The Winona Daily News from Winona, Minnesota on November 23, 1979 · 6
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Friday, November 23, 1979
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Weather V.:.-ll iTS sotts1 tag ssS'SJwj Showers are expected from Florida' to the ' Great Lakes and St. Lawrence Valley. Showers and rain are predicted for the . Northwest. Both coasts will be warm, but the central states will be colder (AP Laserphoto) Weatherman insists snow could arrive The weatherman today, a bit miffed that his Thanksgiving snow had not arrived, still persisted in saying some of the white stuff could arrive but only through tonight His forecast is for a 30 percent chance of snow tonight, when low temperatures will be in the low to mid 20s, and partly cloudy skies Saturday, when highs will be from the low tomid-30s. The cloud cover will remain Sunday and Monday and the chance of rain or snow returns Tuesday. Highs will be in the low to upper 30s and lows will range from 10-20. Thursday's high was 41, dropping to an overnight 34. Precipitation measured .48 inches Thursday and .04 inches today. Travel advisories were posted today for parts of the Pacific Northwest as a new late-autumn storm dumped rain over the coast and piled snow inland through the Cascades and into the Plateau. Rain and light snow also chilled northern Nevada, and travel advisories were issued for the Lake Tahoe area and the northern Sierras. The blizzard that buried the central Rockies and portions of the adjacent plains at midweek wound down in Canada, but its effects lingered in sections of Minnesota. Travel advisories remained up overnight in southern and eastern areas of the state and in Southeastern Wyoming. Rain persisted across the Tennessee Valley, the eastern Ohio Valley and in the lower Great Lakes region. mam Fint Quarter Full Mom Third Ouarttr Nov. 14 Doc. 1 OK.I1 NhWoM Nov. It ( Local observations ) Official Winona Weather Observations for the 24 hours ending at noon today. Maximum temperature 41, minimum 31, noon 35, precipitation .04 ( .52 since Wednesday) . A year ago today: high 24, low 9, noon 18, precipitation .29. Normal temperature range for this date 23 to 37. Record high 61 in 1931, record low 4 in 1950. Sun rises tomorrow at 7 : 13, sets at 4 : 33. Humidity High 96 percent at 7 p.m. Thursday; low 81 percent at 1 p.m. Thursday. Hourly Temperatures Wednesday lp.m. 40 la.m. - 37 lp.m. 40 la.m. 34 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 10 11 midnight 41 43 43 43 42 41 40 40 40 38 37 Thursday 234567890 11 noon 37 37 36 35 35 35 36 37 38 39 40 23456789 10 11 midnight 41 41 41 40 39 37 37 36 36 35 35 2 3 4 5 33 33 32 31 31 34 Degree Days (As temperatures drop, degree days rise) One method of figuring heating requirements is to calculate how many degrees a day's average temperature fell below 65, the point at which artificial heat is generally considered necessary. The resulting figure can be used to estimate fuel consumption. For the 24 hours ending at 7 a.m. : Today 29 Season to date 1,226 Yearagotoday 47 To date year ago, 1,312 S.E. Minnesota Dam lockage Mostly cloudy tonight. Chance of light snow. Lows from the low to mid-20s. Partial clearing Saturday. H Ighs from the low to mid 30s. Winds northwest at 5 to 10 mph. tonight. Chance of snow 30 percent tonight. ' Minnesota Cloudy or becoming partly cloudy tonight with a chance of light snow. Lows tonight from the teens to mid-20s. Cloudy Saturday with a chance of light snow north. Partial clearing south. Highs from the mid 20s to mid-30s. Wisconsin Continued cloudy north tonight, partly to mostly cloudy south. Scattered light snow or snow flurries. Colder. Lows in fhe 20s. A few snow flurries far north early Saturday, then becoming partly cloudy statewide. Highs in the 30s. '3-day forecast MINNESOTA Partly cloudy Sunday. Cloudy Monday and Tuesday with a chance