Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 28, 1960 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 28, 1960
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fCOlttTENSAflON Iprehensive analysis pf the Iowa Law of npensation has been Tie State University |of law and Bureau lariagement. Postvllle< U. B. Church Clifton W. Ellerbeck Morning worship at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Herald Want Ads bring results. HIGH TEST AGRICULTURAL LIME tOCK FOR CONCRETE IP AND CRUSHED ROCK AVAILABLE NOW OUR PRICES—the most reasonable in the Postville Vicinity. come to cAurefo Community Presbyterian Church Walter T. Martin. Pastor • 10:00 a. m. — Communion and bap'ismal service. Reception of new members. 11:00 a. m.—Sunday School. There will be no choir rehearsals this week. The Session will meet Thursday at 7:30 p. m. The Esther Circle will meet Tuesday, January 3, at 8:00 p. m., with Mrs. Leslie Poeseh. Ruby Robbins will be the assisting hostess. The Martha Circle will meet Wedneday, January 4, at 2:00 p. m. with Mrs. John Gregg. The Miriam Circle will meet on Wednesday, January 4, at 2:00 p. m. with Mrs. Robert Lindsay. Mrs. Francis Hart will be the assisting hostess. Naomi Circle will meet Wednes day, January 4, at 2:00 p. m. with Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mrs. Paul Lester will be the assisting hostess. The Ru'h Circle will meet Wednesday, January 4, at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. Robert Burling. Mrs. Edward Floody will be the assisting hostess. C-»J> cr*j> cfj> c**B cr «J> e>KB c *J> c *a c *J irday is gone. We tear its page from our , for we live in the present. often we look back with nostalgia to the 'esterdays which make up the past. In a differ- ^^jd we plan for the uncertain days ahead, some- Tlfilling them with happy expectations, some- ith anxious forebodings. fRpjere is God in this time pattern of our lives? in the past alone, incarnate two thousand pgo in the great Teacher of Nazareth ? Or does . Jlk with us through the present, our Companion wbh'day? Does He remove all fear from the future wjpHis promise, the promise of the living Christ, = , Aw. jo, I am with you always, even unto the end of IK* florid?" tJ6me to Church and learn to know this Christ • •••••?;#!»• II "the same yesterday, today, and forever." ' •«», JCrnbr At*. Sm ;> THE CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH The Church U the greatcit factor on cailh for the building of chw&clcr and good cilizenthip. Il t* *' storehouse of spiritual values. Without a ilrong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can fturvive. There are four sound reasons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (I) For his own sake. (2) For his children's sale, (3) For the take of hit community and nation. (4) For the take of the Church itself, which 'needs hit moral and material supporL Plan to go to church regularly and read your Bible daily. Day Book Sunday Isaiah Monday Luke Tuesday Psalms Wednesday John Thursday John Friday Matthew Saturday Isaiah Chapter Verses 22-23 22-30 IS 1-4 16-18 10-20 I3-H 22 24 14 14 28 SS J ALLAMAKEE - CLAYTON ILECTRIC COOPERATIVE, CASTEN OIL CO. .Standard Oil Products 'S SHELL SERVICE tone Tires MOTOR CO. rolet — Buick — Olds I ROBERTS' SON and Seed /l ^ffl OIL CO. ' ^A&complete D 'X Service WillADE FOOD PRODUCTS IPORATION STATE POWER CO. le, Iowa ER'S and Mrs. Harm Kramer LOUIS SCHUTTE & SONS INC. Furniture — Funeral Service V AND J CAFE and Dining Room MEYER PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing — Heating — Wiring OVERLAND HATCHERY Hy-Line Chicks POSTVILLE EGG CO. Buyers of Eggs POSTVILLE FEED MILL Grinding and Mixing POSTVILLE IMPLEMENT Your I-H Dealer POSTVILLE LUMBER CO. Serving the Postville Community SCHUTTA SHOE STORE Shoes for, the Entire Family TURNER INSURANCE Insurance that Insures—Service that Endures N SINCLAIR SERVICE year Tires St. Paul's Lutheran Church C. E. Witt, Pastor Justin SUvlus, Assistant Pastor Wednesday—No Bible study. Saturday—New Years eve Watch Night