Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 21, 1960 · Page 8
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POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, December 21, 1960 CORRECT EYE DISORDERS A $13,000 instrument which uses an intense beam of light to correct certain eye .disorders jrarchascd for use by University of Iowa college of medi -cine. has The been State WORLD'S LARGEST |wtm»NCtJ AITO 1HS0UHCI COWAKT Gary Houg Waiikon, Iowa snit nun mrrvu nsnMCEMWW rhone 56 8-3046 Guilder News MBS. CORNELIUS REIERSON Correspondent LUTHERAN CHURCHES Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mathre -Christ -film December 25, 11:00 a. m mas Festival Worship. 10:00 .a. m.—Sunday School strip. „ December 26, 8:00 p. m.—Sunday School Christmas program. Thursday, December 22, 7:?0— Junior Choir practice. Our Way of Saying . . . Merry Christmas Is To Offer An ICE CREAM SPECIAL which will be good from now until Christmas. AH Half Gallons will go on sale for 79c at all stores handling WATERS AND MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM. Present the coupon below for your Special on Vanilla and all Flavors. * I | This Coupon Good For % S the purchase of a g I HALF GALLON OF § Iowa City —As cars "multiply" on highways and streets during the holidays, you'll need not to drive with extra care yourself but also to bo particularly alert for "the other driver's" mistakes, advises Everill Daters, State University of Iowa high-school driver- education instructor. To help avoid accidents, drive your automobile with a "defensive'' • approach which is as inconspicu- Donald Olson and ] ous as possible, Daters suggests Watch to see that approaching cars are not edging over into your lane. appropriate WATERS or MEADOW GOLD ICE CREAM at the Special Price of 79< Coupon Expires December 25, 1960. ft I 1 ii ;i -u - I •• f ! WATERS DAIRY and DAIRY BAR will Close at 5:30 on both Christmas Eve and New Year's Eve. The dairy bar will be open both, holidays until noon. Milk deliveries as usual the Monday following both Christmas and New Years. Waters Dairy & Dairy Bar Postville, Iowa Phone 86 4-3933 Friday, December 23. 8:00 p. m.— Senior Choir practice. 7:30 p. m. — Sunday School rehearsal. Other Gunder News. A Pre-Christmas eve supper guests in the Bernard Loftsgard home will be Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Loftsgard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Loftsgard, Carol and Charlie. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Mork of Elmagordo, New Mexico, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mork of McGregor. Mrs. Effie Biggs of Monona and Meillen and Otto Mork were Sunday visitors in the Emory Landsgard home. Mr. and Mrs, Jeftery of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Holm are leaving for Wheeling, Illinois Saturday to spend Christmas in the Edward Lenth family home. Others to join them will be Mr. and Mrs. Roger Holm and family of Fort Wayne, Indiana. Andrew Reinhart and Helen were pre-Christmas dinner guests in the Selmer Holm home Sunday evening. Florence Jacobia and Mrs. Milo; Jacobia were Friday evening visitors in the Selmer Holm home. A pre-Christmas party and supper with gift exchange was held on Friday evening at the Will Bergen home. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Olson and Vickey and Mr. and Mrs. John Butikofer and family. Mrs. Larence Naylor spent Sunday in the Otto Gisleson home. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Reierson spent Thursday evening in the Lloyd Reierson home. Kathleen Gisleson of Luther college of Decorah is spending the holiday vacation in the Otto Gisleson home. Leonard Moore, Orlan Landsgard, Eugene Hoth of St. Olaf, George Chappel of Volga and Joseph Reierson accompanied Lloyd .Reierson to Quincy, Illinois Wednesday and were guests of the Moorman people and toured the plant while there. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Naylor of West Union spent Wednesday night in the Otto Gisleson home. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, Kaye. and Norman 'Loftsgard attended the grade Christmas program at the Postville high school Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Klingman jf Volga were Tuesday visitors in the Ole Loftsgard home. Mrs. Warren Burstrum is in the hospital at Freeport, Illinois. She is the former Rosella Opsand. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Joseph Kjosa home. Mr. and Mrs. Hildur Bilden were hosts to a pre-Christmas supDer Sunday evening. Their guests be ing: Mr. and Mrs. Julian Moe, Mrs. Hjerdis Wigesland, Emil Sundy and Evelyn Bilden, all of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Amundson, Harold and Paut Agnes and Louise Bilden and Mrs. Julia Bilden, all of Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Millard Bilden and family, Tilpher Bilden andj family, Mrs. Helga Bilden and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold. Gifts were exchanged. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson were supper guests last Tuesday evening in the Kenneth Kjosa home. Joseph Reierson was a caller there. DRIVE SAFELY ON HOLIDAY WEEKEND GIVES TITS FOR HOLIDAY DRIVING The Christmas weekend may cost Iowa eight lives lost in trai- flc accidents, State Safety Commissioner Donald Statton warned today RETIRES PUBLIC AUCTION Farm located 7 miles south of Lansing, or IV2 miles southwest of Thornton's Corners, or 18 miles east of Waukon (follow arrows), the following property: Wednesday, December 28 STARTING AT 12:00 SHARP 25 HEAD BROWN SWISS CATTLE 11 4 4 Brown Swiss cows, to freshen in next month. Some fresh by sale date. Brown Swiss cows, milking now. Brown Swiss heifers to freshen within a month. 5 Brown Swiss heifer calves, 6 months. 1 Brown Swiss bull calf. (Health papers furnished with all cattle. TB and Bangs tested.) ONE SOW WITH 13 PIGS HAY AND GRAIN 1800 Bushels of Corn. 3500 Bales of Hay. 1100 Bushels Oats, including 400 Bushels Burnett Oats, suitable for seed. FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY Be prepared to take action if that car coming off a side road pulls out into your path. Don't take for granted that a truck or bus driver whom you are following has made the right judgment when he indicates that it is safe for you to pass him . . . wait until you can see your way clear yourself. , Of course this "defensive" ap- I proach should be applied to driving during the entire year. However, special skills are necessary for driving in snow-and-ice weather, Daters points out. Just as peopde walk on ice, but don't run ... so cars should keep moving and gain momentum gradually without sudden changes of speed if they are to avoid spinning out of control, he says. Drivers should realize that road conditions in snow-and-ice demand longer braking distance to stop a car. Daters recommends two methods for stopping on Ice. A driver can "fan" or pump his brakes gradually to a stop or he can brake slowly without locking the wheels. Pumping the brakes helps to keep warm tires from melting the ice i in one spot, resulting in locked wheels or skidding. Drivers should slow down before coming to a curve, then gradually accelerate as they drive around the curve. When a car skids, the driver should turn the car wheels in the direction of the skid to straighten the direction of the car. Parking a car during snowy weather presents a problem to drivers who continue to spin their wheels after they discover the car is stuck. Daters advises drivers not to wait for a rut or groove to develop before they use sand or other material to get the car moving. As soon as the wheels start to spin, the driver should use sand, or a shoved to free them. There is not much difference in the effect of snow tires or conventional tires when stopping on packed snow or ice, Daters says. Chains are the most helpful in maintaining traction. They also help in city driving because they reduce the braking distance more than snow tires. Disadvantages of chains include the tendency they have to make a car slide sideways. They are also noisy, hard on tries, not as convenient as snow tires to put on, and wear down quickly when used on dry pavement. Equipment which drivers should keep in car trunks as a precaution against getting stuck in snow and ice includes sand, which is inexpensive and easy to use; strap chains, which can be slipped around tires for temporary traction; a snow shovel to dig out of an en trenchment; rubber floor mats or carpets to put under whels for traction; specially manufactured products with a salt base to work more quickly than sand to melt ice; flashlight; windshield scraper; tow chain, and flares. Carrying 150 to 200 oounds of sand in a car truck will improve traction on ice and packed snow, Daters says. Recently car designers have considered the problem of traction in winter weather. Some care have individual axle suspension to help the car stay on the road better. Others have "positive" traction, which allows one wheel with good traction to help get a car "unstuck" although the other wheels may be spinning. Daters explains that it is to the driver's advantage to heed highway patrol warnings to stay off roads because of bad weather conditions. Unnecessary traffic hampers snow clearance and hinders people who must travel, he said. Concluding, Daters urges holiday drivers to take at least a flve-min ute break after every second or third hour of constant driving.. ONE-HUNDRED According to past records, Stat ton said, approximately