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Police & court Wed., Dec. 14.1983 The Northwestern -20? Man put on probation Hearing dates set A 19-year-old Waukau man was given 18 months probation in Winnebago County Circuit Court today for conduct causing bodily harm. Judge Thomas S. Williams sentenced Mark A. Palfrey. 2875 Highway 116, Waukau, and ordered that he spend the first 60 days of the probationary period in the county jail. The charge had been reduced from conduct regardless of life. According to the complaint. Palfrey stabbed 19-year-old George Harris of Waukau in the stomach Oct. 31 in the Parking lot of Lynn's Bar, Waukau. In another sentencing today, Judge William E. Crane issued three one-year jail terms to a 25-year-old Oshkosh man on two counts of theft and one count of entry of a locked vehicle. Crane said the jail terms for Richard L. Andre, 2353 Comet Ave., are to be served concurrently with any previous sentences. The three counts against Andre stem from the Sept. 13 break-ins of two cars in the town of Utica, the complaint said. Two Oshkosh men charged with felony counts of receiving stolen property made their initial appearances in Winnebago County Circuit Court Monday. Appearing before Judge Robert A. Hawley were David J. Christianson, 19, 821 Mallard Ave., and Timothy Tank, 18, 435 N. Westfield St. Hawley set Monday preliminary hearings for both men. They are accused of receiving 1,382 pounds of stainless steel from a November theft at Enterprise Steel Fab, Inc., 101 E. Snell Road, Oshkosh. The steel was valued at 61,382. Radar equipment stolen Radar detection equipment valued at $270 was stolen Monday night from the car of Emil Freidel, Downers Grove, 111. Oshkosh police said the theft took place while the car was parked at the Holiday Inn, 500 S. Koeller St., where Freidel was spending the night. Tools valued at $530 were taken recently from the car of Michael Hammerle, 1317 Southland Ave., Oshkosh. Ham-merle told police the tools were stolen from his car while it was parked in the lot of his apartment complex. Obituaries Evangeline Levy Brady Evangeline Levy Brady, 88, a former Oshkosh resident who lived in DeKalb, 111., died in DeKalb Monday. She was born April 25, 1895, in Oshkosh, the daughter of William and Laura Williamson Levy. She married Thomas Brady in June 1929. He is deceased. Surviving are one stepdaughter, Madeline Carter, Santa Monica, Calif.; one brother, William Levy, Santa Barbara, Calif.; and one sister, Mrs. Fred (Lorna) Fritz, Racine. Services will be Thursday in St. Mary's Church in DeKalb. Zingler services NEENAH Services for Rubin R. Zingler, 75, Nee-nah, who died Monday evening, will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in Trinity Lutheran Church, Menasha, the Rev. Paul Shackel officiating. Burial will be in Graceland Cemetery, Clintonville. He was born June 20, 1908, in the town of Belle Plain, the son of John and Louise Zahn Zingler. He married Velda Rallies Nov. 28, 1943, in the town of Angelica. Mr. Zingler had been a Neenah resident since 1951. He was a carpenter for many years prior to his retirement and was a member of Trinity Lutheran Church, Menasha. Surviving are his widow; one daughter, Mrs. James (Karen) Grimes, Neenah; three sons, Rubin E. Zingler, Rosemount, Minn., John, Neenah, and Wayne, Menasha; one brother, Roland, Clintonville; one sister, Alta Campbell, Avon Park, Fla.; and five grandchildren. Friends may call at Kessler Funeral Home 4 to 9 p.m. Wednesday. A memorial has been established for the church. F. Ronald Larke MANAWA - F. Ronald Larke, 