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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 15, 1948
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VAOE SCC THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMHr. . I We Buy - We Seii Shelled Corn - Ear Corn Soybeans - Oats We Deliver Truck Lots of Grain Noel Brockway WEST UNION, IOWA Sit South Vine Phone 2K2 LUANA "BETTER" USED CARS We have on hand some of the cleanest Used Cars you will find anywhere. We will list several:— 1M7 Cher. Aero Sedan—Like brand new. Radio. Underseat Heater, Spotlight. Visor, Seat Covers. Grille Guards. Chrome Wheel Kings, plus other extras. Beautiful 2-tone (reen finish. 1M6 Chev. "Fleetmaster" 2 -door— Also like brand new. We believe this is one of the cleanest 46's you'll ever find anywhere. Radio, Cnderseat Heater, etc. Beautiful maroon finish. 1*59 Ford V-8 Standard 4-dr. Sedan Very, very clean. Perfect in every way. Brand new motor. Well guarantee it to be perfect. See it! 1*38 Dodre Deluxe 4-dr. Sedan- Radio, heater; completely overhauled. Very clean. Upholstery like new. 1935 Chev. Standard Tudor—Motor overhauled. Very clean. One of the cleanest 1935's in the country. 1437 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan. We have many other cars on hand Cram $75.00 up. Three Model A Fords from S80.00 to S150.00. SEE US TODAY! JEROME H. LENSING - FESTINA, IOWA Mrs. Ida Olvis ol Farmersburg is visiting her friend, Mrs. Maude Baade n few days. Lawrence Radloff took Henry \V. Schultz to Rochester Friday to enter the Colonial Hospital. Mrs. Edna Winn of Ossian came Saturday for an over Sunday visit with her friend. Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter. Mrs. Maude Baade with Mrs. Ida Olvis were dinner guests in the home of Mrs.. Amanda Knuth Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade, and Mr. and Mrs. Malta Schultz left early Saturday morning to attend the Rodeo at Ft. Madison. Sharon and Dianna Zieman vis ited from Thursday until Saturday evening with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Duwe at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landt went to Mason City Saturday for an over Sunday visit in the home of their brother, Mr. Drallstrom and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Gossman left Wednesday for Roundup, Montana where they will visit in the home of Mr. Gossman's bro ther, Lester Gossman. Mrs. Clara Krambeer and grandchild, Sharan Krambeer of Ossian were guests in the Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Minnie Col lins home a couple days the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Haas, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Zieman of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman spent Friday and Saturday at Ames attending the Sports Festival. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader and family of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schrader w.ere picnic dinner guests Sunday in THIRD ANNUAL AMERICAN LEGION FOUR-COUNTY STAG PARTY at the Big-Four Fair Grounds POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, SEPT. 23 SPONSORED BY ARTHUR F. BRANDT AMERICAN LEGION POST NO. 518 SWISS STEAK SUPPER Served from 5:30 to 8:00 P. M. PRIZES: Portable Radio, Bench Saw, Automatic Shot Gun, Sport Jacket, or equivalent amount in trade. YOU'VE BEEN HERE BEFORE . . . . . . NEED WE SAY MORE! Admission — $1.25 the Henry Schrader home in honor of Mrs. Henry Schroder's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William Lindroth and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindroth of Los Angeles, California, who have been calling on old friends and neighbors the past couple of days left Monday afternoon for South Dakota. Rev. Paul Adix attended the 60th anniversary Mission Festival and organ dedication in his home church at Alden. Minnesota Sunday and also took part in the services. Mr. Alvin Pinke. a student, conducted the services in the Lutheran church here. Mrs. Amanda Knuth entertained at a 6:00 o'clock luncheon Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Lindroth and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Lindroth of Los Angeles, California. Her guests were Mr. and Mrs. George Sander, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Landt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knuth, Herman Gruel, Mrs. Mary Knuth, Mrs. Minnie Collins and Bobby, Miss Caroline Overbeck, Mrs. Maude Baade, Mrs. Ida Olvis, Mrs. Dora Ziegler, Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mrs. Linda Radach. Feature Corn and Beans At Field Day, Sept. 16th Corn and soybeans will be the order of the day for visitors attending the annual field day at the Iowa State College Agronomy Farm, Ames, September 16. Ed Dyas, Iowa State College agronomist and general chairman of the event, said this week that corn and soybean plots along with rotation and fertility experiments will highlight the day's program. To corn breeders the day will mark the unveiling of experimental hybrids made up of new unreleased inbred lines. Dyas says that these hybrids are showing much promise. Corn plots will be examined to see the results of different soil management and treatment practices in relation to rotation. Visitors will see differences between corn grown continuously on the same ground for several years and that grown in a rotation with legume-grass mixtures. College agronomists report that there is a sharp contrast between the rotation and continuous systems. Continuous