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Eau Claire Leader Telegram (Newspaper) - February 2, 1983, Eau Claire, Wisconsin Page 4aleader Telegram wednesday feb. 2. 1983 obituaries John Matchey Independence a John p. Matchey. 84, died monday at tri county memorial nursing Home Whitehall. He was born in the town of Hale Trempealeau county and married Verna Roskos in 1923 in Independence. They Farmed in the town of Hale until they retired in 1969 survivors include his wife three sons. Bernard Richard both of Whitehall Edward Independence three daughters Marian Sosalla. Blair Eleanore Bohlinger Whitehall Darlene Sura Kenosha and 31 grandchildren and 17 great grandchildren. Services will be at la . Friday at its. Peter and Paul Catholic Church Independence with burial in the Church cemetery. Friends May Call after 3 . Thursday at Kern funeral Home Independence. There will be a prayer service at 7 30 . And a Rosary at 8 . Thursday at the funeral Home. Nels Bernston Taylor a Nels o. Berntson 90, Taylor died monday at the grand View Home Blair. He was born in the town of Springfield Jackson county and worked As a custodian at Taylor lutheran Church. He was As custodian of Taylor High school for 16 years. He married Emma Amundson in Taylor in 1911. Survivors include two daughters Elmira Johnson Taylor Norma Bringle Westerville Iowa and three grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Services will be at 1 30 . Friday at Taylor lutheran Church with burial in Trempealeau Valley lutheran Church cemetery Southwest of Taylor. Friends May Call from 4 to 9 . Thursday at Jensen funeral Home Hixton and an hour before services at the Church. Milton Zenner Chippewa Falls a Milton m. Zenner 65, of 212 w. Willow St., died today at St. Josephus Hospital Chippewa Falls. He was born in the town of Tilden Chippewa county and married Alvera Boos Jan. La 1938, in Chippewa Falls. He was a lifetime resident of the area and was a butter maker for 18 years at Falls Dairy in Jim Falls. Survivors include his wife a son Richard Waterloo Iowa a daughter Patricia Radke Chippewa Falls a sister Rosemary Hilson eau Claire and seven grandchildren and one great grandchild. Friends May Call from 4 to 9 pm. Friday at Horan funeral Home Chippewa Falls where a Rosary will be said at 8 . Frank Chrz Cadott a Frank Chrz 76, of it. 2 Cadott town of Goetz died today at St. Josephus Hospital Chippewa Falls. He was born in Austin Minn., and grew up and attended school in Myrtle Minn. In 1924 he and his family moved to the town of Goetz where he Farmed All his life. Survivors include several cousins. Services will be at 1 30 . Saturday at Leiser funeral Home Cadott with Spring burial in Bohemian cemetery Cadott. Friends May Call from 3 to 9 . Friday at the funeral Home and saturday before services. Stanley Gibson eau Galle a Stanley b. Gibson 74, died monday at Luther Hospital eau Claire. He was born in eau Claire and married Edith sly on May 14, 1941, in Menomonie. They Farmed in the town of eau Galle and he served on the town Board. Survivors include his wife four sons Marvin Elmwood William eau Galle David Durand Kenneth Menomonie three daughters Lavon Fedie Durand Lois Martin White Bear Lake Minn., Marlys Drebenstedt Bloomington Minn. A sister Grace de Long Maiden Rock a half brother Galen Schlief Okeechobee Fla. And 20 grandchildren and three great grandchildren. Services will be at la . Thursday at eau Galle methodist Church with burial in Clearview cemetery eau Galle. Friends my Call from 3 to 9 . Today at Rhiel funeral Home Durand and an hour before services at the Church. Fire chief reports Low fire loss january a fire loss estimated at $5,000, is one of the lowest recorded in eau Claire in Many years reported fire chief Ken Mikesell. The department answered Calls to 18 fires last month. The loss is about $60,000 less than in january 1982. There were 13 fires in structures two outside of buildings one motor vehicle and two for refuse fires. The department answered 166 other Calls during the month including 123 emergency ambulance Calls three rescues nine for hazardous conditions five services 12 Good intent Calls and 14 false Calls. News briefs elected a Cynthia m. Mortt eau Claire a Junior accounting major at University of w Wisconsin a a u Claire has been elected 1983 president of Zeta Omicron chapter of Beta Alpha Psi National honorary