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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 12, 1948
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MOB SDL THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WKDNE8DAY, MAT LUANA Observe Birthday. In honor of Mrs. Wm, Jacobi 89th fcirthday anniversary Saturday, May 8, her niece, Mrs, Minnie Collins entertained neighbors and -friends. Callers in the afternoon were Mrs. Mary Knuth and Rev. and Mrs. Paul Adix and those who spent the evening were Mrs. Dora Ziegler, Mrs. Henry SchxiHz, Mrs, Maude Baade, Miss Caroline Overbeck. Mrs. Charles Landt, Mrs. Henry Schrader, Mrs. Amanda Knuth. Mrs. George Sander, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner, Norma, Lorna, Lynn. Donald and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Krambeer and Robert. Mrs. Jacobi was presented with bouquets, fruit, candy, cards and birthday cakes, A luncheon was .served by Mrs. Collins. St John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday. May 16th. 9:30 a. m.—Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30. Church Service. 7:30 p. m.—Baccalaureate Service. Monday evening. May 17—8:00, Brotherhood meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Margaret Kluss, at Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Meyer of Gunder spent Sunday afternoon with her mother, Mrs. Lena Fette. Mr. and Mrs. Dan O'Leary of Minneapolis, Minnesota, called at the Lou Engelhardt home Saturday. Mrs. Dora Ziegler was a dinner guest in the home of her son, Weber Ziegler at Monona Thursday. She also called on other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. John Miller with his mother, Mrs. Anna Miller of Monona, were Sunday afternoon visitors in the William Doerring home. Mr. and airs. E. W. Hinz of Dubuque were Sunday guests in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Rev. and Mrs. P. W. Adix and Paula. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter left Wednesday via bus for a couple weeks visit in the home of her brother at Mankato. Minnesota and niece at Eagel Lake, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dangert and daughter, Evelyn of Cedar Rapids came Friday to attend the school prom and spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs, Charles Smith and son Gilbert of Hastings, Minnesota, who came to attend the funeral of their aunt, Mrs. A. M. Candee of Postville. were Monday visitors in the Clyde Hinman home. Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer and daughters Doris and Mary of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and family and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas were Sunday supper guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Robert. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Engelhardt and Lyledene, Helen, Gilbert and Orene Smith of Des Moines, Bob Pollit of Rochester, Minnesota, Mrs. Don Thien and Mrs. Roy Campbell of Marquette and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Voelz were Saturday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. Mr. and Mrs. John Erko, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Fette and Gary Lee, and Bobby Neverman of Minneapolis. Minnesota, spent the weekend with their mother, Mrs. Lena Fette and father, Fred Neverman. Mrs. Louise Kruse accompanied them home for a visit in the home of her granddaughter, Mrs. Roland Fette. LUANA HI-SPY First and Second Grade. Only three pupils in the room had a perfect record in the health check-up this week. They were Carol Faber, Erma Jean Miene and Leighton Smith. Those in first grade with 100 in spelling last week were Anaruth Cooper, Mary Ann Easton, Lorna Hangartner, David Lamborn, Norma Martins. Bruce Radloff and Donald Stadtmiller. PHONE, WRITE, DROP IN ... . For Latter Part of May BABY CHICKS • No June Hatches! * Allamakee Hatchery Telephone No. 187 Postville, Iowa In language the students have been studying the correct use of is and are. In numbers they have been reviewing the measurements such as feet, inches, quart, and pint. Third and Fourth Grade. Evelyn Faber celebrated her birthday Wednesday. She gave the third and fourth grade pupils treats. Birthday songs were sung for her. Ronnie Scheffert visited school Wednesday afternoon. Most of the pupils have finished their workbooks. Those who are behind are working hard on theirs. The fourth grade pupils have finished their Arithmetic and are reviewing and have supplementary work. The third grade pupils will finish theirs next week and review the last week of'school. Fifth and Sixth Grade. Both classes are working with science terms, the spelling and definition of each term and several tests have been written. The class will finish with their Spellers next week allowing some practice on extra spelling words. The girls and boys have brought buildings of cardboard for a Lone Ranger Frontier Town. This gave Roy Nelson an idea. He built a small town of cardboard. . High School News. The typing students continued taking speed tests this week and began a budget on 15 office forms which are to be typed without any errors. The bookkeeping students finished their two-month practice set for a partnership radio and refrigerator business. The English classes continued their work this week on oral reports, explanations, and discussions. The seventh and eighth grades learned parliamentary procedure rules, and the ninth grade gave book reports, and reports with accompanying notes, outlines, and rough copies. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Melnecke. Pastor Thursday, May 13—7:45 p. m., Choir rehearsal. Saturday, May 15—8:45 a. m., Confirmation instruction. 2:00 to 5:30 p. m., Communion announcements at parsonage. Sunday, May 16— Pentecost Communion Service. This Sunday we begin the summer schedule of services. The Sunday School at 8:45 a. m., and morning worship service at 9:45 a. m. Sunday, May 23—8:00 p. m., Area Brotherhood meeting at Castalia. The Luther League is sponsoring a paper drive during the next two weeks. All contributions of paper may be brought to church parlors by May 28th. If it is impossible to bring contributions please call the parsonage. FRANKVILLE /r RYE MIDS — BEST BUY IN MILL FEEDS CHICK SCRATCH — With or without Corn. ACME PLUS—FOR THE PIGS HUBBARD SUNSHINE CONCENTRATES OYSTER SHELLS, GRIT, SALT, MINERALS LEAVE YOUR ORDER FOR CORN AND OATS Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa III Clearance Sale! A Stock of Skelly Oil Company Quality Paint Specifications are on containers. A better quality than most paints today. THESE PRICES GOOD FOR MAY ONLY: House Paint $3.80 Barn Paint $2.16 Varnish $4.01 Quick Dry Enamel $4.01 Porch and Deck Enamel $3.29 Flat Wall $2.25 Semi-Gloss Enamel $3.15 Paste Paint, Mix Water $1.93 Shingle Stain $1.70 Raw Linseed Oil $2.95 400 Assorted Brushes Phone or write Ralph Sweeney Sweeney Oil Company WAUKON, IOWA La Verne Cook is starting a radio repair shop in Ossian on Monday. May 10. Mr. and Mrs. Rueben Monroe and family were visitors at the George Allen home Sunday afternoon. Dean Kneeskern of Preston Minn., visited his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters and family were dinner guests Mother' day in the Robert Schultz home at Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen visited her mother, Mrs Tena Headington, in Waukon Sat' urday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Upton Peck and family were supper guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Myren Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Aanas of Forrest City and Mr. and Mrs .Will Cook of Freeport spent Friday at the La Verne Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Halverson at Canoe. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen were supper guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Halverson at Canoe. Ezra Schoonmaker of So. Beloit Illinois, visited his sister, Mrs Elma Meeker, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Higgins and Mr. and Mrs. Tillman Aschim the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Waters and Mrs. Keith Waters and family mo tored to Davenport last Sunday where they visited Mr. and Mrs R. L. Jeglum and Mr. and Mrs. D. D Roggensack. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Wey and family moved into the Jack Kautman house Saturday and Mrs. Lydia Lundt and Curtiss will move into the Van Wey house which they purchased recently. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning and Leslie Dunning of near Cresco and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum, Nancy and Dale of Monona were Sunday dinner guests at the La Verne Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Walby and family of Rock Island and Mr. and Mrs. George Waters and family of Hampton came Saturday to spend Mother's day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby. Willing Workers group meetings were held Thursday afternoon May 6, at the homes of Mrs. Otto Hughes and Mrs. Arthur Ruen. Both meetings were well attended and the hostesses served lunch. The Winneshiek County Federation of Women's Clubs will hold their annual meeting at the Community Church in Frankville on Monday, May 17. Willing Workers group number two will serve a luncheon for the group at 12:30. Ossian, Decorah, Calmar and Frankville will be represented. CORN FOR SALE! 5 ,Mt BV. GOOD CAB CORN 2 ,«M BU. SHELLED CORN IJSM BV. OF OATS We Deliver Track Lote of Grata NOEL BROCKWAY WEST UNION, IOWA MMMHSLW «r 1MW Waste*—Corn, Oati & Soybeans A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen at the Decorah hospital on Tuesday, 'May 4. Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Leo Nelson and family of Clermont spent Monday afternoon in the Harlan Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Klatt and Nancy of Cresco spent Sunday with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and children were Mother's Day visitors with the latters mother, Mrs. Mary Tatro at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Marie and Harlan, Jr., were Wednesday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanders at Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Reisner and Madonna of Fort Atkinson, spent Thursday afternoon with Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Reisner and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Stossel and sons of West Union spent Thursday evening with the latters parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schweinefus. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dean returned home Friday afternoon after spending the winter months on the west coast and other parts in the western states. Mrs. Fred Leithold and Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schultz, Jane and Larry of La Crosse, Wisconsin spent Sunday with the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Schopp. Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Schultz of Monona, and La Vern and Kenneth Schultz of Dubuque spent Mother's Day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz. Mrs. Oran Brandt and Mrs. Elmer Hager, and Cub Scout mothers of the Castalia group attended the scout meeting held in Decorah on Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Kohls and family of Wadena, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Everman, Frank Schweinefus, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Schroeder spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schweinefus. The U. B. Ladies' Aid will sponsor a Stanley Brush Party in the church parlors on Wednesday, May 19, beginning at 2:00 p. m. Luncheon will be served to the public after the party. Guests in the Will Schave home on Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixler, Kathleen and Danny of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schave and daughters of Monona, and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Schave and daughters of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., and sons entertained as their guests Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern and family and Laurice Pederson of Preston, Minnesota, Ben Einck of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and family, Henry Schultz, Sr., and Elmer Schultz. Mother's Day guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey home Sunday included: Mr. and Mrs. Milo Harvey, Gerald and Dennis, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harvey of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Vick of Calmar, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brouillet of Postville, Mrs. Cora Harvey and Mrs. Earl Anderson. Mrs. Walter Brandt entertained guests on Wednesday evening in honor of her husband 's birthday anniversary. Guests included Mrs. Irene Ostlie and grandson Leo Ostlie, Jr., and John Brandt of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Oran Brandt, John and Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Bachelder and George and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt. v Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dahms en tertained Mr. and Mrs. Melvin En gelhardt and family, Harvey Dahms and Lynmvood of Monona, Mrs. Ethel Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Loron Meyer and bnby, and Mr. and Mrs. Elbie Christofferson and lleta of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barker and baby of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dahms, Sun day. Mrs. Del Downing was hostess to the Birthday Club at her home Fri day afternoon. The two ladies honored were Mrs. H. L. Meyer and Mrs. Roy Schultz. Other guests included Lula Campbell of Decorah, Mrs. Roy Campbell, Mrs. H. L. Meyer, Mrs. Will Timmerman, Mrs. Valder Meyer and Kelly. Mrs. Will Beckman, Mrs. Alta Reeves, Alma Uhley, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Allan Green, Mrs. Roy Schultz, Mrs. Ward Bachelder. and Mrs. Harry Bachelder and Lyle. Neighbors and friends surprised Mrs. Will Schave on her birthday anniversary Friday afternoon. A potluck lunch was served to the following guests: Mrs. Dell Harvey, Mrs. Henry Koenig. Mrs. Merle Stee, Mrs. Melvin Stee, Mrs. Walter Schultz, Mrs. Vernon Kamp. Mrs. Harlan Stee and children. Mrs. Lena Perry and Rev. Mcinecke. Out of town guests were: Mrs. Glen Pixler. Kathleen and Danny of Luana and Mrs. Clarence Schave of Monona. Mrs. Schave received many lovely gifts and cards. On Thursday evening friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ames to celebrate the birthdays of Walter Brandt. Mrs Miles Ames. Mrs. George Schultz. Elmer Hager and Mrs. Arnold Ties- koetter. The other guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell. Mr. and Mrs. Chester Perry and family, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lloyd, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hager, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Gwenn, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tieskoet- ter and sons. The evening was spent playing "500" with honors going to Mrs. Roy Campbell and Arnold Tieskoetter. high; Lois