Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 30, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD. POSTVILLIi. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY M, ^ LUANA BT. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCn Paul W. Adix, Pastor. Sunday. Feb. 3—9:30. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. Thursday afternoon. Jan. 31, at 1:30. Ladies' Aid. Friday. 8:00 p. m.. Council meeting. Page Wirkler bought a home in Postville the past week and with his family will move there this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vfm. Nolan and son moved the past week into the rooms vacated by Adrian Riveland and his family. Rcid Schultz. youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz. returned home from the South Pacific Monday night with an honorable discharge. Peter Fukasawa. who is employed at Rockford. 111., visited his wife. Mrs. Fukasawa. the home economics instructor in our school. Saturday and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Hnrley Gossman. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stalcy. with Virginia Russell of Monona, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Gus lhde home at Gamavillo. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Neverman and son. Kenneth, Miss Norma Hinman, Fritz Neverman and son, Bobby, and Kenneth Palmer, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Louise Kruse in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Neverman of Monona. I LUANA HI-SPY 1 «>_ —„ .—— j Basketball. The Ramblers met and defeated Marquette January 18 on Luana's floor. The final score was 42 to 35, with Bente rolling up 13 points for high scoring man of the game and Martens having 8, both for Luana. The Junior High team also won another victory when they trampled the Marquette junior high with a score of 27 to 18. The junior high lost the second game of this year to Farmersburg when they met them on the Monona gym at the junior high tournament. The score was 19 to 14 tor Farmersburg, due to the fact that Gisleson shot in the wrong basket giving them two more points. Gisleson was high scoring man for Luana. High School News. The high school activities program this year is to be given by members of the girls' glee club, and students interested in dramatics on Thursday evening, February 21, at the Luana opera house. The program centers around the one-act play, "Bobby Sox," by Donald Payton. The life of "Bobby Sox," a fourteen-year-old, is largely taken up •with disdain for boys her own age and idolizing older men—like her sister's boy friend! She complicates things in a remarkable way, and there's a lot of fun for awhile. The characters in the play, seven in all, have been selected from the four high school classes. A portion of the evening will be taken up by the school's 25-piece band, with a program of novelties, marches, and serious numbers. The girls' glee clu,b will present PROVEN on More Than 300,000 FARMS SOLVES YOUR FENCING PROBLEMS Fully weatherproofed port< able outdoor model In heavy steel galvanized container housing unit and battery. both a capelln and accompanied 3-pnrt selections as its part in the program. The band and glee club are under the direction of Preston Carr. The play will be directed by Supt. O. H. Snively. The junior class is sponsoring and planning the activities program this year. The Luana school band will present part of the program of the "March of Dimes" dinner and social at the Luana opera house tonight. A twenty-minute program of marches and novcttics will be included. Beverly Schradcr and Joanne Doerring will play two clarinet ducts and Marilyn Gordon will play two short solos at the Lutheran Ladies' Aid meeting in Luana tomorrow. Joanne and Beverly will play a portion of the "Moonlight Sonata" by Beethoven and "Onward. Christian Soldiers." Marilyn will play "Believe Me. If All Those Endearing Young Charms" and "Sweet and Low." The first year typing class has begun keeping a graph record of semi-weekly ten-minuto drills. "Class averages have been in the low thirties with a few individuals typing over 40 words per minute. International typewriting rules govern in the checking of papers for scores. First and Second Grades, Elaine Townsend. LaVonne Lonth, Harold Landt and Marlene Scheffert received a hundred in spelling this week. This week Merel Gordon celebrated his birthday by bringing a treat to all of his classmates. The second grade now have a new reading work-book. Third