accounting fraternity and of the student accounting society. Completes course a Deanne Anglum 1304 Perry St., Chippewa Falls has completed the executive secretarial certificate program conducted through the University of Wisconsin management Institute Madison. She works at St. Josephus Hospital Chippewa Falls. Secretary certified a Linda Jackson 3716 Maywood drive eau Claire has completed the executive secretarial certificate program conducted by the University of Wisconsin Extension program. Jackson works for Pope and Talbot inc., eau Claire. Whitehall student honoured a Tammy Kin Ning of route 4, Osseo has been selected As the state representative to the National Institute on cooperative education which will be held this summer at the University of Ohio. She is the daughter of Ivan and Sonja Kinning and a Whitehall High school senior. Benty recant marriage licenses at Chippewa Falls Richard f. Pagenkopf 24, Jacqueline m. Pulaski 27, both of Cadott. At Menomonie Evan a Hill 53, Wheeler and Jane m. Swearingen 53, Kewaunee 111. At Black River Falls Cheryl Ann Zinner 21, Jerry j. Maney 23, both of Melrose. Donna a Stoneberg 29, Scott a. Miller 25, both of town of Manchester. Births at Luther Hospital Thomas and Christine Borneman Chippewa Falls daughter Danielle Marie Jan. 25. James and Maria de Smith. 320 it Platt St., daughter Felicia Marie Jan. 26. Pamela Faanes 2330vi Starr ave., son Jason Richard Cornele Jan. 26. Janet Placek 4 0 5 i Hobart St., daughter Jessica to Jan. 23. Anton and Kathleen Weiss Durand son Marc Allen Jan. 27. James and Kari Fischer Osseo son Andrew James Jan. 27. Teresa and Lloyd Schofield. Mondovi son Brent Ronald Jan. 22. Robert and Cynthia Mosely 6449 Surrey Lane Altoona daughter Amanda Jean Jan. 29. Linda and Rodney a. Wiemeri Barron son David Allan Jan. 29. Rooney and Debbie Rogge Bloomer daughter Kayla Rene Jan. 27. William and Marjorie Frankenberger 1626 14th St., daughter Kristi Ann Jan. 28. Susan and Keith d. Carey 1501 Nicholas drive son Nicholas Gordon Jan. 30. Out of town births Rita Ladd and Patrick Connett eau Claire Triplet daughters born in Madison Sara Jean Nicole sue Rebecca Lynn Jan. 27. At Chippewa Falls Angela Olejniczak 4200 Robin Road daughter Danielle Marie Jan. 23. Sally and Dennis d. Miller Chippewa Falls son Joseph Edward Jan 27. At Durand or. And mrs. James e. West Durand daughter Tanya Lynn Jan. 18. Or. And res. Roger d. Sabelko Nelson son Scott Joseph Jan. 20. Or. And mrs. Bruce a Patnode Arkansaw daughter Jan. 26. Or. And mrs. John j. Weber Arkansaw son Thomas John Jan. 27. At sacred heart James and Marcia Knorn Chippewa Falls daughter Keri Lea Jan. 24. Out of town Roxi and de Rankin Hudson son Peter Francis Jan. 24. Grandparents Are Roy and Bev Rankin of eau Claire and Agnes Laronge of Hayward. Annulments at Chippewa Falls Jerilyn m. Ramseier 24 route 8, Chippewa Falls from Douglas a. Ramseier 25, route 4, Chippewa Falls. Deaths Groenewold Lois 52, Cincinnati died tuesday at her Home. Lois Glenz was formerly of eau Claire. Graveside services will be at Forest Hill cemetery eau Claire. Arrangements pending at Smith funeral Home eau Claire. Seymour surveys Landfill options continued operation of the Seymour Landfill eventually May Cost the township Over $200,000, according to a report by the Seymour township Landfill study committee. The six person committee which has been examining the towns solid waste disposal options for two months described the growing expenses of operating the Landfill at a town Board meeting tuesday night. Test Wells and groundwater monitoring now required by the department of natural resources would Cost the township Between $30,000 to $50,000, they said. The Landfill needs a new $50,000 Bulldozer to continue operation according to the committee and Quot closing the Landfill a the process of sealing it to prevent groundwater contamination after the Landfill stops operations will Cost from $75,000 to $150,000, depending upon what Type of soil or materials must be used to cover the site. The Landfill has space to continue operating for 15 years according to Dean Nelson town Board chairman however increasing operating costs May Force the town to close the Landfill before this he said. The alternatives described by the Landfill fire inspectors urge Snow care fire inspectors have found Many secondary exits from apartment buildings and business