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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Postville, Iowa 4 Postville Iowa Herald Postville Herald Postville Iowa 5j1s2 official newspaper for Aiumu pc county and town of Postville entered in the Post office Post tulle Iowa As second class matter. Subscription prick $4.00 per year $7.50 for 2 years in Alla Makee Clayton Farette and Winneshiek counties $5.00 per year j9.50 for s years. On tilde of for county area. Published weekly by Postville Herald inc Fred l. Martin. President James w. Seeley. Vice president and editor Julie Lenth historian of the Cha is attending the future homemakers of America meeting in los Angeles California july 10-13 As an Iowa Delegate. Wednesday july 5, 1972 Northeast of Postville. Or. Cox is a social worker for area five social services which is comprised of four northeastern counties. Day party june 26 at Livin Good s supper club in Frank Ville. Following a Buffet supper euchre was played. Prizes were furnished by mrs. Groth and cakes by mrs. Tese. Attending from Postville were or. And mrs. De Frese or. And mrs. Arnold Schutte or. And mrs. Gerwin Martins or. And mrs. Tom Wetherbee or. And mrs. George Friederich and or. And mrs. Rodney Smith. Also Daisey Livingood or. And mrs. Gene Watson or. And mrs. Roy Honn and or. And mrs. Willis Schlitter Waukon or. And mrs. Luther Groth Mabel Minnesota and or. And mrs. Dale Livingood Oelwein. In women s lib counter revolt Ford and Barbara Willman of Mesa Arizona arrived wednesday june 20 and will spend some time visiting their father Lorenz Willman. He Cottons to knitting. Let s talk gardening or. And mrs. Richard Helger son Are the parents of a son Bryce Richard who arrived june 21. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Melvin Rad Loff maternal great grandmother is mrs. We. Radloff All of Luana. Paternal grandparents Are the Henry Helgerson of Postville. Sandy Miene of Cedar rapids visited last tuesday and wednesday in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Paul Miene and family. Renae and Jayne Samek Hawkeye spent the weekend in the Herman Schupbach and Harold Peck Homes returning Home on monday. Mrs. Elsa Christofferson visited or. And mrs. Arnold Vokaty and Chris at Cresco from tuesday until thursday. Chris returned Home after visiting last week with his grandmother. Rodney Livingood surprised his wife Carolyn with a birth we Are now equipped to do i mrs. Gene Kruse was a Delegate to the 1972 convention of Iowa lutheran Church women held at St. John s lutheran Church and grand View College Des Moines june 25, 26 and 27. Mrs. E. W. Kozelka and mrs. Willard a. Meyer attended As visitors. Carpet cleaning in your Home for information Call or Stop in at Gordanier cleaners or. And mrs. Wilson fuzzy Wilkie returned Home june 28 from a week s vacation in Eugene Oregon where they Visi de their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Walter Wilkie and family. They enjoyed Ocean fishing in Winchester Bay caught their limit in Salmon and brought it Back in 23 cans. Or. And mrs. Herman Schupbach and mrs. Harold Peck Todd Aaron and Tami enjoyed a picnic at the Elgin Park last monday held in Honor of or. And mrs. Frank Olney and William and Richard Weithorn of Boston Massachusetts. Others attending were mrs. Robert Sieleman Oelwein or. And mrs. Ray Weithorn Monona mrs. Gene Samek and family Hawkeye or. And mrs. Reuben Schupbach mrs. Anna Schupbach and Ruth Schupbach Elgin. A counter revolution to the women s lib movement is underfoot. It seems that some men believe women have been monopolizing certain Fields of Endeavor for much too Long. One such believer is Matt Keane a new yorker who s an advertising account executive for the new Magazine 1,001 fashion & needlecraft ideas. Hell Tell you without dropping a stitch that women have monopolized the Craft of knitting and he s staging a one Man revolt to get his colleagues to Man their knitting Needles. Keane got interested in knitting by virtue of the fact that 1 he works for a Needle Craft Magazine and 2 he spends much of his time on jets flying from his new York Headquarters to the mid West and needed something to do to pass away the time in flight. His fellow passengers gave him a Little ribbing when he first took up knitting but that was before they saw some of his Handiwork. One of his most spectacular productions is a handsome striped sweater made from Black and White Cotton Rug yarn. The sweater is made from a simple Garter stitch which is easy to do and goes at Jet Speed. If you re a beginning Knitter male or female you might want to follow this Brave fellow s Lead and try your hand at making a sweater or a Beach cover up with this simple one stitch method. All you do is knit four rectangles and then sew them together. Two fairly Small rectangles Are used to form the sleeves and larger ones Are stitched together for the sweater body. As a starter you might try knitting a sleeveless sweater that requires Only two rectangles. If you re a size 12, for instance make each rectangle 16 inches wide and whatever length you want your sweater to be. Sew the rectangles together on either