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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, February 8, 1961 Castalia News 3HKS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor Thursday. 2:00 p. m. — Rebecca Circle meets at Mrs. Harlan Stee's home. Mrs. Mel Sehopp is co- hostess. Thursday, 8:00 p. m. — Senior choir. Saturday. February 11, 8:45 to 11:45—Confirmation instruction. 11:15 to 11:45—Junior choir. Sunday. February 12, 9:30 a. in.—Sunday School. 10:30—Worship service. Monday. February 13. 8:00 p. in.—Church Council meets. Wednesday, February 15, 2:00 p. m.—Mary-Martha circle meets at the home of Mrs. Lavevn Schweine- fus. Co-hostess, Lorene Schweine- fus. Thursday, February 16, 8:00 p. m.—Rachel Circle will meet in the church basement. Hostesses, Mrs. Eugene Szabo and Mrs. Robert Szabo. Friday, February 17, 2:00 p. m.— Ruth Circle meets at the church parlors. Hostesses Mrs. Merle Stee and Mrs. Jim Hangartner. February 15, 8:00 p. m.—Ash Wednesday. Communion service -will mark the beginning of lent. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. Other Castalia News. A surprise farewell was given for Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Nuehring at their home Wednesday evening. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Blumhagen and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linderbaum and Janice, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mrs. Nanfred Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blumhagen, Mrs. Fritz Schnuelle and Clinton and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Marie and Harlan, Jr. A potluck supper was served. They presented them with a gift of money and each lady present gave 'Mrs. Nuehring their favorite recipe. The evening was spent playing 500. Paul Pfeffer of La Crosse spent the weekend in his home. Mrs. Either Schroeder went to Waterloo to spend a week with her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dull. Mrs. Arno Timmerman spent the weekend at Glen EUyn, Illinois where she attended the wedding of Len Lee White and Thomas Conlon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pankow and family of Calmar spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar. •Mrs. Ward Baehelder, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Baehelder, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz, Ralph Rathbun. Mrs. Florence Albright and Mr. ahd Mrs. Merlin Koenig. attended Hie funeral of Earl Birdsell at Waukoti Friday afternoon. Mr. Birdsell use to be a resident of Castalia. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Wedo and family of Waukon were Friday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Stee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schierholz and Carol of Luana, Lynn O'Hara and Barbara Szabo visited Sunday afternoon in the Gus Drebenstadt home. Dick Fettkether of Oelwein spent the weekend .with Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and Jim. Dick and Jim were friends in the Air force in Montana. Mrs. Henry Monroe visited Friday afternoon with Mrs. Melbert Schopp. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Monroe and girls were Sunday dinner guests in the Leon Everman home. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson were Sunday night guests. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Nuehring of Nora Springs were weekend guests of Mrs. Elsie Schultz. Mrs. Jessie Schroeder of Postville, Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer and Mrs. Art Schroeder were Monday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave. Alvin Nuehring of Nora Springs was a Saturday afternoon guest. Mr. and Mrs. Will Timmerman were Sunday guests of Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Mr, and Mrs. Leo Boese and family in- Postvllle. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Roger were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs, Robert Brandt and boys of Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and Jim were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Mrs. Elsie Schultz were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Schultz, Steven and Stanley. Will Schave visited Saturday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Henkes and family in Monona to make the acquaintance of his new great granddaughter, Corrine. She has three other sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Robdrt Brandt and family of Ossian visited Thursday evening in the Harlan Stee home. Gunder News MRS. CORNEIJUS REIERSON Correspondent Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mature, Pastor evening Olson find Wednesday, February 8, 8:00 p. m. — Luther College Homecoming Choir Concert, Decorah. Thursday, February 9, 8:00 p. m.—, Closing business meeting of Mis-i WI1STER SPECIALS On Display - 64 x 12 Marshfield $7,495.00 56 x 12 Front Bedroom 55 x 12 Front Kitchen Seventeen Used 8 Wides - All Sizes Priced Low for Quick Sale HOUSES — 24 x 44 and 20 x 45 FHA Financing Approved sion Society. Baby shower for Mrs. Mathre. 7:30 p. m.—Junior Choir practice. Saturday, February 11, 9:00 a. m.—Senior confirmation class. Sunday, February 12, 11:00 a. m.^Worship. 10:35 a. m. — Sunday Church School. Monday, February 13. 