The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa on November 24, 1966 · Page 12
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The Sumner Gazette from Sumner, Iowa · Page 12

Sumner, Iowa
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Thursday, November 24, 1966
Page 12
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W titt Su ho do let W o vl M ct 3M ai V U A ii I J r h n 1 v, c d I Three brothers get deer The Fagenbaum brothers, pcrrcnially successful deer hunters, established a first for themselves Saturday, when all three shot their deer on opening day of the shotgun Public Sale Dates Paul Johnson will hold a public auction of livestock and machinery at the farm one mile west and one mile north of Sumner on Tuesday, Nov. 29, starting at 12 o'clock noon. For sale will be 30 head of dairy cattle, hay, grain and machinery. The sale bill is published on page 9. Mrs. Lela Reasland will sell household goods at public auction at her home at 113 Lincoln Street (a block south of the) Wheel-Inn) on Saturday, Dec. 3 starting at 1:00 p.m. The sale bill will be published next week. Obituary Mrs. Louie Walker Mrs. Louie Walker, 88, at the Ballard Nursing Home of Ames, died early Thursday morning Nov. 17. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at the Parker Funeral Home of Jesup, with burial at the Old Barkley Cemetery in Jesup. Survivors are her two daughters, Mrs. Harry Zimmerman of Waterloo, and Mrs. Kenneth Piercy of Ames. She is also survived by several grandchildren, one of them being Mrs. Wayne Priebe of Sumner. Attending the funeral services from here were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Priebe and family, Diane Priebe of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Oltrogge of Janesville, Mrs. Otto Priebe, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Rhorssen and family of Dubuque. Dennis Ray Meyer Funeral services for Dennis Ray Meyer, stillborn son of Wilbert and Darlene Menzel Meyer, rural Sumner, were held Monday at 11 a.m. at Babyland, Harlington Cemetery, Waverly. Dennis Ray was stillborn at •the Waverly hospital on Sunday. Besides ms parents, Dennis is survived by four sisters, Elaine, Shirley, Marion, and Lisa; one brother, Ivan; his paternal grandmother, Mrs. Ella Meyer of Tripoli; and his maternal grandmother, Mrs. Martha Menzel of Waverly. Rev. Lynn King, pastor of the Salem E.U.B. Church of Sumner officiated at the committal services. Kaiser-Corson Funeral Home was in charge of arrangements. CAR FIRE Sumner volunteer firemen were called out ait about 10:45 p.m. Friday when a car driven, by Sumner High School senior student, Steve Buhr, caught fire on highway 93 two and a half miles east of Sumner. Damage to the car did not appear to be severe. MAYOR'S COURT NEWS Sept. 25: Dennis Jay Goering, Sumner, disturbing the peace, $15 fine, $4 court cost. season. At left is Harvey with his eight-point buck, center is Bob with a doe and at right, Paul, with a doc. They hunted In the Wapsie River bottom area. In several other seasons, COMMUNITY MEMORIAL HOSPITAL NEWS Admitted: Nov. 16: Alfred Mueller, Sumner, medical. Nov. 18: Mrs. Minnie Fcdeler, Hawkcye, medical; Harry Arthur, Hawkoye, medical; Mrs. Robert Anderson, Sumner, maternity. Nov. 21: Mary Ellen Meyer, Randalia,' surgical; Sally Schem- mcl, Sumner, surgical. Discharged: Nov. 16: Reinhold Bock, Readlyn; Walter Steege, Westgate; Henry Malzahn; Mrs. Virgil Buschman, Waucoma. Nov. 17: Chris Hansen. Nov. 18: Janice Meier. Nov. 19: Charles Yungtum, Chicago, 111.; Mrs. John Leitch, Fredericksburg. Sub District Youth Rally held in Hawkeye A Youth Rally was held Nov. 13 for .the Oelwein Sub District Youth Rally in the Hawkeye Methodist Ormrch. Theme for the day was "Focus on Mental Health" The Villawers 9 group from Upper Iowa College entertained the group during registration. The film "David and Lisa" was shown. The film depicts from mental illness of two teenagers and .their program toward recovery. Following the film the youth divided into small