70, Manawa, died Monday in Appleton Memorial Hospital. He was born June 3, 1913, in the town of Weyauwega. He married Lillian Chich Jan. 9, 1937.. Mr. Larke was a lifelong resident of the Weyauwega-Manawa area. He graduated from Weyauwega High School in 1932. While living in Weyauwega, he worked for Ace Mfg. Co., Radtke's Recreation and for 12 years at the Shelp Drug Store. At this time, he was also assessor for the city of Weyauwega. In April 1964, he purchased the Pelzer Drug Store in Manawa, which he owned and operated until his retirement on Nov. 1, 1978. He became a Manawa resident in 1973. He was a member of St. Peter Evangelical Lutheran Church, Weyauwega, and served as its financial secretary. He was a member and past president of the Manawa Lions Club. Surviving are his widow; two sons, James, Hartford, Wis., and Thomas, Manawa; one brother, Grant, Golden, Colo.; four sisters, Violet Brewster and Fern Beckman, both of Appleton, Mrs. Lester (Jean) Breier, Waupaca, and Mrs. Melvin (Joan) Buchholz, Manawa; and four grandchildren. Services will be Thursday at 1:30 p.m. in St. Peter's Evangelical Lutheran Church, Weyauwega, the Rev. Paul Huth officiating. Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Weyauwega. Friends may call Wednesday from 4 to 8 p.m. and Thursday from 8 to 11 a.m. at Cline-Hanson-Dahlke Funeral Home, Manawa, and Thursday from 11 a.m. until the time of services at the church. A memorial has been established for the church. Anna E. Sedarski BERLIN Anna E. Sedarski, 87, Berlin, died at Juliette Manor Nursing Home early today. Arrangements are pending at Wiecki Funeral Home. Viola Schonasky - ADAMS Viola Harriet Schonasky, 77, of Adams, died Monday in Adams County Memorial Hospital. She was born Aug. 14, 1906, in the town of Coloma, the daughter of Raymond and Sadie Hobart Ely. She married William Schonasky on March 5, 1927, in Portage. He died Feb. 4, 1970. Surviving are three sons, William, Annandale, Va., and George and Donald, both of Adams; two daughters, Mrs. Robert (Shirley) Hayes, Dalton, and Darlene Ristau, Coloma; four sisters, Mary Young, Richmond, Minn., Owida Kutek, Ottawa, 111., Virginia Johnson, Rockford, 111., and Eleanor Ullman, Edgar, Wis.; 30 grandchildren and 17 great-grandchildren. Services will be at 1:30 p.m. Friday in the Wachholz-Krause Funeral Home, Markesan, the Rev. John Wegner officiating. Burial will be in Greenwood Cemetery in rural Dalton. .Friends may call from 6 to 9 p.m. Thursday at the funeral home. Sylvester Bartol PRINCETON Sylvester "Dick" Bartol, 78, Princeton, died Monday in Appleton Memorial Hospital. He was born July 6, 1905, in Princeton, the son of Ignatius and Mary Dudcenski Bartol. He married Lucill Oelke June 15, 1925, in Princeton. Mr. Bartol was a truck driver and shovel operator for 43 years for Koplin and Kimas of Green Lake. He served on the Princeton City Council for four years and was a member of St. John the Baptist Catholic Church. Surviving are his widow; one son, Dennis, Princeton; two brothers, Roman and Theodore, both of Princeton; and two grandchildren. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Friday in St. John the Baptist Catholic Church, with the Rev. Philip Krogman officiating. Burial will be in the Princeton City Cemetery. Friends may call from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday at Wach-bolz Funeral Home, where a parish prayer service will be ld at 7 p.m. Margaret Rose Schindler MENASHA Margaret Rose Schindler, 91, Menasha, died Wednesday morning in Oak Ridge Gardens. She was born Jan. 23, 1892, in the town of Menasha, the daughter of Joseph and Katherine Williams Schindler. A retired school teacher, she had taught for more than 60 years. She was a member of First United Methodist Church and its Women's Society and the Neenah Historical Society. ' Surviving are two brothers, David and Willard Schindler, both of Neenah; and two sisters, Mrs. Alex (Esther) Malcolm, Appleton, and Mrs. Adelbert (Grace) Jensen, Neenah. Services will be Friday at 2 p.m. in First United Methodist Church, Neenah, the Rev. Robert J. Firary officiating. Burial will be in Lake View Memorial Park, Oshkosh. Friends may call at Westgor Funeral Home, Neenah, from 5 to 9 p.m. Thursday and at the church after 11 a.m. Friday. Walter W.Bluemke RIPON Walter W. Bluemke, 88, Ripon, died today at home. He was born May 19, 1895, in the town of Springvale, the son of Albert and Ernestine Winke Bluemke. He married Viola Webster Oct. 10, 1923. Mr. Bluemke was educated in Rogersville and had lived in the town of Springvale, Brandon, in Rosendale for 21 years, and in Ripon since 1981. He was a retired farmer and a member of Peace Lutheran Church, Rosendale, where he was custodian from 1961 to 1970. Surviving are his widow; and one sister, Elsie Grosse, Fond du Lac. Services will be at 11 a.m. Friday in Peace Lutheran Church with the Rev. Bruce Buslaff officiating. Interment will be in Rosendale Cemetery. Friends may call from 9:30 to 11 a.m. Friday at the church. A memorial has been'established for the church. Butzin-Marchant Funeral Home, Ripon, is in charge of arrangements. t Alma A. Hertzberg OMRO Alma A. Hertzberg, 74, Omro, died Tuesday evening in Mercy Medical Center, Oshkosh. She was born Feb. 27, 1909, in Chicago, the daughter of William and Emma Heise. She married Harold L. Hertzberg June 4, 1936. He died Jan. 8, 1980. Mrs. Hertzberg spent her early years in the Omro area. She and her husband farmed in the town of Rushford until they retired in 1964 and moved to the city of Omro. She was a member of Borth United Methodist Church, Borth, and its Ladies Aid. Surviving are two daughters, Mrs. Kenneth (Dorothy) Bloede, and Mrs. Marvin (Charmaine) Litton, both of Omro; two sons, Donald, Omro, and Norman, Berlin; four brothers, Carl, William, Herbert and Quincy Heise, all of Omro; five sisters, Mrs. William (Irma) Buhrow, Mrs. Elmer (Dorothy) Szep and Mrs. Alwin (Lenora) Stertz, all of Omro, Mrs. Carl (Norma) Arndt, Oshkosh, and Mrs. James (Amber) Felchlin, Maribel, Wis.; and nine grandchildren. Services will be Saturday at 2 p.m. in Borth United Methodist Church, with the Revs. David L. Fuller and Duane Andrus officiating. Burial will be in Borth Cemetery. Friends may call at Mueller Funeral Home, Winne-conne, Friday after 4 p.m. and at the church Saturday from 1 p.m. until the time of services. n ra rs ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ra ran r i i - GJ BI Gi n E a E I n mm G E E E E E E G n G G A Thought to Remember presented by Clarence H. Mueller and Ronald R. Mueller Have you heard complaint thete day about alleged lack of old-fashioned courtety, respect and manners? Have you noticed a disturbing trend toward in' civility on highways, streets, in offices, stores and public places where people congregate? Certain facts are unmistakenly clear. Every human being is a person. Politeness between people honors people a people. Good manner cost nothing but buy m lot of happiness and contentment. Good manners are an excellent tie to, bind families and nations together. In manners as in everything else, man-, kind should tdke a close look at the perfect example in the Man from Nasareth. Graciousnes and gentlemanline were constantly evident. He sloughed off the slight and insult. 