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Waterloo Courier (Newspaper) - September 15, 1988, Waterloo, Iowa Page A6 Waterloo Courier Thursday September 15 1988 METRO DEATHS Thomas S Kelley Services for Thomas S Kelley 91 of 216 E Mullan Ave will be 10 am Friday at St Josephs Catholic Church with burial in Calvary Cem etery with full military rites by Chapman Post 138 of the American Legion and Veterans of Foreign Wars Waterloo Post 1623 Thomas Kelley He died of natural causes Tuesday Sept 13 at Covenant Medical Center at West Ninth Street He was born Oct 11 1896 in Gilbertville son of John and Anna Brennan Kelley He married Elsie Condon in 1923 She died in 1925 He married Harriet Wendling on Oct 31 1933 in Waterloo She died July 16 1985 He was employed by various com panies in the metro area with his last employment at Titus Manufacturing Co He served in World War I Survivors include a son the Rev Donald T Kelley of Waterloo and a daughter Mary E Kelley of Chi cago he was preceded in death by four brothers JJ Ed and Joe Friends may call from 2 to 9 pm today at Parrott Wood Funeral Home where a Scripture rosary service will be at 7 pm today Memorials may be made to the church Else C Krieger Services for Else C Krieger 97 of Ravenwood Health Care Center are pending at Parrott Wood Funeral Home She died Wednesday Sept 14 at the the care center Walter L Kreklau CEDAR FALLS Services for Walter L Kreklau 80 of 1708 Schreiber St are pending at Garden View Chapel Waterloo Mr Kreklau died of natural causes Wednesday Sept 14 at his home DAILY RECORD Waterloo Alarms Wednesday pm to 4000 Sergeant Road truck fire slight loss pm to 452 Bratnober St small grass fire out on arrival no loss pm to 3008 Niles St unattended burning extinguished pm to Cedar Terrace Park brush fire caused by unattended camp fire Alarms Thursday 1 am to Hammond Avenue and Highway 412 Iowa Public Service plant fire alarm activated by power outage 1 am to Crossroads Shopping Mall fire alarm activated by power outage am to 1407 Independence Ave good intent false alarm am to West 18th and Commercial streets used Jaws of Life to extricate victim in motor vehicle accident assisted Waterloo Fire Department paramedics with medical emergency am to Crossroads Shopping Mall fire alarm problem from earlier power outage Police Log Maurice Campbell 14 of 601 Peek St was taken into custody for delinquency by burglary in connec tion with a garage entered at 200 Leonard St Two other juveniles were also chased on foot by officers and taken into custody in connection with the incident They are not identified because they are under age 14 Willie Hardy Jr 63 of 1628 Mulberry St Apt 1 was arrested on a complaint of disturbing the public quiet at Allen Memorial Hospital 1825 Logan Ave after police received complaints he was bothering hospital patients Tony Allen Bakkum 21 of 322 E Eighth St Apt 1 was arrested on a complaint of first offense operating while intoxicated in the 600 block of West Park Avenue Larry Joseph Dressel Jr 26 of 322 Lawrence St Evansdale was arrested on complaints of first offense operating while intoxicated driving while his license was suspended and revoked and interference with police He was stopped at Rainbow Drive and Westfield Avenue Burglary A television set was reported taken from room 120 at the Super 8 Motel 1825 La Porte Road Cedar Falls Alarms Wednesday pm to Home automatic alarm no fire pm to 5524 Ford Road burning brush fire Log Jerry Clark Jones 33 of 1631 Hyperion Drive Waterloo was arrested on complaints of first offense operating while intoxicated and possession of marijuana He was stopped on Highway 57 a half mile east of the city limits Lucille Stevens 25 of 1264 Mullen Ave Waterloo and Pamela Sue Klingsmith 23 of 627 Rainbow Drive Waterloo