Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 20, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 20, 1946
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PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, rWBRUARY 20, j^' sgtmtrti (foTfespondenca LUANA BT. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CIlURCn Paul W. Adlx. Pastor. Sunday. Feb. 17—9:30. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. Monday evening. Feb. 25—Brotherhood Youth Night. Thursday afternoon. Feb. 2&—1:30. Ladies' Aid meeting. Mrs. Wm. St.iley accompanied Miss Virginia Russell ot Monona to Dubuque Monday. Mr. and Mrs Lee Wilkins of Cherry Mound were Friday dinner guests in the Roy Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Staley of Calmar were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Gossman-Staley home. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schicrholz and children of Monona were Sunday evening guests in the Roy Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Snively and sons. Jimmy and Bruce, spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Snivcly's mother. Mrs James Smale. at West Union. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and daughter. Paula Hope, were Wednesday and Thursday guest* in the home of Mrs. Adix's parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. \V. Hin; at Dubuque. Mrs Ebersole of Tama, who came to attend the funeral of her brother. F. H. Lambert, at Caslalin. is visiting a few days in the home of her brother, G M Lambert, and family in Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Berg and Miss Caroline Overbcck. with Mr. and Mrs. Don Overbcck and daughters. Kay Frances and Jean Ann. were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Wis- trick-Ovorbeck home at Elkader. G. M. Lambert received word on Thursday that his brother. F. H. Lambert, of Minneapolis. Minn., had died. He had reached the age of 83 years. Funeral services were held Saturday afternoon at Castalia. with burial at Castalta. He leaves to mourn his passing three brothers, four sisters, three grandchildren and several nieces and nephews. ( LUANA HI-SPY I V J Band Program. The school band's contribution to the activities program to be held at the Luana Hall Thursday evening will consist of the following program, to be given in two parts. Part I. Choral: Rejoice O My Soul—Schumann. , Little Jumbo. March—Lee. Reminiscences of the Opera—Verdi. "Donna e Mobile." "Dearest Name." "Anvil Chorus." The Three Bears—Musical Reading- Long. Fighting Irish, March—Griggs. Part II. The Gayway. two-step—Lee. Two Famous Waltzes—Waldteufel. "Skaters." "Charming." Overture, "The Traveller"—Buchtel. Under the Big Top. Circus Novelty. "Fanfare." "Grand Entry." "Aerial Acts." "Pony Races." Star Spangled Banner. In addition to the band part of the program, there will be selections by the girls' glee club and a one-act play, "Bobby Sox." The purpose of the program is to give patrons and friends of the school an idea of the activity work carried on in the school. First and Second Grades. Marlene Scheffert, Elaine Townsend and Jack Backhaus had perfect six- weeks spelling papers. Jean Moeller treated her classmates Monday. It was Jean's eighth birthday. Everyone enjoyed the valentine party Thursday afternoon. We exchanged valentines and played games. Lucille Martins won the spelling contest in our room Friday. Third and Fourth News. The following pupils had A in the third grade six weeks spelling tests: Mary Louise Behrens. Rose Brown, Danny Bruns, Lillian Doerring, Shirley Doerring, Joan Mork and Ruth Panncke. Fourth grade pupils having A in their six weeks spelling tests are: James Brown, Nola Enyort, Eugene Kamin, Roy Nelson, Gerald Pape, Beverly Scheffert, Jerome Schultz and Linda Watts. Thursday our room had a valentine party. We had two boxes of valentines to hand out. Everyone received treats be/ore going home. The art classes colored and cut out hatchets and clusters of cherries for a Washington wall border. Filth and Sixth Grade News. The following people had perfect six weeks spelling tests this week: DeVonne Jones, Doris Lawson, Joyce Nelson. The fifth grade history class made posters this week illustrating the entertainment of the Dutch colonists in America. Thursday we presented four plays to the assembly. The four plays given were: "The Thirteen Original Colonies," "Girls Will be Girls," "The Valentine Nobody Wanted," "The King's Toothache." CASTALIA Fremont Lambert Passes. Fremont Harlan Lambert, eldest sort of Enos S. and Esther Holcomb Lambert was born near Castalia. December 21. 1862. and passed away February 13, 1946 in Minneapolis. Minn., being 83 years, 2 months and 23 days. Funeral services were held here Saturday afternoon. He was united in marriage to Nettie Steinhelber March 28, 1889. To this union was born one son. who preceded his father in death, leaving three small sons. His wife preceded him in death some years ago. He leaves to mourn his departure three grandsons, three brothers and four sisters: Dr. J. S. Lambert of Chicago. 