Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Mar 1972

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1 Mar 1972

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Postville, Iowa 2 Postville Iowa Herald wednesday March 1, 1972 Frankville news or. Lindy to Compton ant Frankville Community presbyterian Church 10 00 am. Church school. 11 00 . Worship hour wednesday March 1 7 30 . Confirmation class meets at Frankville. This is parents night. Please attend. Friday March 3 Rossville will Host . For world Day of prayer. For rides please Contact mrs. Lindy Frey. Birthday parties thursday evening guests in the Home of or and mrs. Earl Lin sold the former Buraas residence to the Duwayne Feickert. The former Rose Mcneil residence to the James Schultes of Cedar rapids. The former de Krambeer residence to the Lorenz Papes. H0th & Willman real estate and auctions Chuck Hoth and Lorenz Willman phone 864-3512 realtors and auctioneers Postville Iowa Derbaum and Richard to help be mice celebrate her birthday were or. And mrs Leslie later Man Postville and or. And mrs. Perlie Cook or. And mrs. Lavern Cook and or. And mrs. Duane Cook and of Cully or. And mrs de Clement. Pot Luck lunch was brought by the guests. A birthday supper was held last saturday night at the Home of or. And mrs. Ted Hughes and Melisa of Postville in Honor of the birthday of mrs. Dickie Hughes. Those present were or. And mrs. Dick Hughes or. And mrs. David Hughes and family or. And mrs Lawrence Krambeer and Jerry Decorah and mrs. Nona Watson and Raymond. Guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Lindy Frey on monday night to celebrate their son Philo s 14th birthday were Sandy Boysen Laura Schlee Luann Christoffer son Paula Moser and Jamie Heins. Also Randy and Chris Schultz Richard Linderbaum Ricky Hughes Danny White and Kevin Suckow. The evening was spent in playing games and listening to records. Lunch was served by the hosts. A Surprise birthday party was held tuesday night for Lester Van Wey at the Home of or. And mrs. Lindy Frey and family. Those present were or. And mrs. Lester Van Wey or. And mrs. David Schweinefus and family or. And mrs. Otto Hughes or. And mrs Leland Walby or. And mrs. Merlin Hansmeier and mrs. Ethel fadness and Richard. The evening was spent playing 500 and visiting. Prizes were won by mrs. Leland Walby mrs. Merlin Hansmeier John Van Wey David Schweinefus and Merl in Hansmeier. Lunch was served by the hosts. The birthday cake was baked and decorated by mrs. David Schweinefus daughter of the honoured guest. Mrs. Cloy Schultz or. And mrs. Noel Cook of Postville were tuesday visitors in the Home of or and mrs. Byron Schultz Colleen Hughes was a recent weekend visitor in the Home of her grandparents or. And mrs Lawrence Krambeer of Decorah. Or. And mrs. Fay Ward and Shane were saturday and sunday visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. Kevin Ward and sons of Delano Minnesota. Or. And mrs. Arthur Guese were sunday evening guests in the Home of or and mrs. Merlin Snitker and family. Or. And mrs Merlin Snitker and Glen were sunday afternoon visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Charles Folsom of Waukon. Or. And mrs. Leland Walby went to Winona Minnesota on Sim Day to visit his brother and family or. And mrs. Lester Walby they returned Home monday. Sunday dinner guests in the Home of mrs Ethel fadness and Richard were or. And mrs. Robert fadness Dawn and Yvonne Postville or. And mrs. James fadness Dean and Corey Rochester and or. And mrs. Orvin Bergen of Decorah. The occasion was to celebrate the birthday of Diane fadness and the anniversary of or. And mrs. Bergen. Mrs. Ethel fadness and mrs. Lester Van Wey visited mrs Leora Ambrose at the retirement Center in Decorah Friday. Or. And mrs. Leslie Laterman attended the Square dance festival at Cresco sunday afternoon. Sunday evening visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Leslie Laterman were or. And mrs. Vern Haberichter Monona or. The anti pollution team for cleaner better running engines Cal & Cora s 66 service and cafe phone 864-3130 Elmer r. Heins bulk agent phone 864-3826 Marianna Petroleum inc. Phone 864-7451 Postville Iowa Box 655 at Phillips 66 it s performance that counts Castalia news mrs. Harlan step correspondent Zien lutheran Church Arthur j. Tolo s. T. Dpi wednesday March 1 6 45 . All confirmation classes. 