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December 10, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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MOE OX THE POSTVILLE HERALD, P0STV1LLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER J LUANA 8t John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix. Pastor Sunday, Dec. H—9:30, Sunday School and Bible class. 10:30, Church service. 1:30 p. m., Christmas program practice. Monday evening, Dec. 15—8:00, Brotherhood meeting and Christmas party. Honor Bride-to-Be. A kitchen shower was given in honor of Marilyn Wagner on Dec. 4. in the home of Mrs. Chas. Landt. The evening was spent playing Hasenpfeffer with the prize given to Marilyn Wagner. A lunch was served to the following: Marilyn "Wagner, Jeanie and Joyce Dettman, Donna Mae Krambeer, Marjorie Genz. Phyllis Zieman, Ilaverne Seeland and D'Elda Mae Palas. Mrs. Anna Gentz spent the weekend at Postville in the William Behrens home. Mr. and Mrs. Reid Schultz were Thursday night guests of Mr. and Mrs. Win. Staley. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Wolter spent Saturday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Staley and Crystal Monee. Mrs. Elmer Landt and Dean, and Helmuth Landt were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Xandt Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman and family ..and Chester Bente were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and family were Sunday afternoon guests" in the Lawrence Baade home. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Easton and family moved Saturday into the house vacated by the Ben Krambeer family, now owned by Harlan Reinhardt. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Wolter and Dwaine. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Staley and Crystal Monee were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossman. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reinhardt moved last Monday into their new house which they recently purchased at Postville and the Ben Krambeer family moved into the house vacated by the Reinhardts. On Thursday evening Rev. Paul Adix baptized the little daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade at the Baade home. She was named Jean Ann. Sponsors were Mrs. Vern Zieman and Mrs. Maude Baade. In honor of the baptism, the following were supper guests in the Baade home: Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zieman and Phyllis of Monona. Mrs. Maude Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman and daughters, Eev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula "Hope, Mr: and Mrs. Myron Dettman and Julie, and Chester Bente, all of Luana. I LUANA HI-SPY j; i > , First and Second Grades. Those with perfect attendance for this last six weeks are: Anaruth Cooper. Bruce Radloff, Virgil Scheffert, Donald Stadtmiller, Karen Krueger. LaVonne Palas, Gary Radloff, James Snively and Donna Mae Walz. Three book reports were enjoyed very much in our room this week. They were given by Donna Mae Walz, Roger Klocke and James Snively. Johnny Carr visited with u short time Tuesday morning. Third and Fourth Grade. Both the third and fourth grades are making Christmas pictures for the bulletin board this week. They had their pictures taken at school November 24. Kenneth Palas. David Doerring, Stanley Sehierholz. Lucille Martins, Mary Panncke. Gary Radach. Richard Lenth, Roger Mueller and Combination Ronald Wentz were not absent the six weeks ending November 21. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Work has been started on a Christmas program to be given the afternoon of December 19. It is not a long program, but each one has some part in it. We have drawn names for a gift exchange, so secrets are the prevailing topics. Hot Lunch Menus. Our hot lunch menus for the coming week will be as follows Monday—Irish stew; head lettuce with dressing; bread; butter; preserves; milk; ice cream. Tuesday—Roast beef; mashed potatoes and gravy; baked dressing; carrot sticks; bread and butter milk; oranges. Wednesday—Vegetable beef stew; cole slaw; bread and butter; milk; pear sauce and cookies. Thursday—Meat loaf; mashed potatoes; celery sticks; bread and butter; milk; ice cream. Friday — Escalloped ham; potatoes; lettuce _ and dressing; bread and butter; milk; fruit jello with whipped cream. Juniors To Present Play. The junior class of Luana high school will present as their class play a three act farce, "It's Papa. Who Pays," by Mary Cunninghami The following appear in the per^ formance: Mrs. Denning, the mot ther, Ruth Miller; Mr. Denning,' "Dad," Marvin Miller; Dick Denny,' the son. Marlow Gisleson; Babs Denny, the daughter, Marilyn Gordon; Edith, Bab's friend, Rita Land; Wayne Carlton, Edith's cousin, LaVerne Landt; Grace Denny, an aunt, Janice Radach; Lee Denny, an uncle. Robert Bugenhagen; Dora Denny. Lee's bride, Elaine Doerring; Miss Atwood, Eileen Schrader; Fixer Phipps, a reporter, Norman Kruse; Mr. Magoon, a contestant, Romandus Gisleson. Stage manager, James Cowell; lighting manager, Ronald Mueller; publicity manager, Clarice Busness. The play is under the direction of Mrs. Virginia Meskel. This play is as full of laughs as an old time Fourth was full of firecrackers. Papa cracks down on the family for entering so many eon- tests. Contests are against his principles—he'll have no more of them—and then he wins a car in a contest he