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Albert Lea Sunday Tribune (Newspaper) - February 14, 1988, Albert Lea, Minnesota Juzwin i worn a a a we to. In today a weather weath e p i Albert Leo oreo Windy today with a 30 percent Chance of High in the lower to Middle 20s. Wind North 20 to 30 mph. Min Nesoto Exton Dod forecast tuesday through thursday a Chanco of a now tuesday. Partly Cloudy wednesday and thursday. Mild with highs in Tho foam North and 20s South tuesday and won Osdoby and 20s North to Middle sos South thursday. Lows Toro to 15 above. Iowa extended forecast tuesday through thursday a a Chance of rain or Snow tuesday. Portly Cloudy wednesday and thursday. Near Normal temperatures with highs in the upper 20s and 30s and lows in the teens. Obituaries Owen Peak tested is we hum numb vat of formerly or twin lakes in be held at 1 30 p u Ito Day nary is in at Bayview a Norai funeral services for Owen Punk i Tow be. Age is of the Lake Milia care Center Fumm bomb will ii february is in at Bayview a Sabsi Home. Albert Lea in. Reverend i i Blundell will site inns. Burial will be at Bear Lake cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to s is Phi. On monday at Bayview funeral Kame. Owen towns died Friday february 12. In at 1 00 . At the Lake mum care Center where he Hod been a resident since mis. Owen town wee born an aprils in at twin lakes in the son is George and Katharine Harrington towns. Owen attended school in twin lakes and fanned on the family farm All of his Ufa. He enjoyed playing Ahab and dancing. Survivors include Many maces nephews and Cousin. He was preceded in death by me parents Brothers Harry cedi George and William stolen Nora Susie Myrtle Bene and Florence. Corn h. Nolan the funeral Orvice for Cora h. Nolan. Good Samarium Center will be 110 10 . Monday Etall saints Irene d. Bixby Irene d. Bixby 84, Wells died saturday feb is in at he Wells Hospital. She was born Mary 14, ims in Fraser township Martin co. Near Fairmont. Minn to Henry end Sophie Berg bred she married Joseph a. Bixby on june so in in Garden City Minn the couple lived in Garden City until they moved to Wells in in and Here they purchased the Walls bowline Alley and re it Mita Joe retired in ism. A a in sea a a a s Sui w Lei Lwft she was s member of the Wells United methodist Church Wells Hospital auxiliary american legion auxiliary so veterans at foreign Ware la dial auxiliary 1771. And a so year member of the order of the a a tors Star in Blue Earth Winn. She to survived by one son Darel and his wife Nellie at Wells Ive grandchildren Aurene Klouk of sen a met wu., Marilyn Bayl Saa at Carthage mo., Barbara Stratton and Tom Bixby both at Sioux Falls ., and David Bixby of Alden is great grandchildren and one great Greet Catholic Church. New Richaad. The Rev. Clayton Haberman will officiate i ,8t8ra1 i vim. Vhf a noir will up i rom 2-8 . Sunday at the Oison fro Dreth funeral heme Hartland and Ana hour before the service Al the Church a prayer service will be held it 7.so . Sunday at the funeral Home. Cera died Friday at Naeve Hospital at the age Ofshe we born 8ept. Is in at Hartland Minn to Severt and Carrie bothum hereon. She married will Nolan on sept. A Isis at Hartland. She was a lifetime resident of Hartland and a member of All a into Catholic Church new Richland. She to survived by sore Bernard Nolan and a wife Mildred of Hartland. Raymond Buster Nolan and his wife Margaret of Deer River and Tom Nolan and a wife Zim of Hartland a daughter Veronica and her husband Lawrence Dunlevy of Castlewood Many grandchildren great grandchildren and great great grand children nod nieces and Quot i hts. Preceded in death by Lur husband in in two Brothers William and Harry Hanson and three Sisters mrs. Fred Sophie Fink hire. Richard Clara Fink and Bertha Hanson. Laverne d. Peaslee funeral services for Laverne d. Peasle of 718 Hawthorne St., will be to . Tuesday feb. Is at St. Theodore s Catholic Church. The Rev. Patrick Lawler will officiate. Interment will be at Hillcrest cemetery. Visitation will be 3-7 . Monday at Bonnem it son funeral Chapel Albert