Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 29, 1961 · Page 5
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we to fidget's Church [J, Vallaster, Pastor IMass at 7:30 a. m. •asses — 8:00 and 10:00 [•Mass at 8:30 a. m.,.foi- lalechetlcal instruction Masses at 6:00 a. m. and will be heard every torn 3:00 to 5:30 and :30 p. m. |le U. B. Church ion W. EUerbeck Jvorsnip at 9:00 a. m. jthooi at 10:00 a. m. Mything to sell? The ft Ad section will do it, Community Presbyterian Church Walter T. Martin, Pastor The Sacrnment of the Lord's Supper, Thursday, March 30, ;it 8:00 p. m. Easter Sunrise Service at 6:45 a. m. 10:00 a. m. — Morning worship service. 11:00 a. m.~Sunday School. Cherub, Carol and Youth choirs will rehearse Thursday after school. Chancel choir Thursday at T.30 and after the communion service. There will be no Bible reading group Saturday. The Easter Circle will meet Tuesday, April 4 at 8:00 p. m. with Mrs. D. E. Tinker. Mrs. Don While will be the assisting hostess, The Martha Circle will meet Wednesday, April 5 at 2:00 p. m. with Mrs. Harvey Douglass and Mrs. Robert Enyart as hostesses. The Miriam Circle will meet Wednesday, April 5 at 2:00 p. m. with Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and and Mrs. Emma Livingood as hostesses. The Naomi Circle will meet Wed- jnesday, April 5 at 2:00 with Mrs. w-'n Duecrin fi and Mrs. Harley Hills as hostesses. The Ruth Circle will meet Wednesday April 5 at 8:00 p. m . with Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison and Mrs Harlan Fuels as hostesses. [ICE-Reduction of Interest Rate to 5%% |EDERAL LAND BANK of OMAHA How much interest will you pay in 1965? ' COULD BE LESS... if you have a Land Bank- Joan! Three times in the past the Federal Land Sank has voluntarily reduced the interest rate ftp all existing loans—a reduction made possible j§ecause the Land Bank is owned by those who i its services. Come in and let us tell you out the many advantages of a Land Bank j^jban on land, whether it's used to pay off debts, to buy land, to make improvements or for other purposes. ieral Land Bank Association of Decorah Cote, Mgr. Phone 382-5068 or Write THE LITHE LOOK ' s the suit look of the year! All year, in this case, because the handsome salt and" pepper tweed is a crispblend that takes four-seasons-out-of-foor in '*« smart stride. Double breasted crop-top and *p skirt..all fully lined..tailored by Turoff. ""UftflteMnPYy, black, or brown rayon acetate tw «ed. Sizes 10 to 20. ••WlllllllllllfltlHMMHIIIiIMM *een Style Shop Where Style and Budget Meet 1 8 * 4-3614 Postville, Iowa Clermont Lutheran Parish John D. Kronlokkcn, Pastor Wednesday. March 29, 7:00 p. m.—West Junior Choir rehearsal. 8:00 p. m. — Holy Week Communion Service. East Church. Thursday. 8:00 p. m.—Holy Week Communion Service, West Church. Good Friday, 3:00 p. m.—Good Friday Service at West Church. Saturday, 9:00 a. m.—Senior Confirmation Class meets at East Church. 10:30 a. m.—Senior Confirmation class meets at West Church. Easier Day. 9:30 a. m. —West Festival Service with Processional offering followed by Sunday School. All choirs sing. 11:00 a. m.—East Festival Service with Processional offering. All j choirs siiifl. 10:00 u. m.—Sunday School, i 7:30 p. m.—East Luther League. ! Note: Easter services will be telecast at H :00 \a. rn.. on Channel 0 from a Lutheran Church. Wednesday. April 5. 2:00 p. m.— West ALCW meets. Hostesses: Mrs. Leo Gricbenow, Mrs. Clarence Rear, Mrs. Ivan Anderson, Mrs. Otto Vasby. Mrs. Evelyn Olson, Mrs. John Yauslin. Mrs. Victor Guyer. Mrs. Martin Gunderson. Bible Study: Mrs. Theodore Loftsgard; Higher Education: Mrs. Millard Rear. 7:00 p. m.—West Junior Choir rehearsal. Thursday. April 6. 2:00 p. m — East ALCW meets. Hostesses: Mrs. Alvin Erickson. Genevieve Anderson, Mrs. James Taylor, Clara and Myrtle Peterson, Mrs. William Bacon: program. Mrs Aines Olson and Mrs. Arthur Helgerson. 8:00 p. m.—Evening Group of West ALCW meets. Hostesses: Mrs. Arnold Stumme. Mrs. Louis S. Olson: program. Mrs. John Gass and Mrs. Donald Cowell. Fridav. April 7, 8:00 p. m.—Parish Brotherhood meets at West Clermont Church. Castalia News MRS. HARLAN STEE Correspondent Zion Lutheran Church Rev. Walter Pfeffer, Pastor Wednesday. March 29. 8:00 p. m.—Choir rehearsal. Maundy, Thursday, 8:00 p. m.— Communion Service. Good Friday, 10:00 a. m. — Communion Service. Easter Sunday, 6:00 a. m.—Sun­ rise Service. Sunrise breakfast follows and continues until 8:00. Luther League sponsors the breakfast. Free will donation. 9:30— Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Worship Service. E. U. B. Church Rev. Ernest E. Burch Thursday evening — Holy Communion. Good Friday. 1:00-3:00 — (Union Service at Decorah Congregational Church). Easter morning. 9:30 — Sunday School. 10:30— Worship Service. Oilier Castalia News. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. Jr., Sherry, Terry and Jerry of Ashmore, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown. Sr.. of Rossville, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Bachelder, Leon. Dale. Lyle and Terry and John Svendscn were Sunday dinner s.;cs!s in the Art Svendsen home. The occasion was their daughter Evelyn's contirmation. Mr. rnd Mrs. Robert Wettleson and Kimherly Kay of near Postville. Jo Ann Breitsprecher of Cedar Ranids. Pamela Albright ( and Mrs. Emma Breitsprecher were Sunday guests in the Lyle Breitsprecher home. The occasion was their daughter Mary Ellen's confirmation, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Suckotv o! Ilawkeye visited in the Glen Schave and Will Schave home on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixler, Kathleen and Danny of Luana spent Sunday evening in the Schave home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schnuelle of Luana, Mr. and' Mrs. Raymond Schnuelle, Renee and Handy of near Postville, Frank Dullstrom of McGregor, Mr. and Mrs.. Donald Schnuelle and Cindy were Sunday guests in the Fritz Schnuelle home. The occasion was their son Clinton's -confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schutte and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer of near Ossian and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutte and family were Sunday guests in the Ruebcn Schutte home. The occasion was the confirmation of their daughter Linda. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Leo Nelson, Ardell and A. D. of near Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and! Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stee and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Dale Blumhagen and Bruce, and, Becky LaVelle of Postville were Sunday guests in the Harlan Stee home. The occasion was the confirmation of their son Harlan Jr. I Mr. and Mrs. Robert McNally and family of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Svendsen and family of near Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Preuss and Dale of Elroy, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Preuss and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Preuss home. The occasion was the confirmation of Ed Preuss's grandson, Dean Monroe. Lois Everman of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and Jim, Mrs. Leon Everman, Bruce and Byron, Rev. and Mrs. Walter Pfeffer, Kathy and Ruth, Mrs. Alma Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson, Jr. and girls of Clermont were Sunday guests in the Leslie Anderson home. The occasion was Marilyn Anderson's confirmation. Blaine Jones, Mark and Dale of DeForest, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schara, Gayle and Robyn, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara and Debbie of Austin, Minnesota, Mrs. Olivia Schweinefus and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Grenneman and Diane of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Anfinson, Gary, David and Sherry and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schweinefus and Jeffery of Ossian, Sharon Rae Schara of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schara of Postville were Sunday guestts in the Ray Schara home. The occasion was Sandra's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten and Mrs. Lena Perry of Postville were Sunday guests in the Vernon Kamp home. The occasion was 'Jolayne's confirmation. Mr. and Mrs. George Wander entertained at dinner Sunday for their daughter Suzanne's confirmation. Those in attendance were Mr. and Mrs. William Mueller of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. Ja'ke Wander and Steven, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wander, Linda and Keith and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Griebenow and Leon, all of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Schultz and family of Monona, John Wander of Ossian and Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Schweinefus of Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter, Allen, Diane and Larry of Bloomington, Wisconsin were callers at the John Kluss home Sunday afternoon. They were enroute home from Mabel, Minnesota where they had visited in the Melvin Engelhardt home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Ferguson of Monona were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kluss. Lois Everman of Waterloo spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman. Mrs. Elsie Schultz was a Sunday overnight and Monday guest in the Ronald Schultz home in Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preuss and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder and Doyle visited in the Alvin Nuehring and Emil Arndt homes in Nora Springs. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Pankow and family of Calmar spent the weekend in the Clifford Sphar home. Dwayne Reisner attended a Lumberman's convention in Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda of Ossian and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe spent Saturday Wednesday, March 29, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5- evening in the Lloyd Monroe's home. They helped the twins, Dianne and Debra celebrate their, ninth birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Cowell and family of Minneapolis visited in the Robert Szabo home. The M. C. A. Club was held at the E. U. B. church Wednesday afternoon. The study book, "Hymnbook of the Ages" was presented by Mrs. Florence Albright with reading and discussion by the members. Mrs. Herman Reckward and Mrs. Reuben Monroe were the hostesses. Members and friends of the Audubon Society enjoyed an outing Sunday afternoon at the Kenneth Green and Clarence Green sugar bushes. A picnic supper was served at the Clarence Green bush house, with pancakes and maple syrup as the main dish. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Gilster, Cheryl and Mavis were guests oE Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Welzel and Judy at Eldorado Sunday evening. Judy was confirmed Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Hervie Schmidt and family of Hamlet, Indiana spent the weekend with Mr. and Mrs. William H. Schmidt. Mrs. Turner, Elva and Linda of Decorah visited Sunday afternoon in the Kenneth Schultz home. Uniform freshening of cows throughout the year is gaining favor among some dairymen, especially those on a Grade A market, says Dairyman Donald E. Voelker of Iowa State University. FLOORS DRAPTY? IF SO, switch to Green Colonial Heating! Enjoy even heat in every room. It's the tailored-to-fit installation that makes the difference. Contact the authorized dealer below right away for oil, gas or coal heat! GUS' Heating & Plumbing Loren Meyer Postville, Iowa "COLONIAL NEW TIRES — NEW TIRES Close Out on Mud and Snow Tires WHILE THEY LAST FIRESTONE Town and Country 2 - 7:50x14 .... $22.90 each Nylon Tubeless 2 - 7:50x14 .... $21.20 each Tyrex Tubeless 2 - 6:70x15 ... $17.99 each Tyrex Tube Type 2 - 6:70x15 ... $21.25 each Tyrex Tubeless 2 - 6:00x13 ... $17.46 each Tyrex Tubeless MONTGOMERY WARDS 2 - 6:70x15 .... $21.50 each Nylon Tubeless 2 - 8:25x20 ... $82.25 each 10 Ply — Hi Trac. — Not Mounted These are Cash Prices, Mounted. — Plus Sales Tax. 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