had forgotten he'd entered long ago. To keep the family from finding it out Papa fibs a bit. He tells them he has bought a car from a brother who repaid a loan. Then the brother appears. To make matters worse it develops that papa hasn't won the prize, but only the second prize—a Russian wolfhound. Papa is egged on to bigger and better lies by his friend, Mr. Fixer—who fixes everything wrong. You will have many a laugh listening to and watching harassed Papa and his too-helpful friend, Mr. Fixer, the sentimental poet and his practical bride, two contest crazy couples, the pugnacious goof who won the car, the brisk young lady in charge of the contest, a charming young aunt, and Mother, who puts up with all of them. Radio Speaking Program. Luana high was represented in the fourteenth annual radio speak ing program over station WKBB, Dubuque, Tuesday afternoon by Donnafred Wagner who spoke on "Tuberculosis: Find it Early; Shirley Hinman who said "Tuberculosis: Treat it Promptly", and Peggy Lange who told the story of the "Christmas Seal: Health Pioneer." The girls were ac companied to Dubuque by Supt. Snively and Mrs. Meskel, director of the project. They report it as being a very' exciting experience and "a lot of fun." Honor Roll. Those of the high school student body who had an "A" average for the second six weeks period were, Donnafred Wagner and Shirley Hinman, seniors; Darlene Wagner and Beverly Nelson, Sophomores; Richard Russett and Jacquelyn Doerring, freshmen. The students having "B" averages were, Elaine Doerring . and Ruth Miller, juniors; Ardyth Wagner and Mary Klinkenberg, sophomores; Billy Landt, freshman. Sports. We are very proud of our boys' basketball team this season. They have come out on top in their first three games by defeating Guttenberg, St. Mary's of Guttcnberg, and McGregor. Their fourth game was Friday, December 4, with Volga City. Delos Martins, senior; Norman Kruse, La Verne Landt and Romandus Gisleson, juniors; and Marvin Mohs, sophomore, comprise the fighting team. The girls have given their first two games to their opponents, Qut tenberg and McGregor. | FRANKVILLE Frankville Community Church Wm. Niles, Student Pastor The Sunday School Christmas- program is well under way with Mrs. Wayne Brandt, program chairman, assisted by Virgean Letchford. Choir practice will be held Friday evening at 8. All who will help with the Christmas* music please" come out and have fun singing to the glory of almighty God. There is a place for you in Sunday School that only you can fill. Let each one of us ask someone else to come with us next Sunday to learn the truths of God's Word and the lessons that they teach us today. Come and learn of God. Morning Worship at 11 a. m. Sermon topic, "The Adoration of the Messiah." , / CASTALIA * Miss Wilrriarie Huinker, daughter^brides' parents by the Rev. Wilton of A. T. Huinker, Monona, became the bride of Ronald Schultz of Janesville, Wis., son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz of Castalia, at St. . Patrick's church. Monona, Saturday.)' morning, Nov. 29, at 8:30 o'clock wiffi'Bevrl^e-DonlDn'll^forntmg the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a blue gabardine suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Her bridesmaid, Miss Mary Adel Keating of Prairie du Chien, wore a pink gabardine suit with wine accessories and a corsage of white and yellow mums. The bridegroom was attended by Adrian Huinker, brother of the bride. Irvin Huinker, brother of the bride, acted as usher. A wedding dinner was served to 40 guests at the I. O. O. F. hall in Monona at noon. In the evening, the couple left on a week's wedding trip. The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of Monona high school. The bridegroom served more than three years in the navy and is now engaged in business at Janesville, Wis. F | Thought [Qems SIMPLICITY. Brandt-Latterman Nuptials. / Marion Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt of Frankville, and Leslie Latterman of Frankville, were married Tuesday, December 2, at the home of the George Allen home from Thursday to Saturday. Mrs. Allen accompanied them home for a visit. The Willing Workers served a 6:30 o'clock dinner to 24 Waukon people Wednesday evening. The hostesses were Mrs. E. A. Lcschens- ky and Mi's. G. W. Eaton, both of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoffman are rejoicing over the arrival of their first son. David Henry, born at Dc- corah hospital. Monday, Dec. 1. The Hoffmans have three daughters, Carol, Karen and Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sampson and Shirley are visitors at (he Lynn Crawford home, being called to Decorah on account of the death of his father, LeRoy Sampson. Funeral services were held Monday afternoon, after which Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sampson returned to Waterloo. GETS THEM. Hr 'Smning ^o ^.Emery, So ..33a,kpta. J They were attended by Mrs. jW. H Sinning and Hartley Latter- fman. The bride wore a gray gabardine suit with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink roses and carnations. Her only jewelry was a strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Her attendant wore a pink gabardine dress with brown accessories and her corsage was pink roses and carnations. Following the ceremony, a wedding dinner was served to twelve of the immediate family and friends. Mrs. Latterman has been teaching in the primary