of rain or snow Tuesday. Lows from 10 to 20; highs from thelowtoupper30s. WISCONSIN Fair Sunday, mostly cloudy with a chance of snow Monday and Tuesday. Not much temperature change. Highs from the low 30s north to mid-40s south. Lows from the mid teens north to the upper 2os south. Bank On Us..... f I For the complete weather . ; , . forecast call 454-1 230. . VI "state BANK Ann Herman 1491 W. Broadway frac Today 6 7 8 9 10 11 noon 34 34 34 34 35 Flow 33,400 cubic feet per second at a a.m. today. Tuesday 2:07 p.m. Santee, six barges, down. 10:31 p.m. Carol Brent, four barges, up. Wednesday 12:34 a.m. Bill Pettier, two barges, down. 1:27 p.m. Sunshine, 11 barges, down. 4:47 p.m. Superior, 12 Barnes, down. lt4 p.m. Emma Bordner, one barge, up. 6:1V p.m. Ann King, IS barges, down. 9:14 p.m. Lillian Clark, IS barges, down. ' Thursday 2:09 a.m. Santee, three barges, up. 4:29 .a.m. Prairie State, 10 barges, down. 5 :01 a.m. Bayou Couba, four barges, down. 12:52 p.m. Hugh C. Blaske, nine barges, down. MISSISSIPPI RIVER Flex Stage Staoo Today Lake City Wabash Alma Oam. T W. . 71 4.1 Whitman Dam Winona Oam, T.W WINONA 1 Trompoaleau Pool Trompoaioau Dam DresbachPooi Dresbach Dam La Crosse 1 Tributary Streams Chippewa at Durand Zumbro at Theilman Black aiGaiMviilt La Cross at W. Selem Root at Houston ... 3.1 . 42 l S.f .s SI 5 9.3 $.7 3.1 1.1 37 U Food . (Continued from page 3a) Mrs. Anna Hauser said they would meet with the staff. It was agreed another session will be called after reactions have been obtained from the board and employees. : Allen previously had rejected a proposal that employees on retirement receive severance pay based on a formula using accumulated sick leave days. . ' Apparently still at issue but not discussed at the last two meetings is a request by employees that a seniority system of promotion be developed. , Discussions of wages and working conditions with food service personnel are conducted on a meet and confer basis and not under provisions of the Public Employment Labor Relations Act (PELRA), so mediation and-or arbitration, in the case of impasse, is not provided. Ochrymowycz to speak to Polish Heritage Society Professor Leo Ochrymowycz, St. Mary's College, will speak Monday at 7:30 p.m. at Pacholski Hall, St. Stanislaus Church, at a meeting sponsored by the Winona Polish Heritage Society, the Winona County Historical Society and the Minnesota Humanities Commission. Ochrymowycz will speak on the lives of Hieronim Derdowski and the Rev. Msgr. James Pacholski. Dr. Ochrymowycz was born in the Ukraine, He holds a master of arts degree in classical and comparative literature from the Catholic University, Lublin, Poland, a doctorate from the University of Cracow, Poland, and immigrated to the United States in 1949. In 1950, he began teaching in St. Mary's College, teaching classical and modern languages, and introduced the first courses in Russian, Polish and linguistics at SMC. The meeting is open to the public without charge and will be followed by refreshments. Trempealeau County F.B. slates party ETTRICK, Wis. (Special) The Trempealeau County Farm Bureau will hold its annual Christmas party at the Green . Meadow Supper Club east of Blair on Dec. 1. Reservations must be made, by Monday at the Farm Bureau office in Ettrick. The Wisconsin Farm Bureau Federation annual meeting will be held Dec. 8-11 at the Holiday Inn Southeast in Madison, Wis. The Young Farmers conference will be held Dec. 8-9. Peter Speerstra III, young farmers chairman, and Mrs. Roger Dahl, Blair, women's chairman, will attend the Madison meetings. Karen Sexe, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Aldred Sexe, Ettrick will represent Trempealeau County Farm Bureau in the Miss Wisconsin Farm Bureau contest. Mr. and Mrs. Nolan Goplin, Whitehall, Trempealeau County outstanding young farm couple; and Mrs. Milton Butman, Ettrick, Trempealeau