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   West Bend Journal (Newspaper) - September 10, 1964, West Bend, Iowa                                THE UIEST THE JOURI1HL BEDEmPTIOn VOLUMN LXXV Bulldogs Football Season Starts Sept 11 The 1964 football season opens with the Bulldogs meeting Lincoln Central of Gra Kickoif is scheduled at at The first encount er for the local squad will be their only nonconference tilt of the season which includes a ninegame schedule for the first time in sev eral The squad of 24 players includes 10 returning Even with this number of at the time of this Coach Dodd had not named a starting line for the Friday The backfiek will be manned with Bill Dodd at George Bargxnan am Wayne Hanselman at and Jim Hoskins at flanker or slot Since West Bend is the defend ing Cornbelt Conference champion all local fans as well as other teams in the conference will be watching the outcome of this first encounter to see if Hie Bulldogs can repeal their performance of last Coach Dodd released the names of the following returning letter men on squad George Bill Jim Martin Dave Bill Louis Brace Wayne and Don Nonlettermen to be seen on the gridiron this year in clude Pat John Frank Mike Bich Tim Ray Ron Wayne Ban WEST SEPTEMBER 1964 NUMBER 37 WITH THE MEN IN SERVICE Arnold Wilderman 7948611 14 FPO Arthur Mogler spent Satur day with his parents and Sam He was enroule from Fort Sam Texas to Valley His address Arthur Mogler US 55774347 28thGeneral 11 M i Services Held For George Ivey Funeral services for George Al fred Ivey was held at the Jones Funeral Home in Alta September 1964 at with the Calvin Teasdale vocalist was Milton accofli Ron Terry Rich Gary This years schedule for the Purple and White is 11 Lincoln Central at Gruver here there 2Sioux 9 there 16 here there Sioux here 6 there Mike Marti Hermit Mendell Dies Suddenly Word received here of the sudden death of Keranit who passed away at his home near Iowa early Tuesday Funeral services will be held in the Methodist church at Rockwell on Thursday afternoon with burial in the Sheffield ceme tery Mendell is survived by his the former Lydia Frieden of West and two Karen and ACCEPTED AT JOHNS UNIVERSITY David Horky received a letter of acceptance for entering Johns University in for four He hopes to obtain a major in math or His plans are to attend a graduate school obtain a Masters Peter entered Iowa State University Ames on His parents him to Ames and Day took their daughter Cyntihia to where she will attend iRonald Shoeman will grad uate work at the University of South Dakota in on He graduated from Morningside College this Joan Dodd is enjoying a between quarters break from her studies at State College of Cedar She will return to college on Thurs Steve Morrison returned to Iowa City last Friday after two iday visit at his home Tues day of this week he was enrolled as a freshman medical student at the Classes for medi cal students began this Grimm Knobloch On August Miss Dianne daughter of and Eli Grimm of West Bend was in marriage to Mar son of Clarence Knobloch at panist Miss Casket bearers Allen Sherrill were Harold Hal Skelly Gil Vic Robinson Interment was in West the Apostolic Christian church at West The bride in an ice blue street length dress made of organza over taffeta with white lace applica on the bodice and It had a sweetheart neckline with long finger tip sleeves and she carried a white Verle sister of the was maid of She wore a pink silk linen which had a sweetheart neckline and a bell shaped Other attendants were Misses Metzger of Karen Arlene Martin of Caroline Banwart of and Mary Knobloch of They wore identical dresses to the maid of John brother of the groom was Other groomsman were Elsaasser of Floren Holland Scholl of Jerry Knobloch of and Eli Grimm of West Following the ceremony a buffet was held at the home of he brides Ervin sister of the bride was at the A heart shaped cake of 4 tiers was decorated with and white lace trelis which was cut by Arlene Martin and Karen Miss Delores Metz er poured punch and Mary Kno loch poured Miss Caroline Banwart and Carole Fehr handed trays at the Miss Marilyn Delano Arlo tfiss Margaret Meyer and James Metzger served at the buf et Ben aunt of the played the organ during the The bride is a graduate of West Cnmmunity High School and las been employed as a secretary at Country Mutual in The groom has been engaged in arming near where ihey will reside after they return roin their trip to the Black Yellowstone and of town were from Edel Sabe Tapeka and and and Yosika Utsuki of and Art the West Bend Bend George Alfred Ivey was born in Lafayette County Wisconsin on March He was one