Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 29, 1961 · Page 2
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 29, 1961 Why Lutherans have their own insurance society: Early in this century, Lutheran leaders decided that Lutherans should work together to aid their church and provide the best possible life insurance for members. So they organized Lutheran Brotherhood. It is operated by Lutherans, and pffers life insurance to all Lutherans. As Lutheran Brotherhood representatives in this area, we would like to show you how our insurance plans give you protection when you need it most... and then provide retirement income when you are ready to quit working. We also use the practical "Financial Guide for Lutherans" to help you plan your entire financial program. Bob Brinkman Postville, Iowa Phone 86 44974 Representing LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD Minneapolis, Minnesota Living benefits for Lutherans through life insurance JOIN THE . . . Easter Parade Suggestions: • SUITS • HATS DRESSES — Sizes 7 to 50. SKIRTS — BLOUSES — full line. RAINCOATS — Dressy and Reversible. HOSIERY — JEWELRY — PURSES. Ruby's Fashion Shop Postville, Iowa Gunder News MRS. CORNELIUS BEIERSON Correspondent Marion Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Maihre, Pastor Women of Marion congregation and friends, this Thursday will mark the second meeting of the Marion Lutheran Church Women. Time of the meeting, 2:00 o'clock. Hostesses: Mrs." Olvin Olson, Gordon Landsgard, Arvid Anderson and Howard Hanson. Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard will have the Bible Study. Remember to bring your Bibles and "Scope" (if you have it). Mrs. Otmar Bruns, of Monona, the conference president will speak. Election of officers will take place and installation of them. Thursday, March 30, 2:00 p. m.— Marion Women meet. 7:00 p. m. — (Junior and Senior choirs practice. 8:00 p. m. — Holy Week Communion Service. Last filmstrip, "The Crucifixion". Saturday, April 1 — Junior and Senior Confirmants meet at 9:00 a. m. Easter Sunday, April 2, 7:00 a. m.—Youth sponsored Sunrise Service. Hot Cross Buns, coffee and hot chocolate will be served from 8:00 to 10:30. 11:00 a. m.—Festival Easter Service — Both choirs. Dedication of Junior Choir gowns. (No Sunday School). Other Gunder News. Mr. and' Mrs. Henry Olson were weekend guests of the Harold family at Ames and were coffee guests of the Ewald Skarshaug family while there also. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Holm, Brenda and Pamela of Fort Wayne, Indiana spent Thursday and Friday with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Selmer Holm and with Mrs. Ella Marting at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson were Saturday evening visitors in the Kenneth Kjosa home. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Loftsgard spent Friday at the home of the Kenneth Anderson family. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family were callers in the Julia Loftsgard home Sunday afternoon. Pre-Easter dinner guests Sunday in the T. L. Loftsgard home were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and family of Clermont. Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa visited Wednesday afternoon in the Joseph Reierson home. A Pre-Easter dinner was held at the Ole Loftsgard home Sunday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith and family and Eddie Krambeer of Postville, Eldora Anderson and L'Myra of Clermont and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold and Brenda Bilden visited Sunday afternoon in the Raymond Loftsgard home of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson spent Saturday evening in the Ronald Gunderson home. Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard helped with quilting Wednesday in the Louis Butikofer home. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Reierson and Mervin Reierson accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson, Dix­ ie and David to Waterloo Thursday and were dinner guests of Mary Wold. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Palsy, Joann and Tommy of Lansing were Saturday dinner guests in the Mary Olson and Seima Groth home. Mr. and Mrs. Olvin Olson and Vickie were Sunday dinner guests in the Will Bergen home. Visitors Tuesday evening of Mrs .j Emma Eberling at Postville were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson and family. j Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Nyberg and family of Auburn were Sunday evening visitors in the Henry Nyberg home. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Gisleson visited in the Gerald Winter home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Carroll Klingmon and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reierson and family were callers Sunday afternoon in the Orvin Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Guyer were Friday visitors in the Orvin Loftsgard home. Mrs. Cornelius Reierson was a- dinner guest Saturday in the Lloyd Reierson home. Mrs. Gilbert Loftsgard spent Sunday evening in the Ronald Loftsgard home. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Loftsgard and Harold were Sunday afternoon callers of the Myron Houg family. Mr. and Mrs. Morris Amundson and family spent Sunday evening in the Ole Amundson home at Clermont. Harold Opsand was a dinner guest in the Amundson home Sunday. Mrs. Clarence Anderson spent Monday in the Kenneth Kjosa home. luana News MRS. ARTHUR BERG Correspondent St. John's Lutheran Church L. W. Rcuther, rastor Sunday. April 2, 9:00 a. m.— Easter service. Please note the change of time. 10:15 a. m.—Sunday school and Bible classes. Wednesday. March 29, 7:15 p. m.—.Junior choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m.—Youth choir rehearsal. Friday, March 31, 7.15 p. m.— Junior choir rehearsal. 7:30 p. m. — Youth and Senior choir rehearsal. Monday, April 3, 7:30 p. m.~ Sunday school staff, Wednesday, April 5, 8:00 p. m,— Church council. PUBLIC AUCTION FARM MACHINERY on the lot at the South Edge of Monona on Highway 18 and 52, on Wednesday, April 5 Starting at 12 o'clock Noon Not Responsible for Accidents Lunch Wagon on Grounds BROAD GRAIN RESEAL LOAN PROGRAM ANNOUNCED Methodist Church E. Wayne Hllmer, Pastor TRACTORS — John Deere A, Starter, Lights, Lift, Overhauled John Deere A, Starter, .Lights, Powertrol, Power Block John Deere 50, Live Power, Rebored, New Aluminum Pistons John Deere 60, Live Power, A-l Shape John Deere B with Cultivator, Starter, Lights, Lift, Overhauled 2 John Deere with Cultivator, Starter, Lights Farmall H, Starter, Lights, Lift Allis-Chalmers WC, Starter, Lights, Ex. Good Rubber Allis-Chalmers B, Ideal for Wheel Planting PLOWS, DISKS — 3-14 McCormick No. 8 Hyd 2-16 McCormick 2-14 McCormick 2-14 McCormick for Super C Tractor 2-14 John Deere, 3 point, like new 2-16 John Deere 2-16 Allis-Chalmers, mtd. 2-16 No. 44 J. D. Hyd. 3 15-ft. Disks 8-ft. M-M Tandem CULTIVATORS — 3 2-row John Deere 2 Allis-Chalmers for C Tractor 1 Massey-Harris 2 Set Rotary Hoe Shield Attachments CORN PLANTERS — McCormick, Front Mounted to fit Super C 4 John Deere 290, all with fertilizer attachment McC. 240 with fert. attach. J. D. 999, fertilizer attach. and 3-point hitch J. D. 490, fert. attach. Used Fertilizer Attachment for 290 Planter COMBINES — John Deere 12A PTO Allis-Chalmers 60 PTO Pickup for Allis-Chal. 60 SPREADERS — 2 John Deere L, both A-l 4 John Deere H, checked New Idea 14-A, good New Idea, 4-Wheel NEW EQUIPMENT— J. D. 6 x 12 Wagon Box 2 Walsh Flare Boxes Hydraulic Bolster Hoist Papec Mill and Mixer Unit 4-sec. 3-pt. Hitch Drag Harrow Attach, for 8-ft. Wheel Disk Noble Insecticide or Herbicide attachment for 2- row planter MISCELLANEOUS — McCormick 45-Ton Baler 2-row Massey-Harris 2 John Deere 43 PTO Shelters McCormick Sheller 6x10 Wagon Box 8-ft. J. D. Fert. Spreader Side Mtd. Allis Chalmers Mower J. D. 72 Chopper, hay head 220 Letz Mill, belt drive 220 Letz Mill, PTO, port. 8-ft. Oliver Field Cult. 2 2-sec. Spring Tooth Harrows 3 Hyd. Cyls. with hoses 2 Sets Fenders for John Deere Tractor Woods Bros. Corn Picker John Deere 226 Picker Loaded to fit Ford Tractor Post Hole Digger 4-bar John Deere Rake McCormick, 4-Wheel Many Other Articles Too Numerous To Mention. ANY ARTICLE SUBJECT TO PRIOR SALE MORE ITEMS BY SALE DATE TERMS—CASH: If credit is desired, see Clerk before day of sale. No property to be removed until settled for. Hansmeier Implement E. L. "Diz" Dean and Miyhew Eaton, Aucts. Luana Savings Bank, Clerk A broad reseal program on 1960- crop grains in Iowa has been announced by Gerald C. Randleman. Chairman, State Agricultural Stabilization and Conservation Committee. The program in Iowa includes the following provisions: 1. Farmers may reseal 1960 crops of corn and grain sorghum under farm-stored price support loans for a two-year period after the maturity date of the original loan this spring or summer. 2. Farmers may reseal farm- stored 1960-crop oats under loans for another year. 3. Farmers may convert purchase agreements on 1960-c r o p farm-stored grains to reseal loans. 4. All crops now under reseal may be extended under the announced program. In Iowa these include 1958 and 1959-crop corn and grain sorghums: 1958-crop oats: 1957-crop corn; and 1956-crop corn. The Chairman explained that the reseal program is being announced now in order to encourage farmers to plan for adequate farm storage. Farm storage promotes orderly marketing and protects farm prices by enabling farmers to hold grain off the market at peak harvest periods when commercial facilities are often at capacity levels and when market prices are normally seasonally low. Adequate storage is vital for farmers' participation in the price support program, and the reseal program helps farmers finance new- storage by providing storage payments. Mr. Randleman pointed out that the farm storage facility loan program, in effect since 1949, is another aid in helping farmers to acquire needed farm storage. The loans for constructing new storage bins, cribs or other approved structures, are available through the County ASC Offices. "If your religion makes you gloomy, you may have dyspepsia but you don't have religion." 