The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa on November 17, 1966 · Page 10
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The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa · Page 10

Sumner, Iowa
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Thursday, November 17, 1966
Page 10
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This Is Hlllcrest Home Addition from the southeast, with a part of the east wing of the original building at right in the picture. Entrance at center, opens into foyer and there is also a ramp entrance at right center, where the two sections are connected. This opens Into the dining room area of the new addition. The Addition entrance duplicates that of the original building. Early American styling Is featured throughout the entire structure, both interior and exterior. The ad- dition has been completed and was recently dedicated with an open house. Rotarians entertain farmers 15 Sumner seniors attend Teacher's Day Fifteen seniors from Sumner High attended the Prospective Teacher's Day held November 2nd, 1988, at S.C.I. The Prospective Teacher's Day Is sponsored by the Iowa Commission on Teachers Education and Professional Standard for the purpose of selling teaching to high school students. The students attended sessions and observed teaching in the areas In which they were interested. Dr. William C. Lang, Vice-President of SCI, spoke .to the assembled students on the topic "From rthe Other Side of the Fence," an Interesting talk on the aspects of teaching. The seniors attending from Sumner High were Beverly Borcherding, Audrey Buhr, Rebecca Creager, Judy Kasemeier, Margaret Kirchmann, Colleen Leyh, Linda Mabon, Janet Morf. Rhonda Notbohm, Joyce Oberheu, Gail Reimler, Dave Rieck, Ken Rieck, Janet Schnor, and John Tremaine. The students were accompanied by Mr. Lowel Butler, guidance councelor. Shop Sumner Stores First!! Approximately 90 Sumner Rotarians, their farmer friends and other guests attendee the annual Rotary Club's Farmer's Night at the Salem Evangelical United Brethren Church basement Tuesday night. Fol- lowing the ham dinner, served by the ladies of the church, the Rotarians and their guests, heard an address by featured speaker, Ken Blackmail of Waterloo. Blackman, a former semi-professional and pro- fessional baseball player and one time manager, discussed the current season of the Waterloo Black Hawks hockey team and also plans for the Waterloo Hawks baseball team next summer. Ken Blackman of Waterloo, General Manager of the Waterloo Blackhawks hockey team and the Waterloo Hawks baseball team, visits with M. M. Rogers and Mel Harms, prior to the Farmer's Night Rotary Club meeting Tuesday. Blackman was featured speaker on the program. Rogers is Rotary President and Harms was program chairman. ust 7, 1890, and moved to Waterloo in 1909. Survivors are his widow, his daughter, Mrs. Donna Otteson of Arcadia St. in Waterloo, a son, Lloyd Biggie, Jr. of Ypsilanti, Mich., three sisters, one brother, and two grandchildren. Mrs. George Wescott and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Wescott attended the funeral services for their brother-in-law. MASONIC WORKSHOP Master Masons of 10 Counties in Northeast Iowa will hold their Masonic Workshop at Oelwein, Nov. 29 at the Masonic Temple. Lodges in the counties of Delaware, Buchanan, Black Hawk, Bremer, Fayette, Clayton, Allamakee, Winneshiek, Chickasaw, and Howard are expected to participate in the afternoon and evening meeting. Shop Sumner stores and Save! TROUT Harold Teeters, Greene, caught a "lunker" trout while fishing at Richmond Springs which weighed 8 pounds and was 23 % inches long. SHOP EARLY MAIL EARLY USE ZIP CODE OBITUARY August Masterpoie Funeral services were held Monday for August Masterpoie, 86, a resident of Oelwein for the past 64 years. He is the lather of Tom Masterpoie of Sumner. Mr. Masterpoie died at Mercy Hospital, Oelwein, at 6 a.m. Friday, Nov. 11. He was a retired Chicago Great Western railway shop employee. Services were held at Sacred Heart Church and interment was in Woodlawn Cemetery at Oelwein. Rosary service was held at 8 p.m. Sunday. Mr. Masterpoie was born at Fosalto, Italy, Jan. 30, 1880, the son of Phillip Masterpoie. He is survived by his wife, Amelia; five children, Ann, Mrs. Al Earth of Santa