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Cherokee Courier (Newspaper) - March 27, 1969, Cherokee, Iowa The courier. Cherokee. Iowa thurs March 27. 1969 amp births Bethlehem lutheran Cherokee Iowa Walter e Lark pastor services sunday March 30 a it 30 . Worship service Nursery available to 30 . Church school tuesday 7 30 pm to 9 30 pm i raining courses wednesday 2 pm i jew executive Board 7 30 . Choir thursday 1 30 Bible discussion leaders 7 30 . Holy communion services Friday 9 or of Friday ser vices at presbyterian Church 12 noon holy communion at Bethlehem lutheran saturday 9 Junior confirmation 10 30 senior Confirma Tion memorial presbyterian Cherokee i Ava Rev a e. Goldbom minister services sunday March 30 a Palm sunday 9 30 divine family worship service Sermon Quot rejoice. Your King comes Quot sunday Church school following the worship service the communicants class will recite their catechism the sacrament of holy Ballium will in administered. Nursery service is provided. Monday 7 30 . Christian education committee wednesday i . U p w. Association guest Day luncheon. Devotions mrs. Paul Cedar. 7 Chancel choir rehearsal Maundy thursday 7 30 . The sacrament of holy communion will in Oil served. New Meliers will be publicly received into the Church Good Friday 9-11 . Good Friday services at the a memorial presbyterian Church services sunday april 6 a easter sunday 6 30 Sunrise service at St. Paul a methodist Church 9 30 divine family worship service Sermon Quot the risen Christ Quot sunday Church school will follow the worship service the three choirs will participate in the service. Nursery service is provided everyone is cordially invited to attend. Cleghorn first presbyterian Rev. Harold Sieglaff pastor Cleghorn Iowa services sunday March 30 a 9 30 . A Church school 10 45 . Divine worship Sermon Quot i am not ashamed Friday Bowling for mariners it. Pleasant Community Marcus Iowa Harold e. Sieglaff pastor thursday 1 30 . A Circle meeting services sunday March 30 a 9 . Divine worship Sermon a i am not ashamed. 10 . A Church school 6 30 . A family night Meadow Star United methodist Washta Iowa David Fehr assistant pastor Washta Iowa George w. Dunn pastor Pierson Iowa services sunday March 30 a to a sunday school la a morning warship Christian Church Cleghorn Iowa Philip l. Sinton pastor thursday 4 . Chi rho Fellowship 7 . Christian youth Fellowship Friday 7 30 . Special holy i and tour program Ojielo whole Community and urea present d by miss null Melheim of Sioux City. Inspirational educational. Appropriate fur season of easter preparation. Title Quot walk where Jesus walked Quot services sunday March 30 a Palm sunday 9 . Worship and communion a Sermon Quot commitment Jesus As i it re Quot 10 15 . Church school Vinita Ca Iris supt. Wednesday 8 . To 8 . Prayer Vigil 8 . Candlelight upper room communion service immaculate Conception Church Cherokee Iowa father Robert Dougherty assistant pastor father John Nockerts services sunday March 30 a 7 30, 9 00 and 10 30 and 5 00 pm. Masses daily masses 6 30 and 8 00 . Confessions daily during saturday 3, 4, 5, 7 and 8 . A con Faa baptism by appointment holy name Catholic Church Marcus Iowa pastor father Robert j. O Reilly services sunday March 30 a first Friday masses at 7 00 and 11 00 a in. And 7 30 . First saturday Coa com in Union at 7 00 am. Sunday Maas 8 00 and 10 00 a in. Summer and holy Days at 7 00 and 9 00 a in. Second monday Uda meat ing St 8 . Second thu Many Nasf 8 00 . Fourth thursday m Lush wary society at 1 30 . Fourth thursday co at holy name gym at 8 00 . Cut Hechim class every thurs Day at holy name school at 7 . First Baptist Church 118 a Willow Cherokee Iowa l. H. Smith pastor services sunday March 30 a 9 30 a in. Morning worship Sermon Quot America for Christ offering information 10 30 . Sunday school wednesday 7 30 . Holy communion service Friday Lexsi Friday service