The Reporter from Fond du Lac, Wisconsin (2024)

28 The Reporter, Thursday, April 9, 1981 Until Friday FORECAST 30 50 Snow (OD Humes XXXX Rain 70 Cold Warm Showers Stationary Orduded NATIONAL WEATHER SERVILE NOAA VS he Mild weather is expected in the forecast period until Friday morning for most of the country. Colder weather continues in the northern Plains. State weather best yet By The Associated Press It may be a little early for that first cookout, but a stroll through the park could certainly be managed today, if one judges by the National Weather Service forecast. It said the state would be mostly sunny today as a large high pressure system covering the northern and central plains moved in. The high pressure was expected to bring highs in the mid 50s to mid For tonight, the weather service said there would be a chance of thunderstorms in the north, with the rest of the state fair.

Lows were predicted in the uppers 30s and low 40s. The outlook for Friday was a bit warmer, the weather service said. with highs expected in the upper 50s and upper 60s. Skies were expected to be partly cloudy. Cloudy skies and cool temperatures prevailed across the state Wednesday, the weather service said.

There were a few scattered showers in the north, but the central and southern portions of the state were soggy from widespread showers and thunderstorms, some with hail. Wednesday's highs included 61 at Milwaukee, 56 at Madison and 45 at Antigo. Overnight lows included 36 at Algoma, 34 at Green Bay and 25 at Rhinelander. First installments due on April 15 First installment of estimated 1981 income tax payments by individuals who do not have enough federal tax withheld is due April 15, according to the Internal Revenue Service Generally, taxpayers having estimated tax of $100 or more and estimated gross income not subject to withholding exceeding $500 file a form 1040-ES, "Declaration of Estimated Tax for Individuals." Information about estimating taxes appears in the free IRS Publication 505, "Tax Withholding and Estimated Tax," and can be ordered by calling the IRS information number listed in the telephone directory. Seed Potatoes Onion Sets HOUNSELL'S 21, Miles N.

on 45 OPEN SUNDAY LOT OWNERS MEETING Estabrook Cemetery Association YMCA West Second St. APRIL 14, 1981 Tuesday Evening, 7 p.m. Philip Kramer, Secy Treas. ADVERTIsem*nT Hearing Loss Is Not A Sign Of Old Age Chicago, Ill. -A free offer of special interest to those who hear but do not understand words has been announced by Beltone.

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City, area obituaries Vernon Waters Clarence Zanto Mrs. Hilbert Funeral services for Vernon J. Waters, 57, of 465 Scott a.m. at St. Green held at 10 Lakturdabe Wenceslaus Catholic Chuch in Ripon.

He died Wednesday, 1981, at Berlin Aperioridi Hospital. The Rev. Lawrence Clark and Rev. Carl J. Wagner will officiate, and burial will be in Dartford Cemetery, Green Lake.

Friends may call from 4 to 9 p.m. Friday at ButzinMarchant Funeral Home in Ripon. He was born Nov. 8, 1923, at Ripon, a son of Roy and Eva Gneiser Waters. He married Agnes Dahlke on Jan.

16, 1942, in Princeton. Mr. Waters was educated in Green Lake and lived in the area most of his life. He worked as hauler for the Brooklyn Creamry and as caretaker for several Green Lake homes. He was a member of Our Lady of the Lake Catholic Church in Green Lake.

Survivors include his wife; his mother; two sons, John of Warrens and Roy of Green Lake; and three daughters, Mrs. Gary (Suzanne) Thrasher and Miss Yvonne Waters of Green Lake and Mrs. Jay (Karen) Davidson of Rice Lake. Also surviving are 12 grandchildren; one sister. Mrs.

Arden Golz of Princeton; and three brothers, Alden of Green Lake, Floyd of California and Norman of Illinois. His father and a son preceded him in death. Mostly sunny today. Highs to mid 60s. Chance of thunderstorms late tonight north half, fair south.

Lows in upper 30s and low 40s. Partly cloudy and mild Friday, chance of thunderstorms north half. Highs upper 50s to upper 60s. Cloudy Saturday, chance of showers Sunday and Monday. Highs Saturday in 50s, Sunday 50s north, 60s south, Monday upper 40s to mid 50s.

Lows upper 30s to mid 40s. Max. Min. April 8, 1981 49 39 April 8, 1980 57 35 4p.m. 44 2 a.m.

37 6 p.m. 43 4 a.m, 35 8 p.m. 6a.m. 36 41 10 p.m. 8 a.m.

44 Midnight 39 10 a.m. 54 Precipitation 1.02 rain today 6:31 p.m. Sunrise Friday 5:20 a.m. Local forecast Clarence Frederick Zanto, 65, of Markesan, died Wednesday morning, April 8, 1981, at St. Agnes Hospital.

