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» POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 8, 1961 | •J 1 Luana News MKS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent St. John's Lutheran Church k. W. Reuther, Pastor Sunday, March 12, 9:30 a, m. Divine service. 10:45 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Thursday. March 9, 7:15 p. m.— Jmiior choir rehearsal. fcOO p. m.—Senior choir rehearsal. Monday, March 13, 8:00 p. m.— lArther League. Wednesday, March 15, 7:30 p. m.— Lenten service. Sunday, March 19. 8:00 p. m.— .Special congregational meeting. Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor "Of course he who trusts everybody will be fooled by some. But lie who trusts no one will be fooled •fcy many, for most folks are trust- srorthy" Services the first and third Sundays of the month at 9:15 a. m. Thursday. 1:30 to 3:00 p. m.-Wo- jnan's Society study course on "Basic Christian Beliefs" at the Monona Church. Other Luana News. Mrs. George Krambeer and Mrs. Anna Olson of Britt had coffee with ajrs. Minnie Collins Friday after- •jjoon. Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Helen Campbell were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Amanda Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson of Monona spent Saturday afternoon with Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Helen Campbell. panied Mrs. Eldo Gericke and La- SScmt Gericke of Postville to Des •Moines and spent the weekend with Mrs. Hilda Engelhard! Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Hute are rejoicing over the arrival of a 7 lb., 4 oz. boy, Rory Lee, born at the McGregor hospital on "Wednesday morning, March 1. William Gentz of Dubuque called •on his mother. Mrs. Anna Gentz. Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doerring, 3 >wight and Bonnie were dinner attests Sunday in the home of her .mother, Mrs. Anna Gentz. Mrs. Delbert Breitsprecher and Mrs. Elsa Gossman visited the •fcrmers husband at Independence Hospital, Thursday. Buyf Sell! Hire! Trade! Rent! l/ost! Found! Employment! You'll find it in the Herald Want Ads. Frankville News MRS. ROT KNEESKERN Correspondent Community Church Robert Reynolds, Pastor 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—Worship Service. The guilds will meet in group form March 16. W. C. T. U. will meet this week, Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Maude Myren. Other Frankville News. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and family of Ossian spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and- Mrs. Earl Koenig. Mr. and- Mrs. Keith Evert and Mrs. Ilda Evert went to Oelwein last week where they visited Mr. and Mrs. Inar Christi'anson. , Mr. and Mrs. Roy Nelson of Wa-I terloo spent the past weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Evert. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Evert spent Thursday evening at the Upton Peck home near Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brainard and family of Farmersburg were Sunday evening visitors at the home of Mrs. Esther Van Wey Dwight De Witt is in Excelsior Springs, Missouri where he is tak ing treatments. Bruce Bollman is spending a few days visiting friends in Spirit Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Lee and family of Decorah were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Feickert Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hemry of Decorah were Sunday dinner guests at the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ted Feickert. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford left on Sunday for Canistota, South Dakota where they will spend a week. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Birdsell, Mark and Lisa of Cedar Rapids spent Sunday at the parental Leo Birdsell home. James Steuri, John Knutson and Chuck Wendland of Brodhead, Wisconsin were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steuri. The W. F. met at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Le Roy Winters on Sunday evening. The children played games for entertainment and a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Yarwood and family of Decorah were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Livingood. