Clayton County Register

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Oct

Robert Zerkle service held

 

A celebration of life service was held for Robert H. Zerkle, at Hoard Museum in Fort Atkinson, WI on October 5, 2013, at 1 p.m.  

Robert is survived by his wife (former Lois Martin), their son Gregory and his wife (Cynthia Marty), sister-in-law Elaine Syverson, Elkader, brother-in-law, Virgil Martin, Anamosa and nieces and nephews.

Mon
07
Oct

Landsgard service notice

 

Thomas A. “Tom” Landsgard, 54, of Elgin, Iowa, died Wednesday, October 2, 2013, at Palmer Lutheran Health Center, West Union, Iowa. 

Visitation will be Friday, October 11, 2013 from 5-7 p.m. at Marion Lutheran Church, Gunder, Iowa, and one hour before services at the church on Saturday. Funeral Services will be at 11 a.m. on Saturday, October 12, 2013, at Marion Lutheran Church with Rev. Marshall Hahn officiating. Interment will follow at the Marion Lutheran Cemetery, Gunder, Iowa.

Mon
07
Oct

Glawes honored as Century Farm

Nestled in a lush valley at the end of a steeply meandering road sits one of Clayton County’s most beautiful farms. Owned for 100 years by the Glawe family, the farm, which is located just off Highway 13 a bit north of Elkader, could’ve been inspiration for a Grant Wood painting: well groomed yards, gently rolling fields, and pristine barns and sheds.

Mon
30
Sep

Douglas Arthur Carl Buckman

 

Douglas Arthur Carl Buckman, 54, of Sugarland, Texas, and former of Garnavillo, died September 21, 2013. He was born April 13, 1959, in Prairie du Chien, WI to Don and Donna (Robinson) Buckman. During his younger years, he played baseball and golfed. Douglas lived in Garnavillo through high school, where he ran cross-country and was on the track team. He graduated from Garnavillo High School in 1977. He then attended Iowa State University, from 1977-1981, and graduated from ISU with a BS in Mechanical Engineering.

Mon
30
Sep

Homecoming victory for Central


Central’s 2012 Homecoming Queen Amanda Meyers crowns the 2013 Homecoming King Byron Franks during halftime of the Central football game.

Samantha Tschirgi is crowned Central’s 2013 Homecoming Queen by 2012 Homecoming King Austin Kelly.

The Central Warriors celebrated Homecoming Friday with a decisive 86-44 victory against Rockford.

In first quarter action, Central’s Nathan Fitzgerald scored on a 3-yard run. The point after touchdown run failed. Fitzgerald scored again on a 15-yard run, putting the score at 12-0 after another failed point after touchdown run.

Mon
30
Sep

All about apples

 

“An apple a day keeps the doctor away” is more than a cliché: It’s sound nutrition advice. Apples are a low-calorie snack that’s high in fiber and vitamin C. In addition, preliminary research indicates that apples may help to reduce the risk of colon, prostate and lung cancer.

Mon
23
Sep

Michael John Nading

 

Michael “Mike” John Nading, 34, of Corydon passed away Thursday, September 12, 2013.

Michael was born September 14, 1978 to Vickie and William Nading in Manchester, Iowa.  Michael was baptized in infancy at the United Church of Christ in Elkader, Iowa. He was a 1997 graduate of Seymour Community High School and also served three years in the U.S. Army, where he met and married Ann Marie Maidher in Honolulu, Hawaii, March 2000. To this union two boys were born: Zebulun and Zachary.

Mon
23
Sep

Elsie Skaar Fagerholm

 

Elsie Marie Skaar Fagerholm was born April 5, 1922, on the family farm north of Hayward, MN, one of four siblings, to Peder J. and Elsie (Lunde) Skaar. She died peacefully September 5, 2013, in Rochester, with her family at her side. 

Elsie was baptized and confirmed in the Hayward Lutheran Church. She attended country school before graduating from Albert Lea High School in the class of 1940. Elsie was active in the Hayward 4-H and brought many projects to the Fairs, including her Minnesota State Fair  Championship  heifer. 

Mon
23
Sep

Harold Lloyd Mueller

 

Harold Lloyd Mueller was born the son of Lloyd and Adele (Hamann) Mueller on May 21, 1923, in McGregor, Iowa. He passed away on Wednesday, September 18, 2013, at the Guttenberg Care Center from complications following surgery.

Mon
23
Sep

Central girls get first win


Central’s Tara Follon, left, and Autumn Schuety go for a block in a game against MFL MarMac.

Abby Gifford, left, and Jennifer Koons get ready to return a volley.

 

The Central volleyball team scored their 1st win of the season September 19 against MFl MarMac.  Earlier in the week, Central took on Starmont on September 17, winning the 1st set, 26-24.

“This gave us the momentum going into the second set, but we were unable to capitalize on winning that first match and lost 25-20,” Coach Derek Bergan said.  “The second set was a hard fought set, and equaled up the score, and the third set you could see that our energy was down, and we lost 25-13.”

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