Lea with a prayer service at 1 30 . Laverne died saturday morning at metropolitan medical Center Minneapolis at the age of 74. He was born Jan. 9, 1914 to Edward and Louise Danewitz Peaslee. He married Gladys Hedlund of june 34, 1939. He worked re a machinist Al Wilson a and he is a member of St. Theodore a Catholic Church. He enjoyed Hunting fishing Deer Hunting and gardening. He is survived by his wife four children Diane Peaslee at Omaha. Neb., Dawn and her husband Richard Allen of Albert Lea Peggy and her husband Darrel Koehler Feret grand Forks Mira and Steve Peaslee and his wife Sheri Brenden of Minnetonka grandchildren Teresa Allen of Minneapolis Heidi Allen of St. Paul Karen Allen of Albert Lea and Anne Marie Koehler of East grand works and Brothers and Sisters Orie Peaslee of Scio tee., Irene Rausch of Watkins. Marian Shields of Lebanon tee. And Carol Shipley of Rockford 111. He was preceded in death by his parents Brothers Raymond Peaslee and Wilbur Peaslee and Sisters Ells loftier Bernice Gilmore Laona Wachter and Myrtle Short. R Rno funeral Home Todd Domko Dow mock Darl a pork Quot serving the Argo since 1939&Quot 3794990 Bonn a funeral service i i not Lichi and liar Laad 373-2461 Cora Nolan service 14 39 . Monday. All salads Catholic Church la new re Chalad. Visitant Seaway 3 99 . In 9 99 pub. Al the Ilaoa Friedrich flares hmm la har thud. Prayer service 7 39 . Seaway at the ohm Friedrich of torral hmm la Hortland. Laverne d. Peaslee Paa aral ser let 11 11 . Tuesday at St. These arc a Catholic Church. Vial led 3-7 . Mayday at Baba Are it so Farral Chapel after time with a prayer service at 9 31 . At Bonnerup it so funeral Chapel Penny supports Cap on farm subsidies Cen tinned from Pap i he cited a scriptural passage about land ownership. A have we forgotten the old testament says the Earth and All that to in it belongs to god a a he asked adding people Are Only on Earth for a Short time Rev Halloran said the heritage of Farmers is to leave land for the next generation not Money in the Bank. First District rep. Tim Penny said he believed Money banners were still Sui Felting from things beyond their control. A Many of the things that came into play were things that banners could t Nave foreseen and be blamed for a a he said. He mid these problems have Long term implications for family agriculture because the sons and daughters of the Farmers Are Newt suffering because of the problems faced by their parents. There is some Good news though said Penny. A it has stopped getting worse he said land values have stopped their descent and among other things there has been a steady flow of subsidies from the Federal government he said but he warned it is dangerous when half of the net farm income to Federal subsidies in the last Calendar year. 128 billion was spent on subsidies he said. A that is a record High by a country mile said Penny. He spoke about the advantages and disadvantages of the 19rs farm Bill and the comprehensive farm credit today a records Naeve Imp Teal feb. 12 Admi Tom in. Kenneth Paulson. 1223 Madison ave. Jody Schuhmacher daughter of or. And mrs. Lowell Schuhmacher Glenville Matthew Olson son of or. And mrs. Clark Olson 201 Giles dec barges Lawrence Sipple. Good Samaritan Center Stanley Cabedo Imp Fountain St. Mrs. Walter Jahnke Walters Nicholas Reindal. Son of or. And mrs. David Reindal Alden. Births a girl to Kevin and Natalie Biegger Minnesota Lake at 3 18p.m. Feb. Is dec barges mrs. Kermit Iverson 903 Frank ave. Jody Schuhmacher daughter of or. And mrs. Lowell Schuhmacher Glenville. Mrs. Donald Schuh Heto. 1822 Viking ave. Russell Anderson Conger. Agnes he Emten Freeborn. Mrs. Kenneth Autoon los Madison ave. Alton Borka Toti Kiester Oil Tuaoloa Petra Hawki Asoa funeral i Kadala South my held at Webster. Ion wed preceded in death by her i Joseph in 1970, and three i duller Harry and Lee i a memorial service will be held i tuday fib. Is St la . At die i Weils United methodist Church. I burial will be in fort Snelling i Alii three will be a vow at 7 30 i i Day at Heitner funeral Home in Wells. I i Joseph Alfred Blank