Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 16, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SDL THE P0STV1LLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. \VEDNE8DAV, lANuARy w , ^ guntnj m LUANA Announce Wedding. At high noon Wednesday in St. Paul's Evangelical Lutheran church nt Monona. Miss Mardclla Aulerich became the bride of Kenneth Suddcn- dorf. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Aulerich. and the bridegroom is the son of Mrs. Martha Suddendorf. The Rev. R. C. Schlueter performed the ceremony. Attending the couple were Miss Darlcnc DeSotel of Luana and Robert Suddendorf. Nuptial music was furnished by Dorleen Aulerich and Mrs. R. C. Schlueter. After the ceremony, a wielding dinner and reception for "0 guests was given in the church parlors. A three- tiered wedding cake, topped with miniature bride and bridegroom, centered the bride's table. The bride was graduated from the Luana high school and the bridegroom from the Monona high school. The couple will make their home on a farm near Luana. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CnUKCH Paul W. Adix. Pastor. Sunday. Jan. 20—9:30. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. 8:00 p. m.. Brotherhood Convention, Pres. H. W. Siefkes. speaker. Friday evening—800. choir. Hamann, recently bought of Lorcnz Doerring. Mr. and H ?rs. Cornell Riveland are occupying the upper rooms. The Luana-Monona Farmers Telephone Company held their annual meeting at Luana Saturday afternoon and the following officers were chosen: Vern Zieman, president; John Schmidt, vice president; Geo. Hcins, secretary- treasurer; Harvey Lnndt and Lloyd Pearson, directors. The annual meeting of the Luana Farmers Cooperative Creamery Company was held nt the Luana opera house Tuesday afternoon and the following officers were elected: Willis Lampker, president; Lloyd Pearson, vice president; C. A. Rivelnnd, treasurer; Arno Miller and Fred Schrader, directors. LUANA HI-SPY Mr. and Mrs. Forest Lewis of Terril spent the week end with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Frye and daughter of Elkader were Tuesday guests in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Frye. Harold Neverman, who served several months in the Army in Europe, recently received his discharge and arrived home Tuesday. Mrs. Joe Wirsching and son, Wayne, of Reno. Nevada, were Friday guests in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz. Page Wirkler, who was in the South Pacific the past year and a half, received an honorable discharge from the Marines and arrived home Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Page Wirkler and son, Allyn Page, were Sunday guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Wirkler, at Monona, and with other relatives assisted Mr. Wirkler in celebrating his birthday anniversary. On Thursday afternoon the Luana Farmers Cooperative Society held their annual meeting and officers chosen were: Emil Lembke, president; Wm. Doerring, vice president; Ed Doerring and Elmer Mohs, directors. The Red Cross Christmas seal sales in Luana amounted to $50.00. according to a report issued by Mrs. Lou Engelhardt, chairman. This is a gain of $10.00 over the seal sale of last year. The chairman wishes to thank all those who so willingly contributed. Donald Bollman, who, recently received his discharge from the Army, has taken his old job as secretary of the creamery. Howard Easton, who was secretary during the absence of Donald Bollman, is employed as a salesman for creamery supplies out of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs- Adrian Riveland and son, Chase, moved Monday • into the rooms on the second floor of the Joe Walter house. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Nolan and son will occupy the lower floor, vacated by the Riveland family in the house Mrs. Nolan's father, Geo. tnry reading. We have some new books for our library. They ore "Cobi, the Camel," "Hoppity Bunny, Hop," and the "Adventures In Science" Series, "Winter Comes and Goes," "The Seasons Pass," and "The How and Why Club." Fifth and Sixth Grades. Two pupils, Doris Lawson and James Doerring, had perfect attendance the first semester. At our last club meeting we elected the following six weeks officers: President, Jane Panncke; vice president. Dorothy Wagner: secretary, Gene Kruse; librarian, Audrey Buddenbcrg; vice