Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 22, 1961 · Page 5
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eto urefo iiy Presbyterian Church T. Martin, Pastor — Morning worship .—Sunday School. -Tiixis Society, arol and Youth choirs e Thursday after school, 'loir Thursday at 8:00 irele will meet Wed- -h 1, at 2:00 p: m. with c Roberts and Mrs. W. as hostesses, ircle wilt meet Wed- -h 1. at 2:00 p. m. with Lulininn and Mrs. Alas hostesses. cle will meet 4Vednes- 1, at 2:00 p. m. with eurhcr ns hostess. .'Ic will meet Wednes- 1. at 8:00 p. m. with ce Brandt and Mrs. n as hostesses, cle will meet Tuesday 8:00 p. m. with Mrs.' een and Mrs. Ruby hostesses. ing class Saturday at Wednesday, 2:00 and 7:30—Lenten lervices. Sermon, "Bless this House—As we Forgive and Forget". 3:45—Cherub, Children's Choir ehearsals. Thursday. 2:00 — Afternoon Di- isions of ULCW. 8:00—Senior Choir rehearsal. Saturday, 9:00—Youth Choir rehearsal. 9:00 — Junior and Senior Confirmation classes. Sunday, 8:00 and 10:30—Worship services. 9:15—Sunday Church School. Monday, 8:00—Church Council. Tuesday — Evening Divisions of ULCW. idget's Church J. Vallaster, Pastor Mass at 7:30 a. m. asses — 8:00 and 10.00 Mass at 8:30 a. m., fol- catechetical Instruction asses at 6:00 a. m. and s will be heard every rom 3:00 to 5:30 and 8:30 p. m. ; ho thinks the customer ant should try doing for 90 days. ont Airport "er Flights in craft Bonanza CE KITTELSON 6161 Clermont, Iowa S5tfc St. Paul's Lutheran Church C. E. Witt, Pastor Justin SUvlus, Assistant Pastor son; Bible study. Mrs. Russell Larson; World Missions, Mrs. Arthur Nelson. 8:00 p. m. — Lenten Service at East Church. i Thursday, March 2—East ALCW meets. I 8:00 p. m.—Evening Division of West ALCW meets. Sunday, March 5—Mission Sunday. The Rev. Nielson Manoela of Madagascar will be in our congregations for a Mission Emphasis. Potluck dinner at East church, with informal session following. Postville U. B. Church Clifton W. Ellcrbeck Morning worsnip at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Clermont Lutheran Parish John D. Kronlokkcn, Pastor Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor Con Wednesday. February 22. 7:00 p. m.—West 'Junior choir: also sing at Lenten services following rehearsal. 8:00 p. ni.—Midweek Lenten service at West Clermont, for the parish. A 30-minute sound and color movie, "Outposts in the Andes" will be shown. Services will be followed by West Board of Deacons meeting. Thursday, 7:30 p. in. — Parish Youth Choir at West Church. Saturday — Confirmation classes on regular schedule. 7:30 p. m.—East Clermont Board of Trustees meet with Building committee. Sundav. Second in Lent. February 26, 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 Congregation meeting to adjourn annual meeting to vote on new constitution and building plans. Monday. 7:30 p. m.—East Sunday School teachers and Education board meets. Wednesday. March 1 — West ALCW meets. Hostesses: Mrs Lyle Gunderson. Mrs. James Henderson, Mrs. Adrian Larson. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus. Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mrs. Rosina Anderson. Mrs. William B. Miller. Miss Inga Lar- Wednesday — Lenten services Senior choir. Saturday, 9:00-11:30 a. m iirmation. Sunday. 9:30—Sundav School. 10:30— Worship Service. Monday. February 27, 8:00 p. ni.—Zion Lutheran church men will hold an organizational meeting. All the men of the congregation are invited. The men will also observe Scout night when the scout charter will be renewed. The father's are given a special invitation to be present. Tuesday, February 28,8:00 p. m.— Sunday School teacher's meeting. Wednesday, February 22, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 lard Bilden, Clifford Olson and Jacki Messier and families, Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey. Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Peterson, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Winter, Mr. and Mrs. James Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgerson, Mrs. Irene Olson, Myrtle and Clara Peterson and Mrs. Clarence Peterson. BICYCLE SAFETY Navy bathyscaph makes record dive—seven miles down! Ernest, Ervin, LaVerne and Miss Lorene, all of Castalia, and Martin of Muscatine; three brothers, Louie, Fritz and Ed, all of Ossian; Mrs. Minnie Torkelson of Ossian and Mrs. Rose Torkelson of New Hampton. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch Luana News MRS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent DOUBLE TREAT • • • definitely made for each other, is Berk- hire's smart jacketed ensemble. The dress, a slim column in a tear-drop print on Magic Crepe, The smart, cropped jacket with the 'linen look' has bracelet length sleeves. ^'ng NAVY/Navy Jacket, Buttered TOAST/Toast Jacket. s «cs 12B-22B; dress: magic crepe of 100% acetate jacket: 83% rayon, 17% acetate preen Style Shop [ Where Style and Budget Meet [86 4-3614 Postville, lowa^ 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School. 10:30 — World Service Day program with Miss Sofia Law, Chinese foreign student of Luther college, speaker. Wednesday. 8:00 p. m. — Lenten service. Thursday, p. m.—M. C. A. Club at the home of Mrs. Marie Meyer. Other Castalia News. After a vacation with home folks, student nurse Carmen Corlett left for Chicago on Sunday where she will take her affiliated training in pediatrics at Cook County Hospital for the next three months. Mrs. Florence Albright attended a two-day convention of Iowa Independent Oil Jobbers in Des Moines. February 14-15. Mrs. John Kluss spent Fridav at Postville visiting her aunts. Mrs. James Foran and Miss Amelia Meyer. Sunday afternoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave were: Mr. and Mrs. Myron Ihde. Dennis and Wayne and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ihde. all of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schave; evening callers were Mr, and Mrs. Clarence Schave of Luana. Ralph Rathbun returned to his duties in Kansas City. Missouri, after spending the winter with Mr. and Mrs. Ward Bnchelder. Mrs. Clifford Stee spent, from Sundav until Wednesday with Mrs. Earl Weiler and Candy in McGregor. Earl Weiler had surgery and I was in the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bachelder and family visited friends in New Hampton Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson and familv were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mrs. Earle Corlett and Carmen went to Guttenberg Thursday to attend funeral services for Merlin Handke. On Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Corlett attended services there for the hitter's aunt. Mrs. Ida Borcherding. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sehultz. Mrs.. Florence Albright and Darwin Koenig attended a meeting" of the Audubon society at Decorah Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Boh McNallv and family of Luana ;:nd -Mr. and Mrs. 'Merle Monroe and familv were i Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed i Preuss. I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ney of Os- i s i.i n were Sunday guests of Mrs. ] Minnie Mundt. Gary and Verla and ' .Mrs. Esther Schroeder. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Leo Piltman and Tommy of Los Aneeles. California and Mr and Mrs. Glen Nygaard of 'Clermont were Friday evening sup; nor guests of Mr and Mrs. Wayne j Timmerman. j Schweinefus Rites. Funeral services were held Monday. February 20, 2:00 p. m.. at Zion Lutheran Church for Wilhelm Schweinefus. lifelong resident of the Castalia community, who passed away on February 17. The Rev. Waiter Pfeffer was in charge of the rites. Burial was in Pleasant View cemetery in Castalia. Wilhelm Schweinefus was born February 26. 1882, the son of Louis and Elizabeth (Oldenselt) Schweinefus. He passed away at (!:50 a. m. on February 17 at West Union Memorial Hospital. Mr. Schweinefus was married to Minnie Abbe of Meridan. Minnesota on November 28. 1906 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church at Meridan. Mr. Schweinefus lived his entire life in the Castalia community where he was a farmer. He was a member of the Zion Lutheran Church, Castalia. He is survived by five children, GET OUR TRUCKLOAD PRICES ON : Delivered Grain AND SAVE. St. John's Lutheran Church L, W. Reuther, Pastor Sunday, February 26, 9:30 a m.—Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Thursday, February 23, 7:15 p. m.—Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Senior choir rehearsal. Monday, February 27, 8:00 p. m.— Broherhood. Wednesday, March 1, 7:30 p. m.— Lenten service. Thursday, March 2, 8:00 p. m.