at the presbyterian Church. St. Paul s methodist Cherokee Iowa Rev Victor v. Schuldt minister service sunday March 30 a Palm sunday membership sunday 9 15 a. In Church school .10 30 . Worship service Sermon Quot the ire Dent demonstrator Quot monday 7 . Boy scouts wednesday i . A Sci a luncheon and general meeting 3 30-4 30 . Carol and Hotelier choir rehearsal 0 45-8 or. High Umof and Wesley choir rehearsal 8 . Chancel choir rehearsal Maundy thursday 9 . To 9 . A pcs prayer Vigil in Chapel k . Communion service g xk1 Friday 9 la a in. Good Friday service at memorial United presbyterian Church saturday 10 . Confirmation class Trinity lutheran 230 North Roosevelt Cherokee Iowa Rev. O. A. Marquardt pastor saturday 8 30 . Saturday school service sunday March 30 a 9 am. Divine worship 10 15 . Educational hour tuesday 7 30 . Sunday school staff wednesday 9 30 . Dorcas i . Elizabeth 7 30 . Walther league 7-9 . Communion announcements Maundy thursday worship with communion education committee Good Friday 10 30 . Morning meditation 7 30 . A worship with communion a i son daughter Quimby or. And mrs. Robert Arisen of Rural Quimby announce the birth of their first daughter Jill Teresa whoa Riv de at 2 32 . March 12 at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital weighing 7 pounds ounce. Her three Brothers Are Tim 7,Todd,5, and Tyler 3. Mrs. Clara King of c Cherokee and or. And mrs. Gunnard Arisen Pierson Are the grandparents. Great grandparents Are or and mrs. Edward Carl son Kingsley. Hohbach daughter Marcus a or. And mrs. Wilmer Hohbach became the parents of their first daughter born at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital at 5 10 ., March 12. Her weight was 7 pounds 3 ounces and she was named Janice Lynn. Douglas David Bruce and Mark Are her Brothers. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. William Miller of Paullina and or. And mrs. Adam Hohbach Cherokee. Nelson non Quimby or. Did mrs. Larry k. Nelson of Quimby announce the arrival of a second son bom at 12 46 ., March 14 at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital weighing 9 pounds 8 ounces. Ills name is Bradley Deane and he has a brother Larry Daniel 2. Or. And mrs. Albin Nelson and mrs. Bernice Hanson All of Quimby Are the grandparents. Great grandmother is mrs. Scottie Eatinger of Sioux try. Jurgensen Sun Pauli Ina or. And or. Burleigh Jurgensen of Rural Paullina Are the parents of their first swi who was born at Sioux Valley memorial Hospital at 19 30 ., March 4. Weighing 8 pounds and 8 ounces he has been named Blake Burley. The new a rival has four Sis Era Karla 8, Kim 7, Brenda a and in la 2. Grandparents Are or. And mrs. Milton Hie of Randolph minn., and or. And . I tart wig Jurgensen Calumet. Evangelical free Church Meriden Flay. Donald w. Erdman part thursday 7 30 . Choir rehearsal 8 . Bible study and saturday n n m. Bible instruction class i to . Bible instruction m service sunday March 30 a 10 . Sunday school 11 morning worship 7 pm. Junior and senior of Cyl h . Evening gos Iel hour. Tile senior of Cyl will Inin charge of the service. Congregational United Church of Christ Aurelia Iowa z m Bressler minister thursday 1 . Women a Fellowship will meet at the churl luncheon devotions and business meeting. Services sunday March 30 a to . Church school and worship service the i pm la a supper will to commemorated at the worship service. 