Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 18, 1973 · Page 2
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Postvllle (Iowa) Herald Wednesday, April 18, 1973 Gunder News Mrs. Cornelius Reierson Correspondent Harold Opsand was a Sunday .dinner guest in the Arthur Amundson home at Clermont. Mrs. Emma Loftsgard and Marion were callers in the Mervin Reierson home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson visited in the Mrs. Edna Anderson home while the girls 4-H went bowling. Betty Reierson returned to Calmar Tuesday afternoon after a short vacation in the Lloyd Reierson home. Mrs. Gordon Oakland spent Saturday forenoon in the Lloyd Reierson home. A card party was held in the Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard home April 7 {those present we re: Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Blockhus, Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Reierson and Diane, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Houg, Mr. and Mrs. Tilpher Bilden, Mr. and Mrs. Orvln Loftsgard, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson, Mr. and Mrs. Lave me Imoehl, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson. Kara Loftsgard spent Saturday with Mary and Sara In the Orvln Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson, Rachel, Erick and Leigh visited Mrs. Randlne Hanson at the Good Samaritan Home at West Union Sunday afternoon and later called in the Walter Long home at Volga. Saturday afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ed Long of Hiawatha were visitors of the Harold Hanson family. Mr. and Mrs. Lave me Imoehl spent Saturday evening with Mrs. Angela Imoehl helping her celebrate her 75th birthday at Qs- slan. Mrs. Laverne Imoehl and children called on Mrs. Anna Kleve at Osslan Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. otto Glsleson were callers in the Mrs. Alma Christiansen home at Clermont Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson spent Wednesday evening in the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth KJosa home. Mrs. Kenneth Mork visited Mrs. Laura Baumgartner at West Union Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. will Bergen and Mrs. olvin Olson attended the wedding of Linda Thorsgaard and Steve Allen Meister at the Norway Lutheran Church Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Anderson attended the funeral of Mervin Dougherty Wednesday. Wayne Amundson and Larry and Mrs. Morris Amundson were recent visitors in the Mrs. Emma Loftsgard home. Saturday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson visited In the Robert Swenson home. Mrs. Annie Loftsgard was a NEED HELP? SOUNDS LIKE A JOB FOR MIGHTYGAS Philgas disguised as MIGHTYGAS helps people so many ways ... cooking, house heating, water heating, as truck or tractor fuel, flame weeding, in pig or poultry brooders, and many others. Call us for more information ... put Philgas to work for you now. I No other type of fuel does so many things so well as Philgas. I Marianno IP-Gas, Inc. Phone 864-7451 Postville, Iowa Two-Way Radio on trucks for faster, more efficient service. •Phlln* ta tk« PhllllM Pttrolium C*. Tndcmtk In It* U*h quilt? Uf-Om. Sunday dinner guest In the Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith home, returning home Monday afternoon. Mrs. Clara Larson is spending a few days In the Dwayne Miller home at Cedar Falls. Mrs. Helga Bilden spent Monday in the David Smock home at Wadena. Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Tilpher Bilden, Mrs. Clara Larson attended confirmation services at the United Church of Christ for their nephew and grandson Darrell Larson. Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Tilpher Bilden and family, Helga Bilden attended the Bilden and Taylor wedding reception at the East Clermont Lutheran Church. Mrs. Helga Bilden and Tilpher visited olaf Hanson at Mercy hospital at Oelweln, being called their by his Illness Monday. Delayed News Due to Snowstorm Mr. and Mrs. Will Bergen ware Friday evening visitors In the E. K. Mork home at Clermont. Mrs. Myron Houg and Mrs. Gordon Oakland attended the shower for Linda Thorsgard at the Ben Butlkofer home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Friederich and Laurie were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Orlan Landsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Klanz of Elkader are the parents of a girl born March 11, named Kim- be rly Lynn; Mrs. Klanz is the former Becky Rude. Friday supper guests in the Henry Christiansen home were Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rude and Randy. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christianson, Clete and Craig were Sunday dinner guests in the John A. Muller home at Farmersburg. Betty Reierson spent the weekend in the Lloyd Reierson home. Mrs. Harold Hanson and Leigh were Thursday afternoon callers in the Joseph Reierson home. Erick Hanson visited in the Laverne Imoehl home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson and Dean took dinner up Sunday and enjoyed it with Elmer Eberling who recently returned from the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hanson, Rachel, Erick and Leigh and Harold Opsand were dinner guests in the Bernard Hanson home Sunday. On Saturday afternoon Mrs. Morris Amundson, Mrs. Orlan Landsgard, Mrs. Christine Ry- pestol, Mrs. Roger Wettleson, Mrs. Harold Hanson and Rachel and Leigh attended abridalshow- er for Pauline Amundson in the Harley Evenson home. Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Imoehl and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Leo Steinlage home at New Hampton. Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. Otto Gisleson. Mrs. Annie Loftsgard spent last Monday afternoon with Mrs. Otto Gisleson. Mrs. Annie Loftsgard was a Sunday dinner guest in the home of the Rodney Smiths. Last Monday Mrs. Annie Loftsgard accompanied Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard to Rochester to visit Mrs. Rodney Smith who had major surgery. Mrs. Joseph Baker visited Thursday in the Tilpher Bilden home. Saturday Mrs. Annie Loftsgard was a dinner guest at the Mr. and Mrs. Ole Erickson home at West Union and attended the Earl Halve r son funeral at the Methodist Church, she also called on her sister Elisabeth Solomon at the West Union hospital. Alden Anderson and Gary of Nlckerson, Kansas were Sunday evening supper guests in the Harvey Anderson home. Eddie Hanson was a Friday dinner guest in the Kenneth Mork home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Loftsgard, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutte of Postvllle and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Loftsgard spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Milt Schutte and family at Big Lake, Minnesota. On Sunday they attended baptism for Chantel Lynn at the Saron Lutheran church at Big Lake, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Loftsgard were sponsors. Jarrod Loftsgard spent Thursday and Friday in the Bernard Loftsgard home. Mrs. Mervin Larson had major surgery at Lacrosse Friday eve 7 ning. Mr. and Mrs. Michael Bo wen of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests in the Tilpher Bilden home, Frankvllle News Mrs, David .Hughes ] Comtpondvni PLAYTDC 18HOUK GIRDLE a $O01 OFFON GIRDLES (S101onBriel) $101 OFF ON BRAS (Styles »20.27.220.227) NOW IN DD SIZES Thesearethefamouslirmcontrolgirdlesandsupportbrasthat are comfortable lor hours. They're made with the exclusive Playtex stretch fabric with the exact combination of strength and softness for truly comfortable support and control. Dereen Style Shop "Where Style and Budget Meet" Bethlehem, Frankvllle . and Rossville Presbyterian Churches ***** K*iih A. Kensinger, Minister Assistant - Phil Olson Sunday April 22-10:00 a.m. - Sunday School 11:00 a.m. - Easter Worship (Two Weeks News Due To Snow storm) ( Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Laterman were Sunday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Henning. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Henning and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Opfer of Waukon in honor of John Opfer's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Wey and Donald were Saturday ever ning supper guests in the home of their daughter and son-in-law Mr. and Mrs. Leo Bodensteiner. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Engen and Diane were Saturday evening visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Winters. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby and family and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Froelke were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gene Brainard and Margaret of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Tom Froelke are spending a week in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby. They will leave Thursday for Ft. Dlx, New Jersey and leave for Spain on April 16. Mrs. Duana Feickert and boys of Postville were Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday visitors in the home of Mrs. David Hughes. Jimmy Hughes son of Mr. and ; Mrs. David Hughes celebrated his 4th birthday on Monday. Guests were: Mrs. Duane Feickert,Scott and Timmy, Mrs. Roger Bechtel and Stacy and Raymond all of Postville, Mrs. David Dlnger, Penny and Brenda, Mrs. Dale Neirling, Annette and Chad all gf Decorah; Mrs. Ted Hughes, Missy and Anne, Raymond Watson, Darin Berg, Mrs. Pick, Whlta, : and Cindy, and,. Kenny.,,..A .train,; birthday cake was made by Mrs,7 Roger Bechtel of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krambeer Sr. of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Krambeer and Da Ann of Decorah were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Berg and Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Snitker are the proud grandparents of a baby boy born to Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Berg of Springfield. The new arrival was born Wednesday evening at St. Luke's Hospital, Cedar Rapids. He was named Aaron Daniel and weighed 8 Ib. 15 1/2 oz. Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family were Saturday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dale Neirling and family of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Frey, David and Larry were Sunday evening visitors in the home of Mr, and Mrs. Leslie Laterman. Kathleen Frey attended a card party Sunday evening in the home of Julie Lange of Postville. Mrs. Richard Schelt and Carl of Cedar Rapids were Monday through Wednesday visitors in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Halverson and Chad and Rosle Engen of Decorah were Sunday dinner guests in the home of their parents Mr. and Mrs. Lester Engen. Robert Fadness and Yvonne of Postville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of his mother Ethel Fadness and Richard. Mr. and Mrs. Fay ward were Saturday visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. James