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November 12, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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r AOS SB. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA t LUANA Postal Clerk Exam. The eighth U, S. Civil Service region announced November 5 that *n examination will be held for the -Substitute clerk or regular clerk position in the Luana post office on November 22. at 8:30 a. m., in the JJlkader school house. The beginning basic rate of pay .5* 79c per hour for substitutes. The salaries of regular clerks range irom $1600 to $2100 a year, depending upon size of the office. Applicants must be citizens of or <«we allegiance to the United States. The age limits are 18 to 50, except for veterans and persons in the •federal service who are war service indefinite employees. In order to qualify, applicants must pass the written test, which xequires about four hours. Interested persons should, ask for further information and obtain application forms from th°. local postmaster or from the Eighth U. S. Civil Service Regional Office. Post Office and Customhouse Building, Saint Paul 1, Minn. Applicants must bring completed application forms with them at the time of the written lest. Don McShane, Postmaster. Miss Chrystabell Adix of Alden, Minn., who is a student at Luther College, spent the weekend with her brother, Rev. P. W. Adix, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Mrs. Reka Jacobi, Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Levi Schultz spent Tuesday with relatives and friends at' Austin, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Nichols and grandson of Volney were Tuesday guests in the home of their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane. Mr. and Mrs. Vincent Ambrose and family of Monona were Sunday guests in the home of their brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane. Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula Hope returned Friday evening from a two weeks vacation in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Adix, at Alden, Minn. Mrs. Clyde Hinman entertained the 500 club at her home Wednesday evening. Those present were Mrs. Robert Sebastian, Mrs. Bart McGonigle, Mrs. Louis Wagner, Mrs. George Wolter, Mrs. Tom Ruckhaber, Mrs. Darwin Brown, Mrs. Joe Land and Lulu McShane. Si. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Fastor Sunday, November 16 9:30 a. m.. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.. Church Service. Pastor Karl Landgrebe of Garnavillo •will deliver a sermon on "Service in the Church." Thursday evening. Nov. 13—8:00, Choir and Council meeting. Monday evening, Nov. 17—Brotherhood meeting. Mrs. G. M. Lambert spent Thursday afternoon with her friend, Mrs. Ben Overbeck. at Postville. Mr. and Mrs.' Guy Brown of Hanover. 111., spent the weekend in the homes of Roy and Darwin Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Don Lamborn, Jr., and son, David, were Sunday evening visitors in the Don McShane home. •Ill WATERLOO LAUNDRY CO. DAILY PICKUP AND DELIVERY Bob Pearson Driver LUANA HI-SPY Telephone No. 36-J for pickup or leave at Neilly's Ready-To-Wear Postville, Iowa First and Second Grades. Virgil Scheffert treated the room to suckers to celebrate his birthday Wednesday. Those in second grade with 100 in spelling last week were Keith Doerring, Carol Faber, Karen Krue ger, Erma Jean Miene, Evelyn Nel son. LaVonne Palas, Leighton Smith and Donna Mae Walz. Third and Fourth Grades. Some of the" pupils are making toys for their art work, others are making pictures. Fifth and Sixth Grades. It is American Education week and we would like to bring the school and home closer together at this time. This can only be done •when the home understands our goals and procedures. A visit is the simplest and most effective way to accomplish our aim. High School News. The freshman Algebra class are studying graphs. Graphs include bar, circle and broken line, in preparation for solving problems by the use of graphs. The sophomore geometry class just finished studying indirect proofs, what it consists of, and how to use it. Sophomore history class are studying feudal period, about knights, medical towns, chivalry and- so on. The seventh and eighth civics class just finished studying court systems of the