Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 25, 1961 · Page 2
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 25, 1961
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 85, 1961 Castalsa News MKS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer. for, Shelby and Kelly Mundt, Mary Stee and Janice Anderson. Sunday, 9:30—Sunday School. 10:30 — Worship Service. The Rev. Virgil Hougen, Supt. of Aase Hnugen Home will conduct services. the John. Kluss home from Fridaj until Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drallmeier of Battle Creek, Michigan were Friday and Saturday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. Thursday. 8:00 p. m. — Annual meeting of Lutheran Credit Union, at Washington Prairie Lutheran church Parish hall. 8:00 p. m. — Senior Choir rehearsal. Saturday—No Confirmation classes and no Junior choir. January 27-29 —r Lutheran Bible Camp at Luther Hoven. Planning, to attend from here are: Rev. Pfef- j E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch January 26—M. C. A., will meet at the home of Mrs. Harold Rawson. Sunday. 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School. 30:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Other Castalia News. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and John of Clear Lake and Miss Nancy Klatt of Des Moines were guests in Miiiii|.iiiiiiiiiii;ii.ii 1 ii , i , ! ,,, 1 | i i I iii ! :ii!i!,i ; . 1 i ! i 1 ,i. : iiii !1 i 1 , l Hiiii 1 , t ,ii ! ,,i,,,, l ,,i 1 ii „„,„i ,i niiiiniitiiiiiiniufiiniii Two-in-one ensemble for a chic spring! The smart jacket is lined with same print as dress top. This stunner is styled of a rayon-silk-dacron blend that can be washed. Navy ' 12'/2 to 22'/* 13.98 Sale Continues Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder and Jackie weiit to Iowa City today. Jackie was to go to the hospital for a check-up. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster of Waukon and Louis Gilster. who is in the navy and was stationed at San Diego, California is home on a 10-day furlough, visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster and girls. When Louis returns he will be stationed at Los Angeles. Mrs. Robert Kneeskem spent Monday night and Tuesday with her mother, Mrs. Will Young in Oelwein. Mr. and Mis. Thomas Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe, Sr.. visited January 15. with Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nesvick and Kenneth near Ridseway. Mrs. Julius Dettman and Dennis of Luana, Mrs. RalDh Schultz of Ossian. Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and Mrs. Merle Stee visited last Monday afternoon in the Mrs. Elsie Schultz home. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz and family of Monona. Charles Schultz of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with his mother. Jim Schultz and Dean Donaldson, students from Ames spent the weekend in the Roy Schultz home. Paul Pfeffer of La Crosse was a weekend visitor at his home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Drallmeier of Battle Creek, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt .and John of Clear Lake. Nancy Klatt of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss attended the funeral of their brother-in-law and uncle, Harvey Dahms in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Monona last Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Sampson and Charles Kohls of Clermont visited Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Art Schroeder. Mrs. Lena Perry of Postville and Mrs. Clara Koenig visited in the Will Schave home Tuesday afternoon. The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Pfeffer visited the latter's mother, Mrs. Augusta Fliehler at Strawberry Point. Mrs. Fliehler has been a resident of that community for 88 years. She will celebrate her 89th birthday, February 2. ' Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Debbie, Dianne and Kristi Monroe were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. executive secretary of charities of the A. L. C. Mrs. Ernest Groth was hostess to the Thursday club last Thursday afternoon. • Those attending were: Mrs. Wayne Timmermnn, Mrs. Loren Koenig and Mike, Mrs. Cloy Meyer and Corrine, Mrs. Leon Everman, Byron and Lu Ann, Mrs. Lloyd Monroe and Kristi. Mrs. Junior Monroe, Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder and Mrs. Milton Koenig and Laurice. Guests were Mrs. Ray Friederich and Le Ann of Postville and Mi's. Ronnie Schroeder, Denise and Douglas of Monona. Mrs. Olivia Schweinefus of West Union and Mrs. Kermit Anfinson of Ossian accompanied Mrs. Ray Schara to Austin, Minnesota Tuesday where they visited in the Charles Schara home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and Sandra visited Sunday afternoon with Mrs. Olivia Schweinefus and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grenncman and Dianne in West Union. Mrs. Miles Ames called on Mr and Mrs. Elwood Blue Friday evening. Guests Sunday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Carl Melver and Jimmy of Cresco. j Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Birdsell at- 1 tended a birthday party Friday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Conley Linderbaum in Ossian in honor of Dianne Linderbaum and Virgil Birdsells birthday's. Other relatives joined them. Luana News MKS. ARTHUR BKRO Correspondent St. John's Lutheran Church L. W. Uetither. Tastor HANSON NAMED TO CLAYTON COMMISSION Sunday. January 2!). !>:30 a. m. Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Thursday. January 26, 7:15 p. m.— Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m. — Senior choir rehearsal. Sunday. January 29. from 2:00 <o 4:00 p. m. -- Open house in the parlors of the church in commemoration of the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Pains. Relatives and friends are invited. Bernard H. Hanson, Elgin, who farms 313 acres in Marion township has been appointed assistant commissioner of the Clayton Soil Conservation District. He replaces George Keehner who was elected commissioner to succeed Norman H. Amundson of Postville. Mr. Hanson has been a cooperator with the Clayton district since 1941. His farm is terraced and contour strip cropped. In i960 he was selected ris the outstanding conservation farmer in the Clayton Soil Conservation Dis- tvict and w:is awart(j,j cation ;\l the Goote Rubber Company's * Ranch vacation resort. District commissi lund Frederick, /..