Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 1, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 1, 1948
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BAGK BOC THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA 1 Tee» traetfna tfock at MM NATIONAL BARROW SHOW AUSTIN, MINN., SEPT. 13-16 to b* Mid at in line print for MarWt i Hog Produort AUCTION SCHEDUll WBMSDAY, S«pl. 15—8.-00 OJ». York- Tomwort\ CW«f WMn llOO Potond CWrw, Dwot 7>00 pj».—Hai»p.hir«. HmM, OtC Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa SAT., Sept 4 Music By < MOELLER'S ACCORDION BAND Want Ads Get Results. LUANA St John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Thursday evening, Augiist 26— S:0O. Choir practice. Friday evening, September 1— 8:00, Council meeting. Sunday. September 5—9:30 a. m., Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30 a. m.. Church Service. Arthur H. Berg left Monday for McClusky. North Dakota where he will spend a few days looking after the interest of his farm. Mr. and Mrs. Adrian Riveland and Cornell Riveland went to Min- neapolos, Minnesota Saturday for a few days visit with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and Evelyn of Cedar Rapids came Friday for a wekend visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Gisleson and daughters returned Friday from a several weeks sightseeting trip to the Bad Lands, Yellow Stone Park and to the west coast. Mr. and Mrs. William Rasmusson, Mrs. R. S. Rasmusson and Mrs. Tina Healy of Britt were Tuesday evening callers in the Mrs. Minnie Collins and Ben Krambeer homes. Sunday guests in the Roy Brown home were Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Wilkins and Dwight and Dale of Froelich and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and Evelyn of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schrader, Eileen and Ronald returned Monday from a fishing trip to Piquot Lakes, Minnesota and also attend- WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMKf for ed the Minnesota State Fair several days. Lorenz Doerring and daughters, Eleanor, Elaine and Jacquelynn and Louis Schultz spent the past week at Pequot Lakes, Minnesota on a fishing tour and also to visit the Alvin Doerring family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and brother. Ed Mueller, went to Holstein Thursday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Francis Donery. Mrs. Mueller and Mrs. Donery are twins. Mrs. Wray Brown of Clinton ac companied her mother-in-law, Mrs. Mary Brown of Rossville, who had been visiting in the home of her son, Wray Brown at Clinton back as far as here and spent trie day in the Roy and Darwin "Brown homes. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Hunter of Derby, New York came Monday for a few days visit with his mother, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter and on Tuesday Mr. and Mrs. Hunter and mother went to Waterloo for an over night visit in the home of his cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moran. COMPARE RATES! PER YEAR 1. Permit Trucks, liability and cargo $68.50 2. Pleasure Automobiles, liability 16.00 3. Farm Cars and Pickups 15.00 4. Town Homes and Contents (per $1000) 2.30 5. Business Risks 15% to 50% Less! "Good Service Means Good Insurance" Preston Carr, Insurance Telephone No. 157 Monona, Iowa DANCE to the Champagne Music of LAWRENCE WELK and his Orchestra WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Adm. $1.50 plus tax — Advance Sale Ticket, $1.25 plus tax SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 4- Dance to the CHECKERBOARD FOUR ACES Admission 42c plus tax SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 5— VIC MILLER and his MEN OF MUSIC BIG FREE DANCE— Labor Day, Monday, September 6 Coming—WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 16th SHEP FIELDS and his Orchestra ADMISSION—S1.25 PLUS TAX AT THE CHECKERBOARD BALLROOM PRAIRIE DU CHIEX, WISCONSIN BIG YIELDS with PIONEER CORN Big yielding Pioneer corn fills up your wagon boxes fast It's bred to make the greatest yield your soil and weather can give. It usually overruns measured cribs up to 15% when shelled. This means more grain you can sell or feed . . . more profit from your corn crop. For dependable corn crops, plant Pioneer hybrid seed corn. E. K. MORK, Postville FRED H. J. THOMA, PostviUe JOSEPH WALTER, Luana GEO. PECK, Ossian L. T. N. OLSON, Clermont FRANKVILLE Mrs. Will Broghammer started to teach at BlufTton on Monday morning. Randall Russett of Calmar spent a few days at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mrs. Loren Schiff of Milwaukee, Wisconsin visited Mrs. Harriet Letchford in Waukon, Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klueger and family of Knowles, Wisconsin spent a week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greinus. Lyle Willman, who has been assisting at the Cheese Factory has started attending Postville high school. Lyle will be at the factory on Saturdays and Sundays from now on. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford entertained a large group of relatives at a picnic supper Sunday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Nblf of Schoolcraft, Michigan. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters and family left Thursday for a few days visit with- relatives and friends in Chicago, Illinois and at Munster and South Bend, Indiana. They returned Sunday. Mrs. Loren Schiff and son Billy left Friday for their home in Milwaukee, after a weeks visit here at the Thomas Bollman and John Schutta homes. Mr. and Mrs. Schutta accompanied them home for several days visit. Mrs. Dean Kneeskern, Joann and Wayne were supper guests at the Roy Kneeskern home Tuesday evening. They were enroute to their home in Preston, Minnesota after attending a birthday celebration for her father, Henry Schultz, at the Will Schmidt home in Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Van Wey and Jeananne and Mrs. Mabel Van Wey were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Finnegan near Castalia. Mrs. Finnegan's mother, Mrs. Mary Fitzpatrick, who fell sometime ago and dislocated her hip is reported to be getting along fine at the Finnegan home. Brandt-Westby Nuptials Wesley Brandt, oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt and Ethel Westby, daughter of Mr. and Mrs, Carl Westby were married Thursday evening, August 26, at 7:30, at the Glenwood Lutheran church, Rev. Bredesen officiating. Mrs. Wayne Brandt was matron of honor and Wayne Brandt was his brother's bestman. Other attendants of the bride were Miss Lorraine Moes and Miss Janette Skaim. The bridegroom's attendants were Robert Nash and Kenneth Westby. Ushers at the church were Sidney Halverson and Roger Westby. Karen Brandt and Audrey Westby were flower girls. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors for about sixty relatives and friends. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Thursday, September 2—2 p. m Ladies' Aid meeting. 8 p. m., Choir rehearsal and organization meeting. Saturday, September 4—8:45 a. m Confirmation I meets. 10:45 a. m., -Confirmation II meets. Both divisions will be dismissed at noon Sunday, September 5—8:45 a. m. Sunday School. 9:45, Morning worship. 8:00 p. m., Luther League Refreshments by Lorene Schweine- fus, ArUTur Meyer, Donald Gilster and Shirley Mundt. Entertainment by Robert and Marlus Brandt and Wayne and Delores Timmerman. Topic by Eugene Szabo. Tuesday, September 7—8 p. m., Church Council. Please note this is on Tuesday because of Labor Day on Monday. Thursday, September 9 —Dartball team of the Lutheran Brotherhood goes to Eldorado for the first game of the season. Services For Mrs. Harvey Funeral services for Mrs. Frank Harvey were conducted Wednesday afternoon by the Rev. L. E. Crippen of Marshalltown at the Schmitz Funeral Chapel at Ossian and the E. U. Brethern church at Castalia, with interment in Bloomfleld cemetery. Last rites were conducted at the grave by the Ossian chapter of the Eastern Star Lodge, of which Mrs. Harvey was past Worthy Matron. Lela May Harvey, the daughter of David and Florence Smead Burrows was born at Frankville, June 1, 1873, and passed away at her home near Ossian August 22, after a long illness. On May 15, 1895. she was united in marriage with Frank W. Harvey, and to this union was born one son, Harold. Surviving are her husband F. W. Harvey, son Harold, two grandchildren, Robert and Janet, a sister, Mrs. Edith Dean and a niece, Mrs. Dorothy Schopp. She was preceded in death by her parents and a brother. She was an active member of the Farm Bureau for many years, and a member of the E. U. Brethern church and Ladies' Aid at Castalia. Other Castalia News Mr. and Mrs. Al Durey of De- cornh spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey here. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henning and Edgar of Frankville were Sunday dinner guests in the Elmer Hager home. Mrs. C. K. West and Shirley of Dubuque returned home Saturday after a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Cooney and Harold of Iown City and Mrs. Mary Tatro of Clermont were supper guests Friday in the Harlan Stee home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara of Austin, Minnesota spent a few days last week in the Ray Schara home. Sharon Rae Schara accompanied them home for a few days. Mrs. Merle Stee entertained on Thursday afternoon in honor of her daughter Mary's fourth birthday. Refreshments were served to Linda Schultz, Karen Stee, Nancy and Ronnie Rear, Dianne Szabo, Pamela Albright, David MacMillan, Kathleen Pixler and Robert Stee. Mary received many pretty I gifts on this occasion. On Wednesday afternoon the following attended a Threshers picnic in Lull's Park at Postville: Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Monroe and Donna, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Monroe and children, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Wahls and family, Mr, and Mrs. Earl Gilster and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Monroe and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Clark Monroe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe and Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe. Mrs. Herbert Stee and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt entertained the M. C. A. at the E. U. B. church' parlors. Members present were: Mrs. Arno Timmerman, Mrs. Harold Harvey and Janet, Mrs. Miles Ames, Mrs. Blake Albright and Pamela, Mrs.. Elmer Hager, Mrs Harlan MacMillan and children, Mrs. Ruby Peckham, Mrs. C. B. Schopp, Mrs. Roy Dean, Mrs. Rob- ',1 ert Kneeskern, MN «. , Mrs. eluded Mrs, , Man Gnat): Walter Brandf^ >" Brandt. d Mf * Hoi LAYER At Yorktown, Iown, an "oij hen" belonging to Mrs. ft Esias is still laying eggs alu, years of service in Mrs. Esias'j, The biddy is n buff leghorn. BICVCLE At Waverly, a young "sweating it out." Hi prised while raiding a vrattm. patch but got away, leaving bicycle. Police have tapouti' and are waiting lor him to up. USED CAR VALUESI 1949 FORD 1946 HUDSON 4-DOOR 1940 CHEVROLET 1938 CHEVROLET * 1936 FORD WILLMAN MOTOR ' POSTVILLE, I0Vft| • Telephone No. 293 LABOR DAY DANCE MON., SEPT. 6 TOM OWEN AND HIS COWBOYS Of Radio Station WMT COIN SHOWER DANCE - - Honoring - MISS BERN1TA THEIN of Garber —su»d— MR. JAMES BRADY of Greeley — Music By — THE RIDGE RIDERS THAT ENTERTAINING BAND WED., SEPT. 8 TWO FOUNTAINS During the Crawford county fair, Mr. Brummer of Ute stopped in a sheet metal works and bought a new flock watering fountain. When the Brummers got home and opened their mail, the found that Mrs. Brummer had won a similar fountain as part of a program staged at the fair by the company. The Brummers needed two, anyway. COIN SHOWER DANCE - - Honoring - MISS MARIANNE RUFF of Elkader —and— MR. WILLIAM HORNS of Monona Music By THE MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS THUR., SEPT. 9 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa COMING— The Champagne Music of LAWRENCE WELK TUES., SEPT. 14 Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostviUeRendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call laltmta City Service—Telephana Km. Ml MeGUGOB—Call Druf BUmSar* Service—Teleykene Ne. U-J OSSIAN-Call D-X genrkw Stall— Telepfceae Na. N ELGfN-Call D-X Service •tatt— Telapfc— Ne. nil MONONA-CaB Mr. Stagier—Telefheaa Ne. MS BOSSVUXK—Call BaasviUa Lacker Mart SAFify msr-£* o IPROaUUIHI To Motorists, Students and Parents WHEREAS: The Public Schools of Postville are now openil WHEREAS: Hundreds of children in Postville and surround" mg territories will be going to and from school five day*» week, and WHEREAS: Every citizen is interested in the promotion of safety and the protection of life and property; NOW, THEREFORE, I, Mort C. Deering, Mayor of Pf ville, do call upon all persons to assist in this campaign W| observing the following rules: 1. Every driver of a motor vehicle should exercise special care a crossing the intersections where children are crossing. 2. Every driver of a motor vehicle should observe the school si| and the stop signs on Highways No. 18 and 52. 3. Children driving to school in motor vehicles should not c vehicle around the town during the noon hour or at recess unnec& 4. School children should always remember that all P* 8 ?^^^ be inside the motor vehicle and only such numbers should be P« .Jjfe to ride in the vehicle as will not interfere with the control of tne . by the driver. 5. Children riding to school on bicycles should remember tha^ are subject to the same traffic regulations as operators of motor \ 6. Children should not cut across lots, if walking to school. sidewalks and the streets at intersections. M. C DEERING MAYOR OF THE TOWN O^TOSTVIU-E

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