He was born Jan. 28, 1916, in Green Lake County, the late Mr. and Mrs. Gustavo Zanto. He married Ella Kiebert Kuehn, and she died in 1961.

In 1965, he married Jane Laurene Fox at Markesan. Mr. Zanto owned and operated a gas station in Markesan and later was a mail carrier for 14 years. He was a veteran of World War Il, and a member of Markesan American Legion Post. He was a member of St.

John's Lutheran Church at Markesan and sang in the choir. Surviving are his wife; a Mrs. Gary (Christine) Dretske of Waupun; two sons, David and Dennis both of Markesan; six grandchildren; and three brothers, Edwin and Lester both of Markesan and Harold of New York. Also surviving three sisters, Mrs. Irene Geidel and Mrs.

Edna Ziebell both of Markesan and Mrs. Lucille Olson of Lake Tomahawk. Three brothers preceded him in death. Funeral services will be held at 11 a.m. Friday at St.

John's Lutheran Church, Markesan. Pastor Steven Stern will officiate, and -burial will be in Markesan Cemetery. Friends of Mr. Zanto may call from 6 to 9 p.m. today at Wachholz-Krause Funeral Home, Markesan.

Personals briefs Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Treffert Miami, are the parents of Scott Gordon, born today. Mrs. Treffert is the former Melanie Thulin of Brownsville, and Treffert is from North Fond du Lac.

Come to Samantha's for a VERY SPECIAL EASTER HAM, Roast delicious Bread Pudding-call 922-0160 for reservations. Al-Anon Newcomers Group for alcoholic problems will meet at 7:15 p.m. today at 53. N. Macy St.

followed by the regular meeting at 8 p.m. Sensor perm sale will be extended through April 20th, Joanne's Salon, FD1 Ave. Forest Mall. Open 11 AM, K-Crafts NFDL Fond du Lac will hoSing bake sale from 9 a.m. to 1 p.m.

Friday at the Combined Building. Top Hat-Fri. Sat. night Entertainment by the Branded Men. For the "Finest in use Union 76.

Merwin Oil, 921-8700. First Communion gifts and cards, prayer, books, rosaries, etc. Veils $4.00. St Joseph's Book Room, 86 E. 1st St.

St. Peter Lanes 12th Annual Scottish Doubles tournament. $700 1st place. Now thru June 28th. 921-0079.

Dine at the Gazebo Seafood Buffet Special every Fri. during Lent! Buy one Buffet at regular price, $6.95, 2nd Buffet is only price! Fond du Lac County Legal Secretaries, in conjunction with the Fond du Lac County Lawyer's Wives, will conduct a mock trial at 7 p.m. April 30 at the Fond du Lac County Courthouse. The public is invited. Oakfield Veterans of Foreign Wars Post 8092 and Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m.

Friday at the clubhouse for election of officers. Just 2 more days to take advantage Round-the-Clock's Spring Sale. Save on pantyhose, body smoothers, stockings and knee-hi's. Sale ends Sat. 0'Brien's Hosiery Dept.

Treat your family to our Easter Sunday Buffet or menu favorites. Served 11 to 5:30. Ledgewood C.C., 921-8053. A Spanish class will be held from 1:30 to 3:30 p.m. Friday at Fond du Lac Senior Center.

A sing-along will be held from 7 to 9 p.m. Get your hair cut the way you want it cut, see Art The Barber, 922-2730. Off Sale Merwin's Downtown Small business counseling is available Tuesdays from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m. by appointment by calling the Association of Commerce.

Top Ha Night Special, all the beer batter fish you can eat $3.25, all the Lake Perch you can eat, $4.50, with salad bar entertainment. Carry-outs also available. All the fish you can eat $1.99, Friday-5 PM to 8 PM Lauer's Restaurant Pillar Encampment 15 and Golden Links Auxiliary will meet at 8 p.m. Friday at Odd Fellows Temple. Size Dresses, to Off, Brauer's Town Country Off on Communion dresses! 0'Brien's--Main at Second Best Wishes Zack Marlene to allow our employees to attend the wedding our our partner ZACHARY ZIEMAN RAYS' TV 16 E.

Second WILL CLOSE AT 12 NOON ON SATURDAY, APRIL 11th Past Noble Grands of Zeruah Rebekah Lodge will meet at 1:30 p.m. Friday at the IO0F Temple. We specialize in diamonds and watches. "Let our location be your C.W. Smith Jewelers.

Fond du Lac Doll Club will meet from 7 to 9 p.m. today at 451 E. Ninth St. Call Ruth Toplin at 921-1797. "Host" Drycleaner Twohig Floor Covering West Frontage Road 922-6340 Golden Bull Fri.

Spec. Beer Batter Fish all you can eat $3.50. Large Seafood Menu. First Communion and Confirmation Charms. See Helen at Brauer's Jewel Box AAUW Book Sale-Fri.

