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PAGE SEC.. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. ountnj (5iTespondence LUANA Ronald; of, Monona; were callers at the Alvin Breltsprecher home Sunday, all Miss Caroline Overtook was a Wed- di ™<* and lunch at nesdayguestin the Chris Salter ^^d jSrs Fred Kruse, Mrs. Fred Some in Fostville. iJevennan and sons, Mr. and Mrs. On Tuesday, August 8th an 8-lb. ^ Hen boy arrived in the home of Mr. and . Mr * rt Mrs W m i,,,!),,,™ der, Mr. arid Mrs. Wm. Bugenhagen Sr., Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Lindroth and . w , , . ...... _ f I Richard, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Daven- to Hefehte were guests. Thursday of I porti Robert and DonalQj Mrs. Henry Mueller. Rev. and Mrs. Fred J. Clark of Ce Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schultz, Mesdames Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Schultz, ^Mr. and Mrs. Geo; Kluss and son , M Mueller, Bertha Spiles, Louisa Howard of near Waukon were Sunday _,. „. ' . ,,„,„%-',, | Meier, Minnie Zahn, Mary Knuth and Bart McGomgie .eajoyedV a five o'clock .. , I picnic dinner Friday, Aug. llth, In the Schroder and sons of| Wm< Doerring home in honor of Or vine's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bease of Garna vllo; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ihde and .family, Mr. and Mrs. John Sass and Kumpf left Saturday for Madison, faml] of FaraJeKbur g. W ill Ihde and Wis., to attend the National Luther 1 League convention guests in the home of Mr. and. Mrs. Geo. Lindroth •Mrs. Hazel Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Engel ihardt and Lyledene were recent visitors at Spillville Gerald Engelhardt and Harold Hilma, Mrs. Louisa Sass, Mr. and" Mrs. Miss Helen Truman is spending a | f^^JJ?* M f- Mrs Jew weeks with her parents. Mr. tnd I Hutert ^ h and to»y. Mr. and (Mrs. Jay'Truman of Oacoma, S. and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Schwemm of Tripoli spent from Monday until Thursday with their daughter, Mrs. H. P. OKumpf, and family. CASTALIA Mrs. Harold Aulerich and daughter, of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Joe DeSotel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Seeland, Henry Mueller Jr. and sons Nor niaii and Ronald, Ed and Art Mueller were Sunday dinner and supper guests „ ... of Mrs. Minnie Mueller in honor of The quilters helped Mrs. Zahn with ner oirthday nnmversafy. a quilt last week and this week they ^ ^ Mre TieA j^;- Pred also assisted Mrs. Wm. Bugenhagen Neverman and sons, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Sr. finish a wedding ring quilt. ©oerring, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Daven Mrs. Hazel Schrader of Clermont, portj Margaret> Robert ^ Donald, with her mother, Mrs. Louis Engel- Mr . and Mrs/B. B . McGonigle, Mr. kardt, were caUers Sunday evening in and Mrs _ Henry 5,.^^ ^ AND the Harold Jarms home at Monona. Mrs Henry w scmtz, Mr. and Mrs. Mrs. G. H. Dickinson of Dickinson. , WM T^oth and ; Bichard, Mr. and N. D., came Sunday for a couple of MrS- Sam Olvis, Mrs. Mary Knuth, visit in the C. H Overbeck, Mrs. Minnie Zahn, Mrs. Bertha Spiles, Ben F. Overbeck and Arthur H. Berg ^ j^,,^ Meier and Mrs. Minnie. 5lCHnes - , , Mueller surprised W. J. Spiles, Thurs- Mr, and Mrs. Fred Palas, Mrs. Lo- day evenlng) Aug , 10 th, it being his renz Doerring and three older children birthday anniversary. A five o'clock autoed over to Wauseca, Wis., Sunday plonlc supper was served, end spent the day with their son and ^ and Mrs. C. B : Davenport, Mr. brother, Bernold Palas, and family. and ^ wm Splies> ^ and ^ Miss Susan Chapman spent Sunday John u &rtins,Mx. and Mrs. Wm; Bu. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. M. E. gennagen Sr-i m . and Mrs. Fred Smith, and in the afternoon they, Kruse> Mr _ and wmantJ with Frank Ames, enjoyed a call at ^chard, ^ and m s. Wm. Doerring the Monroe Land home in Fostville. and . 