groups and discussed the film. Supper was served by the Judith and Ruth Circles. Following the supper a business meeting was held, and the Hawkeye and Alpha M.Y.F. had charge of the closing worship service. Approximately 100 attended this meeting. AUGUSTANA STUDENT Leon Kirchmann from Sumner is enrolled at Augustana College in Sioux Falls for the first semester. He is among a record enrollment of 2007 students which began the college's 107th year as a Christian liberal arts college. each of the Fagenbaum brothers were able to bag their deer, but this was the first time, all of them, hunting together, killed their deer on the first day. With Our Servicemen LEGAL IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF THE STATE OF IOWA IN AND FOU BBEMER COUNTY ) Probate No. 6219 In the Matter ) Notice of Of the Estate of ) Probate of Will, Neil L. rox, ) of Appointment Deceased. ) of Executor, and ) Notice to Creditor! TO ALL PERSONS INTERESTED IN THE ABOVE ENTITLED ESTATE: You are hereby notified that un the 18th duy of November, 1966, the last will and testament of the above named decedent, bearing date the Hth day of March, 1964, was admitted tp probate in the above named court and' that the undersigned was appointed executor of Bald estate. Notice is given that all persons indebted to (aid estate are requested to make immediate payment to. the undersigned, and creditors having claim* against said estate Shall file them with thn clerk of the •hove named district court, as provided by law, duly authenticated, for allowance: and unless so filed within six months from tha second publication of this notice (unless otherwise allowed or paid) such claim shall thereafter be forever barred. Dated this 18th day of November, 1986. ¥ ESTHEB »• F°X Executor of said Estate Sumner, Iowa Address W. C. Hfthle Attorney for said Executor fiumner Iowa Addrens Pate Ol second publication lot day ef Sscembejr, I960, SP 4 David A. Pries, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Pries of Route 2, Sumner, left San Francisco October 1 for Viet Nam. He landed in Viet Nam October 19. He is in the Engineers division, and is building ronds. SP 4 David A. Pries was drafted November 15, 1965. His address Js SP 4 David A. Pries US 55838573 CO. C 15th Engr. Bn. San Francisco, Calif. 96370 Pfc Lorcn H. Klemp, 22, son of Otto Klemp of Sumner, arrived in Viet Nam recently with his Army unit, the Hth Engineer Battalion. The battalion is part of the 18th Engineer Bridgade, the largest combat engineer unit in the U. S. Army. Klemp, a mechanic, entered the Army in September, 1965. List Fredericksburg period honor roll FREDERICKSBURG — The Fredericksburg Community High School released the honor roll for the first nine week period last week with 16 seniors, 16 juniors, 12 sophomores, and 14 freshmen on the list, four of whom were straight "A" students. Others maintained a "B" or better average. The "A" students were: Juniors, Gregory Hewitt, Leanna Mease, and LuAnn Speicher, and Freshman, Karen Mease. The complete list includes: Seniors: Terrill Ball, June Bentley, Arlene Braun, Janice Braun, Wesley Dawson, Bruce Edwards, Tom Ellison, Jim Feldick, Nancy Gardner, Allen Griesert, Anita Hattig, Joyce Isenhouer, Linda Mahlstedt, John Simmons, Jane Sternal, and Robert Treloar. Juniors: Jenell Braun, Bill Bravener, Gene Brincks, Linda Drape, Donna Gruemberg, Greg Hewitt, Jill Lienau, Leanna SUPERSWEET FEEDS Open House WEDNESDAY. NOV. 30 Good chance to do your Chrsitmas shop- ping as FRIDLEY'S are giving . . . TRIPLE COUPONS on every ton of Supersweet Feed booked. - - - AND BEST YET - - - You've got six months to take this feed out. IMAGINE . .. $|2.00 Worth of *-& Coupons on every ton of Supersweet Feed booked. YOUR SIRS WILL B(= HERE BEFORE CHRISTMAS. Fridley Feed Mill FREDERICKSBURG Mrs. Hay SchmndUcti FREDERICKSBURG — Mrs. Gene Aschbrenner left Tuesday by plane from Waterloo for Frankfurt, Germany, where she will join her husband, who is stationed there with the U.S. Army. Mrs. John Litch suffered a back injury in a fall at her home, and is now hospitalized in Sumner. Mrs. Nona Herrick, who has boon in failing health for some time, has entered the Sun Rise Guest Home. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Irons of Toledo and Mrs. Harry Watson of Hesperia, Calif., spent Friday in Fredericksburg calling on friends and relatives, Mrs. Watson having spent the past week with her father, Peter Uhlcn- berg at Marshalltown, where he underwent eye surgery on Monday. Andrew Urness of New Hampton spent from Tuesday unfil Friday with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Jake Urness. Mrs. John Halpin, Lake Zurick, III., and Ray Schoop of Des Plaines, III., spent the week end with their sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. N. R. Davis, and helped them observe their 50th wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Schoop of Chicago also came for the anniversary, and they remained to spend the week with relatives here and at Nashua. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Shufelt spent Friday night and Saturday morning in Waverly at the home of their daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Denner and family, bringing Patty and Randy to Fredericksburg to spend the week end while their parents went to Chicago to attend funeral services for an uncle of Mr. Denner's. Kenneth Shufelt of Des Moines spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Les Shufelt, and Patty and Randy Denner. They were joined on Sunday by Mr. and Mrs. Russell Gardner, Barbara and Linda of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. James Denner. Mrs. Ronnie Rogers entertained friends and relatives at a toy party Thursday evening. FREDERICKSBURG — Bill Bravener, son of Mr. and Mrs. Niel Bravener of Fredericksburg, received the honor of being chosen to play in the All-State Orchestra, which will rehearse and be presented in concert during Thanksgiving vacation. Bill will leave here with -the band director, Mr. Conklin, on Friday morning, November 25, and arrive in Des Moines for the Friday morning rehearsal at 9:30 a.m. in the Hotel Savery Ballroom. Other rehearsals of the Festi- val Orchestra will be held on Friday afternoon and evening, Saturday morning, and Saturday afternoon, with the climax of the festival being held on Saturday night, when the orchestra will be presented in concert with the All-State Chorus and the All-State Band at the KRNT Theatre. Bill will be a member of the percussion section of the orchestra and will play the bass drum. Members of the All-State Orchestra are chosen from all parts of Iowa and are selected on a competitive basis. Bill is a junior in Fredericksburg High School and is a member of the marching and concert band. He plays all the percussion instruments and has received high ratings on snare drum and tympani. He is also an accomplished pianist and has received Division I ratings in the state contest in the piano division. While in Des Moines Mr. Conklin and Bill will be stationed in the Savery Hotel. GOURD 8-year-old Rickie Middleswart, son of Mr. and Mrs. George Middleswart, Indianola, grew a gourd this year from seed which now measures 34 inches. In one day it added 3 inches of growth. Shop Sumner stores Firstl! Mease, Paula O'Day, Ruth Schmadeke, Gary Shawver, LuAnn Speicher, Kenneth Steege, Lois Warneke, Jane Wendland and Janice Wurzer. Sophomores: Virginia Dedor, Connie Domke, Beverly Eichenberger, Alan Hewitt, Jane Kerr, Laura Milbrandt, Patty Rich, Brenda Steege, Dixie Sullivan, Allan Wendland, Mark Wenthe, and Darrell Zmoos. Freshmen: Sharon Bock, Susan Dawson, Carol Lamka, Deloris Mahlatedt, Karen Mease, Dennis Milbrandt, Diane Mohling, Kay Richardson, Janet Stokes, Barton Stone, Nancy Waltz, Linda Wenthe, Sandra Wurzer, and Deborah Zmoos. When it's important to look your best look to Curlee You do your best when you look and feel your best . . . and you'll clearly have the edge when you wear this handsome model by Curlee. In favorite Fall fabrics in new colors and