Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 8, 1961 · Page 2
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 8, 1961 IOOF George W. Hagtund of Red Oak was recently presented a 50 year JOOF jewel. He is a past noble grand of the local lodge and presently is the lodge's right supporter to noble grand. Incorporation of farms may be a tool for strengthening the family farm as a business unit by enabling it better to accommodate economic and technological change, says Farm Economist John F. Timmons of Iowa State University. FISH FRY I. 0. O. F. HALL POSTVILLE, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 18th 5:30 Until Price $1.50 Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor tuiuiuiniuiniuii>ininiiiinii!iniiu>ii:iiniaiiiiiii!ii',iii>iiitiia«iiiiuiuiiiiiianiiiiiiiniitiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiii!iniiiini!iiii THURSDAY — FRIDAY — SATURDAY Variety Department Just Received From Florida Shipment of Philodendron and Ivy Foliage Plants 49c — 69c — $1.19 Started Plants on Totem Pole $3.95 — $4.95 — • — Hardware Department Drastic Cuts In Prices of Paints 25% to 50% REDUCTION on Colors and Minnesota, Patek and Super Kemtone. CHECK OUR STOCK FOR PRICES Koevenig's Store POSTVILLE, IOWA w '* — J Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. — Lenten service; Senior choir. Thursday, March 9, 2:00 p. m.— Rebecca circle at the home of Mrs. Aldo Larson; co-hostess, Mrs. Clara Koenig. Saturday, 9;O0-ll:30 a. m.—Con firmation. Sunday, 9:30—Sunday School. 10:30—Worship Service. Wednesday, March 15 — Martha and Mary Circle at the home of Mrs. Leon Everman; co-hostess, Mrs. Cloy Meyer, Thursday, March 6—Rachael circle at the home of Mrs. Elwyn Stee; co-hostess, Mrs. Leo O'Hara." Friday, March 17—Ruth circle at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Blumhagen; co-hostess, Mrs. Donald Gilster. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest K. Burch Wednesday, 8:00—Lenten service. Sunday. 9:30—Sunday School. 10:30—Worship service. Other Castalia News. Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Jack Hagensick and Mrs. Harry Bachelder spent Friday in La Cros.se. Charles Schultz of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Elsie Schultz. Sunday guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz and family of Monona; Mrs. Neil Rausch and Kathy of Calmar, Mrs. Christine Behrens of Fort Atkinson and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preuss and Mrs. Elsie Schultz visited Thurs day in the Norman Svendsen home and Merle Monroe home in Ossian. Election of officers for the men of Zion Lutheran Church was held with council members named as follows: Wayne Timmerman, Earle Corlett, Gus Drebenstadt. Leslie Mundt, Ray Schara. Robert Brandt Donald Gilster and Loren Koenig. Of these nine, the following officers were elected for one year terms: President, Gus Drebenstadt; vice president, Earle Corlett; secretary. Harlan Stee; treasurer, Wayne Timmerman. The Luther League of Zion Luth eran entertained at a banquet at Sunday night in the church parlors honoring the new confirmation class. The program: solo, Kelly Mundt: reading. Linda Schultz and guest speaker, Rev. R. C. Sehlueter of Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kneeskern returned home Saturday night from an extended visit to Florida and New York. While in Florida they visited Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mons ky at Miami. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mueller. Riverside Beach and Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Sampson, Fort Lau derdale. Florida. Mrs. Henry Baker of La Crosse is visiting with her sister and hus band, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thomp son. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and boys of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engelhardt of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Everman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Leo O'Hara and family visited in the Edwin Engelhardt home Wednesday evening and assisted the Eengelhardts in observing their 35th wedding anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blumhagen, Mr. and Mrs. Nanfred Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz were Saturday night guests in the Lloyd Blumhagen home to help Mrs. Blumhagen celebrate his birthday. Mr. and Mrs. William Freilingcr of New Albin and Kenneth Reeves visited Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Blue. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixlcr and Danny of Luana visited Saturday evening in the Will Schnve home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schave and Billy visited Sunday afternoon. 0im Schultz returned to his classes at Ames after speeding ten days with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz and Alan. Nancy Klatt of Des Moines was a weekend guest of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and John if Clear Lake and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence White and Lawrence, Jr. of Clermont were Sunday guests. Mr..- and Mrs. Thomas Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda in Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Anderson and girls of Festina were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar. Mr. and Mrs. Leo O'Hara, Traci, Mark and Scott visited Friday in the Lawrence Klein home in Dubuque. Mrs. Minnie Mundt and Verla and Mrs. Esther Schroeder were Sunday night guests of Mrs. Rose Mundt in Ossian. Mrs. Earl Weller and Candy of McGregor spent Tuesday in the Clifford Stee home. , Lois Everman, a student nurse of Allen Memorial hospital, Waterloo, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Weller and Candy of McGregor were Friday night supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwyn Stee and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wnngsness, Mrs. Martha Wnngsness and Elmer Wangsness, Kathy, Wayne and Neil of near Decornh were Sunday guests of Mrs. Mario Meyer and. Kelly. Jeff Yunkel ;md Kenneth I Meyer of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests. Karen Kamp of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kanip and Jolayne. Sunday, Mrs. Kamp and Karen visited in' the Oliver Snitker home in Wnukon and also Mrs. Albert Snitker. who is visiting in the Oliver Snitker home. Paul Pfeffer of La Crosse, spent the weekend with his parents, Rev. and Mrs, Walter Pfeffer and family. Doris Ann Bushman of Festina spent the weekend in the Dale Blumhagen home. On Sunday, Miss Bushman and Mrs. Blumhagen, Beth Ann and Bruce attended confirmation at Festina. Dean Bushman and Gary and Craig Sailor, being members of the class. They spent the remainder of the day with the Ray Bushman family. Dale Blumhagen joined them in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Ferguson and Ray Ferguson of Chicago were Thursday supper guests in the Robert Szabo home. Sharon Schara, student at Paris Academy in Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara ;md Sandra. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara and Debbie of Austin. Minnesota were Saturday supper guests. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schara, Robyn and Gayle of Austin were Saturday overnight guests. CLAYTON FARMS GIVEN APPROVAL Complete soil and moisture conservation plans were approved for the farms of Edmund Feidt, Gar- bcr with Charles Downey, Elknder, operator; Harley Kalkc, Elkader; Hans Johnson, Guttenberg; and Floyd Eberhardt, St. Olnf by the Clayton Soil Conservation District Commissioners at their regular meeting held at the Soil Conservation Service office in Elkader on March 1. These basic conservation plans were developed wife of H. E. Daniels, Soli % ist assigned to the cUii* by the U. S. DepattiaJI culture. Thoy provlj^ each acre of land •blUUcs and the ttt aa »| acre in accordance rfl for protection and imp" WRITE VOR ESCTO Five Stale UnivajSjl professors arc among J butors to the 1961 ttf £l clopaedia Britannia, • Buy! Sell! Hire! Trade! Rent! Lost! Found! Employment! You'll find it in the Herald Want Ads. 5c 5c COUGH DROPS 6 for 25c "">-*•» si MultivHai $2.75 NAIL POI Reg. 70c 49c fl Plus Tax Groff Drug NEXT JO POSTOFFICE POSTVILLE, IOWA DOLLAR DAY! FINAL WINTER CLEARANCE Stock Up Now For Spring And Next Winter With These MONEY-SAVING BARGAINS. good housekeeping is easy with ... DX HEATING OIL Guaranteed t Good Housekeep: by »ing if^DVERTISED^fiJ Use the heating oil that backs its quality guarantee with the Good Housekeeping Guaranty Seal DX's own Quality Guarantee... and now the Good Housekeeping Guaranty Seal! There's double assurance to you that DX Heating Oil is clean burning and high in heating efficiency. Be sure of heating comfort all winter long. 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