United States. The junior high history class are studying per cents and discounts. The high school had 100% on the activity ticket drive. This means that the faculty will have to give the entire high school a party, which will probably take place next week. The typing classes have been keeping progress charts for speed and learning where to divide words between ss'llables. The freshman English classes have been mastering punctuation rules, while the tenth and eighth grade English classes have been learning the principal parts of verbs. Learning rules for form ing the plurals of nouns has been the work of the seventh grade for the past few weeks. The four most important steps in bookkeeping have now been presented to the bookkeeping students and most of them now feel that they interpret the balance sheet and profit and loss statement, should they ever care to invest in business for themselves. CAST ALIA EVANGELICAL V. B. CHURCH Wayne HargTave, Minister Saturday, November 15. — Catechism class. Sunday, Nov. 16—Sunday School at 10 a. m., and worship service at 7:30 p. m. Thursday, Nov. 20—Ladies' Aid turkey dinner and bazaar. FRANKVILLE To Show Picture. "Beyond Our Own," a motion picture produced and released by the Protestant Film Commission, will be shown at the U. B. church in Castalia Wednesday evening, December 3, at eight o'clock. This picture is keyed to the Protestants' mission study theme of 1947-48, "World-Wide Evangelism." The Castalia Evangelical United Brethren church is privileged to have this picture for the first showing in this section of the state and all who will attend, are certain to be well rewarded for their effort. Albert Bareis of Peoria, 111., is visiting his mother, Mrs. Fred Bareis. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey of Decorah were supper guests at the George Schultz home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda were visitors in the Albert Nesvik home near Ridgeway Sunday. Ronald Schultz of Janesville, Wis., spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Rev. and Mrs. Wayne Hargrave became the proud parents of twins, a boy and a girl, at the Waukon hospital last Wednesday, Nov. 5. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Monroe spent Sunday in the Ed. F. Schroeder home where they celebrated Mr. Schroeder's birthday anniversary. The proceeds from the P. T. A. carnival Friday evening amounted to $172.50. The next meeting will be held Friday evening, Nov. 21. Mrs. Marie Anderson received word that a 7 lb. son was born to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Taylor, of Ridgeway last Friday, Nov. 7. Mrs. Taylor is the former Ruby Anderson. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Marie and Harlan' Jr., went to Iowa City on Friday, where Ellen was at the University hospital for a medical checkup. Mrs. William Schave accompanied them to Iowa City. About 75 relatives and friends dropped in to extend congratulations to Mr. and Mrs. Dell Harvey Monday afternoon and evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary that day. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mrs. Minnie Welzel, Mr. and Mrs. Buster Oldag, the Misses Libbie, Elsie and Etelka Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten of Postville, Mrs. Caroline Perry, Louis and Jeanne Kamp were dinner guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Damond Meyer home. Mr. - and Mrs. Leland Stegen of Cedar Rapids were recent visitors at the Hans Stegen home. Arthur Brandt, who has been ill for some time, is receiving care and treatment at Decorah hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Erickson of Minneapolis, Minn., were Sunday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Ask. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman and family of Waukon spent Sunday at the Arthur Brandt home and attended church services in'Frank- ville. About 55 men and 18 women and children attended Harold Koth's barn raising Friday and were served dinner by the Willing Workers at the church here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern accompanied her sister, Mrs. Grace Beckett, to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert LeHew near Harpers Ferry Sunday where they spent the day. Mr. and Mrs. Alwiii Walby, Mr. and Mrs. George Waters and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt were supper guests at the Helmar Hovden home in Ridgeway on Sunday evening, where a party was given for those who helped with the Hovden horse sale recently. Mr. and Mrs. George Waters and family of Hampton spent the weekend at the Alwin Walby home. They were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis in Postville Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hammel and family returned to their home in Milwaukee after spending the weekend with their parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Will Lubbers near Postville and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Hammel of Frankville. The Willing Workers have been invited to attend a 1:30 luncheon sponsored by the Ladies' Aid of the Presbyterian church in Postville Friday afternoon. Nov. 21. Mrs. J. B. Elliot, the Presbyterial president, will be the guest speaker. A picnic lunch will be served for the next Willing Workers meeting to be held in the church dining room on Thursday afternoon, Nov. .20. The president, Mrs. Mae Wolfe, will have charge of devotions. Everyone is invited • as usual. Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Mcrrit and son of Rochester, Minn., and Alice Bailey of St. Paul were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Edna Bollman. Other relatives entertained at the Bollman home for dinner were Mrs. James Drew and Jimmie of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bollman and family. Miss Bailey is remaining for a few days visit. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa SAT., NOV. 15 JOE DOAKES —— and his WMT FAVORITES WED., NOV. 19 •ass? 1 lowe Brothers complete line o. .Aluminum Paints meets every require' went of finish or priming coats for jamy surface—inside or outside. ThL .great lice includes 3 different Alumi- jmm Paints—each one of which is u ixight star of outstanding brilliance .and protection. So, before you paint, mopia and let us tell you which product in Lowe Brothers Aluminum Paint tine assures the best results for the work you have in mind. Postville Lumber Company H. I. MEYER, Manager DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., NOV. 15 Music By RHYTHM RAMBLERS OPEN WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS COMING—SAT., NOV. 22: \ Mississippi Nite Hawks Herald Want Ads .bring results. Combination KARL ERB Telephone 138-16 Monona, Iowa MMII JTOnOIII WHm nflMIIM Am^dttt •§ TW f.C WWBi CO. Owl— 4.O. Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US Postville Rendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 •••••••••••••••» WAUKON—Call Sunderman City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55 -J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone .No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 2111 MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVILLE—Call Rossviile Locker Plant Public Auction We will sell on the Bennett farm, located Z',i miles southwest of Elgin on Ridge Road, 2 miles north of Henry Holzer corner, on MOND'Y, NOVEMBER 17 ' Sale to commence promptly at 12:30 P. M. 99 HEAD OF FINE LIVESTOCK 17 HEAD OF CATTLE TEAM OF HORSES—10 years old, wt. 1200 lbs. 80 HEAD OF HOGS FEEDER PIGS - FALL PIGS - SOWS HAY, GRAIN AND STRAW About 1000 bushels of Oats; About 700 bushels of Corn; About 1000 bales Clover and Timothy Hay; About 8 tons of Loose Hay in barn; and About 300 bales of Straw. Farming Machinery and Equipment TRACTOR—IH McCormick-Deering Tractor, power lift, starter and lights, belt pulley, power take off. Bought in January 1947. Good as new. Also a complete line of other machinery, etc. Harold 6* Doyle Bennett ORVIN THOMPSON, Auct FARM. SAV. BANK, Clermont, Clerk Lester Anderson, Bine Man 'yttamc DELL LEE VOCALIST MIXED DANCES EVERY SATURDAY NIGHT MODERN DANCES EVERY WEDNESDAY NIGHT Only the SMITHway Stoker gives you such advanced engineering features as the bigger, lower, easier-to-fill hopper. No other stoker gives you such work-saving, time-saving, money-saving features. STOKER P. L SONNKALB Telephone No. 83-W POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBEB 12, l||4 Public Auction We will sell at Public Auction on the farm looted 4 miles northeast of Osslnn, 11 miles southeast of Decorah, or 6 miles northwest of Castalia, next to the Centennial Church, on FRIDAY, NOVEMBER 14 Sale beginning