The Lake Geneva Regional News from Lake Geneva, Wisconsin on August 21, 1975 · 13
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John C. Arntzens Observe 50th Wedding Anniversary Mr and Mrs. John C. Arnt-zen, Burches Drive, Lake Geneva, were honored recently at a celebration of their 50th redding anniversary. 1 A private family dinner was held at the Gargoyle Restyurant m Lake Geneva. C Attending the gathering were the Arntzens scm and daughter-in-law. Jacks and Barbara Arntzen of Naperville, 111 . and daughter and son-in-law, Alice and Dean Hewitt of Birmingham, Mich. Also present were six of the Arntzens nine grandchildren: Michael, Timothy, Karl and Kristin Arntzen of Naperville; Dana Hewit of Birmingham, and Thomas Hewitt of Ann Arbor, Mich. Unable to attend were Cole and Steven Arntzen and Jeffrey Hewitt. Mr. and Mrs. Arntzen were married June 8, 1925, at the Trinity M. E. Church in Ur-bana, 111. Mr. Arntzen is a member of the Lake Geneva Watershed Environmental Agency and serves as president of the Linn Sanitary Commission. r Mr and Mrs. James Ptndergast and son James of Hung Kong, arrived yesterday to spend 10 days with his mother, Mrs James Pender-gast, Sr Mr and Mis. Karl Reinke and Tnsh visited his brother, David and family in Sheboygan fir two days They returned Thursday Attending the wedding of Kathlyn Ike and David Mase at thtBay were Mr. and Mrs. Chaies Roan. ohn Stotko returned last tend from Seattle, Wash., where he spent two weeks with identical twin brother, Bill, who just underwent open heart surgery He is doing well. Mr and Mrs JackBrellen-thin arrived Sunday from Raleigh, NC, to visit his par-fnts, Mr. and Mrs. Birdell BMienthin, for six days. Mrs. Jack Brellenthin will return to Ncrth Carolina State College in Raleigh next Monday. Wendy Brelenthin of Eau Claire will kego' and Lansing, Mich., to visit other relatives. Weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. McAvoy were Pete Shumway, Cambridge, Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Shumway, South Bend, Ind.; Miss Jean Shumway, Oklahoma City, Okla.; Mr. and Mrs. Don McAvoy and two sons, Glenview, 111.; and Miss Betty McAvoy of Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halsey spent a recent weekend at West Allis visiting Mr. and Mrs. Richard Halsey. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Roeker have just returned from a two week vacation at their cottage on Clarks Lake, near Jacksonville in Door County. Guests of Mrs. Weber L. Smith Thursday, were ,her daughter in law, Mrs.W'eberL. Smith Jr. and her two children, Weber L. Smith III and Carla Ann of Madison Mrs. Leroy Thompson has returned from a trip tp Ryder wood. Wash., where she spent SPECIAL NOTICE t. - 5 -S w THE BEST TIME? TO SIGN UP FOR f 'T? RECT DEPOSIT Annual War Games Slated at Geneva K1- CF VOU OCIALSECURIi EFOREDEPOJv ' US WET The eighth annual Lake convention-called Gencon Geneva war games convention I VIII is Gary Gygax, Lake j I will be held this weekend in I Geneva, who operates Tactical Horticultural Hall, 330 Broad j Studies Rule, a local hobbies firm. Area war games hob- Street, Lake Geneva. An estimated 1,000 was I feeling fairly well. After two weeks hospitalization following a heart attack, Leo Bauman was released Thursday and is recuperating successfully. Lee D. Fish was discharged Friday from Lake land. He was a patient far four days after major surgery. August 21, 1975 Page 13 REGIONAL NEWS Lake Geneva, Wis. byists assisting him include ' rePorts he feels good but l Hospital Notes Carl Franzene was in Lakeland Hospital for three days for tests and is now home. Gina Titoni was dismissed last Thursday after being in the hospital for four days for are Afrika Korps, medicaltreatment. Herdaugh-ter in law reports she is now left, 224 Warren Street, Aug. 4 up for direct bank deposit of Social Security checks. Mrs. Grace Ambrose, (seated) of the First National Bank assisted Mrs. Hackett, as bank Vice President Mrs. Kay Schinke watched. Direct deposits eliminates waiting in lines to deposit checks and eliminates worrying about