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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 28, 1948
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r«n six. THE POSTVTLLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WIDNCSDAY, Antn,|| r LUANA Werner Kishman Passes. The neighbors and friends of this community were shocked io learn of the sudden death of Werner W. Kishnian which occurred Friday at hit home on the farm. Funeral services were held Monday -afternoon at the Lutheran church in Monona. He leaves to mourn his passing, his and one son, Keith, two sisters. Miss Carrie Kishman and Mrs. J. R. Moses, two brothers, Alfred and Howard Kishman, of Monona. COIN SHOWER DANCE — Honoring: — MISS OPAL ANDEREGG - - and - MR. JOHNWIE STROHMETER Music By JOLLY RIDGE HILLBILLIES Please leave gift in envelope at door; or, Admission 69c plus tax. SAL, MAY 1 COMING ! THE WORLD FAMOUS HARMONICATS Tues., May 18 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa Hthuie PEARL! AMD HIS 1 RITA JEAN CARSON Wed., May 5 Checkerboard Ballroom - Taproom PRAIRIE DU CHIE.V, WIS. GIVE YOUR FLOORS AND WOODWORK A NEW BEAUTIFUL CLEAR FINISH Is Made for HARD USAGE —it resists almost anything! GLISN is the lat- mt development Of modern re* search—a new, finer clear finish for furniture, woodwork, floors and any surface —Inside or out— that requires tough durable protection. CLJSN finished surfaces are highly resistant to fruit acids, alcohol, greases or hot liquids. Its brilliant transparent coating stands up under hard usage, ' giving lasting'sat­ isfaction even in „ . spots where traffic is the heaviest GLISN is not affected by moisture, making it the ideal finish for boats, bar tops, exterior doors, etc. Try GLISN for the finest clear finish you have ever used. L. L HILL Study Club Meets. The Happy Hour Study club met at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Baade on Wednesday, April 21, with ten members and three visitors present. The meeting opened with the group singing "Santa Lucia." Mrs. Lorenz Doerring read the Scripture. Mrs. Harry Gordon gave the thought for the day, followed by the hymn, "Come Thou Almighty King." An April Fool joke was given in answer to roll call. The birthday song was sung in honor of Mrs. Curtis Zieman and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. At this meeting each member's secret pal of the past year was revealed. The meeting adjourned with "Evening Prayer." The topic on "Maple sugar and syrup making" was given by Mrs. Ben Krambeer. Entertainment by Mrs. Adolph Nielson and recreation by Mrs. Elmer Schrader. t LUANA HI-SPY St John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adlx, Pastor Sunday, May 2 Sunday School and Bible Class at 9:30 a. ra. Church Service at 10:30 a. m. Thursday, April 29—Ladies' Aid at 1:30 p. m. Choir practice at 8. Mrs. Roy Campbell of Marquette spent Saturday with her sister, Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. Mrs. C. B. Davenport of Woden spent Sunday and Monday with her, friend, Mrs. Levi Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hall of Long Beach. Calif., were dinner guests Wednesday in the Harley Gossman home. Mrs. Reid Schultz returned Sunday from Waverly where she visited her mother, Mrs. Tom Barr, a few days. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moran and two children of Waterloo were Sunday guests in the home of their aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter. The Misses Norma Anderson and Lyledene Engelhardt:, instructors in the Menlo consolidated school, spent the weekend with the latter's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Engelhardt and Beverly and Donna Fae of Moline. 111., came Friday night for a weekend visit in the home of Mrs. Engelhardt's parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and daughter, Rose, with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and daughter, Evelyn, of Cedar Rapids, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. Mary Brown at Rossville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and daughter, Evelyn, of Cedar Rapids visited over the weekend in the home of Mrs. Dankert's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schuldt of Medford, Minn., came Friday for a weekend visit with their sister, Miss Alma Landt, and relatives at Monona. You'll have a nicer lawn if you roll it this spring. "Better" Used Cars 1948 Chevrolet "Fleetmaster" Sedan—Used a few hours. 1&47 Chevrolet "Fleetmaster" 4- Dr. Sedan—Beautiful maroon finish; has everything; like brand new. A dreamboat. 1947 Chevrolet "Fleetline" Aero 2-Dr.—Like new; 2-tone blue. A honey! 1942 Buick "Super" 4-Dr. Sedan Fully equipped; blue finish. Priced right! 1942 Ford "Deluxe" 2-Door — Nice and clean. 1941 Hudson "Commodore" 8 5- Pass. Convertible—Radio and heater; Overdrive, Beautiful maroon finish. 1941 Dodge 2-Door—Radio and heater. Only - .