places blocked by accumulations of ice and Snow reported eau Claire fire chief Ken Mikesell. Quot in the event of an emergency these exits Are used As escape routes a he said. Quot we therefore ask that owners and managers of these establishments Check for ice and Snow blockage on a daily the chief said recent snowfalls including that of today have covered some fire hydrants in the City with slowed Snow. He urges residents to shovel out around the hydrants to make them easily accessible to firefighters in Case of a fire. A every second is precious in fighting a fire. If time is lost in getting to a hydrant it could cause added damage injury or even death a he said. I Coupon Friday _ i fish Fry dinners Quot shrimp or %w95 i if Lod Chicken for Quot Ohr in plot Fob. 25th 1983 #. Center court lounge i m serving Friday night 5 00 . To 9 30 . In a rent me lease me compare our prices Auto acres renting late Model used cars 723-8574 your automatic transmission prevent Winter breakdowns now 8 stage service Reg. 32.95 245 special a remove pan a pan inspection a clean screen a install new pan Gasket a install new fluid a adjust bands a adjust linkage a Road test 835-1117 make sure to Check our full conditional guarantee 401 s. Barstow eau Claire Corner of Barstow and Madison St. Committee Are a continue operating the Landfill and pay the costs As they arise. A contract an engineering firm to study whether the Landfill could continue operating while it is closed in stages. The committee estimated this would Cost roughly $30,000. A close the Landfill immediately and begin using the county a seven mile Landfill. Pepin Board adopts budget Pepin the Pepin Village Board has adopted a $220,000 budget for 1983, an increase of $2,000 More than last year even though that budget proved to be $26,000 More than actual expenditures. The main reason for the increase is an expected drop in Revenue for 1983 from last years $246,045 to a projected $222,344. The Village property tax was set at $39,500, Down from last years assessment of $45,005. The local tax was reduced because of a projected increase in the amount of state shared tax Revenue from $77,112 last year to $86,622 for 1983. Class teaches health care Rice Lake a 12-week course designed to train nursing assistants and orderlies will be offered through Rice lakes Wisconsin India head technical Institute Cam pus beginning feb. 22. The course designed for both men and women 17v years or older will prepare participants for work in hospitals nursing Homes and other health agencies. Students will learn patient care under the supervision of a registered nurse and will receive both classroom and Laboratory instruction As Well As clinical experience. The course will run evenings and saturdays during the 12-week period. For More information Contact the with services office in Rice Lake at 715-234-7082. Limo cab 835-1413 serving the general Public a Contact the county to discuss the whether it would be interested in taking Over operation of the Seymour Landfill or in working out some kind of joint operation with the town. A sell the Landfill to a private owner. The Fate of the county a proposed refuse to Energy Plant also will affect whether Seymour continues to operate its Landfill Nelson said. Currently the town is supporting the seven mile Landfill with taxes but is not using the site Nelson said. The town Board will try to have More precise estimates for the alternatives before the annual town meeting in april Nelson said. The town should make a decision before the Landfill comes up for re licensing in 1984, he said. Tuxedos the gallery 2619 e. Clairemont ave. 835 6451 atari intake Eldon a a Ltd a i Colic vision Odyssey Stolp radio c,0 it a Tilk vision i 724 main St., eau Clair correction due to a problem with the supplier the u Sale for 5x7 color enlargement advertised on Page 4 of our circular in tonight paper will not be available. Woolworth London Square a downtown eau Claire of the week Call met Call Auy time of Day of night. Huiwo Molfino free vacation when you buy from us 4 Days 3 Niles free vacation when you buy any new used car truck or Van while too vacations last. We both have got these Low Ratesi undergo Chevrolet Gumc Dary Sinnett under the to Tower South Hatting Woy a eau Clair i Seth phone 14-4116 Ralph Rasmuson 1-94 Hwy. 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