Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 1, 1961 · Page 6
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Postville Herald POSTVILLE. IOWA PUBLISHED WEEKLY «fBd*l N «w*psp «r for AlUmakte County and Town of Postville CRIford W. DcGnrmo and Frtd L. Martin Publishers SntermJ at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE SS.00 Per Year — $5.50 for 2 Years in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties tS.SO Per Year — S6.50 for 2 Years Outside of Four County area, NATIONAL EDITORIAL ] AS(p5C|£jTI(|>N Wednesday, March 1, 1961 Everett Cook spent Saturday and Sunday in Chicago attending the .auto show.. Mrs. Winfield Masonhall spent ihs weekend visiting with her mo- Sier, Mrs. Sophia Wenger in Waterloo. "Mrs. Vince Holly attended the funeral of Irving Crawford at Frankville Saturday and also called on Mrs. Maggie BirdseH. *fary Kay Trappe and Carolyn Malm of Burlington, students at Iowa State Teachers college, Cedar Falls were weekend guests in the borne of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trappe. Start Having Easter Cleaning Done Now At GORDANIER CLEANERS Phone 86 4-3813 Postville, la. Norma Behnken of Oelwein was a weekend visitor in the Walter Behnken home. Carolyn Martin, student at Coo college, Cedar Rapids, danced in the 50th annual Colonial Ball last Wednesday at the college. Stanley Schroeder, in company with Dr. Robert Myers of Guttenberg, spent the weekend in Chicago attending the auto show. First Lieutenant and Mrs. Herbert Morch of Topeka, Kansas spent the weekend of February 18 in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Morch. Ellis Appliance Service is moving into the Hofe'r building on south Lawler street and will be open for business today, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brandt and Jeffery of Ames returned Monday after spending the weekend in the Ewald Brandt and Dayton Goddard homes. Mr. and Mrs. Walden Piehn and family of Harmony, Minnesota were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and family. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier and girls were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sherburne and family in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Reinhardt moved last week into their home on East Front Street recently purchased from Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reinhardt. Col. Robert E. Harrington of Washington, D. C. spent from last Wednesday until Saturday visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz returned Wednesday from a three week visit in Florida with Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson in Zephyrhills and other friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass returned last Thursday from an extended visit in Santa Monica and Novato, California, Denver, Colorado and Tucson, Arizona. i„„i»nr Indies of scouts gathered, they marked the! test sponsored hv «. Twenty-five ^•"jf" \o enter- achievements and elective* they illary of the SoU? 61 Allamakee county helped w _tim.^ »^ u „ mioll ^ the week. AJnnUrlct CnmmJ*' "»-••--- h pn tients at had finished during the week. Alan trict Commission,.™ tain the mental ^ m y a ' ukon ]ast M(u . tin dale called roll and the dues I boys nn,i „,.,. it the county home in Friday. Those from here were; were Mrfcus Miller. Mrs. Ed Looney. Sr Mrs. Roy KniRht. Mrs John Bin-row and Mrs. Harold Chnstof- ferson. Rites Held For Friends have received word from| the Harold Gambles, former P ost -'l| C DpAlJtfH ville residents now living in State, g\Qy DlUWII Center, that Mrs. Gamble suffered j a broken hip in a fall last week Mr. and Mrs. Clark Lindsey and family were weekend guests in the home' of Mrs. Lindsey's father, Emory Hubbartt at Bloomfield and also visited relatives in Lancaster, Missouri. Dennis Eder and Paul Williams of Marshalltown, students at the State University of Iowa. Iowa City were overnight guests Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Eder and Pamela. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Christofferson moved last week into their home on West Post Street. Mr. and Mrs. John Rothmeyer and family moved onto the farm northeast of Postville vacated by the Christofferson's. Donna Meyer accompanied by Judy Remillard of West Bend, Wisconsin and Mary Martins, students at Carthage college, Carthage. Illinois spent the weekend in the Willard A. Meyer and John Martins homes. Mr. and Mrs.' Will Kugel celebrated their 45th wedding anniversary Wednesday evening. Guests preswere: Vernon Kugel, Robert and Daniel, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kugel, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kamp and Randy, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Lee, Jacob, John and Jackie Ann, and Mr. and Mrs.. Ronald Blumhagen, Jon and Jyi. » Dinner guests Sunday, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman were the Verla Heusman family of Cedar Rapids honoring Marilyn and Julie Heusman who had birthdays in February. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook spent from Friday until Monday visiting Mr. and Mrs. Garry Carman in Berwyn, Illinois and also attended the auto show at McCormick Place in Chicago on Saturday. Mrs. Emma Livingood returned Sunday from a six weeks visit in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Masaracchia and family in Morton Grove, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Livingood and family at Port Deposit, Maryland. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer returned Saturday evening from a several weeks visit with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Meyer at Tuscon, Arizona and with their daughter, Mary Meyer at Flagstaff, Arizona. The I. O. O. F. fish fry originally scheduled for March 11 was rescheduled one week later to March 18 because of a conflict in dates with the person who will be frying the fish. The fish fry will be held Saturday, March 18. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Vickery and children of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Jon White and son and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Chopard of Edgewood and Mrs. Minnie Able of Arlington were dinner guests Sunday in the Thomas Vickery home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niggan and girls and Eileen Niggan of Rochester, Minnesota were afternoon and supper guest.s gckA&edeto MARKET •COUPON: CUT OUT THIS COUPON AND SAVE FOR THE SNEEZIN' SEASON Kleenex Tissues Box of 200 — Only •COUPON: * QUALITY MEATS... OSCAR MAYER — SLICED BEEF pkg. 29c CUT UP — READY TO COOK LUDEFISK 2% lb. Box $1.09 GULF KIST — U. S. GRADE A Breaded Shrimp 2 lb. Box $1.98 DUBUQUE Sandwich Spread 8 oz. Roll 29c EAT-WELL SPAGHETTI 2 cans for 25c FRUIT-TIME PRESERVES — • PEACH • APPLE • CHERRY GRAPE Large 24 oz. • APRICOT Your Choice j ar 49c DOLLY MADISON Ice Cream Vl gal. 79c EAT-WELL — Pork and Beans Red Kidney Beans 00 FOR BETTER CLEANING HI-LEX BLEACH Gallon 49c KENDALL MILK FILTERS 1 Box 69c 3 Boxes $1.89 part n/. I . r Funeral services were held Tuesday afternoon. February 21, nt the Luana Methodist Church for Roy E. Brown, 70, of Luana who passed away at Postville Hospital on Sunda v, February 1!), Roy Edward, son of Rufus and Word 'has been received here of!? 101 * l^l WM T""'" - ... i Loup City. Nebraska, on January Mr. and Mrs. Vince Holly were in Monona Sunday to attend the 40th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Schlitter and the 25th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Dave Krammerer. the death of Frank Gates of King Wisconsin on February 26. Mr. Gates was a resident of Postville until 1919. and was a former manager of Postville's Light Company. Postville, Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow arm grandsons Michael and Mark Calhoun, drove to Hawkeye Sunday ^ ne ca ,oup - . 11. 1891. and died at row;., on February 19. 1961, at the a"e of 70 years, one month and cfaht davs. ' More than four years ago he ' suffered a stroke, from which he recovered only sufficiently enoush to visit with friends around the house and take trips in ..... collected. The Flaj? Ceremony was led by Gary Suddendorf. During the meeting they drew names for the characters in the skit for the March pack meeting and went through the skit. Tommy Plaht treated the boys to cup cakes decorated for Washington's birthday. The Living Circle and Cub Scout Promise closed the meeting. Den III met on February 27 at the home of their Don Mother, Mrs. Eugene Suddendorf. As the boys gathered the dues were collected and roll call was answered by all present. Alan Martin'dnle. led the Flag Ceremony and the remainder of the meeting time was spent working on scenery for the skit for the March pack meeting. The meeting adjourned with The Living Circle and the Cub Scout Promise. Mrs. Suddendorf furnished the treat. The next meeting will be on Tuesday, March 7. and attended an open house for the 60th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz. Mrs. Fritz is a sister of Mr. Burrow. Carolyn Martin, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. W. T. Martin, was initiated into the Alpha Gamma Delta Sorority last week at Coe college. She was also made a new member of the Mu Phi Epsilon honorary musical society. Mrs. Emma Livingood, Mrs. Jessie Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kirkestue left today for Texas where they will visit Mr. and Mrs. William Beisker at Sherman and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood at McAllen for two weeks. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutte and family of Monona moved today to the Clarence Morarend farm west of Postville. Former tenants of the farm, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Helgerson and family moved to the Alfred Buraas farm south of town. Dr. and Mrs. Russell Palmer left Saturday to spend the weekend in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kruse in Gary, Indiana and will spend from Monday through the remainder of the week in Chicago where Dr. Palmer will attend the annual Clinical Conference of the Chicago Medical Society. The following students at Iowa State University, Ames, are spending their spring quarter break in their parental homes: John Eno, James Schultz, Larry Gruel. Bob Brandt, Bonnie Meyer, Donna Leubka. Duane Baltz. William James, John Waters, and Beverly Green accompanied by her roommate, Alice Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kozelka were given a surprise wedding anniversary party Sunday at their home with the following guests: Mrs. Emma Gunderson of Clermont, Verla Gunderson of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tayek of Monona. Herbert Haas of Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. Merril Gunderson and Joan and William Kozelka. Mr. and Mrs. Kozelka observed their 20th wedding anniversary Friday. He was educated in Nebraska and Illinois schools. On January 1. 