8 00 . Midweek lenten service. Thursday March 2 1 00 . A Law Board meeting. 1 00 4 00 . A Law serving Day. Sunday March 5 9 30 . Sunday school. 10 30 am warship service with holy communion. 7 30 . Luther league. Topic Kevin Smith. Serving Jeffrey Szabo and Steven Schultz. Tuesday March 78 00 . Rachel Circle at the Home of Verla Mundt and mrs. Esther Schroeder. Please notice the change of night wednesday March 8 9 00 . Ruth Circle at the Home of mrs. Millard Sampson. Co hostess mrs. Gerald Hager. 2 00 . Mary Martha Circle at the Home of mrs. William Szabo. Co hostess mrs. Aldo Larson. 6 45 . All confirmation classes. 8 00 p. M. Midweek lenten service. Thursday March 9 2 00 . Rebecca Circle at the Home of mrs. Lawrence Meyer. Co hostess mrs. Otto Schweinefus. United methodist Church Rev. Curtis Webster sunday March 5 11 00 .-worship service. Wednesday March 8 2 00 . A pcs hostess mrs. Merlin Koenig. 8 00 . Joint lenten service at the Forest Mills Church. Mrs. Florence Albright was hostess to the Mca club thursday afternoon. Mrs Miles Ames was co hostess. Eleven members were present. Cub scout Den i met thursday february 24, after school at the Home of their Den Mother mrs. Leo o Hara. Tommy Tolo held and mrs. Harley Palas Farmers Burg and or. And mrs. Vernon Kugel Postville. Or. And mrs. Jack Schultz Cedar Falls were thursday guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Byron Schultz. Kent Schultz Jeff Hughes and Kermit White attended the state wrestling tournaments at Des Moines thursday and returned Home Early sunday morning. Or. And mrs. John Frey Fayette and or and mrs. Kenneth Medberry Wanda and Russell of Elgin were Friday evening visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Lindy Frey and family. Or and mrs. Otto Hughes attended the Golden anniversary open House for or and mrs. Dan Snitker which was held at the Salem reformed Church sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs Wesley Brandt and family were sunday dinner guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Carl Westby of Calmar. Or. And mrs. Wesley Brandt were visitors saturday evening at the Home of mrs. Hazel Brandt of Decorah. Konnie Brandt daughter of or. And mrs. Wayne Brandt has returned Home after spending three weeks in Minneapolis visiting friends and seeking employment. Or. And mrs. Gary stunned and Michael of Decorah were saturday evening guest in the Home of or. And mrs. David Hughes and family. Barry Hughes of Waukon was a dinner guest last saturday in the Home of his parents or. And mrs Dickie Hughes to celebrate his mothers birthday. Other callers on saturday afternoon were Ronald Krambeer of Cresco and or. And mrs Dennis Krambeer and Deann of Decorah. Thursday morning Coffee guests in the Dick Hughes Home to help mrs. Hughes celebrate her birthday were mrs. Leo knee Skern mrs. David Hughes and Jim mrs. Ted Hughes and mrs. Nona Watson and Raymond. Six students who Are attending the general education development classes of area i at the Frankville Church on wed. Evenings took their English grammar tests on thursday at Calmar and All received High passing grades. These Are classes being held for those who have been unable to finish their High school education. The Flag for the pledge of allegiance and brought the treat. The boys talked about and made things for the Blue and Gold banquet. The meeting closed with the living Circle and cub scout Promise. Gary Brown will bring the treat to the next meeting. Myron Schultz attended the state wrestling tournament at Des Moines Friday and saturday. Oran Brandt of Maquoketa was a wednesday afternoon visitor