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The lightly scooped sheath 6°^^ : or takes cover 'neath the print trimmed cardl ^ n - UenJ they make non-stop Cushion in a linen-look WMI» ^ of rayon, Dacron* polyester, silk.-Lilac navy o 12 to 20; 1254 to 2M. 1 0 , only the LOOK is cxpensin- 10.* ereen Style Shop Where Style and'Budget Meet e 86 4-3614 P0StV '" e ' co7/ieto Community Presbyterian Church Walter T. Martin, Pastor 10:00 a. m. — Morning worship service. 11:00 a. m.—Sunday School. 7:15 p. m.—Church Night. The Naomi Circle will have charge of the repast. A motion picture en titled, "Africa" will be shown. The Youth Choir will sing. The Circles ot the Women's^ Association are meeting this week with the exception of the Esther Circle which will meet Tuesday, February 7, with Mrs. Daniel Davis and Mrs. Clara Miller as hostesses. Cherub. Carol and Youth choirs will meet Thursday after school. Thursday. 8:00 p. m. — Chancel choir. Saturday, 7:30 p. m.—Bible reading. St. Paul's Lutheran Church C. E. Witt, Pastor Justin Silvius, Assistant Pastor Wednesday, February 1, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 HEART DISEASE: AMERICA'S NO. 1 ENEMY DIStASES OF HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS CANCER 903,270 259,090 Leading Causes of Death United States Dfsaasfts of the Heart and Blood Votiols eauio moro than Vz °f all doathi in the Uniltd StotM. DEATHS BELOW AGE 6f DEATHS OVER AGE 65 SOURCE, LATEST AVAILABLE FIGURES fj9S9] FROM NATIONAL OFFICE OF VITAL STATISTICS Wednesday, 8:00 — Bible Study Hour. 3:45 — Cherub and Children's Choir?. Thursday, 8:00—Senior Choir rehearsal. Saturday. 9:00 a. m.—Youth Choir rehearsal. 9:00—Junior and senior confirmation classes. Sunday, 8:00 and 10:30 —Worship services. 9:15—Sunday Church School. Monday—Sunday Church teachers meeting. .... NO 1 DEFENSE DISEASES OF THE HEART AND BLOOD VESSELS are the nation's No. 1 health enemy, being responsible for about 54 per cent of all deaths at all ages. The Heart Fund—supporting nationwide programs of research, education and community service—is your No. 1 defense against heart disease. Give generously when a Heart Fund volunteer calls at your home in observance of Heart Sunday, February 26. Postville U. B. Church Clifton W. Ellerbeck Morning worship at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. St. Bridget's Church Rev. F. J. Vallaster, Pastor Frankville News MRS. ROY KNEESKERN Correspondent Community Church Robert Reynolds, Pastor PUBLIC SALE On the F. J. Peglow farm, 5Vfe miles N. of Monona, 1 mile SW. of Volney, and 14 miles SE. of Waukon, on FRIDAY, FEBRUARY 10th SALE TO BEGIN AT 12 O'CLOCK NOON Lunch Stand Not Responsible for Accidents. 60 — Head Holstein Cattle — 60 38 Milk Cows, 20 are milking with more fresh by sale date; 7 Heifers, 2 years old, bred; 8 Heifers, year old, open; 7 Heifer Calves, 5 months old. All Cattle Calf- hood Vaccinated. Health papers will be furnished. HAY, OATS, CORN, STRAW 60 FEEDER PIGS FARM MACHINERY, ETC. SOME HOUSEHOLD GOODS _^ Vern Haberichter - F. J. Peglow Dean and Eaton, Auct. Union State Bank, Clerk Week day Mass at 7:30 a. m. Sunday Masses — 8:00 and 10:00 a. m. Saturday—Mass at 8:30 a. m., followed by catechetical instruction at 9:00. Holy day Masses at 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. Confessions will be heard every Saturday from 3:00 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. St. Bridget's Circle will meet Wednesday. February 8, at 2:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Marie Leui with Mrs. Ray Looney as co-hostesses. Clermont Lutheran Parish John D. Kronlokken, Pastor Wednesday, 7:00 p. m. — Father- Sons Banquet at East church. Pastor Harlan Blockhus of Des Moines, will be our speaker. Please purchase tickets in advance from officers and business places in Clermont. S1.25 each. Come and bring a son. Thursday. 