1927. he was married to Charlotte Wilkins, and soon after they moved to Luana from cast of Monona. He has always been a factor of the community life of Luana. having served in the capacities of town clerk, water superintendent, assistant telephone operator, and schoolbus driver. He served in the army one year (almost all of that time being overseas) and was a member of the American Legion and the Veterans of Foreign Wars. He was also a member of the Odd Fellow Lodge. Surviving to mourn his death are his wife, Charlotte of Luana: three daughters, Bet.ty iMrs. Kenneth Dankert) of Cedar Rapids. June (Mrs. Charles Swallom) of Cedar Rapids, and Rose (Mrs. Jack Perkins) of Martelle: three sisters, Sarah (Mrs. Frank Mielke) of Rossville. Ethel (Mrs. Harmey Russell) of New Boston. Illinois, and Agnes (Mrs. Jerry Hawkins) of Waterville: five brothers, Charles of Wau kon. William of Waterville. Darwin of Luana. Wray of Clinton, and Bruce of Blencoe: nine grandchildren: many more-distant relatives: and the many friends he made through the years. BIG FOUR 4-H CLUB IIAS FEBRUARY MEET The regular meeting of the Big-4 •1-H Club was held at the Memorial Hall on February 13. Roll call was "A seed I remember identifying at the last meeting". A donation of $5.00 was given the 4-H Care program. A report from the county extension office showed that the bovs 4-H basketball tournaments will be February 28 and March 3. 7 and 10 at Waterville. David Lawson gave a talk on "Fertilizers". The members then held a group discussion on the subject. A lunch was served by the Lorenz Kuhse and Vernon Kugel families. Next month the Cloy Lawson and Arthur Larson families will be in charge of the lunch. Joann Koth. reporter. boys and nlrls in tht In Junior or Senior Three 11ri7 .es ave tot at each of three k-vcli, and $1.00 for county $15.00 and $5.00 tor ners, and $50.00, to the state winners. Further intormaUot tnined at the U. S. & tion Service office in' SPEECH CONTEST IN CONSERVATION Cub Den Has Regular Meet "How Soil and Water Conservation Affects My Future" is the topic of discussion for a speech contest to be held before May 1, Garland Byrnes. Chairman of the Allamakee County Soil Conservation District, announced today. The con- 5ociet|| SHOWER lioNOBs' DIXIE BRAINARD Dixie Brninnrd was n bridal shower Salt at 7:00 o'clock at the Jack Barkhaus with as co-hostess. Games and a lunch was set Guests were: Mrs. ard. Mrs. G. H. K001 Meyer, Kr,rcn Meyei and Janice Oldag. gifts but unable to Linda LaYelle. Mrs. hardt, Mrs Sylvan L Willard Snitker and HANDY After 5-ycars of M-aj Marvin Lingo of Armsfe ly finished nn ash trest ing the top of the yaifol thick piece of log wasfi in-laying other pieces i The log wns also ' boat varnish to L. wood texture and to g to weather. The legsijl are pieces of steel bcr-tippeci ends. BF.LIS Truman G. Faas, ... farmer started a collet, almost n half-century!i. gnn collecting musicals: even before that, and tea several so rare that lis] time finding repair ] tuning he ha? to do t now has bells from 1 world. Cub Scout Den VIII met ruary 21 at the home of Mrs Martindale. Mrs. Leo Boese Mother. recorded the Feb- Don Den hieve- Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee and family entertained the following guests at their home Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Butikofer, Mr. and Mrs. John Dennler, Mr. and Mrs. George Schupbach, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard, Mr. and Mrs. John Butikofer, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hofer, Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Metzger, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Peake, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Butikofer, Mr. and Mrs. William Torkelson, Mr. and Mrs, Harold Meisner, Ted and Marie Friederich, George Pulfer and Dan Butikofer, Jr., all of Elgin; and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Cousins of Waterloo. The occasion was in honor of the birthdays of Lewis Butikofer and Mark Schlee. Cards furnished the evening's entertainment and a lunch was served. ments. The Flag Ceremony, led by denner Donald Martindale. opened the meeting. Roll call was taken and dues were collected. The boys spent some time working with molding clay. Monte Dundee showed his button collection. Ronald Sander, den chief, instructed the boys in making the Sheepbend knot. The meeting was closed with the Living Circle. A birthday treat was furnished bv Monte Dundee. Den VII. Cub Scout Den VII met February 21 at the home of their Den Mother. Mrs. Lorenz Willman. assisted by Mrs. Don White. Assistant denner Gregory Groth was Flag Bearer foi the Pledge to the Flag. He also called roll and collected dues For the remainder of the meeting the boys painted a base coat on lb- ir wolf and bear head molds. Billy Steva brought a treat. Den III. Cub Den III met February 21 for - ; - regular meeting. As the their WASHERS SALES and DRYERS SERVICE Kittleson - Petersen IRIS THEATRE POSTVILLE, IOWA % THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY MARCH 2, 3 and 4 ONLY SIX SURVIVED THE RIVER OF DESTRUCTION! JWALT DISNEY: Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday MARCH 5, 6, 7 and 8 Y \ H.G.WEUS' ^ ins HIM THETIME MACHINE* Cartoon Carnival Every Sunday MATINEE ONLY SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 FISH FM I. 0. O. F. 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