and Fourth Grades. Pupils in the third grade who had one hundred in spelling this week were Mary Louise Behrens. Rose Brown, Danny Bruns. Edwin Bugenhagen, Edythe Doerring, Lillian Doerring, Joan Mork, Ruth Panncke and Janice Zweibohmer. Fourth grade pupils who had perfect spelling tests were James Brown, Robert Doerring. Sharlene Easton, Eugene Kamin. Roy Nelson, Gerald Pape, Beverly Scheffert, Jerome Schultz and Linda Watts. The art classes colored pictures of a teddy bear carrying a large heart and cut them out. The fourth grade reading class will begin a new unit, "Famous People of Other Times." The third grade arithmetic class is beginning division. This week they are having problems with two as the divisor. The fourth grade arithmetic class is having multiplication by three numbers. Fifth and Sixth Grades. The following people had perfect spelling lessons last week: Dolores Moeller. Joyce Nelson, Audrey Buddenberg. James Doerring.- Patricia Miene, Henry Mueller, Wayne Sander, Betty Schutte. Pupils in fifth grade English have started work on two plays which they plan to present: The titles are, "The Valentine Nobody Wanted" and "The Thirteen Original Colonies." The cast of characters for "The Valentine Nobody Wanted" is as follows: Fancy Valentine, Jane Panncke; Comic Valentine, Keith Land; Clever Valentine, Joyce Nelson; Homemade Valentine, Dorothy Wagner; Teddy, Robert Eberling; Mother, Delores Moeller; The Gnome in the clock. Lane Doerring. The cast of characters for "The Thirteen Original Colonies" is as follows: Reader, John Easton; Virginia, Joyce Nelson; Massachusetts, Keith Land; New Hampshire, Lane Doerring; New York, Joanne Doerring; Connecticut, Duane Gordon; Maryland, Ginger Drahn; Rhode Island, DeVonne Jones; Delaware, Donald Baade; Pennsylvania, Delores Moeller; North and South Dakota, Mary Martins and Doris Lawson; New Jersey, Robert Eberling; Georgia, Ronald Johnsgard. DE LUXI FIELD MODEL PARMAK ADVANTAGES •f SAME HIGH QUALITY AND " PRECISION CONSTRUCTION 2 DRY WEATHER 1NTENSI- FIER with dual output 3 FLUX D1VERTER provide* greater efficiency. 4 BATTERY M1ZER hoards cue rent, g NEON FENCE TESTER A 5-YEAR 8ERVICE GUARANTEE. • SOLD at L. W. THOMA Telephone No. 270 Postville, Iowa PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Annie Kerr, 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 February 18, 1946, has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (SEAL) seal of said Court this 22nd day of January, 194B. O. H. Fossum, Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M. Lemme, Deputy. Burling & Pales, Attorneys for Estate. STATE UNIVERSITY OF IOWA SEEKING WAR RECORDS Personal war records of University of Iowa alumni and former students now are being sought for the official archives of the institution through the war records office. There is need for now addresses and'for facts about distinguished service and honors won. Relatives .and friends are asked to provide the necessary information. The university's service file totals 9,703 names and 212 casualties are listed. Herald Want Ads bring results! CAST ALIA J Haefner Sells Store. Harlan MncMillen of Mason City purchased the W. H. Haefner store on Wednesday and will take possession February 1. Mr. MncMillen is a recent discharged Navy veteran and has a wife and two children, who will join him here as soon as living quarters are available. New Pastor Coming. A party was given the Rev. Paul Adix of Luana Sunday evening at the church parlors. Rev. Adix has been the supply pastor here for the past five months. The Rev. L. R. Meinecke of Spragueville, Iowa, has accepted the call to Zion Lutheran church and expects to arrive here on Wednesday, February 6. Mr. and Mrs Ross Winn of Jackson Junction spent Sunday at the George Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and daughters of Cedar Falls spent the week end with home folks. Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie were visitors at the Edward Kozelka home in Postville Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Lena Perry went to Waukon this week to care for Mrs. Rcka Meyer at the home of the latter's son, Edmund Meyer. Mrs. Leonard Anderson of Cedar Rapids came Wedncsdny for n few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \V. H. Haefner. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid will meet in the church parlors on Thursday, February 7. Hostesses are Mrs. Henry Kocnig and Mrs. Damond Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snitker and Mary Lynn of Waukon spent the week end with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp and family. Leon Szabo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo, who has been a patient at the University Hospital, at Iowa City for the past three weeks, returned home Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Hegland and Mr. and Mrs. Harris Hegland and daughters of West Union, and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and family spent Sunday afternoon in the Melvin Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and son, Leonard, entertained the following guests at a 6:00 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Erickson and daughter of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey of Decorah: Mr. and Mrs. Ross Winn and John of Jackson Junction; Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Gwen, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright, Pamela and Marian Meyer. 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 Henry W. Freidag, Deceased To John Freidag, Fred S. Bauder. Alfred Schultz, Mrs. Elizabeth Overbeck, Otto C. Schultz and John H. Schultz, Heirs at Law of Henry W. Freidag, and to all other interested persons: You and each of you are hereby notified that there is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, at Waukon, Iown, the final report and petition for discharge of Mrs. Elizabeth Overbeck and W. A. Kneeland, as Administrators of the estate of Henry W. Freidag, Deceased, making report of their acts and conduct in the settlement of said estate, and accounting for all the property thereof, and asking that said report be approved and that they be released from further duties as Administrators of said estate and that their bonds be released on making distribution of the net assets and property of said estate to the heirs entitled thereto as set out in said Final Report. You are further notified that a Judge of said Court has made an order fixing the time for hearing on said matter at 10 o'clock A. M., on the 11th day of February, 1946, at the Court House in Waukon, Allamakee County, Iowa, and unless you appear thereto at said time and place and make objection; said final report will be approved and said Administrators will be discharged as prayed. BURLING &r PALAS, Attorneys for Administrators. P. O. Address: Postville, Iowa. Today's Best Buy—Herald Want Ad. Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat., Feb. 2 GUS FUHRMANN and his ORCHESTRA A good time for everybody! "We cater (o wedding and shower dances; also private parties. Call or write EARL WOOD, Prop. FRANKVILLE Bernard Slog Is leaving this week for Dos Moines where he will enlist as an army volunteer. Harold Jagerson and Theodore Miller of Frceport were Sunday visitors at the Lloyd Wolfe home Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pflstcr. Gerald and Kay, were dinner guests Sunday at the Wayne Brandt home. Mr. and Mrs. Olaf Kussett of Moneek are the parents of another son. born at Postville hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hoffman and Mrs. Leonard Snitker and daughter spent this week in Canistotn. So. Dak. Miss Betty Kamin spent last week end with home folks. Betty is attending Pilze's beauty school in Waterloo. Rev. and Mrs. Frcrking of the Bethany Home in Dubuque were here for church services Sunday, Mr. Frerking having charge of the services. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green returned home Wednesday after a week's visit with their daughter and family, Mr. and Mrs. McClain of Waterloo. John Van Wey, who has been overseas the past year, telephoned his Wife this week after landing in New Jersey, that he would soon be home. James Knccskern came home Saturday night and left again Sunday for Fort Snelling, Minnesota, where he has been assigned as a recruiting officer. Ernest Wilson of Denver. Colorado, was a visitor at the home of Sam McKay Saturday night and Sunday. He is also visiting relatives in Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Van Wey and Mrs. John Van Wey went to Cedar Rapids Monday night to meet John Van Wey who is returning from overseas. Harry Halverson and Sidney Halvcr- son of near Decorah and Miss Betty Schultz of Harmony, Minn., were visitors Sunday afternoon at the Wayne Brandt home There will be a "home furnishing" shower for Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford Friday evening. Feb. 1, in the Community room of the