Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 25, 1961 · Page 4
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Postville Herald POSTVILLE. IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY Official Newspaper for Allamakee County and Town of Postville taifford W. DeGarmo and Fred L. Martin Publishers Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Lnwson were visitors Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgerson moved last week Tuesday into the new home they recently built in Clermont. Sintered at the Fostoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $8.00 Per Year — $5.50 for 2 Years in Allamakee. Clayton, Fnyette and Winneshiek Counties $8.60 Per Year — SG.50 for 2 Years Oatside of Four County area. NATIONAL EDITORIAL <j>N Wednesday, January 25, 1961 Ed Kozelka was in Chicago the first part of this week attending a seed dealers meeting. Mrs. Clayton Dickens and Harvey of Marquette visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara and family. Weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier and girls were Mr. and Mrs. F. C. Eckstein of Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Mason have rented the apartment in the Sarah Gordanier home and will move in about February'1. Martin Polhemus of Wayne, Nebraska visited last week in the home of. Mr. and Mrs, Boyd B. Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Amos Ames were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huckstadt and family near Farmersburg Sunday. Mrs. Roger Ayers left Tuesday for her home in Montezuma after spending a week in the home of her mother, Mrs. K. J. Kerr. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and Barbara Schultz were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Larry Heed in Iowa Falls. T)r. Charles Titus returned recently from visiting five weeks with relatives in Texas and Cali lornia. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meyerhoff and Sheryl of Waterloo spent sev eral days last week in the home' of Mrs. Meyerhoff's mother, Mrs. K. J Kerr. Ix>rene Dahms of Madison, Wisconsin and Clarence Dahms of Mason City were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Christofferson and attended funeral .services Saturday afternoon in Monona for Harvey Dahms. To n r . CLEANER is your CLOTHES BEST FRIEND —TRY — GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4 -3813 Postville, la. Mrs. Kate Benson of State Center and Mrs. Susie Benson of Marshalltown returned to their homes after spending ten days in.the Mrs. K. J. Kerr home. Robert and Twila Heckman and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Schultz, Jeffery and Julie at Stevens Point, Wisconsin. Dinner guests Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Falb were Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Jacobson and Mr. and Mrs. James D. Bristol of Waukon, and Mr. and Mrs. C. W. DeGarmo. The Men's Chapter of the Community Presbyterian Church will meet Monday. January 30, at 8:00 o'clock in the church basement. Hall Roberts will report on the annual meeting at Cleveland. Melvin Pieper and Donald Anderson will serve refreshments. Stevan Owen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owen, suffered a broken left leg last Wednesday evening when he fell while roller skating. Mr. and Mrs. Eldean Drcwes and family were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Franklin and family at Williamsburg. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vickery and family of Waterloo were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vickery. The Rev. Walter T. Martin and Herman Christofferson attended the Northeast Iowa Presbytery meeting at Waukon on Monday. Mr. and Mis. Art McCauley and family of Zumbro Falls, Minnesota were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Merlyn O'Tool and family. Ross Thornton, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton and Mrs. John Siverson of Waukon, returned last Thursday from a 4600 mile trip to Florida and through the east. Bill Ewing, 45, of Elgin passed away at Postville Hospital today. Funeral arrangements .are pending at Elgin. Survivors include his mother, Mrs. Ben Davis of Postville. Society RAINBOW GIRLS INSTALL OFFICERS 26 Miles Of Terraces Built Mrs. K. J. Kerr, Mrs. Roger Ayers and Mrs. Roy Evans drove to Ro Chester, Minnesota Monday where Mrs. Evans took a plane to return to her home in Sherman Oaks. California after having been called here by the death of her father, K. J. Kerr. Postville Volunteer Firemen were called to the home of Harvey Jarms last Thursday evening' to help extinguish a fire in the bathroom. A lighted cigarette had fallen on the rug causing the blaze. The . rug was burned, the floor charred and there was smoke throughout the house. Relatives from out of town who attended funeral services for K. J. Kerr last Saturday were: Mrs. Kate Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Benson and James Benson, State Center; Mrs. Susie, Benson and Mrs. William Baltisberger, Marshalltown: Mr. and Mrs. Martin Replo- gel, Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Eli Te- manson. Grand Meadow, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Ray "Woldum, Decorah; Mrs. Ed Wirkler, Monona and Harold Turner of Fort Collins, Colorado. Scfoioeden* MARKET WE DO NOT THINK SMILES HURT A FACE VOU'LL ALWAVff FIND THEM IN THIS ECO UPON! Cut Out This Coupon And Save CALIFORNIA FROZEN Strawberries Large Package . . , •COUPON; • QUALITY MEATS . . . HORMEL All Meat FRANKS pkg. 45c OSCAR MAYER — SLICED BEEF pkg. 29c CUT UP — READY TO COOK LUDEFISK . 