Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 4, 1961 · Page 6
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-Postville Herald POSTVILLE, IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY OCBeim.1 New»pap«r for Allamakee County and Town of Postrillt ^Clifford W. DeGarmo and Fred L. Martin Publishers JBntered at the Pcstoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE J3.00 Per Year — $5.50 for t Years in Allamakee. Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties *J;6o Per Year — S6.50 for 2 Years Outside of Four County area. RATION A L EDITORIAL | AS(^>C^TI(O}N CORRECTION — Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson are observing their fiftieth wedding anniversary today (Wednesday) with open house at their home south of Postville from 1:00 to 5:00 p. m. Everyone is welcome. The notice last week was incorrect in listing the date. Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Tindell are spending this week at Canistota, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Looney and family of DeKalb, Illinois spent the holiday weekend here with friends. Phil Schleuter of Dubuque was a! Ed Kozelka was in Chicago Tues- Wednesday evening supper guest in the R. J. Converse home. Mr. and Mrs. Don Driskill of Casey visited over the holidays with Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Haltmeyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Helgerson and Jacqueline of Harlan spent Christmas eve with his mother, Mrs. Clara Helgerson. day and Wednesday conducting business for Hall Roberts' Son. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schupbach Mrs. Harry Helgerson spent last Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Clara Helgerson, mum o tIJUH "o-", Mr. and Mrs. David Schuttc of and Richard were New Year's day'Oak Park, Illinois visited the past dinner guests in the home of Mr. I two weeks in the Willard Schuttc Schupbach's mother, Mrs. Anna and Henry Rekow homes. Schupbach, in Elgin. • — . I Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Wilson of Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jollymore; Excelsior Springs, Missouri were of Tenafly, New Jersey left last i Thursday overnight guests in the Saturday after visiting Mr. and Mrs.(home of Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Searls. John A. Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert Converse jand family spent the Christmas Wednesday, January 4, 1961 •fllr. and Mrs. Bernard Allen. -Sherman Lawson, Johnnie Roffman -and David Lawson visited Saturday ran the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred -iawson. •Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reinhardt -have sold their home on Front _£trefit to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence "Bernhardt, according to an an- ««tnouncoment bv Willman Real Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lowell and I January 1. Kenneth moved the past week into the apartment over the Thoma Coffee Mill. The Rev. Clifton Weihe of New York City and Orville Weihe of Cedar Falls spent. the past week Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groff and i in the home of Mrs. Caroline Weihe family were Christmas day dinner. and Clarence guests in the home of Mrs. C. L. Mrs. Fred A. Schultz has sold the trucking business of her hus- , . band, the late Fred A. Schultz, to Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Leven-, holiday in the Leo Fleege and Elbert Jahncke with possession onjhagen and family of Effingham, II-i Frank Bucchel homes in Dubuque. linois spent the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris and A committal service for the m- Jennifer and other relatives. Ifant of Mr. and Mrs. Don Olson Becker and the William Cole family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sander and family were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christiansen at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spinner were guests Christmas day in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Spinner, Sr. and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Smedsrud in Waukon. William Peterson of New York City visited over Christmas in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Peterson and Mr. and' Mrs. John Kittleson and family. • Bonnie Sander of Rochester, Minnesota spent Christmas and the New Year weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sander and Ronald. When You Have DRY CLEANING Remember GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4-3813 Postville, la. Robert Blocklinger, a student at the Davenport Barber college in Davenport visited over the holidays in the home of Mrs. Mary Nagel and family and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Schultz, Jeff and Julie of Stevens Point, Wisconsin and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schultz in Edgewood Monday. Mrs. Ray Jacobia and Mrs. Gretchen Dettman will leave on Thursday for California where Mrs. Jacobia will visit Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kesterson and family at Chula Vista and Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Rankin and family at Los Angeles. Mrs. Dettman will visit her sisters in Los Angeles. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foels and family of Victor and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Foels and family were guests Tuesday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foels in Waukon. was held at Gunder on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred David of The baby died shortly after birth Monona and Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Garms of Volga were guests New Year's day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney, Jr. and family. at Postville Hospital on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Helgerson and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Helgerson and Jerald, Mr. and Mrs. Judy Pearson returned to Iowa Everett . Schlitter, Roger, Stanley Wesleyan college at Mt. Pleasant and David and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Helgerson spent Christmas day in the home of Mrs. Clara Helgerson. Pirates To Play Fayette Tuesday The Postville Pirates will take up their regular schedule of basketball after the holiday recess with the first home game to be Tuesday, I .Tanunry 10, with Fayette providing the competition. The first game will start at 7:00 with the regular game at 8:00. The Pirates have a full schedule of games ahead now into the new year with Sumner here' Friday, January 13; Monona here Tuesday, January 17; Maynard here Friday, January 20; Waukon here Tuesday, January 24; and Elkader here Friday, February 10. Postville has again been chosen as one of the sites for the boys sectional basketball tournament. on January 2 after spending the Christmas vacation with her par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearson. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinkman attended a wedding dinner at Charles City December 27 in honor of Mr. Brinkman's sister, Janice, who was married to Marvin Chapman on Christmas eve. Linda LaVelle and Joan Nactwey of Rochester, Minnesota spent New year's weekend in the home of Linda's parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph LaVelle and Becky. Mr. an Mrs. Floyd Schultz, Jeff and Julie of Stevens Point, Wisconsin spent the New Year weekend visiting in the home of Mrs. Fred,,, , . A. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Arbie' Year s Wlth Mr - Humphrey's moth Mr. and Mrs. William Kuhse returned Saturday-" from Saritoga, California where they spent three weeks with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Overbeck and Karen and with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland and family returned Friday to their home in Huron. South Dakota after spending the Christmas holiday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner. They also spent some time in the Ed Overland home in Decorah and visited with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Don Humphrey, Shauna, D. J., and Creagh of Kingston, Ohio and Mrs. Forrest McGinnis of Circleville, Ohio visited between Christmas and New Heckman and family. Wayne Schroeder of Washington, D. C. and Shirley Holmes of Sheridan, Wyoming left Wednesday after spending the Christmas holiday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder and other relatives and friends. by Jormfit 3 leg lengths for every fashion need, for thin, trim hips and thighs er, Mrs. J. T. Humphrey. Mrs. Herman Schupbach returned home Friday after spending tne past week getting acquainted with her new grandson, Darren Andrew, born December 19 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers, Jr. (Marlene Schupbach) at Cedar Falls. The Rogers' are the parents of two other sons, Dwight and Drew. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brinkman and family spent December 24 with his mother, Mrs. Rose Brinkman and family at Greene and the Christmas weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Stoffer at Sheffield. They were dinner guests December 26 of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Peterson and Julie at Mason City. New Year's day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Willman and family were: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Burshtan, Mrs. La Vila Schmidt, Kathy and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hangartner, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman and Milo Meyer; Mrs. Gone Medberry of Ceda. Rapids; and Hattie David of Monona. Cy Harrington announced the sale of his barber shop here in Postville to Rodney Livingood, who has completed a barbering course in Cedar Rapids. The sale took place Tuesday afternoon and the change becomes effective at once. Mr. Harrington has been in the barber business here for 60 vears. Mr. and Mrs. Gene Samek (Ann Schupbach) of West Union are the parents of a baby boy. Rocky Gene, born to them on January 2. The baby was the first born in 1961 in the West Union hospital. The Samek's daughter. D'Ann, is visiting here with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schupbach, for a few days. Carl DeWitt left Thursday for Chicago where he attends Chicago Technical college after spending Christmas in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight DeWitt and family. Anthony DeWitt left Monday for Chicago, where he is a student at the DeVry Technical Institute, after spending the holidays in the DeWitt home. Commercial Club Meeting January 12 The January meeting of the Postville Commercial Club will be held at Memorial Hall on Thursday, January 12. it was announced this week by Charles Fishback, club president. No special program has been arranged for this meeting as several important business matters will come up for discussion. The meeting will begin at 6:30 with a dinner served by the ladies of the E. II. B. Church. 8,678 Acres In Conservation Reserve For 1961 Richard Searls and Lucille McNally left Saturday after spending Christmas in the parental C. C. Searls and Louis McNally homes. Enroute home they will visit Thora Collier in Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. James Searls and family in Grinnell. Mr. Searls will return to Albuquerque, New Mexico and Miss McNally to Kansas City where she is an airlines hostess. Out-of-town guests who attended the wedding of Marilyn Martin and Larry Smith on December 27 were: Mrs. Carl E. Smith and Tom Harbon, Clinton; Mr. and Mrs. Allen Severn, Bennett; Mr. and Mrs. David Seymour, Neponset, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Dwaine Tompkins, Clinton, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ewalt and daughters, Barbara and Paula, Ohio, Illinois; Carol Galaty, Oak Park, Illinois; Jane Early, Traer; Wilma Cox, Monticello; Orlene Blue, Vinton; and George Schneider, Bellevue. Dinner guests December 26 in the home of Mrs. Frank Hangartner included: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris and Jennifer. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Harris and familv. Mrs. Lila Renzman. Betty and Marcia; and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Levenhagen and family of Effingham, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saacke and Mr. and Mrs. Gus Lenth of Farmersburg: Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Martins and family and Mr. and Mrs. William Radloff of Luana: Mr. and Mrs. Roger Russett and Brenda and Mr. and Mrs. John Martins of Postville; and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tietz of Decorah were guests Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerwin Martins and Anna and heloed Mr. Martins celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Grace Humphrey received word that her nenhew, John Cool, 33, of Beaver, Pennsylvania was among six Americans freed last week by pro-Communist forces in Laos after being held prisoner for 48 hours. Cool and his five companions arrived in Bangkok, Thailand as members of the U. S. Operations Aid Mission in Laos. They were held at gunpoint in a home in Vietrane, the capital city of Laos. John Cool's father was the late William Irvin Cool, a brother of Mrs. Humphrey. For the thigh control you need with the fashions you like, choose the right length Skippies by Eormfit. Skippies take the easy way with light elastics that do a firm but thorough job of gently ' molding. Under shorts, slacks, slim fitting skirts... choose the EXACT leg length you need. Better yet, have all 3 for different occasions. - ' Satin elastic front and back panels for flattening. Stay-down leg band. Waistline style for freedom. Removable garters (hidden on the two longer leg styles). Wash them by machine ... just drip dry. All in snowy white. SkippU. Pantto No. t ^QtL Skipple* Pontie No.t^VQr Skippiec Pantle No. j\QC 838— Short tog for*l»v7J 859— Medium length* M 7 J 