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   Oelwein Daily Register (Newspaper) - June 17, 1976, Oelwein, Iowa                                DEDICATION The Hazleton American Legion and Auxiliary have completed one of its bicentennial projects which made the town a bicentennial Community Thetwo organizations raised the funds for purchase and installation of a flag pole and flag for the Hazleton senior citizens housing project Some of the people participating in the dedication ceremonies last Monday night were first row Frances Meythaler president of the Legion auxiliary Lorainc Chase chairman of the board of the directors Jack Sheehan a board chairman second row Erwin Goff commander of the Legion lorcn Bcrridge board member Ed Silver board member Keth Kunkle secretarytreasurer of the board and Ioren Shepherd hoard member Larry Murphy photo Worship service set for Hazleton HAZLETON One of the major events of Hazletons bicentennial activities to be held this weekend is a bicentennial worship service The service willbe held in the City Park and the cneme will be Liberty and Justice The program will open with a musical interlude by Mrs Louis Hoeck organist with O Beautiful for Spacious Skies as the processional hymn The Rev James O Olsen will give the invocation with Mrs Robert Gaffney Rodney Brandt and the Rev Sherwood Roser reading Bible passages at the liturgy Mrs Rodney Brandt will direct the Community Choir in Make a Joyful Noise Presenting history of the churches in the community will be Gertrude Hillman in charge of St Marys Catholic Church Mrs Forrest Parker First United Presbyterian Mrs LaVerne Streittmatter Lutheranism in Our Community and Henry Brandt Jr Trinity United Methodist Following the Battle Hymn of the Republic by the Community Choir a free will offering will be taken and Father LaVerne Gerleman will give the bicen tennial message Liberty and Justice The program will conclude with a litany of thanksgiving by the Rev I O Arnold Taking part in the worship will be representatives of St John Lutheran St Marys Catholic Trinity United Methodist First United Presbyterian and Zion Lutheran Following the worship service at am Sunday a potluck dinner will be held in the park with the community invited Those attending the noon meal are to bring their own table service and a dish to pass Retires Mrs Gene Savits Hager a graduate of Ogden High School and the first hometown girl to teach in Ogden is retiring She began teaching in 1932 Ogden Reporter PEANUTS THE TRAIN 15 5LOWIN6 POUR WHERE ARE CUE WHAT PO W MEAN I CANT UP HERE WHO ARS I WARNED YOU RATS WHAT DIP i oo THAT FOR OHWELL I CAN AUdAYS 50fROu ONE FftJM AtfTHW OR CULTIVATOR CLEARANCE 4 row less shields 6 row less shields NOBLE One 8row hydraulic fold rear mount USED CULTIVATORS AC 4row front mounted MF 4row rear mounted wf lat shield 2 MF 4row cultivators wrolling shields rear mount 2 J D RG830 8row rear mounted STOP SHOP SAVE Junction 150 4 190 RI 1 Box 26 Oelwein Iowa 50662 3192835353 CITY BRIEFS Mrs Eva Borland 127 jihrf Ave SE is handling itfems for the REGISTER city brief department Her number is 2832335 Please calj her with your news V and Mrs Ashley Foss were guests of Mrs Gertrude Leatherman Winthrop Sunday Slick and Tony have returned home after spending four months with her brotherin law and sister Mr and Mrs Dan Rogness and family at An chorage Alaska and Mrs E F Schuch mann spent several days at the home of their son Dr and Mrs John Schuchmann Cedar Rapids taking care of their grandchildren while their parents attended a medical meeting in Chicago 111 Welsh is celebrating his eighth birthday today Thurs Robert is the son of Mr and Mrs Dennis Welsh and Mrs Russell Schnor Hawkeye Mr and Mrs Gordon Boynton and family and Mr and Mrs Phil Boynton were weekend guestsat the home of Mr and Mrs Dean Boynton Lindenhurst 111 and Mrs Dwight Penhollow have named their son Adam Allan who was born June 8 weighing eight pounds five and a half ounces Grandparents are Mr and Mrs Gerald L Johnson and Mr and Mrs Walter Penhollow and Mrs Jack Kice and family spent a week visiting with her brotherinlaw and sister Mr and Mrs Tom