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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1948
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PAGE SBC THE P0STV1LLE HERALD. POSTV1LLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JAMJAR J LUANA Happy Hour Club Meets. The Happy Hour Study Club held its annual card party Wednesday «vening. January 14, at the Ben Krambeer home. Progressive 500 was played, with Ben Krambeer winning traveling 3>rize; high honors went to Mrs. Curtis Zieman and Ben Krambeer, low prizes to Mrs. Willard Kamin and Oscar Davis. At midnight paper sack lunches and coffee were served. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown and son, Mr. and Mrs. William Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kamin, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lembke, Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielson, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer. St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, January 25—9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church service. Thursday afternoon, Jan. 29—1:30, Ladies' Aid. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick were :Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Don Lamborn and David. Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clark Nichols at Waterville. Miss Phyllis Zieman of Monona is visiting this week in the home of her brother, Curtis Zieman, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Maury Engelhardt of Monona were 6:30 dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick Saturday evening. Herman Gruel is very grateful to the fire department who assisted in putting out the chimney fire at his home last Wedneseday noon. The 500 Club met at the home of Mrs. Joe Land Wedneseday evening. Prizes were awarded to Mrs. Carl Bundrick, high; Mrs. Frederick Funk, low, and Mrs. George Wolter received the traveling prize. Miss Lyledene Engelhardt, who is an instructor in the Menlo, Iowa, school, spent the weekend with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt, and also sang at the wedding of her cousin, Donna Mae Krambeer. to Loren Leas last Sunday. John Kepler, who since his discharge from service has been employed at the Waukon Lumber Co., •will become the manager of the Luana Lumber Co., the latter part of January- They have rented a house here and he expects to sell their home in Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Loren, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Huck stadt, Gary,' Sandra, Neil and Dianne, with Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Deal of Farmersburg, attended a shower in honor of Mrs. John Brandt on Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandt at Postvillc. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman and Shirley entertained at an 8 o'clock dinner Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Riveland. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Neverman and sons, Cornell Riveland of Luana, and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Riveland. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zieman and Phyllis, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duwe and Kenneth of Monona, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula Hope, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade and Jean Ann. Mrs. Maude Baade and Chet Bente were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman and family in honor of Mr. Zieman's birthday anniversary. Mrs. Amanda Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Landt, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Walter and family, with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Wilkins of Froelich, Mr. and MB3. Ray Leet, Mr. and Mrs. Will Walter of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. John Rugland of St. Olaf, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walter and family of Monona were Sunday guests of Arthur and Arno Buckmann at Farmersburg in honor of Arthur Buckmann's birthday anniversary. LUANA HI-SPY First and Second Grades. The first grade have been reading stories about Alice and Jerry from the board. The story is printed on the board and then read. This gives practice on the new words before reading the new slory in their books. Those who had 100% in spelling last week are Keith Doerring, Carol Faber, Erma Jean Miene, Donnabelle Mueller, Evelyn Nel son, LaVonne Palas, James Snively and Donna Mae Walz. Donna Mae Walz has missed only one word in spelling during the first semester. Anaruth Cooper and Donald Stadtmiller have had perfect at tendance this first semester. Third and Fourth Grade. Several were absent this week because of illness. The children all enjoyed the picture show Friday afternoon. The third grade pupils are reading the story about the Elf and the Giants in their Health books. Th fourth grade pupils are studying "Your Food and Drink" in their Health books this week. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Janice Zweibohmer has the honor of being the only one in the room who has had a perfect score in all spelling lessons and tests this semester. This also means each word was written correctly. Nola Enyart nearly equalled the honor, missing in one lesson. Perfect attendance honors go to Dixie Land and Gary Rose, Edythe and Robert Doerring missed only a half day, which was spent giving a musical number at a ladies' aid meeting in Monona. Sports. The boys' and girls' basketball teams played Guttenberg high school at Guttenberg January 13 The boys wpn, 33 to 30, and the girls lost a hard fought game, 25 to 19. The junior high team went to McGregor Wednesday, January 14, and lost in a low scoring game, 10 to 7. At the half our team was ahead and the score was 4 to 2. January 16 the bqys and girls played Farmersburg here. General News. Last week ended the first semester of the school year, which kept the high school students occupied by semester exams. The bookkeeping students had a semester test Thursday over the first 16 chapters they have covered. ifflllllllllllllll!llll!liil]i!lll!lll!l|[!illllllllllllll|]lllllllllllllllllinilllllllin! ATTENTION FARMERS PLACE TOUR ORDERS FOR CERTIFIED CLINTON OATS AND THE NEW MINDO OATS at present prices while the supply lasts. Shipments will be made soon. Clinton $3.25 Mindo__$4.25 Prices subject to change at any time. EMIL LEMBKE MONONA, IOWA Telephone: Luana 219-F-616 tmiiiiHuiii "YOURS FOR DANCING" SHERIFF TOM OWEN — and his COWBOYS OF RADIO STATION WMT Sat., Jan. 24 American Legion JR. BASEBALL DANCE BOB WELTY — and his — Singing Strings All Proceeds go to the American Legion Junior Baseball Club Tues., Jan. 27 LAKESIDE Gottenberg, Iowa DAIRY FEED Is Cheaper Than Bran We have coming soon a carload of INTERNATIONAL 16% and 18% DAIRY FEED with Molasses Buy It From The Car And Save! Castalia General Store H. S. MacMillan Groceries, Hardware, Dry Goods, Feeds Public Auction Having sold my farm, will sell at auction at my place located 9'A miles south and east of Waukon, 7K- miles north and west of Monona, on all weather road, on MONDAY, JANUARY 26 Sale Starting at 10:30 o'clock A. M. The Forest Mills Ladies' Aid Society Will Serve Lunch 30 High Grade. Black Angus Cattle 8 Steers, coming 1 year old; 6 Heifers, coming 1 year old; 12 Beef Cows; 3 Calves; Purebred Angus Bull, 2 years old. 6 Head of Good Milch Cows 6 Milk Cows, mostly Guernseys—two are fresh, others to freshen in spring. Also a YEARLING GUERNSEY HEIFER. 2 HEAD OF WORK HORSES Both are smooth mouth. Also Two Sets of Good. Harness. 90 AUSTBA WHITE ONE-YEAR-OLD HENS Loose and Baled Hay and Corn 500 Bales of Hay, mostly clover; 17 tons Clover and Timothy, & more or less; Quantity Loose Hay; 750 bu. Corn, more or less, jj COMPLETE LINE OF MACHINERY 1 MODEL A JOHN DEERE TRACTOR on rubber, with set of steel wheels to fit Model A Tractor; 2 Bow Cultivator, fits either Model A or B John Deere Tractor; John Deere No. 52 .16-ln. Tractor Plow; John Deere 7-ft. Tandem Disc; John Deere Van Brunt 8-ft. all steel Grain Drill, like new, with grass seeder; John Deere 4- Secton Steel Tractor Harrow; 2-Sectlon Wood Drag; 8-ft. John Deere Grain Binder; John Deere Corn Binder with bundle carrier; John Deere Double Drum Slat Hay Loader; John Deere 5-ft. Mower: Daln Side Rack; 10-in. Papec Hammer Mill; 50-ft Hammer Mill Belt, almost new, 6 Roll U. S. Goodhue Com Shredder; 75 foot Drive Belt; 2 Feed Bunks; John Deere 899 Corn Planter with 120 rods of wire; Dump Rake; King Riding Cultivator; Moline Manure Spreader; 2 Steel Wheel Wagons; 1 Wide Tired Wood Wheel Wagon; 2-Seetion Spring Tooth Harrow {Seated Buggy; 2 Bobsleds; Bay Rack; Wood Rack; 2 Wagon Boxes; Clipper No. 1 Fanning Mill; Platform Scale; Corp