Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 22, 1961 · Page 8
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I 1 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, Marcfi 22, 1961 Frankville News MRS. ROY KNEESKERN Correspondent Community Church Robert Reynolds, Pastor Ruth Guild met at the home of •Mrs. Eugene Dreter on Thursday afternoon of last week and Rachael Guild met with Mrs. Earl Koenig the same afternoon, where 13 mem- 1 >ers were present. Seven members and one visitor attended the Suth Guild. Bible Study and the usual programs were given. Following the business sessions lunches were served at each guild and a social time was enjoyed. The next meeting will be held at the church. "Thursd?"- afternoon. March 30. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Robert Reynolds on Thursday afternoon of this week. Other Frankville News. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Peck went to Prsirie du Chien Saturday to meet the latters mother, Mrs. Hazel Brandt, who came from Florida after spending most of the winter months there. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walby and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Le- lanri Walby. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Timmerman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Mil- Ion Koenig and girls, all of Castalia, were Sunday evening visitors at the Earl Koenig home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fadness, Dawn and Yvonne were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Fadness in Becorah. Mrs. Elmer Fadness spent Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Phil Schlatter in Decorah. Miss Joan Scheidel of Ossian and Cedar Rapids and Mrs. Leora Ambrose were Sunday dinner gnests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Xyster Van Wey. Charles Van Wey spent the weekend at home. Karan Lenth and Bill Anderson of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the Sylvan Lenth home. The group attended the wedding of Dixie Brainard and James Koopman at St. Paul's church in Post- vWe Saturday afternoon. I>ean Ohloff, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Bill Ohloff celebrated his '1 J— DEKALB * CORN Can Help "Whip" Yield Robbers and Save Profits Don't be "caught short" Plant special DeKalb Varieties, bred for extra resistance to borers, aphids, leaf blight and stalk rots. SEE ME FOR SPECIFIC VARIETY RECOMMENDATIONS ALFRED MEYER Phone 86 4-3213 tenth birthday with a party at his home on Saturday afternoon. Games were played for entertainment; n lunch was served and Dean received many nice gifts, in remembrance of the occasion. The following attended: Roy Snyder, Jeffrey Lange, Roger Schuette, Peter Fichtel; Ford Willman, Randy Mork. Chip Jarmes and Alan Martindale. i i Mr. and Mrs. Ted Feickert and' family were Sunday dinner guests' at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Hemry in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Schnuelle and Cindy of near Castalia, and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Thompson and Wayne were Sunday afternoon visitors at' the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Berg. Mrs. Earl Headington went to Sleepy Eye, Minnesota Thursday where she" will visit a few days at the home of her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Heiberg. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters went to Davenport February 25, where on Sunday they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cyril Albeck, the occasion being to celebrate their mother's 94th birthday. All of Mrs. Water's children were present including: Mr. and Mrs. John Stock of Sioux City; (Mabel), Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Jeglum and Mr. and Mrs. Albeck. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Morstad in Decorah. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alden Grinna and family of Decorah were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Krieeskern. Mr. and Mrs. Aulden Cornish and Mr. and Mrs. Michael Kneeskern and Scottie of Postville were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. arid' Mrs. Le'6 Kneeskern. Mr. arid Mrs. Harlan Hemry of Ossian spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elma Meeker. Mrs. Esther Van Wey went to Waterloo Monday to visit her daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Muchow. She returned on Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern were Thursday evening visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aulden Cornish in Postville. R. C. T. Dennis R. Kneeskern spent the past week visiting his parents and friends in Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern and Mrs. Aulden Cornish of Postville accompanied him to La Crosse where he will be returning to Fort Benning, Georgia. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steuri spent Sunday with relatives in Brodhead Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Steuri and Mr and Mrs. Mervin Martie were La Crosse visitors on Monday. Mrs. Earl Koenig served as co- hostess with Mrs. Orville Koenig of Castalia at a baby, shower on March 10, at the Earl Koenig home near Frankville. The occasion was in honor of Mrs. George Bachelder and baby daughter, Janene, of Decorah. The afternoon was spent visiting and playing games. A lunch was served and the baby re- cei%-ed gifts. The following attended: Miss Lulu Campbell of Decorah: Mrs. Gerald Hager, Mrs. Cloy Meyer, Mrs. Donald Gilson, Mrs. Lloyd Brandt and Lois and Mrs. Walter Brandt, all of Castalia; Mrs. Earl Bachelder of West Union. Mrs. Leo O'Hara of Castalia and Postville I Mrs - Robert Brandt of Ossian; Mrs. Carl Schnitzler and Mrs. Coletta Hogan were unable to attend, but sent gifts. The Class of 1961 ... SENIOR PERSONALITIES Interviews from P. H. S. nic Landt, Pamela Lenth, Loren Rndloff, Sue Ann RadlofT, Crystal Staley and James Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and children of Cedar Rapids were Saturday and Sunday guests in the homo of her mother, Mrs. Charlotte Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer Sunday, March 26. 9:30 a. m.-| entertained at dinner Sunday in Confirmation honor of thelr son ' Mic hael*s com- 10:45 a. m.-Sunday school and! : confirmation. Guests were: Mr. Bible classes I and Mrs ' Lynn Har| g « r t n e<' and • "« _ Youth. sons ' Ronald and Donald, Mrs. Ro- Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. W. Luana News MRS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent St. John's Lutheran Church L. W. Rcuther, raster Wednesday, March 22 - - , after the Lenten ; Roger Liviitgood Kaye Cook Donald Hoth Roger Livingood There is no sure formula for. success, but if having a good outlook on life has anything to do with it, one of the Postville seniors already has* a good start. Unlike most of the seniors Roger Livingood has no favorites. When asked if he had a favorite subject he said, "No". When asked if he had a favorite food Roger replied, I like everything" and when questioned about a favorite friend Roger answered, "It's better to Have a lot of friends." Roger does have one thing that he likes better than anything else, and that's being outdoors, especially if he can be hunting or fishing. While in school he has been active in F. F. A. and has developed' an interest in mechanics. After graduation Roger is going to enter some branch of the service. ***** Kaye Cook Even as you walk down the hall on a dark, dreary day. "Sunshine" abounds! No, riot literally, but you could just about say so, for "Sun shine", alias Kaye Cook doesn't believe that the day's weather or the problems of school are any excuse for not being happy and in high spirits. In fact, this tiny, blond, blue-eyed senior has so much pep; energy, and personality that you simply couldn't feel dreary, grumpy or tired for long with her around. Just like the character she por trayed in this year's one-act play, which is one of her many activi ties, Kaye is a gal who believes in having fun any way, any time, and anywhere. Participating in band, mixed chorus, instrumental and vocal solos, French Horn Quartet, brass sextet, girl's trio, declam and Thespians, and outside activi ties; Rainbow, choir accompanist and choir offer such an opportunity, -and. .avmlac tndba aih brabee Kaye loves sports and being a cheerleader, she has a chance to let out some of her excess energy; choir rehearsal service. Thursday, March 23, 7:15 p. m.— Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Senior choir rehearsal. Monday. March 27, 8:00 p. m — Brotherhood. Maundy Thursday, March 30, 7:30 p. m.—Holy Communion. Good Friday. March 31, 9:30 a. m.