Hornbeck and family in Wyoming They also toured Wyoming South Dakota and Nebraska and Mrs At Krausman were Saturday overnight guests of her sister Mr and Mrs Clair Waltemeyer Gilman Sunday they attended the 1964 Patriots dinner at New London and spent the afternoon socially at the home of Mr and Mrs Howard Miller Saathoff is ob serving his birthday today and Mrs Ashley Foss attended the Alumni High school banquet at Garrison Saturday evening Loras graduates area students DUBUQUE Two hundred six students qualified for the deans list fpr the second semester of the 197576 academic year announced by Father Neil W Tobin vice president for Academic Affairs To qualify for the Deans List a student must have an average of 335 or better and be carrying at least 12 semester hours Area students named INDEPENDENCE Curtis Pink son of Mr and Mrs Leon Pink JESUP Sheila Hagarty daughter of Mr ana Mrs Patrick Hagarty WINTHROP Paul Wieiand son of Mr and Mrs Harlyn Wieiand CALMAR Noel Thompson son ofMr and Mrs Einar Thompson INDEPENDENCE David Ronan son of Mr and Mrs Jack Ronan ELKADEjR Sieve Wendl son of Mr and Mrs Clarence Wendl JESUP Susan Haley daughter of Mr and Mrs Paul Haley Crystal Schmit daughter of Mr ana Mrs Cletus Schmit STRAWBERRY POINT Gail Moorman daughter of Mr and Mrs Lavern Moorman Leadership seminar at UIU June 30 FAYETTE A seminar on developing leadership methods will be held June 30 at the Upper Iowa University Mason City Center This seminar is a required course needed to complete the masters certificate Topics to be discussed will include com munication understanding and motivation developing positive attitudes and problem solving techniques Interested persons should contact Harold Kamm Director of University Advancement Upper Iowa University Fayette Iowa 52142 or phone 3194253311 Sumner program beginning in WU WEST UNION Special A program of art projects games singing and stories free to all school children will be held at the Lions Club park on Mondays from am and at Clark Park on Tuesdays from am beginning June 21 In case of rain the program will be held at the Senior Citizen Center and Mrs Dan Rogness Jennifer and Paul Anchorage Alaska and Susi Ross Jason and Brian Des Moines are visiting at the home of their parents Mr and Mrs Anthony Aiello and Mrs E F Schuch mann entertained Mrs Wilfred Davis Sun City Ariz for four days She also visited with other relatives and Mrs Gene Renter Timmy and Randy Elkader visited Monday with Marguerite Shew and Mrs Les Olsen were dinner guests at the Robert Fitzpatrick home Monday night in honor of Todd Fitzpatricks 17th birthday Norman Robinson and family spent the weekend with her sisters in Des Moines While there they went to Ad ventureland Pleggenkuhle reunion will be held Sunday at the Hawkeye Park and Mrs Ludwig Leyh Mr and Mrs Milton Nicol Mrs Clara Frisch Mrs Leo Meier Mrs Golden Harford Oliver Ramsay Walt Thiele and Mrs Alva Mahoney attended the senior citizens annual fiesta at the WestUnion fairgrounds Tuesday Schroeder and daughters Sacha and Kira will be accompaning her son Scott to Burlington where he will be playing the piano as part of the entertainment for River Boat Days He will be performing from 9 to pm Saturday Harry Forry Savanna 111 Mr and Mrs David Hatfield Alene and Robin and their grandson Gary Johnson Mountain Wis Mrs Lawrence Smith Independence and Mrs Ruth Dunkel Lamont visited Tuesday with Mrs Inez Car penter in the Lily Bloom home and Mrs Frank Kirch hoff attended the funeral Tuesday of Mrs Fred Messerer which was held at the Faith Wesleyan church Cedar Falls and Mrs Herbert Schneider Readlyn were guests Tuesday evening at the home of Mr and Mrs Oscar Fink Schellhorn is a patient at Allen Memorial Hospital Waterloo and Mrs Jerry Under Fredericksburg are the parents oTifeon born June 10 The baby who weighed eight pounds fourteen ounces has been named Marc George He joins two brothers Mitchell 7 and Mat thew 5 Grandmothers are Mrs Florence Recker and Mrs George Linder both of Oelwein Mrs Recker is helping care for the family at Fredericksburg and Mrs Tom Harn Jacquie Terry Patty Mike Beth and Sheila visited with his