Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 13, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 13, 1946
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PACK SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, mitCAKT IS, ountru denes LUANA ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul W. Adlx. Pastor. Sunday. Feb. 17—9:30. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. CASTALIA Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielsen. Janice, Gary and Dean were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Bug.enhap.en. Jr. Peter Fukasawa of Rock Island. Ill- spent the week end here with his wife, Mrs. Fukasawa. who is the home economics instructor in our school. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Ovcrbeck and son. Keith, and grandson. Keith Wist- rick of Elkader were Tuesday supper guests in the Arthur H. Berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Will C. Landt of Medford. Minn., came Monday for a few days visit in the Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Minnie Collins homes, and with relatives at Monona and Postville. Mr. and Mrs. William Snively and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Snively and family of West Union were Sunday visitors in the home of their son and brother. Supt. Owen Snively. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Robert. Mrs. Minnie Collins. Henry Krambeer and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and children were Sunday- dinner guests in the Elmer Krambeer home on Route one. ] Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Overbeck and Mrs. Arthur H. Berg left Wednesday for Manly where they assisted their uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Bonker. in celebrating their golden wedding Wednesday. February 6. They returned Thursday afternoon. [ LUANA HI-SPY I s J Activities Program. At the activities program on Thursday, February 21. the girls' glee club will sing groups of both accompanied and unaccompanied three-part songs. These include the following: "Peace." Silesian folksong: "Pull In Your Nets," Moore; "Jesu." Snowy Lamb Polish carol; "Round. Ho. Every Sleeper Waken." English: "Joyful. Joyful. We Adore Thee." Gebhardt; "Now Thank We All Our God." German chorale: "No Wind Stirs," Russian folksong: "Sleepers. Wake." Bach: "I Hear The Bees A Humming." Zamecnik. The one-act play, "Bobby Sox," will be given and there will be a program by the school band. The numbers the band will play will be published next week. First and Second Grades. The following second grade people had one hundred in spelling this week: Harold Landt, Elaine Townsend, Sharon Lenth. Mary Panncke, Norma Jean Hangartner. Janice Jean Pearson, Jack Backhaus. Richard Lenth, Marlene Scheffert, Lavon Lenth, Marlene Mueller, Delores Johnsgard, Roger Mork and Lucille Martins. This week Doris Zweibohmer celebrated her birthday, and she brought treats for her classmates. Third and Fourth News. These third grade pupils had perfect spelling papers for this week: Mary Louise Behrens, Rose Brown, Danny Bruns, Lillian Doerring, Shirley Doerring, Carroll Kamin, Joan Mork, Ruth Panncke, Harley Radloff, Ronald White, Janice Zweibohmer. Fourth grade pupils who had A for this week are: James Brown. Robert Doerring. Nola Enyart. Eugene Kamin, Dixie Land, Dorothy Lenth, Junior Marting, Harold Miene, Gerald Pape, Beverly Scheffert, LaVern Schrader, Jerome Schultz and Linda Watts. The fourth grade English class has been reading their. original stories to our room. They have been very interesting. We have a Valentine box for our room. It is covered with red crepe paper and trimmed with red and white hearts. Fifth and Sixth Grade News. The following people had perfect spelling lessons last week: Robert Eberling, Joyce Nelson and Dorothy Wagner. Four of the sixth graders made a valentine box for our room this week. It consisted of a large heart-shaped box with attractive decorations. The fifth grade geography is starting a study of the possessions of the United States. They are now studying about Alaska. In art this week we made snowmen pictures which were made more realistic by the use of cotton. The sixth grade class has nearly a unit on rocks. Have Valentine Party. Thursday afternoon the seventh and eighth grades had a party in the music room in the afternoon. This last week they drew names and brought valentines for other classmates. During the party various games were played, the valentines were passed out, and a lunch was served. Mrs. Reiners was the sponsor. Wednesday night, Feb. 13, the junior class is giving a valentine party for the high school. The party will start at eight o'clock. Various games will be played by the group and the rest of the evening will be enjoyed by dancing. The high school drew names Thursday and valentines were passed out just before a lunch was served, The faculty were ail invited, but no other guests. Observe Golden Wedding:. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mann observed their golden wedding anniversary at their home Sunday, Feb. 3. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gordon and family of Monona; Mr, and Mrs. Ralph Bachtcll and son of Postville: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wiltgen, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert O'Shaughnessy and Mrs. Christine Gerlemnn all of Ossian. A beautifully decorated three tiered cake was baked and presented to Mr. and Mrs. Mann by their daughter, Marie Gordon of Monona. Mr. Mann and Annie Wiltgen were married February 4, 1896, in St. Francis de Sales Catholic church at Ossian by Father McCarthy. Their entire married life has been spent in and around Castalia. For a number of years Mr. Mann operated a farm near here and later moved to Castalia. where he operated a blacksmith shop for a number of years and also had a grocery store and butcher shop a few years. They are the parents of seven children, al! of whom are living. They are Mrs. Louise Ryberg of Detroit. Mich.; Barbara Mann of Berkeley, Calif.; Mrs. John Ekstrum (Laura), Mrs. Daryl Wilson (Helen) and Fred Mann of Peoria. 111.; Mrs. Keith Gor don (Marie) of Monona and Mrs. Ralph Bachtell (Catherine) of Postville. Sam Hoesly of Monroe, Wis., has I been a guest in the Harry Harvey home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer and Mrs. Fred Schultx attended the funeral of , Harold Mueller at Elkader Sunday. | The fire department was called to the Rev. Haddock parsonage Saturday night to extinguish a small roof Arc. I Mrs. Milo Harvey and son, Jerry, and Margaret Matter of Decorah spent Sunday in the HarrV Harvey home. , Gwen Schultz went to Cedar Rapids | on Saturday to visit her sister, Norma, who is a nurse at St. Luke's Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey took Sam Hoesly of Monroe, Wis., to Calmar Thursday to visit in the Norman Vick home. Mrs. Clifford Stee and daughters, Ardyth and Karen spent Saturday at the Clifford Roulson home in West Union. Robert Brandt, who works at Rath's in Waterloo spent the week end with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt. Wayne Timmerman, Wesley Schultz and Lloyd Monroe returned home Saturday after a few weeks visit on the west coast. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus and daughter Roma, were Saturday dinner guests at the Fred Pape home in West Union. Birthday Club Meets. Mrs. Roy Campbell was hostess to the Birthday club on Friday afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. Allen Green, Mrs. Roy Schultz. Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mrs. Oran Brandt and Jean, Mrs. Delia Winn. Mrs. Hattie Stanley. Mrs. Frank Harvey. Mrs. Will Beckman. Mrs. Will Timmerman. Mrs. Ward Bachelder, Mrs. Eliza McGee. Mrs. Chester Perry Misses Mae Finnegan and Lulu Campbell. Out of town guests were Mrs. Freeman Alberts and Mrs. Jonas Mcintosh of Decorah: Mrs. Walter Campbell. Mrs. H. L. Meyer. Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Mrs. Clem Frimml and daughter, all of Postville. and Mrs. Ed Olson of Clermont. Entertains Guests. Mable Schweinefus entertained the following guests at her home on Wed nesday afternoon. Mrs. Marie Anderson, Mrs. Earl Anderson and sons, Billy and Jerry, Mrs. Fred Everman Mrs. LaVern Schweinefus, Mrs. Mil lard Sampson, Mrs. Lena Perry, Mrs. John Kluss. Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mrs, Harold Klatt and Nancy, and the Miss es Agnes Kneeland and Viola Kamp, The afternoon was spent in playing cards. First prize went to Mrs. Marie Anderson, low went to Mrs. Fred Ever man. Afterward refreshments were served. Reception for Pastor. The welcome dinner held at the church parlors on Sunday afternoon in honor of Rev. Lawrence Meinecke was well attended by the congregation. Out of town guests were: Rev. R. Schlueter of Monona, Rev. Paul Adix of Luana Mrs. John Meinecke, Mr. and Mrs. A J. Reckner, Mrs. George Bartz and son, Dennis Lee, Miss Clara Meinecke and Waldemar Heusmann of Charles' City. Zion Lutheran Church. Rev. Lawrence R. Meinecke, Pastor Sunday, Feb. 17—10:00 o'clock, Sun day School. 11:00 o'clock. Church serv ices, at which time Pastor Meinecke will preach his inaugural sermon. Feb. 14—On Thursday evening the Ladies' Aid members and their families are having a valentine party in the church parlors with a potluck lunch Elmer Meyer of Waterloo spent the week end with home folks. Harlan MacMillan spent the week end with his family at Mason City A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Monroe at the Postville hospital Sunday. Elmer Kemp of Spragueville drove the Rev. Lawrence R. Meinecke here on Thursday, and returned to his home by bus on Friday afternoon. | Dance 5 OPERA HOUSE • LUANA, IOWA i Sat, Feb. 16 TINY • - and his - • j BOYS OF SWING Given by Luana Dance Club Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and Marlys of Cedar Rapids spent the week end