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Burlington Hawk Eye (Newspaper) - June 6, 1985, Burlington, Iowa Deaths or. Thomas Lowrey or. Thomas Lowrey 58. Farmington Hills mich., a former resident of Burlington died wednesday june 5. He was born april 9, 1927 at Cape Girardeau to. He was reared by Chris and Barbara Weinreich in Burlington and graduated from Burlington High school and Palmer College of chiropractic in Davenport. Or. Lowrey served in the Navy in world War ii. He married Donna Limbocker aug. 31, 1946, in Burlington. He lived in various cities and had practice in Detroit since 1978. Surviving the wife son Gregory Detroit three daughters Cheryl Reynolds Salt Lake City. Utah Cynthia Skalski Detroit and Hollie Lowrey Farmington Hills brother Tony Weinreich new London sister Sylvia Copley. Burlington and 15 grandchildren. Funeral to . Saturday Farmington Hills. Committal to be announced by dudgeon Mcculley funeral Home Wapello. Raymond o. Eielson it. Pleasant Raymond o. Elefson 76, of 305 s. Walnut it. Pleasant died wednesday june 5, at Henry county health Center. He was born aug. 22, 1908 at Randall to Orden and Esther Side Elefson. He married Josephine Pullen june 17, 1932 she died july 24, 1967. He married Edna o. Lytle May 18, 1968 at Story City she died feb. La 1985. He served As a technical sergeant in the army during world War ii. He owned the Elefson Agency and was a realtor in it. Pleasant for 40 years. He was a member of the first United methodist Church it. Pleasant and the National Iowa and Southeast Iowa association and Board of realtors. He was the past president of the Iowa farm and land brokers. He was past commander and a member of the Bob Tribby Post 58 of the american legion. Surviving one son Richard e., it. Pleasant four grandchildren and one great grandson. Funeral la . Friday. First United methodist Church the Rev. Ronald Kramer officiating Forrest Home cemetery. A memorial can be made to the first United methodist Church. The Weir funeral Home is in charge of arrangements. Prugh funeral service mrs. Agnes i. Eckerman services for mrs. Agnes i. Eckerman. Who passed away june 4, 1985, will be held in Prugh a Chapel at ten of clock Friday morning. Or. David j. Seitz officiating. The family will receive friends at the Chapel one hour before the service. Committal will take place at 3 30 of clock Friday afternoon in the Chariton cemetery Chariton Iowa the Rev. Jerry Hambleton officiating. Mrs. Grace m. Williams services for mrs. Grace m. Williams who passed away june 4, 1985, will be held in Prugh a Chapel at 1 30 o clock Friday afternoon or. David j. Seitz officiating. Interment will be in Aspen Grove cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Chapel Between seven and 8 30 of clock this evening. A memorial has been established for first Christian Church. Or. Robert Albert Senn services for or. Robert Albert Senn who passed away june 5. 1985, will be held in Prugh a Chapel at 1 30 of clock saturday afternoon the Rev. Or. Donald d. Hoornstra officiating. Interment will be in memorial Park cemetery. The family will receive friends at the Chapel Between seven and eight of clock Friday evening. Mrs. Tillie Fehseke services for mrs. T ill in Fehseke who passed away june 5, 1985. Will be held in Prugh a Chapel at two of clock monday afternoon the Rev. Or. B. Lawrence Sweeney officiating. Interment will be in Aspen Grove cemetery. Martha j. Woodruff mrs. Martha j. Woodruff 52, of 1142 Franklin died wednesday june 5, in Burlington medical Center. She was born june 19, 1932 at Rushville 111., to Earl and Edith settles Baker. She married Harold b. Woodruff june 2, 1956 in Burlington. Mrs. Woodruff was a teacher aide in the Burlington Community school District she had been on sick leave since 1983. She was a member of first Assembly of god Church where she had taught sunday school for Many years. Surviving the husband two sons Timothy Iowa City and Mark Fairfield three daughters Rebeca Nichols Lamore calif., Teresa Timmerman Rantoul 111., and Ronda Woodruff Burlington two Brothers Wayne Baker Columbia. Iu., and Lyle Baker Rushville three Sisters Vera raining. Downers Grove 111., Evelyn Cleghorn Hoffman estates 111., and Irene Green Joliet 111. And three grandchildren. Funeral 1 30 . Friday first Assembly of god Church the Rev. Norman Wenig and the Rev. Russell Schirman memorial Park cemetery. A memorial to first Assembly of god Church has been established at the Burlington funeral Home. Grace m. Williams services for mrs. Grace m. Williams 99, autumn Heights who died tuesday june 4, will be held in Prugh a Chapel at 1 30 . Friday or. David j. Seitz officiating. Burial will be in Aspen Grove cemetery. A memorial has been established for first Christian Church. Mrs. Williams was born sept. To 1885 at fandom 111., to the Rev. Lewis and Jerusha Jane Duncan Sherman. She married Charles Williams sept. 24. 