program and. service 8:0012:00; movie — "The Mark of the Hawk" 8:00-10:00; service of Holy Communion, 11:00. Sunday—New Year's day worship 8:00-10:30; Church school classes, 9:15. Monday — Church council meeting. St. Bridget's Church Rev. F. 3. Vallaster, Pastor Week day Mass at 7:30 a. m. Sunday Masses — 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. Saturday—Mass at 8:30 a. m., followed by catechetical instruction at 9:00. Holy day Masses at 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. Confessions will be heard every Saturday from 3:00 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. of Kenneth's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis. Mr. Olson went to his home in Clermont from here, the other two .returning to their Wisconsin home. Postville boys and girls have been enjoying some of the best skating ever on their ice rink west of the Oldag filling station. The ice was swept clean the day after Christmas and then flooded again, and owing to the subzero weather froze quickly and the surface was as smooth as a pane of plate glass. FIFTY YEARS AGO Wednesday, December 28, 1960 POSTVILLE (!owa) HERALD 3 for the coming year: President, J. Turner; secretary, John Hanson; treasurer, W. J. Splies. The Luana Lutheran church elec- over $700 for wages to laborers. He has gone to his home in Avoca, Minnesota. William Collins and Ed Maroney ted the following new officers ntiwere granted a saloon license by its congregation meeting Sunday H. Schrader, elder; W. Landt, trustee; H. D. Krueger, secretary. Tim Healy has closed the books of Smith Wright & Sons' produce house here for this season. He re the town council at its adjourned meeting Friday night and, the license fee of $1,600 per year wa;l decided upon. These men will open their business in the place form- ports $10,360 as having been paid I er] y occupied by Wm. E. Durno's out for 78,640 pounds of poultry and , barber shop. Interesting Items From the Files of "The Votksblatt" Published In January 6, 1911 Remember When-? TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Interesting Items From the Files of the Postville Herald of January 3, 1936 The Ruckdaschel corner in southeast Postville, on highways 18 and 52, which is known far and wide as one of the most dangerous and difficult corners in the state to negotiate, and which has been the scene of a score or more of serious accidents in past years, was the scene on Tuesday morning last of a terrible pre-Christmas tragedy that exacted as i*s toli two human lives, the first fatalities ever recorded at that point. The Castalia Go-Getters met for an afternoon meeting at the home of Gertrude Tehel, December 28. The following officers were elected for 1936: President, Veronica McKernan; vice president, Eileen Winn; secretary-treasurer, Charlotte Reckward; publicity secretary, DeLoris Baltz; and historian, Anita Peckham. That the Boy Scout movement builds sturdy boys, who are not afraid to face the stern realities of life, was evidenced here during Christmas week, when on last Wednesday Shafer Cole and Harold Meland of this city, former Boy Scouts, loaded a sled with blankets and provisions and started out on foot in the below zero temperature for an outing at Camp Clark in the timber in the vicinity of the Old Stone House. The vote to bond Allamakee county for the rjurpose of erecting a new County Home to replace the one destroyed bv fire some months ago, carried on Thursday by a substantial majority in the county, every voting precinct in the county, save two, Ludlow and Cen'er townships, returning good majorities in favor of the measure. For the first time in manv years Miss Ruth Douglass of Denton Texas failed to soenrt her Christmas vacation in 'he old home town of Pos f ville, but Inurrwed down to Washington, D. C. and visitpd in the home of her brother, R. R. Douglass and family. Kenneth Ellis of Auburndale, Wisconsin accompanied by his neighbor, John MevPr, and his father-in-law. Alfred Olson of Clermont, motored here Friday and remained until Sunday in the