Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 25, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 25, 1948
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fAOl UK. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat., August 28 HILL BILLY RHYTHM BOYS COMING—SAT.. SEPT. 4th: MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS SHEAFFER'S PEN and PENCIL SETS - - from - $8.00 to $23.50 Fineline Pencils—$1.50 { Fineline Ball Point Pens— $1.501 LUANA St. John's Lutheran Church Psnl W. Adix, Faster WEDNESDAY, AVOQat *, Complete Line of SHEAFFER'S W. j. HANKS Your Jeweler Thursday. August 26—8:00 p. m.. Choir practice. Sunday, August 29—9:30 a. m., Sunday School and Bible Class, 10:30 a. m.. Church Service. Other Luana News Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Walter at Riceville Sunday. Emma Oldag of Chicago, Illinois was a dinner guest Tuesday in the Harley Gossman home. Carl Bundrick purchased the Lawrence Baade home, just north of the bank, the past week. Mrs. Otto Siebreiht of Garnavillo spent Thursday between buses in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and "Mrs. Clifford Klinge. Rev. Paul Adix and Arthur H. Berg left Monday afternoon for Waverly where they are attending the convention at the Wartburg College this week. Mr. and Mrs. William Palas of Chicago, Illinois were Saturday guests in the home of his brother, Fred Palas, also called on Mr. and Mrs. William Doerring. Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and Mrs. Ben Krambeer transacted business at La Crosse, Wisconsin on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Landt of Medford. Minnesota were Saturday over night guests in the Ben Krambeer home. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schutte and daughter, Doris of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the William Doerring home. Mrs. Elliott Nuehring and children of Elkader visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George Sander, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Landt of Medford. Minnesota were Sunday fore- Highest CASH For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US Postville Rendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WACKON—Call Snnderman City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55-J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 94 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. till MONONA—Call Mr. Ziecler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVnXE— Call Rossville Locker Plant noon guests in the,home of his sister. Miss Alma Landt Miss Eleanor Doerring of Ames came Friday for a three weeks vacation in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. Carl Bundrick, Lawrence Schultz and Orville Doerring left early Sunday morning on a weeks fishing trip at Pequot Lakes, Minnesota. Wayne DeSotel who visited his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindroth the past week returned to his home in Monona Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ihlenfeldt of Elkader and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Breitsprecher were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossman. Mr. and Mrs. Louie Miller, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Louie Miller, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas left Saturday night for Pequot Lakes, Minnesota where they will spend a week fishing. Mrs. Paul Adix and Paula went to Dubuque Sunday afternoon for a few days visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hinz while Rev. Adix is attending the convention at Waverly. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and Evelyn of Cedar Rapids were weekend guests in the Roy Brown home, bringing home June and Rose Brown, who spent about two weeks in the home of their sister, Mrs. Dankert. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien of McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. Will Landt of Medford, Minnesota, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and children and Mrs. Reka Jacobi were Sunday dinner guests in the Mrs. Minnie Collins home in honor of Henry Krambeer's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. John Gruel, Sr. Mr. and Mrs. John Gruel, Jr., and Harvey Gruel of Harvard, Illinois visited their brother and uncle, Herman Gruel, Saturday afternoon, enroute to Postville where they attended the wedding of their niece and cousin, Margaret Huebner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C Huebner, Saturday night. SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL YOUR CAR! We are in the market for good, clean '41 to '48 Automobiles. We have on hand a nice selection of good, clean cars, ' almost any model or style. SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY! Jerome H.Lensing Phone 19 Festina, Iowa LOOK AT IT FROM EVERY POINT OF VIEW • • • and you mil know thai Gkeviuolel ylxreA MORE VALUE tojetkett with, the LOWEST PRICES In the enibue Skeviiolet feield! LUANA HI-SPY | •'• ^ Luana school opens August 30. School buses will run their regular routes, so as to have the children at school by 9:00 o'clock. School will be dismissed at 11:30 on Monday. On Tuesday, classes will meet for full periods. Teachers for the Luana Consolidated School for 1948-49 are, Caleb j Shook, Superintendent, who for the last three years taught at Rowan, Iowa as high school principal and boys coach. Before coming to Rowan he was Superintendent of Schools at Humansville, Missouri. Other new teachers are: Mrs. Minnie Camp whose home is in West Union, where she has served secretary to the West Union school board. She has also taught in other Iowa high schools. Mrs. Hattie Reiners, who taught here two years ago, will teach the seventh grade. Miss Inez Jennings, who has taught one year near Elkader, will teach the third and fourth grades. Mrs. Bernice Reinhardt, who has taught the past two years at Waterville, will teach the fifth and sixth. Mrs. Paul Schutte, of Postville, will supervise the band and vocal music, three days each week. Returning teachers are: Mrs. Virginia Meskel, home economics. Mrs. Meskel will also supervise the school lunch. Bjarne Omdahl, coach, and Miss Minerva Thorson, the first and second grade. Bus drivers are: Harry Barr, Bill RodlorT, and Mr. Wolters who will have drivers for three buses. Dar Brown remains as school custodian. School lunches will be started either the first or second week of school. Anyone who would be interested in helping cook