Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 26, 1947 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 26, 1947
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WEDNESDAY. NOVEMBER {• PAGE SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA LUANA Si. John'* Lutheran Church P««l W. Adix, Pastor Sundaj', November 30 9:30, Sunday School and Bible ••Class. 10:30. Church service. Thursday, Nov. 27—10:00 a. m„ ""•thanksgiving day service. Monday, Dec. 1 — 8:00 p. m.. Luther League. Happy Hour Study Club. The Happy Hour Study Chib met at the home of Willard Kamin cm Wednesday. November 19, with iwelve members present. The meeting opened "with the members singing •"When Johnny Comes Marching Home." Scripture Heading and "Thought for the day" was given by Mrs. Elmer Radloff, followed by the group singing the Jjymn. "A Mighty FortresJ is Our Cod." -'A Beauty Hint" was given in answer to roll call. The birthday song was sung in ihonor of Mrs. Emil Lembke and Mrs. Ben Krambeer. The club now has the name of the Happy Hour, Study Club. A topic on "Indians" was given by Mrs. Curtis Zieman. The entertainment and recreation -was under the supervision of Mrs. John Doerring and Mrs. Oscar Davis. The meeting adjourned by singing "Evening Prayer." At the December meeting articles are to be brought for the Christmas package to the Orphans Home at Waverly. The Christmas party will be held in the home of Mrs. Harry Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde \V. Hinmah were Sunday dinner guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cnrnes, and daughter, at Elkader. Mr. and Mrs, Roy Brown accompanied Mrs. Wayne Wilkins and son, Ronnie, of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkins of Froelich to La Crosse, Wis.. Saturday where they visited their sister-in-law, Mrs. Wilbur Wilkins, who is a patient at the Lutheran hospital. LUANA HI-SPY Miss Wilma Renke of Monona spent Wednesday with Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. , . , ,„ and Mrs.'Wm. Moeller a ^vhtch we felt was a good perc«,t .. J First and Second Grades. On Tuesday we had an oral spelldown in the second grade. Leighton Smith was our winner and Donna Mae Walz the runner-up. The second grade had a vocabulary test on the fifty-one new words in unit 2 of our readers. Donnabelle Mueller was the only one with 100%. There were eight others who missed one or two words. In second grade spelling there were 14 A's in a closs of 15 pupils. We feel this is very good. Gary Radloff is our librarian for this week. Third and Fourth Grade. Mrs. Miene and Mrs. Gordon visited our room last Friday afternoon. Elaine Townsend has quit school and moved to La Crosse. Wis. We were all very sorry to see her go, but we hope she will like her new home. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Eleven parents and two children visited our room during Education Week. This was slightly better than one-third of the parents, Castalia School News. The P. T. A. held a carnival at which $127.14 was taken in. The fund was turned over to the school to be used to buy items for outdoor and indoor entertainment for the pupils. We are very happy to hear the announcement that Castalia won the first prize of $50 on "Uncle Sam's Amateur Circus" at the fall festival in Decorah. The hot lunch program is now underway with Mrs. Lena Perry and Mrs. Clifford Stee as the cooks. There are about 45 lunches served daily. There will be no school Thurs day and Friday of this week. The next P. T. A. meeting will be held on Thursday evening, Decern ber 18, with the teachers in charge of the program. This will be our regular Christmas program. Mr. daughter were Sunday dinner guests in the Charley Landt home. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossman and Mrs. Herman Gruel were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Staley and Crystal Monee. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. Mrs. Ralph Schrader, Ginger and John, were six o'clock dinner guests of Mr. Dugstadt at Clermont Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Nolan and son, William, of Chicago, 111., were guests several days in the home of Mrs. Nolan's parents. Mr. and Mrs George Hamann, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. William Doerring and baby of Chicago came Friday for an over Sunday visit in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doerring. and other relatives. ATTENTION FARMERS! Will receive two carloads of CLINTON and MINDO CERTIFIED SEED* OATS about December 1 Anyone wanting oats in this shipment order before Dec. 1 EMIL LEMBKE MONONA. IOWA age for the first special invitation to visit regular classwork. Our