0rm >, Mr. and Mrs. Fred See- Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Lindroth, with i and> Mr and ^ H Schuitz and Mrs. Amelia -Heins and daughter El- olvis> Mrs _ SpUes Mrs , 3^ -eanor of PostvUle, were visitors in the Neverman and chud™' Mrs. Mary IMiller home in Clermont Sunday eve- Kauai> j^., Mlnaie Zahn Mrs _ Wede . ning, finding Mr. Miller very^poorly. meyer> Mrs . MeJer and Aug Friends are pleased to hear that Doerring enjoyed a six o'clock picnic Sirs. Henry Ziegler, in company with dinner with mmif , M ueller on Her sister, Mrs. Anna Bierbaum of Saturday evening in honor of her Griswold, was able to 'spend Tuesday birthday anniversary, in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Barlan Reinhardt, on the old home farm on route 1, Luana. A number of friends surprised Miss Lorene Knuth at her home Wednesday evening in honor of her birthday anniversary. Those present were Ella «nd friend of Kenosha, Wis., were here p an ncke, Helen Schierholz, Helen early Saturday morning saying "hello" i an dt, Florence Pauline Aulerich, to relatives, and then going back as G re tchen Wolter, Frances Erb, Louise far as McGregor to spend the day Erb, Elizabeth Pufahl, Mary Gentz, with their daughter and sister, Mrs. Agnes Gentz, Margaret Palas, Ivahelle Frank, OBrien, and family. .Becker, Anita Pufahl, Harold Panncke, A little boy entered the home of Mr. Milton Schierholz, Otmar Bruns, Deland Mrs. Claire Welch of route 2, bert Breltsprecher, Elmer Marting, El- X,uana, the past week. The family Is juej. Erb, Arthur Karl, Jack Marty, Ir- planhing to move back to their former yi^ Dietrich, Arthur Dietrich, Harold Home near Hartley, where they have Kumpf, Helmuth Landt, •: Glehdar rented a small dairy farm, taking pos- Brietsprecher, Willie Gentz, Curtis . Zieman, Charles Schutte, Phileman Mr. and Mrs, Ben Krambeer, Mar- Engelhardt, Harlan Miller, Mr. and garet and Donna Mae, and Grandma Mrs. Ed Pufahl. The evening was Krambeer, with Mrs. Aug. Doerring of spent in playing games and music and" CHERRY VALLEY Kenosha, Wis., autoed to the vicinity a t midnight a delicious luncheon was of Owatonna, Minn., to visit the served, Baumgart, Will and Rudy Landt families over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. Bobt. Collins and family are looking after the chores on the Krambeer farm. Mr- *nd Mrs. Louis Hangartner and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gruel, Mr. family were entertained Sunday at the and Mrs. Wilbert Gruel and babe, Mr. Otto Roffman home, and Mrs. Lyle Engelhardt and Lyle- George Swenson was called to Ce dene, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt, dar Rapids last week where he has with Mrs. Hazel Schrader and sons of job in a filling station. Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Lenth Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and and family, Mrs. Minnie Thompson, daughters were Saturday night guests Yern and Vic, of Monona, spent Sun- in the Fay Harris home at Clermont, day in the Jess Vaughn home near Mr. and Mrs. Chet Pearson, accom Watervllle. panied by Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gor Mr. and Mrs. Arno Gossman and danier, made a trip to Oelwein Mon Grandpa Gossman Miss Ida Wilke, day. Mrs. Harry Conrad, son Bobby and Mrs. Warner Harris, Mrs. Lee Havl- daughter Edith, Mr. and Mrs. Emil lac, with Zana Mae and Jeanne, spent Gossman and family, of Elkader; Mr. Friday afternoon at the Arthur Swen and-'Mrs. Theo. Matt and- daughter, son home. Mr. -and Mrs. Will Matt, of McGregor; Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gruel and Dar- Mrs. Louis Mueller of Farmersburg; win, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Grotegut Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Moon and son were Sunday dinner guests at the Carl • Luebka home. Mrs. Arthur Swenson, with Mrs. El- \mnnwmmm rie Ruckdaschel and Sally Ann, visited § ih the Warner Harris home Wednes—' day afternoon. The Roy Bloxham family, with Lynn H Hangartner, Robert Krambeer and I Howard Gordanler, spent Saturday at g the Con Hangartner home, m Art VanDevender, a farm hand who makes his home at the Russell Enyart place, was taken to Iowa City Monday and operated, for. appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris returned S home Monday night from their trip to • the Century of Progress and report a s wonderful time, but are glad to be back home. MI Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloxham' and j I Jeanne, Sir. and Mra. Con Hangartner, I Mr. and Mrs, Milton Helgerson were _ dinner guests at the Frank Roffman H J home Sunday. ™ Mr. and Mrs. Warner Harris, Mr. g I and Mrs. Lee Havilac, Zana May Har- ~'ris and baby Jeanne spent Sunday at Beulah Springs, near McGregor, and called on Mrs. Havilac. •Mr. and Mrs. Ben Mbrch and family drove to Cresco Sunday to visit in the home of Ben's brother, Oscar Morch. Miss Clara Morch returned home with them for a few days visit. Hufo Plcnlo Gathering Sunday The following friends nnd relatives enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Carious >Meyer home Sundny: Mr. nnd Mrs. Herbert Wirklei- and family, Mr. and Mrs; Hnvvey Wlrklcr and family, Mrs. Carrie Wirkler, Mrs (Henry Kaiser, Mrs. Emma Wirkler and Alfred Wirkler, of Garnavillo; Mr. and Mrs. James Fornn and Vernis, Mr; and Mrs. Harold Foran and baby, of Elkader; Mrs. Joe Kluss and daugh ters of Mitchell, S. D.