County woman of the year, will also attend. Voting delegates at the state meeting will be John Aasen, Whitehall, Milton Butman, Ettrick, Ernest Sobotta, Arcadia and Peter Speerstra Jr., Whitehall. y All 4-H and FFA members over 11 years old are eligible to participate in the Trempealeau County Farm Bureau's beef steer project. Project participants must show at the Trempealeau County fair and are encouraged to sell at the fair auction. Applicants' parents must be Farm Bureau members. All applications must be in the Farm Bureau office in Ettrick by Dec. 1. Participants will be selected by a Farm Bureau committee. Those selected must sign a financial agreement with the Farm Bureau. N.D. attorney fined for shooting turkey STANTON, N.D. (AP) -Thomas Robb, a North Dakota special assistant attorney general, has been fined $400 and sentenced to six days in jail for shooting 9 wild turkey out of season. . Robb, who is in charge of North Dakota's "unsatisfied judgment fund" in the attorney general's office, pleaded guilty to a charge of possessing parts of a game bird taken without a license and out-of season, Monthly test set DURAND, Wis. - Dave Bylsma, director of civil defense in Pepin County, announced that the monthly test of the Durand and Pepin warning sirens will be conducted at noon Monday. L " Friday, Nov. 23, Mrs. Mary Holsteln MONDOVI, Wis. - Funeral services ' for Mrs. Mary Holstein, 88, Mondovi, who died Wednesday, at Buffalo-Memorial Hospital here, will be at 1:30 p.m. Monday at Zion Lutheran Church. The Rev. Norman Ruthen-beck will officiate and burial will be in German Valley Cemetery, rural Mondovi. - The daughter of Joseph and Jestina Risler Komro, she was born in Pepin County, Aug. 1, 1891. She married Alvin Holstein Sept. 25, 1912, at Mondovi. He died Dec. 3, 1931. She was a ; member of Zion Lutheran Church and its organizations. Survivors are: seven sons, William, Milton, Alvin and Merle, Eau Claire, Wis.; Norman, San Diego, Calif.; Melvin, Mondovij and Donald, Panama City, Fla.; seven daughters, Mrs. Walter (Leona) Brantner, Mondovi; Mrs. William (Ethel) Machmeier and Mrs. Gerald (Verena) Westberg, Eau Claire; Mrs. Lawrence (Josephine) Johnson, Chetek, Wis.; Mrs. Robert (Norma) Goodell, Anaheim, Calif.; Mrs. Alfred (Lorraine) McKann, Anchorage, Alaska, and Mrs. Raymond (Phyllis) Taylor, Panama City, Fla.; 46 grandchildren; several great grandchildren, and two brothers, Edward Komro, Durand, Wis., and John Komro, EauGalle,Wis. Friends may call Sunday after 3 p.m. and until 10 a.m. Monday at Kjentvet & Son Funeral Home, Mondovi, then at the church from noon until time of services. Callie A. Huebner DAKOTA, Minn. - Callie A. Huebner, 86, a resident of Dakota died at St. Francis Nursing Home, La Crosse, Wis., this morning. Funeral arrangements are tentatively set for Monday and will be announced later by Nelson Funeral Home, La Crescent, Minn. Mrs. Lucille Swenson ETTRICK, Wis. (Special) -Mrs. Lucille Swenson, 87, Tacoma, Wash., former Ettrick resident, died Wednesday at Tacoma. The daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Kimbler.'she was born at -Paintsville, Ky., Nov. 11, 1892. She married Edwin Swenson; HediedAug.21,1961. Survivors are: five nephews and two nieces. Graveside services will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Ettrick Cemetery, the Rev. Douglas Brandt, Living Hope Lutheran Church, officiating. Friends may call Saturday from l p.m. until time of services at Fossum Funeral Home. Frieda Veglahn LA CRESCENT" Minn. -Frieda L. Veglahn, 78, a longtime resident of La Crescent, died Wednesday morning at the La Crescent Nursing Center. The daughter of Fred and Augusta Wockenf uss Kunst, she was born in Lewiston, Minn., Nov. 12, 1901. She married Alvin Veglahn in rural La Crescent on Oct. 28, 1925. He died March 2, 1962. Survivors are: one daughter, Mrs. James (Lucille) Schoger, La Crosse, Wis.; one brother William Kunst, La Crescent; one sister, Mrs. Hattie Jeske, Winona; six grandchildren and seven great-grandchildren. Two half brothers, three step sisters, and one step brother have died. Funeral services will be Saturday at l p.m. at the First Evangelical Lutheran Church, La Crescent, Rev. Melvin Smith officiating; burial will be in South Ridge Evangelical Lutheran Church cemetery. Friends may call at the Nelson Funeral Home in La Crescent today after 4 'p.m. and Saturday from- noon until the time of service. Pallbearers will be: Michael, Ruth, and Timothy Schoger, Herman Jeske, Joe Gady, and tlU. ir 1 Two men plead guilty to bank robbery ST. PAUL (AP) Two young men have pleaded guilty to robbing Ramsey District Judge David Marsden in downtown St Paul. Daryl Tukua and Michael Ivory pleaded guilty to a felony charge of simple robbery Wednesday before Anoka District Court Judge John Dablow. Sentencing was set for Jan. 7. The maximum sentence is five years in prison and a $5,000 fine. : Marsden was robbed early Sept. 25 as he was walking on Fifth Street between St. Peter and Wabasha streets. ' r Winona Daily News The daily record 1979 .. . Two-State Deaths Mrs. Melissa Chapdelaine MABEL, Minn. (Special) -Mrs. Melissa Chapdelaine, 91, Mabel, died Wednesday at Green Lea Manor Nursing Home here. The daughter of Halvor and Julia Nelson Ramlo, she was born in Winneshiek County, Iowa, April 26, . 1888. She married Henry Chapdelaine in 1924 at 'St Paul, Minn. They lived at St. Paul, Preston, Minn., and Mabel. He has died. i Survivors are: a brother, Ray Ramlo, Hettinger, N.D. ; nephews and nieces. Six brothers and three sisters have died.. ;. a .. Funeral services will be Saturday at 11 a m. at Mengis Funeral Home, the Rev, Bernhardt Polesky, Hesper Lutheran Church, officiating. Burial will be in Hesper Lutheran Cemetery. Friends may call this evening and Saturday until time of services at the funeral home. Omer E. Dahl BLAIR, Wis. - Qmer E. Dahl, 84, Blair, died Wednesday . at his home. He was a clerk at the H. E. Stumpf Co. here 53 years before retiring. The son of Ole and Amelia Dahl, he was born in the town of Preston April 13, 1895. He was an Army veteran of World War I and a member of Knudtson Mattison American Legion Post 231. He married Paula Gun-derson, March 9, 1921, at Blair. She died Oc t 23, 1976. Survivors are: two daughters, Mrs. Virginia Strande and Miss Arlene Dahl, Blair; a granddaughter, and three brothers, Phillip, Rudolph and T. William, Blair. Five brothers and three sisters have died. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Monday at Zion Lutheran Church, the Revs. Erling Carlsen and Arvid Myhrwold officiating. Burial will be in the church cemetery. Friends may call Sunday after 4 p.m. at Jack Funeral Home, Blair, then at the church Monday from 10 a.m. until time of services. Mrs. Herbert Haeska LAKE CITY, Minn. - Mrs. Herbert (Anna Kristine) Haeska, 77, died Thursday afternoon at the Lake City Hospital. The daughter of Andrew and Caroline Rassmussen, she was born in Sanborn, Minn., Nov. 24, 1901. She married Herbert Haeska in Lamberton, Minn., July 7, 1921. They moved to Zumbro Falls, Minn., from Canby, Minn., in 1950 and then to Lake City in 1974. They had been farmers. She was, a member of St. John's Lutheran Church, Lake City, and a member of the church's ladies aid. Survivors are: her husband; two sons, John, Albert Lea, Minn., and Charles, Lake City; two daughters, Mrs. Ervin (Angeline) Wiltgeh, Rochester, Minn., Mrs. Raymond (Norma) Aim, St. Paul, Minn.; 18 grandchildren and eight greatgrandchildren; one brother, Emil, Lamberton, Minn.; two sisters, Mrs. Rex (Agnes) Boots, Redwood Falls, Minn., and Mrs. Alviria Morisette, St. Paul. One sister and one brother have died. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Sunday at St. John's daughter, Miss Dianne Buswell, Lutheran Church, the Rev. La Crescent Minn.; eight Ralph Goede officiating. Burial grandchildren; two brothers, will be in the church cemetery. James and Roy, Winona, and Friends may call after 2 p.m. two sisters, Miss Beulah Saturday and until noon Sunday Buswell, Winona, and Mrs. Chat the Anderson Funeral Home, arles (Doris) Dean, Rochester, Lake City, and at the church one Minn. A brother and a sister hour before services. have died. I , Pallbearers will be eight Funeral services will be at grandchildren: Steve, John, i;30 p.m. Monday at McKinley Mark, and Michael Haeska, United Methodist Church, the William and Robert Wiltgen, and James and David Aim. Samuel Herold ALMA, Wis. Samuel L. Herold, 78, -an Alma-area native, died Thursday in a La Crosse, Wis., hospital after manweamnr heart Hicau v , . . He had farmed many years in the Alma area before moving to La Crosse and working 16 years for the Tausche hardware store there. He was born Sept 29. 1901, near Alma to Bernhardt and Louisa Gerke Herold; and he married Clara Passow. . Survivors include his wife; a son, Darrol,. Shore view, Minn.; a daughter, Mrs. Ronald (Berdine) Schams, Marine, on St. Croix, Minn.; two grandchildren, and a brother, EarL Wabasha, Minn. A sister and a brother have died. Funeral services will be at 1:30 p.m. Saturday in the Dickinson Funeral Home, Jackson Street Chapel, La Crosse, the Rev. Cyrus Olson officiating.- Burial will be in Mormon Coulee Memorial Park, La Crosse. Friends may call at the funeral home from 7 to 9 tonight. Memorials to the American Heart Fund are preferred 6a Mrs. Irene Westberg PEPIN, Wis. Mrs. Irene Westberg, 69, Pepin, died of cancer Thursday at her daughter's rural Pepin home. She and her husband had farmed in the Town of Pepin before moving to the village in 1965. She was born Dec. 11, 1909, at Stockholm, Wis. to Ephraim and Minnie Axelson Erickson. She married Edmund Westberg Oct 6, 1930, at Red Wing, Minn. She was a member of Immanuel Lutheran Church, Pepin. Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. LaVerne (Donna) Tulip, Pepin, and Mrs. Kenneth (Ilene) Kallstrom, Tucson, Ariz.; nine grandchildren; seven great-grandchildren', and two sisters, Mrs. Ina Westberg, Pepin, and Mrs. Leona Schall, Rock, Mich. Funeral services will be at 11 a.m. Saturday in Immanuel Lutheran Church, the Rev. David Keilin officiating, Burial will be in Oakwood Cemetery, Pepin. Friends may call at the Goodrich Funeral Home, Durand, Wis., from 7 to 9 tonight and at the church Saturday from 10 to 11 a.m. Mrs. Adelia Shattuck WHALAN, Minn.; - Funeral services for Mrs. Adelia Shattuck, 75, rural Whalan, who died Wednesday at Lutheran Hospital, La Crosse, Wis., will be at 2 p.m. Saturday at Bethlehem Lutheran Church, Lanesboro. - The Rev. PaulH. Nelson will officiate and burial will be in North Highland Cemetery. She was employed atlocal dry goods stores and was a dressmaker before her marriage. The daughter of Thomas and Ingebor Lee Thompson, she was born in rural Lanesboro, Nov. 23, 1903. She was a graduate of Lanesboro High School and Stout Institute, Menomonie, Wis. She married Nathaniel Shattuck in 1940 at Highland, rural Whalan. He and an adopted daughter, Mrs. Fred (Karen Shattuck) Schoolcraft have died. Survivors are: six grand- 1 children; a' brother, Olin Thompson, Caledonia, Minn.; a sister,- Mrs, Ann Brink, Canton, Minn.; nephews and nieces. Friends may call tonight from 7-9 at Johnson Funeral Home, Lanesboro, then at the 5' k- until time of services. Pallbearers will be Paul Berland, Arland Elstad, Leslie Erickson, Leonard Johnson, Phillip Abrahamson and James Pickett. Warner F. Buswell MINNESOTA CITY -Warner F. Buswell, 63, rural Minnesota City, died at his home this morning after a short illness. He had been employed several years as machinist for Winona Tool Co. The son of Frank and Iva Warner Buswell, he was