Janesville Daily Gazette from Janesville, Wisconsin on November 29, 1969 · Page 2
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Saturday, November 29, 1969 THE JANESVILLE GAZETTE - Page 3 Cub Scouf Pock Meetings Get a Christmas Flavor Mercy Hospital Edgerton Hospital DAUGHTERSTO Mrs. Vernon Bassett, 33 S. Fremont SONSTO : Mrs. Edward Haase, Rt. 5. /.Mrs. Robert Dailey, 601 S. Randall. Mrs. Leonard Krauss, Cedar Lane ; . Trailer Court. ' ADMITTED .Mrs. Lyle Anderson, 1528 Peterson. .Bertrand Engel, 1226 Elaine Ave." . James Holmquest, Milton. ! Mrs. William Bishop, Palmyra. .Mrs. Richard Williams, 15 N. Pearl. ..Joseph Campion, Milton. .Miss Flora Zinn, Milton. '. Margaret Larson, 1116 E. Delavan Dr. Gerald Lohman, 200 S. Randall Ave. Mrs. Rietta Cook, 209 Madison St. Howard Gsell, 503 Glen St. DISMISSED . Mrs. Carl Reiner, Sharon. '•Miss Darlene Caskey, 1328 Tyler St. , Maryk Gardner, Rt. 3. 'Gary Ormsbee, 2417 Black Bridge Rd. ..Kelly Hoium, 2234 S. Crosby Ave. . .Liesa Palan, 2211 Mineral Point Ave. /Mrs. Harry Paustian, 2315'Hillcrest. Mrs. Gertrude Crawford, Belpit. Mrs. Earl Cruzan, Milton. •Mrs. Danny Clark and daughter, 409 • ,,'W. Milwaukee St. ..Mrs. Bernard Debroux and daughter, :. 1210 Kellogg Ave. -. Mrs. Garold Markham and son, 407 ..-S. High St. •Mrs. Marvin Hegle and son, 2017 Jo, ." liet St. Lakeland Hospital ELKHORN—Sons were born in Lakeland Hospital to Mrs. David Hawley, Williams Bay, and Mrs. Robert F.rantel, Lake Geneva. ';' Admitted: Rosa Falas, Andrew Jeninga, Delavan; Archie Sanford, Walter Jacobs, Elkhorn; Orvis Jayne, Lake Geneva; Joseph Krulisky, Niagara Falls, N.Y. . Dismissed: John Jones, Burlington; Mrs. Joseph Murphy and daughter, Darien; Mrs. Larry Young and 'daughter, Andrew Jeninga, Delavan; ''Mrs. Richard Howarth and son, Mrs. Frank Wagner, Mrs. Richard Jones, Walter Lauman, Mrs. Hugo Jarvis, Elmer Hansen, Janice Fazel, Elkhorn; Mrs. Eugene Van Der Zee, Mrs. Lester Speckman and son, Lake Geneva; Beth Ruehlman, Walwprth. Monroe Hospital MONROE—Admitted to St. Clare , Hospital were Howard Woldin, Jack Frazer, Carl Weiss, Laura Heimann, Alfred Voegeli, John Bieri, Virginia , Bacon, Monroe; Sharon Walters, Milton Junction; Julie 'Lickes, Juda; George Kolaski, Mrs. Roger McCarville, Beloit; Charles Streuly, Mrs. Charles Niles, /Janesville; Mrs. Helena Graves, Casper • Rhyner, Albany; Mrs. Rex Roenneburg, Mrs. Perry Simerson, Brodhead; Michael Dobrowski, Delavan; Sherri Wirth, Monticello; Kenneth Harris, Orfordville. EDGERTON—Admitted to Memorial Community Hospital were Mrs. Emma George, Mrs. Margaret Hodrie, Edgerton; Mrs. Dorothy Zahn, Milton; Lynne Bosben, Janesville. Dismissed: Mrs. Emily Hadley, Janesville. Fort Hospital FORT ATKINSON-Daughters were born in Memorial Hospital to Mrs. Albert L. Olson, Jefferson, and Mrs. Daniel Halfmann, Cambridge. A son was born to Mrs. Michael Hoffman, Sullivan. Admitted: Julie Van Hoosen, Mrs. Ethel Vinz, Fort Atkinson; Mrs. Julius G. Gorgerud, Deerfield; Arnold Fosso, Lake Mills; Lance White, Jefferson; Darrell Sweymore, Cambridge. Dismissed: Mrs. Norman Jenson, Jay Jones, Fort Atkinson; Mrs. Donald F. Singstock, Whitewater; Leonard Crosby, Jefferson; Colleen