THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA W1DWMDAT. 8BPTEMBU I WeBuy-WeSefl Shelled Corn - Ear Corn Soybeans - Oats We Deliver Track Lots of Grain Noel Brockway WEST UNION, IOWA SIS South Vine Phone 262 LUANA New Coleman OIL FLOOR FURNACE • Automatic "Take-lt-Eaiy* Heat • "Warm-Floor' Heat • Ctean Heotl • Barns Cheap Oil jAntomatic heat costs so little now, •nth a Coleman 03 Floor Furnace. Qhres top comfort, with "warm- floor'* features. Less work, with no fori, no ashes to carry, no mess in tte house. Come in and see; models from 30,000 BTU to 50,000 BTU— by Underwriters' Labors- NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY Postville, Iowa IHUIIIIHlIKttimilflttllUHHUIIUIII Want Ads Get Results! itmimiiuituli St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adlx, Pastor Friday, October 1 — 8:00 p. m., Council meeting. Sunday. October 3—9.SQ a. m., Sunday School and Bible Class. Monday, October 4 —8:00 p. m., Luther League. Study Club Meets The Happy Hour Study Club met on Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Elmer Radloff. The program was as follows: Song. There's Music in the Air; Scripture, Rosa Lembka; Thought for the Day, Hazel Behrens; Hymn. Onward Christian Soldiers: Roll call, A Favorite Radio Program; The birthday song for Ann Kamin; Song, An Evening Prayer; Topic, Child Care, Louise Davis; Entrtainment, Helen Doerring; Recreation, Ann Kamin. Other Loans News Mr. and Mrs. George Wolter and Duane spent Sunday with friends at Elgin. Mrs. Dora Ziegler spent Tuesday in the Roy Tapper home, east of Monona. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klinge at the Postville Hospital Friday night. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas spent Sunday afternoon in the Don Woodward home in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Walker moved to Edgewood on Sunday where they purchased a tavern. Mary and Kathryn Behrens of Postville were Saturdday afternoon guests of Mrs. Anna Gentz. Mr. and Mrs. George Bruns of Monona were Thursday afternoon visitors in the Henry E. Schrader home. June Brown of Cedar Kapids visited over the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte at Postville. Mrs. Charles Sullivan of Fredericksburg and Mrs. Glen Sullivan of New Hampton spent Friday in the Levi Schultz home. Mrs. Clara Hensley of Cedar Rapids was an over Sunday visitor in the home of her brother-in- law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman. Keith Overbeck, who graduated from the University of Denver, Colorado in August, spent Wednesday here calling on old friends and neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. William Gentz and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Doerring and son and Mrs. Anna Gentz were Sunday guests in the Harley Radloff home. Mr. and Mrs. Myron Dettman and Julie Ann returned Monday from Moville where they visited in the home of her brother, Rev, Schlueter. They also visited in Sioux City. Charles Sawyer and brother Donald of Emmett, Idaho, who had visited their sister, Mrs. Hazel Gould at Sparta, Wisconsin were calling on friends in this vicinity Tuesday afternoon. Donald Overbeck of Garnavillo and brother Keith Overbeck of San Bruno, California, Caroline Overbeck and Donald 1 Bollman were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg, Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Donery of Holstein came Saturday for a few days visit with her mother, Mrs. Dora Ziegler and in the homes of her twin sister, Mrs. Henry Mueller and brother, Charles Ziegler. Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt attended the Golden Wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vaughan, held at the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bachtell at McGregor Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown and daughter Rose accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brown and daughter Kay of Castalia to McGregor Sunday to attend the Golden Wedding anniversary of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Jess Vaughan at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bachtell. Mrs. Dora Ziegler with her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Donery of Holstein, were Sunday guests in the Henry Mueller home and in th evening, Mr. and Mrs. Gene Dull and Mr. and Mrs. William Schroeder of Monona were guests in the Mueller home. Mrs. Levi Schultz with Mrs. Dietsch, Nora Ruckdaschel, Annie Thoma, Mrs. Brockmeyer and Mrs. Ed Gass of Postville and with picnic baskets spent Wednesday in the Roy Welzel home at West Union in honor of Mrs. Schultz and Mrs. Welzel's mother, Mrs. Margaret Kluss' 83th birthday anniversary. Fall Is Good Time To Clean Up Laying House SRUE V0HR ROOF! ACT NOW.. SOLVE YOUR ROOF PR 08 IB MS THIS FREE SAMPLE WILL PROVE ASBESTOLINE 10 YEAR REPLACEMENT GUARANTEE! 