2^ lb. pkg. $1.09 WHITE HULLESS POPCORN 3 lb. bag 39c HEINZ TOMATO KETCHUP 2 btls. for 45c HILLS BROS. — Regular or Drip Coffee . . . 2 £ •!.» EAT-WELL — Cream or Whole Kernel GOlDEN Corn 6^*1.°° SWEET orn ROSE-DALE Sliced Peaches 3 89c RUSSETT or RED — POTATOES 25 a 89c A Dietary Food for Weight Control Vanilla or Chocolate Flavored CARNA-CAL 900 quart 89c DR. WEST TOOTHBRUSH AND NEW COMPACT RECORD One Side Regular — other side STEREO T 6 Value only 88c vfi ^^fcLGROCERY TELEPHONE 86 4-3814 . . . POSTVILLE, IOWA Clayton Soil Conservation District cooperators built more than .26 miles of terraces in 1960. Way land Frederick, chairman of the Clayton Soil Conservation District Commissioners announced today. "Terraces continue to be one of the most popular soil and water conservation practices in the Clayton district" Mr. Frederick said. The new type terrace now being built has a wide shallow channel and a low broad ridge so as to accommodate the larger equipment on the farms today. Another widely used soil and water conservation practice in the Clayton district is the multiple purpose farm pond. Nineteen ponds were used as a source of water supply for livestock and to help control gully erosion. Generally they are stocked with fish to provide recreation for the owner's family and friends. Sixty-five ponds were stocked with large mouth bass, bluegills and channel catfish in the district the past year. When the area around the pond is planted to trees and shrubs it becomes valuable as wildlife habitat. A total of fifty-four acres including the pond areas were developed for wildlife use by planting trees and shrubs for feed and cover. Contour strip cropping is widely used in the Clayton district to conserve soil and water. In 1960. technicians of the Soil Conservation Service who are assisting the Clayton Soil Conservation District cooperators to apply conservation practices on their land, helped farmers to establish 2,322 acres of contour strip cropping. Another 1,924 acres were contour tilled in the year just past. Other soil and water conservation measures applied in the Clayton district in 1960 were 38 miles of tile drains: 50 acres of grass waterways shaped, mulched and seeded: 95 acres planted to trees: six concrete drop spillway dams and four pipe drop inlet gully control structures. It's unfortunate that the symp- tons of fatigue and of laziness are practically identical. Business Personals FREE — Your diamond rings checked and cleaned free of charge January 26 through February 18 SUCKOW JEWELRY, Postville Iowa. 13c Mary Lou Frese, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frese. was installed as Worthv Advisor of the Postville Assembly on January 22. Miss Frese was escorted to the East by her father through an aisle of girls holding rainbows. Joel Scluitte presented her with a bouquet of red carnations, while Kaye Cook sang You'll Never Walk Alone. Other officers installed wore: Worthy Associate Advisor, Becky La Voile; Charity. Mnrgo Cassell; Hope. Gretchen Meyer: Faith, Ginger Srtirndpr; recorder, Ann Christofferson: treasurer, Dody Dean; Chaplain. Sue Schroeder; drill leader, Pam Albright; Love. Renee Knight: religion, Kathy Schrader; Immortality. Janet Storla; Fidelity, Sandra Harville: patriotism, Mary Kiesau; service. Marv Ball; outer observer, Gail Kozelka; and choir director, Jan Schroeder. Mrs. Ralph La Velio was installed as Mother Advisor. Miss Frese chose for her theme "For God so Loved the World": and the colors red and white symbolizing love. Kaye Cook outgoing Worthy Advisor crowned her at the altar with the Rainbow Crown. Miss Frese introduced her parents, grandmother, brother, sister-in-law and Mr. and Mrs. Dunvood Schutta and Joel. Linda La Velle, Past Grand Outer Observer was presented behind the bow. Ralph La Velle was presented as Rainbow Dad. Advisory Board installed was: Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Christofferson. Mrs. Ralph La Velle and Mrs. Florence Albright. Past Worthy Advisors introduced were: Linda La Velle, Dorothy Meyer, Valerie Luhman, Pam Erier, Kaye Cook and Jan Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian, Worthy Matron and Patron were introduced. ^The Assembly was closed with Kaye Cook singing "The Lord's Prayer".. The benediction was given by the Rev. Walter T. Martin. Ann Christofferson. recorder. 