Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 29, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 29, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 19K guntfu LUANA ST. JOHN 'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul W. Adix, Pastor. Sunday. June 2—9:30. Sunday School nnd Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. Thursday evening— 8:00. Ascension Day Service. CASTALIA Mrs. Linda Radach spent Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sam Olvis nt Farmersburg. Rudy Uandt of Owatonna. Minn., visited his sister. Alma Landt. Wednesday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Rasmusson of Britt were Tuesday overnight guests in the home of her brother, Ben Krambeer. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence RadlofT and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown left Saturday night on a fishing trip up in northern Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adix and daughter of Alden. Minn., were weekend guests in the home, of their son and brother. Rev. Paul Adix. Mrs. Louis Wagner spent the weekend with her daughter. Doris Wagner, at Chicago and attended the doubleheader White Sox baseball game Sunday. May 19. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilster of Monona. Mrs. Liziie Frederick and daughter. Mrs. Anna Dahlstrom of Farmersburg. spent Wednesday evening in the home of Mrs. Minnie Collins. Lt. and Mrs. Elmer M. Welsch of Washington. D. C. Mr. and Mrs. B. G. Franck and daughters. Ann aijd Jean, of Quasquetan were Wednesday guests in ihe Clyde W. Hinman home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kluss and Cheri spent Sunday in Des Moines in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Lewis. Cheri remained to spend the summer with her mother. Mrs. Lewis. Miss Emma Ziegler of Monona and Miss Caroline Overbeck were dinner guests Tuesday in the home of Mrs. Dora Ziegler. and in the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Roy Tapper of Monona were callers in the Mrs. Ziegler home. Mrs. August Doerring and Mrs. Harry Koth of Kenosha. Wis., were Tuesday guests in the home of their sister. Mrs. Minnie Collins, they being called here by the death of their brother, Louis Krambeer. at Postville. Clyde W. Hinman and daughter. Norma, went to Cedar Rapids Sunday, bringing home Mrs. Hinman and Shirley, who had been there since Thursday where Shirley submitted to an operation on her eye Friday at the St. Luke's hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg, Caroline Overbeck and Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter decorated graves of relatives with flowers at Clayton Center. Garnavillo and Ceres Sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the Ceres park. They I also spent a few hours at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krabmeer and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and daughters went to Medford. Minn., on Saturday for an overnight visit in the Wm. Landt home. They also attended the silver wedding anniversary of their niece and cousin, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hanson near Albert Lea, Minn., Sunday and returned home Sunday night. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Mclnccke, Pastor. Services Sunday June 2 — Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Worship service at 10:30 a. in. The Ladies' Aid will meet June 6 with Mrs. Henry Mundt and Mrs. Milton Birdsell as hostesses. Next Sunday. June 2. there will be a special meeting of the voting members of Zion Lutheran congregation to decide on the matter of purchasing a new organ. All voting members please be present. Our annual Luther League picnic will be held on Sunday evening, June 2. at the state park in West Union. All leaguers desiring to attend are asked to meet at the church by 6:30 p. m.. so that we might work our transportation. Leaguers are asked to bring 25 cents to cover cost of the evening. The committee requests that everyone come to the park before the appointed time, so we are meeting here at the church at 6:30 p. m. and going in a body. Our next communion service will be Sunday evening, June 9, at 7:45 p. m. Announcements will be received next Sunday and the following Sunday, June 9. A public supper will be given in our church parlors on the evening of June 4. Mrs. Kipp and committee are in charge. Serving will commence at 5:00 p. m. until all are served. Price is 50 cents per plate. Tell your friends and invite them to the supper. Tickets will be sold in vestibule of church and patrons will wait in church proper until their number is called. Sarah Schopp: Mr. and Mrs, Harold Schild ai\d Doris, Mrs. Vernon Schultz, Jane and Larry and Mrs. Fred Lelthold all of La Crosse; Mrs. Sarah Schopp and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean of Castalia. The following Leaguers attended the Luther League rally at Hawkeye Sunday evening: Rev. L. R. Meineeke, Darlene Szabo, Zonna Stee, Betty Schutte. Robert Hager. Eugene Schroe- derder nnd Arthur Meyer. The Rev. Meineeke was speaker for the evening, his topic being "Now Is The Time." Neighbors pleasantly surprised Mrs. Sarah Schopp Monday evening celebrating her birthday anniversary. Those present were: Mrs. Ed Mann, Mrs. Vernon Kamp, Mrs. Will Timmerman. Mrs. Will Schave, Mrs. Walter Schultz, Mrs. Melvin Stee, Mrs. Will Kamp, Mrs. Elsie Kobriger and Mrs. Lena Perry. , Mrs. Clifford Stee's Sewing Circle Unit, met at the home of Mrs. Otto Schweinefus Friday afternoon, with the