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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - August 28, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa Thi courier Cherokee. Iowa thur3. Aug. 28, 1969 immaculate Conception Church Cherokee Iowa pastor father Robert Dougherty assistant pastor father John Nockey services sunday August 10 a a 5 45 7 30. 0 00 and 10 30 . Mosses daily masses 6 30 . And 8 00 . Confessions Dolly during masses saturday 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8 . A confessions baptism by appointment holy name Catholic Church Marcus Iowa pastor father Robert j. O Reilly sir ices sunday. August 10 a first Friday masses at 7 00 . And 7 30 . Sunday masses for summer until october 7 and 9 second monday. Cd a meeting at 8 . Second thursday nost 8 00 . Fourth thursday missionary society at 1 30 pm. Fourth thursday co at holy name gym at 8 00 . Catechism dais every thursday at holy name school at 7 . Meadow Star United methodist Washta Iowa pastor. Rev. Forrest m. Lay Pierson Iowa 10 . A sunday school 11 . A morning worship first Church of Christ 722 North 2nd Street Cherokee. Iowa Phil Gardner minister services sunday August 31 a also . A Bible school 10 30 . Morning worship 6 30 . A youth meeting 7 30 . A evening worship monday to . A founders Day program at Nebraska Christian College tuesday 6 30 . A Keystone party at Virgil Pyle farm wednesday 7 30 a family study hour thursday 7 30 . A elders meeting 8 . A Board meeting saturday 1 05 . A our bread of Lite radio program can be heard Over Che congregational United Church of Christ Aurelia. Iowa z. M. Bressler. Minister my United c of c services sunday August 31 a to . Church school and worship service thursday 8 30 . A the Board of a us tees will meet at the Church first Baptist Church 118 Willow Cherokee Iowa l. H. Smith. Pastor services sunday August 3 no services memorial presbyterian Cherokee Iowa Rev. A. E. Gold Horn minister Mem Presby services sunday August 31 9 30 . A divine family worship service Nursery service is provided tuesday 7 . A Christian education committee wednesday i , a up w. Luncheon Trinity lutheran 230 North Roosevelt Cherokee Iowa Rev. O. A. Marquardt pastor services sunday August 31 a 9 . A divine worship 10 15 . Educational hour tuesday 7 30 . S s staff wednesday 7 30 . Walther league thursday 7 31 . Board of education sept. 6 saturday school starts Washta news briefs mrs Roger Clark mrs. Lonny Byers and Kay of Winsor. To. Are visiting in the Home of mrs. Byers Mother mrs. George Roberts. Or. And mrs Nelson Eubank Wert sunday supper guests in the Home of his sister. Mrs. Abe Glidewell at Cherokee. Husan Clark returned Home tuesday evening after spending tile past week in the Earl gum la it me at Madison. S. Mrs. Dale Grell and children were tuesday morning callers in the Home of mrs. Helen Tucker. Visitors in the mrs. Ixia Mohr Home on tuesday afternoon were mrs. Evelyn Malcolm. Mrs Ethel Peck both of Cherokee. Mrs. Olive and Mable Beeson. Mrs. Jack Chapman and mrs Roger Clark and Steve Grayson Larrabee. George Frahm has purchased i tic Home of or. And mrs. Albert Godfrey. The Godfrey will he leaving soon to make their Home in England. Mrs. Mary Johnson. Susan Clark and Roberta gum were wednesday visitors in the Dale Hunwardsen Home it Anthon. Faith Circle met at the Home of mrs. Pearl Conley on wednesday afternoon with 15 Mem in present. Meeting was called to order by chairman mrs. Kashish with the Reading of a poem. Soliciting was done for Hie the Harvest festival which will be held sept. 6 with the auction to be held in the afternoon and Chicken and noon dec Flipper to Start serving at 4. The Willow band will play in front of the Church at 7. Lunch was served by the committee in charge. Next meeting will to with mrs. Ray Roberts. Sept. 17. Or. And mrs. Russell Gray visited their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Lanny Gray a Buffalo Grove. 