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Page 4B Monday, June 1, 1998 Marshfield News-Herald Obituaries tLouis Koran Sr. Louis R. Koran 88, of Marshfield died at 10:15 a.m. May 30, 1998, at St. Joseph's Hospital Hospice Care Unit where he was Popoff) Nelson, 80, of Traverse City, died May 28, 1998, in Traverse City.

Services were at 10:30 a.m.-today at the Spirit Baptist Church. Burial will be in the Hillcrest Cemetery. Visitation was from 4 to 8 p.m. Sunday at Dallmann Funeral Home in Rib Lake and again from 9:30 a.m. until service time today at the church.

She was born May 24, 1918, in Jackson, Mich. admitted May 23. Koran had in in ill health for the past two years. "7. Services will be at 2 p.m.

at RembsKun-dinger Chapel. The Rev. Robert rA. Schaller, pas I Louis Koran Sr. Palahia Panczyk NEILLSVILLE Palahia Panczyk, 82, Neillsville, died May 31, 1998, at her home.

Arrangements are pending at the Gesche Funeral Home. EinoPertunen OWEN Eino H. Pertunen, 78, Owen, died May 29, 1998, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. Arrangements are pending at Maurina Funeral Home of Owen.

Originator of mutual funds dies NEW YORK (AP) Philip Lord Carret, an investor who started one of the nation's first mutual funds, died Thursday. He was Carret was a "value" investor who bought shares of companies with steady earnings, strong balance sheets and committed managers. In 1928, he used an investment pool of $25,000 from friends and family to found the Pioneer Fund. Although the fund lost money during the stock market crash of 1929 and the Great Depression, Carret led Pioneer for 55 years through some of the best long-term returns in the fund industry. tor of Sacred Heart Catholic Church, will officiate.

Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Visitation will be from 12:30 a p.m. until service time Tuesday at I the funeral chapel. He was born April 11, 1910, in Black River Falls, to Anton and 7nna (nee Dobes) Koran. He mar- tried Katherine E.

Schoen on Feb. 1934, in Crown Point, Ind. Mr. Koran was educated in Black River Falls schools. He was T'employed by the Jackson County 11' Highway Department for a few 1917, in Marshfield, to Andrew I.

and Anna M. (nee Wagner) Kopf. He married Violet I. Mathson on May 20, 1939, in Waterloo, Iowa. She died March 24, 1965.

He married Caroline C. Kiesling Eckes on Feb. 11,1966, in Marshfield. He was educated in Marshfield schools. Prior to his military service he was employed by Maurer Roofing and went into partnership in Quality Roofing.

He then served in the United States Navy in the Asiatic Pacific Theatre from March 16, 1945 to April 15, 1946. After his honorable discharge he farmed in the town of Marshfield and did plastering with his father until 1956. He then went on his own in the plastering business until his retirement in 1982. The Kopfs moved to the city of Marshfield in 1988 and had continued to reside here. Mr.

Kopf was an honorary life member of the John Eisen Council 1799 of the Knights of Columbus, a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church and its Holy Name Society; and a former member of the American Legion Post 54 and the Marshfield Elks Lodge 665. He is survived by his wife, Caroline Kopf; his two sons, Thomas Kopf of Chicago and John (Mary Kay) Kopf of Eau Claire; two daughters, Carole (Terry) Bradley of Marshfield and Vicki (David) Majerus of Marshfield; 1 1 grandchildren and four great-grandchildren; two sisters, Blanche (Clyde) Boles of Friendship and Joyce (Gilbert) Parks, Marshfield; and one brother, Gordon (Marie) Kopf of Peshtigo. He was predeceased by his parents and three brothers, Raymond, Justin and James. In lieu of flowers, memorials may be given in Ervin's name as a memorial will be designated at a later date. Joseph's Parochial School in Stratford.

He farmed in the town of Eau Pleine prior to his marriage and worked at the Stratford Fur Farm. After their marriage, the couple began farming at their present farm in the town of Lincoln until his retirement in 1987. He continued to reside on the farm while his wife, Elizabeth, was a resident of the Marshfield Center for the past four years. Mr. Hoffman was a member of Our Lady of Peace Catholic Church.