9:15 a. m. — Hallelujah Easter service. Children's Story. 'Triumph of the Bells". Sermon. "The Never- Ending Easter." 10.00 a. m.—Sunday School. The Easter Sunrise service in the Monona Church (note that place) at 5:45 a. m. The Monona WSCS will serve an Easter breakfast, fol lowing the service. Other Luana News.. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Breitsprecher I attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Nancy Connell and Dale Haskin at Marquette Satur -I day. Mrs. Edna Smith went to Waukon Tuesday to be a house guest of Mrs. Julia Welter and to help her old friend. Mrs. Carrie Brooks celebrate her 91st birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz and Louis Engclhardt were dinner guests in the Mrs. Edna Smith home Palm Sunday. A dinner was held Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade in honor of their daughter Jean's confirmation. Guests were: The Rev. and Mrs. L. W. Reuther, Grandpa Agar. Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Landt. Mr. and Mrs. V. W. Zieman, Mrs. Ray Chiappe and Robert of Highland Park. Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman. Sharon, Dianne. Cynthia and Kathy and Mrs. Maude Baade. In the evening they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Baade. Verla and Lester, Mrs. Bertha Lembke and Mr. and Mrs. Don Baade, Michelle and Lanney. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Friederich and baby of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Gunderson and children of Monona. Mrs. Lena Fette and Mrs. Lena Schrader were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs." Elmer Schrader and LaVern. near Monona. Mrs. Arthur Walter went to Hazelton Thursday and spend the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Addle DeGraw and also with her brother and family. She returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley RadlofT, Sr., Bruce and Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Harley RadlofT, Jr., and children, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Sebastian and boys and Linda Hughes of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Doerring and Mrs. Anna Gcntz were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doerring and Bonny in honor of their son, Dwight, who was confirmed Sunday at the St. John's Lutheran church. Mrs. Lorenz Doerring went to Marlon Friday (o spend a few days in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Scott. In honor of their sons Donald and Ronald confirmation Sunday, Mr. arid Mrs. Lynn Hangtirtner had as their dinner guests: Mr. and Mrs. Hclmuth Meyer of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Knecskern and Dan E. of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas. Linda, Jerry and Stevie, Mrs. Rosenn Krambeer and Robert and Mrs. Minnie Collins. Louie Schultz, who had been in the University Hospital for several weeks, died there Sunday morning. Do you employ Help those who wo get the social swat them by property ^ earnings. Pay social sj promptly ami be sutsi correct social scoiiihl number lor each pttjj employ. Cash wajaj" $4.00 a week entitle w gardener, cook, chaulb. sitter to social security Herald Want Ads t YOUR County MuJ InsuranJ GIVES YOU 3 SERVICE - J COVERAJJ 184 YEARS One-hundred-eighty-four years are represented by two "youngsters" — William Orr and George Ehrhardt. Each is 92 years old. Mr. Ehrhardt is a retired justice of the peace and Orr is still semi-active as a farm seed salesman. Orr and Ehrhardt have known each other and have been friends all their long lives. c •o E < t- u. u. X <H| # No Policy FM L t) No Memberifyi AGENT Rodney 1, $J Phone 86 Mil Winneshiek MntalM AtMciittel Complete Line ol M i GUARANTEED f/Q LUBRICATION » Becousr new qreen DX AN- Purpose Grease gives you a ride that's smooth as silk. •a WAIT FOR CORNEA TRANSPLANTS An average of four persons a month needing corneal transplants are placed on the waiting list of the Iowa Lions Eye Bank at The State University of Iowa hospitals. The corneas are provided by donors who will their eyes at their death to the Eye Bank. Qualify Today's housewives demand high quality in eggs — both inside and out. And, you deliver top quality when you produce and sell DeKalb eggs- good to look at, delicious to eat . . . Quality ail the way! the Famous the Royalty of Poultry ALFRED MEYER Phone 86 4-3213 Postville

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