corn as well as corn and oats rotations are much poorer than the three, four and five-year rotations. John C. Eldredge, of the agron- my teaching staff at the college, will be available in case field day visitors wish to tour the popcorn breeding and selection plots during the day. Eldredge has done extensive work with popcorn breeding. Also on display will be soybean plantings of nearly all varieties of soybeans grown in the Corn Belt. Progress in breeding and selection will be discussed by agronomists. Know Best Uses For "Soapless" Cleaners DOUGLAS R. LOOMIS, Owner It's fine to take advantage of the "soapless suds" and synthetic detergent powders of dish washing, but not so good to use these cleaning aids on the kitchen linoleum. Fannie Gannon, Iowa State College home management specialist, explains that these dish washing allies are excellent because they really do away with oil and grease which makes them fine for taking care of greasy pans and dishes. But when it comes to trying them on the linoleum, that's a different story, Miss Gannon points out. The linoleum needs the oil it contains to stay soft and pliable. Likewise furniture needs to retain the oil in its natural finish or in its coat of paint. Thus any oil-absorbing cleaner is not good for either the floor or the furniture. Even soap has a similar drying effect on linoleum and paint and, if used, should be carefully rinsed off with clear water. Ifs 'true that the kitchen and dining room linoleums often bear evidence of hard wear and look like they need frequent scrubbing. But, says Miss Gannon, it's wise to wax and oil the surfaces frequently. Then the linoleum will stay in best condition. If it shows signs of scratching or drying out in spots, apply boiled linseed oil to the clean and dry surface. Let it stand for 48 hours. Then wash off the wax. I FRANKVILLE j Friendly Neighborhood Club The Friendly Neighborhood club held its meeting at the home of Mrs. Roland Peck, Thursday. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. Milton Anderson, who was in charge of the program for the day. Boll call was first aid, answered by the following: Mrs. Roland Peck, Mrs. Elmer Elide, Mrs. Len Winters, Mrs. Walter Koch, Mrs. Kenneth Helium, Mrs. Upton Peck. Mrs. Victor Marti, Mrs. Amanda Nesvick, Mrs. Henry Thompson, Mrs. Grant Marti and Mrs. Milton Anderson. After singing America, election of officers took place. They are: President, Mrs. Milton Anderson; vice president, Mrs. Walter Koch; secretary, Carrie Lee. The visitors were Mrs. Alice Armstrong of Mabel, Minnesota and Clarian Thompson. At the close of the meeting a "Mock Wedding" was given by a group of children of the neighborhood, given by Mrs. Milton Anderson, in honor of Mrs. Harley Thompson, who was married recently. The ladies presented Mrs. Thompson with gifts to be used in her kitchen. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Grant Marti. Other Frankville News Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole, Myron and Helen of Lansing, Mrs, F. M. Wilder and sons of Dorchester, were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry. Mrs. Marie Jennings of Chicago, Illinois, mother of Mrs. Frank Elvart, passed away at the Elvart home here on Sunday afternoon, following a weeks illness after suffering from a stroke. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sargent of Hampton spent Saturday, Sunday and Monday in the home ol Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry. Mr. and Mrs. Sandry, Russell and Clarence accompanied the Sargent's to Village Creek on Sunday where the two families were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Cole. Mrs. Cole and Mrs. Sandry are sisters. A belated birthday party was given for Mrs. Delmar Reinecke, the new teacher at Ludlow, in the Waters district. Mrs. Reinecke received several gifts and a lunch was served from baskets brought by the ladies, who arrived at the school house about 3:30 in the afternoon. Mrs. Keith Waters pre sented the birthday cake and the following attended: Mrs. Lester Van Wey, Mrs. Keith Waters, Mrs Dwight De Witt, Mrs. Elmer Fadness, Mrs. Albert Grotegut, Mrs. Lawrence Snitker and Faye. Dorland of Hawkeye; Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNeil of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Minger and Beth and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monsky of Castalia Mr. and Mrs. John Lcmbke and Oscar of Monona were callers in the Edwin Engelhnrdt home Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz Jr., took their son, Arthur to Dubuque Sunday, where he will attend Loras College. Mrs. Edwin Erickson and children of West Union, spent a few days last week with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudtson and Julie of Milford, came on Saturday for a few days visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz, Jr. Mrs. Fred Dahms was hostess to a surprise birthday dinner honoring her husband on his anniversary. The guests were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dahms and Lynwood, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Engelhardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Carter and family of Monona; Mrs. Ethel Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Christofferson and Ileta, Mrs. Helen Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landt. Mr. and Mrs. Loran Meyer and Mary Beth and Mrs. Kenneth Barker and Vickie Sue, all of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Dahms of Castalia. On Sunday the family of Henry' Schultz, Sr., gathered at the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schmidt in honor of Mr. Schultz's birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schultz and Lorna, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Schultz and baby of Yuma, Arizona; Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern and family of Preston. Minnesota: Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Knudtson and Julie of Milford; Mr. and Mrs. LaVeme Koenig and family of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Phil Wander and son. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. Jr., Elmer Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz and family, all of Castalia. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Thursday, September 16—8 p. m., Choir rehearsal. Saturday, September 18—Confirmation instruction for both divisions at 8:45 a. m. Sunday, September 19—Sunday School at 8:45 a. m., and Morning Worship at 9:45. Monday, September 20—Lutheran Brotherhood meets for devotional, business and dartball practice at 8:00 p. m. Other Castalia News Mrs .Will Schave spent Friday afternoon with Mrs. Tillie Swenson at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegan of Cedar Rapids called at the Oran Brandt home on Labor Day. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Darland' of Hawkeye spent the weekend in the Harry Monsky home. Mrs. Glen Pixler, Kathleen and Danny of Luana were visitors in the Will Schave home Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey left Tuesday on a fishing trip in Minnesota with friends of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wilkens of Cresco called on Mr. and Mrs. Floyd Harvey Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole of Clear Lake were overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monsky Friday. Mary Ellen Schave of Clermont spent the weekend with. her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave. Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harvey of Waterloo were weekend visitors with the formers mother, Mrs. Cora Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nesbit entertained the following at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Clifford FISH STORY While fishing near Duluth, Henry Lauterbach of Reinbeck lost a fine new rod and reel when a big "northern" pulled it out of his hand. Two days later, he was talking with Ed Galum, Illinois fisherman, who told of an unusual bit of luck; in dragging in his bait he had pulled in a brand new rod and reel with a big five pound northern still fastened to the hook. The rod and reel proved to be Mr. Lauterbach's. | LUANA HI-SPY *v_ ; On Monday September 8,. the Luana high school pupils elected their officers. They are as follows: Representing the seniors arc; President, Elaine Doerring; secretary-treasurer, Rita Land; student council, Eileen Schrader, and Elaine Doerring. Juniors: President, Georgia Smith; vice president, Roger Russett; secretary, Marvin Mohs; treasurer, Donald Jones; student council, Ardyth Wagner, and Marvin Schrader. Sophomores: President, Jacquelyn Doerring; vice president, La Vonne Faber; secretary, Arlenc Bugenhagen; treasurer, Loretta Busncss; student council, Sharron Wentz. Freshman: President, Wayne Sander; vice president, Gene Kruse; secretary, "Beverly Schrader; treasurer, Beverly Schrader; student council, Robert Thoma. Dan* MATTER'S BALLROOM] Decorah, Iowa | Sat, Sept i — Music By — LES HARTM; »nd His WMT Iowa Cornhuikeril with o fUEL-SAVINQ WILLIAMS 1 ruaMavliif VIRTICAL COUNTI QILOMATIC WINTER AIR CONDITION!* Hoth Bros. Hardware Hardware — Heating — Plumbing Telephone No. 229 Postville, fan] DANCE SAT., SEPT. 18 HENRY CHARLES — and his — Stylists of Sweet Swing TUES, SEPT. 21 LYNN KERNS — and his — Rhythm Club Orchestra New Legion Club North of Decorah on Highway 52 TOP PRICES For Dead Horses and Cows "WE WANT EVERY DEAD ANIMAL YOU HAVE REGARDLESS OF SIZE —WE MAKE THE CALL." Always remember when you want top| prices plus fast service PHONE 555 POSTVILLE or 600 WAUKON Reverse all long: distance calls. Cole's Meat and Bone Meal For Sale. | "BE SURE BY CALLING US." ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SEI Postville—Phone 555 — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. 36 FARM INSURANCE Be sure you have complete coverage In standard policies written properly in first .line companies after expert advice from your arent Farm "Protective Policy" (liability)—$12.00 Farm passenger cars, liability 15.00 Farm pickup, liability 15.00 Farm fire, wind, etc., per $1000 4.80 Farm Windstorm per $1000 2.00 Farm personal accident, $100 a month— 25.00 Farm tractor and machinery per $1000— 7.00 Preston Carr, Insurance Telephone No. 157 Monona, Iowa Don't Neglect Growing Bint Balance Home Grown Grains With MOR-GAIN MASH MAKER To Make A Complete, Properly Balanced Laying or Growing Mash FORMULA NO. 1- FORMULA NO. 2- J 100 lbs. Mor-Gain Mash Maker 100 lbs. Mor -Gain Mash ] 200 lbs. Ground Corn 200 lbs. Ground Corn 200 lbs. Ground Oats 100 lbs. Ground Oats 100 lbs. Middlings The use of Mor-Gain Mash Maker permits the use of the most of >j farmer's own grains in the ration and requires the purchase «». ovel est part of the ration—at a saving of above $1.00 per 100 pouw» buying ready-made mash! Mor-Gain Feeds Get Better Results at Lower < Castalia General Stofl H. S. MacMillan, Proprietor CASTALIA, IOWA ^ " A Feed For Every Need" \

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