Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 14, 1960 · Page 13
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 13

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 14, 1960
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ft 1 F" i /uhi EGIFT GIVEN suggestion lor the ^everything—almost: Jr her, if your friend's driver) an auto seat J mean a really mer- Hfor someone—by sav- rist who has every a seat belt, that Is) tip with nothing but ggets in a traffic acci- fthe National Safety a nongovernmental lized in 1013 to prevent 1 accidents, heartily . belts at Christmas— ; time of the year, for If' it said, "are the No. available to reduce |t>f traffic deaths and Seat belts by every |the day may come |ll be nearer reality— traffic death toll by the number of indent. ' riend a truly merry Christmas this year. Give him a life-saving seat belt." (And while you're at it, why not take that idea one step further. Buy belts for • yourself and your family, too.) SNIFFLE SEASON STARTS SOON With fluctuating fall weather the annual crop of colds will appear, reports the Iowa State Department of Health. To keep your resistance high and stay in top condition, eat the right foods, drink plenty of water, get enough sleep, dress sensibly, get plenty of exercise and fresh air and keep your home moderately warm. One of the best ways to avoid colds ns to stay away from people who have them. But this is easier said than done, especially since the other fellow can pass his cold on to you as much as two days before he knows he has it. Washing your hands will get rid of a lot of germs. And don't share drinking glasses or eating utensils with other members of the family. Even with precautions you're likely to catch at least one cold a *j»a»»»a«***a*»*si»»»aa»»»saaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa cl» ifoli ,0i 11 on' ve: ew look if IB The impressive transformation in "roughs"-our Kuppenheimer SparTweed and Tigertwist is due to the bold application of casual attire details and tapered line styling. This new look in "roughs" is definitely distinctive. We not only retain it, but in fitting you, improve it. Suits from $85.00 KLupp enheimer AN INVESTMENT IN GOOD APPEARANCE year; nearly everyone does. Two i rapidly increasing enrollments in | youngster learn what is expected out of three people have as many as three colds a* year, which explains why colds are responsible for about 60 . per cent of all absences from work. The real danger from colds is the complications that may follow them. The common cold is the forerunner of such serious diseases as pneumonia, tuberculosis, bronchitis, mastoiditis, pleurisy and sinusitis. If your nose begins to run, your head aches, you feel cold and then hot—the best place for you is home in bed. If symptoms persist, or if you're running a high fever, call your doctor at once. Let him help you get well before your cold becomes something more serious. COLLEGE ENROLLMENT RISES ALMOST 50% IN PAST SIX YEARS Iowa colleges is only a prelude to of a boy or a girl. Dr. Pease says, bigger things. This year's freshmen Boys "teach" each other by ap- were born in 1942 or 1943 before proving real masculine behavior the dramatic wartime increase in, and ridiculing "sissy" 'behavior, the birth rate. The first crop of World War II babies will reach college about 1962 or 1963. Increases in enrollment then will be enormous and a major expansion of higher education in Iowa will be necessary." "To provide facilities for this expansion is one of the most urgent tasks confronting,the people of Iowa," President Bowen concluded. CHILD'S "GANG" OF FRIENDS SERVES MANY PURPOSES Iowa City—Enrollment in Iowa colleges and universities has risen almost 50 per cent in the past six years, according to the 1960 combined enrollment report of the Association of Iowa College Presidents. A total of 54,079 students are registered in all Iowa colleges this fall ... a 5.4 per cent rise over last fall's figure of 51,307 and a 43 per cent rise over the 1954 figure of 37,787. Freshman enrollment in Iowa showed an even greater increase during the past year, 11.4 per cent, from 14,261 to 15,887, according to a report prepared for the Association by State University of Iowa Registrar Ted McCarrel. Percentagewise, the largest enrollment increase this year was shown by Iowa's private junior colleges, which enrolled 1,915 students this year ... up 15.2 per cent from last fall. Freshman enrollment in these same junior colleges is up 26.5 per cent. All three state institutions showed enrollment increases, with a combined increase of 4.2 per cent and a total 1960 enrollment of 24,451. Enrollment at private colleges and universities is up 5.7 per cent to a total of 24,282. Professional