Plaintiff charged cruel and inhuman treatment in asking divorce and seeking real estate at 2920 Ce dar St household goods per sonal effects support and con tinuance of insurance policies Permission to remarry Jeanne Marie Ellsworth vs Ste ven Craig Ellsworth Applica tion of plaintiff to remarry ap proved informations filedJohn H Nelson 1507 Lincoln Blvd for hunting with artificial light at night and operating motor vehi cle while license suspended Ap prehended Nov 23 near Wiese slough by Erv Jennings conser vation officer James Donald Hahn 617 Lake Park Blvd for forgery Case in volved attempted w i t h drawal from savings account of another person Robert Regenniter route 1 Atalissa axle overweight of 3 840 pounds Arrested Nov 26 near West Liberty by Harvey Scholl weight officer Marriage licenseSteven Ed ward Maher 23 and Marlena Marie Schlutz 22 both of Mus catine Danny Ray Rudd 22 East Moline and Mrs Barbara Ann Bixby 30 Musoatine Gary Klindt Blackman 19 West Liberty and Carol Anne Jansen 19 Nichols Charles Andrew Oldfield 27 and Diana Jean Brendel 20 both of Muscatine Ramiro Garcia Hernandez 18 and Rosie Hernandez Garcia 16 both of Muscaline DismissalGerd and Ann Van Veen vs Clarence R Hollen beck Jr John Monroe Velma Monroe and Gregory Monroe a minor by his father John Monroe vs George Wheeler Suit involved auto accident July 1 1967 two miles north of Wapello on high way 61 John Monroe sought Velma Monroe and Gregory Monroe Divorce decreeCatherine Eva Freitag vs Allan Oliver Freitag Plaintiff awarded di vorce personal effects and some household furnishings along with 1962 Comet auto De fendant received personal ef fects some household items and 1964 Buick Amendment to decreeBetty J Hazlewood vs William Thom as Hazelwood Temporary writ of injunction issued against de fendant Application for Bertie D Jones vs barry J Jones Hearing set Dec 22 on plain tiffs request for temporary sup port of two minor children OrderEmma F Hayes vs Delbert H Kayes Judge ruled case shall not be dismissed Court ordered that judgment of justice of peace court against Allen W Overlander Musca tine on charges of failure control his vehicle in an acci dent Oct 23 on Mississippi Dr be set aside and the conviction expunged from the record Jury trialPetit jury found Dr Vincent P Graettinger not guilty of failure to control his vehicle in an accident in which car struck horse near West Lib erty Sept 17 Fire calls Truck pm Fri day firemen were summoned to the 1100 block of Lucas St where a truck driven by Don Kennedy caught fire in the rub ber mat in the floorboard Dam age resulted to the floor mat and soot and smoke filled the Police court Judge Jort R Pearce Curfew violationRobert Paul Krueger 207 Fairview Ave Linda MarieCusier 911 Ne Distrubing peace with motor vehicle Robert David Janes route 4 bond to appear Andres Solis Perales 719 E Cole Richard G r a d y 1215 Social calendar set for Wapello WAPELLO The social cal endar for the Wapello area has been announced for the week of Dec 1420 Monday TarrvA whiles dinner HiWay Pantry pm party at Grace Oakes Tuesday TTT VFW Hall pm Wednesday Boy Scout sup per elementary building pm Thursday Senior citizens VFW Hall and Eliot Township Farm Bureau Mrs Peggv Hunt Friday Rebekah Circle pm luncheon Mrs Floyd Reif and Ruth Circle Mrs Earl Eversmeyer 2 pm OES officers Officers appointed for the Wa pello OES are chaplain Ruth Slusher marshal Virgil Corey organist Helen Myers Ada Hfr len Williams Ruth M a r i o n Kemp Esther Genevieve Downs Martha Nola Meyer holz Elects Lena Small war der Hazel Boulton and senti nel Floyd Bouilon There will be a public installa tion on Jan2 installing officers are worthy matron Ruth Sy wassink Muscatine marshal Marilyn West fall Columbus Junction chaplain Ruth Ben tley and organist Clintha Gearhart Night Circle The Night Circle of the Metho dist United Church met Wednes day night for a potluck supper in Fellowship Hall with Mrs Oscar Kemper a s chairman There 13 members and one guest Rev George Snyder seated at tables decorated in the Christmas theme Mrs Waldo Davis and Erma Dale Webster presented a Christmas