having the checks stolen from mail boxes. --Regional News Photo Dorita Read, David Klassy Say Vows In North Dakota r nerrj parents and her brother and his V,f Sunday, Mrs Jean Mont-tuii try of Pewaukee was a ust of Mrs. Matt Patton. .Mrs Helen Taube of Keno-sln visited for two days last jeek w ith her brother in law Jrafi l sister, Mr. and Mrs. John P Htun, and family. Police Chief and Mrs. Rob--1 f Clapper and two sons, Jim u 1 Boyd, returned yesterday :ru;n a police chiefs con-vt ..lion at Rhinelander. They left last Friday and spent the fust three days with Mrs. Clapper s aunt and her husband, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wilkins at Lily. Mr and Mrs. Harry Kolb ami daughter, Mrs. Debbie Bo. re, spent the weekend in Modisn. They also visited far sister and family, Mr. and Mrs William Rhyner, at Albany. Visiting her grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Melvin Dan-mis an, and her great grandmother, Mrs. William Konst, i Leanne Danielson of La-Grange Park, 111. Houseguests of Mr. a-"4 Mrs. Anthony Mancini are Mr. and Mrs. Ben Maniscalco of Hillsboro Beach, Fla. Dr and Mrs. Gaylord Culp and family left Saturday for North Carolina Dr. Culp and Jin. backpacked m Linville Gorge, a wilderness area in NC and then they all went on to Greensboro, where Jim entered as a freshman at Guilford Collect and participated with his parents in the freshmen or.entation program. On the av back the Culps stopped to Visit friends in Charlotte, NC, and Knoxville, Tenn Houseguests of Mr. and Mrs William Rich are Mr. and Mrs William Donaldson of Mesa, Am. When they leave he e they will travel to Mus- the weekend visiting her a Week visiting her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. C. Pi Engelsman. Weekend houseguests of Mrs. A. R. Millner were Mr. and Mrs. George Aldrich of Battle Creek, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Robert Millner of Elk Grove, 111., and Miss Mary Ruth Millner of San Francisco, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Youell and Mr. and Mrs. Lome Bagnall returned Saturday from a 12 day camping trip around Lake Superior Circle tour. On their way they stopped two days with Mr. and Mrs. De-Witt Purdy at their cottage on Eagle River. They then took a boat and cruised through the Apostle Islands, a trip of six hours. After that trip they boarded a ferry to Madeline Island where they camped. They stopped at Kakabeka Falls at Thunder Bay and went to the amethyst mines andOuimet Canyon. They also took a boat trip through the Sou Locks at Sault St. Marie. On their way home they stopped at Marinette to visit the Walter Reindls, former Lake Geneva 5iue: Hello World Mr. and Mrs. Richard Cay-gill of Arlington Heights, 111., announce the birth of a son, July 31, at Northwest Community Hospital. Scott Christopher weighed in at nine pounds. He has three sisters, Maggie, Molly and Amy. Mrs. Caygill 'is the former Mary Host. Grandparents are Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Host, Lake Geneva, and Mrs. Alice Caygill of Madison. Walworth County and Geneva Township were formed in 1839. Dorita Alice Read repeated her nuptial vows with Sgt. David William Klassy, Minot, ND, Saturday, Aug. 16, at Zion Lutheran Church, Mo-hall, ND. The 7 PM ceremony was conducted by Reverend A1 Negstad. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Solar, Lansford, ND, and Mr. and Mrs. David Klassy, Sr., Lake Geneva, are the parents of the couple. The bride approached the altar, which was decorated with orange and white floral arrangements, on the arm of her stepfather. She wore an ivory gown of sheer organza, with a beaded bodice and sleeves. Lace trim and appliques detailed the skirt and cathedral length train and matching Juliet veil. Her bridal bouquet was os pastel colored roses with white carnations and daisies. Mrs. Richard Becker was her sisters matron of honor. Bridemaids were Dawn Klassy, sister of the groom, Kathy 1-verson, and Dana Klassy another sister of the groo$a. The brides niece, Michelle Becker, was flower girl. Serving as best man