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Columbus Telegram (Newspaper) - December 2, 1974, Columbus, Nebraska Telegram Columbus, Nebraska Monday, December 2, 1 974 Personals Deaths and Funerals Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Nyffcler, Kurt and Lyle, spent Thanksgiving holidays with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Scott Taylor and Mike in Peoria, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Ladd of Albion were Thanksgiving guests of Mrs. W. W. Ladd. Friday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ladd of Downers Grove, 111. Eugene Kloke, youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Kloke, arrived Thursday from Denver to spend Thanks- giving at the Carl Kloke home. He left Friday for Denver. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kloke and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kloke and family of Fremont were also guests Thanks- giving Day. FROST SPECIAL f 13.50 Thru Dec. SUE'S BEAUTY STOP 564-3941 283-m-th-t-s-m C.H.S. Christmas Concert "A Part of Christmas" .Tues., Dec. P.M. C.H.S. Auditorium Admission SOc Returning to Seward Saturday after a holiday visit with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kluver were Mr. and Mrs. John Lauber and Martha. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kluver were also guests for Thanksgiving dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Don Koontz of Porterville, Calif., who had been visiting relatives here, accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Herman Karlin to the Wilbur Meyn home in Omaha for Thanksgiving. Also guests were Mr. and Mrs. Scott Fichter, Jennifer and Scott of Bolingbrook, 111.; Betty Meyn of Diagonal, Iowa; Mr. and Mrs. Galen Seehafer of Hunter, Kan.; Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Karlin and family of Kan. The Downtowner Coffee Shop is now booking Christmas Parties up to the 23rd of December. 27B-2m-w-f Thanksgiving dinner and supper guests of Mrs. Sophie McDaniel were Mr. and Mrs. George Risley and family of Denver; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Roebuck and family of Genoa; Ron Roebuck of Grand Island; Leonard Roebuck of Omaha. Clarence Jonas of Denver visited with Mrs. McDaniel Wednesday and Saturday, and the Edward Roebucks were also Saturday visitors, Sunday guests were Mrs. John Drog of St. Edward, Mrs. Ben Cheloha, Rod and Lisa. Mrs. Allan C. Hayes spent last week in Omaha with the Jerome Langan and Dick Hayes families. Her grandson and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Tom Langan brought her home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Traudt, Paul and Jewel Marie, left for their home in Denver Saturday after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her mother, Mrs. Franz Luchsinger, and her brothers, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Luchsinger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Luchsinger and family. .Mrs. A. F. Mlinar returned from Norton, Kan., after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with her son, Frank A. Mlinar and family. FIREPLACE WOOD Wilke Landscape Center 263-tf. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Wise and Darrell returned to Qmaha today after spending Thanksgiving weekend with his parents, Mr. and Ms. Harold Wise. Dinner guests on Thanksgiving Day included Mrs. Harold Fernbaugh and Emily of Lincoln, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wolvin of LINDA MAZUCH now taking appointments at the GOLDEN TOUCH, 563-1521. 280-w-s-m-w-f C.H.S. Christmas Concert "A Part of Christmas" Tues., Dec. P.M. C.H.S. Auditorium Admission SOc 2804 MODERNCLEANERS 20 PER CENT OFF CLEAN PRESS DRAPES 278-m-w-f County Court ..County Court fines paid Friday, from Columbus unless noted: For speeding, Michael Re is, Genoa, Robert Rosen- baum, Norfolk, Ronald Aase, Monroe, Thomas Cobler, Crofton, Ronald Box, Leigh, Cindy Wemhoff, Humphrey, Robert Juvenal, Newman Henry Rahlfs, Sr., North Bend, Da role ne Husmann, Clarks, Joseph Kurtz, Omaha, Other offenses, Roscoe Thayer, no reciprocity, Robert Brown, Mississippi, overgross on group axle, John Hendon, Mississippi, no reciprocity, Lewis