Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 15, 1961 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 15, 1961
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Postville Herald POSTVILLE. IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY •fftcixl Newipaptr for AllsmskM County and Town of Postrille Clifford W. DeGxrmo and Fred L. Martin Publishers Jintered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE M.00 Per Year — S5.50 for 2 Years ia Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Connties 13.60 Per Year — S6.50 for 2 Years Outside of Four County area, NATIONAL EDITORIAL S^)C^TI<J>N Wednesday February 15, 1961 Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knight and family were Sunday dinner gtiests in the M. Zubriggen home in Sum- "ner. Mrs. Earl Abernethy is visiting in •fee home of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Dickey and family in Fond du Lac, •Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Evan Owen and family spent the weekend in Anamosa with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Crow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarms arid Chip spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Ron Jarms and Bill at Freeport, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Linn and children of Monticello were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Chevalier and family. Gene and Lyle Groth were in Kansas City, Missouri from Thursday through Sunday attending the National Fact Finding conference. Linda La Velle of Rochester, Minnesota was a weekend guest in the home of her parents and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph La Velle and Becky. Mrs. Andrew Mosby of Ossian was an overnight visitor Thursday in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Schultz and family of Cedar Falls were visitors Sunday in the homes of Mrs. E. C. Ruckdaschel and Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Schultz, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush and 'Mrs. Christine Meier spent several days this week visiting in the home -at Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush in Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lavvson. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson and Mrs. Obert Harris were visitors in Independence on Tuesday of last week. When you have CLEANING Remember GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4-3813 Postville, Ia. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schroeder and family and Mrs. Josephine Schroeder of Ossian and Ruth Ann Erbe were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass. George Huebner and Fred J. Miller were in Des Moines Monday through today attending the state oil dealers convention. Mrs. Larry Coates, Lily Coates and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson were recent visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Shipton and son of Eldorado were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Stumme and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Schroeder of Clermont were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Schroeder and Mrs. Bertha Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Fleege of Dubuque were weekend guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Converse and family. Mrs. Leo Ball, Mrs. Clarence Storla, Mrs. Roy Knight, Mrs. Paul Lester and Mrs. John Burrow were at the county home in Waukon on February 7, where they spent the afternoon helping to entertain the patients. Mrs. Fred L. Martin and Mrs. Frank Lowell were in Des Moines over the weekend' where they attended the Business and Professional Women's convention. Mrs. Martin also attended a hairdresser's meeting on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd E. Schultz, Jeffery and Julie of Stevens Point, Wisconsin spent the weekend here in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Heckman and family and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stover, Harry Bergan and Leslie Lawson attended the district dealers meeting of the Ford Tractor and Implement Company in Des Moines last Saturday for the showing of a new Ford farm tractor. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tehel and family, Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Duwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Don Heins and Jamie, Mrs. Louis Meyer. Mrs. Elmer Zieman and Miss Pauline Everman were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Everman and family in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins, who observed their 39th wedding anniversary on February 14. .RTBEATS- (JP^ TWINS DEBBIE AND DONNA HORST, 7 -YEAR-OLD 1961 HEART FUND SWEETHEARTS, HAD IDENTICAL HEART OPERATIONS ON THE IDENTICAL DAY THEIR HEALTH WAS FULLY RESTORED Mr. and Mrs. John Kittleson and Fred Palmquist attended the 48th I annual stockholder's meeting and 1 spring buyer's convention of Our Own Hardware dealers at Minne- apqlis Sunday through Tuesday. More than 600 dealers from seven states previewed new spring and summer merchandise displayed by 250 manufacturers at the display hall. Among those attending funeral