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Fairfield Ledger (Newspaper) - May 15, 1986, Fairfield, Iowa Art show a three students from Fairfield Junior High school show their projects to be exhibited in an Art show this weekend at the Fairfield Junior High school. Eddie Sirdoreus left shows his Model construction Mason Phelps shows his Wood sculpture Michelle Weissheier shows her silk screen to shirt. Ledger photo Watson weds in Wisconsin Stockport a Susan Lynn Watson and Bruce Daniel Neviaser were married May to in Madison wis. Susan is the daughter of Martha Watson of Stockport and the late ted Watson. Attending from this area were her Mother brother and sister in Law Scott and Virginia Watson it. Madison her sister Melissa of Stockport and Friend Doug Christiansen of Dubuque friends Holly Pratt and Peter Aquirre Ottumwa Dena Bradfield Fairfield and Kristy Klise and her Friend or. Cal Fischer of Chicago by. Douds alumni to have june banquet Douds a the Douds alumni banquet will be held june 7 in the Douds gym with registration and social hour beginning at 6 . Dinner will be served at 7 . Business meeting will be conducted at 8, and a dance will Start at 9 to the music of the Black velvet band. The classes of 1961 and 1936 will be honoured also graduates of 1986 with parents who have graduated from Douds. Alumni officers Are Dotty Johnson president Linda Nason vice president Bonnie Robinson Secretary treasurer. Fairfield la ledger�?page3�?thursday, May 15,1986 Frank and Ernest Quot by Bob thaves computer repair aficoppin<3 to you computer hmm j f Xep you of of $?9. A �1906 of Nea inc a May crowning at Polishville clubs Polkville the Polishville group invites friends relatives and neighbors to attend the annual Rosary service and May crowning at the Polishville Gratto tuesday at 6 . Anyone wishing to bring Flowers in the polish tradition Are Welcome to do so. Bring Lawn chairs. Art Assembly set a part As the expression of the creative impulse of life a an Art Assembly to be held saturday at i . At Mius to Center. 1601 n. Fourth will feature several speakers an open forum and an exhibit of local artists. Jeanann Celli executive director of the Iowa arts Council Fairfield sculptor Christopher Bennett and Jim Shrosbree. Miu Art faculty member will Lead several topics of discussion. Rainbow reflections Stockport a Rainbow reflections will meet at 7 . Wednesday at the Stockport Christian Church. Ruth Brown will give the lesson and Tracy Niederhuth will furnish refreshments. Legion auxiliary Stockport a the Stockport legion auxiliary will meet at 1 30 . Tuesday in the legion Hall. All members Are urged to attend to help prepare crosses for the cemeteries for decoration Day. Opening Friday May 16 Vietnam vet makes 2,700-mile 2-month sojourn n a i a i i ends Heaters Home walk for hunger on his hands Washington apr Bob Wieland says he does no to hang a sign around his neck to Tell the world he a a Vietnam Veteran because a i let the walking do the and Wieland a walking says a lot. A mortar Shell took both of Wieland a legs 17 years ago in Vietnam. He strengthened his upper body by lifting weights and on sept. 8, 1982, he began a 2,784-mile walk a on his hands a to raise Money to feed the hungry. The Veteran finished the trip in the nations capital wednesday met with president Reagan at the White House a a session he said brought tears to the presidents eyes a and was greeted at the Capitol by House speaker Thomas p. Of Neill jr., a mass. Wieland began the last mile of his trek on a downtown Street Corner by strapping his Torso into a thick leather seat and slipping his heavily calloused hands into the pads he Calls his a size one running swinging Forward on two powerfully muscled arms he took a a a step of three feet rested out of the past momentarily on his buttocks and reached Forward for another of what he estimates has been a journey of 4.9 million of such motions surrounded by reporters and photographers he reached the Vietnam veterans memorial at a Normal walking Pace. He swung Down the path along the memorials Black Granite Walls and found the name of Jerome d. Lubeno the Man he was trying to save when he lost his legs. Wieland 40, was a combat medic with the army a 25th infantry division. On june 14, 1969, attempting to Aid Lubeno who had stepped on a Booby trap Wieland himself tripped Over an 82mm mortar round. A legs went one Way and i went another a he said. After surgery 50 pints of blood and a bout with malaria Wieland weighed 87 pounds. He had once stood 6 feet tall and weighed 200 a sounds nine inches remained of his right leg 5 inches of his left he began his rehabilitation program unable to lift five pounds and culminated it in 1977 by Bench pressing 303 pounds. He earned degrees in physical education and recreation and served on the faculty of California state University at los Angeles. In 1981, now a born again Christian he decided to make the trip inspired by a verse from the Book of romans a we then that