Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 17, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 17, 1946
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PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTV1LLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 19^ . ountrt) (prfespondencB CAST ALIA ZION LUTHERAN ClirRCII. Rev. L. R. Mrlncckr, Pastor. Good Friday Scrvictv-April 19. 12:00 noon to 3:tX> p. m. 12:00 noon to 12:55 p. nv—4th Word from Cross. 12:55 p. m. to 1:30 p m—5th Word from Cross. 1:30 p m to 2:05 p. nv—6th Word from Cross. 2.05 p. m. to 3.00 p. nv—7th Word from Cross. Easter Service: 6 00 a. m—Sunrise Service—There will be special music nnd will be civen to a hymn sine and meditation. 7:00 a. nv—Choir breakfast in the church parlors 9:00 a. nv— Sunday School. 10:00 a. nv—Confes­ sional Service for those desirini; to £0 to Holy Communion 10:30 a. nv— Easter Communion Service. Announcements for this service will be received at the close of service on Food Ftiday and Holy Saturday at the parsonage. Offer Educational Plan. Employees of the Carnation company have been notified of a plan which is being put into effect by the company which will encourage and assist many children of employees in obtaining a collece education. The company has established scholarships and has set up a trust fund which is expected to support eventually, as many as forty annual scholarships, of a value tentatively set at $500. and renewable to cover the usual four-year college course. Under this plan a Carnation employee's children has a unique opportunity to benefit from a noteworthy forward step in American education.. Elmer Hager and Ed Engelhardt went to Hillsboro. Wis. Wednesday. Mrs. Anna Brouillet went to Postville Wednesday to visit her sister, Mrs. Lena Padden. who is ill. Sharon and Janet Stee of Cedar Falls came Saturday for an indefinite visit in the Clifford Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Hoy Dean arrived home Tuesday from Yuma. Arizona, where they had spent the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kneeskern and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Yarwood of Cresco spent Sunday at the Robert Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Meyer and Rod- We Are i At Your Service! ney Duddenberg were dinner guests nt the home of Mrs. Bertha Meyer in Monona Friday. Ronald and Kenneth Schultz. who are employed in Waverly. spent the weekend with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Mrs. Harry Harvey and son. Leonard, and Mrs. Anna Brouillet went to Frankville Thursday to visit in the Fred Brouillet home. The Rev. and Mrs. C. J. Rebeleln and children of Plaintleld visited with friends here Sunday, while on their way to the Karl Walter home at Monona. Morton Stee of Cedar Falls spent Friday evening with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mclvin Stee, returning to Cedar Falls again Saturday with Mr and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Jo Ann. Mrs. Frank Harvey entertained Mrs. Ruby Peckham. Virginia and Neil, and Mrs. Clem Frimml and Cheryl Rae. all of Postville. at dinner Wednesday. Mrs. Frimml and daughter left Friday for Denver. Colo., to join her husband who is stationed there. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Marsh entertained as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Claude Callaghan and daughter, Margo. of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. A. G. Backhaus. Mrs. Eliza Moellering. Lorenz Backhaus and Bruce Meyer, all of Garnavillo. Mrs. Melvin Nesvick was hostess to the Country Club Thursday afternoon, with the following members present Mrs. Will Bookman. Mrs. Marie Anderson. Mrs. Frank Harvey, Mrs. Alonzo Harvey. Mrs. Bertha Richards. Mrs. Margaret Kipp. Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mrs. Roy Dean. Mrs. Earl Anderson and Billy. Mrs. Harold Harvey and Janet. Mrs. Harold Rawson and children and Rose Uhlenhake. NOT APRIL FOOL. Ex-mayor Henry Perkins. Leon thought he was being handed an old April fool joke when two gifts, beautifully wrapped, were left at the city hall for him. On April 2. he opened the packages. The City Council had given Perkins a Reynolds pen and the city employees gave him a leather billfold. FRANKVILLE LUANA WHERE, OH WHERE? One evening, W. C. Collins. LeMars reported his car had been stolen. The police started a search. The next morning, the car was found in its own garage, but so far none of those interested know where it had been the previous evening. Visit our friendly store I for your needs in Meats, • Groceries, Milk and Dry ; Goods. I Also available now: • Tankage, Meat Scraps, I Soybean Meal, Linseed • Meal, Middlings and; Wapsie Feeds. S j Casta I ia j j General Store j j H. S. MacMillan, Prop, j • Castalia, Iowa ; Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa j Sat., April 20 Eggs Taken For Cash or Trade! WILL THORPE and his Orchestra OPEN EVENINGS TUESDAY through SATURDAY We Feature BAR-B-QUE RIBS and ' SANDWICHES Mrs. Leo Amdahl was a visitor nt the Lester Knmin home on Wednesday. Dr. Milton Kicsau was a professional caller in Frankville on Tuesday at the Roy Kneeskern home. Miss Elvn Bethel of Hartford came Wednesday evening and is a guest in the home of Mrs. Mabel VanWcy. Sarah Miller spent Wednesday in Postville, taking care of her sister, Mrs. Letta Padden, who remains very ill. Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Aschim have moved into the Sarah Miller house, just vacated by the Dean Hammel family. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Beine of Charles City were dinner guests Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford at the Lynn Crawford home. LaVerne Cook arrived home this week from the Philippines where he has been stationed the past two years. He is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook. Rita Renne spent the weekend with home folks in Waukon. Her mother, Mrs. Mary Renne, accompanied her to Frankville Sunday to spend the day at the Edwin Niggen home. Mr. nnd Mrs. C. H. Robinson of Dubuque were visitors at the Roy Kneeskern home Saturday night and Sunday. They were all dinner guests at the Daniel Russett home in Calmar on Sunday. Mr. nnd Mrs. Everett Hughes and Linda, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed. Clements, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linderbaum, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Hoyme and Charles. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Burreson were visitors at the Willard Clement home on Friday evening. Everyone is invited to a wedding shower which will be given for Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen at the Community church rooms here Thursday evening. April 18. The bride is the former Ruth Myren. only daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Myren. The bridegroom is the youngest son of Mr. and Mrs. George Allen. Frankville people who attended the Presbyterial meeting in Waukon on Thursday were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Mrs. Nellie Spaun. Mrs. Walter Van Wey, Mrs. Hans Stegen, Sarah Miller. Jessie Meikle, Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe. Mrs. Arthur Ruen. Mrs. Walter Pilgrim. Elva Bethel. Mrs. Mabel Higgins. Mrs. Mabel Waters. Mrs. Alwin Walby and Mrs. Lynn Crawford. Mr. and Mrs. Guy Waters of Chicago will be weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clements arriving on Saturday. April 20. A money shower will be held for Mr. and Mrs. Waters nt the Community church here on Monday evening, April 22. to which everyone is invited. Guy is the youngest son of R. J. Waters and is a brother of Mrs. Clements. He was married on March 7 to Miss Eleanor Whitley of Monroe, North Carolina. The 69th annual meeting of the Womens Presbyterial Society was held nt St. John's Methodist church in Waukon Thursday. The pastor host was Rev. H. H. Grossheim of Waukon. Mrs. Grossheim was resident hostess. The guest speakers were Mrs. George Prescott of Albuquerque. New Mexico, and Mrs. Scott Ellis of Dallas Center. Luncheon was served by the First Presbyterian church ladies. Mrs. Frank Klees of Waukon was presented with the honorary membership caravan of "His Service." ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul W. Adlx. Tastor. Easter Sunday—0:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. Maundy Thursday evening—At 8:00. Holy Communion. Good Friday—10:00 a. nv. Good Friday Service with Holy Communion. Monday evening, April 22—At 11:00. Brotherhood meeting. Thursday afternoon, April 2a—1.30. Ladies' Aid. James, Brown, Janice Rodach. Deon Nielsen, Mr. nnd Mrs. Wm. Bugenhagen, Sr. and Mrs. Linda Radach. Mr. nnd Mrs. Harley Gossman nnd Mr nnd Mrs. Alvin Breitsprecher nt- tended the funeral of their uncle, William Gossman. at Karmersburg Sunday afternoon. They also called on Mr. nnd Mrs. Sam Olvla whilcnt tw 5 ' burg. ™*K Iowa farmers ore reporting diffi„, ty In getting enough help, accord' to reports coming to .John n Pji,7* mons of Iown State College, who ui charge of the state lnbor office Commercial Club. The Luana Commercial Club held its regular meeting in the fire house last Thursday evening. Recently organized, the club has about 40 members and its officers are Harlan Reinhardt. president: George Hamann. vice president, and Donald McShane. secretary-treasurer. Mrs. Anna Gentz spent Sunday afternoon in the home of her brother. Fred Baltz, at Postville. A son, weighing 7'» lbs. was born to Mr. and Mrs. Amo Nevcrman at the Monona hospital Sunday night. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palas of Monona moved into the room upstairs in the George Sander home Wednesday. Mrs. Levi Schultz and son. Reid. with Mrs. Keith Gray of Postville. spent Tuesday shopping in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blumhagen and family of Postville were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Adolph Nielsen home. Mr. Jack Wistrick and son. Keith, and Mrs. Ben Overbcck of Elkader were Thursday afternoon callers in the Arthur Berg home. Reid Schultz and Leo Bollmnn left Thursday for Idaho Falls. Idaho, where they will visit with Dean Schultz. brother of the former. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielsen entertained at a six o'clock dinner Tuesday in honor of their son, Gary Radach's seventh birthday anniversary. Guests were Ronald. Dwaine and Merle Gordon. Douglas Drahn, Dwaine Wolters. FORNEY & LOFTUS, Props. I Dance MATTERS BALLROOM DECORAH, IOWA The worst pinch in the grain market may come this spring rather than in late summer as some predicted, says Francis Kutish, Iowa State College economist. OPENING DANCE Wed., Apr. 24 "CEC" TURNER and his Orchestra Sat., April 27 EARL HUNT and his Old and New Time Band 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 PUBLIC SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my home in west Postville, on Saturday, April 20 Sale beginning at 1:00 o'clock, p. m. 9x12 Rug; 9x9 Linoleum Rug; Studio Couch, prewar construction; Arm Chair to match; Vanity Dresser and Bench; Chest of Drawers; Commode; Clothes Hamper; Crosley Radio, table model; Two Rocking Chairs; Arm Chair; Three-Quarter Size Bed, with Springs and Mattress; Singer Sewing Machine, in perfect condition; Breakfast Set; Six Odd Straight Chairs; Oak Dish Cupboard; Electric Flat Iron; Electric Toaster; Three-Burner Ivanhoe Oil Stove; Two Burner Oven, nearly new; Perfection Oil Heater; Kerosene Lamp; Floor Lamp and Other Lamps; Extension Cord, 15-foot; Twenty- foot Hose, with Spray Nozzle; Foot Stool; Hall Tree; Magazine Rack; Kitchen Work Table; Kraut Cutter; Meat Grinder; Kitchen Utensils; Dishes; Fruit Jars; Six-foot Step Ladder; Spading Fork; Two Saws; and other useful articles, Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell Eaton Waters, Auct. Citizens State Bank, Clerk 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 Kicker'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 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 dogs 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 clogs not licensed by July 1 shall be summarily executed, according to our Ordinances. I ask your hearty cooperation. M. C. Dee ring MAYOR OP TOWN OF J^OSTVIIAE

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