Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 5, 1945 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, IMS. gwntrtj (frffespemdenea LUANA 8T. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CnURCH Pant W. Adix, Pastor. Sunday—9:30. Sunday Schoot and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. Friday evening—8:00. choir practice. Harold Gilster of Farmersburg spent Friday afternoon at the Carl Voelz home. Cpl. Wilbur Frye is spending a 10-day furlough with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frye, and his family at Elkadcr. Cpl. Wilbur Frye. with his wife and daughter of Elkadcr. were Saturday guests of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frye. Miss Betty Brown of Cedar Rapids came Friday for a week end visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Max Adix and children of Alden. Minn., came Saturday for a few days visit in the home of his brother. Rev. Paul Adix. Mrs. Oscar Anderson of Amery. Wis., and Mrs. Stanley of Rockford. Minn., were guests in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Adrian Riveland, several days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. John J. Krambecr and family moved to Monona the past week The house vacated by them was recently purchased by Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambecr from Mrs. Minnie Collins and they plan to occupy it in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. James Mathews and Captain McCelland of Farmersburg. Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt of Strawberry Point, Mr. and Mrs. Dugstadt and Clarice, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrader and Virginia of Clermont, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt were Thursday evening dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voclz. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. Paul Adix. Supply Pastor. Sunday, Dec. 9—Sunday School at 9:30 si. m.; Worship service at 8:00 p. m. Christmas program practice after the Sunday School. Hold Christmas Party. The Luther League held their Christmas party Sunday evening in the church parlors. Election of officers resulted as follows: President. Lolita Buddenberg; vice president, Betty Schulte: secretary. Leon Evcrman; treasurer, Zonna Stee; librarian, Mary Brown. After devotions, which were led by Rev. Paul Adix of Luana. pictures were also shown by Rev. Adix, and games were played, after which luncheon was served. The exchange of gifts went to the Waverly Orphanage. FRANKVILLE News of Servicemen. Thomas Crawford, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Crawford, arrived home Sunday morning after receiving his discharge at Camp Grant, Rockford, 111. He served in North Africa and France. Mr. and Mrs. Hnns Stegen received o telephone message from their son, Leland, when he landed In California, a few days ago, saying he would be home as soon as the necessary business, connected svith his discharge is taken care of. Leland has served In the Philippines and has lately seen service in China and Japan. Word came from Tillman Aschim that he is on his way home after serving in the army in Germany and other countries in Europe. Clifford Hughes went to Oakdale on Monday to visit his wife at the sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford left on Saturday to spend a week nt Cnnistota, South Dakota. Mrs. Leo Kneeskern and children are spending a few days nt the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Michael Vollman in Fort Atkinson. Dean Hammol Is clerking at the Carl Letchford store during their absence this week. Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern and Edna Bollman returned Sunday morning from n trip to South Dakota. Mrs. Fennlmore Ambrose and Mrs. Edna Bollmnn spent Sunday nt the home of Mrs. Mabel Waters. Mrs. Nellie Spaun, Mrs. Walter Van Wey and Sarah Miller were having dental work done in Postville Wednesday. PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the Inst Will and Testament of Mrs. Wilhclmlnn Lammcrt, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read In the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and that December 31, 1945, has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (SEAL) seal of said Court this 4th day of December, I94S. O. H. Fossum, Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M. Lernme, Deputy. Burling & Palas, Attorneys for Estate. Sell it through a Herald Wont Ad! PROOF OF WILL. To Alt Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that on Instrument purporting to be the lost Will and Testament of Mrs, Ida Brandt, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa has been opened and read In the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and thut December 31, 