Orth- man, Texas, overgross on group axle, Jerald JPayne, Jr. Utah, overgross, Lester Swett, Grand Island, overgross, L'.David Rinke, negligent- driving, Joan Hastings, iraffic Robert F. Bridgemon, intoxication, disturbing the peace, Opal Childers, Genoa, failure to yield, Mrs. Anna Ramm and Miss Alvara Ramm were Thanks- giving Day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clem Ackermann at Norfolk. C.H.S. Christmas Concert "A Part of Christmas" Tues., Dec. P.M. C.H.S. Auditorium Admission SOc 280-4 Spending Thanksgiving Day with Mr. and Mrs. Don Hegi of Duncan were Mr. and Mrs. Lonnie Kuta, Tim, Terry and Chris, Jim Woodhead, Kathy Sweenie, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Broz, Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Kruse and Jason, Mr. and Mrs. Watchorn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Orrand Mark Orr, Kathie Sweenie left Saturday for her home in Castro Valley, Calif., after spending two weeks with her family. Mrs. J.C. Dickey returned Sunday after spending the Thanksgiving holidays with Mr. and Mrs. John Tewhill in Omaha, Dr. and Mrs. John Caffrey in Des Moines, Iowa. Hospital Report Behlen Community Hospital Admissions: Marion Bystrom, St. Edward; Jacqueline and Terri Cohnan, Bellwood; Mrs. Paul Noreen, Newman Grove; Matthew Foral, Walter Gertsch, Mrs. Frank Stachura, Dennis Van Winkle, Columbus. Dismissals: Brian Busch, Vernon Hofman, Mrs. Richard Hughes, Deane Liekhus, Paulette Mcllugh, Mrs. Robert Marker, Columbus; Mrs. Charles Lnenicka, David City; Reuben Lutjelusche, Englewood, Colo.; Mark Rupp, Monroe; Mrs. Lydia Zeller, Bellwood; Mrs. Ervin Haase, Rising City; Jerry Vrbka, Shelby; Scott Jones, Silver Creek; Mrs. Rose Wiese, Lindsay. St. Mary Hospital Births; Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Specht, 32 Stires Lake, six pounds and 13 ounces, Nov. 29. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sholl, 66810th Avenue, seven pounds and two ounces, Nov. 30. Dismissals: Mrs. David Jones and son, Silver Creek; Mrs. Stevenson Schneider and son, Sehuyler; Mrs. Dennis Brandenburg and son, Mrs. David Kubicek and son, Columbus. Butler County Hospital Births: Son to Mr. and Mrs.; Larry Vanis, David City, eight pounds and 13 ounces, Nov. 30. Daughter to Mr. and Mrs. James Waller, David City, eight pounds and 10 ounces, Nov. 30. Schuyler Memorial Hospital Birth: Son to Mr. and Mrs.1 Tom Richtig, Schuyler, 10 pounds, Nov. 38. Admissions: Josephine Yechout, Nadrchal, George Van Housen, Schuyler; Mrs. Mable Ehrich, North Bend. Dismissals: Mrs. Tillie Juva, Ival Viergutz, Mrs. Carrol Jakub and baby girl, Schuyler, Ron Hennls, Omaha. HENDRICKSON Cecil James Hendrickson, 75, died unexpectedly Saturday at his home, 1967 27th Avenue. The Rev. J. Graydon Wilson will officiate at funeral serv- ices, 2 p.m. Wednesday at McKown Funeral Chapel, and burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery with military graveside rites. The body is to lie in state after 1 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral home. Born at Sargent Jan. 25, 1899, he was the son of William and Bertha Hendrickson. He was married to Florence Miller Nov. 23, 1925, in Columbus, and they made their home here. Retired from the Union Pacific Railroad, Mr. Hen- drickson was an Army veteran of World War I. Survivors include his wife; two sons, James of Fremont and Marlyn of Columbus; two daughters, Phyllis Wardenburg of Gallup, N.M., and Lois Breyne of Lockport, 111.; 14 grandchildren and eight great- grandchildren. His parents and one great- grandchild preceded him in death. RECH Services were held this morning at St. Mary Catholic Church in David City for Edward Rech, 71, for- merly of David City, who died Thursday at a Pender nursing home. The Rev. John Rasmussen officiated and burial was in Holy Trinity Cemetery. Mr.Rech was the son of Joseph F. and Mary Dzorak Rech, born April 13, 1903 near Brainard. He was married to Rose May Hausner and they lived in David City most of their lives where he was the former Clerk of the District Court. A member of the Knights of Columbus, he is survived by his widow; a daughter, Rose Mary Nichols of Bradshaw; a brother, Frank, of Brainard; three