Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 11, 1948 · Page 6
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February 11, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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PAGE MX. THE POSTV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, FEMRUARY li,, t LUANA St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, Feb. 15—9:30 a. m.. Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. Wednesday evenings—7:30, Midweek Lenten services. Thursday evening, Feb. 12—7:30. Adult instruction. Mrs. Wm. C. Nolan and son of Chicago, 111., is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mfcs. George Hamann. Mrs. Win. C. Nolan and son of Chicago. 111., were Friday afternoon visitors in the Wm. Doerring home. Mrs. Roy Brown left Friday for a weekend visit in the home of her ATTENTION FARMERS PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR CERTIFIED CLINTON OATS AXD 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 MA TTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat., Feb. 14 DALE SIMONS - - and the - BLUE DENIM BOYS MCA PIESENTS AMERICA'S ACE DRUMMER MAN OtMS KRUPA AND HIS FAMOUS ORCHESTRA SfE CINE AND HIS WHIRLWIND DRUMATICS Tuesday, Feb. 24 CHECKERBOARD BALLROOM Prairie du Chien, Wis. ADVANCE BALE—«I S* W*m tax brother, Wilbur Wilkins, near Decorah. •Leslie Dunning left Wednesday to visit the William Gentz family who are near Yuma, Arizona, also to other places of interest in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrader and children of Clermont were six o'clock dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt Sunday evening'. The chairman of the Christmas Seals, Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. reports that'$45.00 was taken in. a gain of $10.00 over last year, and wishes to thank" all those who contributed. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reinhardt of Postville were business callers here Tuesday and informed us that they, with their aunt, Mrs. Carrie Kersten of McGregor, were leaving Wednesday for a four to six weeks visit with relatives in northern California. LUANA CORPORATION'S LIST OF TAXPAYERS Below we carry the complete list of taxpayers in the Incorporated Town of Luana, Clayton county. The figure shown is the first half payment now due, with homestead credit in each case deducted. To ascertain total amount of taxes due for the year, this amount should be doubled. CONSOLIDATED. First Half Tax Berg. Arthur $ 74.14 Breitsprecher, Alvin 17.56 Bugenhagen, Arno 13.97 Bugenhagen. Wm, Sr 26.91 Baade, L H 11.84 Bugenhagen, R C & Mathilda 36.04 Brown, Darwin /. 14.68 Bruns, Fred B & Hilda L 57.02 Brown. Roy & Charlotte 5.11 Barr, Harry & Grace 39.75 Collins, Minnie 8.10 Doerring, William 35.01 Doerring, Alvin 95.90 Doerring. Alvin E 70.83 Doerring, John 29.65 Drahn, Elvie 16.95 Doerring. Lorenz 34.49 Engelhardt, Geo et al 30.12 Engelhardt, Louis 8.81 Gentz. Anna L 24.76 Gossman. Elsa 10.37 Gordon. Harry W 33.49 Hunter, Lizzie 9.65 Hinman, Clyde 34.78 Hamann, Marie 104.54 Home Oil Company 1.21 Jermier. Mike & John 20.48 Knuth, H L Est 43.41 Kruse, Fred 9.50 Krambeer, Henry C 63.25 Knuth, W C 74.05 Krambeer, Ben and Rosina 38.57 Kluss, Eldo E.; 27.19 Lambert, G M 29.37 Landt, Wm Sr Est 38.54 Landt, C F 27.25 Luana Savings Bank 38.73 Luana Farmers Co-op Co 168.47 Lindroth, Lucy 22.95 Lindroth, F H 81 Luana Lumber Co 61.68 McShane, Donald 45.45 Martin, John & Mary 31.95 Midwest Lbr. Co 95.21 Meyer, L H & Mahala 16.30 Mueller, Minnie 29.18 Northern Oil Co 3.07 Nielson, Adolph & Mabel 7.17 Engelhardt, Louis 2.69 Overbeck, Caroline M 12.50 C Adrian Riveland 50.56 Radloff, Wm 41.90 Rosenberg. Rebecca , 27.97 Radach, Linda 40.50 Radloff, Lawrence & Ina 18.02 Radloff, Lawrence 94.34 Reinhardt, Harlan 15.33 Schroeder, Henry E 32.65 Schultz, Henry & Elizabeth.,.. 20.44 Sebastian, Frank 77.72 Schultz, Lawrence & Lucille 28.83 Schultz, Carl & Margaret 49.59 Sander, Geo F or Augusta 24.36 Schultz, Levi E 64.05 Suddendorf. Kenneth 31.79 Sebastian Texaco Station ' 8.72 Schultz, Henry 42.25 Schultz, Elizabeth 37.50 Wolter, Agnes and George 45.93 Wullner. Ernest F & Charlotte M 19.37 Wilke, Harlan 9.64 Walter, Jos. & Amanda 68.36 Wolter, Henry 19.00 Walter. Arthur J 8.92 Ziegler, Dorothea 9.65 C M St P & P Ry Co 424.11 Ry Express Agy 41 Western Union Tel. Co 5.33 N W Bell Tel. Co 36.20 Luana Monona Far. Tel. Co... 9.03 Interstate Power Co 84.26 Luana Savings Bank 134.82 AGRICULTURAL LANDS. Baade, Lawrene H or Ida $ 17.85 Doerring, Wm ... 