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December 3, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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VAGK fltX. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBE8 1, i LUANA St Join's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adlx, Pastor Sunday, December 7—9:30, Sun•day School and Bible class, 10.-30, Church service. 1:30 p. m., Sunday School children will gather in the church parlors to rehearse the Christmas Eve program. Friday. December 5—8:00 o'clock p. m.. Council meeting. CAST ALIA Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolter spent Thanksgiving day in the Jiome ot Mrs. Wolter"s mother, Mrs.; Addie DeGrnw. at Hazelton. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Overbeck ofi Postville and Miss Caroline Over*-| beck were Thanksgiving day guests, 1 of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg. ] Mrs. Dora Ziegler and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler were dinner guests in the Henry Mueller home; .at Monona Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane were Thanksgiving day guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. j Earl Nichols, 'near "Waterville. ] Mrs. Ida Olvis of Farmersburg came Friday for an over Sunday ••visit in the home of her cousin, Mrs. Linda Radach, and other; friends. Miss Eleanor Doerring who is attending college at Ames came Wednesday night for Thanksgiving with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Rhoads and son. Richard, left Wednesday to spend the weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Smith, at Mankato. Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Emil De Sotel, Gordon, Nyla and Wayne, and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Funk of Monona were Thanksgiving day guests of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindroth. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinz came from Dubuque Thursday for a few days visit in the home of their son- in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welzel and JoAnn of West Union and Mrs. Margaret Kluss of Postville were Sunday supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Hariey Gossman were dinner guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Staley and daughter, Crystal Monee, Thanksgiving day. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Doerring, Jerene and Lane of Pequot Lakes, Minn., came Wednesday evening lor a weekend visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm Doerring, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Don Witt of St. Louis. Mo.. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Over- fceck of Postville, Mr. and Mrs Otmar Bruns and family of Monona were Wednesday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil. Aulerich. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Gentz and children of Monona, Mrs. Anna Gentz and daughter, Marjorie, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doerring and baby and Eugene Collins were Thanksgiving day guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Hariey Radloff home. The Misses Clarice Dugstadt and Augusta Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrader and children. Bud and Louis Schrader of Clermont and Carlton Lee Voelz of McGregor were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrader and children, Mrs. Dugstadt and Clarice of Clermont. Bud Schrader of Mes- «rvey, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz of X,uana were Thanksgiving dinner guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt at Strawberry Point. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meltiecke, Pastor Saturday. Dec. 6—No confirmation school during the month of December. . Sunday. Dec. 7—Second Sunday in Advent. 9:30 o'clock a. m„ Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. 2:00 p, m., First practice for the Christmas program. 7 p. m. Luther League Christmas dinner in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Clough and family of Dubuque spent the weekend with the latter's mother, Mrs. Cora Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hager attended the 35th wedding anniversary celebration in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Livingood at the Livingood home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Dannett and children and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudtson and daughter of Milford spent Thanksgiving with Mrs. Knudtson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr. They re turned to Milford Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schultz and Gloria, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda, Mrs. Martha Schroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz and Charles, and Danny Schultz attend ed the wedding of Wilmarie Huin ker of Monona and Ronald Schultz of Monona on Saturday. Ronald Schultz is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte celebrated their 20th wedding annv v-ersary on Saturday evening. A picnic lunch was served to the fol lowing guests: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster and family, Mr. and Mrs Merle Monroe and Dean and Earl Ruckdaschel. HERE'S ONE WAT. FRANKVILLE Frankville Community Church Wm. Nlles, Student Pastor December 31 closes another year of the Restoration Fund campaign to collect money lor the restoration of war depleted countries. All those who have made three year pledges be sure to check with Leo Dreier so he can send in the money that is so badly needed. As we look forward to the Christ mas season let us prepare ourselves so that we may enjoy it more fully. There is a Sunday School class for all who would like n deeper understanding of God's Word. Choir practice wity be held Fri day evening at 8. All who will help with the Christmas music please come out and have fun singing to the glory of almighty God. The sermon topic next Sunday is "Joseph and the Virgin Mary." George Elder, Spencer man, and his companions were out hunting pheasants all one day last week but found no birds. Disappointed and tired, they returned to 'their automobile. Just as they were getting ready to leave, George heard a rustling noise in the nearby bushes. He reached in and grabbed a live cock pheasant. Farmers should plan their next year's pig crop now. Thought Qems BEHAVIOR. What a man does, not what he feels, thinks, or believes, is - the universal yardstick of behavior.