program closing with the siigmg of carols by the group Word received from Mr and Mrs Max Blankenhorn former Wapello residents are that they are wintering in Avon Park Fla where they have pur chased a trailer lot and are ex pecting her sister and husband Obituaries and Funerals SPECIALIST 5 GARY L HEIN TIPTON Funeral services for Specialist 5 Gary L Hein 21 of Tipion will be held at 1 pm Monday at the Lutheran Church in Bennett Rev Paul Mueller will officiate Burial will be in Inland cemetery at Bennett under the direction of the Dye Funeral Home at Tip ton Visitation will be held after 10 a m Sunday at the funeral home The body will lie in state from 11 am Monday until time of services Specialist 5 Hein was killed Dec 6 near Pleiku in South Vietnam A son of Mr and Mrs Lloyd P Hein of route 1 Tipton he was born April 16 He was a member of the Bennett Lu theran church A graduate of Bennett High School he entered the Army April 3 1968 and left for Vietname April 28 1969 Survivors than the par ents Mr and Mrs Lloyd P Hein are one brother Dale stationed with the Army at Fort Gordon Ga three sisters San dra Cindy and Twyla all at home and his maternal grand parents Mr and Mrs Harry Lett of Wilton Junction MRS DAISY JOHNSTON COLUMBUS JUNCTION Funeral services for Mrs Daisy Johnston 88 who died Tuesday evening at the VVapello Nursing Home were held Friday after noon at the StacyLewis Funeral Home Rev Harold Olson pas tor of the United Methodist church officiated and Miss Donna Belle Hughes was the or ganist Flower attendants were Mrs James Sands and Mrs Rollin Smith Casket bearers were Jcn Bell Paul Bailey James Sands Paul Masonholder Bill Mcrgan and Richard Morris Burial was at the Columbus City cemetery Daisy Johnston was born Aug 21 18817 the daughter of George and Elizabeth Handley Wieder recht She married R Frank Johnston Dec 28 1904 at Wa pello He died Feb 16 1967 Survivors kiclude two sons F Burdette Glen Eilyn 111 Bill of Phoenix one daughter Helen Johnston Livonia Mich eight grandchildren two greatgrand children one sister Mrs Earl Smith Wapello and one broth er Fred Wiederrecht New York City Family Night tonight at YM Another in a series of Family Nights at the YMCA will be held from 7 to 10 pm tonight Children who are nonmem bers of the YM pay 25 cents for the evening and adult nonmem bers pay 50 cents YM members pay no fee for the event in which 85 people took part last week A gym party for CoEd club was attended this week by about 60 members Twenty new mem bers were signed up for the club which meets from to each Tuesday at the YM More information may be obtained from Dale Denney youth direc tor 2634813 Red Cross is to meet A board meeting of the Mus catine County Red Cross chap ter is scheduled for pm Mr and Mrs Al Chenowith of Monday at the First National Burlington for Christmas Bank Open house slated Sunday at new pumping station CYRIL A MEYER Cyril A Meyer 69 of 408 E 7th St Muscatine died at pm Friday at the University Hospital Iowa City of a sudden heart attack Funeral services will be held at 10 ajn Tuesday at St Ma thias church Rosary will be re cited at 8 pm Monday at the Riley Funeral Home Burial will be in St Marys cemetery Visitation will beginat 9 am Sunday Cyril A Meyer was born March 27 1900 at Muscatine a scn of Antone and ManNester Meyer He was a life resident here He married Gertrude Thus June 18 1936 at Muscatine He was a member of St Mathias church Mr Meyer had been as sistant manager of Batterson Wessels Button Company and retired in 1968 after 40 years of employment Surving are his widow Mrs Gertrude Meyer one son C Stephen Meyer o f Muscatine and one granddaughter He was preceded in death bv his parents DELMAR HESTON Delmar Heston 84 Ri 5 Muscatine died Friday night at Muscatine General hospital Arrangements are pending at the Fairbanks nerals home for fu MRS EMMA HANEY Funeral services for Mrs Emma Haney 92 were held at 10 am Friday at St Malhias church Rev Vincent A Walsh officiated Mrs Connie Her mann was organist Pallbearers were Pat Ober haus Harold G Howell Jerry PHowell Wayne H Howell Robert Howell and Roger