Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 18, 1961 · Page 6
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Postville Herald POSTVILLE, IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY •ffieial Nrmpaptr for AUrnnakH County and Town of PoatviUe Clifford W. DcGarmo and Fred L. Martin Pnbliihers Watered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SS.00 Per Year — $5.50 for 2 Years in Allamakee. Clafton. Fayette and Winneshiek Counties 13 .50 Per Year — $6.50 foe 2 Years Outside of Four County area. NATIONAL EDITORIAL AS §3cgTI <j>N Wednesday, January 18, 1961 Kenneth Looney of New Hampton was a Saturday overnight guest in the Ed Looney, Sr. home. Mr. and Mrs. Durwood Schutta -and Joel were Sunday dinner guests in the John Schutta home at JTrankville. "Weekend guests in the home of Jtr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier and family were Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Eckstein and family of Waverly. Warren Tyler, and a friend Bill -Bowles of Des Moines, both students at the University of Iowa, spent the weekend in the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and •Connie. Tour ... CLEANER is your CLOTHES BEST FRIEND —TRY — GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4 -3813 Postville, la. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owen and family spent the weekend in Anamosa visiting relatives and- friends. Mr. and Mrs. Max Medtoerry of Elgin were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knight and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Groff and family were dinner guests Sunday in Cresco in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred McCameron and Cindy. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Larson and Mary Sue of Dubuque were guests over the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Marville and family. Hall Roberts spent from Friday to Sunday in Cleveland, Ohio where he attended the annual business meeting of the Council of Presbyterian Men. Mr. and Mrs. James Koevenig and family of Iowa City visited for a short time last weekend in the parental L. O. Koevenig and the Charles Ohloff homes. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Buckle of Yorkton, Saskatchewan, Canada, Mrs. Ed Koether of Giard and Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. visited Monday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney, Jr. and family. Mrs. Henry Steele, Mrs. Herman Christofferson and Mrs. John Martins accompanied Mrs. Roy Schorg of Monona and Mrs. John Breitbach of Waukon to Waterloo last Thursday where they attended the Cancer Crusade workshop which was held in the President Hotel. Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, Mrs. William Schlee and Mrs. Lyle Ruekdaschel drove to Rochester, Minnesota Sunday to visit Lyle Ruekdaschel, a patient in the Kahler-Methodist hospital there. Mrs. Ruekdaschel returned to Rochester Tuesday to be with her husband who submitted to surgery that day. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Meyer and family were: Mrs. Mary Krogman, Milo Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hangartner. Mrs. LaVila Schmidt, Kathy and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Willman, Sherri Lynn, Ford and Barbara, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kugel, Ruth, Robert, Danny and Dianne, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schroeder, Marvin and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Orville V. Meyer, Judy, Kathy, Beverly, Kenneth and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman of Harmony, Minnesota. Karan Lenth and William Anderson of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sylvan Lenth and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Martens moved last week Tuesday into their home on Murdock street recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Orvel Duvel. A chili and oyster supper will be served in the Ossian Lutheran parish hall on Wednesday evening, January 25 with serving beginning at 5:00. The public is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Rex King of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the parental John Burrow home. Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner went to Minneapolis Tuesday and are attending an oil dealers convention there. Mr. and Mrs. Don Hall were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Hall and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Swenson and family in Forest City. Rites Held For Louis E. Miller Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Douglass were in Earlville last . Wednesday and were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Faust. Mr. Faust was installed as Master of the Masonic Lodge that evening. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schultz and family of Cedar Falls were weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. E. C. Ruekdaschel and also called in the Cloy Schultz, Sr., home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Paulsen and family attended funeral services for Mrs. Paulsen's grandmother, Mrs. Alfred Tucker, held at Gadsden. Alabama. The Paulsens left Friday and returned Wednes day of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Green and family attended the silver wedding anniversary of Mrs. Green's uncle land aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Foltz I held Sunday at the Locust Luther- Ian Church. Mrs. John Burrow and Mrs. Mari on Kirkestue drove to Clermont last Wednesday where they attended the last week of the Priscilla Working Society. All former members were invited to attend this meeting at the West Clermont Lutheran Church. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder left Tuesday for Washington, D. C, where they will attend the presidential inaugural parade and ball; and will visit their son, Wayne, who is stationed there with the army and will take part in the inaugural parade as a member of the Honor Guard. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara and Debbie of Austin, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schara were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara following the baptism at St. Paul's Lutheran Church of Roger Clayton, infant son the Harlan Scharas. The occasion also honored the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Schara. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara, Sharon and Sandra were afternoon visitors. Business Personals A chili and oyster supper will be served in the Ossian Lutheran parish hall, Wednesday evening, January .25. Serving begins at 5:00 p. m. Prices, 75c and 50c. Everybody welcome. 12 bpc. ScfoioedeM MARKET BOY IN FOLKS COME 8AC<"1 EVERY SEASON FOR- OUR. GROCERIES^ THERE'S A REASON / EC O U P O N i Cut Out This Coupon And Save FOR THE SNEEZIN' SEASON Kleenex Tissues BOX OF 200 ...... ONLY •COUPON- • QUALITY MEATS... HORMEL — PURE PORK SAUSAGE lib. roll 37c OSCAR MAYER — SMOKIE LINKS . 12 oz. pkg. 59c CUT UP — Ready to Cook LUTEFISK Vh lb. box $1.09 FRESH — FROZEN FRENCH FRIES 1'/: lb. pkg. 39c ANGONOA'S BREAD STICKS box 29c HILLS BROS. — Regular or Drip Coffee ... 1 £ 59c ROSE-DALE Sliced Peaches 3" 89c LARGE ANGEL FOOD CAKES — Pan-O-Cakes .. : 49c NEW! PILLSBURY Nut Bread Mix Date Bread Mix CINNAMON STREUSEL Coffee Cake Mix YOUR CHOICE BOX CHEESE 2 lb. box 79c GRIDDLE-MIX PANCAKE FLOUR 3 lb. bag 39c Scfowedeti GROCERY 'WHERE MA £cuM* PAS DOUGH' TELEPHONE 86 4-3814 POSTVILLE, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, in company with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Jacobson of Waukon, were in Des Moines last Thursday attending inauguration activities for Governor Norman A. Erbe. Funeral services for Mrs. Carrie Hughes of Frankville will be held this afternoon (Wednesday), 2:00 p. m., at the Frankville Church. Mrs. Hughes passed away Monday morning at Postville Hospital. Kenneth J. Kerr of Postville passed away this morning at Postville Hospital after a lingering illness. Funeral plans were not complete at the time the Herald went to press. The obituary will appear in next weeks issue of the Herald. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Schroeder and Scott, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Koopman and Cora; James Koopman and Dixie Brainard of Cedar Rapids; and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koopman and family of Farmersburg were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Wahls, Jr., and family in Elkader. Five New Arrivals At Hospital Here Five new arrivals, four girls and one boy, were added to the community during the past week at Postville Hospital. Following is a list of the births: Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Romandus Gisleson, Luana, Jan. 11, 7 lbs., 15 ozs. Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Johnson, Decorah, Jan. 16, 7 lbs., 6 ozs. Boy, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Hoth, Luana, (Jan. 17, 7 lbs.. 2 ozs. Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Weber, Luana, Jan. 11, 7 lbs.. 5 ozs. Girl, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Beckett. Monona, Jan. 18, 7 lbs., 14 ozs. Medical Cases. Mrs. Augusta Roland, Monona, Jan. 12. Rubye Shaffer, Elgin, Jan. 13. Mrs. Clifford Osmundson, Postville, Jan. 14. Deel Kane, Monona, Jan. 18. Ronald Engelhardt, Monona, Jan. 18. Earl Bothel, Monona, Jan. 18. Dr. Sterling To Address Kiwanians Dr. A. H. Sterling of Postville will be the speaker at the next meeting of the Postville Kiwanis Club to be held on Monday evening, January 23, beginning with a 6:30 dinner at the V and J dining room. Dr. Sterling will speak on a subject in the field of optometry. A number of Postville Kiwanis members went to McGregor Monday evening to attend an inspirational meeting hosted by the McGregor Kiwanis Club. Herald Want Ads bring results. Funeral services were held Friday at St, John's Lutheran Church in Luana for Louis E. Miller who passed away on Tuesday of last week. The Rev. L. W. Reuther was in charge of the rites; 'burial was in the Lutheran cemetery in Luana. Louis Elmer Miller, one of nine children, was born July 21, 1900 on a farm near Farmersburg, Iowa to Fred and Mary Mueller. He spent his childhood on farms around Clayton Center. He was baptized in the Lutheran Church in Clayton Center: confirmed in St. John's Lutheran Church in Farmersburg by the Rev. E. Guetzlaff. On April 27, 1921 he was united in marriage to Viola Backhaus. To this union three sons were born. The deceased spent almost his entire married life engaged in farming in the Luana community. He has been a long-time member of St. John's Lutheran Church of Luana. In 1949 he and his wife retired from