Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 22, 1946 · Page 6
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FACE MX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTYILLE. IOWA. ountfij denes LUANA ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul W. Adlx, Pastor. Sunday. May 2(>—9:30. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. Thursday—1:30. p. m.. Ladies' Aid. Monday' May 27—S:30 a. m.. Daily vacation Bible School will begin. Henry Gislcson is still at the hospital in Decorah and his condition is about the same. Mrs. Herman Gruel has been under a doctor's care since Thursday, but is somewhat improved at the time of this writing. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz and baby were Sunday guests of their grandmother. Mrs. Amelia Moritz, in the Harold Moritz home at Clermont. Mrs. Clyde Hinman and daughters. Norma and Shirley, spent Thursday in Cedar Rapids shopping and visiting in the home of Mrs. Hinman's sister. Mrs Hensley. Mr. and Mrs. Ivan McGuire of Cedni" Rapids were Friday overnight guests in the home of her mother. Mrs. Anna Genu Sandra Lou and Wanda Lea McGuire. who spent the past week with their grandmother, returned home with their parents Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz. with her mother. Mrs. Margaret KIuss, of Postville. autoed to Columbus Junction Friday for an overnight visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welzel. and also attended the commencement exercises. Their niece and granddaughter. Shirley Welzel. was a member of the graduating class. FRANKVILLE I Frankrtlle School Noles. The following pupils of the Primary department were neither absent nor tardy the final six weeks period: Jerry Wolfe. Gary Snitker, Gary Boltman and Gale Snitker. Lila Stegen. Elizabeth Kniger. Leslie Klepper. Jerry Wolfe. Gary' Snitker, Mary' Jean Schroeder. Linda Klepper and Paul Knecskcrn received 100*"r In their final spelling tests. During our school year we had 20 visitors. The Primary class read 17 prc-prim- ers and primers during the year. The tlrst grade read 16 primers and first readers. School closed May 17th and we feel we have had a very enjoyable year. The Primary room was in charge of Marian Brandt, teacher. The upper grades pupils having a perfect attendance record the last six weeks period arc Arlis Van Wey Darlene La Vellc, Lyle Willman and Howard Van Wey. The following pupils earned an A in the spelling test: Margaret Stegen Arlis Van Wey. Darlene LaVelle, Lyle Willman, Bonnie Schroeder. Evelyn Kruger and Marietta Van Wey. The eighth grade graduates are Lyle Willman. Darlene LaVelle. Margaret Ste gen. Arlis Van Wey, Carol Moore. John Broghammcr and Robert Broghammer School closed May 17 with a school picnic dinner at the school house. Amelia Teskey, teacher. the Pnnnmn Canal Zone to Join her husband, Corporal Robert A. LaVelle, who is presently stationed at the ordnance department in Coraznl, Panama. Mrs. Halvor Myren will be hostess at the next Willing Workers meeting to be held at the church, Thursday afternoon. May 23. Mrs. Nellie Spaun will lead devotions and Mrs. Arthur Ruen the program. Everyone is welcome. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Vickery and son, Leslie, Mrs. Mary Rcnne, Mr. and Mrs. James Pratt and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Wall and daughter, all of Waukon, enjoyed a picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niggon last Sunday, May 12. Mr. and Mps. Spencer Burnham and two children and Mrs. Stella Barkley of Janesville, Wis., arrived Saturday for a visit at the Dan Higgins home. Mr. Burnham and Mrs. Barkley returned home on Monday and Mrs. Burnham and the children remained for a week's visit. CAST ALIA OFFICIAL SONG. MARCH FOR IOWA CENTENNIAL There'll be music aplenty—and of ficial music, at that—as Iowa celebrates its Centennial year of statehood. Meredith Wilson's "Iowa"' has been chosen by the Centennial Committee as the official song of the celebration. Theme lines of this number are "Iowa, it's a beautiful name—when you say it like we say back home." It was only a day or two after the committee acted that a friendly little controversy arose over the grammar of those lines. Dr. Lewis Worthington Smith, 80. dean emeritus of the Drake University English department, wrote a letter to Rodney Q. Selby, secretary of the Iowa Development Commission. In scholarly terms, he pointed out that "like" should not be used as a "conjunctive adverb." Therefore, he pointed out, the phrase should be "When you say it as we say it back home." This prompted Mr. Selby to look into some recent books on language and write a jocular answer to Dean Smith. He found academic authority for his observation that "like" can be used in that way occasionally—in a popular song, for instance—even though it is grammatically not quite correct. Another musical number is being written especially for the Iowa celebration. It's a Centennial march, and the composer is Carl King, famous Fort Dodge bandmaster. Mrs. Estella Nierling of Waukon spent a few days at the home of Miss Jessie Meikle recently. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Teepe and family of Elma were Sunday dinner guests at the Dan Higgins home. Mr. and Mrs. John Teepe of Floyd spent Saturday night and Sunday, May 12. at the Dan Higgins home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niggon are {h parents of twin boys- born at Waukon hospital on Sunday night. May 19. Mr. and Mrs. James Drew and Jim ie of Decorah were Mother's Day uno €MT «noino i QUIA cuiLDfeen iK5njoft.ee w TUC IOM> CWLO weir AM UUAUM nation SATISFACTION HELPS THE CHILD TO LEARN. When Mary was two, she was in terested in trying to button her own clothes. Therefore her mother decided it was time for her to learn to dress herself. So her mother explained to Mary how it should be done. She did a lot of talking to the child. But Mary's fingers were awkward and sometimes she would put a button in the wrong hole. Mother would swoop down with little chirpings. "Oh, my no ! This will never do. Let mother show you how." Then mothe Hand-Meyer Wedding. A single-ring ceremony was read for Miss Wanda Mac Hand and J'fc. Gene E. Meyer Sunday evening. May 12. when they were married in the First Methodist church in West Union. The bride is the daughter of Mr. ami Mrs. David Hand of West Union and Pfe. Meyer is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Meyer of Castalia. Officiating was the Rev. Sterling B. Baldwin. Nuptial music was furnished by Mrs. S. Crowe and William Filer. The bride wore a shell pink dress trimmed in gold. Her corsage was of pink rosebuds and lilies of the valley ind she carried a white Bible. Attorni­ ng the couple were Miss Meni.im land of Oelwein. sister of the bride, ind Leon Everman. cousin of the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the home of the bride's parents. After a short wedding trip, the couple will go to Camp Elliott, San Diego. Calif., where Pfe. Meyer is stationed. On Friday evening. May 17. a show er-dance was given in their honor in the Castalia hall. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kobriger and Sharrol of Clermont and Mrs. Elsie Kobriger and Daniel were supper guests at the Elmer Hager home, celebrating Mrs. Hager s niversary. On Monday evening birthday nn- the following WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1M8. motored to Prnlrle du Chlcn, wis., to help Louis Knmp celebrate his birth, day: Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Cmtcn ol Postvllle, Mrs. Sophia Balrd of Seattle Wash., Mrs. Lena Perry, Vloln Knmp', Irene Kamp, Cloy Timmermtm and! Mr. and Mrs. Will Tlmmernvin. 111.. the 11:001 the United| HUNTING AND FISHING EXPERT LAUDS IOWA On Sunday, April 28, Bill Wolf, columnist for the Philadelphia Record in Pennsylvania wrote. "After a mere matter of writing to the Fish and Game Commissions of 48 states and the provinces of Canada, I'm in a position to answer any reasonable questions about fishing and hunting outside Pennsylvania. It's interesting to note the great difference in the attention paid to fish and game by the states. After looking over pounds of literature, I'd say the most progressive states are Maine, Iowa, Illinois, Wash ington, Alabama. Michigan, Oklahoma and Texas." dinner guests at the Edna Bollman home. Mrs. Frank Niggon of Rochester. Minn., is spending a few days at the home of her son, Edwin Niggon and family. Mrs. June Monroe and Mrs. Leslie Allen went to Oakdale on Thursday morning for a visit with Mrs. Clifford Hughes at the sanitarium. Robert Maston of Dubuque University had charge of church services here last Sunday. May 12. and was calling on friends Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Storet of Washington. D. C, are visiting at the home of the latter's sister and brother-in- law. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brouillet. Mrs. Dan Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Dean Kneeskern and Daniel Russett homes in Calmar. Mrs. Hans Stegen accompanied Mrs Otto Hager on a trip to Cedar Rapids Wednesday where she visited her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen. Mrs. Alwin Walby and Doris, ac companied by their guests, went to Hampton Saturday for a visit at the George M. Waters home, returning on Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Peck and the latter's mother, Mrs. Mary Maiwald, of near Talahassee, Florida, arrived Friday evening for a few days visit at the Alwin Walby home. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Manthey of Merrill Wis., spent a few days at the Fred Brouillet home and visited friends around town. Mr. Manthey was former garage operator here. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Niggon and Earl, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Niggon and Rita Renne spent Thursday evening at the home of Mrs. Mary Renne in Waukon. Rita remained for a few days visit. Mrs. Nellie Spaun, Mrs. Esther Van Wey and Ronnie, Miss Sarah Miller, Jessie Meikle and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern attended a ladies aid meeting at the home of Mrs. Daniel Russett in Calmar Thursday. Mrs. Robert LaVelle of Rossville left May 20 by plane from Chicago for Bob Coon — for — County Attorney CLAYTON COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY — JUNE 3 McGregor Attorney Since 1938 Vet U. S. Navy, World War II—3 Years GET YOUR Baby Chick STARTER FEED - - at - - MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postvllle, Iowa proceeded to button up the dress or coat for Mary. As time passed, Mary did not improve. She was more backward in dressing herself than