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Washington Evening Journal (Newspaper) - September 12, 1966, Washington, Iowa
Convention speaker Edward Stout presents paper Edward i. Stout son of or. And . George l. Stout sr., r. R. 2, Ainsworth Iowa and a chemist at the u. S. Department of agriculture s Northern regional research Laboratory funeral at Wellman for Duane Ruegsegger Wellman a funeral services were held til is afternoon at the methodist Church Here for Duane Robert Ruegsegger of Alaska who died thursday sept. 8, while undergoing heart surgery in Seattle Wash. The Rev. Lloyd Bauer officiated and burial was in the Wellman cemetery. Powell funeral Home in Wellman was in charge of arrangements. Or. Ruegsegger was a son of or. And . Gerald Ruegsegger of Wellman. He was born nov. 26, 1934. He was a 1953 graduate of Wellman High school and graduated in 1957 from Asbury College Wilmore. By. He taught school at Guayaquil Ecuador and for the past seven years at Anchorage Alaska. He was a member of the Wellman methodist Church. He had never married. He is survived by his parents a brother Kenneth of West Liberty and a sister . Paul Marcia Lee Wood of Prole la. His paternal grandmother. Mrs. A. C. Ruegsegger of Wellman and his maternal grandmother. Mrs. Zella Marine of North English. He was preceded in death by his grandfathers a Niece a Nephew and a brother. Grandview Man is found dead in car Columbus Junction a Albert Bergen of Grandview was found dead in his parked car in a wooded area five Miles Southeast of Grandview saturday afternoon. Or. Kenneth Carrell Louisa county medical examiner said death was due to Carbon monoxide poisoning. A Hose had been attached to the exhaust pipe of the car and pushed through tile Back seat from the Interior of the trunk. Committal services were held sunday at 2 . In the Indian Creek cemetery Southeast of Columbus Junction. Surviving Are his wife two sons three daughters four grandchildren one brother and two Sisters. Peoria iii., will present a paper at the National meeting of the american chemical society in new York City september 11-16. Or. Stout will describe an unusual Corn sugar derivative which he and his co workers have made. The preparation of this compound resulted from studies on sugars derived from Cereal grains and is related to Cereal Xantha Tes. Cereal Xantha Tes Are used As additives to improve the properties of paper. This research was conducted As part of a continuing program at the Northern Laboratory to find new or improved uses for Cereal grains particularly Corn wheat Oats and sorghum. Or. Stout who was raised on the family farm near Ainsworth attended the Ainsworth consolidated High s c h o o i. He received a b. S. Degree from Iowa Wesleyan College at it. Pleasant in 1960. Graduate work toward an . Degree begun at Columbus University new York City has been continued at Bradley University in Peoria since he joined the staff of the Northern Laboratory in 1962. His wife Dixie f a r i s s Stout sex 63, Iowa Wesleyan is the daughter of . Robert Paul 171 Indiana Terrace Burlington Iowa. Fern pastry shop do nut holes we could t think of an Apple joke this week a so Well just pass along the news that we be purchased bushels of extra Nice 1966 crop apples. They re Large and shiny. Well coat them with Sweet stuff pop in a stick and have fresh Caramel apples 15 for each now. On through the fall season. Enjoy one of these favourites often. Take several Home for the kiddies. Fern pastry shop West Side Square funeral at Junction for Richard Peters Columbus Junction a funeral services for Richard j. Peters 77, will be held tuesday at 2 . In the Stacy Lewis funeral Home at Columbus Junction. Rev. Earl e. Tosten will conduct the service with burial in Columbus City cemetery. Or. Peters died saturday at 6 . In mercy Hospital at Iowa City. He was a Farmer in the Columbus Junction area. Or. Peters died saturday at 6 . In mercy Hospital at Iowa City. He was a Farmer in the Columbus Junction area. He was born in the Columbus Junction Community sept. 12, 1888, a son of Richard and Gwen Davis Peters. He was married to Julia Baker. Surviving Are his wife one son. Roger of Columbus Junction one daughter . La Vonne Fullerton of new London five grandchildren one great grandchild one brother. Dan of m a x w e 11, Iowa and three Sisters . Ruth Arthur and . Mary Hughes of Columbus City and . Elizabeth Davis of Columbus Junction. Earl e. Wead Dies in Carmi Illinois Earl Ellsworth Wead 59 year old resident of Carmi iii., died very suddenly sept. To 1966. He was a native of Washington Iowa. The funeral will be tuesday at la . In the Campbell funeral Home at Carmi with graveside rites at Elm Grove cemetery in Washington at la . Wednesday. Rev. Clarence Dehne will conduct the rites