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Elver and family have moved here from Clermont into the Mrs. Carrie Hughes .MANY SERVE AS 1EADEBS FOR 37 LOCAL BOYS AND GIRLS 4 -H CLUBS Area Residents Visit Research Plant Residents of this area who are pictured above in the Ralston Purina Company offices in St. Louis were among approximately 350 farmers from this section who visited the plant last Monday. Pictured above, from left to right are: first row: Leo Berns, Postville; Jon Johnson, St. Olaf; Maurice U. Powers, Elkader; second row: Lawrence O. Nelson, Monona; George Burger, Postville; J. E, Streetman, vice president, Ralston Purina Company. '^^nmmommmmmmmmnmammmmmBmm I $$$ Day Specials I At Falbs Northeast Iowa's Largest Selection of Late Model Cars. house. Mr. Elvers is employed at the Hygrade Plant in Postville. Mrs. Lydia Cook and Mrs. Merle Cook were hostesses for the regu lar meeting of the Willing Work ers held at the church Thursday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Leslie Laternfan was leader of devotions. Mrs. Leland Walby presided in the absence of the president, Mrs. Alwin Walby. A lunch was served. The next meeting will be held in group form at the* homes of the hostesses, Thursday afternoon, March 16. Mr. and Mrs. Lonard Solem and family have moved into the house on the Clarence Crabtree farm. Mr. and Mrs. James Monroe entertained a group of relatives at their home Sunday evening. A lunch was served and the evening spent mostly visiting. The occasion Was in honor of Barbara's seventh birthday. She received many gifts and the following attended: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Jacobson and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe, Jr., and Roberta, Mrs. Alta Hanson, Mrs. Chris Roosevelt and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Johannson. Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohloff and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mundt near Ossian. Ronald Van Wey came home Friday afternoon from Cedar Falls, where he attends I. S. T. C. His mother, Mrs. Esther Van Wey accompanied him on a trip to Marshfield, Wisconsin to visit Mr. and Mrs. Roger Aschebrook and family, starting out the same evening. They arrived home Sunday evening after spending a stormy weekend at Marshfield and on the road. Ronald returned to Cedar Falls Sunday evening. Mrs. Leora Ambrose visited Mrs. Steve Baker at her home in Decorah last Wednesday. Mrs. Baker had returned from a La Crosse Hospital recently. j Charles Van Wey of Minneapolis spent the weekend at his home near Frankville. 38 CARS AMD TRUCKS 6 WAGONS 3 CONVERTIBLES 5 PICKUPS 24 MISCELLANEOUS -X- PARTIAL LIST OF ABOVE ADVANCE RESEAL STORAGE PAYMENTS GO IN MAIL The County ASC Office has star- fed mailing advance reseal payments to farmers who have farm- stored grains under reseal loans for the 1960-51 season, Seth Huisman, Office Manager of the Allamakee County Agricultural Sta- 1 urs, »irs. ^ HIVIU wtigiu, mis. ;mun bilization and Conservation Office. Kumpf; 4-H Toppers, Mrs. Leo Mc- •ta -a-nsio H J 4 3 mi. _.i I J~l •».. TT TIT » * HIT ill' a Allamakee county has 37 boys and girls 4-H clubs; 21 girls clubs land 16 boys clubs. A total of approximately 575 boys and girls of . Allamakee county arc enrolled in I* I these 4-H clubs. Many volunteer leaders servo these clubs. They are as follows: Girls Home Economics 4-H Clubs: Busy Blue Birds, Mrs. Lyle Jackson, i Mrs. Edmund Anderson: Blue Ban- iners, Mrs. Roy Renk, Mrs. Elmer Heitman: Cherry Valley Chums, Mrs. Wayne Chamberlain. Mrs. Kenneth Kolh; Corner Teenerettcs, Mrs. Ralph Jenkins, Mrs. Berlin j Juvik; Eckamalla, Mrs. Silas Troendle, Mrs. William Stone; Happy I Hearts. Mrs. Matt Freilinger, Mrs. Robert Bluck; French Creek Farm­ erettes, Mrs. Garland Byrnes, Mrs. Richard Hermanson; Jefferson Jolly Jills, Mrs. LeRoy Schmidt, Mrs. Ralph Schon; Lafayette Lassies, Mi's. Frank Hurm. Mrs. Joe Troendle; Linton Merry Maids, Mrs. George Topel, Mrs. Willis Timmerman; Ludlow Future Homemakers, Mrs. Waiter Winke, Mrs. Calvin Nolting; Ludlow Starlets, Mrs. Bill Van Horn, Mrs. Delbert Fiet, Mrs. Morris Schcllhamnier: Lycurgus Lassies. Mrs. Horace Clark, Mrs. Irvin Bangs: Nok-Unw. Mrs. Gene Carroll, Mrs. Bill Ashlinc: Pepper- ettes, Mrs. Curtis Schoenthal, Mrs Otto Renk; Silver Shiners. Mrs. Tom Maloney, Mrs. Robert O'Neill: Taylor Starettes. Mrs. Lloyd Meehan, Mrs. Don Bulmnn: Teen Timers, Mrs. Calvin