111. Over the woe end. Of. And mrs. Roland Chapman Schaller were sunday guests in the Home of his parents. Or. And mrs. Jack Chapman. Mrs. Gilbert Nielsen. Tom and Nadine and mrs. Roger Clark accompanied mrs. David Neilsen to Sioux City on thursday. Mrs. Marlin parcel and mrs. My tie Hatch visited in Cedar rapids Over the weekend where they attended graduation exercises for Clare Dee Hamilton from Iowa City Hospital. Bethany Circle met at the Home of mrs Opal Hanscom on wednesday afternoon with 13 members and one guest mrs Maxine Byers present mrs Hatch had charge of the meet no. Soliciting was done for the sept. 6. Mrs. Helen Tucker gave the program entitled yes but mrs. Opal Hanscom gave the devotions. Lunch was served by the committee in charge. Or. And mrs. Pete Engle or. And mrs. Roger Christianson and family of lying Beach Calif drove to Harlan where they helped mrs Emma Myrtue celebrate her bist birthday at the Home of mrs Myrtue. .38 relatives were present. Mrs. Fred harder. Mrs. Marcia Brandt and son. Correctionville Vrr Joyce Jensen Holstein. Mrs. Loma Christensen. and mrs. Emma Engle were wednesday Bemoon carers in the David Kissinger Home. 0n House was held sunday at the methodist Church in Honor of or. And mrs Ralph Sutton of Cleghorn. About 30 relatives and friends attended. Stower to Honor Janice Kastengren an open Shower honouring miss Janice Kastengren daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Kastengren Aurelia will be held in the Afton Community Center on saturday sept. 6. A 1 30 . Salad luncheon will be served. All friends and relatives Are invited. Wilberding reunion Centennial the Stavanger lutheran Church held special observances Over aug. 8 Ioas the Church reached its 100th year of its founding. Bruce Culp vows in californian miss Kathryn Culp daughter of or. And mrs. Joseph Culp of los Angeles and Danny Kay Bruce son of or. And mrs. Clifford Bruce of Aurelia spoke recent summer wedding vows in Calvary lutheran Church at Panorama City Calif., before an audience of 200 guests. The four attendants to each were relatives and friends of the Bride and Groom. Terry and Jerry Bruce Brothers of the Groom were Best Man and groomsman. First reception followed in Church Parlours and a second one was Given by the grooms parents at first methodist Church in Aurelia following couples honeymoon spent at Iowa great lakes. Bride who attended High school and College in California is employed in los Angeles City schools youth service department As staff artist. Since the grooms graduation from Aurelia Community school he has been in u. S. Marine corps and had served 19 months in Vietnam with logistics support unit a a bravos recipients of a presidential citation As Well As vietnamese service citations. Deaths . Douglas Williams the Wilberding reunion was held sunday aug. 17 at Mary Hill with approximately 170 attending the gathering. A potluck dinner was served at noon. The afternoon was enjoyed by visiting and taking pictures. Games was the entertainment for the younger group. Those attending from a distance were or. And mrs. Emil Wilberding and Carol Albany n. Y., or. And mrs. Joe Wilberding and Patrick Ontario Cal if., or. And mrs. George Vasser Roger and sue Ellen Waco Tex. Mrs. Velma Vasser Chilton Tex. Or. And mrs. Paul r. Knight Inglewood Calif. Or. And mrs. De Wilberding Eddie and Kim of Freemont neb., or. Joyce Caseyville ii or. And mrs. Paul Tremain Seattle Wash. Miss Margy Goettsch Minneapolis Minn. Other guests were from Cherokee Aurelia Marcus Galva Ida Grove Remsen Lemars Spencer Granville Ruthven Sioux City and Cedar Falls. Nine of the ten living children of the late Jos. C. Wilberding were at the reunion. They included mrs. Lester Hilda Rupp and mrs. Norman Della Broderson. Cherokee mrs. Jerry Margy Golden Spencer miss Mella Wilberding Lemars de Freemont Joe Ontario Calif. Emil Albany n. Mrs. George Elsie Vasser Waco Tex. And mrs. Paul r. Mary Agnes Knight Inglewood Calif. A double ring ceremony officiated by father Waters at immaculate Conception Church in july 19 United Carol Beazley and Doblas Williams in