Copas, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Copas, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mindham of Boscobel, Wisconsin. Mrs. Esther Gilbertson of Houston, Minnesota was a Saturday visitor in the home of Mrs. Ethel Fadness. They had traveled together on their tour to Florida. They also visited Mr, and Mrs. Robert Fadness and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brockmeyer of Postville, where they enjoyed each other's pictures and compared notes of their tour on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. David Hughes and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of her mother Mrs. Betty Ellison of Decorah. Mrs. Ray Scott and Kenny of Cedar Rapids was also a visitor. Captain Paul Kneeskern of Ft. Knox, Kentucky flew to Cedar Rapids to his sister and husband Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schelt and Carl, where they brought him home to their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern, on Friday afternoon. He will return home on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Schelt and Carl returned home on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Kramer and boys of Montlcello were Saturday afternoon until Sunday afternoon visitors in the home of her parents Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern. Mrs. Merlin Snitker left last Sunday to see her new grandson Aaron Daniel son of Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Berg of Springfield and returned home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Snitker and family of Waukon were Sunday afternoon visitors In the home of his parents Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Snitker. Mr. and Mrs. Dennis Krambeer and DeAnn of Decorah were Saturday visitors In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Frey and family were Sunday evening visitors in the home of his mother Mrs. Hazel Frey of Wadena. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Frey and : family were Sunday afternoon callers In the home of Edith Baumgartner o f Strawberry Point. Kathleen Frey was a weekend visitor in the home of her cousin, Mr, and Mrs. Gordon Faust and family of Strawberry Point. She returned home Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Frey and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lindy Frey and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Faust and family of Strawberry Point. ADULT DANCE "Blue Flames" Sat., April 21 For Booth Reservations Call 539-4329 DREAMLAND BALLROOM Postville, Iowa confirmation at the Virgil Opfer home. Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Winkle. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duvel and Fred Duvel were last Sunr day dinner guests at the Demls Winkle home at Marion. They helped observe their twin granddaughters Donelle and Danette's fourth birthday. A birthday dinner fbrRalphSnlt- ker was held at Mrs. Martha Snitker's on Thursday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Koenlg, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Koenig, Mrs. Nor ma Kruger and Mrs. Lorrayne Kruger. Mrs. Clarence Larson and Marvin Flack visited their mother at the Lacrosse Hospital on Saturday evening. Mrs. Marie Hoffman visited her mother Mrs. Hirtha Grotegut at the Julian Hanson home on Sunday afternoon. Danelle Kruger arrived home Friday evening from Forest City College to spend her Easter vacation with her mother Mrs. Norma Kruger. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Sonnicksen and Lynnette of Oelweln were weekend guests at the Clarence Larson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Kermlt Peterson visited at Lacrosse Lutheran hospital, where Mrs. Larson's mother is a patient, on Thursday. Potluck dinner guests at the Fred Duvel home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Winkle, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Duvel, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Duvel, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Flage, and Clara Ludeklng. Mr. and Mrs. John Hansmeier were Sunday dinner guests at the Merlin Hansmeier home. Oliver Thorsen visited a friend Dan Ferris at the convalescent home in Decorah Thursday. You can't lose on U.S. Savings Bonds — their interest is guaranteed to maturity. And, if your Bonds are lost, stolen, damaged, or destroyed, the Treasury will replace them free of charge. U. S. Savings Bonds help provide a worry-froe future. 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White Lifetime Door with insulated core •• $56.95 Aluminum Supreme Door Sale Priced at $34.80 Windows From $13.90 (Sale Ends April 30) UNITED BUILDING CENTERS PHONE 864-7713 Postville, Iowa BEAT INFLATION With Any Sportcoat You Buy Whether You Are Age 8 or 98, ANDERSON'S Will Give You Up To $25.00 In Additional Merchandise Absolutely FREE Yon Pick What You Need. You Buy A Sportcoat and We Will Let You Choose 20% of The Cost In Extra Merchandise. Boys' Sizes Age 10 To 20 Men's Sizes 37 To 52 From $17.95 From $35.00 Further FREE Merchandise If You Buy Your Spring or Easter Suit At ANDERSON'S We Will Furnish The Accessories FREE. • Shirt t Tie • Sox • Belt • Hanger • Suits $55.00 To $165.00 Above Offers Good Until May 1st Buy Where You Get QUALITY and FIT AT Reasonable Prices For The Prem We Have Tuxes For Rent In Many, Many Models and Colors, All By AFTER SIX - - Prices Start at $11.00 ANDERSON'S CLOTHING DIAL 864-3313 Postville, Iowa I

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