Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 12, 1945 · Page 6
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 12, 1945
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PAGE SEC. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER ij, ]9tt _ omitru (frrfespondence LUANA Former Resident Passes. G. M. Lambert rrccived word the past week that Clarence Daubenberg- er. station agent at the M. & St. L. depot in Albia. died in the Ottumwa hospital at the age uf 55 years. He was buried at Hodrick where the family lived before moving to Albia Ave years ago. Mr. Daubenberger was the only child of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dauben­ berger. formerly of Luana. He is survived by his wife, two sons. Orvie and Harold, a daughter. Mrs. Lloyd Lund- vahl ot Albia. his mother. Mrs. Clara Gaskill of Cresco, and an aunt, Mrs. Lizzie Russell, of Chicago. 111. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul XV. Adix, Pastor. Sunday. December 16—9:30, Sunday- School. 10:30. Church Services. 7:30 p. m.. Luther Leaguers will go carolling. Monday evening. December 1"—8.00. Brotherhood meeting. Tuesday afternoon—1:30. Ladies' Aid. Friday evening—8:00. Choir practice. Mrs. Levi Schultz and Mrs. Minnie Collins went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday on a shopping tour. Alvin Doerring who was stationed at Clinton. Okla.. has his discharge and came home Sunday evening. Mrs. Roy Brown was at La Crosse, Wis., Tuesday and Wednesday for a check-up at the Lutheran clinic. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and daughter, Paula Hope, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Max Adix and family of Alden, Minn., spent Tuesday with relatives at Andrew. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nolan are the parents of a 7 lb. 6 oz. baby boy born to them at Postville hospital Friday evening, Dec. 7, at 8:45. They have named him William Charles Jr. This puts Mr. and Mrs. George Hamann on the grandparental list. Mrs. Page Wirklcr and Allyn Page, and Mrs. Belle Miller accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wirkler of Monona, were six o'clock dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Overbeck at Garnavillo Friday in honor of their daughter Jean Ann's seventh birthday anniversary. Peter Fukasawa, who recently returned from Europe, received an honorable discharge from the army, came Wednesday for a visit with his wife. Mrs. Fukasawa, the home economics instructor in our school. On Friday they left for Des Moines and other points west for a few weeks visit with relatives and will return here after the holidays. Mrs. Merriman of Monona is taking Mrs. Fukasawa 's place during her absence. f LUANA HI-SPY I v J There will be a Christmas party for the Luana High School pupils on December 20 in the music room, and will be given by the sophomore class. Christmas presents will be distributed later in the evening. Friday afternoon a program will be given for the entire school at the Luana opera house starting at 1:00. The grades will give plays and the glee club and band will furnish the music. Vacation will start the 22nd and school will re-open again on January 2. Thursday evening St. Pat's junior high team of Waukon was defeated by Luana 23 to 14. Luana's first team was defeated by St. Pat's 36 to 27. First and Second Grades. Perfect spelling papers were had this week by the following: Lucille Martins, Janice Pearson, Harold Landt, Richard Lenth, • Marlene Scheffert, Lavon Lenth, Merle Gordon, Mary Panncke, Elaine Townsend, Ronald Wentz, Marlene Mueller, Delores Johnsgard, Sharon Lenth. Third and Fourth Grades. The following third grade pupils had perfect spelling lessons for this week: Rose Brown, Ervin Bugenhagen, Lillian Doerring, Carroll Kamin, Joan Mork, Ruth Panncke, Harley Radloff and Janice Zweibohmer. Those in the fourth grade having perfect lessons are: James Brown, Robert Doerring, Nola Enyart, Eugene Kamin, Junior Marting. Gary Rose, Jerome Schultz, Beverly Scheffert, Lamoine Wentz and Linda Watts. We have been making Christmas pictures and decorations for our room. Fifth and Sixth Grades. The present officers of our club are as follows: President, Dorothy Wagner; vice president, Jane Panncke; secretary. Ginger Drahn; librarian, Beverly Schradcr: vice librarian, Joyce Nelson; hall monitors, Audrey Buddenberg and Ginger Drahn: boys' cloakroom monitor. Dunne Gordon; girls' cloakroom monitor, Patricia Micne; desk inspector, Harlan Walch: program committee, Beverly Schradcr and Jane Panncke. The art classes have been making Christmas designs. FRANKVILLE CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. Paul Adix. Supply Pastor. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Worship Services at 8:00 p. m. Christmas program practice after Sunday School. Thursday night. Dec. 13. choir practice at the John Kluss home. Ladies' Aid Party. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid held their Christmas party, Thursday afternoon in the church parlors with a large attendance. Election of officers resulted us follows: President, Mrs. John Kluss; vice president, Mrs. Herbert Schrocder: secretary, Mrs. Valder Meyer: executive committee. Mrs. Eddie Meyer. Rev. Paul Adix, showed colored slides of interest to all, since he takes his own pictures of family life, of friends, and of beautiful scenery and many other interesting pictures. A potluck lunch was served and exchange of Christmas gifts was enjoyed by all. The Ladies' Aid presented a gift of money to Rev. Adix and family. Bernard Slog is spending n few days nt the Emmett Schroedcr homo. Mr. and Mrs. M. J. Evert of Oet- wcjn enmc Friday for a brief visit nt the Francis Evert home. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager and Betty have returned to their home here after spending n year in Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Ruen and. Robert of Decorah were callers at the Arthur Ruen home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Gwendolyn of Postville were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Depping. Will Knceskern left Monday for a few days visit near Center Point at the home ot his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wischart. Leland Stegen is arriving in Cedar Rapids Saturday where he will join his wife and then visit his parents and other relatives in Frankville Sunday. Herman Kurk, a soldier enroute to his home in Eitzen, Minn., was a supper guest with James Knceskern t the Will Kneeskern home on Saturday evening. He came from the Pac- flc area and is home on a 30-day furlough. David Lee Hughes was the recipient of many lovely and useful gifts at the shower held for him in connection with the Willing Workers meeting on Farewell Party. Friends and relatives gathered at the Thomas Monroe home for a farewell party Saturday night. The evening's entertainment was playing 500, after which refreshments were served to the following: Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gregg Bodensteiner and family Mr. and Mrs. Clark Monroe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Knudt Solheim and Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Buddenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mr. and Mrs ; Ralph Schultz and Linda, Jim Monroe and Charles Schultz. Mrs. Edna Winn is on the sick list and is being cared for at the Mrs. Hattie Stanley home. Jerry Harvey of Decorah spent the past week with his grandparents, Mr and Mrs. Harry Harvey. Harold Klatt of Decorah spent Sunday with his family here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean left Tuesday morning for Yuma, Arizona, where they will spend the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Mrs Clifford Stee and Mrs. Merle Stee were West Union callers Saturday. Will Schave returned home Saturday from St. Joseph's hospital, New Hampton, and is getting along nicely Mr. and Mrs. Robert Corlett and daughter and Mrs. Hale Corlett of Farmersburg were dinner guests Fri day at the Earle Corlett home. Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Engelhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engelhardt and family of Monona were Sunday dinner guests at the Edwin Engelhardt home. Mrs. V. G. Bollman who has been a patient at the St. Joseph's hospital at New Hampton, returned home last Wednesday and was taken to Rochester on Friday for further treatment, DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM 1 McGregor, Iowa Sat, Dec. 15 GUS FUHRMAN AND HIS ORCHESTRA Admission—75c including tax Try our Delicious Genuine Hickory Barbeque Dinners Also Sandwiches We cater to wedding and shower dances, also homecoming dances and parties for service men and women. Open every night except Monday EARL WOOD, Prop. EXCITING! NEW! BAKING DISCOVERY BIG AHH VMsbuMf BOOK TELLS HOW... A GIFT TO YOU WITH... fllkbwiifcBest FLOUR 2.49 DOERRING'S