Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 14, 1960 · Page 6
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Castalia News MKS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer. Thursday, December 15—Caroling Confirmation class, 7:30-S:3O, party •^following. Thursday, December 22, 7:00 p. •m. — Luther Leaugers. Saturday, 8:45-11:45 — Confirmation. 11:15-11:45—Junior choir. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. — Sunday school. 10:710 a. m.—Worship Service. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch Sunday. 9:30 a. m. — Sunday .School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Other Castalia News. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and Jim were visitors in the Walter Winter home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Everman attended La- -*es Aid at the Eldorado Lutheran church. Mr. and M^. Jerry Lybbert and "Kaia were Wednesday afternoon Ruests in the Walter Everman "Aome. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Szabo are •parents of a baby girl. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Welzel and Judy of Eldorado were Saturday night guests in the Donald Gilster "home. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster of Waukon were Sunday night guests. The M. C. A. club met at the home of Mrs. Miles Ames Wednes *iay afternoon. Mrs. Florence Al "bright led a study class on Psalms*Hyran books of the Ages;" the study book of the W. S. W. S. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara attended a Skelly meeting and banquet at Hotel Roosevelt in Cedar Rap- rids Thursdav nieht. They also visited with Sharon Schara, who is a student at Paris Academy. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Drebenstadt j w jn be -were Sunday dinner guests in the ; warrant. Al Drebenstadt home in Waukon. •Lois Everman. a student nurse at -Allen Memorial Hosnital. Waterloo, spent the weekend with her •parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mr=. Kenneth Schultz and Mrs. Walter Schultz spent Friday in La Cro'se. Wisconsin Highways Salted For Ice Control Heavy black lines show roads Included in the 1960-61 salting program of the Iowa State Highway Commission. It includes a total of 3 750 miles, an increase of 452 over last year. Salt is applied to remove or prevent ice as long as the temperature remains above 20°. Sand or cinders are used on curves or hills below this temperature, and on state roads not included in the salting program. HIGHWAYS SALTED FOR ICE CONTROL Ames — A salting program expanded to include 3,750 miles of primary highways was announced today by the Iowa State Highway Commission. The program for the 1960-61 winter includes 452 miles not salted last year. In all, somewhat over a third of all Iowa primary roads salted when conditions Salt is applied to remove or prevent ice as long as the temperature remains above 20 degrees. Below this temperature its effect is sharply reduced. Heavy snow must also be plowed from the road before salt can be effective. Commission crews will apply from 200 to 500 pounds of salt per mile. Icing conditions from light freezing rain at thirty degrees will be eliminated by 200 pounds per mile. More severe conditions or hilly terrain require more. Crews will apply sand or cinders Mr. and Mrs. Rov Schultz and j to hills and curves when the tern- Alan and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer perature falls below the minimum .iSchtiltz were Sunday supper guests for salting. This is also normal -in the Vern Hoffman home in Ross-' -vflle. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blumbaeen, •Bruce and Beth were Tuesday Barbara and Janet Stee of Decorah were Rimdav overnight visitors in the Clifford Stee home. Mrs. John Kluss and Mrs. Gus Drebenstadt visited Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Amanda Schier- fcolz in Postville. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Marie and Harlan, Jr., were Sunday guests in the Morton Stee home in Decorah. Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mrs. Lyle Kneeskern, Mrs. Dwayne Reisner, Alma Perry and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Estella Kneeskern. They helped Mrs. Kneeskern celebrate her birthday. Mrs. Elmer Hager was hostess to the 500 card club Tuesday night with a potluck supper at 6:30. Secret pals were revealed. New names and which months each one has for 1961 were drawn. There was an exchange of Christmas gifts. Those present were: Mrs. Elwyn Stee, Mrs. Mel Schopp, Mrs. Harlan Stee, Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt, Mrs. Ray Schara, Mrs. Robert Szabo, Mrs. Robert Kneeskern, Mrs. Clifford Stee, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. Mrs. Thomas Monroe and Mrs. William Schmidt. Mrs. Robert Szabo received high and traveling and Mrs. Clifford Stee, low prize. and light * 110 Allamakee-Clayton Electric Coop., Inc., .supplies 4.00 Snnfax Corp., supplies • 157.00 White Star Oil Co., supplies .... 