services last week Tuesday afternoon at the Giard Methodist Church for Mrs. Agnes Henkes, 90, of Monona were: Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Looney, DeKalb, Illinois; Kenneth Looney, New Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Looney. Stanley and Jimmy, Luana; Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney, Jr., Mrs. Joe Braun, Mrs. Arbie Heckman, Mrs. Alma Gunderson, Mrs. John Martins and Mrs. Clifford Ellis. Mrs. Henkes was the mother of Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. £cAtoed&u> MARKET BOY CANNED FRUITS OF EVERY KIND AND CUMF THE THING TO SERVE, SO MUCH TIME/" '$) lOCAl TUkOfUAlKl Mil •COUPON; Cut Out This Coupon And Save POSTVILLE MC Butter POUND ICOUPON! if QUALITY MEATS... HORMEL — All Meat FRANKS pkg. 47c HORMEL — Rindless SLAB BACON lb. 49c HEAT and EAT — HADDOCK STEAKS pkg. 45c JUST ADD MILK DREAM WHIP 2 pkgs. for 49c PILLSBURY Deluxe DEVILS FOOD CAKE MIX pkg. 29c ALL FLAVORS — gfJELL-O . . 3 p ^25c HILLS BROS. — Regular or Drip COFFEE . . fa 59c GREEN GIANT — Kitchen Sliced GREEN BEANS 3 Ca°ns 59C RUSSET POTATOES Mixes Instantly NESTLE'S QUIK 25 lb. bag 79c 2 lb., 6 oz. can 97c -Soktoed&ti GROCERY TELEPHONE 86 4-3814 POSTVILLE, IOWA HEART - "I HEALTH ENEMY. DISEASE . HEART FUND |y Mr. and Mrs. Earl Burt of Chicago, Illinois are visiting Mrs. Burt's Ted Anderson was in Worthington. Minnesota over the weekend parents, Mr. and Mrs. John H.; and on Saturday attended funeral Palmer at the home of her sister, j services there for his uncle, Walter Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. i Saxon. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schroeder, Tracy and Jay of Maquoketa visited Dr. and Mrs. Foster Burroughs John. Susan and Mary of Waterloo from Sunday until Tuesday in the were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elliott' home of Mrs. Maria Smith and also Schroeder. Kevin Cayton returned called in the Rodney Smith home. home with them after spending a j week with his grandparents, the i Ted Andersons and the Schroeders. I 10 Dads CrOWned Mrs. Gus Miller left Monday for Cloquet, Minnesota having been called there by the death of her granddaughter, Mrs. Richard Richardson 22, who passed away Saturday. Mrs. Richardson is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Schroeder of Cloquet. Mr. Schroeder was formerly of Postville. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Johnson and family in honor of the second birthday anniversary of their daughter, Jody, were: Mr. and Mrs. Nylo Carr and family of Dysarf, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz, Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Rose, Mr. and Mrs. Don Rose and family and Mrs. Harry Reinhardt. Kings Of Hearts C. C. Hoth and Donald. Florence Hoth and Minnie Miller, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Pitman and Thomas of Glendale. California: and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Nygaard of Clermont were in Cedar Rapids Sunday to be present at the baptism of Laurie Lynn, infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hoth. Donald Hoth and Mrs. Pitman were sponsors. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chamberlain, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Koth. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Carlson and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith are participating in discussion meetings held weekly at their homes on "Iowa Future Series". Lessons are presented on facts on democracy, agriculture, families and communities. Reports of the studies are sent to Iowa State University Extension Service at Ames. Seventy-five dads of Kindergarten children attended the annual Dad's Day at the kindergarten classes of the Postville school last Thursday. Thirty-six dads attended the morning session: They were: Harold Rosenbaum, Gilbert Livingood. Leonard Solem. Lloyd Mathews. Grant Schultz, Forrest Monroe, Leigh Rekow. Don White. Walter White. Keith Waters. Harley Thompson, Wesley Brandt. Elmer Kruger. Paul Schutte. Russell Loven, Edwin Kirkestue. Bennett Lange. Norman Amundson. Eldean Drewes, Gene Brainard. Leo Foels. Gene Haltmeyer, Roger Christofferson. John Brainard. Robert Friederich, Vernon Kugel, Robert Fitzpatrick. Nathan Snitker. Byron Schultz, Hilery Heins. Ed Hagemeier. Duane Miller, Vernon Gri.i- na, Leonard Adam, Ralph Auer and Harold Koth. Prizes were given for the best For the morning session in Miss Collins' room, Ed Hagemeier won first prize: Robert Friederich, second: and Byron Schultz, third. Leigh Rekow won first prize in Mrs. Hoth's room: Walter White, second: and Edwin Kirkestue. third. Those attending in the afternoon were Earl Johnson, Gordon Landsgard. Cloy Meyer, Milion Koeuig, Robert McNally. Ray Suckow. Eugene Szabo, Dr. Raymond Martin, Tennis Mork, Gordon Kregel. Leon Everman. Lyle Zieman. Llovd Schutte, Milton Olson, LaVern Schultz. Harry Rudo, Ed O'Brien, Richard Schlee, Bill Schlee. Dale Turner, Burnell Anderson, Dale IRIS THEATRE POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY FEBRUARY 16, 17 and 18 Sunday/Monday, PPRPJAP 0 ^ and Wednesday FEBRUARY If, 20, 21 and 22 7 AOTUI- - W F * EO