1907 at Ferris 111. She was a member of first Christian Church Kings daughters Dar and Navy mothers. Surviving three sons Eugene Lincoln neb., Louis Des Moines and Richard Burlington five daughters Elgin Hughes Tulsa okla., Vivian Sli Ger Oklahoma City. Okla., Sylvia Koopman Little Rock ark., Betty Stokes Houston. Texas and Louise Gilbert Mattoon Iii. 21 grandchildren and several great grandchildren. Helen Lenore Banks Brighton mrs. Helen Lenore Banks 76, died in the Henry county health Center it. Pleasant wednesday june 5. She was born at Keota june 3, 1909 to Harry and Lena Westfall Willis. She married David g. Banks feb. La 1932 he died in May of 1956. Mrs. Banks was formerly owner operator of the Crawfordsville cafe at Crawfordsville. She had lived at Brighton for five years before entering Parkview care Center Wayland. She attended the Brighton United Church. Surviving four sons David l., Misawa Japan Larry Decatur 111., Jerry Cedar rapids and Glenn Burlington daughter Carole Loeffler Brighton brother Keith Willis of Arizona 21 grandchildren and la great grandchildren. Funeral tentatively scheduled for 2 . Saturday at the Brighton United Church Elm Grove cemetery at Washington. A memorial for the arthritis foundation has been established at the Gould funeral Home. Hunt services for or. Arthur Hunt. It. Pleasant who died june 5, 1985, will be held at the Beatty funeral Home in it. Pleasant at 1 30 . Saturday the Rev. Earl Swigart officiating. Interment will be in Forest Home cemetery. A memorial to the it. Pleasant boy scouts has been established. Beatty funeral Home Woodruff services for mrs. Martha j. Woodruff who died june 5, 1985, will be held at first Assembly of god Church at 1 30 . Friday the Rev. Norman Wenig and the Rev. Russell Schirman officiating. Interment will be in memorial Park cemetery. The family will receive friends this evening Between 7 30 and 8 30 of clock at the Burlington funeral Home where a memorial for first Assembly of god Church has been established. Burlington funeral Home Robert Albert Senn Robert Albert Senn 71, of 2217 s. 12th, died in Burlington medical Center at 7 45 . Wednesday june 5. He was born nov. 14, 1913 in Portland ore., to John and Cathryn Beckel Senn. He married Phyllis Carlson april 19, 1937, in Burlington. Or. Senn was a retired tool and die maker at the Iowa army ammunition Plant. Surviving the wife two daughters Linda Mcqueen old Saybrook conn., and Sherry Anderson Burlington two Brothers Walter Senn new London and John Senn Burlington four Sisters Virginia Lutenegger new London and Esther Schrader Ethel Helms and Ruth de Mark All of Burlington and four grandchildren. Funeral 1 30 . Saturday Prugh a Chapel the Rev. Donald d. Hoornstra memorial Park cemetery. Arthur Hunt it. Pleasant Arthur Hunt 91, it. Pleasant died wednesday june 5, at the Iowa veterans Home in Marshalltown. He was born in Des Moines aug. To. 1893 to John and Alice Sexton Hunt. He served with the army in France in world War i. Or. Hunt had been a civil service guard in Washington. . He was a member of the Baptist Church vow and american legion. He had been a Benefactor to the boy scouts and the Burlington Myca. Surviving two Sisters. Anna Reschly Wayland and Ethel Hunt it. Pleasant. Funeral 1 30 . Saturday Beatty funeral Home the Rev. Earl Swigart Forest Home cemetery. A memorial has been established for the it. Pleasant boy scouts. Tillie Fehseke mrs. Tillie Fehseke. 