Wright, Mrs. Alton FEED GRAINS GOING UNDER SUPPORT , Reflecting larger crops and lower I prices, larger quantities of each of 'the four feed grains have been placed under price support so far during 1960-61 compared with the same period of 1959 -60, the Department of Agriculture has reported. Through December I960 farmers had put 1960-crop feed grain crops under Commodity Credit Corporation price support loans and purchase agreements as fbllows: 152 million bushels of corn, 72.7 million hundredweight of grain sorghum, 16.5 million bushels of oats, and 37 million bushels of barley. Comparable 1959 crop totals through December 1959 were 122 million bush. els of corn, 42 .6 million hundredweight of grain sorghum, 7.6 million bushels of oats, and 30.6 mil­ lion bushels nf v , According £ b «ty latest review 0 , t ?V now record., 2>» now records carry ovr *L boosting the i($N. of recent years yield per y SjJe>.4 «P 36 per cenu^l .increased nearly"^ e*age yield p£ ™>S sorghum Krata JF*' 1 ! I960. »nri y fe& J? « -re o„l/ s fi^^ Herald Want Ads 1 announced today. The advance payments are in accord with President Kennedy's February 8th announcement and are intended to help farmers meet spring planting and other costs. Mr. Huisman explained that farmers with reseal loans need take no action to apply for the advance storage payments. The payments will be mailed to farmers as fast at the necessary yapers can be processed. Crop under reseal loans includo 1959-crops of corn and grain sorghum; 1958 crops of grain sorghum, corn and oats; 1957 crop corn and 1956-crop corn Cormick: U-Need-A, Mrs Ward Cook. Mrs Everett Wallace: Waukon Warblers. Mrs. Joe Fahey. Mrs. Mertin Palmer; Boys Agricultural Clubs: Big- Four, Lee Allen Eberling, Harlan Foels; Blue Ribbon Strivers, James Burke, Francis Howes: Eastern Eagles. Otto Renk. Mel Steffenson; Elon PMC, Lyle Jackson, Grant Hagen. Robert Hagen: Flying Farmers, William Regan, Henry Rissman: Happy Hustlers. John Meleher; Iowa River Beavers. Maynard Leppert, Glenn Beardmore: Jefferson Blacktoppers, Gene Yohe, Eldo Roffman, Leo Byrnes: Ludlow Future Farmers. Kenneth O'Brien, Rates of the advance 'storage pay- (Everett Schlitter; Ludlow Hotshots ments are seven cents per bushel ^»» m ^?2„%l^ al ^r.^«- t -' for corn, five cents per bushel for "" n oats; and 12 cents per hundredweight for grain sorghum. The remaining storage payment due will be paid, at similar rates, after the maturity dates of loans, which are March 31 for grain sorghum, April 30 for oats and July 31 for corn. IOWA TEACHERS CONSERVATION CAMP DEADLINE SET FOR TREE ORDERS 61 Oldsmobile 4-door 59 Oldsmobile 4-door 59 Cadillac 4-door 59 Ford Fairlane "500" SAVE $2291 1 $3491 $1791 56 Chevrolet 4-door 58 Chevrolet 4-dr. Bel Aire. $1491 57 Buick 4-door . . . $1291 57 Buick 2-door . . . . . $1091 $961 _ $641 54 Ford 2-door $341 All cars covered by our New 1 Year Guarantee as sponsored by the Iowa Automobile Dealers Association. Falb Motor Co. CHEVROLET — OLDSMOBILE Residents of Allamakee county are reminded that March 30 is the deadline for ordering trees from the State Conservation Commission Nursery for reforestation and erosion control plantings. Trees are available from the State Nursery at prices ranging from $16.00 to $22.00 per thousand plants. Trees are also available from private nurseries. To date, orders for 37.350 plants have been placed through the V. S. Soil Conservation Service in Waukon. These include 15.350 red pine, 14,600 while pine, 3,500 multifio.-a rose, 1,750 Austrian pine. 1,100 Norway spruce, 1,000 Scotch pine, and 50 Black Hills spruce. Those who have ordered trees so far are Sylvan Ashbacher, 20,000; i Sherman Hart. 4,000: Norbert Palmer, 3,500; Orton Blackwell, 3,000; Urban Ashbacher, 2,250; V. V. Engelhardt, 1,250; Walter Linde, Gladwin Anderson, Harold Deters, Jim Meleher, Straate Brothers, and Hugh Conway, 500 trees each; Leslie Smith, Ethel Watts and Louis Benjegerdes, 100 trees each; and Emmett Sullivan, 50 trees. Herald Want Ads bring results. "The Allamakee County Soil Conservation District will pay the tuition for a teacher in the county who wishes to attend the Iowa Teachers Conservation Camp this year." Garland Byrnes, District Chairman, announced today. The camp, i sponsored by the State Conservation Department, State Department of Public Instruction, and Iowa State Teachers