Are Strong ought to Bear the infirmities of the after training for 18 months he set out from knotty a Berry farm. Calif. At a rate of three to five Miles a Day he crossed California Arizona new Mexico. Texas Oklahoma. Missouri Illinois Indiana Ohio West Virginia. Pennsylvania and Maryland. He Hopes to raise $25 million to be distributed to organizations like the red Cross and salvation army by persuading people to sponsor each of his Steps for $5 each. So far he a raised $305,000. Donations May be sent to spirit of America walk for hunger Box 2686, Laguna Hills calif., 92563 Keosauqua a Dick and Pat Heater have returned Home from a two month vacation to Arizona and California. They spent March in Arizona and visited two former Fairfield couples or. And mrs. Tom Ward of Mesa and mrs. And mrs. Duane Smith of Arizona City. Enro Ute to California they visited former Fairfield residents Doc and Nancy Gerleman at Henderson Nev. They spent april at Stockton calif., with Dicks sister and brother in Law Margaret and Ernest Siebert. They also visited san Francisco the Redwood Forest and spent five Days in a Houseboat fishing in the California Delta. Public invited to a birthday party 9 Brighton a the Brighton United Church invites the Public to join the congregation for the churches a great birthday party this sunday Pentecost sunday. Events include the worship service at 9 ., sunday school at to ., followed by a birthday cake and other festivities and a potluck dinner. Rib Eye Steak All you con eat including salad bar and Choice of potatoes Copeland steaks Chicken sea food . 9-8 a Fri. Amp sat. 9-10 a closed sunday North Side Square a 472-4554 of you want to Start or continue your cosmetology training. Contact Southeastern Community College Classis Start a june 3 and August 19 Low tuition rates Are available and you May qualify for financial Aid. 319-752-2731 in West Burlington 319-524-3221 in Keokuk it 60 years ago saturday May 15,1926 miss Agnes Samuelson who is a candidate for superintendent of schools of the state spoke this afternoon in Central Park. Last night under the big tent the Emma May Cook Stock company with crazy Paul in a a the Boss of bar admission 15 amp 35. 50 years ago Friday May 15,1936 the Higley drug store building owned by mrs. James f. Wilson has been leased by Reeds family shoe store. Sixty seven property owners in Fairfield have been sent notices by the City a Board of health to remove outdoor toilets within two weeks or to vacate the properties. 40 years ago wednesday May 15, 1946 the american legion auxiliary will distribute poppies on May 25 to Honor the War dead. The building at 51 n. 2nd St. Occupied by the family cafe has been purchased by Roy Hinson from Floyd and Ruth Keltner. 25 years ago tuesday May 16.1961 Hollywood a famed movie hero Gary Cooper was eulogized today at a requiem mass at Beverly Hills. Jalopy races will be held at Mcmillan Park in it. Pleasant May 20at7 30p.m. Admissionis$1.00. To years ago saturday May 15,1976 a unique quilt project by fifth Grade students helped the Libertyville elementary Center qualify As a Bicentennial school. Batavia a the Blackwood singers of Nashville tenn., will present a concert Here May 18 at 7 30 . At the gospel Lighthouse Church. The Fairfield Ledger imps 1149 ims 117-114 Cost Broadway Fairfield. Iowa 52556 Byron Kimble publisher Larry w Johnson editor gone loud to advertising manager Mori Bradley production manager Steven Allison. Circulation Monomer published Coch afternoon except sunday by the Fairfield doily Ledger inc James j Mcgiffin president Jeon Martin. Vice president and secretory Byron f Kimble treasurer terms of subscription by Corner i 25 per week mail fatal Jefferson other Iowa outside county counties Iowa 12mo Sab of 12 to $50 of 12mo 154 00 6 to 28 00 6 to 29 00 6 to 32 of 3 to 1800 3 to 19 00 3 to 22 00 Fairfield . Balas to j4s of 6 to 128 of 3moj1b00 second class postage paid of Fairfield Iowa 52556 member of the associated press which is Elu sively entitled to the use or reproduction of Oil news dispatches credited to it or not otherwise credited in this and Oil local news published herein be Sacriben la f Airt Laid of you do not receive your Ledger by 6 pm. Phone Corner Between 6 and 6 1s. Of unable to get Hun. Phone 472-4129 Between 6 1s and 6 45. So Turnoy 4 pm 4 30p in Paasa make cads ally it Ofeia these hate Radis a ally to hmm Neath irs. fresh seafood is coming goodies fresh seafood co. Of Iowa City we will be bringing fresh never Frozen fish and shrimp to the mighty Mart parking lot. Intersection of Hwy. 34 and Hwy. I Friday May 16 we will be there Between 9 And 7 . A look for our signs hamburgers vote Al Paul e. White Republican candidate for county treasurer Jefferson county Iowa per hence i i yrs Jefferson co assistant assessor 8 yrs Jefferson co treasurer your support will be appreciated in far by new Al i non Ifni peal i. Whitely. Sirs no umm no Coupon . May 16-17-18

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