marriage. Parents of the Bride Are or. And mrs. Paul Beazley Cherokee and or. And mrs. Calvin Williams of Washta. A reception for 150 guests followed the ceremony in the Church Parlours. The couple will live in Omaha where the Groom will be stationed at Offutt air Force base. Births Klatt son or. And mrs. Howard Klatt of Oelwein became the parents of a son Marc Alan born at 3 30 . Aug. 19 at Oelwein Hospital. He has two Sisters Terri and Debbie and three Brothers Timothy Daniel and Michael. Or. And mrs. Louis Larson and or. And mrs. Howard j. Klatt All of Cherokee Are the grandparents. Graham reunion approximately 40 were in attendance at the 30th annual Graham family reunion at Suring Lake Park. All were from Iowa except David l. Graham and his son Graham e., of Prairie Village kan., Jean and Allen Graham of rolling Meadows. 111. Also attending were mrs. Helen Vorbrich and Dale of Iowa City. Among the guests was Ezzat Al Ali general manager of the saudi arabian agricultural Bank who was stay ii with or. And mrs. Milford Beeghly of Pierson vice chairman of farm credit of Omaha while in this area. During the afternoon or. Ana mrs. Gilman fee were surprised by a special Observance of their 40th wedding anniversary which had occurred pm aug. 13. Their daughter and family or. And mrs. Howard Tveitnes surprised them with an appropriately decorated anniversary cake and their grandsons Troy and Donald presented mrs. Fee with a Corsage and or. Fee with a boutonniere. Mints for the occasion were made by mrs. Robert Loucks. A tape from or. And mrs. George Monroe of Taiwan was enjoyed. Mrs. Monroe is the former Beverly fee daughter of or. And mrs. Gilman fee. The honoured couple was presented gifts and other mementos by the relatives in attendance. Donald Tveitnes served the punch mrs. Howard fee poured Coffee and mrs. Don Graham Cut the cake. The Graham families came from the Iowa towns of Iowa City Pierson Kingsley Paullina and Cherokee. It. Pleasant news briefs or. And mrs. David Waller and Kelly and Denford Matuzel of Sioux City and or. And mrs. Jim Behrenbrinke of Minneapolis were weekend guests in the Roderick Waller Home. Mrs. John Coburn and Janice mrs. Francis Coburn mrs. Donald Simons and mrs. Clifford Schlenger attended a Shower honouring Ann Rae in the Grace United methodist Church in Marcus Friday night. Or. And mrs. Clarence Smith were supper guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Charles bean in Sioux City in Honor of Barbara s birthday. Jim Gilbert and son Ricky of Middleton mo., were callers in the Jack and mrs. George Fores Man Home sunday morning. Miss Joan Behrenbrinke of Minneapolis has been a guest of Janet Waller the past week. Or. And mrs. Clifford Schlenger visited in the Harold Schlenger Home saturday evening. Mrs. George Foresman was a thursday evening guest in the Irving Johnson Home in Cherokee honouring or. And mrs. Clarence Cave of Phoenix Ariz. Many from this Vicinity attended the Cherokee county fair with several of the 4-h people winning awards. I. 8l. Engaged Edward Walter Edward Harold Walter son of Avgust and Anna Schultz Walter was born feb. 1,1905atfrances-vt be ind., and died at his farm a me near Brooke on aug. 18, 69 at the age of 64 years five months and 29 Days. He attended Public schools at Francesville where he had lived Lor 17 years. For the past 47 years he had Farmed in the Brooke area. On nov. 29, 1938, he was married at Cherokee la., to Ruth Zarr. They were the parents of three children. He was a member of us John United Church of Christ. Surviving Are his wife Ruth one son Jared Edward Walter Marshalltown two daughters mrs. Jerald Sheryl Kay Faste now spirit Lake and mrs. Larry Valerie Jean Carlson Cherokee and five grandchildren. Also surviving Are his parents or. And mrs. August Walter of Peterson two Sisters mrs. Curt Leone Tigges Peterson and mrs. Ronald Geneva Houghtaling Harlan several nieces and nephews. Funeral services were held at St. John United Church of Christ Peterson on aug. 21. Offic latine Clergyman