Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 26, 1946 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 26, 1946
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gunttij (frrifespondence LUANA Band Concert Friday. Friday evening of this week the Luana band will play its second summer concert under the direction of Preston Carr. The program is played from the bandstand, beginning about eight o'clock. The program following can be clipped from this paper for use as a guide in listening to the concert: Chorale: Rejoice O My Soul- Schumann. The Gayway. march—Lee. Fighting Irish, march—Griggs. Two Famous Waltzes — Waldteufel. The Skaters. Charming. Sun Maid, march—Lee. That's An Irish Lullaby—Shannon. Processional—Schmidt. Reminiscense of the Opera—Verdi. McGhee. march—Richards. Challenger, overture—DeLamater. Under the Big Top—Yoder. Port Conway, march—Richards. Star Spangled Banner. The concert given June 14 was attended by a good crowd and was well received. There were about 32 band players present. Many of the band members plan to take part in the Clayton county centennial celebration at National on July 4. where a county massed band concert is planned for afternoon and evening. CASTALIA M. C. A. Class Entertained. Mrs. George Schultz entertained the M. C. A. Class at her home Thursday. Members present were Mrs. Valder Meyer and Kelly. Mrs. Harold Harvey and Janet. Mrs. Blake Albright and Pamela. Mrs. Earl Anderson and Billy, Mrs. Charles Schopp. Mrs. Reuben Monroe, Mrs. Herman Reckward, Mrs. Ear! Bachelder. Mrs. Roy Schultz. Mrs. Harry Harvey. Mrs. Elmer Hager. Mrs. Mae Stendel and Mrs. Ruby Peckham. Attend Bible Camps. Betty Schroeder. Agnes Szabo. Arlene Engelhardt and Merle Meyer went to Clear Lake Sunday to attend Bible camp for a week. Rev. and Mrs. J. B. Haddock and Gwen Schultz, accompanied by Miss Ward, sister of Mrs. Haddock, left on Monday for Cedar Falls to spend a week at the Bible camp. Funeral for Mrs. Ewing. Funeral services were held here on Sunday afternoon for Mrs. John Ewing who passed nwny Friday, June 21, at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schutta. Rev. Ludwig of Postville officiated. Betty Kneeskern of Waukon ind Virgcan Letchford sang "Rock of Ages" and "Sometime We'll Understand." The pallbearers were. Otto Hughes, Halvor Myren, Walter Brandt, Arthur Brandt, Walter Pilgrim and Herman Schutta. Those from away attending were, Mr. and Mrs. Egbert Gaul and "*Mrs. Hattie Stangler of Mason City; Frank Ewing of Caledonia, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Davis, Mrs. Leona Rupp, Viola Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Ewing, all of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gipp, Ida Gipp, Mrs. Charles Ginapp, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Mundt, Ivanel Mundt, Mayme Gunderson, all of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta, Charles Hoth and Florence Hoth of Postville. ST. JOHN'S LUTHERAN CHURCn Paul W. Adls, Pastor. Sunday. June 30—9:30 a. m„ Sunday School and Bible class. 10:30, Confirmation and Holy Communion. Entcrains Sewing Circle. Mrs. Harold Meyer entertained Mrs. Walter Everman's sewing circle unit at her home on Thursday. Members present were Mrs. Fred Everman and Lois, Mrs. Millard Sampson. Mrs. Leslie Anderson. Janice and Lyle. Mrs. Walter Everman and Elaine, and the Misses Florence Meyer and Mardella Blumhagen. Mrs. Hannah Hartwick of Earlville came Monday for a few days visit with her sister. Mrs. Dora Ziegler. Bart McGonigle and Roy Brown left Friday on a few days fishing trip in the northern part of Minnesota. Mrs. Cornell Riveland is spending a few days in Minneapolis. Minn., called there by the serious illness of her mother. Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Ziegler and daughter of Monona were Tuesday evening visitors in the home of Mrs. Dora Ziegler. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and daughter. Paula Hope, spent a few days the past week in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinz. at Dubuque. Fred C. Kamps and Mr. and Mrs. George Pollitt and daughter of St. Paul. Minn., called at the Ben Krambeer and George Sander home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Messing and daughter. Mrs. Cyril Kruse, and Mrs. Henry Kamps of Dubuque were Tuesday afternoon callers at the homes of Ben Krambeer and George Sander. Mrs. Minnie Collins and her aunt, Mrs. Reka Jacobi, Mrs. Ben Krambeer and mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Eggert, spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Cora Krambeer at Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Yvo Sheffert and family of Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and family of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler were Monday evening guests in the home of Mrs. Dora Ziegler to assist in celebrating her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Bruno