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Eau Claire Leader Telegram (Newspaper) - December 13, 1982, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Page 4aleader Telegram monday dec. 13. 1982 of in ilk s Charlotte Goodlie Charlotte r. Goodner 86, formerly of 1019 s. Farwell St., died Friday at sacred heart Hospital. She had lived at my. Syverson lutheran Home the past four years. Charlotte Stubenvoll was born in Tigerton and married Herbert Ritchie in new London in 1921. After his death she married Joseph Goodner in Shawano in 1941. She taught school in new London Shawano and the eau Claire area. She had a close relationship with the Menomonie Indian tribe having collected tribal artefacts that Are part of the the University of Wisconsin eau Claire collection. Survivors include a daughter mrs. Robert massing Camton Texas a brother Kurt Stubenvoll eau Claire who died saturday a sister Dorthea Gabrielson eau Claire and two grandsons. Services will be at la . Tuesday at Grace lutheran Church with burial in new London. Friends May Call from 4 to 8 . Today at Stokes and sons funeral Chapel. Julia Johnson Julia a. Johnson 92, formerly of the town of Seymour died sunday at eau Claire Manor. Julia Christenson was born in eau Claire where she married Arthur h. Johnson oct. 2, 1905. Survivors include a son Glen eau Claire five daughters Mildred Redman Phyllis Weiss both of eau Claire Dorothy Knitter Boyd Lucille Foster South Milwaukee Jane Peterson Bloomer and 35 grandchildren 91 great grandchildren and 25 great great grandchildren. Services will be at 1 30 . Wednesday at Hope lutheran Church with burial in lutheran cemetery. Friends May Call from 4 to 8 . Tuesday and until la . Wednesday at Len Mark Gomsrud funeral Home and an hour before services at the Church. Hilda Geraets Elmwood a Hilda Geraets 82, died saturday at heritage nursing Home. Hilda Grellinger was born in Rozellville and was married to Theodore Geraets. They Farmed in the Elmwood area from 1919 to 1963 when she moved to Elmwood. Survivors include eight sons Lawrence Joseph Henry All of Elmwood Francis Racine Theodore Milwaukee the Rev. Harold Santa Cruz Bolivia Abbot David Pecos n.m., Gary Solvang Calif. Six daughters Johanna Helmueller Durand Sisters Evelyn and Annette Geraets eau Claire Marie Zittel Menomonie Gertrude Geraets Hanover ind., Lillian Bicknell it. Clemens Mich a brother Nick Grellinger Racine a sister Mary Weiser Odin Kan. And grandchildren and great grandchildren. Services will be at 10 30 am. Tuesday at sacred heart Catholic Church with burial in farm Hill cemetery. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Today at Rhiel funeral Home Elmwood where a prayer service will be held at 8 . Kurt Stubenvoll Kurt h. Stubenvoll 82, 600 Graham ave., died saturday at m b. Syverson Home where he lived the past few months. He was born in Oakwood and married Madge de Lacey sept. 20, 1917, at Waukesha. He was chief chemist at Gillette rubber co. From 1917 to 1932 and chief product control manager at . Rubber co. From 1932 to 1953. He then was transferred to Detroit where he worked As technical director of the . Rubber tire division. After retirement the couple moved Back to eau Claire in 1966. He organized Hillcrest Golf club and served As its president three years was a past eau Claire rotary club president past president of the eau Claire rubber forum life member of the salvation army advisory Board past president of the Community Chest and president of the eau Claire county Republican party 16 years. Survivors include his wife a sister Dorothy Gabrielson eau Claire and several nieces and nephews. Services will be at la . Wednesday at Christ Church Cathedral with burial in Lake View cemetery. Friends May Call from 4 to 8 . Tuesday at Fuller funeral Home where Sanctuary Lodge 347 f4am will conduct masonic memorial rites at 8 . Memorials May be Given to the doners Choice. Bertha Poirier Bloomer Bertha a. Poirier 88, of Bloomer died today at Bloomer skilled nursing facility. The former Bertha Kelm was born in 1893 in Chippewa Falls and married Zera Poirier in Chippewa Falls in 1913. Survivors include a son Melbert Cherokee Village Ark. Three daughters Beatrice Cloutier Chippewa Falls Sylvia Fehr Bernice Marek both of Bloomer two Brothers Walter Kelm Herbert Kelm both of Bloomer a sister Frieda Henning Milwaukee and 13 grandchildren and 24 great grandchildren services will be at la . Wednesday at St. Johns lutheran Church Bloomer with burial in Bloomer City cemetery. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Tuesday at Olson funeral Home Bloomer and one hour before services at the Church. Donald Weaver Donald t. Weaver 69, 2320 Rudolph Road died saturday at sacred heart Hospital. He was born in Tomah and married Mildred Holt in Menomonie in 1934. He lived most of his life in Weston where he attended school. He lived in eau Claire since 1934, and worked for uniroyal 31 years retiring in 1969. Survivors include his wife two sons David St. Paul Minn., Thomas Plymouth two daughters Kathleen s. Dann Arden Hills Minn., Linda l. Berdami eau Claire his Mother Grace Weaver Augusta three Sisters Helen Schultz Durand Genevieve Biersdorf Milwaukee Maxine Walker Altoona and seven grandchildren. Services will be at la . Tuesday at Trinity lutheran Church with burial in rest Haven gardens cemetery town of Washington. Friends May Call from 4 to 8 . Today at Fuller Funer Home and one hour before services at the Church. Phyllis Neis Mondovi a Phyllis Neis 60, died Friday at the Buffalo memorial Hospital Mondovi. Phyllis Ellenberger was born in Rural Mondovi and lived in that area All her life. She married Virgil Neis in 1942 in Alma. She worked As a medical receptionist at the Community medical group in Mondovi. Survivors include her husband two daughters Patricia Bursaw Penny Schultz both of Mondovi two Sisters Leannah Neu Kom Myrtle serum both of Mondovi and five grandchildren services will be at 1 30 . Tuesday at St. Paul lutheran Church Modena with burial in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call after 3 . Today and until 10 30 . Tomorrow at Kjentvet and sons funeral Home Mondovi and from noon until services at the Church. Albert Stalheim Black River Falls a Albert m. Stalheim 83, Rural Taylor died saturday at Black River Falls memorial Hospital. He was born in Pigeon Falls and married Martha Koxlien near Taylor in 1923. He Farmed in the Taylor area Many years. Survivors include his wife three daughters meryl Mcbride Everett wash., Alice Hulett Taylor Ethel Jaarsma Pella Iowa a brother Ernest Strum a sister Alma Briggs Brownsville Texas and 12 grandchildren and ten great grandchildren. Services will be at 1 30 tuesday at Taylor lutheran Church with burial in Curran Valley cemetery Rural Taylor. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Today at Jensen funeral Home Hixton and one hour before services at the Church. Sarah Best Woodville Sarah e. Best 95, died Friday at Park View nursing Home Woodville. Sarah Fisher was born in Downing where she married Wallace Best in 1909. She lived most of her life in the Downing area except Between 1949 and 1969 when she lived in Milwaukee. She had been a nursing Home resident the past eight years. Survivors include two sons Donald Milwaukee Dwight West Allis and 25 grandchildren. 30 great grandchildren and two great great grandchildren. Services will be at la . Tuesday at Everts funeral Home Glenwood City with Spring burial in Mound cemetery Downing. Friends May Call from 7 to 9 . Today and before services tuesday at the funeral Home. Edna Nyhus Holcombe a Edna l. Nyhus of route 2 Holcombe died today at Rusk county memorial Hospital Ladysmith. The former Edna Frazer was born in the town of Eagle Foint in Chippewa county. She married Rowland Nyhus in 1941 in Chippewa Falls where they lived until moving to Lake Holcomb in 1975. Survivors include her husband two sons Curtis Timothy both of Chippewa Falls two daughters Marcia Caven Brule Sally Nyhus West St. Paul Minn. Two Sisters Susan Nelson Dorothy Hutchinson both of Jim Falls and five grandchildren. Services will be wednesday at i . At Central lutheran Church with burial in Forest Hill cemetery both in Chippewa Falls. Friends May Call from 4 to 9 . Tuesday and until noon wednesday at Pederson Volker funeral Chapel Chippewa Falls and at the Church one hour before services. Russell Acheson services were in Neillsville today for Russell w. Acheson 76, of 2120 Heights drive who died Friday at eau Claire Manor. He was born near Appleton and Farmed in the Neillsville area until 1960, when he moved to eau Claire. Survivors include a brother