Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 3, 1948 · Page 6
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March 3, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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rAOK 8CC. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, ltd \ LUANA 81 John's Lutheran Church Panl Yf. Adiv, Pastor Sunday, March 7—Sunday School and Bible class at 9:30 a. m. Church Service at 30:30 a. m. Wednesday evenings — TLenten Service at 7:30. Thursday evening. Mar. -1—Choir at 7:30. Adult Instruction at 7:30. Friday evening. Mar. 5—Church Council meeting nt 8. Dependable UsedTrucks 1947 FORD 1H ton L.W.B. 7.50x20 Duals. Very clean, tow mileage. 14-ft. stock rack and grain body. 1942 INTER. KS5 1U ton L.W.B. 2-speed axle. 7.50x20 front, 855x20 Duals. With 15Vi»-ft. combination double deck stock and grain body. AU in excellent condition. 1939 - DS30 Ifa ton L.W .B. 2-speed axle. 7.00x20 duals. A-l condition. 1939 - D30 1 ton S.W.B. Single tires. Very clean. 1940 FORD 1<4 ton S.W.B. 7.00x20 Duals New motor and all reconditioned New 12-ft. Platform and Stock Rack International Dealer MLVyverberg Phone 122 OSSIAX, IOWA THE RADIO YOU HAVE ALWAYS WANTED HERE TODAY Saturday evening. Mar. ft—Adult Instruction at 7:30. Alan Morite and father, Ervin Moritz, transacted business in Des Moines Wednesday. Geo. F. Sander reports seeing a pair of robins in a tree in their yard Sunday morning. Mrs. Reid SchuUz spent Wednesday and Thursday with relatives and friends at Marquette. Rev. Paul Kitterer of Elkader called on Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moritz in the Alan Moritz home Sunday. Mr. and airs. Clifford Klinge of Farmersburg moved into the rooms upstairs in the Joe Walter home the past week. Mrs. E. W. Hinz of Dubuque spent a few days the past week with her son-in-law and daughter, Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix, and Paula Hope. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz and Jean, and Kathleen Ohloff of Postville were supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schrader and children and Miss Clarice Dugs- tadt of Clermont and Bud Schrader of Meservey were' dinner guests at the Carl Voelz home Saturday evening. Mrs. Ivon McGuire and children of Cedar Rapids spent a few days the past week in the homes of her mother, Mrs. Anna Gentz, and sisters. Mrs. Harley Radloff and Mrs. Eugene Doerring. The Luana baseball team held a party at the Vets Club Sunday evening. Feb. 22. A delicious steak dinner was served at • 8 o'clock. Prospects for a winning team this summer were favorable. Rev, Paul Adix baptized the little son of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Palas at the Lutheran church Sunday afternoon, giving him the name, Donald Glen. Sponsors were Arthur Palas and Emil Neverman. Alma Landt received word on Thursday evening that her brother, Rudy Landt, of Medford, Minn.. who had been in failing health the past several months, passed away at a hospital in Owatonna, Minn. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Brown of Garber were Saturday supper guests in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz. Their grandson, Neil Moritz. returned home with them to spend a few days. We are sorry to learn that Mrs. Clara Krambeer had the misfortune to fall down stairs at her home in Ossian, breaking a leg be tween the ankle and knee. She is being cared for at the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Krambeer, near Ossian. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Jones. Betty and Roger, of Lime Springs Mrs. Martha Boiler of Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Boiler of Kendallville, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zieman of Monona, and Mrs. Maude Baade were Sunday dinner and supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade and Jean Ann. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes and baby of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman and Shirley, Mr. and Mrs. Gus. Neverman and two sons and Cornell Riveland were entertained at a 6 o'clock dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Riveland Tuesday in honor of Mrs. Clyde Hinman's , birthday anniversary. I LUANA HI-SPY I V i First and Second Grades. In numbers the second grade used their rulers and measured lines. This gave practice in measuring and determining which was longer or shorter. The firsttgrade are learning many new words in reading. The most recent words are: want, something, airplane, train and boat. In spelling this week there were thirteen A's in second grade. This was a very good record. Third and Fourth Grade. Last Friday Harold Landt celebrated his birthday by giving treats to the third and fourth grade pupils. They sang "Happy Birth-! day" for him. The children enjoyed the picture show Friday afternoon. Norma Hangartner has been absent with the chicken pox. Last Monday the children drew pictures of George Washington for their art work. They read and talked about him also. They found several pages about him in the en­ cyclopaedia britannica junior; also some stories in their readers and library books. High School News. The Luana Ramblers met a small but aggressive New