church here. Everyone is cordially invited. Mrs. Elmer ChristotTerson will be hostess for the Willing Workers meeting at the church on Thursday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Holver Myren will lead devotions and Mrs. Hans Stegen has charge of the entertainment program. Everyone is welcome. PLAN UNIVERSITY CENTENNIAL WITH SEVEN PROGRAM NUMBERS SMALL WORLD. Max Sander, Elk Horn. Iowa army man. walked into an army barbershop in Yokohama for a haircut, was "trimmed" by army barber Warren Jacobsen. also of Elk Horn. On comparing notes, the two friends found they were billeted in adjacent buildings. SNOW SUITS. Dressed in white coveralls, Wilmer Burk and son, Gerald, of near Belmond used their camouflage to good advantage in the snow recently, bagged four foxes in a single hunt. The first 100 years of the University of Iowa will be observed in 1047 with a Centennial program of seven or more varied events. First of the series will occur Feb. 25, 1947, just 100 years after the First Iowa General Assembly approved the act establishing the state university. A 15-member Centennial committee, under the chairmanship of Prof. y. O. Higbee, has been working since last September on the plan. On the program now are a Centennial dinner, broadcast, and play; a scries of lectures by sonic of the world's best thinkers, the comma* mcnt featuring recognition of rW nent nlumnl, honors eonvocatioa recognize students, and u series oil* ulty lectures. Other events wliit added. " FRESH PISH. A state conservation crew i 3 Km ing the carp, buffalo and shecpsh^ from Storm Lnke. The drive coir,!* a fortunate time for the folks ol »' area, when the meat packing t t^. has cut down the supply ut fresh available. PUBLIC SALE As Dan Sutter Is quitting fanning, on account of hi* health, the undersigned will have a complete closing- out sale on the Grace Slmek farm located 6 miles west of Elgin, and 3 miles east of West Union, on the Elgin-West Union road, on TUESDAY, FEBRUARY 5 Sale to commence promptly at 12:30 o'clock 60 HEAD OF LIVESTOCK 38 HEAD OF EXCELLENT CATTLE 14 Milk Cows, 8 milking now, balance fresh In spring; I Shorthorn Bull, 2'j years old; 2 Heifers, 2'i years old; 5 Heifers, 2 years old- 4 Yearling Heifers; 5 Yearling Steers; 7 Fall and Winter Calves. MOSTLY SHORTHORNS — A FEW HOLSTEINS 4 HEAD OF HORSES ~~ Hay Gelding, 7 years old. wt. 1450 lbs.; Bay Mare, 8 years old, wt. UM lbs.; Bay Mare 6 years old, wt. 1700 lbs; Bay Saddle Horse, 5 years old, weight 900 pounds. 12 HEAD OF HOGS 5 Brood Sows, to farrow the last of March; 6 Feeding Pigs Poland China Stock Hog 6 EWES TO LAMB SOON t50 HEAVY MIXED CHICKENS FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT Mct'ormlck-Ueerlng 10-20 Tractor; 10-ft. Tractor Disc; John Deere 14-ln. Tractor Plow; John Deere No. 999 Corn Planter with 80 rods of new wire; Deerlng 8-ft. Grain Binder; Deerlng Com Binder; 8-ft. Monitor Grain Drill; 6-ft. Monitor Hoc Seeder; John Deere Hammock Seat Cultivator; Peterson Corn Cultivator; Mollne Corn Cultivator: John Deere Hiding Cultivator; John Deere Manure Spreader; Deerlng 5 -ft. Mower; Keystone Hay Loader; Keystone Side Delivery; 3 -Sec. Steel Drag; Dump llake; 2-Ser. Steel Drag; Drag Cart; 2 Steel Wheel Wagons: High Wheel Wagon; Triple Wagon Box; Wood Rack Triple Box: 2 Uav Racks; Bobsled; 2 Shoveling Boards; Buggy; John Deere 16-in. Stubble Plow: 1.1-ln. Gang Plow: 12-ln. Stubble Plow; 7-ft. Horse Disk; I'oUto I'low; Fanning Mill; DeLaval No. 17 Cream Separator with motor; 2-l'nlt Hinman Milking Machine with 90 feet of pipe. 1 years old; 3 Sets of Work Harness; Collars, size 18-23 In.; Heavy Horse Blankets; 2 Fly Nets; Corn Shelter; Feed Cooker; Corn Cultivator for F-20 Tractor; Tank Heater; Post Drill; Grain Bags; Milk Cans; Water Tank; Stone Boat; Log Chain, and many other articles. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Iron Bed, Spring and Mattress; Dining Koom Table; Kitchen Work Table; Rocking Chair and many other article*. SUTTER 6- SIMEK ORVIN THOMPSON, Auct. FARMERS SAV. BANK, Clermont, Clerk «pe the riupptaftJ ° PPression «» -/a sack's: and ci °« a "*o • •. *. o«. What YOU Can Do! 1. Oel togorhor all th« clothing you can ipar«. 2. Tolto It le your local collodion depot immtdlatoly. 3. Volunteer torn* (par* tlnra your local «ommitt«o. , The more you do the better you'll ftd VICTORY CLOTHING COLLECTION for Overseas Relief Jfa/tf 7&3f HENRY J. KAISER National Chairman

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