Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 24, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 24, 1948
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K StX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, MARCH u r LUANA Happy Hour Club Meets. ' The Happy Hour Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Oscar Davis last Wednesday, with twelve members and two visitors present. The meeting opened with the group singing "Little Annie Roon- cy." The Scripture was read by Mrs. John Doerrmsr. followed by the group sinains "God Be With You." A "Household Hint'" was given in answer to roll cal!. Mrs. Emil Lembke attended the Christmas Seal dinner at Elkadcr and gave a report on the meeting. The birthday song was sun.e in honor of Mrs. Darwin Brown. Wedding congratulations were extended to Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader. The meeting was brought to a close •with the club song. "Evening Prayer." A topic on "Fashion For Spring" was given by Mrs. Emil Lembke. The entertainment and recreation was tinder the supervision of Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Mrs. Curtis -Zieman. St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adis, Pastor Easter Sunday — Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:30 a. m. Easter Sen-ices at 10:30 a. m. Maunday Thursday—Holy Communion service at 7:30 p. m. Good Friday—Service with Holy Communion at 10 a. m. Thursday, April 1—Ladies' Aid at 1:30 p. m. Mrs. Minnie Collins and son. Carlton. Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Loren Leas were Oelwein shoppers Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Palas were Sunday dinner guests in the Lorenz Doerring home in honor of Mrs Doerring's birthday anniversary. Miss Eleanor Doerring, who is attending Iowa State College at Ames, came Saturday to spend the Easter vacation with home folks, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Snively. James. Bruce and Barbara went to "West Union Friday and spent the weekend in the home of Mrs. Snivley's mother, Mrs. James Smale. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Doerring, Jerene and Lane of Pequot Lakes, Minn., came Saturday for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and EASTER Dance Badio Favorites of Millions IN PERSON RAY PEARL — and his — MUSICAL GEMS Coming from Bill Green's Famous Casino in Pittsburgh Lombardo Style Music Featuring a host of Stars and Artists See the Newlv Redecorated LAKESIDE Tues., Mar. 30 COMING ! * TOM OWEN — and his — COWBOYS Of Radio Station WMT Sat., April 3 LAKESIDE (Completely Redecorated) Guttenberg, Iowa For His Health Protection GREEN ~ COLONIAL^ *1 TROUBLE FREE STOKER Colonial's carefully planned installations plus Colonial's top quality assures maximum Comfort . . . Economy and Convenience. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA Mrs. Win. Doerring, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Neverman and daughter of Waukon were Saturday afternoon guests in the homes of his mother. Mrs. Louise Kruse. and brother, Arno Nevermann. Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane, with other relatives, were Tuesday supper guests in the home of their brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs, Clark Nichols, near Waterville, in honor of their mother, Mrs. Earl Nichols' birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman and Shirley were Sunday afternoon visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes home at Elkader. Mrs. Clara Hensley of Cedar Rapids, who was an overnight guest in the Carnes home, accompanied the Hinmans here for a visit. Roy and Harry Bierbaum of Griswold were Wednesday* forenoon callers in the homes of their cousins. Miss Caroline Overbeck and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Berg, enroute home from Garnavillo where they attended the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. Julia We,rger, of National. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Staley and Crystal spent the weekend at Austin, Minn., at the home of Mr. Staley's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Norman, and with other relatives enjoyed a family reunion on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossman accompanied the Staleys as far as Austin and then went to Albert Lea, Minn., to visit Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Berg and family and other friend;;. LUANA HI-SPY and Mrs. Leo Kleinhard in Chicago, where she has enjoyed an extended visit. The lady arrived in Postville early' Sunday morning, and was met'by Mr. and Mrs..Will Baltz of Postville. who also accompanied her to Frankville where she will make her home. Study Club .Meets. The Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Daisy Kneeskern Saturday evening, March 20. Members present responded to roll call by reporting on "Social Problems in Our Own Community." The program was in charge of Mi's. Kneeskern, the lesson topic being, "Social Problems," "America's Forgotten Children," and "Alcoholics Anonymous.'' were reported on. Other articles included short papers read on "Juvenile Delinquency." The election of officers was postponed until another meeting. 