MacMURRAY W fttLMUf. TU».. . «UAH0THRUUWT1 0MII11U Cartoon Carnival Every Sundav MATINEE ONLY * SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2: 30 Anderson, Mnurlco Elliott, James Farmer, LcRoy Foels, Ted Green, Henry Homesnth, Carlton Martins, John Meyer, Harold Meyer, Doa Mork, Harvey Chrislofferson, Leo O'Hara, Fred Palmquist, • Harold Preuss, Duane Thompson, Milton Turner, Jack Whitehead and Rev. Charles Witt. Those who won prizes for flnger- painling in the afternoon were: Milton Kocnig, first: Robert McNally, second; and Richard Schlee. third. In Miss Collins' room, Fred Palmquist, won first; Duane Thompson, second; and tlohn Meyer, third. As each dad walked in, he was crowned "King of Hearts" by his child. The dads then wniched an operetta entitled "The Three Bears"; and sang "Yankee Doodle" and America with the children. They listened to a valentine song, learned especially for them. Each child introduced his dad and all joined in playing "Did You Ever See a Lassie", A lunch was served by the children. SPRING-LIKE DAYS, WEATHER PATTERN It's too early to dream of spring but the weather pattern is bringing a lot of wishful thinking on the subject. Temperatures the past week have been well above normal, n continuation of the previous week. Daytime temperatures have risen above the freezing level with night readings dropping to freezing or just below. The first robin of the season was already sighted by Mrs. Lloyd Bruce during the past week. Public Offices To Close February 22 Most public offices in Postville and Allamakee county will be closed on Wednesday, February 22, in observance of Washington's birthday. In Postville, both banks will be closed and the post office will also close. Incoming mail will be distributed and outgoing mail will be dispatched but windows will not open. "WITTENBERGER QUALIFIES FOR STATE WITH RECORD POINT TOTAL" Team captain John Wittenberger was Postville's only qualifier for the state wrestling tournament to be held at Cedar Falls Friday, February 18. On his way to winning the district championship in the 127 pound weight class, Wittenberger secured three pins to go along with his 5-1 decision over Frank Brown of Jcsup in the finals. The Postville dvnamo scored a total of 1G points, this was the highest total scored by any of the 165 wrestlers in the tournament. Witten- beiger's 16 points is believed to be a record point total for this district. As a team, the Pirates finished seventh in a field of 16 teams. Postville, aided by Wittenberger first place, finished well ahead of, other schools in the Upper Iowa Conference. Les Lenlh, in a quarter-final match, upset Bill Grimes of West Union. Lenth in return lost a close match to Ray Barker of Osage in the semi-finals. Other semi-final losers included Dave Smith who lost to Dennis Wegner of Wapsie Valley and Larry Snitker a 5-2 loser Dave Schmelzer by a 5-2 count to Don Parker of West Union. New Hampton won the team championship and will send six entries to the state, runner-up Jesup qualified five. Squad members representing Postville in the tournament were Moiftai} WASHERS - DRYERS SALES and SERVICE Kittleson - Petersen eseoseoc Curt Helium, t Bollman, Les Lenth 1 berger, Jerry Trufo t ker, Dave Schmelzer J Tom McNally, mi T T- Thc state tournament in the Teachers ColW Cedar Falk First ^ ,\vil] be held at 1:30 j »| round at 7:30 p. mjw jS finals will be held at M Saturday afternoon. 1960 WOOL ~~ I PAYMENTS APPLY iu J SALES BEFORE i Wool growers were i day that the 19%;, merits, to be made 1 will be made only on y shorn lambs which before March 31, \%\, _ closing date for the 19M Seth Huismnn, Otl'iRl Allamakee Agricultural tion and Conservation! pointed out that apptg such payments unto 0»] program must be filedV end of April 1901. He emphasized m records on the sales i the information on applications. For ducers' sales rceos wool should show dress of buyer, date < and address of prs weight of wool sold, t ceeds to producer al marketing deductions, Payments to prodatal I960 marketing year wsi same methods erriplo;ij| 1959 year. Sham w will be equal to a n each producer's cash t wool sales. The ptra announced later thlsj a that required to raise & average price receiveV ducers for shorn wools rrrarketing year up tot! price of 62 cents per j Lamb payments wil each producer who seU have never been shoml ments will be at a nil dredweight of live; ed to compensate i„. them on a basis compiia incentive payment paj shorn wool. At the Elti VISIT 01 BARGAIN 1 A FEWO! THE SPECU Diaphacin Rat Vi Pound Reg. 89c -Ni Pig Creep Ftt Reg. $3.95-1 Ag'rico Plantfl 3 Pounds." Reg. 3.75—Noi Egg Basi Reg. $3.95 -W Louse Pom Reg. 50c -M Manv othfl Special Yj» SUPPLIES LIM Hall Roberis' POSTVnJXll W UJki/iEpoo£ PICNIC of VAL(/ES Ml 10-poumJ capacity! Automatic oil the W lOl CVnl A tf\* «r/M._ t. waiter. 6 wajh-rin»e tem&?,«V *"V ven old-water w«h, r ^Ti oyde for y our regular wash, Gertie for your finer thing.. Surgi- ttung. whiter. 5 wash-rime tern&?,«V *"V ven ^Id-water wash. m-UmeUnt filter. Finest rinsing Jcnown ' Vet it save, you water* WITH T«A« (ModslM-^i MATCHING DRYER 4 KITTLESON - PETERf

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