Klawitter, Lake Mills. And Deputies, Too SEATTLE (AP) —Deputy Sheriff Bill Gorsline of Kings County almost broke • and ran Friday night when a greyshaped creature, four feet tall, with funny little ears, beady eyes and a great big mouth loomed out of the fog. Then, he remembered that Gertrude, a 2,500-pound hippopotamus, was living temporarily at a kennel nearby. Along came Curtis Thor, 18, a kennel attendant, to explain that Gertrude apparently had gotten hungry and broken through a wire fence in search for food. "We can't feed her enough," Thor said. "She eats vegetable trimmings, cabbage, a half a bale of hay and 10 pounds of oats every day." Gertrude is being kept at the kennels while her owner tries to find a buyer. Thorough Check JACKSONVILLE, Fla. (AP) — Not one to jump to conclusions, 12-year-old Richard Dupont hung on to the striped snake that bit him, paged through the encyclopedia under "S," and found what he was looking for. It was "Coral Snake" and he was reported in good condition at St. Vincent's Hospital. Pack meetings with a Christmas flavor were among those held in Janesville this week. Canned goods for the needy and Christmas wreaths for sale were features. PACK 568 Cub Pack 568 began selling the Christmas wreaths at their meeting in Hillcrest School and a -Christmas party for cubs and their families was planned for 7:15 p.m. Wednesday, Dec. 17. Neil Geske, cubmaster, presented advancement awards to Scott Sparby-, Brian Everhart, Josh Lowry, Carl Anderson, Mike Geske and Roderick Ramseier. Jerome Schwarzhuber talked on "Cubbing." PACK 521 Each member of Pack 521 took canned goods to the meeting in Lincoln School, to distribute them to needy families. Bobcat awards went to Scott Miller Rusty Sime, Scott Dagenhart, Larry Danks, Charles Hayes, Eddie Moe, Craig Moen, Mark Starks and Dave Butek. Tim Muth received an advancement award. A musical skit on "Folklore" and a closing skit on Thanksgiving were conducted. Next month's meeting will be Dec. 16. PACK 402 Five new members were admitted to Cargill Methodist's Pack 402 as bobcats at the last meeting. They are Mike Ritz, William Johnson, Jimm Rudd and Ricky Larson. Mrs. Allen Larson is their den motheri Den skits on the "Folkfore" theme were presented. Christmas skits and songs and a visit from Santa are planned for the next meeting, Dec. 17. ' • PACK 424 Jack Schlaefer conducted his last meeting of Cub Pack 424 of Jefferson School thi'S' week, having already assumed duties as supervisor of three packs in the newly created Koshkonong district. Schlaefer, who was Pack 424 cubmaster for almost four years, was presented with a deluxe sleeping bag. He will be succeeded by Phil Ludtke as cubmaster, with Dwayne Ross and Charles Dunn, assistants. Pack membership now totals 88 boys, with 27 new cubs: Mark Ackerman, Daniel Adams, Scott Beatty, Gregg Bordner, Ricky Creek, Daniel Delwiche, John Dickson, John Dorsey, Douglas Elliott, Mark Greve, Ralph Heine, Bruce Hurlbut, Kenneth Indgjer, Thomas Kufrin, Christopher Ludtke, Ross Luebbe, Mark MacKinnis, Martin McCue, Douglas McGarvie, David Metzger, William Press, John Probst, Gary Nyborg, Mark Simmons, Michael