was Robert Williams. Groomsmen were Rick Laurence, Dean Klassy, and Bill Solar. The guests were ushered to their seats by Terry and David Solar. The Processional, Colour My World, was sung by Larry Solar. God Bless This Marriage, was &ng by Debbie Rogers. The soloists combined in a duet, The Wedding Song and in the Recessional, Weve Only Just Begun. A reception at the church was held following the service for about 200 guests, followed by a reception at the home of the brides uncle and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Solar, for 150. Orange and white were used in the decorations. An open house will be held at the home of the grooms parents from 2 PM on Sunday, Aug. 24, in honor of the newlyweds. When the couple left on their honeymoon to an undisclosed destination the bride wore a brightly colored pant suit . They will be at home Aug. 20, at 605 Park Street, 4; Minot. The bride graduated from Mohall High School and attended Minot State College. The groom is a graduate of Badger High School and is in the Air Force, stationed at Minot. For her daughters wedding, Mrs. Solar chose a floor length gown in yellow polyester. The senior Mrs. Klassy wore a pastel polyester floor length gown. A rehearsal luncheon was held at the home of the brides parents for 50 guests. Orchestra Has Rehearsal Lake Geneva Civic Symphony Orchestra will hold rehearsal at 7:30 PM Thursday, Aug. 28, in the Church of the Holy Communion, Episcopal. Persons interested in joining the group may contact Wally Fitschen at 279-6555. The orchestra will play at 6 PM Saturday, Aug. 30, at the Pell Lake Bicentennial Fund Fair. GUOTOLfSS ARE I H BLOOM RGhlM 3-so per Bunch Thf. Flower Shop Flowers ferYou ,tnc L MCE GevimVN, Joyce Karcher Date Set For Kareher-Thelen Wedding Mrs. Bonnie Karcher, Rural Route, Lake Geneva, has announced the wedding date of her daughter, Joyce Lynn, as September 5. She will marry Steve G. Thelen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thelen, Rural Route, Elkhorn. Miss Karcher graduated from Big Foot High School in 1974 and from Huntley Hoj-se Center in Lynnville, Tenn.,' in 1975. Her fiance graduated from Elkhorn High School in 1973. He is a herdsman on the Blaizer farm, Elkhorn. game hobbyists from throughout the United States and Canada will converge on the hall Friday, Aug. 22, for the noon opening. Throughout Friday, Saturday and Sunday, competition will be waged between from two to ten persons, depending upon the game. Tournaments will be fought in some phases of the activities. All games involved are in some way related to military and naval history. Among the contests Boot Hill, World War II Armour, American Civil War, 15mm Napoleonic, Ancients, Seven Years War, Robin Hood and Dont Give Up the Ship. Some of the games are played on the floor, some on tables. Most of them involve the use of miniature soldiers and scale model battleships, artillery and other equipment. General Chairman of the Certificate To Mrs. Muzzy A certificate of boardman-ship was presented to Mrs. Diane Muzzy, member of the Lake Geneva Elementary School Board, at the boards meeting Aug. 12. It recognized Mrs. Muzzys completion of a recent inservice institute held at Madison. It was sponsored by the Wis-. consin Association of School Boards. Robert and Terry Kuntz, Don Arndt, Joe Fischer and Joe Goodfellow. Gygax reported that hours can only be up 15 to 20 minutes at a time. Mrs. Ri' i ard Adamson was dismissed Saturday after being are noon to midnight Friday, hospitalized four days. She sub-7 AM to midnight Saturday and 9 AM to 6 PM Sunday. mitted to a tonsillectomy and reports she feels better but is recovering slowly and it ill be about two weeks before her throat is back to normal. Roxanne Zamora came home Sunday after being a patient at Lakeland for eight days undergoing medical treatment. Her sister reports she is fine now. Other Lake Genevans dismissed from Lake Geneva were Ross Rossi, Maurice Martin, Robert Lynd, Helmer Odden, George Foltz and Jill Miller. Admitted to. 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