Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
5 Jul 1972

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5 Jul 1972

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Postville, Iowa Tifa news a Harlan is correspondent lutheran Church j. Tola. S. T. A. Pastor pm a Law general to sunday school. , worship service Lay july 12-13,/n, Ruth Circle at the of mrs Loren Koenig. Co hostess mrs Lloyd Thornton and mrs. Donald Schnuelle 2 00 . Mary Martha Circle at the Home of mrs. Fielden Monroe. Co hostess mrs. Wayne Timmerman. 8 00 . Rachel Circle at the Church Parlours. Serving mrs. Leslie Anderson and mrs Robert Fitzja track. Thursday july 13 2 00 . Rebecca Circle at the Church Parlours. Serving mrs. Merle Monroe and mrs Lavern Schultz United methodist Church Hev. Curtis Webster take count first Aid comes first is your Medicine Cabinet properly stocked should a household emergency occur see us for a full selection of Medicine Chest supplies you can rely on. Prescriptions filled Tyg 42c _ regular $1.00 ineral Oil 16 of. 58c save 33c pept0-bismol 8 of. Size my regular $1.09 ./0� Lepto Lis Mol save 66c ascription 160 count ail regular $1.60save 84c k01antyl gel $1.49 12 of. Size regular $2.33 where your Good health is Paramount Stville Paramount pharmacy 864-3723 Postville Iowa sunday july 9 8 00 am. Worship service. Wednesday july 12 2 00 . United methodist women meeting at the Home of mrs. Lucian Appelman in Clermont. Oak Hill club mrs. Dale Green was hostess to the Oak Hill club last tuesday afternoon. The thought Tor the Day entitled summer Days on the farm was Given by the hostess. Roll Call was a Moonlight night i remember mrs. Ralph Green of Postville was a guest of the club plans were made Tor the july picnic to be sunday july 9, with wednesday july 12, As an alternate in Case of rain. Songs were Sung Tor the birthdays and wedding anniversaries of mrs. Chester Green and mrs. Orville Motyer. A program on poetry was Given by mrs. Merita Koenig Kobriger reunion held the Kobriger reunion was held at the Oak Hill school sunday july 2, those attending were Daniel Kobriger Davenport or and mrs. Donald Kobriger Janet Becky and Rosalyn and Danny Webb or. And mrs. Larry Csuk Ker March and Lori George Kobriger Douglas and Tom Waterloo or and mrs. Clarence hoop Man or. And mrs. Dan of Yuri and family mrs Ronald Hoopman Paul and Kathy Cedar rapids or. And mrs. Arnold Tieskoetter and Jean Preston Minnesota mrs. Weston Sampson Lynxville Wisconsin or. And mrs. David Nelson and Mike Prairie Duchien Wisconsin or. And mrs. Verdel Dawson David and Dana Lacrosse Wisconsin or. And mrs. Wally Oxley Susan and Andy Ossian or. And mrs. William Wedo or and mrs. Lyle Olson and Timmy or. And mrs. Art Schott Cathy Ruth Ellen Julie Tom Dave Danny and Mary or and mrs. Burdette Sebastian Michele Craig Susan and Jean Clermont or and mrs. Jack Hager Postville Elmer or. Martin or. And mrs. Elmer Hager or and mrs. Gerald Hager Gayle Gloria and Gary Castalia the oldest present was Elmer Mcmartin the youngest Dana Dawson. The one coming the farthest distance was Daniel Kobriger. Or. And mrs Roy halve son Bruce and Jill Elgin were saturday evening visitors in the Phillip wander Home. Or. And mrs. Clifton Yearous Wyatt Wade Clay and Sarah and mrs. Louise Yearous Lansing were Friday evening guests. Or. And mrs. Jack Hagensick Rodney Barbara Brenda Ricky and Rusty Judy Ludeking and Scot Nanders of Waukon mrs. Irene Burington of souths. Paul,Minn., or. And mrs. James Schultz Wendy and Becky Minnetonka Minn. Or. And mrs. Lyle Miller Barb Kathy and Jim Preston Minn. Or. And mrs. Wayne Khee Skern Scott and Michele Oes co or. And mrs. Cliff Schmidt Ankeny mrs. Ken Knutson Jeff shoe Sale starts thursday july 6th omens dress shoes $6.95 to $9.95 mens by colors omens i.95 sport shoes $7.95 is and boys 3.95 to $5.95 Stock up on these Tor school and dress. $9.95 to $11.95 ties straps and boots boys shoes sizes 3vi 6 sandals for the whole family men and women.$4.95 boys. 3.95 girls.$2.50 & $2.95 Indell shoe store Wear and repairing Postville Iowa air conditioned and Dave Milford or and mrs Joe Schultz and or. And mrs veme Koenig Decorah or. And mrs. Roy Schultz or and mrs Phillip c. Wander Craig and Chris mrs. Mabel Schmidt George Schultz or. And mrs. Milton Koenig sue Laurie and Kyle or. And mrs Elmer Schultz or. And mrs. Henry Schultz or and mrs Harry Bachelder and Terrie mrs. Mayme Stee and mrs Marie Mayer enjoyed a picnic dinner sunday july 2, at Walden Pond. Several relatives and friends helped mrs. Harlan Stee sr., celebrate her birthday thursday. Or. And mrs. Monte Losen of Webster City spent from wednesday until Friday in the Kenneth Stewart Home or and mrs Harry Hall and Mark Belott wis., were july 4th weekend guests. Michael Fitzpatrick was a Friday overnight