Winnie, Jaryl Creger, and Mark Forster. Advancement awards went to Ken Calkins, Keith Streich, Art Schumacher, and two new webelos, Mike Stratton, Mike Nelson, Mark Zillmer and Art Schumacher. New den leaders are Nancy Delwiche, assisted by Judy Indgjer, Charlene Ackerman, assisted by Jo Dorsey, and Pat Simmons, assisted by Jan Metzger. Clayton Foss presented the pack with a new power saw in memory of his wife, Phyllis, who had been one of the pack's den leaders several years. Results of the annual candy sale showed that three boys had sold $242 worth of the pack's $2,500 supply of candy, which netted the unit more than $800 to meet expenses. Top salesmen were Bob Diehls, Scott Emmel and Brad Oxton. There will be an exchange of 25- cent gifts at the next meeting, at 7 p.m. Tuesday, Dec; 9, and cubs are to provide a family-size can of food for a needy , family. PACK 522 Dean Powers and Darrell. Weber were welcomed into scouting at the meeting of Pack 522 of Wilson School. The boys received aquanaut webelos awards, the arrow of lights awards and. certificates of graduation. Robert Blum and Danny Johnson received bobcat pins. A Christmas party was planned for December. PACK 572 Cub Pack 572 of Jackson School has scheduled a series of events in observance of Christmas. Members will sell Christmas wrapping paper to earn money for the pack, hold a Christmas party Dec. 15, in connection with the pack meeting, and give a Christmas play, depicting how various countries celebrate the holiday, Dec. 22. Among the awards presented at the last meeting were bobcat awards to Leroy Dampier, Mark Denker, Dale Block, Curt Ford, Tom Fleming, Mike McClintock, Norman Schoff, Jerry Hoium, James Mclntyre, Ronald Garthwaite, Bruce Steube, Mark Winchell, Jay Jordan, Jeff Lund, Jerry Moe, Bill Stavn, Donald Hanson, Scott Phelps, William Tomten, Raymond Schindler, Jim Henning, Billy Watson, Donald Kleven, Leon Guenther, Steven Danielson. Advancement awards went to Jim Attlesey, Mark Westby, Mark Stanek and Mike Schucht. OPENING: DEC. 1 NEW OWNERS MONDAY thru SAT: 5 A.M. to 4 P.M. SERVING BREAKFASTS and LUNCHES DOWN TOWN CAFE 37 SO. MAIN STREET FIRST WISCONSIN CHARGE CARD ID 145 83 FWCC JAMES TURNER GOOD THRU*- SUBJECT TO TERMS ON REVERSE SIDE th0 SGaSOn when you'll be shopping at a lot of stores. Be sure to take along your First Wisconsin Charge Card. It gives you., charging convenience at many places where you wouldn't ordinarily have a charge account. Hiway Furniture IS OPEN SUNDAY Tomorrow 1 to 5 P.M. FURNITURE SALE On La-Z-Boy Recliners ... Flexsteel Sofas and Chairs . . . All Lamps ... All Lounge Chairs and Rockers ... Drive [carefully] out to Siker's Hiway Furniture Store [opposite Holiday Inn on Milton Ave]... Here is your great opportunity to purchase furniture for your home or for Christmas Gifts ... BUY NOW Af JANUARY PRICES La-Z-Boy Recliners as low as All Lamps in stock at Flexsteel Sofas as low as 20% OFF ... $ 189 95 OPENS SUNDAY 1 to 5 pjn. YES We're OPEN EVERY NITE TILL 9 ALL YEAR AROUND (Except on Saturdays till 5) • FREE DELIVERY HyWay Furniture Hy. 26 Across From Holiday Inn

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