Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 8, 1961 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 8, 1961
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urefo rldget's Church j, Vnl luster, Faster Mass at 7:30 a. m. asses — 8:00 and 10:00 -Mass at 8:30 a. m., Xol- cateehetical instruction Masses at 6:00 a. m. and s will be heard every om 3:00 to 5:30 and 8:30 p. m. Community Presbyterian Church ant Ads bring results. Walter T. Martin, Pastor 10:00 a. m. — Morning worship servlcss. 11:00 a. m.—Sunday School. Carol and Youth choirs will rehearse Thursday after school. There will be no Cherub choir practice this week. Chancel choir rehearsal Thursday at 8:00 p. m. The Board of Trustees will meet Tuesday, February 14, at 11.00 p. m. World Day of Prayer will be held Friday, February 17, at 2:00 p. m. at the Community Presbyterian Church. St. Paul's Lutheran Church C. E. Witt, Pastor Justin Silvius, Assistant Pastor Postville U. B. Church Clifton W. Ellcrbcck Morning worship at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Wednesday, 3:45 — Cherub, Children's Choir. 6:30—Men of the Church Dinner meeting. The movie, "M o s e s, Called By God" will be shown at 7:30. Thursday. 2:00 —ULCW General meeting. 8:00—Senior Choir rehearsal. Saturday, 9:00—Youth Choir rehearsal. 9:00—Junior and senior Confirmation. Sunday. 8:30 and 10:30—Worship Services. 9:15—Sunday Church School. Monday, 8:00—Building committee meetinfi. Wednesday. February 16, 2:00 and 7:30 p. m.—Ash Wednesday Service::. FIFTY YEARS AGO Interesting Items From the Files of "The VolksMatt" Published in February 17, 1911 Rudy Huebner farm, west of town. The cargo was rescued but the truck had to be left exposed to the elements over Saturday night and must have been badly damaged by the elements and the below zero temperature. During the several days that the railroads were tide up by the great blockade some of the teamsters used the main line of the Milwau kee in the neighborhood of the de Reincke is now em- the Henry Schultz sad- Clermont Lutheran Parish John n. Kronlokken, Pastor GIFTS — FOR — our Valentine ^ery landkerchiefs Scarfs Blouses Gowns Jewelry Gloves Dusters Pajamas Slips Wednesday, 7:00 p. m— West Junior Choir rehearsal. Thursday, 7:30 p. m. — Parish Yimth choir rehearsal at West Church with East League officers meeting after choir. Saturday — Confirmation classes on regular schedule. Sunday, February 12 —Quinqua- gesima. 9:30 a. m.—West Morning Service followed by Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—East Morning Service. 10:00 a. m.. Sunday School. 7:30 p. m.—West Luther League. Wednesday. February 15 — Ash Wednesday. 8:00 p. m., Service of Holy Communion at West Clermont Church. Thursday. 2:00 p. m.—East Mission Project Sewing. 7:30 p. m.—L. C. R. and Junior Choir at East Church. 8:15 p. m.—Service of Holy Communion at East Church. Don't gamble with your future or the future of those who depend on you for their welfare. Know your rights and duties under the social security law. Your social security office has free booklets which will answer your questions. Purses —H— reen Style Shop Where Style and Budget Meet 1 86 4-3614 Postville, Iowa Charley ployed in dlery. Postville streets are impassable this week because of the deep mud. R. H. Watrs has purchased the W. Livingood farm for $85 per acre. A Rooster Party is being held at Staadt's hall tonight for Ben Lange Martin Olson has rented the William Harris farm and takes pos session on March 1. Alma Schroeder went to Chi cago on Tuesday to study spring and summer millinery styles The donation supper of the Congregational church netted the ladies $129.65 Thursday. A group of local sportsmen went to Monona Tuesday evening to witness the wrestling match. Hymen Rabinowitz of Postville was married to Miss Sarah Gruen stein at New Hampton Sunday. According to the quarterly reports of Postville's two banks, on February 8, there were $669,665.20 on deposit here, James Steele accompanied his brother, Henry, to Chicago Thurs day, where the latter submitted to an operation. The annual school election will be held March 13. The terms of George Goetz and William Harris expires next month. Peter Service, foreman at the Postville brick and tile plant, has arrived here and says that work is to be resumed March 1. Mrs. M. Kleckner has rented the rooms over the former Roggensack harness shop, in which she will lo cate her millinery shop, The thaw and rains of last week have filled many Postville cellars with water. During Monday night over an inch of rain fell here. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Campbell | have a baby girl at their home since Friday, which date is also the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Campbell. The Hart-Beucher Auto Company has taken quarters in the Postville Auto Company garage which forced piano dealer W. J: Hanks to move to a new location as yet undetermined. Postville has a dance loving population as is readily observed by the fact that to date no less than six dances have been announced to be held here during the next two weeks. James Steele on Thursday purchased the A. J. Kluss restaurant and will take possession of it May 15, Mr. Kluss has not decided just what he will do upon retiring ^Wednesday, February 8, 1961 from the business. Harvey Douglass and Guy Gregg are entertaining our townspeople with their experiences on the trip they recently took to Cuba and east coast points. They arrived home Tuesday morning. The Fred Schara family is expecting to move to Sauk City, Wisconsin next week where Mr. Schara has purchased a saloon business. Their home here has been rented by Andrew Schuler and family. Market prices this week are as follows: Hogs $6.50 to $6.75; cattle $2.00 to $5.00; veals $7.50; oats 30c; barley 85c; corn 45c to 60c; timothy $9.00 to $10.50; hides 7c; wool 17c to 19c; butter 25c; eggs 12c; hens and springs 8c; old roosters 4c. The big moving day, March 1, is drawing near. There are to be a number of changes in residence but a serious shortage exists in available houses for rent. Several new homes will be built this summer it is reported, but our moneyed people hesitate to part with their mammon and the town council cannot reconcile themselves to the idea of erecting municipally owned homes. POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 of the drivers took the precaution to "Stop, Look and Listen," as no trains were moving. Lester Harnack's farm sale Tuesday of this week, the publicity for which was handled by the Herald, was a fine success financially, the receipts being close to $1200. A 12-year-old horse sold for $142 and a 13-year-old horse for $107. Brood sows sold for $36.00 each. Hay brought $5.60 a ton, corn 56 centa pot as a public driveway, and none per bushel and oats 32c. TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Creamery Meeting THE ANNUAL MEETING Interesting: Items From the Files of the Postville Herald of February 13, 1936 of the In spite of the sub-zero weather that held the attendance down below former years, stockholders of the Postville Farmers Co-Operative Society assembled at Turner Hall on Tuesday afternoon and conducted their annual business meeting and elected the following officers for the coming year: President, F. W. Benjegerdes; vice president, S. A. Green; secretary, E. C. Marston; treasurer, E. W. Green. Despite the 16 degrees below zero weather that prevailed on Monday evening, more than three score of Postvilles electors assembled at Turner Hall to attend the Citizens Caucus called by Town Committeemen W. E. Durno and Joe Hecker to nominate can didates for the several town officials to be voted for at the forth coming Municipal election on Monday, March 30. Following is the list of candidates as nominated at Monday night's caucus: Mayor Gustav Dietsch; councilmen, C. C. Sander, H. D. Cole, J. A. Schroeder, C. F. Reincke, Earl Abernethy; treasurer, L. O. Beucher; assessor A. J. Phillips. After nearly 15 years of faithful service at the Farmers Store, Miss Libbie Schultz last week resigned her position there to take effect shortly. Libbie, through her connection with this store and her affable and willing disposition, endeared herself to many people, all of whom will miss her from her regular post. The Nehi beer truck of Decorah enroute to Postville last Saturday afternoon tipped over near 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 such other business as may regularly and legally come before the meeting. MILK and LUNCH WILL BE SERVED following the meeting. Kenneth J. Schultz, President. MISTER FARMER! YOU ARE INVITED TO THE ANNUAL FARMERS BANQUET ALL PURPOSE ROOM — GRADE SCHOOL BUILDING — POSTVILLE THURSDAY, FERRUARY 9th Serving Starts at 6:30 p. m. This event is sponsored by the Postville Commercial Club. ALL FARMERS AND FFA BOYS OF THE POSTVILLE TRADE AREA ARE INVNTED. John K. Minnoch, of Chicago, will speak on "Sense and Nonsense/' THIS MESSAGE SPONSORED BY THE FOLLOWING — Auto Dealers and Repair Falb Motor Company Frese Garage Postville Auto Sales Banks Citizens State Bank Postville State Bank Blacksmith Ellis Blacksmith Dairies Martins Dairy Waters Dairy Drug Store Groff Drug Egg Buyers Postville Egg Co. Electric Motor Repair Electric Motor Shop Electricians D & J Electric Feed and Seed Postville Feed Mill Furniture Store Louis Schutte and Sons Grocery Stores The Farmers Store Harold's Cash Market Postville Meat Market Schroeder's Grocery Stumme Grocery Hatchery Overland Hatchery Hotel Commercial Hotel Hardware, Plumbing, Heating Coast To Coast Stores Koevenig's Stores Meyer Plumbing - Heating Nyberg's Store Western Auto Store Implement Dealers Postville Implement Insurance Turner Insurance Jewelers Marvin Suckow, Jeweler Don's Jewelry Livestock Buyer Koth and Co. Locker Plant Postville Locker Lumber Yards John L. Gregg & Son Postville Lumber Co. Meat Packing Plants Hygrade Food Products Corp. Men's Wearing Apparel Anderson's Clothing Newspaper Postville Herald Nursery Northern Iowa Nursery Photographs Lutz Studio Real Estate C. F. Lammert, Broker Willman Real Estate Ready-To-Wear Kramer's The Dereen Shop Restaurants Rima Cafe Thoma Coffee Mill V & J Koffee Shop Service Stations Casten Oil Company Cook's Shell Service Hartwig's Service Station Home Oil Company Schrader "66" Service Shoe Stores Schutta's Shoe Store Tindell Shoe Store Tank Wagon Service Dale Fichtel Standard Service Utilities R. E. A.

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