'Hi standard of behavior wa quite simple. Mainly, it was just being nice regardless . . . MUELLER FUNERAL HOME 206 W. Mm St, Whimcmm Prom 562-4242 Prison inmate sentenced Judge Robert A. Hawley sentenced a Manitowoc man to 90 days in jail Tuesday in Winnebago County Circuit Court for issuing a worthless check. Jeffrey A. Kohl, 28, was sentenced for issuing a $50 worthless check on July 2 at Shopko, 1578 Appleton Road, , Menasha. The sentence was to be served in the county jail with work release privileges, but Hawley allowed Kohl to serve it at the Wisconsin Correctional Institution at Wau-pun, where he is an inmate, concurrent with the existing prison sentence. Also Tuesday, Hawley sentenced Gary A. Wiater, 19, 947 W. Cecil St, Neenah, to 18 months probation for criminal damage to property. Wiater pleaded guilty to the misdemeanor charge, reduced from a felony count. He also was ordered to pay 61,331.32 in restitution and undergo alcoholic counseling. The complaint said Wiater broke at least eight windows Nov. 7 in a house under construction at 1058 Patrick Court, Neenah. Damage was estimated at $2,662.63. Man faces jury trial An 18-year-old Menasha man pleaded innocent Tuesday to charges of burglary and theft in Winnebago County Circuit Court Michael H. Winnett, 115 Main St., Menasha, entered the plea before Judge Robert A. Hawley, who scheduled a Jan. 23 jury trial. Winnett burglarized the old Menasha fire station, 124 Main St., at the end of October, according to the complaint. Tools and other items were taken in the incident Births INFORMAL ADMINIfTRATKMt: ODOil SCTTINS TIM! AND NOTICE TO CiDITOS STATE af mla, Circuit cvrt. sVtontaea Cmmv. In ff Matter af tM Eliot RAYMOND M OTTO. Duowd. Am ooolicotmi tor laiermal -mlaistratia af InMiK H. On. wmncMeo Com. teiscansln. Nd ftlct aadress 714 Wodion4 Ae . Oiftkaslt. WI frrttl. keen 6e W Willi IK Probst Krontrar: IT 1$ ORDERED THAT: AH creams' caokra must M Hi) an ar betar Marck U. I'M. ar M barr ad-Data Oac It Ml rue K. ScNmttT Prowl fcaislrar NOLAN. ENGt-ER, VAKES I BAUER. S C. Joint E. Rarnunohoni 117 Caoa Aa.. 0. to KM Oiftfcom. wi am PuMMtaa Oac I4-1I-N. WtJ INFORMAL ADMINISTRATION ORDER SETTINO TIME TO PROVE WILL AND HEIRSHIP AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE af Wlscantin. Circuit Court Brandt III, WetneMsa County. la tha Matter et in Eitai at ALICE M MENZEL. aka ALICE MENZEU Decern. A petition tar In arobot at tt Win. and defer mtnatton at Iwtrtnto. et Alice M. Mwuet, a'k'a Alice Meant, Wlnneboaa Count. Wisconsin, post attic address ce Sefhel Ham. 72i H. Eagl Street. Oshkosh, WI S490I, having been tiled; IT IS ORDERED THAT: 1. The petition be hear at the Winnebago County Courthouse, In Oshkosh. Wisconsin, an January 14, int. at me opening at Court ar tnere-ofter; I. Creditors' ctolmi must be died on or befor March 14. Wis, or be barred ,- 1. All claims will be amlnd and adlustsd on March It, lM. ol the opening of Court or thereafter. Dated December It IIU By me Court, Bruce K. Schmidt Probate Registrar Not: Pleas check with the attorney os to th xoct tlm of har-mg. Dempsev, Maamism, Wlliomson 4 Lamoe Attorneys P.O. Ban M Oshkosh, WI S4yOJ Published Dec. 14-21-Ji. IM) INFORMAL ORDER SETTINO TIME TO PROVt WILL 4 AND HEIRSHIP AND ; NOTICE TO CREDITORS ".J, STATE af Wlscensla. drcgnr Court, wmmuaea County. In the Matter of the Estot M MICHAEL W. MILLER. DotaaMO-? A petition tar the arabal at ta WW. and dermlnetie at fcatraftfa. at Michael W. Millar. WMneboge