8 Union lenten service at the congregational United Church of a Brist. Maundy thursday 8 communion ser Voe at the it. Olive Baptist Church. Glt pm Friday 8 . Service will be at tile United methodist Church thursday 7 30 . Board of trustees will meet. 2 p in Fellowship circles win meet at the following places Mary Guild with mrs. Arthur Hickey Mayflower with mrs Cyril Johns and a mrs Alfred Grienke assistant hostess Peregrine White with mrs Roger Glawe. First Church of Christ Cherokee Iowa service sunday March 30 a 9 30 . Bible school 10 30 . Morning worship 2 . Northwest Iowa Church of Christ 5th sunday youth rally will be held. Guest speaker will he or. Roy Cece and special music by the messenger s quartet 6 30 . Youth meeting 7 30 . Evening worship monday through Friday 4 5 . Youth meeting for 4th through 6th grades 6 30 . Youth meeting Foi 7th grades up through High school 7 30p.m. Evangelistic hour wednesday 7 30 . Special concert presented by Central College of the Bible from Moberly to. Saturday 1 05 . Our bread of life radio program can be heard Over Che. Miss Cook weds Dennis Braun a the marriage of miss Charlotte Cook and Jennin Braun Bxs a place feb. 15 afternoon in immaculate Conception Church Fie re with father Robert f louche by officiating the double ring service parents of the couple an or. Ami mrs. Robert Cook of Cherokee and or. And mrs Franz Braun Remsen reception for 150 guests followed in the Church Hall. After a wedding trip to Southern states the couple is at Horn on a farm near Remsen. Berk photo a soldiers thoughts hours before spec. 4 Joel Miller 19, Primghar was killed in Vietnam the defense department has announced. Miller died March 14 in an attack by enem it troops Northwest of Saigon. A 1967 graduate of Primghar Community school lie had been in Vietnam about three months. He was the son of or. And mrs. George Miller of Primghar. In addition to his parents Joel is survived by a sister Christa and two Brothers Kerry and Kenny All at Home. Last saturday the Day the Soldier s death was announced miss Mary i. Hanson of 515 West Cherry in Cherokee received a poem from Joel with whom she had been corresponding. Miller worked at mfg. To. Before entering service lie would have been 20 years old wednesday. A Soldier s thoughts i fight each Day in filth and mud. I be Alread seen my share of blood. This is the life i have to live and wily my soul to Hie Devil i rive. You done to know what it s like out Here. You have parties and drink your Beer. You have a bail without even trying while we Over Liere Are rapidly dying you use your drugs and have your fun and then refuse to use a gun. There s nothing else for you to do and pm supposed to die for you. There is one thing that you Don t know and that s where i think you should go. I m already Here and it s too late. I be already traded my love for Hale. Pm hate you till the Day i die for you made me hear my buddy cry. I saw his so bloody shred. I heard them a Quot this Man is it s a Large Price to pay not to live one More Day. He had the guts to fight and die he paid Hie Price but what did he buy by his dying your life lie buys but who gives a Damn when a Soldier Dies his wife does his parents and his son and daughter but they re about the Only ones. In j a decl mass Patricia Miller or. And mrs. Lee m. Miller announce the engagement and forthcoming marriage of their daughter Patricia to of. Braxton Hendon Thomason Iii of fort Polk. La., mid of or. And mrs. Braxton la. I Quot Horn ase of of Webster Tex. Miss Miller a graduate of Wayne state neb., leaches at a Lear Crook school at Webster no wedding Date Boon set. Sals Tiery photo miss Barnett married by is Jii miss Linda Gries Larrabee mrs. Mildred cries of Larrabee announces Hie engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter Linda to Gilbert Webb jr., son of or. And mrs. Gilbert Webb of Cherokee. The Bride elect attends Wayne state College neb., and her Fiance is attending West mar College. An August wedding is planned. Clerk photo deaths <2=s Raymond Nelson a Raymond Nelson the second son of Charles and Sena Nelson was born May 22, 1902 on a farm in the Good Hope area and died unexpectedly March 5, 1969 at his Aurelia Home at the age of 66. Attending the Aurelia schools he graduated with the class of 1920, he was United in marriage at Odebolt to Fred the Venin in 1938. The couple lived on a farm until retiring