The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa on March 21, 1972 · 11
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The Courier from Waterloo, Iowa · 11

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Waterloo Daily Courier, Waterloo, Iowa Tuesday, March 21, 1972 11 Northeast Iowa Deaths Reported (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) FRED HAGEMANN FORT ATKINKnv Cnc ut-nu.ca tor Fred Hagemann, 81, who uicu ivionaay at uie Winneshiek County Memorial Hospital In De-corah, will be at 10 a.m. Thursday . at St. John's Catholic Church: rnsjirv at a n m t,, day and 7:30 p.m. Wednesday ax mc vnchai runcrai Home in Fort Atkinson; burial in the church cemetery; survivors include his wife, Mary; a daughter, Mrs. Cornelia Bina of Spill-ville; two sons, Virgil and Clarence, both of Ft. Atkinson; 13 grandchildren, and four greatgrandchildren. HEVVIE ROYAL JACOBS RUDD Services for Hevvie Royal Jacobs, 85, who died Saturday at an Osage nursing home, were at 2 p.m. Tuesday at the Rudd United Methodist Church; burial in the Evergreen Cemetery in Rudd; survivors include his wife, Myrtle; a daughter, Mrs. Raymond Balhagcn of Rudd; a son, John A., of Rudd; eight grandchildren, and 15 great grandchildren; Sheckler Funeral Home in Nora Springs in charge. ROBERT DEAN KREZEK CLUTIER - Services for Robert Dean Krezek, 46, who, according to Dr. R. W. Lin thacum, deputy county medical examiner, of Dysart, took his' life by hanging Monday morn ing at his farm home, will be at 1:30 p.m. Wednesday at the Fellmet Funeral Home in Keystone; survivors include his mother, Mrs. Helen Krezek, of Clutier, and a brother, Edward J., of Clutier. MRS. NEVA KIRKNER INDEPENDENCE Services for Mrs. Neva Kirkner, 79, who died Sunday evening at the People's Memorial hospital, will be at 10 a.m. Wednesday at the St. John's Catholic Church; wake service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the McCleery-Hawe Funeral Home: burial in the church cemetery: survivor include a son. Joseph llolgate of Colorado Springs, Colo.; two brothers, Neal Lane of Cedar Rapids and William of Clarion two sisters, Mrs. Earl Kurn of Colorado Sra-ines.. Colo., and Mrs. Oliver Wiegel of Little Rock. Ark., and three grandchildren. MRS. MAE E. SNYDER OELWEIN Services for Mrs. Mae E. Snyder, 85, who died Tuesday morning at Mercy Hospital in Oelwein, will be at 1:30 p.m. Thursday at the Brandt Funeral Home, where friends may call after 10 a.m. Wednesday; burial in the Hud son Cemetery; survivors in elude a son, Milton Nicol of Oelwein; a daughter, Mrs. Law- rence Shorey of Charles City; a sister, Mrs. Gladys Oldis of Seattle, Wash.; and four grand children. ID 44 I. ".U.J.tfJI , 1.1 J, .k JIUJU . J J.I Ij UllU'jmj.lT'M'l.l'Irll-HiMl.lllll.mHIIIWI o J nn n P r1 J n 1 1 l V A A CROSSROADS CENTER! I COLLEGE SQUARE IE UHBBflV, C3AB0B BOTH STORES Vbiscount ON ALL ITEMS IN THE STORE! REGISTER FOR FREE DOOR PRIZE MAGNUS TABLE ORGAN Nothing to Buy-Need Not Be Present to Win-Simply Register EASTER EGG DYE Regular 39c LIMIT JELLY BEANS Regular 39c Lb. Pkg. PANTY HOS Regular 1.00 1) i7 STYROFOAM WIG FORM For$tj 4-Oz.WINTUK Knitting Yarn Regular 1.29 (p)(p)c SAVE 30c WOOLWORTH FACIAL TISSUE Regular 27c LIMIT 6 Save 10c AIRMAN COMPLETES BASIC IOWA FALLS (CNS) - Air man Sammy R.. Vaughn,, son of Mrs. Joan J. Vaughn of Iowa Falls, has completed his U.S. Air Force basic training at the Air Training Command's Lack land AFB, Tex. He is remaining at Lackland for training in the security police field. $105,000 Suit Filed in Hardin (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) ELDORA Judgment of $105,000 is asked in a petition filed recently with the Hardin County Clerk of Courts by plaintiffs Carol O. Adams, a minor, by Donald O. Adams, his father and next friend, and by Donald O. Adams, from defendant Earl T. Weatherly. Disability to Carol O. Adams resulted from an accident allegedly caused by Earl Weatherly when he made a left-hand turn without giving signal. His ; car collided with the motorcycle Carol was riding. The incident took place Aug. 13, 1971 on Highway 215 within the city limits of the town of Union. Tiie suit alleges Carol suf fered contusions and abrasions and lacerations of face and body and injury to left leg and knee. Donald O. Adams asks remuneration for cost of motorcycle, Carol's clothing, and for medical, hospital and travel expenses. The petition states that Weatherly failed to have his car under control, and charges negligence on several counts. Louohtfr usually does not occur until oiler th 20th week of III, according tol Encyclopaedia ernonnica. TB Skin Test Program Set in Butler County (COURIER NEWS SERVICE) ALLISON A tuberculosis skin testing program in Butler County began March 20 and will end March 31. This includes grades 1, 9, and 12, school personnel and nursing homes personnel and patients Schedule for the Mantoux testing and reading is: Thursday, Reading Allison- Bristow Community School; Butler County Special Education School at Allison; Allison Manor Nursing Home; Ahrens Nursing Home at Clarksville; and Clarksville School. Friday, Reading - Aplington School; Maple Manor Nursing Home, Aplington; New Hartford School: and Pcrrin's Nursing Home at New Hartford, Monday, March 27, Testing - Dumont School. Rclncrs Nurs ing Home at Dumont; Greene School; Mathers Nursing Home at Greene. Tuesday, March 28, Testing Parkersbure School; Butler County Home; and Shell Rock Care Center at Shell Rock. Thursday, March 30, Reading Mathers Nursing Home at Greene; Greene School; Du mont School; Reiners Nursing Home at Dumont; and FIRST DUTY ASSIGNMENT TAMA (CNS) - Airman Robert G. Gray, son of Mrs. Helen F. Gray of Tama, has received his first U.S. Air Force duty assignment after completing basic training at the Air Training Command's Lackland AFB. Tex. The airman has been assigned to a unit of the U.S. Air Force Security Serv- ice at Goodfellow AFB, Tex., for training and duty as a com munications analysis specialist. Parkersburg School. Friday, March 31, Reading Butler County Home and Shell Rock Care Center at Shell Rock. 7v I i Ac" 11, I i 'J TW I 1 I Dohet Norwich KB til two I Btl. FTtI Aspirin . ..$"43 Deodorant . . to" U I65.CI.$'j78 Excedrm . . . & U Red Rip Tomatoes . . Camay iSvBLUE RIBBON Soap Shurfine L inr nviH... 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