Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 18, 1961 · Page 2
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 18. 1961 Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter rfeffer. Senior -Con- Thursday. 8:00 p. m choir. Boy Scout meeting. Saturday, 8:45-11:45 a. m firmation classes. 11:15-11:45 a. m— Junior choir. Sunday. 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch Sunday, 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Other Castalia News. Seventeen ladies attended the first circle meeting of the Zion •Lutheran church women held at the borne of Mrs. Robert Brandt, chairman, on Thursday afternoon, January 12. Mrs. Harlan Stee led the lesson in Bible Study. The topic for the year is on prayer. During the business meeting the name "Rebekah Circle" was chosen. Elections resulted in Mrs. Merle Monroe, secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Everett McKe, secretary of education: and Mrs. Melbert Schopp, secretary of stewardship. A hostess schedule was drawn up for the year. Lunch was served, with Mrs. Ralph Schultz, co-hostess, assisting Mrs. Brandt. Carmen Corlett, Janice Kasemeier of Sumner and Virginia Maas of "Waterloo, student nurses at Allen Memorial Lutheran Hospital in Waterloo, spent the weekend in the Earle Corlett home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corlett. Gail an Todd of Farmersburg spent Saturday in the Corlett hdme. John Stavnes and Robert Szabo visited Saturday with Ole Stavnes, a patient at the University Hospital in Iowa City. Mrs. Szabo. Barbara and Susie Stavnes accompanied them as far as Cedar Rapids and spent the day in the Stanley Fergerson home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weller and Candy of McGregor to Miami, Florida. They left last Tuesday and plan to be back in about two weeks. Karen is staying with the Harlan Stee family. Mrs. Ray Schara and Mrs. Harlan Stee attended the Ladies Aid meeting at West Clermont Lutheran Wednesday afternoon. After the meeting Mrs. Schara. Mrs. Stee and Mrs. Olivia Schweinefus of West Union called on Mrs. Mary Tatro in her home near Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schave and Linda and Mrs. and Mrs. Glen Pixler, Kathleen and Danny, all of Luana and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schave. Mary and Billie were Wednesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave. They all helped Billie celebrate his tenth birthday. Sunday afternoon guests were Carol Schave of Cedar Rapids and Roger Wettelson of near Postville. Mrs. John Kluss was a Monday visitor in the Helmuth Meyer home in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Russett and Brenda of near Postville were Saturday night guests in the Dale Blumhagen home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kohls and Kenneth of near Clermont spent "Wednesday night in the Art Schroeder home. Mrs. Emma Breitsprecher spent Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Minnie Mundt. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman and Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Everman of Postville were Monday supper guests in the Walter Everman home. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar were Sunday supper guests in the John Pnnkow home in Decorah. Mrs. Ward Bachelder, Ralph Rathbun. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hag- ensiek and family and Mi\ and Mrs. Elmer Schultz were Sunday afternoon guests in the Roy Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Timmerman and Kelly Meyer were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Timmerman. It was the Will Timmermans wedding anniversary. , The W. S. W. S. of the E. U. B. , church held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Florence Albright, January 11th. Leader of the lesson was Mrs, Roy Schultz. Refreshment committee were Mrs. Rev. Burch and Mrs. Harold Harvey. Mrs. Melvin Engelhardt of Mabel, Minnesota and Mrs. John Kluss visited Tuesday afternoon in the Wayne Dahms home. Carla Kay and Richard HandKe of Oelwein spent the weekend in the Carlaus Meyer home. Mrs. Walter Schultz and Charles of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and Tommie spent the weekend in Sioux City with Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith. Susan, Myron and Kevin Schultz spent the weekend with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Lange in McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reckward spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. EHvood Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara, Sandra and Sharon of Cedar Rapids spent Sunday afternoon in the Harlan Schara home in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and John of Clear Lake and Nancy Klatt of Des Moines were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss. Mrs. Lena Perry of Postville is visiting in the Vernon Kamp home. Mrs. Esther Schroeder, Mrs. Minnie Mundt, Verla and Gary will be guests tonight in the Kenneth Ney home near Ossian. Merle E. Stee, Jr.. has completed a course in servicing electrical appliances and has been awarded a diploma by the National Radio institute of Washington. D. C. He finished the prescribed course of technical studies with creditable grades. In Korea. Army Capt. August Limkemann, 37. whose wife. Gladys, lives in San Antonio, Texas recently arrived in Korea and is now serving with the 7th infantry division. The seventh infantry "Boycott" division is one of two highly trained U. S. army combat divisions which have remained in Korea since the Korean war as part of the United Nations forces maintaining a shield of defense against agres­ sion. Captain Limkemann, a chaplain, entered the army in 1957 and arrived overseas last December. The captain, a son of William Limkemann of Ossian, attended Wheaton, Illinois academy high school and is a 1953 graduate of Wheaton, Illinois college. THIRTY-ONE YEARS Leonard Haaf of New Hampton purchased a Ford business coupe in 1929 and 31 years later is driving the same car. He bought the car for $626 and received a set of chains in the transaction. With $8.75 he bought his first license plate and for $1.44 he purchased seven gallons of gasoline. Low-quality eggs take more time to grade, says Farm Economist George W. Ladd of Iowa State University. STEPPING STONES to HOG PROFITS . . . A quick look at one of four important factors shows why some hogmen net three dollars to the average farmer's one. No. 1 — Big Litters Raised A litter of five pigs weaned will do well to pay expenses on the sow and pay their way to market. Just a break even figure with a litter of this size. The average farmer (who weaned about seven pigs per litter last year) has only 2 profit pigs at market time. Many PURINA Hog Program feeders can show records of weaning 9 or more pigs per litter. They market more than TWICE as many "PROFIT PIGS" as the average Hogman. FEED & SUPPLY *<9 *>fko 'JaH^x_ GRINDING £. M/ XING' COMPLETE Peimuzetz SERVICE Frankville News MRS. ROY KNEESKERN Correspondent FRANKVTIXE COMMUNITY CHURCH Robert Reynolds, Pastor 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. 11.00 a. ni.—Worship. At the congregational meeting held Sunday, 'January 8, Evert Hughes and Wayne Brandt were elected as trustees and Leland Walby and Lester Van Wey were elected as elders. The elders will be ordained Sunday, January 22, following a potluck dinner in the church dining room, at noon. A joint congregational meeting with Rossville attending will be Sunday. Willing Workers: Ruth Guild will meet with Mrs. Fred Waters and Rachael at the home of Mrs. Roger Sampson, Thursday afternoon of this week, January 19. Northeast Iowa Presbytery meets at Waukon church next Monday, January 23. The first 1961 Willing Workers meeting was held at the church on January 5, with a large number in attendance. Ruth Guild were serving. Ruth Allen and Mrs. Robert Reynolds were program leaders. The topic was on the "Far East . Mrs. Reynolds gave a book review on "Dr. Ida", a nurse from India. Other Fraiikvillc News. Mrs. I,oo Birdsell spent the past weekend nl the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birdsell and family in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Matter and Richard spent the past week with relatives in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Emmons of Burr Oak were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fadncss. Mr, and Mrs. Robert Fadncss are parents of another daughter, Yvonne Annette, born at Waukon Hospital on January 2. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Heller and Julie of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ohloff of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohloff. The occasion celebrated the birthdays four-year-old Julie Heller and five- year-old Tommie Ohloff. Sharon and Karen De Witt were Tuesday night guests in the Elmer Fadncss home, while Mr. and Mrs. Dwight Dc Witt made a trip to Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Rnmstnd of Jnnwillo. Wisconsin spent Monday and Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grinn.'i. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Gundersnn and family of near Clormonl and Mr. and Sirs. Henry Thompson of! Castalia wore Sunday dinner quests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Har- 1 ley Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim were Simdav. January 8 guests in ihc Russell Larson home in Decorah. The occasion was Judy Larson's birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Byron Schultz spent Friday evening at the Earl Kocnig home near Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Winters and Eilene were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Laterman on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman and Mary were supper guests Sunday evening at the Leslie Laterman home. Mrs. Carrie Hughes, long time resident of Frankville. passed away at Postville Hospital on Monday morning, following n few days ill­ ness She Is survived by a son, Clifford Hughes of Eldora and two grandsons, Dick and Dnvid Hughes. Funeral arrangements have not been completed. Mr and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern of Preston, Minnesota spent Saturday evening home. at the 1% J Mr. ami spent S home near Calmiir. Herald WanU^ "car Calm,,, U '°l 3RE YOU FuLtt COVERED o Get more protection all cost. Enjoy the advanU of a single policy agent — one compaJ and only one premiual Turner Ins. Ag« Phone 86 4-3121 P«i iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Farm Loan Service Fully Insured Sale NORTHEAST IOWA DIVISION ] REASON and LOCATION As I have decided to quit farming, I will hold a Public Auction at the farm local) |f 8 miles North of Postville, 12 miles Southeast of Decorah, 12 miles Southwest of Waukon, or '/ 4 mile North of Frankri^ | Wednesday, January 25 SALE STARTS 11:00 A. M. LUNCH STAND ON GROUNDS Farm Machinery WD 45 Allis Chalmers tractor with wide front and row crop front end also heat houser, chains and belt pulley. M Farmall tractor with power pack—two way hyd. and near new rubber with heat houser, chains and belt pulley A John Deere with 5 and 6 gear 2-M McCormick corn picker 3-16 Allis Chalmers mounted plow 4-row Allis Chalmers cultivator 494 John Deere corn planter with fertilizer attachment, used 3 seasons 12' John Deere fertilizer spreader with side dressing attach. 11' Wheel mounted Krause disc, tandem 7' John Deere tractor mower John Deere manure spreader, PTO, Model N., 134 bu. 4-section Kewanee drag with telescoping drawbar 2 Feurhelm wagon boxes, 7 x 14 with chopper sides and bale racks 2 Lyndell hydraulic wagon box hoists 953 John Deere wagon — 2 Rubber tired wagons 6 x 12 wagon box — 4 x 10 two wheel trailer 14" Bear Cat hammer mill, PTO, governor controlled traveling feed table and feed auger, (1 year old) Arts Way feed mixer — 2-row rotary hoe Allis Chalmers manure loader, hydraulic New Idea side delivery rake, 4 bar 4 45-bushel hog feeders, 2 Pax and 2 Pride of Farm 2 Hog waterers — Truck elevator 16' x 4" Mayrath grain auger — 1 h. p. electric motor 46 HEAD Holstein CATTU 29 Holstein Milk Cows (15 fresh since Dec—1-1 spring' 1 7 bred Holstein Heifers 10 Holstein Heifer Calves Health Papers will be furnished with all cattle. in 1 Corn - Oats - Hay - Stral 3000 Bushels Corn - 2000 Bushels Oats — 2500 Bales Bf 1000 Bales Straw — All more or less Dairy Equipment 1 Surge Milker SP11 Pump — 3 new style Seamless Bu*|| 1 Surge Hot Water Heater — 24 Milk Cans ^j Loading chute, portable with adjustable ramp Johnson gas tank heater, automatic John Deere corn sheller, PTO « PTO Tire pump, small elevator, barrels, 16' x 18' tarjj* tools, forks and many other articles too numew mention. CASHIER Dean Ferris, Rep. Farm Loan Sale Service FREI LINGER CLERK Postville State Bank Postville, Iowa TERMS: Cash or 25% down on all purchases over $25 00 Balance in 6-840-12 or up to18 months time given with finance charge and charge of V 2 %£ 1% per month added to your contract SETTLEMENT MUST BE MADE DAY OF SALE. No property Si be removed until settled for. We Do Not Finance Poultry. MI. DlZ ^. Dean > p °stville Mayhew Eaton, Waukon DISTRICT MANAGER | James H Gordon Mineral Point, Wise ^relentaUvC InTparm Z T M W ed * y° ur local ffSl of an auctSneer• ™5 Loan Service gives the fanner lus Jl insured S T^A* £? tter Humaad, completely fljjl Illinois. See vonr hJX ' h buyers from *° wa . 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