Donald j. Acheson Neillsville two Sisters Neta g. Haack Milwaukee Hazel Naedler Neillsville and several nieces and nephews. Burial is in Neillsville City cemetery. Marie Hollister Trade barriers against shoes to be investigated obey says Washington a an investigation into possible Trade barriers by Japan Korea Taiwan and Brazil to keep american shoe exports out of their markets will be done by the american Trade representative . Rep. David obey said Friday. Quot this is a Good beginning a obey said. He and 150 other members of Congress urged such action in a sept. 30 letter to the Trade representative ambassador William e. Brock. Brock will also gather facts about allegedly unfair shoe trading practices in France Italy Spain the United kingdom arid other european countries obey said. This May produce further investigations. Imported shoes now take Over 60 percent of the american Market compared with less than 50 percent 18 months ago obey said. Obey claimed the Domestic Market is being flooded with shoes subsidized by foreign governments in violation of Trade agreements. At the same time obey said american exports Are Quot being Frozen out of foreign markets with tariffs and other barriers that Are also in violation of Trade _ police seek robber eau Claire police today Are looking for a Man who held up a service station sunday morning and escaped with about $208. Police were called at 7 27 . To rays Skelly 102 ferry St. The Lone attendant told police a Man wearing a hooded jacket and ski mask had entered the station. The robber kept his right hand in his coat pocket. He held out a Brown paper bag to the attendant and told him to fill it. The attendant took the Money from the Cash Register and put in it the bag. The robber grabbed the bag and fled the station. He was last seen running in a southerly direction. The attendant told police that he never saw a weapon a Only the Many a hand in his coat pocket. The robber was about five feet la inches tall. He was wearing a dark Blue Parka with a fur trimmed Hood. Used to s who 0" also stereos Stolp radio a television 724 mom St eau Clair Cray applies to offer Stock Minneapolis Cray research inc. Board of directors has authorized the filing of a registration statement with the securities and Exchange commission for a Public offering of 750,000 shares of common Stock. The offering will be made through underwriters and Only by Means of prospectus. Cray research is engaged in the design development and manufacture of Large scale scientific computers and the marketing and support of such systems. Crays development and manufacturing facilities Are in Chippewa Falls where More than 400 people Are employed. Fremont neb. A Marie Hollister 71, died Friday in Fremont neb. She married Ralph Hollister and they lived in Chippewa Falls for Many years. Seven years ago they moved from Chippewa Falls to Illinois and Minnesota and then retired in Fremont. Services were today in Fremont with burial in a Fremont cemetery. Dora Postle Susie Shultz Arvey Lund Cameron a services were today in Cameron for Arvey Lund 88, who died thursday at Barron memorial medical Center. He was born in Northland and grew up in the Cameron area. He married Myrtle Hegna in Duluth in 1920 and lived in the Cameron and Barron area for Many years. He worked for Falk hardware in Barron and later operated a Dairy farm in Stanley. Survivors include a daughter Lor Ayne Wiesner Cameron and two grandchildren and one great grandchild. Burial was in Faaberg cemetery Cameron. Helen Fansler Boyceville Helen j. Fansler 83, 411 John St., died saturday at sacred heart Hospital eau Claire. Helen Larson was born in Downing and married Harold Fansler june 26, 1922, in Minneapolis. Survivors include her husband a daughter Sandra Kovach Sidney neb. Four grandchildren and one great grandchild. Services will be at 3 . Tuesday at Trinity lutheran Church Boyceville with Spring burial in Mound cemetery Downing. Friends May Call from 6 to 9 . Today at Everts funeral Home Glenwood City and one hour before services tuesday at the Church. Madison a services were today in Rice Lake for Susie f. Shultz 94, formerly of Long Lake who died wednesday in Madison. Susie Coleman was born in seven mile Creek township and married Calvin Shultz in Long Lake in 1909. They Farmed in the town of Long Lake retiring