Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 1, 1961 · Page 5
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Wednesday, March 8 at 2:00 p. m., at the home of Mrs. Ed McNeil with Rose McNeil as co-hostess. Wednesday and Friday, 7:30 p. m.—Mass. St. Paul's Lutheran Church C. E. Witt, Pastor Justin Silvius, Assistant Pastor Clermont Lutheran Parish John D. Kronlokkcn, Pastor ijty Presbyterian [Church |T. Martin, Pastor — Morning worship -Sunday School. -Church Night repast j, A motion picture, Kingdoms" will be irol and Youth choirs j Thursday after school. |8:00 p. m. — Chancel jclcs of the Women's ire meeting this week |ception of the Easter will meet Tuesday, : 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. |een and Mrs. Ruby •hostesses. fidget's Church Vallaster, Pastor fwass at 7:30 a. m. .sses — 8:00 and 10:00 tMass at 8:30 a. m.,. fol- latechetical Instruction •lasses at 6:00 a. m. and will be heard every om 3:00 to 5:30 and , J:30 p. m. t's Circle will meet on Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. — Lenten Service at East Church followed by Film "Song of Sumatra" (Color and Sound). Thursday, 9:30 a. m. — Radio KWLC "Stalland Lecture". 2:00 p. m.—East ALCW meeting. Hostesses are: Mrs. Norman Leiran, Mrs. Norman Amundson, Mrs. Henry Anderson, Mrs. Andrew Watt- rud, Mrs. Charles Thorson; program, Mrs. Hildor Bilden and Mrs. Helmer Lyngaas. 7:30 p. m.—East Junior Choir. 8:00 p. m.—Evening Division ot West ALCW meets at Church with Mrs. Leo Woods and Mrs. Alan Seabrooke, hostesses. Saturday, Confirmation classes at regular time. Sunday, March 5—Mission Sunday. The Rev. Nilson Manoela, a native pastor of Madagascar, on study leave to our Seminary in St. Paul, will be our Mission speaker. 9:30 a. m.—West Morning Service, followed by Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—East Morning Service. 10:00—Sunday School. Potluck dinner at East Church. 1 :30. p. m.—Informal service with Rev. Manoela. Wednesday, 2:00 and 7:30—Lenten services at the church. Sermon title. "Bless This House — As We Comfort one Another." 3:45 —Cherub and Children's choir rehearsals. Thursday, 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 — Sunday Church School Teachers meeting. Tuesday, C:30 — MOTC dinner meeting. six dollar fee for a week's run of .coming up last Saturday with Gil- the Huntley moving picture show. Ibert Sanders, who drove up from A group from the north side of!Solon for a visit here to his i ami- town appeared before the council | ly, and returning to Cedar Rapids Remember When-? FIFTY YEARS AGO Interesting Items From the Files of "The Volksblatt" Published In March 10, 1911 Postville U. B. Church Clifton W. Ellcrbeck Morning worsnip at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. sooosoeososoeeeoo PEN FOR BUSINESS have moved to our new location in the Hofer on South Lawler, (near Lutheran Church) and n — WEDNESDAY, MARCH 1 REPAIRING )f All Electrical Appliances And Electrical Equipment FREE ESTIMATES ? REE PICKUP AND DELIVERY ELLIS APPLIANCE SERVICE 4-3318 Postville, Iowa sosososooseososa March thus far has been acting like a lamb. The Fred Baltz family has moved to Castalia. Miss Louise Foels is the new clerk in the Farmers Store. A Maekenstadt and wife have a baby girl at their home. The Fred Opfer home in Ludlow has a baby boy since February 24. 24. Otto Kirkeby of Decorah is the new chef at the Commercial Hotel. Fred Ruckdaschel has moved into the house belonging to his father. Charley Reincke has rented the Waters Bros, farm for the coming year. Lee Bellows has been appointed as night agent ;it the Rock Island depot. Ira Riley and family on Monday mined into the Mrs. McMaster house. Mrs. A C. Tatro. aged 66 years, passed away at her home near Castalia Friday. Alfred Schullz has been chosen as section boss for the Rock Island line at Castalia. Jessie Schroeder has been engaged to teach the Springfield school for the coming term. William Miene has rented the RafTerty farm south of Postville and the family moved there last week. Lee Folsom and Leonard Hammel have rented and moved onto the Ruckdaschel farm south of Postville. M. L. Thayer of Cresco has rented the Hugh Shepherd building and will start a cigar factory therein April 1. Harry Reinhardt has purchased the 120 acre farm which he has been renting from Conrad Welzel for S125 per acre. Dr. A. A. Schmidt has purchased two building lots from G. E. Eaton for $1000 and expects to erect a hospital and dwelling house this summer. At the last meeting of the town council the salary of the marshal was fixed at $45 per month and he is to remain on duty to midnight. The Turner society was charged a and requested water service which was referred to the water committee. William Dell has purchased the 100 acre Henry Walk farm near Luana for $6300 and takes possession April 1, when Mr. Walk moves to Monona. R. D. Sams and Arthur Behrens are driving gas buggies since Monday when L. A. Walch of Monona delivered an automobile to each of these gentlemen. The John C. Thoma family has moved back here from Waukon. and is occupying quarters in their building in which J. C. may open a restaurant business. Luana voted to incorporate as a town at the election held Tuesday. Of