— Church council. Gunder News MRS. CORNELIUS REIERSON Correspondent Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry 3. Mathre, Pastor Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor "The person who tries to buy his way into heaven will get sold out." Services the first and third Sundays of the month at 9:15 a. m. | Wednesday, 1:45 p. m.—Woman's j Society. Thursday, 1:30 to 3:00 p. m.—First session of the study course on "Basic Christian Beliefs." This session will be at the Monona Methodist Church. Other Luana News. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Dettman and Mrs. William Staley were luncheon guests Friday in the home of Mrs. Elsa Gossman. Mr. and Mrs. William Eppens of Calmar were dinner guests Thursday in the William Staley .home. Leslie Dunning of Oakdale came Thursday for a weeks visit with his mother Mrs. Abbie Dunning and other relatives. Frederick Clark of Canaan, Connecticut arrived Friday morning, called here by the death of his father-in-law, Henry W. Sehultz, 83. and to be with his wife who had been here for about two weeks. Funeral services for Mr. Sehultz were held in the Lutheran church Friday afternoon with burial in the Lutheran cemetery. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins, Mr. and Mrs. Julius Dettman and Mrs. William Landt were smnng those from here who attended the funeral of Mrs. Ida Boreherding in Guttenberg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and children and, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Swallom and children of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Perkins. Jr., and children of Martelle were called here Friday by the serious illness of their father. Roy E. Brown, who suffered a stroke and was taken to the Postville hospital Saturday where he passed away early Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff of Postville spent Sunday evening with her mother, Mrs. Anna Gentz. Wednesday, February 22, 7:30 p. m. — Mid-week Lenten service. Sermon, "The Kingly Son"; Film, "The Upper Room." Thursday, February 23, 1:30 p. m.—Organizational and inspirational meeting for all the women of Marion congregation. Mrs. Carl Otte, who recently returned from Missionary duty in Africa, will be the guest speaker. Potluck—Sandwiches and cake. 7:30 p. m.—Junior choir practice. Saturday, February 25, 9:00 a. m.—Senior Confirmation class Sunday. February 26, 11:00 a. m.—Worship. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday Church school. February 26-27 — Men for the Ministry conferenve at Luther college. Rev. Mathre will be a participating panelist. "A potential bicycle rider is born every eight seconds." This statement preceded the following rules for bicycle safety which were distributed by the Iowa Congress of Parents and Teachers at their annual convention in Davenport October 20-21, 1960. The introductory paragraph continues: "Bicycle riders are using the same public thoroughfares used by ears, which weigh 3000 pounds as compared to a bicycle which weighs only 40 pounds, so cyclists should always realize that automobiles are bigger, faster and heavier than bicycles. Therefore, cyclists must obey the same traffic rules that apply to motorists." Solution: Many bicycle accidents and injuries could be avoided if the following 10 simple safety rules were taught and obeyed by every cyclist. 1. Always use hand signals. 2. Obey all traffic laws, signs and signals. A stop sign means a FULL stop. 3. Always have a light on front and reflectors on the rear fender if you must ride at night. 4. Ride in a straight line. Don't stunt, race or weave in and out of traffic. 5. Ride single file, close to right- hand curb. Ride with, not against, traffic. 6. Never ride double on your bike. 7. Walk bicycles across busy intersections and railroad crossings. (Cross busy intersection by walking with bicycle in pedestrian lanes). 8. Carry packages in carriers— not in your arms. 9. Never hitch rides on cars or trucks. 10. Be a courteous cyclist. Respect the rights of pedestrians, drivers and other cyclists. If you .want it to be a short summer, just sign a 90-day note. Herald Want Ads bring results. LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD Legal Reserve Life Insurance You may make a mistake if you provide so well today that you can make no provision for tomorrow. BOB BRINKMAN Phone 86 4-3974 Postville, la. CORRESPONDENCE STUDY Every Iowa county is represented among the nearly 8,000 persons currently enrolled in correspondence study at The State University of Iowa. Other Gunder News. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Olson visited Wednesday night in the Tov Torsrud home at St. Olaf. Mrs. Otto Gisleson was a caller Saturday afternoon in the Cornelius Reierson home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson were Sunday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opsand home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Winter and children were Sunday dinner guests in the Otto Gisleson home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson were recent visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vellersven home. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Loftsgard visited Sunday afternoon in the Clara Meyer and Emma Larson homes in Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Henry. Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Walde Embretson spent Sunday afternoon in the Clarence Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Winter were hosts to a dinner in honor of their daughter. Wendy Jo's baptism, February 12, at the Marion Lutheran church. Sponsors were Mrs. Duane Pinney and Milo Gisleson. Other guests were Pastor and Mrs. Mathre and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Winter, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Winter and family of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Naylor, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Pinney and family of Waterloo, Mrs. Gunda Gisleson and Milo and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson and Kathleen. Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and children were Saturday evening overnight guests in the T. L, Loftsgard home. Mrs.' Orvin Loftsgard was a visitor in'the home of the Victor Guyer's Friday. A group of ladies stitched a quilt last Tuesday and Wednesday in the Mrs. Otto Gisleson home. Those helping were: Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, Mrs. Selma Groth. Mrs. E. K. Mork, Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa, Mrs. Louis Reierson, Mrs. Mervin Anderson, Mrs. P. K. Peterson, Mrs. Christine Rypostol, Mrs. Harold Opsand and Mrs. Cornelius Reierson. Neighbors, relatives and friends gathered Saturday for a social evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Enock K. Mork, in spite of the bad weather. Those present were: Mil- 10 DAY ANNUAL. . . CLEARANCE SALE OF "Odds and Ends" SEE BOTH VARIETY AND HARDWARE DEPARTMENTS FOR SPECIALS. POSTVILLE FEED MILL Elmer Ponsar, Prop. al| Postville ill I Phone 86 4-7731 GET THOSE . . . BABY PIGS OFF TO A FAST START § | i i § 1 • l | i Use Hubbard Sunshine Booster NURS-A-LAC PELLETS Loaded with MILK, SUGAR, ROLLED OATS, VITAMINS and ANTIBIQTICS. —H— Postville Feed Mill • Phone 86 4-7731 Postville, Iowa m A Shipment of . . . BLOOMING AZALEAS JUST RECEIVED FROM FLORIDA SPECIALLY PRICED Reg. 79c Reg. $1.19 Now 69c Now 98c Koevenig's Store Postville, Iowa Phone 86 4-3511 GET YOUR LAYER FACTS STRAIGHT FROM THIS NEW USDA BULLETIN 1958-59 Combined Summary ^ j' <• ^ Random Sample WV*-.*-* Egg Production Tests >V; * ^bfoftf^ USDA Bulletin ARS 44-79, BULLETIN FIGURES FOR 11 WELL-KNOWN LAYER Variety Income Over Feed & Chick Cost Eggs Hen Housed Lbs. Feed Per Doz. Average Egg Wt. Per Doz. Laying House Mortality Hy-line 934-C $3.08 229.8 4.2 25.5 4.6% Layer "A" 2.82 229.3 4.4 24.9 10.0 Layer "B" 2.72 219.2 4.5 25.7 7.6 Layer "C" 2.71 227.1 4.4 24.2 7.3 Layer "D" 2.65 214.1 4.4 25.0 10.8 Layer "E" 2.62 216.1 4.5 25.0 12.7 Layer "F" 2.61 222.8 4.4 25.5 13.6 Layer "G" 2.51 213.0 4.6 25.3 10.9 Layer "H" 2.45 212.5 4.6 25.0 11.5 Layer "1" 2.41 220.3 4.6 24.8 16.3 Layer"J" 2.37 213.7 4.5 25.2 11.6 NOT :: USDA Bulletin gives actual breeder name and variety number instead of "Layer A", etc. This new USDA bulletin shows Hy-Line 934-C at the top of all 167 varieties entered in official 1958-59 Random Sample Testa. Hy-Line 934-C Ranks: 1st — Income over feed and chick cost 1st — Laying house livability 2nd — Feed conversion (topped only by another Hy-Line variety) Look at the summary above. See how consistently Hy-Line 934-C tops the other well-known layers in the major profit points. If you'd like to get the complete report, write to the Agricultural Research Service, Washington 25, D.C. Or, ask us for a copy. If Eggs Are Your Business Make Hy-Line Your Chick ORDER YOUR HY.UNE®CHICKS NOW OVERLAND HATCHERY POSTVILLE, IOWA PHONE 86 4-3122

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