sister and family the Gene Adams en routefrom Andrews Air Force Base Clinton Md to Fresno Cal Harn had retired from the Air Force after 20 years of service He will be ad ministrator at St Agnes Hospital Fresno They also visited his mother Mrs Mary Harn who is in a nursing home in Mankato Minn and her sisters Mrs Jake Landas Mankato and Mrs Jack Hamilton Owatonna They plan to meet their son Dan who at tends Notre Dame University on their way to Fresno Wapsie V discusses fencing FAIRBANK The Wapsie Valley board of education met Monday Mr and Mrs Jim Weaver appeared to discuss possible fencing at Oran The board will look into this The board also accepted the resignation of Jim Matre junior high science teacher Steve Sedlmayr was contracted for summer driver education It also discussed summer projects including a request for lights on the Oran softball field new bus safety regulations and miscellaneous items The commencement date for the 197677 school year was changed to Sunday May 22 Hospital notes Mercy hospital OELWEIN Glenn Short Stanley Bradley Mclntyre Oelwein Mrs Roger Decker Westgate Russell Gilkes Fort Dodge Mrs Eileen Rundle Oelwein DISCHARGED i Mrs Robert Dugan Fayette fr Mrs Ruth Prideaux Oelwein John Wroten Fairbank DEATHS Daniel Conway Oelwein Sunnier hospital ADMITTED None DISCHARGED Josephine Richards Fairbank Peoples hospital INDEPENDENCE ADMITTED Jeremy Kringlen Oelwein s Francis Voshell Independence Mrs Richard Weise In dependence Kimberly Barker In dependence DISCHARGED Vernon Zieser Walker Michelle Airy Walker Mrs Harry Leary Winthrop Susan Fagle Randalia Mrs Elwyn Hays Hazleton Jeremy Logan Oelwein Mrs Everett Eddy In dependence Larry VanLaningham In dependence Mrs Lelia OBrien In dependence transferred to University Hospital Iowa City Manchester hospital ADMITTED Mrs Esther Axtell Strawberry Point Rodney Robertson Monticello Edward Tinker Manchester Kenneth Phelps Strawberry Point BIRTHS Mr and Mrs Gordon Banter girl Strawberry Point DISCHARGED Mrs Louis Allyn Greeley Marie Mellody Manchester Phyllis Crosier Manchester Mrs Don Ruddlesdin Man chester Roger Beatty Edgewood Palmer hospital WEST UNION ADMITTED Tom Hope West Union David Dales Clermont DISCHARGED Paul Voshell Fayette Loren Dancer Alpha Frank Stockman West Union Mrs Walter Durscher West Union Mrs Conner Dummermuth Elgin Mrs Dave Collin and boy Fayettfe Thursday June 171976 Central Community ELKADER ADMITTED Mrs Russell Livingston Elkader BIRTHS None DISCHARGED None Community hospital POSTVILLE ADMITTED None BIRTHS None DISCHARGED None Sunnier program ready in Bremer Co TRIPOLI Special A summer community resource development program will be held in five Bremer county communities Frederika Plainfield Readlyn Tripoli and Denver All fourth through sixth grade youth can participate in the 10 consecutive sessions centered on community action fun and in volvement The twohour meetings will be held in a local park in Tripoli June 2125 and June 28July 2 wish to thank each individual who voted for me in the primary competition for auditor and especially thank those who have con tributed kind words and helpful deeds to my campaign Larry Popenhagen The first successful railroad sleeping car was developed in Bloomington 111 in 1885 by George Pullman in la Daily Register VI I mil V r JEagSl ONE OF TWO The Oelwein Police Department had to give extra coverage to the corner of 1st Ave NE and East Charles Tuesday since two accidents occurred there within about eight hours time Here Wayne Wegner of Oelwein and Ida May Mishler of Oelwein discuss their mishap which oc curred about 11 am Mishler reportedly attempted a left turn in front of Wegner and the two vehicles collided Mishler was charged with making an improper left turn Later about 5 pm Gcraldine Johnson of Oelwein and Nadine Marie Metcalf of Oelwein hit after Johnson stowed to make a turn and Metcalf hit her from behind Metcalf was charged with failure to stop in the assured clear distance ahead larry Murphy photo Services pending for AC Swenson Services are pending for Ar thur Carl Swenson 69 Rt 2 Oelwein who died at home at 3 am today Thursday June 17 Swenson was a retired