•&',' kV Hello World Westgate pastor honored at farewell Two new deputies O'Brien is County Deputy Sheriff Tom O'Brien, 32, co-owner of O'Brien Bros. Drug Store of Sumner, has accepted an appointment as Deputy Sheriff in Bremer County. He is one of two new deputies, sworn in last Monday at Waverly by Bremer County Supervisor Reinhard Buhr of Buck Creek. The other newly appointed deputy is Michael Tripolino, 22. Hospital Notes Admitted: Feb. 10: Mrs. Wm. Kime, Sumner, maternity; Steven Burrows, Sumner, medical. Feb. 12: Michael Kasemeier, Sumner, medical. Feb. 13: Mrs. Adolph Erase, Sumner, medical. Feb. 14: Kimberly Oleson, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Reinhard Judisch,' Sumner, medical; Walter Munkel, Sumner, medical; George Polege, Sumner, medical. Feb. 15: Mrs. Mary Schult, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Maude Howard, Sumner, medical; Louis Schwerin, Sumner, medical; Henry Suhr, Westgate, medical; Ella Timm, Sumner, medical; Brenda Gehrke, Sumner, medical. Feb. 16: Maude Bullard, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Herman Lange, Westgate, medical; Mrs. Mathilda Engelke, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Amelia Masterpole, Sumner, medical; John Lamprecht, Sumner, medical; Elmer Miller, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Justena Webster, Sumner, medical; Mrs. Rodney Gehrke, Sumner, medical. Discharged: Feb. 10: James Trainor, Jr.; Don Speed, Fayette, trans, to •Allen Hospital; Lottie Wendland, trans, to Allen Hosp. Feb. 11: Glen Lentz, Sumner, trans, to Allen Hospital. Feb. 12: Sonja Stolfus. Feb. 13: Steven Burrows. Feb. 14: Michael Kasemeier. Feb. 15: Mrs. Adolph Brase. Feb. 16: Mrs. Wm. Kime and baby; Harry Wilson; Nellie Eitel, Hawkeye. The two began their duties immediately after being sworn in. O'Brien is a 1961 graduate of Sumner Community High School and was awarded a Bachelor of Arts degree in business at Upper Iowa University, Fayette. He has had six years of experience as an officer on the Decorah Police Department. For the past four years, he has operated O'Brien Bros. Drug in partnership with his brother, Jim. It was a sundry store and later a drug store after a full-time pharmacist was obtained. O'Brien is married and he and his wife Darlene have one child. They plan to continue residing in the Sumner area. THE ULTIMATE COOKING SYSTEM PUBLIC SALE DATE Orson Kauffman will hold a public auction of farm equipment, livestock and miscellaneous items at the farm three miles east and one quarter of a mile north of Sumner on Saturday, Feb. 21, starting at 12:30 p.m. Listed on the sale bill published on page 12 of this issue are 10 registered horses and equipment (Paints and Quarter horses), exotic cattle and equipment and some household goods. There will be a lunch wagon on the grounds. Public Auction Listings Thursday, Feb. 19 — H. N. Kluesner Farm Auction — Waterloo. Saturday, Feb. 21 — Ralph Bolte Farm Auction — Tripoli. Saturday, Feb. 26 — C. K. & M. G. Crawford Farm Auction — Shell Rock. Tuesday & Wednesday, Mar. 2 & 3 — Indiana Draft Horse Breeders Show & Sale, Indianapolis. Saturday, Mar. 6 — Henry Loebeck Household and Real Estate — Readlyn. Monday, Mar. 8 — Darwin Hofer Farm Auction — Oelwein. Tuesday & Wednesday, Mar. 9 & 10 — Tri-State Breeders Draft Horse Show and Sale, Cedar Rapids. Tripolino graduated from St. Ambrose College, Dubuque, with a Bachelor of Arts degree in law enforcement. He is not married and plans lo reside in Waverly. According to Bremer County Sheriff Bill Westcndorf. the addition of the two new deputies brings his staff to six full-lime county deputies. This will make possible an expansion of night patrol in Bremer County to" a seven day a week, around the clock service. Westcndorf said Ihc 24-hour patrols will mean a minimum of one officer per shift and two men and two cars on patrol the majority of the lime. QUILT Mrs. Mary Welsh of Waukon was presented with an unusual Christmas gift. Each of her II children, their spouses and her 64 grandchildren contributed a patch in the shape of their own hand to make a quilt of nearly 90 squares. Ten of her children were home for Christmas and presented ihe quill at a family reunion. Thursday, Mar. 11 Leary Farm Auction • • Kraft and 1 Waverly. JENNAIR GRILL-RANGE Beyond the basics, there's only Jenn-Air. Built-in ventilator draws off smoke, odors, spatters