— Benjamin C. Leeming. ***** What is becoming in behavior is honorable, and what is honorable is becoming.—Cicero. • • » • • Oddities and singularities of behavior may attend genius, but when they do, they are its misfortunes and blemishes.—Sir Wm. Temple. ***** Be civil to all; sociable to many; familiar with few; friend to one; enemy to none.—Benjamin Franklin. ***** Let us be true: this is the highest maxim of art and of life, the secret of eloquence and virtue, and of all moral authority.—Amiel's Journal. ***** Never return evil for evil; and, above all, do not fancy that you have been wronged when you have not been.—Mary Baker Eddy. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell attended and REA dinner party in Cresco Tuesday evening. Mrs. Stella Barckley of Janesville, Wis., is visiting her sister, Mrs. Dan Higgins, since Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ruen of Decorah and family spent Thursday evening at the George Allen home. Mrs. Daisy Elvart left Friday for Chicago to attend to some business for her mother, who is now living with the Elvarts in Frankville'. Mr. and Mrs. John VanWey and family were dinner guests Thanksgiving day at the home of her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Hesse. Mr. and Mrs. S. A. Green of near Castalia were supper guests at the Roy Kneeskern home Monday evening, after attending the Lloyd Wolfe farm sale. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Crawford spent Thanksgiving and the weekend at the home of her brother and family, Mr. and Mrs. John Leer, in Minneapolis, Minn. John and. Robert Broghammer who are attending Lores Academy at Dubuque spent their Thanksgiving vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Broghammer. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kneeskern and Thos. Bollman were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters near Postville. The Dean Kneeskern family of Preston, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russett in Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meeker and baby of Cedar Rapids spent Thanksgiving and the weekend with their parents, Mrs. Alma Meeker and Mr. and Mrs. Ashley LaVelle. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Higgins left Thursday for Charles City where they will visit at the John Teepe home before going to Elma for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Teepe. Mr. and Mrs. Hans Stegen, Margaret and Lila went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday to spend Thanksgiving and the weekend with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen. Mrs. Marjorie Hager of Castalia attended the Frankville Study Club meeting held at the home of Sarah Miller, Saturday evening, November 22. Mrs. Hager gave the lesson on "Biographies". Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen, and Wesley Brandt were Thanksgiving dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Tena Headington in Waukon. Mrs. Headington was also celebrating her birthday. Mr. ond Mrs. Walter Pflster, Gerald and I Kay of-Decorah were present for| the occasion. Donald Birdsell came home Wednesday evening' to spend his Thanksgiving vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. He returned to Decorah Monday to resume his studies at Luther College. Mr. and Mrs. Robert LaVelle of Volney and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Meeker and baby of Cedar Rapids were here as dinner guests Sunday to help their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ashley LaVelle celebrate their 26th wedding anniversary. William Niles, student pastor, of Dubuque University' started his Christmas program activities here last Saturday evening and conducted church services Sunday. He was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern this time. Mrs. Vern Letchford and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Letchford and Virgean, Mr. and Mrs. Lester VanWey, Charles and Jeanann and Mrs. Edna Bollman were dinner guests Thanksgiving day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fennimore Ambrose. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim were honored last Sunday evening, November 23, when their son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruen entertained a few of their friends at supper, the occasion being their 49th wedding anniversary. The following friends and relatives were entertained for Thanksgiving dinner Thursday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford": Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Staake and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Staake of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs. Lars Oleson and Leonard Oleson of Elkader; Mr, and Mrs. James Drew and Jimmio of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monson and family, Robert Monson, Mrs. Edna Bollman and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Letchford and family. WRONG MESSAGE. REE DEMONSTRATION I KARL ERB Telephone Ut-U M«a>n», Uw* •r.w. aca. M*, »fi» "Ladies and gents, here is the finest food in the world. Pore, sweet Waters' Pasteurized Milk. The more yon drink, the more you want. But leave some for slipper." For Pare Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call 38-F-62. Police Chief Jesse Morse of Red Oak got a message on his radio- controlled car last week to proceed to the fire station to see the Maryville (Mo.