sisters, Mrs. Tom (Sophie) Rerucha of Bruno, Mrs. Vince (Barbara) Novacek of Bruno, Mrs. Joe (Veronica) Kuthan of Omaha; and three grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents, two brothers and two sisters. MARQUIS A former David City resident, Ada M. Marquis, 77, died in Min- neapolis, Kan., Friday. Services will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at St. Luke United Methodist Church in David City, the Rev. David Hansen officiating and burial in the Garrison Cemetery. Visitation will be 2-9 p.m. today at the David City Memorial Chapel. Born Aug. 8, 1897 in Garrison, she was the daughter of Melville and Kllen Ward Crawford and received her education in Butler County. She was married March 21, 1916 in Garrison to Ray Marquis and was a member of WSCS at the Methodist Church and the Garrison Union Extension Club. Surviving her are a son. Glen, of Rising City; three daughters, Mrs. William (Elaine) Sanley of David City, Mrs. Vern (Norma) Deepe of Minneapolis, Kan., Mrs. Gordon of Sutherland; 24 grandchildren and 18 great-grandchildren. Parents, her husband and a brother preceded her in death. OLSON St. Edward farmer, Carl Edwin Olson, 68, died unexpectedly Friday afternoon at his home. His funeral will be 2 p.m. Tuesday at Faith Lutheran Church, St. Edward, with burial in Salem Lutheran Cemetery. The Rev. Chris Morales will officiate. A family prayer service will be held at 8 p.m. today at Miller Funeral Home, St. Kdward, where the body lies in state until 9 p.m. Visitation will be held at church from noon until 2 p.m. Tuesday. Lifetime resident of the St. Edward vicinity, Mr. Olson was born June 5, 1906 in the Salem Community, where he was baptized and confirmed in the Salem Lutheran Church. He married Selma 0. Nelson Dec. 28, 1927 at Mit- chell, S.D. Surviving are his widow; one son, Raymond of Albion; one daughter, Mrs. Doyle (Ruth Ann) Essink of Missouri Valley, Iowa; three sisters, Mrs, Harlan (Mabel) Johnson of Stromsburg, Mrs. Krarik (Clara) Fonda of Branson, Mo., Mrs. Roy (Esther) Cumming of St. Edward; seven grand- shildren. Me was preceded in death by his parents, Carl G. brother; five sisters; one grandson. WINKLER Funeral, services for Mrs. Anna Winkler, 90, formerly of Columbus, will be held at 10 a.m. Wednesday at St. Bonaventure Curch here. Officiating will be the Rev. Charles Potocki, and burial will be in Holy Family Cemetery at Lindsay. The body is to lie in state after 3 p.m. Tuesday at McKown Funeral Home, Columbus, where there will be a Scrip- ture service at 7 p.m. Tuesday. Mrs. Winkler, who died Saturday afternoon at St. Catherine's Nursing Home in Omaha, had been ill the past five years. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Anthony Hagemann, she was born March 8, 1884, at Howells, and was married to Albert Winkler at Lindsay. Mrs. Winkler lived in Columbus from 1926 until going to Omaha. She was a member of St. Bonaventure Church in Columbus, and was affiliated with Christian Mothers Society and Degree of Honor. Surviving are three sons, Albert of Omaha, Jerome of Dickinson, Tex., and Elmer of Long Beach, Calif.; seven grandchildren and two great- grandchildren; two brothers and three sisters. She was preceded in death by her husband; one daughter; parents, two .brothers and one sister. BORER Mrs. Clara Borer, 69, Albion, died Friday at Our Lady of Lourdes Hospital in Norfolk. Last rites were conducted at a.m. today at St. Michael Catholic Church in Albion, with the Rev. Conrad Kaup and the Rev. William Curran officiating, and burial was in the parish cemetery. Levander Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. She was born July 10, 1905, in Madison, the daughter of William and Anna Surmeyer Ludden, and attended St. Leonard School. On July 29, 1924, she was married to Louis Borer, and they celebrated their golden wedding anniversary this year. The Borers fanned in the Madison and Boone County areas until retiring in 1963. Mrs. Borer was a member of St. Church .and. Altar Society. Surviving are her husband; three daughters, Mrs. Warren (Mary) Ewing of Lincoln, Mrs. Marjorie Written and Mrs. Ijwern (Arlene) Nissen of Albion; five sons, Ray of Grand Island, Vernon, Nor- bert