the 31 votes cast, 17 were for the plan and 11 against; three ballots were spoiled. An election for toWn officers will now be called. The Hart-Beucher Auto Company received a shipment of three automobiles last week. It made quite a parade and attracted considerable attention when they were removed from the cars and down to the garage. Grand Meadow township school districts will hold their annual election next Monday in district No. 7 school house. They are to vote on the question of consolidating all school of the township into one district. with him again on Sunday afternoon. IOWA SIXTH IN ROADS Iowa has about 111,500 miles of roads and streets, the sixth highest state total in the nation. Wednesday, March 1, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 PROOF OF WILL, Probate No. 730J TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Interesting Items From the Files of the Postville Herald of March 5, 1936 County Treasurer Clarence C Hoth of Waukon resigned his position last week for the purpose of accepting a position as assistant cashier of the Citizens State Bank in Postville. Mr. Hoth will take his new position here on April 15th. Postville friends of Mr. and Mrs Art Kamp of Luana will sympa thize with them in the serious misfortune that befell them at their home near Luana on Friday morning last about 2 o'clock, when their home was destroyed by Are. The Interstate Power Company] has announced a new low electric rate for the months of March, April, May and June. This new plan of the light company offers its customers electricity at 2c per KWH for all electricity used over and above the amount used in the same months of last year plus a small addition for normal yearly increases. Mrs. C. Dillon Lowell invites the public to attend her presental of Gerald Schroeder in a piano recital at hor home next Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. Gerald will play 15 numbers which he has learned and memorized during the past month. Leon Birdsell now drives his star mail route from Postville to Fayette daily, except Sunday, the route being lengthened from West Union to Fayette on March 1. Walter Bugenhagen of Luana moved into the John Ruckdaschel farm, south of Postville. Melvin Peterson, who had been occupying this farm has moved to the Chet Ponrson farm between Postville and Hardin. Kay Beucher and Margaret Sebastian of Coe College, Cedar Rapids, were weekend visitors here in the homes of their parents, Proceedings of the Postville Town Council This notice contains information concerning the business of Postville town government. It appears in the public interest, for the public good. A speclnl meotinK of the Town Council \ of Postville was held in the Council Room, Memorial Halt, at 7:00 o'clock P. M. on February 24, 1961, with Mayor B. A. Davis presiding. Councilmen present: Stanley W. Schroeder, Edward W. Kozelka,, Rudy C. Huebner. Councilmen absent: A. Burr Cook and K. Ted Green. Also present: Bert B. Hanson and Rocer Hanson of Bert B. Hanson and Associates, Inc., engineers, West Union, Iowa. Purpose of the meeting: to consider and take action on enRaging lawyers to furnish proceedings and bond opinions In connection with the ntreet improvement profrram to be undertaken in 1961 and. to examine assessment plats prepared by the engineers. On motion, the law firm of Bannister, Carpenter, Ahlers and Cooney, Des Moines, Iowa, was retained to furnish proceedings and render bond opinions In connection with the street improvement program to be undertaken in 1961. The Council examined in detail the assessment plats prepared by the engineers showing each lot and parcel in the town to be assessed for the cost of the street improvement program. The Council decided to begin the process of fixing the actual value of each lot and parcel as provided by law at a meeting on February 28, 1961. Adjournment at 9:45 P. M. JOSEPH B. STEELE, Town Clerk To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Fred Landt, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read In the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa,- in and for Allamakee County, and that March 14, 1961, at 10 :00 o'clock A. M. has been set for hearing the proof of said Will, in said Court. Witness my hand and the seal of said Court this 26th day of February 1901, (SEAL) LLOYD R. KOLSRUD. Clerk of District Court. Attorney for Estate Joseph B. Steele, Postville, Iowa. Published in the Postville Herald, one week, March 1, 1961. SCHOOL BUS TRAFFIC Nearly 34 per cent of all U. S. school children ride buses to school. Some 11.4. million students use 165,000 buses every school day. tllllllllMlllllltllltmilltllllllttllllHIIlltlMltlMIIIIIMMIilllll ORDER NOW ; v Special dis- "*\j.„3 count for early order and de- S livery. For best storage of silage or high moist gram demand a heavy duty hand plastered silo with heavy hooping. We also offer a complete automatic feeding system. Terms can be arranged. Write or phone collect. B. & P. Silo Co. NEW HAMPTON, IOWA MHIMmiHIMMIIHIIIItlllinilMlltllltlMIMIIIIMmMIIIIIII pth every 3 pairs of your pet EAMLESS SUPREME BY NAOJ U D HOSIERY lour pet stocking style! Get a gay. whi "£l | pet free! 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