Side of the top for shoulder seams. Then stitch Down each Side leaving an opening for the arms. Finish off the armholes and hem with a Row of Cotton fringe in Matching or contrasting colors. The youth Center will be open Friday july 7 from 8 00 to 11 00 p. M. It Stville phone 864-3813 or. And mrs. Robert Cox Bradley and Becky moved last week from Clarinda into the farm Home of William Schultz Iris theatre Postville Iowa wed., thurs., Fri. And sat. July 5, 6, 7 and 8 popular prices a War movie for people who hate War movies Rex Reed. Holiday Magazine 2a color it deluxe Mathon. Nat Tot of Mhz Mccarthy Franklin production sunday monday and tuesday july 9, 10 and 11 Columbia pictures presents Elizabeth Taylor Michael Susannah Caine Celk in a Kastner Ladd Kanter production evening shows 7 15 and 9 15 Lavern Brewer and Thomas of Metuchen new Jersey arrived sunday and will visit relatives and friends in the area for three weeks. Canoeing four Days in the Minnesota Lake country near Ely last week were Richard Schara Kim Schutte Russ Meyer Kevin Hagemeier John cur now Sam Curnow Paul Fich Tel Brian Rathje Craig Walby Mike Heins Leo Tehel and Hall Roberts All members of the Postville hustlers Ash club and Sam Curnow sr., and Steve Stroud of the Knoxville Ash club. Suggests crops for fall gardens a number of crops can be planted in late june or Early july Tor use in the fall suggests Ben of Vance Iowa state University Extension Horticulturist. Chinese cabbage is a tasty vegetable that is not widely grown in Iowa. Tills is sometimes called celery cabbage though it is not related to celery.  chinese cabbage does Best in late summer and fall when temperatures Are not so High. The Bast time for planting is the last of june or the first week of july. This crop can be direct seeded. Cover the seed about one Hall Inch deep and keep moist until germination. When you can see the plants thin them to 10 to 12 inches apart. Tills should give a Good crop of chinese cabbage Tor fall and Early Winter use. Use in salads much like head lettuce. If you have a cold basement where the temperature is 40 degrees or less but above freezing you May be Able to store the plants for several weeks after they Are taken from the Garden. Swiss Chard is another excellent greens that can be planted at this time. After the plants emerge thin to 6 or 8 inches apart since they get quite Large and require sufficient room to properly develop. The Plant is quite cold resistant and can be harvested frequently until a hard freeze. The outer leaves can be removed and boiled like spinach or other greens. If you grew peas lettuce or other Quick maturing crops this season and have removed them from the Garden it is not too late to Plant cucumbers cucumbers develop quickly with the High soil and air temperatures in Midsummer but they Wilreed water tag if Rains Are infrequent. Cucumbers can be sown in Hills or rows and thinned to 8 inches apart. If your Garden is fenced you can train them to grow up this Fence. The fruits will be reasonably straight from hanging downward and from being out 0j with the soil cucumbers should \ every other Day. Mature cucumbers Tea inhibit Flower and for ult later in the season. Summer Squash Isaq table that should to two or three time Sjo i Large overgrown Sun should be removed the Plant will Stop 1 fruit production vat Llew. Both cucumbers Jam i including Winter Sourdif of niwh0�. Nil name _ address. City state. Harlan sch pm. 864-3404 Postville a for duct of Cut out Coupon and seko to of every Haj Nice Home will Ducco by the Wiki Mon of 1 Prairie lady Kouts. Mrs. Leeone Deering and Helen Tuttle returned Home june 22 from an european tour which included Denmark Norway Holland Germany Austria and Switzerland. Their flight Over and Back was on the same plane with the St. Olaf choir of Northfield Minnesota. Jane Deering was aboard As a member of the choir tour. Streets of water National guardsmen and civilians use boats on the swollen Waters of a Creek in southwestern South Dakota to Rescue stranded persons. The one night Flash flood caused damage estimated at More than $100 million. Here Are do s and Don to for healthy houseplants or. And mrs. L. D. Meyer Maquoketa spent from wednesday to saturday in the Home of his sister mrs. Ruby Peckham. They also visited other relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. John Gould Tom Bob and Pat of Liberty Ville Illinois were weekend guests in the Home of or. And mrs. W. A. Kneeland. Or. And mrs. Gould attended the 20-year class reunion of mrs. A Gould a Nee Nancy Kneeland held at the red lantern. Or. And mrs. Leslie Poesch and family returned sunday from a week of camping at three Iowa lakes red Rock dam Lake Keomah and Rock Creek. Or. And mrs. Laurence Hofer accompanied by or. And. Mrs. Richard Hofer of Clermont spent the weekend in the Home of or. And mrs. Richard Dupont and family in Mundelein Illinois. Other guests included mrs. Stan Lisowski of Chicago and or. And mrs. Arthur Hofer and Terry of Melrose Park ii Lorraine s my teens tots phone 864-7311. Postville Iowa zip front Nylon windbreaker. To Fop Khan i shorts. Striped Polo Denim jeans. Both flowering and foliage plants can make an important decorative difference in the Home. To keep plants looking fresh and alive Here r Are some easy care tips.  select plants according to the amount of Light which will be supplied. In general foliage plants need less Light than flowering varieties.  