to their present Home six years ago. A member of first methodist Church at Aurelia he was Active in Church affairs working with youth of the Community and supp rung their projects and was a member of Aurelia kiwanis club. For More than 30 years he had been clerk for Pitcher township he is survived by his wife Freda a son Dale Peterson and wife Charlene and their children Hurt and Holly one brother George Nelson of Aurelia two Sisters miss Geneva Nelson of Ann Arbor mich., and mrs. Herbert Esther Adams Downers Grove ii also three nephews and two nieces. Funeral services were held March 8 from int ted methodist Church at Aurelia with Rev. Jack Speer officiating. Vocalist mrs. Murlan Haight Sang Quot abide with me Quot and Quot i it Ead kindly Light accompanied by mrs. Dean will organist. Burial under direction of Wharton funeral Home was in pleasant Hill Emetero. Pallbearers were Gerald Hahn Joh Hartwig Harold Brownmiller jr., Herb Rasmussen Eldon Fordyce and Evan Jos i in. Howard g. Fee Howard g. Fee 75, died suddenly at 8 30 . Sunday at his Home 728 West Bluff from heart failure. A former Farmer in Rock township he had lived in Cherokee since 1961. Born oct. 19, 1893 in Cherokee township he was married in Diamond township to Lucy Steward on March 28, 1918. He was a member of memorial presbyterian Church kiwanis club Cherokee county historical society a 50-year member of farm Bureau speculative i Edge no. 307 of amp am Sioux City consistory and Abubekr shrine. He was also Active in civic affairs. Jair Alvors include his wife Lucy Cherokee two daughters mrs. Dale Helen Vorbrich of Iowa City mrs. Robert Joan Fox Cherokee three grandchildren. Two Brothers Jametry. Fee of Quimby and Gilman Cherokee also survive. Preceding him in Denaui were his parents also a son Thomas h. Fee jr., in 1958. Funeral services were at 2 . Wednesday from memorial presbyterian Church. Rev. A. E. Goldhorn officiated and burial was in Oak Hill cemetery. Masonic xxi be members attended 7 30 . Masonic rite for the deceased on tuesday. Archie l. Dance Paullina Archie l. Dance 64, of Paullina died saturday. He was born sept. 26, 1904 in Missouri and was married to Frieda Strampe on oct. 7, 1929 at South Sioux City neb. A Barber at Paullina for 40 years he was a 1926 graduate of Fargo n. D., Barber College. Surviving Are his wife Freida a son Merlin dance of Whiting la., a daughter mrs. Walter Banks of Minneapolis four grandchildren. A sister miss Nellie dance of Bismarck n. D., also survive. Funeral services were at la . Tuesday at Paullina Zion lutheran Church with Rev. Melvin thur officiating. Gaudian funeral Home was in charge of interment in Prairie View cemetery. Mrs. Ray Davidson the marriage of miss Mary Katherine Barnett and Ray Davidson took place on feb. 7 in an evening a ceremony officiated at dui ant okla., by Rev. Wayne Estus. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. Glenn w. Barnett of Cherokee. Or. And mrs. Russel Davidson of Ames Are parents of the Groom. Mrs. Davidson a 1965 graduate of Washington High school Here is also a graduate of Burnell school of hairstyling in Ames. She is presently employed at Rhudy s Beauty Salon in Sherman Tex., where the couple lives at 804 s. Travis Street after a Short wedding trip. Her husband a graduate of Ames High school who attended University of Michigan has served two years in the u. A Navy and is now employed by Texas instruments at Sherman. Mrs. Laura Ritts Washta a mrs. Laura Kitts 90, died at 9 55 . Saturday at Sunset Knoll Aurelia after a Long illness. A lifelong resident of Washta she was born May 19, 1878 at Washta. She was married at Cherokee to Thomas hitts on aug. 17, 1916. He preceded her in death on july 9, 1960, other precedents in death were five Sisters and one brother. Mrs. Kitts was a charter member of Washta methodist Church. Survivors Are one son Thomas c. Ritts of wast a one grandson Alyn