Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 27, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 27, 1946
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PAGE SR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVTLLR, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1^ CASTALIA Farewell Party. Members of the Country Club tendered Mrs. Jens Egcland a farewell party Thursday afternoon, prior to their moving to their new home at \S'cst Union. A purse of money was presented Mrs. Egelnnd as a parting gift. Those present were: Mrs. Mclvin N'esviek. Mrs. Earl Anderson and Billy. Mrs Marie Anderson. Mrs. Harold Harvey and Janet, Mrs. Frank Harvey. Mrs. Will Bcckman. Mrs. Margaret Kipp. Mrs. Bertha Richards. Mrs. Alonzo Harvey and Mrs C. B. Schopp. all of Castalia: Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Mrs. Clem Frimml and daughter of Postville: Mrs. Gunder Tindcrholt and Mrs Robert Taylor of Ossian; Mrs. Henrietta Kleppe of West Union, and Mrs. Ray H.iijeman of Calmar. FRANKVILLE LUANA ST. JOltS'S LUTHERAN cnuRcn Paul W. Adlx. Pastor. Sunday. March 31 — 9:30. Sunday- School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. Wednesday evening—Lenten Service nt 8:00. Monday evening, April 1—Luther League nt 8:00. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hager and sons spent Sunday at the Herman Nolting home in Waukon. Mrs. Hattie Stanley spent a few days in Cedar Rapids visiting her niece. Mrs. Leland Stegen. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Robbins of Postville spent Thursday evening nt the Harry Harvey home. Geneva Schulu of Okobojv spent the week end with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. Jr. Mrs A. C. Meyer. Mrs. Blake Albright and Mrs. George Schultz spent Wednesday in Deeorah. Mrs. Sadie Limbeck and daughter. Marjorie. of Ossian spent Sunday at the Melvin Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer. Mrs. Mable Blumhagen and George Schulu spent Tuesday in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snitkcr of Waukon were week end guests of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp. Ear! Haefner. Jr.. student at Iowa State College at Ames, spent a few days with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schulu and Linda went to Austin. Minn.. Sunday to visit in the Fred Schara home. Mrs. Delia Winn went to La Crosse. Wis.. Monday to attend the wedding of her niece. Nellie Barnes, to Patrick McBain. returning home again Saturday. Mrs. Will Drallmeier and daughters, Eva Mae and Darlene. of Rice Lake Wis., and her son, Louis Drallmeier, U. S. X. visited at the Carlaus Meyer and John Kluss homes on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright entertained the following guests at dinner Friday evening: Mr. and Mrs. C. R Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niggen were Waukon visitors Saturday. Mrs. Will Kneeskcrn returned Sunday from a visit in Cedar Rapids and Center Point. Mrs. Mabel Waters was a visitor nt the home of Mrs. Harriet Letchford in Waukon Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskcrn and family were Sunday dinner guests nt the Roy Kneeskcrn home. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kneeskcrn of Waukon were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Kneeskcrn home. Randal Russett of Calmnr came on Friday afternoon to spend the week end at the Roy Kneeskern home. | Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and, two sons were visitors nt the Will Kneeskern home one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen were visitors at the Walter Pflster home in Deeorah last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vokes and family of Milwaukee are spending a few days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stcgen. Mrs. Roland Peck and Mrs. Lester Van Wey went to Waterloo Monday for a short visit with relatives, returning Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Fred Brouillct attended a farm sale at the Vernon Thompson home near Mabel. Minn., on Wednesday. The Frankville cemetery association will hold their annual meeting on Monday evening, April 1. in the Community church basement. Mrs. Will Kneeskern is spending several days at the home of her son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wisehart. at Center Point. Mrs. Tina Headington of Waukon terminated her visit here at the Wayne Brandt home and went to Deeorah for a visit at the Walter Pflster home. