Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 14, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 14, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, JANVAly \A LUANA Si. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor j Sunday, Jan. 18—9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church service, with installation of church officers. Monday evening, Jan. 19—8:00, Brotherhood meeting. ; The company passed a resolution that in the future a statement should appear on the creamery check that if not cashed within Kr, i nihil I 1 —* NallBflZ ^^^ixty days they would be void.—• i*K pretty wedding occurred at St I Monona Leader. John's Lutheran church at Luana ^Sunday afternoon, January 11. at vtwo o'clock, when Donna Mae Krambeer, of Luana, became the bride of Loren Leas, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Leas, of Rossville, Rev Paul Adix officiating in a double sang.ceremony. The bride was "given in marriage by her father and wore a white satin gown with a junior church train and a Spanish veil. She carried a white prayer book covered with pink roses and lilies-of-the- valley. with streamers of pink and •white. The matron of honor, Mrs. Cornelius Olaf of Lansing, sister of the bridegroom, wore an orchid gown of net over taffeta. The bridesmaid, Miss Evelyn Krambeer. of Postville. cousin of the bride, wore a gown of gold taffeta. Both attendants wore matching veils and carried colonial bouquets. The flower girls, nieces of the bride, Norma Jean and Lorna Lynne Hangartner, wore identical gowns "of white satin and carried baskets of yellow mums. The bridegroom's attendants were Robert Krambeer. brother of the bride, and Cornelius Olaf, brother- in-law of the bridegroom. Ushers were Carlton Collins and Le Roy Leas. The mothers of both the bride and bridegroom wore dresses of black crepe with corsages of gold and lavender mums. Helmuth Landt played the nuptial music and accompanied 2VIiss Lyledene Engelhardt of Des Moines as she sang. "Oh Perfect Love" and "Because." Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for over 200 guests. The bridal table was decorated with a four- tiered wedding cake, with a miniature bride and groom. During the reception D'Elda Palas sang three "selections, accompanied by Phyllis Zieman. Mr. and Mrs. Leas are both graduates of the Luana Sigh school. The couple left for a short wedding trip and the bride's traveling costume was an aqua wool dress with gold sequins and black accessories. Creamery Meeting. Willis Lamker was reelected president along with other members of the board of the Luana Farmers Cooperative Creamery company at their annual meeting held in the opera house in Luana, Monday. Jan. 5. Lloyd Pearson and Cornell Riveland were renamed vice president and treasurer, respectively. Elmer Mohs was reelected a director. Arthur Palas was chosen a director, replacing Henry Gisleson. Holdover directors are Henry Wagner, Arno H. Miller, Curtis Zieman and" Fred Schrader. An educational film on dairying was shown. Lester Neverman, president of the Northeast Iowa Dairy Quality Improvement association, led the group in a discussion on a quality program. Mrs. Minnie Collins and son, Robert, were at Britt Thursday attending the funeral of their nephew and cousin. Mrs. Beulah Nichols of Postville and Mrs. Bessie Nichols of Milltown, Wis., were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Lizzie Hunter. Mr. and Mrs. Giles Blietz and family of Garnavillo were Saturday evening supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman and family. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wutschke of Medford, Minn., were guests in the Lynn Hangartner, Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Minnie Collins home Sunday and Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gilster of Monona, Mrs. Louise Frederick of Far- mersbufg and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reitter of Britt were supper guests in the home of Mrs. Minnie Collins Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Wutschke of Medford, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien of McGregor came Sunday to attend the wedding of their cousin. Donna Mae Krambeer,, and Loren Leas at the Lu theran church. Mrs. Keith Gordon of Monona the past week bought the Wm. Doer J ring property which is now being occupied by Herman Gruel and Mrs. Mary Brown. Mrs. Gordon's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mann of Castalia, will move into the house. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Harris 'and Mr. and Mrs. Merle Harris of Gary, Ind.. Mrs. Paul Wright of Bristol, Ind.. and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloxham of Bettendorf were guests during the past week in the Lynn Hangartner home. They came to attend the funeral of their father, Conrad Hangartner, at Postville. A kitchen shower was given in honor of Donna Mae Krambeer jon January 6 in the home of Mrs. Anna Gentz. The evening was spent playing "Hasenpfeffer" with the prizes given to the bride-to-be. A lunch was served to the following: Donna Mae Krambeer, Jeanne Dettman, Phyllis Zieman, D'Elda Mae Palas, Marjorie Gentz, Ilavern Seeland and Mrs. Reuben Hoth. I LUANA HI-SPY I i J High School' News. The bookkeeping students completed their first practice set before vacation and have been studying how to keep records for a school newspaper. They are now working a school newspaper problem. The writing of business letters has been introduced to the typing students. They are now starting an instructional block on repetitive practice to build sustained typing power, and have made charts to GRAND OPENING show their progress. The freshman English students have finished their book report pro ject and have almost all given reports in class. They have just completed work on pronouns. The tenth grade English students have just finished the unit on the inverted word order for emphasis and to avoid monotony. Movie Shown, The students enjoyed the first movie from a series of eight Friday, "Hold That Ghost," starring Abbott and Costello. The movies will be shown every Friday afternoon for the next eight weeks. Basketball. Our boys lost the last game before Christmas vacation to a strong Garnavillo team. It was a low scoring game which ended 20 to 23. High scorer for Luana was Kruse with 12 points. The girls also lost to Garnavillo, making 3 wins and 3 losses. The record for the Luana boys stands at 7 victories and one defeat Fifth and Sixth Grades. We have had nearly perfect attendance since vacation in spite of so much illness in the community. Friday afternoon we enjoyed the show, Abbott and Costello, in "Hold That Ghost." It was given in the high school assembly. Third and Fourth Grade. Tuesday morning Norma Jean Hangartner, who is in the fourth grade, celebrated her birthday by giving treats to the room. In the afternoon Merranda Nuehring, who is in the third grade, celebrated her birthday by giving treats to the pupils of the room. We all had a nice Christmas vacation, but we are glad to be back in school again. Friday morning Marlene Scheffert celebrated her birthday by giving treats to us. First and Second Grades. We were very sorry to lose Sharon Kruse this week, when they moved, but we are all hoping she will come back and visit us if she gets a chance. Clarence Brainard and Karen Krueger have been absent all week due to illness. The first grade are busy reading in their books which are entitled, "Skip Along." They are all progressing nicely. In numbers they have learned to count by 5's to 100. Monday afternoon David Lamborn treated the room to candy bars and on Thursday Sharon Kruse treated us to candy and gum. Both were celebrating their birthdays. FIVE FOX. A group of hunters from Cherokee county staged a successful fox hunt there recently, bagging five and wounding a sixth in one afternoon. " J Extremely low temperatures in your hen house this winter will cut egg production. OF THE NEW Checkerboard Ballroom Located just south of Prairie du Chien, Wis., on U. S. Highway No. 18 General Admission—$1.25per person, plus tax NEW, MODERN Marlow Milker I shall be pleased to demonstrate this modern Milker at any time Designed with such features as 10 inches low vacuum for perfect udder safety; positive action, trouble-free pulsa- tor; automatically sealed cover; at-a-glance milk flow; the straight- through easy-cleaning claw; all stainless steel construction; equipped with natural crude rubber plus fast, clean milking. The MARLOW is the simplest and most sanitary milker on the market today—it is 'way ahead of others, in fact. SEE OR CALL Lawrence Block LOCAL DEALER Phone 47-F-17 TMMO*. Iowa 1 FRANK VILLE I v- -J Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin and Betty were La Crosse, Wis., visitors Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim were Postville visitors Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Earl Hammel is in Milwaukee, Wis., visiting her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hammel. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz of Castalia spent Wednesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin. Alice Thompson of Decorah was a weekend visitor with Betty Kamin at \the Lester Kamin home this week. Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bulman of Waukon were visitors at the Willing Workers meeting Thursday afternoon. Friends here have been advised of the birth of a son to Deputy Sheriff and Mrs. Harry Halverson of Decorah. Roeliff Laughlin, who attends the University of Minnesota, was a weekend guest of Donald Birdsell at the Leo Birdsell home. Donald Birdsell, who attends Luther College in Decorah, spent his holiday vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert and sons enjoyed a long distance tele­ phone call from Harold at San Antonio, Texas, where he is stationed with the U. S. Air Forces. Mrs. Elmer Fadncss and Mrs. Leonard Crawford accompanied a group of 4-H girls to Decorah Sunday afternoon where they attended a farewell party given in honor of their former H. D. A. loader, Mrs. Donald Moore. I CASTALIA I V . ' Mrs. Delia Winn of Cedar Rapids is visiting in the Oran Brandt home. Ole Aschim of Buxton, No. Dak., spent Sunday in the Clifford Stec home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean left on Thursday for Brownsville, Texas, for the winter.' Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stce and Ellen Marie spent Monday and Tuesday in Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt ;ind Nancy of Cresco spent the weekend in the John Kluss home. Merle Stee reurned from the University Hospital at Iowa City Thursday and is getting along nicely. Dolores Holly and Fern Marting of Monona and Oran Engelhardt of Postville visited Marlus Engelhardt Sunday afternoon. A potluck lunch was served as a farewell courtesy for Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schuttz Wednesday. The Schultzcs will move onto the Thos. Monroe farm soon. Those attending were Mrs. Will Tfmmerman, Mrs. Melvin Stee, Mrs. Robert Szabo and baby. Mrs. Wayne Hargrove, Mrs. Will Schnve, Mrs. Dell Harvey, Mrs. Clifford Stce and Karen. Mrs. Lena Perry, Mrs. Harlan Stee. Mrs. Merle Stee and Mnry, Mrs. Vernon Knmp and baby, Mrs. Donald Kohrs, Gerald Llmke- man, Mrs, Walter SchultJ Everett Schultz and chllftl Mrs. Thomas Monroe, One way to fight the hl(j living is to plant a big spring, says Larry Grot ( State College extension ^ Fa»m-produced manure i nish much of the nitrogen J needs of the farm if proptj snys H. B. Cheney, Iowa lege agronomist. CENTRAL LIFE ASSURANCE SOCIETl Des Moines, Iowa ONE Of THE BEST;.' A. H. OELKE DISTRICT AGENT Telephone 43 Monona, Iowa r< Representative of This Company For 2."> Y Having sold our farm, we will sell at Public Auction on the place known as George Waters farm, 4y 2 miles northeast of Postville, 5 miles northwest of LuaJ"| on a good graveled road, on ridel Sale to begin at 12:30 p. m. o'clock Registered HEREFORD Consisting of 10 Registered Hereford Cows tn f«.k • • *i i„» .it i i. - . u v-ows to freshen in SDrinir and the calfl will be eligible for registration; 3 Registered Hereford spring; 9 Registered Hereford Bull Calves, from 4To'9 ml*" VTt™ t ^SZ Heifers, from 6 t« 8 «u ' m * to 9 m °nths old; 3 fine JerKj* •8 mm OATS, CORN AND HAY About 850 bu. good Oats; 150 bu. of Corn, some new and some old; 700 b> of good Clover and Timothy Hay; about 20 tons of good Clover and Timothy H| FARMING EQUIPMENT Self Hog Feeder; Cream Cooling Tank; Oil Bath Pump Jack; 2 Stock Watt ing Tanks; Portable Loading Chute, and other articles too numerous to roenti* ••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••» .....................•••'i Terms of Sale will be Cash unless arrangements are made with Clerk before -U and C. E. Waters RYAN & DEAN, Auctioneers CITIZENS STATE BANK, CU

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