Perry and Edwin Engelhardt, low. DOUBLE-BASIN SINK IS KITCHEN CONVENIENCE When you're remodeling your kitchen, consider a two-basin sink. It's a real convenience, says Naomi Shank, Iowa State College home management specialist. A double-basin kitchen sink makes it easy to clean up as you cook. You can have correctly tempered and sudsed water in one and at the same time have a free open drain in the other. The two basins are handy when you're steaming and icing foods for freezing. It's always a problem to find enough deep pots and pans for this task. When there are two basins, bulky foods may be easily washed from one basin to another, and canning goes faster. Be sure the sink is installed so the sink floor is at mixing counter height. Check to see what is the best height for you. When you stand upright, you should be able to place the palms of your hands flat on the bottom of the sink without stooping or bending your elbows. Have at least three feet of counter space at each side of the sink. For everyday dishwashing, one counter receives the soiled dishes and the other the clean. FALL PIGS SAID TO HAVE ADVANTAGES Iowa farmers should raise more fall pigs. Full pigs are farrowed under most favorable conditions. Sows and gilts have been on pasture during pregnancy with full benefit of sunshine, exercise and green grass, points out Iowa State College extension swine specialist E. L. Quaife, Litters usually come stronger and more pigs are saved in the fall than trom wirl.v spring litters—especially if the spring is a cold, wet one. Fall pigs may be farrowed on clean pasture. Hog lots are drier, There is less danger of infection from diseases and internal parasites. Better use can be made of equipment by spreading farrowing' over both spring and fall. Labor is usually more available in the fall. Prices are usually going up during March and April—just when fall pigs are ready for market. This is also generally true if fall pigs are marketed the next July. Where the farrowings are divided between spring and fall, there is opportunity to feed for the yearly market peaks and to sell hogs at the more desirable weights of 200 to 250 pounds, says Quaife. Ho has found that producers who raise both spring and fall pigs invariably market at lighter weights than do those who farrow spring pigs only. Looking into the future. Quaife believes that any plan which permits the marketing of hogs at lighter weights will pay oft'. Consumer demands are swinging toward smaller hogs. Too. selling lighter hogs means a smaller feed bill for the producer. Lard surpluses can also be cut down. »*OOF OFtniV To AU Whom It May Cons Notice is hereby gi VtS Instrument purporting tohtl Will and Testament <* Heins, Deceased, late of County, Iowa, has been q read in the office of the Q District Court ol Iowa, Allamakee County and 24th, 1948, has been setfejjj the proof of said Win in s WITNESS my ha,,, (SEAL) , seal of said ft 27th day oi A^l O. H. FOSSUM, 1 Clerk oi District By: Lloyd H. Deputy, Burling and Pains, Attorneys for the Estate NOTICE. The County Board o{ \ be in session at the office! County Assessor, at & e i House, during the months for the purpose of recenaa tests to the assessment i and to perform its o uuq Board of Equalization, and» hold sessions in the imxf. Cities and Towns as follows:" Lansing—City Hall. May G New Albin—Town Ha!l,M'. PostviUe—City Hall, Harpers Ferry — Foi May 19th-A, M. Waterville—Farmers & Ma Savings Bank. May 19th-P.j B. A. HOULIHAN, Chaittf County Board of 1 Published in the Postvi)le8 May 12, 1948. Iowa's towns and citmj grown slowly but steadily t expense of the state's hmi tion since 1900. accordingtu made by Dr. Ray E. VJaksi ciologist at Iowa State Co£ ruuiir. a Bakkum Chiropractic Clinic 21 EAST MAIN STREET WAUKON, OFFICE HOURS: 10:00 to 12:00 A. M. 7:00 to 9:00 Wednesday Evokfl 1:00 to 5:00 P. M. 7:00 to 10:00 Saturday Evtaojif CLOSED EVERY THURSDAY ROY G. BAKKUM, DC. PUZZLED. Carol Jean Bierstedt of Fenton is puzzled.. She celebrated her 13th birthday last week and on that morning received a birthday card from Germany, signed by a name wholly unfamiliar to her. Postville Stores will be OPEN Wednesday and Saturday Nights Starting Tonight! Pottville Commercial Club Highest CASH Pri< For Your Dead St< CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRenderingCc TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Sunderman City Service—Telephone No, I McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. I OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 91 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. Ml MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVUXE—Call Kossville Locker Plant ! CLERMONT! i CAFE | CLERMONT, IQWA | GOOD FOOD -:- SERVED Rl ( | Harlan Schultz, Prop. I OPEN SUNDAYS AND EVENINC | * . | HOME MADE PASTRIES | PURITY ICE CREAM PRODUCT I HUMPHREY'S . | HOMOGENIZED MILK and <*• YOU 'LL LIKE OUR COFFEE All Brandt of Cigarettes At AU T «j Lot Ut Plan Your

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