Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 15, 1961 · Page 6
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•6 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 15, 1961 March 15—Night study hall. Friday, March 17, 8:00 p. m.— Annual Grade Program; 12:45 p. repaid assembly program, grades k-12; end of the third nine weeks' period; State Speech contest; Boys State tournament. Saturday, March 18—State speech ojntest: Boys State tourney. Tuesday, March 21, 7:30 p. m.— Stack Rules meeting at Postville. Wednesday, March 22, 11:07—Junior high sing; night study hall. Thursday, March 23—Classroom pictures taken at Darling elementary school; junior-senior high faculty meeting. 7:00 p. m. Friday, March 24 — Junior high operetta. Thursday. March 30/ 3:40—School closes for Easter vacation. Saturday, April 1—Class A State Indoor Track meet. Monday, April 3—FFA meeting. Wednesday, April 5—Classes resumed. Friday, April 7, 8:00 p. m.—Senior play. Saturday. April 8—Junior Class party in all purpose room. Monday, April 10 — Postville at Valley, baseball; faculty party; monthly meeting, board of education Tuesday, April 11, 8:00 p. m.— High school spring concert. Wednesday, April 12 — County Council dinner; senior high music assembly; night study hall. Thursday, April 13 — Waukon, here, baseball; state FFA convention. Friday, April 14, 9:40 — Senior high sing; State FFA convention. DX HEATING OIL Quality is Backed By The Good Housekeeping Guaranty Seal ^ Guaranteed by Good Housekeepii ADVERTISED T *2 Call US tOday! Find out about *asy terms under famous DX "Worry Free" heating plan. HOME OIL CO. Phone 86 4-3724 Postville DEKALB BREEDING Mokes the Mffernce MAKE THE FAMOUS DEKALB "BREAK-OUT" TEST "Break-out" DeKalb eggs with others . . . one or a dozen. Prove to yourself that DeKalb eges are tops. Those big. DeKalb golden yolks in firm, thick albumen, mean top quality — top market value. Alfred Meyer Phone 86 4-3213 Postville, Iowa FIRST HALF PAYMENT OF TAXES — ARE — Now Due! THEY BECOME DELINQUENT ON APRIL FIRST. SO YOU HAVE JUST A SHORT TIME LEFT TO PAY THEM ! Penalty of thred-fourth of one per cent is added April 1, and the same amount each month thereafter as long as they remain unpaid. * * * Arthur Wendel ALLAMAKEE COUNTY TREASURER Monday, April 17— Valley, here, baseball. Tuesday, April 18 — Assembly, grades one-three. Wednesday, April 19, 2:20 —Paid assembly program, grades four-12; night study hall; FFA banquet. Thursday, April ,20, 7:00 p. m.— Waukon, there, baseball; 7;00 p. m., high school faculty meeting. Friday, April 21 — Large group music contest at Waverly. Saturday, April 22—Large group music contest at Waverly. • • • • • Seven-B. The seventh grade exploratory class has just changed to studying art. We have been making charcoal pictures. We are studying how to prevent fires in science. Mr. Nalan said we f are about due for a test on unit] six, "How do we use and control fire?". | During math, we are busy trying to learn the parts of a circle and different angles, such as acute, ob-i tuse, reflex and many others. We have been running races in the gym during P. E. After the noon hour, we go to English class. We have been giving reports, but first had to make an outline from which we wrote. Next, we have social studies. We are studying about Great Britain. Map booklets have been made on Britain and its Commonwealth. After social studies we have study hall, except on Tuesday and Thursday, when we have music. John Hoffman, reporter. Tennis Champions. Two Table Tennis Champions will appear in the Postville School on Friday, March 17. at 12:45. Danny Vegh and Bill Puszati are true champions in an all American style, even though they are both recent imports from Hungary. In the few years these two young table tennis masters have been in the United States, they have won over thirty championships of all kinds. Danny Vegh, who is twenty-sev en years old, now lives in Cleveland, Ohio and is the proud holder of both the singles and doubles championship of the state of Ohio. He won the singles and doubles championship shortly after his arrival in the United States four years ago and held it ever since. Bill Puszati, a twenty-two year old New Yorker, is also a native of Hungary, but like his partner, is happy to be in the United States He is a former junior chompion of Hungary and based on the titles he has already won in the short time he has been in this country he will soon be a United States national champion. He plays an offensive game and keeps his opponents hopping. The appearance of Table Tennis champions in Postville has been arranged through the University of Minnesota Program Service, a division of the University's Department of Concerts and Lectures. Adults of the community are invited to attend as guests of the school. Frankville News MRS. ROT KNEES KERN Correspondent Gunder News MRS. CORNELIUS REIERSON Correspondent Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Winters spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilson in Waukon. Mr. Gilson passed away Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford and Mr. and Mrs.' Alex Dahlen arrived home late Friday night from Cnn- istota, South Dakota where they spent a week. Enroute home they encountered lots of snow and some bad roads. Word comes from Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby that they are spending a week in California where they they are visiting her brother, Elmer Peck and family at Bakersfield. Mr. and Mrs. Harris Bruvold and family of Norcjness were Tuesday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Feickert and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crab tree of Decorah were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Solem. They were also callers at the John Schutta visitors home in Frankville. home. Ronald Van Wey of Cedar Falls Mr. ant i Mrs spent the past weekend at his home in Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Brainard and family of Farmersburg and Mrs. Keith Muchow and children of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests at the home of their mother. Mrs. Esther Van Wey. The occasion celebrated the birthday of Mrs. Van Wey. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Hemry of Ossian were over Saturday night and Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Elma Meeker. Mrs. Maude Myren spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Upton Peck, near Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hughes and David of Eldora were weekend visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Gremm. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Wilder and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Bolson were entertained at a card party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Thornton in Decoarh. Cards were played and a lunch was served. Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook entertained a few relatives for a Sunday dinner in honor of their wedding anniversary, Mrs. D u a n e Cook's birthday and Ed Clement's birthday. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Merle Cook and family of Frankville, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook and family of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Clement and Wayne, Mr. and Mrs. Duane Cook and family, all of Decorah. Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mathrc, Pastor Wednesday, March 15,7:30 p. m.~ Mid-week Lenten Service. Concert by the Norsemen. Sermonette on "Forgiveness". Thursday, March 16, 7:30 p. m.— Junior Choir practice. Friday. March 17, 8:00 p. m.— Senior Choir. 3:00 p. m. — Meeting of Marion Board of Education and Sunday School Officials at the Parsonage. Saturday, March 18, 9:00 a. m.— Junior Confirmation class. Re member—Examination. Sunday, March 19, 11:00 a. m.— Worship. 9:45 a. m.—Sunday Church School.) 2:30 p. m. — Decorah Conference Luther League Convention at Decorah. Other Gunder News. Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard and family were Sunday afternoon in the Louis Butikofer Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold were callers Sunday afternoon of Mrs. Ruth Loftsgard. Mrs. Olc Loftsgard. Mrs. Otto Gisleson. Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa and Kaye and Kendra Loftsgard attended the Valley High basketball games at Des Moines Saturday. | Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith, Marsha and Melody of Postville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Ole Loftsgard home. Elaine and Brian Amundson of Clermont were recent overnight guests in the Morris Amundson home. Harold Opsand was a dinner guest in the Morris Amundson home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Landsgard spent Sunday afternoon in the Arthur Landsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Loftsgard and Carol. Gloria Freiden and Mrs. Mike Blockhus went to Des Moines and attended the basket ball tournament from Tuesday un til Sunday. Meillen and Otto Mork and Milo Gisleson spent Saturday evening in the Emory Landsgard "home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Vellersven were Saturday evening guests in the Louis Kjosa home. Bonnie Kjosa attended the basketball tournament at Des Moines Tuesday and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa wore Sunday afternoon visitors in the Joseph Kjosa home. Mrs. T, L. Loftsgard and Marion were Sunday visitors in the Mervin Reierson home. Mr. and Mrs. Emory Landsgard and Thomas spent Saturday in the Arthur Landsgard home and helped Thomas celebrate his second birthday, generations of ,?«| family there. ""I !*5.00 Allamakee CJ Dairy Breederl 1 "'' ST.' PATRICK'S DAY^DANrp? AND WEDDING ANNIVERSARY i ANDY DOLL AND HIS OR« FRIDAY, MARCH 17 " BRIAR; ^ B E q , HIIIIIHIIIIIIMIIIIIMIIIMIIUIII COMING — APRIL 3 — DON Glj • mi ANNIVERSARY The 72nd wedding anniversary was celebrated recently by Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Shepherd of Drakesville. They have four children, 14 grandchildren, 50 great grandchildren and 11 great-great grandchildren. He is 93 and she is 89 years old. Your County Mutual Insurance Give's You More SERVICE — SAVING COVERAGE REAL ECONOMY In Auto Insurance 0 For every member of the family # Without a Membership Fee • Without a Policy Fee AGENT Rodney I. Smith Phone 86 4-3158 Postville, la. Complete Line of Insurance Winneshiek Mutual Insurance Association ^IHIIIIIIIIIItlllflllllllllMtllllllllllUllllllllllllllllllllllll^ SPECIAL 1 PAINT I VALUES ! LATEX WALL PAINT White & Beautiful Cotonl ONLY 75 GAL. ! NYBERG'S | Postville, Iowa NMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIHIMIMIUUUIUHI^ On February 13, 1854, a Naval Expedition under the command of Commodore Matthew Perry anch ored off Yokosuka, Japan, to await an answer from the Emperor regarding opening Japanese ports to commerce. PIPER BROS. Artificial Breeding Service FROZEN SEMEN Your Choice of 27 Proven and Classified Sires Dally TOPS IN SERVICE PHONE 86 4-3112 Postville ALAN BEHNKEN Technician tic • Everybody likes BOWLI Give your family a bowling night on the ta Bring'them in to our conveniently located ft equipped alleys. You'll all have an exciting pleasurable eves| at very low cost. HI-WAY LANd Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Schlee Mr. and Mrs. Wes Halvorson Phone 86 4-9515 PostviU YOU'RE GOING TO HAVE A VISITOR FROM PEOPLES NATURAL GAS Within the next few days a representative from Peoples Natural Gas will be calling at your home. He is coming to get acquainted and to answer your questions about natural gas service. And he will explain to you what you need to do to put natural gas to work in your home. He will take your application for a free natural gas service line which connects your home to the gas main. You can also apply for this service line by phoning or visiting the Peoples office. He will tell you about the house piping you need to get the natural gas where you will need it for your appliances. He can tell you the names of the plumbers, piping contractors and appliance dealers who will install house piping for you. Your Peoples representative will also tell you the advantages of natural gas for heating and an; conditioning your homes . . . f or heating water and drying clothes for cooking and refrigerating food . . . for incinerating trash and for lighting your yard. He will explain Peoples free round-the- clock service to keep gas appliances and heating operating perfectly all the PEOPLES NATURAlf GAS POSTV. LLE , IO wA rao7 B ^ ' LIVE MODERN ^FQpjjsg _ ^WITH NATURAL GAS

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