in the Walter Brandt Home. Kenneth Meyer and family of Calmar were saturday afternoon visitors in the Fred Brouillet Home. Jack Hager Postville was a sunday afternoon visitor in the Elmer Hager Home. Or. And mrs. William we do were sunday evening visitors. Or. And mrs. De Engelhardt and family of near Luan were or. And mrs. Gerald Limke Mann and family of Cedar rapids were sunday evening supper guests of or and mrs. Gottlieb Limkemann or. And mrs. Herbert Schroeder and mrs. W. A Koenig were saturday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Alvin nuehring at Mason City. Alvin is quite ill. Mrs. Lucy muss of Marquette mrs. Kathryn Addieson of Mcgregor and or. And mrs. Melvin Engelhardt of near Decorah were sunday dinner and afternoon guests in the Carlaus Meyer Home. Mrs. Amy Kluss Clear late returned Home with the Engelhardt after spending last week with Carlaus. Or. And mrs. Dale Blumhagen and family were sunday dinner guests in the Duane Bushman Home near Festina. Or. And mrs. Walter Brandt were saturday afternoon visitors in the Home of their Nephew and is family or. And mrs. George Bachelder and family Decorah. De Preuss was a sunday dinner guest in the Kenneth Schultz Home. Saturday afternoon visitors of or. And mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. Or. And mrs. Robert Brandt of near Ossian were sunday evening visitors de Preuss was a sunday afternoon visitor in the Merle Monroe Home. Or. And mrs. Clifton Schmidt of Ankeny were weekend guests of mrs. Mabel Schmidt. Or. And mrs. Verne Koenig Decorah or. And mrs. Leonard Koenig and James of Postville or. And mrs. Earl Koenig of near Frankville and or. And mrs. Loren Koenig and Mike were sunday evening visitors of mrs. Fred Koenig. Or. And mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie joined other relatives for potluck dinner sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Aimer Leo Nelson near Clermont. Gunder news mrs. Cornelius re Orson correspondent a Surprise birthday party was held sunday evening in the or. And mrs. Orlan Landsgard Home in Honor of Orlan s birthday. Guests were or. And mrs. Albert Moshel of Hawkeye or. And mrs. Leo Friederich and Laurie of Elgin or. And mrs. Maurice Landsgard and Lynn Steve Ullestad or. And mrs. Gordon Landsgard Linda and Loren and mrs. Christine Rypestol. Millen and Otto Mork were sunday afternoon visitors in the Emory Landsgard Home. Or. And mrs. Henry Christen sen or. Visited Albert Christen sen at the West Union Hospital sunday afternoon. Mrs. Kenneth Mork visited in the Alan Seabrook Home at Clermont sunday afternoon. Abel Mork of West Union visited in the or. And mrs. Kenneth Mork Home Friday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Orvin Loftsgard visited Ole Loftsgard and Ann Guyer at the Hospital sunday afternoon. Betty Reierson of Isu Ames is Home for semester break in the or. And mrs. Lloyd Reierson Home. Or. And mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family were sunday dinner guests in the Keith Brainard Home. Or. And mrs. Joseph Reierson or. And mrs. Lloyd Reierson Betty and Diane were Friday evening visitors in the Gerald Blockhus Home. Pastor Henriksen was a Coffee guest in the Joseph Reierson Home. Saturday afternoon or. And do you want Hospital & doctor coverage that keeps up to Date find out what Blue Cross & Blue shield has for you better phone Donald l. Denk _ Waukon Iowa excess your Blue Cross & Blue shield representative for Alla Makee and Winneshiek counties about your Hospital & doctor Protection. Phone 319-568-2209a Shiho ? i would like free information on Blue Cross & Blue shield name address. Town Date Tele. No. Mrs. Harold Hanson and Enck attended the Rugland Watson wedding at Norway lutheran Church. Or. And mrs. Dale Suhr Lynn and Keith were sunday dinner guests in the Harold Hanson Home. Rachel Hanson visited in the Dale Suhr Home at Fayette saturday and was an overnight guest. Mrs. Paul Fauser and Robin of Ames Are spending a week in the Fauser and Loftsgard Homes. Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard and Kara were luncheon guests in the William Sutter Home at West Union sunday afternoon. Mrs. Laverne Imoehl accompanied or. And mrs. Kenneth Kjosa to Decorah thursday and visited mrs. Anna Kleve at the Hospital. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Kjosa were wednesday supper guests in the Thomas Peterson Home. Last Friday Kenneth Breit Sprecher of St. Olaf was a caller in the Harold Opsand Home. Or. And mrs. Clarence Jacob son of Rudd were sunday visitors in the or. And mrs. Sel Mer Holm Home. Last wednesday or. And mrs. Selmer Holm visited mrs. Merrill Olson at West Union or. And mrs. Warren burs trom and family of Freeport ii Illinois were weekend guests in the Harold Opsand Home. Sunday dinner guests joining them were or. And mrs. Bernard Hanson Cora Albert and Paul or. And mrs. Morris Amundson and David Janet of Hampton Virginia or. And mrs. Arthur Amundson and family of Clermont. The Burstrom family returned Home sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Roger Holm Brenda and of Ann Arbor Michigan spent the week of the 19th with or. And mrs. Selmer Holm. Or. And mrs. Selmer Holm were saturday evening visitors in the will Bergen Home in Honor of mrs. Bergen s birthday. The evening was spent playing som or set. A picnic supper sunday evening was held at the will Bergen Home. Those present were or. And mrs. Olvin Olson or. And mrs. Floyd Thompson or. And mrs. John Butikofer and families to help mrs. Bergen celebrate her birthday. Janet Amundson of Hampton Virginia spent the weekend at the parental or. And mrs. Morris Amundson Home. Or. And mrs. Otto Gisleson visited in the Milo Gisleson Home Friday evening. Or. And mrs. Gerald Winter and family were weekend guests and sunday dinner guests in the Otto Gisleson Home or. And mrs. Lawrence Naylor and Lana and Milo Gisleson joined them for dinner. David and Daryl Anderson were visitors in the Thomas whittle family Home sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Harvey Anderson were supper guests there at Volga. Mrs. Harvey Anderson and mrs. Julia Peterson attended the funeral of mrs. Ingrid Peterson at Glenwood lutheran Church at Decorah last monday. Tilpher Bilden Brenda and Jimmy and mrs. Clara Larson visited mrs. Tilpher Bilden on sunday at the la Crosse lutheran Hospital. Or. And mrs. Harvey Anderson David and Daryl and mrs. Milton Olson and Donna Kay attended the baptism of Daniel Todd the son of or. And mrs. Wayne Anderson at Marshall town february 20, and were dinner guests after services. Sponsors were David Daryl and Donna Kay. Tilpher Bilden called in the mrs. Clara Larson Home Friday afternoon. Clara and Myrtle Peterson were luncheon guests in the mrs. Clara Larson Home thursday afternoon. Pastor Henriksen called in the mrs. Clara Larson Home tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Henry Nyberg was a Coffee guest in the mrs. Clara Larson Home sunday. Mrs. Helga Bilden and Erling were thursday afternoon Coffee guests in the Millard Gisleson Home. Pastor Henriksen was a recent dinner guest in the Millard Gisleson Home. Or. And mrs. Mervin Reier son helped the Clarence sons move to their Home jul Union last monday the veterans admin employs More than 11 Ujj. Nam Era veterans incl i Oord 5,500 hired under % readjustment Alpoim authority. 1 to at s what Chomej Aych i Art made of please Send me your file of Nice Home Hafl name cite state a Harlan Scho pm. 864-3404 Postville a product of coh Way Homes Wilid a Cut out Coupon and Send it of everything Nice Home Wiy till diced by the originators oth Prairie lady Homes. Simple interest financing on Sioux drying bins Corn cribs storage bins and Batch dryers Loans made now Are interest Frej until october 1, 1972 annual interest rate us i Jet to change without f Tice. Postville implement 864-3214 Postville. Iowa Sioux steel company Sioux Falls so. Dakota 57101 by ski co Mills

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