sheetmetal worker with Chicago and North Western Railroad He is survived by his wife Pauline two daughters Mrs Robert Karen Aubrey and Mrs Ronald Mary Ellen Weiford both of Oelwein and six grandchildren Burial will be in Woodlawn cemetery BrantKerns Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements Lamont accident charges pending INDEPENDENCE Special A rural Lamont man Donald Gienapp 49 escaped injury last night Wednesday about pm when he lost control of the tractor he was driving and struck a bridge rail one fourth mile east of Lamont on a country gravel road The Buchanan county sheriffs office said the tractor headed east hit the rail on the south side of the bridge coming to rest with the front wheels over the side Possible charges pending against Gienapp include public intoxication no drivers license and failure to have control DAIRY PRINCESS A former resident of the Maynard area Roxann Nauholz has been crowned the Buchanan County dairy princess Miss Nauholz 20 is a licensed practical nurse at Mercy Hospital Oelwein and lives with her parents near Jcsup where her father is herdsman for Wendell Erpelding A graduate of West Central Community High School at Maynard Miss Nauholz at tended Hawkeye Institute of Technology Photo courtesy Jesup CitizenHerald by THOMAS JOSEPH Fire fund set up for Larry Blocks WESTGATE A fire fund has been established for the Larry Block family of Westgate whose home and all their possessions were lost in a fire Sunday June 13 Contributions may be left at the Westgate Bank Maynard Coop or with Mrs Shirley Hurd and Mrs John Bunn of Westgate or Mrs Lorraine Eldridge of Maynard Wartburg assigns local students WAVERLY Fourteen Wartburg College students have been accepted for clinical training as a part of their cooperative degree program in medical technology and physical therapy Under this curriculum students finish three years at Wartburg and then complete additional study at approved schools of medical technology or physical therapy Area students and their assignments include Metropolitan Medical Center Minn Chapin daughter of Mr and Mrs Robert Chapin RR 1 Tripoli Gayle Culbert son daughter of Mrs Marlene Culbertson Fredericksburg Allen Memorial Hospital Waterloo Sharon Griesert daughter of Mr and Mrs Albert Griesert RR 1 Fredericks burg and Kim Stoffregen daughter of the Rev and Mrs V W Stoffregen 544 Purdy St Jesup ACROSS 1 Rodgers partner 5 Procras tinate 10 Essays of 11 Incentive 12 The Is Low 13 Balanced 14 Come before 16 Gold Sp 17 Watchful 19 Black eye 22 Encourage 26 Puerto Rican city 27 Long for 28 Princess of note 29 Cain was one 30 Mature 32 Curtsy 35 Disorderly 39 King Arthurs abode 41 Forearm bone 42 Tranquil 43 Had reclined 44 Mortal or bitter 45 Room or chamber DOWN 1 Beatles movie 2 Winglike 3 Frost 4 Vaudeville performer 2 wds 5 Delaware city 6 Summer in Toulon 7 Typesetting machine for short 8 Maintain 9 Tokyos older name 11 Measuring device 15 Toward shelter 18 Spider 19 Mineral spring 20 Term of endearment Yesterdays Answer 21 Hospice 33 Microwave 23 Kind of nun 34 Word with 24 Night glass or preceding table 25 Thrice 36 The Good Lat Earth 27 Role for Liz heroine for short 37 Component 29 Backbone 38 Sensible 31 Satire 40 Mans 32 Army post nickname 10 28 20 31 NOTICE TO DELINQUENT MOBILE HOME OWNERS Any mobile homes not licensed in 1976 are delinquent Failure to display license plates is punishable by a fine of to or six months im prisonment or both It is the duty of the County Treasurer to give a list of delinquent mobile homes to the County Sheriff who will visit the owners or occupants I Larry R Miller Buchanan County Treasurer will enforce this law If you are delinquent dont take this Tiotice lightly LARRY R MILLER Buchanan County Treasurer 37 38 Lawn and Garden Tractors John Deere offers a choice of 6 power sizes from 8 to 199 hpand 3speed variable speed or hydrostatic transmission Handsome styling encloses the engine for a really quiet ride Colorcoded controls are near at hand The 3dimensional instrument panel is easy to read Hub City Implement HWY 150 S OELWEIN ci   

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