County. Wisconsin, past etftce-ad-rs IS4S Rainbow Dr.. Apt. Na. I. Oahkosh. WI. hovrng been mad, IT IS ORDERED THAT: .J t. The petit! be sword at The Wlnneeaoe County Cavrthaas. in Oshkosh. Wisconsin, a Jonoo -f tM. at Mi pentng at Court ar th Creditors' clowns must bn "13 ' on ar betor March IS. IPS, or borred, X AH ctokns wtR be enomeied and adluited on March I. I4. at th opening of Court or mereotler. Do-d .yth. 4 Bruce K. SciuMaV Probate Court Commissioner Not: Pleas check with thotiV tormy as to th enact tint of hear, t Michoet L. Miller Personal Representative Oshkosh (Mercy Medical Center) Dennis and Lynda Lord, 2936 Oakwood Lane, Oshkosh, boy. (Adoption) Mr. and Mrs. Gary R. Villnow, Scandinavia, Wis., boy and girl, Nov. 25. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Donald G. Montgomery and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin C. Villnow, all of Oshkosh. Appleton, boy. James and Vicky Moon, 514 N. Meade St., Appleton, boy. Legal Notices Neenah (Tbeda Clark) Ted and Carol Clements, 888 E. Shady Lane, Neenah, girl. Gary and Barbara Armstrong, Route 1, Church Hill Road, Appleton, girl. Anthony and Diane Lich-terman, 2819 Sunset Point, Oshkosh, girl. ' Randy and Linda Losse, 437 S. Lake St., Neenah, girl. Appleton (Appleton Memorial) Lawrence and Sally Maas, 1608 Thelan Ave.,' Kaukauna, boy. (St. Elizabeth's) Joseph and Brenda Nicholais, 808 W. Parkway, Appleton, girl. Michael and Sheri Rausch, mVi E. Second St., Kaukauna, girl. William and Rose Ada-mietz, 976 Claude St., Menasha, girl. Gerald and Mary Jo West, 308 W. Brewster St., INFORMAL ADMINISTRATION: ORDER SETTING TIME AND NOTICE TO CREDITORS STATE of Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Winnebago County. In th Matter ol the Estat of Ethel Eunice Meyer, Deceased. An Application for Informal Administration at Ethel Eunke Meyer, Wlnneboaa County, Wisconsin, post attic odaress 1304 Oregon St., Oshkosh, Wis., having been tiled with th Probate Reglstror; IT IS ORDERED THAT: All creditor's claims must be filed on or belor March S, 1I4, or be barred. Doted Dec. S, lS. Bruc K. Schmidt Probate Jteglstror Douglas Mever Personal Represtntotlv S443 Clalrvill Rd. Oshkosh, Wis. 54901 Published Dec. 7-14-21. I9t) SUMMONS Caw N. I1C Villi STATE et Wisconsin, Circuit Court Branch IV, Wlnneboaa County. OREGON HOME BUILDING CENTER, INC., , Plaintiff, vs. MAX HARN and CORALIA HARN. Individually and Doing Business as WHOLESALE WATERBEDS and OSHKOSH WOOD SHOP, Defendants. THE STATE OF WISCONSIN, To Said Defendants: You ar hrby summoned and raulrd to srv upon Nolan, Engler, Yokes Bauer, S C., plaintiff's attorneys, whose address Is 217 Ceap Avnu, P.O. Bom 1 190, Oshkosh, Wisconsin S4902, a demand tor o copy of the complaint within forty (401 days after th 14th day of December, 1913, Kcluslv of th dot lust stated, ond in cos at yourfall-ur so to do ludoment will be rndrd against you according to me demand of the complaint. NOLAN ENGLER, YAKES A BAUER, S.C. By John E. Bermlnghom Attorneys tor Plaintiff 217 Ceap Avenue, P.O. Bo 1190 Oshkosh, Wisconsin S4902 Telephone: (4141 23I-I3I0 Published Dec. 14-21-21, 1913 ORDER LIMITING TIME FOR PILING CLAINS (ON WAIVER) AND DETERMINATION OF HEIRSHIP . STATE at Wisconsin, Circuit Court. Winnebago County, Wisconsin. In the Matter of th Estat ot Esther C. Dushenskv, Deceased B petition tor administration of th . state ond determination of Esther C. Dushenskv, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, past offic address 422 West New York Avenue. Oshkosh, WI 54901. having been filed; IT IS ORDERED THAT: 1. Creditor's claims must be filed on or befor March S. 194, or be barred ; 1 Heirship will be determined and claims will be examined and ad-lutied on March 12, 194, at th Winnebago County Courthouse, In Oshkosh, Wisconsin, at th optnlng of Court or thereafter. Doled November 21, 193. By m Court, Bruc K. Schmidt Probate Court Commissioner DEAN P. GRANT Aflorrwv One Pearl Avenu. Oshkosh, WI 54901 Published Nov. 30, Dec. 7 14. 