instantly. Unique electric grill lets you enjoy char-flavor foods year-round. Convertible cooktops quick-change from range to grill to rotisserie to shish kebaber to griddle to deep fryer. Only Jenn-Air has it all. Come see. Meyer Hardware of Sumner, Inc. Saturday, Mar. 13 — Alfred Kehe Farm Auction — Readlyn. Sunday, Mar. 14: Furniture & Antique Consignment Sale at Waverly 4-H Building, Fairgrounds, Waverly. Saturday, Mar. 20 — Bertha Peters Estate, Real Estate and Household — Readlyn. Friday, Mar. 26 — Albert Jahnke Estate Household & Antique — Bremer. Saturday, Mar. 27 — Enno- OeBoer Farm Auction — Allison. Sunday, Mar. 28 — Alta Gager Estate, Household and Antique — Hawkeye. Saturday, Apr. 3 — Kenneth McMelrmy Household and Antique — Waverly. Sunday, Apr. A — Francis Pint Farm Auction — Tripoli. Thursday, Apr. 8 — Albert Jahnke Estate Livestock & Farm Auction — Bremer. Saturday, Apr. 17 — A. W. (Smltty) Smith - Household, Antique and Phony Equipment — Waterloo. Auction Sales By ARNOLD HEXOM Waverly, Iowa Ph. (319)352-3083 39 Years' Experience Selling at Auction ALL SALES APPRECIATED \IMl-. Matthew David born Feb. 10 at Sumner Community Memorial Hospital. Weight 9 Ibs. 11 07.. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kime of Sumner. HARMS, Katie Mae born Feb. 10 at Waverly Municipal Hospital in Waverly. Weight 9 Ibs. 3 oz. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Logan Harms of Frederika. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Harms of Tripoli and Mr. and Mrs. Orson Kauffman of Sumner. DONAT, Amber Kay born Feb. 13 at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo. Weight 9 Ibs. 3 oz. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Kay Donat of Sumner. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Wil- bcrt Buhr of Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Donat of Randalia. PRU1SNER, Anthony Lee born Feb. 16 at Schoitz Hospital in Waterloo. Weight 8 Ibs. 9% oz. Parents are Mr. and Mrs. Craig Pruisner of Waterloo. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Pruisner of Sumner and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Conner of Fayette. Great grandmother is Mrs. Dorothy Wedemeier of Buck Creek. Great-great grand- moiher is Ida Kirchhoff of Waverly. Miller injured in accident Elmer Miller, Sumner Township farmer, was injured in a one-vehicle mishap on the black- lop road six miles north of Hawkeye at about 3:55 p.m. Monday. Miller was brought to Sumner Community Memorial Hospital for treatment of cuts and bruises. He was riding in a pickup truck, driven by his son, Tom, when they hit slush several inches deep on Ihe highway. The slush spun lhe vehicle around out of control and Ihe passenger side door flew open. Both Miller and his son were thrown from the cab through ihe passenger door opening. A heifer calf was also thrown from ihe pickup box. It wasn't injured, and Tom Miller also escaped injury. Extensive damage resulted to the pickup, a 1967 Chevrolet. The Country Buddies Playing at The Chuckwagon Saturday, Feb. 21 9 p.m. Knittle Corners 8 .., Now, there are 2 great AmslrmiQ NO-WAX FLOORS Over 1,000,000 homemakers have stopped waxing... with Solariari Isn't n lime YOU slopped waxing? Because Solanan has a richly embossed Mirabond" wear surface lhal keeps its high gloss far longer than an ordinary vinyl floor. Every limp you mop il clean, it really does look jusl-waxed! Free Installation on minimum of 12 yards laid. A cushioned no-wax floor at a budget price! II If you think you can't afford a no-wax floor, think again! Sundial is a high-styled decorator- type Moor with a Mirabond wear surface lhal gleams brightly with a jusl-waxed look each lime vou mop it clean. A loam inner cushion gives you more cornlorl underfoot. Free Installation on minimum of 12 yards laid. Wenthe Carpet & Drapery 112 E. 1st St. Sumner, Iowa Phone 515-224-3230 Norma Klummer WESTGATE — A large group of persons attended the farewell potluck dinner Sunday honoring Pastor Lloyd Bickel and family who are moving to Auburn, Ind. Guest pastors were from Oelwcin, Klinger, Fairbank and Sumner. The Lutheran Church Women presented a gift of a picture for their home and a purse Of money was presented from the St. Peter congregation. Mr. and Mrs. Rollyn Stedman and family of Fairbank and Mr. and Mrs. Marlin Stedman and family of Aurora were weekend guests in the parental Doug Stedman home. Pastor and Mrs. Roger Btihr and family of Albert Lea, Minn., were Sunday overnight guests in the Edwin Decker home. Mrs. Bert Kasemeier of Sumner was a Wednesday afternoon visitor in the Mrs. Will Sabin home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Tellin and Mr. and Mrs. Larry Sabin were Sunday afternoon visitors. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lockard and Tommy of Oelwein were Wednesday evening visitors with Mrs. David Kauten. Mr. and Mrs. Philip Kauten, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kauten and family and Stephanie Newcomer, all of Waterloo, were Sunday visitors with Mrs. David Kauten. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Plaster and Mrs. Chris Decker were Sunday callers with Mrs. Will Uttecht. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cannon were callers earlier in the week. Mr. and Mrs. John Bunn entertained at a party al their home Saturday afternoon in honor of Jamie's sixth birthday anniversary. Guests were Jamie Gordon, Eric Smith, Walter Heller, Brian Bartz and Derek Decker. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plaster and Mr. and Mrs. Sam Bartels were Tuesday afternoon visitors and luncheon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Bartels at Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Reiter were Friday luncheon and supper guests in the Al Bachman home in Cedar Rapids in honor of their sixth wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Lauck of Oelwein were Wednesday afternoon visitors in the Clarence Wolf home. Sylvia Adrain was a Sunday afternoon visitor with Mrs. Wren Vargason al Oelwein. Mrs. Will Uttecht spent from Tuesday until Friday with Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mayo and Albert Uttecht at Hawkeye. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plaster were Sunday evening visitors in the Carl Steinbronn home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burggraf visited his sister, Mrs. Viola Pluemer, a patient at Finley Hospital at Dubuque, on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Burggraf were Sunday dinner guests in the Roger Schubel home at' Marion. Mr. and Mrs. John Bunn and family were Sunday dinner guests in the David Bunn home at Maynard in honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of Jamie Bunn. Mr. and Mrs. Werner Plaster, SCHOOL BOARD TO MEET The Board of Directors of the Sumner Community Schools will meet at 8:00 p.m. on Monday, Feb. 23, in the Office of the Superintendent at the junior high school building. DEAN'S LIST Samuel C. Freitag, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Freitag of Waterloo, former Sumner residents, has been named to the fall term Dean's List of Coe College in Cedar Rapids. He was one of the 184 Coe College students to achieve this honor. Kemy and Ernest Lang, Mrs. Larry Heller and Ernstine Vaudt attended the funeral Thursday afternoon of Mrs. Albert Uttecht al the United Methodist Church in Alpha. SUMNER GAZETTE Thursday, Feb. 19, 1976 Page3 7:30-7:30 Sun. 9:00-12:00 Live Music "The Country Chords" We will celebrate our first leap year anniversary Saturday, Feb. 28 Register For Prizes Center Valley Supper Club Harry & Evelyn Bearman and Employees FARM LOANS We have private mortgage money available at competitive rates for area farmers. FARM PURCHASING REMODELING MODERNIZING NEW BUILDINGS HOME REFINANCING ADDITIONAL LAND EXPANSION CONSOLIDATION OFFICE P. P. M. Inc Boscobel, WRITE Box 454 Fayette, Iowa 52142 Wisconsin CALL (319)425-4307 Fayette, Iowa HATCHET SALE Prices Chopped Down To Sell Feb. 19-20-21 Boys Shirts Knit and Sport Long Sleeve OFF Sport Coats Woven and Double Knit Plains and Patterns Suits Double Knit and Woven. Sizes 36-46 OFF Jackets Men's and Boys' Winter Weight OFF 20% RIBBECK Clothing «,, People know a great car when they see it Chrysler Cordoba Is Cordoba successful because of itsaffordability? YES! Cordoba's base sticker price is only $5,392, excluding state and local taxes and destination charges. And that's thousands less than Thunderbird and Riviera! Is Cordoba successful because of its looks and luxury? YES! Despite its surprising affordability, Cordoba offers many luxuries standard. As for the looks, they speak for themselves. niKYSM-K Is Cordoba's success one of the reasons for its outstanding resale value? YES! 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