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PAGE SIS. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. ountrtj (^Despondence LUANA Mrs. Lily Fisk of Minneapolis spent Friday here with her uncle, Louis Engelhardt, and family. Marvin Holtz of near Elkader was a Saturday dinner guest in the home of his uncle, Geo. Lindroth, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Roth of Monona were Sunday visitors in the home of her sister, Mrs. Geo. Lindroth, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. Carey Cayton returned Sunday evening from Rice Lake. Wisconsin, where they spent the past few weeks with their son and family. Mrs. Ruby Hills of Delavan, Wisconsin, is visiting her sister, Mrs. B. B. McGonigle. and mother, Mrs. Klinge. east of Monona, and other relatives. Miss Juliet Reed, R. N., of Lansing, Misses Lillian Holmes and Helen Truman of Elkader. and Oliver Eno were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Splies home. Several friends with well filled baskets gathered at the C. B. Davenport home Sunday evening to assist Mrs. Davenport in celebrating her birthday anniversary. The evening was spent an playing cards. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Engelhardt and daughter, Lyledene. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt. with Mrs. Hazel Engelhardt and sons of Clermont, enjoyed a six o'clock dinner Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Roy Campbell of Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and daughters, Betty and June Ann, accompan jed by Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schierholz and family, autoed over to Bridgeport, Wisconsin, Sunday for a day's visit with the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Adney family. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. R. J. Brown, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Brown and son Guy, Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Hawkins, of Pleasant Valley; Mrs. Vern Flack. Manford and Wayne Flack, Mrs. Clarence Larson and son Bobby and Miss Irene Jones, of Ion. were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Brown. Helmuth Landt was an over Sunday visitor here to home folks, returning Monday to Traer where he plays with the Moeller Old Time Orchestra. This orchestra broadcasts over station WOI. Ames. Iowa, each Friday afternoon from one to one-thirty o'clock and Helmuth hopes that his friends will listen to their program and enjoy their old time selections. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Doerring. Mrs. Mary Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knuth. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Kliefoth. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur H. Berg. Lorenz Doerring, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz and Mrs. Bertha Splies attended the funeral of their brother and uncle. Henry G^rms at Decorah Saturday. Interment was made in the Postville cemetery- | Luana Hi-Spy School Exhibit On Monday evening. May 18, the annual exhibit will be held at the school house. This is an exhibit of the work done by the students of Luana school throughout the past year. The grade rooms will show their own achievements. Beginning at eight o'clock a program will be presented by the grade children. The eighth grade gradua tion exercises will be a part of the program. This evening of entertainment doesn't cost a cent, so we'll look for a large attendance. Be there early. School Calendar May 4 and 5—Academic Tests. May 15—Junior-Senior Banquet. May 17—Baccalaureate Address at the Lutheran Church. May 18—School Exhibit. May 21—Commencement at Opera Bouse. May 22—School Closes. Academic Tests The eighth annual Academic Tests are again in full swing. The schedule in L. H. S. was as follows: Monday—1:00 to 2:00—Contempora- ly affairs. Tuesday—9:00 to 10:00, Algebra I, Geometry, Biology; 10:00 to 11:00, World History, General Science, English Literature; 1:00 to 2:00, English Correctness. Baccalaureate and Commencement The seniors in L. H. S. are preparing for the last activities of the year, which are very near. On Sunday, May 17th, the Baccalaureate services will be held at the Lutheran church. The graduation of the seniors will be held on May 21st, when presentation of the diplomas will be made. Mr. A. W. Swenson has been pro' .cured as speaker for the occasion. Senior Class Play Well Attended The senior class play, "The Tin Hero," was presented to a very large crowd last Thursday evening. We were glad to have a group of Elgin students, who will present the same; play at a later date, with us. Elkader Junior College Girls Present Program at High School A group of girls from the Elkader Junior College entertained the high school with a very interesting program last Tuesday afternoon from 3:00 to 4:00 o'clock. The program consisted of readings, piano solos and duets, and vocal numbers. It was enjoyed by all. Luana School Sports The Luana high baseball nine was defeated by Strawberry Point Friday. May 1st, at Guttenberg in the county tourney, 3 to 1. Luana got