Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 11, 1961 · Page 2
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 11, 1961 Frankville News MRS. ROY KNEESKERN Correspondent Mr.- and Mrs. Rod Freilinger and family spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Mackey near Garnavillo. Mr. and Mrs. James Exworthy of Hopkins, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Matt Freilinger of Volney jvere Saturday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Rod Freilinger. Mr. and Mrs Leonard Solem and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Myers of near Clermont. Mrs. Leo Amdahl of Waukon spent New Year's day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Swanso.i and children of Vinton were last Friday visitors at the Lester Ka­ min home. They were enroute to La Crosse to attend the wedding of j Mr. Swanson's brother. Gene Swan- 1 son. The Swanson children remained to spend until Sunday with their grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Singleton of Marion, came Friday afternoon to spend the New Year's weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thiel and also Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kobriger in Frankville. ~Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thiel and Margaret had as their New Year's eve dinner guests, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kobriger and family and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Singleton of Marion. Bruce Bollman. who attends the University of Iowa, spent several days vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bollman. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thiel and Margaret and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Singleton were January 2 din­ ner guests nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Kobriger and family in Frankville. The Singletons' left the same afternoon for their home in Marion. Mrs. Daniel Russett of Calmar spent' Wednesday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Thiel were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mrs. Anna Schneberger in Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Letchford and two boys of Cedar Falls spent the New Year's weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford. The group were dinner guests on New Year's day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Staake at Gunder. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby and girls and Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Wal by were supper guests at the Les ter Walby home in Waukon on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell on Friday evening. * JANUARY . . . CLEARANCE Fri., Jan. 13th thru Sat., Jan. 21st All Hate Va Price * * • 1/3 OFF ON DRESSES Very Good Buys at a Big Saving * * * 1/3 OFF . . . MATERNITY WEAR — WESKIT and SLAX — 1 lot SKIRTS and SWEATERS — SLIPS. * # • 10% OFF . . . JEWELRY — DUSTERS — BLOUSES — WINTER MITTENS and GLOVES — OTHER SPECIALS. * ft • - ONE RACK - EXTRA SPECIALS * a * DON'T MISS THESE SAVINGS Ruby's Fashion Shop Postville, Iowa Overhaul SPECIAL POWER-PAK January and February • Genuine IH Parts # New Sleeves and Pistons 9) New Main and Rods • New Gaskets 9) New Oil and Breather Elements # Rod Locks • New Oil • New Spark Plugs INCLUDES Installing sleeves, pistons and rings. Check crankshaft. Install bearings. Grind Valves. Check Guides and Springs. Steam Clean. Tractor Tested on Dynamometer. FARMALL H Special $130.25 Regular Price $159.95 FARMALL M Special $150.25 Regular Price $174.95 Fire Graters at additional cost. SIGN UP AND SET A DATE. GENUINE POSTVILLE IMPLEMENT PARTS ROY DUWE and BOB CONVERSE Phone 86 4-3214 Postville, Iowa office »ui>- 3.50 37.15 1.76 :to.no 30.0!