born in Winona, July 20, 1916. He married Violet M. Volkart, July 28, 1937 at Minnesota City. He was a member of McKinley United Methodist Church and was former president of the Winona Tool Co. Union. Survivors are: his wife; three sons, Wayne F., Fountain City, Wis.; Gary W,, Chaska, Minn., and Warner Jr., Winona; a Rev. Kenneth Willard officiating. Burial will be in Woodlawn Cemetery. Friends may call Sunday after 7 p.m. at Martin Funeral Home where a devotional service will be at 8:30, then at the church Monday from 12:30 p.m. until time of services. A memorial is being arranged. Pallbearers will be Keith, Kevin, Scott and Steven Bus-well, Bruce and Greg Volkart c Fire calls Thursday -12:49 a.m. Raymond Miller residence, 524 E. 3rd St, smoke odor in house, no fire, used smoke extractor; returned 1:12 a.m. 12:04 p.m. Helen L. Gahnz, 628 Center St, resuscitator call, assisted until patient taken to Community Memorial Hospital by Praxel Ambulance; returned 12:15p.m. 5:05 p.m. - Froedtert Malt Corp., 500 W. 3rd St, steam from malt plant mistaken for smoke, no fire; returned 5.24 p.m.'.. C Today's birthday ) Jeremy Daniel . Gudmundson, Winona Rt. 1,1 Police report . . ' - - i' - j c D Thefts ; CITY ( . ", Wednesday ' From Shirlev Rose. 1884 W. 5th St., pickup taken from in window broken out of home.;, front of residence. Vehicle Damage, $10. found later after being Involved . Mrs. Ronald Cady, 1224. in one-vehicle accident on Gilmore Ave., windshield and Stockton Hill portion of High- antennae broken on separate-way 14. Termed total loss: 1 cars parked at residence, . - From Mrs. Wayne Pearson, ijnk Between Bar, 229 E. 3rd 171 St. Charles St., glasses st window broken out of taken from son while at East apartment behind bar. " V End Recreation Center. Value, gunke's Apco, 700 E. Sarnia $70-$80. '. St., round vacant block used to From Duane Klein, Red Top protect gas pumps knocked irauer uiuri, u gauge ainnguu taken about a week ago from trailer. Value, $150. WINONA COUNTY From Mark Godsey, 456 Glen View Ct, 30 muskrat traps taken from Lock and Dam 5A pool. Value, $100. CITY Thursday From Yellow Cab of Winona, Inc., 260 W. 3rd St., cab taken from company parking lot. Found at 10:32 p.m. near Chicago and North Western Railroad roundhouse. Radio and microphone stolen from vehicle. : From Stan Gudmundson, Winona Rt, 1; gasoline siphoned from vehicle while parked on East 2nd Street. Loss. $15. c Vandalism cm Wednesday Sugar Loaf Ford, 1222 Service Dr., vent window broken, hood ) At Community Memorial Hospital WEDNESDAY Admissions Nicholas Brown, 1755 W. Wabasha St. Michael Halbakken, 571 Garfield St Melvin Wenzel, 708 E. 4th St Mrs. Johanna Killingstad, 823 ' E.FrontSt Kathrine Swanson, Rollingstone.Minn. Discharges Mrs. John Lambert and baby, Trempealeau, Wis. Stephen DeLano, 257 W. Broadway. Mrs. Elsie Linken, 2lfW. Mill st. ' Mrs. Andrea Mueller, Mountain View Trailer Court Vicki Fegre, Minnesota City. Robert Kalmes, Rollingstone, Minn. f t Mrs. Michael Maher and babyW.KingSt,,,-;,. Birth Mr. and Mrs. Gary Evenson, St. Charles, Minn., a daughter. ; THURSDAY 'Admissions Frank Ressie, 866 W. King St. Joseph Maliszewski, 527 E. 4th St , Miss Melinda Kinowski, 357 E.5thSt Jason Schroeder, Minneapolis, Minn. Discharges Mrs. Steven Smith and baby, GaleSville.Wis HrtoTMincnlemont Raymond Hayertz, Altura, Minn. Mrs. Jerry Haugen ana oaoy, Lanesboro, Minn. Births Mr. and Mrs. Terry Garteski, St. Charles, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Kent Espe, 671 Washington St, a son. Mr. and Mrs. Roger War- ndahl, 917 W. Mark' SL, daughter. SATURDAY'S BIRTHDAY Joseph Jarl E Vinson, 1780 K reenter Dr., A pt. A, 4. Dswn M. Stocmnea Broadway, 12. 