promptly at 12:30 o'eloek 21 HEAD HIGH GRADE CATTLE 9 High Grade Holstein Cows, all first and second calves; 4 Young High Grade Shorthorn Milk Cows; 3 High Grade Holstein Heifers (bred); 4 High Grade Holstein Heifers, 0 month* old; Purebred Holstein Bull, 2 years old, from the Torgrlm Herd, • 2 HEAD OF HORSES ~\ Bay Mare. 6 years old and Strawberry Roan Mare, 8 years old; 300 HI-BKID LEGHORN PULLETS; 200 HI-BRID HENS (1 Yean HAY AND CORN—550 Bales Clover Hay in barn; 18 Tons of loose Clover Hay in Barn; 800 bushels good Ear Corn. •• •.. FULL LINE FARM MACHINERY 1946 John Deere Model B Tractor, good as new, and other power machinery and equipment. Clem Einck,Sr., and Clem Einck, Jr. Walter Ode & Lyle Erickson, Aucts, Ossian State Bank, Clerk/ Public Auction 1 will sell at Public Auction at my farm 4 miles northeast of Ossian or 3 miles northwest of Castalia; 1 miles north then ',<• mile east of paved Highwav No. 52 (follow the arrows) on TUESD'Y, NOVEMBER 18 Sale beginning promptly at 12:30 o'clock 19 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE 15 head to freshen from December to March; 3 Yearling Heifers; Holstein Bull, Keg. No. 941097, Burke Skylark Chief, from Edward Steffens & Sons herd, West Union. State Tested for Bangs. 2 HORSES—Chestnut Roans, 8 & 12 years old 40 HEAD OF FINE FEEDER PIGS 5 SHEEP—2 Ewes, 2 Spring Ewes, Sprmg Buck 325 CHICKENS —125 Hi-Bred Pullets; 125 Leghorn Year Old Hens and 75 White Rock Pullets Baled Clover & Timothy, Oats and Ensilage About 18 tons baled Clover and Timothy Hay; 100 bushels Clinton Oats; 100 bushels Marion Oats; Some Ensilage Full Line of Farm Machinery, Equipment and Household Goods—Including an F-20 Farmall Tractor and other power machinery, etc. ALVIN KNUDSVIG, Prop) Walter Ode & Lyle Erickson, Aucts. Ossian State Bank, Clerk AUCTION I will sell at Public Auction at my farm 10 miles north of Decorah [|[| and one-hair mile west of Locust store, or 8 miles south of Mabel. Minn., or 8 miles east of Burr Oak, on TUESDAY, NOV. 18 Due to she of this sale it will start promptly at 10:00 o'clock a. ni. Listen for announcement on station KDEC at 8:50 a.m. on sale day 60 HEAD OF HOLSTEIN CATTLE I 50 HEAD REGISTERED Only 1 cow in this herd over 4 years old. Twenty cows with records averaging better than a pound of butterfat a day" SAMPLE RECORDS: 2-vcar -old heifer, 210 days, 3.4 test, 322 lbs. huttetfat; 3-year-old heifer, 1E3 days, 3.4 test. 281 lbs. butter- I fat; 5-ycar-otd cow, 262 clays. 3.9 test, 3G2 .4 lbs. butterfat. j SAMPLE MILK CHECKS: These arc the checks received for this herd's milk fur the vear 1947 to date: January'. $331.30; February, S395.58; March, S447.66; April, $431.43; May, $691 .90; June, S58G.33; July. S574.94; August, $441.91; September, $458.35; October, first half, $328.52. The herd is headed by a 600-lb. son of Pabst Koamer, one of the most popular young bulls in America today. The Junior herd sire came from Berg herd in Ohio, and has such notables in his pedigree as Curtiss Candy Renown, Montivc Lochinvar & Phigee 15. 5 HEAD OF HORSES Sorrel team, 7 and 8 years old, well matched, with white manes and tails, very gentle and well broke; Fivc-gaitcd American-bred Saddle Horse, registered, Chestnut, 6 years old; Palomino Marc Colt, coming 2 years old; Dark Chestnut suckling colt, saddle bred; Set of Harness; Collars; One Saddle. FEED, GRAIN, HAY—(All more or less): 3000 bales 1st crop Alfalfa and Clover Hay; 500 bales Timothy Hay, 1000 bales 2nd crop Alfalfa and Clover; 50 acres of Corn In the Held, will be husked by sale day; 500 bushels or Oats. < COMPLETE LINE OF MACHINERY POWER MACHINERY—F -20 McCormick-Deering Tractor, 1939, reconditioned in Aug. 1947, all overhauled, with hydraulic pump, cultivator and power lift; 2 -M Corn Picker with mountings for F -20 and for M; McCormick-Deering 7-ft. Power Mower; Little Genius 2-16 Plow; 15-ft. John Deere Disc; 4 -Sec. Rock Island wood Drag; Tractor-drawn four-bar Side Rake, new, and other Items. 1938 FORD DELUXE FORDOR SEDAN Usual Sale Terms Lunch Stand on the Grounds A. R. McKERN AN, Owner Fred Ronan & Carl Wennes, Aucts.* gee. Trust & Saw Bank, Clerk HERALD ADVERTISING BRINGS RESULTS 1 POULTRY SERVICE Culling - - Vaccinating - - Worming - - De-Beaking ALLAMAKEE HATCHERY Postville, Iowa Telephone No. 187

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