He is survived by his wife; his children Robert (Karin) Hoffmann of Abbotsford, James (Sue) Hoffmann of Marshfield, Joan (Bill) Schmoll of Marshfield, Ann Cornelius of Nekoosa, Michael (Bonnie) Hoffmann of Marshfield, Ken (Kerry) Hoffmann of Marshfield, Russell (Susan) Hoffmann of Marshfield, Susan (Steve) Kromanaker of Hudson, Marge (Ken) Zepplin of Marshfield, Richard Hoffmann of Marshfield, Karen (Al) Krause of Milladore, Paul Hoffmann of Marshfield, Cheryl (Brian) Amacher of Marshfield and Mary (Gordon) Wix of Marshfield; 31 grandchildren, five stepgrandchildren and four great-grandchildren. He is also survived by his daughter-in-law, Pam (Al) Hoffmann-Bardole of Wisconsin Rapids; two brothers, Archie (Mae) Hoffmann and Lawrence (Florence) Hoffmann, all of Wisconsin Rapids; and two sisters, Lucille Miller and Theresa (Theodore) Ramel, all of Wisconsin Rapids. He was predeceased by his son, Donald Hoffmann in 1979; a daughter, Susan Marie in infancy; by a grandson, Jeffrey Schmoll in 1990; his parents; two brothers, Alphonse and Donald Hoffmann; and by seven sisters, Lorelta, Lorinda and Lucinda in infancy, Florence Lesch, Mary Unglaub, Marcella Treader and Ann Hein. years before he owned and operated 5' various taverns in the central He is survived by his wife, Goldie I. (nee Moore) Nuernberger; eight children, Ellyn (Roger) Paul of Hubertus, David (Doris) Nuernberger of Sheboygan Falls, Marjorie (Paul) Metz of Dorchester, Neal (Mary) Nuernberger of Athens, Nancy Wycliffe, Paul (Linda) Nuernberger, Mary (Jeff) Hoffman and Sara K.

Nuernberger, all of Medford; 15 grandchildren and three great-grandchildren; a brother, Herbert (Lorraine) Nuernberger of Medford; and four sisters, Louise (Otto) Berry of Curtiss, Erna Geiger of King, Kathryn Russell of Goleta, and Judith (William) Sunderland of North Dakota. Joseph Hubing LOYAL Joseph M. Hubing, 84, Loyal, died May 29, 1998, at St. Joseph's Hospital in Marshfield. Services were at 1 1 a.m.

today at St. Anthony's Catholic Church in Loyal. Burial will be in the parish cemetery. Visitation was from 5 to 9 p.m. Sunday at the Rinka Funeral Home.

He was born June 20, 1913, in the town of Loyal. He had taken over the family farm, which became a century farm. Surviving are three daughters, Carol Hubing of Loyal, Joan Hubing of Neillsville and Sharon (Marty) Briceland of Greenwood; two sons, Duane Hubing and Jerry (Cathy) Hubing, all of Loyal; one granddaughter and three step-grandchildren. Ceona Huther MEDFORD Ceona L. "Sis" (nee Soderberg) Huther, 78,.

Medford, died May 30, 1998, at Memorial Hospital Long Term Care. Services will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Holy Rosary Catholic Church. Burial will be in the Medford Catholic Cemetery. Visitation will be from 4 to 9 p.m.

today at the Hemer Funeral Home. She was born April 12, 1920, in Thorp. She had been employed as the assistant clerk of courts of Taylor County. Surviving are her daughter, Kay Buckmaster of Green Bay; son, Alan (Nancy) Huther of Medford; six grandchildren, four stepgrandchildren, four great-grandchildren and eight stepgreat-grandchildren; and her sister, Clarice "Dolly" (Dean) Hubbard of Thorp. Geraldine Nelson SPIRIT Geraldine (nee Wood County Surviving are three sons, Clarence (Judith) Nelson of Traverse City, Douglas (Tomi) Nelson of Green Bay, and James (Lori) Nelson of Bartlett, two daughters, Laurel Oddo of Lombard, 111., and Joanne (Larry) Karnuth of Glen Ellyn, 16 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren.