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Meyev, Will Meyer, Irene nnd Ivn. Wlttes, of Rockwell; Mr. and Mrs, Henry Meyer and Edna of Monona; Mr. nnd Mrs. Helmuth Wirkler of McGregor; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz, Orville and Richard, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eggert, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer and children; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baltz and Eugene, of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Drallmeier and children of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. H, Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Valder Meyer and children, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Tim- merjnan, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Peckham and children, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer and Orville, Mr. and Mrs. Dn- mond Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth iMeyer, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Dahms and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dahms, •Lorene and Wayne, Rev. and Mrs. G, A. Schmidt and Enna, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss and Elaine. Mrs. John Kluss was hostess to the Larkin Club at her home Wednesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Baltz and sons left Monday for a several days outing at Stillwater, Minn. The U. B. Missionary Society was entertained at the home of Mrs. Martin Harris, Wednesday afternoon. Eileen Winn entertained the 4-H Club girls and their leader, Mrs. Geo. Peckham, at her home Thursday afternoon. Announcements were. received by friends and relatives of the arrival of a daughter, Joyce Ann, at the Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg home at Postville, August 31th. Congratulations. Earl Anderson and Leonard Anderson, of Cedar Rapids; Vernal Anderson of Calmar; Donald Peckham, Leo Neuenswander and Mr. Schave went to Waukon Junction, Monday afternoon for an over-night fishing trip. Mr. and Mrs. Vernal Anderson of Calmar, Mrs. W. F. Anderson and daughter Ruby and Leon Anderson went to Cedar Rapids Thursday for a week-end visit at the Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson home. BETHEL GRAND MEADOW I Luana Opera House Sat. Aug. 19 J THE VIKING ACCORDION BAND will furnish the music! 40c and 25c Marie Lawson was an over-night guest Saturday of Ivanelle Lubbers. Duwayne Lubbers was an over-night guest Saturday in the Frank Lawson home. Mrs. Harold Brewer and children were Sunday guests in the Wm. Kugel home. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lubbers entertained a company of friends at dinner Sunday. Mrs. R. E. McNally entertained the Happy Day Club at her home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Vei'n Trudo and Betty and Mrs. Margaret Olson spent Sunday in the O. L. Trudo home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C .Wells were among the Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Leui home at Gunder. Frank Joseph Rounds attended the doings at Waukon last Thursday as a member of the Postville School Band. The Elmer Trudo children of near West Union are spending several days with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. R. E. McNally. A large crowd attended the Postville band concert and ice cream social sponsored by the Dorcas Society at Gunder Friday night. Rose McNally spent the past two weeks visiting friends and relatives in Wisconsin and seeing the sights at the Century of Progress In Chicago. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Farmer of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Krambeer of. Britt were callers at the O. L. Trudo and John Krambeer • homes Thursday forenoon. Miss Mary Stamford of Fayette returned to her home last Thursday after spending a -Jew days in the J. C. Wells home, Mr. and Mrs. Wells taking her home, Mrs. Frank Cahalan accompanied her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fay of Clermont, and aunt and uncle, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Goodman of Waterloo, to points in Wisconsin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Ole Anderson and daughter returned to their home in Wisconsin the first of the week after being called here by the death of Mrs, Anderson's mother, Mrs. K. Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Robt. Wettleson, Tol. ena Olson, John Erickson, Milo Jaco bla and Frank Joseph Rounds are among the sight-seeing crowds who left for Chicago the latter part of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bollman and children are spending a few days in the parental Louis Krambeer home, assisting with' the work while Elmer and Arnold -Krambeer are at the Century of Progress.at Chicago. Miss Mary Stamford' of Fayette, Mrs. J. C. Wells and Mrs. Howard Leui motored to the Wray Brown home at Froelich Wednesday. Mrs. Brown accompanied them after spending a few days, in the parental J. C. Wells home. The Congressman's wife sat up in bed, a startled look on her face. "Jim," she whispered, "there's a robber in the house." "Impossible," was her husband's reply. "In the Senate, yes, but in the House, never."—Log. Ada Schultz wns a caller at the Mr, and Mrs. Obcrt Harris home Monday. Georgo Leet wns a caller in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Lawson Tuesday, Mrs. J. W. Harris entertained a number of ladies at n quilting party Tuesday. Ethel Smith spent Thursday evening In the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brninnrd home. Mrs. Louis Schultz entertained a number of relatives at a picnic dinner Inst Sunday. Morton Helgerson wns a caller in the Mr. and Mrs. Obcrt Harris home last Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Nuehrlng and son George were callers in Decorah Inst Saturday. Fred Harrington and Martin Wickery were callers in the Frankvllle locality Inst Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Nuehrlng visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Ewing home Tuesday evening. Bernn Schultz of Hanover spent Inst Sunday in the home of her mother, Mrs. Louis Schultz, Martin Harris and son of Castalla were callers at the Mr. and Mrs. Her- mnn Nuehring home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehring and Virginia spent Tuesday evening in the Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Lawson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Sogrlst accom panied by Mrs. Larry Ewing nnd children nutoed to Waukon Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Brainard and family visited in the Mr. Rnd Mrs. H. L. Meier home Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harrington nu­ toed down from Postville last Sunday to help Pred Hnrrfngton celebrate his birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson and son Harry of Grand Meadow, Miss Maggie Rcif of Postville and Milo Kalke of Floyd were visitors in the Mr. and Mrs.' Herman Nuehrlng home lost Sunday. About 75 people, young and old, gathered at the hospitable home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segrlst for a Ladies' Aid meeting on Thursdny evening, and a good time was enjoyed by all. FRANKVILLE father. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd' Wolf and Mrs. Anna Broulllet were Decorah shoppers GUNDER Robert Dlttmer of Elkader spent last week in the Emil Gulsvig home. Miss Lizzie Skevin has been caring for Miss Carrie Nelson the past week. A large crowd attended the band concert and ice cream social Friday evening. Several from Gunder attended the free entertainment at Clermont Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lind left Saturday night for Chicago to attend the World's Fair. Clifton Olson was operated for appendicitis at the Postville Hospital on Monday morning. Miss Violet Gulsvig returned to her home Saturday after spending several days in Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Lind, Mr. and Mrs, Clarence Anderson were Dubuque shoppers Wednesday. Mrs. Alfred Jensen and daughters and Mrs. Howard Leui were shoppers in West Union Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lante and children were over-night guests Tues day with Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leui. Mr. and Mrs. John Wells and John Edward. Mr. and Mrs. Wray Brown were Sunday dinner guests in the Howard Leui home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krambeer and