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lucich of Myrtle Point, Oregon, spent the past week visiting at the Alwin Walby home. Mrs. Lucich will be remembered as Helen Peek. Mr. and Mrs. Lennrd Allen of Postville motored to Oakdale Sunday to see Mrs. Clifford Hughes at the sanitarium. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus accompanied them Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vokes and two children of Milwaukee. Wis., came on Friday evening to spend the week end at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stegen. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin motored to Waterloo Saturday on a shopping trip and to visit their daughter, Betty Mrs. Leo Amdahl and daughter, Barbara, of Ossian accompanied them Group one will entertain the Willing Mr. and Mrs.' Jess Vnughan of Marquette are visiting his sister. Mrs. Mnry Brown, and other relatives. Mrs. Kenneth Wilkins and Mrs. Frank Canoe of Monona spent Thursday in the Roy Brown home. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans of Post- vlllc were Wednesday evening visitors in the Alvin Doerring home. Mrs. Lena Fette spent a few days the past week in the home of her son. Erwin Fette. and family nt St. Olnf. Mrs. Peter Fukasawn returned Saturday from Rock Island. III., where she visited her husband for n few days. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossmau attended the funeral of his mint, Mrs. Chns. Hinsch, at Farmersburg Friday afternoon. Mrs. Owen Snively and sons, Jnmes and Bruce, spent the week end in the home of her mother. Mrs. James Smale. nt West Union. Mrs. Lyle Engelhnrdt of Des Moines spent a few days the past week with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhnrdt to assist n preparing for the Engelhnrdt sale. Supt. Owen Snively. with Gordon DeSotel, Doelos Martins. Chester Ben- tc, Kenneth Palmer, Harlan Bugenhagen and Alvin Doerring went to Iowa City Friday afternoon where they attended the state basketball tournament, returning early Sunday morning. Walter Sander was reelected president of the Luana Consolidated school board of education at the organization meet held Monday afternoon. Elmer Schrader. reelected director, and Bernhardt T. Palas, director-elect, were sworn into office. Other board members are Arthur Palas and William Behrens. Winn and John of Jackson Junction;, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey of De-1 Workers at the church on Thursday ~ I *.. ...... . ».. u no . . T T : : corah: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and Leonard. Mrs. Anna Brouillet, Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Koenig and Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Gwenn, all of Castalia. The "500" ctub pleasantly surprised Mrs. Vernon Kamp on her birthday anniversary. Friday evening. Those present were Mrs. Lorence Meyer, Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. Mel Schopp. Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. Mrs. Harold Klatt, Mrs. C. B. Schopp and Mrs. Albert Snitker. High prize went to Mrs. Mel Schopp. low to Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg and traveling to Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. NEW 1946 DICK STAMPS TO BE AVAILABLE JULY .Design for the 1946 migratory bird hunting stamp, commonly called, "Duck Stamp." was taken from a sketch executed by Robert W. Hines, artist for the Ohio Conservation Department. The original is a black and white wash drawing showing four redhead ducks; three males and a female. 13 in the series, the new duck stamp will be available to duck hunters in all first and second class post offices on July 1st. The stamp series, which was started in 1934 with a J. N. "Ding" Darling design, has increased from a sale of 635,000 in that year to a new all time record in 1945 when 1,540.000 were sold. Dance : WHITE SPRINGS • BALLROOM I McGregor, Iowa I Sat., Mar. 30 j a Music By I Mississippi Nite Hawks • OPES EVENINGS • TUESDAY through SATURDAY We Feature BAU-B QUE RIBS and SANDWICHES J FOBNEY & LOFTUS, Props. afternoon, March 28. Mrs. Dan Higgins will lead devotions and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern has charge of the program Everyone is welcome Mr. and Mrs. David Robinson and two children of Manchester were calling at the Arthur Brandt and Wayne Brandt homes on Sunday afternoon, Mr. Robinson formerly was the prin cipal of the Frankville school. Mr. and Mrs. George Waters and family of Guttenberg spent the week end at the Alwin Walby home, and wore guests at the Walter Kneeskern home in Deeorah on Sunday. The Waters family will move to Hampton next week. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby and their guests. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Lucich motored to St. Paul Saturday to visit Roy Peck and family. They returned Sunday evening. Dan Snitker ac companied them as far as Rochester to visit his daughter, Evelyn, at St Mary's hospital. NOW-Greater than Ever! CARGILL nrnm CHICK STARTER HOT TOO FINE HOT TOO COAISt V * TRADEMARK' Carglll's new-form chick starter is not a mash . . . not a pellet . . . but "Crumbllised" Into easy-to-eat food bits . . . Chicks eat more . . . do better. Cuts waste! We are sorry, but until present feed shortage eases and government restrictions of protein and other Ingredients are lifted, sales must be limited. Farmers Store ORIGINAL NOTICE. IN THE DISTRICT COURT OF IOWA, IN AND FOR ALLAMAKEE COUNTY CATCHES THIEF. Bill Tofte of Waverly not only helped himself but also the Waterloo police department when he caught a thief in the last named place. Tofte noticed a man getting into his car into which he had just loaded some electrical merchandise. Bill immediately went into action and captured the thief red-handed. The man was taken into custody by Waterloo police who described him as an ex-convict. "Poochy," the Tofte dog, was in the front seat of the car and slept through the whole fracas, and is disgrace with the Tofte family. CLOCK TAKEN DOWN. In 1894 the building used by the Farmers State bank nt Marion was erected. At the same time, n large clock was installed on the building and has for all these years told the time for one and all. However, recently the clock had not been running properly and could not be repaired. Last week, after 51 years, it was taken down from its long-time place of business. THE INCORPORATED TOWN OF POSTVILLE, IOWA PlaintilT. vs. ALBERT McCREADY: E Sheehey; Ed Sheehy; Ellen Stu-ehcy: Robert Arthur Smith: John Lnwler; Win. Mitchell; Julia McCunneff; John P. Gillen; Matt Bencher; Matthias Boucher; Water Chriss: Louisa Bencher; James C. Rollins. James M. Harris; J. M. Harris; J. P. McNeil; Richard Folsom; Mabel Folsom; William Reinhardt; William Reinhardt Estate; Annn Reinhardt; Will Relnhnrdt: Esther Micne; Henry Reinhardt; Gusta Reinhnrdt: Melindn Brandt: Sophia Anderson; Christ Reinhardt: Kate Busse; Ida Micne; Frieda Mitchell; Frieda Mitchel: Louisa M. Plntz; Mitccl & Platz; Mitchell & Platz: Mitchel & Platz: Carl F. Mitchell; C. * J. Michel Brewing Company; Car! F. Michel; and all unknown claimants, and nil persons unknown claiming nny right, title or interest in and to the following described real estate: Lots Number Three i3\ Four (4). Five (5). Six I6>. Seven (7>. Eight (8>. Nine 19). Ten (10). Eleven til*. Twelve U2) and Thirteen U3>. in Block Twenty i20>. in Lnwler's Addition to the Town of Postville. Allamakee County, Iowa. Reserving therefrom the following: Commencing at the Southwest corner of said Lot 13. thence East 4 feet, thence North 25 feet, thence West 4 feet, thence South 25 feet to the place of beginning, and all the heirs, spouses, assigns, grantees, legatees, devisees, beneficiaries and legal representatives of each and all of the above named defendants, nnd all persons. Arms, corporations or co-partnerships claiming by, through or under any of the above named or described persons, claimants or unknown claimants in any manner whatsoever. Defendants. TO EACH OF THE ABOVE NAMED DEFENDANTS: You are hereby notitled that Petition of the above named plaintiff in the above entitled action is now on file in the office of the Clerk of the above named Court, alleging that plaintiff is the absolute and unconditional owner in fee simple of the real estate described in the caption of this Notice; that some of the defendants and unknown claimants are believed to have or assert to have claims adverse to title of plaintiff in said property, but none of the defendants, known or unknown, have in fact any right, title, equity, interest or lien in, to or against said premises: that plaintiff and its predecessors in title have been in more than ten years' continuous and exclusive possession, and said possession has been actual, open, notorious, hostile and undisputed, under a claim of right, title and ownership: and Petition prays that title be established, quieted and confirmed in plaintiff against adverse claims