> C6.ll 2.50 298.06 5.00 3.00 1.96 77.80 34.00 12.01 Public Legal Notifications Iowa laws require that the residents of this area be notified of certain legal proceedings. Certain individuals, as well as groups, may have a personal interest. in these notifications. Often the publication is the only public notice. To keep well informed, readers should check carefully the notices which appear in this section. Fred Beal], assembly room mnn- aKcment Postville Herald, pub. of expenditures Klirto Loose Leaf Co plies Waukon R & S.. pub. of expenditures Waukon Democrat, pub. of expenditures Allnmnkec Journal, pub. of expenditures Fred Beall, assembly room management Bureau of Ed. Research, tests . .. Ruth E. Schneider, notary seal .. Leach enaky Insurance, notary bond Regan Pharmacy, office supplies . Daniel M. Peterson, hearing proceedings Duane E. Lodge, postage Cohie Office Supply, office sup* piles American School Board Journal, subscription Bureau of Dental Hygiene, dental cards Lindblom Radio & TV, repair of record player U.00 World Book Company, testa 450.62 Allamakee Comm. School Dist., special room fi.i26.-tS Iowa Ass'n. • of School Boards, membership 20.00 Bureau of Ed. Reaenrch, tests ... 663.00 Robert Burseth, special ed. transportation 510.00 I Klip to Loose Leaf Co., reorganization and office supplies 9.0S Eastern Allamakee Comm. School Distrist. special room 3.S89 Luana News MRS. ARTHUR BEKG Correspondent St John's Lutheran Church L. W. Rcuther, Taster "l5. 9:30 a. m.- school and Sunday. January Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday Bible classes. Thursday, January 12, 7.15 p. m Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.-Senior choir rehearsal. Mrs. George Kluss and Mrs. How-, aid Kluss of Monona were in Lai Crosse Saturday to visit Fred Landt, who is a patient in the Lutheran Hospital. Guests during the holidays in the Lewis McNally home included: Sandra McNally and Ronald McNally of Iowa City; Lucille McNally, Kansas City, Missouri; Mr, and Mrs. Hugh Varty, Billy and Dion, Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Don Nylund and family, St. Cloud, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Rude and family, Eau Rubert Claire, Wisconsin; Mi. Richard Searls, Mbutgit Mexico; Mr. and Mrs,) and family, Elgin; \\ : ". Alindo BlnUi, New Hn» Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ma family, Luana, MEMBER Fielding McQuitty, CorrectionviUc was rtctsjL cd a 50 -year certificate jJ of Masonry. He wasaj the CorrcctionvlUe lojjl out his entire Masonic s ANNUAL PUBLICATION OF EXPENDITURES ALLAMAKEE COUNTY BOARD OF EDUCATION 4.50 2.31 Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor "When God 16.30 Calendar Year 1960 Waukon, Iowa We do hereby certify that this is a correct and true report of bills and claims allowed by the Allamakee County Board of Education for the year 1060 as required by Section 273.13, School Laws of Iowa. Louis Hill. President Dunne E. Lodde, Executive Secretary Duane E. Lodjre. salary $5,578.82 Duane E. Loctae, travel expense . 937.S9 Ruth E. Schneider, salary 2.S04.69 Luella M. Kiesotl, salary 2,478.75 Iowa Employment Security Commission, FOAB 352.S0 Iowa Public Emp. Retirement System, IPERS 383.66 Hospital Service, Inc., of Iowa Blue Cross 333.25 Waukon State Bank, withholding tax 1,619.70 Mrs. Lester ElHngson, board meeting's 23.17 Louis L. Hill, board meetings .. . 47.64 Ralph E. Jenkins, board meetings 40.14 Bertin V. Juvik, board meetings. 42.OS Roy J. Moore, board meetings . .. 39.76 Bureau of Educational Research, tests 7.10 Danny's Music Store, instruction supplies 1.29 Webster Publishing Compnny. books for special room ........ 6.41 J. S. Latta & Son. office supplies 1.50 Pratt Sound Films, Inc.. projector repairs 3.33 Allamakee Journal, subscription. 2.50 Waukon Newspapers, subscription 5.00 Postville Herald, subscription ... 