Spoerl, Melba Jean and Barbara Mae of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fette, Virgil, Illein and Joyce, of St. Olaf, Mrs. Lena Fette, and sons, Jonard and Roland, were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader. Mrs. Minnie Kohrs, Mrs. Albert Zie- roan, Mrs. Joe Schultz, Mrs. Anna Schroeder, Mrs. Frank Reinhardt, Mrs. Fred Miene, Mrs. John Palas, Sr., Mrs. Minnie Welzel, Mrs. Helmuth Meyer and daughter, Doris, of Postville, and Mrs. Ida Kamin were Thursday afternoon guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Eggert in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Ben Krambeer. Embroidery Club Meets. Mrs. John Kluss was hostess to the Embroidery Club at her home Thursday. Members present were Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Mrs. J. B. Haddock, Mrs. Damond Meyer, Mrs. Lena Perry, Mrs. Alta Reeves and Mrs. Lena Meyer. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH. Rev. L. R. Meinecke, Pastor. Services for Sunday. June 30—9:30 a. m..Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. Hagcr-SlauRhtcr Nuptials. A pretty wedding took place at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager on Tuesday, June 18. at 3:00 o'clock in the afternoon, when their youngest daughter. Betty, was united in marriage with James Slaughter of McGregor. Rev. Wilton Sinning, former minister of the Community church here, performed the ceremony in the presence of the immediate members of the two contracting families, after which a wedding supper was served. The couple will live in McGregor where the bridegroom is employed. Granddaughter Passes On. Mrs. Christine Armstrong and Mrs. Lena Kibby returned to their home near Cedar Rapids last Monday morning, after a weekend visit at the Will Kneeskern home. On their arrival home they were informed of the death of Mrs. Kibby's 15-year-old granddaughter who was killed during the storm on Sunday night, June 16. Mrs. Walter Brandt and Robert were callers in West Union on Thursday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Sam Hoesly of Monroe, Wis., spent last Sunday in the Harry Harvey home. Louis Kamp of Prairie du Chien spent the weekend with his mother, Mrs. Lena Perry. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie spent Sunday at the Bob Burrett home in Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey of Decorah spent Wednesday evening at the George Schultz home. Mrs. Henry Bohr and sons of Rockford. 111., are visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Connor. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harvey and sons of Decorah visited in the Harry Harvey home the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Thies and daughter of Minneapolis spent Saturday night and Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Haefner. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Gwen, and Mr. and Mrs. Valder Meyer and Kelly spent last Sunday in Waterloo, visiting at the Dan Schoonmaker home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Vance and family and Ned Vance of Decorah, and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg were Sunday dinner guests at the L. J. Meyer home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy of Cresco spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss. Mrs. Kluss returned home with them for a few days visit. Capture Five Raccoons. Five young raccoon were found wandering around the cheese factory Sunday. Evidently the mother had been killed. Henry Schwcinefus volunteered to care for two of the little orphans. Lyle Bollman took one. Leo Kneeskern one and Homer Evert has one. ACROBATIC AUTO. In an automobile accident recently, a car driven by Louis Overbo of Williams was declared by witnesses to have zoomed up and over a second automobile which had gone in the ditch, clipped off a telephone pole, bounced up a nearby bank and over a fence, bounced and cleared another fence running perpendicular to the first and finally wound up on its back in a field. Entertain Newlyweds. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt entertained the newlyweds, Mr. and Mrs Sidney Halverson. for supper on Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Aspenson and son, Donald, and Harry Halverson were also supper guests that evening at the Brandt home. uno€».5TAnoino IOWA CM I LDP-AO $*onjOfc.eD>fcY TMfc ioo» CHILD WeifAM M«flKM HflTMn SLEEPY TIME. You have seen his eyes brighten and shine at bed time and you know the signs. He is preparing to put on his cutest antics and thus keep out of bed as long as possible. You have known the afternoon nap time to be anything but sleepy time for he was ready for battle at the first mention of sleep. But regardless of how he feels about it, the preschool child needs regular sleep and plenty of it. get him to sleep? A regular sleeping habit, started in his earliest years, is a big help. If he