Albin team in the sectional tournament at Postville. After leading 14 to 7 at the half, our boys lost their lead and were defeated by a score 20 to 21. Learning to spell difficult words has been the aim of the tenth grade English class, and the ninth grade English class has just completed the unit on adjectives, adverbs, prepositions and are now studying compound and complex sentences. The eighth grade English classes have just finished studying clauses and the seventh grade are doing workbook exercises on conjunctions and punctuation. The typing students had their six weeks typing test Wednesday over the business letter. The rest of the week was spent in taking speed tests and letters tests, and Elaine Doerring was the best typist of the week. Notes, sales and purchases returns and allowances, and mdse. discount on purchases, and sales have been presented to the bookkeeping students within the last few weeks. SABOE'S the great new STROMBERG- CARLSONS priced /or •vwybody'j budgml Above - THC HEPPiEWHITE radio-phnoo- graph combination in console of 18th Century inspiration. Standard broadcast, eemplele FM, and short wave bands. Plays ten 12 -inch or twelve 10-inch records automatically. Engineered for Stromberg- Carlfon Wire Recorder. JJeW— THE PVNATOMIC —AC-DC table radio. Has many features of larger sets, including 3-gang condenser, Alnico 5 permanent -magnet dynamic speaker. Built- in loop antenna. Ivory plastic case. In brown plastic case. For the main radio in your home ... there i< nothing finer than a STROMBERG- CARLSON Cm tn today! Set aiti hfr thm jhua Suombtrt-Cvltont evtr maim! Orville L Saboe Watches Diamond* WEST UNION, IOWA THANK YOU. I wish to thank the many friends, neighbofs and relatives for their calls, cards, letters and gifts I re ceived while I was at Postville hospital and since returning home. All these were really appreciated.— Mrs. Harry Tyler. Rachel BtrdseH's Birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim entertained the following relatives for an afternoon lunch Sunday in honor of her mother 's 93rd birth day on Friday, February 27: Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdsell arid Mary of Monona, Mrs. Inez Smithling of Freeport, Mrs. Evelyn Thomas and Elnathen of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birdsell, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruen and family, Dick and Stella Sams of Postville, William Niles of Dubuque. Study Club Meets. The Frankville Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Charlotte Walby Friday evening, Feb. 20. The club is studying "Current Literature on Timely Subjects." The topic for this meeting was "Religion." The following books were reported on: "Peace of Mind," by Liebman, Sarah Miller; "Something about the Author, Liebman." by Mrs. Mabel Higgins^ The book, "Barbaras," was reviewed by Verna Schroeder. "The Best Years of our Lives," Fosdick, Charlotte Walby. "The Bible and the Common Reader," by Mary Ellen Chase, reported on by Sarah Miller. An article on "Family Prayer," by J. Edgar Hoover, was read from Public Opinion by Verna Schroeder. Mrs. Tillie Brouillet read an article from Pathfinder on "Religion." Ashley LaVelle went to Rossvilie to help his son, Robert, who was moving to a farm near there. Alton Hnugcn returned to his home in Ln Crosse Friday after » week's visit with his grandfather, George Allen. A group of Willing Workers women met at the home of Mrs. John Schutta Thursday afternoon to sew carpet rags. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager moved to Castalia Friday and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Hesse moved into the Hager house Saturday. Word comes lo Mr. and Mrs. I. R. Hughes that Lyle French is very ill in a hospital in California, following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Alvvin Walby spent Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Waters and family in Hampton. Lloyd Wolfe, Irvin Hughes. Holand and Upton Peck, attended funeral services for Mrs. Abe Halsey at Fredericksburg Sunday afternoon. William Niles came up from Dubuque Saturday for his weekly preaching services. He was entertained at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. The Willing Workers will meet this week Thursday afternoon in group form, number one at the home of Mrs. Halvor Myren. and number two with Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Rev. Grossheim of Waukon will be here Friday evening, March 5. to conduct a program, explaining the new system of teaching in Sunday School. There will be a sound movie. Everyone interested is cordially invited. Robert Baumgnrtncr and family are moving to the farm recently purchased by E. E. Owen of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Simmons of iieur Waukon moved to the J. E. Knccskern farm. THANK 10 (J. 1 lake this means of thanking the Castalia (ire department, the neighbors and friends who assisted with siitieJchiiii; the fire that threatened my homo in Castalia last week. Their services were greatly appreciated.—Mrs. Edna Winn. THANK YOU. The band parents' organization of (he Lunnn Band wishes to thank all the good friends who attended (ho band benefit dinner February 24 at Luana. Its success was due to the fine spirit of the workers and the good will of the public. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHCKCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Thursday, March 4—2:00 p. m., Ladies' Aid. Hostesses for the day are Mrs. Fred Everman and Mrs. Walter Everman. Saturday, March 6—8:45 a. m., Confirmation instruction. Sunday, March 7—Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship at 10:30 a. m. Luther League at 8:00. Refreshments by Agnes Szabo, Kenneth Meyer, Robert Hager and Virgil Monroe. Entertainment by Marion Mundt, Eugene Schroeder, Arthur Meyer and Dayle Szabo. Topic by Gerald Hager. Tuesday, March 9—8:00 p. m., Organization meeting for the Women's Missionary Federation. All ladies of the congregation are invited. THANK YOU. I wish to thank all who visited me and sent me cards while I was at the hospital. They were greatly appreciated and helped to pass the time.—Selina Olson. BETTER ROOFS for BARNS and FARM HOMES We're allowing the new Mule-Hide TOWN and COUNTRY shingle made for farm service. Here's a Super-Heavy>Duty shingle built to take rough treatment on (arm buildings where wind and weather are at their worse You want a, mighty good rooi to protect valu-' able crepe and (arm equipment and that's just what you get with the Mule-Hide TOWN and COUNTRY shingle. FARM ROOFS MEED THESE WEATHER DEFYING FEATURES • SHORT EXPOSURE Gives greater wind and Weather resistance. • MULTIPLE COVERAGE Triple thickness over 94.6 percent of entire roof area. COME IN AND SEE THE Town mod Country SHINGLE • SMALLER TABS Increases resistance to wind. • SUPER-WEIGHT 38 percent more weight means more roof protection. F. J. Ambrose is spending several days at Excelsior Springs, Missouri, taking treatments. The Nordness Telephone Company has purchased the Earl Livingood house in Frankville. Thomas Bollman has word that his brother, Ezra Bollman, of Sheldon is in the University Hospital in Iowa City for care and treatment. Rely on COLONIAL'S GAS-FiRED FURNACE l s ||JI J Colonial's carefully planned installations plus Colonial's top quality assures maximum Comfort . . . Economy and Convenience. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREEn COLOniAL fURnnce SERVICE "Better" Used Gt 1947 Studebaker "Champion" Luxe Sedan—Fully «q U i» like new. Black. 1942 Bulck "Super" 4-l)r Sed, Radlo & heater. Very 1941 Ford V-8 "85" Club Co, 1941 Nash "Ambassador" 6 s ^ 1941 Olds 2-Door Sedan. 1938 Ford V-8 "85" Tudor, 1937 Ford V-8 "85" Sedan. 1936 Ford V-8 "85" Sedan. 1936 Chevrolet Standard Tottf WE'LL BUY YOUlt Mlt I MODEL CAR. Jerome H. Lens FESTINA, IOWA TO ALL OUR POLICY-OWNERS AND OTHER FRIENDS - - An Invitation to visit our new office quarters in the Postoffice Building at Monona. Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US Postville Rendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Sundennan City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55 -J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 3111 MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVTLLE—Call Rossvilie Locker Plant BE Goodrich FOR YOUR OLD TIRES You'll get a standout bargain when you purchase new B.F.Goodrich Silver- towns for your car. We'll give you a most" liberal trade-in allowance for your old tires on new Silvertowns. IN YOUR NEW TIRES Silvertowns give more mileage because they are built with the broader- faced tread. Silvertowns give more safety because the stranger cord body resists road shocks better. EVMT l.».60ODIICH fill CAMUS * 14?* H.U1TM 1.M DOWN-UI* HEX fUTS A N£» f.IMi TISE ON rou> CM You 'll fat MOM salUag* and, MfMr far yaur Postville Lumber Co. Telephone 196 H. J. MEYER, Manager Hartwig Service Station TELEPHONE NO. 17S POSTVILLE, IOWA |B.F. Goodrich [ riRST IN RUBBER We have a beautifully equipped insurance office in the basement of this fine, new building. Won't you stop in and "look us over"? Preston Carr, Insurance Telephone No. 157 Monona, Iowa "Good Service Means Good Insurance"^ More Power for Northeastern low T 0 SUPPLY more power for Northeastern Iowa a large st«« electric generating plant is being built near Lansing, !«*•' Necessary high voltage transmission lines and switching st* tions are also under construction. By the middle of th« »* electric power from this plant will be flowing through ti«« lines to your community. Power to light your home, your farm, your business—P*"*j to operate your electric appliances— power to furnish you **| up-to-the-minute news and entertainment. Men and women of Interstate Power Company, all of »** are carefully selected and properly trained, work daily" P* vide you with this power. Alert, loyal workers with P"*' their jobs, pride in their community — always in readme** keep your service at its peak of usefulness. Interstate Power Company is now engaged in the «r»*fl construction and expansion program in its history. Many sands of dollars are being spent. Every community serrtdr" benefit as the company builds to prepare for a better fa* The efficiency and economy of your electric service is «*>' accident; it is the result of hard work and careful pljnn«01 people who know their jobs-your friends and neig"l* rt ~ the Interstate Power Company.

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