College, will be held at Springbrook State Park north of Guthrie Center. Three credits may be earned during each three week course. Starting dates are June 11, July 2, and July 23. Round Prairie Champs. Alton Her man, Verne Smith: Taylor Tigers. Lloyd Meehan. Hugh Conway: Top Three, Joe Curtin. Kenneth Malli, Calvin Wright; Union City Sharpshooters, Elmer Heitman: Lafayette, Frances Kernan, Fred W. Steiber; Waterloo, Calvin Wright. LONG ELECTRIC POWER FAILURES BECOME RARE SURGE SERVK NOTICE — DAIRY FAR! L. REINHARDT IMPLEMENT |, AUTHORIZED TO HANDLE AI|| OP THE GENUINE — Surge Parts Come in tiitd see them for SERVICE AND SALES. There is no substitute for Surge Parts and Equipment, m en*-**** /•>-„* - , ,inu me electric ^ITS"^. 81 " , tota ' urgency P™er plan *1 fti nt — fc>« imuil LUlti a " d . for graduate students $104.64. Tuition is $39.00 for undergraduates and $42.00 for graduate students. Any teacher interested may get rurtner information at the U S Soil Conservation Service office in Waukon. The day of the prolonged electric power failure is on the decline, says Agricultural Engineer Vernon Meyer of Iowa State University. However, Meyer says some farmers should still be prepared with an emergency power supply. They include dairymen with electric milkers, farmers who are brooding many chicks and turkeys, and farmers using windowless laying houses where ventilation is provided by an electric fan. Meyer suggests these folks visit with the local power supplier. Check the history of outages in the area and the electric company's BIRTHDAY Mrs. Hattie Nighswonger of Centerville recently celebrated her 101st birthday. She was the sev- 1 enth of 10 children and still has! two sisters living. She has grandchildren, great grandchildren and great, great grandchildren as well as great, great, great grandchildren. If you're not satisfied that power will be restored rapidly. Meyer advises setting up a temporary system such as a tractor-run generator. Or you might want to rent a portable generator from the power company. When a failure does occur, Meyer recommends phoning the company. Such a call may make it easier for them to track down the trouble. WINTER PRECAUTIONS Drivers should be careful not to follow snow plows and other winter highway maintenance vehicles too closely. Accidents often result when plows are stopped by drift.; or ice. 55 Oldsmobile 4-door yllHUmilllltlimilllllMtlllMIIIIIIIIIIHlllllMMlMMIIIlMll^, SPECIAL PAINT VALUES KXJ'U- GET MORE THAN "ftXjR MONEY'S WORTH AND SATISFACTION .GUARANTEED > A LATEX WALL PAINT • 1 1 White & Beautiful Colon! [ONLY $^75 GAL * POSTVILLE, IOWA BUICK I NYBERG'S ! Posfvlllt, Iowa I *>M 1 MIII..,..„ M . u ,„ 11 , 11Jmi|11MiMiUtiiMiMi|i(iiMiiiiit | PURINA BABY PIG CHOW Start creep-feeding Purina Baby Pig Chow by the time pigs are three to five days old. You'll find that little pigs go for Baby Pig Chow and start piling on the pounds right away. Continue creep-feeding this powerful starter until each litter has eaten one 50-lb. bag. Then, fill your creep feeders with Purina Pig Startena. Creep feed Purina Pig Startena until the pigs weaned at six weeks of age. "I Was Blocking Up A Bus Stop Whffl An Irate Commuter Blew His Top" Motorists have a habit of bringing all their troubles to us. And we have i habit of curing those troubles fast! CASTEN OIL COMPANY | PHONE 86 4-3414 POSTVILLE,! FRED FUNK ESTATE SAIf| AT MONONA, IOWA SATURDAY, MARCH 11," Starting at 12:30 p. m. HOUSE IS ON AUCTION SAlj are 3 Beds and Springs Large Dresser 2 small Dressers Dining Table with leaves and 6 chairs Kitchen Table, 4 chairs Buffet 2 small Tables Library Table Card Table Flower Stands Radio Sewing Machine Drop ends Davenport, 2 rockers to match 6 Rockers 4 Kitchen Chairs Sewing Table 3 Looking Glasses Wardrobe Medicine Cabinet Good set of Dishes Other Dishes Pots and Pans, Etc. Comforters, Spreads Sofa Pillows ani 2 Feather Beds,' Bed Pi//ows Crocheted Curtains* Drapes Quitting frame IM'M Congoleum Rug, I' Congoleum, 9x12 Wool Rug, 9xl <M Rag Rugs Fancy Work Dofffej Luncheon Clotty' Some Canned Fruf. Empty Jars, ptt, 9 *1 '/2 gal., Jelly M| Picture Frames Washing Machine, Kenmore Eleefrfc Firestone Refrigerm Wash Tufas and $W| Garden Tools Fishing Tools Many other artkkst numerous to Vern Ziem an, Auct// Monona State BanM

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