3.00 Robert Burseth, special ed. transportation 540.00 Lechner Engineering Co., office supplies 13.02 The Hoermann Press, office supplies 7.29 The Weavers, office supplies .... 3.83 Duane E. Lodge, postage 42.00 Curtis 1000 Inc., office supplies.. 32.62 193.45 3.8S 12: Haehlen and Morrow, bond Waukon Democrat, publishing of budget Waukon R. & S., publishing of budget 20 - ! Postville Herald, publishing of budget a5 Allamakee Journal, publishing of budget 32j R. C. Booth Enterprises, office supplies 14. Klipto Loose Leaf Co., election supplies Wnukon Cash Register, typewriter repair Swartz Office Supply, office equipment Margaret Straate, express chnrges R. C. Booth Enterprises, office supplies Bureau of Ed. Research, tests . . Swartz OITice Supply, office sui»plies Duane E. Lodge, postage Co. Aud. L. E. Ricker. freight . . Bureau of Dental Hygiene, den- tnl cards The lowan. subscription Thos. O'Toole & Sons. office supplies Koch Bros., office supplies Maico Schei Hearing Service, audiometer repair Curtis 1000 Inc., office supplies . Klipto Loose Lenf Co.. office supplies Iowa State Highway Comm. office supplies Luella M. Kiesau. travel expense Klipto Loose Leaf Co., office supplies The Hoermann Press, office supplies Decorah Community School District, Allamakee's share of special education Western Printing Co., special ed. supplies INJURED Hugo Hucke of Aurelia was painfully injured in an accident at his home recently when he fell from a horse while chasing cattle. One of the steers ran in front of the | horse, causing it to stumble, and throw him to the frozen ground. The force of the fall fractured some bones in his face. His left arm was dislocated and fractured at the shoulder. allows a burden to be put upon you, He will put his own ami underneath you to help." This is "Visit Your Friends' Church" Sunday. There is no better place to visit them. Other Luana Neifs. Mrs. William Staley and Mrs. Elsa Gossman were Thursday afternoon guests in the Otto Pape home in Monona. Mrs. Otto Pape of Monona and) Mr. and Mrs. Gus Tonne of Tripoli were Wednesday guests in the[ Gossman and Staley homes. j Mrs. Eugene Schlitter of Fort Dodge spent the past week in the home of her parenls Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Baade. ! Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum and son Dale took their daughter Nancy and Jo Lena Gisleson to Omaha, Nebraska Monday, where they enrolled at the Person- i.ioiel Training Institute. j Mr. and Mrs. William Eppens of G -l r 'j Calmar and Mrs. Elsa Gossman . ..'were New Year's day dinner guests in the William Staley home. Louis Miller. Sr. suffered a stroke Friday and is being cared for nt the Community hospital in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Wagner left Thursday for Phoenix. Arizona for a few weeks visit in the home of her brother, William D. Ellsworth. The Rev. and Mrs. H. A. Diers of Titonka were guests Wednesday and Thursday in the Rev. L. W. ooReuther home. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doerring and children nnd Mrs. Anna Gcntz with other relatives were guests Sunday in the Harley Radloff, Sr. home in Postville to help Mr. and Mrs. Radloff celebrate their silver wedding anniversary. Mrs. Amanda Nichols and Mrs. Thein of Guttenbcrq visited in the Don W. McShane home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Rosena Krambeer. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas. Linda, Jerry and Steven and JWr. and Mrs. Lyle Kneeskern of Castalia were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. Lynn Hangartner, Donald and Ronald. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner. Donald and Ronald attended the funeral of Walter Van Wey of Frankville Saturday afternoon". Mr. Van Wey is a brother-in-law of Mr. Hangartner. Mrs. Helen Campbell left Mon day for a weeks stay in the Robert Ferguson home in Monona. Arthur H. Berg, Louis Wagner and Lawrence Schultz attended the mayor's banquet at Marquette on January 3. William and Charles Landt. with Mrs. Fred Landt of Postville and 20.2S 4S.00 3.13 4.58 ! 