Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 11, 1961 · Page 6
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Postville Herald POSTVILLE, IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY Official Newspaper for A Unmake* County and Town of Postville CUfrord W. D*Garmo and Fred L. Mftrtfn Publishers Xntered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $3.00 Por Year — $5.50 for 2 Years in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties S3.50 Per Year — $6.50 for 2 Years Outside of Four County area. NATIONAL EDITORIAL AS^C(^TI<|>N. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Hokel of Hampton were callers in the Fred L. Martin home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte were in Chicago the first part of the week where Mr. Schutte was buying furniture. John Dresser of Albuquerque, New Mexico spent' Saturday in the home of Mrs. L. E. Dresser and Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer. Vance Stover started working January 2 as a parts man for Lawson Equipment Company. CORRECTION. The sale of Cy Harrington's barber shop was made to Sidney Livingood instead of as reported last week. Luann Wahls, staff nurse at Methodist Hospital, Rochester. Minnesota, came Thursday to spend the New Year's holiday in the home of Mr. and.Mrs. Clarence Wahls. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson visited January 4 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson and helped Mr. Lawson celebrate his 77th birthday. Gordon Lawson was in Des Moines last Thursday on business at the Ford Motor Company. Mrs. Dora Fravel of Lime Springs and Paul Fravel of Cresco were dinner guests Tuesday in the Thomas Vickery home. Mrs. Norbert Gerner of Clermont passed away early this morning at I her home in Clermont. . The body is at the Schutte Funeral Home. Wednesday, January 11, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarms and -Chip visited Mr. and Mrs. Merle Hokel in West Union Sunday. The Odd Fellows will serve an oyster stew at their regular meeting to be held this Friday evening. James Klocke has purchased the -borne of Mrs. Bertha Schroeder on east Williams Street and is taking possession now. Norma McNally left last week Kfonday for Minneapolis, Minnesota where she is a student at Northwest Institute after having spent Christmas vacation and quarter lireak in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Leo McNally and femily. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Luhman, Mrs. C. W. Schroeder, and Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook attended the Dorian MUsic festival held at Luther college on Thursday of last week. Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. visited Sunday in the home of her sister, Mrs. Florence Klein in McGregor and with her mother, Mrs. Agnes Henkes, who is a patient in the McGregor hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George A. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer were in Milwaukee, Wisconsin last Wednesday where they attend ed funeral services for Ernst Auh mann. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Jarms and Steve returned last week Monday to their home in Decatur, Illinois after spending the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarms and Chip. Mr, and Mrs. Lyle Groth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groth and Gene Groth spent from Wednesday through Friday in Chicago where they attended the National Turkey Convention at the Conrad Hilton Hotel. When You Have DRY CLEANING Remember GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4-3813 Postville, la. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner have sold their 60 acre farm east of Postville to Mr. and Mrs. Carl Herman of Waukon with possession on or before March 1, according to an announcement by Willman Real Estate. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Buckle of Yorktown, Saskatchewan, Canada, were visitors Tuesday in the E. A. Looney, Sr. home. In the afternoon they accompanied Mrs. Looney to Farmersburg where they called in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Farley Henkes. Marion Sonnkalb, now associated with the National Cash Register Company, flew to New York City Saturday to attend the National Retail Merchants Association at the Statler Hilton Hotel. Mrs. Leo Ball, Mrs. Gus Miller, Mrs. John Burrow, Mrs. Harold Christofferson and Mrs. Evan Owen helped to entertain the mental health patients at the Waukon county home on January 3. Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Halverson returned Tuesday from Tucson, Arizona after spending three weeks with their son, Howard, who is a graduate student at the University of Arizona. They also visited with friends at Mesa. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stirn were called to Lansing Tuesday morning by the death of Mr. Stirn's father, George Stirn. Funeral services will be held at Lansing at 9:30 Friday morning. Sunday dinner guests in tho home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Janett and family were Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Janett of Maquoketa; Mrs. Emma Brown and Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Schultz, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Sander and family. Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder were Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Windhurst of Palm Springs, California, Mrs. Clark Windhurst of West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Schroeder of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Waters, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters, Mrs. Emma Hein and Mrs. Bertha Rounds of Postville; Mrs. John Jaster of Ossian; and Mrs. F. D. Rounds of Monona attended the funeral of F. Francis Mead at Cedar Rapids last Saturday. Mr, and Mrs. W. M. Marten sold their 50 acre farm' north of Postville to Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Duvel with immediate possession. The Martens have purchased the Duvel house on Murdock Street. The sales were transacted by Willman Real Estate. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Stumme and family were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anfinson at West Union. The dinner was in honor of the baptism of the infant daughter, Lisa Marie, of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Meyer, who was baptized that morning at the Zion Lutheran Church, with the Stummes acting as sponsors. gckkoed&u MARKET BOY Y0U CANNOT* LEAVE THE BABE ALONE?' TELEPHONE/ Q— ICOU PON- Cut Out This Coupon And Save ALL FLAVORS HM ^C Jell -03 pkgs. for O LOCAL THAOEMAIUU. U* iCOUPON; + QUALITY MEATS... OLD STYLE — All Meat FRANKS . . 2 lb. pkg. 89c FRESH — PORK HOCKS lb. 33c HEAT AND EAT — FISH STICKS pkg. 29c PINK SALMON 1 Ibc can 59c LIBBY'S PUMPKIN 2 cans for 25c MAXWELL HOUSE — Instant Coffee Large 6 oz. Jar 89c C and H — LIGHT Brown Sugar 3 & 39c DOLLY MADISON — Quality Chek'd ICE CREAM . . V2 Gal. 79c GARDEN NAPKINS Package of 200 Napkins Only 39* FANCY TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT Box of 48 Only $2.29 TELEPHONE 86 4-3814 POSTVILLE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landt and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Landt, Mark and Kim were in La Crosse. Wisconsin Sunday to visit Fred Landt, who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital there. Mrs. Fred Landt accompanied Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Landt of Luana to La Crosse on Tuesday to visit Mr. Landt. South America Is Cub Scout Theme The regular meeting of Cub Scout Den I was held January 3 at the home of Mrs. Frank Tehel assisted by Mrs. James Gunderson. Mark Boese led the Flag Ceremony. Roll call was taken and dues were collected by the denner, Gary Dundee. Mrs. Gunderson and David Tehel, den chief, led the games. Mrs. Tehel led a discussion on South America^ The meeting closed with the Living Circle and the Cub Scout Promise. Mrs. Gunderson furnished a treat. Den Vm. The regular meeting of Cub Scout Den VIII was held January 3 at the home of Mrs. Donald Martindale. assistant Den Mother. The Pledge of Allegiance to the Flag was conducted by Alan Mork. Roll call was taken and dues collected by denner Jim Szabo. Mrs. Leo Boese recorded the achievements and led the discussion on South American countries and their industries. The boys played a South American game and physical feats were led by Ronald Sander, den chief. Parents may sign Elective No. three and part one of Elective No. 10. The meeting closed with the Living Circle. Den IV. Den IV held their regular meeting January 3 at the home of their Den Mother, Mrs. Harvey Jarms. assisted by Mrs. Gunderson and Jack Oldag. The meeting opened with the Pledge to the Flag. Roll call was answered by the boys telling about Christmas presents received. An election for new den­ ner and assistant denner was held. Timmy Hale is the new denner and Gary Gunderson, assistant. Advancements were checked and games were played. Jimmy Wittenberger furnished a birthday treat. The meeting closed with the Living Circle. $746 Raised In Fund Drive Here The fund drive of the Allamakee Association for Retarded Children held in Allamakee county in November raised $74(1.75. The association has extended thoir thanks to the Postville community for aiding in the drive. These funds will be used to maintain and expand essential services for the retarded in the county. "If you have not yet had an opportunity to make a gift to the association, you may do so by mailing your contribution to Mrs. Boyd Groczingor, Waukon, campaign chairman," it was reported. 