Lloyd Zillmer - Kiwanis Gets Pep Talk on Pancake Day

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(iwanis Gets Pep Talk on Pancake Day Members of the Eau Claire Ciwanis Club had their first >ep talk on Pancake Day at le meeting Thursday noon in he Black Steer and heard an lustrated lecture on development development at the Northern Colony nd Training School. Fred Roadt, general chairman chairman for Pancake Day, set for aturday, Sept. 27, announced istribution of tickets to mem- )ers for sale in advance and isted "top brass" in the cam- >aign. They include: Joe Dahle, co - chairman; Austin Johnson, head chef; Art Xlinger, in charge of kitchen; Wayne Atkins, dining room; Kern Walker and Arnie Carlson, Carlson, procurement; Dave Sharpe and Jack Postelwait, mblicity; Paul Giambra and )an McCarthy, tickets; Clarence Clarence Peterson, finance; Bill Sherman, griddles; Jack Pingel, Pingel, program; Bill McEachern, poster contest; Lloyd Zillmer, sergeaflft-at-arms; Pete Scarseth, Scarseth, candy sales. Roadt 'pointed out that this is he only fund-raising event put on by the Eau Claire Kiwanis Club each year and that it is mportant to carrying on t h e program of boys and girls work and other community activities. activities. Speaker for the Northern Colony was Robert Brace, director director of public relations. Brace spoke chiefly of the vast change in operation and direction of the colony since it was organized in 1927 as a strictly custodial institution. All efforts were geared to custody—keeping custody—keeping an inmate as comfortable as possible. : In the past 10 to 15 years the whole picture has changed, the speaker said, with patients being being treated as human beings and every effort made to train them to take care of t h e m- selves and qualify for gainful gainful occupations. In recent years the institution is being brought closer to the people and the community is being induced to help in rehabilitation of the patients. patients. Public support is now being sought, Brace said, especially the help of men and -young men who can .help with sports and recreation. He pointed out that eventually many: of the 1,480 1,480 patients now at the Colony will return to their communities. communities. He showed color slides of daily activities at tile colony, stressing tfalnlng prflg?aflis in which children and y o u n g people once considered hope* lessly backward are befrw tan* ght to care for t'Eem* selves and learn simple chores; even learning to read sentences. sentences. News Briefs ft, STREET CLOSEb-The city street department said today that May Street will be closed between Walker Avenue and Clairemont Avenue from today until Sept. 9 for construction of storm sewers on the south side of Clairemont. NUN WINS DEGREE ~ Sister Sister Louise Marie Guralski, F.S.P.A., Sacred Heart Convent, Convent, was awarded a master of education degree as nearly 300 students received degrees from Marquette University, University, Milwaukee, at the close of the university's summer session. session. "• DOGS FOUND - A female golden labrador, Wearing a choke collar, was found Thursday Thursday in the 2200 block of Eddy Lane, A male brown and black German shepherd, wearing a brown collar was found in the 1900 block of E. Lexington Blvd. They may be cfainied at the local pound. Obituaries Arthur L Voss, Sr. Arthur L. Voss Sr., 75, former former Eau Claire resident, died Thursday morning in a Chicago Chicago hospital. Funeral services will be held in Chicago Saturday morning an'd in Eau .Claire at 11 a. m. Monday in the Stokes and Sons Chaper with the Rev'. Roy B. Schmeichel officiating. Burial Burial will be in Str.John's Lutheran Lutheran Cemetery here. Friends may call at Stokes and" Sons from 4 p. m. Sunday until 11 a. m. Monday. He is survived by his widow, Ruth, Chicago; a son, Arthur Leo Jr., Wildwood, 111.; and three grandchildren. Mr. Voss was born in. E a u Claire and was a veteran of World War I service in France, former member of the American Legion 40 & 8, and had been employed by the American National Bank here for 18 years. He moved to Chicago Chicago in 1934. Omission The age of Angela Bain was wrong in her obituary. It should have read "six-week-old." Survivors

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  1. The Daily Telegram,
  2. 05 Sep 1969, Fri,
  3. Page 5

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