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12 Muscatine, la., Journal Tuesday, Jan. 21; 1969 Obituaries and Funerals MRS. PATRICIA OTOOLE BUTLER Funeral services for Mrs. Patricia Ann OToole Butler, 33, were held Friday. Jan. 17 at Our Lady of Fatima church, Denver. Uolo. Burial was m Mt. Olivet cemetery, Denver, Colo. Mrs. Butler who lived at Widefield, Colo., died Tuesday, Jan. 14 at St. Francis Hospital, Colorado Springs. A daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O'Toole of Letts, she was born June 29, 1935 at Letts. She was a graduate of Muscatine Catholic High school. The former Patricia OToole married James Butler, Feb. 7, 1959 at St. Malachy's church, Ardon. She was a member of Our Lady of Fatima church Denver, Colo. Survivors include her husband, James Butler, Widefield, Colo.; three sons, Jeffrey, 7, Bobby. 6. Tommy, 3; one daughter, Kelly. Z, all at home; two brothers, Emmett O'Toole, Jr., James O'Toole, both at Letts; two sisters, Mrs. Leland (Del - phine) Vaymire, Letts and Mrs. James (Dorothy) Stenner, Oma - ! ha. Neb.; also her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett O'Toole, Sr., Letts. She was preceded in death! by cne son and one brother. MRS. GRACE WOODRUFF I COLUMBUS JUNCTION Funeral services for Mrs. Grace Woodruff Hanft, 79, who died Monday morning at the Muscatine Genera hospital following a lengthy, illness, will be held Thursday afternoon, at 1:30 at the Stacy - Lewis Funeral Home. Rev. Earl E. Josten, pastor of th - 3 United Methodist churches, will officiate and Miss Donna Hughes will be the organist. Burial will be at the Columbus City cemetery. CLARENCE C. MORDHORST DURANT Clarence C. Mordhorst, 61, of New Liberty, died Monday afternoon after a brief illness. Born at Wheatland. Iowa, Jan. 22, 1907, he was a resident here 20 years. Clarence Mofdhorst married the former Elsie Muhs, Feb. 7, 1929 at Davenport. Mr. Mor - dhorst was a membBr of the Our ant Knights of Pythias and the Moose Lodge of. Tipton. The couple had farmed in Scott County before operating a lime hauling business and Marty's Tavern, the past 20 years in New Liberty. Survivors are the widow, Mrs: Elsie Mordhorst; one son. Del - mar Mordhorst, Bennett; two daughters, Mrs. Otto (Delores) Stender, route 1, Walcott and Mrs. Fred (Darlene) Dircks, rural New Liberty; three brothers, Donald Mordhorst, Walcott. Gilbert Mordhorst, Durant and Harold Mordhorst, Buffalo; one sister, Mrs. Theodore (Alice) Geisfer, Davenport; also his mother, Mrs. Bertha Mordhorst, Durant and 12 grandchildren. He was preceded in death by nis lamer. Funeral services will be held at 1 p.m. Thursday at the Frick Funeral home. Burial will be in Davenport Memorial Park cemetery. Meter Reader Picket Protests Losing His Job NEW YORK (AP) A 25 - year - old meter reader picketed Consolidated Edison Co. Monday claiminp hp harf hton firoW because he refused to cut his Jong nair. Eric Gladstone, a Con Ed em - nlove frtr 1R mnnlhc mUJ ; front of company headquarters snouting to pasersby and distributing leaflets reading "Con Ed would you hire Ben Franklin?" A company spokesman said Gladstone's file showed allegations of careless meter reading and frequent absences and that his appearance was "disheveled, untidy and not conducive to good customer relations." Catholics Vote To Close School BURLINGTON (AP) - Burlington Ca'.holics have decided they can no longer afford to support a parochial high school. About 350 students at Notre Dame High School will attend public schools next year if a proposal approved by church memhsrs Siinriav ic innm! by the diocesan board of education Friday in Davenport. More than 2.100 members of Burlington's four Catholic parishes voted to approve the proposal under which Notre Dame would be converted to use by the sixth, seventh and eighth grades. The Rey. Arthur Perry, Dam principal, said t GROVER C. KELLER MORNING SUN r,mvw r Keller, 76, died Monday night at iMorning sun Manor. He was hnrn Alav 11 ICQ? north of Morntnp Run fn v. uam ana Margaret Cunningham is.euer ana naa been a life resident of this community. He had i never married. Survivors include two brothers. Ezra of Parariiep. rai;f and Lee of Morning Sun; one ii&iei, iiss Marian Keller, Morning Sun. His narents nrwpriwt him in death. Funeral services will ho - hM at 2 p.m. Thursday at the Pierce Funeral Home. Burial will be at the Rice cemetery. MISS SADIE M. SMALLEY Funeral services for Alice Sari. ie M. Smalley, 86, were held at 1:30 p.m. today at the Ralph J. Wittich Funeral Home. Mrs. Fred Friprit nt i First Church of Christ Scientist was the reader. Mr Fim I Scott was organist. .. Pallbearers wo w n th McConnaha, Roger McConnaha, William Dittman, and E.O. Freers. Burial