11.87 33.11 54.00 21. IS 1.20 1.89 FARM LOAN SERVICE FULLY INSURED SALE NORTHEAST IOWA DIVISION AUCTION Reason and Location: As I am quitting farming, I will sell at Public Auction on my farm located V2 mile West on Highway No. 9 and a mile South of Waukon: Wednesday, January 18 Sale Starting at 11 o'clock Lunch Stand on the Grounds 31 HEAD OF GOOD DAIRY CATTLE 1 Guernsey Cow, due in February 2 Holstein Heifers, due in February 2 Holstein Heifers, due in March 2 Holstein Heifers 1 Holstein Cow, due in April 12 Cows, Milking Now, Holstein, Guernsey, Brown Swiss (These cattle are artificially sired and artificially bred.; DAIRY EQUIPMENT 2-unit Surge seamless buckets with automatic lids; Pipeline for 18 cows; Surge pumo- 12-gallon electric water heater; 12 ten-gallon cans. HAY 1900 Bushels Corn 300 Bushels Oats - CORN — OATS 2000 Bales Hay, alfalfa, brome, clover, mixed 600 Bales of Straw 250 HY-LINE PULLETS, in 90% Production Chicken Equipment 10' x 14' Brooder House FULL LINE OF FARM MACHINERY McCormick 238 cultivator 1954 McCormick Super 'H' 11 x 38 tractor chains Heat Houser for 'H' tractor McC. Hydro manure loader A-C Model 'B' tractor with cultivator and wood saw McC. No. 25 7-foot mower McC. No. 210 corn planter w/fert. attach, to fit 'B' McCormick No. 45 baler A-C Model 60 combine, pickup, scour clean and straw spreader John Deere Model 'H' manure spreader McCormick No. 8 2-16" plow with Lantz coulters John Deere 8-ft. grain drill with power lift New Idea 1-row corn picker Massey-Harris 16-ft. disc Massey Harris 3-section spring tooth Case 4-bar side rake McCormick 4-sec. drag with folding draw bar Space did not permit us to list all of Machinery. Some Household Goods ED MARTENS Dean & Eaton, Auctioneers Dean Ferris, Rep. Farm Loan c„ • . — Elmer Fogt, Waukon State Bank, Clerk P m L ° an Serv,ce ' '"c. FARM LOAN SERVICE, INC. shier Security State Bank Bldg., Madison, Wis. Telephone CHerry 9-6464 BOWLING . . . Is A World of Fun There's a zest and fascination to bowling that| everybody enjoys. It's the happiest way |. get healthy, slimming exercise! We set tit stage for fullest enjoyment of this popula sport here . . . with modern, perfectly kept lanes, automatic pin spotters, and a clean light, pleasant atmosphere. HI-WAY LANE East on Highway 18 and 52 PostvilM » Basketball Postville High School Gym IIHIUIIIIIMMIIIUIIUIItllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIINIIIMIIIItllllllllllllllllUlllllllllMllllllltnilllHIIItllltail'i Friday, January 1 SUMNER vs. POSTVILli lllllllllllirillllllllllllllltlMMIIIIIIItMIIIIMIIIIIIIlnilllHIIMIMIIMllllllllMI UMHIim Tuesday, Jan. 1 MONONA vs. POSTVILLI imiiiMiriimiiumntimniHn llilimtmnmiiiiiiiiMiiUMltmilll iiiiiimiiimiiimtiia TWO GAMES EACH NIGHT FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS OPENING TIPOFF AT 6:45 P.M. SUPPORT THE FIGHTING PIRATES ifmtlllllllliuilllllllfllllllllllllliiiMMMlllllliiiiiiiiMitlllMlltlllllllllU llinlHINlllIlt'"" 10 ADMISSION — Adults 60c Grade Students 15c — Junior-Senior High NOTICE TO Motor Vehicle Own The 1961 Motor Vehicle License may be purchased before February l 1961, without penalty; after that dsl a penalty of 5 per cent (one dolls' minimum) will be added each mom until licensed. THERE IS ALWAYS A RUSH THE LAj FEW DAYS OF JANUARY TO SECURE L* ENSES. DO NOT WAIT—BUY THEM N0« AND AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH. Owners wishing to store their vehicles ma/ by turning in their plates to the County Tre ottice before February 1, thereby avoiding P« they w.sh to obtain a license later. LEON HENDERSON TREASURER OF ALLAMAKEE COUNT*

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