home ,litiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiimimiii<<iiiii«itiu«iiti,iiiMiHiiiiiiiii«n llltlllllltllilHIIMIIIIIMIf Lee Bellows has sold his dray line to his brother Frank. Thermometers registered 25 degrees below zero Tuesday morning. F. S. Burling's father passed away at his home near Fayette on Tuesday. The first postal savings bank in Iowa was opened at Decorah last week. Mrs. Permilia Ann Gordanier of near Hardin passed away today, aged 51 years. A. S. Burdick has received his commission for another four-year term as postmaster here. Paul Topel entertained his Sunday School class at an oyster supper last Wednesday evening. Henry Eggert is moving his implement business to his former location in the A. F. Marston building. Elmer McGhee has been named town marshal by Mayor P. J. Beucher to take the place of Ed Maroney. Wm. E. Durno has moved his barber shop into the building formerly occupied by the Fred Schara saloon. . Louis Meier marketed his hogs Friday which averaged 281 pounds each and for which he received over $1912. The Postville High School Dance Club sponsored a dance at the Wm. Moll restaurant last evening. Graphophones furnished the music. Mrs. Margaret Coates, aged 88 ] 1 years, a native of Scotland, passed away last Friday at the home of her daughter, Mrs. George Webster, near Frankville. Stockholders of Luana Creamery Co., elected the following officers Postville State Bank 1872 —:— 1960 WE OFFER A COMPLETE BANKING Member of F. D. I. C. SERVICE «IIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIllllll*lllllllltlltlllllllllllllllllllllltll1lltl1llltlllltlllllllllllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIHIII1lltlllltlllllllHlfllJlflSI 2 V I I I I I I I I I I I WILLMAN REAL ESTATE J Lorenz Willman, Broker | IMPORTANT TO CHILDREN'S WELFARE, COMFORT, CLEANLINESS REFEREES SALE — OF — FARM LANDS As Referee's In Partition under Order of the District Court of Allamakee County, Iowa, we will sell on or before January 15th, 1961, for delivery March 1st, 1961, the 260 Acre Farm in Franklin Township, Allamakee County, Iowa, known as the Joseph H. Blietz Farm. All interested persons may contact either of the undersigned Referee's, for further detailed information as to terms, before the 15th day of January, 1961. H. T. 0RR, MONONA, IOWA AND A. V. PALMER, WAUKON, IOWA REFEREES IN PARTITION. SERViSOFT SOFT WATER SERVICE on a low-cost • PHOM fO* OTTAKS SERViSOFT Be* 434 Phono 86 4-7452 Postville E3E- E3E PUBLIC AUCTION We will hold a Complete Closing Out Sale on the farm, located 3 miles West of Clermont on Hwy. 18, or 6 miles East of West Union on Hwy. 18, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 5 STARTING AT 12:00 NOON 36 HEAD OF CATTLE 15 Holstein Milk Cows, fresh and close springers 8 Calves, 2 months old 5 Holstein Heifers, 2 years old, open 4 — I year old Holstein Heifers 2 Holstein Steers, 1 year old 1 Angus Steer Calf 1 Angus Heifer Calf DAIRY EQUIPMENT 3 Surge Milker Pails, seamless Surge Pump — Wash Vat 20 10-gallon Milk Cans HAY and GRAIN 1,300 Bushels Corn, more or less 350 Bushels Oats, more or less 2,500 Bales of Hay 50 PIGS 30 Pigs, 6 Wks. old — 20 Feeder Pigs 100 Hyline Chickens FARM MACHINERY 1955 John Deere 60 Tractor, Power Steering, Live Power, Power Troll and Corn Cultivator 1953 M. Moline Z Tractor with Corn Cultivator and Manure Loader Vac Case Tractor Case Mounted Mower, 6 ft. bar JD. 290 Corn Planter, used 2 seasons John Deere 14T Baler, 4 years old Massey Harris, 4-bar Side Rake IHC 3-14" Plow, on rubber Massey Harris 3-14" Plow, on rubber 1954 Woods Bros. l-Row Corn Picker Mc-Deering 20 ft., 4-section Drag 8 ft. Tandem Disk (Roderick Lean) 12x38 Tractor Chains Grain Drill, 6 ft., grass seed attachment Massey Harris No. 11 Manure Spreader Mc-Deering Corn Binder 40 ft. Diedrich Elevator John Deere 10 in. Hammermill Hammermill Belt, 60 ft. Lime Spreader Miscellaneous Articles too Numerous to mention KENNETH ANDERSON THOMPSON & SCHATZ, Aueta. ELGIN STATE BANK, Clerk E3E

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