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September 16, 1965

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Fond du Lac (Wisconsin) Commonwttlth Reporter, Thursday, September 1«, 1965 Berlin Plans Public Meet About Shooting Range BERLIN -- A proposed shoot} conservation department offi- ing range was discussed at the cials and that a 15-foot embank- City Council meeting Tuesday night, and it was decided to ment would be built and a shelter to absorb 60 per cent of the sound. Considerable discussion and an explanation by George Kan- mitis preceded the decision to take a survey of the possibilities of a community airport. hold public hearings next month Chief O f P o 1 1 c e Germame "The proposed airport would to hear from residents of the Beck said noise would be the be for general aviation," Kan- area. Alderman Melvm Werch introduced H o w a r d Stumpner, only factor which would be objectionable. City Attorney Milton Spoehr confirmed this, add- mitis said. "Statistics show there are 100,000 non-commercial non-military aircraft in the United States in comparison to aircraft." ij(ll Ralph Thalacker's request for I--removal of an ornamental street light in front of his restaurant was approved. He said it would interfere with a planned neon sign. No decision was reached regarding installation of sewer mains in his subdivision on East Page 17 Kiwanians Discuss Sponsorship Ripon Men Write Ripon; Wisconsin To England RIPON--Stuart Nash, Dr, E. B. Pfferkorn, Oshkosh, and H. L. Sanders, Wmneconne, discussed the values and difficulties of sponsoring another Kiwanis Club overseas at the Ripon Kiwan- State Bank; Leonard Rmgstad, president of Kiwanis and ele-| mentary supervisor m Ripon] Public Schools and Doug Lyke, Aei ·ospace HOR1CON - Eight Honcon Jaycees joined with members of the Metropolitan Junior Chamber of Commerce in sponsoring the Midcontmental Aerospace Exposition this past weekend at General Mitchell publisher of the Ripon Common- Field, Milwaukee, according to ltfrt«-i 1 ft\ n**nr»r * _ _ . . . wealth Press. Club Treasures' Of Summer Rock Hunting Discussed ,,_._-_,,,, _ to communicate with corre- der the program to extend Ki-i tors- Stan Pavnc and Rafrih ^^-^^L^^'^^ Dam, Honcon, Waupun, spondmg men ,n England are .warns farVr afield have made! cTetzef ' ' who hopes to build the range!ing tha f it would be necessary on his property on North \Vash-ito change the ordinance per- ington Street across from Rtv-i taming to discharging fire arms erside Park Stumpner said he m the city to exclude shooting has approval from state and'ranges. Rosendale Area School Enrollment Hits 751 At District No. 22 '"?£ S^'^K* n^^JS 5 0 °f f £"%£ ^ nd Watertown:Th ^ me " et "^ ROSENDALE-The enrollment Elmer Wagner and Mrs. RolandTM"^/' 011 ^ W be to- JSiounds° Club heW an^in-'af ^he^ncon^ ^ "^ for the schools of District No. Wegner assisted by Mrs. Donald ll^V ; s c n o o l crossing formal fall g et . together raee ting School ^i^KA'^, B. , ^ K JS--^^^z.*° H °TM ^p^r^ss /TM WATER --· *~° 8r £ !,,,,,, z ,c k e,, ,,, MBS D " and M "B 'r *r is * -"^"- -w"Ir^^ f^'~- c TM "'t" ^ srir, M ss y ° n - BUS dnVerS 3t B ' D ' LCath: n ° W be « lven hourf y w ages of "treasure^' foZ S Jdd m ^' TM d MrS ' G ° mer JOn6S ' meetln g held at Zlon Luthe TM . » ,, _ »,,., -, «_ T ,_..