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October 6, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, QCTO B EK 1. We Buy-We SeB Shelled Corn - Ear Corn Soybeans - Oats We Deliver Trnek Lots of Grata Noel Brockway WEST UNION, IOWA Sit South Vine Phone 263 tooooooooooooooooooooooo DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa WED., OCT. 13 BENNETT-GRETEN — and their — ORCHESTRA "Your Favorite Dance Band" m FRANKVILLE ) Mrs. Margaret Haugen was a caller at the home of Mrs. Dan Higgins on Thursday evening. Mrs. Vincent Henry of near Decorah was a visitor at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Will Henthorne on Saturday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russett and family were Sunday afternoon visitors and supper guests at the Roy Kneeskern home. Mr. and Mrs. Milton Birdsell of near Ossian were Friday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell. Leo Birdsell went to Chicago on Tuesday to attend the three-day R. E. A. meeting at Hotel Stevens. He returned Thursday. Mrs. Paul Behn came home on Tuesday from La Crosse, "Wiscon- son where she had been a patient in a hospital in that city. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Jerry were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. D. O. Jagerson and Mrs. O. A. Jagerson in Freeport Mr. and Mrs. Roland Peck, Luann and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Peck left early Thursday for Bruce, Wisconsin for a visit at the Lester Davis home. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Letchford, Mr. and Mrs. John Schutta and COMPLETE INSURANCE SERVICE! We write applications and collect premiums just as any agency has to do. In addition we make all changes, give expert information, file policies, compute transportation and income tax, collect claims for policy holders, adjust claims, make up tariffs and many other activities. For real insurance service write or phone us. Preston Carr, Insurance Telephone No. 157 Monona, Iowa CometoWAUKON — FOR — CORN DAY Tues., October 12 BIG PARADE AT 10:30 KIDDIES PARADE CROWNING of QUEEN FOUR BANDS FREE ACTS PROGRAM lb TWO BIG DANCES! On Hand and . . FOR SALE One New 7 Cubic Foot DELUXE FRIGIDAIRE One New 9 Cubic Foot STANDARD FRIGIDAIRE One New 8 Cubic Foot FRIGIDAIRE HOME FREEZER Also KICKAPOO 10-in. OIL BURNER ONLY $75 .00 Castalia General Store H. S. MacMILLAN, Prop. Open Every Day and Night Except Sundays ! Thomas Bollman left Thursday for Rice Lake, Wisconsin tor a tew days visit with relatives. Harold Fehler of Clinton, Texas, a Luther College student, accompanied Donald Birdsell, also of Luther, as a guest in the Leo Birdsell home several evenings last week. Mrs. Anna Bahn of Hampton, Mrs. Pearl Wearda of Sheffield and Mrs. Gilbert Behn and son Roger of Chapin spent Wednesday and Thursday at the home of Mr. and MrV Paul Behn. Mrs. Dan Higgins will go to Clinton next Wednesday where on Thursday, October 7, she will attend the Women's Federated Clubs convention as the Winneshiek county chairman. Mrs. Thomas Crawford accompanied Mrs. Harriet Letchford and Virginia on a motor trip to Milwaukee last week where on Sunday, September 26, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon, they heard the New Work Philharmonic Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Thomas Crawford will go to Fayette next Tuesday, October 5, where she will conduct a concert at Upper Iowa University. On Thursday, October 7, Mrs. Crawford will be a guest of the Federated Clubs Convention at Clinton, where she will also entertain on the program. A one o'clock luncheon will be held at the church for the next Willing Workers meeting, when the society will entertain the Pres- byterial officers as their guests. Those who wish to attend the luncheon, please contact Mrs. Fennimore Ambrose or Mrs. Arthur Ruen for reservations. " Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pliester and family of Maynard and' Mr. and Mrs. Edward Linderbaum and family of (Jssian were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes on Sunday morning, after which the group attended a picnic dinner at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clement of »near Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook and family and Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook also attended. Club Meets The Friendly Neighborly Club met at the home of Misses Carrie and Lala Lee on Thursday afternoon, September 23. The president, Mrs. Milton Anderson called the meeting to order by the use of the Lord's prayer and singing America in unison. Members i responded to roll call by naming their favorite bird. Carrie Lee conducted contests for the program, in which Mrs. Henry Thompson won the Flower Game. Mrs. Kenneth Helium won the Hidden Articles Game. At the close of the meeting, "Bingo" was played and the prize was won again by Mrs. Helium. Mrs. Jacob Lee of Decorah was a visitor. Lunch was served by the hostesses, the Misses Carrie and Lala Lee. The next meeting, will be held at the home of Mrs. Gust Russell, Friday, October 8.. Observe 50th Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell received many beautiful