was Rev. J. S. Gohde. Quot in the Garden Quot and Quot i heard the voice of Jesus say Quot were hymns Sung by mrs. Charles flagman accompanied by miss Rose flagman organist. Pallbearers were Clarence m Oval i William Carrington Edward Luetkeman Charles flagman Herbert Kracht and Donald Yungbluth and honorary pallbearers were Russell Rubenbauer Bernard Hollenbeck Edward Meinking Harry Carlson Robert Donahoo sr., Jesse Fastenow or. Burial was in Church cemetery. Or. And mrs. Emmet Mohror and or. And mrs. Darrel Kaiser were in charge of Flowers and Baumgarten funeral service of Sutherland in charge of arrangements. Howard Don Zimmerman Quimby a Howard Zimmerman 70, a resident of Quimby the past 40 years died at 7 . Thursday in Cherokee following an extended illness. He was a former Simon sen employee retiring three years ago. Born dec. 29, 1898 in Cherokee county la., he was married to Dorothy Borgerson on july 30, 1925 at Sioux Falls s. He was a member of Quimby methodist Church. Surviving Are his wife Dorothy one brother Ross Zimmerman of Sioux Falls and one sister miss Ellen Zimmerman of Jasper Minn. Also several nieces and nephews. His parents preceded him in death. Funeral services were at la . Saturday at Quimby methodist Church followed by burial in Jasper Minn. Cemetery. Boothby funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Quimby society the women s society of Christian service of the first United methodist Church Quimby met at the Church on aug. 14 for a 2 30 . Meeting. The meeting hour was spent entirely on business with mrs. Dale Jenness president presiding assisted by mrs. Leland Smith vice president. Members voted to keep the circles in their organization for another year. Business discussed will be voted on with More discussion at the next meeting on sept. La. Lunch was served following the meeting. Mrs. Emmet d. Tess Paullina mrs. Emmet d. Test 91, died tuesday in a fort Dodge nursing Home where she had lived since 1960. The former Bertha j. Thorny son born at Dunbar on Jan. I 1878, was married in Marshall county on june 20, 1920, to Emmet d. Test. The couple Farmed in Paullina area for Many years. He preceded her in death in october 1947. She is survived by two sons Lowell test of Mesa Ariz., and Ray of Annandale a. Three daughters mrs. Melville mainline Welty of Pocahontas mrs. Monroe Marjorie math son. Canton s. D., and mrs. C. B. Faye fill and of Arlington a. Nine grandchildren and nine great grandchildren. Funeral services were held Friday afternoon at Paullina presbyterian Church with Rev. Robert Hickman officiating. Burial under direction of Gaudian funeral Home was in Prairie View cemetery. Eye Lodge no. 619, both of Cher-ok>86 a survivors Are a brother Elmer g. Meyers of Champion pa., and a sister mrs. Nora minor of Fowler o. Also three step child Ren Archie c. Nelson of Cherokee Delbert Nelson of fort Salerno fla., and mrs. Hattie Dunn of Coeur d Alene Ida. Funeral services were at 2 . Friday at Boothby funeral Home with pastor Robert Hess officiating. Burial was in Cedar cemetery Larrabee. John w. Swanson Aurelia John w. Swanson 90, of Aurelia died saturday in Alta. He was bom in Sweden on oct. 27, 1878 and came in 1907 to the United states. He was married in 1912 to Jennie Nelson. Surviving Are his wife Jennie a sister mrs. Axel Franzen of Chicago and a sister in Sweden. Funeral services were at 2 . Tuesday in Aiu Trinity lutheran Church with pastor John s. Swenson officiating. Burial was in pleasant Hill cemetery Aurelia with Wharton funeral Home Aurelia directing. New minister for Church of Christ Curtis Reynolds is now serving As minister Rathe Cherokee first Church of Christ. He was born in Lawrence county ind. And graduated from Mitchell ind. High school and attended Bible College one year at Cincinnati Bible Seminary Cincinnati o. And graduated from Nebraska Christian College Norfolk neb. In 1957 with a a degree in ministry. Or. Reynolds held student ministries at Ewing and Sargent neb. He began a student ministry at Burwell