grades in Frankville. Mr. Latterman is engaged in farming near Frankville. Out of town guests at the wedding were Rev. and Mrs. W. H. Sinning and Mark of Emery, So. Dakota, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman, Shirley, Norma and Mary, of Waukon, and Hartley Latterman of Waterloo. The couple left on a short wedding trip. Upon their return they will live on a farm near Frankville. Preston. Mr. and KARL ERB Telephone 138-16 Monona, Iowa "Even If they are Santa Clans' whiskers, you better put them back. Right now I'm being an extra good boy. Even drinking twice as much Waters' Pasteurized Milk as usual. But that's easy any time." For Pure Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call 3S-F-62. In character, in manners, in style, in all things, the supreme excellence is simplicity.—Longfellow. V] Nothing is more simple than greatness; indeed to be simple is to be great.—Emerson. • * • * * There is a majesty in simplicity which is far above the quaintness of wit.—Pope. ***** "Love one another" (I John, iii. 23), is the most simple and profound counsel of the inspired writer.—Mary Baker Eddy. ***** Simplicity, of all things, is the hardest to be copied.—Steele. • •*»•' Elegance of language may not be in the power of all of us; but simplicity and straightforwardness are. Write much as you would speak: speak as you think.—Alford. Dean Kneeskern of Minn., visited his parents. Mrs. Roy Kneeskern. Mr..-and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Jerry were supper guests at the Roland Peck home N Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis of Postville spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby. Mrs. Herman Hoffman of Stratford, Wis., is a visitor in the home of her son, Henry Hoffman, and family. Mrs. America Barker, Warren, Thelma and Verle spent Sunday at the Everette Wallace home near Waukon. Mrs. Stella Barckley returned to her home in Janesville. Wis., after spending a week at the Dan Higgins home. Betty Kamin. who operates a beauty shop in Ridgeway, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby were Sunday dinner guests at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Brainard near Postville. Mrs. Lynn Crawford went to Waterloo Thursday afternoon to visit her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sampson. Mr. and Mrs. George Haugen of La Crosse were visitors at the 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 1946 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1942 Ford 2-Door Super Deluxe with Radio and Heater 1941 Ford Track 1937 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1937 Ford 2-Door 1936 Chevrolet 1935 Chevrolet Pickup 1931 Model A Ford 1929 Model A Ford 1946 AUis-Chalmers Tractor 1938 AUis-Chalmers Tractor RADIOS GAROD RADIOS FOB SALE ! Willman Motor Telephones: Office, 293; Residence 90-J At Stuart, a big Great Dane male dog, "Buck," is probably Iowa's outstanding coyote-killer. Owned by Garland Davis, the big five-year old dog killed 22 foxes his first year of hunting two years ago and is much in demand whenever foxes or coyotes need exterminating. "Buck" does not hunt alone; he operates with a supporting cast of "trailers," or tracking dogs, and Buck closes in for the kill. Nearly 400,000 forms were given new electric service between June 30, 1946 and June 30, 1947. This sets a new record for REA installations. Buy certified seed whonevt,! Electric pig brooders cut la bnby pigs about one-half, Herald Want Ads bring results. "Better" Used Cars '46 Chevrolet Stylemaster Sedan '42 Buick "Super" Sedan '41 Oldsmobile 6 Tudor '37 Furd "85" Sedan '36 Ford "85" Tudor '36 Chevrolet Standard Coupe '35 Chevrolet Sedan '35 Chevrolet Tudor '33 Chevrolet Tudor JeromeH.Lensing FESTINA, IOWA Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa WED., DEC. 10 CHUCK HALL MODERN BAND SAT., DEC. 13 Viking Accordion Band WED., DEC. 17 HENRY CHARLES Stylists in Sweet Swing Ladies admission free on Wednesday nights before 9:30 — 13c Fed. Tax to be collected at door. FINE FURS are a Convenient Terms Precious Gifi If the Fashion is new, t Quality is excellent, Price offers most for money, you're gettingj fine Fur investment- Come in! See these Be^ tiful Coats at— NEILLY'S Coat and Suit St SATURDAY December 2( MEN— Give Her a Fur Coat for Christmas. White will be here all day Saturday at NeiliSJS? 'Coat and Suit Store. Drop in and see those ikw»$ Fur values. U w wr.< MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS »" WHYSHOPAROUN when one tire gives you ill this k.00»' JIEST, last and always, j rB.F.Goodrich Silveno«|I ways the best. The brM -fll tread that runs level -to •** . . . gives more miles a footing . . . equalizes »«;§ resists side-slip . . . sto Finer, tougher cords and them add stamina that shnf road shock at high speed. IV1RY •.(.GOODRICH TIRE UMjijjjjjjf Hartwig Service Station 1 TELEPHONE NO. 173 POSTVILtE, I BFGoodi-iel FIRST IN RUBBER Sfrabby? Get New _ _ ASTER-TEX SEAT COVERS! In just 10 minuted your cor coats will] look Ilk* now! • They're cat for per* I feet lift •TneyVe so easy fej put on/ These long wearing, attractive M a s t e r-T e x seat covers come in sizes to lit two and four door cars. LOCALLY OWNED — NATIONALLY ORGANIZED DOUGLAS R. LOOMIS, Proprietor POULTRY SERVICE bulling - - Vaccinating - - Worming - - De-Beaking ALLAMAKEE HATCHERY lephone No. 187 Poatville,

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