*,,« treasures toima to add to Vnnrm ,,,,,_,,._ The of- Chuich It was its first meeting \\ith the new pastor. Leo Riegel, club secretary. Profits from the show will be donated to area united fund drives. Concession receipts will be apportioned to the chapters of the Metropolitan ians meetin S this week at t h e ' Madison Kiwanis Club is work- Republican House mg to establish a club in Cam- Nash, who has been in charge 'bridge England, Nash said, and of a plan to sponsor a club interim is trying to establish one , Ripon. Yorkshire, England, by' i n Berlin, Germany, so Ripon the Wisconsin Ripon Club, de- was urged by both visiting | district that participated scribed some of the letters which speaker to keep working so it Those representin th Hori . have been written by local peo- ma X be first 'o establish a club' pie to the Mayor of Ripon, Engin the city of the same name land, in hopes he would put them overseas m touch with men in similar Dr. Pfefferkorn outlined some positions there. Among the Rip-1 of the accomplishments that the on club members who have tried ! 30 clubs already chartered un- con Chapter at Saturdays show included Richard Milej, president; Riegel: Jerry Omick, treasurer: Klennes Anderson, state director; Herb Fell and Gordon Cook, direc- rpJpH^nJwf' Ut VV3S re " rock huntmg expeaitions wereiHustisford, Mawiile. Hartford Bob Cram, cashier of the Ripon iso far since international exten-l sion \\as authorized in each month T ,U T At » Elementary Anther League Meets Tith New Minister Pat Burhans ; Margaret Schultz, 2nd Grades: Mrs Rab «- Barbara Hansen and Mrs. Shene v . « Barnes, 3rd Grades; Mrs. Emily Marchant and Mrs. Charlotte Toll, 4th Grades; Mrs.. Frances Kubick and Mrs. Doris Tnphan, 5th Grades. Mrs. Pamela Freiberg and Robert Zahonk, 6th Grades; Raymond Jensworld, Mrs. Tui- lah De Boer, Mrs Vennecia and Mrs. Lorraine, ».7». "»« commuwm.,, Law- their collections were shared ' ' Sidewalks NORTH FOND DU LAC -- lhe Wisconsin Avenue sidewalk improvement program is progr e s s i n g satisfactorily, Truman A. LeMieux, director £_,,,, p T p,, R »a W M rs arts !=!"^ Milton, 7th and 8th; Mrs. Dorothy Richter. art all grades; year the director said will be starting on Michigan Avenue. Consequently, should anyone on that street Mrs. Margaret De Cramer, music, all grades; Ralph Grain, junior band and secretary, Mrs Clarence Schrank. Teachers at the B D Leath School are Richard O'Grady, principal and teacher of 5th and 6th Grades; Mrs Lucille Stahman, 3rd and 4th; Mrs. Julie Rosenow, 1st and 2nd Grades. Eldorado Village School--Mrs. Linda Kennedy, principal. 1st and 2nd Grades: Mrs. Irene Miskey, 3rd and 4th Grades. High school teachers and subjects they teach are F. L. Mossberg, administrator of high school and elementary schools, i^ai District 22; Ralph Cram, music, to d!S - Montana to be B ntls h m functions of guards x/Wim C -r--' ff- * ITlCAJl^v. F Kalupa was awarded the contract for sewer and water mam installation work on Vhet Street with a low bid of $2,807 A petition bv Herbert purchase of on was denied Resignation of Third Ward s. Church Canada and, s A haynde party for members group, now in Us thirty ^ e ^ h . ounc ; s ^ afflhated , and § uests TM" be held la»r has a membership from J* *f Midwest Federation of this month. * Mmerological and Geologicals Named as sponsors to the Society, part of a national organ- league for this year are Mr. and ization. New members are wel- Mrs. Roy Krause and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Anderson. come. 1 The C o n s t i t u t i o n of the The onh diamond mine in the United States leaves the mat- United States is in Murfreesboro, HORICON--Robert M. Barney. ter of education to the mdivi- \rk If you find a diamond un- Alderman Russell Werch, effec- Honcon State Bank president, dual states. der five carats, you may keep it tive Oct l, was a c c e p t e d said today Fred A Ulnch, who' ---- ·jiiwuju «ui v Ull^. Ull 1410,1. 