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Giving the laying house a thorough cleaning protects gains made by the pullets before housing time and puts the damper on possible disease outbreaks this winter. Growing pullets on clean range to prevent them from becoming contaminated by diseases and parasites and then moving them into clean quarters is the best insurance against mortality, Phillips says. First step is to clean out all litter and dust. Clean first; disinfect afterwards, says Phillips. Dirt and manure may protect disease germs from disinfectants. After taking out all dirt, scrub the floor, the equipment and all other parts of the house that can be reached with a mixture of three ounces of lye to one gallon of scalding hot water. Equip ment, such as dropping boards and feeders, may be moved out side where rain will loosen man ure first. It is a good idea to al low sunlight to hit the equipment for a few days. Sunlight is a strong disinfectant, Phillips reminds. Cresol, DDT, sheep spray or standard coal tar disinfectants should be sprayed over all equip ment and the entire interior surface of the laying house after it is cleaned. Phillips says to keep the house empty and open for several days to allow airing and exposure to sunlight. FRANKVILLE OWING TO THE LENGTH OF "GONE WITH THE WIND" WHICH PLATS A RETURN ENGAGEMENT AT THE IRIS THEATER THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, OC TOBER 1-2. THERE WILL BE ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT COMMENCING AT 7:45 P. M. WITH THE FEATURE STARTING AT 8.00 P. M. V high YIELDS •kit* PEEMNC VALUE V Kjh SHEWN. KMENTME ...ffcofr wfcy tfW Trend is te HYBRIDS WM. KAMP Phone 16-R-4 CASTALIA, IOWA Study Club Meets The FrankvUle Study Club held the first meeting at the home of Mrs. Jeanne Crawford on Tuesday evening, September 20. The new officers were installed and members present responded to Roll Call by reciting, "A Safety Measure I Practice." The study topic for the coming year is, "Your World, Your Nation, Your Home." The president, Mrs. Mabel Higgins conducted the lesson for September, which dealt with, "State and General Federation Officers and Directors." A Safety Program for the Home, School and Highway." "Prevent Fires By Removing Hazards" was stressed by the club, and "Home Safety" Newspapers Reports were given. The club has twelve members, one honorary member and one associate member. The hostess served a lunch. Other FrankvUle News William Cook of Freeport, who suffered a stroke Monday is still in critical condition at the Decorah hospital. Mr. and Mrs. William Henthorne and family of Gays Mills, Wisconsin spent Sunday with his father, Ernest Henthorne. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christofferson attended funeral services for the latters nephew, Roy Smith, in McGregor Friday. Roelif Laughlin, graduate student of the University of Minnesota spend last week in the home of Mr .and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bollman and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Brandt returned Friday night from a fishing trip in northern Minnesota. Donald Birdsell, who attends Luther College as a senior this year, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Birdsell. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Henning and son Edgar Henning were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hager in Castalia. Arlene Mostrom of Spring Valley, Minnesota, who is teaching at Monona this year was a guest in the Leo Birdsell home over the weekend. Mrs. Roy Jagerson and Mrs. O. A. Jagerson of Freeport accompanied Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe to Independence Thursday morning, to attend a Woman's Presbyterial meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Earl VanWey of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Peck, Mr. and Mrs. Upton Peck and family were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roland Peck. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Koth of Luana accompanied their son, Harold, on a trip to Volga City Sunday, where they visited Mr. and Mrs. William Wilker. Mrs. Koth and Mrs. Wilker are sisters. Willing Workers are meeting on Thursday afternoon September 30, at the church basement, both of the groups participating. Mrs. Dan Higgins and Mrs. Frank Elvart will be serving. Everyone is welcome to attend the meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Schroeder of Miss Virginia Hahn to Arthur MacDonald at Aurora on Sunday evening. Miss Hahn made her home with the Schroeder's when she taught school here for several years. Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert and grandfather Evert of Oelwein accompanied Homer to Sioux City Thursday following his two weeks vacation spent here and at Oelwein. The older Evert's will then start on a vacation which they are sepnding in northern Minnesota. They are expected home in about a week. The Three County Dentist's Club entertained their wives at a seven o'clock dinner served by group number one of the Willing Workers Society, at the church here Thursday evening. The Dentists Club includes members from Howard, Winneshiek and Allamakee Counties. Mrs. Thomas Crawford, who was their guest, furnished the program. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke. Pastor Sunday, October 3—9:30 a. m. Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning worship. 8:00 p. m„ Luther League. Servers are Marlus and Robert Brandt, Wayne and Delores Timmerman. The entertainment by Lolita Buddenberg, Eugene Szabo, Virgil Monroe and Kenneth Schroeder. The topic by Elaine Everman. 8:00 p. m., Brotherhood area meeting at Eldorado. Last car to leave church at 7:30 p. m. Monday, October 4—Roller Skating party at Oelwein rink. Invitation given by Maynard Luther League. Thursday, October 7—The roller skating party at Ossian rink. Invitation given by West Union Luther League. William T. Cook William Thomas Cook, 83, resident of Winneshiek county since infancy, died Friday, September 24. Funeral services were conducted Monday, September 27, from the Steine-Fjelstul funeral home at 1:30 o'clock, and at the Freeport Methodist church at 2:00 o'clock. The Rev. Floyd H. Weed officiated. Burial was made in the Freeport cemetery. He was a son of Oliver and Narcissia Cook, born April 22, 1865, in Missouri. In infancy he moved to Castalia with his mother, his father having died from illness contracted while serving in the Civil War. Most of his life was spent in the vicinity of Castalia. On June 30, 1898, he was united in marriage with Emma Fortcamp. To this union four children were born—Frank, Perlie, Lucille, and a daughter who died in infancy. About 12 years ago Mr. and Mrs. Cook moved to Freeport where he enjoyed good health until Monday, September 20, when he suffered a stroke, and after a short illness, passed away September 24, at the Decorah hospital Surviving are his wife, his sons Frank of Decorah, and Perlie of FrankvUle; his daughter, Mrs. Ed- and family attended the wedding \ win Aanas of Emmetsburg; four WITH MAUTZ PAINTS MAUTZ 88 \ ONE COAT FLAT 100% OIL BASE PAINT • WASHIS tlAUmiHlY • DRIES Toil SAMI DAY • COVIRS WALLPOIR ONE COAT COVERS , MAUTZ FLOOR ENAMEL TO MAUTZ QUICK DRY ENAMEL " iffi 7 colors. Covers wood or concrete in- lade or outside. Clots tr .Amel. Fast drying. $5.35 JP ,nt E«? to 'wiy' ti 95 GALLON f brush marks. 12 colors. QUART iOMt IN TOO AY AND GIT YOUR fUl "HOW JO fAIHT It" fOlDlKS NYBERG'S Farm and Home Supply Postville, Iowa grandsons, La Verne, Merle, Orval and Duane Cook; also one half brother, Edward Blue of Maynard. Other Castalia News Chester Perry went to Rochester, Minnesota for medical aid. Mrs. Emil Fischer and Dickie of Janesville, Wisconsin visited in the Will Schave home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave were dinner guests in the Clarence Schave home at Monona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hager and family moved into their home recently purchased of Mrs. Elsie Kobriger. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Fred Talley and son at Waterloo, Sunday. Mrs. A. E. Jones of Guttenberg spent a few days visiting her son- in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan MacMillan and family. Mrs. Harlan MacMillan and Mrs. Blake Albright were joint hostess to the M. C. A. Club at the MacMillan home Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, Ellen Mrie and Harlan, Jr., went to Iow» City Wednesday, when 6 len Marie received a AeoW, the, University Hospital, 1 Herman Stee of Watertmd South Dakota, Hans SOMM, and L. Headington of Decs were dinner guests of Mt, «| Mrs. Melvin Stee Wednesday, || Mrsi Mary Huisinga ol Mtnat apolis, Minnesota came last si day for a weeks visit with son-in-law and daughter, Mr. HJ Mrs. Walter Brandt and Lloyd, i Mr. and. Mrs. Henry Koenig s Mr. and Mrs. Joe Schulu aai Lorna returned home after o ta days stay at Cnnistota, South ] kota. They also visited the ft William Strlepe family at Boy* Mrs. Ray Schara and Sanji Mrs. Merle Stee and Mary, Jfe Merlin Stee and Mrs. cuffljj Stee attended a "pink and Mix shower in honor of Gary Blsin infant son of Mr. and Mrs. BU Jones ol Decorah, Tuesday noon. Newspapers first used pm made from wood pulp in 1557 POTATOES WE HAVE TWO CARLOADS OF RED RIVER VALLEY POTATOES ON TRACK NOW! MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Will your life savings bum up if your-, house and furnishings burn? Standard fire insurance policies cover loss from fire, lightning, wind, hail, explosion, smoke damage and many other causes. 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