869— Long, long leg •117J average thigh control. leg for greater con- m for maximum thigh ^JF S .Mi. «# trol. S.M.LXL M • control. S.M.LXl. # Dereen Style Shop Phone 86 4-3614 "Where Style and Budget Meet" Postville, Iowa IRIS THEATRE POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 5, 6 and 7 SEE THE GHOSTS IN ECT0PLASMIC COLOR!!! ^^COUJNM HOWES F R ££ •^JtST^ft. GH °ST-VIEWER Wffi TO EVERYONE WHO SEES THIS MOVIE! FUMEO n ALSO — STOOGE COMEDY Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday JANUARY 8, 9,10 and 11 7 THE NEW HIGH'AND MIGHTY ADVENTURE THRILLER' Cartoon Carnival Every Sundav MATINEE ONLY * SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 A total of 8,678 acres of Allamakee county cropland will remain out of production under soil bank conservation reserve contracts in 1961. it was reported this week by Lester D. Smith, chairman of the county ASC committee. This land will remain in the reserve under contracts entered into in prior years of the program. Such land may not be cropped or grazed during the entire life of the contract. In return for keeping the land out of production, the participants receive an annual rental payment in the fall near the close of the cropping season. In the nation as a whole, contracts will expire on about 90,000 acres at the end of 1960, leaving approximately 28.6 million acres in the conservation reserve in 1961. elude Dr, Bontley Gl»« Hopkins University, M Elvehjem. president ol % sity of "Wisconsin. * Representing the tW Dr. Frederick A. Schto William Larson, prcsljM rctary of The America] Church respectively; k Kretzmann of Chicago; Meyer of Concordia ' Seminary, St. Louis, l\ ORDERS FOtt TREES AND SHRUBS TAKEN Orders my now be« trees and shrubs from Conservation Commissi tit Ames, Earl Kerkor.tj Conservation Service rpi day. Trees and shrubs are suited for erosion forestation, or wildlife are adapted to this am, $16.00 per thousand lor or deciduous trees, thousand for multitlon $22.00 per thousand tor "Any of these rjlar, serve a dual purpose"Kef "The deciduous shrubs will not only provide vri and cover but will alro trol erosion on manv sits flora rose, in addition, mj a stock proof fence. T| evergreens can also bt Christmas tree product!* As in the past, cost available through the gram. Cost sharinc m> d cent can be received for of trees. Anyone interested in trees should order earh' ders are filled on a first serve basis. Trees may In through the U. S. Soil C Service or County Exl rector, in Waukon er (V man, Conservation OfTicet sing. HOLSTEIN COWS COMPXETE RECORDS Luther To Begin Its Centennial Decorah — Luther College begins a year-long observance of its centennial year with a To Deum Service at 9:30 a. m„ Friday. January 6. Dr. N. AstniD Larsen of Decorah, a son of the first president of the college, will preach the sermon. Lecturers and Speakers. Heading the Centennial speakers' list, throuhout the year are persons prominent in government, church and education. Among them are Dr. Arthur S. Flemming. Secretary of the U. S. Department of Health. Education and Welfare; Dr. Arthur Larson, director, World Rule of Law Center and former director of the U. S. Information Agency: Max Lerner, author; Dr. Halvard Lange, foreign minister of Norway. Educators scheduled to speak in- The Holstcin-Fricsian A- of America has pniiouncrf pletion of outstanding o* duction records by reai 1 stein cows in this area. Lilly Burke Do Kol ed by Deerine Brothers, oroduced 12,(524 lbs. milk lbs. butterfat in 365 days daily milking as a five- Dale Delight Blend Sua owned by K. J. Kerr J: i ville. produced 15.191 lbs. 540 lbs. butterfat in 33$ twice daily milking as i old. Leaway Pon'ine Bet Pris owned by Lyio K. Ziemn produced 13.940 lbs. milk lbs. butterfat in 305 days a daily milking a<= a six-vesr- Iowa State University with the national Holstes nation, sunervi^ed the weia testinp of production as i the official herd testa . CANDY Thirty kinds of candy friends sweet on Mrs. A. S ins around Christmas fr Manchester woman once a candy store and now she talent to use in boxes of goodies for friends. Son kinds included in the »' are mints, cashew brittle roll, sugared nuts, turtles and caramels. Herald Want Ads brint Famous Ekco Waverly Edge SLICING KNIFE 99* $2.98va/ue Now only... i Stays sharp longer • Exclusive Waverly serrated design pro* tects cutting edge. Holds sharpness. • 8-inch, vanadium stainless steel blade can't stain, rust. • Carved Pakkawood Handle won't loosen or chip. • Perfect for any slicing job. Get your Eftco Slicing Knlfm I oitty «f tour focal Kittleson - Petersen Hardware

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