Shelter SUn Scraper; Set of Tractor Chains; Log Chain, Surge Electric Fencer; Roll Snow Fence; DeLaval No. 17 Cream Separator with Y* h.p. Motor; M-gaL Cream Cans and Pails; 2 32-volt Motors; Gasoline Barrels; Feed Mixing Barrel; Native Lumber; Oak Fence Posts; Grapple Fork; Pair new Horse Blankets, never used; Large Iron Kettle. The typing students have completed thfeir graphs for speed tests and Ruth Miller and Elaine Doerring are both able to type 30 words a minute, when deducting 10 words for each error. The students have also been typing business letters. Ninth grade English students finished their work on pronouns, gave their book reports, and after taking the semester exam, began work on verbs. The different uses, and punctuation marks were presented to the tenth grade Engljsh students this week. \ The junior high also took semester tests on Monday and the eighth grade is now studying the rules for capitalization, while the seventh grade is studying pronouns. Movies are presented each Friday in the assembly. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Coal and Wood Circulating Heater; r Clad Range; 6-ft. Servel Electrolux Kerosene Refrigerator; ase; Dresser; Rocker; Chairs, and many other articles. RALPH LEPPERT HEXOM * BUEN, Aorta. POSTVILLE STATE BANK. Clerk I FRANKVILLE I V ) 4-H Girls Meet. The Frankville Happy. Homemakers 4-H Club met at the home of Margaret and Lila Stegen last Saturday. Roll call was answered by members naming their favorite color scheme. "Accomplishments of Kindness" was the topic discussed by the group. They named among these: friends, good reputation, good personality, better churches, better ^communities, peace with foreign countries, and obedience. A talk by Margaret Stegen on "Hobbies and their place in the home," brought out that there is a place for everything. This hobby gives entertainment and education. "Posture" was the subject of Darlene Hughes talk, and a health talk, "Vegetables," was given by Shirley Topel. The group then discussed "Mother—My Confidante," and later the hostesses served a lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Bonnie Schroeder February 21.— Marietta VanWey, Reporter. ning where Mrs. Crawford gave n program of talks and music. The Willing Workers are meeting in group form (his week Thursday afternoon at the homes of Mrs. Perlie Cook and Mrs. Keith Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Orvillc Ruen of Decorah wore callers at the Arthur Ruen home Wednesday evening to help Knthryn celebrate her birthday. ' "'"Arthur Hesse has purchased Ihe Otto Hager property in Frankville and will take possession .March 1st. Mr., and Mrs. Hager will move to Castalia. "Mr.-and Mrs. Waller Pilgrim spent last Saturday evening visit- with Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J ^" SAFE DRIVER. Bob Hughes, Storm Lake, got o letter from the firm for which he travels, complimenting hinv on his long record of drivlnJ an automobile accident I days Inter he hit a patcti J the Mason City highway over. A NURSERY SERVICE THAT PLE„ THOSE WHO KNOW GARDENING fi Specializing in tlic Most Dependable Varieties Fruits ami Evergreens for this area. A post card will bring- our "Direct To You' C«U|^| W. A. BENTS NURSERIES CRESCO, IOWA the farm home near; ing Brandt at Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knccskeni and Elton of Deeorah and Mrs. Telia Hauge and daughter. Phillis. of Calmar. were Sunday visitors at the Alwin Walby home. Mr. and Mrs. Hillman Sersland. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Brown and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Ludeking were visitors at Ihe home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruen Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Kurth and Randy Ray of Farmersburg were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clement January 11. Knthryn Ruen. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruen, was honored at a party in her home last Wednesday evening to celebrate her birthday. Carlton and Elaine invited the guests and Mrs. Ruen served refreshments. Public Auctio Having sold my farm, I wilt sell at PuMIc Auction on ft? „ , llromelkamp farm. 2 miles straight south of Monona, on Hj$| Saturday, January ftjj Sale beginning promptly at 12:30 o 'clock m'th CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meincckc, rastor Castalia, Iowa m., Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe, were Waukon visitors on Friday of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis of Postville were Sunday, Jan. 11, dinner guests at the Alwin Walby home. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russett. Marilyn and Beverly were Sunday visitors at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clement and Wayne were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Clement. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford went to Waterloo one day last week for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sampson. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford were at Lansing last Friday eve- Saturday. January 24—8:45 a Confirmation instruction. Sunday, January 25—9:30 a. m.. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m„ Morning worship. A meeting of all servicemen of World War II is scheduled following the morning worship service. Monday. January 26—8:00 p. m.. Lutheran Brotherhood. The Brotherhood of Stavanger Lutheran will be our guests. OUT OF BUSINESS. At Remsen. Mrs. Emil Rumohr has closed out her canary business, shipping her last 37 birds to breeders in distant states. Usually she has kept around 75 birds on hand, at prices ranging from S10 up. After being in the business for many years, she reports canary raising as "profitable" but says the birds require a lot of work. 10 HEAD OF COWS and HEIFujft^ llolstein Cow, fresh by Fell. 1; 2 Holstein Heifers, secoi7I^S «d Feb. 1; llolstein Heifer, first calf, Feb. 1; Brown Swiss second calf, Feb. 1; 2 llrown Swiss Heifers, first calf i t Guernsey Heifer, first calf in March; 2 Guernsey Heifer 4 HEAD OF HORSES £"* Brown Mare, 9 years old, wt. 1600 lbs.; Roan Gelding 6 v«, n * < ' wl. IfiOO lbs.; Bay Gelding, 7 years old, wt. 1500 lbs.; BayC jmenj 8 years old, wt. 1500 lbs. All quiet, sound and well brokf l1eie ; 2 Sets of Back pad Harness, one nearly new. p ' lot Corn, Oats, Hay and Straw cea About 400 bu. Good Ear Corn; 90-day Corn, very dry; At» u, bu. Boone Oats; About 4 tons Clover and Timothy Mix* fid 0 About 100 Bales of Good Oats Straw. j, er ABOUT 300 LEGHORN I'ULLETS — LAVING VERY ( j^ 1 .*^ FULL LINE FARM MACHINE^ V-C CASE TRACTOR starter, lights, power take -off, pull' Rood rubber; Case Cultivator for V -C Tractor; John D (*n^ Tractor, recently reconditioned, in A-l shape; John Deere v| 2-Bottom Tractor Plow; John Deere Plow Sole Fertilizer AS John Deere Model II. II. Manure Spreader on fi.50 x 1st nearly new; Van Brnnl ll-ft. Seeder, 22-shovel, nearly new ;|i' Deere 15-ft. Harrow, wood sections; Deering Now IdalJ-j -J Mower; Deep Well Worm Gear Pump Jack; John Deere \fil©H wood gear, rubber tires; Rubber Tire Wagon, Tlinken on: j grade one 6.00 x 1G tires, nearly new; Hay Rack, new: ft Box. 28-in. Combination, new; 2 Single Row Corn tultin Hudson Electric 500-chiek Brooder; Chicken Feeders; Chid ! terers; Jamesway Electric Waterers; Superior Hog Feeder.* Thieman Rotary Hog Feeder; Franklin Hog Watercr. hejtrt gal. size; Daisy Hog Wuierer, new, unpacked; Daisy Hoj Wtf in wood barrel; Tank Heater; 30 Oak Fence Posts; Tackle Hi 50-ft. "ji-in. Rope; 50-ft. |i -in. Steel Cable; Garden CulliJ Wire Stretcher; 3 Lawn Chairs; Lawn Mower;; Poreh «l 500-ft. Dry Oak Lumber; 14-ft. Ladder; Step Ladder; SnowF* Fence Braces; Grain Sacks; Cream Cans, and other article ; HOUSEHOLD GOODS— Maytag Electric Washer, verrw ]|lfj Conserve Cooker; Two 9x12 Rugs; Oil Heater; Vanity Ore 2 Camp Cots, and other small household articles. iG&t JULIAN ELLIOTT EATON WATERS, Auctioneer UNION STATE BANh i Tk hem Where Do People Live the Best? 01 Russia? England? United States? )R, Meet on MM I The answer: The U. S. We are better fed, better clothed, and have more automobiles, refrigerators, telephones, and radios per capita than any other country. WhyPOnereasoniBtheefficiency of the American farmer. In countries where farm production is low, the standard of living is low. . «, The American farmer represent* only 2% P*f cent of the world's farmers, yet he produces appro**" mately 20 per cent of the world's food supply- Steel production also is an accurate measure ©i living standards. America, with only 7 per cent of the world's population, produces 50 per cent of the world's steel. 3S0 Fifth Avonira, Ntw York I, N. Y.

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