Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 3, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 3, ism. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Mclncckc. Pastor. Friday evening. 8:00 p. m.—Rev. L. R. Meinecke will preach on the first word from the cross. "Father, forgive them for they know not what they do." Sunday School. April 7 at 10:00 a. m. Worship service. April 7 at 11:00 a.m. Sunday evening at 8:00 p. m. Luther League. Refreshments will be served by Delores Osmundson. Marlus Lngel- hardt and Robert Brandt. Vernon Knmp went to Chicago on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stee were callers in Dccorah Friday. Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt spent a few days at the Morton Stee home in Cedar Falls last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Heiyiriekson. Sr., of Ossian visited Mrs. Bertha Bachelder Sunday afternoon. Mrs. L. W. Anderson of Cedar Rapids spent Wednesday with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mrs. Vine Allen and Mrs. Clifford Sphar were Waukon visitors on Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Losen and. son, David, of Waterloo spent the weekend at the Clifford Sphar home. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. MacMillan. Susan and David, spent Sunday with the former's parents at Mason City. Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie went to Fayette Sunday, where they visited in the Bob Burrett home. Patricia Ann Sphar. who attends school at Calmar. spent the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar. Mrs. Earl Bachelder and daughters. Bernice and Irene, spent Sunday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Irene Ostlie in Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson and family and Mrs. Emma Olson of Clermont were Sunday dinner guests at the Oran Brandt home. Louis Kamp returned to Prairie du Chien. Wis.. Monday morning after spending the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lena Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Sphar spent the past weekend in Janesville. Wis., visiting Mrs. Alta Fischer and son, John H. Kneeskern. Mrs. Clifford Sphar «nd her sister, Mrs. Fred Losen, of Waterloo spent Saturday at the home of their aunt, Mrs. John O'Brien, in Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Berguson, Bonnie and Larry, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stee of Clermont spent Sunday evening at the Melvin Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Werhan and family and Gertie Goddard of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg were Sunday evening visitors in the Lorence Meyer home. August Kemp of Preston brought the Rev. L. R. Meinecke home from Iowa City on Friday, where he had been several weeks as a patint at the Mercy Hospital. Chief Yeoman George T. Klein and Mrs. Dorothy Bickel Klein of Havre de Grace, Md., called last Wednesday at the W. H. Haefner home, Mrs. Klein being a niece of the latter. Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schweinefus and Mabel were Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer and family. Mrs. Callie Kipp and Misses Vena Schweinefus and Viola Kamp. Mrs. Lena Perry and son, Louis, went to Mount Vernon Sunday to attend a concert given by the. Cornell College Symphony Orchestra. Marian Casten, a niece of Mrs. Perry, participated in the concert. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp entertained the following dinner guests Sunday in honor of their daughter, Karen's, birthday anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Snitker and family and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snitker, all of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and Leonard and Mrs. Anna Brouillet, together with Mrs. Milo Harvey and son, Jerry, of Decorah, went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to meet Seaman 1/C Milo Harvey, who was discharged from the navy at Great Lakes, 111. Guests in the Thomas Monroe home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack. Merlin and Milo, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda, Mrs. Sarah Schopp and Grover Monroe. Guests in the Steve Szabo home on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. George J. Reisner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Reisner and son, Delbcrt, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Kleppe and son, Jerry. Mrs. Emma Pape and daughter, Beverly, and Kenneth Benza, all of West Union. Mrs. Damond Meyer was hostess to the Embroidery club at her home on Thursday afternoon with the following present: Mrs. J. B. Haddock, Mrs. Henry Koenig. Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Will Timmerman, Mrs. August Meyer, Mrs. Fred Barcis. Mrs. Fred Schultz. Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Mrs. Lena Perry, Mrs. Alta Reeves and Mae Finnegan. The Card Club tendered Mrs. Harold Klatt a farewell party Friday evening at the Carlaus Meyer home. The Klatt family will make their new home in Cresco. Those present were Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. C. B. Schopp. Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg, Mrs. Vernon Kamp. Mrs. Lorence Meyer, Mrs. John Kluss and Mrs. Harold Klatt. Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg won first prize and traveling, and Mrs. John Kluss received low. Relatives and friends pleasantly surprised Mrs. Ralph Schultz on her birthday anniversary Wednesday evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and family of Decorah: Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte and family. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster and family. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe, Mrs. Martha Schroeder and Jimmy Snyder. 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 JOACHIM SCHULTZ, Deceased TO Anna Schultz, John L. Schultz, Edwin C. Schultz, George A. Schultz. Albert Schultz, Fred A. Schultz, Eldo J. Schultz, Robert Schultz, Norman Schultz. Eunice Heins, Dorothy Brink, Myrtle Wlockel (formerly Myrtle Schultz), and all 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, Iowa, the final report and application for discharge of Anna Schultz, Executrix of the Estate of Joachim Schultz, Deceased, making report of her acts and conduct in the settlement of said estate and asking that said report be approved and she be released from further duties as executrix and her bond be released and exonerated upon filing receipts for disbursement-and final distribution in said estate. 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 16th day of April, 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 executrix will be discharged as prayed. BURLING & PALAS, Attorneys for Executrix, P. O. Address: Postville, Iowa. LUANA Luana Town Election: At last week's municipal election in Luann there were 74 votes cast. L. H. Baade was named mayor succeeding Joseph Walter. Wm. RadlofT, George Wolter and Lorenz Doerring were reelected councilmen, and Carl J. Schultz and Atvin Doerring, new councilmen. August Neverman received 15 votes for mayor as a write-in candidate. Election results are: Mayor: L. H. Bande, 39. Councilmen: William Radloff, 66: George Wolter, 64; Lorenz Doerring, 71; Carl J. Schultz, 68; Alvin Doerring. 72. Treasurer: Cornell Riveland. 71. Assessor: Arthur H. Berg, 69. Mrs. Mueller Passes. Mrs. Minnie Mueller, who had been in ill health for sometime, died at her home Thursday afternoon at the age of 78 years. She leaves to mourn her passing five sons, Arthur, William, Eddy. Leslie and Henry and one daughter, Mrs. Delbert Breitsprccher, all of Luann. Funeral services were held at St. John's Lutheran church Sunday afternoon, the Rev. Paul Adix officiating. Interment was in the Monona cemetery. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Pan! W. Adlx, Pastor. Sunday, April 7—9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. Wednesday evening — 8:00, Lenten Service. Mrs. Harley Gossman left Friday morning for Albert Lea, Minn., where she will visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Berg. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielsen and sons, Gary and Dean, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the Arthur Harnack home at Froelich. Mrs. Rita Wilkie of Washington, D. C, came Monday for a two weeks visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. Anna Gentz, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sharnweber of Rochester, Minn., came Saturday to attend the funeral of her aunt, Mrs. Minnie Mueller, Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welzel and daughter, Shirley, of Columbus Junction, and Mrs. Margaret Kluss of Postville were Saturday guests in the Levi Schultz home. The Welzel family are moving to West Union where he has employment. Mr. and Mrs. Wnj. Gentz and children of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff and sons were Thursday evening guests in the home of their mother, Mrs. Anna Gentz, in honor of their sister, Mrs. Rita Wilkie of Washington, D. C. Mrs. Anna Gentz and daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff and sons, Junior and Bruce, with Mrs. Rita Wilkie of Washington, D. C, went to Cedar Rapids Sunday for a day's visit in the home of their daughter and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Ivon McGuire. State conservation officer Glen Yates now b'elieves in the goodness of people. He received a call from the sheriff of Floyd county, advising that he had a check made payable to the conservar tion office for $200.00. The man paying by check stated that several years previously he had shot some pheasants out of season and wanted to square his conscience by doing something of benefit for the game birds in that vicinity. Therefore, the Knoxville community will receive the $200 which will be used for game cover plantings by the conservation organization. I FRANKVILLE Mrs. Miner Van Wey accompanied her son, Walter, home to spend Sunday with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey ami Mrs. Anna Brouillet of Castalia were Frankville callers Wednesday. Miss Sarah Miller was in Postville Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Letta Padden. who has been very ill. Rev. Turner of Dubuque had charge of rhii 'Ch services here Sunday morning. ' His wife and babv accompanied him. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell and Mrs. Ray Birdsell attended the play given by the Luther College students on Friday evening. About 15 people from the Frankville community attended the restoration meeting at the Presbyterian church in Waukon Sunday afternoon. Miss Geneva Waters who teaches at Springville came Saturday to spend the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. H. Waters and sister, Ruth. La Verne Iverson of Lanesboro. Minn., spent the week end with Donald Birdsell at the Leo Birdsell home. The boys are students at Luther College in Decorah. Rev. Albert Schroeder will conduct church services here on Sunday, April 7, at 11:00 a. m. Members and friends of the church are urgently requested to attend the services. A home economics all-day meeting was held at the Willard Clements home on Wednesday. Dinner was served at noon and the lesson on upholstering and making slip covers followed. Miss Eileine Meyer, H. D. A., for Winneshiek county was present. Mrs. Leo Birdsell attended the noon luncheon served at the Winneshiek hotel in Decorah on Saturday in connection with the annual meeting of the Christmas Seal workers. Mrs. Birdsell was chairman for Frankville township and realized the sum of $146.00 for sales of the Christmas Seals. PAY JUSTICE FOR ALL RANKS. The American Legion is sponsoring legislation now before Congress to grant terminal furlough with pay for enlisted personnel of our armed forces. Under the present system. otTicers who accumulate leave do not lose it when they return to civilian life. Enlisted men and women do. On discharge day officers are given their accumulated pay and allowances for the number of days coming to them, up to a limit of 120 days. The enlisted man or woman, on the other hand, loses all the furlough time which, for one reason or another beyond his or her control, he or she could not get while in service. This is particularly true of those who served overseas. Under the Legion bill every enlisted man or woman would receive all accumulated furlough time on the basis of 2Vi days for each month service plus allowances for rations and quarters amounting to $3.50 a day. .The G. I. is entitled to this. Giving it to him is only giving him something which he has already earned but never received. Each soldier is supposed to get 30 days a year with pay. Actually most of them got less and many of them none at all. There is no valid reason why enlisted members of our armed forces should not be treated equally with officers in this respect. Congress should pass this Legion bill and correct the injustice under which G. I. Joe and G. I. Jane are not getting a fair shake.—The Cherokee Courier. When a woman's toe sticks out of her shoe, she's fashionable. When a man's toe sticks out, he's a bum. Dane* • WHITE SPRINGS J BALLROOM • McGrqgor, Iowa I Sat., April 6 RAY ALTO and his Cowboy Serenaders OPEN EVENINGS TUESDAY through SATURDAY We Feature BAR-B-QUE RIBS and SANDWICHES FORNEY & LOFTUS, props, i We Are At Your Service With A Smile See us for better buys in groceries, meats, milk, rubber goods, dry goods and hardware. Also available to you now is our Wapsie Feed and our straight protein feeds. Castalia General Store H. S. MacMillan, Prop. Castalia, Iowa Ef KB Taken For Cash or Trade! CLOSING OUT AT PUBLIC SALE As I,am piannlng- to quit farming, I will hold a closing out nubile sale on the farm, located six miles east of West Union, on No, 18, and two miles tfest of Clermont, and will sell on FRIDAY, APRIL 5th 43 Commencing at 12:30 the following described property — HEAD OF LIVESTOCK — 43 34 HEAD OF FINE CATTLE 22 Head of Milk Cows, 14 fresh, balance to freshen this spring—6 arc Brown Swiss, 3 Holstelns, 3 Guernseys, balance are mixed. Also 5 Yearlings, four Heifers and one Steer; seven Veal Calves, sucking. 2 HEAD OF WORK HORSES Mare, 9 years old, wt. 1400 lbs.; Gelding, 12 years old, wt. 1400 lbs. 7 HEAD OF HOGS 4 Brood Sows, bred to farrow any time now; 3 Feeder Pigs, wt. 110 lbs. HAY, GRAIN AND FEED About 300 Bu. Boone Oats; 10 tons Mixed Clover and Timothy Hay, in barn; 220 Bu. Shelled Corn; 600 lbs. Laying Mash; 6 feet of Silage. FARM MACHINERY and EQUIPMENT MODEL B 1838 ALLIS CHALMERS TRACTOR, on rubber with Mounted Plow; International Hay Loader; C. B. Q. Side Delivery Rake; New Idea Mower; Manure Spreader; Deerlng New Idea Grain Binder; Two Wagons; Wagon Box and Hay Rack; 2-Seotion Drag; 7-foot Dlso;'T\vo Corn Planters, John Deere and Rock Island; 2 Doublo Unit Milking Machines, pipe line for 22 cows; Galloway Separator; 20- gallon Crook; 6 Milk Palls and Strainers; Tools; Six 10-gallon Milk Cans; Jars, and other Items too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Kitchen Set; Dining Room Suite; Six- Volt Buttery Radio; 3 Con* oleum Rugs; Library Table; Aladdin Lamp; Couch; Day Bed; 2 Beds and Mattresses; Kitchen Range, 2 Card Tables. NYGAARD ORVIN THOMPSON, Auct. CLERMONT SAVINGS BANK, Clerk SIXTY-SECOND. On March 18, Mr. and Mrs. Jncob Muntz. of Parmlngton celebrated their sixty-second wedding anniversary. The couple recently moved from their W near Bonaparte to Farmlngim, 7? Muntz' have ten children, ail liviJ i the vicinity of Farmington and Bon, parte. a ' TURN IN YOUR CAR FOR CASH OR DEPOSIT ON A NEW Buick, Oldsmobile or Chevrolet Falb Motor Co. Telephone No. 290 Postville, 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 ! 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