Apr. 10, 9 a.m. to 9 p.m. Sat. Apr: 11 from 9 a.m.-4 p.m.

Cow PalaceFairgrounds Lakeside Twirlers Square Dance Club will hold a workshop at 8 p.m. Friday and dance from 8:30 to 11 p.m. at Hank's Hall, Byron. Howard Gilmore will call. Off on Underalls and Slender -the pantyhose and panties all in one.

O'Brien's Hosiery Dept. Spring is Here! NEED BLACK DIRT for your lawn, garden or flower bed? We offer the following Shredded or regular topsoil Prompt service Radio dispatched trucks No sand or peat added SATISFACTION GUARANTEED Our Office RON BOEVERS LANDSCAPE NURSERY 923-0185 SPRING LEAGUES NOW FORMING MON. Mens Ladies Leagues 12 Each! Teams TUES. Singles Scratch League WED. Ladies League THURS.

Coffee Klutch: 9:00 a.m. THURS. Junior Senior Scratch: 4:00 p.m. THURS. 6:00 p.m.

THURS. Night Mens Ladies Leagues FRI. Mixed SAT. Special Tournament Brewing SUN. Open Bowling Bonanza FOR MORE INFORMATION CALL: LEDGEVIEW LANES "Where The Good Times 170 N.

Prairie Rd. Phone: 923-1233 Mrs. Helen Hilbert, of Route 1, Mayville, died" this morning, April 9, 1981, at Hillside Hospital, Beaver Dam. She was born April 6, 1899, at Slinger, the daughter of the late Anton and Mary Clemens Rudinger. She was graduated from Goodrich High School and Fond du Lac Teacher's College.

On Dec. 10, 1918, she was married to Nick Hilbert at Byron, of St. Catholic Church Mrs. Hillbert was a member at Mayville, Ladies Sodality, Daughters of Isabella and served on St. Mary's Mission Society.

Survivors include two daughters, Mrs. Edward (Laura) Wagner of Mayville and Mrs. Roy (Helen) Reabe of Waupun; six sons. Edward, Francis, James and William all of Mayville, Nicholas of Altoona, and Alphonse of Sturgeon Bay; 30 grandchildren; and 14 greatgrandchildren. preceded in death by her husband in 1965, by a daughter and four brothers.

Funeral services will be held Funeral" Saturday at Koepsell Home, Mayville, and at 10:30 a.m. at St. Mary's Church, Mayville. The Rev. C.A.

Gunther will officiate, burial will be in the parish cemetery. Visitation for Mrs. Hilbert will be from 4,10 9 p.m. Friday at the funeral home. Walter Burger Walter A.

Burger, 86, formerly of 87 Fourth died at this morning, April 9, 1981, at Grancare Nursing Center. Funeral arrangements are pending at Uecker-Witt Funeral Home. Frank C. Emmick TOLEDO, Ohio (AP) Frank C. Emmick.

a businessman who spent 14 years in Cuban prisons for espionage before being released by the Castro government in 1978, died Sunday at the age of 65. He denied having spied for the U.S. Central Intellgence Agency. Eugene L. Woehrer, 23 Mockingbird Lane, North Fond du Lac, $175 plus attenCity beat dance driving, Eugene at $175 Group G.

plus Otto, Dynamics. attendance Milwaukee, at drunken Group Dynamics. Government meetings Michael Briggs, 155 Seventh Natural Beauty Council, 7 p.m. today, drunken driving, $150 plus attendance at Courthouse. Group Dynamics.

Joint Building Committee, 7 p.m. today, Christopher Schommer, 247 Hillerest, City Hall. speeding, $150. Fond du Lac Extension County Education, Fire runs Agriculture and Education Committee, 7:30 p.m. today, Agriculture Center.

Wednesday 10:35 p.m., to A.C. Nielsen Protection Persons and Proper- 17 Forest natural gas odor, furty Committee, Friday 5:15 p.m., Cour- nance malfunctioned. thouse. Wednesday 10:31 a.m., to 75 Everett County Parks and Development Commit- Wisconsin Power Light Co. line shorted on tee, 9 a.m.

Saturday, at County Landfill. utility pole, standby. Community calendar Births Ronald Joseph, to David and Janet Fond du Lac School District Orchestra Night, Pier School gym, 7 p.m. today. Skelton, 3841 Tompkins April 2.

Marie Son, Curtis to Randy and Forest Mall Car Show, Forest Mall Shop- Tripke, 1908 Lakeshore Drive, Van Dyne, ing Center, today through Monday. April 5. American Association of University Daughter, Becky Leigh, to Mr. and Mrs. Women Annual Book Sale, Cow Palace of Gene Haag, Route 1, Theresa, April 6.

the Fond du Lac County Fairgrounds, 9 Daughter, Angela Marie, to John and a.m. to 9 p.m. Friday and 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Donna Jost, Route 1, Mount Calvary, April Saturday.

