Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 1, 1961 · Page 2
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, February, 1, 1961 Guilder News MRS. CORNKUUS REIERSON Correspondent Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mature. Pastor Thursday. February 2. 7:30—Junior Choir rehearsal. Friday, February 3. 8:00 p. m.— Senior Choir practice. 7:30—Senior Confirmation. Saturday, February 4, 9:00 a. m.— Junior Confirmation. Sunday. February 5, 11:00 a. m.— Worship. 9:45—Church School. Other Gunder News. • Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Holm attended the funeral Saturday morning of Martin Minihan at Volga. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Loftsgard and Marion and Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson were Sunday dinner guests in the Kenneth Anderson home. In the afternoon they attended the open house at the new hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and family were Thursday evening visitors in the T. L. Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Henkes of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Walde Embretson were Sunday dinner gxiests in the home of Mary Olson and Selma Groth. Mr. and Mrs. John Butikofer, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Thompson and Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Olson and families were Sunday dinner guests in the Will Bergen home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Julia Loftsgard home. Ted Kjosa of Luther college spent from Friday until Monday in the Kenneth Kjosa home between semesters. The Rev. Mathre, Mrs. Kenneth Mork and Mrs. L. O. Reierson spent Thursday afternoon in the Ole Loftsgard home. Mrs. Selmer Holm attended n shower for lone Larson at the Mrs. Mabel Larson home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Adrian and family and Mrs. Ruth Adrian visited Wednesday evening in the Merrill Olson home. Mr. and Mrs, Jack Adrian and family. Mrs. Ruth Adrian and Mrs. Merrill Olson visited Sunday afternoon at the Bert Overhouse home in Dubuque and with John Learn there. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schutte of Castalia were Sunday supper guests in the Marion Olson home at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Olson were recent visitors in the Ray Reierson home at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olson and Jeffery of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the Henry Olson home. NOTICE OF ANNUAL MEETING OF MEMBERS I TO: THE MEMBERS OF THE | LUANA-MONONA COOPERATIVE | DAIRY of Luana and Monona, Iowa. jj You and each of you are hereby notified that the § Annual Meeting of the Members of the Cooperative j will be held on the 1 6th DAY OF FEBRUARY, 1961 | at 1:00 O'clock P. M. jj at the Monona City Hall, in the Town of Monona, Iowa, 1 for the election of Directors and the transaction of 1 such other business as may properly come before the 1 meeting. | FREE LUNCH 1 after the meeting adjournment. | ARTHUR W. SEELAND, President. 1 ELMER MOHS, Secretary-Treasurer Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church , Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor Senior Sunday Thursday, 8:00 p. m. choir. Sunday 9:30 a. m. School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Scout Sunday will be observed on February 5, with the Scouts dressed in uniforms. They will take part in the service by ushering, etc. 7:30 p. m.—Luther League. Topic, Shirley Blumhagen; serving, Cletus Wander and Wayne Corlett. Thursday, February 9, 2:00 p. m.— Rebecca Circle meets at Mrs. Harlan Stee's home with Mrs. Melbert Schopp, co-hostess. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Borch 30 Cars from which to choose. Partial List Below: 59 Chevrolet 6 Cyl. 4-dr. . $1695 PowerGlide. Blue 2-tone. 59 Chevrolet 6 Cyl. 4-dr. $1475 Standard drive. Coral and Ivory. 59 Ford 4-dr. Fairlane 500 $1795 Power throughout. 59 Oldsmobile 4-door $2395 Full Power. Low Mileage. 59 Ford 4-door Wagon $1795 Clean as new. 57 Ford 4-door Wagon $1295 Automatic drive and clean. • 57 Buick 2-door Hardtop $1095 Coral and Ivory. See the all purpose GREENBRIER Falb Motor Co. CHEVROLET — OLDSMOBILE — BUICK POSTVILLE, IOWA 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Other Castalia News. A surprise house warming was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burns Thursday night. Those in attendance were: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Szabo, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Szabo, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schnuelle, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Lantz, Rodney Anderson and Mrs. Lucy Wickham. A potluck supper was served.. Mrs. Harold Rawson was hostess to the M. C. A. club Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Florence Albright as co-hostess. Those present were: Mrs. Ruby Peckham of Postville, Mrs. Miles Ames, Mrs. Marie Meyer, Mrs. Ernest Burch, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Harold Harvey, Mrs. Alvin Blumhagen, Mrs. Florence Albright and Mrs. Arno Timmerman. Guests were Mrs. Le Roy Ihde. Mrs. Bill Buddenberg and son and Mrs. Karel Rawson and son. Mrs. Will Schmidt was hostess to the 500 club Saturday evening. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt, Mrs. Clifford Stee, Mrs. Robert Szabo, Mrs. Elmer Hager, Mrs. Elsie Schultz, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mrs. Mel Schopp and Mrs. Harlan Stee. Mrs. John Kluss won high; Mrs. Ray Schara won traveling and Mrs. Clara Koenig won low. Mrs. Lena Perry of Postville was hostess to the Embroidery club on Thursday afternoon. Those in attendance were: Mrs. Ralph Schultz of Ossian, Mrs. Clifford Stee, Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Ray Schara, Mrs. Fred Everman, Mrs. Clara Koenig, all of Castalia; Mrs. Damond Meyer and Mrs. Lafe Lampman of Postville. Mrs. Robert Kneeskern left on Friday for Beeville, Texas to visit with her brother, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Young and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earle Corlett went to Garnavillo Friday where they attended funeral services for Mr. Corlett's uncle, Wra, E. Kaiser. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee visi­ ted with Mrs. Amanda Nesvick at Ossian Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Ella Young of Oelwein was a Wednesday overnight guest in the Robert Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engelhardt of Postville and Mrs. Leo O'Hara, Mike and Lynn were January 23 guests in the Leon Everman home. They helped Mrs. Everman celebrate her birthday. Mrs. William Szabo and Mrs. Art Schroeder visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Clifford Osmundson in Postville. Mrs. Schroeder visited with Mrs. Damond Meyer in Postville Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilslcr and Louis ' visited Sunday afternoon with Earl Gilster who is a patient in the Lutheran hospital in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Sunday evening Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Welzel and Judy of Eldorado were guests in the Donald Gilster home. Those attending the Luther Haven Bible Camp last weekend were Shelby and Kelly Meyer of Ossian, Janice Anderson, Marv Stee and Rev. Walter Pfeffer of Zion Lutheran. This camp is 14 miles from La Crosse, and four miles north of Dakota, Minnesota. Rev. and Mrs. Virgil Hbugen of Decorah were dinner guests Sun day, with Mrs. Pfeffer, Kathryn and Ruth. Ralph Rathbun spent the weekend in South St. Paul, visiting relatives. Lois Everman, student of Allen Memorial Hospital, Waterloo, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engelhardt. Kathy and Barbara of Mabel, Minnesota were Sunday guests in the John Kluss home. Mrs. Florence Albright and Mrs. Roy Schultz attended a W. S. W. S. Branch mid-year meeting for district leaders and assistants January 25. The meeting was held at Fort Dodge at the E. U. B. church. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz and family of Monona; Mr. and Mrs Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Schultz and family were Sunday supper guests of Mrs. Elsie Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reck ward spent Sunday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara, Sandra and Sharon of Cedar Rapids spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara and family in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schave visited in the Will Schave home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ihde and sons of Monona, Mrs. Wagner, Joan and David of Farmersburg were Sunday afternoon guests. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee. Ellen Marie and Harlan, Jr., and Robert Szabo, Jr., visited Sunday afternoon and evening in the Roy Tatro home near Clermont. GREAT RIVER ROAD TO BE MARKED ON MAPS The official 10G1 lc*v«. hfcW map will cany a now s>mbol. SreC V r rrnt b fc-Road." a scenic roads following the and wheel marking the "Great Ri\» .. route on roads following the Mis- Sl Federa^gendes have made preliminary plans for an intcrnat.on ICE Pearl Miner, formerly of Indianola recently fractured both bones in his right leg when he fell on ice in Fresco, California. The accident occurred when an area of blacktop had been hosed down and the water had turned to glare ice due to a cold weather freak. Great River Road, a parkway through a scenic corridor along both sides of the entire length of the river, and north around the Lake of the Woods in Canada. No actual construction has been undertaken in Iowa, but the 1961 map. to be available in February, will indicate present roads included in the proposed route. The route utilizes various highways and roads to connect points of scenic and historical interest on or near the Mississippi in Iowa. The map will have markers on portions of the following roads: U. S. Highways 61. 