Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 22, 1961 · Page 5
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9 Lutheran Church I. Witt, Tastor fias, Assistant Pastor , 2:00 and 7:30 —Lenten Cherub Choir re- school. :00 — Afternoon Dl- CW. Choir rehearsal. 00—Youth Choir re- Ihior and Senior Con- ses. 8:00, 9:15 and 10:30— ice. •mation Service. D a. m. — ULOW Holy |:30 a. m.—ULOW Holy t. -Worship Service and Union. |ffy Presbyferian < Church fT. Martin, Pastor .. — Morning worship ijtismal service. |—Sunday School. t-Tuxis Society, afol and- Youth choirs Thursday after hoir Thursday at 8:00 hinster Fello\vsh'if> will Easter Sunrise Service, 2. at 6 :45.- , service Thursday, 8:00 p. m. St. Bridget's Church Uev. F. J. Vallastcr, Vaster Week day Mass at 7:30 a. m. Sunday Masses — 8:00 and 10:0U a. m. Saturday—Mass at 8:30 a. m., followed by catechetical instruction at 9:00. Holy day Masses at 6:00 a. m. and 8:00 a. m. Confessions will be heard every Saturday from 3:00 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30 p. m. Postville U. B. Church Clifton W. EUcrbcck Morning worship at 9:00 a. m. Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Clermont Lutheran Parish John D. Kronlokkcn, Pastor Casfalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor fcnt Ads bring results. Wednesday. March 22, 7:00 p. m.—West Junior Choir practice. 8:00 p. m. — Parish midweek Service. Film, "Date with Revolution". Thursday, 7:00 p. m. — Senior Confirmation classes meet at East Church. 8:00 p. m.—Parish Youth Choir at East Church, followed by League activity. Saturday — Confirmation classes at regular time. Palm Sunday, March 26, 9:30 a. m.—West Morning Service, followed by Sunday School. 11:00 a. m.—East Morning Service. 10:00—Sunday School. 2:00 p. m.—TV—Channel No. 2— Billy Graham. Wednesday. March 29—Communion Service, East Church. Thursday, March 30—Communion Service, West Church. Good Friday, 2:00 p. m.—Service at West Church. Postponed notice. Monday. March 27 —Aase Hnugeii Annual meeting that was called ofT two weeks earlier. Wednesday, 8:00 p. m. — Lenten Service. Saturday, March 25, 10:00 a. reconfirmation pictures. Palm Sunday. March 26, 8:30 and 10:30 a. m.—Worship with confirmation at 10:30. 9:30—Sunday School. Monday, March 27, 8:00 p. m — Men of Z. L. C. Tuesday, March 28, 8:00 p. m — Sunday School teachers. Maundy Thursday, March 30, 8:00 p. m.—Communion. Good Friday. March 31, 10:00 a. m.—Communion. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch IRS WCA S Yogs in the- raw MAUTZ COLOR LIBRARY anilrtle in famous MtUTZ MIIM SATIN ME-CMT rut G'S STORE ifiLE, IOWA RETIRES Jeff Pickart of Norway recently retired after being a school bus driver for the Norway public schools for 27'-j years. Wednesday. 8:00 p. m.—Lenten service. Sunday. 9:30—Sunday School. 10:30—Worship service. Other Castalia News. j The following are the confirmation class of Zion Lutheran and will be confirmed Palm Sunday: Marilyn Anderson, Mary Ellen Breitsprecher, Marilyn Henning, Jolayne Kamp. Dean Monroe, Sandra Schara, Clinton Schnuelle, Linda Schutte. Harlan Stee, Jr., Evelyn Svendsen and Suzanne Wander. Bruce Everman. son of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Everman, had his tonsils and adenoids removed in the Decorah hospital. He returned to his home Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Mrs. Elsie Schultz of Cedar Rapids attended the questioning of the confirmation class at the Lutheran church in Luana Sunday morning. Judy Schultz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Dettman was a member of the class. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz. Linda, and Mrs. Elsie Schultz and Charles were dinner guests in the Julius Dettman home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg. W. F. Buddenberg and Mr. and Mrs. Earle Corlett attended the open house for the fiftieth wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hcnkes at Monona Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Mevcr and Kenneth attended the golden wedding reception for Mr. and Mrs. John Flaskrud at Calmar Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pankow and family spent the weekend in the Clifford Sphar home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greinus and Palsy and Mrs. Ida Baltz of Harmony. Minnesota. Mrs. Clara Koenig and Mrs. Lrwrence Stadtmiller and Gene of Luana spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixler of ervice bulletl ^utenas bring $197 average farm youth groups show calves raised 1 Iowa Purina Dealers ... sales top $310 New laying house completed ... it's helping Purina scientists work harder Luana were Friday dinner guests in the Glen Schave home. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe, Dean and Roger, Mrs. Lloyd Monroe and Mrs. Thomas Monroe spent Friday in La Crosse. Mrs. Bernold Monroe and Mrs. Clark Monroe visited from Sunday until Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hemesath and Cindy in Glenview, Illinois. Leon Everman and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. ' Tuesday night guests in the Robert Brandt home at Ossian were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Mundt and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee. They helped Robert celebrate his birthday. Mrs. Will Young of Oelwein is visiting in the Robert Kneeskern home. Roy Schultz, Jim Schultz of Ames and Darwin Koenig drove to Southwest Iowa to view the geese and other water fowl as they migrate north.' Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Monroe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clif ford Stee were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. They had a surprise belated birthday party for Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Sharon Schara of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and Sandra. Sunday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Anfinson and family of Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster, Cheryl and Mavis were Thursday night guests in the Earl Gilster home, Waukon. Brian Bechtel of Sheffield, Oliver Snitker and Mrs. Albert Snitker of Waukon were Thursday afternoon guests in the Vernon Kamp home. Mrs. Merle Stee, Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lois and Mrs. Elsie Schultz visited in the Will Scave home Thursday afternoon. Friday guests were Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixler of near Luana. Mrs. Clarence Schave and Linda of Luana, Carol Schave of Cedar Rapids and George Schave of Decorah were Saturday guests. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schave, Mary and Billie were Sunday evening guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Engelhardt of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and boys of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Everman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt were Wednesday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Leo O'Hara and' fami ly. They celebrated Scott and Mark O'Hara birthdays that fall on March 14 and 16, respectively. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp and Jolayne were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lena Perry in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Reckward were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Blue. Mrs. Clara Sphar, Mrs. Clifford Sphar and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pankow and family of Calmar at 7 tended the Flatland-Melntosh wedding at the Glenwood Lutheran church near Decorah Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Marie and Harlan Jr., visited in the Aimer Leo Nelson home near Clermont. A REALISTIC LOOK AT WASH-AND-WEAR By now, most of us will agree that wash-and-wear clothing cuts down our work, but often garments need some Ironing or "touching up." It's estimated that a dress shirt of conventional fabrics takes 15 to 20 minutes ironing time, while a wash-and-wear shirt takes three or four minutes — a substantial time saving we're grateful for. However, when wash-and-wear first came out, complaints were quick to follow because garments did not live up to exaggerated selling claims, says Opal Robertson, extension clothing and textiles specialist at Iowa State University. Also, we did not know how to handle the garments or what to expect in the way of performance. Bit by bit, realistic information is being made available. As early as 1958, the National Association of Shirt, Pajama and Sportswear Manufacturers set standards to clarify terms used in selling and advertising. Another major manu facturer has set performance stan dards for its wash-and-wear products. Garments living up to the standards can bear the company's "Sanforized-Plus" label. Wednesday, March 22, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 Also, we're getting used to the idea that wash-and-wear doesn't automatically mean "no ironing needed." At the same time, technical developments in fibers and finishes continue, with the aim of providing us with better wash-and- wear fabrics. IT TAKES TWO MINUTES TO DIE It takes less than two minutes to bleed to death from a cut in a major artery. That's how important blood is to your body. Your body has about six quarts of blood. This blood travels through a network of arteries and veins about 60,000 miles long, explains the Iowa Slate Department of Health. Blood absorbs oxygen in the lungs and distributes it to every organ in every part of the body. Then it collects carbon dioxide wastes and returns them to the lungs for disposal. Blood feeds your body. It gathers up nutrients and water from the digested food in the intestines and feeds them to the tissues. Among many other vital services, the blood helps regulate body temperature. Blood is blood the world over. The best informed scientist in all the world could not