guest in the Wyatt Schultz Home in Mason City. Deonn Dull of plqua., Ohio is visiting in the mrs. Minni Emondt Home and with other relatives. Danny Kobriger of Davenport came Friday to spend two weeks vacation with relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Lester Meyer Maquoketa and mrs Ruby Peck Ham Postville were Friday afternoon visitors of or and mrs Fred Brouillet. Kenneth Meyer and family of Calmar were saturday afternoon visitors. Mrs. Esther ask was a monday Forenoon visitor. Or. And mrs. Otto Hager and mrs. Ruth Padden Postville attended a family picnic at the Del Bert Colson Home at Eastman wis sunday. Or and mrs. Walter Everman of Postville were Friday evening visitors of or and mrs. Walter Brandt mrs Merlin Barta Dawn and Damien of Sterling hi., and Kathy Reisner were last monday Forenoon visitors of mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. Mrs. De Engelhardt and family of near Luana were last monday afternoon visitors of mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. Paul remained in the Engelhardt Home Tor a longer visit. Mrs. Helen Kram Beer and mrs. De Engelhardt and Doreen of near Luana were Friday Forenoon visitors in the Edwin Engelhardt Home. Members of the Mca club and their families and other guests enjoyed a picnic at Walden Pond thursday evening. Chaplain and mrs. August Lumkemann and two daughters of san Antonio Texas were among the guests. Mrs. Fred Koenig was a sunday dinner guest in the Earl Koenig Home near Frankville. Or. And mrs Donald Kerr attended Donald s 15th year class reunion held at the Tri City Golf course near Luana saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Lester Meyer of Maquoketa or. And mrs Kenneth Meyer and family and mrs. Dennis Osmundson of Calmar and Valerie Meyer were Friday evening supper guests of mrs. Marie Meyer and mrs. Martha wants Ness. Mrs. Florence Albright and mrs. Merlin Koenig and mrs. David Breitspreche of Ossian visited with relatives at Monona last monday evening. The occasion being the death of an aunt mrs. Effie Biggs. E. K. Smith Milwaukee wis., is visiting Here with relatives. Or. And mrs. Herbert Schroe Der visited sunday afternoon with mrs. Lena Mundt and Shirley in Ossian or. And mrs. Harlan Stee sr., and Ellen Marie spent the weekend in the Harlan Stee jr., Home in Cedar rapids. Mrs Tillie Meyer visited sunday afternoon with mrs. Fred Everman mrs. Minnie Mundt and Verla mrs Esther Schroeder Debra Dull and or. And mrs. Gary Mundt and Tumi Deonn Dull Piqua Ohio or. And mrs Kenneth Ney and family and or and mrs Stanley Noy and family of Ossian or. And mrs Milfred Ney and or and mrs Donald Granger and family of West Union and mrs Frances Gross of Eldorado enjoyed a picnic dinner sunday at Lull s Park to Postville and helped mrs. Gary Mundt and Kenneth Ney celebrate their birthdays. Or. And mrs. Edwin Engelhardt or. And mrs. Leo o Hira and family or. And mrs Leon Everman and family and or. And mrs. Walter Brandt or and mrs. Stanley Brandt and Shlora de torah or. And mrs. De Engelhardt and family of near Luana were sunday picnic dinner guests in the Robert Brandt Home near Ossian and helped Edwin Engelhardt celebrate birthday. Chaplain and mrs. August Lumkemann and two daughters of san Antonio Texas were thursday overnight guests of or and mrs Gottlieb Lumkemann. Or and mrs. Hugo Preuss and or and mrs Gordon Brock Man and Rosie Elroy wis spent the 4th of july weekend with de Preuss. Leather mixes and matches trends wednesday july 5, 1972 Postville Iowa Herald 3 Home fashions appear Tobe following the trend in family fashions there s something for everyone and every style can be mixed or matched in a single room setting. Leather furnishings have been part of this Eclectic picture for some time with a delightful mix of other materials from Wood to Glass to steel. Continuing research has brought increasingly High standards in upholstery leather s durability and easy care some even self polishing reports leather industries of America. Furnishings to enhance the decor of the House or apartment appear in a vast assortment of finishes including cowhide calf suede antiqued embossed and printed. Color Range too is constantly changing. Today s sofas offer different looks for All kind of interiors. The traditional image of the masculine sofa once found Only in studies or Dens seems to be disappearing. There Are the ample contours of the Lush sink into sofa or the elegant lines of an upholstered love seat. Leather suede or smooth Combine with Wood or Metal making sofas fit into modern or period rooms. Walnut Rosewood and oiled Oak Are commonly used for frames or insets. The squared one height Tuxedo construction remains one of the smart looking versions. Contemporary chairs mix leather with Chrome or aluminium for an unconventional combination. Wrought Iron or Wood Din ing chairs covered with smooth printed or Patent leather Are elegant and practical. There Are also revolving desk chairs covered bar stools and upholstered Cage chairs with spindle backs. Inlays in a desk Cabinet table or bar front can be a stand out feature of a room. One of the newer ways to spotlight this is to completely cover a cocktail or Parsons table legs and All. For a More sweeping effect leather panels or tiles May cover a Wall or floor. Columnar or Jug shaped lamps stacked cushions tufted headboards screens desk and Bureau accessories and chests Are other distinctive leather decorating accents. 