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Steak Night

Cootie Steak Fry – Call for Reservations by 3pm, 319-483-9287

 

Cootie Steak Fry! – Call for Reservations by 3pm, 319-483-9287.  Join the VFW at Post 79 for our famous Steak night! Your choice of meat grilled to your standards, garlic bread, potato and salad bar for one low price! Help support your Waverly area veterans and have a great meal all in one great evening!

8 oz Sirloin – $12.00
8 oz Ribeyes – $14.00
8 oz New York Strip -$14.00
5 oz Bacon Wrapped Fillet -$16.00
Iowa Chop -$10.00
Chicken – $9.00
Salad/Potato -$6.00

Marine Corps League Fish Fry

Thursday Dinner at the Club – Cootie Fish Fry @ 5:30 PM – 7:00 PM – $8.00


The fish fry is back! The Cootie’s have put together a fish dinner that can’t be beat! Join the festivities and get All You Care to Eat Fish Fry for just $8.00! Bring a friend and dine together. What better way to spend an evening than with good food and friends!

Thursday Dinner at the Club – Grilled Pork Loin Dinner (AA) – 5:30 PM – $8.00

Thursday Dinner at the Club – Grilled Pork Loin Dinner !    Get out of that hot kitchen and down to the club where a hassle free dinner awaits!  Tonight’s menu sponsored by the AMVETS Auxiliary is a grilled pork loin dinner for only $8.00 !  

AMVETS Auxiliary Meeting – 6:00 PM

AMVETS Auxiliary Meeting

Come join the AMVETS Auxiliary and stay informed!

NO AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Meeting

NO AMVETS Ladies Auxiliary Meeting.

AMVETS National Convention in Louisville, KY

AMVETS National Convention in Louisville, KY

Thursday Dinner at the Post (VFW) – Petersen’s Pulled Pork Meal – 5:30 PM to 7:00 PM – $8.00

Get out of that hot kitchen and down to the club where a hassle free dinner awaits!  Tonight’s menu hosted by the VFW consists of a Petersen’s Pulled Pork Meal for just $8.00 !  

Thursday Dinner at the Club (WAVP) – Reuben’s and Pasta Salad – $8.00

Get out of that hot kitchen and down to the club where a hassle free dinner awaits!  Tonight’s menu hosted by the WAVP consists of Reuben’s and Pasta Salad for just $8.00 !  

Karaoke at the Post featuring Box Canyon! – 6:00PM to 9:00 PM – Lasagna Dinner Special!

 

Karaoke at the Post featuring Box Canyon! – 6:00PM to 9:00 PM !  Enjoy some music in the company of friends!  Get your friends up to sing a few songs with you!  Dance! 

Also we will be having a Lasagna Dinner Special!

Burton William Boevers

Burton W. Boevers, age 87, of Waverly, Iowa, died on Thursday, July 4, 2019, at Bartels Lutheran Retirement Community in Waverly, Iowa.

Burton was born on May 27, 1932, at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo, Iowa, the son of William “Bill” and Nellie (Matthiesen) Boevers. Burton was baptized on June 12, 1932, at St. Matthew’s Lutheran Church in Readlyn and was confirmed on April 11, 1946, at St. John Evangelical Lutheran of Crane Creek. Burton attended grade school at Maxfield #2, and graduated from the Readlyn High School in 1951. Following his schooling, Burton helped on the family farm. On October 12, 1952, he was united in marriage to Delores Mae Oltrogge at Zion Lutheran Church in Readlyn. The couple made their home on the Boevers family farm, located 2 miles east and ¾ mile north of highways 3 & 63. On June 5, 1953, Burton entered the U.S. Army during the Korean Conflict. Burton served with H. Company, 47th Infantry Regiment, where he served in Germany for 15 months. Burton was honorably discharged on March 4, 1955. Burton then returned home, where he continued to farm until he semi-retired in November of 1987, and the couple moved to Waverly, making their home at 1208 Park Avenue.

Burton was a faithful member of St. John Evangelical Lutheran Church of Crane Creek, rural Tripoli, where Burton served on the church council, as Sunday School Superintendent, and was a member of the Won by One Choir. He was a member of the American Legion Post #176 in Waverly, where he served as an officer and was very active in the Honor Guard. Burton enjoyed volunteering at the Waverly Health Center, farming, fishing, woodworking, as well as many trips throughout the U.S. with Delores and friends. First and foremost, he loved spending time with his children, grandchildren, and great-grandchildren. Burton’s family was his greatest treasure.

Burton’s memory is honored by: his wife of sixty-six years, Delores (Toots) Boevers of Waverly, Iowa; three children, Kathy (Roger) Traetow of rural Waverly, Iowa, Craig (Lynne) Boevers of Tripoli, Iowa, and Karen (Brent) Platte of Tripoli, Iowa; twelve grandchildren, Monica (Michael) Strople, Laurie, Adam (girlfriend Sara Lease), and Andy (Morgan) Traetow, Lindsay (Asbjorn) Skeie, Emily (Cody) Solverson, Cassandra (Diogenes) Oliveira, Sarah, Elizabeth and Nathan Platte, and Shawn and Scott (Amanda) Hamerlinck; nine great-grandchildren, Jack Strople, Evelyn, Charlotte, Lily, and Lars Skeie, Iris Solverson, Nolan Hamerlinck, and Hannah and Julian Hamerlinck: and a sister-in-law, Bernita Oltrogge. Burton was looking forward to the arrival of three more great-grandchildren in the fall. 

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