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Sioux Falls, South Dakota
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Monday, April 30, 1990
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South Dakota Digest Argus Leader, Sioux Falls, S.D. Monday, April 30, 1990 3C Lotto America MADISON, Wis. (AP) A Fond du Lac convenience store sold the one ticket that correctly matched all six numbers chosen Saturday night to crack the $19.6 million Lotto America jackpot, Wisconsin lottery, spokesman Steve Madsen said. An employee at Farrell's Country Store, located on South Main St., sold the ticket as a quick-pick, Madsen said. No one immediately stepped forward to claim the prize, but Farrell's employees told lottery officials they received a phone call Sunday from someone who indicated possession of the winning ticket, Madsen said. Farrell's manager Jim Hol-zheimer said he expected the winner to come forward today and said the store would be ready. Sioux Falls Police Saturday Vandalism, 3300 W. Russell St Burglary, 508 N. Nesmith Ave. Warrant served, 12th Street and Ebenezer Avenue. Warrant served, 10th Street and Cleveland Avenue. Disorderly calls, 730 S. First Ave. Larceny, 1932 S. Menlo Ave. Vandalism, 702 W. 11th St Assault, 223 N. Minnesota Ave. Drunken driving, Madison Street and Helen Avenue. Warrant served, 1504 W. Russell St. Warrant served, 21st Street and Norton Avenue. Warrant served, 511 W. 19th St. Shoplifting, 4001 W. 41st St. Larceny, 4001 W. 41st St. Liquor violation, 300 block S. Second Avenue. Disorderly conduct, 330 S. First Ave. Liquor violation, 22nd Street and Kiwanis Avenue. Larceny, 3300 W. Russell St Juvenile shoplifting, 1601 W. 41st St. Drunken driving, 300 block E. Eighth Street. Prowler, 1102 W. Sioux St Liquor violation, 1919 Richard Road, No. 71. Disorderly calls, 523 W. Ninth St. Liquor violation, 12th Street and Hawthorne Avenue. Disorderly conduct, 1102 W. Sioux St Drunken driving, 215 N. Dakota Ave. , Deaths Sioux Falls Long-time 'Argus' ad manager Clarence DeLong, dies at 84 Clarence DeLong, 84, of 5004 W. 45th St., died Sunday in Sioux Valley Hospital. Clarence DeLong was born April 29, 1906, m j Canton and was graduated from Washington High School in 1925. He was in the music business from 1926 to 1939 and was director of De-Long's Cataract Hotel Orchestra, clarence He was director , of DeLong's DeLong Blue Seal Orchestra which was pro- the first sponsored musical gram on KSOO Radio by Fenn's Blue Seal Nougat Bar Office. He married Fern M. Anderson July 3, 1931, in Sioux Falls. He was director of DeLong Askew Orchestra from 1936 to 1939. He served in World War II from June Jessie Sorenson Jessie Sorenson, 88, of Rural Route 1, died Friday at 1201 S. Euclid Ave. Jessie Wedgwood was born Nov. 22, 1901, in t ? Trent where she t ' grew up and h was graduated f " from Trent. Y".-fY High School in i . i 1919. She at- K jQ tended and was " t I graduated from IV l : South Dakota i ' , . - V -State University .; --. . , in 1923. She-', taught school in . . Elkton for a few Jessie Sorenson years prior to her marriage to Leonard Sorenson Dec. 8, 1927, in New York City. They lived in Hicksville, N.Y. for many years where she taught home economics in the high school. They moved to Spokane, Wash, where they lived until the time of Leonard's death in October 1984. She then moved to Sioux Falls where she lived with her niece, Lois Yager. Survivors include one sister, Gladys Olsen, Silver Spring, Md.; three nieces: Lois Yager, Sioux Falls, Phyllis Vanden Berg, Silver Spring, Md.; and Doris Amble, Aberdeen; and two nephews: Neal Olsen, Shafter, Calif.; and Ralph Skadson, Ann Arbor, Mich. Committal services will begin at 11 a.m. Wednesday in Dell Rapids Cemetery, Dell Rapids. Visitation will begin at 4 p.m. today in Miller Funeral Home. State Ray Paye CAVOUR Ray "Bud" Paye, r t . t i Disorderly conduct 305 N. Main Ave. Assault 908 W. 11th St Sunday Drunken driving, 4400 Ronning Drive. Narcotics, City of Sioux Falls. Drunken driving, 1000 block N. Main Avenue. Warrant served, 41st Street and Louise Avenue. Warrant served, 1000 block N. Main