Don t keep plants near heating ducts exhaust fans or doorways to the outside. Extremes of hot and cold air Are bad for plants.  do keep plants in rooms with moderate temperatures. A 75 degree temperature is Best for daytime 65 degrees for night.  Don t guess about watering. Water Only when soil feels dry to the touch. Then water thoroughly.  keep All plants in porous Clay pots. They safeguard against Over watering and overheating of roots.  use water at room temperatures.  Don t overdo on fertilizers. Once a month add a water soluble fertilizer Fol Lino is. All the guests visited with mrs. Louise Hofer who had submitted to surgery. Mrs. Holer s address is co Condell Hospital room 206, Libertyville Illinois. Lowing package directions for Correct proportions.  give plants a turn about once a week. Turning encourages symmetrical development.  do make arrangements about vacation care for House plants. Water plants thoroughly before you go encase Small ones in plastic bags. Best of All have a Friend look in on them and give them any care they need.  keep plants potted in Clay containers even when using a decorative outer Container. Line the space Between the inner Clay pot and the outer Container with Sphagnum or peat Moss and keep it moist. This is called  keep leaves of plants dust free. Wipe leaves of Large plants with a soft Damp cloth. Small plants can be sprayed with a Fine water Mist in the sink. Controlling odor scentral system new from Honeywell provides automatic control of objectionable household doors. While removing unpleasant doors the system s counteract ant also leaves a slight Trace of fragrance in the air mint Orange Blossom Floral bouquet or Mountain air. Scentral looks like a portable radio and can be installed in heating unit duct work or Wall mounted. Adult dance at dreamland ballroom Post vol monday july 17 the old Eddy Howard bail under the direction of Norman Lee Advance tickets on Sale a citizens state Bank Postville state Bank Western Auto store Falb motor cd Hanson s variety Schroeder Deli House guests of or. And mrs. Harlan Harnack and Judy from june 26-29 were pastor and mrs. D. A Nee Ruth Schroeder Myers of Onaway Michigan and their daughter and husband or. And mrs. Melvin aft and Twyla of Avon Park Florida. Wednesday evening the Harnacke entertained the following in Honor of the guests or. And mrs. Willard a. Meyer and Michelle or. And mrs. Roger Meyer Eric and Eva or. And mrs. Peter Meland or. And mrs. Marlin Harnack and Susan or. And mrs. Arbie Schroeder or. And mrs. Merlin Harnack mrs. Jessie Schroeder Postville mrs. Thomas Monroe mrs. Ralph Schultz Castalia. Or. And mrs. Clifford Harnack Renee Laurie Patricia and Thomas also called at the Harnack Home to visit the guests. Everybody aids club s project the Panama City fla., Garden club was nominated for a keep America Beautiful National award in 1989 for its total Community efforts. Students competed in an anti litter poster contest merchants donated advertising time and Cut prices on paint repair materials and plants. Newspapers and radio to outlets supported the movement and a new anti litter ordinance was passed by the City Council. Recent guests in the parental cloy Lawson Home have included their sons Clinton c. Law son and son Clinton b. Of Lindenhurst Illinois and Roger d. Lawson and daughters Kristin Tasha and Janin of quonset Point r. I., and the Lawsons daughter Karen and her family the la pages of Bolingbrook Illinois. Business personals land of lakes Dairy products at the store or at your Meyer s Dairy. 31bptfc. Door. Martins reunion held at Elkader the annual Martins family re Union was held at the Elkader fair grounds sunday june 25, with or. And mrs Elmer Radloff mrs Harold Lenth and mrs. Harvey Lenth and Jeanne As hosts. Those attending were or. And mrs. Walter Tietz and Galen Tietz or. And mrs Gerwin Martins or and mrs. Darold Lamph Ier and family mrs. Hilda Martins Mary and Gerald or. And mrs. Daryl Sander and family. Or. And mrs Eldred Nti Ehring and Joyce or. And mrs Bemie Martins and family or. And mrs. Jerome Lenth and family mrs. Roger Russett and family and Gus Lenth from Postville or. And mrs. Don Martins and family Fairbanks or. And mrs. Delbert Martins and family or. And mrs. Melvin Radloff mrs. Mary Radloff mrs. Delia co we ii and daughter Luana or. And mrs. Lavem Krambeer and family mrs. I s Lenth mrs. Effie Saacke Farmersburg mrs. Delores Larson Ossian or. And mrs. Marlyn nuehring and Colleen Monona summer clearance begins thursday july 6, 1972 women Wes shoes natural Bridge & Jolene $q95 values to $17.95 and 695 sandals childrens 395 boy s $495 4 mens Zyi children s shoes $595 Odd lots Cash in on these for Back to school m Ladi Canvas shoes is 95 595 2 child 95 j and men s Freeman shoes and boots a a $1095 and a Schutta s shoe a vice Iowa shoe Jujj

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