1945, hos been Get for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hond and the (SEAL) seal of sold Court this 4th day of December, 1045. O. H. Fossum, Clerk of District Court By Sylvia M. Lemme, Deputy. Burling & Palas, Attorneys for Estate. OWL HUNTER. Mrs. Thede Boysen of Medinpolls must be the envy of all her friends for her "bravery." Recently she found a large owl in her chicken house. She grasped it by the wings and carried it to the Archer elevator where Floyd Robertson killed it. The owl had a wing spread of 58 inches. It's time to get out the holiday cookie cutters and go to work on some plain rolled suger cookies. Let the youngsters do the decorating—and the baking, too, If they're old enough. REPORT RARE BIRDS FROM THE FAR NORTH During the past few weeks several species of rare far northern birds have been reported in the state, including goshowks, snowy owls and n Richardson's pigeon hawk. Periodically such bird invasions occur, and generally cyclic declines of mice, lemmings and rabbits in northern Canada, principal foods of those birds of prey, ure blamed for their wanderings. Snowy owls, one of the largest North American owls, are white with dark burring. The goshawks are large, slate-colored birds and one of the most vicious predators on the con. tinent. The extremely rare Richardson's pigeon howk Is a small bird that may easily be confused with the common, unprotected sharp-shinned hawk. NOT TOO MANY COOKS. A Thanksgiving dinner at Polk 2 rural school in Bremer county was enjoyed by all 21 pupils and their teacher. Miss Margaret Cave. All 22 participated in cooking the dinner, and needless to say, nil enjoyed eating it. The work was divided among all the pupils. Part of the dinner was brought from the homes while the remainder was cooked at the school on an electric stove. I LUANA HI-SPY I V I Entertain Musicians. The band and girls' glee club were entertained by Mr. and Mrs. Carr at a party last Friday evening at the school. The evening began with a dinner cooked in the home economics room, served by some of the music pupils who are members of the cooking class. The dishes were washed by those who received white mints at the table. A short program was given by younger members of the band, including selections by Joanne, Raymond and Robert Doerring, Dorothy Wagner, and Marlin and Donald Jones. Catherine Carr played two piano numbers and three surprised pupils sang special songs. Marian Meyer went to Monona on Thursday for a visit in the Roy Carter home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stee of Clermont spent Sunday evening at the Melvin Stee home. Mrs. Herbert Schroeder attended the funeral of Mrs. Bertha Plaster at Sumner last Tuesday. Leon Szabo, 6 year old son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo, was taken to the Decorah hospital Sunday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stee and family of Cedar Falls visited home folks on Sunday. The Lutheran Brotherhood met on Monday, November 26. in the church parlors for an oyster supper and a sociable evening was enjoyed by all John Svendsen and family were last Sunday dinner guests in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Breitsprecher of Burr Oak Mr. and Mrs. George Kishman and Landry of Farmersburg, Mr. and Mrs, Parmer Schlake and family of Garnavillo. were guests of Mr. and Mrs Earle Corlett and family, Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Norman Svendsen are the proud parents of a baby girl born at the Decorah hospital Monday morn ing. Mrs. Svendsen will be remem bored as Ramona Preuss, daughter Mr. and Mrs. Ed Preuss. Mrs. C. B. Schopp. Mrs. Roy Dean Mrs. Delia Winn, Mrs. Hattie Stanley and Miss Lulu Campbell were Monday dinner guests at the C. R. Winn home at Jackson Junction given in honor of Miss Campbell's birthday. John Brandt has sold his home to Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe, who will move January 1st. Mr. Brandt will spend the winter with his daughter, Mrs. Irene Ostlie, at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte will move The rest of the evening was spent , in playing various musical and other j° n the Thomas Monroe farm games, stunts, etc. The winner of Mr- and Mre- °"° Ha ? er £ most events, girl and boy, received | moved , to * elr Jj 0 ™ ^,5™".^!"