8:00 p. m. — Marion Brotherhood. Pastor Edmond Beaver, speaking. Wednesday, February 15, Ash Wednesday—Lent begins. Midweek lenten services, 7:30. Filmstrip. "Last Journey to (Jerusalem." Sermon—"Our Father". Saturday, February 18 — Closing Business meeting of Dorcas Society. Thursday, February 23—Inspirational and Organizational meeting for New Auxiliary. gard and Marion visited Adolph] Vick in the Decorah hospital Sunday afternoon. | Mr. and Mrs. Myron Houg nnd family were Thursday ! -~ visitors in the Mary Solum Groth home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry McMillan and Mark were Thursday evening visitors in the Joseph Reierson home. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith and family nf Fostvillc and Orlando Loftsgard, Kayo, Kendra and Nor WE TRADE ANYTHING — BANK FINANCING New Furniture Store on our Lot! : Stark's Mobile Homes \ PRAIRIE DU CHIEN, WIS. Open 7 Days — 7 Nites Members of the chapter are busy preparing for speech contests to be held at Monona on February 25. Rex Carlson is competing in the creed speaking contest. Lyle T3acheldei\ Gary Larson, Calvin Foels, John Bengfort and Lowell Carlson make up the parliamentary procedure team. Larry Snitker is entered in the extemporaneous speaking contest, J. D. Thoreson in the public speaking contest and Dale Green, Mark Zieman, and Wayne Corlett in the chapter program of work. Winners of the contest will advance to the district contest to be held at Manchester on March 11. A skating party is planned for February 11 at Art's Roller Rink in Ossian. The chapter has invited the entire high school to attend giving free transportation to anyone who wishes to go but does not have a ride. A rat controlprogram has started as part of a community service project. The chapter is selling War X poison. Other Gander News. A group of ladies stitched a quilt Wednesday and Thursday in the Mary Olson home. Those helping were Mrs. Selma Groth. Mrs. Kenneth Kiosa, Mrs. E. K. Mork, Mrs, Cornelius Reierson, Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, Mrs. Clarence Anderson. Mrs. P. K. Peterson, Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard, Mrs. Bd Wenger, Mrs. Robert Wettleson, Mrs. Christine Rypostol, Mrs. Harold Opsand, Mrs. Otto Gisleson and Mrs. Mervin Reierson. Mrs. Martha Johnson and Mrs. Henry Vellersven were Saturday afternoon visitors in the Mary Olson and Selma Groth home. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Amundson and family and Aimer and Arthur Amundson were Monday evening visitors in the Morris Amundson home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson were Saturday evening visitors in the Morris Amundson home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Kjosa and family were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Kenneth Kjosa home. Mrs. Ole Loftsgard and Mrs. Otto Gisleson spent Friday evening with Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa. , a Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard, Lisa and I H man were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Ole Loftsgard home. Kathleen Gisleson of Luther college spent from Wednesday until Monday between semesters in the Otto Gisleson home. Mrs. Otto Gisleson visited her mother, Mrs. Bertha West near Deeornh also. Wednesday evening, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson and Kathleen visited in the Gerhard Groth home in Decorah. Kathleen Gisleson of Luther college came home Saturday to attend the wedding of Irene Swanson and Charles Christcnscn. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kjosa nnd girls attended a buffet dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christensen, Jr., Saturday. Harry Olson of Green Bay, Wisconsin spent Friday with his mother, Margit Olson in the Lorando Embretson home and was an overnight guest there, nnd a dinner guest Saturday of the Olvin Olson family. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Nyberg and family of Auburn visited Sunday evening in the Henry Nyberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Kjosa and girls visited Monday evening in the Will Bergen home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bergen spent Tuesday afternoon in the George Landsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bergen visited Sunday afternoon in the John Butikofer home and were supper guests there. Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Holm visited Friday evening in the Vebjon Landsgard home at St. Olaf. Mrs. Will Bergen spent Wednesday of last week with Mrs. Selmer Holm. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson spent Sunday afternoon in the Louis Kjosa home. ON'E-HUNDRED-THREE Bradley were dinner guests in the Walter Knutson home Thursday. Mr, and Mrs. Lloyd Schutte and Luann of Castalia were Friday eve- William Watters ot Garden Grove died recently at the age of 103. is wife died 50 years ago and he has since lived with his daughter. were r riaay eve-[ . Dont ^ ust assu ™ e that your so ning visitors in the Henry Olson! clal securit >' account is correct. B home. [sure your records and thnco nf Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reierson sure your records and those of the of (Social Security Administration CACTUS Arthur Porter of Belle Plaine recently displayed an Arizona cactus he brought to Iowa about six years ago. On arrival at Belle Plaine it was four inches high and now it is close to ten feet. rar. ana Mrs. Kay Reierson of ^Z- * fiuiuuusiraiioi Clermont were Saturday evening ~ gre ?