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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Postville, Iowa 2 Postville Iowa Herald wednesday july 5, 1972 Frankville news mrs. Lindy Frey correspondent Early settlers often found themselves at the mercy of nature s Wrath. Fire prevention was difficult so men turned their thoughts to insuring themselves against financial loss due to disaster. Farm Mutual were the first to recognize Farmer s needs. And they re still first in farm insurance. See your local far Mutual agent for proven Protection for your farm. He s at the sign of the big m. Faff Flatual Muhsi Ginsu Ranee Smith insurance phone 864-7648 Postville Iowa affiliated with grinned Mutual reinsurance co. T Grinnell. Iowa Bethlehem Frankville and Rossville presbyterian churches minister Rev. Keith Kensinger student assistant Dan Flage wednesday july 5- 1 30 , Frankville ladies Are invited to attend up meeting at Bethlehem Church. Program will feature around the old trip by mrs. Moe. Sunday july 9 11 00 am. Worship hour. No Church school. Notice Frankville ladies of up. Bring gifts for Winneshiek county heme party for july 18 at 1 00. Small gifts or fruit Candy gum Etc birth f baby daughter or. And mrs. Leo Bodensteiner of Frankville Are parents of a baby girl born tuesday june 27, at veterans memorial Hospital in Waukon. She weighed 4 lbs. 14 1/2 of. And has been named Rhonda sue. Mrs. Boden Steiner came Home Friday but the baby remained until sunday until she weighed five pounds. She is the Bodensteiner s first child. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs John Vanwey of Frankville. Celebrates birthday Glen Snitker celebrated his seventh birthday wednesday with no. 12 in a series this 30 by 75 foot pole building for livestock was built for Arthur Walz Luana. Built by Ron Meisner and Crew. Materials were furnished by Niemann lumber co. No Job too Large or Small Postville Darwin Niemann owner pm. 4-7460 a party at the Waukon Park. Present were mrs. Jerry Olson and Brian mrs. Larry Snitker Todd Corey and Christi David Frey and Glen s Mother mrs. Mori in Snitker. Observe birthdays or. And mrs. Merlin Snitker and family or. And mrs. Joe Duwe mrs. Jerry Olson and Brian or. And mrs Larry Snitker and family All celebrated the birthdays of Julie Snitker and Diane Olson with a picnic dinner at Black Hawk Park in Wisconsin sunday. Observe 1st birthday Molisa Hughes daughter of or. And mrs Tod Hughes of Frankville celebrated her first birthday thursday with a party at her Home in the afternoon. Present for the occasion were her grandmother mrs. Paul Wheeler and family Cresco grandparents or and mrs. Dickie Hughes and family Frankville mrs. David Hughes and family mrs. Leo Kneeskern mrs. Gary stun Sand Michael and mrs David Dinger and family Decorah and mrs. Charles Martin and girls Waukon. David and Michael Wheeler of Cresco were visitors from monday until thursday in the Home of their sister or and mrs Tod Hughes and Molisa mrs Merlin Snitker was a caller at the Don Johnson Home in Decorah monday afternoon. Other callers were mrs Bob Wirkler Monona mrs. Elmer Snitker and mrs. Arlene Deeny Waukon and mrs. Bob Hangartner Postville. Saturday afternoon mrs. Merlin Snitker attended the double wedding services of Peggy Winters and Robert Bakken and Cindy Winters and Larry Olson held at the Frankville presbyterian Church. Mrs. Robert Jedele and girls of Wall Lake spent a week s vacation in the Home of har parents or. And mrs. Leslie Allen and family saturday Robert came to visit and sunday they All returned to their Home at Wall Lake. Last sunday evening or. And mrs. Dale Nehrling and Annette of Decorah were visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. David Hughes and family. Thursday evening or. And mrs. David Hughes and family were visitors in the Home of or and mrs. Gene Stockman and family. David Hughes jr., remained for a few Days visit. Friday evening or. And mrs. David Dinger and family were visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. David Hughes and family. Or. And mrs. Robert Vanwey and Brenda Marion were saturday overnight guests in the Home of or and mrs. John Vanwey and  Donnie. Sunday supper guests in the Home of or. And mrs. John Wey and Donald were or and mrs. Norman Peterson and Betty of St. Olaf and or. And mrs. Arthur Hesse of Postville mrs. Virgean Sanderson Terry and Glen Elpaso Texas and or. And mrs. Lester Vanwey were saturday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs Charles Vanwey and Scott of Albert Lea Minn. Mrs. Virgean Sanderson Terry and Glen Elpaso Texas and or. Luana