Chester Zajack THORP Chester Zajack, 77, Thorp, died May 31, 1998, at Victory Medical Center in Stanley. Services will be at 10:30 a.m. Wednesday at St. Hedwig's Chapel in Thorp. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m.

Tuesday at the Thorp Funeral Home. Terry Galowski ABBOTSFORD Terry Galowski, 44, Waupun, formerly of Abbotsford, died May 28, 1998, of cancer at Waupun. Graveside services will be at 7 p.m. June 8 at the Abbotsford Public Cemetery. Maurina Funeral Home of Abbotsford Is in charge of the arrangements.

He was born Sept. 15, 1953, in Cook County, 111. He is the former owner and operator of the Land Mark Tavern in Colby. Surviving are his wife, Beverly (nee Smazal) Galowski of Medford; three sons, Terry Galowski and Allan Galowski, both of Wausau, and Jerry Galowski of Omro; one daughter, Jennie (Larry) Sorensen of Lublin; three stepchildren, Lisa Recore, Duwayne Recor and Stacey Recore; three grandchildren; his parents, Frank and Annastazia Galowsky of Abbotsford; two brothers, John (Sandy) Galowski of Mosinee and Peter Galowski of Fox Lake; and his sister, Olga (Stephen) Hryndej of Abbotsford. Death here Julia Zagzebski, 18 days old, Wausau, died May 30, 1998, at St.

Joseph's Hospital. Wisconsin area. He retired from that business in 1962. The Korans i to Marshfield in 1959 where t' rhe was a janitor for the Marshfield Library for two years. He then became the maintenance man at Rogers Cinema until 1996 when he retired due to ill health.

He was a member of Sacred Heart Catholic Church. Mr. Koran is survived by his wife, Katherine Koran who resides with her daughter; his son, John (Geraldine Koran of Marshfield; his daughter, Esther Cruz of Minneapolis; 12 grandchildren and eight great-grandchildren; four sisters and one brother. He was predeceased by his one son, Louis R. Koran two grandchildren, Mark and Carrie c.

Koran; and by two sisters and four brothers. Jerome Hoffmann Jerome A. Hoffmann, 81, of. 11255 Robin Road, died at 1:46 p.m. May 29, 1998, at St.

Joseph's Hospital where he had been admit No contest plea WISCONSIN RAPIDS Jason E. Jennerman, 20, of 610 W. Arnold pleaded no contest in Wood County Circuit Court to sexual contact without permission, battery and disorderly conduct. The charges stem from a Nov. 30, 1997, incident in the town of Marshfield.

Sentence was withheld and he was placed on probation for one year. He was also ordered to pep form 100 hours of community service and was fined $1,015.50. Divorces Terry J. Hanson and Rachel M. Hanson, both of Wood County; married June 19, 1993, in Wisconsin: The maiden name of Merkel was ordered restored.

Gene M. Woehrle and Laura Woehrle, both of Wood County; married Aug. 25, 1995, iri Wisconsin. The maiden name of, Anderson was ordered restored. Stanley J.

Kroening and Kathleen L. Kroening, both of Wood County; married Feb. 12, 1996, in Wisconsin The maiden name of Barker was ordered restored. Richard Oliver Richard H. Cliver, 83, of 619 N.

Ash died at 3:10 p.m. May 30, 1998, at St. Joseph's Hospital hospice home, House of the Dove, ted on May 19. Kopf Funeral ser vices will be at 11 a.m. Tuesday at Our aHu Ervin J.

Kopf, 80, of 1603 S. Locust died at 10:15 a.m. May 31, 1998, at the Marshfield Center where he had been a resident where he was admitted the day before. Funeral services will be at 2 p.m. Tuesday at Peace Catholic 1 Zf.

nurcn wun ine 1 V- Rev. James J. I ffS. L.nrisi Lumeran 1 1, rt sci 1 Church. The Rev.