$875 1941 Ford Club Coupe—Has a new motor. Only $975 1941 Sudebaker "Champion" — Radio, heater and overdrive. Overhauled. Very clean....$995 1940 Chevrolet "Special Deluxe" Tudor—Radio, heater; a good body. Overhauled; clean.$965 1939 Ford "Deluxe" Tudor—All new tires. Mechanically perfect. Clean. Only 9695 1938 Chevrolet 2-Door—A good motor and body $685 1937 Chevrolet 2-Door—A good motor and body. $575 1937 Ford Sedan —Very, very good. Only M*S 1937 Buick "Special" Sedan— Radio, heater. Very good body and clean. Perfect motor...4595 1937 Plymouth Sedan-BeaUy a nice car $575 1936 Chevrolet Standard Tudor- Very good ..- 4385 1934 Chevrolet Sedan—A very gead car. Only-... .— ...JI75 1U7 Ford Tador Heed motor; a UtUe reach JUS ieromeH.Lensing tWOSA. IOWA High School News. Preparation for the commercial contest at Elkader, Saturday, April 24, was carried on last week. June Brown, Donnafred ' Wagner, Elaine Doerring, Delores Lenth were contestants for the Bookkeeping contest and Elaine Doerring, Janice Radach, Eileen Schrader, Marilyn Gordon, and Shirley Hinman competed in typing. A practice set for a partnership was begun this week by the bookkeeping students, and the typing students have taken speed tests all week. In English this week the sophomores have been studying how to differentiate between similar words. The seventh and ninth grades are studying business letters, and the eighth grades have been doing oral work in stories, introductory speeches and discussion. They have also learned how to conduct a meeting according to parliamentary procedure. On Monday the tenth grade gave interesting reports on business in their community. We received information as to the bank, the post- office, transportation, the govern-* ment and occupations. First and Second Grades. We had a lot of little visitors in our room last week. Those who visited are Jo Lena Gisleson, Robert Walz, Charles Easton and Jimmie Daubenmier. The first grade started a new reader, entitled, "Fun with Dick and Jane." In a second grade vocabulary test in reading La Vonne Palas received 100 and Kenneth Neverman was next with two wrong. Third and Fourth News. The third grade pupils are studying. "Division with Remainders" this week in Arithmetic. They are studying unit nine, "Invitations and Introduction," in Language. The fourth grade pupils are studying "Self-Help Tests" in their Arithmetic and unit nine, "Descriptions and Directions in Language." Most of the pupils are getting 100 in their spelling lessons. i FRANKVILLE ! ^. J Wedding Shower. A very large attendance greeted Mr. and Mrs. Warren Barker at the wedding shower held for them at the church here last Monday evening. The following program was given: Mary Jean Schrbeder, Janice Van Wey, Gale Snitker, Bruce and Gary Bollman sang two songs, "A Hay A Hi and a Ho Ho Ho" and "How Soon?" A play by Darrell Russett and Miss Ohloff. A piano solo by Marian Latterman. Beverly Green gave a reading on "Warren 's Meditation of Ten Years Hence." The 4-H girls sang "There 's Music in the Air" and "Comin' Through the Rye." Mrs. Thomas Crawford sang "A Serenade." A group sang "Slap Her Down Again, Pa." "A Suiter Bold" was sung by Dwane Cook and Keith Evert. A mock wedding by Homer Evert, bride; Arliss VanWey, groom; Mrs. Daisy Elvart, minister; Jerry Wolfe, bride's father. Good night song, "Now is the Hour," by Mrs. Ed and Mrs. Walter Linderbaum, Mrs. Roland Peck and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe, accompanied by Mrs. Leslie Latterman. 8tudy Club Meets. The Study Club met with Miss Ruth Waters Wednesday evening, April 21, with six members and one visitor present. The topic for this month was "Economic Problems." "My America," by Louis Ademic, was reported on by Charlotte Walby, and "Inside the U. S. A." by Miss Waters. Economic problems in our own community were reported on by each member at roll call. Mrs, Walby and Mrs. Higgins gave an account of the Ossian Club meet ing they attended at the home of Mrs. Ward Allen recently. Mrs. Higgins was elected president; Sarah Miller, vice president, and Charlotte Walby, secretary and treasurer. Birthday Party. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Letchford entertained friends at a party Sunday evening in honor of Leon's birthday anniversary. 500 was played for amusement, Mrs. Harold Monson winning high ladies', Mrs. LaVerne Cook, low for ladies, LaVerne Cook high men's, and Thomas Crawford the low for men. A delicious lunch was served at midnight to the following guests: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monson, Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hughes, Mr. and Mrs, Leonard Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford. I CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCII L. R. Melnecke, Pastor Thursday, April 29 —Choir rehearsal at 7:45 p. m. Friday, April 30—8:00 p. m., Hippodrome in Waterloo—Dr. Hans Lilje will speak. The Warlburg College choir and band will be featured on the program. Saturday, May 1—Confirmation