—Service and Holy Communion. Announcements, Tuesday afternoon and evening, March 23. but she sadly relates that this is not enough. "I only wish I was a boy so I could participate in 'em." As far as hobbies go, Kaye's stuffed animals .could win first prize for being the biggest collection of anything in the state, and her record ^collection is running a close second. Kaye is also very proud of her bedroom wall—or at least it was a wall before it became transformed into a maze of clippings, signs,-programs, etc., which represent an accumulative four-year record of Postville High. As of the present, Kaye is undecided about her future, but does plan to enter some field of music. However, you can bet that wherever she is, or whatever she does, she will continue to spread "sunshine" to all those who are disheartened with the day's problems. It's something she can't help! ***** AM£RIM5 FOREMOST CHIX Meyer Hatchery ffion* 86 4-3213 Postville STILL TEACHES W. J. Lindsey of Millersburg recently celebrated his 92nd birthday He teaches a Sunday school class of "old men" ranging in ages from 45 to over 80. He farmed and taught school for 60 years and has been teaching Sunday school "always", he says. CALF A calf of unusual size, only about 12 inches high, was born recently to a black Angus cow owned by Louis Chapman of Massena. Mr. Chapman reports the calf is doing fine, runs and plays the same as a normal sized calf. More attention must be given to improving flavor of dairy produces on the market in order for consumption to continue increasing says Dairyman G. W. Reinbold of Iowa State University. y»IIMII!lllllllll>illlllllMIIIIIIMtlltllllllltlllllll!IIIIIMIIII(^ SPECIAL I PAINT i I VA1UES I I LATEX WALL PAINT White & Beautiful Coloni JONLY $075 GAL. NYBERG'S Postville, Iowa Missing- Persons Report Name: Donald Hoth; Alias: "Hottie." Identification: Tall, brown hair, brown eyes. Occupation: Senior at Postville High School. Reason Wanted: Needed for a senior interview. Known Interests: Band. Vocal Music, Class officer. Student Coun cil, Junior Class Play. Associates: Members of the Track, Basketball and Football teams. Plans: To attend State University of Iowa and major in Business Likes: Anything funny. Last Seen: Parking 1950 Buick in front of the Farmers Store where he has been working for the past two years. Anyone knowing the whereabouts of this person, please give the information to the Senior class, as they would like to have him back. Donald Hoth Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor "Christ has outlived the Empire that crucified Him 19 centuries ago. He will outlast the dictators who defy Him now." Services the first and third Sundays of the month at 9:15 a. m Monday, 7:30 p. m. ' ""' and Fellowship. Thursday. 7:30 p. m. — Maundy Thursday Communion Service at the Monona Methodist Church. Friday. 1:30 p. m.—Good Friday Dramatic Service at the E. U. B. Church in Monona. Other Luana News. Mr. and Mrs. Don Sparrow of Chicago, came Saturday for a few- days visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Friederich and baby of Postville were Sunday guests of her grandmother, Mrs. Lena Fette. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Meyer of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Duwe. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Perkins and daughter of Cedar Rapids and Jack Perkins. Jr.. of Martelle spent the weekend with relatives and also visited their father. Jack Perkins. Sr.. who is in the hospital in Waukon. Mrs. Jack Perkins, Jr., and children, who spent the past week with her mother, Mrs. Char lotte Brown returned home with her husband Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Don Lamborn and daughter of Postville, Mrs. Doro I thy Grim and son Max and Lester F. Landt, Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Reuther and Mr. Ager, Kevin, Jeffery, Danna and Edward Krambeer, all of Luana, Miss Elsie Possehl of Monona and Margaret Smith of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Backhaus and son Danny of Guttenberg, Mrs. Dwain Wolter and sons Laine and Ricky and Mrs. Elsa Gossman were Sunday dinner guests in the William Staley home. Jean Marie Rose returned to her home in Rock Falls, Illinois Wednesday, accompanied by her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Rose. mon cold. It's wise li at this stage so he Q(1 diagnosis ami presetM Frequently small \W specks surrounded bj ring can be found i lining ot the cheeks vt& time between the secoiA day of illness, the bjl rash appears. The sjdjl and slightly raised, tjl first on the face and a spread