6. Fond du Lac Youth Center, Hamilton Daughter, Tawnya Marte, to Timothy L. Building, Grades 7 to 10, 7:30 to 11 p.m. Fri- and Carol A. Roloff, a Route 1, Eden, April 6.

day. Son, Daniel David, to David and Joyce Court proceedings 6. Schumacher, 310 Adams Rosendale, April Judge Eugene McEssey Son, Ryan Thomas, to Rollie and Carol Circuit Court, Branch 3 Chase, 355 Garfield April 7. Betty L. Dean, Route 1, Pickett, open in- Daughter, April Amber, to Mr.

and Mrs. toxicant in motor vehicle, $100. Gerald VanDenHeuvel Route 1, Larry R. Beier, Route 1, Rosendale, Eldorado, April 5. speeding, $100.

Daughter, Allisa Jo, to Dick and Sheree Noel T. Losey, 170 E. Scott speeding, West, 387 E. 12th April 5. $80.

Steven W. Shortreed, Madison, speeding, Divorces $60. Sylvester C. Adamski Ripon, and LinJane L. Norton, Rosendale, speeding, $60.

da S. Adamski, Ripon. Alvin J. Ebert, Route 2, Campbellsport, George D. Polinow Balch Springs, too fast for conditions, $60.

and Sharon L. Pollnow, Ripon. Gorden R. Vaughan, 229 Broadway Linda L.M. Esse, North Fond du Lac, North Fond du Lac, open intoxicant in from Darrell E.

Esse, city. motor vehicle, $50; and permitting Donald R. Gloyd, Route 2, Ripon, from unauthorized person to drive, $50. May B. Gloyd, Tucson, Ariz.

James N. Krohn, Route 5, no valid Julie N. Blank, Ripon, from Jeffrey A. driver's license, $50. Blank, Route 3, Ripon.

Jeff's Trucking Waupun, axle Warren P. Bluhm, Ripon, and Lynn M. overload, $195.20. Bluhm, Route 2, Princeton. INCOME TAX MONTHLY ACCOUNTING Reasonable Rates BUSINESS ACCOUNTING SERVICES 416 N.

Main 923-1847 To Our Customers and All Who Have Wished Us Well We regret our inability to thank personally the many friends and acquaintances who have made our years in "The Biggest Little Drug Store in the City of Fond du Lac" memorable for us. From its April, 1929, grand opening to its March 1981, official closing, our drug store has reached "Full ending where, and with whom, it began 52 years ago. Although we shall miss our work and our contacts with you, our lives have been enriched by your loyalty. William and Gwendolyn Thiel CORRECTION! In our Kickoff ad in last night's Spring Car Show Auto Care Section, the portion showing Echlin Tune-Up Kits have a wrong part number. This kit shows cap and rotor which are not available at this price.

6 8 cylinder kits containing caps rotor are priced at $11.99 for 6 cyl. and $14.70 for 8 cyl. AUTOMOTIVE SALES SERVICE Inc. Fireplace Furnishings from BOULAY'S LAWN and GARDEN 928 S. Main St.

Glass Enclosures Wood Burning Heaters Built-in Fireplaces Fireside Furnishings Open Weekdays Fri. til 9, Saturday 9-5 Spurt Hausa Spring Early Bird Sale Days: THURS, April 9 SUN, April 12 TENNIS BEAUTIFUL WARMUPS I Men's, Women's Children's Tennis Racquets 1 10 OFF By Adidas, Court Casuals, Head, Wilson Bravado, DuBois, Tennis Balls Winning Ways 20 off $225 SOFTBALL 4 DAYS All Tennis per can Top Quality Shirts Shorts ONLY! Leather Softball Shoes $25.00 Reg. $1895, 15 SALE All Tennis Shoes Men's Ladies In Stock Uniforms OFF: Bjorn Borg shoe by Diadora Including famous To Up OFF SWIM SUITS by Speedo Head 5 0 OFF Softball Bats "The Crooked Bat' $3300 RUNNING Easton Zapper All Running Shirts Shorts OFF Youth League Ball Gloves OFF Adidas SL80 Running Shoes Dudley 4 ONLY! Reg. $3935 $2850 SALE DAYS 12" Leather Softballs. Cover All New Shoes OFF 12" Synthetic Leather Softballs.

$41 Just in: Men's Ladies' $31 Nike Yankee Brooks Night Hawk 11" Synthetic Cover Brooks 420 Brooks 620 Synthetic Cover Core. $25 New Balance: National Class 610 FOND DU LAC AVE. Sport Haus 923-1290.

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