news mrs. Lawrence Baade correspondent Sealy midyear sleep Sale on now same firm inner found at $10 to a Sealy Golden guard you could pay much More for this kind of firm support. Hundreds of specially tempered Dura flex coils plus Sealy s exclusive torsion bar foundation. Deep quilted decorator cover. Take advantage of this special value Queen size 60x80" 2-pc. Set $179.95 King size 76x80" 3-pc. Set $249.95 from the makers of famous Sealy posture Pedico no morning backache from sleeping on a too soft mattress from $99.95 a. Pc. Open fridays til 9--other nights by appointment furniture pm. 864-3911 Postville Iowa St. John lutheran Church Rev. John Mohr pastor wednesday july 5 8 00 . Salome Circle at the Home of Louise Davis with Anne Kamin As Leader. Thursday july 6 1 30 . Rachel Circle at Church. Hostess Helen Larson Leader pastor. Sunday july 9 vacation sunday monday. July 10 8 00 . Church Council meeting tuesday july 11 9 30 am Naomi Circle at Linda Davis Home with Deetta Landt As Leader. 8 00 . Rebecca Circle at Church. Hostess Norma Landt Leader Fem Mohs. Sunday july 16 8 30 am. Worship service. 9 45 . Sunday school and adult class. Or and mrs. Walter Bugen Hagen or and mrs. Lorraine Lenth and family Luana or. And mrs. Ramon Sass and family or. And mrs. Eldo Sass of Monona Pic nicked at spook Cave sunday. They observed the birthday of Eldo Sass. A picnic dinner in Honor of mrs. Florence Mayer Scottsdale Arizona and or. And mrs Allen Thompson Tracey and Paula Harrison Arkansas was Given by or. And mrs Lynn Hangartner. Those attending were or. And mrs. Ron Wentz and boys of Menomonee Falls wis or and mrs Robert Vanwey and Brenda Marion or. And mrs. Don Han Gartner and Heather Ron Han Gartner Cedar rapids or. And mrs. Lyle Kneeskerm and sons of Castalia or and mrs Robert Krambeer Monona or. And mrs. Loren Leas and Steve they also observed the Hangartner s 35th and mrs. Lester Vanwey were dinner guests of mrs. Leora Ambrose at the Humphrey cafe in West Union sunday. Or and mrs. Kevin Ward Kevin jr., and Kris of Delano Minnesota spent last saturday and sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Fay Ward and Shane. Sunday evening or. And mrs. Konneth Comley Brian Gina and Darin of Central City were supper guests in the Fay Ward Home. Mrs. Walter Rolfs Waukon is visiting in the Home of Herbaugh Ter and family or. And mrs. Walter White. Mrs. Rolfs had the misfortune to fall breaking her right but is recovering nicely. Or. And mrs. Donald Rolfs Mervyn and Rhonda of Cedar Falls were sunday dinner guests in the Home of or and mrs. Walter White and family Kathleen Frey went to Cedar rapids Friday to spend several Days visiting in the Home of or. And mrs Ryan Fox she will return wednesday. Or. And mrs. Lindy Frey and sons were visitors sunday in the Home of mrs Hazel Frey Wadena or and mrs. Stanley Berg and sons were sunday dinner guests in the Home of mrs. Mar Netta Snitker Postville. Mrs Fred Koenig Castalia was a sunday dinner guest in the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Koenig and family. Sunday afternoon visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Gander and family were mrs. Robert o Neil Frankie and Janell Waukon and mrs. Lavern Harvey and John West Allis Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. Leroy Winters were sunday dinner guests in the Home of or and mrs. Marvin Winters of Waukon. Or and mrs Mem Koth Monona were sin Day afternoon and supper guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Otto Hughes mrs. Edwin Beadle of Marion and mrs. Lily Gipp of Decorah were saturday afternoon visitors in the Home of or and mrs. Otto Hughes. Earl Yarwood of Indianapolis Indiana was a monday visitor in the Home of mrs. Ethel fad Ness and Richard. Or Yarwood is mrs fadness s brother. Or. And mrs. Arnold Saboe West Union were thursday night guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Leslie later Man or. And mrs. Leslie later Man were sunday dinner guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Donald Bulman and family of Waukon. They had also attended baptism services for a grand Niece at the Waukon presbyterian Church. All had a picnic supper at the Walter Haugen farm sunday evening. Richard fadness attended the 15th annual class reunion of Postville class of 1957 which was held saturday evening at the Tri cloy Golf dub. Wedding anniversary. Afternoon callers were or. And mrs Quen tin Schneider Merrill wis., and or. And mrs. Arno Schutte Postville. Or. And mrs. Dwight Doerring and Robby Cleveland Ohio Bonnie Doerring Cedar rapids were sunday evening visitors of or. And