was at flrenuwi cemetery. Miss Smaller a;a c..j.. night at Muscatine General hos - puai. In Fine - Furniture Style TheFARADAY fArneriun styled Rillery, sr - liyecMegs nd bi;t rail. ZENITH - - Why Not Get The Best? McKEE ZENITH COLOR (ENTER Second and Mulberry Avenue Use Our Convenient Parking Lot On Mulberry Ave. Guidance Counselor, Columbus Principal Attend Meetings COLUMBUS' JUNCTION - S. Ray Blair, student . guidance counselor and John Curne, principal, in the Columbus Community schools, attended an invita: tional Guidance Counselor meeting held two days last week at the Memorial Union, University ot Iowa, Iowa City. Personals William Luckey, a former res ident here, has been a patient tne past two weeks at the Jefferson Hospital in Jefferson. Edwin Richards, long time resident of this community, cel ebrated nis 8Utn birthday Sun day. Kelatives and friends had a card shower for him. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Prior and daughter, Iowa City, visited here over the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Prior. Students from colleges on the two semester year, are home now tor tne semester break fol lowing final exams. Classes in most of the schools wul resume Jan. 27 or Jan. 28. OES The Emma Beckman chap ter of the Order of Eastern Star will have their School of In - ; struction at 1 p.m. Saturday. Feb. 1. The inspection meeting will be at 8 p.m." that evening. The instructors will be Mrs. Vio - 1 let Stamos, Mrs. Lottie Crulli and Marvin Crull. ZENITH 18" PORTABLE TV Oifl. 172 iq. in. Pictura The CASCADE Z2011C GcMully slim portable TV in a lightweight molded iwo - ione color cabinet. Charcoal color and Off - White color. Top Carry Hsn - dls. Monopcis Antenna. Deluxs Video Range Tuning System. Custom "Perma - Set" VKF Fine Tuning. Automatic "Fringe - Lock" Circuit. 3 - Stage IF Amplifier. Front Mounted 5"x&" Speaker. ZENITH SOLID - STATE CONSOLE STEREO The BARTOK . 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TEL AVIV (AP) - Israeli de sert patrols killed six Arab sab oteurs in two clashes in the Ne - gev Desert near the Jordanian frontier Monday night, the Israeli army announced today. An army spokesman said one patrol killed three members of a guerrilla squad near Ein Yahav, 37 miles south of the Dead Sea. Twenty minutes later a patrol intercepted another group of infiltrators in the same area, the spokesman continued, and three more Arabs were killed. The spokesman said there were no Israeli casualties. The 138.87 Sensational Value in a Compact Console ZENITH 23' COLOR TV 295 q. in. relngofar pfctor The AVONOALE Z4SUWO Contemporary styled compact console. Atl New Zenith Titan 80 Handcrafted Chassis. Advanced Super Video Range Tuning System. Advanced New Zenith Gyro - Drive UHF Channel Selector, b'x 3" Twin - Cone Speaker. Zenith VHF and UHF Spotlite Dials. '479.97 W1. 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George Harry Holem, Jr., 1806 Phillips street, Muscatine, sio and costs. William .Russell Cubbage, - . 1421 Grand Ave., Muscatine, to appear Jan. 25. Ray L. Pace, presiding' Larceny - Dennis E.'.Jens, 1620 Hershey Ave., Muscatine, was bound over, to district. court, and no hearing' date was set. most Exciting Concept in Stereo Sound ZENITH CIRCLE OF SOUND MODULAR STEREO The MODERNE Z565 - Handsome three - piece modular Circle of Sound unit with matching cylindrically - sheped speaker units that can ioucu uu luuis?! aw,y irom main unit, du Peak Music Power. Exclusive Micro - Touch 2G Arm. Grained Walnut color. YOUR CHOICE $599.95 ort District Court Order Charles A. Rehwaldt against City of Muscatine. Or der was issued by Judge Robert K. Stohr that the city remove trees, at its expense, keep a record, of the expense, and all the issues of the law suit will be preserved for trial, and the court approved a stipulation regarding payment of the said tree removal expenses upon fi nal aecision in tne said law suit. The stipulation agreement be tween the city and Rehwaldt is that Rehwaldt will pay the. tree removal costs if the city wins ine court suit. Executor Named Bess'u Zaehringer, also known as Bes sie Page!, died : at - Iowa City, Jan. 12, 1969, and Charles E. Mackey - was appointed. Heirs included Lois Carter, Iowa City; $500; Albert P a g e 1, Oxnard, Calif., the homestead property ai zis w. Din street, west Liberty; the rest of the property was left" to" his brother , - Ralph' Yarck, ana niece iona tiartsock, in equal shares. , Executor Named Hazel G. Painter, Muscatine County, died uec. 14, law, and widower Elmer L. Painter was appointed ana named tne heir. . . No Administration A peti tion' was filed. with no adminis tration for probate of the will of Robert