the farm and moved to Luana. He suffered a severe stroke last Friday and was taken to Postvilic Hospital. On Tuesday evening, 9:15 p. m.. he passed away having attained the age of 60 years, five months and 20 days. He wns preceded in death by an infant son; his father and mother; and brother, Marvin. He is survived by his wife; two sons. Merle and Louis. Jr., both of Luana; five grandchildren: five sisters, Mrs. William Lubbers of Postville, Mrs. Harvey Klasen of Farmersburg. Mrs. George Pixler of Dubuque, Mrs. Arlo Johanningmeier of McGregor, and Mrs. Alice Kiple of McGregor; two brothers. Fritz Miller of Farmersburg. and Carl Miller of McGregor; and other relatives and friends. School Tax Levy Compares Well In Area The Postville FFA Chapter hold their regular monthly meeting on Monday. January 9. The main item of business was the raising of greenhands to the degree of chapter farmer. In order to achieve this degree an individual must have productively invested at least $50.00 in a farming program and must be regularly enrolled, in a vocational agriculture course. A rat control program was discussed and was decided by the chapter to conduct such a program as a community service project. The program will go into effect immediately. February 11 was set as the date for an FFA skating party. The chapter voted to extend the invitation to all students of the high school. The chapter will take a school bus allowing free transportation to all who wish. The recreation committee also reported on plans for a swimming party at the indoor pool at Fayette sometime in March. Purina Beautina. a purebred Holstein calf purchased by the McNeil feed store and managed by the local FFA chapter, was sold at a public auction in Cedar Rapids Saturday, January 14. The calf was sold for $140.00 with all proceeds going to the chapter. The purpose of the project was to teach students how to keep records on a dairy animal. The calf developed a naval rupture and required an operation in mid-December. This resulted in a setback as far as feed efficiency is concerned. The total tax rate for the Postville Community Schools for 1061 is some higher than last year, but this rate is still lower than the rate in many of the surrounding communities. The total school tax rate for Postville Is 40.509 mills for the year. The following schools in the surrounding area to Postville have higher tax rates as Indicated; Waukon 40.569, West Union 54.245, Clermont-Elgin 41,059, Mnrquette-Mc- Gregor 74.145, Strawberry Point 49.371, Arlington 47.325, Fayette 54.386, Oelwetn 45.677. Elkader 44.566, and Decorah 42.717. The following schools have a smaller total tax rate than Postville: Garnavillo 32.218, Monona 37.430, Luana 35.085, Maynard 38.930, Lansing-New Albin 31.076, and Calmar-Ossian 23.984. ONE-HUNDRED-TWO Mrs. Mary Weston of the Edgewood Strawberry Point area recently celebrated her 102nd birthday. She has been able to attend church quite frequently this fall. Her mind is alert, and her hands are busy knitting' and sewing. It has long been recognized, says Farm Economist Frank Robotka of Iowa State University, that the individual farmer has little or no effective bargaining power. WANT ADS For Sale — Dry block wood. Delivered. Lloyd Schultz, phone 86 4-3261, Postville. 12p CONSERVATION RtSftl CONTRACT TWlEit Farmers who have soil servation reserve trofeJ ing part ot their ctttS review thciv contracts^ pleting their m\ C J*I according to Lester Stl man of the AUamaitei (J committee. A review t}| tract is recommended «| of being sure of the acts! mitted crops that mijl and harvested. l Each conservation iJ tract includes a limiuJ number of acres on lit| can be used for the gl harvesting of crops, ijl is called the permitted! soilband base crops. AJ1 oilseeds, and row crops! fled as soil bank bast tf The permitted acrtsjl bank base crops is iajl cause exceeding that KI result in violation o! ii and a reduction of Vhe J ment or possible loss payment. l In addition, Chainwl minded farmers that ci reserve contracts provi &I land under contract it] grazed, cut for hay, ouj ested from it. There are 8605 aaeji on 120 farms under consel serve contracts in AlliaJ ty. Clermont An * Charter Flighhl Beechcraft Bad CLARENCE KITH Phone 23F6161 CltrJ IRIS THEATRE POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 19, 20 and 21 Sunday, Monday, M -G -M piuiiti h AKTHUR FIEID Pfiductiti Tuesday and Wednesday JANUARY 22, 23,24 and 25 V Cartoon Carnival Every Sunday MATINEE ONLY * SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 Clearance Sai We are overstocked with good USED APPLIANCES — out they go at Rod Bottom Prices. All are in good open- ting condition. 10V2 ft. Philco Refrigerator j| Automatic Defrost with True Freezer. Westinghouse Clothes Dryer Electric. Westinghouse Auto. Washer Coronado Elec. Dryei Like New. Kenmore Wringer Washer Deluxe — A-l.- General Electric Range 40 inch. General Electric Refrigerator 9 foot. Coldspot 6 ft. Refrigerator Speed Queen Wringer Washer CHOICE OF — Wringer Washers ... Portable Philco TV Set New Picture Tube. Whirlpool Automatic Washer^ Electric Water Heater . 80 Gallon. Electric Water Heater 50 Gallon. 36 in. Gas Range, installed^ 30 in. Electric Range . 20 ft. Chest Freezer . ."778 Used only 1 Year. KITTLESON - PETERS' HARDWARE "QUALITY BACKED BY SERVK >j

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