t. Ritts also of Washta two great grandchildren. A sister mrs. Geneva Huffman of Lake Preston s. a and several nieces and nephews also survive. Funeral services were at 2 . Tuesday from Washta methodist Church with Rev. Melvin Beth officiating. Burial was in Washta cemetery. Boothby funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. Earl l. Shorty Gregg Earl Gregg 70, died at 5 30 . Sunday in Cherokee after a two year illness. Having lived in c Cherokee the past 38 years his Home was at 636 Park. Born nov. 3, 1898 at Joplin mo., he was married to Bracic Good on sept 30, 1920 at Spencer. A Veteran of world War i he was a member of fir St Church of c Christ and was a 50-year Mem Ber of american legion Trep Tow Post no. 230. He is survived by his wife Doracie two sons Jim Gregg Cherokee and John Correctionville two daughters mrs. La. O. Lottie Edwards also of Correctionville and mrs. A. Phoebe Cabrices Milwaukee wis. 14 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. One brother Robert Gregg of River Bay minn., and four Sisters mrs. Goldie Fetter of Albany ore., mrs. Muriel Replogle of Stockport la mrs. Cordelia Miller Everly and mrs. Marian Gibson Park Falls wis also survive. Preceding him in death were his parents and one daughter Merrlyn Rappe who died july 27, 1967 and one sister. Funeral services were at 2 . Wednesday at first Church of Christ with minister Phil Gardner officiating. Burial under the direction of Boothby funeral Home was to be in Cherokee memory gardens. Hospital notes miss Frances Day funeral services for miss Frances Day 75, a former Sioux City resident 1915-1958, who died Friday in c Cherokee following a Long illness were held at 2 . Monday at Greenwood funeral Chapel Here with father Robert Macfarlane of St. Stephen s Catholic Church at Silencer officiating. Burial was in be Mars cemetery. Miss a born in Cherokee county on aug. 7, 1893. Having taken nurse s training at Good Samaritan Hospital she was a licensed practical nurse and a beautician for 30 years at Sioux City moving Back to Cherokee in 1958. She is survived by two Sisters mrs. Jeanni Crabb of Remsen and mrs. C. Hodgson of Ontario Calif. Also six nephews and a Niece. Fred t. Kotec be Fred t. Kotecke 74, passed away Friday at 7 30 . In Cherokee after a months illness. His Home was at 324 s. 10th St. And he had been a resident of Cherokee since 1939, prior to this he had lived in Sioux Falls s. He was born february 16, 1895 in Chicago 111. He was married to Tillie Levenhagen on july 17, 1918 at fort Dodge Iowa she preceded him in death on december 14, 1964, also he was preceded in death by one brother and one sister. He was a member of the Bethlehem lutheran Church Sioux Falls masonic Lodge Al Riad shrine of Sioux Falls the brotherhood of locomotive fireman and engineers. He retired As an Engineer from the Illinois Central Railroad in 1961. He is survived by one daughter mrs. Audrey Maxine Clark of Council Bluffs Iowa and three grandchildren. Services were held monday March 24, at la . From the Boothby funeral Home. Rev. Walter e. Lack officiated and interment was in Oak Hill cemetery. Pm Garden club in Buller Home Tho grand Meadow Garden club tuesday March la in Tho Home of mrs Bruce Rutter with mrs. Lloyd Nairn As co hostess. Mrs. Rex k11 n g e i the president of tin meeting with a Xiem on Spring. Roll Call was answered by 14 members giving the common and la it Tan local name of Plant. An interesting Garden quiz was planned by Helen Andersen. Miscellaneous Garden talks were Given by mrs. Eldred Beeghly on varieties of lettuce. Mrs. Carl Byerly on shrubs. Mrs. Rollert Irwin it it a roses and mrs. Gunnard Carlson on Ginkgo Trees. The meeting adjourned and lunch was serval by the hostesses. Service new it. Eustis. A. A Captain Grant o. Nelson 26, son of or. And mrs. Lowell r. Nelson 106 South Ash Marcus completed the transmutation officer advanced course