2:00 East ALCW. Rev. Edmund Beaver will speak. (Bring Bibles). Hostesses are Mrs. Norris Heierson. Mrs. Tilpher Bilden. Mrs. Justin Baker. Mrs. Amanda Ruro- den. Mrs. Millard Gisleson: program: Mrs. Alvin Erickson. Mrs. Clifford Olson. 7:30 p. in.—East Junior Choir rehearsal. 7 :3 (1 ii. m.—Parish Youth rehearsal at East Church, leave from West Church at 7:25 to provide rides for those ; '.hem. j Friday. 7:30 p. m.- j amen Rational meeting. All voting I members ur^ed to be present. ! Saturday — Confirmation jun regular schedule, j 8:1X1 p. m —Youth of East i West invited to movie and social : hour at Baptist Church in Elgin. I Sunday. February 5. Sexagesima. ! t):3U a. m.—West Morning Service, followed by Sunday School. ] 11:00 a. in—East Morning Servlicc: 10:00. Sunday School. 7.30 p. in. -East Luther League. | Advance Notices: Monday, February 6-—Pastoral conference. | Wednesday. February 8—Luther i college choir homecoming concert at C. K. Preus Gymnasium in Decorah. Choir Cars who need -East Clermont classes and HURT Harold Schmitt of Dunlap re- centlv suffered a dislocated back when a semi-trailer truck backed into him and pinned him between the door of a car and the truck. 10:00 a. m.-—Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—Worship. Willing Workers will meet at the church Thursday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Byron Schultz and Mrs. Otto Hughes will be hostesses. Mrs. Leo Birdsell will give the devotions. The program topic is: "Heritage—Horizon in Home Missions." Other Frankville News. Jamie Walton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Walton fell from a chair at his home last Tuesday and injured his forehead so several stitches were required to close the wound. He is getting along satisfactorily. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hammel visited their son Leo and family near Nordness last Tuesday. Leo came home from the hospital two weeks ago, and is recovering slowly from surgery required when he was injured in a corn picker accident some time ago. Mrs. Evelyn Thomas and Linda were Sunday dinner guests at the Walter Pilgrim home. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby left January 25, on their annual winter vacation trip. Their destination this year is Arizona, where they will visit interesting places. Their first stop was Frederickburg where they were overnight guests of relatives. Following a 'brief visit in Manning they started for Wichita, Kansas to spend the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ferguson, the former Carolee Butler. They will also visit in Texas and will be away ! about two months. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Walton and family went to Schullsberg, Wisconsin Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Walton. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russett and girls were Sunday dinner guests at the Roy Kneeskern home. Dean Kneeskern of Preston, Minnesota, visited his parents on Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern and Lorie Norman were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Feickert and family have moved to the Harold Koth farm near Frankville and Mr. and Mrs. Rod Freilinger moved to a farm near Volney on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohloff and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. i Charles Ohloff in Postville. I Leo Birdsell went to La Crosse Friday to attend a Dairyland Power Cooperative meeting . Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to spend the day with their son, Donald and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cook and family were visitors at the Rueben Hoth home near Luana Sunday afternoon, to see the new baby son at the Hoth home. James L. Drew of Waukesha, Wisconsin passed away in Waukesha, Monday night, January 30, at about 10:00 oclock. Funeral services and burial will be in Waukesha. He TS survived by his wife, the former Ruth Bollman of Frankville, and a son James of Milwaukee. Mr Drew was a former employee of the Gam ble Stores in Decorah and was also an employee of the Waukesha Gamble Stores, until his health failed about a year ago. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fadness and Richard were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Bergen and family in Decorah. Schoonmaker Rites. Leona Schoonmaker, daughter of Nels and Mary Schoonmaker was bom February 6, 1899 near Frankville. She was married to Otto Snyder, and five children were born to them, Marilyn, Gordon, Virginia, Joyce and Verna. Because of ill health, she was taken to the Linn County Home, where she resided for several years and where she passed away on January 22, 1961. Preceding her in death were her husband, parents, and several sisters and brothers. Surviving are her five children, one sister, Mrs. Elma Meeker of Frankville, and one brother, Ezra Schoonmaker of Beloit, Wisconsin and many nieces and nephews. Graveside services were held at the Frankville cemetery, on January 24, with the Rev. Walter Martin, officiating. HOLSTEIN PRODUCTION RECORDS ARE GIVEN Brattleboro, Vermont —The Hoist e i n-F r i c s i a n Association of America has announced the completion of outstanding official production records by the following registered Holstein cows in this area. Doll Ormsby Tritomia 4237974 owned by Deering Brothers, Clermont, produced 13,512 pounds milk and 405 pounds butterfat in 334 days on twice daily milking as a three-year-old. Dale Delight Ideal Marion 45632621 owned by K. J. Kerr & Sons, Postville, produced 12,490 pounds of milk and 540 pounds of butterfat in 315 days on twice daily milking as a three-year-old. Lar Bob Carnation Pamela 4216787 produced 16.911 pounds of milk and 685 pounds of butterfat in 324 days on twice daily milking as a three-year-old. Karen Gerart Ormsby 3844185: 19,359 pounds of milk and 789 pounds of butterfat in 365 days on twice daily milking as a five-year-old. Both are owned by Lawrence and R. Schultz, Luana. Leaway Queen 4302566 owned by Lyle E. Zieman, Luana, produced 13,380 pounds of milk and 510 pounds of butterfat in 304 days on twice daily milking as a two-year- old. Iowa State University working with the national Holstein organization, supervised the weighing and testing of production as a part of official herd testing programs. These programs provide continuing lactation and lifetime production records on every cow in participating registered Holstein herds. FIFTY A 50 year Masonic award was made recently to Merritt PefTers of Pleasantville. Announcing I have purchased the Insurance business of Mrs. Ethel Steele, the effective date of the change was January 1, 1961. I will continue to give all her policy holders the excellent service that they have received in the past. May I continue to serve you. Lloyd G. Schroeder Insurance Thank You I have sold my insurance business to Lloyd Schroeder effective January 1, 1961. I wish to express my appreciation to the policy holders for their patronage and favors and commend the new firm to continue these services. Thank you much. Mrs. Ethel Steele • NOTICE # THE POSTVILLE FARMERS COOPERATIVE SOCIETY WILL HOLD ITS Annual Meeting at Memorial Hall — Postville, Iowa Tuesday, Feb. 14 DINNER at 11:30 — BUSINESS MEETING 1:00 P. M. SPEAKER — Mr. "Bud" Trafford, Public Relations and Advertising Manager, of the Farmers Elevator Service Co. (Felco), Fort Dodge, Iowa. HAM DINNER SERVING STARTS AT 11:30 A. M. REGISTER FOR DOOR PRIZES CASH DIVIDEND CHECKS WILL BE ISSUED FOR $15,058.28 Postville Farmers Coop. Society EWALD BRANDT, Secretary. Creamery Meeting THE ANNUAL MEETING of the STOCKHOLDERS OF THE FARMERS COOPERATIVE CREAMERY COMPANY will be held in MEMORIAL HALL, POSTVILLE on Monday, Feb. 13,1961 Beginning at 1:00 O'clock p. m. Sharp for the election of Officers and the transaction of sueh other business as may regularly and legally come before the meeting. MILK and LUNCH WILL BE SERVED following the meeting. Kenneth J. Schultz, President.
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