and William of Norfolk and James of Albion; 29 grandchildren and one great- grandchild; one sister, Mrs. Margaret Helmberger of Ivanhoe, Minn., two brothers, Leo of Madison and Henry of Casper, Wyo. She was preceded in death by an infant daughter; parents, three sisters and two brothers. KOZIOL Blaser Koziol, 65, of 1510 9th Street, died Saturday evening at Behlen Community Hospital. He had been illthe past two and a half months. Last rites are set for a.m. Tuesday at St. Bonaventure Church, with the Rev. Charles Potocki of- ficiating, and burial will be at St. Mary Cemetery in Polk County. The body now lies in state at McKown Funeral Home, where there will be rosary at 7 p.m. today and Scripture service at The son of Joseph and Joann Boruch Koziol, he was born Dec. 15, 1908, in Polk County and was graduated from Osceola High School. -He farmed in Polk County and the last 17 years was employed by Behlen Manufacturing Company, in the sheet metal department. A member of St. Bona- venture Church, Mr. Koziol is survived by one sister, Mrs. Angeline Gaver of Columbus; three brothers, Albin and Emil of Osceola and Joseph R. of Grand Island; nieces and nephews. His parents preceded him in death. ASCHE A lifetime resident of the Columbus area, Fred W. Asche, 74, Columbus, died Saturday afternoon at Behlen Com- munity Hospital. Family prayer service at p.m. Tuesday will precede funeral rites at Immanuel Lutheran Church, with the Rev. B.F. Meschke officiating, and burial will be in Roselawn Cemetery. The .body lies in state until noon Tuesday at Gass-Haney Funeral Home, and at the church from to p.m. Tuesday. Born in Platte County March he was the son of Fred and Martha Dasen- brock Asche" Sr. He attended Leigh and Columbus schools and was married to Evalena E. Houser May 21, 1928, at Trinity Lutheran Church. A farmer, Mr. Asche received an award from Union Stockyards in Omaha for 50 consecutive years of shipping. He was a voting member of Immanuel Lutheran Church and a Member of the Lutheran Laymen's League. He was baptized and confirmed at Zion Lutheran Church, Leigh. Surviving are his wife, Evalena; two daughters, Mrs. Dean (Marilyn) Klug and Mrs. Paul (Karen) Luchsinger of Columbus; one son, Clinton, of Spalding; 14 grandchildren; four brothers, Walter of Omaha, Paul, Art and Harry of Leigh; and five sisters, Olga Asche of Leigh, Minnie Asche of Columbus, Mrs. Charles (Martha) Bogenreif of Omaha, Mrs. Thelma Richards of Tuscaloosa, Ala., and Mrs. Hildegard Clausen of Genoa. He was preceded in death by his parents. REGAN Donald Patrick Regan, 16, died Saturday at the Beatrice State Home where he was a patient since 1959. He was the son of Donald F. and Rosalie (Neuman) Regan of Fullerton. Funeral services will be 10 a.m. Tuesday at St. Peter Catholic Church, Fullerton, with burial in the parish cemetery. The Rev. Richard Ciurej will officiate. Scripture service will be held at p.m. today at Fullerton Memorial Chapel where visitation continues until 9 p.m. 27, Grand "Island, survived by his parents and two sisters, Rogelyn Ann and Rosalie Rene, both at home. FRANZLUEBBERS Ben Franzluebbers, 86, Dodge, died Friday in a Pender nursing home. Resident of Nebraska since he was 21, he had farmed near Monterey until 1960 when he retired to Dodge. Services were held this morning at Humlicek Funeral Home and St. Wenceslaus Catholic Church, Dodge, the Rev. Leo Kuhn officiating. Burial was in St. Boniface Cemetery, Monterey, rural West Point. Son of Joseph and Josephine Newkirk Franzluebbers, he was born Nov. 29, 1888 in Germany. He married Catherine Ortmeier Oct. 1, 1929 and she survives! Also surviving are five sons, Joseph of West Point, Charles and Anthony of Dodge, Wencil of Beemer and Emil of Oakland; two daughters, Mrs. Richard (Gertrude) Ernesti of Dodge and Mrs. Melvin (Bemadine) Kampschneider of Richland; 26 grand- children. Two daughters, Mary Ann and Marie; three brothers and two sisters preceded him in death. ROCKENBACH Services will be held at 10 a.m. Tuesday at Roper and Sons Funeral Home, Lincoln, for James David Rockenbach, 9, and his brother, Joseph Edward, 10. The boys, nephews of Mrs. Jerry Kohles of Columbus, died in a house fire