98, of 1610 Lincoln died in Burlington medical Center wednesday june 5. She was born Jan. 6, 1887 in Burlington to Fred and Mary Roscum Taeger. She married Ferd Fehseke in Des Moines county june 30, 1909 he died May 3, 1955. Mrs. Fehseke was a member of Oak Street Baptist Church and its service Guild. Surviving son Richard it. Madison two daughters Grace Dame Laguna Hills calif., and Ruth Kuechmann Burlington four grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral 2 . Monday Prugh a Chapel the Rev. B. Lawrence Sweeney Aspen Grove cemetery. Gertrude Sayres mrs. Gertrude Sayres 82, Wayland mo., formerly of Burlington died in Burlington medical Center at 12 10 am. Thursday june 6. Services Are pending at Shaffer funeral Home Kahoka to. Head Start received $32,000 in state Aid the Southeast Iowa Community action head Start received <32.106 in child care food assistance funds last year state auditor Richard Johnson stated in an annual audit report released thursday. The Burlington based head Start program served a total of 35.893 meals and supplements to children the report said. The state issued a report on the agreement Between the child nutrition programs division the Iowa department of Public instruction and Southeast Iowa action head Start for the year that ended sept. 30, 1984. The agreement specifies Federal criteria for the disbursement of child car food program assistance funds to child care centers. Payments to child care centers Are generally based on the number of meals and supplements served to children where families meet certain Federal eligibility criteria. Sheagren funeral Home mrs. Ollie t. Williams services for mrs. Ollie t. Williams of the Page Randall or. Apartments Oquawka Illinois who passed away june 4, 1985, will be held at the Sheagren funeral Home at 10 30 . Friday. Interment will be in memorial Park cemetery. There will be no family visitation. Hospitals medical Center june 5 dismissals Viola m. Ellerhoff it. 3 Lena Wirt. Burlington care Center Jeremy Wixom. Plantation Village Kathy k. Breuer and baby girl 710 Iowa Kimberly sue Wollner and baby boy Rural Wapello Victor t. Nelson 1715 Dill Mae Louise Olson Dallas City 111. Roger a. Waterman. 218 Prairie West Burlington James w. Mullahy it. 2 Jennifer Clapp 502 Curran Julie Johns 1604 Silverleaf Lloyd c. Allen Rural Sperry Virginia g. Hunt Rural Wapello Clara k. Stolze 808 Barret George Meyer 701 Harrison Clara w. Paulus 1306 s. 12th Dianne Hoskins 522vi n. Gertrude Marlene Beckman Mediapolis Nellie Yohe Mediapolis Chicago grains wheat Jill 3 20 sep 3.22 dec 3.30y, mar 3 32 a. Corn jul. 2.75�?~/� sep 2.58v, dec 2 54v, mar 2 64. Soybeans jut 5 73 nov 5 65v. Jan 5.75 mar 5.86 local grains estimated Federal tax payment due for individuals on june 17. Individuals must filed form 1040es for second instalment of estimated tax payment. Some recipients of social Security benefits May now be required to pay estimated tax. If you earned $20 or More in tips in any month you must report the total to your employer by the 10th Day of the following month. Male strippers sat. Night at the look out lounge Gulfport in 8 to 12. All new group to this area adv. Half Price on annual bedding and vegetable plants. Zaiser a Florist amp Nursery 2400 Sunnyside. Phone 752-6871.�? adv. Burlington railway Tours 1 Day tour to the Amana colonies july 28. Includes lunch amp tour with local guide. Phone 752-5454 or 800-582-2313 Iowa . Area firms Schoff amp Baxter. Inc., listed the following prices thursday at la . On stocks with which major Hawk Eye land industries Are connected. Listings for nose new York Stock Exchange amex and oct Over the counter issues at amp to nyse.23v. Banks of Iowa 1st Nat oct. 47 i Burlington Northern nyse.58 Burroughs corp. Nyse.61 h it Caterpillar nyse.34 h comp. Into. Hornernyse.23 a a comp spark. La. In. Nyse.9 general electric nyse.62 Toa a Pacific lamontenyse.23 4 f h Hawkeye ban. He amp toot. 9 ism. Nyse.128vi la Southern utilities otc.44 a pc Penney nyse.50 a John Deere. Nyse.294 Lucky stores Eagle. ,.22 a incr nose. 29 Tandy Antenna Craft nose. .344 a Tenn eco i casenyse.41 4 us West new Bell. Nose 79us Gypsum. Nyse.38. A Wal Mart. Nyse.54 a Wendy s. Nyse.18 f /. Fire alarms 5 32 wednesday to the Des Moines county courthouse 500 Block n main to investigate an automatic alarm no fire 8 46 wednesday to 1215 n sixth to assist ambulance correction the Oak Street Church Bell choir concert was presented last sunday. A report in wednesday s Hawk Eye incorrectly said the concert was to be sunday. Flint River Bow Hunters will have their first shoot of the 1985 season sunday at big hollow conservation Park a Public target shooting demonstration. Registration 8 . For More information Call 752-3305 or 753-5535. Wanted donations of used furniture clothes Antiques Misc. Or sophisticated junk. Drop by hardens on Roosevelt or phone for pick up 753-0131.