to the trunk, mjl During measles the qjl sitive to Rlnrc. It's sjjl sary to darken the tojl patient should not (xtf light. \ After about a week, 4 *1 I gins to fade and the ta Wo feel better. Hwijjjl portant to keep him \% his doclo to get up MEASLE SPOTS SPROUT IN SPRING The measles crop is sprouting now. Sneezing, watery eyes, fever Junior choir i and a slight cough mark the start I of this disease which is prevalent now. It's hard to escape measles, one of the most communicable of childhood diseases. Because it's so common, measles frequently is considered trivial. But it can be a serious disease, especially in infancy, reports the Iowa State Department of Health. A doctor should be notified immediately after an infant has been exposed to measles. He may advise an injection to postpone the disease until the child is nearer to school age, but treatment must be given at once if it is to be effective. The first symptoms appear about ten days after a child has been exposed to a case of measles. At the onset, the disease resembles a com- r says if s VITAMIN J Research at The StM of Iowa resulted in h\ that Vitamin E is the ti-oxidant in vegetable j, such is responsible tot {, ing" qualities of these j SUI research was conii late Henry A. Mattifl,\m the 1950 Iowa award oti can Chemical Social studies. We have no quarreh, who has lower prices* better than anyone eial services are worth. MIIIMIIIIIIlllllllIll SPECIAL 17" RCftYl PORTABLE Only m BALTZ Sales and Strril liniitiiiiiiiiiuiiini CARPETS ARE MOST EXPENSIVE COVERING, SO CHOOSE CAREFULLY j Moore of Fayette were Sunday aft ernoon guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick. The examination of 18 catechumens was held in the St. Paul's Lutheran church. Sunday. March 19. Members of the class are Kathy and Kenneth Chamberlain, Donald and Ronald Hangartner. Jean Ann Baade, Karen Brink. Harold Davis. Dwight Doerring. Linda Heins. Jerry Schroeder. Judy Schultz, Michael Krambeer, Don- Iowa City—Of the six "walls" in your living room, it's a pretty safe bet that your carpet is the most expensive "wall" covering. Because carpeting is your biggest investment, it should be your first consideration in home decorating, says Jeannine Welch, instructor in home economics at The State University of Iowa. You must also consider both the carpets decorative aspects and its quality. Choose your carpet with an eye toward versatility; keep in mind that you will probably change decoration of your side walls and ceiling before you change your carpet. Floral patterns in rugs are becoming more popular now, but remember that these call for plain walls or very subdued patterns, Mrs. Welch reminds. Patterns, especially tweeds, are practical from' the standpoint of camouflaging spots and stains. A patterned rug can act as a cover- up for inevitable stains in a dining room, for example. Patterns and tweeds also can be mother-savers in a small house with several small children. Beige and gray are the most popular carpet colors, Mrs. Welch says. Many people think these colors are easier to keep clean, but this is not true. All colors except the very dark or extremely light are about equally difficult to keep clean, she explains. A very wide range of colors is available now, Mrs. Welch continues, primarily because of improved chemical dyes and machines used for dyeing. 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Iowa — with a nine per cent reduction in highway fatalities compared to 1959—was tied with Kansas and New York in seventh place among all states. In the Midwest, only Nebraska, with a 14 per cent reduction in deaths, had a better record than Iowa. ANNOUNCEMENT OFFICE HOURS BY APPOINTMENT ONLY, Dr. M. F. Schlein CHIROPRACTOR Phone 86 4-3731 ASIAN STUDENTS AT SUI Twenty-five new students from other countries enrolled at- The State University of Iowa for the second semester. Most of these new students came from India and the Far East. Butter with poor keeping quality due to an oxidized flavor is generally caused by cream coming in contact with copper after pasteurization with copper or white metal pumps, valves or pipes, says Dairyman Earl O. Wright of Iowa State University. See me for high-yielding PIONEER® seed corn and A-T®brand Certified N0CULIZED alfalfa Trod* Mark R«fl. seed-Ranger or Vernal • PIONEER li a ragtattratf liod.«ortt •f ri«>Mr Hl-lnd Com Co. FRED H. J. 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