mrs. Harley Radloff or. Or. And mrs. Mirle Gordon and family of Rochester Minn., or. And mrs George Wilker Monona or and mrs. Roger Chrystof Ferson and daughters Postville or. And mrs. Ron Gordon and family were sunday dinner guests of or and mrs. Harry Gordon. Or and mrs. Dean Nielsen of Cedar rapids were sunday dinner guests of mrs. Adolph Nielsen. Or. And mrs. Zenas Becker or and mrs. Gary Radach and Jennifer of Carroll joined them Tor supper or. And mrs. David Kruse Karen Kimberly and Steven of Viola ill.,Susan Steffenson Waukon Lisa o Brien Oelwein were weekend guests of pastor and mrs John Mohr.  or. And mrs Duane Gorou and family of Harrisburg penn., arrived in Luana saturday for a visit in the Home of their parents or. And mrs. Harry Gordon and other relatives. Or and mrs. Harlen Heins accompanied or. And mrs Ellery Heins and family of Postville to Clear Lake sunday spending the Day with or. And mrs. Fred he ins and family who moved there recently. Or. And mrs. Robert Vanwey and Brenda Marion came sunday and Are spending a few Days in the Loren Leas Home. Pastor and mrs. John Mohr drove to Sumner wednesday morning where they attended the double funeral of the druggist and his wife the Everett o Brien s. Pastor Mohr preached the funeral Sermon or and mrs. Gerhard Halver son Postville were sunday evening supper guests of or. And mrs. Henry t. Olson. In the evening or. And mrs Marion Olson of Monona were callers. Mrs Bill Steffenson Tim and Billy to of Waukon visited in the Home of pastor and mrs. John Mohr. Or. And , Harry Gordon spent sunday evening in the Lawrence Baade Home Elmer Klinge Clermont called in the Lorenz Doerring Home thursday evening mrs Addie Flaig accompanied or and mrs Arthur Wolter to Hazel ton visiting in the Lee de Graw Home and drove to Oelwein where or. Degraw is being hospitalized fallowing a car Accident. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Wentz spent tuesday evening in the Henry Olson Home or. And mrs Elliott Nelson were wednesday evening supper guests of Iva Henderson at Waukon. Har son Stanley and wife and three daughters of Charlotte Ville va., were also guests or and mrs. Duaine Davis and Julie assisted or. And mrs. Harold Davis and Barbie in their move to up Worth sunday. Mrs Abbie Dunning and Leslie mrs. Helen Campbell visited in the Arthur Wolter Home saturday evening mrs. Abbie Dunning and Leslie attended a picnic which was held sunday in Honor of her sister Ethel Watts Des Moines Washington at Postville Park. Or and mrs. Louis Wagner or. And mrs. Luther sins and family or. And mrs Roger rus sett and family of Luana or. And mrs. Keith Kutzbach Farmersburg were sunday dinner guests of or and mrs. Ronald Russett and family Monona. Their son Steve Russett of Nas Maramara calif., who is Home on a weekend leave was a guest of Honor mrs Marelyn Berger Monterey Park calif., or. And mrs. Alec Pines Rosemead calif., and mrs. Robert Krambeer Monona visited mrs. Rosena Krambeer or. And mrs. Lynn Hangartner monday evening. Or. And mrs. Michael Kruse of St Louis to were weekend visitors of or. And mrs. Marvin Kruse and Amy or. And mrs. Walter Bugenhagen and Robert Luana or. And mrs. Ramon Sass and family Monona or. And mrs. Burnell Sander and Merri Chris Postville Debbie Iverson Waterloo were supper guests saturday of the Don Bugenhagen family of Postville they observed Kevin s eleventh birthday or and mrs Paul Embretson and sons of Iowa City visited mrs Rosena Krambeer tuesday afternoon. Other visitors were mrs. Martha Pape and mrs Robert Dull and Bradley of Postville. Or. And mrs. Walter Bugenhagen spent tuesday evening in the Home of or. And mrs. Henry re Kow Postville. Or. And mrs. Marvin Kruse and Amy Ware monday evening visitors of or. And mrs. Danny Kruse and family of Bankston. Elect John Jack Beisker Republican candidate for Alla Makee county supervisor lifetime resident of Alla Makee co. Qualified by 20 years business experience your support and vote will be greatly appreciated. Dairy products and heart controversy cardiovascular disease is a serious health problem in the United states but undue emphasis sometimes has been placed on the relationship of animal fats in human diets to this problem according to Iowa state University scientist Norman Jacobson who is currently investigating atherosclerosis in several species of animals. Atherosclerotic coronary heart disease causes some 600,000 deaths annually in the United states. Of course those populations that live longer Are More Likely to die of complications relating to aging. However the average length of life in Many countries is significantly