always goes straight to his nap after lunch, he usually will be sleepy at that time. Just as his mother may be gin yawning at her usual bed time. If he goes to bed immediately after lunch, and soon after supper, before exciting piny gets started, his eyes may be less wide awake. He will learn to expect to go to bed then because it is always done—everyday. When he expects to go to sleep at a regular time and the parent confidently expects him to go to sleep at that time, he is soon otf to slumber- land. Tuck him in with a last drink of water and a good night kiss. That kiss •an be made to say. "Of course this Is ill. No more talking tonight." WEDNESDAY, JUNE M, |)M, Don't nllow his sleep ro»l»tan M u become the family's chief topic of TO ti. versotlon for children love to be th» center of attention. Good healthy outdoor play ^ breaks down his brlght-cyed resistant, to sleep. Sleepy time does not have to I* , last ditch stand in a daily family b Jt . tic. U can be Just another pan'of th e happy child's well planned day. Courage is that virtue which A. plons the cause of right.-Ci C(;ro "MAKE IT A MILLION!" EARN WHILE YOU LEARN A SKILL OR TRADE o A COOD /OS FOB rOU U. S. Army CHOOSC THIS TIN£ PROFESSION NOW! Court House Building Phone 1065 DECORAH, IOWA SpUndid education and ttainlag in moro than 200 akllli and tradu at* oH»r»d by th» new Rtgulat Army. Good pay and oppotlunitltt ior advancement Over three- quartere ol a million have enliittd already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Git all the lacts at your nearest U. S. Army Camp or Post, or U. S. Army Recruiting Station. SECOND ACT. At Creston, recently, Thomas Mays, a magician, entertained a crowd by making a quarter disappear. The second act—which the crowd didn't see— was when Mays underwent an operation to remove the quarter from his stomach. Phillis Renne came from Dubuque and spent Sunday evening at the Edwin Nigon home. Mrs. Anna Brouillet and Mrs. Letta Padden are spending several days at the Sarah Miller home. Max Waters returned to his home in Des Moines after an extended visit at the home of his aunt, Mrs. Nellie Spaun. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt were visitors at the Guy Headington home near Lansing Sunday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Flower and son, Ralph, of Oelwein were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mrs. Will Broghammer is attending the summer session of the teachers' preparatory work at Luther College this summer. Robert Nigon, Charles Nigon and Thomas Peterson of near Rochester, Minn., were dinner guests at the Edwin Nigon home Sunday. Mrs. Mary Schiff of Milwaukee arrived Thursday night and accompanied her brother, Thomas Bollman, on a trip to Sheldon where they are visiting their brother, Ezra Bollman, and family. Save the leaves on hay. Cull poor layers vigorously to save feed for the good laying hens. DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat., June 29 EDDIE RALPH ORCHESTRA DANCING Every Nlfbt Except Sunday and Monday BAB-B-QUED RIBS SANDWICHES COMING—THURS., JULY 4th Mississippi Nite Hawks SAT., JULY 6th—DEL BROWN Dance MATTERS BA L L R O O M Decorah, Iowa Sat.. June 29 OTTO STOCK and his Knights of Rhythm Wed., July 3 BENNETT-GRETEN "That Swingin' Band" Thurs., July 4 EARL HUNT and his Old & New Time Band Who, then, is the invincible man? He whom nothing that is outside the sphere of his moral purpose can dis­ may.—Epictetus, DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa i Wed., July 3 I — Music By — LES HARTMANN and his WMT Iowa Cornhuskers i Thur., July 4 j — Music By — FRANK BECTHEL and his ORCHESTRA COMING—WED., JULY 10 Jack Cole and his VSA Band 25 Million Dollars In Ready Cash! Mr. Merchant, do you know that local banks had close to 4VL> million dollars on deposit when they made their last report to the state banking department? Did you know that the cash turnover in the Postville area is about 25 million dollars per year? We are fortunately located at the hub of the four richest farming counties in the great state of Iowa; a vast network of good roads radiate in every direction. We are 80 to 100 miles from any large shopping center. The same good roads that lead into our town of Postville, also lead away from it. Keep the potential business coming here by appealing to your customers, telling them of the merchandise you have to offer at prices as low or lower than big town competitors . . • pointing out to them the service you render with each sale. 'MMMRib-riNn ••ICHtOll-ilO CROPS • The best way to reach the customers with your sales story is through the Postville Herald's advertising columns, in the paper they read for the news of and about themselves and their community. We shall be pleased to assist you in planning your campaign. The Postville Herald Telephone No. 200 Read In 1700 Prosperous Iowa Homes

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