70th anniversary the cd chapter of . In West Des Moines celebrated their 10th anniversary recently. Their chapter was founded in 1902 by seven women from Valley Junction four women were honoured As fifty year members also Isa Belle Ramay who had been a member Tor sixty years. Oddity the Arnie Saathoff s of near Stout Learned they had not found so much a rarity As an oddity when they discovered an Albino pocket Gopher in one of their traps recently. The Saathoff plan to give the Gopher to the wildlife exhibit at ledges state Park in Boone. Sex free Home improvements can Cool off too there s no better time to add Central air conditioning to a Home than during remodelling. This essential ingredient in any Home modernization program makes Good sense economically because the Cost of installation can be added to the Home improvement loan and Central Cooling represents an investment that usually is recovered when the Home is sold notes the air conditioning and refrigeration Institute. Air conditioning is overwhelmingly accepted by nearly everybody today with one of every three new Homes built to include it it is in fact considered a necessity by two out of three americans according to a recent Survey. What about costs since every Home is unique in it Cooling needs there s no Way to pre determine costs without help from an expert says Ari. Estimates needed estimates should be obtained from several reliable contractors who will visit Homes study heating systems orientation to the Sun insulation and other factors. Nearly any Home whatever its age size or design can be air conditioned but costs do vary. If the House already has a warm air heating Plant with heating ducts that can carry Cooling in the summer the Homeowner saves Money paying Only for Cooling equipment and installation. If ducts must be added costs will increase. If there is Hydro Nic hot water heat in the Home the Cooling system will require its own Means of air distribution. This is less formidable than its sounds because modern equipment is compact can often be located in the attic or in basement crawl space or even in a closet. Savings of Interior space Are considerable when a split system is installed with the evaporator Colls placed inside the Home and condenser compressor located outside. About 80 per cent of residential Central Cooling installations utilize the split system. Compare first before reaching a decision to go ahead with Central air conditioning compare written proposals from contractors. Check that the contractors have specified using the same size equipment. Check whether equipment recommended carries the Ari Seal of certification. This Emblem certifies that equipment has been manufactured and capacity rated according to Industry wide standards and has been rigidly inspected and tested. Try to schedule installation of Central Cooling system during off season fall and Winter months when contractors May charge less and have More time to finish the Job quickly. Reunion for the first time in 72 years the six Borness Brothers were United recently Lars 88, Alberta Canada Ben 89, West Union Karl 82, Burgen Norway Magnus 79, Cedar rapids Kris ten 77, Ossian and Engvold 90, Ossian. A Wek later the oldest brother Engvold passed away. Roommates roommates at Isu Ames fifty years ago got together again on the anniversary of their Isu class to Houghtaling of Seattle Wash visited w. S. Morrison of Ames Dereen style shop where style and budget meet Postville Iowa this week s mystery photo John w. Shafer Republican candidate far county attorney Alla Makee county your support will be appreciated owner or tenant May Stop at the Postville state Bank and receive a free 8 x 10 photo compliments of Postville state Bank. What Are you doing with the Money you just earned Why not pay yourself first and Deposit part of your earnings in a savings account with the Postville state Bank. A Cash Reserve carefully built with regular deposits can mean greater Security at All times. Deposits made by july 10th will earn interest for the current Quarter. Postville state Bank 1872 -1912

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