How ell Burial was in St Marys cemetery under the direction of the Riley Funeral Home Mrs Haney died Tuesday at a daughters home Open house will be held Sunday afternoon from 2 to 4 oclock at the new pumping sta tion of Drainage District No 13 in Louisa county near the lower end of the district which in cludes land in both Louisa and Muscatine counties The open house was arranged by trustees of the district and the U S Corps of Engineers to running from the Mississippi river levee to high land back a distance from the river The big construction project was under the direction of the Corps of Engineers The flank levee was originally built in April 1965 on an emergency ba sis to protect the district from record levels of water MRS NELLIE M WITTE Funeral services for Mrs Nel lie M Witte 85 were held at 9 am Friday at St Marys church Rev Car F Clems offi ciated Mrs Liilian Freund was organist Pallbearers were Dave Witte Steve Schaapveld Michael Witie Don Graham Joe Witte and John Witte Burail was in St Marys cemetery under the direction of the Riley Funeral Home Mrs Witte died Wednesday at Muscatine General hospital Santa arrested is a 442336 Frisco dancer SAN FRANCISCO APJ A neartopless Santa Claus was arrested Friday on charges of disturbing the peace in the Montgomery Street financial district Lola Raquel 26 wore special costume on her 442336 frame and distributed holiday candy when San Francisco police not ing the large crowds and stalled traffic stepped in an arrested her The words Merry Xmas were written across her breasts Her publicity man admitted the stunt was staged to promote the club where Miss Raquel is a nude dancer Church schedule for Wilton area United Presbyterian Sunday church school am morning worship am Jolly Juniors Christmas party 5 pm and PY Caroling party 7 pm Wednesday Choristers 7 pm and chancel choir pm Thursday church school board meets 8 pm United Church of Christ Sunday church school am and morning worship am Wednesday rehearsal for Christmas program 7 pm Saturday Womens Fellow ship food sale and bazaar at Quality Hardware Store Sunday Dec 21 rehearsal for Christmas program pm Zion Lutheran Sunday Sunday school and bible class 9 am and morning worship 10 am Glad Tidings Assembly of God Sunday Sunday school 10 am and worship service 7 pm Sugar Creek Presbyterian Sunday worship 9 am and Sunday school 10 am St Marys Catholic Saturday Mass 4 pm Sunday Mass at 8 and 10 am United Methodist Sunday church school 9 am and worship service am Moscow United Methodist Sunday church school am Trinity United Church of Christ Sunday Dec 14 morning worship am church school am true blue tur key supper and Christmas par ty with program of music and entertainment pm Sunday Dec 21 Sunday school Christmas program pm Hospitals Admitted Mrs Alfred Bohl ing 1116 E Second St Mrs Leah Thomas Columbus Junc tion Mrs Maymie Hayes Illi nois City Mrs George Liebbe Letts MrsElsie Leu 500 Ler oy Mrs Edith Lewis 206 W Third St Mrs Firel Stokes 317 Grandview Margaret K Hilde brandt 312 Green St Mrs Earl Bailey Letts Thomas M Grif fin 803 Climer George A Fa braius 1503 Mill Heath H McDonald Columbus Junction Jerry FStokes Illinois City Mrs Clyde Irwin New Boston Clarence F Machlan Jr 982 Newell Ave Dismissed Tima Boggs Co lumbus Junction Mrs John Houser and infant daughter 213 Pine St Mrs Douglas Coder 2000 Crestline Drive Tina Drawbaugh 2114 Schley Ave Mrs Kenneth Stigge Wapeilo MrsDonald D Hahn and infant son 320 E Ninth Mrs Darreil Sholley and infant son route 5 t Muscatine Mrs Wayne Brug ger and infant daughter 608 E Tenth St Mrs Gary Lane 913 Leroy Mrs Walter Niemann route 3 Muscatine Mrs Betty Ross 1114 Sycamore Miss Sherry Bird Monlpelier Mrs Donald KChristy 1122 Orchard Ave Richard Lester Wilton YM schedule The following schedule for the YMCA is announced for the week of December 1520 Monday am Junior High intramural basketball 9 am mens recreational swim 7 gym 12 pm Mens recreation al club Mens fitness class 2 pm High school swim team pm junior gym 4 pm Fish Prep 1 and 2 gym pm GraY and TriGraY I Muscatine la Dec 13 Leaders 8 pm m e n s rec I swim