111.. J. W. Lambert of Postville, G. M. Lambert of Lunnn. Mrs. E. O. Riggs of Ames. Mrs. A. J. Fox of Fresno. Calif.. Mrs. W. F. Ebersole of Tama, Mrs. A. G. Frnhnr of Bend, Oregon. One sister, Mrs. V. A. Carlton, preceded him in death. He lived the greater part of his life since he was married, in Minneapolis. A nephew whom he raised. Donald Steinhelber. took care of him in his declining years. Pallbearers were Del Downing. Roy Cambpell. Burdell Sphar, Frank Harvey. Ward Bachelder. Carlaus Meyer. Local Girl Graduate Nurse. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Given, Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright and Mrs. Floyd Harvey attended the graduation exercises for the U. S. Cadet Nurses' Corps ot St. Luke's hospital in Cedar Rapids Monday night. Miss Norma Schultz. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz. was a member of the graduating class which numbered 36. It was the largest class in the history of the hospital. Miss Schultz will leave soon for Hartford. Conn., where she will specialize in psychiatry for her senior cadet period. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Melnccke, Pastor. Sunday. Feb. 24—10:00 o'clock. Sunday School. 11:00 o'clock Church services will be conducted by a student of Wartburg Seminary, as Rev. Meinecke will leave Wednesday for Iowa City to seek medical aid at the University Hospital. Mrs. Ray York of Rochester, Minn spent Saturday at the Elmer Budden berg home. Mrs. Nettie Crawford of Oelwein came Thursday for a visit with her sis ter. Mrs. Edna Winn. Mr. and Mrs. Morton Stee and family and Robert Allen of Cedar Falls spent the week end with home folks. Kathleen Pixler of Postville spent several days this week visiting her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Schave. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kneeskem of Cresco visited this week with the Robert Kneeskem and C. B. Schopp families. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave went to Hanover, 111., on Saturday to visit their daughter-in-law, Mrs. Virgil Schave and Bonnie. Mrs. Clara Wright and daughter, Fern, of Mitchell, So. Dak., is visiting at the Melvin Stee home and other relatives here. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright took Pvt. Loren Koenig to Oelwein Saturday night and from there he went to Camp Crowder. Rev. L. R. Meinecke and Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer attended the Lutheran Welfare Society meeting held in Decorah Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dahms and Lynwood and Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Engelhardt of Monona were Sunday visitors at the Fred Dahms home. Leon Szabo, son of Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo, went to Iowa City Tuesday and Saturday submitted to an appendectomy at the University Hospital, Word was received here of the death of Mrs. Beatrice Floody on Sunday morning. Funeral services will be held on Wednesday morning in St. Francis church, Ossian. Obituary next week. Wayne Corletl, son of Mr. and Mrs. Earle Corlett, observed his first birthday on Wednesday. His grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. George Kishman and Mr. and Mrs. Hale Corlett of Farmersburg were guests. Sgt. Rodney Buddenberg of the 18th General Hospital Medical Corps arrived at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg, on Tuesday after spending two years in Burma, India, and other South Pacific areas. He received his discharge before coming home. Mrs. Bertha Richards was hostess to the Country Club at her home on Thursday afternoon. Those present were: Mrs. Will Beckman, Mrs. Margaret Kipp, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Marie Anderson, Mrs, Frank Harvey, Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mrs. Harold Harvey and Mrs. Delia Winn. The Card Club pleasantly surprised Mrs. C. B. Schopp on her birthday anniversary Tuesday night at her home. Those present were: Mrs. Melbert Schopp, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mrs. Harold Klatt, Mrs. Lorence Meyer and Mrs. Roy Schultz. First prize was won by Mrs. C. B. Schopp, second by Mrs. Melbert Schopp and traveling by Mrs. Lorence Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg entertained guests nt their home Sunday in honor of their son, Rodney. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buddenberg nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Buddenberg nnd family nnd Mr. nnd Mrs. Lorence Meyer, all of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buddenberg and family of Luana: Mrs. Bertha Meyer of Monona and Mrs. Thomas Boyle of Ossinn. I FRANKVILLE I > -» Walter Van Wey spent Sunday at his home in Frnnkville. The Stvtdy Club met with Sarah Miller on Friday evening. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Duff of Ossinn spent Wednesday at the George Allen home. Mrs. Lettn Pndden of Postville spent last week with her sister. Miss Sarnh Miller. Mr. nnd Mrs. Lennrd Allen of Postville were Sunday visitors at the Geo. Allen home. Mr. nnd Mrs. LaVern Brown of Waterloo were week end guests at the Hans Stcgen home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskem were dinner guests nt the Dean Kneeskem home in Calmar on Wednesday. Will Kleppcr is recovering nicely at his home here from nn operation In Decorah hospital for appendicitis. Mr. nnd Mrs. Jock Kautman nnd family of Chnrles City were visitors at the Fred Broulllct home this week end. Mrs. Edna Bollmnn returned home Tuesday from several days visiting at the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Mart Winger in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim left Friday for Wnrrcns, Wis., to spend the week end with their daughter, Mrs. Evelyn Lcnth, nnd children. Mr. nnd Mrs. Earl Van Wey and family and Walter Van Wey. all of Waterloo, spent Saturday nnd Sunday with Frnnkville relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Jngerson and son, Junior. Mrs. O. A. and Mrs. R. O. Jngerson, nil of Freeport. were Sunday dinner guests at the Lloyd Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Warkintin of Dubuque University conducted church services here Sunday nnd were dinner guests nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes. Mr. nnd Mrs. Will Broghammer received word Friday of the death of the Intter's father, John Lydon. at New Lenox. 111. Funeral services will be held in Wnukon. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Higgins enter­ tained the newlyweds, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Billing, of Chnrles City over the week end. The bride is the former Ellen Teepe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Teepe, and a granddaughter of Mrs. Higgins. Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe will entertain the Willing Workers society nt her farm home near Frnnkville on Thursday afternoon. Feb. 28. Mrs. Arthur Hiten will lead devotions and Mrs. Dan Higgins will have charge of the entertainment. As usual, everyone is welcome to attend the meeting. Dr. George Dean of Dubuque University, who conducted services last Sunday. Feb. 10. was entertained nt the Arthur Brandt home. Church officials and members are urging all Frnnkville Community people to attend these splendid services, which are being held at the Community church every Sunday morning, conducted by a Dubuque University minister. BIRDS AKK FED. Mrs. Fred Tillinont of Moravia has has been taking care of the birds in that town this winter to see lhat they receive ample food (luring the time the ground has been covered with snow and ice. She has counted 10 different kinds of birds that have visited at the ( bird feeding table in the back yard of ! her home. i JUNCTION NEWS Junction Jolly Workers Meet, The Junction Jolly Workers met at the home of Miss Mnrjorie Nonck on February 12 with nine members ptti. ent. Roll call was answered by ing the verses on the Valentines drew from n box. The hostess was presented wit), gift nnd nlso a farewell Rift. A business meeting followed an! new officers for the year were elected: Mrs. Hnrvcy Jnrms, president; j| a | Wilbur Thornton, vice president; % Elmer Luebkn, secretnry and treasur. er. The months for the year's meet, ings were drawn, after which the meeting adjourned. At the last meet, ing which was held Si the home n| Mrs. Ed Dnhms it wns decided to havi the club meetings on the second Thim- day of each month. Mrs. Alfred Ehlet will huve the March meeting at her | home. Two contests were given, a double letter contest by Mrs. Roy Lueblu, nnd a scrambled letter contest by Mn Harvey Jarms, were both won by ton Wilbur Thornton. The remainder of the afternoon wns spent playing tiingo and socially. A lunch was served by the hostes. (Continued on page seven) The undersigned will sell at Public Auction on the Kugel farm, located 6 miles southeast of Postville and 5 miles southwest of Luana, 2 l / 2 miles south of the REA substation on Highway No. 18 and 51, on WED.. FEB. Sale to commence at 12:30 o'clock p. m. II HEAD OF HOGS Consisting of 10 Bred Sows, due to farrow the latter part of March, and also 1 purebred Chester White Stock Hog. FARM iMM McCormick-Deering No. 9 bath-in-oil 5-foot Mower, like new; McCormick-Deering 102 Corn Planter, power and hill check, complete with plates and wire, like new; McCormick- Deenng 10-foot Dump Rake, like new; 10-20 McCormick-Deering Tractor, in good runrung: order;^McCormick-Deering: one-row pull-type tank Corn Picker, in A-No. 1 shape; Hoth Hay Hoist with 1-horse electric motor and 196 feet of steel cable; 2-seated Buggy, like new; John Deere Manure Spreader; 7-ft. John Deere VanBrunt Seeder; 7-ft. McCormick-Deering Tandem Disc; Potato Plow; Disk, horse or tractor hitch- 4-sec wood Drag; horsepower for elevator; 2 Slip Srrapers; 2-hole Corn Sheller- 2 ^1 r cu Vl 100Mb. Platform Scales; Grindstone; Woven W^S^^'^^^^^^ ery Ward high-speed timken bearing Rubber Tired V ^^t ^J^'^^ new last fall; 7x12 flat Wagon Box; 4-sec. Drag; Steel Wal q tr « ad 6.00x16 t.res Corn Binder; John Deere Side Rake; McCorm &i^ * mick-Deering Corn Binder; McCormick No. 6 Mower- a Mdinl T 7 oi*^ ^ 16-inch bottoms; a Madison 13-in. Gang Plow likeTew I K n P1 ° W ' with tW ° 3-sec. Harrow Grass Seeder; McG»iL^^ P ^f DeLaval Cream Separator with electric motor- McCom !!!n • \* °° d ° ra * J N °' ator with electric motor; Block and TJ^^^^^S^J^' 4 C — in TERMS—Usual sale terms apply. Make arangemen,, wilh <*«* before .alTfor'credit. Wm. Kugel - Art Seeland EATON WATERS, Auctioneer. CITIZENS STATE BANK, Clerk

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