of five children born to Mary Chap pell and Edward James all of whom preceded him in The family moved to Iowa in He was united in marriage to Mabel Acheson of West Iowa November They were the parents of four The eld est passed away in 1924 and a George diet in Survivors are tviro daughters Eunice Csukker ft West Iowa and Mrs Art Rystad of Iowa lour grandchildren and seven grea His wife Mabel passed away in Ivey spent most of his life in the communities of West Bend and He was engaged in grain and seed He was a mem ber of the Methodist In 1961 he moved from California to Alta where he made his home with and Art Rystad for the next 2 For the pastL months he resided at Sunset Knoll at Aurelia where he passed away Sunday morning August 30 at the age of 94 5 months and 7 REGIONAL CONSERVATION QUEEN SELECTED The Regional Queen of Conser vation Contest was held at the Qraeittinger Monday Three West Bend who are the 4H County officers for the coming Bill David Fehr and Ron Bar ber had the honor of escorting the fifteen queens to the platform to be interviewed by Filmore Stormer of KICD Patricia Thorsen of Swea City was the Conservation SALE DATES The town residence property and he 80 acre farm of the Estate of 3etha Keller will offered at ublic Auction on Sept Winkel is the executor of the CONSIGNMENT SALE WEST IOWA A consignment sale will be held Montag Quonset building on Satur day September Articles will betaken in on the Friday afternoon and previous to sale Donald MISS ANLIKEH HONORED AT MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER Miss Mary Jo brideto was honored at a miscellaneous shower on Friday evening in the First Methodist church The bridal orchid and were carried out in the table decor ations and On the program were 2 vocal duets by Roily Jurgens and David a musical by a boys quartet Peter Bill Chuck Friedten and John a humor ous monologue Aunt Agatha by Marcheta a clever skit by a group of and in closing all joined in singing Let Me Call You Sweetheart accompanied by Assisting Mary Jo with her gifts were the Misses and Joan Sharon Rolfson Misses Elaine Brown and Jody Elvin Rolfson announced the program and introduced honored her the prospective grooms of Refreshments were by the and mother Whitte served The United Presbyterian Women met at the home of Pet Peterson led devotions and the lesson was given by Paul Collins of Liver more was a NOTICE Past Matrons club will meet on Friday evening 11 at 8 at thh Maberry Drive In with Eldon Perkins as Members please notice time and place and try to NOTICE Be at the Legion Club at on September Candy bar at one Dollar THANK YOU I want to thank my relatives and friends for the cards gilts and visits while I was in the A special thanks to those who gave assistance to myself and They were very much ap Wlldennan DISCUSS CURRENT PROBLEMS FOR RETARDED CHILDREN The Executive Board of the Palo Alto County Assciation for Retard ed Children met at Lake Street School recently to discuss current problems of the local Fredi Lenz of presided j at the with seven mem bers of the Board being Howard Jim Farrell and Harlan Place were appointed to meet the County Board of Education in the near Ellsworth co chairman of the Fund an nounced that materials for the faL Fund Drive have been ordered and further plans will be announced The next regular meeting of the Palo Alto County Association for Retarded Children will be held on September 14 at Lake Street Schoo at Anyone interested is to An development in LLOYD NOHLS HONORED AT FAREWELL SUPPER 130 attends Pot Luck supper hel at Call Park in honor of an Lloyd Nohl and daughte Sandra who are moving to Morris A cash gift was presents the Graduates From Nurses Training Linda Rae wife o Gene Anderson and daughter o and Louis Balgeman re ceived her in nursing a the commencement exercises o cordially invited interesting new the work of the Association will be Place 4H NEWS The Fern Valley Starlets held a special workshop meeting the Rodman August at a leader from the West Bend Merrymakers club and Thatcher helped us on our 4H record Vicky Elbert Hansens Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary and Axel Hanson will be honored at an Open House on Sunday afternoon 13 from 2 to 5 oclock at their The occasion is in observance of their 50th wedding No formal invitations are being all friends and relatives are invited to Hosts at the Open House will be the honorees daughter and sonin aw and and Paul Nancy and Jerry of I met at the home of Oonald With Fred Floffert 16 members and two guests were The devotions and also the lesson was given by Wilma from our new study our ipproach to Genesis We were very happy to