1913 SUMMARY STATEMENT: ORDER FOR HEARING AND NOTICE STATE ot Wisconsin, Circuit Court, Winnebago County. In th Matter ot th Estat of Royal J. Holl oka Jack Hall, Deceased. A petition for th summary assignment of th ejtolt of Royal J. Holl aka Jack Hall, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, past otflc address 115 Professional Ploia, Neenah, Wisconsin 54954, has been filed. Creditors' right to bring an action terminates thr months otter th date of publication of this order. Creditors may bring action by fll-Ino 0 claim in the Circuit Court for Wlnneboaa County, betor th property Is assigned or by bringing suit against th assign! attar th prop rty Is assigned. The property may be assigned to th creditors and persons Interested who or entitled to th same, and who or known to th Court, on January 10, 1914, or thereafter. , -IT IS ORDERED THAT: The petition be heard and heirship be determined at th Winnebago County Courthouse, In Oshkosh, Wisconsin, on January 3, 1914, at th opening of Court or thereafter. Dated Dec i. 193. By the Court, Bruce K. Schmidt Probaf Court Commissioner Not: Pleas check with the at-tornev at to th exact tlm ot hearing. Fink Law Offices Attorneys 340 Chute Street Menasha, Wisconsin S4952 Published Dec M4-21, 193 1100 OOP Ay.. Oshkosh i, ft Published Dec -it n.jr')f NOTICE OF SHERIFF'S SALSV l Cot N M-CV-MI v a-STATE ot Wisconsin, Clrcuir-Court, Civil Division, Wlnnbdgo County. ' FIRST SAVINGS ASSOCIATION OF WISCONSIN, o domestic corporation. Plaintiff, KURT J. GETCHEL, Single ond WISCONSIN AXLE CREDt.TV? UNION, a domestic corporation, y e;A Defendants. .'t i. By virtue ot ond pursuant 16 ( . Judgment of Foreclosure entered In the above-entitled oction on th 4tfc at June, 1983, 1 will sell at public apen') lion In th lobby ol th Wlnnebaau.a County Courthouse, 415 Jockson. Street, In the City ot Oshkosh, County-; of Wlnnebooo. Slate of Wisconsin;-; TUESDAY, the 3rd day of eAt-J January, 194 V'j, ot 9:00 A M., all of thie tallowing Be scribed mortgaged premises, to yIP"s Lots 2 and 3, of Block 27, In PL. OF SCOTT'S ADDITION TO WINNET CONNE, In the Vlllog ol Wlnnvi conn, Winnebago County, Wisconsin, together with all privileges, hereditaments, eosements, oppuin-nances. Improvements ond fixtures,' TERMS OF SALE: Cosh JJ Down. J t Doled at Oshkosh, Wisconsin, tilj 14th day ot November, 1963. u Terry L. Footlt. SherhT, of 4 winnMhnao County. Wisconsin UAVI9 O KUEkinnv, e.w. 00 First Savings Plata 250 Eost Wisconsin Avenu Milwaukee, WI 53202-425 Telephone (414 ) 274-0200 Plolntlft't Attorneys j ..e The above property I locaiea or , 725 Oak Street, Wlnneconne, WlsCon? v sin. 5494) '. Published Nov. 14-2S,3tfir Dec. 7-14-21, A?a i&iiitv illllll t The Oshkosh Northwester J 224 State St. , Oshkosh, WI 54901 J i 1 year at $78.00 it 6 months at $39.00' 3 months at $19.50, Bill me Additional Charge lor Motof- Route and Moil Delivery ' r .o addrost opt suit, i city YOU GIVE 307 DIFFERENT GIFTS When You Give A YEARLY SUBSCRIPTION To ITse Northwestern Every issue of The Northwestern throughout the year will be a reminder of your thoughtfulness! 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