were arrested on complaints of theft in connection with a reported shop lifting incident at WalMart at College Square sheriffs log Brian Lee Buhr 19 of Route 2 Sumner was arrested on a complaint of possession of marijuana after he was stopped by police south of County Road on Big Woods Road Two others in Buhrs car were arrested on the same They are Tracey Lynn Shulka 18 of Waverly and Scott Allen Murray 21 of Route 1 Tripoli births Allen Memorial Hospital STONEMAN Deborah of Jesup girl Sept Covenant Medical Ninth i Emily of 203 Locust St girl Sept DREESMAN Michael and Tracy of 1012 Bertch Ave girl Sept DREW James and Deana of Traer boy Sept FRIEDRICH Terry and Mary of 2027 Grand Blvd Cedar Falls boy Sept NORDAHL Sandy and McDERMOTT Ann of 664 Jones Road Evansdale girl Sept METRO SCENE Hudson youth injured in accident HUDSON A Hudson boy was expected to leave the hospi tal today after a pickup struck him while he was riding a bicycle Monday afternoon Jesse D Moorman of 311 Second St suffered a concussion and bruises to his arm when he was struck by a vehicle driven by James L Farrell of 104 Walnut St around 3 pm According to Hudson police Moor man was traveling north on Washing ton Street behind another vehicle when he decided to cut left placing him in front of Farrells pickup truck The Hudson Fire Department am bulance transported Moorman to Covenant Medical Center at West Ninth Street Waterloo Marines on way to help fight fires in Wyoming US Marine Lance Cpl Michael Hackbarth of Waterloo stationed at Camp Pendleton Calif is being sent with his platoon to help fight forest fires in Wyoming The platoon was expected to be deployed from 30 to 90 days working 18 hours a day Hackbarth son of Kraft of 1710 Commercial St is a 1984 graduate of West High School Leach will be at brunch fundraiser for candidate Rep Jim Leach who represents Iowas 1st District will be the special guest at a brunch fundraiser celebrating legislative candidate Sara Rickerts birthday Rickert a Republican is challeng ing Rep Patricia Harper Leach has served in Congress since 1977 He is a member of the Banking Finance and Urban Affairs Commit tee and the Foreign Affairs Commit tee The brunch will be from am to pm Sunday at the home of Gene and Betty Buckles 609 E Schrock Road Host and hostesses for the per couple event are the Buckles Gene and Elcina Buck Bob and Judy Brown Jim and Margaret Collins Susan Costa John and Rose mary Curran Lorraine Graham Fred and Bev Koch John and Pa tricia Kneeland Quinter and Alice Lichty Jim and Peggy Lind Jerry and Bev Long Rick and Debbie Morris Larry and Linda Reed John and Barb Schang Lyle Schmitt and Karen Pelton Bob and Joan Schreiner Bart and Susan Schwieger Tom and Jacque Watt and Harry Zanville People interested in attending may make a reservation by calling Buck les residence at 2962433 Carrie Oma Brandt CEDAR FALLS Services for Carrie Oma Brandt 78 of 5336 Big Woods Road will be Friday at Walnut Ridge Baptist Church Water loo with burial in Fairview Cemetery Waterloo Mrs Brandt died of natural causes early Wednesday Sept 14 at Covenant Medical Center Carrie Brandt at West Ninth Street Waterloo She was born July 8 1910 in Holland Iowa daughter of Hilko and Marieka Hempen Siebrands She married John H Brandt on Nov 26 1930 in Stout They farmed near the com of Grundy Center Shell Rock Waterloo and Evansdale and moved to their farm north of Cedar Falls in 1959 Her husband died in 1968 and in 1980 she moved to Cedar Falls Survivors include a son John C of Cedar Falls seven grandchildren and nine and a sister Gertrude Beitelmann of Parkersburg she was preceded in death by a daughter Marie Har rington a grandson a daughter three sisters and two brothers Friends may call at Funeral Home until 9 pm today and from 9 to am