Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 23, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 23, 1948
Page 6
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VAGI SIX. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WBDNHDAY, -JUNE », CORN FOR SALE! MM BTJ. GOOD EAR CORN MM BO. SHELLED CORN UtM BC. OF OATS We Deliver Track Lots of Grain NOEL BROCKWAY WEST UNION, IOWA rhone 262LW or 1B9W Wanted—Com, Oats & Soybeans LENSING'S BETTER" USED CARS *«7 Chev. Flectline Aero, like new; Radio, Heater, Viser, White Side Walls *43 Cher. Club Coupe, like new; Loaded with extras; 4300 miles MS Chevrolet Tudor; Radio, heater '41 Chevrolet Tudor; Radio, heater 11 Ford Sedan; Radio, heater HI Ford Club Coupe; Radio, heater Ml Hudson Convertible; Radio and heater "37 Chevrolet Tudor; Radio, heater *3i Chevrolet Tudor; Very rood *SC Ford Tudor *X5 Chevrolet Sedan "SO Ford A Sedan—Special, $139.00 TS Chevrolet Tudor—Special, $99.00 1 NEW 9-FT. REFRIGERATOR SPECIAL — $279.50 JEROME H. LENSING Festina, Iowa I FRANKVILLE "1, \ > Mrs, George Allen has been very ill at her home here for the past week. Will Duff of Ossian was a visitor at the George Allen home Wednesday, to see his sister, who is ill. The Arthur Sandry family attended funeral services in Lansing, on Sunday, June 13, for one of their old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern and family of Preston, Minnesota spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Forrest Brainard of Forrest Mills and Mr. and Mrs. Delmar Reineke of Postville visited at the Emmett Schroeder home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Crawford attended the wedding of Miss LaVern Berg and Virgil Snell at the First Lutheran church in Decorah Sunday evening, June 13. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kneeskern and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Kneeskern and family are spending this weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Wisehart near Center Point. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kamin of Charles City and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Belharz and son of Caldwell were Sunday, June 13, dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin attended the wedding of'Miss Verna Amdahl and Robert Sand both of Ossian, at the Stavanger Lutheran church on Wednesday evening, CHERRIES Will be ripe and ready to start picking THURSDAY, JUNE 24th. * Bring containers. Pick your own and pay by the pound. KICKAPOO DEVELOPMENT CORP. H. E. Helgerson, Supt. Gays Mills, Wis. NOTICE To All Farmers! DO NOT BE UNDERPAID FOR DEAD HORSES AND COWS WE ARE STILL PAYING UP TO (HIDES MUST BE GOOD) $ 20.°° FREE GIFTS FOR SMALL ANIMALS If You Want Prompt Attention More Cash and Guaranteed Service — CALL — ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon, Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. 36 FOR SALE Used McCormick-Deering Baler, with motor & pickup attachment. Allis Chalmers Hay Chopper, looks like new Telephone No. 48 Cresco, Iowa June 16. Barbara Amdahl, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Amdahl and a niece of the Kamin's. sang two numbers during the reception, Charles Leer who has been traveling on a business trip for his father, John Leer of Minneapolis, spent Tuesday night at the Irving Crawford home, and left for La Crosse, Wisconsin Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. F, M, Wilder of Dorchester and Mr. and Mrs, Frank Whittenberg and family of La Crosse, Wisconsin were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry on Thursday, June 10. John Leer, Jr., of Minneapolis, Minnesota made a brief visit at the Irving Crawford home on Thursday. He was enroute to Richmond, Virginia, to spend six week in R. O. T. C. army training camp. Many from Frankville attended the funeral services in Waterloo on Saturday, June 19, for Mrs. Elsa Crabtree Jones, who passed away Thursday, at the home of her daughter, Maxine, near Waterloo. The Willing Workers were entertained at the church on Thursday afternoon, with Mrs. Lillian Christofferson and Mrs. Jeanie Crawford as hostesses. Mrs. Daisy Elvart was the leader in devotions. A lunch was served, and the two groups enjoyed the afternoon together. Next meeting will be in group form, the places to be announced later. Announce Program For 4-H Boys' Course. LUANA St John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, June 27—9:30 a. m., Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church service. Thursday, June 24—1:30 p. m. Ladies' Aid. $695 $595 Other Luana News Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and Mrs. Loren Leas spent Friday afternoon in Waukon. Reid Schultz left Sunday night for Mineapolis. Minnesota where on Monday he started working for the Jefferson Bus line. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes and daughter of Elkader spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Carnes' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman. Mrs. Wm. C. Nolan and son Billy of Chicago. Illinois returned home Thursday after a weeks visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs George Hamann. Mr. and Mrs. Caleb Shook and son James of Rowan, moved into the Henry E. Schrader house the past week. Mr. Shook is the new superintendent in the school. Mr. and Mrs. George Sander returned Saturday from Elkader where they spent a week in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elliott Nuehring. Mr. and Mrs. William Doerring, Jr., and daughter of Chicago, Illinois came Saturday afternoon for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and-Mrs. William Doerring Sr., and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Snively and family moved to Marquette Wednesday where they bought a home and Mr. Snively will be Superintendent of the Marquette School the coming school year. Mrs. Dora Bierbaum of Griswold came Thursday for a weekend visit in the home of her cousin, Joe Walter, and also called on Mrs. Dora Ziegler and in the Arthur Berg home "Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Bugenhagen, Mr. and Mrs. William Bugenhagen, Sr., spent Thursday at Dubuque where they visited their son and grandson, Harlan Bugenhagen, who is receiving medical aid at the sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and family, Ed Mueller of Monona were dinner guests Thursday in the home of Mrs. Mueller's mother, Mrs. Dora Ziegler in honor of Mrs. Ziegler's birthday anniversary. The evening guests were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler of Postville and Miss Wilma Ziegler of Monona. John Deere Baler, with motor and ^ | AQL? pickup attachment; runs perfect- <DlU «7«) A. C. 60 Combine with pickup attachment —Guaranteed like new! A. C. Combine — In A-l condition. We have new and used plows, discs, forage harvesters, silo fillers and tractors for sale. ANYTHING YOU*NEED IN MACHINERY! Tours of Uje Iowa State College campus will open the annual state 4-H Boys' Short Course at Iowa State College on June 28, Fred O'Riley, county extension director, said in announcing final plans for Allairfakee county's participation in the event. A delegation of 12 members and leaders will attend the three-day state meeting. They will be accompanied by Warren Kerndt, County 4-H assistant. Dr. Charles E, Friley, president of Iowa State College, will welcome the delegates to the campus at the first Short Course session. The boys also will hear from H. H. Kildee, dean of the division of agriculture and director of the agricultural extension service; and from Andy Cubit, Mahaska county 4-H member. Beginning the first of a series of educational field trips and sessions the delegates will learn about conditions in Germany from Al Haefer, New York state 4-H leader; visit the dairy industry building and attend . a demonstration on radio broadcasting. Hoefer will use colored slides to illustrate his description of the present German situation. He has just returned from Europe after spending several months in setting up a system of agricultural extension work in Germany. In other sessions the delegates will become familiar with the college's experimental work in animal breeding, agronomy work and agricultural engineering. The first day's evening program will be highlighted by an address by Frank Leahy, head coach of football and director of athletics at the University of Notre Dame. He will speak in state gymnasium. Election of'state officers is scheduled June 29. At this day's general assembly the boys will hear a report from the national 4-H club camp and receive greetings from Iowa's 4-H girls' clubs and the Iowa rural young people's assembly. A final report on the Iowa "4-H Good Will Garden Seed" campaign also is scheduled. Two other general semblies are on the short course program. On the second evening a variety program is planned. It will include a skit on personality de velopment—"Your Best Foot For ward"—arranged by Mr. and Mrs. Dale Williams; the initiation of four honorary members and enter tainment features. At the closing assembly state officers will be in stalled and Hoefer again will address the group. An attendance of 1,200 delegates and leaders is expected for the 1948 Short Course. This is the second year its been j held during the summer months instead of in December, the established time for the event prior to wartime suspension of gatherings of this kind. Myron Anderson, Mrs. Ole Loftsgard; Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. Bertie Waters; Mrs. Ed Doerring, Mrs. Gilbert Fox; Mrs. James Eno, Mrs. Lester Walter; Mrs. John Eno, Mrs. James Walter; Mrs. Oliver Eno, Mrs. Kenneth Walter; Mrs. Milo Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs. Ed Looney; Mrs. Harry Landt, Mrs. Henry Brommelkamp; Mrs. Lorenz Lenth, Mrs. Otto Pape; Mrs. William Luepker, Mrs. Mike Reardon; Mrs. Leska Martins, Mrs. Lewis McNally; Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Bergan; Mrs. Milton Olson, Mrs. Ole Olson; Mrs. Harley Radloff, Mrs. Eugene Doerring; Mrs. Henry Radloff, Mrs. Telman Thompson; Mrs. Melvin Radloff, Mrs. William Radloff; Mrs. Reuben Svendsen, Mrs. Mrs. Harley Swenson. The meeting took place at the Radloff home with the following program presented: Opening song, "In the Time of Roses;" greetings by Mrs. Melvin f Radloff; roll call introducing of guests; a paper on better grooming by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler; birthday solo by Mrs. James Eno; a reading, "The Reducer" by Mrs. Milton Monlux; closing song, "Now The Day is Over." Games were played following the program after which a luncheon was served from tables decorated with a large birthday cake in the center. The day ended by everyone singing the birthday song preceding the