„ man; Oscar Putey and Geori'.e Kcehnct, sistant commissioner! Kruse. Elkport; F-nrmcrsburg Elgin. and B etB GO-CART Sammy Ken^T,,, od a severe j nills .', ™*j his Anger in while he was out> On Some Items Mr. and Mrs. Art Schroeder spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs Ed Schlee in Postville. Ruby's Fashion Shop Postville, Iowa m.-..........,.....,.,.,,,.,,,,.,,,,,.,,.,, ,„„, ,„ „„„„„„ „„„„„„„„„„„ ,„,„,„ Mr. and Mrs. Leon Everman entertained the following at a party Sunday night: Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson. Mr, and'Mrs. Robert Brandt and Stanley drove to Minneapolis to visit relatives. Mrs. Walter Brandt returned home with them. She has been visiting there two weeks. The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Pfeffer and Eugene Szabo attended the annual meeting of the Aase Haugen Homes. Inc.. Sunday at the Good Shepherd Lutheran church in Decorah. The main speaker for the event was the Rev. John Mason, Tuesday Club. The Tuesday club met January 10 at the home of Mrs. Thomas Osmundson. Roll call was to display a wedding photo or another one taken around that time. Eighteen members were present. A silent (.auction will be held at the February meeting. It was decided to send representatives from the club to receive lessons put on by the farm bureau. Mrs. Art Svendsen and -Mrs. Milton Helgerson will attend the first one, "New Look in Hard Floor Covering." Mrs. Earle Corlett and Lorene Schweinefus will attend the second lesson on. "Between Meal Snacks." A talk about food and nutrition was given by Carol Hawkins, a project being sponsored by the farm bureau. Mrs. Earle Corlett was in charge of the social hour after which lunch was served by the hostess. Members present were: Mrs. Carmie Peterson. Mrs. Kenneth Kipp, Mrs. Mike Finnegan, Mrs. Art Svendsen and David, Myrtle Stavnes, Mrs. Reuben Schutte and Marcia. Mrs. Clifford Osmundson. Mrs. Herb Schroeder, Mrs. Virgil Birdsell and Kathryn, Miss Lorene Schweinefus, Mrs. Eugene Schroeder, Mrs. Milton Helgerson, Mrs. Clem Bohr. Mrs. Virgil Martins. Mrs. Margaret Kipp. Mrs. Earle Corlett and Mrs. John Finnegan. FREE FREE VI YOUR DIAMOND RINGS CHECKED and CLEANED FREE of any charge, while you wait FROM THURSDAY, JANUARY 26 THRU SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 18. LET US SHOW YOU HOW OUR NEW MOUNTINGS GLORIFY YOUR DIAMONDS. We have an extra large selection of MOUNTINGS to choose from — Prices Start at $18.95 No Extra Charge for Diamond Setting m our Modern Mounting* Suckow Jewelry EXPERT REPAIRING — Watches — Clocks — Electric Shavers DIAL 86 4-3831 POSTVILLE, IOWA Three More Circles Meet. Fifteen ladies attended a circle meeting of the Zion Lutheran church women held at the church basement Wednesday afternoon with Mrs. Kenneth Schultz. hostess and Mrs. Walter Schultz. co-hostess. Mrs. Leslie Mundt led the lesson in Bible study. Mrs. Kenneth Schultz is chairman. During the business meeting the name Mary-Martha circle was chosen. Elected were: secretary-treasurer. Mrs. William Szabo; secretary of education, Mrs. George Wander: secretary of stewardship, Mrs. Norman Svendsen. Bh'thday song was sung for Mrs. Kenneth Schultz. Mrs. Leon Everman, Mrs. Earle Corlett. Mrs. Lavern Schweinefus and Mrs. Lyle Breitsprecher. Fifteen ladies attended a circle meeting of the Zion Lutheran church women, held at the home of Mrs. Elmer Hager. Mrs. Hager was hostess and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt, co-hostess. Mrs. Hager presented the Bible study. Mrs. Engelhardt is chairman. During the business meeting, the name Rachel circle was chosen. Elected were: secretary-treasurer, Verla Mundt; secretary of education, Mrs. Elwkn Stee; secretary of stewardship, Mrs. Gerald Hager. A birthday hymn was sung for Mrs. Eugene Szabo. Sixteen ladies attended a circle meeting of the Zion Lutheran church women held at the home of Mrs. Fritz Schnuelle Friday afternoon. Mrs. Schnuelle was hostess and Mrs. Eldred Nuehring was co- hostess. Mrs. Schnuelle is chairman. Mrs. Merle Stee presented Bible study. During the business meeting the name Ruth circle was chosen. Elected were: secretary- treasurer, Mrs. Donald Gilster; secretary of education, Mrs. Wayne Timmerman; secretary of stewart- ship, Mrs. Harry Bachelder. Birthday hyirin was sung or Mrs. Harry Bachelder. Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer. Pastor 'Some oeople carry their religion on their backs like a burden 'when they should carry in it their ! hearts like a song." Services the first and third Sundays of the month at 9:15 a. m. Other Luana Xcws. HM'3 Douglas Drahn has returned to his base in Hawaii after spending a 30-day leave with his parents; Mr. and Mrs. Elvic Drahn. Reid Schultz left for his home in Oxnard. California Friday and Dean Schultz of Idaho Falls. Idaho left Sunday. They were called here by the death of their father, Levi E. Schultz and they spent a week with their mother, Mrs. Levi Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Thics and Mrs. Ed Quamme of Waterloo and Hallet Baade of Monona were guests in the XV. F. Landt home on 1 Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff, Sr.. of Postville were Sundav evening callers in the home of Mrs. Anna Gentz. Mrs. Clark Nichols and Charlene of Waterville were Sunday guests in the Don McShanc home. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perkins and baby of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perkins, Sr.. and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. William Staley. Crystal and Kathleen and Mrs. Elsa Gossman were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the' Delmar Backhaus home in Guttenberg. 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