911CCL | 11_ V j f l. care to have their walks re|Werch said he wuW be moving ha s, ^ en a director of the es- paired this year, they may 'from Berlin Leonard UmbreitS^^ ?" C rf h ih**°T\ contact Dan Gross. 'was chosen by secret ballot to'^iS^Tai^SS'Psirfv $]***} Af «SI c w KS l JSt *?! replace Werch - Resignin ^ ^,; enr * eca p acit y° fassistantcasfi - ; raity Slated At lage _ P the Recreation Commission was 1 "We are particularly pleased ^ASHFORD--The infant son of | Bernard Hall, son of Mr. and ^' jRobert Czmsky, who will be re-| to nave nim take a more active 'placed by Dorence Halstead. Rotarians Told Of Geese plained, "as we feel that his long . Mr. and Mrs. Clarence King was I Mrs. Florian Hall, left for Osh- baptized Sunday at St. Martin's'kosh Wednesday where he will Church by Father Joseph Con- attend the Oshkosh University. business experience in Honcon i^y receiving the name Patrick Richard Jaeger son of Mr. and will help the bank to better' Arthur. Sponsors were Mrs. Ed- Mrs Victor Jaeger left for Wau- sene the community I ward Schoder of Decada and kesha Monday where he has en- ~ Jam6S G ' Bel1 ' em Ilhnois ' Taxes on 0TM and point where we dlstnct game manager) ammunitlon and ^^ from Speaker "The bank has gro\vn to the handling an Operatu)n ftat l$ a]most instrumental and vocal; Mrs. Ho ncon Rotary Club met this to make more i^ : -V^"^ "TI Ralph tory; and terhaft, Spanish *" Plttman Robin son Act are used, the size it was 10 years ago." and to sup- Barney pointed out. "During Train Fnoltch anrl hie , J "««ns. inuic ian.cs auu IU SUp- DSmey {XJiniCU PUl. UUnng Mrs Ca^r ScLertfeee?" Week *' th " Commmit * House ' P 1 ^ crops for the feeding of the,that period, the only personnel Mrs. uan acmverneger, T nfrn j,. ro .i t... ««,«,..« rt,«,^ihinlB LJJ.*.__ u__ i I J-_i .. Byron Parr of Milwaukee. rolled in Mount St. Paul Semi- David and English; Introduced by Program Chairman Don Schrab and Art Lear- ,addition has been one girl.' Guests included Mayville Ro-| Ulnch, a native of Honcon. Fox, industrial James westpnal, history , and American problems; Donald ^g 1 ^.. Kenyon, mathematics; George H . man ' Bel1 re P° rted *at about tary President George Altman.^was in the men's clothing busi- . . . . , had and ttat i ness in the city for 27 years. biology and chemistry; Miss Karen Wagner, English and phy- Ical education; Duane Westenberg, physical education and coach; Arthur Godleski, social studies and guidance director; Miss Gale Pederson, home economics; and secretary at the high school, Mrs. Roland Albrecht. Bus drivers for the high school: Irvin Wittchow, Mrs. Edward Koepke, Merlin Pucker, James Kinyon and Richard Dahlke. Bus drivers for the Rosendale Elementary School; Ellsworth Peters, Mrs. Arvid White, Mrs. Lyle Manske, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Voelker and Eugene Miller. Cook for hot lunch at high school; Mrs. William Klimke assisted by Mrs. Lester Hoch. Cooks at elmentary school; Mrs. there tion as h , v ^ sta ^ m He ^ rg ^ d tha ^ fte seven , nches f ^ f ^ month has raised ft water leve , s on ^ fflarsh t ft ft . Kt in g 6 A movie wag sh ^ h E ,_ mer Schoeffel f ^ pr0]ecton relative to winter quarters for mjlhons of a ^ d ducks ^ Horseshoe Lakes in South- Old Fashioned Ice Cream "DOM'T TOP IT- IT'S TOPS" Ask for It by Jfmrne at iVMir Favorite Grooer't Made By LAMARTINE CREAMERY CO. , Wit. A card party will be held at nary. St. Martin's Hall Sunday night Mrs . Frank Brath was taken by the congregation. to Waupun Memorial Hospital Pfc. William Dreikosen who Monday for treatment, spent a short vacation with his parents Mr. and Mrs. Helidor Mrs. Cecelia Jurgensmeier is Dreikosen left Monday for Ft confined t( St Agnes Hospital Riley, Kan. after which he will where she had surgery Thurs- be sent to Viet Nam dav. Zwicky 's BIG GROCERY At The Six Points (S. Military Rd.) Dial 922-2120 · Easy Parking · Our Prices Are Always Right OPEN 7 DAYS A WEEK 8 A.M. to 11 P.M. There's A New Member Of The Town-Talk Family At Your Grocers Judge Gives Worker, 23, Penal Term PORTAGE (APV-The last of six migrant workers charged in the slaying of a 20 - year - old Montello area farmer has been sentenced. Edward Saya. 23. of El Paso. Tex. was sentenced in Circuit Court here Wednesday to two \ears in lnp Mate reformatory Hr pleaded puilty ?o cbarces of aidinc a felon ?o escape and at- ancmpird aRcra\aied batten- in the slaying of Peter Stewart July 16 Stewart was shot to death after he drove home a girl who said she was bothered by the migrant workers Eight men were named originally in connection with the shooting but Jwo were released Fne have bf-n sentenced prrooush Ropclio Buhai, 27, of Phoenix, A n ? , was sentenced earlier to Mf imrpiMinmrnt after hp pleaded cinlty to a rharpe of csrpp murder in tnp case Alto Farm Barean Meets , ALTO -- The Alto Farm Bn- ! reau held its meeting this week and chairman Raymond Schouten presided Howard Broadwav gave the treasurer report and report of »he Alfo Fair. Next, meeting is Dec 10. IfS FRESH, FRESH, FRESH! An outtandjng innovation in the art of baking. . . a new loaf of bread that has been "family tested" for quality and all- around jr»odne5.«:. It is exclusive by TOWN TALK baker? . . . and \ru ran set n wh«v\ei TOWN' TALK fine baked foods are sold. Give yourself and family a treat tomorrow ... serve ne\v H O L S V M for , lunch and dinner. It'^ *well for Try A Loaf Tomorrow! You .1 Like It! Calumet Store 232 0. MAIN PHONE 921-2160 D E L I \ E R Larsre Elberta jucii ue r^iuei IH ^^ _p * PEACHES 2 - 25 Fresh Crisp * PASCAL CELERY Long Crisp Fresh * CARROTS 16-oz. Bag 9 New Fierv Red Tokay Grapes 2 25 1 Mountain Grown Fresh iuuuniain urown rresn ^^ ^^ * Bartlett Pears 2 - 29' Fresh -- Soda CRACKERS 18c Lb. Box HEINZ CHICKEN - NOODLE SOUP 3 Cans 50c JOHNSTON'S FUDGE SUNDAE or LEMON PUFF COOKIES 2 r£ 49c Vanilla ICE CREAM WITH SAVE 1 lc Brack's -- Fresh PEANUT CLUSTERS Malted Milk Balls CANDY Lb. Bag 45c WITH SAVE lOe Colossal RIPE OLIVES No. 1 Tall Can 29c Gal. 99c Pink SALMON Lb. Can WITH || V%VF l i e 44c New N.B.C. Party Partners SNACK CRACKERS i-Oz. Box 39c ORANGE PINEAPPLE or ORANGE DRINK 29c 46-Oz. Cans We Make Our Own Tender * CUBE STEAK - 69' No. 1 Wafer--Sliced * BOILED HAM · . » . Lb. Swift's Premium--SAVE 23c BACON Full} Cooked SwifiX Premium r L i uii % \,wnvu tj»» f i* ^ · i c i i i i u i i i * PICNICS'^....,,390 i Finest--Any Size Canadian Bacon ROLLS ( / ORANGE