of defendants and of persons unknown having or claiming any right, title or interest in and to the said premises, nnd for general equitable relief. For further particulars see Petition on file. You nrc also hereby notified to appear before snld court nt Wnukon, In Allamakee County, Iowa, on or before the I8fh day of April, 1940, nnd thnt unless you do so jippenr, your defnult will be entered nnd judgment nnd decree will be rendered ngninst you for the relief demanded in the Petition. ROBERT If. HURLING, Attorney for Plaintiff. I*. O. Address: Pcstviilo, Imvn. AFRICAN I-H-V. An Afrien lily has been displayed by Wert R'-id of Hamburg. The plant grew seven inches in one night nnd wns six feet tall when in bloom. The tlower is a beautiful red in color but the perfume makes it a not very popular house tlower. BACK TO OLDEN DAYS, ^" The water bucket has become q Ull5 a common thing In Swon City \ht^ few days. The city well ran dty atl4 a new one dug Inst fall hns not nrovij. cd cnouRh to supply the ncccssjrj wnter. The school had to close for, few dnys and business jihicej ttli residences were provided with tt ., te( by carrying it from wells and cisterm MINK MEAT. A Rock Island train perhaps did , slaughtering job earlier than intended by Amos Harper nnd Wooilmw WJIJ. son of Gotdflcld. Four horses chased for mink feed broke out 0 (» pasture on the Hnrper place and wet( killed by the train. The owners ptt . pared the meat for the minks, anyvr^. MEN WANTED for ORCHARD WORK GOOD PAY and HOUSING WRITE OR TELEPHONE Henry E. Helgerson, Manager KICKAPOO DEVELOPMENT CORP, GAYS MILLS. WISCONSIN Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa Moritz Shell Service LUANA, IOWA Being forced to leave my business at Luana, I am closing out all my merchandise and equipment at greatly reduced prices from now until APRIL 20, 1946. * ITEMS INCLUDE—Used and new truck tires and chains, all sizes; Set of 10x38 tractor tires, tubes and rims; Hydraulic jacks and car jacks, all sizes; Auto Chains; Pre-War Scat Covers; Batteries; Defrosting Fans; Inner Tubes, all sizes; Small National Cash Register; New Berg- Gibson fast battery charger, never used; Slow battery charger, 12 battery capacity. Practically new equipment includes—Spark Plug Cleaner; Vice; Tube Vulcanizer; Power Reverse Motor Plusher; Air Hoses; Set of Pressure Greasing Equipment; Tools; All kinds of Auto Accessories and Parts; and many other articles too numerous to mention. I am also taking this opportunity to thank one and all who so faithfully patronized me, to make my limited stay in the Shell Station at Luana a success. Best Wishes To Everyone, Moritz Shell Service AL MORITZ, Proprietor Luana, Iowa HIGHER PRICES! FOR DEAD ANIMALS Small Animals are just as acceptable to us as larger ones! We are paying higher prices for dead animals! Due to present conditions of roads Tankage is available at Art Ricker's Service Station. The supply is limited. WE WILL CONTINUE TO PAY $1.25 per 100 POUNDS FOR LIVE HORSES ! You may either call us collect at our plant, telephone No. 1000, or if more convenient, see or call the service station of ART RICKER in Postville, No. 2S7. Postville Rendering FLOYD BLY, Proprietor GOSH, ONLY A PEHHY! Once a penny wasi a fortune to a six-year-old. It could buy yards of licorice shoestrings, an nil-day sucker, or a syrup- smothered scoop of shaved ice. A penny would pay for marbles, a tin whistle, or even n little lead soldier. It was the ceiling price for a new top-string. Nowadays, a penny won't buy much for a little boy. But it purchases a lot of labor-saving electricity. Sonny may sniff at a penny for running an errand—yet thut same penny will (at average household rales) do any of these jobs— • Run a sewing machine all afternoon • Keep a refrigerator cold for 4 hours • Vacuum clean 10 large rugs • Light a 50-watt bulb for 6 hours • • Run the washer for 6 tubs of clothes • Give you the correct time for 7 days • Keep a radio playing for 3 hours Yes, a penny is still big money-electrically. Actually, the average family gets just about twice «j much electricity for its money as it did 15 years ago. Keeping electric service cheap, friendly and dependable - even all through the wot is a trilmte to the careful business management of your electric company, ami to the hard work and experience of all tho men and women in it, H.o, NUJON toor In ''THl fl.tCUIC H0U»" wit* «.»trt Armtnttft ou >£T Company.

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