in lunchroom, contact Caleb Shook, superintendent. MORE VALUE utitk •comomtf You'll enjoy lively, dependable road-action at lower cost per mile! Chevrolet's Vahe-in- Hcai principle of engine design is available elsewhere only in higher- priced cars. MORE VALUE in < Jaii»^ul BatuUtf Look at this smoothly- designed Chevrolet from ecery angle and you will find it uniformly beautiful. The Body by Fisher is another feature found only in Chevrolet and more expensive cars! VALUE Your own tests will show that Chevrolet has more riding-comfort and road-steadiness, thanks to the Unitized Knee- Action ride found only in this one low-priced car. MORE VALUE in Only in Chevrolet and higher-priced cars do you get the triple safety protection of Fisher Uni- steel Body Construction, Unitized Knee-Action and Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes.. CHEVROLET- a*dO& {EsSJ^Sg-\S FIRST! FALB MOTOR AND IMPLEMENT Kamp, 5th and 6th and Mrs. Amanda Meyer, 7th and 8th. Audrey Jensen returned to her home in Minneapolis, Minnesota after spending several weeks in the Walter Brandt home. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larkin and Morris and Shirley and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Larson left Sunday on n trip to South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and family and Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs of Postville were Sunday guests in the Thomas Monroe home. Rev. and Mrs. Glade Sietsma and family of Amelia, and Neva Nort- kly of Milford visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gus Drebenstedt last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Palas of Chicago, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel of Postville were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer last Friday. Rosella, Lou Ann and Richard Averill returned to their home at Oelwein after spending a week in the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kneeskern, Roberta and Lyle. Mrs. Cora Hnrvey had the mis fortune last week to get her left hand caught in the washing ma chine wringer, tearing the skin so badly it required fifteen stitches to close the wound. Old time friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Neverman in Waukon, for a picnic supper. These friends were all former Castalia folks: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz and Lorna of Yuma, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Ginapp of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dahms and Lynwood of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Buddenberg, Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bnchelder, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Carlaus Meyer. CASTALIA POSTVILLE, IOWA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke. Pastor Sunday, August 29—8:45 a. m., Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Morning Worship. Thursday afternoon, September 2—Ladies Aid at 2:00. Hostesses for the day are Mrs. Millard Sampson and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. Other Castalia News A son was born to Mr. and Mrs Kenneth Kipp Saturday, August 21. The Castalia public school and Bloomfield rural schools both won the blue ribbon at the Winneshiek county fair. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Albert Fick home near Monona. Mrs. Frank Harvey, 75, passed away at her home about 7:00 p. m., Sunday evening. Obituary will appear next week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey left Thursday for Portland, Oregon to attend the golden wedding of Mrs Harvey's cousin. Castalia public school will open Monday, September 6, with the following teachers: Miss Thelma Barker, primary; Mrs. Ellen Thompson 3rd and 4th grades; Miss Irene ZONOUTE INSULATING CONCRETE Wealthy Apples And other varieties VERY FINE QUALITY For pies, sauce, canning and eating Bring container for bulk apples. Kickapoo Development CorporatJoo GAYS MILLS, WIS. 2 miles East on Highway 171 ESCAPED As Delbert Blanchard of Lone Rock drove a tractor last week, a jug of water which was on the machine started to slide off. He grabbed for it and the tractor turned over with him. Except for a bruised back and arm and the loss of one shoe and a pants-pocket in the scramble, he was unharmed. LOST AND FOUND Glenn Van Kleeck, Nashua farmer, lost a billfold last week containing $200 in checks and over $100 in cash. After searching all about, he remembered climbing a fence at the Will Harnish farm, to which he had hauled cattle. He went back there and found the billfold in the corn field after an hour's search. ALL-PURPOSE RANGE COAL - WOOD GAS SPECIAL FEATURES Sav-U-Gas Cooking Top, non-tip grids, 10-in burner centers. * BafflelessOven with "Finger Tip Shift" * Automatip Top Lighting * Three Standard and one Giant Top Burners * Radio Dial Damper Controls—easily operated, always cool, conveniently located on left-end panel * Fast, Smokeless Broiler * Cast Iron' Inner Construction * All Porcelain Finish—including the inner main front—to .prevent corrosion. NYBERG'S FARM and HOME SUPPLY Postville, Iowa lHIIIIMIlllllli Makes Worm, Dry Floors In New or Old Farm Buildings • Easy to lay right over old, cold - floors or on the ground. • Gives you all the advantages of concrete . . . plus warmth and freedom from moisture. • Easier to keep clean because warm and dry. • Fireproof and verminproof, too. • You simply mix Zonolitc Concrete Aggregate instead of sand or gravel with cement and wat?r, • It's easy... quick... you can do it yourself. Reduced pig and poultry mortality soon repays the investment. • Phone or come in for details. Postville Lumber Company E). MEYEB, MuMgar Today — with the price of everything else going up and up -we are doing our best to make ends meet and to keep elec r rates at their present low level. Though our volume of sales o electricity has increased rapidly, our expenses ore climbing J w«* ter than our income. Everything we buy, from nuts and bo to coal, poles, and wire, has risen in price. So have payrolls an taxes. Where and when it will stop, we wish we knew. We are wondering how long we con continue to make ends nM*| — to give you good electric service at tow rates — it e0 y. doing business continues to climb. We are doing everything within our power to keep electric rates at their present J**^ How long we can protect our customers against a rate incveo only time con tell. yHWtafc Potuei Cot- T i • •

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