part in the grade program for the annual school carnival next Tuesday is a play, "March of America." It .is a living tableaux of scenes from history to illustrate historical reading by Eugene Kamin. The entire room sings appropriate songs for the tableaux Junior High. The seventh grade held their regular Monday afternoon club meeting—"The Rustling Ramblers.' Entertainment was furnished by John EasYon and Keith Land. Joyce Nelson and Duane Gordon are to provide entertainment for the next meeting The eighth grade also held their regular meeting on Monday afternoon. Harlan Walch and LeAllen Lange provided the entertainment and James Doerring and' Henry Mueller will furnish it for the next Monday afternoon meeting. . Music Festival. The Clayton county fall music festival was held in Elkader on Monday, November 17. The program consisted of a massed girls' ^glee club, a massed mixed chorus, and a massed band, each consisting of well over two hundred Clayton county musicians. Mr. Day Baker, director of vocal music at the University of Dubuque, was director of the vocal music and Mr. Ferdinand Di Telia, director of instrumental music at Dubuque senior high school...conducted the massed band. The following schools participated in the event: Luana, Monona. Guttenberg, Garnavillo. McGregor. Elkader, Strawberry Point, Farmersburg and St. Joseph's of Elkader. CASTALIA Seventh and Eighth Grades.—The following pupils had perfect attendance this period: Elwyn Stee, Marlys Meyer, Jo „Ann Engelhardt, Eddie Schnuelle and Wayne Everman. Marlys Meyer had a perfect spell ing grade this six weeks. The seventh grade has begun the study of Africa. The eighth grade has been studying the United States and its world relations. will conduct the dorado. services at El- Dinner Party. Mrs. Eliza McGhee entertained friends and relatives nt a turkey dinnev Sunday. Those present were her niece, Mrs. Ethel Swick, of Detroit Lakes, Minn., John Armstrong of Lansing, Mrs. Hattie Stanley and Mrs. Delia Winn of Cedar Rapids, Lula Campbell of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Perry and family of Postville, Miss Alma Perry, Mrs. Edna Winn, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Del! Downing, Mr. and Mrs. G. S. Limkemann and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Perry and family, Vernon Perry, and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Perry and daughter, all of Castalia. EVANGELICAL V. B. CHURCH Wayne Hargrave, Minister Sunday, Nov. 30—Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Service for worship at 7:30 p. m. Wednesday, December 3—Showing of movie to commence at 8:00 p. m., "Beyond Our Own." FRANKVILLE Intermediate Room.—The following pupils were neither absent nor tardy the past six weeks: Robert Eberjing, Dick Marsh, Leota Rawson, John Brandt, John Hager, Ronnie Rear, Raymond Schnuelle, Charles^ Schultz, Jerry Schweine- fus, James Everman and Rose Marie Monroe. Ronnie Rear and Mavis Larkln, brought birthday treats. The fifth grade have been studying about the Pilgrims and other early colonists. They have made reports on early life in these colonies. In art we made turkeys from potatoes. Their tails were feathers and their feet were matches. Perfect spelling honors during this six weeks go to Leota Rawson. THANKSGIVING DANCE LAWRENCE FOSTER — and his — ORCHESTRA "With That Different Style" Thur.,Nov.27 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa GET ALL 3 IN COLONIAL'S I All PUtPOSE FURNACE COMMIT—in all kinds of weather, fCONOMr —owners report fuel Mvings up to 20%. CONWNIfNCf — trouble free; easy to operate; long life. TELEPHONE N<X~2SS LOUIS L. HILL POSTVUXE, IOWA GREER COLOIIIAL fURHOCE SERVICE Nearly 44,000 Iowa farms still do not have electric service, according to a recent survey made by the Rural Electrification Administration. This is 21 percent of all the farms in the state. Primary Room.—Those having perfect attendance this six weeks are Anita Gilster, Karen Kamp, Karel Rawson, Gloriann Schweine- fus, Donald Schuette, Nancy Rear. Gary Kamp, Jimmy Snyder, Carmen Corlett, Susan MacMillan, Madeline Rawson, Karen Stee, Lois Everman, Edwin Engelhardt, Louis Gilster, Lawrence White, Marlene Monroe and Billy Anderson, We welcome Danny Schultz who became a member of our third grade last Monday. Those having perfect spelling are Shirley Larkin, Susan AlacMillan and Roberta Kneeskern. Shirley Larkin presented our room with a birthday treat. Mrs. Glen Heins and Catherine of Luana called on Marlus Engelhardt over the weekend. Mrs. Delia Winn and Mrs. Hattie Stanley of Cedar Rapids are visiting relatives and friends here. Mrs. Ethel Swick of Detroit Lakes, Minn., is