Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 1, 1961 · Page 2
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 1, 1961
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 1, 1901 Luana News MRS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent St. John 's Lutheran Church L. W. Reuther. Pastor Sunday. March 5, 9:30 a. m.— Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Thursday, March 2. 7:15 p. m.— Junior choir Tehearsal. Monday. March 6, 7:30 p. m.— Sunday school staff. Wednesday, March 8, 7:30 p. m.— Lenten service. Methodist Church E. Wayne Hilmer, Pastor "There is a vast difference between putting your nose in other people's business and putting your heart into their problems." 9:15 a. m. — Morning Worship. Children's Story. "The Heifer Project." Sermon. "The Fourth Cross on Calvary." 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. Thursday. 1:30 to 3:00 p. m.— Study of Basic Christian Beliefs at the Monona Church. Other Luana News. Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Nelson of Sherrill -were visitors in the Gossman and Staley homes Tuesday afternoon. Wm. F. Landt is in St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapids where he underwent surgery Saturday. His room number is E-591. Uelbert Ereitsprecher is a medical patient in the hospital in Independence. Lawrence Schultz, Louis Wagner, Arthur Berg and Carl Bundrick attended the mayor's banquet at Garnavillo Tuesday evening. Mrs. Henry Gisleson, accompanied by Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum of Monona and Mrs. Howard Stumme of Postville went to Cedar Rapids Friday to meet Nancy Linderbaum and Jo Lena Gisleson. who came via United Airlines to spend the weekend. They returned to Omaha Sunday to resume their studies at P. T. I. Mrs. Charlotte Brown accompanied her daughter, Mrs. Charles Swallom and son, who spent a week here to her home in Cedar Rapids, for a weekend visit in the Swallom home. Mr. and Mrs.. Arthur H. Berg attended the funeral services for Miss Emma Ziegler at Monona in the Methodist church Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knuth and UPSTAIRS i > Y rW> If so, switch to GREEN COLONIAL HEATING! All your home will be comfortable with Green Colonial heating. A tailored-to-fit installation puts just the right amount of heat in every room. Contact the authorized dealer below right away for oil, gas or coal heat. GUS' Heating and Plumbing .Loren Meyer Postville, Iowa COLONIAL |||^ji'Mi4.i .nrfr children of Independence were Saturday afternoon and supper guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. Amanda Knuth. Mrs. Abbie Dunning went to Decorah Sunday to spend a week with her son-iri-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Cook. Robert Krambecr and Robert Ruckharber, who spent a few months in Arizona, returned home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Collins, Rickie and Craig and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Collins and Robin were dinner guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Minnie Collins. Mr. and Mrs. William Staley, Crystal and Kathleen and Mrs. Elsa Gossman spent Saturday evening ih'the Walter and Noi-bert Dettman home'to'help Mrs. Walter Dettman and Mrs. Norbert Dettman celebrate their birthdays. Mrs. Edna Smith went to Waukon Saturday for an over Sunday visit with Mrs. Julia Welter. The third meeting of "Your Stake in Iowa's Future" was held Sunday evening at the Loren Leas home. Those participating in this series of meetings discussing Iowa's future are: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Starkey, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Han- garther, Mr. and "Mrs. Adrian Riveland and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas. Jean Marie Rose of Rock Falls, Illinois came Friday for a visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose: Ziegler Rites Held Sunday Funeral services were held Sunday afternoon at the Methodist Church in Monona for Emma Ziegler, who passed away on February 22. Emma Louisa, daughter of George, Sr. and Maria Bierbaum Ziegler, was born in Clayton county on October 3, 1881, and died at Oakdale on February 22. 