Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 10, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SR. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, Jj^ >gimth> Correspondence LUANA ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CnURCH Paul W. Adlx, Pastor. Sunday, April 14—9:30 a. m.. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church service. Thursday. April II—Annual Church cleaning day. Begin at 10:00 a. m. Potluck at noon. Keith SI. Overbook is attending the school of commerce at the University of Denver, Colo. Sir. and Sirs. Fred Palas of Slonona spent Saturday in the home of their daughter. Sir. and Sirs. Lorcnz Doerring. Sir. and Sirs. G. SI. Lambert spent Saturday and Sunday in the home of their daughter. Sir. and Mrs. Irving Engelhard!, at Sloline. 111. Sir. and Sirs. John C. Thoma and Andrew Johnson of Waukon. and Ed Thoma of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the Harry Gordon home. Sir. and Sirs. Lawrence Baade recently purchased the Lou Engelhardt place and will soon move there. The Engelhardts moved into the Harvey Sloore house. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Melncrke. Pastor. Lenten Service. Friday. April 12. 8:00 p. m.—3rd Word from the Cross. Palm Sunday Service, April U. 10:00 a. m.—Sunday School. 11:00 a. nv. Palm Sunday Service with theme. "Your Confirmation Vow." Communion announcements will be taken for Easter Communion at close of service. Good Friday Sen-ice—April 19. 12:00 to 3:00 p. m. 11:50 a. m.—Organ Prelude. 12:00-12:55 p. m.—Ith Word from Cross. 12:55-1:30 p. m.—5th Word from Cross. 1:30-2:05 p. m.—6th Word from Cross. 2:05-3:00 p. m— 7th Word from Cross. This will be continuous. The public is cordially invited to attend any one or all of the services. Communion announcements will be taken for Easter Communion at the close of the service. Easter Sen-ice. April 21, 6:00 a. m.— Easter Sunrise Service sponsored by Luther League. 9:00 a. ni.. Sunday School. 10:00 a. m.. Confessional Service. 10:30 a. m.. Easter Communion Service. Sirs. Paul Adix and daughter. Paula Hope, went to Dubuque Tuesday for a weekend visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Hinz. the latter bringing them home Saturday. Sir. and Sirs. Owen Snively moved into the Roy Brown house the past week. Mrs. Maude Baade moved into the Lawrence Baade house, vacated by the Snively family. Geo. A. Hinman. who spent the ! winter with his son. Archie Hinman and family, at Chicago. 111., called on friends here Saturday. Sir. Hinman has rented a room of Sirs. Inez Schutle and plans to move here tl'.is week. Alan Mori'.;, with helpers, moved n small house from the Klinkel farm near Slonona Friday onto grounds east of the Haifa place next to the George Wolter house. The Sloritz family will move into this house from the Sebastian house. The Midwest Lumber Company has secured Merwin Rhoads of Oregon. 111., as manager of the Luana Lumber Yard. Sir. and Sirs. Rhoads and son moved the past week into the house vacated by the Sliller-Wirkler families, next to the lumber yard. Mr. and Sirs. John Doerring and family. Sir. and Sirs. Lorenz Doerring and family. Sir. and Mrs. Alvin Doerring and family, Orville Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Behrens and family. Mrs. Anna Gentz and Mrs. Minnie Collins enjoyed a surprise potluck supper with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doerring Tuesday, April 2. in honor of their 51st wedding anniversary. Baseball Benefit DANCE for the Decorah Baseball Team in Decorah Community Hall on SAT., APRIL 13 A large crowd will be present, so come early. Kentucky Homers Band Sir. and Sirs. Harold Klatt and I>Jancy of Cresco spent Sunday at the John Kluss home. Sirs. Will Allen of Judson, Slinn., visited the Ed Green family and other relatives this week. Sir. and Sirs. Slilo Harvey, Jerry and Dennis of Decorah are visiting at the Harry' Harvey home. Sir. and Sirs. Ray York of Rochester, Slinn.. visited at the Elmer Buddenberg home on Thursday. Sir. and Sirs. Albert