i Joseph Joe Blazek born october 17, i 1912, passed away february to 1988 at i St. Mary s Hospital in Rochester min i Areola after being admitted february i 7, till for a stroke. I i Joe son of Joseph and Anna Blazek. I married Violet Jorgensen january 3. I 1940 and were residents of Geneva min i Nesotas for the past 44 years. J i survivors include two sons Robert j. I of Byron Mir autote and Joseph e. Of i Dalhart Texas. A daughter mrs. I Rodger Suzanne Hiu of Ellendale i Mir autote. He to Aire survived by 9 i grandchildren and two Sisters Martha i and Caroline. I he was preceded in death by his i Mother and father and one sister in to Brun memorial services will be held it Community lutheran Church Geneva Minnesota on february is in at 1 80 . There will be no review Al. Fred h. Ravenhorst Fred h. Rauenhorst of Minneapolis passed away Fob. A in Minneapolis. Or. Rauenhorst was born in Breton to John and Emma Hasting Rauenhorst on dec. 8, in. He we 87-years-old. He to survived by hit wife. Dora Minneapolis daughter or. Doris o.p., Minneapolis ions James Rauenhorst and his wife Patricia of Minneapolis and John Rauenhorst and his wife Beton of Sierra Vista aria. Sitters Margaret Olson of Albert Lea and Lucille Rauenhorst of Mankato seven grandchildren end two great grandchildren. Funeral services were held thursday feb. La in Minneapolis at St. Albert the great Catholic Church and interment was at resurrection cemetery. Cicer Csc news la Ifor Frida f tribute a Chapel my it 1 00 pm iwo Ines Day february to in for petrel Hawkinson. 92. Formerly of North Hal Moutot Butler area. Off Tea Ting was reverend Brad Peterson. Organist was Julie Johnson. Petra pawed away february 7, in at St. John s lutheran Home in Albert Lea a. _ Petra was born january 7, i1h Perter and Ellen Hannah Stavig Swick. On october 4, 1922 the bsh United in marriage to Elmer e. I Hawki Asoa at Pierpont South Dakota they Farmed the Hawk aeon Home farm for years then South butter retiring in Butler South Dakota she s i lived la a Cert Lea in Striae tim. She lived St brei Tower a apartments before going into sit data s lutheran Home in january mb7. She is survived by eau Paul and wife Ronnie Tupelo is. Daughter Carty eel and husband Perry braced at Albert Lea in. La grandchildren is great grandchildren i sister Helen of i Marysville Washington. She was preceded in death by her parents in husband Elmer in in daughter Clarice in 1937 son Marlowe in in sister Minnie and brother. Calmer Reify. Casket bearers were Cary Demis and rim Brostad Tony Majerus Tea Peterson and Christopher Mutch. Interment will be in the Spring at new Sweden cemetery Holmqu tot South Dakota. Sunday specials roast Turkey a roast Rork or i to Astrom with Choice of . Be Eiyee Potuto 30900, it Rod your Choksi Cusic cookery 29931. Mala mortise. 373-3871 open no . Sits pjs. 0o% i deaths Joseph bus he 78. Geneva died wednesday feb to at St. Mary s Hospital in Rochester. A memorial service will be held at i . Tuesday at Community lutheran Church in Geneva. There will be no review Al. Cera Nolan .89. Good Samaritan Center. Died Friday feb. 12 at the Good Samaritan Center the funeral service will be 10 u a in monday at All saints Catholic Church in new Richland. Visitation trill be 2-8 with a forager service at 7 30 . Today at a he obon Friedrich funeral Home in Hartland and one hour prior to the service at the Church. Irene Bixby. 84, Wells died saturday feb. 13 at the Wells Hospital. A memorial service will be held at la . Tuesday at the Wells United methodist Church. There will be a vow auxiliary service at 7 ., and an order of the Eastern Star service at 7 30p.m. Monday at the Heitner funeral Home in Wells Owen a Punk Quot tvs a. 91, Lake milk care Center formerly of twin lakes. A died Friday feb 12 at the Lake Mills care Center. The funeral will be 1 39 a in. Tuesday at Bayview funeral borne visitation will be 4-8 monday at Bayview funeral Home. Ired h. Rauenhorst 97, Minneapolis died monday Fob. 8 in Mtawa Polie. He to the father of Margaret Olsen of Albert Lea. Funeral Eer View were held thursday at St. Albert the