50 E. In years gone by (Extracts from the files olthis newspaper.) - 1969 10 YEARS AGO Secretary of Defense Melvin R. Laird has slashed the January draft call to 12,500 men about one-third of the original quota and pledged Immediate action to install the new random lottery system. - . ; Ode Krogen, who retired after 24 years as Fillmore County veterans service officer, was honored at a dinner by the Fillmore County Council of the American Legion and Auxiliary . New officers of the Trail Blazers, Pepin, Wis., include Burdell" , Herold, president, and Elvin Fleming, vice president 1154 25 YEARS AGO .President Eisenhower said the greatest mistake America could make would be to lose sight of Russia's quest for world -revolution and domination. Wearing the hat and robe of his predecessor, Roy Evett, George (Seike) Graham received congratulations as Jack Frost IV. 1 , C. J. Schansberg, Spring Grove, Minn., oldest businessman; has sold his insurance business to LuVerne Johnson James Lackore, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Lackore, Glen Haven, student at Hamline University, has been chosen for the 1955 summer under the Student Project for Amity Among .Nations program. A vote favored construction of a $90,000 addition to the Nelson (Wis.) Union Free School; 201 in favor and 42 against. . 1(29 -50 YEARS AGO Morris J. Woen, county attorney, was nominated president by -the Kiwanis Club. - v 104 7 J YEARS AGO - Another set of steps is being placed in Riverside Park opposite the Randall fountain. 1879 1M YEARS AGO , The Edward Glenin farmhouse in Wilson wis destroyed by fire with the bam and granary also going up in flames - dented on pick-up. uamage, $343.45.' - . Thursday ' Opera House, West Fourth and Johnson streets, window , broken oypairon. - - v Jack Wicka, iez uiesunu oi.,- wet WINONA COUNTY : Pleasant Valley Country; Club, dining room window, broken. Regina Nelson, Minneapolis, ; Minn.v ignition torn out of unlocked vehicle parked nears 102 Johnson St. CITY Wednesday 11:50 a.m. - hit and run 1071 sedan owned by Michael R. " McRae, 747 W.. Broadway,; struck by vehicle while parked . at 851 E. Wabasha St '; X: 10:53 p.m. .' hit and run 1972 sedan owned by Daphne Kryzer, 475 Lafayette St., struck by vehicle while parked in Winona Senior High School parking lot. Damage, $150. 12:19 p.m. hit and run ; 1971 sedan owned by Lori M.l Knppick, 563 E. Broadway, struck by vehicle while parked in Winona Senior Hieh School parking lot. Damage, $300. Thursday 1:09 p.m. intersection of East 3rd and Carimona streets. Michael A. Schewe, r l825 Gilmore Ave., northbound on Carimona Street and Timothy J. Lynch, 1575 Homer Rd., westbound on East 3rd St, collided. 8:44 p.m. intersection of Junction Street and Gilmore Avenue, one-car accident. Steven J. Kiekbusch, 1702 W. Broadway, making left turn off Junction Street to go west on Gilmore Avenue, lost control and struck power pole. 10:22 p.m. intersection of East Wabasha and Steuben, streets. Thomas V. Steuben, 1101 E. Wabasha St., eastbound on East Wabasha Street, and Edward P. Dennis, 1008 E. King St., southbound on Steuben Street, eeUided. Damage to Steubeh vehicle, $1,500, Dennis vehicle, $560. TREMPEALEAU COUNTY iifWj Wednesday, 7:55 p.m. Highway 35-54, near Buffalo - Trempealeau line, Marshland, Wis., one vehicle accident: Ronald S. Haugent29, 1258 Randall St, traveling east during a rainstorm, struck and. killed two horses owned by Charles Carhart, Trempealeau Rt. 1, driver not injured, 1975 sedan termed total , loss, loss of animals not available, in vestigated by Trempealeau County Sheriff's office. American Farmer ..,r4 avvai u yivcil iu Ettrick youth s ETTRICK, Wis. (Special) -David Evenson, Ettrick. received the American Farmer Deeree at the 52nd Fnhir Farmers of America (FFA) convention in Kansas City, Mo., recently.', Tlwleiawarded1b$r one percent of the nation's FFA members and is the highest award possible. Evenson is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Bennett Evenson. f Accidents j.

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