patterns. Add confidence to your Fall wardrobe the Curlee way. Come in soon and see why the Curlee look is the smart look for Fall and Winter. RIBBECK'S Clothiers & Cleaners HOLIDAY MEN'S Suit Special Suit yourself and save plenty during our big suit savings Choose from a value packed selection of suits you need and want right now. 30 .50 $5050 $.35.00 CHOOSE ON LAY-A-WAY PLAN FREE Perma-Press Dress Shirt & Tie with each Suit purchased Nov. 23 - Nov. 30 TOPCOATS '39,50 _ »45-«> Hat FREE with purchase of ALL WOOL TOPCOAT $39.50 - $45.00 W. A. MEYER, Clothier HAWKEYE Mrs. Edna Sttdmttn Mrs. Herman Staufenbuai of Belle Plalne was a Tuesday caller in the Harry Dietz home. Mrs. Carl Dietel, Mrs. Ervin Timm and Miss Bernlece Bonjour of Fayette were recent callers of Mrs. Vera Kuepper in the Fred Miller home. Paul Begalske, Danal Boie and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Boie attended the Barbershop Quartet singing in Elkader recently. Douglas Fedeler came home from Schoitz Hospital in Waterloo on Nov. 13. He had been at Schoitz since Nov. 24 when he had surgery. Mrs. Fredia Ungerer reports her son's address is: Robert Ungerer, 121 Skyhawk Ave., N.A.S., Lemoore, Calif. 93245. Mrs. Lloyd LaLone entertained the following guests at supper last Friday evening in honor of her husband, Lloyd LaLone's birthday anniversary, which was Nov. 10. Those present were Charles Landas and Craig La Lone of Cedar Rapids, Mrs. Mildred LaLone, Mrs. Lillian . Parker, Gus Belschner, Mrs. Mabel Ferrell, Mr. and Mrs. James Eick and Teresa, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester LaLone and family. Mrs. Paul Nuss was discharged from ,the Palmer Memorial Hospital Nov. 15 after surgery on Nov. 8. She is staying at the home of her parents, the Lester Niewoehners for a few days. Mrs. Glen Aspnwall has returned home from Chicago, 111., where she attended a W.S.C.S, meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Kissinger of Sioux City were week end guests in ithe parental Don Kissinger home. Farmers collecting CROP donations A small portion of the northwestern part of Sumner School District is being canvassed this week for contributions of ear or shelled corn or cash by three laymen of Salem E.U.B. Church. These three farmers, Eldon Schoephoester, W. D. Stevens, and Kenneth Sowers will be re-; ceiving any gifts for the Chris- Itjan Rural Overseas Program, 'and are prepared to pick up donations of commodity. Persons wishing to contribute shelled corn .to CROP may bring it to the Fridley Feed Mill on Friday or may contact one of the three named farmers who will pick it up on Saturday. Saturday the contributed ear corn will be shelled at the Gordon Seamans farm and be brought in to Sumner and sold 12—Sumner Thursday. November 24,1966 to help feed some o( the haagr? and dispossessed of the wot id through Church World Semce agencies. Farmers may dump any quantity of ear-corn for CROP at the Gordon Seamans farm before Saturday noon, Nov. 26. RECEIVES PROMOTION James A. Fridley of 532 Orchard ct. of Des Plaines, 111., son of Mrs. A. F. Fridley of Sumner, has been promoted to the position of principal design engineer at Honeywell, Inc., Morton Grove, 111. He was previously development engineer. Fridley. with Honeywell for nine years, received his BSEE degree from Iowa State College. > REAL ESTATE • INSURANCE • FARM LOANS J. T BUMP OFFICE PH: 224-3131 RESIDENCE; PH: 224-5*11 SURE GRIP SNOW TIRES NEW WHEELS • Save the bother o/ remounting tires • Mounting your new tires on new wheels protects the bead seal • Sure-Grip lires are "Built deep to bite deep" • 190 tractor-type cleats to got you through • Built with 3-T nylon cord for extra body strength • Tufsyn rubber /or extra mileage on cleared roads Size Tubeless 7:50/ 7:75x14 Price $47.00 includes 2 Tires Z Wheels Fed. Ex. Tax $4.40 • i^ijii i\i^. , No Limit" Guarantee •Plus tax and 2 old tires SUMNER TIRE SHOP Dial 224-3319 Sumner, Iowa This Christmas... I \ ...WITH TH- SLIM. 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