Avenue. - Warrant served, Seventh Street and Dakota Avenue. False impersonation, 39th Street and Minnesota Avenue. Disorderly conduct 600 N. Cliff Ave. Warrant served, 600 N. Cliff Ave. Warrant served, 600 N. Cliff Ave. Vandalism, 2500 W. Madison Street Burglary, 2101 W. 41st Street Warrant served, 501 N. Dakota Ave. Liquor violation, 11th Street and Western Avenue. Burglary, 1400 N. Minnesota Ave. Larceny, 141 N. Main Ave. Vandalism, 713 W. 16th St Fire calls Saturday Grease fire, 1400 N. Weber Ave. Injury accident 10th Street and Cleveland Avenue. Garage fire, 6401 W. 53rd St. House fire, 728 S. First Ave. Sunday Smoke in house, 1001 S. Walts Ave. Gas smell, 2500 W. Madison Ave. Births McKeiman A girl to Deborah and Gary Johnson, rural Lennox, Saturday. A boy to Tawnia Tonga and Darren Tennant 627 W. 20th St, Sunday. Sioux Valley A boy to Troy and Angela Drenth, Burbank, Thursday. A boy to Steven and Rachel Langner, Madison, Friday. A girl to Dan Hein and Kristy Miller, 3300 S. Westbrook Lane, Saturday. Out of town A girl to John and Jana (Timmer) Bastain, Pierre, Saturday 1943 to November 1945, obtaining the rank of staff sergeant He was employed by the Argus Leader as retail advertising manager from 1941 until his retirement in 1970. His wife preceded him in death Jan. 6, 1984. He received the Don Douthit Award in 1978 from the Civic Fine Arts Association. He was a past president of Sertoma Club, and charter member of J.D. Chapter Dale Carnegie Club International. He was a member of the YMCA Camera Club, and a board member of the Civic Fine Arts Center. Survivors include one sister, Cecil DeLong, Chicago, 111. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Miller Funeral Home, with burial in Woodlawn Cemetery. The family requests that expressions of sympathy take the form of donations to the Civic Fine Arts Center. 67, rural Cavour, died Thursday in his home. Ray "Bud" Paye was born April 27, 1922, in Cavour. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II and then married Mildred An-daresen Aug. 11, 1946, in Huron. They lived in the Cavour area where they farmed. Survivors include his wife; one son, Terry, Huron; three daughters: Norene Paye, Wolsey; Shirley Evans, Kerkhoven, Minn.; and Paula Jo Paye, Wilmar, Minn.; his mother, Hilda Paye, Cavour; seven grandchildren; one great-grandchild; one brother, Leonard, Cavour; two sisters: Mrs. Clarence (Ruth) Krutzfeldt Virgil; Mrs. Max (Betty) Pa-tridge, LaMirada, Calif. Services will begin at 10:30 a.m. today in First Presbyterian Church, Huron, with burial in Restlawn Memory Gardens, Huron, with military rites. Visitation will be prior to the services at the church. Welter Funeral Home, Huron, is in charge of arrangements. Loren Bonnes Loren E. Bonnes, 54, Huron, died Friday in Sioux Valley Hospital Loren E. Bonnes was born Aug. 24, 1935, in Wessington and moved to Huron as a young boy. He served in the U.S. Army from 1958 to 1960. He was employed by Chicago Northwestern Railroad and then was employed by D.M.E. Railroad. Survivors include his mother, Vera Bonnes, Huron; one sister, Mrs. Vern (Carolyn) Springfield, Madison, Neb.; and his fiance, Bev Ames, Huron. Marriage Licenses Minnehaha County David B. Hollingsworth, 34, and Carol Phalen Wallner, 32, both of Sioux Falls. Raymond C. Pool, Jr., 26, and Dawn L. Kuyper, 25, both of Sioux Falls. Donald L. Weller, 62, and Patricia Marie Lehr, 42, both of Bellevue, Neb. Marty Eugene Hefner, 29, and Kimberlee Kay Spicer, 26, both of Sioux Falls. Troy Earl Christenson, 20, Adrian, Minn., and Lyla Lynn Arends, 19, Ellsworth, Minn. Greg Alan DeBoer, 27, and Brenda Renee Dale, 27, both of Sioux Falls. Jeffrey Jim Poppenga, 28, and Deann Marie Randall, 29, both of Sioux Falls. David A. BonnelL 34, and Carol Rislov, 43, both of Appleton, Wis. Kevin Scott Heppler, 33, and Cindy Kaye Hehn, 28, both of Sioux Falls. Gene Alvin Weber, 62, La Center, Wash., and Joyce E. Hatch, 60, Sioux Falls. Bryan Lee Knock, 23, and Nancy Joy Geppert, 20, both of Sioux Falls. C. Donald Swenson, 65, and Irene Rose Stearns, 58, both of Sioux Falls. James Francis Hoxsie, 27, Rock Valley, Iowa, and