Friday where the family will receive friends from 7 to 9 pm today Visitation also will be at the church for an hour before services Friday Edwin John Meyer Services for Edwin John Meyer 75 of 1520 Franklin St will be 11 am Friday at St Johns Catholic Church with burial in Mount Olivet Cem etery Mr Meyer died of cancer Wednesday Sept 14 at his home He was bom Dec 7 1912 in Sheffield son of Martin and Sophia Edwin Meyer Horstmann Meyer He married Margaret Mary Dargan on Jan 14 1942 in Waterloo He was employed at Deere Co and Iowa Public Service retiring in 1960 He served with the US Army Air Corps during World War II Survivors include his wife a daughter Terry M Bowers of Egan Minn four sons Timothy John of Cedar Rapids Marley Patrick and Michael Anthony both of Waterloo and Martin Gregory of St Paul Minn a brother Ernie of Sheffield a sister Dorothy Bielefeld of Shef field and eight grandchildren and two he was preceded in death by a son Thomas a brother Carl and a sister Marie Androus Friends may call from 4 to 9 pm today at The Kearns Huisman Schumacher Chapel where Scrip ture service will be at pm today Memorials may be directed to the family Andrew S Medhaug EVANSDALE Services for An drew S Medhaug 24 of 1738 River Road will be 11 am Saturday at OKeefe Waychoff Funeral Home Waterloo with burial in Waterloo Cem etery Water loo Mr Med haug died early Wednesday Sept 14 at Covenant Andrew Medhaug Medical Center at Kimball Avenue Waterloo of injuries sustained in a motorcycle accident early Sept 9 He was born March 30 1964 in Iowa City son of Dickie Lea Sr and Kathryn Sanderson Medhaug He was employed at Crystal Ice and Cold Storage Waterloo Survivors include his mother Kathryn Kelley of East Moline 111 his father of Evansdale two brothers Larry Medhaug of Rogers Ark and Tony Medhaug of Water loo a sister DeAnn Medhaug of Des Moines two half brothers Scott Medhaug of the US Army stationed in West Germany and Zachery Medhaug of Cedar Falls four half sisters Debbie of Waterloo Vickie Brinkley of Mason City and Cathy and Courtney Medhaug both of Cedar Falls his maternal grand mother Dorothy Spettle of Water loo and his paternal grandmother Charlotte Medhaug of Waterloo Friends may call at the funeral home from noon to 9 pm Friday and from am until services Satur day Myron O Engelhardt Services for Myron 0 Engelhardt 82 of 1316 Garden Ave are pending at Chapel of Memories Funeral Home He died of natural causes day Sept 14 at Covenant Medical Center at Kimball Avenue Verna M Crane Services for Verna M Crane 54 of 1650 Camelot Drive Apt 329 will be 3 pm Friday at Memorial Park Chapel with burial in Mem Park Cemetery Mrs Crane died of heart failure Tues day Sept 13 at Covenant Medical Center at Kimball Av enue She was born March 1 1934 Verna Crane in Eagle Grove daughter of Emmer and Sarah Horstman Eittreim Survivors include two brothers Calvin of Waterloo and Maynard of Eagle Grove two sisters Edna Arne of Waterloo and Maxine Bailey of Eagle Grove two sons Monte and Michael both of Cedar Falls four daughters Jackie Saccento of Gold field and Jeanne Sanford Julie Crane and Janet Cutsforth all of Waterloo and eight grandchildren Friends may call until 9 pm today and from 9 am to 1 pm Friday at Chapel of Memories and for an hour before services Friday at the church Hazel M Thomsen LA PORTE CITY Services for Hazel M Thomsen 78 of 220 Valley Drive Apt 1C formerly of Wash burn will be pm Saturday at Huisman Funeral Home with burial in West View Cemetery She died of cancer Monday night Sept 12 at Covenant Medical Center at Kimball Avenue Waterloo She was born Nov 111909 daugh ter of Frank and Idona Steward Schellhase She married Silas Thomsen on June 271936 in Water loo Survivors include her husband two daughters Sharon K OConnor of La Porte