visiting her aunt, Mrs. Eliza McGhee, this week. Mrs. Walter Brandt went to Minneapolis on Tuesday to visit her mother, Mrs. Mary Husinga, and other relatives. She returned home Thursday with Robert Brandt and Marlus Engelhardt. Mrs. Cora Harvey and Charley received word of the death of their brother Steve Allen of Mason City. Mrs. Harvey and son Harry Harvey and Charles attended the funeral services at Mason City Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Stee and Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of Elwyn Stee, son of Merle Stee. and Avdyth, daughter of Clifford Stee, who were confirmed Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ralson and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eide and daughter and Mrs. Halvor Hegland. all of West Union: Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Bergeson and children of Clermont: Mrs. Frank Jones and Blaine of Decorah: Bill Wullner of Postville, Rev. L. R. Meinecke, Mr. and Mrs. Meivin Stee, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and family, Helmer Hegland, Robert Brandt and Leon Everman, all of Castalia, and Mrs. Bay Schara and Sharen Rae of Postville. Happy llomcmakcrs Meet. The Frnnkvillc Happy Homemakers met at the home of Charlotte and Joan Bennett, Saturday at 1:00 p. m. Mrs. Fadness showed some pictures of how to fix rooms, and some color combinations. The meeting was called to order by the president. At roll call the girls responded by naming their favorite sport. Shirley Krambeer read a poem, "Tomorrow Never Comes." Girls present were Shirley Tope!, Margaret and Lila Stogen, Marietta and Arliss VanWey, Joan and Charlotte Bennett, Shirley Krambeer, Dariene Hughes, Bonnie Schroeder and Mrs. Elmer Faci- ness. Mary Joan Schroeder was our guest, The group sang "Silent Nifht," Mrs. Bennett served a lunch after the meeting. The next meeting will be held at the home of Shirley Krambeer Saturday, December 13, starting at 1:00 o'clock. Frankville Community Church Wm. Niles, Student Pastor Sunday School at 10 a. m. Classes for all who wish to learn of the Lord. Don't send the children— bring them. Morning worship at 11 a. m. Let us worship the Lord in humbleness and truth. Choir practice on Friday evening at 8. Practice for the Christmas play will be Saturday at the church. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Wednesday, Nov. 26—7:45 p. m. Annual Thanksgiving service. Friday, Nov. 28—8:00 p. m. The Sunday School staff will meet in the church parlors. This includes the teachers, secretary and organist. Saturday, Nov. 29—8:45 a. m. The junior confirmation class meets. Sunday, Nov. 30—9:30 a. m. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m. Morning worship. This will be church service and emphasis Sunday. The Rev. G. Goeken of Eldorado will be guest speaker. Your pastor DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., NOV. 29 Music By RAY ALTO'S COWBOYS OPEN WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS COMING—SAT., DEC. 6th: PETE DOUGHERTY'S BAND Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wisehart of near Center Point spent Sunday at the Will Kneeskern home. Mrs. Roy Dunning of Cresco was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook one day last week. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook spent Saturday and Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning, near Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen and Mrs. George Allen were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Duff in Ossian Sunday. Lois Russell returned to the Roland Peck home Friday after helping out at her sister's home near Waukon for several weeks. A large crowd attended the Thanksgiving program given by Mrs. Roland Peck and pupils at the Webb Rosa school Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Depping returned from an extended trip to Duluth, Minn., where Mr. Depping has been employed at carpenter work. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Allen of Idaho were dinner guests Thursday at the George Allen home after attending the funeral of his uncle, Steve Allen at Mason City on Wednesday. Mrs. Mae Wolfe. Mrs. Leora Ambrose. Edna Bollman. America Barker and Verna Schroeder attended the bazaar and turkey dinner at the U. B. church in Castalia Thursday Mrs. Elmer Christoflerson and Mrs. Hans Stegen will be hostesses at the next Willing Workers meet ing to be held at t,he church, Thursday afternoon, December 4. Every one is cordially invited. Mrs. Leora Ambrose, Mrs. Edna Bollman, Florence Ruen, Lillian Christoflerson, Jeane Marie Crawford, Stella Waters, Ruth Crawford Marge Waters. Ethel Fadness and Elsie Hughes attended the- Ladies' Aid and luncheon at the Presbyterian church in Postville Friday. PUBLIC SALE of Household Goods M • •••••••••• I will sell at Public Auction at my resulenci *^ in Postville, on M'ituf J mm HH •xttriile Tho f aa(( ..