40.80 Electric Motor Shop, repairs 5.40 Chicago Pump, supplies 48.28 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD I Wednesday, December M, 1980 I On motion, application at Arvey Bern j for renewal of tils trailer court license was approved. I On motion, application of Clarence Nelson for renewal of his Class "B" beer permit was approved. On motion, application of Robert C. Taylor for membership In the Postville Volunteer Fire Department was approved. On motion, the following monthly ea. timates of hospital project contractors were approved. Freeman Electric Company $ 7S7.10 Nels Johnson Construction Co. .. 2,1.270.70 f On motion, change order in sum of $4,! 118.21 for extra excavating, grading and seeding at the new hospital site by Nels Johnson Construction Company, was approved. The Cleric reported the following cash ceipts for the month of Novomber, 1060: Genera) Fund. Plumbing licenses % Building permits Junk sold Fines Hall rent Sanitation Fund. Sewer permits % Sewer cleaner sold ., Proceeds from sale of bonds 24,110.32 Sewer Plant Kevenue Fund. Sewer collections $2,668.73 Utilities Fund. Water connections % 3G0.00 Supplies 1.50 Water collections 9,460.09 Street Construction Fund. State of Iowa, gas tax refund ...» S29.6S Adjournment at 10:00 P. M. JOSEPH B. STEELE, TOWN CLERK TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS A special meeting of the Town Council of Postville was hold at the Community Memorial Hospital at 1:80 P. M. on December 8, 1000, with Mnyor I)., A. Davis presiding. C o u n c 11 m e n . present: Stanley W. Schroedcr, E. W. Koselkn'aiid It. C. Huebner. Absent: A, Burr Cook and K. Ted Green. Hospital Trustees present: L. W. Casten nnd Paul Schuttc. Building Committee members present: E. W. Kozclka and Bud Peglow of Monona, Iowa. The Mayor stated that the purpose of the meeting was to conduct a complete 10.00 12.50 32.26 26.00 46.00 1.60 .60 Herald Want Ads bring results. Inspection ot the comtrm « the hospital project, » n j .1 list of defects observed toil to Mr. Nols Johnson, tenSt for correction. 1 The inspection wns thtt ,j a list of the numcraui jS was compiled. Mr. Koifl,! to present the list 0 | j^J Johnson for his Immediate g Adjournment at 6:00 p. JOSBP1I B. Towa ( Some operators don't j, derstand the dittcrcm eloquence and end - I accidently locked! keys in my parked carl I had to break the vent window to get it this damage covered t my Automobile Cons hensive Insurance? Turner Ins. Age Phone 86 4 -5121 operation on highways not included in the salting program. The program includes eight major routes across Iowa. The east- west routes are U. S. 34, U. S. 30 and U. S. 20. Chief north-south routes are U. S. 75, U. S. 69, U. S. 61 and U. S. 65 north of Indianola. All open sections of the Interstate system are also salted. Additions this year include new , sections of the Interstate; U. S. 18 *ed in the Robert Dullstrom home j f rom Spencer to Emmetsburg; Iowa in Uossville Sunday afternoon. 117 f rom Estherville to Junction TCathv and Ruth Pfeffer were 1 witn n, s. 18; U. S. 71 from Villisca school homecoming guests with 11 0 Junction with U. S. 34; Iowa 92 -friends at Nora Serines Friday. ; {rom Winterset to Junction with "The Bart Gi'roy's and Jerome MC-:TJ S 71 . TJ . s . 6 3 from Oskaloosa to Andrew familv brought them bark' N ew Sharon; Iowa 14 from Mar- rSaturdav. calling briefly at the • shalltown to Junction with U. S "SiUtheran Dar«ona2e. guests in the Ray Bushman home aiear Festina. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schroeder. •JUrs. Elsie Schultz and Mrs. Ed tfttntss were weekend guests in the "Stail Arndt and Alvin Nuehring ".tome in Nora Sorings. Fritz Schnuelle and Judy Proceedings of the Postville Town Council This notice contains information concerning the business of Postville town government. It appears in the public interest, for the public good. The regular monthly meeting of the Town Council of Postville was held in the Council Room, Memorial Hall, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. on December 2, 1960, with Mayor B. A. Davis presiding. Councilmen present: Cook, Green, 20; Iowa 57"from"Eldora "to" Cedar i Schroeder and Koze,ka - Absent: Hueb"Wr. and Mrs. Norman Pankow. I Falls" and"Iowa" 1 froni Brighton" to • ner ' JCathy and Norman, Jr.. of Calrnar Washington run to determine which highways to add to the program. •wpent the weekend in the Clifford •SSjShar home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara of .Austin. Minnesota sp°nt Tuesday! .4ftemoon in the Ray Schara home. | Mr - and Mrs - Earl Bachelder of .J^ferv Sr-ruveinefus of Ossian was i West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Ray guest Friday and Saturdav. jRnnkle of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Fdwin Kn?plhardt. Sir. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and toys of Osian and Mr. and Mrs. Ed .l&igelhardt. Postville, snent Friday aiilSrt in the Leo O'Hara home. 'They helped Michael O'Hara cele- tjrate his birthday. Iffr. and Mrs. Fred Everman were '.Sunday guests in the Leslie An- ijerson home. They helped Mrs. .Anderson celebrate her birthday. Miles Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Lois and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt were Sunday night guests in the Floyd Harvey home. Paul Pfeffer of La Crosse was a weekend visitor at his parent's home. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stee and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and Karen and Mr. t The minutes of the regular meeting of Traffic counts were; November 4. 1060, were read and approved. The monthly reports of the Clerk. Treasurer, Superintendent of Departments and Marshal were rend and approved. Claims Paid. The following claims amounting to $5,156.81. having been audited by the Finance Committee, were presented and approved as follows: General Fund. Matt Parrott & Sons, supplies ..$ 1.88 | Interstate Power Company, hall lights 14.371 Citizens State Bank, reimbursement for supplies Give them smart new watches Rich in gifting inspiration is our magnificent collection of fine watches for ladies and men ... at prices for all budgets! Don's Jewelry Phone 86 4-7732 for evening appointments POSTVILLE, IOWA Joseph B. Steele, salary and ex penses Postville Farmers coal for hall Cooperative, 8.50 I 113.66 91.28 92.96 I 4.50: 12.71 j 2.50 Public Safety Fund. Koevenig's Store, police riot gun.$ Jack La Velle, Bigns Interstate Power Company, (ire house lights Hooker Supply Company, supplies C. K. Williamson, salary and answering police calls 415.76 Turner Insurance Agency, Insurance on Reo truck, less credit adjustment 24.00 John I». Gregg & Son, supplies .. 3.R0 Kenneth E. Ellis, police duty ... 66.10 Utilities Fund. Interstate Power Company, street lights * 210.66 Interstate Power Company, pumping Inertol Company, Inc., supplies .. Interstate Power Company, pump. 715.60 194.93 422.68 15.00 305.40 I 10.70 Harvey Martlng, machine hire ... Badger Meter Mfg. Company, meters W. S. Darley Company, supplies Gus' Plumbing and Heating, water connections 112.48 Enos Muchow, salary 285.96 Robert Martlndale, salary 804.65 • Leslie Lawson. machine hire ... 82.50 1 Ed Nelson, labor 8.00 1 1 Vencilof Holly, labor 10.31 Robert Martindale, expenses .... a on I Street Construction Fond. Harvey Jarms, crushed rock and sand t 278.40 I Dlllman Bros., patching material 84.70 1 Marvin Fosaaen, -salary Alvin Kahle, labor John L. Gregg & Son, supplies Milo Gulsvig, labor 108.71 Vencilof Holly, labor »« " Postville Auto Sales, supplies ... Sanitation Fund. Arwell, Inc., rat control $ Interstate Power Company, sewer pump Interstate Power Company, sewer pump , Chapman & Cutler, legal opinion on bonds Security-Columbian Bank Note Company, printed bonds 128.36 Cecil Livingood, labor 8.64 E. J. Lammert, labor 25.46 Ed Schroeder, labor 70.82 John L. Gregg & Son. supplies .. 4.15 Sewar Plant Revenue Fund. Interstate Power Company, power 286.68 10.31 1.86 89.41 10.74 10.00 11.28 250.00 Postville PAYO Be Lucky! Win Money! Have Fun! Get Extra Money For Christmas* Fourth Drawing Friday. Dec. 16 at 8:00 p. m. —4 *75 NOTHING TO BUY! REGISTER ONLY ONCE FOR ENTIRE PROMOTION. BE PRESENT IN ANNOUNCED! PARTICIPATING BUSINESS WHEN WINNER sg >r.] IF WINNER NOT PRESENT WITHIN 1 MINUTE, 25 DOLLARS WILL BE ADDED FOR NEXT WEEKLY DRAWING. EVERYBODY (EXCEPT BUSINESS and PROFESSIONAL MEN) IS ^ ELIGIBLE TO ENTER. p Play Postville PAYOLA with the following merchants: (Alphabetical Listing) Harvey Jarms, Sand and Gravel Hoth Motors Interstate Power Co. Iris Theatre Kittleson-Petersen Hardware Koevenig's Stores Dr. M. F. Kiesau Kramer's Dr. Raymond T. Martin Meyer Plumbing & Heating Marianna Propane Co. Dr. Paul N. Moser Nyberg's Store Overland Hatchery Postville Meat Market Postville Herald Allamakee-Clayton Electric Co-op. Anderson's Clothing Burling & Gericke Citizens State Bank Coast to Coast Stores Commercial Hotel Cook's Shell Service Dereen Style Shop Don's Jewelry Douglass Pharmacy Falb Motor Company Farmers Store Frese Garage Groff Drug Home Oil Company Harold's Cash Market Hygrade Meat Products Postville Locker Postville Feed Mill Postville State Bank Postville Implement Co. Postville Lumber Co. Rima Cafe Schutta's Shoes Schrader "66" Service Schroeder's Grocery SERViSOFT Stumme's Grocery Louis Schutte & Sons Dr. Arthur H. Sterling Suckow Jewelry Tindell Shoe Store Dr. D. E. Tinker Tyler Barber Shop , V and J Kof fee Shop (Any merchant overlooked,, pl.. M contact Ralph Schrader) Postville Commercial Club

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