serving of the cake Everyone was presented a birthday gift. The July meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. William Luepker. x \ / Keep Your Stock From Going Buggy Use Witkkt Fan hsectkide Watkin* Farm Insecticide is • new inaect killer to be uaed on livestock and in building*. It contains both pyrethrum and DDT, which leaves a residual action. Remains effective for two to three weeks on livestock: many weeks inside of buildings. A four pound package of Watkins Farm Insecticide makes 8 gallons of spray. It will do the job effectively, Phone and mail orders promptly filled. Tmmr Wmtftim* Dmhr Albert R. Lubke - rfcirir Tff - Grand Meadow 4-H Club Holds Meeting. how to make custard. They made, three variations, baked, cooked and steamed. The group played dodge ball and sang 4-H and popular songs. Ruth Panncke played a piano number and Jane Ann Panncke presented a cornet solo. Lunch was served by Mrs. Panncke. The next meeting will be held July 13. Picnic Dinner. Attending a picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zieman and family, Sunday, were the following: Mr. and Mrs. James Birdsell, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mundt and Mary of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman, Shirley, Norma and Mary, Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Birdsell, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Laterman, Frankville; Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deering, Charles, Robert and Ann, Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Baade and Jean Ann, Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Vcrn Zieman and Phyllis, Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin and Carl Dreier, Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Weihe, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thoreson and family,- Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland, Dianne and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zieman of Postville. DRESSED SPRING CHICKEN! For Sunday Dinner* READY FOR THE PAN . GET *THEM ANYTIME! Available now until Fi MEYER'S Four-County Hatchei Phone 234 Postvllti 'Mm 111 HEIDELBERt GARDENS Dining and Dancing] CHICKEN - STEAK and SEA FO0D,| OPEN 5 P. M. EACH MGff EXCEPTING MONDAYS LUANA, IOWA The Grand Meadow Farmerettes 4-H club held their regular meeting at the home of Jane Ann and Ruth Panncke on Wednesday, June 16. Assistant leader Mrs. Albert Backhaus was in charge of the meeting in the absence of the regular leader. Darlene Martins was appointed reporter and Delia Martins assumed the duties of se6retary during the absence of the regular secretary and reporter. Roll call was answered by six members by giving better grooming hints. Following the regular business meeting, Patty Lou Brewer and Jane Ann Panncke demonstrated ALLIGATOR A customer drove into a Des Moines filling station last fall and asked attendant Forest Kooker if he would like to have a present from Louisana. Kooker replied in the affirmative and a short time later received a live baby alligator. The 'gator is still thriving, on a diet of hamburger and live minnows. FELL FROM RAFT At Decorah, seven year old Charles Miller fell from a raft in a sand-pit pond, and was drowned. Playmates ran for help and the body was recovered by diving, but too late. Home Garden Club Has Birthday Guest Day. Each of the Home Garden Club members invited a guest to be present at the home of Mrs. Melvin Radloff on Wednesday, June 16, for a birthday guest day. The following are the members and the guests they brought: Mrs. FESTIVAL ST. PETER'S PARISH at Clermont will hold its annual Festival next SUNDAY, JUNE 27th The ladies of the parish will serve a roast beef dinner beginning at noon. A tent dining- room will be set up on the church grounds. Lunches will be served during the afternoon and evening. A variety of games, rides and refreshments will be provided during the day. Drawings for prices will take place in the evening. DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., JUNE 26 ARNIE STUHR'S BAND OPEN WEDNESDAY through SATURDAY COMING—SAT., JULY 3rd: CASTLE CLUB ORCHESTRA Iftll^ HQ ME WAY LSJJM ! QUALITY SIS? HOUSING A HOME YOU CAM BE PROUD OF! WITH THESE HOME WAY Beat the high building cost with a roomy, comfortable HOMEWAY ... Good looking on any site. Ready for delivery right now! Quickly and easily erected, using precision made sections that fit right in place. Quality materials—strong and neat appearing. 20 z 32 feet or 20x40 feet sizes with floor plans to suit your wishes; one, two or three bedrooms; with or without basement. Come in today and get details. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW! MEYER'S "PLUS VALUES" • LOW IN COST • FULLY INSULATED • EASILY ERECTED • GOOD QUALITY eSTURDY,DURABlE • GOOD LOOKING MADY KIOHT NOW IN SIZIS AND HOOft flANS THAT MHT YOUR NIIOI Four-County Hatchery Ml-l « Ik* AA A W*. _ Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa D-X NEWS 7:15 A. M. Weekdays K X E L 1540 ON YOUR DIAL USE MAUTZ NYBERG'S FARM and HOME SUPPL1 Postville, Iowa Ho\Naitin<3 FOR MOST CMC HEAVY DUTY MODEL If you've been waiting for the day when you could I* quick delivery on a new heavy duty CMC . . • ** tell you that day has arrived. Right now we can ord« and get most heavy GMC models on short notice. 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