�? adv. Best show in town to Ramsey and the 3rd Street sliders will be at the Nite Twain Friday june 7, 9 00 to 1 30. $1 . The Good Earth organic Garden club will meet at 6 15 . Monday at the Jim Bell residence 2101 Agency. The club will visit Kathy Gourley a Garden near Danville. The meeting is open to the Public. For More information Call Jim Bell 319-752-2481. Set aside land rules explained farm operators who obtain release of their 1985 car set aside acres should be aware of the penalties for violating the rules according to ass director v. Deane Thornton. Thornton outlined thursday the provisions under which producers participating in the 1985 crop programs May Graze or mechanically Harvest car set aside acres a before grazing or mechanically harvesting the car. The farm operator must come to the ass office and file a crop report designate the car acreage indicate whether the car acreage will be grazed or mechanically harvested for a producers own livestock or another producer�?T9 livestock and designate that producer sign an application pay a verification fee of $12 per Thornton explained that the producer who has car acres cannot sell the production nor can a charge be made for the value of the vegetative growth when Given to another person for grazing or mechanically harvesting. Penalties for violation of the regulations can Range from payment reduction to Complete loss of program benefits. Thornton advises. St. Francis continuation care Center invites everyone to bring their tame gentle pets to share with the residents on a pet Day a at noon tuesday. Bring the pets to the Elm St. Entrance. For More details Call Kathy Ruble at 752-4564. Infants swimsuits moms amp babes . Standard of Beaverdale is open every Friday night till 8 . Stop in this Friday night for a free gift. Your Choice from a selection of Nylon Kitchen utensils. 1 per family please. Standard is a great place to adv. Emergency shelter for battered women and their children. Call 752-4475 Day or . Public Welcome fish shrimp Chicken. Knights of Columbus Home serving 6 30-8 00, fri., june 7th. $4 a adv. Ford exec cars special limited offering never sold to the Public 84 Mercury Topaz four door and four Cyl Indara with automatic Power steering brakes and air tilt b cruise six Way Powar Anat. Am pm stereo with Ca Maatta. Powar windows Powar door Locka and much much More currant rap Lacaman coat 412.000 was �16450 now 14r730 make an offer 84 Mustang two door Hatchback four Cylinder with four Speed manual transmission Powar at aaring. Brakes and air. Am pm four speaker stereo vip package dark Blue metallic. Currant rap Lacaman coat 69.000 a wasj&r5s5 nowi32tf make in offer �?T84 Ranger two tone Black and charcoal metallic High output four Cylinder angina with fila Speed manual overdrive transmit Aion Alt package Powar at aaring. Air conditioning and cruise control am pm Batarao auxiliary fuel tank. Over head console traction lock rear Trana Mission sliding rear window and moral currant rap Lacaman coat 611.400 was my now Meke in offer �?T84 Mark Vii two door Continental Lac option package it has everything medium charcoal Clear coat metallic color must aaa this Beauty Only 12.000 Miles currant rap Lacaman Cost 426.soo a was now turn make an off a �?T84 Mustang convertible la Light Canyon Rad metallic White top pc automatic Powar at aaring. Brakala and air. Tilt and cruise Powar windows and Powar door Locka. Am pm Ca Maatta with four speakers. Only 12,000 Miles currant rap Lacaman Cost 415.000 a Jet few make an offer �?T84 Mercury Capri is two door Hatchback dessert Tan me faille Only 4.600 Miles four Cylinder with automatic. Powar steering Brakala and air. Tilt. Am pm four speaker Batarao vip package much much More. Currant rap Lacaman Cost 410.000 Wasj amp fast Senowij a make an offer �?T84 Ranger solid Black four Cylinder with four Paad radio heavy duty Lbw pack Aga and handling package rear tap bumper. Convan Ianca group and gauge package. Currant rap Lacaman coat 48.200 was a saw now i car make an offer warranty still in effect. Save thousands when compared to comparably equipped new cars. See one of the Good Oil boys today a Frank hand a Jim Geren a Brad Buhmeyer a John Sandrock a Paul Benbow a Jerry Adams a Rusty Harris Westland x Amo jeep run Ault 1050 s. Gear ave. West Burlington 319 753-2866 hours 8 to 6 weekdays 8 to 9 monday amp friday8 to 5 saturday Corn no 2 yellow 82.75, unchanged soybeans no. I yellow 85.81, up four cents. Hawk Eye happenings

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