Nesvick and Kenneth of Calmar spent Sunday at the Thomas Monroe home. Ralph Haefner of Chicago spent a few days at the home of his parents. Sir. and Sirs. W. H. Haefner. Sir. and Mrs. Clifford Roulson and sons ot West Union spent Sunday with the hater's father, Ray Allen. Sir. and Mrs. Harvey Buddenberg and Audrey of Postville spent Sunday evening at the Thomas Monroe home. Sir. and Sirs. E. K. Smith of Janesville. Wis., spent the weekend'with the latter's parents. Sir. and Sirs. Walter Schultz. Sirs. Ellen Wangsness of near Decorah spent a few days with her son- in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Valder Sleyer. Sir. and Sirs. Walter Nelson of Glenville, Slinn., and Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Sleyer spent Sunday at the Elmer Buddenberg home. Mr. and Sirs. H. S. SlacMillan, Su san and David, spent Sunday in the home of the latter's parents, Mr, and Mrs. A. E. Brown, at Guttenburg. Sirs. John Kluss returned home on Wednesday night after a few days visit with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr and Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy in Cresco. Mr. and Sirs. Clifford Stee and daughters and Melvin Stee, together with Sirs. Sadie Limbeck of Ossian, spent Sunday at the Morton Stee home in Cedar Falls. Sirs. Cora Harvey returned home on Thursday from a several weeks visit with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Sirs. Otis Christofferson and family at Drakesville, Iowa. Sirs. Arno Timmerman. Mrs. Blake Albright. Mrs. Roy Schultz and Mrs. Harold Harvey attended the Farm Bureau meeting Thursday held at the Mrs. Henry Hemesath home near Os sian. Rev. L. R. Meinecke entertained the following guests at his home on Sunday: his mother, Mrs. John Meinecke, Sir. and Sirs. A. J. Reckner, Sir. and Sirs. George Bartz und son, Dennis Lee. all of Charles City. Rapidly Becoming The LEADING 105 DAY HYBRID For IOWA Reserve Your Supply NOW For 1947 Planting FRED H. J. THOMA R. F. D. No. 1 Postville, Iowa FRANKVILLE Harold Jagerson is helping out with farm work at the Lloyd Wolfe home. .1. E. Knecskern of Waukon was n Frnnkvllle caller Friday and Saturday. Mr. and Sirs. Edwin NiRgen and little son. Earl, spent Sunday with relatives in Waukon. James Kneeskern came from St. Paul Saturday night for a visit at the Will Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim, Mrs. Evelyn l.enth and Elnnthen were fishing near Waukon Saturday. Elnathcn Lenth of Toman. Wis., is spending this week at the home ot his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim. Sir. and Mrs. John Aspcnsen of Ridgeway were supper guests Sunday evening in the home of Sir. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt. Sirs. Evelyn Lenth of Tomah, Wis., arrived Friday evening for a weekend visit with her parents, Sir. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim. Sir. and Mrs. F. J. Ambrose motored to Rochester. Minn.. Monday where Sir. Ambrose will continue his checkup at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Wallace and family of near Waukon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. America Barker. Rev, and Mrs. Albert Schroeder and two sons attended church services here Sunday morning. Rev. Schroeder had charge of the services. Sir. and Sirs. Leo Kneeskern and family went to Fort Atkinson Saturday evening to spend Sunday with her father, Michael Vollman. The Frnnkvllle Study club met with Sarah Miller on Friday evening. The lesson was on Trusteeship Council of the United Nations Charter. Miss Amelia Tcsky, intermediate teacher here, spent Friday at her home in Decorah on account of the illness of her sister. Sarah Miller taught for her that day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim took their daughter. Sirs. Evelyn Lenth. and their grandson. Elnathcn, to Decorah Sunday, where they joined friends and returned to their home in Tomah, Wis. Rev. Sam George. Dean of Dubuque University, will be here Sunday. April 14. to have charge of the morning worship hour. A congregational