Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 12, 1946 · Page 6
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PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. gunth) dencB LUANA Brown-Dankcrt Wedding. Miss Betty Brown, oldest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown of Luana. and Kenneth Dankert of Cedar Rapids, were married by Rev. Bamford on Sunday. June 2. at 2:30 p. nv. at the First Evangelical church in Cedar Rapids. Their attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Huston, sister and brother-in- law of the bridegroom. The bride wore a white suit and hat. cocoa brown pumps and a corsage of red roses. Mrs. Huston wore a black suit, white hat. black pumps and a corsage of yellow roses and pink carnations. The bride is a graduate of Luana consolidated schools and has been employed by the Northwestern Bell Telephone Co.. Cedar Rapids. The bridegroom was in service four years and is now employed in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert came Thursday for a weekend visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Saturday night a large crowd attended a wedding dance in the opera house in their honor and Sunday her parents entertained 58 FRANKVILLE CASTALIA 7.ION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Mcincekr, Pastor. Children's day service at the Zion Lutheran on next Sunday. Sunday School at 9:00 a. m.. and the program at 10:00 a. m. The children of the daily vacation bible school will present a program of songs and recitations. There will be an exhibit of art work in the church parlors following the morning service. The annual church picnic will be held after the services at the Stone House. All members of the congregation arc invited. There was a large attendance at the first church supper sponsored by Mrs. Fred Kipp and committee last Tuesday evening. Members of Zion Lutheran voted to purchase a new pipe organ for the church at a special meeting of the voting members on Sunday. June 2. It is hoped this organ can be installed by Christmastime. The Iowa District of Lutheran Brotherhoods of the American Lutheran Church met in convention at Charles City June 8 and 9. Fred Ev- crman and Harold Meyer were the official delegates from the local Brother- guests at dinner which was served in hood. Those attending the banquet on Walby Shower. A large crowd of relatives and friends were In attendance to greet Mr. and Mrs. Lelnnd Walby at the shower given for them at the Community church Friday evening, following their return from a honeymoon trip to Clear Lake and other points in that locality. A program was carried out following a "Welcome" recitation by Jerry Wolfe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe. The program included a' "Tom Thumb" wedding with the children participating: a solo by Mrs. Thomas Crawford. "Always": a pantomime, "A Day on the Farm"; a piano solo by Marian Brandt"; a novelty skit. "Courting Peggy Jane." by Louis Powell and his daughter, Mildred Powell: song by Roger and Mildred Powell; piano solo by Jean Douglass of Postville; song by Kathryn and Elaine Ruen; solo by Herman Baalson of Waukon. At the close of the program Mr. and Mrs. Walby proceeded to unwrap the many gifts presented to them, after which everyone was Invited Into the dining room where refreshments were served and a social hour was enjoyed with the newlyweds. the opera house by the Methodist Ladies' Aid. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brown and Kay of Castalia: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Mielke and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hawkins of Sixteen; Mr. and Mrs. Wray Brown. Marilyn and Jeannie of Clinton: Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown and James. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and June and Rose, and Mrs. Mary Brown of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adney and family of Bridgeport. Wis.: Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schierholz and family of Monona: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Wilkins. Bonnie and Curtis of Irish Ridge: Mr. and Mrs. Lee Wilkins and Keith of Cherry Mound; Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Wilkins and Roney. Mrs. Laura Wilkins and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkins of Monona: Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Wilkins and family of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert of Cedar Rapids: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Melcher of Waukon. and Miss Elaine Ball of Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eppcns of Calmar were supper guests of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Staley. Sunday in the Harley Gossman home. Saturday evening besides the delegates were Herbert Schroeder. Clifford Stee, Carlaus Meyer, William Timmerman. Earlo Corlett, Merle Stee and Rev. L. R. Meinecke. ST. JOHN 'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Paul W. Adlx. Pastor. Sunday. June 16—No Sunday School. 10:00, Children's Day service. 12:00. Congregation picnic. Thursday—8:00 p. m.. Choir practice. Monday. June 17—8:00 p. m., Brotherhood meeting. Arthur H. Berg and Ben F. Overbeck left Sunday night on a few days business trip to Pipestone, Minn. Alan Moritz recently purchased a lot from Rudy Bugenhagen next to the John Martins property and plans to erect a new house. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dahlstrom of Whitehall. Wis., visited in the Charles Landt. Harvey Landt and Elmer Landt homes the past week. Mrs. Elizabeth Eggert of Postville is spending several days in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer. A 9 lb. and 6 oz. baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Owen Snively on June 4 at the hospital at West Union. She has been named Barbara Ellen. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert spent the weekend in the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Engelhardt at Moline. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz and Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt were Sunday evening dinner guests in the Ralph Schrader home at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Overbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Wistrick and sons, Bruce and Keith, of Elkader were Sunday evening callers in the Arthur H. Berg home. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller and sons and Mrs. Elizabeth Eggert of Postville, Mrs. Reka Jacobi, Henry Kram beer, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and daughter, Robert Krambeer and Eugene Collins were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Donna Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palas, Mr. and Mrs. Charley Schutte and daughter, Doris, Mrs. Mary Knuth and Caroline Overbeck were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Amanda Knuth. In the afternoon Mr. and Mrs. Ben Palas, Mrs. Ida Kling and Mrs. Louise McGonigle of Monona were callers in the Knuth home. . Ralph Haefner of Chicago is visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave were Sunday dinner guests at the Glen Schave home near Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. John Wendell spent Wednesday in the Henry Luenberger home at Fort Atkinson. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Timmerman of Rochester, Minn., visited at the Will and Arno Timmerman homes a few- days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Hunter and daughter of Michigan, and Mr. and Mrs. Rob Bond of Wadena visited at the Del Downing home on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koenig and Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Larson went to Luana Monday evening to help Mrs. Lawrence Stadtmiller celebrate her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Wilson. Jr., and Mr. and Mrs. Bob Wilson of New Hartford, and Mr. and Mrs. Len Downing of McGregor spent Sunday at the Del Downing home. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith of Janesville, Wis., came Friday night for a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Jimmy Snyder, who has been visiting in the Smith home, returned here with them. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda went to Oxford, Wis.. Sunday to visit in the Roy Schroeder and Cadwell Lloyd homes. They also enjoyed a trip through the Wisconsin Dells. Mrs. Ernest Schweinefus was hostess to Mrs. Clifford Stee's sewing circle unit Friday afternoon with the following present: Mrs. Henry Koenig, Mrs. John Kluss, Mrs. Damond Meyer, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mrs. Clifford Stee Mrs. Everett Schultz and Gloria, Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and Mrs. Otto Schweinefus. Norma and Shirley. Mrs. Will Schave was hostess to Mable Schweinefus' sewing circle unit Wednesday afternoon. Members present were Mrs. Will Kamp, Mrs. Valder Meyer, Mrs. Ralph Schultz, Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mrs. Will Timmerman, Mrs. H. L. Meyer. Mrs. Lena Perry and the Misses Viola Kamp and Mable Schweinefus. Visitors were Mrs. Clarence Schave, Judy and Carol of Monona, Mrs. Glen Pixler and Kathleen of Postville, and Mrs. Glen Schave, Sandra and Mary of Clermont. Mrs. C. B. Schopp entertained the M. C. A. class at her home on Thursday. Members present were Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Reuben Monroe, Mrs. Herman Reckward, Mrs. Mae Stendel, Mrs. Chester Perry, Mrs. Arno Timmerman, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Harold Harvey and Janet, Mrs. Hal Rawson and Madalyn, Mrs. Ruby Peckham, Mrs. George Schultz, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Johnny and Jean, Mrs. Earl Bachelder, Mrs. Blake Albright and Pamela, Mrs. Harry Harvey and Mrs, Elmer Hager. Guests were Mrs. Cora Harvey, Mrs. Dorothy Rear and Nan cy, and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. The Frankvlllc community is sorry to hear of the illness of their mail carrier, Harvey Christoffcrson, who is steadily improving at Postville hos- pitnl. COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS. Regular Meeting Town Council. June 7, 1!UM. 