••••••••••••••••••••**••••••••••••••iiirwi of quipitM Saturday, November 29 Sale to begin at 1:00 P. M., sharp Garland Gas Stove with divided 4 burnei s ft.™Westinghouse Refrigerator; Norge oil burnin ^SSjjH Heater; Studio Couch, used less than a yeaiMftvS Bedroom Suite: Bed, Box Springs, InnerspiuJtMnti Mattress, Vanity Dresser; Sellei's Kitchen S ^JEHS Table and 4 Chairs; 42-inch strong Stee) BeuSjSii 9x12 Wool Rug; 9x12 Rug Pad; 3 Wool Thro -iWj Rugs; Rag Rugs; 2 Oil Barrels with faucel -JS 11, j Upholstered Platform Rocker; Upholstere ii Chair; Wood Rocker; Library Table; Kitcher $N$| Chairs; Dresser; Magazine Rack; End Table ^M Ironing Board; Wash Boilers; Dishes; StefStarj Ladder; 2 Cream Cans; Pin-up Lamps, Vase<M **nrj Wheeler & Wilson Sewing Machine; Bathroo"* t T? Electric Heater; Rubber-Tired Lawn Mowe ^'JaUnt Garden Tools and many small items. opine Thirty-nine percent of all farms in the United States do not have electricity. THERMOSEKL Combination KARLERB Telephone 138-16 Monona, Iowa A • • • . t ^Ml I t m • m fc— —« — -A! — — THE FINEST COSTS NO MORE Deserve Modern EYEWEAR THE ItEKT Wh«n you can gtt the very bnl in quality lyiwNt at no gr*ot.r cott, you find thai tort it actually ktt in tha long ran. Your ayn ar. far too pradeut for "bargain*" and nena but tht bnl wit) it. Coma, virit ut today. F. W. NORDEN OPTOMETRIST Office Over Carter & Herman's Drug Store WAUKON, IOWA Office Honrs: 9:00 to 12:00 a. m. -:• 1:15 to 5:00 p. m. Evenings By .Appointment. Cloud Thursday Afternoon. Now is the time to out fight against rats. wage an .ill- Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM DECORAH, IOWA Thanksgiving Night Thurs., Nov. 27 AL NORMAN OLD AND NEW TIME MUSIC SAT., NOV. 29 EARL HUNT OLD AND NEW TIME MUSIC WED., DEC. 3 LYNN KERN Rhythm Club Orchestra Ladies admission free on Wednesday nights before 9:30 — 13c Fed. Tax to be collected at door. opular Terms of Sale—Cash ! BEN F. OVERBECKj] low m EATON WATERS. Auct. POSTVILLE STATE BANK. CltriT^: CLOSING-OUT AUCTION I hold a complete closing out sale on the Donald Bulnuid eq farm, 5 miles northeast of Waukon, 2 miles North on Higl""«sefll No. !l, then 3 miles east on gravel road, on ''•rj 'inj raitgu Friday, November 28^ Sale beginning promptly at 12:30 o'clock 48 - HEAD OF FINE CATTLE 27 head of Milk Cows, about two-thirds of them Jersey, with ttfl rest Holstein and Shorthorn. This is a group of high-proilum cows, some with records over 400 lbs. B.F. Most of these m ^ freshen soon. Also 8 bred Heifers; 12 Calves, under a year <s« ( Purebred Jersey bull, 3 years old, can be registered. F>~^l MATCHED TEAM OF HORSES; Dapple-Grey Geldings. 6 and 7 years old, weight 1400 pound 1 ' 87 HEAD OF FEEDER PIGS 87 head of good, thrifty Feeder Pigs, farrowed in Aug. and S#' Ollie HAY AND GRAIN About 200 bushels of Oats; About 100 bushels of Corn; 25 iJif*% of loose Hay in barn; About 400 bales Mixed Hay also in l"' ABOUT 25 MIXED HEAVY PULLETS "The* onto FULL LINE FARM MACHINER^ SET OF HEAVY-DUTY CONCORD HARNESS Jfl MODEL B ALLIS-C1IALMERS TRACTOR, power take-off, h 'U ^M way mounted plow with hydraulic lift; John Deere M» n %|||| Spreader; 8-ft. Case Grain Drill; John Deere Corn Planter u1 QflB fertilizer attachment; John Deere Side Delivery Rake; ( ffi Decring Grain Binder; Deering Corn Binder; 7-It. Disc; Sl"';;v 'i Tooth Harrow; 2-Row Corn Cultivator; McCormick-Deering Mower; Rock Island Hilldrop Com Planter; 2-Sec. Steel l ,r *T *"l 2-Scc. Wood Drag; Dual Wheel Tractor Trailer; 2 Wood I ^'flri! Combination Wagon Box and Hay Rack; John Deere Steel wll jwia Wagon; Rubber Tired Wagon with horse and tractor, 'JKMj Gal. Steel Gas Barrel; Oil-Burning Tank Healer; Jameswa> "g? Chick Brooder; 3 Electric Pip Brooders; Hog Troughs; (,rl ^!S| Sacks; Hog Crate and many other articles. DAIRY EQUIPMENT—No. 19 DeLaval Separator, with ''"jfoa trie motor; 2-Unit Universal Milking Machine, complete with P '^>|S line and stall cocks for 28 cows; Vi-h.p. Electric Motor; ' JJjfl Electric Motor; Dairy Type Electric Hot Water Heater; ten l 1 '' VJj Cream Cans; MUk Pails; Strainer, Etc. ~| MONARCH WHITE ENAMEL RANGE, wood and coal, new; Studio Couch, and a few other household furniture artld fV ' - f » L A. NEVERMAN * EATON WATERS, Auct. WAUKON STATE BANK, < "? POULTRY SERVJCE Culling - - Vaccinating - - Worming - - De-Beaking ALLAMAKEE HATCHERY •»~ J —Postville, low*] Telephone No. 187

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