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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 1, 1972, Postville, Iowa
Fan news Lawrence Batacu Frei Podwil a lutheran Church Fohn Mohr pm a. March 1 lenten worship ser in choir sings. Follow so slip in the Church senior choir prac Harch 2 Rachel Circle at the be Home Florence i Leader Rich 3 Chancel choir. Youth choir. Karen 4 it. -9th Grade confirms. In. 7th and 8th Grade a. Orch 5 i worship service with i. Sunday school and Erch 6 Lay school or Parish i Salome Circle at Home of Ida Baade. Leader Sylvia Belchner. Tuesday March 7 9 30 . Naomi Circle at Home of mrs. Vellersven. Leader Yvonne Landt observes birthday mrs. Helen Dickman or. And mrs. Fred helps and Douglas Monona were tuesday night supper guests & or. And mrs. Gerald Pape and family. Evening callers were or. And mrs. Robert Dull and family Postville mrs. Martha Pape and Clarence Pape. They helped mrs. Pape celebrate her birthday. Or. And tvs. Robert Kram Beer and Tony Monona Pam and Scott Henkes Farmersburg or. And mrs. Lynn Hangartner mrs. Rosena Krambeer were supper guests monday night of or. And mrs. Loren Leas celebrating or. Leas birthday. Mrs. Lowell Slegel Mcgregor or. And mrs. Lawrence Schultz or. And mrs Adrian Riveland were callers in the Loren Leas Home monday evening. . Jerry Leas arrived Home saturday morning from it. Gordon Georgia where he just completed his . Schooling. Mrs. Lynn Hangartner accompanied or. And mrs. Robert wednesday March 1, 1972 Postville Iowa Herald 3 200 cadets to go Ranger Washington and More than 200 army Roto cadets will attend the Ranger course in lieu of advanced Camp this summer. The cadets All volunteers will take the rugged nine week Ranger training Given by the . Army infantry school at it. Renning a. While most of their Ranger training will take place at it. Benning the cadets will learn Mountain climbing at Dahlonega ga., and juggle warfare at Eglin air Force base in Florida. Parade of Spring and easter fashions re civilized for and easter Isem Bles a capes a in easy a knee lengths a aders in selection Price Quality choose yours Early. If it s fashion it s Here to s fashion shop Postville Iowa homemaker attend regional meeting Alla Makee county homemaker health aides their director and the temporary county nurse attended a regional in service educational seminar held at the Sweden House in Waterloo feb. 8. Left to right seated in the front Row Are Catherine Byrnes Waukon Katherine Cole Lansing Selma Gilbertson and june Shogren Waukon. Standing in the second Row Are Meg Keenan Lansing Eunice Norton Rossville the program s director Joan Feller Waukon and Pat Wellendorf Lansing temporary Alla Makee county nurse. Mrs. Cole has accepted the position of out reach aide with the Northeast Iowa Community action corporation in Alla Makee county. She will be serving the communities of Lansing new Albin and surrounding areas replacing mrs. Marguerite Plein. Alla Makee county s Home maker health aide program has served 98 Homes and finds it needs More workers particularly in the Postville Lansing and new Albin areas. Anyone interested in being trained for part time work should Contact mrs. Feller at the court House Waukon. Krambeer to Britt saturday feb. 19, where they attended the funeral of their Cousin Don Rasmunson. They also visited with their aunt mrs. Alice Krambeer. Mrs. Elsa Gossman received word thursday morning about the death of her Friend mrs. Hugo Pape of Vallejo California she being a sister in Law of mrs. De Pape and mrs. Otto Pape Monona. Funeral services trere held monday. Interment was made in Vallejo California. Or. And mrs. Gerald Pape and family were Friday evening sup Par guests of or. And mrs. Edwin Mckee and family. Overnight guests saturday and sunday of or. And mrs. Lawrence Baade were or and mrs Paul Grafenberg Ames. Mrs Algie Nichols Giard was a saturday dinner and afternoon guest in the Gossman Stal e y Home. Or. And mrs. Floyd Baade Pitt Minn or. And mrs. Curtis Zieman and Robin or. And mrs. Emest Stockburger and or. Merrill Baade were thursday evening supper guests of or. And mrs Lawrence Baade or and mrs. Douglas Drahn Andrea and Anlissa Cedar rapids Darby Suckow Postville were saturday evening supper Good housekeeping is easy with. Heating Oil v guaranteed by Good housekeeping advertised ise the heating Oil that backs its Quality guarantee nth the Good housekeeping guaranty Seal x b own Quality guarantee. And now e Good housekeeping guaranty Seal Ere a double Assurance to you that eating Oil is clean burning and High in eating efficiency. Be sure of heating com All Winter Long. Ask us about easy terms the amour sex worry free heating plan. I fort Call us today tomorrow is now with Sunray i0me Oil company Ille Iowa phone 864-3724 guests of or. And mrs Elvie Drahn. Or and mrs. Harlen he ins attended a pop concert at Cal mar sunday afternoon. Their grandsons David and Dennis to Lien participated. They also were supper guests of the Sluard to Lien family in Ossian that evening. Or. And mrs. Gerald Pape and family were visited by or and mrs. Emil Orison sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Arthur Wolter mrs. Addle Flaig drove to West Union calling in the Home of Mary Nagel sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs Arno Wilker Postville spent sunday evening in the Harvey Landt Home. Dinner guests sunday of or. And mrs. Lawrence Baade were or and mrs Vern Zieman Hilma Krambeer Monona or. And mrs. Ronald Grafenberg and John wast Union or. And mrs. Paul Grafenberg Ames. Or and mrs Carl Nelson Monona were visited by or and mrs. Elliott Nelson sunday afternoon. Or and mrs. Douglas Drahn Andrea and Anissa returned to their Home in Cedar rapids sunday morning