seven hits no walks and two errors, and Strawberry Point got three hits, one walk and one error. The only long hit of the game was a two-bagger by Johan ningmeier of Luana. The pitchers were: Lindroth for Luana, getting eight strikeouts, and Hagge for Strawberry Point, getting six strikeouts. Luana's next home game will be with McGregor, Friday, May 8th. Everybody come. Grade Notes 1st and 2nd Grades We know five poems by Robert Louis Stevenson. We are printing them. We are going to make a poem book. We made a spring border of flowers, butterflies and birds. We made pictures of houses. We made May baskets, too. 5th and 6th Grades Last week we had a very interesting study of how birds are adapted to the lives they live. Their heads, bills, wings and feet are very different one from another. The sixth graders have completed the work outlined for geography and are beginning a review now. The fifth graders are completing a study of South America. For an oral reading project each boy and girl is bringing a poem or story which is especially interesting and reading it before the class. We gave book reports last week. That is the last time we shall have them this year. All except one in our room received an A in spelling Friday. This week we hope everyone will. The fifth graders talked about the development of travel and transportation in the last fifty years yesterday. They are going to have reports on the first airplane Tuesday. In English the fifth and sixth grades are both working on common and proper nouns, and singular and plural nouns. During penmanship we made charts of little slips showing our ability as writers. Regardless of the severe winter we have three people who have' not been absent at all during the school year. They are Ruby Miene, Laura Walch and Norma Hinman. This week we are going to make hygiene Safety First posters in the fifth grade. 7th and 8th Grades We have now begun a very interesting subject in art. painting. We have painted the complements and primary and secondary colors, which we have put in attractive designs. In social science the eighth grade has been studying "The Red Man.' They also made a very interesting scene illustrating an Indian village. The seventh grade is studying China and is also doing extra work in the National Geographic magazines which Anita brought. Mila Mae has a bruised knee due to an accident and has been absent. Donald has had his tonsils removed. Hurry up and get back, both of you. We have finished our study of birds and are now beginning our study of ferns and wild flowers. We are pressing each wild flower we find. We will also give reports on them soon. Saturday in English we gave talks and were given the limit of four "ands." It was much fun and we enjoyed it even if some did get the gong. We also gave current events during social science that day. Buchanan county enjoys the distinction of being the first county in the state to receive its supply of 1937 auto and truck license plates, says the Independence Bulletin. A truck from the state reformatory at Anamosa, where the plates are made, came last week and unloaded 5,000 auto and 720 truck plates at the office of County Treasurer Corcoran. They are just the opposite of the 1936 plates in color, being of blue with white letters. DANCE iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiMiiiiiiii Heidelberg Gardens Luana, Iowa Every Wednesday and Saturday Free Fish Fry Every Wednesday. CAST ALIA THE ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH CASTALIA, IOWA Rev. Wm. Stricpe, Pastor Sunday, May 10th Sunday School 9:30 a. m. Mother's Day services in English at 10:30 a. m. The Ladies' Aid will serve its annual Mother's Day dinner beginning at 11:30 a. m. A cordial invitation is extended to all. Delbert Updegraph was a business visitor at Dubuque Tuesday. Will Bloxham and W. H. Haefner were business visitors at Giard Thursday. The Misses Mae and Vina Lambert of near West Union spent Friday here with friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer and children spent Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer home. Roy Schultz is a patient at the New Hampton hospital since Sunday, where he will receive medical aid. Mrs. J. L. Gregg, Mrs. Keith Gregg and Joyce Ann, Mrs. C. R. Winn and Johnny and Miss Lulu Campbell were Dubuque visitors Wednesday. Herman Koester of Osage, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Meyer and daughter, Carrie, and Mrs. Aulerich, of Monona, were guests at the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer home Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Damond Meyer was hostess to the Embroidery Club at her home on Thursday afternoon. Those in attendance were Mrs. Will Albright, Mrs. Carious Meyer, Mrs. E. J. Baltz, Mrs. Earl Reeves, Mrs. F. L. Schweinefus, Mrs. Fred Bareis, and Mrs. John Kluss. The Pleasant View Cemetery Association held its annual meeting Friday afternoon at the home of Miss Alma Uhley. The following officers were elected for the coming year: Presi dent, Mrs. S. A. Hunter; secretary, Mrs. Chas. Albright; treasurer, Alma