The Daily Journal from Fergus Falls, Minnesota on April 30, 1976 · Page 2
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Bible-taking view given DUNBA, Calif. (API-The Gideons have a problem with .people taking Bibles they place on motel, hotel and hospital ' nighlstands all over the world, but it doesn't bother them too much. "We figure if one is gone, the guy uho took it really needed it, so the purpose is served," says Dave Hofer Jr., president o{ Gideons International. He notes that sometimes persons who take Bibles later send letters to Gkleon headquarters in Nashville, with a $5 or $10 donation for it. The Gideons have distributed 150 million Bibles or New Testaments since the group was founded 77 years ago - about one million copies a month last year. "About 20 per cent are taken home from motels and hotels each year and about 33 per cent 'are taken from hospitals," he soys. "Local members go around ... to see if they are missing and to replace them." Mrs. Lydia Steiike rites set Satirday Services will be held Mav 1 at 2 p.m. at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, West Miltona, for Mrs. Lydia A. Steinke, 89, Parkers Prairie Route 3, Millona Township of Douglas County, who died early Thursday morning at the farm home of her daughter in rural Parkers Prairie. The Rev. Karl F. Lassanske will officiate, and burial will be in the church cemetery. Mrs. Steinke was born Aug. 6, 1186, in Effington Township of Otter Tail County, a daughter of Ferdinand and Pauline Thun. She married Louis Steinke Feb. 8, 1510, at Zion Lutheran Church in North Effington. Tliey lived and farmed in Miltona Township. Her husband died March 8, 1958, and she continued to live and farm on their farm in Miltona Township. Surviving are three daughters, Mrs. Walter (Martha) Schauland and Mrs. Oscar (Emma) Schauland, both of Parkers Prairie Route 2, and Mrs. Harlan (Esther) Wallum, Detroit Lakes Route 5; one son Ifenry, Parkers Prairie Route 3 home farm; four grandchildren and six great- grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Louis Henn ing, MUtona; Mrs. Walter (Minnie) Murphy, St. Paul, and Mrs. Albert E. (Esther) HollaU, Parkers Prairie; two brothers, Reynold and William Thun, both of Parkers Prairie. Arrangements are with the LaMere Funeral Home, Parkers Prairie. BERNARD A. KOWAUSKI Bernard A. Kowalski dies in city at 72 Bernard A. (Ben) Kowalski, 72,517 E. Cherry, died TTiurs- day at Lake Region Hospital. The funeral will be held Saturday at 2 p.m. at Immanuel Lutheran Church of West Friberg. The Rev. Frank Machina will officiate and burial will be in the church cemetery. Mr. Kowalski was born June 6, 1903, a son of Albert and Augusta Kowalski in Fergus Falls. On Jan. 27, 1930, he married Hattie Bradow at Fergus Falls. He was a life-long resident of this area, employed with the Otter Tail Power Company in the accounting department from 1943 until his retirement on July 1, 1968. His survivors include his wife; two .daughters, Mrs. Arnold (Marjorie) Welfer, New York Mills, and Mrs. Melvin (Deloris) Duenow, Fergus Falls; two sons, Robert, Fergus Falls, and Duane, Casselton, N.D.; 21 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; three sisters, Mrs. Gerald (Augusta) Tjostelson, Fergus Falls; Mrs. Martha Melaas, Minneapolis, and Mrs. Mary Pufual, Racine, Wis.; four brothers, Frank, John, and Martin, all of Fergus Falls, and Marcus, North Hollywood, Calif. The Glende-Johnson-Nelson Funeral Home is in charge of funeral arrangements. Marvin Grue, 64, dies at Btooiiington Marvin Grue, 1 '64, of Bloomington, a former resident of Fergus Falls, died April 29, according to word received by his uncle, Theodore Grue. Services will be held in Bloomington Monday. Muskie is hospitalized WASHINGTON (AP) -Sen. Edmund S. Muskie, D-Maine, has been admitted to the Bethesda Naval Hospital for treatment of an inflamed neck nerve, his office said. Muskie will remain in the hospital for several days, according to an aide who quoted the senator's physician as say- Ing "the inflammation is painful but not serious." The aide said Muskie has had a pinched nerve in his neck for «ome time. "He felt pain Thursday morning, went to Bethesda for tests and was admitted," the aide said. Ship captain keeping busy ALBANY, N.Y.(AP)- Commodore Geoffrey Marr, the last captain of the liner Queen Elizabeth, is working these days as the second mate on the banana boat Manzanares. "It keeps me young and from rusting away in the chimney corner of my home" in Wiltshire, England, says Marr, .who has spent more than 50 years as a seaman. Ferns tails (Ji.) Fri., April 30,1976 2 Mahii GilkertSM, Nortk Datota, dies Martin Gilbertson, Kalhryn, N.D., died yesterday at Mercy Hospital at Valley City, N.D. His funeral is tentatively scheduled for Monday at Katltryn, N.D. He was the father of Mrs. Ed (Gertrude) [.arson of Fergus Falls. Two killed on roadways By TV Associated Press Two young men died in separate accidents raising Minnesota's 1976 highway toll to 156, compared with 1« a year ago. Craig S. Hellerud, 24, Faribault, was killed abort 3 a.m. today when he lost control of his car on a Rice County road three miles south of FaribauK, the sheriff's off ice said. He was alone in his car which struck a farm driveway. Richard Jandric, 22, Shoreview, was killed Thursday when UK car he was driving skidded down an embankment, struck a tree and burst aflame in New Brighton. HAGAR THE HORRIBLE HEV.CAT! N idoopsrocK- HASAUTTl£ FKMFOR MEOW .MEOW MEOW! MEOW M£OU HENRY r Saturday Night IS STEAK NIGHT AT COUNTRY KITCHEN! FROM 5P.M. TO 10P.M. ONLYJ ~ North Woods Steak Choice steak charbroiled and served on a bed cf Minnesota wild rice. Topped with a delicately flavored sauce laced with mushrooms. 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Enjoy the pleasure of cool comfort throughout your home! m East Washington Avenue Phone 736-6734 Fergus Falls ™" •—ir»»i«fci. n icnnvsA MIK IUNUITIONER NOW Knutson Heating-Air Conditioning

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