half of the fatal accidents during the holiday period will involve a driver or pedestrian who had been drinking. "Looking ahead to these needless deaths during a religious observance seems almost like a concession to insanity," Statton commented. He said the expected death toll could be almost eliminated if drivers would accept their moral responsibility to safeguard themselves and others on the highway. Since the first of the month, the department has been conducting a "Thou Shalt Not Kill" campaign as a means of preventing traffic fatalities during the holiday period,. "We know the theme of this campaign probably won't impress the cyniical or the sophisticated," Statton said, "but we hope it might reach some people who will be tempted to drink and drive." Statton said he feels there could be no more vicious violation of the, spirit of Christmas than drunken driving. He warned that the Iowa highway patrol will be making special enforcement efforts against drunken drivers during the holiday. Last year, 7 were killed in Iowa traffic accidents during the Christmas holiday. In 1955, nine lost their lives, according to safety department records. Statton urged all drivers to reduce speeds and observe all traffic laws and safety precautions during the weekend "as the most realistic means of meeting the moral responsibility for safety." He warned motorists to change their driving habits as weather or road conditions change, arid to be especially cautious during times of poor visibility. Ed WesthofT, of Petersburg, retired recently after 30 years of bringing in the cream for the Petersburg Cooperative Creamery. The only day he has missed was one last winter when the winter's blast forced him to forego his "appointed rounds." He recalled that the winter of 1959-60 was the wox*st of all. CROCHETS Carl W. Radtko o! H skilled with a croelm tjsome 80 years oi crochttfa made four table cloths > spreads and countless^ caps and booties. 1 pieces of his handiwu nut cups and saucers i er. During World \V M ted wool sweaters lor l service. Herald Want Ads bring results. Holiday Hi — AT — Hi-Way Lanes c WE WILL BE CLOSED . . . Christmas Eve, December jfr Christmas Day and Night, December 25 • '•• • WE WILL BE OPEN . . . New Year's Eve, December New Year' Day, January 1 Hi - Way Lam • East on Highway It m& '2 Pottvillti 1BI John Deere A tractor with Power-trol, cult., heat houser and chains. John Deere 2-16 Plow. Minn.-Moline side Rake. JD. Manure Spreader. John Deere No. 5 Mower. John Deere No. 25 combine with scour clean, PTO. John Deere 15' Disc. 4-section Drag with folding draw bar. Horn hydraulic Manure Loader with snow blade Kelly-Ryan 32-ft. Elevator with gas engine. Power Weed Sprayer. John Deere Corn Sheller. Jumbo 10-in. Hammermill David Bradley Wagon, on rubber. John Deere Wagon on rub. Mower Swather. Tank Heater. Brooder Stove. Seeder. Combination Box. 7Vt' by 14' Grain Box. JD. No. 101 Corn Picker. JD. No. 290 Corn Planter. McCormick Cream Separator (self washing, No. 4F.) 8-can Sub-Zero Milk Cooler (2 yrs. old). Two 10-gallon Cans. 1946 Chevrolet Pickup, Vi ton with stock rack. 6-pen Hog House. 12 place Hog Feeder. Many other articles too numerous to mention. Lunch Stand on Grounds — Terms: Regular — Not responsible for accidents. John J. Manning Eaton, Auctioneers Kerndt Bros. Savings Bank, Clerk To completely simplify your gift shopping, all you have tol do is bring your list here, and browse through aisle upon ai^f of Home Gifts. They are so beautiful, an<| so right as that they themselves will suggest ideas aj \$> whom they shquj| be sent. Here are just a few examples: RECLINING LANE CEDAR CHESTS As Low As 34 50 y y y y 5 y y I ! LOUNGE CHAIRS As Low As *74 5Q y HASSOCKS As Low As $4 95 s y y y s TABU LAMP! As Lo «»r As $6 95 PLATFORM SWIVEL ROCKERS As Low As $3450 CORDUROY .... THROW PILLOW As Low As Mr. Johann Muller, of Aplington, passed away recently after reaching the age of 100. He leaves seven sons, 50 grandchildren, 122 great grandchildren, and 11 great, great grandchildren. In the early days of the U. S. Marine Corps, rented barracks were provided for those Marines stationed in Washington during the winter months. To economize, they went to camp during the summer. JUST PENNIES A DAY SAVE YOU DOLLARS! $5.00 A SERVICE WITH TRI-STATE. TRI STATE SHEtDERS CO OP MANY OTHER ITEMS SUCH AS . . CARD TABLES FLOOR LAMPS LAMP TABLES SMOKING STANDS MIRRORS FOLDING CHAIRS END TABLES DESKS MAGAZINE BASK PICTURES •HRTW uviua nunc an-rn wnjto* Check your Phone Directory For Tri-State Service. OPEN FRIDAY AND SATURDAY NIGHTS Other Nights By Appointment Louis Schutte and Soi Largest Stock of Furniture in Northeast Iowa PHONE 86 4-3911 , • poSTVILLE, ^

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