Fe, N.M.; Irene, Mrs. Howard Schrag of Dallas, Tex.; Tom of Sumner; Robert of San Francisco, Calif.; and John of Fort Madison. Also surviving are 11 grandchildren and two sisters. Mrs. Kenneth Freeman Funeral services for Mrs. Kenneth Freeman, 73, of Winthrop, mother of George Freeman of Sumner, were held Sunday at Fawcett Funeral Home, Winthrop. Mrs. Freeman died Friday morning at People's Memorial Hospital, Independence. Interment was in the Fairview Cemetery at Winthrop. Surviving are her husband, Kenneth; a daughter, Mrs. Lester C. Fawcett of Winthrop; three sons, George of Sumner, Richard of Knoxville and Earl of Waterloo; one brother and two sisters. Lloyd Burdell Biggie Funeral services were held Wednesday afternoon at 1:30 p.m; in the Parrott and Wood Funeral Home for Lloyd.Burdell Biggie, 76, of Leonard Ave. in Waterloo. He was born in Tripoli on Aug- I SHOPPERS • STOVER'S DELICIOUS CHOCOLATES • AFTER DINNER MINTS • RASH BULBS • HLM • FRESH NUTS • ICE CREAM • CIGARS • CIGARETTES TRY THE DRUG STORE FIRST FOR YOUR HOLIDAY NEEDS. O'Brien's Drug Store Phone 224-5142 Sumneir, New Modified Slim-Cut Slimmer than regular dress slacks, but not as snug as teenage slacks, Haggar's new Imperial "2030" model hits a happy medium that's especially designed for young executive tastes. In pure worsted wool with exclusive Shape 0-Matic waistband tor smooth, comfortable fit. We have your si« in fall colors. RIBBECK'5 Alumni basketball game scheduled at UIC Upper Iowa College basketball coach, Stan Jack, has announced plans for an alumni game, Saturday, Nov. 19 at 7:30 p.m. The Peacock varsity squad will challenge a formidable alumnus cage crew headed by Al Albers, 1966 second team All-American. Albers, now head coach at West Central, and his brother, Larry, will be among the top former players to return for the contest. Others in uniform will be Jerry Gazaway, Dick Wold, Bob Zenner, Dick Cathcart, Bob Meyers, Willie Williams and Larry Burrows, who is now junior high coach at Sumner. How long the giant Galapagos tortoise lives is uncertain, but scientists estimate from growth rings around (the plates on their backs .that some are over 150 years of age. |0—Sumner Thursday. EASY TO INSTALL Inside or Outside Complete-72" x 36" Plastic Sheet with molding and nails. ., Hordware & Lumbar Sro r «. *" Everywhere ** Anorhtr Matfta Plonitrl In Malllu «nnin4 New! GPReST Leens ... the slim-tapered permanent press casual slacks that never need ironing ... by the makers of Leesures by Lee W. A. MEYER CLOTHIER SUMNER, IOWA STAY-PRESS NEWEST DISCOVERY IN NO-IRON FABRICS The best of everything . . . Superior traditional styling with tapered body . . . soft, rich textured oxford weave the absolutely carefree, no iron features in a stay-press, treated blend of finest 65% Dacron® Polyester and 35% combed cotton. A combination that can't be beat. In white, W. A. MEYER CLOTHIER You'll please the family with one of our . . . USED CARS '65 CHEVROLET IMP ALA V-8; a beauty. '65 FORD CUSTOM V-8; Cruisematic; another fine car. '65 FORD I COUNTRY SQUIRE 10-pass. station wagon; the best. 65 FORD GALAXIE 4 Dr.; power steering & brakes; auto, trans. 62 CHEVROLET 6 cyl., straight stick '58 FORD 6 cyl., straight stick '56 CHEVROLET good transportation. '54 CHEVROLET good older car. '59 CHEVROLET PANEL TRUCK; plenty of miles of service left in this one. — PICKUPS — '55 FORD >/ 2 Ton '52 INTERNATIONAL 1 Ton '51 FORD % Ton WALKER MOTOR CO. Having An Xmas Party? WHY NOT AT THE RITZ Pick Your Date Now. Make Arrangements Later. RITZ CAFE Phone 224-9294 — Sumner THE GIFT OF 1000 USES! Dial 800 E, let St. — Sumner Alto cariPtnlry, ihilvlng, ilerm wMowi, volant»», window ihadti. ptoiltr- weed woUi, «!«.. NEW loading • Hpndlt lock* TorilPtd*! HIGH COMPRESSION STAPLE GUN All those exciting featurei-and mortl ThU low-low priced, indispensable tool for every home firei 100 ftaple nails before* staple* into wood, plastic, plaster, etc. This little wonder delivers u much driving power as machines twice its size and welghtl Patented push-button open-channel loading make* it completely jom-proo// Takes two *Uple *ize*: fa' ^4 9it". Lightweight...maneuver*ble...ea*y for the littl* woman, too. % tt*plt» IQM-W '•« 1 M I* k>* 4t Vu* Iff 1 M It H« .»• Sumner Gazette

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