neb. And remained there after graduation. Ordained by the Burwell Church in May 1957, he served the first Christian Church in Lexington neb. For eight years. He concluded a one year ministry with the sugar Grove Church of Christ soldiers Grove wis. In accepting the Call to the first Church of Christ Here a mrs. Reynolds Marie Haus from Orchard neb. There Are three children in the family Rona Marie 12, Barry Lynn 7 and Leslie re Nae 6. We Welcome this family to our Community Charles Meyer Given degree Quimby Charles Meyer Quimby was one of 32 members of the West mar College August graduating class. The degree of Bachelor of arts was conferred on Meyer during the commencement convocation on saturday. Or. James Doty president of Baker University Baldwin City kan., delivered the commencement address. Or. Doty received an a degree from mount Union College an St degree from Boston University school of theology and a degree from the Boston University graduate school. An alumni commencement dinner preceded commencement. Or. Laurence c. Smith West mar president and mrs. Smith greeted the graduates at a reception in the Terrace lounge of the student commons following the commencement convocation. 4-h winners Hospital Notts a a my or miss Jean Ann Fackrell the engagement and approaching marriage of Jean Ann Fack Rell to Michael Robert Hanson son of or. And mrs. Oke Hanson of Cherokee is being announced by the parents of the Bride elect. Or. And mrs. J. Everett Fack Rell of Honolulu Hawaii. Miss Fackrell a Junior at the University of Hawaii is employed by Sears Roebuck amp co., Ala moan Center Honolulu. Her Fiance a graduate of the University of Wisconsin is pres entry serving with the u. Is army on Ford Island. He is also employed at the same Sears Center. A wedding in late november is planned. Turkey supper for the Cleghorn presbyterian Church will hold its annual Turkey supper at the Cleghorn gym on tuesday sept. 2. Public is invited. Serving will begin at 5 . Mary Ann Erickson Remsen a the engagement of miss Mary Ann Erickson daughter of mrs. Clinton Erickson of Remsen and the late or. Erickson to Loren Romberg son of or. And mrs. John Romberg of Hospers is being announced by the Bride elect s Mother. Miss Erickson is a senior at Concordia teachers College Seward neb. Her Fiance is a senior at Northwestern College Orange City. A Winter wedding is being planned. Emro Joseph Walker Emro Joseph Walker 96, a former resident of Liberty township and spirit Lake areas who had lived the past six years at spirit Lake died at 5 30 . Saturday in Cherokee following an extended illness. Born april 2, 1873 in Carroll county la., he was married to Hulda Brant on March 18, 1903. He was a member of the spirit Lake Baptist Church. Survivors Are a son Davis Walker of Nogales Ariz., and mrs. Walter Mabel Elizabeth Kielhorn of Cherokee and mrs. Glen Vera Lucille Morrow Lake Park to grandchildren and 18 great grandchildren. One brother Jake j. Walker Cherokee also survives. His wife preceded him in death in 1954 and a son Justin Walker in 1910 also two Sisters. Funeral services were at 2 . Tuesday from Boothby funeral Home with Rev. Lester Smith officiating. Burial was in Liberty cemetery. Mrs. Lucy Nelson a former Cherokee resident mrs. Lucy Nelson 84, died at 2 35 . Wednesday at Copper nursing Home in Sutherland after a Long illness. She was born March 17,1885, at Scottdale a. She was a member of seventh Day adventist Church and Hawk Cherokee county 4-h was Well represented at Iowa state fair bringing Home seven Blue ribbons placings in the clothing division on la divisions entered. Beverly Hiller Tilden Tillies received Blue on her skirt and red on her dress. Blouse entered by Julie Wharton Afton Lucky clovers Blue jumper Hally Smity Afton Lucky clovers Blue. Play clothes Patty a Noaek Liberty Bells red textile and a clothing science Why Patty Johnson country Ramblers Blue. Three of the five garments entered under the category of five constructed garments also earned Blue ribbons Barbara Bowen