- Tnls ls - vml1 ' responsibility visitors in the Henry Olson home . , check an your record, get a spe Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson of clal P° stcat "d -form from your social security office, fill it out, and mail it mr ana Mrs. Martin Nelson of (secu "ity^ofTice Manchester were Saturday after- ] it noon callers in the Christine Ry­ postol home. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Mork and Rosina Anderson were Sunday dinner guests in the Kenneth Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Landsgard visited in the Emory Landsgard home Tuesday and Sunday afternoon. Meillen and Otto Mork visited there, also. Brian Reierson spent Thursday with Dixie and David Reierson. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore L. Lofts- SAFE AS AMERICA 1 i FARM LOAN SERVICE FULLY INSURED SALE NORTHEAST IOWA DIVISION AUCTION Having decided to quit farming, I will sell at public auction on my farm located 9 miles South of Waukon or 9 miles North of Postville on Highway 51, on Wednesday, February 15 STARTING AT 12:00 O'CLOCK LUNCH STAND ON GROUNDS 25 — HEAD OF CATTLE — 25 Holstein Cows, AH to freshen soon. Brown Swiss Cows, All to freshen soon. Holstein Heifer, Springer. Hereford-Holstein Calves 1 Hereford Calf 1 Guernsey Heifer, Springer. 2 Holstein Heifers, Open. 1 Brown Swiss Heifer, Open. 1 Black W. F. Heifer, Springer. 3 Holstein Calves, Short yearlings. (Health Papers Will Be Furnished With AH Cattle) Ruby 's Fashion Shop Postville, Iowa 1955 Model "44" Massey Harris tractor, live hydraulic, PTO Massey Harris "44" 6-cylinder tractor McC. 3-14 plow, on rubber McC. 2-16 plow, on.rubber Minnesota side rake FARM MACHINERY 'John Deere 4-sec. drag with folding draw bar McC. tandem 8V2-ft. disc on rubber (new last spring) Allis-Chalmers 8-ft. mtd. disc, 3-point John Deere 6-ft. 12-A combine with PTO John Deere baler McC. 2-row planter, rubber JD. Van Brunt grain drill Case manure spreader, 2-wheel, on rubber Oliver 2-row corn picker. No, 8, Massey-H. mounts. Many other articles. FINGER Lynn Fett of Farmington lost his index finger and the lip of the third finger as a result of an accident while he was shelling corn recently. He got his hand caught in the conveyor belt. 3-unit stainless steel suspended Universal milker Universal 4-unit pump — - v — — 20 ten-gallon cans T-33 Zero 10-can cooler, front opening Universal 3-can cooler DeLa Va , No . 19 separator '«« - Strainers 26 EWES - To iamb shortly, some by sale dntT 13 BRED GILTS — Due in April FEET Mrs. John Schupfer of Ringstcd recently suffered a fnlnting spell in her car. When she was found her feet were badly frozen., B «y! Sell! W|„, . | Lost! Found! • fl " d " *> the Clermont Charter F Beechcraft CLARENCE Kl' Phone 29F6161 C | ( FREE SAMPLE . . . ... of Northwestern Mutual's unique estate p is yours, without obligation. Simply call t BOYD B. TURNER THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL LIFE INSURANCE CO. 124 West Greene Phone tM Yl Mr. FARMER, Watch Mailbox This Week! To You From Us Lawson Equipment Co. Postville, Iowa Learn How You Can Make Better- Quality Hay Not an advertisement—but * scientific Ag. School Study! Get the money-making answers to - the following questions based on unbiased scientific leslsi 1. Hcno to cut curing 4. What type of ad time as much as material absorbs one-half? less moisture in the 2. How can stems and field during a rain? leaves be made to 5. What kind of dry equally fast? conditioned hay 3. How can cutting and dries fastest? raking into a 6. How to make windrow be combined? "hay in a day?" Read this Educational Piece, then Come Sett » Basketball Postville High School Gym lliniltlllttllllMitlMHltllflllUIIIMnMMIIIIItlttltlinilHIIIIIIIIItiniMllltMIMIMIIIIHIItlllllUnO Friday, Feb. OPENING TIPOFF AT 6:45 P. iiiriiffiNt/rifrictitit (tiMfitiiiMiiiiiiMiHMttililtiiiltiiittlliuiltiitniiiiiiiii «ii<c<itiMf(((itf"" TWO GAMES FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS ELKADER vs. POSTVlWi *iiiMtitiiitiiuiiiiiMMtiiiiiiiiMiiiitttMiiiiiiiiiitiuiiuiiHiutmmftuunititiiiiiniHiiimiiiii( THIS IS THE LAST HOME GAME OF THE REGULAR SEASON SUPPORT THE FIGHTING PIRATES iiimutniHmiiMiHMHiiiiitiMiitjmiiMHHiiiiiiitiitMiniifiHMitmmti)))"^ •MHiiiiiiinifiin,,,, ADMISSION — Adults 60c Grade Students 15e — Junior-Senior High 35( HAY — CORN 25 a 3 ! 65 fir$t 5 r ° P hay 125 Bales straw 600 Bales second crop hay 400 Bushels of oafs OATS 1 600 Bushels of corn AH more or less. DONALD BERG mmmmm ~T^ m ~ m T?Zi c Dean Ferris, Rep. Farm Loan E. L. Dean and M. A. €atO"' *J£J Service, Inc., Cashier Citizens State Bank, Po*vH«J, Cleric SERyiCEf mC . . iriiun Wis. Telephone CHerry 9-6464 Security State Bank Btdfl., Madison, Wis. TO THE STOCKHOLDERS OF THE POSTVILLE FARMERS TELEPHONE THE ANNUAL MEETING of the Stockholders of the POSTVILLE FARMERS TELEPHONE COMPANY — will be held at the - MEMORIAL HALL -:- P0$ — ON — SATURDAY/ FEBRUARY » at 1:00 o'clock p. for the election of officers and the transact of such other business as may regularly legally come before the meeting. BOYD B. TURNER, 9*^

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