meeting will be held at the close of the services Everyone is invited and urged to attend. Sliss Sarah Sliller entertained the W. C. T. U. ladies at her homo on Thursday afternoon of this week. Much interest is centered around the reading of Claude A. Watson's bonk. "Repeal has Succeeded." Open meetings are being held every two weeks to which everyone is welcome. The next meeting will be held at the homo of Sliss Sliller on Thursday afternoon. April 18. LEFT-HANDED VOTERS. At the New London election, nine ballots were thrown out because of incorrect markings. A check was used instead of an (x). Now several New- London left-handed residents are getting a "ribbing" as it was quite evident that two of the checks had been made by left-handed people. It's Cleanup Time for Postville Folks As is customary at this time of year, your Mayor and Town Council appeals to all residents to join in a general Spring Clean-Up Campaign that will transform Postville into a clean and healthy town. So this year we again appeal to all to rid their private property, backyards, alleyways and premises of the winter's accumulation of rubbish, trash, ashes, leaves, etc., as soon as possible. We should also like to remind residents that it is unlawful to rake leaves and refuse onto streets, into gutters or allow them to accumulate thereon. The Town does not have facilities nor the necessary finances to remove them and each property owner should see to their removal. An ordinance does provide, however, where the property owners do not rid their premises of the above mentioned nuisances, the job will be done at the Town's expense and same shall be assessed against the property. This the Town officials hope need not be done because of the costs involved during the labor shortage. Let's all work for a clean town whereby every property owner benefits and makes ours the envy of all northeastern Iowa towns. Dog 0wners,Note Complaints have been pouring in to my office about dogS running at large molesting gardens, shrubbery and properties, and this nuisance must be abated at once. Postville Ordinance No. 203 provides for the destruction of either licensed or unlicensed dogs that molest persons or property while running at large and since complaints have been made, this Ordinance will be carried out. Gardeners are to be encouraged in this time of food shortage and owners of clogs should see to it that their animals are kept confined on the owner's premises. May • I also call your attention to the licensing provision of the law which states that all dogs over three months old must be licensed by March 1. A penalty attaches on license fees on May 1 and dogs not licensed by July 1. shall be summarily executed, according to our Ordinances. I ask your hearty cooperation. M* C. Peering MAYOR OP TOWN OP POSTVILLE "Serving the Progressive Poultry men " WITH FARM BRED BABY CHICKS POULTRY FEEDS EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES We are anxious to have you call so we can put into practice the full meaning of our new trade slogan. Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop. Phone 187 For Your Baby Chick Date Now! HIGHER PRICES! FOR DEAD ANIMALS Small Animals are just as acceptable to us as larger ones! We are paying higher prices for dead animals! By Higher Prices we do not mean MERELY meeting competition. Due to present conditions of roads Tankage is available at Art Rickcr's Service Station. The supply is limited. 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. 287. Postville Rendering FLOYD BLY, Proprietor fTUt/ift/ BETWEEN "TWIN CITIES-ST. LOUIS via i/ie 4/unt /toute MIMNEAPQllsV™ 1 "- ^ROCHESTER OECORAHk INDEPENDENCE! CE 0 AR RAPIDS 1 f IOWA CITY MUSCATINE* KEOKUK/ BURUNCTOM Vwnvim suouis* VE SCHEDULES ME #1 DAILY! • Direct connections at Cedar Rapids with Burlington Trailways for service to St. Louis and the South. U.MWMPOMS 1:00 im 11:15 pm Lv. St. Paul 8:39 im 11:45 pm L». Rochester 11:15 am 2:15 »m Lv.Oworah, 1;« pm 4:25 tin Lv. 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