and technical colleges are up 5.6 per cent to a total of 283 and public junior colleges are up 7.5 per cent to a total enrollment of 3,148. The AICP report also shows that 33,885 men are enrolled in Iowa colleges and universities compared to 20,194 women. Commenting on the report, AICP President Howard Bowen. president of Grinnell College said, "The Girls compliment one anotner on a femine appearance and make fun of a tomboy. » His friends also have a big influence on the development of his conscience. "As, he grows older," Dr. Pease says, "he learns to make judgments based on the moral rules you taught him and on a widening variety of experiences with his friends." Youngsters share a "common world" with common problems, Dr. Pease concludes. Within their own groups, they can practice their new, almost-adult roles, supporting and encouraging one another. Your child's memories would hardly be complete without the gab fests and parties with his "gang." And, his friends are a necessary part of his growing up, says Damaris Pease, associate professor of child development at Iowa State University. They help him to learn social behavior and to adjust to society and its demands. He needs friends his own age to talk with — about current events, his thoughts and ideals, and his social life. Their approval and admiration help him become more confident and secure as he reaches his teen years. They help him learn to appreciate and enjoy his friendships. He learns the value of group experiences and group participation and cooperation. And he learns to "get along" with others. You may feel that he needs less attention and guidance during these teen years, but actually he needs just as much or more than ever. He is busy working to gain a secure place in his gang, but he still needs his family to back him up. Those teen-age friends help your WEDDING INVITATIONS — Letterpress printing, raised letter printing, engraved. Prices start as low .as $8.00 for 50 invitations or announcements. Postville Herald. Wednesday, December 14, 1960 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 8. LANGUAGE SKILLS mand of six foreign languages— i Russian, French, German, Spanish, The six-person reference-librari- j- Latin and Greek—and a lesser pro- an staff at The State University of i ficiency in two additional languag- of Iowa main Library has a com- 1 es—Dutch and Italian. Buy A Share In America DALE PRINE Technician Phone 86 4-3411 SIGN UP FOR PAYROLL SAVINGS in Better-Than-Ever UNITED STATES aaaaaaaaaaaaa»a»a»aaa»aa»a»aa»aaaaaaaaa»aa»as»»a»*»aaaaaaa»a»»&aasfaaaaaa»a N NIGHTS — mber 16 f 17,19, 20, 21, 22, 23 Jig Neckties as HE vcx/eg.. ..\\ It's Light...It's Right...It's Samsonite Streamlite \ II and prices start as low as $14< 95 Triple-coir/.ruction Streamlite with scuff-rcsistam vinyl covering takes rough and tumble in stride. Roomy interiors. StmJy drawbolts can't spring open. Made to Inst-in the classic design that never goes out of stvlc. Matching colors for men and women. A Men's Two-Suiter , S Men's Executive Overnight . . . . C ladies' 0'lfite. . . 0 Lacies' Wardrobe . E Hat Box . $24.95 . $18.95 . $16.95 . $24.95 . $14.95 OPEN NIGHTS — December 16, 17, 19, 20, 21, 22, 23 Anderson's Clothing "On the Corner" Phone 86 4-3313 Postville, Iowa aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&aa&aa&aaaais&aaaaaasaaaaasj aaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaaa&aaaaaaaaaaaaaaasj on the Target r Man's Taste IMPORTS — BY — DAMON PURE SILK $2.50 Repp stripes, foulards, geometries, under-knot motifs, solid colors. Lti£>£ OPEN NIGHTS — December 16, 17, 1$; 20, 21, 22, 23 A Ski Trail Pullover by Jersild Authentically Norwegian, this exclusive Jersild pattern in a big-needle sweater of virgin wool... always comfortable because it's the "knit-that-breathes" made on imported Swiss machines. 34-46 in 8 outdoor color combinations: s £5 f5 ft I ft fi £ £ £ R S R fi £ ft « * White/Claret * White/Marine blue + Aqua/Hunter green * Lt. Blue/Marine Blue "There's a companion cardigan for Her in the new "Sentry Pines" design. * Scarlet/White * Lt. Grey/White * White/U. Crey Heather * Lt. Tan tfeather/Copper inderson's Clothing I Andersons Clothing "On the Corner" 86 4-3313 Postville, Iowa "On the Corner" I PHONE 86 4-3313 POSTVILLE, IOWA J | $1195 fo $ 16 95 Sf ailllfllllltHlllllltlllllllllllllllllHllllMtlltlllllltHllllllflllllltlllltlllllllklllllltMltllllllllllllllllllllllllUIIIUHIt I OPEN NIGHTS — I December 16,17,19, 20, 21, 22, 23 R IIIIIlltllllltllllllllllllllllllttllMIIIIIIIIUIIIIIllllllllltllllllllllllllllllllllllUllltllltllllllllllllllllllUllllllllulllU I Anderson's Clothing I Phone 86 4-3313 "On the Corner" Postville, Iowa

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