Evelyn, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Bollman and two children called at toe Howard Leui home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Erick Holverson, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Chrlstenson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Holverson, and their families, called on Mrs. Carrie Nelson Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Maynard Lantz and two children, Miss Orpha Nelson and Thelma Holverson drove down from Osage to visit Mrs. Carrie Nelson one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Lindly and fnm lly of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Chrlstenson of Lansing, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Landsgaard were Sunday night guests of Mrs. E. Landsgard. ouroi ^Notica Knrl VanWoy was a PostvUle caller In t j le .District CotiJu,r Tuesday. All« makco •«!( Mr. and Mrs. Chris Watera were Do- . _ Terui - 1 corah callers Thursday, ASOHOM BROS., Glad to report Obarles;Allen on!•••khe 1 • Plaintiffs,• gain the past few days. • vs. Vernon Schoonmaker and Elmer frf 1 ^ bi LUNGS AND Peck were Calmar callers" Thursday. ALICE EHAINQS, •K. VV. Waters lolb tor West Point on Defendant Thursday*-to- resume'.-.work .-:, 6 ;wikh-*hJs' To Pearl Bluings and in fnfw You and ench of v™ ^ s. fowled that there J, 1^1 n. the office of the off^M Friday. Court of i 0wa , ln °/ Mrs. Dorothy Russott visited rela- County, on or before wL!*^ tlvcs in Oolwein••.from Friday ..- until August, A. D. 1033 the tv,t «r^ Sunday. above named pteinlifi.. 7^ Mrs. Ida Felke and son. Earl were you and each of y ou t ~r* callers at the Romeo Padden homo; oti the plaintiffs > n the sum Sunday. on account of goods mm^ Mrs. Nell Spaun and Mrs. K, W. l ° you at your instant/ Waters were business callers In Post- during the period comm.!! Mile Friday, ber 2nd, 1020 , a„d cnCftf Relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Merle Go-" 1826. and asking for £7 bin enjoyed a picnic at the Qobin each of you (n the sumof home Sunday. . interest at the rate of 5" Oan Higgtns left Monday for: Janes- trom and aft«r the lith°da d villo, Wis., where he has employment tember, A. D. 1933, and !o r? In the woolen mills, , this action. Mrs. Dan Higgins is enjoying a visit p °r further particulars yon from her granddaughter,: from Ran- * erred to said petition, dalia the past week. Now unless you appear twj Miss Dorothy Wnlby spent: the past defend on or before noon 01 week in Decorah atthe home of. her ond day of the next uncle, Walter Kneeskern. her, A. D. 1933, Term 0! Miss Jessie Melkle enjoyed -a visit named Court which will enmi from a cousin and family from'Wis- bo held at the Court House & consin over the week-end. kon, Allamakee County, low & Miss Beulah Barrett came home on "day of September, A. D' Sunday after spending ft :: week' with default will be entered' agiJ!! her grandmother In dsslan. and judgment rendered HIM The Willing Workers held a well at- against each of yoti aspraieibJ tended meeting last Thursday at the tiffs' petition and for thecaiirfl Mrs. Caroline Letchford home. action. Several families from here motored to Festlna Sunday and picnicked at the Smallest church in the world Lee Winger, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van- 1 SHERIFF'S SALE Wey and Miss Inez Kneeskern were 'Postville callers Wednesday evening. I State of Iowa ASCHOM ] ^1^_X 0U VISIT DAVENPORT A_Bl'ACK HAWK HOTEL iProf. Roliins arrived here Thursday Allamakee County-*, to spend a few days before going on By virtue of n General EtssBatf to the Century or Progress exposition, me directed. Issued by the CkrlclS Miss Beraice and Martin Kilmer re- District Court of said County lo b« turned home from Rossvillo Sunday, of Myrtle L. Dickson against si where they have spent the past week. Meier and Minnie W. Meier, lis Mr. and Mrs. Walter VanWey and levied upon and will sell to the daughter Arllss were callers at the bidder, at public auction, at teftj Fred Hangartner home last Thursday. Home of L. S. Meier, in said Caa^ Mrs. Nell Spaun, Mrs. K.W. Waters, on the 24th day of August A. D..9| Miss Jessie Melkle and Mrs. Geo. Van- at a P. M. o'clock, the iollwiail* Wey were Decorah shoppers Wednes- crlbed property, tc-wit: day. •'. 10 Brown Swiss milk cow, i. Mrs. Alma Crabtree, Mrs. Archie Swiss milk coys, two 2-jw o!d i» Jones and Maxlne spent Sunday after- Swiss heifers, 3 yearling Bran-Mi noon at the Ray Alien home in Cas- heifers, 5 last spring Swiss 1^ talia. calves. 