longer than in the ., yet difficulties of the heart and circulatory system in those countries Are far less. Some factors other than ancestry have been suggested As contributing to the High level of cardiovascular disease in the These include High blood pressure overweight diabetes stress cigarette smoking Lack of exercise and dietary excesses and imbalances. It is Wise the Isu researcher suggests to attribute the National heart problem to one of these factors to the exclusion of the others. The Cardiovascular disease problem probably results from a combination of Many factors. It is often reported that animal fat in diets should be reduced or replaced by less saturated fat. Yet some human populations with very High consumption of meat or Dairy products have a much lower incidence of heart disease than do americans Jacobson Points out. For example annual butter consumption per capita in the Is less than ave pounds whereas in Ireland it is about 35 pounds. Also it is estimated that the per capita consumption of saturated fats and cholesterol has changed very Little in the During the past 60 years but the consumption of unsaturated fats has increased. Saturated fats usually but not always cause higher blood cholesterol Levels but the reason is still not Clear. Some researchers believe it involves primarily a redistribution of cholesterol in various tissues. Others believe absorption is the principal effect. In some experiments diets designed to lower blood cholesterol reduced deaths from cardiovascular disease slightly but deaths from other causes increased and the net effect was no change in mortality. The major contributions of milk and milk products in improving the human diet Are we 11 established. We should be cautious in making dietary changes that we do not introduce problems More serious than those we Are trying to Correct Jacobson says. Radical changes in the consumption of some nutrients May greatly alter the requirement for other nutrients. For example increased consumption of unsaturated fats increases the need for Vitamin a one great change in the is during the 20th Century is the amount of physical activity. Also Many people chronically eat too much we should not expect to be Able to consume As Many calories As in the past unless we continue physical activity at a comparable level Jacobson warns. Labor saving devices May be major contributors to the National heart problem. For Many years atherosclerosis in various species of animals has been studied at Iowa state University. Fart of the research involves study of the effects of such factors As Type of dietary fat and exercise on blood cholesterol and atherosclerosis. Information resulting from this work May help clarify some of the problems occurring in Man Man is not alone in susceptibility to degenerative changes of the heart and blood vessels. Other species such As Swine cattle sheep Deer Caribou rabbits Sharks pigeons and literally dozens of others also show changes. The relationships of diet to cardiovascular disease will be the subject of a symposium sponsored jointly by the american Dairy science association the american society of animal science and the poultry science association in Blacksburg a july 29, 1972, Liis symposium is in conjunction with the annual meetings of the Dairy science and animal science groups. Speakers include or. G. C. Mcmillan of the National heart and lung Institute or. Campbell Moses of the american heart association and or. David Kritchevsky of the Wistar Institute Philadelphia. Jacobson will serve As Moderator of the symposium. 125th the City of Independence received letters of congratulations from two distinguished americans president Richard Nixon and Iowa senator Jack Miller on its 125th birthday recently. Mayor Robert Blakesley plans to have the letters framed and placed on display at City Hall. Never never Neve leave i in the Park litter keep Iowa clean Cotton growers have i ment of More than $13 land and equipment Hott we will be closed for vacation m through july open As us monday i Postville Batt Post ill we be got over300 go steady jobs. In construction transportation. Communications computers. For photog Raphers printers truck Drivers surveyors typists to cameramen and repairmen. Cooks electricians medical aides meteorologists motor and missile maintenance men. To name a few. Well train you to do the jobs. Arid give you full pay while you train. Starting at $288 a month. Your Choice of training if you qualify before you sign up. For a Complete list of jobs see your local army representative. 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