JT', Vil Logan, pastor, officiating. Music will be Drovided bv Mark A. Krueger, since aept. 5, 1997. Funeral services will be at a.m.

Wednesday at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. The Rev. Robert I A. Schaller, pas-flor, will officiate, 'clen Brinkmann will be the organist pastor, will oltici-ate. Use Bradtke will be the organist and William A.

Allen will be Richard Cliver Ervin Kopf 71 Jit I IKS-. the soloist. Burial will be in Brooklawn Memory Gardens in the town of Richfield. Pallbearers will be Larry, Michael and David Cliver, John Dettmann, Dale DeSloover and Ken Weigel. Visitation will be from 11 a.m.

until service time Tuesday at the church. RembsKundinger Chapel is assisting the family. He was born Nov. 17, 1914, in the town of Marshfield, to William and Olga (nee Weise) Cliver. He married Lucille A.

Wundrow on t-yrrr Helen Jerome Brinkmann, Hoffmann organist, and Frank Binder, soloist. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven Cemetery. Serving as pallbearers will be his grandsons, Eric, Dusty, Cory, Jessie, Matthew and Jason Hoffmann and Brian Rucker and Tim Zepplin. Visitation will be from 4 to 8 p.m. today at the RembsKundinger Chapel and again until service time Tuesday.

An Our Lady of Peace Parish Prayer Service will be held at 7:30 p.m. today at the funeral chapel. Mr. Hoffmann was born Sept. 22, 1916, in the town of Eau Pleine in Marathon County, to Joseph and Elizabeth (nee Meyer) Hoffmann.

He married Elizabeth M. Weber on June 21, 1941, at Sacred Heart Catholic Church. He was educated at Lindberg School in March Rapids and St. for John F. Binder, Francis Plank and James W.

Eckes, vocalists. Burial will be in Gate of Heaven His grandchildren will as pallbearers. Military rites rwill be conducted at the cemetery Jby the American Legion Post 54 of Marshfield. Visitation will be from 5 to 8 Tuesday at the Chapel and 'again until service time on A Sacred Heart Parish service will be combined with the Knights of Columbus "Rosary service at 7:30 p.m. Tuesday at the funeral chapel.

Mr. Kopf was born Dec. 14, WANTED TO Travel .....25 Adoption 26 HAPPY ADS 27 CARD OF THANKS 28 715-387-4175 Include the following Information: RECREATIONAL In Memoriam 29 Aviation 87 BOATS, CANOES AND ACCESSORIES. 83 Cemetery Lots 30 Florists 31 PERSONALS 32 Strayed, Lost, Found 33 CAMPERS AND TRAILERS 89 Billing name address Person to contact for verification Start date classification Number of days ad is to run Phone number to reach you MOTORCYCLES and ATVs for Sale :..90 Sporting Goods 101 SNOWMOBILES 102 weekdays 8am-5pm. AUTOMOTIVE AUTOMOBILES FOR SALE 34 VANS, PICKUPS, TRUCKS FAX ads are subject to credit ap RENTALS For Sale 38 Sleeping Rooms ....103 proval and normal deadlines.

We reserve the right to edit, property classify or decline any ad. Sports Utility 39 Jan. 29, 1934, at Christ Lutheran Church. They celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary in 1984. Mr.

Cliver attended town of Marshfield schools. He was employed by Blum Bros. Box Factory until starting employment with Roddis Plywood in 1942. He worked in the detail department of Weyerhaeuser Co. until his retirement in 1978, after 36 years.