in Lincoln Saturday night, They are survived by their father, Everett R. Rockenbach Jr.; mother, Darlene; and sister, Debbie, 12. City Briefs ROBERT WHITE Loup tells promotion of White Robert E. White has been named assistant general manager of the loup Power District by the board of directors; the appointment is effective Jan. 1, 1975. White, a graduate electrical engineer of the University of Kansas, joined the' Loup District in 1973 as chief engineer. His responsibilities in that capacity were power system planning, and designing programs for meeting all District 'engineering needs. Formerly, White had been employed by Kansas Power and Light for- 11 years. Bob and his wife, Ora Lee reside at 1821 28th Street, and are the parents of six sons: Neal, Dean, Curt, Todd, Brent, and Dirk, ranging from ages seven through 15. White is a member of the knights of Columbus and active in the Columbus Lions Club. The family are mem- bers of St. Bonaventure Church. Area students in Wayne band SCHUYLER The Wayne State College concert band, with Dr. Jay O'Leary as conductor, will perform 8 p.m. Thursday in the WSC Ramsey Theatre. The program, open to the public, will include Night Soliloquy, Double Concerto for Trumpet, Trombone and Band, Blue Lake and Rotary Club Program for the Tuesday noon luncheon at Louie's will be by Gaye Douglas, AFS student from New Zealand. VFW Covered .ish supper and gift exchange ire scheduled at p.m. Wednesday at VFW Club. i Loup Valley Gem and Mineral Society will have election of officers and gift exchange at the 8 p.m. Tuesday meeting .in the Equitable community room. 1 First Baptist Mission Society will have a p.m. Tuesday dinner in fellowship hall. Junior Fire Patrol Fifth I' graders from St. Isidore, St. Anthony and St. Bonaventure will meet for their monUilyil Tuesday night In the rire Hall Club Rooms. Izaak Walton Auxiliary and husbands will haves supper and gift exchange at p.m. Wednesday at cabin. Bring covered service and tea towel donations. Meat, dessert and-: jbeverage furnished. Scotus Mothers p.m.-: Tuesday in the Scotus-: cafeteria. CHS Concert The Fire The back seat of the !car owned by Omar Latham, 30th Street, caught fire was extinguished at the ire station. Marriage Licenses Have been issued to Wesley Kunkee and Cynthia Calmer, who were married Nov. 30 at Trinity Lutheran Church, and to Randolph Buggi and Diane Prososki, who were to be married by the Judge Gerald Rouse today. Arraignment Perrie Calder was arraigned on charges of carrying a con- cealed weapon. Trial was set for Dec. 4, with bond set at Eagles Auxilary Will meet Tuesday night. Bring salad for salad supper at G p.m., officers meeting at 7 p.m. and regular meeting at p.m. This will also in- clude the official visit of .Madam State President, Dorothy Chrastil. American Legion Regular meeting of Hartman Post will be held at 8 p.m. Tuesday 'music department of I Columbus Senior High present a Christmas concert at p.m. Dec. 3 in the school auditorium. There will'.; be a variety of seasonal-. selections by large groups, small groups and soloists.'! Tickets will be available the door. Earlybird Toastmasters Joe Brosh won table topics atii the club's weekly meeting thisll morning. Best speech was-i "Win with Bill" by BlllJ Schneider. Gary Shipley was'' best evaluator. n Federated Church ,._-, Women's Fellowship luncheon will be p.m. Wednesday with program by Sunday School class. Members are toij bring craft of baked foods fon-l silent auction. Executiveil board meets at noon. Knights of Columbus -At. Regular meeting is p.m.-i] today at the hall. TODAY THRU WEDNESDAY Evening and P.M. Soap Scrimmage Columbus High School basketball team will have a soap scrimmage and a basketball clinic at p.m. tonight. National Honor Society at Lakeview will hold initiation :at 8 p.m. Thursday at the rj'schopl: jg ?2 Area'members of the band include Lois Mendlik of Dodge on clarinet, Teri Heitzman of Schuyler on tenor saxophone, Leonard Cassell of North Bend baritone, Jill Hodehorst of Columbus on French horn, Janel Soukup of Morse Bluffs on trombone, Mike Harnan of Columbus on tuba, Alan Sipes of Osceola, percussion. 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