after visiting in the Homes of or and mrs Lawrence Linderbaum and or. And mrs. Elvie Drahn. Or and mrs. Duaine Davis and Julie were sunday dinner guests of or and mrs. We Bugenhagen. Or and mrs. Henry t. Holajn were supper guests of or and mrs. Gerhard Halverson at Postville sunday. Or. And mrs Leroy Luepker Laurie and Lonnie of Lowden were weekend visitors in the Ernest Stockburger Home. Or. And mrs. Wayne Chamberlain Rural Luana drove to Cochrane wis., sunday spending the afternoon and evening in the Home of their daughter and husband the Richard Hager s. Mrs. Leta Liddle Monona accompanied or. And mrs. Carl Voelz to the Home of or and mrs. Felix Moritz Friday where they were supper guests. Or and mrs. Walter Bugenhagen visited in the Ramon Sass Home in Monona sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Harvey Landt were Friday evening supper guests of or. And mrs. Henry t. Olson. Or and mrs Jerry Koehn and Vicky entertained with a fish dinner sunday. Dinner guests were or. And mrs. David Scheffert Tracy and Eric Richard Koehn and Chad Otte Schultz Tony Phillip Monona Dean Landt Leslie Dunning Robert Ruckhaber Luana. Dinner guests of or. And mrs Lloyd Schutte Castalia and saturday were or. And mrs. Henry t. Olson. Or. And mrs. Willard Sander and family of Postville or. And mrs Wayne Sander and family new Hampton or. And mrs. Den Nis Wiedenmann and daughters Manchester were dinner guests sunday of mrs. Amanda Sander. Tammy returned Home with her parents the Wiedenmann after spending a week with her great grandmother or. And mrs. Harry Gordon drove to Rochester Minn., sunday visiting their granddaughter Kristen who submitted to surgery. They also called in the Merrill Gordon Home. Or. And mrs. Louis Benjegerdes Postville spent Friday evening in the Home of or and mrs. Walter Bugenhagen. Supper guests of or. And mrs Henry t. Olson Friday were or. And mrs Harvey Landt. Or and mrs. Glen Meisner Ames were saturday Over Nite guests of or. And mrs. Curtis Zieman and Robin. Or and mrs. Arno Wilker Postville visited or and mrs Harvey Landt sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Ron Wentz and family Menominee Falls wis., or and mrs. Don Hangartner and Heather Hangartner Cedar rapids spent the weekend in the Lynn Hangartner Home. Or. And mrs. Robert Van Wey and Brenda returned to Marion monday after pending the weekend in the Loren Leas Home. Saturday evening visitors in the Home of or. And mrs Walter Bugenhagen were or. And mrs. Harry Gordon. Or. And mrs Carl Voelz were thursday guests of the Harvey Landt s. Dinner guests on sunday of or. And mrs. Ernest Stockburger were the Leroy Luepker family of Lowden mrs. Cliff Starkey and Linda and mrs Karl Erb of Monona. Or. And mrs. Ray Marsh Minneapolis Minn. Or. And mrs. Adrian Riveland visited in the Loren Leas Home saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Vinton Leas Monona spent tuesday afternoon in the Loren Leas Home. Nursing service Aid to Many the Clayton county Public health nursing service admitted 276 people to its service and made 915 Home nursing visits during the past year. Tills represents a30% increase in the number of people in their Homes. The Public health nurse s duties include preventive and rehabilitative health counselling assisting in communicable disease prevention assisting in care of infants and children particularly handicapped children and working with other Community agencies to meet health needs. In Clayton county last year the nurses administered direct nursing care to 122 people in their Homes. Care was Given to 74 maternity patients before and after delivery. Counselling service was Given to 43 mentally ill and 58 mentally retarded. The Public health nurse works under the direct orders of the family physician and sets up a nursing care plan for each patient receiving Home health care. A fee for service is charged for direct nursing care based on the patient s ability to pay. The Clayton county Board of health hires the Public health nurse and assumes the responsibility of providing this service. Board members include Robert Buckner Elkader chairman mrs. Fred Huebsch Mcgregor Secretary Richard Pattison Monona or. Robert Merrick m,d., Guttenberg and or. H. B. Stal Naker v.m., Edgewood. Mrs. Ida a Kuntz . Serves the county As Public health Narse replacing mrs. Connie Peterson a n., who terminated her services june 1, 1971. Try your. Paramount pharmacy. First veterinary department Hess & Clark War Farat crumbles.1-ib. Box $1.09 , Reg. $9.38, now $7.50 co biotic. 100 cd $2.69 sul role for drinking water.$3.39 pen of a 6 tubes Reg. $5.22.now $4.29 old fashion horehound Candy in bags 29c and 55c panty Hose Micro mesh.25% off visit our greeting card department cards writing supplies gift wrappings see our Fine selection Timex watches priced from $10.95 to $30.00 see our Complete line of feminine Hygiene products tires removed for storage should be placed Flat in a Cool dry area away from sunlight and electrical equipment. Coupon sign Coupon and Deposit in our store special drawing saturday March 4 at 10 00 a. M. Name. Address. Coupon where your Good health is Paramount Postville Paramount pharmacy Postville Iowa pm. 864-3723 Call us for refrigeration repair a bulk tank service air conditioners Home appliances Bob s electric & refrigeration Postville Iowa Home phone 864-3562 shop phone 864-3418 this week s mystery photo ft4 Hir can you identify the mystery photo owner or tenant May Stop at the Postville state Bank and receive a free 8 x 10 photo compliments of Postville state Bank. Everything under one roof All the financial services that you will Ever need at one convenient location. Postville state Bank 1872-1972
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