Friday am Int Jr Hi AH i ui III BB am girls rec swim am boys rec swim 9 5 area students are in U of I concert Monday prep 1 and 2 swim Saturdax pm pm Mens recreational swim volleyball 6 pm Y swim j am Minnow team pm intermediate Minnow 940 gvm 7 pm Mens judo 8 pm Intermediate recreational swim am inens rec swim and gym 12 pm mens rec dub mens j Five Universilv of Jowa stu itness class 2 pm HS swim dents from Muscatine and West team pm Jr gym 4 Branch will participate in the concert tbe held at the U of I Monday Dec 15 featuring the U of 1 Symphony Band under the direction of Professor Frank Piersol and three student en pm Jr swim prep 5 and 6 gym pm prep 5 and 6 s wim pm mens rec swim pm Int gym 8 pm Columbus Junction No am CBMC j t 1 sembles Fro m Muscaline Thomas Tuesday am Jr Hi Int BB 9 am mens rec swim and gym 12 pm Mens rec club 2 pm H S swim team pm Jr tumbling 4 pm rade tumbling pm Flying Fish pm volley ball 6 pm Y swim team pm mens gym pm CoEd club 8 pm mens rec swim Wednesday am Jr Hi Int BB 9 am mens rec swim 12 pm mens fitness class mens rec club 2 pm HS swim team pm Jr gym 4 pm prep 3 and 4 gym Shark and Porpoise pm prep 3 and 4 swim pjn mens rec swim volleyball 6 swim team pm Int gym 8 pm Int Rec swim Thursday am Jr Hi Int BB 9 am mens rec swim and gym 12 pm mens rec club pm Jr tumbling 4 pm Jrswim Grade tumbling pm Minnow pm mens rec swim volleyball 6 pm Y swim team pm mens gym 7 pm Jr am prep 123 and 4 gym am Minnow am prep 5 and 6 gym prep 123 and 4 swim 11 am Jr gym prep 5 and 6 swim am Int gym Jr swim pm mens rec swim 3 pm Int swim mens gvm 7 pm family night swim Snowbound cars receive tickets Next time it snows some 75 to 80 Muscatine car owners proba bly will move their vehicles from their parking places on streets a little faster After last weekends snow po licemen ticketed the 75 to 80 cers for being parked more than 24 hours in residential areas City law states the cars must be moved in theoneday period and a SI ticket is issued if they are not Then if the car is not moved within 45 hours it is towed away Besides paying t h e towing cost to the wrecker service in volved the car owner is fined and costs am Leslie freshman french horn ensemble son of William Leslie 601 Cedar Stephen Petersen junior percussion son of Robert Peterson 811 Leroy St and Linda Smith senior bassoon in woodwind quintet daughter of Lee Smith From West Branch James Douglass freshman cornet son of Merrill Douglass 119 Thomas Addition and Thomas Heming way freshman bassoon son of Mrs B J Hemingway 306 W Orange St The free concert will begin at pm in North Music No tickets are required for the public program This will he the first concert performance by the three en sembles CHESS WE HAVE THEM 219 East Second Street 2U4412 Junction James D Costas 514 E Fourth St Births Son to Mr and Mrs Herman J Voss 101 E Jack son Wilton Junction Friday Son to Mr and MrsFred Thirtyacre route 1 Muscatine Friday Son to Mr and Mrs Leo Ax tel Letts today Jessica Lick daughter of Mrs Dorothy Lick 941 Lucas is a patient at the Mary Freebed hospital 920 Cherry St S E Grand Rapids Mich 49506 note completion of the pumping j Mississippi river and plant and also of a flank levee quently modified in the subse FREE GIFT CITY DELIVERY YOUR FAMILY CHRISTMAS STORE WILL BE OPEN SUNDAY DECEMBER 14th SUNDAY DECEMBER 21st I 7 NOON h FOR YOUR SHOPPING P M CONVENIENCE BEATTMERU2H CLOTHES EXPERTLY CLEANED FINISHED LIKE NEW To keep the glow in your clothes bring them to us Well clean them spotlessly and then press them to perfection Fast service and efficiency our policy PHELPS BROS LAUNDRY 315 Orange 2637531 SALE STARTS SUNDAY FOR 3 BIG DAYS JUMTEft Sunday Monday Tuesday Specials 20 Life Indoor CHRISTMAS LITES Bulbs REG 20 Lite Outdoor CHRISTMAS LITES C9y2 Bulbs REG General Electric CLOCK RADIO REG Baby Party DOLL REG Proctor DRY IRON REG Magic Hostess Electric Can Opener REG 8 Roll Pack Christmas Gift Wrap REG Lady Vanity HAND MIXER REG Baby CATCHABALL REG 12 Roll Pack Christmas Gift Wrap REG Daily 9 to 9 109 East Second St Sunday 12 to 5   

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