67 and 52. Iowa Highways 99, 22, 340 and 182. and county roads in Allamakee. Clayton, Dubuque and Lee Counties. Plans for the parkway were drawn by the Bureau of Public Roads and the National Park Service under $500,000 in federal appropriation. The plans include roads in 10 states and two Canadian provinces. This provides for use of both existing highways and new construction with increasing restrictions on access and truck traffic. Scenic atmosphere would be protected by buying "scenic easements" which would restrict the use of adjoining lands. In Iowa the proposed route would connect several existing state parks and monuments. The plans also recommend creation of several new parks in addition to protecting' scenery by easements along the entire route. Charles H. Young of Muscatine is chief executive of the national coordinating body on the project, the Mississippi River Parkway Planning Commission. This association has been in existence since 1939, when the governors of the river states each appointed 10 members to the Commission. Other Iowans on committees of the Parkway Commission are Highway Commissioner William H. Ni cholas. Clear Lake: Highway Com mission Chief Engineer L. M. Clauson, Ames: and Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Dove, Dubuque. Scenic parkways were built with federal aid during the 1930's. Examples of such roads are the Natchez Trace and Blue Ridge Parkways. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. John H. Smith of Agency recently celebrated their 62nd wedding anniversary. They have spent most of that time in the Bladensburg community. TREE Elmer Gibson of Scranton recently received a broken leg when a tree which he was cutting down, fell on him, pinning his left leg. USED EQUIPMENT HIGH TEST AGRICULTURAL LIME ROCK FOR CONCRETE CHIP AND CRUSHED ROCK AVAILABLE NOW CHECK OUR PRICES—the most reasonable in the Postville Vicinity. Leave Orders With .... FRANK TEHEL, Postville Or Call Your Orders To ... . Dial 56 8-3515, 56 8-3532, 56 8-2456 Or Stop at the Quarry on Highway 51 R. J. Cooney Construction Co. WAUKON, IOWA 1—1955 Farmall F-400; Fast Hitch, T. A., Power Steering, Painted, Ready for the Field. 1—1940 Farmall "M"; Painted • Valves Ground. 1—IHC No. 8—314" Plow w/ P. C Slat Bottoms, on Rubber. 1—IHC No. 8—314" Plow; on Rubber. 1—Massey Harris 4-14 Hyd. Lift Plow. 3—Used Straight Disks—12' to 18'. 1—Used Hay Conditioner. 3—Used IHC 45 Balers. 1—Used AC-P.T. O. No. 60 Combine w/ Pick-up Attachment. 1—Used Oliver 7' P. T. O. Combine. 1—Used IHC No. 62 Combine; w/ Pick-up attachment. NOTICE ANNUAL MEETING OF Federal Land Bank Ass'n of Deco ALL MEMBERS AND THEIR WIVES"AJI CORDIALLY INVITED TO ATTEND TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 7J! 11:30 A. M. FIRST LUTHERAN CHURCH of DECOR ENTERTAINMENT — FAVORS — DOOR p|» GOOD POOD SPEECH BY H. E. McEVOY, Vice President of the Federal Land Bank of | We'll See You At The ANNUAL MEET Career Opporturj • To represent leading multiple line ance Co. in this area. • The man we seek must be between 25J 45 years of age and married. • Muse be successful in present occupati business. • Position offers above average inconftj also offers future advancement. • All replies held in strictest confidem • Contact IVAN LANGE, Agency Ma Elkader, Iowa, immediately to arran#| interview. Special Prices on Tractor Overhauls Ends February 28th Open Friday Evenings Postville Implement IH Sales and Service Boy Duwe and Bob Converse Phone 86 4-3214 Postville, Iowa Those Favorites From Channel 8 Jolly Jerry Gilbertson and His Orch. SATURDAY, FEBRUARY 4th COIN SHOWER DANCE -- Honoring MISS LINDA HANSEL OF ELKADER AND MR. DALE MOSER OF GUTTENBERG — MUSIC BY — Frank Barry and his Orchestra FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY NIGHT LEO AND HIS PIONEERS AT L COUPLES MARRIED IN FEB. SEND NAME AND ADDRESS TO LAKESIDE FOR FREE PASS SATURDAY, FEB. 11 . CA >A A 3 . 3 . 1 , f P.* . TAB IE RESERVATIONS ^ Our • . • Sincere Thanl To All Who Contributed To Success Of Our Open House i Dedication Ceremonies Of The) Community Memorial Hospital It was very gratifying to have 4,000 inteii and appreciative visitors inspect this niol facility in two days. We appreciate your iaj est, your favorable comments and your su] The crowd on Sunday afternoon ovenvhi us and we express our regrets that an venience of waiting was necessary. A special acknowledgement of thanks 1 following who worked so diligently andeoi iastically to make this open house a su«f| • The Planning Committees: Publicity^ Program, Cornerstone Ceremony, R«<r| Refreshments and Parking • The Hospital Ladies Auxiliary and all i donated and served refreshments • The Tour Guides and All Who Helped »| Control of Tours The Volunteer Firemen who handled p »j The Doctors and Members of HospiUlf The Receptionists The Men Who Explained the Boiler audi Mechanical Rooms J The Doormen and Registration Conffl#| All who prepared and participated in' Dedication Program and Cornerstone Ceremony All who helped with promotion and P*| All who donated the beautiful flowers The Postville Herald for the Special Hi Edition Blue Cross and Blue Shield for the WJ The Leslie Leas Foundation for mu» c ' chapel Brochures Thorson & Brom, architects and LMH Hospital Auxiliary for Building Flo* Diagrams The Service Clubs — Postville CortJ Club, Postville Kiwanis Club, and JJ and Professional Womens Club tor tw help and gifts All Others who helped to make this * outstanding success v Community Memorial Hospital

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