Ada Maria Johnson, 20, Brandon. Dennis James Drieman, 23, and Patti Kay Nordmark, 19, both of Sioux Falls. David Max Zastrow, 29, and Pamela Marie Barton, 21, both of Sioux Falls. Clyde E. Twiggs, 48, and Mar-lene B. Fast Horse, 33, both of Sioux Falls. Kevin James Smith, 21, and Jennifer Leigh Hines, 18, both of Sioux Falls. Michael Clark Fodness, 24, and Christine F. Hay, 26, both of Sioux Falls. Todd William Brannan, 25, and Klista Kim Brookens, 23, both of Sioux Falls. Troy A. Larson, 23, Andover, and Deana J. Kutzler, 24, Huron. Walter J. Michaelson, 51, Burke, and Brenda L. Gacke, 50, Brandon. Keith Al Braun, 43, and Carmen Jean Larsen, 43, both of Brandon. Michael Jon Neumann, 26, and Patricia Ann Dissing, 25, both of Sioux Falls. Services will begin at 2:30 p.m. Tuesday in Welter Funeral Home, Huron, with burial in Restlawn Memory Gardens, Huron. ; Visitation will be this afternoon and evening in the funeral home. Emma Quam HURON Emma Quam, 76, Huron, died Saturday in Huron Regional Medical Center. Emma Neitzert was born July 22, 1913, in Huron. She was employed by Armour and Company for approximately 20 years, retiring in 1947. She married Sanford Quam June 9, 1947, in Huron. He died May 28, 1983. Survivors include one son, Larry, Huron; three daughters: Mrs. Gerald (Linda) Lyerla, Huron; Mrs. Donald (Sandra) Graham and Mrs. Michael (Norene) Rodman, both of Rapid City; eight grandchildren; and one sister, Mrs. Herbert (Pauline) Er-icksen, Huron. Services will begin at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday in Mount Calvary Lutheran Church, Huron, with burial in Riverside Cemetery, Huron. Visitation will be Tuesday afternoon and evening in Welter Fu-r neral Home, Huron, and prior to the services at the church on Wednesday. Gordon Genzlinger HOWARD Gordon Genzlinger, 72, Howard, died Sunday in his home. Gordon Genzlinger was born Sept. 28, 1917, in Miner County. He married Geraldine Callies Sept 11, 1940, in Howard. They farmed until his retirement Survivors include his wife; two sons: Winston, Fond du Lac, Wis.; and Greg, Winner; two daughters, Mona Dickhaut, Winner; and Ja-neen FarrelL Sioux Falls; seven grandchildren; and two brothers: Nowc heating & Plumbing, Inc." Residential Remodeling Commercial Construction Faucets repaired & replaced Sales & Service "Quality Work 339-2020 420 E. 8th Reasons to have a will To provide for your minor To minimize inheritance taxes To insure you, not the state, selects your beneficiaries. Basic Wills $50 "NO FEE FOR INITIAL CONSULTATION" Hunt, Haugaard & Rahn Attorneys at Law Phone Suite 100. Hanson EJdg.. 107 as Pets The Sioux Falls Humane Society Pet Adoption Center, 2001 N. Third Ave., is open from 8 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Saturday. The center has these pets available: Chihuahuadachshund, 6-week-old male and female. Husky mixes, 6-week-old litter. Nice. Golden retrievercollie, 6-week-old litter. Blue heeler cross, 5-week-old male and female. Mom is a great cattle dog. Terrier cross, 4-month-old female. Good with children. Knows sit and down. Medium mixed breed, 10-week-old male and female. Cute. Mom was friendly. Terripoo, 6-year-old female. Housebroken. Friendly. Good with older children. Labheeler, 8-week-oId litter. Mom is a purebred lab who is friendly. Beautiful puppies. CollieDoberman, 6-week-old male and female. Smooth coats. Healthy and friendly. Spitzred heeler, 6-week-old males and females. Irresistable. Lab mixes, 6-week-old litter. Mom looks purebred. Shepherdlab mix, 6-week-old puppies. Friendly, large litter. Purebred Siberian husky, 9-month-old male. Pretty. Good with children, dogs and cats. Friendly and obedient Large mixed breed, 6-week-old male. Fluffy and playful. Poodle mix, 5-month-old male. Friendly, but submissive. PomeranianPekingese, 1-year-old spayed female. Good lap dog for senior citizen. Not a child's dog. Housebroken, needs fenced yard. Chesapeakechocolate lab, 6-month-old female. Active. Has been at center five weeks, needs a home. Golden retriever, 10-month-old male Good with children. Plays frisbee. Outdoor dog. Cocker spaniel mix, 6'2-month-old female. Black. Good with children. Housebroken seven hours. Lovable. Small mixed breed, 1 4-month-old female. Used to older chilren. Housebroken. Likes baths, brushing. Terrierpoodle, 1 -year-old female. Good with children. House-broken four hours. Shy with strangers. Cocker spaniel mix, 18- Alvin, Rapid City; and Junior, Howard. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in St. John's Catholic Church, Howard, with burial in St John's Cemetery, Howard. Visitation will be from 9 a.m. to 9 ' p.m., with a prayer service beginning at 7:30 p.m., today, in Willoughby Funeral Home, Howard. Vernon Adams MITCHELL Vernon G. Adams, 77, a long-time Mitchell resident, died Saturday in the Methodist Hospital, Mitchell. Vernon G. Adams was born Feb. 20, 1913, on farm near Ethan where he was raised. He married June Pearl Wendelboe July 28, 1943, in Mitchell. He was employed by Hardware Supply and Plainsco until his retirement He then worked at Sunshine Grocery. Survivors include his wife; two daughters: Mrs. Ken (Marlene) Martish, Mitchell; and Mrs. Steve (Elaine) Rhoades, Dell Rapids; six grandchildren; one great-granddaughter; four brothers: Bill, Mitchell; James, Portland, Ore.; Harold, Huntington Beach, Calif.; and Norman, Ethan; and one sister, Mrs. Norbert (Doris) Darling, Mitchell. Services will begin at 2 p.m. Tuesday in Bittner Funeral Chapel, Mitchell, with burial in Hillcrest Cemetery, Ethan. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m. today in the funeral home. Wenzel Huebl WHITE LAKE Wenzel Huebl, 87, White Lake, died Sunday in St Joseph Hospital, Mitchell. Services will begin at 10 a.m. Tuesday in St Peters Catholic Church. White Lake, with burial in Since 1940" Radio Dispatched Truck 1 U children 334 - 1121 General Practice East 1 1th St.. Sioux Falls. SD month-old male. Likes children. Housebroken eight hours, not destructive. Friendly. Needs fenced yard. , Poodle mix, female. Friendly, though shy. Needs loving home. Husky, adult female. Eager to learn and to please. Leashbroken, well-mannered stray. ChihuahuaPomeranian, 2-y ear-old male. Good with children. Housebroken, doesn't chew things. Watchdog. Prefers older couple. Purebred cocker spaniel, 1-year-old male. Good with children, housebroken. Not destructive. Loving. Scared by cats. Border collieAustralian shepherd, 4-month-old female. Too active for youngsters. Friendly. Knows sit stay, lay and come. Has started working cattle and sheep. Not destructive. Good farm dog. Collielab, 1-year-old male. Housebroken eight hours. Well-mannered. Good in car. Can be an outside dog with a dog house. Black lab, lVryear-old female. Housebroken and good with children. Knows Lay, stay, sit and fetch. She is gun shy. Not destructive. Good family dog. Australian shepherdgreyhoundspring spaniel, 6-month-old male. Good disposition. Friendly. Knows shake hands, comes to his name. Likes children. Not destructive. Sheltie Australian shepherd, Vr year-old female. Good with youngsters. Not destructive or a barker. Friendly and good around livestock. Smart dog, learns fast. Protects family and is a good farm dog. Lhasa apso, 9-month-old male. Black and white. Needs to be leashed or in a fenced yard. Likes to wander off. Friendly. Purebred cocker spaniel, 7-year-old spayed female. Blonde. Housebroken all day. Has run of the house. Friendly, not destructive. Used to older children. Comes with bed. Blue tick coonhound, young female. Friendly, good voice. Australian shepherdcollie, 6-month-old female. Friendly dog. Has been at center since March. Needs a good home. Black lab, 2yryear-old spayed female. Gentle. Needs a fenced yard Likes children. Shar Peisheltieterrier, 5-week-old litter. Two males and four females. ' Also Yorkies, poodles and a Bichon. All kennel dogs, purebreds that need homes. These are some of the cats and St Peters Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be from 7 to 9 p.m., with a rosary beginning at J. p.m., today in the church. , Bittner Funeral Chapel, -Mitchell, is in charge of arrangements. Charles Hoffman SALEM Charles I. Hoffman, 61, Salem, died Sunday in Sioux Valley Hospital. Arrangements