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, 1846. O. H. Fossum, Clerk of District Court. By Sylvia M, Lemme, Deputy. Burling & Palas, Attorneys for Estate. Darlenc LaVclle Is visiting relatives in Clermont for a few days. Con Hangartner was a visitor at the Walter VanWey home Sunday. Simon Grotegtit of the Ludlow locality is very ill at a hospital in La Crosse. The W. C. T. U. will meet with Mrs. Mabel VanWey on Thursday afternoon of this week. Miss Phillis,Renne of Waukon was a guest in the Edwin Nigon home Fri day and Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Jerry spent Sunday at the Francis Jagerson home in Freeport. Mrs. Jane Reed and Mrs. W. D. Wilson of Oclwein were Sunday visitors at the Sarah Miller home. Dan Higgins is spending a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Burnham in Janesville. Wis. Donald Steffens of Clermont was a dinner guest on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ashley LaVelle. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus and Mrs. Marshall Burns visited Mrs. Clifford Hughes at Oakdale last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kautman and family of Charles City were weekend visitors at the Fred Brouillet home. Mrs. Laura Renne and Mrs. Georgia Healy. both of Dubuque, were visitors at the Edwin Nigon home Saturday night and Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Evert and son. Clarence, of Lamont were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert. Max Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. K. W. Waters of Des Moines, is visiting at the Clarence Crabtree and Mrs. Nellie Spaun homes. Clarence Hagen of Janesville, Wis., spent a few days at the home of his mother, Mrs. Margaret Haugen. and his brother, Gerhard. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Stewart of Washington. D. C, returned here on Saturday for a brief visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brouillet. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern and family of Calmar and Henry Schultz. Sr., of Castalia, were callers at the Roy Kneeskern home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pfister and Adeline were among the Frankville people who attended the wedding dance Saturday night at Luana in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert. Mrs. Mae Miller of Decorah and her daughter, Mrs. Doris Erickson of Great Falls, Montana, were Thursday visitors at the Sarah Miller home and attended Ladies' Aid in the afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt left Saturday for Bruce, Wis., for a few days visit with her sister, Mrs. Lester Davis and family, and her mother, Mrs. Elsie Gordan. Luann Peck and Karen Brandt accompanied them. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters are accompanying Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozelka of Postville on a motor trip to Chicago, Washington, D. C, Niagara Falls and other eastern points. They expect to be away about two weeks. Mrs. Mabel Waters and Mrs. F, J. Ambrose left Sunday evening for .Schoolcraft, Mich., where they will visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Nolf Fletcher. Mrs. Fletcher is the former Lulu Letchford, a cousin of the Frankville women. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Nigon, Carl and the twins, David Lee and Dennis Dean, Mrs. Mary Renne and Rita Renne motored to Rochester, Minn., Sunday morning where the babies were baptized in the Catholic church and the day was spent at the parental Frank Nigon home near Rochester. S 12 33 25.00 .84 17.09 13.10 139.50 1.80 3.00 1.00 15.00 3690 7.20 Dance RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa Wed.,June 19 — Music By — BENNETT GRETEN Your Favorite Dance Band COMING—WED., JUNE 26 Moeller's Accordion Band The regular monthly meeting of the town council was hold June 7. 1940, at 7:30 o'clock P. M.. in tile council rooms. Memorial Hall, with Mayor M. C. Deering presiding. All the councilmen were present, except Glenn Olson. Others present were: Elilo Gerickc. marshal: H. A. Lange. waterworks superintendent: Otto Appel. street commissioner. The minutes of the regular meeting of May 3. 1946, were read and approved. On motion the monthly report of Joseph B. Steele. Clerk, was approved. On motion the monthly report of L. O. Boucher, Treasurer, was approved. On motion monthly reports of H. A. Lange. Eldo Gericke and Otto Appel were approved. The following bills wore then allowed: General Fund: W. S. Darlcy Co.. badges League of Iowa Municipalities. annual dues Hall Robert's Son. seed Postville Herald, publications Harper Brush Works, brushes Eldo Gericke, salary Eldo Gericke, telephone calls H. C. Lawson. labor Ralph LaVelle. signs State Supt. of Printing, 1946 Code Joseph B. Steele, salary, postage office supplies George Bursell. labor Sewer Fund: Interstate Power Co.. sewer pumping S 2.24 Hoth Bros., supplies 134.93 John L. Gregg Co.. supplies ... 