City and Nancy J Cerwinske of Rockford five brothers Dale of Waverly Dean and Cecil both of Waterloo Harold of Washburn and Robert of Omaha a sister Bertie Lou Johnson of Waver ly and three grandchildren and two she was preceded in death by a son Marvin Lee in infancy four brothers Floyd Oran Frank and Clifford and two sisters Leona Zilmer and Francis in infancy Friends may call from 3 to 9 pm Friday and 9 am until services Saturday at the funeral home Byron Frank CEDAR FALLS Graveside services for Byron Frank 76 of Hartsville SC formerly of Cedar Falls will be 2 pm Saturday in Greenwood Cemetery Cedar Falls Mr Frank died of natural causes Monday Sept 12 at Byerly Hospi tal Hartsville Richardson Funeral Home is in charge of arrangements There will be no visitation Hilbert Hillie Schulz Services for Hilbert Hillie Schulz 71 of 3725 Hazel wood Lane will be pm Saturday at Nazareth Lutheran Church Cedar Falls with burial in Cedar Valley Memorial Gardens Cedar Falls He died of heart failure Wednesday afternoon Sept 14 at Allen Mem Hospital He was born Oct 16 1916 in Mitchell County son of William and Maybelle Jeffries Schulz He mar ried Mildred Lonergan on Aug 14 1937 in Osage He retired as a meter reader for the Cedar Falls Utilities in 1976 Survivors include his wife two sons Gary of Osage and David of Waterloo five daughters Janice of Waterloo and Mary Lou Jung both of Waterloo Darlene Im hoff and Debbie Ackerson both of Cedar Falls and Cathy Rusk of Palos Heights 111 20 grandchildren and five and his stepfather Lee Lindley of Osage he was preceded in death by three brothers Harold Howard and Har rison a sister Arlene Rosenberg Friends may call from 9 am to 9 pm Friday at Hove Schoof Funeral Home and for an hour before services Saturday at the church The family will receive friends from 6 to 8 pm Friday at the funeral home A memorial fund has been estab NE IOWA DEATHS Merle Weaver IOWA FALLS Services for Merle R Rocky Weaver 40 will be 11 am Friday at First United Methodist Church Iowa Falls burial in Union Cemetery where an Elks memorial service will be con ducted by Iowa Falls Elks Lodge 1674 he died Monday Sept 12 at the Swedish Hospital Denver Colo of injuries sustained in an and buggy accident on July 3 in Iowa Falls survivors include two sons Christopher Wood and Rex Robert both of Iowa Falls his mother and stepfather Elaine and Merlyn Bergeson a sister Susan J Weaver of Iowa Falls a brother James W of Billings Mont and maternal grandfather Carl Bunte of Iowa Falls he was preceded in death by his father Wood W Weaver in 1969 his wife Christie L on July 3 1988 maternal grandmother and pa ternal grandparents he was the own er of Green Belt Bank and Trust of Iowa Falls since 1986 and was the former owner of Weaver Construc tion Co Alden he was president of Green Belt Bancorporation and president of Limestone Investment Properties Inc past board member of the Iowa Limestone Producers Association and past president of Sigma Alpha Epsilon fraternity at Arizona State University friends may call until 9 pm today at Surls Funeral Home Iowa Falls and for an hour before services Friday at the church memorials may be made to the Rocky Weaver Scholarship Fund Helen Stickfort GRUNDY CENTER Services for Helen Stickfort 85 will be pm Saturday at Stout Gospel Hall Stout burial in Rose Hill Cemetery Grundy Center she died of heart failure early today Sept 15 in the Acute Care Unit Grundy County Memorial Hospital Grundy Center survivors include a daughter Darlene Mulder of rural Grundy Center two sons Erwin of Cedar Falls and Willis of Reinbeck 11 grandchildren and 13 children and four sisters Effie Klosterboer and Gertie Bergman both of Grundy Center Lydia Hyde of Waterloo and Lena Eichel of San Jose Calif she was preceded in death by her