5 last spring Brtmi Stfsis Mrs. Irvln Crawford accompanied calves, 3 small calves (2 ba&,.« her brother, John Leer, and family heifer), one 2-ycar old Brom&ii home last week for a visit in Mlnne- bull, 1 Brown gelding 7 years d4,l apolis. brown marc 6 > T . old, 1 setolrt Jns. Drew, Lyle Bollman, Elmer harness, 500 bu. oats and 25 te.< Peck and Leslie Birdsell attended the hay in barn, more or less 1 wrestling match at Waukon on last Taken and levied upon and lii Thursdny evening. sold to satisfy said writ ol essw The K. W. Waters threshing ring and all accruing costs, held a business nieetlngr and picnic Dated at Waukon. Iowa, this 14$ supper at the Leo Birdsell home last of August, A. V. 1933. Wednesday evening. jos. P. Baxter, arig A number of relatives gathered at the home of Phil Broulllet on Friday Entering the state house la Jf evening to help him celebrate his Moines from the west, onenujif birthday anniversary. . In letters of gold over an ucW Gus Herman, Mr. and Mrs. Harry "Nothing is politically right *W Harvev, John Kautman and family morally wrong".—<0'Connell) % and Mrs. Fred Broullette were among wonder at times if some 0! oat Decorah shoppers Wednesday. be politicians haven't transposed!?! Miss Marjorie Jones is on duty as verb phrases. Entering the stale assistant at the telephone Office after from the east one may also ^} a few days vacation In Waterloo at the letters of gold above »n° tta j| home of her sister, Mrs. Fay Harvey, that "Education is a better siti$ Archie Jones visited at the home of of liberty than a swndlug 1 his daughter, Mrs. Fay '.Harvey, ln .j s too bad some of our lw Waterloo Friday and Saturday. His weren't better safeguards.-Cs» granddaughter accompanied, hlnv home — I f °LY iS ?™ I am not surprised that 1W Richard Flower came.up from Oel- lSome opposition '.0 the adoptloaoff! wein Friday and accompanied Mr. and C(K j e but that there « no! Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern, Mrs. and Mrs. j^,™ -on' the Air" ln tl Tom Bollman and relatives from Wis- ence conservative. It consin to Festlna on a fishing trip, entirely new and Don't forget that next Sunday, Aug. DU t the public seems w re» ^j- 20th. is Community Day In Frankville, ^ a n honest effort to . ao '""^jjj so make plans to spend the day: here.. cor rect some ot the m ^„, w & A good program Is being arranged and brought about the coi10. ^ the afternoon will consist of music w jij 0 h we have labo rea ^ to m and speaking by the young people of three years. It IS " nrt Jo MWB* the neighboring towns as well as local public conscience ana . .>".,. „ talent. and an appeal of ^ ^| Mr. and Mrs, C. C. Barrett entertain- American people ne»er > ed the following families from Fort Atkinson and Osslan on Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Lymbergor, Mr. and -Mrs. Paul Lymberger and two children, Mr^: and Mrs. Henry Lymberger and grand-? daughter, Mrs. Dowd and Marie, Carl Favor and Ernie and a friend. The M. H. Club met at the home of Dorothy Russett last Friday and a good program was given, with Mrs. Ruth Stogen as leader. They voted to hold meetings but once a month during the fall and the next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Ruth Stegen on Sept. 8th, at which time will be celebrated the birthdays for September. Mrs. Geo, VanWey was chosen program leader. kindWf Save old oats for seed ln 1834. This suggestion comes from specialists of the XS. S. Department of Agriculture who have been receiving reports, from the oats belt. The reports are that the oats from the current crop are generally of poor quality, especially in the great north-central region where the bulk of the crop is produced. The seed-oat situation may be serious,In some sections next spring, Consequently they suggest that the farmers who still have old oats from the 1832 harvest may find it good business to hold these oats, either for their own seeding or for sale to neighbors. The harvest this, year has been so poor ed varieties *** of flda P fr the 1932 cron^ ^ demana forced ivT ^l** 1 ** ta . 3n the spring of 1834 Spray Don't let the pesAyMj annoy you or your stock this summevl : : Get our 'sure-kill' spi'l and rid your hams, yoitt premises and your lin­ stock of this annoyance? ; We have it m any qua| tity and at a price m you can afford to pay-? Thoma Bros, Pharmacyi , The REX-ILL Start Save With Safety si W. Bexail Store!