Uhley; caretaker, Walter Schultz. The Larkin Club was entertained on Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Helmuth Meyer. Those attending were Mrs. Donald Peekham, Mrs. H. L. Meyer, Mrs. W. J. Timmerman, Mrs. Valder Meyer, Mrs. W. A. Meyer, Mrs. J. S. Brandt, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. E. J. Perry, Mrs. Carious Meyer, Mrs. Fred Schultz. The M. C. A. Club was entertained Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Clarence Bray. A social time was enjoyed and refreshments concluded a very pleasant afternoon. Those that enjoyed the courtesy were: Mrs. Roy Dean, Mrs. C. B. Schopp. Irma Allen, Viola Allen, Mrs. Arno Timmerman, Luella Richards, Mrs. Donald Peekham, Mrs. Harold Harvey, Mrs. Naida Rawson. Mrs. Geo. Schultz. Mrs. Herman Reckward, Mrs. Valder Meyer. Mrs. Blake Albright, Mrs. Merle Stee. Mrs. E. C. Bachelder, Mrs. Oran Brandt, Mrs. Hyless Stendel, Mrs. Earl Anderson, Mrs. Oberlin Egeland and baby, Mrs. W. L. Richards. BETHEL Evergreen Wonder Workers Held a Meeting at Geo. Brainard Home The Evergreen Wonder Workers met at the home of Mrs. Geo. Brain ard last Saturday afternoon. Those present were Margaret Gelo. Marian Gelo, Iva Phipps, May Phipps. Lorna Phipps, Leota Phipps, Ruby Phipps, Eunice Krousie, Virginia Kalke, Janice Brainard, Barbara Brain ard, Esther May, Hazel May and the leaders, Mrs. Geo. Brainard and Mrs. John May. A very interesting demonstration on Ginger Bread was given by Marian Gelo and Hazel May. May Phipps and Virginia Kalke gave a demonstration on making Baking Powder Biscuits. At the close of the meeting delicious refreshments were served and enjoyed by all. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehring on Saturday, May 16. Arbe Behrens was called to Dubuque on business Tuesday. Bernice and Janice Brainard spent Sunday afternoon with Virginia Kalke. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and baby were Waukon callers Saturday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Warner Harris visited last Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Austin Folsom home in Waukon. Mrs. Arbe Behrens attended the county meeting of federated women's clubs at Lansing last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Helgerson visited last Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Roffman. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brainard and son Edgar visited Sunday afternoon in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. B. Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Powell and family of near Waukon visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wright Enyart, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brainard, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ewing and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segrist home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Nuehring and Virginia, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Brainard, Milo Gericke and Glen Tindell were Waukon visitors Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Barnes and children of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Harris and family were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris home. Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Lawson and daughter, Doris Ann, returned from LaCrosse, Wis., Monday, and . will make their home here. They are staying at the home of his parents at present. FRANKVILLE 4 -H Club Met April 25th The 4-H Club met at the home of Martha Hager on April 25th, with Miss Dilger, H. D. A., of Decorali as our helper. The following officers were elected: President, Dorothy Walby; vice president, Thelma Barker; secretary, Martha Hager; news reporter, Irene Hilmer. Miss Dilger gave us some song sheets and showed us some handbags which can be easily made. The next meeting will be held at the home of Dorothy Walby.—Reporter, Mrs. Althea Daubney of Decorah was a caller at the J. C. Schutta home Tuesday. Geo. Peekham of Castalia was a business caller in town Wednesday morning. Mrs. Lawrence Miller of Waukon was a week-end visitor here with her children. Miss Hilda Depping went to Decorah Friday evening for an over Sunday visit with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Barrett of Volney were business callers in Frankville Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Smeidcrskamp and Mrs. Will Grant were Decorah callers Friday afternoon. Rev. and Mrs. August Depping of Ledyard visited at the Albert Depping home here the past week. Mrs. Clifford Hughes. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus and Lila VanWey were Decorah callers Wednesday. The W. C. T. U. ladies and the L. T. L. group enjoyed a picnic at the church Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Schroeder and daughter visited relatives near Luana Saturday afternoon. Bert Smithling and Glen Letchford were business callers in Decorah on Tuesday and Thursday evenings. Mrs. Harry Harvey and son. Milo, of Decorah were transacting business and calling on relatives here Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pfeister are the proud parents of a little son born to them on Saturday at the Decorah hospital. Mrs. Lettie Padden and grandson. Oscar Padden, motored to Waterloo Thursday for a few days visit with relatives. Mrs. Francis Evert and son. Keith, and Mrs. Glen Letchford motored to Oelwein Tuesday and spent the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Donald Bulman of Waukon attended church here Sunday and visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Olio Hager. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Hughes mutt-red to LaCrosse. Wis., on Sunday to visit at the J. L. Drew home. Mrs. Geo. Kruse has been suffering from a very sore foot since Wednesday, when she was injured while assisting with the chores. Mrs. C. F. Letchford went to Postville Sunday tor a few days stay on account of the illness of her mother. Mrs. Frank Sebastian. Sr. Mrs. Nellie Spaun left Saturday for Waterloo, called there by the death of her niece. Mrs. Jay Jones, whose funeral was held on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Fred Brouillet left on Thursday morning on a trip to Estherville, Sibley. Sanborn and Sheldon, where they will visit relatives. Mrs. Leo Birdsell accompanied her father. Dr. E. A. Nash, to Greeley the first of the week to see her sister. Lily, who has been very sick with pneumonia. The next meeting of the Willing Workers will be held at the church Thursday afternoon. May 14th. Hostesses Mrs. Maggie Birdsell. Mrs. Nell Spaun and Mrs. Ida Bollman. All are welcome. Herman Krousc. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Krouse. of Manchester, became Frankville residents last week. The men are the new cheesemakers at the factory here and started work last Wednesday. Mrs. Ray Aylger. Mrs. Williams. Mrs. Helen Wilcox. Mrs. H. B. Winter. Mrs. Lillian Turnhill, Mrs. Lois Haugen and baby, of Decorah. were here Thursday and attended the Willing Workers meeting. The W. C. T. U. ladies will hold an all day institute here Saturday, May 9th. There will be a morning session, picnic dinner at noon, an afternoon session and in the evening a junior medal contest will be held. All are welcome. Mart Winger received word Wednesday that his brother, James Winger, had been seriously hurt in an accident in the woods and was in a hospital in LaCrosse, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Mart Winger, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert motored to LaCrosse that evening to see him. The V. I. S. held a business meeting at the home of Mrs. Ida Bollman on Tuesday evening. Officers were elected for the coming year as follows: President, Mrs. Mabel VanWey; treasurer, Mrs. Maggie Birdsell; secretary, Mrs. Ida Bollman. Some business problems were settled and the meeting adjourned. A fire Tuesday evening in the Roy Kneeskern home, occupied by the Will Grant family, caused some excitement for a short time, Mrs. Grant had lighted an oil stove and then went outside to do some work. The flames in the stove flared up and caught in a curtain and also damaged the wall and interior of the house considerably, but fortunately was ex- tinguised in time to save the house GRAND MEADOW Hetty Mae Sclmtte Celebrates Sixth Birthday Anniversary A happy gathering was held Sunday at ttie Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte home in honor of the sixth birthday anniversary of Betty Mac. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Willman, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Willmnn, Junior and Lyle; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer. Leonard and Irene; Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Dickmann, Merle Dean and Donna Mae; Lewis and Leo Mc- Nnlly, Lucille Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte, Betty Mae, Marlin and Joan. The departing guests wished for Betty Mae many happy returns of the day. Miss Julia Wettleson entertained the 4-H Club at her home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cahalan were Postville visitors Monday evening. Irma Koopman and Marie Lawson spent Sunday with Ivanell Lubbers. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte were Postville shoppers Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and son were Monday evening visitors at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lubbers were Sunday visitors at the Roy Moon home. Mrs. Louis Krambeer was a Sunday afternoon visitor at the Frank Cahalan home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wells were Saturday afternoon callers at the O. L. Trudo home. Kenneth Krambeer is spending a few days at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Krambeer. Ray Looney, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney, is recovering nicely from quite a siege with pneumonia. Carol June Jacobia is visiting at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. M. E. Monger, in Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Krambeer and daughters were Sunday forenoon visitors at the R. E. McNally home. Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Wells motored to St. Olaf Sunday and were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clauson of near Farmersburg were Saturday evening cailers at the Wm. Lubbers home. The Grand Meadow and Gunder ball teams played at Gunder Sunday. The score was 6 to 10 in favor of Gunder. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Trudo and daughter were Friday visitors in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. O. L. Trudo. Mrs. Frank Cahalan and James and Mrs. John Krambeer attended the funeral of O. K. Olson at Clermont on Wednesday. The Hume Garden Club was entertained at the Wm. Kuiisc home last Thursday. Mrs. H. E. McNally was assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farmer. Dorothy and Jimmy. <,f near Clermont, were Sunday dinner guests at the parental O. L. Trudo home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Krambeer and daughters and Kenneth Krambeer of Guttenberg were week-end guests in the John Krambeer home. THURSDAY, MAY 1, ^ J "GUNDER Church Notices There will bo n Sunday School M gram and supper Sunday CV61 May 10th, at (3:30 o'clock. Mrs. Olaf Rurodcn. and u \\a SK Sunday at the Chas. Bcrgan homo Mr. and Mrs. John Helium nmj^ Nelson were Oelwein shoppots' day. | Lillian Halverson is assisting ,.;| housecleaning at the Marion home. Mr. and Mrs. Selmor Holm and tin ily were visitors Sunday in the W Holm home. \ Mr. and Mrs. Theo. Wold wc t! jj ner guests Sunday at the Henry vj lersven home. Bernice Peterson is assisting • the household duties at the Benson home. . Mr. and Mrs. John Helium and Mttl I'm visited Sunday evening ai Otto Hanson home. Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Siend were Sunday afternoon visitors ia J Mrs. B. Nelson home. Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Anderson a family attended a birthday parly a Sunday at the Kenneth Mork homt. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Halverson s. family were dinner guests Sunday i the Alfred Marti home near Luna. Mrs. Robert Wettleson and daufc ters and Julia Wettleson spent SB dny afternoon at the Harold Ops home. | Mrs. Elmer Benson had a light je| alytic stroke last Friday tUtam but is somewhat improved at writing. Selina Olson has been very ris with pneumonia for the past ten < but is somewhat improved at l!r| writing. Twenty-nine members of the De» rah CCC camp were transferred t the Cresco camp last Tuesday, says it Plain Dealer. The Decorah carrip bj been disbanded and the remainder i the men transferred to Knife Ri^ Minn., and Lamont, Iowa. l"p to this date 36-10 licenses have been issued for autos in this county for 1938. and 477 for trucks, says the Waukon Journal. Last year this number of cars was not reached until June 4. and not until August 8 for the same number of trucks. Here is on item clipped from la Bancroft Register that says a mouthful in a very few lines: "If the Ion presidential possibility lived at S?s. cer instead of Algona. live Speas boosters would be backing hiratofe limit if only because of home-ton pride. That's the secret of Spencer! growth, and the secret, too, of 6a Clay county fair. Spencer cifan put Spencer first and their perssa prejudices second." It doesn't always pay to have teal car too shiny. At least Homer D#| of Madison township thinks so, Joe Flynn in the Decorah Joiinal Homer has a nice new car. He hid i all shined up. He left it out in tb yard. Homer also had some sie$ The other day the sun was shiEj brightly and the shining car was like a mirror. A buck sheep m passing by the car and saw Lis * flection. Either he didn't like hisovi looks or thought it was another skf He backed up. made a run, ad- wham!—he connected with the He caved in the door. He backed g and started for the second asaA when the hired man. Harry Ada stopped him. Moral to this story. Don't shine the car up too much. A New McCormick-Deering Planter Assures Positive, Accurate Planting It Saves Seed and Increases Efficiency! G O into your fields this spring with a new McCormick - Deering Corn Planter and you will have complete confidence that your corn is being given the best possible start. The dependable, durable clutch in McCormick-Deering Planters works unfailingly every time the check fork is tripped. Plunger-type valves provide proper placing of the hills. It is impossible to get the seed plates out of time with the receiving valves. Accumulation of the desired 2, 3, or 4 kernels to the hill before the valves open is always certain. The_ split-row fertilizer boot available for McCormick Deering checkrow planters deposits the fertilizer in the soil on both sides of the hill —the fertilizer cannot come in contact with the seed. These are some of the features that make McCormick- Deering Corn Planters so awn- rate. They mean the maximum efficiency in planting. Jk McCormick-Deering includes checkrow planters w \ drills for horse or Farmsll • operation. The checkrow plant*' era can be used for checK rowing, drilling, or hill -drillinfr Ask us to show them to you. Postville Lumber Co. E. A. HOTH

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