P ACtt 8DC. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, FEBRt ^l c LUANA (Editor's Note: The train wreck 3ast week causing trains to be rerouted delayed our regular weekly Luana letter, so the first part of the following are the items carried over Irom last week's letter.) Happy Hour Club Meets. The Happy Hour Study Club met at the home of-Mrs. John Doerring January 21, with nine members present. The meeting opened with the song. "All Through the Night." Mrs. John Doerring read the Scripture; Mrs, Emil Lembke gave the "Thought for the Day;'' singing of the hymn, "Blest Be the Tie;" "•Ider.s for Home Recreation" were given in answer to roll call. The club received a letter of thanks from the Children's Home at Waverly. Wedding congratulations were extended to Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Elmer Schrader. A valentine party will be held at the next meeting. The meeting closed with the song, "Evening Prayer." The topic discussed at this meeting was on "Home Freezers." Mrs. Curtis Zieman furnished the entertainment and Mrs. Wm. Behrens furnished the recreation. Mrs. George Sander and daughter, Mrs. Harry Gordon, returned Monday from Dubuque where they spent the weekend with relatives and also assisted their brother and uncle, Fred C. Kamps, in celebrating his birthday anniversary. Leslie Dunning, with Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook of Frankville, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linder- 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 Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat, Feb. 7 Ray Stolzenberg and the Northern Playboys — Playing — Old Time and Modern Dance Music SHERIFF TOM OWEN • — and his - • ••• COWBOYS OF RADIO STATION WMT THIS WILL BE THE COWBOYS' LAST APPEARANCE AT LAKESIDE UNTIL AFTER LENT. Sat, Feb. 7 LAST DANCE BEFORE LENT LEO PIEPER HIS ACCORDION —• and his — ORCHESTRA — Featuring — ALECIA WALLACE and CHUCK BENDIG Mon., Feb. 9 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa baum, Nancy and Dale, Mr, and Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Loren of Monona, were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning at Cresco. _ Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Reutschler and son of Garber, Mr. and Mrs. Homer Moritz and family of Farmersburg, Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz and family were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz and Neil in honor of Mrs. Mpritz's birthday anniversary. A letter received from Mr. and Mrs. Ben Overbeck stated they arrived at San Bruno, Calif., in the home of Mrs. Jack Wistrick on January 7, and are now with their son, Frederick Overbeck, and family in Lomita Park, Calif. We regret to learn that Mrs. Ben Overbeck has been quite sick since they have been in Lomita Park. St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adlx, Pastor Sunday, Feb. 8 — 9:30, Sunday School and Bible class. 10:30, Church service. Thvirsday evening, Feb. 5—7:30, Adult instruction, Friday evening, Feb. 6—7:30, Council meeting. 8:00, Dartball, Farmersbury at Luana. Wednesday evening, Feb. 11— Lenten service. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick were at. Lime Springs Sunda"y visiting relatives. Mrs. John Krambeer of Monona was a Saturday afternoon visitor in the home of her sister, Miss Alma Landt. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Landt and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landt. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde W. Hinman spent Sunday with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes and baby, at Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. Homer Moritz of Farmersburg and Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz and family were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz and Neil. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Moritz of Elkader came Sunday for an indefinite stay in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz, and Neil. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Nielsen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade and baby were Sunday dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon. Leslie Dunning spent the week : end in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning, at Cresco, and with his grandmother, Mrs. Jane Dunning, who is in the home of her son, Roy, and suffered another stroke and is now bedridden. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mann of Castalia moved the past week into the house Keith Gordon of Monona recently bought of Wm. Doerring. Herman Gruel, who occupied the house, moved into the rooms upstairs and Mrs. Mary Brown who had a couple of rooms, of Mr. Gruel moved to Rossville. Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Rhoads and son, Richard, moved the past week to Primghar where Mr. Rhoads will manage the lumber yard. Mr. and Mrs. John Keppler and family of Waukon moved into the house vacated by the Rhoads family. Mr. Keppler has taken over the management of the lumber yard. i LUANA HI-SPY i k h First and Second Grades. Tuesday Erma Jean Miene treated the room to candy suckers and gum to celebrate her birthday. In second grade we had a short vocabulary test in which Donnabelle Mueller and LaVonne Palas had perfect papers. In spelling the second grade had twenty review words Tuesday, and twenty more Thursday. Donnabelle Mueller.had 100 on both days. Keith Doerring, Erma Jean Miene and Donna *Mae Walz missed only one word each, of the forty words. The first grade have been talking about politeness in language class. "Thank you" and "excuse me," have been two of the most important topics. The second grade have been studying about writing invitations properly. Third and Fourth Grade. The third grade pupils enjoyed the story about the "Puppet Show." The fourth grade pupils arc learning which coins are made of copper, nickel and silver. The gold coins have been called in by the United States government. Paper dollars are used in all parts of the U. S. There are some silver dollars used in the western part of the United States. Fifth and Sixth Grades. " Everyone in grade five received 100% in spelling for the week of January 20. The fifth grade completed the first unit in Science and began the new unit. "Early Man Discovered Fire." They also finished a very interesting unit in Science about molecules, and began a new unit concerning elements and compounds. We are planning a Valentine box for our room. Sports. Monday night, January 26, our high ' school boys outscored St. Mary's of Guttenberg by 12 points, the final score being 26 to 38. The Junior high boys played Guttenberg January 27, in our first game of the county tournament. They came out on top by 2 points. In their second game they played Edgewood and lost a thriller in the second overtime. The game was tied up by a free shot in the last 15 seconds. Then in the second overtime a Guttenberg player broke loose and scored the winning bucket. January 28 "our girls met a strong Monona team in the county tournament. Although they were defeated, our school is proud of the way they played. The halftime scors was 20 to 15. Home Ec. The Homemaking III class started their semester's work in sewing by bringing garments from their wardrobe to school and making the necessary alterations. Some are being made to fit more perfectly, while many • hems are being changed and faced to give the added new style length. The Homemaking II class are working on the "Care and Repair of Clothing Unit," including patching and darning. ' The Homemaking I class is studying color and design and its relation to an attractive appearance. The typing students are still learning to type the many different forms of the business letters. Elaine Doerring has typed over 30 words a minute consistently this week. Dramatics. The - Luana Consolidated High School will hold their declamatory contest Friday, Feb. 6, in the assembly room of the high school. The following contestants will appear on the program: Original Oratory. "To Secure The Peace," by Sharron Wentz; Oratorical," I Come from Mary Doe," Shirley Hinman; "The Unknown Soldier," Mary Schultz; Dramatic, "Futility," Janice Radach; "Wuthering Heights," Marilyn Gordon; "The Sign of the Cross," Eileen Schrader; "Rebecca," Donnafred Wagner; "What Timothy Whispered to God," Ruth Jones; and "Blood Money," Darlene Wagner. Humorous, "Flea Gang's First Cigar," Marvin Miller; "Sixteen," Ruth Miller; "The Show Must Go On," Arlene Bugenhagen, and "Personality Plus," Marlys Rose. The first place winners in the MONSKYS STORE CASTALIA, IOWA SPECIALS THROUGH SATURDAY Mothers Best Flour, 50 lb. sack. $4.14 Robin Hood Flour, 50 pound sack $4.63 Griddle Mix Pancake Flour, 3 lb. sack 29c Dixianna Pancake Flour, 3 lb. sack 29c Robin Hood and Dixianna Pancake Flour, 1 pound, 4 ounce sack for— 10c Pure Cane Sugar, 5 pounds (Limit of 1) 49c Atwood Coffee, 3 pounds for _$1.00 Cool Roast Coffee, per pound 39c Clinton Puddings, 5 packages for 19c Pure Honey, per gallon $2.15 Pure Honey, y z gallon for $127 Monarch Pork & Beans, 2 cans for 37c Monarch Catsup, per bottle (Limit of l)____25c Pure Cane Syrup, per gallon ___i_$t.98 Sardines in Oil, 2 cans for 27c Gerber's Baby Foods, 3 cans for . 