Here. Friends May Call at the Sherman Eden funeral Home Here until 10 45 a. In. Wednesday. A memorial fund has been started for the heart fund and contributions May be left at the funeral Home. Or. Wead Wras born Here aug. 20, 1907, a son of Arthur and Bessie Ritchey Wead. He was reared Here and married in Chicago in 1941 to Mildred Ted Ford. He was a member of the presbyterian Church and owner of an electric repair service in Carmi. Surviving Are his wife two daughters Frances and Ruth Ann at Home two sons Stephen of Chicago and apprentice Seaman Earnest Wead at the great lakes naval station. Also surviving Are these relatives Here his Mother . Bessie Wead a brother Robert and two Sisters . Clarence Goff and . Harvey Holden. Jimmmy a we # today news briefs Conrad. A filial rites for . Ida Mae Conrad were held saturday at 2 p. In. In the Jones funeral Home with Rev. Delbert Terry in charge. Pallbearers were John Rich Jake r. Roth guv Mitchell Glen Cherry Horres John Mcneill Joe Rich. Burial was in Crawfordsville cemetery. Driver injured near Here saturday night charges of operating a motor vehicle while intoxicated Are pending against a 27 year old West Chester Man who remains in Washington county Hospital following injuries received in a one car Accident which occurred saturday night. The Washington county sheriffs office told the journal that Louis Dean Sanger 27, of West Chester w As injured when he apparently attempted to pass another car in High Way one on the right hand Side of the Road and careened off into the ditch. Sheriffs deputies said that the Accident took place about three Miles South on Highway one near the radar Tower. Sanger was alone in the vehicle when the Accident appeared. He was taken to county Hospital where he is being treated for head injuries As a result of tile Accident break in at Kalona being investigated the Washington county sheriffs office is continuing its investigation into a breaking that took place in the Early morning hours monday at the gambles store in Kalona. Investigation officers of the sheriffs department said that entry was gained to the building through a Back window which had been Cut with a Glass Cutter. Owners of the store told deputies that nothing appeared to be missing from the building and the sheriffs office theorized that someone frightened the would be burglar off before he could make off with anything. School election is being held today pods were scheduled to open at noon today throughout this area for the regular school elections. The polls will be open until 7 . This evening. Only a Light vote is expected in most areas but in others there Are contests for school Beard posts which should bring out a sizeable number of voters. All voters also will be casting ballots on a proposal for a three fourths Mill tax Levy to support the new Community Rodege and vocational school for this area. This school has been established at Cedar rapids. Local news items a or. And . Roy Libe have returned to their Home at Carrollton mo., after spending the weekend Here with her Sis ter . Carrie Mayhew. They celebrated . Mathew a a birth j Day Friday. I a or. And . Francis Morgan left saturday morning for their Home in new Orleans after a visit Here in the Home of his grandmother . Myrtle Morgan and with other friends and relatives. They also visited his parents or. And . L. C. Morgan in Fairfield. Others visiting them in the Morgan Home during his their stay Here included or. And . Schultz augsburger or. And . Richard augsburger or. And . J. G. Price and or. And . Keith Price All of Burlington or. And . Ernes Morgan of Hillsboro or. And . Howard Marquis of Keota and . Orpha Munson and the Ted Morgan family of Washington. A . Darlene Cook attended the 50th anniversary Celebration for or. And . Wayne Hartzell in Crawfordsville sunday. Later she went to West Pranch where she was a dinner guest in the Home of her son and daughter in lawmr.1 and . James Cook that evening. A or. And . William Berger have returned Home from Reddick 111. They went especially to attend the Berger reunion at Hersher 111., Park August 31 and Homecoming at Hersher on labor Day. They visited their sons Alvin and Laverne Berger and family near Reddick and a daughter and son in Law or. And . Lowell Nowak near Momence and other relatives near Buckingham and friends at Emington ii or. And . Edward Bergersr. Returned Home with them. Their sen and daughter in Law came for them saturday evening and All returned to their Homes near Buckingham sunday afternoon. A Lee Baird is a patient in mercy Hospital for two weeks and is in room 249. He would enjoy hearing from his friends. A or. And . M. M. Schell returned to their Home Here saturday evening after the summer at their cottage on Lake Lucerne Crandon . Buffet