husband William in 1967 two daughters Norma and Doris and a sister Lizzie Bergman friends may call at Funeral Home Grundy Center from noon to 9 pm Friday and 9 to 11 am Saturday and at the Gospel Hall before services Saturday a mem fund has been established Pauline E Swenson OELWEIN Services for Pauline E Swenson 74 of Oelwein will be 2 pm Thursday at Sacred Heart Cath Church Oelwein burial in Woodlawn Cemetery Oelwein she died Sept 15 at Mercy Hospital Oelwein after a lengthy illness survivors include two daughters Karen Aubrey and Mary Ellen Weiford both of Oelwein seven grandchildren and a sister Mary Ganley of Minneapolis she was preceded in death by her hus band Arthur in 1976 two brothers and three sisters there will be no visitation MORNING STAR FUNERAL CHAPEL On Call 24 Hours Come in and meet our staff or call 1610 Jefferson St Waterloo Iowa or Walter Jack McGrane INDEPENDENCE Services for Walter Jack McGrane 66 are pending at White Funeral Home In dependence he died Thursday Sept 15 at Covenant Medical Center at Kimball Avenue Waterloo after a lengthy illness V Clarice Meinzer CHARLES CITY Services for V Clarice Meinzer 88 will be 2 pm Friday at Trinity United Methodist Church Charles City burial in Riv Cemetery Charles City she died Tuesday Sept 13 at Floyd County Memorial Hospital Charles City of complications following a stroke survivors include two daughters Helen E Gabelmann of Riceville and Mildred Cummings of Keokuk a grandchild and three and a sister Mahaffy of Raleigh NC she was preceded in death by her husband Frank in 1963 friends may call today at Hage Funeral Home Charles City where a prayer service will be at 8 pm today Thelma I Metzgar GRUNDY CENTER Services for Thelma I Metzgar 77 will be 10 am Saturday at Funeral Home Grundy Center burial in Fairview Cemetery Grun dy Center she died of a stroke Wednesday Sept 14 at Grundy Care Center Grundy Center survivors include a brother Laurance Metzgar of Moorhead Minn she was preceded in death by an infant sister friends may call at the funeral home from 5 to 9 pm Friday and from 9 am to services Saturday a mem fund has been established Ella L Moore IOWA FALLS Services for Ella L Moore 83 of Long Beach Calif formerly of Iowa Falls are pending at Linns Funeral Home Iowa Falls she died of a heart attack Tuesday Sept 13 at Hamilton Mont Esther E Staack ELKADER Services for Esther E Staack 91 will be 11 am Friday at Zion Lutheran Church Clayton Center burial in the church cem etery she died of natural causes Tuesday afternoon Sept 13 at the Good Samaritan Home Waukon survivors include two daughters Winifred Juvik of Waukon and Lucile Seeland of Elkader and five grand children a greatgrandchild and a she was preceded in death by her husband William a brother two sisters and a grandson friends may call after 2 pm today at Funeral Home Elkader Francis P Carpenter EARLVILLE Services for Fran cis P Carpenter 73 will be am Saturday at St Josephs Cath Church Earlville burial in the church cemetery he died of an ap parent heart attack Wednesday Sept 14 at his farm survivors include two sons James of Renton Wash and Kevin of Earlville four grandchildren two brothers Ernest of Dyersville and Floyd of Earlville and a sister Genevieve Gilmore of Springville he was preceded in death by his wife Doris in 1985 a sister Delpha Gull and a brother Donald friends may call after 2 pm Friday at Clifton Funeral Home Earlville where a Scripture service will be at 3 and a Holy Name rosary at 8 pm Friday Mr Carpenter was a farmer Comfortable Hush Puppies Loosen up in Hush Puppies comfort Because the road seems longer when your feet are killing you Ovation Black Navy or Tan Ombre Hush Tabatha Black or Navy Since 1885 FOXS SHOES COLLEGE FAILS
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