following members present: Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus and Roma, Mrs. Everett Schultz and Gloria. Mrs. Henry Koenig, Mrs. Clifford Stee and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. FRANKVILLE By Iowa State College Garden Specialist. BURY POTATO CULLS TO PREVENT LATE BLIGHT In cutting the seed and cleaning out the storage cellar for this year's potato planting there probably has been an accumulation of partly spoiled potatoes which have been culled for one reason or another. Such potatoes should be destroyed, says D. M. Cole, Iowa State College plant pathologist. Late blight often starts in a field from infected tubers in a cull pile. The time to avoid trouble from this source is now. The cull pile should be buried deeply. Zonna Stee spent last week at the Frank Jones home near Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave spent last Sunday in the Virgil Schave home at Giard. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Stee of Clermont spent Sunday evening in the Melvin Stee home. John Haefner of Marshalltown spent the weesend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie spent the weekend in the R. S. Burrett home at Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Miner and son. John, of Waterloo spent last weekend in the Clifford Sphar home. Pvt. Richard Lampman of Virginia visited his father, Lafe Lampman, returning to his station on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Raulson and sons of West Union spent Sunday afternoon at the Clifford Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Arno Engelhardt home near Postville. Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lloyd and Mrs. Clifford Sphar and Patsy spent Tuesday in the Mrs. John O'Brien home at Marquette. Roy Hunter of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Leuenberger and family of Fort Atkinson were guests in the Del Downing home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Losen and David of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Doubek of Calmar spent Sunday evening at the home of Clifford Sphar. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., Geneva, Arthur and Lyle, returned home Friday after a week's vacation at Sioux Look Out, Ontario, Canada. Mrs. Will Schave received the sad news of the sudden death of her brother, Martin Fischer, of Janesville, Wisconsin. He was formerly of Castalia. Sandra Schave of Clermont is staying at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave. and Mardella Blumhagen of Decorah with her grandfather, Will Meyer, while attending vacation Bible school here. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen, Mrs. Delia Winn and Mrs. Hattie Stanley, all of Cedar Rapids, spent the weekend with Mrs. Edna Winn and with Mr. Stegen's parents at Frankville. Mrs. Delia Winn remained for a week's visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schopp entertained the following guests Sunday in honor of the latter's mother, Mrs. Because bush lima beans are the most sensitive of all beans, their planting should be delayed until soil and weather are warm. That normally means close to the first of June, Dusting the seed with a protectant and disinfectant dust before planting usually will insure good stands of seed lings. Henderson Bush lima is a de pendable variety for Iowa. Iowa State College horticulturists recommend planting the seeds about six inches apart. While pole lima beans are not well adapted for Iowa condi tions. pole snap beans commonly yield much more than the bush beans. STUDIES SHOW MILK CAN BE REDUCED FOR CALVES It is not too late to set out cabbage and broccoli plants. If transplants have been injured or killed, new plants may still be set out. And the next few weeks are a good time to be setting out tomatoes, peppers and eggplants. It's a good practice in setting out plants to water with a "starter solution." Any of the complete^ chemical garden fertilizers may be used. Dissolve about three tablespoonfuls in a gallon of water, stir well and allow the solution to stand several hours before using. Water each plant with a cupful of the solution at time of setting. Keep an eye open for the first squash bugs. Pick and kill them before they have much opportunity to lay eggs. Place boards near the squash plants and turn the boards over early in the morning. Kill the bugs you find there. When the young nymphs are seen, apply spray to their bodies. Use one tablespoonful of nicotine sulfate in one gallon of soapy water. This will not kill the adults, however. PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of L. C. Krambeer, Deceased late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and that June 24. 1946, has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (SEAL) seal of said Court this 28th day of May, 1946. O. H. Fossum, Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M. Lemme, Deputy. Burling & Palas, Attorneys for Estate. Bob Coon for — County Attorney CLAYTON COUNTY REPUBLICAN PRIMARY — JUNE 3 McGregor Attorney Since 1938 Vet. V. 8. Navy, World W»r II—3 Years DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa Wed., June 5 Music By LYNN KERNS and his Orchestra COMING- WED., MAY 28— JACK COLE THURS., MAY 30—Ralph Victor WED., JUNE 12— Les Hartmann Coming to the Waukon Fairgrounds Pavilion THURS., JUNE 13—CARL BEAN Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Jerry were fishing at New Albin Sunday. Mrs. Mabel Waters was a visitor at the home of Mrs. Harriet Lelchford in Waukon Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors at the Hans Stegen home. Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe accompanied Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Ambrose on a trip to Cresco last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Powell and family were Sunday evening visitors at the Alwin Walby home. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ruen and family of Decorah were Sunday visitors at the George Allen home. Clifford Hughes and son. Dirk, went to Oakdale Thursday to visit Mrs. Hughes at the sanitarium. Leon Letchford returned home Sunday morning, having been discharged from navy services in the Pacific. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Leas in Waterloo last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen went to Waukon Sunday where they visited Mrs. Guy Hcadington and the new baby boy at the hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Knceskorn of Calmar and Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Lee of near Decorah were callers at the Roy Kneeskern home Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Peck and Mrs. Maiwald of Tallahassee, Tenn.. returned from a visit in St. Paul and are visitors at the Alwin Walby home. Dennis Dean and David Lee are the names chosen for the twin sons born to Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nigon at Waukon hospital on Monday morning. May 20. The barn raising at the Alwin Walby home was attended by about thirty men. On account of weather conditions the raising will be resumed at a later time. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vokes and family and Donald Sullivan, all of Milwaukee arrived Monday night for a week's visit at the Hans Stegen and Lee Sullivan homes. Rev. and Mrs. Frerking of the Betheny Home in Dubuque were in charge of church services here Sunday and then motored to West Union to visit their son and family. M_rs. Nellie Spaun attended the luncheon given for the Gold Ttar mothers by the Legion Auxiliary at the Winneshiek hotel in Decorah at noon on Thursday. May 23. Edwin Nigon motored to the Frank Nigon home near Rochester. Minn.. Sunday morning to visit his parents and bring home his little son. Ear! who spent a week with his grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Sullivan of Cres co. and Master Sgt. and Mrs. Lynn Potter of Washington. D. C. were Sunday visitors at the Lee Sullivan home. Sgt. Potter has just returned from China. Miss Sarah Miller, Mrs. Nellie Spaun, Mrs. Walter Van Wey and Miss Jessie Meikle attended funeral services at the Postville funeral home on Friday for Miss Ida Smith, a former Frankville resident. Children's day will be observed at the Community church here on Sunday. June 9, there will be no preaching services, the entire program and services will be in charge of the children. An invitation is extended for all members and friends to attend. Mrs. Anne Broghammer, Mrs. Nellie Spaun, Mrs. Mabel Higgins and Miss Sarah Miller attended a convention and. luncheon of the Womens Federated Clubs of Winneshiek county held in Ossian on Wednesday, May 22. A one o'clock luncheon was served in the Lutheran church parlors. A talk on cancer control was given by Dr. H. H. Ennis of Decorah and an illustrated talk, "Present Day Challenge to Free Enterprise," by Miss Clara Frenzel of Waterloo. Iowa State College dairymen recommend the "limited milk" plan for feeding dairy calves as one of the best ways to conserve needed milk supplies. Calf studies made at the college show that calves will do as well .on grain and limited milk as they will on so-called milk substitutes or gruels. Their advice to dairy farmers is to feed calves the best available grain, starting the feeding just as soon ns the calves are Interested. The milk tioti can be cut down every few and by the time the calves arc eat! from two to three pounds of grain th* milk probably can be climinntcd T tircly. A poor-dping calf mnv n " the milk ration longer than others The dairymen suggesj the foil,, ' grain ration for the wcaned"^'^ four parts of ground corn ' ts: cob meal, " r ™m and two parts of Krolmd 0 ™ two parts of bran and one Part o| sov . bean or linseed meal plus u, H . DCfrm( salt. In addition, the calves shoi get some grass or legume hay. NO PLACE TO GO? Burglars with, apparently, no better place to go, broke into a septic tank at Alta last week. They crossed over the cat-walks" over the septic pools and opened a sewer gate. Marshall Geary is puzzled; not so much as to who did it, but why they did it. Off hand, a septic tank seems like a. reasonably poor place to spend one's spare time. Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat., June 1 DEL BROWN and his Orchestra OPEN EVENINGS TUESDAY through SATURDAY We Feature BAR-B-QUE RIBS and SANDWICHES I DANCE! MATTERS ! BA L L R O O M | Decorah, Iowa Wed., May 29 | JIMMY SMITH AND HIS ORCHESTRA j Sat.. June 1 I LES HARTMANN and the Iowa Cornliuskers FORNEY & LOFTUS, Props. . Wed., June 5 BACK AGAIN/ f&ES AlWAY<> Q0)i) * AHONUW THI'j YIAH - Bnnn THAN FV VOTE FOR Roland Herman Republican Candidate for Member of the Board of Supervisors Allamakee County Term Commencing January 1, 1947 Now filling office by appointment. Your Vote and Support Will Be Appreciated. Edward L ZUPKE Republican Candidate for SHERIFF ALLAMAKEE COUNTY Your Vote and Support at the Primaries on June 3 Will Be Appreciated 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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