4 -H CLUB IIAS KEGULAK MEET WINTER SPOUTS TAKE CONDITIONING FOR SAFETY At their regular meeting on December 14 the Luana Sunny Sues held their Christmas party and gift exchange. Roll call was answered with "My Favorite After School Snack". A demonstration was given by Diane Gehring on "Setting Table": and one on "A Good Milk Drink" was given by Judy Baker. Jean Baade gave a talk on "Good Etiquette": and Mrs. Merrill Baade on "Gift of Good Nutrition". Linda Stnrkey, reporter. Speech Contest To Be At P. H. S. A Preliminary State Speech contest will be held at Postville high school on Saturday. January 28. Schools that will be represented at this contest include: Guttenberg, Guttenberg St. Mary's. Garnavillo, Elkader, Lansing-Eastern Allamakee. Lansing St. George. McGregor and Monona. Contests will be held in the following fields: oratorical, dramatic, humorous, interpretative reading ot poctz'.v. interpretative reading of prose, one act plays, original oratory, extemporaneous, radio speaking, and public address. Miss Dorothy Fisher, high school speech teacher, will act as manager of the contest. Auto Tags Must Be Purchased Bv Feb. 1 Automobile owners are reminded this week by Allamakee County Treasurer Leon Henderson that the new 1961 license tags must be purchased and displayed on their cars by February 1 or a penalty will attach thereafter. A penalty of five per cent per month is added to the license price after February 1. The minimum penalty allowed is $1.00. Tags may be purchased at the county treasurers office or through your bank. Winter sports can be good exercise for you if you're In good condition. According to the Iown State Department of Health, almost nil winter sports accidents are caused by lack of physical condition, lack of training, negligence and Just plain recklessness. Skiing, sledding and skating are all responsible for accidents each year. Although .the total number of ski Injuries has risen sharply, it has not risen in proportion to the growing number of skiers. The risk of injury has been reduced by safer slopes, better instruction and improved equipment, ' Most ski accidents could be avoided if skiers would: exorcise to condition muscles before a skiing holiday, warm up immediately before going out on the slopes, avoid major runs when tired, use modern safety-release bindings, take lessons as a beginner, leave the trail when a stop is necessary, stop a reasonable distance from the line at a tow or lift, never ski alone, stay out of closed areas and be twice as careful when the temperature changes. Youngsters often can have an accident with a toboggan or sled. Here the cause usually is just plain recklessness. If children are cautioned that accidents can be serious, and if they have a safe place to play, many i n i„.. eliminated. y n)Ur '«l Children should lowed to slide on a «, Tl " ul uct-n mocked in i.Z't hill leading ^.N roads a car c;m't stop itjl denly comes into its palli| The blggesl danger hA ting is thin ice. Ice tarn On a river or lake it mjl In one place but danget «J other. All ice should M carefully before a s^d tumbling into icy watetfl a thin spot. In all winter sports %\ vise is to be in conditio^ careful. Then you caai Probably ihe onlv |,J method of keeping-anti other .drugs out 0 f m "I them out orthocow .BB'J Dairyman Earl O. Wf State University. SAM AS AMERICA i ONE-HUNDRED-FOUR W. E. Warns of Eagle Grove passed away recently at the age of 104. He is survived by four daughters, a son. 16 grandchildren. 42 great-children and 12 great-great­ grandchildren. Never knew how hard it was to drive a bargain until I bought a second-hand car. BURNED Randy, year old son of Mr and I Mrs - Merlyn Eubank of near Lucas was painfully burned recently 'when he pulled a vaporizer over burning his legs and feet quite badly. 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