at the transportation school it. Eustis va., feb. 7. During the 30-week course he was trained for command and staff duties at battalion through brigade Levels in both divisional and no divisional units. In s. Army Viet Nam a Lance c. Shafer 21, son of mrs. Nina Hopkins 465 Fairview ave., Arcadia cailf., was promoted to specialist four Jan. 30, while serving As a Mechanic with the 4th infantry division near Plesku Vietnam. His wife Rose lives at 217 w. Willow St., Paullina and his father Ralph a Shafer lives on route i Cleghorn. It. Carson Colo. A Larry e. Volkert 22, son of or. And mrs. Lawrence j. Volkert. Route 2, Holstein was promoted to specialist four feb. 25 at it. Carson Colo., where he is assigned to company a 2nd battalion of the 69th infantry brigades 133rd infantry As a Rifleman. March 19 births or and mrs. Michael Suhr Marcus a boy admittance James Thomson Cleghorn Earl Gregg Cherokee Melvin Green Quimby Althea Eyer Paullina mrs. Arnold Faber Cherokee dismissals Stacy Beeson Anthon mrs Leslie Fischer Calumet mrs. Roy Grause Cherokee Mildred Fuhrman Cherokee mrs Emma Riksen Cherokee George Rombalski Cherokee March 20 births or. And mrs. Allen Converse Paullina a girl March 20 admittance mrs. C Harles Pfalzgraf Cherokee Bruce Brasser c Cherokee Cindy Libke Pierson dismissals Harry mum met c Cherokee mrs. Russell c Arver Cherokee mrs. Justus Miller Cherokee James r. Thomson Cleghorn William d. King Quimby Joseph Galvin Cleghorn Garland Hickey Aurelia Mauch 21 admittance mrs. Clarence Alquist Cherokee Robert Sorensen Holstein Fred Ritter Cherokee mrs. Robert Dunn Cherokee Kelly Schmidt Cherokee Michael Jacobson Cherokee Alice Edwards Cherokee mrs. Evert Wahlstrom Cherokee mrs. Albert sheber Cushing dismissals Kelly Schmidt Cherokee mrs. Gary Olsen and son Cherokee mrs. Stella Sholly Marcus mrs. John Odle Cherokee mrs. Elvirs Lundell Cherokee Howard Zimmerman Quimby mrs. Henry Anderson Galva Fred Ritter Cherokee Bruce Brasser c Cherokee March 22 admissions mrs. Ellen Waldron Cherokee mrs. By Delaney Marcus Claude Young Cherokee mrs. Harold Speers Aurelia Vincent Sholly Cherokee dismissals Egbert Der Sloot Cleghorn Robert Sorensen Holstein Lindy Libke Pierson mrs. Clarence Alquist Cherokee Russell Woodard c Cherokee mrs. Hager Cook Pierson Julie Ann Tenkley c Cherokee mrs. Rhinehart Grieme Galva Emery Sindt Holstein March 23 admittance Frank Gill Meriden Linus Huntress Peterson mrs. Gertude Fletcher Cherokee Arthur Rice red Oak la. Mrs. Carlyle Peterson Marcus Ronald Hagenbucher Paullina mrs. Howard Lucy fee Cherokee dismissals George Gibson Meriden mrs. Evert Wahlstrom Cherokee mrs. Allan Converse and daughter Paullina mrs. Michael Suhr and son Marcus Elmer Cipperley Washta mrs. Myrtle Reeder Cherokee March 24 admittance Raymond Hasenwinkel Aurelia mrs. Gladwin Braunschweig Peterson mrs. Harlan Ruble Cherokee Reinhold Wolff Cherokee mrs. James Anderson Holstein mrs. Elsie Koch Paullina George w in land Aurelia dismissals Michael Jacobsen Cherokee mrs. Charles Pfalzgraf c Cherokee Kelly Schmidt Cherokee Alice Edward Cherokee mrs. Arnold Faber Cherokee mrs. Albert Shever t ushing mrs. Howard Lee Cherokee Harold Pridemore Quimby Melvin Green Quimby mrs. Howard fee Cherokee March 25 admittance Annie Farr Cherokee David Anderson Cherokee Herman Wrede Alta Robert Parrott Aurelia Rebecca Bant Barger Meriden Thomas Strackbein Correctionville mrs. Howard Rohlk Holstein Chad Elkin Cherokee mar Lyn Anderson Gilmore City de loss i poor Cherokee dismissals mrs. Henry Friedrich Marcus mrs. Robert Tentinger leghorn mrs. Josie Anderson Peterson March 26 dismissals mrs. Gladwin Braunschweig Peterson birthdays the March 13th Issue of the Adair news marked the beginning of its 88th consecutive year of publication for the news paper. This week the Waverly Iii dependent is beginning its 114th year. Wow

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