F.' McCoy, Wilton. June - watts Tone 799.95 Chcy f nutwood color on select hardvood solids and veneers. Cabinet is accented vilh decorative brass ferrules and ited burl inserts. D;a 263 - 7571 is CATULLUS Z4515H f.!cgm Italian Provincial . . styled VHF. tion and widow Elnoria R. McCoy was named the heir. Driving WHh Suptdad ti wn Lelarid I? ay DeWitt, 21, 8U3 is. 7th street, Muscatine, was fined $100 and costs, or to serve a jail sentence in lieu cf fine of default is made, at rate of $5 per day, on a charge of driving with a suspended cense. Hospitals Admitted: Marilvn Baliew. Il linois City; Mrs. Raymond To bias 808 Orange St.; Fred Rein - sag'er, 107 Brook; Charles Brid - gewater, Joy; William Cook, 610 Hiieventh; Mrs. Henry Zeug, 608 Linn; Mrs William Laughlin, 619 Maple; Robert C. Finley, 1W7 bvest Ave.; Mrs. UUie Har ris, Colorado St.; Mrs." George Attig, sr., Aledo; Daryl Young, 402 Cherry; Mrs. Florence Ser - lght, 702 hj. Tenth. Meivin H. Sussex, 1000 Syca more, is a surgical patienv Mercy Hospital Davenport. Mr. Sussex is Executive Director of the YMCA. His room number is 305. Dismissed: Mrs. Minerva Shueman, 210Vfe Iowa Ave.; Mrs. Louis Weber, 1109 Robin Road; Mrs. Vernon Stigers, Letts; Wil liam steinmetz, sit'h. w. sec ond; Miss Vivian Reinier, 224 Iowa Ave.; ftlrs. Ernesto Marti nez and infant daughter, 211 Wallace; Kenneth Kuehl, Tip ton; Mrs. uustave rinx ana in fant daughter, 403 Munn; Harry cnristianson, ml Monroe; Mrs. Kenneth Burhop, 1616 Washing ton; William Art nur Lassa - baum, Columbus Junction; Mrs. Carl Poole, 1031 32 Lucas. Births: Boy to Mr. and Mrs. Antonio Butler, 1319 Cedar, Monday. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Irick, 317 W. Second, Monday. Girl to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Creamer, 1100 E. Ninth, to day. Former Residents: liiri. Amy Lorraine, to Mr. and Mrs. Jack Dix, River lirove, in., - Jan. r. Mrs. Dix is the former Bonnie Nitzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Everett JNitzel, Montpelier. School Bonds OK'd in 2 Votes By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Voters in the Urbandale School District approved Mon day a $1.7 million bond issue for consvruction ot additions to present school buildings. The vote in the suourban community adjacent to Des Moines was 869 in favor of the issue, 105 against. In Churdan and Paton, voters approved a $395,000 bond issue for construction of an addition to Paton - Churdan Community High School. The vote was 564 lor, JJa against Classified Advertising Classifications t. .BuiiflM StrvTeej !. .Help Winted 1. .Business OpportunitiM (. .School of Instruction I. .Situilions Wnttd i. AptrtmtMi Furnish 7. AprmenU UnfurniJhi I. .Rooms lor Rent I. Houses (or Rtnl - MiscelUneous RtnUls 1. For Ront or For Silo .Hot U. .Properly for. Silt 27. .Mobil Homes 21. .Cimping Equipment 19. .Merchendist for Sal JO. .wanted to Buy 31. .Boats and Motors Deadlines .Classified i To place Rates NOTICE CHET ELLIS SALE WEDNESDAY, JAN. 22, 1969 International B Tractor. "Woods Bros. 3 Blade Mower. Also International H. Real good condition. Gabriel Tractor Service MECHANICAL DRAFTSMAN Opening for an experienced person who is qualified, to prepare complex drawings of Mechanical parts or equipment structures, piping, etc. Will work from rough sketches, graphs, drawings and other Engineering data. Minimum of two years college or tech school plus 2 or 3 years experience. Will consider High School only if applicant has 5 or 6 years related experience. This is a salaried position in our Engineering Division with opportunity to advance into Mechanical Design work. 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Sincerely, Joe Lang. bereavement. ; i - a verne Hubbard for his consolir words and prayers. The organist, pel bearers, those who sent food . the reli lives, friends and neighbors who hetne in anyway. All was gratefully aeknow edged and deeply appreciated, he family ol Harold L. (Ham Bibb - r Professional Services 7 'JOHNSON TAX Service, 1205 Washington Street. Plenty of free parking end free coffee. Office hours 8:30 A. M. to 9:00 P M. Closed on Sunday. Phone 263 - 8745. financial 8 4 C ...:t - tafety. Current passbook rate, 4y2. COMPLETE HOMES on your. lot. for i.joc ana up. - . Reasonable' Monthly payments. International. Mortgage Cor - ' poration. 11. Sycamore, 23 - 20J3. Business Services 11 FERMITES - If you have or you suspect termites, call Bosch Pest Control, 263 - 7965. HAROLD BEHNCKE and Sons Company guaranteed basement waterproofing. References furnished. For free estimates, Call Collect Davenport 326 - 5630 or 323 - 3515. RUG, CARPET, and uphol - stery cleaning. 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