Chipper Cherokee Jil Berglund grand Meadow larks and Theresa Peterson country Ramblers. Placing red with their garments entered in this same category Ann Pfaff Aurelia lassies and Ruth Rupp Sheridan stars. Debbie Doeden Cherokee comets received a Blue on photography in the animal division. Neal Mcintosh Sheridan sure shooters red with a landscape photo. Two of the three demonstrations from this county earned Quot meritorious this recognition went to the Sheridan sure shooter team Darwin Henke and Ernie Rupp for their presentation Quot be a sure shot Quot a demonstration in gun and Hunter safety. Also winning the meritorious award was the Chipper Cherokee 4-h team Caroyl Westphal and Marla Perry with their demonstration on baby sitting entitled Quot Between Sitter and a Quot recognition Quot citation was Given the Afton Junior Farmer team Craig Evans and David Mac Kay for their presentation Quot heartbreaker Quot on gun care and safety demonstration. Aug. 20 admittance mrs. Helen Mccauley Cherokee Richard Whitmore Peterson Thomas Strackbein Correctionville mrs. Carrie Frahm Holstein Steven Meyer Holstein Geoffry Hancock Cherokee dismissals Keith Ebert Marcus Steven Kohn Cherokee Timothy Roberts Meriden mrs. Joseph Frank Galva Deborah Johnson Aurelia Diane Dobson Cleghorn mrs. Robert Pingel and son Sutherland mrs. Gust Anderson end son Cherokee Earl Boothby Washta aug. 21 births or. And mrs. Ralph Augustine Cherokee a girl or. And mrs. Sherlyn Putzier Cherokee a girl admittance Paul Gunnarson Cherokee Jill Haskin Cherokee Joseph Mueller Cherokee mrs. Joe fell Washta Kathleen Mcguire Cushing mrs. Hens renter Paullina Bernard Erdman Aurelia dismissals mrs. Darrell Moiler Cherokee William Kerslake Holstein Steven Meyer Holstein mrs. Betty Polson Marcus mrs. Daryl Lindstrom and daughter Cherokee mrs. Gary Anderson and son Cherokee Lester Pecke Schneider Aurelia aug. 22 births or. And mrs. David Riede Mann Sutherland a girl admissions Mary Hines Aurelia Thomas hucks Aurelia Emil Carlson Cherokee Clarence Sweeney Sutherland Deborah Ekstrom Cherokee Emro Walter Cherokee Dennis Harvey Galva dismissals Michael Fiddelke Paullina mrs. Larry Puhrman and daughter Cherokee Joseph Mueller Cherokee Richard Whitmore Peterson Steven Hirschman Cherokee mrs. Howard Cargan Larrabee mrs. Mildred Perry Albert City aug. 23 births or. And mrs. Gail Todd Holstein a boy admittance Alice Schallau Sutherland Roy Sechler Meriden Marion Simons Cherokee Jack Cooper Marcus mrs. Dale Cline Cherokee dismissals Chi Haskin Cherokee mrs. Hans re inter Paullina Leo Kreykes Cherokee a Geoffrey Hancock Cherokee mrs. Ralph Robeson Washta Helen Mccauley Cherokee mrs. Kathryn Schnoes Marcus mrs. Darrell we and Cherokee Alfred Nott Peterson aug. 24 births or. And mrs. Donald Pitts Cleghorn a boy admittance Janet Cipperley Holstein Walter Brenner Cherokee mrs. Henry Bowling Cherokee mrs. Albert Taylor Cherokee Olga Carnes Holstein Jennie Burkhart Cherokee dismissals mrs. Ralph Augustine and daughter Cherokee mrs. Sherlyn Putzier and daughter Cherokee Paul Gunnarson Cherokee aug. 25 admittance Joel Graham Cherokee aug. 26 births or. And mrs. Donald Bobolz Cherokee a boy admittance Jerry Mckenzie Cherokee Melissa Mckenzie Cherokee Jeffery Mckenzie Cherokee Herman Mckenzie Cherokee Merle Van Patten Cherokee Lottie Patten Aurelia mrs. Gerald Frahm Cherokee mrs. Donald Miller Paullina Ann Hansen Cherokee Laurence Schmoldt Cherokee mrs. Bertha Mueller Cherokee dismissals mrs. Don Pitts and son Cleghorn Fritz Ogren Washta Joel Graham Cherokee mrs. Lambert Larson Galva Allan Keck Washta Webb Pilot air victim Gillett Grove apr the crash of a singles Gine air Craft in a Cornfield East of Here tuesday took the life of Roger Higgins 23, of Webb the planets Pilot. Sheriffs officers said Higgins an employee of the Ida Grove flying service was inspecting the Field from air prior to crop dusting operations. He was the son of or. And mrs. George Higgins of Webb. A Church notes

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