1961, at the age of 79 years, four months and 19 days. She had been in poor health for one year, dating from a* fall in her home in February, 1960. She tvas educated in the Clayton courity schools, 'baptized in 1882 and confirmed at Garnavillo, and became a member of the Monona Methodist Church in 1924. She spent 'practically her entire life in the nursing profession, in addition to operating an apartment house in Monona. She was a member of the Woman's Relief Corps and the Rebecca Lodge. She "was preceded in death by her parents; five brothers, George, Henry, Charles. Albert and Chris: three sisters, Elizabeth (Mrs. Henry Wilke) of Postville. Clara (Mrs. Roy Tapper) of Monona, and Margaret. Surviving to mourn are two sisters, Mrs. Flora McNally of Postville and Mrs. Kate Eibel of Chicago; many nephews and nieces and other more distant relatives, and a great number of people she nursed to health, as well as many other friends. Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. — Lenten service. Senior choir. Saturday, 9:00-11:30 — Confirmation class. Sunday, 9:30 a. m. — Sunday School. 10:30—Worship service. 7:00 p. m.—Luther League banquet honoring \ conftfmands. The Rev. R. C. ScHlueter of 'Monona is guest speaker. Monday, March 6 —Church council. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. 'Bttrch Wednesday, 8500—Lenten "service. Sunday, 9 :30— Sunday Schbol. 10:30—Worship service. World Service Day of "the E7U.B. church was observed Sunday, February 26. Miss Sofia Law, a Chinese student at Luther college was the speaker. Miss Law was a teacher in the Public schools in Hong Kong, teaching music, mathematics and social studies. She told facts of her homeland. Other Castalia News. The M. C. A. club met at the home of Mrs. Marie Meyer Thursday afternoon with Mrs. Arho Timmerman co-hostess. The members present were: ^ilrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Harold Harvey, 'Mifs. 3tu 'ebeh Monroe, Mrs. Herman Reckward, Mrs. Alvin Blumhagen, Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Gottlieb Lirrikemahn, Mrs. Florence Albright, Mrs. Miles Ames, Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Mrs. Ernest Burch. Mrs. Donald IBrockway was present and she ' joined the club. Visitors were Will Timmerman, Mrs. Ward Bachelder and Mrs. Elmer Schultz. Seventeen Bloomfield township homemakers attended the "In Between Snacks" lesson at the Mrs. Marie Meyer's home Tuesday. The lesson was given by Mrs. Robert Brandt and Mrs. Milton Koenig. Carol Hawkins gave a demonstration on "Good Nutrition." Mrs. Clara Koenig entertained the Embroidery club at her home Thursday afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. Ralph Schultz of Ossian, Mrs. Lafe Lampman and Mrs. Damond Meyer of Postville, Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus, Mrs. Clifford Stee, Mrs. Ray Schara, Mrs. John Kluss and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Visitors were Mrs. Walter Pfeffer and Mrs. Otto Hager. Mrs. Eugene Schroeder was hostess to the Tuesday club at it's regular monthly meeting, February 14. Mrs. Art Swendsen and Mrs. Milton Helgerson gave a lesson on the different types of floor coverings, their wearability, cleanability and how to care for them. A silent auction was held on articles brought by members. Entertainment was provided by Mrs. Thomas Osmundson and lunch served by Frese Garage Phone 86 4-3714 Postville, la. General Repairing Service * Inland Tires Mopar Parts Mopar Batteries Pennzoil Wrecker Service Ruby's Fashion Shop Postville, Iowa the hostess. Members present were: Mrs. Clifford Osmundson, Mrs. Virgil Martins, Lorene Schweinefus, Mrs. Earle Corlett, Mrs. Mike Finnegan and Michael, Mrs. Carmie Peterson, Mrs. Thomas Osmundson. Mrs. Kenneth Kipp and Darrel, Mrs. Art Svendsen. Mrs. Clem Bohr, Mrs. Milton Helgerson, Shirley Mundt, Mrs. Rueben Schuttc and Marcia, Mrs. Lena Mundt, Mrs. Lyle Breitsprecher, Mrs. Virgil Birdsell, Mrs. Wayne Dahms, Mrs. Herbert Schroeder, Myrtle Stavnes and "Mrs. Niliis Imbehl. Guests included Mrs. Mittelstadt. Mrs. Leon Everman and children and Mrs. Wayne Xlmiherman. Wednesday afternoon guests in the Will SchaVe hom'e were Mrs. Arho Timme'iihan, Mrs. Will Timmerman, Mrs. Walter Pfeffer, Mrs. Edwin Ehgelhardt and Mrs. Harlan Stee. Saturday afternoon guests "were Mrs. Elmer Hbth, Mrs. Fred •Schara, Mrs. Luver Schultz and Mrs. Ed Schlee. These guests surprised the Sehaves and lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. . Mr. and Mrs. Owen Thorson of New Albin spent Thursday afternoon •with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reck- "vard spent Sunday with the Blues. "Mrs. Rose Mundt of Ossian spent SUn'day in the Mrs. Minnie Mundt hbme. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster and girls were Saturday night picnic supper guests in the Elmer Stiles home in West Union. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe visited -with Mrs. Amanda Kohrs and Louis and Merlin Harnack in Postville Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bigler of Decorah visited in the Clifford Stee home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weller and Candy of McGregor and Lee Enyart were guests Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt spent Sunday afternoon with Mrs. R. W. Engelhardt in Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preuss, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Preuss and Merle Monroe attended the funeral of Lewis McNally at the Gunder Lutheran church Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and family spent Sunday in the Ernie Lange home in McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and Sandra spent the weekend with Sharon in Cedar Rapids at the home of Mrs. Lydia Des Camps. The Rev. and Mrs. Walter Pfeffer and family spent Sunday with Paul in La Crosse. They also visited with the Rev. Anderson of Calmar, who is a patient at the La Crosse Lutheran hospital. Jim Schultz, a student at Ames is spending a few days with his folks, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz and Alan. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hagensack visited Sunday with friends in Waukon. Mrs. Elsie Schultz was a Sunday guest in the Eugene Schroeder home. Sunday picnic dinner guests in the Fred Everman home were Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson and family. Mrs. Sophia Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Evennnn and fami-| ly, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman] and Jim and Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer. They observed the 40th. wedding anniversary at Mr. and. Mrs. Fred Everman. | Mrs. Minnie Mundt and Verla I called at the Lyle Breitsprecher I home where they visited with Mrs. Emma Breitsprecher. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Monroe and girls i attended the wedding of Lois Jac- 1 obson and Lyle Johanson at the Zion Lutheran church in West Union Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preuss and Mrs. Elsie Schultz visited Sunday 'evening in the Charles Schutte home in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster, Cheryl and Mavis were Sunday supper guests in the Earl Gilster home in Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Mary Kay Hangartner visited Sunday evening •with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Carlaus Meyer of Amana spent the week-end in his home. Gunder News MRS. CORNELIUS REIERSON Correspondent Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mathrc, Pastor Thursday, March 2. 7:30 p. m.— Junior Choir practice. Friday. March 3. 8:00 p. m.—Sen­ ior Choir practice. The Senior Choir is now meeting only every other week. Saturday. March 4. 9:00 a. m.— Junior confirmation. Sunday, March 5. 11:00 a. m.— Worship. 9:45 a. m. — Sunday Church School. Communion services in both congregations next Sunday. March 5. Film topic for Mid-week Services at both congregations will be: "The Betrayal in Gethsemene". The meditation will be on the petition of the Lord's Prayer—"Thy Will be Done", entitled. The Serving Son. Other Gunder News. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schuttc and family of Castalia and Mr. and Mrs. Marion Olson and family of Monona were Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Olson home. Mrs. Morris Amundson, Janet, David and Steven and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Amundson and family of Clermont were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Harold Opsand home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Thorsgaard and family of St. Olaf were Sunday ' evening visitors in the Myron J Houg home. i Brenda Bilden was an over night guest of Betty Reierson Monday. | Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reierson and ; family visited Sunday afternoon in the Elmer Heiden home at St. Olaf. Dixie Reierson spent Saturday with Betty Reierson. I Mr, and Mrs. Victor Guyer were dinner guests Wednesday in the Orvin Loftsgard home. Leslie Guycr was a weekend visitor in the Orvin Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard wore Friday evening visitors in the Henry Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin tioftsgard and family were Sunday "evening supper guests of the Keith Brainard family in Postville. "Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjo'sa Visited Sunday afternoon in the Oliver Johnson home in St. Olaf and with Tillie Kjosa, there. Theodore Kjosa and his roommate James Gurtnelsbn "of Luther college, Decorah, spent Saturday in the Kenneth Kjosa home. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Reierson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anfinson of West Union Sunday to Chester, where they were sirpper guests of the Mayhard Ladwig family. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson and family were Tuesday evening visitors in the Robert Frie'derich home in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Eberling and children of Postville were Friday evening supper guests in the Joseph Reierson home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Tilpher Bilden home. Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard spent Wednesday in the Tilpher Bilden home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson visited Sunday evening in the Gerald Winter home. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Naylor of West Union were Sunday dinner guests in the Otto Gisleson 'home. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Simpson and Linus of Hudson, Wisconsin and Enock T. Mork of Postville were Saturday afternoon visitors of Mrs. Mollie Mork in the Emory Landsgard home. Sunday afternoon an <l Oito Meillen there. Mr. and Mrs. KCM and family were guests in the T. L.U Afternoon visitors Mrs. Mcrvln Reiet S( » Gisleson and Milo. honor of Mrs. 87th birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Maffi Manchester were Suffl visitors in the ChtlS . 'Mr. and Mrs, Mtttilf 'Sunday afternoon ' guests in the Glormj) In Elkader and visly Belle Olson of Nashui, Mrs. Selmer Holm" day afternoon Kurth. Mr. and Mrs. Vebjoj Mr. and Mrs. Will Henry Nyberg and "Mr. son were Saturday »"'• guests in the Selrntt Mr. and Mrs. floji and family of Wadena dinner guests in th?" home in honor of 1 birthday. Others sh; sion in the afternoon' Mrs. Olvin Olson art Mr. and Mrs. John family. Mr. and Mrs. Elm of Clermont were a noon coffee guests in i berg home. Mr. and Mrs. ux were Sunday dinner" Waldo Embretson hoa noon visitors in ftt home in St. Olaf. COST OP AC~ ! Statistics prove thai of accidents on the highways are only great as an other rtij in accident costs alia nance the costs o! & system. ANNOUNCEMEN1 We have added the services of a , new beauty operator MISS. DOROTHY PAPE OF WEST UNION Miss Pape has had previous experience b Beauty Shops in Waukon and Calmar. MAX-WIN BEAUTY SHOfl Phone 86 4-3326 PostvillJ 11 ANNOUNCING r HI-FI ALBUM SPECIAL PURCHASE • THANK YOU We have sold Hi-Way Lanes to Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlee, the change in management taking place today, Wednesday. It has been our pleasure to build the bowling alley in Postville and to have operated it for the past three years. We have enjoyed the many fine friendships and business associations the bowling lanes have 'provided us. It has been our pleasure to serve you. We commend the new owners — Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlee, and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wes Halvorsoh, who wall help operate the lanes — to the bowling public and wish them the best in bowling business in Postville. MR. and MRS. HARLEY RADL0FF, Sr. MR. and MRS. HARLEY RADL0FF, Jr. • YOU ARE INVITED We have purchased the Hi- Way Lanes from the Harley Radloff families and are taking over active management today, Wednesday. We will continue to operate Hi-Way Lanes to give the best service to the bowling public. League bowling, as now in operation, will continue unchanged. A bowling tournament is being planned and will be announced later. We invite you to make Hi- Way Lanes your recreation Headquarters — for bowling or for a snack at the Cafe. We will be pleased to meet the many friends of Hi-Way Lanes. MR. and MRS. LEONARD SCHLEE MR. and MRS. WES HALV0RS0N c While They Last Music To Fit Every Taste ttltlllMIIIHIIIIIMIMIIItHlllin THE DOUGLASS PHARMAtj POSTVILLE, IOWA •IMBlllilMIHIMKtMWWBipffillMMMIMllBMimMal 4^ CIMt-fMU "Somebody Used to Siphon Gas From.. Tank Until I Installed Li' "G*® 1 Land's sake, what will they think of j "*fJ But no matter what, it won't be W$ «" I know how to service it to perfection. I CASTEN OIL COMPANf PHONE 86 4-3414 P0STVlU*|

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