to Madison in 1940. Survivors include three sons Howard Darrell both of Phoenix ariz., Levi Rice Lake two daughters Dorothy Roatch Leona Ophine both of Madison three Sisters Ada Nieman Ella Coleman Nellie Soholt All of Rice Lake and 30 grandchildren 40 great grandchildren and one great great grandchild. Burial was in Long Lake cemetery. Theresa Simon Stanley a services were today in Stanley for Theresa a a racy Simon 80, who died saturday at Victory memorial Hospital Stanley. Theresa Bauer was born and reared in Rural Durand. She married Anton Simon in the town of Lima Repin county in 1925. They moved to the town of Edson Rural Stanley in 1928, where they lived and Farmed until 1969 when she moved to Stanley. Survivors include two Sisters Gertrude Boigenzahn Durand Mary Becker Mondovi and several nieces and nephews. Burial was in St. Mary a Church cemetery Stanley. Bloomer a Dora d. Postle 78, 1732 Grove St., died sunday at Bloomer memorial Hospital. Dora Fehr was born in the town of Auburn Chippewa county and married William Weiher in october 1926, in Bloomer. After the death of her first husband she married John Postle in june 1954, in Pine City Minn. Survivors include her husband two sons William Weiher Lake Nab Agmon Richard Weiher Hudson two daughters Darlene Downey Bloomer Donna Clemons Sussex two Sisters Amy Schulze Bloomer Fern Fehr Milwaukee to grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be at 2 . Wednesday at St. Johns lutheran Church Bloomer with burial in Bloomer City cemetery. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Tuesday and before noon wednesday at Driscoll funeral Home Bloomer and one hour before services at the Church. Merlin Mathson Black River Falls a Merlin c. Mathson 82, died saturday at Black River memorial Hospital. He was born in the town of North Bend Jackson county and was an air Force Veteran of world War ii. He Farmed in the Spring Creek area. Survivors include a sister Vila Wood la Grange 111., and several nieces and nephews. Services will be 1 30 . Tuesday at Torgerson s funeral Chapel with burial in Riverside cemetery both in Black River Falls. Friends May Call from 4 . To 9 . Today at the funeral Chapel where there will be a veterans of foreign wars service at 8 . Correction fridays obituary of Elmer Hestekin 87, of 603 Franklin St., did not list marriage information regarding his first wife. He married Josephine engum june 12, 1916, in Trempealeau county. After her death he married Hazel a. Klebig july 2, 1963, in Stillwater Minn. Myrtle Fayerweather Pepin a Myrtle Fayerweather 84, died Friday at the Pepin Manor care Center. Myrtle Caniff was born in Plum City and married Chauncy Fayerweather in 1916 in red Wing Minn. They lived in Pepin until 1922, when they moved to land to lakes. They returned to Pepin in 1932 and to St. Paul in 1956. They returned to Pepin once again in 1960. She had been a resident of the nursing Home for the past three years. Survivors include a son Loren Cadott a brother Richard Caniff san Jose Calif. Three Sisters Ethel Smith Vasa Minn., Florence rude red Wing Minn., Marion Mansfield Glen Ellyn 111. Six grandchildren and eight great grandchildren. Services will be tuesday at la . At Pepin United methodist Church with burial in Oakwood cemetery cemetery Pepin. Friends May Call at Goodrich funeral Home Durand from 7 to 9 . Today and one hour before services at the Church. Correction the of the widow was misspelled in saturdays obituary for Emil Frich 63, Glenwood City who died thursday at Myrtle Werth medical Center Menomonie. Frick married Ida Suckow feb. 27, 1946, in Forest. That All shall be provided with a respectable Christian burial regardless of their Means. George Fuller owner Fuller funeral Home 3209 Rudolph Road Tau Claire win phone 832 5002 Corner Rudolph re amp Hamilton ave i do you have nerve deafness a Brand new hearing Aid fitted to your loss. Call us for an appointment in our Otico or in your Homo we service and repair All makes better hearing aids of Eom Clair 2430 London Road eau Claire across from Ponderosa Steak House phone 832-5650 or 835-5669 Randall focus on value. Color reprints from negatives 21 North 10w. Madison eau Claire 834-2731 offer Good thru sat., dec. 18, 1982 South London Road eau Claire 834-2081

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