25c Kennedy Spaghetti with tomato sauce, 2 for.23c Curtis Peanut Butter, two 1-lb. jars ^—35c California Peaches, sliced or halves, heavy syrup, No. 2'/ 2 can (Limit of 2) -33c Chocolate Caramels, per pound 25c English Walnuts, per pound 37c Luden's Cough Drops, 3 pkgs. for— 10c Stock Salt, 100 pound sack for 75c Pilot Oyster Shells, per sack 95c: For Other Bargains check our every day prices oratorical, 1 dramatic and humorous divisions, respectively, will compete in the preliminaryi series of the State Speech Association Contest which will be held at Monona, February 16. They have also entered a dramatic one-act play, "Dark Wind," by Evelyn Neuenberg. The cast includes: Nurse Fleming, Shirley Hinman; Nurse Bates, Peggy Lange; Jerome Stevens, Marvin Miller; Nurse Grayson, Donnafred Wagner. Other high school students who have prepared selections for the state contests, but who drew "byes" for the preliminary contest, were Interpretive Reading, "White Cliffs" and "Song of Bernadette," Ruth Miller. Radio Speaking, "Chickadee and Other Bird Friends," Sharron Wentz; "Give Us Our Daily Bread," Peggy Lange. These are original selections. These along with the winners in the preliminary contest Feb. 16, will compete in the pre-district series which will be held the first week in March. The participants in this work have thoroughly enjoyed their work and realize that it is one of the values of education that is lasting, for the ability to speak well, once gained is gained for life. WHY WE HAVE TRAFFIC LAWS. The Iowa motorist involved in a traffic accident resulting in property damage of $50 or more, or injury or death to any person, must, whether he is at fault or not, comply with one of the following requirements or suffer suspension of his driver's license and his vehicle registration plates: a. Have his insurance company send to the motor vehicle department written notice of insurance coverage in the amount of $5,000$10,000 for personal injury and $1,000 for property damage at the time of the accident. b. Or deposit security in an amount sufficient to pay the evalu- ted property damage and personal injury resulting from the accident, m tty Thevicl a c. Or file a release with the motor vehicle department, signed by other parties involved, relieving him of further liability in the accident. The purpose of the above "safety responsibility" legislation is threefold. First, it is hoped that these requirements may eventually result in a reduction in the number of accidents. Second, it enables victims of accidents to recover damages from careless motorists. Third, it acts to remove careless and financially irresponsible drivers from the highway. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R, Mcinccke, Fastor C'astalia, Iowa Saturday, Fob. 7 — Confirmation instruction. Sunday, Feb. 8—9:30 a. m„ Sunday School. 10:30 a. in., Morning Worship. At this service the service flag for Ilie men and women who served in the armed fences of our country will be lowered and the stars given to the respective men and women. Thursday, Feb. 12—7:45 p. m.. the choir will relieaive. Mr. and Mrs. Blake Albright and Pamela left for California this week for an indefinite stay. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Leo Nelson of Clermont visited in the Harlan Stee home Saturday evening. LaVern Schultz of Waterloo spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. • Earl Gilster returned to Prairie du Chien. Wis., where he is a patient in the hospital seeking medical aid. The infant daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Osmundson was baptized and named Connie Lynn on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Stee and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt, Eddie, Roger and Jo Ann. spent Sunday at the Morton Stee home in Cedar Falls. Mrs. Mary Husingn returned to her home in Minneapolis Tuesday after visiting her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, and family.' Thursday Mrs. Win. C. Thoma, Mrs. H. L. Meyer. Mrs. A. C. Meyer and Mrs. Wm. Timmerman attended a birthday party in honor of Mrs. Ruby Pockham at Postville. The fire department was called out to the Mrs. Elsie Kobriger and Mrs. Fred Bareis homes last Tuesday. Fortunately the fires were brought under control and no great damage was done to either place. THANK YOU. We wish to sincerely thank the Castalia Fire Department, as well as our neighbors and friends for their splendid work in saving our home last Tuesday evening when we summoned them for help. 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