STORE ' LUANA, IOWA 50 LB. $ BAG Thursday. Guests from away were Mrs, Elmer Vine of Decorah and Mrs. Rueben Monroe of Castalln. The members of the Willing Workers wish to extend a cordial invitation to all ladles in the community to at- tendlhc last meeting of the year which will be a Christmas party on Thursday afternoon. Dec. 20. Devotional leader is Mrs. Lynn Crawford and the program will be in charge of Mrs. Leo Birdsell. The officers and' the secretaries of the departments of the Willing Workers were guests of Mrs. Arthur Ruen Monday evening, at n Christmas party given in appreciation of their service during the past year and also to make plans for the coming year. Those enjoying this courtesy were Mrs, Lloyd Wolfe. Mrs. Dan Higgins, Mrs. Lynn Crawford, Mrs. Perlie Cook, Mrs. Keith Waters, Mrs. Emmett Schrocder and Mrs. Alwin Walby. Absent were Mrs. Ruth Stegen and Sarah Miller. A STUMPER. The girls in the Buchanan county rationing office recently received a telephone call that had all of them stumped. An irate lady phoned and wanted to speak with Chester Bowles to learn why her cream check hadn't arrived. The lady was advised that Mr. Bowles had never visited in their office, nor planned to. NOTICE OF FINAL REPORT AND PETITION FOR DISCHARGE In the District Court of Iowa, In And For Allamakee County In the Matter of the Estate • of Mary E. Welghner, Deceased To Walter W. Terrill. George O, Terrill, Mrs. Albert Warren, Mrs. Floyd Bennett, James I. Little. Postville Public Library, Christian Home Orphanage, Council Bluffs, Iowa, and all other interested persons. You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on flle in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, the Final Report and Petition for Discharge of Louis Schutte, Executor of said estate, alleging that the time for settlement of said estate has expired; that all property thereof has been converted into cash; that all claims and bequests have been paid, except bequest of the residue of said estate to Christian Home Orphanage. Council Bluffs, Iowa; asking that said Final Report be approved nnd that said Executor be released and discharged on payment of said residue and remainder of property to said Christian Home Orphanage, Council Bluffs, Iowa. That the Court has set December 24th, IMS, at 10 o'clock A. M. at the Court House In Waukon. Allamakee County, Iowa, its tho time and place for hearing Qti said Final Report, and unless you appear thereto and object on or before the time herein staled, said Final Report will be approved and said Executor released and dls- charged as prayed. BURLING 8c PALAS, Attorneys for Louis Schutte, Executor of Said Estate, P. O. Postville, Iowa SOFTENS.' SOOTHES! NOKIK TEAT and BAG SALVE JUST RUB IT IN la the treatment of chipped teats, cuti, bruises and other irritations, use NOKIK TEAT and BAG SALVE. It'i * medicated ointment that invigorates, atlmulates and lubricates while rou msssxe the udder. Such a preparation is widely used br dairymen. Douglass Pharmacy Postville, Iowa Having sold my farm, I will sell at Auction at my home on the east edge of Castalia, on FRIDAY. DECEMBER 14 Commencing promptly at 1:00 o'clock P. M. 4 Head of Milk Cows Including 2 Guernseys; 1 Brown Swiss; 1 Shorthorn; all due to freshen within six weeks 10 HEAD OF GOOD FEEDER PIGS ABOUT 9 TONS OF MIXED CLOVER AND TIMOTHY HAY Filling Station in Castalia - - - - Building and Lot ALSO AN AIR COMPRESSOR FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT About 100 Burr Oak Fence Posts; Hay Rake; 2-Section Harrow; One-Row Corn Cultivator; Three 10-Gal. Milk Cans; 2 Chicken Feeders; Hand Pressure Pump For House Water System; and many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD ARTICLES, ETC. Three Iron Beds with Springs; Three Dressers; Library Table; Davenport; Dining Room Table and Six Chairs; Glass Cupboard; Kitchen Cabinet; Cupboard; Two Combination Writing Desk and Book Cases; Eight Rocking Chairs; Oil Stove with Built-in Oven; Two Center Tables; Icy Ball Refrigerator; Sideboard; Three Kitchen Tables; Three Chairs with Leather Seats; Ten Straight Back Chairs; Two Grass Rugs, 6x12; Two Wool Rugs; Several Small Rugs; Fruit Jars, 1-quart and 2-quart sizes; Flower Stands; Wood and Coal Heater; and many other household articles too numerous to mention. 1 TERMS:—CASH. ~ JOHN S. BRANDT, PROP. EATON WATERS, Auctioneer CITIZENS STATE BANK, Clerk

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