4 -H Girls' Club Meets. The Frankville 4-H girls met at the home of Bonnie Schroeder Friday evening at 7:30. The leader, Mrs. Elmer Fadness, demonstrated how to make braided rugs and hooked rugs. A demonstration of how to make a bed was given by Lila and Margaret Stegen and Arliss Van Wey. A talk was given' on appearance by Marietta Van Wey. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at the home of Darlene Hughes, April 2, at 7:30 o'clock. First and Second Grade. The first grade finished reading a supplementary reader entitled, "We Look and See," this week. • The second grade are studying about the three important things to tell when telling a story . Third and Fourth Grade. Marilyn Schultz celebrated her birthday Monday by giving treats to the third and fourth grades. We sang "Happy Birthday" for her. High School News. Marilyn Gordon was the best typ,- ist of the week. The typing students typed original letters and agenda and a manuscript, as well as an eight-page booklet titled, "The Right Thing to Do." They designed their covers by the use of the typewriter keys. Shirley Hinman received her A. I. B. 50-word typing pin this week. The bookkeeping students are studying commercial papers. Book reports were given this week by Beverly Nelson, Ardyth Wagner, Darlene Wagner, LaVonne Faber, Marlin Jones, Dwain Wolters, Arlene Bugenhagen, Loretta Busness, Jacquelyn Doerring, Ruth Jones, Georgia Smith, Ronald Schrader and Lois White. CAST ALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Melnecke. Pastor Good Friday. Mar. 26—12 noon to 3:00 p. m., Three-hour devotion. First service will be from 12 noon to 1:10 p. m., with Student LaVerne Streich delivering the sermon. Second service, a communion service, V.20 to 3:00 p. m„ with the pastor preaching on the theme. "The Way Of The Cross—Our Lord Crucified," No confirmation school Saturday, March 27. Easter Sunday—Sunrise service at 6:00 a. TO. Soloists and special music by the choir. 7:15 a, m„ Choir breakfast for members and invited guests. 9:30 a. m., Easter Sunday School Service. Monday, March 29—8:00 p. m„ Lutheran Brotherhood with St. Olaf of West Union as our guests. Kitchen chores by Earle Corlett and Fred Everman. The Ladies' Aid will not meet on Thursday, April 1, but one week later. Go to church every Sunday. The public is cordially invited to our Good Friday and Easter Sunday services. FRANKVILLE Here From Germany. ' On Sunday, March 21, after many months of anxious waiting, Mr. and Mrs. August Greinus were finally reunited at the home of their son, Paul Greinus, and family in Frankville. Mr. Greinus came here about a year ago, while his wife was be ing detained in the German oc cupation zone,. Mrs. Greinus, who sailed several weeks ago, arrived at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Van. Wey of Waterloo visited relatives here over last weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors at the Hans Stegen home. Harold Evert is spending a week with home folks, while on a vacation from the army air service in Texas. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook went to Cresco Saturday for a visit at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin and Betty went to Oelwein Thursday where Betty started working at.the Elite-Beauty Shop. •"•\Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford- went to Dubuque Wednesday morning where Mrs. Crawford will arrange for her American naturalization. Leo Birdsell and Walter Brandt accompanied them as witnesses. TheFrankville public school board elected Perlie Cook as their president at a meeting held on Monday evening. Lynn Crawford is the new secretary and Emmett Schroeder was reelected as treasurer. Roland Kiesau, Lyle Bollman and Perlie Cook are directors. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Marti and family moved last week to a farm near Ossian, the Nordness Telephone Company having bought the Earl Livingood house. Mr. and Mrs. Ashley LaVelle will move about April 1 and will continue as telephone operators at the new location. A welcome party was given Fri day evening, March 12, for Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Snitker who recently moved to the Mrs. Belle Waters farm. A lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. The following neighbors attended: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Dwight DeWitt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hesse, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Snitker, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Van Wey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Fadness and family. EVANGELICAL U. B. CHURCH Wayne Hargrave, Minister Thursday, March 25—M. C. A. Club at the home of Mrs. Oran