are pending with Kinzley Funeral Home, Salem. Region Margaret Hatting ASHTON, Iowa Margaret E. Hatting, 94, Ashton, Iowa, died Saturday in a care center in Sibley, Iowa. Margaret E. Meinen was born Dec. 24, 18S5, in Ashton and attended St. Joseph Parochial School. She married Ben Hatting Feb. 11, 1918, in Ashton. They farmed and lived in the Ashton area. Her husband preceded her in death Oct. 4, 1968. She continued to live in the Ashton area until entering the care center in 1986. She was a Gold Star Mother and a member of Ashton Legion Auxiliary, VFW 'Auxiliary and Our Lady of Perpetual Help Catholic Church. Survivors include three sons: Clarence, Brigham City, Utah; Andrew, Bathell, Wash.; and Eldon, Alton, Iowa; five daughters: Mrs. Dick (Alma) Hons, Sheldon, Iowa; Mrs. Gordon (Elda) Keeton, Mitchell; Mrs. Duane (Elaine) Wellendorf, Ashton, Iowa; Mrs. Robert (Delia) Wesselink, Decatur, 111.; and Mrs. Donald (Marjorie) O'Toole, Sibley, Iowa; 24 grandchildren; 25 Your Hearing isa Priceless Gift. 11 1 &0UXFaU5 "earing ocrvicc lino kittens now available at the Humane Society Pet Adoption Center: Tortoishell, spayed female. De-clawed. Litterbox trained. Indoor cat only. Timid at first Persian, lij-year-old female. Smoke color; likes to be brushed. Prefers adults and older children. Calico, 2-year-old female. Good with children. Used to dogs and other cats. Friendly, calm and outgoing. Black and white, medium-haired, 9-month-old male. Likes children, is outgoing. Good na-tured and playful. Calico, 9-month-old female. Medium-haired. Timid, loving. Good with children and other cats. Orange and white, female. Litter trained. Friendly stray. Tan and white, 4y2-year-old neutered male. Declawed. Likes adults, but hides from children. Has no bad habits. Calm. White with gray, short-haired adult male. Affectionate. Uses litterbox. OK with dogs. Orange and white, young adult male. Declawed. Unclaimed stray. Friendly. White with gray tiger, 7-month-old male. Friendly, outgoing. Not used to children. Tortie with white, 8-month-old female. Short-haired. Spayed, declawed. Good with children, dogs and cats. Affectionate and sweet Also kittens: Siamese mix, Manx mixes, long- and short-haired in all colors. Six weeks and older. Compiled by Denlse D. Tucker and Jen Deselms "5 Pet of the week This husky mix is 7 weeks old and would like to have a fenced yard and maybe children to play with and can be a house dog or outside pet. If you would like to adopt, stop by the Humane Society Pet Adoption Center, 2001 N. Third Ave. great-grandchildren; one brother, Louis, Ashton, Iowa; and two sisters: Anne Schelle, Chamberlain; and Christine Petersen, Council Bluffs, Iowa. Services will begin at 10:30 a.m. Thursday in Our Lady of Perpetual Help, Ashton, with burial in St Mary's Cemetery, Ashton. Visitation will be from 1 to 9 p.m. Wednesday in Walton-Roste Funeral Home, Ashton. A Catholic Daughter's rosary will begin at 4 p.m. Wednesday and a parish rosary will begin at 7:30 p.m. Wednesday in the funeral home. Edwin Daniels PIPESTONE, Minn. Edwin Daniel Daniels, 63, Pipestone, died Sunday in Royal C. Johnson Veteran Memorial Hospital. Edwin Daniel Daniels was born March 23, 1927, in Moody County. He was raised in the Pipestone area and was graduated from Pipestone High School in 1947. He served in the U.S. Navy during World War II. He married Betty McCorkell June 18, 1960, in Redwood Falls, Minn. They lived in Red Wing, Minn., where he was employed by a boat factory and then worked for Red Wing Shoe Co. In 1971 they returned to Pipestone where he was employed by a boat factory. He had open heart surgery in April 1981 and suffered a heart attack in January 1985. j Survivors include his wife; one son, Daniel, Pipestone; and one sister, Mrs. Harm (Dora) Sanders, Bradenton, Fla. j Memorial services will begin at , 1:30 p.m. Tuesday in Walz Funeral Chapel, Pipestone, with burial in New Woodland Cemetery, Pipestone. Visitation will begin one hour prior to the services at the funeral home on Tuesday. i Don't Take It For Granted.... i A ' J C i. Minnesota

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