night monday amp tuesday the Willow s redfeather chairman or. William Westphal was named today by Community Chest general chairman Joe Evanovich or. As residential chairman for the 1966 red Feather Campaign. Or. Westphal will be in charge of the residential phases of the annual Community Chest solicitation drive which supports fourteen Community agencies through their United Appeal. A journal photo by Kuncl. Ocal news items a or. And . Rodney Arnold have returned from a leisurely trip and visits with friends. They first visited in Stover mo., and with or. And . T. A Doc see at Paris to. They also visited or. And . Gone Kisor former Washington residents at Galesburg 111., and stopped to see . Arnold a sister and husband or. And Roy Benson in Davenport on Tine Way Home. A Helen Watkins and Bessie Tucker of Washington and . Clarence Brown of Brighton called on or. And . Wilmer Lauderman at pleasant Plain sunday. Or. Lauderman is recuperating from surgery. Mrs. Vera Bailey Dies Here saturday Vera Rogers Bailey 79. Died saturday sept. To 1966, at Halcyon House Here where she had been a resident for some time. She had been ill the past two months. Graveside services will be held tuesday at 3 . In Woodlawn cemetery with or. Vernon Elgin in charge. Relatives and friends May meet at Sherman Eden funeral Home at 2 45 . Tuesday to attend the graveside services. Vera Rogers was born Here july to 1887, a daughter of Frank and Ollie Holcum Rogers. She was reared Here and attended the University of Illinois in Champaign 111. She was married to John Bailey in 1913 and moved to Washington in the fall of 1959. She was a member of the episcopal Church and the fortnightly club. She worked for the Stamats advertising Agency in Cedar rapids and later made her Home in Ocala pad. Or. Bailey died in Phoenix Ariz. Servicing Are two Nephew s and several cousins. A Dorothy Schroeder daughter of or. And . Walter Schroeder of Washington left for Adams state College in Alamosa Colo. Dorothy will be a Sophomore student there this year majoring in Art. A or. And . C. P. Berk Hoff spent sunday in Des Moines visiting their daughter Kathy who is employed in the o f f i c e of the cerebral palsy foundation there. A Linda Kay Anderson daughter of or. And . Robert Anderson left sunday for Wartburg College Waverly where she is enrolled As a freshman in medical technology. A . Clarence Singer of los Angeles is Here visiting her Mother . Emma Nordyke and brother and family the o. E. No Dykes. Mrs. Singer came by plane by Way of Des Moines in time for her mothers birthday which was saturday sept. To. News briefs i Thornton. A funeral services for . R. J. Thornton were held sunday at 2 30 . In the Jones funeral Home with Rev. M. O. Smith in charge. Pallbearers were Lynn Wagamon Harry Levy Robert Lowe Larlan of Laughlin James Frier Devain Tschantz. Burial was in Elm Grove cemetery. Rupture easer . Rel. . To. Off. A Piper Brace product or left Side $495 double $6.95 no fitting required a Strong form fitting washable support or reducible inguinal hernia. Back lacing adjustable. Snaps in front. Adjustable leg strap. Soft Flat Groin pad. For men women and children. Mail orders give measure around lowest part of Abdomen Sec Tiv Riffat. Left or double. Schoonover drug political advertising political advertising commenting on the dryness one local Gardner says he s getting awfully tired of picking tomatoes out of the huge cracks in the ground. A new baby a birthday a wedding anniversary these Are occasions Best honoured and remembered with Flowers. Just dial 653-2652. Wolf s rower shop t evening journal Washington Iowa monday sept. 12, 1966 vote for Lloyd Griggs Washington county Board of supervisors 1967 term born and raised in Washington co. Farmer until 1951 �?6 years bookkeeper �?9 years service station now employed by City of Washington am 100% against county wide zoning get your card today and play Fuhr and Cochran Jack amp Jill will have big Money local winners be sure to get your card today my to Fine pie filling our family Coffee Royalty sliced pineapple pkg. 29c j la. 1 can si45 no. 2 cans 0 0 pm lean tender pork Steak a 59 tasty pork tenderer a 69 dewy fresh Frozen Broccoli Spears 510-oz. Boxes $100 Kraft Barbecue sauce plastic Jug distilled water 18-oz. Btl. Gar. Plastic Jug Clorox bleach 1/2 Gal. 39c 49c 35c Home owned Fuhr and Cochran 2 blocks East of Square on Hwy. 92 no. I Home grown Sweet potatoes lbs. Tis the season for pm. And we have fresh Caramel apples for Sale in our produce dept. Dale Fuhr amp Joe Cochran owners these prices Good Mondey eve., tuesday and wednesday sept. 12�?13�?14 we Reserve the right to limit quantities. Store hours . Thru Fri. 8 . To 8 . Saturdays 8 . To 9 . Open evenings
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