He continued to reside in Marshfield and enjoyed camping, card playing and was a volunteer at Christ Lutheran Church. He was a member of Christ Lutheran Church; the Senior Citizens Club; the Fraternal Order of Eagles Badger Aerie 624 of Marshfield; the International United Brotherhood of Carpenters Joiners of America; and an honorary member of the United Brotherhood of Carpenters and Joiners of America Local 1733. Mr. Cliver is survived by his wife, Lucille Cliver; his son, Ronald (Sarah) Cliver of Green Bay; two grandchildren, Larry (Criss) Cliver of St. Louis, and Connie (John) Dettmann of Green Bay; three great-grandchildren, Michael and Amy Cliver and Heather Dettmann; and his brother, ROOMMATES WANTED 104 Wanted: Autos, Trucks 40 Auto Parts, Accessories 41 DUPLEXES for Rent.

105 APARTMENTS for Rent 106 Construction Equip 42 Auto Service, Repairs 43 FOR PERSONAL ASSISTANCE CALL 715-384-3131 MARSHFIELD NEWS-HERALD FREE electronic hearing tests will be given at your local Beltone Center by a Wisconsin State Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist. The tests have been arranged for anyone who suspects they are experiencing hearing loss, such as being able to hear but not being able to understand words. Benefits of hearing aids vary by type and dearee of hearina loss, noise CALL 715-384-3131 OFFICE HOURS: WEEKDAYS 8a.m.-5p.m. The News-Herald reserves the right to censor, reclassify, revise, edit or reject any classified advertisement not meeting the standards of acceptance of the The News-Herald. Final decisions for credit approval are at the discretion of the Publisher.

As a courtesy to our readers, we extend credit and will bill you for your classified ad if you reside within The News-Herald circulation area. All moving sale ads must be paid for in advance. To place an ad or cancel an ad, please call by 12 Noon for the day's paper; 2 p.m. Friday for Monday; Saturdas Cover Story deadline is Wednesday noon EMPLOYMENT ChiWAdultCare 44 GENERAL HELP WANTED 45 Sales Positions 49 Medical 50 Tom Koderl BCHIS Licensed Hearing Instrument Specialist OOPS! Missed Your Paper? Work Wanted 51 ADULT CARE We hope not, but if your carrier fails CBRF Rooms ..52 FINANCIAL to make delivery, call himher promptly. If your carrier cant be reached, call us at 384-3131 Monday through Friday, pm Saturdays 8 am.

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PETS DOGS, CATS, PETS, PUBLISHERS LIABILITY In the event of an error in any ad Marshfield. He was predeceased by his parents; two brothers, Charles and Robert Cliver; and by a grandson in infancy. Elmer Nuernberger STETSONVILLE Elmer A. HOUSES, Condominiums for Rent 109 MOBILE HOMES for Rent 11 0 Wanted to Rent 111 Storage Space 112 Garages for Rent 118 Mobile Home Sites for ....115 Business Rentals 116 Cottages, 117 Lots Acreage for Rent Farms for Rent 119 Farm Land for Rent 120 REAL ESTATE HOMES, CONDOMINIUMS I for Sale ..121 Real Estate Wanted 123 Investment Property 124 Business Properly MOBILE HOMES 126 LOTS and 128 Vacation and Lake Property 129 Farms for Sale 130 Hobby Farms 131 Farm Land for Sale 132 Farms, Land Wanted 133, AUCTIONS i Auction Sales 136 AGRICULTURAL Poultry and Supplies 137 HORSES, CATTLE. OTHER STOCK 138 Wanted: Livestock 139.

Farm Services 140 FARM EQUIPMENT 14 HAY, STRAW, GRAIN for Sale 142 Seed Grain 143 Corn for Sale a 144 Feed and Fertilizer 145 SUPPLIES 61 verisement, the publisher shall 'not MERCHANDISE be responsible for any amount in excess of the space occupied by the noted error, and then for one day's incorrect insertion. In case there is any error in price, the advertising GIVEAWAY 63 GARAGE, RUMMAGE SALES. 64 Hearing Aid Centers Marshfield Neillsville 1110AN Central Ave 450 Hewitt Ph: 387-2455 Ph: 743-7577 Toll-free 1-800-863-3995 Nuernberger, 80, Little Black, died May 29, 1998, at his home. Misc. Sales Events 65 BARGAIN COUNTER.

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