librarian, Dorothy Wagner. Other officers elected were, boys' cloakroom monitor. John Easton; girls' cloakroom monitor, Mary Martins; hall monitors, Dolores Moeller and James Doerring. Both grades have started science this semester. Some members of the fifth grade brought a branch with buds for leaves, proving that trees have already started getting ready for spring. \ CASTALIA Houscwarmlng Party. First Semester Honor Rolls. •A" Honor Roll—Marilyn Wagner 4A; Donnafred Wagner 4A; Vernell Ball 3A, IB: Elaine Doerring 3A, IB. "B" Honor Roll—Joyce Dettmann 4B; Mary Smith 4B; Shirley Hinman 4B; Margery Thoma 1A, 3B; Lillian Walch 4B; June Brown 4B; Marlow Gisleson 1A, 3B; Rita Land 1A. 3B; Janice Radach 1A, 3B: Eileen Schrader 1A, 3B. Seventh and Eighth Honor Roll— Beverly Nelson 96, Darlene Wagner 96, Nyla DeSotel 96. Ardyth Wagner 95, Carlton Martens 95, Jacquelyn Doerring 95. Arlene Bugenhagen 94, Georgia Smith 93. Mary Jean Klinkenberg 93, Richard Russett 93, Ronald Schrader 92. Henrietta Pape 91, and Sharron Wentz 91. No absences or tardies for third six weeks—Margery Thoma, Marilyn Wagner, June Brown, Marilyn Gordon, Beverly Nelson, Darol Rose. Ardyth Wagner. Jerry Faber, Helen Eberling, Virginia Eberling, Lavonne Faber, Marlys Rose. Richard Russett, Lois White. Duaine Wolter. No absences or tarties for the first semester — Margery Thoma, Beverly Nelson, Darol Rose, Jerry Faber, Helen Eberling. Lavonne Faber, Marlys Rose. Duaine Wolter. First and Second Grades. Gary Radach, Harold Landt, Delores Johnsgard, Lucille Martins, Jack Back­ hauls. Janice Pearson and Lavon Lenth had perfect spelling papers Friday. Marlene Scheffert's birthday was on Wednesday and she brought treats for everyone. The first grade began their new reading book, "Our New Friends," this week. In science we studied about the feeding and care of winter birds, We have a new boy in our room. His name is Mervin Martie. Mervin is in the first grade. Third and Fourth Grades. These third grade pupils had perfect spelling lessons for this week: Rose Brown, Danny Bruns, Edwin Bugenhagen, Edythe Doerring, Shirley Doerring, Joan Mork, Ruth Panncke, Ronald White and Janice Zweibohmer. Pupils in the fourth grade having perfect spelling lessons are: James Brown, Robert Doerring, Sharlene Easton, Dixie Land, Gerald Pape, Beverly Scheffert, Jerome Schultz and Linda Watts. The fourth grade class is rending the books, "Singing Wheels" and "Today and Tomorrow," for supplemen- A_number of ladies surprised Mrs. Thomas Monroe at her homo Wccmes- day afternoon for a housewarming party. Those present were: Mrs. Fred Schultz, Mrs. Lena Meyer,' M-s. Lena Perry, Mrs. Martha Schrocder, Mrs. Cora Harvey, Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Will Timmermon, Mrs. Earl Bachclder. Mrs. Eldo Schutte, Mrs. Robert Kneeskern, Mrs. Earl Gilster, Mrs. Bernold Monroe, Mrs. Merle Stee and Mary. Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy, Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda, Mrs. Clifford Stee and Karerj, and Mrs. Everett Schultz and Gloria^ Progressive 500 was the afternoon's entertainment, -with high prize going to Mrs. Thomas Monroe and consolation to Mrs. Everett Schultz, after which a delicious luncheon was served. PROVEN on More Than 300,000 FARMS SOLVES YOUR FENCING PROBLEMS Fully weatherproofed portable outdoor model in heavy steel galvanized container housing unit and battery. Johnny Winn spent the week end with his grandmother, Mrs. Edna Winn. John Haefner of Marshalltown spent the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. John Flynn and Johnny of Calmar were Monday supper guests in the Edwin Engelhardt home. Earl Haefner of Dayton, Ohio, visited over Thursday night with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Leon Szabo underwent an operation at the University, Hospital at Iowa City Wednesday and is getting along nicely. Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy were visitors in the James Foran home at Postville last Sunday. Mrs. Louis Nelson returned to her home in Sioux Falls, So. Dak., Sunday after a week's visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mrs. Joe Wirsching and Wayne of Reno, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baltz of Postville were 6:30 dinner guests at the Carlaus Meyer home. Mrs. Blake Albright was hostess to the Missionary Society at her home on Wednesday afternoon. The meeting was led by Mrs. Alta Reeves, with the following present: Mrs. J. B. Haddock, Mrs. Elsie Kobriger, Mrs. Harry Harvey, Mrs. Arno Timmerman, Mrs. Alta Reeves and Miss Alma Uhley. FRANKVILLE Clifford Hughes spent Sunday with his wife in Oakdale. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hammel motored to Dubuque Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hnmmel went to Milwaukee Thursday Tor a few days visit. Mrs. Leon Letchford and baby are visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Grena, former residents of the Glenwood community, have moved onto the Walter Pilgrim farm. Lynn Crawford returned home on Monday from the Postville hospital where he submitted to an operation a week ago. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford were dinner gtiests New Years day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Staake near Gunder. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Rckward and John Rckward of Decorah were visitors at the George Allen home one evening last week. Leslie Allen. Mrs. Henry Schweinc- fus and Ruth Myren went to Oakdnle Saturday to visit Mrs. Clifford Hughes at the sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern were visitors at the Daniel Russett home in Calmar Tuesday afternoon. Roger Sampson, who accepted a position in Charles City recently, spent the week end with his family at the Lynn Crawford home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim moved into Frankville Wednesday and are now nicely settled in the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Rachel Birdsell. Mr. and Mrs. Nolf Fletcher of Schoolcraft. Mich., arrived Sunday for a visit nt the home of Mrs. Mabel Waters. They are enroute to California to visit relatives. The Willing Workers will hold their first meeting of the New Year in the church basement Thursday afternoon, January 17. Mrs. Otto Hughes will be serving and Miss Sarah Miller* has charge of devotions. The president. Mrs. Arthur Ruen, will arrange a short program in connection with some business matters which must be taken care of at this time. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting. MOTOR VEHICLE DEALERS FIRST IN BUSINESS GAIN First place in November in percentage of gain in retail sales over November, 1944, was taken by motor chicle dealers, with 52 r ; increase, according to the University of Iowa bureau of business research. The previous month car dealers ranked seventh. Among the leaders: furniture stores, 36'r; men's clothing and furnishings, 31; filling stations. 27; family clothing, 25; shoes, 25; lumber-building materials dealers, 22; hardware, 20; liquor, 1G; groceries without fresh meats, 16; women's ready-to-wear, 14. I JUNCTION NEWS ! > / Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahms were Wednesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charlie Schave. James Peyer of Decorah and Sgt. Joseph Peyer, recently returned from two years overseas, were Wednesday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thornton. DC LUXE FIELD MODEL PARMAK ADVANTAGES f SAME HIGH QUALITY AND PRECISION CONSTRUCTION 9 DRY WEATHER 1NTEN8I- F1ER with dual output. 3 FLUX D1VERTER provider greater efficiency. «f BATTERY MIZER hoards current J NEON FENCE TE8TER B 5-YEAR SERVICE GUARANTEE. SOLO BY L W. THOMA Telephone No. 210 Postville, Iowa PUBLIC SALE Having sold my farm and ijuit farming, I will offer the following property for sale at the farm 1 mile west of Monona, on THURSDAY, JANUARY 2U Sale commencing promptly at 12:00 o'clock Noon 22 HEAD OF BROWN SWISS CATTLE 12 MILK COWS, some fresh; 5 HEIFERS, coming 2 years old, bred 4 CALVES; PUREBRED BULL, 3 years old iT HEAD OF HORSES Bay Mare, g years old, weight 1800 pounds; Black Gelding, 6 years old, weight 1600 lbs.; Bay Mare, 4 years old, weight 1600 lbs. 26 HEADNOF PINE FALL PIGS Hay, Oats, Corn and Straw About 30 tons Clover and Timothy Hay; About 2,000 bu. Boone Oats; About 500 bu. Old Com; About 400 bu. New Corn; 400 Bales Straw. COMPLETE LINE OF MACHINERY: 14-in. 2-Bottom McCormlck-Deerlng Tractor Flow; 14-in. Walking Plow, 4-Beo. Moline Drag; 7-ft. Van Brunt Seeder, with grass seeder attachment; U-ft. Case Power-Controlled Disc; John Deere 909 Corn Planter, with 160 rods wire; 8-ft. McCormlck-Deerlng Spring Tooth Harrow; Moline Manure Spreader; 5-ft. MeCormick Mower; Minnesota Side