! grand prizes. Refreshments were served later in the evening. Third and Fourth Grades. The following third grade pupils had perfect spelling lessons for this week: Rose Brown, Edwin Bugenhagen, Ervin Bugenhagen, Edythe Doerring, Lillian Doerring, Shirley Doerring, Carroll Kamin, Ruth Pann- cke, Harley Radloff and Janice Zwei- bohmer. Pupils in the fourth grade who earned "A's" are Sharlene Easton, Nola Enyart, Eugene Kamin, Dixie Land, Dorothy Lenth, Junior Marting, Roy Nelson, Gerald Pape, Gary Rose, Jerome Schultz, Beverly Scheffert, LaVern Schrader, Lamoine Wentz and Linda Watts. The art classes made Christmas cutout posters. They cut out figures of angels from red or green construction paper and posted a sheet of white paper back of it. Firth and Sixth Grades. The following people had perfect spelling lessons last week: Gene Kruse, Beverly Schrader, Dale Sweatt. The sixth grade history class has been studying about the feudal system of the Middle Ages. They have been studying about the knights of this period and have been reading stories of King Arthur'and his knights. Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda moved into their home va cated by the Hager family. Both Mr. Schultz and Mr. Hager are employed at the Carnation milk factory. Word was received by Mrs. Elsie Kobrigcr that her son. Daniel P. Kobriger, Aviation Machinist's Mate 2/C, plans to be home December 20, after serving 25 months in the navy, and after going through the demobilization center at Pearl Harbor he has arrived at West Manchester, Inglewood, Calif. Mrs. Fred Bareis was hostess to the Embroidery Club on Thursday afternoon with the following members present: Mrs. August Meyer, Mrs. Damond Meyer, Mrs. Fred Schultz, Mrs, John Kluss, Mrs. W. H. Haefner and Mrs. Alta Reeves. Visitors present were: Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mrs. Will Timmermnn and Mrs. Valder Meyer and son, Kelly, Donald E. Kobriger, Chief Machin ist's Mate, arrived at the home of his mother, Mrs. Elsie Kobriger, on Friday night after serving 10 years in the navy. At present Mr. Kobriger has not made definite plans as to whether he will re-enlist or not. His wife and daughter, Sharrol of Clermont, joined him here at his mother's. Mr. Kobriger served on the attack transport USS Lavaca, which carried troops to many strategic places during the final phases of the Pacific campaign. After touching almost every port of major importance in the Pacific, the ship climaxed its wartime career by enter ing Tokyo Bay with occupation forces. GIFT ITEMS That Are Different ! Winter Bouquets, 51.00 and up Bouquets Assorted Mums, 53.00 and up Blossoming Cyclamen, 52.00 to $5.00 Poinsettia, $1.50 and up Meloir Begonia, 53.00 African Violets, 51.00 Chrysanthemums, $1.50 and up Novelty Plantings Wreaths for Home and Cemetery Holly Wreaths. $1.50 Evergreen Wreaths, sizes $1.50 to $5.00 Fresh Cut Hoses and Carnations Waukon Greenhouse and Nursery Waukon, Iowa NO GUN NEEDED. Earl Vosseler of near Waverly brought home the bird the other day —and didn't use a gun either. A pheasant was scared out of its hiding place by the tractor and corn picker operated by Vosseler. The bird flew straight into his lap and Vosseler wasn't too surprised to lose such an opportunity of having pheasant for his supper. Earl caught the pheasant and the Vosseler family had a good dinner. JESSE JAMES GUN. Leroy A. Moser, Sr., editor of the Courier in Reinbeck, is the owner of a ".44" that Jesse James once bran^ dished in his famous and ill-fated Northfleld (Minn.) bank robbery. The gun was taken by peace officers at that time and later became the proper ty of John Wilson, cashier of the Rein beck Savings Bank. Editor Moser obtained it in the thirties when the bank property was sold. Having rented my farm, I will sell at Public Auction on the premises, 5 miles south of Luana, 7 miles northwest of Farmersburg, 4 miles northeast of Gunder, on the graveled Luana-Farmersburg road, on Commencing promptly at 12:30 o'clock P. M. 2 Head of Good Horses Black Mare, 12 years old, wt. 1600 lbs.; Black Gelding, Smooth Mouth, wt. 1700 lbs. 300 AUSTRA WHITE PULLETS BALED HAY AND BOONE OATS 1000 Bales of Mixed Clover and Timothy Hay; About 1200 bu. Boone Oats, good for seed. FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT 1936 FORDSON TRACTOR, late model, with High Tension Magneto; Advance-Rumley Threshing.Machine, Steel, 22x32, like new; 28-ft. Portable Grain Elevator on Rubber, 8-ft. McCormick Grain Binder; McCormick Corn Binder; Deere Hay Loader; John Deere Side Rake; 5-foot McCormick-Deering Self-Oiling Mower; Oliver Tractor Plow; John Deere Gang Plow; 2-Row Embertson Cultivator; Dutch Uncle 1-Row Cultivator; Moline Corn Planter, with 80 rods wire; 7-foot Buckeye Seeder; 7-foot Double Disk: 4-Ser.Hnw !"».•»« ...:*u r* i-i rx »« - - 4-Section Drag, Wood & John- Hog Troughs; Forks; Shovels; *B~u^ Lamp; 50-ft. and 20-ft. Double Belt; Double12-ft^adH^? n a & 8J , C o °i eman P aa Manlel Household Goods, and many other'artSes t™^ L "»der; Some TERMS—The usual sale terms apply. If credit is desired see clerk before day pf sale. HENRY UHDT. PROP. COL. EATON WATERS, Auctioneer LUANA SAVINGS BANK, Clerk

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