with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Schweinefus of Elgin and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Decorah were guests in the Melvln Stee home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and son. Leonard, Mrs. Anna Brouillct and Sam Hoesly were guests in (he Roy Gremm home at Frankville on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klutt and Nancy and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Larson were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Staadmiller at Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer, Mrs. Leslie Anderson and Mrs. Earl Anderson went to La Crosse Friday to visit Mable BHimhagcn nt the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson and family and Mrs. Ed Olson of Clermont were dinner fiucsts Sunday at the Oran Brandt home. Mrs. Ed Olson remained for o week's visit. Major and Mrs. Robert Bachtcll of Westover Field, Mass.. Mrs. Ray Harris and Romona of Louisville, Ky.. Mrs. Bertha Meyer of Monona and air. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg were supper guests at the Lorence Meyer home Thursday night. Week end guests of Rev. Lawrence R. Meinecke were his mother, Mrs. John Meinecke of Charles City; Mr. and Mrs, A. J. Reckner, Mrs. George Bartz and son, Dennis Lee, Miss Clara Meinecke and Wnldemitr F. Heusmntm. all of Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Gwen. Mr. and Mrs, Blake Albright and Pnmt'lfi, together with Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg unci family of Po.«l- .ville and Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey of Decorah. went to Jackson Junction Friday night to celebrate the birthday of Ross Winn. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Schweinefus entertained the Country Card Club nt their home on Friday night. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Anderson and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson. Mrs. Marie Anderson and Mable Schweinefus. BROADCASTS TWICE. FRANKVILLE J Eddie Schumacher of Whittemorc appeared on two radio broadcasts from the west coast recently. Eddie, seaman tlrst class in the Navy, appeared on a Kay Kyser and "Breakfast at Hollywood" programs. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Schumacher, were disappointed in that they did not hear him at either time. Keep culling out the loafer hens, for bigger poultry profits. Cheese Factory Meeting. The patrons of'the Farmers Choest Factory in Frankville reelected the following officers for another year at the annual meeting on Monday ot this week: President, Halvor Myren; vi« president, F. J. Ambrose. Retiring a. rector Alwin Walby was elected f or another three year term. During 1945 the factory manufactured 313.824 Ibi of cheese. The average price paid waj 79 cents per pound of bulterfut j\ total of 3.188,109 pounds of milk waj purchased from the farmers. Entertain (or Veteran. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clements c R . teitalncd the following relatives and friends at a dinner Sunday in honor of her brother, George Waters, of Gut- lenberg. who has Just arrived horn* from the Pacific area: Mr. and Mn George A, Waters, Sr.,- and R. J.Waterj of Wuukon; Mrs. Emma Slple of Rict. ville: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Urbatsch ot Grafton; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Urbatsch if Goddell; Mrs. Walter Kneeskern,Mr. and Mrs. Herman Baalson and Mr. ami Mrs. Eaton Kneeskern. all of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby, Leland and (Continued on page seven) Having decided to quit farming, I will sell at Public Auction at my place, located 5 miles north of Postville, on good graveled road on t. FEB. 22 Sale to commence at 12:30 o'clock sharp: 7 HEAD OF CATTLE Consisting of 6 good Shorthorn Milch Cows, 2 are fresh and others to freshen in spring; and 1 Heifer, six months old. 1 2 GOOD WORK HORSES IOO White and Barred Rock Pullets A Complete Line of Farm Machinery and Farming Equipment McCormick Corn Binder; Van Brunt 6-ft. Seeder; Minnesota 5-ft. Grass Mower; Minnesota Side Rake; Edge Drop Corn Planter, with wire; Minnesota Hay Loader; 3-section Drag; New Idea Manure Spreader; Madison Corn Plow; Deere Corn Plow; Osbourne Disc; 14-inch Walking Plow; 13-inch Deere Gang Plow; 3-section Spring Tooth Drag; Bobsled; Wagon Box; High Wheel Wagon; Low Wheel Truck Wagon;; Hay Rack; 18- foot Ladder; 5-horse Evener; Steel 4-horse Evener; Hog Trough; Some steel Troughs; Set of good Work Harness and a number of Collars; Emery Stone; Vise; 2 Pitch Forks; Straw Fork; 2 Manure Forks; 2 Galvanized Chick Pens; Milk Strainerand some Milk Pails; 20-gal. Jar; Some Chairs; and other articles too numerous to mention. TERMS—Usual sale terms apply. Make arangements with clerk befo re sale for credit. John C. Kohrs, Prop. rnsi WATERS A..^;» n ^ m EATON WATERS, Auctioneer STATE BANK, Clerk

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