instruction at 8:45 a. m. Sunday, May 2—Lutheran World Action Sunday. Sunday School at 9:30 a. m. Morning Worship at 10:30 a. m. North Fayette Federation of Luther Leagues at Hawkeye at 7 p. m. Monday, May 3—Church Council meeting at 8 p. m. Thursday, May 6—Ladies' Aid meeting at 2 p. m. Hoslcsscs for flic day are Mrs. Fred Kipp and Mrs. Herbert Schroeder. Observe 59th Wedding Day. Mr. and Mrs. Herb Waters quietly observed their 59th wedding anniversary on Saturday, April 17. Their daughter, Geneva, who teaches at Springville, was home for the occasion. Mr. Waters also celebrated his 86th birthday anniversary on Tuesday, April 20. Mr. Waters still operates his 400 acre farm with the help of one hired man, Mr. Johnson. He does his own driving and operates the tractor himself. Mr. and Mrs. Waters have two daughters, 'Geneva and Ruth. 4-H Club Meets. The 4-H Club girls met with Barbara DeWitt Friday evening, April 24. A picture study on the "Song of the Lark" was given by Mrs. Fadness. The painter of this picture was Breton. Darlene Hughes and Marietta VanWey gave a demonstration on making mitered corners in dresser scarfs. The evening was spent mostly studying the club songs. Mrs. DeWitt served a delivious lunch. Mary Jean Schroeder was a visitor. Mrs. Elmer Fadness and Jimmie spent Tuesday at the Phil Schlatter home in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook spent Saturday and Sunday at the Roy Dunning home near Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Henning, Ronald and Anne Carol went to Cedar Rapids Saturday where they attended the wedding of Mrs. Hen ning's sister, Dorothy Schmidt, and Robert Thompson. The marriage took place in a Cedar Rapids church. The bride's brother, Henry Schmidt, of near Waukon sang "O Promise Me" and "Perfect Love." Richard Fadness celebrated his 10th birthday anniversary Monday evening, April 26, by entertaining a few of his schoolmates. Mr. and Mrs. Rufus Ewing and Violet Ewing from Waukon were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Schutta. FOR § LEI The well-improved one hundred and sixty acre AUGUST FIET FARM one and one-half miles West of Waukon Will accept bids on the whole or on each eighty. —* — Contact — ROBERT SHATTUCK, Referee or written bids may be left at HART & HART LAW OFFICE ROBERT SHATTUCK REFEREE WAUKON, IOWA Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sander and children of Fostville were Thursday supper guests at the Harlan Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Smith of Janesville, Wis., spent the weekend with the latter's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Steo and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and children were visitors in the Morton Stee home at Cedar Falls on Sunday. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa SAT., MAY 1 Music By EARL HUNT — and Iiis — ORCHESTRA Old and New Time Dance Music LaVern Schultz of Dubuque spent Sunday with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Mrs. H. L. Meyer and daughter, Mrs. Will Timmerman, went to Postville for a few days visit with the former's daughter, Mrs. Ruby Peckham. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schara, Charles and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara and Debbie of Austin, Minn., were Sunday dinner guests at the Mr. and Mrs, Ray Schara home. Mr. and Mrs. Duanc Reisner were called to New Hampton on Friday where the latter's mother passed away at St. Joseph's Hospital, where she had been n patient for several weeks. Mr. and Mrs, Earl Bachelder and George entertained the following guests ;it their home Sunday: Mrs. Irene Ostlie and grandson, Leo, and John Brandt of Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Koenig, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lloyd, and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Kocnig and Sally. OUR OWN H A R D W A R WE ARE NOT GAMBLING EGGS SET NOW WILL BE SET TO ORDERS. With less chicks raised it should • mean greater poultry profit for ! those that do raise chickens. \ ORDER YOUR CHICKS NOW Al> j BE ALL SET TO ENJOY HIGHE &I • POULTRY PROFITS NEXT FALL] i AND WINTER ! { Allamakee Hatchery • J. M. Overland, Prop. Postville, Ion| • Telephone No. 187 to 0& 1*e Laumdromat h Comptoefy Automatic • kFiUs • MdMC • Damp -driM • Drams • Cfewts lh«tf • Starts Off Now you can wash clothes without work in a Westinghouse Laundromat. Launder all your washables gently, entirely automatically at one setting of the dial. Nothing to get ready, no valves to turn on or off, nothing to clean up or put away. AH you do is put in the clothes, add the soap, turn the dial, and Roddy Kilowatt, your electrical servant, does the work. It's economical, too. Visit the Interstate Power Company office and see for yourself how this new, automatic Laundromat can eliminate all the hard work and mess from your washday. sow*****/ OUR OWN HARDUJARE J^-.dat Pom* 7 G .miHUti)

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