147.62 Doerring, Lorenz 100.63 Doerring, Orville 50.17 Drahn, Elvie & Verla 79.00 Doerring, John 45.54 Meyer, L H & Mahala 119.12 Mueller, Minnie 41.02 Reinhardt, Harlan 60.53 Schultz, Lawrence 71.39 I LUANA HI-SPY I i J First and Second Grades. We were very sorry to lose Roger Klocke last week, but we hope he likes it in his new school. We were very happy, to get a letter from Sheron Kruse, telling us how she was and how she likes her new school. We really were excited this week when our pictures came. By now we have traded with all our friends and decided we are quite pleased with all the pictures. Third and Fourth Grade. Doris Zweibohmer celebrated her birthday Wednesday by giving "treats" to the third and fourth grade pupils. We sang our birthday song for her. We have received the school pictures and most of them were good. The pupils are going to make valentines for our valentine box this week. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Both classes have been working on the spelling word lists provided by the Register and Tribune of Des Moines. This word list is for the statewide "Spelling Bee" of 1948. The words are not necessarily the words that will be used in the contest, but are a study aid. It is good practice in spelling for us. High School News. The Bookkeeping students are studying the 'various journals— sales, purchases, cash and general journal. The typing students have just completed a budget of busi ness letters, of which they made carbon copies. CASTALIA Sell it through a Herald Want Ad. SURPLUS SALE! The following described CARRIAGE BOLTS: 50— V\§ x 2 100—5a6 x 2 75—3'8 x2'/ 4 25—7'16 x 5 35—7'16 x 6 45—5a6 x 2 " 50—7^6 x 3 40— VVo x 5 100—5/16 x 5 4000—^ x 4»/ 2 The following described MACHINE BOLTS: 135—% x V/ 2 40— y 2 x 2 95—% x 1 35—7'16 x 3 95-% x 1% 35—% x 2'/ 2 50—% x 2 30—% x 3 50—7^6 x 2»/ 2 35—7'16 x'5»/ 2 As well as smaller amounts of various other sizes of both Carriage and Machine Bolts. 700 FEET OF FLAT IRON—5 / 16 x V/ t 1 Steel Tank, constructed of */+ -in. steel; can be used for stock water tank or dipping tank. 25 Bunches of New 54 -in. Manila Rope in 10-ftr to 40-ft. lengths; ideal for halter ropes. 100 Pieces Clear, Dry Douglas Fir— 2-in. x 12-in.x 4>/ 2 feet 100 Individual Hog Troughs — 12-in. x 18-in. constructed from clear, dry 2-in. Douglas Fir All of the above is Surplus Material and is priced to sell. Take advantage of this opportunity. See it and you will buy it. HOTH HAY MOWER GO. Present Service Stars. Special services were held last Sunday morning in Zion Lutheran church, for the lowering of the service flag in the church. Servicemen and women for whom a star had been placed on the flag attended the service in a body. The choir sang the following anthems for the occasion: "Extol His Name," and "Take It To The Lord In Prayer." The theme of the pastor's mcdita tion was "Let Not Your Heart Be Troubled." A special litany of appreciation was responsively read. At this point the pastor stepped forward to the service flag and ono by one took the stars off and placed them in a suitable wallet. Blue service stars were given to the following: Everett Schultz, Harold Klatt, Martin Schweinefus, Ronald Schultz, Elmer Meyer, Wayne Dahms, Hazel Gipp, Emit Schweinefus, Ralph Schultz. Robert Szabo, William Szabo, Kenneth Schultz, Edward Szabo. LaVerne Schultz, Gene Meyer and Nanfred Meyer. The one gold star in memory of Theodore Szabo, who. was killed at Pearl Harbor, was given to Mr. and Mrs. Steve Szabo. Following the prayer of rededi- cation'to the cause of Christ and the benediction, taps were sounded for the departed. Johnny Svendsen accompanied the church organist, Florence Meyer, with his cornet and Dayle Szabo sounded taps. The service people are collecting funds to present a suitable thank-offering to the church. . ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Melnecke, Pastor Saturday, Feb. 14—8:45 a. m.Con- firmation instruction. Sunday, Feb. 15—9:30 a. m.. Sunday school. 10:30 a. m., Morning worship. Wednesday, Feb. 18—7:45 p. m., Mid-week Lenten services, with the theme, "Our Lord Forsaken." Mrs. Melvin Stee has been on the sick list the past week. Elmer Schultz went to Dubuque on business Wednesday. Clark Monroe is a patient in the Postville Hospital for a few days. Roy Schultz spent several days in Rochester, Minn., where he is going through the clinic. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt were supper guests in the Harlan Stee home at Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Koenig are moving into the house recently vacated by Mr. andiMrs. E. F. Mann. Mr. and Mrs. John Stavnes and Mrs. Robert Szabo visited at the L. C. Ferguson home Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George B .Schultz, Norma and Gwenn, and Milton Koenig were guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Koenig and Darwin. L Wahls moved onto the Mrs. A. C. Meyer farm this week. Leslie Anderson moved from this farm to the Henderson farm which he purchased recently. Guests in the Thomas Monroe home Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kohrs and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and family of Postville and Mr. and Mrs. Don Kohrs. The Pleasant Ridge Telephone Co. met at the Brown Hall on Feb. 4. Officers