> police chief. He carried out the request but was unable to find any police chief from Maryville. The Shennandoah radio station came in with an explanatory message. It seemed that the original request was beamed from a similar radio system in Potterville, California and referred to the Maryville, California, police chief. Sometimes, radio is too wonderful. FARM KERNELS Oats and bran are important in the dairy calf's ration. They are palatable, higher .in protein than corn and are well liked by the calf. Some corn should be in the ration, but it should constitute a small portion of the mixture. ***** Careful feeding should be Iho watchword of the dairyman who wants to show the best profit during these times of expensive feeds. ***** The meat output for 1948 will be about 10 pounds per person below this year's average consumption. calculates Francis Kutlsh, Iowa State College economist. ***** Twenty rats can eat. unci ruin a ton of grain in a year. ***** Poison bait is one of the recommended ways of getting rid of rats. ***** Grain seed for certification should be. cleaned before bin samples are taken, says Joe L. Robinson, Iowa State-College agronomist in charge of seed certification for Iowa. He urges' that farmers wanting to have seed certified this year get the cleaning job done right away, Take a careful look at the future before planning reductions in the spring pig crops, suggests Francis Kutish, Iowa State College farm economist. He says that a good corn crop next year would mean feeding margins favorable to livestock feeding. ***** Some farmers feed their milk cows too much grain, Iowa State College dairy experts say. ***** If your buildings' have galvanized metal roofs, you'll want to be sure that they are properly protected from lightning. Installing grounds which will protect the building is a simple matter. ***** Alfalfa seed will be plentiful this spring and next fall, says USDA. Sixty-four million bushels of corn can be saved by marketing the nation's present pig crop 10 pounds lighter, estimates E. L. Quaife, Iowa State College extension swine specialist. This gives hog raisers an opportunity to join in the food conservation movement. Besides, it is the profitable thing to do. Quaife recommends selling the pigs at 200 to 240 pounds. ***** Farmers wanting to locate certified seed for next year's planting should contact their local county extension directors. ***** Thoroughly clean your garden tools before storing them for the winter. ***** When buying galvanized metal roofing, farmers will be wise to get a Number 28 gauge metal roofing bearing the Seal of Quality Grade says the Iowa State College Extension Service. POSTVILLE • 38P62 Your Car Is Worth MORE CASH HERE The Used Car Market is still most active and prices are such that you can get highest prices either in cash or as a trade-in on a better car. ON HAND RIGHT NOW 1947 Chevrolet Ton Pickup, new 1946 Chevrolet 1-Door Sedan 1941 Ford Truck 1939 Studebaker—New motor 1939 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1937 Chevrolet Pickup 1931 Model A Ford 1946 Frigidaire 7-foot Refrigerator 1939 Westinghouse 6-foot Refrigerator GAROD RADIOS FOR SALE ! RADIOS Willman Motor Telephones: Office, 293; Residence 90-J POSTVILLE, IOWA WE NEED CARS! If you have a late model Used Car for sale see us. Wc will pay you top price for any clean, late model used car. Be sure and sec us before you sell. We have on hand several good, clean late model used cars. Also older cars. Almost any model from 1933 to 1941. WE BUY, SELL OK TRADE! OPEN EVENINGS & SUNDAYS JeromeH.Lensing FESTINA, IOWA DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., DEC. 6* Music By Pete Dougherty and his Orchestra OPEN WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS COMING—SAT., DEC. 13th: VINCE WARREN'S FINE BAND jyiUC 1 " WARM AIR 'vrJ HEATING GR££N COIONMI'S TROUBLE-FREE STOKER Top quality, plus care in planning installations assures maximum COMFORT, ECONOMY, and CONVENIENCE. There is a COLONIAL Furnace for all size homes, and all types of fuel. TELEPHONE NO. 256 LOUIS L. HILL _v POSTVILLE, IOWA GREER COLOniAL FURnflCE 5ERVICE Basketball Postville High School Gymnasium Friday. December 5 Opening Tipoff at 7;30 P. M. FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS Sumner vs. Postvillel Come out and support the fighting Pirat They have started the season off in the \i column . . . help keep them there. ;!«illll«llll!llllllillt!llll«llllllllll!IIIIHtltlllllinilllll!l(lil(K((illlll8 Sewing Machine Repairs to H m I will pick up, repair and deliver IT in your machine. Snp Call No. 200 j£S J. A. FLYNN ffmt Jam What Will *2.AO Buy Today? Not much by present day price values. B 'j fire insurance rates are the same as they we j before 1940. So, $2.40 will still buy $1 ,000 won J of insurance against fire, lightning, wind, ha i explosion, smoke and many other things for ' year. RAISE FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES TO PRESENT VALUES. 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