38.55 Water Fund: Interstate Power Co.. lights pump house S 1.02 Badger Meter Co., supplies 39.96 A. P. Smith Mfg. Co.. supplies 14.94 National Aluminate Co., supplies H. A. Lange. postage and expre Fred G. Lange. labor H. A. Lange, salary Otto Appel. salary Citizens State Bank, withholding tax 30.20 Interstate Power Co.. pumping 139.49 Grading and Dragging Fund: Falb Motor Co.. repairs S 8 11 John Burrows, salary 115 00 Cook's Service Station, gas and oil 11.92 Memorial Hall Fund: Interstate Power Co.. lights $ 1.39 Light Fund: Interstate Power Co., street lights $ 84.69 Fire Fund: Mine Safety Appliances Co., supplies $ 10.60 On motion applications with bonds and fees attached for Class "B" beer licenses from Rima Bros, and N. F. Thoma, and Class "C" beer license from Ed F. Schroeder were approved and licenses ordered issued. On motion applications for cigarette licenses from Rima Bros., N. F. Thoma, Fred J. Thoma. Earl Abernethy, Earl Peake, Truman and Mildred Overeen. Emil Schultz, Douglass Pharmacy, and John D. Brueckner, with bonds and fees attached were approved and licenses ordered issued. On motion Marr. Green, and Opper. engineers, Chicago, Illinois, were authorized to make preliminary survey of needed improvements on sanitary sewer system and disposal plant. On motion Mayor and Clerk were authorized to enter into lease with Lloyd Schultz for additional dump ground space. On motion meeting adjourned. JOSEPH B. STEELE, Town Clerk. M. C. DEERING, Mayor. unoewTfinoine IOUJ A CMLD &An l»onsowo w THfc ion* OHIO WUfAfkt MWHCH STOTIOn | WEDNESDAY, JUNE «, JJ^ Convert trash Into cash in n Sell no-longer-neodcd-thing* Herald Want Ads. Coll No. ^ ill EXPLOSIONS OF TEMPER. 44 52 .51 27.00 131 60 143 80 How to behave those days is a problem. It puzzles parents as well as children. We have been taught for generations that we must sternly control our tem­ pers—alwuys. Now the books tell us that long and stern repression may finally end in unhappy explosions. Little irritations and big ones patiently bottled up inside of us, may reach the boiling point some day and spill over. At such times, we say the things which we regret afterward. Or a man may kick the dog because he would like to kick his wife. Or a mother may spank a child when she is actually longing to spank the father. If our repressions do not boil over, they may come out in another way—in driblets of nagging or petty fault finding or even hato. These wear down our own good nature and ruin the dispositions of those around us. Wc certainly do not wish to let fly with our temper every time we are annoyed. We have seen too many people who suffer from a habit of uncontrolled anger. How, then, shall wc behave, if we must neither repress our anger nor express it freely.' The book tell us that an occasional explosion may be a good safety valve. It clears the atmosphere as a thunder storm does. However, too many thunder storms will ruin the corn crop and too many explosions could wreck family life. Squarely facing the issue before our temper gets beyond control is recommended as a safe way out. It is a good plan to talk over our disagreements before they reach the boiling point. This plan is more effective than trying to ignore differences, or trying to forgive and forget them. Often it is the "forgiven" and "forgotten" misunderstandings which pile up and suddenly overflow in a disastrous Mood Doing something to remove our grouch may be better mental hygiene than either explosion or repression. I Dance | BIG-4 PAVILION : POSTVILLE ! Sat, June 15 — Music By — EARL HUNT and his Orchestra Much Iowa hay is cut too late for the best quality. Start cutting red clover when it's one-half in bloom and alfalfa when it's one-tenth to one-half in bloom. One of the best ways to cut down the bacteria count in milk and cream is to get those products in a cooling tank in a hurry. Milk or cream that remains warm spoils quickly. j Tue.,Junel8 • Music By . KENNY HOFER and his Orchestra limn WE HAVE Dr. Salsbury's Selective Weed-Kill SELECTIVELY KILLS BROAD-LEAF WEEDS MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postville, Iowi A trainload of DREAMS DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat, June 15 RAY ALTO and his Cowboy Serenaders DANCING Every Night Except Sunday and Monday BAR-B-QUED RIBS SANDWICHES COMING—SAT., JUNE 22 MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS Husband— "I wonder when you will learn to make bread like mother used to make." Wife—"Probably by the time you make the dough father used to make." iniuuiuimuinii;tntuiuiiuinuuHuunttiumn)iii)tnutijuui>])innunnmiiii.n DANCE MATTERS BA L L R O O M Decorah, Iowa Wed., June 12 HENRY CHARLES Stylists of sweet swing Sat., June 15 JOE DOAKES AND HIS BAND A WMT Favorite Wed., June 19 DON SHAW and his TROMBONEAIRES Now's the time for action—on your dream* of better living. Now you can actually start shopping for that model kitchen, with its full complement of work-saving appliances... for that new bathroom, with its smart new fixtures and ready hot water... for more efficient home heating, modern lighting, and all of the othet conveniences which add up to better living for your family. New home appliances are beginning to roll off production lines and into waiting freight cars for transportation to your community. That's where ROCK ISLAND plays a vital part ... because It takes the railroad, with special equipment and experienced manpower for heavy hauling, to move raw materials to the factories dnd deliver finished products to waiting customers. All along our 8000 miles of right-of-way, home-makers are waiting for these new things,.. and we're proud that ROCK ISLAND'S fast, efficient freight servlc* is helplnfl to make their dreams come true. For ihlpplng Information, oik your local Rock Wand Freight Agent or AddroM E. G. KUCERA, Commercial At* ui 20t-5th Ave. S. E., Cedar Rapid*, l«> w »' Phone 8118 ROCK ISLAND LINES THE ROAD OF PLANNED PRQOR85S

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