have Ester Smith as a new member o our and also to have alen Peckham and Louis Schumacker as guests our meeting was opened and closed by our Mildred Our hostess served a very nice Our next meeting will be with Lois Chrjstianson and Coral Brieholz as Our circle will be hostess at the next Fellowship Sadie Banwart Circle II of the Methodist met at the home of Lucile Kramer Elsie Campbell the chair man presided at the Devotions were given by Kate lesson by Viola Dunn from the study book Jslea Graeber told about attending he Billy Graham Omaha last services at 13 members were Lunch served by the Next circle meeting with Mildred Jurgens October 14 Next general society meeting Allen Memorial Hospital Lutheran School of Nursing in Friday September Present at the reception in the Anderson home following the cere monies were and Louis Judy and Bruce and Arthur Janet and and Arnold Zinnel and and Henry Zinnel and Carlene of Cyl and Raymond Zin nel and Jon of and Fred Ruhnke and Larry of Fort and Leroy Enger and family of and Wilson of and Dennis Jensen of Cedar Miss Lola Assink of Iowa City and Thomas Lee of Leonard JOLLY BIRTHDAY CLUB The Jolly Birthday club met Thursday afternoon with Arn old enjoyed and A social time was refreshments were The October meeting will be with Tom NEW WATERFOWL TRANSPORTATION LAW Iowa waterfowl hunter be aware of a new Federal should regul transportation of the State ation regarding migratory game Conservation Commission announc ed When transporting any lawfully killed and possessed migratory game if such birds are dress one fully feathered wing must remain attached to each bird so as to permit species identification While being transported between the place where taken and the per sonal abode of the possessor or be tween the place where taken and a commercial preservation All hunters will receive Hhe com plete 196465 Federal regulations when they obtain the Federal Duck Hunting The Commission the the section Transportation and Impor encourages hunters to note above law on page 5 under NOTICE We sincerely want to thank all our customers and 3 months the for past your 2 years business lere West We have ciated it very We will discontinue hauling garbage after Friday September Thank Donald and Leona Lanus Iowa School Election September 14th Regular School election will be held at the Town West on September from noon to The date for filing for nomination papers was on and at that time three names had been The incumbants Stephen Williams and Louis Henikson and one additional Richard Brown will be on the ballot for the two offices to be fill Miss Annette Joan Mog Jer and Becky Orwig accompanied by Cliff Munson attended guest day of the Lutheran Ladies Aid at the Rolfe Lutheran church on Wednesday The girls gave talks on their stay in Mexico this summer and also show id slides of their interesting ex Jerry Schutter and and Cliff Munson Paul and Joyce were dinner guests at the home of and Schutter August 30th after dinner and Clifford Munson and Jerry Schutter drove to Lakota where they attended the wedding of the latters neice Janet Smith and Don Voeltz of at the EIGHTH DISTRICT TO MEET AT WEBSTER CITY 13 More than 400 members of the American Legion and the American Legion Auxiliary are expected to attend the annual Fall Conference of the Eighth District at Webster September The Eighth District is composed f the following fourteen counties Han Palo Webster and Registration for the Legion will egin at in the American Memorial Regi tration for the Auxiliary will be gin at in the Elks Club The entire conference be on Central Standard There will be a service school or the Legion during the morning ession andi the processional for the Auxiliary will begin at A joint interdenominational re igious service will be held at in the Elks David Ertl of Webster dis will preside at the sessions and Lewis Sehmitz of district presid will conduct the Auxiliary There will be a policemens Ball n the Legion Memorial Building in Saturday night to which all legionnaires and Auxiliary mem bers are The Webster City Post is prepar g 400 open pit barbecued chickens or the noon luncheon on The joint evening banquet will e held in the Legion Memorial Welcomes will be ex ended by Homer city manager and by the local Legion id Auxiliary Banquet speakers will be Clar nce department com and epartment All Legionnaires and Auxiliary members are invited to attend the NOTICE American Legion Auxiliary will meet at the Legion Club Monday vening September 14th at All members try and be NOTICE Cub Scouts will begin their den meetings The meetings places will be the same s   

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