definitely say whether a given sample of whole blood came from an Eskimo, a Zulu, a Chinese or a Yankee. Anemia is the most common disorder of the blood. It's not true •that "anemic condition" is the same thing as "indoor pallor", which will clear up in the sunshine. Anemia occurs when there are too few red cells in the blood, or too little hemoglobin in the cells, or both. The color of the skin does not necessarily Indicate anemia. Only a blood test can do this, and should be a part of every medical check-tip. Herald Want Ads bring results. Clermont Airport Charter Flights in Beechcraft Bonanza CLARENCE Phone 29F6161 KITTELSON Clermont, Iowa 35tfc WEDDING MR. DAIRYMAN ARE YOU THINKING OF INSTALLING A . . . BULK TANK? Let us give you a FREE ESTIMATE on how little a DeLAVAL BULK TANK will cost you. We will trade-in your Can Cooler and Cans, and arrange financing if you want it. We Have A Complete Stock Of . . . MILK HOUSE ACCESSORIES To Make A Complete Installation. WE WILL BE OPEN ON FRIDAY NIGHTS and any other time by appointment. We Also Carry A Complete Stock Of . . . PARTS FOR SURGE MILKERS. PULSATORS SERVICED $1.50 each. LOCKREM DAIRY SUPPLY Located l / 2 Block North of St. Paul's Lutheran Church POSTVILLE, IOWA PHONE 86 4-3418 |flne Beautena* circle for the top honors at the third Beautena Royal Show and Sale at Hawkeye Downs, [Rapids, Iowa. |ty-eight Holstein raised to appnixi- four months of age fina Dealers as feed- imonstrations were by farm youth groups ( recent third Annual ma Royal Show and held at Hawkeye , Cedar Rapids, Iowa, sold at an average pf 5197, the proceeds " sales going to the gring groups after de- of expenses, o selling calf, shown I Cowrie Chapter, was [by Bruntlett Elevator any arid brought $310. Srand Champion calf fcised by Strayer Seed j, Hudson, and shown | Hudson Chapter. Re- lampion honors won on the calf shown \ Wilton Junction FFA Chapter. She was raised by the Home Mix Feed Company, Wilton Junction. More than 750 people attended the event held at Hawkeye Downs. This was the third Beautena Royal Show and Sale to be held in Iowa by Purina and Purina dealers in the interest of better dairying and the development of rural youth. Your Calves can be ftaautenas Beautena is Purina's name for dairy calves raised in Purina Dealer's stores to demonstrate the Purina Calf Program. You, too, can raise calves like those in the Beautena- Royals on your own farm with this proven program. Let us show you how. A recent addition to the ever- changing face of Purina's famous Research Farm at Gray Summit, Mo., is a new and modern laying house . . . the first of a series of new poultry units to be constructed there. Its purpose: to permit expanded efforts by Purina poultry scientists who are searching for the nutrition answers every profit-minded poul- tryman wants. "In this house," says J. E. Marr, Manager of Purina General Poultry Research, "we compiled all available information on the response of laying hens to different environment. This information has helped us incorporate features which provide a comfortable unit for producing quality eggs." In such favorable environment, further studies on the nutrient requirements of light and heavy breed hens for high production and good shell quality are expected to be more accurate and meaningful. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Lynch of Nashua were married recently in spite of the recent ice storm's in- j j| terference. The bride was given = away by her 11-year-old brother because her father was delayed in a traffic problem: her soloists had to sing a cappclla because there was no electricity for the pipe organ and they had to turn back from their honeymoon because of icy roads. „ i, i._. ; ' ^ * ! Important*. Worm pigs soon as practical after weaning Because it takes about 2 or 2',-i months for a roundworm to reach maturity, some hog farmers see no need for early treatment. But Purina parasitolo­ gists recommend worming 2 weeks after weaning. Here's why: An immature- roundworm, hatching out in the intestinal tract, migrates through the liver, heart and lungs and returns to "grow up" in the intestinal tract Now it's a simple matter to get rid of these worms' be/ore they eat into your profits. Purina Liquid Pig'W6rmer does it safely and economically. Mite Hash! 5ERV.50FT WATER Servlioft wafer >urge> Into the fabric pom . . whliki out toap and dirt inilantly. Clothel latt longer... look 10 much cleaner, fresher. See in about convenient, dependable Serviioft water. GET ALL THE DETAILS . . . PHONE TODAY season EASTER . . . and the world is beautiful. For a very special season, we've fashions to help you feel special, too . . . more feminine, prettier than ever. For all your moods . . . young, lively, gala, glamorous, elegant, dignified . . . you'll find the perfect expression in new styles from our unusually attractive and complete collection. 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