Brandt. Evening Holy Week service at the Forest Mills church at 8 p. m. Topic, "What Does the Cross Mean to God?" Friday, March 26—Good Friday service at the Castalia church at 8 p. m. Topic, "From Whence Came the Cross?" Sunday, March 28—Easter Sunday—Sunday School nt 10 a. m. Service for Worship lit 11:15 a. m. This is to be a special service with the reception of members and also infant and child baptism. The topic is to be, "And They Did Run." Mr. and' Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy of Cresco spout Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. John Kiuss. Richard Schultz of Sinton. Texas, came Thursday to visit his brother- in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jelinclt and son of Prairie du Chien spent Sunday with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager. Friends will be glad lo know that Mrs. Fred Schullz is recovering from her serious illness at the Postville Hospital. Mr. and Mrs, DuWayne Reisner were called to New Hampton Monday by the serious illness ot Mrs. Reisner's mother, who is a patient at St. Joseph's Hospital in that city. Mrs. Jim Slaughter of McGregor spent the weekend with her parents, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Hager. Mr. Slaughter came Sunday and they returned to their home Sunday evening. LOUIS SCHUTTE WILLARD SCHUTTE' Funeral Directors & Embalmers Cut Flowers For All Occasions j Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRendering CoJ TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Sundcrman City Service—Telephone No, }|{ 1 McGKEGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No, tyl OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 • ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 2m MONONA—Call Mr. Zlefler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVILLE—Call Rossville Locker Plant ATTENTION—GROCERS, MARKETS yicTor Victor's attractive Mli -sonrica cabinets MD irons foods for you — speed up store traffic — increase sales volume and profits. Ruaqed steel construction, sparkling stainless steel top. and removable, sliding thermopane glass lids. In 10. 18. and 26 cu. ft capacities. Victor's 8 Great Features "sell frozen foods faster". For all refrigeration problems contact us for quick service. Postville Refrigeration Service HAROLD J. SEBASTIAN, Prop. COLO** MAUTZ "88" ONE COAT FLAT PAINT FOR milS AND Cf/i/fVGS Washable oil-base paint. Dries same day. No primers or sealers needed. One coat covers . . . smoothly, uniformly . . . with soft, satiny finish. Nyberg's Farm & Home Supply Household Goods At PUBLIC SALE We will sell the following household furniture and other items at Public Auction at the residence of Mrs. David Meyer, one block north of the Rock Island depot, in Postville, on Saturday, Mar. 27 Starting at 1 :00 P. M. sharp Gas, Wood or Coal Combination Moore Range, A-No. ,1 condition; Ivory Bedroom Suite; 12 Dining Room Chairs, (6 have Cane Seats); Oak Dresser, with large Mirror; Several Rockers; Radio; Library Table; Large Mirror; Two 9x12 Rugs; Lots of Scatter Rugs; Flourescent Light; Several Floor Lamps; Steel Utility Cabinet; A White Enamel Kitchen Stove, with Reservoir and Oven; Carpet Sweeper; 6 lbs. Washed Wool; .22 Gauge Rifle; 3 Fish Poles with Reels; Standard Size Boys' Bicycle; Clothes Drying Rack; 2 Clothes Baskets; Card Table; Smoking Stand; Magazine Rack; Books; What-Nots; 2 Flower Stands; Medicine Cabinet; 2-Burner Oil Stove with Oven; Antique Clock; 2 Step Ladders; An Overstuffed Chair; Lawn Furniture; Pillows; Comforters; 2 Featherbeds; 2 Cords (more or less) good Block Wood; Lot of Kindling; Couch; Wash Stand and Accessories; Wheelbarrow; Garden Tools; Carpenter Tools; Sausage Stuffer; Large Meat Grinder; 1-Gal. Glass Churn; Ice Cream Freezer; Lots of Canned Fruit and Vegetables; Milk Pails; Large Strainer; Chicken Feeders; Assortment of Stone Jars; Hotbed Frame, complete with Windows; Dishes; Fruit Jars; Kitchen Utensils and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE — CASH ! MRS. DAVID MEYER PETER MELAND EATON WATERS, Auct CITIZENS STATE BANK, Clerk TAX REMINDER! The first half of taxes are due and payable this month MARCH Penalty of % of One Per Cent per month attaches April 1, on first half, if not paid. LEON HENDERSON County Treasurer belong 01 every bag of CHICK STARTER. .1 [URINA IARTJ Which is Most IMPORT/Ujj How do you buy chick starter? Do you look at the ingredient tag and try to figure out what it contain*? Or do you look only at price tag and buy the the cheapest? Or do you amk "which f will help me keep i chicks living and gro«< the best?" When H buying f«ed for i»W Utile baby chicks. ttO suite" are the moat W tant. And when yoal Purina Startena, you h you're buying result* This Year PURINA CHICK STAR! ts Better Than t»~> fc» iit-~~A \ ][P _UR STOUE WITH THT CHECKERBOARD MEYER'S Four-County Hatchi Telephone No. 234 Postville, low* fURHfiCf SERVICE J

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