re-elected were: Fred Everman, president: E. F. Floody, secretary-treasurer; W. F. Buddei\- berg, director. FRANKVILLE V j Letchforil Services. iEunenil services were held at the Community church in Frankville on Tuesday, Feb. 3. for Mrs. Callic Letchford, who passed away at the home of her niece, Mrs. Edna Bollman, on Sunday morning following a long illness. <Rev. Grossheim of Waukon'O'fftKSTed and the Frankville choir sang three hymns. The pallbearers were Walter Pilgrim, John Schutta, Will Krucger, Irving Crawford, Emmett Schroeder and Harold Koth. Burial was made in the Frankville cemetery beside her husband, George Letchford. who passed away May 20, 1930, in Estherville. Mr. and Mrs'. Kelse Webster of Austin, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Webster and Mrs. J. E. Knecskern of Waukon attended the services. The W. C. T. U. will meet at the home of Mrs. Daisy Kneeskern on Thursday afternoon of this week. Mrs. Fred Brouillet returned home Thursday from a two weeks visit at the Jack Kautman home in Charles City. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen spent Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Aspen- sen near Ridgeway. Mr. and Mrs. John Finnegan of near Castalia and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman and family were visitors at the Arthur Brandt home Sunda3'. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Ruen and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Vine and family all of Decorah were Sunday visitors at the George Allen home. Mrs. I. R. Hughes received word Monday morning that her sister. Mrs. Maude Kuhn, had passed away at 8:30 Sunday evening at her home in California. Student pastor William Niles of Dubuque was entertained at the Alwin Walby home while conducting his weekly services at the Community Church here. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Waters of Decorah left last Wednesday for Seattle, Wash., to visit their sister- in-law. Mrs. Cora McNair. who moved away from here about thirty years ago. Rev. and Mrs. Wilton Sinning and son, Mark, of Emery, So. Dak., arrived Thursday for a visit at the Arthur Brandt home. Rev. Sinning returned home Friday, while Mrs. Sinning remains for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Laugfclin of Finley, No. Dak., were here Friday to attend the burial services of Samuel Murray, a former Frankville resident. Mr. and Mrs. Laughlin are also former residents of this community. Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby and Mr. and Mrs. Leland Walby and their guests, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Peck and Mr. and Mrs. Hartley (Continued on page seven) Illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll lllllilllHIIIIIIIIllIIIIIIIIIIII lillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllHllili QUICK fREiZl \7irTnr '»«on« >co> FOR FARM AND HOME USE Captors nature's food production at the peak of perfection, fn«n end storo la your own horn* for year round consumption. Savings in food avoUag*, greater dally Idfchaa ktotir*. whol—aU pwehakM of food and Improved family haalfe soon pay for mis Victor Freeeer whlck to w UntlflriiHi" «agjtaMMd f"* designed inak frutt*. Telephone No. 31 LUANA, IpWA All freezers will carry an insurance policy covering food spoilage caused by power interruptions and mechanical breakdowns. Postville Refrigeration Service Postville Locker Service Harold J. Sebastian MUo Gericke SEED TREATING! OUR EQUIPMENT IS IN AND YOU WILL BE NOTIFIED AS SOON AS WE RECEIVE THE CERESAN. Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowjl Don't The Big Community Consignment Sa|| to be held at the Postville Farmers Cof Op. Sales Pavilion in Postville, on Saturday, February 2l| Starting at 10:00 a. m. sharp We have lined up for selling HORSES, AUTOMOBILES, TRUCKS, TRACTORS, CLINTON SEED OATS, BALED HAY and STRAW and also a Full Line of Power and Horse-Drawn] FARM MACHINERY We'll have just what you want. The bills! are on display now and the full list of our offerings will appear in next week's Herald. Additional articles are being listed, so there will be plenty to choose from. Postville Co-Op. Sales GILBERT FOLSOM, Manager Eaton Waters, Auctioneer. McCormkk-Deering MILKING MACHINE MCCORMICK-DEERING There'* no time lost in the dairy bun wheuyouuseaMcCORMICX-DEIMNG Milker. Here'i why: Place unit on floor, attach Ranch ion hose, nun on vacuum —no straps, no hook on pail. Apply teat raps one at • time—and you're milk- fag. You don't h »Te to balance pail oi worry about it being level. You can save plenty of time with this quick, direct milking method— the MCCORMICK-DDOLING way. Get. I complete detail! on this modern | I milker from us now. COMPLETE WITH TWO 50.POUND PAILS, MOTOR AND PUMPS ALL PARTS FOR 15 COWS $277,75 Falb Motor 6» * Implement Company Telephone No. 290 PqstviUe, 1 ** *

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