0. E. S. TO HOLD INSTRUCTION SCHOOLS Members of Postville Chapter, Order of the Eastern Star, arc invited to the following Schdols of Instruction: To Bluff City Chapter, McGregor, on Thursday, February 2, where the Worthy Grand Matron of Iowa, Mrs. Eva Lu Murrison, will be guest for the day; to Mnj,-tha Washington Chapter, Lansing on Saturday, February 11; to Strawberry Point Chapter on Monday, February 13; to West Union Chapter on Tuesday, February 14; and to Elgin Chapter on February 18. All Schools of Instruction start at 1:00 p. m. in their respective Ma sonic Temples and the Inspection meetings start at 8:00 p. m. Local members are invited to the banquet at the Methodist Church, in McGregor in honor of the Worthy Grand Matron and are asked to have their reservations for the same in by January 27. West Union Chapter is also having a 6:30 p. m. banquet to which local mem bers are invited; reservations to be in by February 9. Members are asked to contact Postville Chapter secretary if they desire reservn tions for either banquet; also if they plan to attend the Inspection meeting at Lansing. PARTY HONORS MRS. LAMPMAN Friends and relatives surprised Mrs. Lafe Lampman at her home Saturday afternoon, January 14, with a welcome partv. A lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. The following ladies were present: Mrs. Tillie Baltz, Mrs. Mary Krogman, Mrs. Lyrlia Sebastian. Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Elmer Luebka. Mrs. John Burrow, Mrs. Peter Meland, Mrs. Elizabeth Duwe, Viola and Helen Duwe. Mrs. Roy Duwe, Mrs. Bernice Meyer and Mrs. Clara Reincke. Sharing in the gift but unable to be present were Mrs. Arno Backhaus. Mrs. Merle Luebka. Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder and Mrs. John Martens. Sr. Have anything to sell? The Herald Want Ad section will do it I RIS T HEATRE POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 26, 27 and 28 WALTDISNEVS We Cat T ECHNICOLOR , * * " EW "U'-Ure ADVENTURE FEATURE I f * Saturday, Jan. 28 Midnight MAN AGAINST DEMON! DANA ANDREWS CURSE Of TUB DEMON Starts 11:00 p. m. All Seats 50c Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday JANUARY 29, 30, 31 and FEBRUARY 1 THE MARINES' BATTLE CRY OF THE SOUTH PACIFIC! F Tell to Mehiift SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 CAMP FIRE GROUP PLANS MOTHERS PARTY The Wakankia Camp. Fire Girls met January 23 in Memorial Hall. Mary Mohs, president, called the meeting to order. Sharyl Groth served treats. Everyone cut pictures from old greeting cards for use in orphans homes. These children will use the pictures to make scrap books. February 11 has been set for the mother's party which will be held in the all purpose room of the Cora B. Darling school. All mothers of Wakankia girls are invited. Georgia Kiesau, scribe. MONDAY CLUB J IS ON EDUCATION Postville Monday 01*1 homo of Mrs. ft. c. {J January 23 with 25 ^3 one guest present. | Education was the (• J program discussion. M Thoreson presented -jl Goals"; and Mrs. JoWI explained what is bibi "Senior Cit teens" in Jl of the United States tl housing centers espccl*! for their newis. Mrs.jJ gave data on cancer prrtl the work that is t combat the disease. | The next regular mt4 club will be held on? j at the home of ifej Schutte. Two New Arrive At Hospital Hei«| Two new arrivals the community duriijl week at Tostvillc Rota lowing is a list of the til Girl, Mv. and Mts.S «3 son, Monona. Jan. SUM Boy, Mr. and Mrs. {J Postville, Jan. 22, 8 lbs,! Medical Patlukl Steve Owen, PostvM Ed Fuelling, Postvills ,J Albert Olson, Clem This is a time o! gr«J ization in farming, sajiB nomist Earl O. Heady tj| University. BUSY BEES CLUB MEETS AT MATTS The regular meeting of the Bloomfield Busy Bees was held January 21 3t the home of Kathleen and Judy Matt. Ruth Kugel, president, opened the meeting with the Pledge to the American Flag. Roll call, "My Fav orite Breakfast Cereal" was answered by 19 members. Candy Heck joined the club at their last meeting. A demonstration on "Omelets" was given by Nancy Livingood; on "Steam Eyas", by Kathleen Matt and "Est; a' la Goldenrod" by Ruth Kugel. A talk was given on "Fruit Juice" by Cindy Kocnig. Members decided to donate $1.00 to the New March of Dimes this year. Recreation was furnished bv Judy and Kathleen Matt. The next meeting will be held on February 18 at the home of Donna Wahls. Sally Koenig, reporter. LINEN SHOWER HONORS MISS POLSOM A linen shower in honor of Miss Patsy Folsom was held Sunday afternoon. January 22 at the home of Mrs. Roger Harris with Olive Grinder as co-hostess. The afternoon was spent playing Court Whist. A lunch was served by the hostess after the bride-to-be opened her gifts. Guests were: Mrs. Emma Hein, Mrs. Ralph Green, Mrs. John Green, Mrs. Ed Hagemeicr, Jennifer Harris, Mrs. Arnold Schutte. Mrs. Willard Schutte, Mrs. Tom Weatherbee. Mrs. Leo Berns. Mrs. Ralph Bachiell, Mrs. Bertha Folsom, Mrs. Eugene Suddendorf, Mrs. Donald Folsom. Mrs. Milo Folsom and- th'e honored guest. Those sending gifts | but unable to attend were Mrs. Wili liam Folsom and daughter of Du- ibuque, Mrs. Lloyd Harris of Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Bertie Waters and! Mrs. Burnell Sander. I WANTA! WANTED—Lady to BJ ernoons only. InquirtiJ Office, Postville. At the Eki PIGDEX'l Injectable tel lor fti PIG ANEMIA 1 FOR BABY ff ANEMIA POSTVILLE. if" lfk^hl* glance • • • you will less steel exterior of W "he ele aTnTn '!? 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