her little cousin Jean. This distressed her mother, and she increased her explaining and demonstrating. "No, darling don't pull your dress all out of shape; just to fasten two little buttons. And. darling, don't you see—take the little red button in this hand. Put our thumb right here. Now take this finger and push it right through this hole." Finally both mother and Mary gave up in disgust. Every child goes through a stage hen he likes to try to fasten his buttons and zippers, and tie his shoe laces. Therefore, the mother was wise make use of Mary's interest in teaching her to dress herself. But she criticised too much and gave Mary too much help. The child finds satisfaction in trying to do things for himself. He likes free hand to experiment and learns through his mistakes as well as his successes. More encouragement and less prodding would help Mary to learn faster. Furthermore, it never pays to push a child, although her cousin, Jean, may be ahead of her in learning. Honor Rev. Merrill. Rev. J. W. Merrill of Girard. 111., Baptist pastor, preached o'clock sermon here in Brethren church Sunday. Rev. Merrill was born here 75 years ago and in his honor friends and relatives gathered at the church where after services a picnic dinner was held in the church parlors. Rev. Merrill left for Grand Rapids. Mich., where he will attend the Baptist convention. On May 12. he gave the Baccalaureate address in Hartington. Nebr., where he had lived for some years. Those from a distance who attended the gathering here were: Mrs. J. B. Schermerhorn of Minneapolis: Mr. and Mrs. Guy Bingham, Rockford, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Will Beard and sons. William and James, Mr. and Mrs. Franklin Beard and son. Philip. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Baker and Kendall and Clara Jane, Mr. and Mrs. W. F. Baker and Bess Beard, all of Decorah; the Misses Flora and Angeline Davis and Mr. and Mrs. Horace H. Smith of Monona: Mr. and Mrs. John Windell, of Paradise. California. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Melnecke, Pastor. Services for Sunday. May 2t'—9'30 a. m.. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m. Morning Worship. • Daily vacation Bible school. Monday. May 27 at 8:45 a. m. Registration begins at 8:30 a. m. Opening service will be held at the church every morning. After services the school will be held at the public school house. The Brotherhood family day will be held for the members and their families Thursday. May 23. at the Stone House. League convention at Ames. July 30 to August 4. The delegate from our League is Lolita Buddenberg and alternate is Marian Mundt. Communion services on June 9. at 7:45 p. m. Announcements will be received from June 2 to June 9. SEVENTY YEARS. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Owens of Mount Vernon recently celebrated their 70th wedding anniversary, with all of their nine children, ranging in age from 52 to 69 years, being present. Seventy years of wedlock must be pretty close to the record. DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa DECORATION DAY jThur.,May30j Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen of Moline, 111., were weekend guests of his father, Ray Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ihde and family of Monona were Sunday guests in the Will Schavo home. Duane Christofferson of Dubuque spent the weekend with his grandmother, Mrs. Cora Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and daughters and Mrs. Frank Jones of Decorah called at the Melvin Stee home Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harvey, Jerry and Dennis of Decorah spent the weekend in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey. Rev. and Mrs. John Vagts of Donnel, Minn., visited Rev. L. R. Mcincckc on Monday. Rev. Vagts and Rev. Meinecke were classmates at the Dubuque Seminary. Rev. and Mrs. C. P. Ringhand and family of Bellevuc visited Rev. L. R. Meinecke Sunday afternoon while en- route to Rochester, Minn., where he expects to enter the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and son, Leonard, Mrs. Anna Brouillet and Duane Christofferson, the latter of Dubuque, attended a family reunion at the Norman Vick home Sunday near Calmar. — Music By — RALPH VICTOR and his Orchestra Old and New Music j Wed., May 29 j \ —— Music By — 2 JACK COLE and his VSA Orchestra COMING— THURS., MAY 23—Skipper Berg WEO., JUNE 6—LYNN KERNS Coming to the Waukon Fairgrounds Pavilion THURS., JUNE 13—CARL BEAN Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat, May 25 WILL THORPE and his Orchestra OPEN EVENINGS TUESDAY through SATURDAY We Feature BAR-B-QUE RIBS and SANDWICHES FORNEY & LOFTUS, Props. HERE TO SERVE YOU... GROCERIES DRY GOODS HARDWARE TANKAGE MEAT SCRAPS LINSEED MEAL Wapsie Valley Feeds Castalia General Store II. S. MacMILLAN, Prop. Eggs Taken For Cash or For Trade TO THE REPUBLICAN VOTERS OF ALLAMAKEE COUNTY: I am a candidate for the nomination of STATE REPRESENTATIVE from Allamakee County, Iowa, on the Republican ticket, subject to the will of the voters at the Primary Election, June 3, 1946. Your support will be appreciated. C. A. PALMER ELMER PIEPER Republican Candidate for Nomination as State Representative Allamakee County Primary Election, June 3, 1946

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