great Catholic Church Bertha Jacobs 91, Alden Tod saturday feb. 13 at St. John s lutheran Home. Funeral arrangements Are pending at Bayview funeral homa. Laverne d. Peaslee 74,718 Hawthorne St., died saturday at metropolitan medical Center in Minneapolis. The funeral service will be to . Tuesday fab. Of at St. Theodore s Catholic Church. Visitation will be 3-7p.m. Monday with a prayer service it s . At Bonnerup it son funeral Chapel. Mall 3 f. I Iii Ash top a a Albert be avow a 137 e. Clark m 3 a a saw t Tiu in re 1- re i i. A sir a Iran Toni ?8l6fkftfl6 Iori Kokini Mist sunday february a a tins it Limp a lbs Paa Cakss Yea can Roll a served on Glass plates who plastic silverware plus sausage patties eggs Amu adult donations Sesoko a Hulmon Ella # it a own i Siow free Stead pressure charts Cre Fexy of ted Crew. To 91 your Purchase of Jamboree tickets a helps support these a Lions club projects seeing Lye dogs Lions Lye Bonk Lions mooring Center children s Lye clinic 4-h Washington Seminary youth basketball Shoff Park improvements Minn. Spring borrow show comp Winnebago fund american Field service Bill which took a year to get passed. A quite frankly if we re honest with ourselves this is the kind of farm credit Bill we should have passed several years ago a said Penny the Bill Calls for negotiations restructuring of farm debt and mediation. Penny is supporting a family farm targeting and marketing Bill which would put a Cap on the number of bushels for which Farmers can receive subsidies Penny said it does t make sense to encourage Farmers to grow More just because they receive subsidies on everything they grew. This Hill would pay Farmers for 75 percent to to percent of the average amount of crops grown in in area. Penny said this new legislation could help the . Treasury and the smaller growers. It could encourage Farmers to go into less intensive farming because there would be no Reward for Maximising acreage production he said. It May also Send a signal to far Mere to try other crops suitable for their area. A this Bill does no to tie you to the program Penny said he also spoke about sending food to other nations such As african countries whose people Are starving. This Type of Aid can open doors Totsye american far Mer he said a your nation ought to be the first in line to help those people with the surplus in our Penny said. A food Aid now and markets later that s the Way this thing fits together now a mid Penny a let s not be shortsighted about former state legislator Jerry shorn fete spoke about his appointment to. And resignation from the Rural development Board. He will now work with the Independent Bankers association and commodity groups on Rural development. Schoenfeld highlighted How the Rural development Board and greater Minnesota corporation were working through their own programs on Rural development. A leadership workshop was conducted by Pat Stumme of the Freeborn county Extension office after the speakers session the state wide a issues pro reams were funded by the Otto Bremer foundation. Land o lakes inc. And the International Multi foods charitable foundation. I to protect the land Roy. Pout Halloran of Blooming Profirio told Tho audience of Tho Freeborn county league of woman voters Quot Rural problems of the 1900s�?� workshop saturday that everyone should be concerned lab git a it on x Blee of a est a a not i with protect in in Notum pm resources. The formers hereto get should be the land not Money Tat the Bonk he sold. Tribune photo butter makers up f in to v in Roar options 297 9497 Vii Antkie pm Lam live do playing 50 60 of time and request 7 .-11 . Prim my 4.95 shrimp tempi. .6.95 a 4.95 a children it Price Start your f veining a i to so minut i s Jess cafe dangerous engagement could Lead to murder Angola Lansbury in murder she wrote �7pm / / ii 1 i a1 in 1 a of til a Simms it a i j i i i m a i la Al i Ipi in -.s. R. 1 to my to Vav la till. It a s to iss i Stai in is ins Gram Worl i is i \ i is is new is a in followed by eyewitness news Affif sunday 0 evening

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