Rake; G-ft. McCormlck-Deerlng Push Bar Hay Loader; 8-ft, Mo- Cormick-Deerlng Grain Binder; McCormiek-Dcering Auto - Steer Wagon; Rubber Tired Wagon;' Hay Rack; Hoc Rack; 2 Double Wagon Boxes; Bobsled; 800-lb. Scales; Clipper Fanning Mill; John Deere Hand Corn Shelter; Surge Electric Milking Machine, with 2 single units and stall cocks for 16 cows; Iowa All-Elcotric Cream Separator; Set of Disc Hiilers for Corn Cultivator; Grindstone, Hog Crate; Set Work Harness; Leather Fly Nets; Horse Collars; Surge Electric Hi-Line Fencer; Battery Fencer; Grain Bags; Shoveling Board; Three 10-gal. Cream Cans; Oil Burning Tank Heater; 10 x 10 ft. Brooder House; Brooder Stove; Chick Feeders ana Water Fountains; 45-Bu, Self Feeder; 2 h.p. Electric Motor, never been used; John Deere Farm Tire Pump with Pressure Gauge; a 55-gal. Barrels, and other articles, FREDDIE NEVERMANN — UNION STATE BANK, Clerk EATON WATERS. Auctioneer Cafeteria Feeding Efficient and Profitable Cafeteria feeding Is the efficient, easy, automatic way to mnximum egg profits. It eliminates mixing and feeding errors. It saves grinding mid mixing costs, nnd lots of work and valuable time. " Switch gradually to this easy automatic way to maximum eon production and profits, with BIG GAIN 26% POULTRY CONCFN TRATE. It Is Ideal for ••Cafeteria" feeding. x " » Keep your laying house Income coming in—ask for UIG GAIN 26% POULTRY CONCENTRATE CUAS. TATRO, Castalla VERN HUPFER. Gunder Store, Postville L. F. PUTNAM, Postville CLOSING-OUT FARM AUCTION The undersigned will hold a complete closing-out sale on the farm located mile southeast of the Elgin Depot. Road wilt be marked. FRIDAY, JANUARY 25 Sale Starts Promptly at 10:30 o'clock A. M. 108 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 45 HEAD OF FINE CATTLE . 19 Milk Cows, 7 fresh, 7 fresh last spring, 3 springing, 2 heifers will freshen in March; Shorthorn Bull; 16 Head Young Steers and Heifers; 5 Heifer Calves; 4 Calves. ^ TQFI^ORSES Bay Gelding, 7 years old, \vt. 1600 lbs.; Chestnut Mare, 8 years old, wt. 1400 lbs.; Black Team, 16 and 20 years old, wt. 2800 lbs.; Sorrel Gelding. 3 years old; Sorrel Gelding, 5 years old; I Saddle Hon*. 56 HEAD OF HOGS 17 UROOD SOWS to farrow In April BERKSHIRE STOCK HOG 31 FALL PIGS 7 FEEDER PIGS • 100 WHITE LEGHORN PULLETS — MASTER MATED 54 PLYMOUTH ROCK HENS 15 MIXED LEGHORN HENS Hay, Straw, Oats, Corn and Feed About 1200 bu. Boone Oats; About 600 bu. Corn; Some Dairy Feed and Mineral; 3 Stacks Straw, some In barn; About 50 tbns of Clover and Timothy Hay. FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT F-20 Farmall Tractor in good condition; Tractor Cultivator; Little Genius 2 14-in. Tractor Plow; McCortnlck-Deering 7-ft. Tandem Disk; McCormick-Decring Hay Loader; McCormlck-Deerlng Side Rake; 8-ft. Van Brunt Drill; Dump Rake; McCormick-Decring 12-ft. Broadcast Seeder; McCormlck-Deerlng Corn Planter; Corn Stalk Cutter; Mlnne- apolls-Mollnc Hammer Mill; McCormlck-Deering Manure Spreader; Case 2G-ln. Threshing Machine; 2 Low Wheel Wagons; 6.00x16 Rubber Tire Wagon; 2 Hay Racks; Eclipse Fanning Mill; Soy Bean Planter; McCormick-Decring 7-ft. Grain Binder; McCormlck-Deerlng Corn Binder; Oil Tank Heater; McCormlrk-Dcering Riding Corn Plow: 1M5 Model International Pickup; Peterson Corn Plow; 2 Wood Tank Heaters; Feed Cooker; BuBgy; Cutter; Pony Buggy; Bobsled: 3 Wagon Box- ex; 500-lb. Scales; 3 Hog Watercrs; 3 Self Feeders; Electric Fence Outfit; Vega Cream Separator; .MeCormick 2 Single Unit Milking Machine; 2 3-Sec. Drags; Spring Tooth Harrow; John Deere 16-in. Walking Plow; Horse Disk; Drag Cart; 2 MeCormick Mowers; Fertilizer Attachment for McCormick-Deering Corn Planter; 8x10 ft. Brooder House; OH Brooder Stove, Sol Hot 500-Chick Size; 3 Sets Harness and Collars; Set Fly Nets; Tools, and many other articles. THE ILLYRIA LADIES' AID SOCIETY WILL SERVE LUNCIlT" Ben (r Selma Schneider ORV1N THOMPSON, Auct. ELGIN STATE BANK, Clerk J ••ft deititution. brought despair and «pe, the Phi li ppi nte tLd\^FurEl S z ttP ° PPreSSi ° n in E * What YOU Can Do! 1. Get together all the clothing you can spare. 2. Take tt to your local collection depot Immediately. 3. Volunteer tern* spar* tlmo to your local commit!**. The more you do the better you'll feel VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief J/lft Jfo$f HENRY J. KAISER National Ctiairnum

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