cards and gifts in observance of their 50th wedding anniversary. Margaret Brandt and Eugene Birdsell were married September 26, 189S, by Rev. L. t. Lockard at the Methodist parsonage in Decorah. Lottie Birdsell (Mrs. Walter Pilgrim) and Walter Pilgrim were their attendants. Following the wedding ceremony, a reception and supper was served at the home of the bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Brandt, who owned and operated the farm where Wayne and Wesley Brandt now live. "Maggie and Gene" started housekeeping on William Birdsell's farm where they remained for many years until they moved to Frankville about 22 years ago. They became the parents of two sons, Leo and Ralph Birdsell who now live on the farm. Leo married Miss Ruby Nash, daughter of Dr. and Mjrs. E. A. Nash, now of Ottumwa. They have one son, Donald, a Luther College senior, who is the only grandson of this weeks honored couple, Mr. and Mrs. E. B. Birdsell. Donald is the 5th generation living on the William, Birdsell farm which is still Birdsell property. E. R. Birdsell is the son of Israel Birdsell and Mrs. Flora Kenyon Birdsell and a grandson of William Birdsell, the pioneer, who settled here in 1852. r LUANA M. John 's Lutheran Church Paul w. Adix, Pastor Friday, October 8— \Choir practice at 8:00 p. m. Sunday, October 10— 9:30 a. m., Sunday School and Bible class. 10:30 a. m., Church Service. Other Luana News Mr. and Mrs. Arno Oelke of Monona were Sunday evening guests of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schultz. Henry W. Schultz returned from Rochester, Minnesota Tuesday after submitting to an operation three weeks ago. Ben Dale Pederson of Piquot Lakes, Minnesota was a dinner guest Monday in the Will Doerr ing home. Lyledene Engelhardt of ' Des Moines was a supper guest in the home of her cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas. » Lyledene Engelhardt of Des Moines came Friday for a weeks visit with her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. Mrs. Levi Schultz, Mrs. Minnie Collins, Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Arthur Berg were among the Dubuque visitors Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry E. Schrader and sons, Eldo ,and Elmer, attended the funeral of their cousin, Henry Miller at Chicago, Thursday. Bosa Brown was an over night guest Friday of her school mate, Jolinea Gisleson, and on Saturday assisted her in celebrating her birthday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas, Carlton Collins and Joyce Dettman were Monday evening chicken dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoth. Mrs. Amanda Knuth accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Carl Walter of Postville to Bernard Sunday for a few days visit with Mr. and Mrs. John Hake. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Bundrick moved Saturday from the upstairs apartment in the Don McShane home into their house they recently purchased of Lawrence Baade. Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert left Saturday for Des Moines where they will visit a few days in the home of their son, Joe Lambert, and a few days with relatives at Tama. William Frowheim, Mr. and Bob Furgeson, Minnie Thompson and Vera Thompson of Monona, Mrs. Hazel Voelz and Lyledene Engelhardt were Sunday visitors at the Lou Engelhardt home. Mrs. Minnie Collins and Mrs. Ben Krambeer accompanied their nephew and niece Mr. and Mrs. Frank' O'Brien of McGregor to Owatonna, Minnesota Tuesday to spend the day with relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Radloff and son Gary went to Rochester, Minnesota Sunday to visit his sister, Mrs. Clarence Buckman of Farmersburg, who recently submitted to an operation and is in St. Mary's hospital. Mrs. Dora Ziegler entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Francis Donery of Holstein. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Mueller and family, Ed Mueller, Mr. and Mrs. Weber Ziegler and family of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Ziegler, Mi - , and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis and baby of Postville and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Donery. | 4-H Club Organized A 4-H Club was organized Tues- | day night, September 28, at the home of Mrs. John Doerring. The following officers were elected president, Jacqueline Doerring vice president, Marilyn Gordon secretary, Arlene Bugenhagen treasurer, Joanne Doerring; reporter, Janice Radach; historian Mary Klinkenberg. The leader is Mrs. John Doerring, and the co- leader is Mrs. Howard Easton. The next meeting will be held Saturday, October 23, at the home of Jacqueline Doerring. Each of the members will answer roll call with an idea for naming the club. LUANA HI-SPY The Junior Class of Luana high school has chosen "Where There's a Will" for their class play. It is a farce in three acts by Charles George. The cast of characters is. as follows: Mrs. Zella Keith .Henrietta Pape Lorna Keith, her daughter Georgia Smith James Emerson, their cousin Marlow Gisleson Mrs. Alice Emerson, his wife Darlene Wagner Linda Emerson, their daughter.... Ardyth Wagner Ralph Macy, a young book agent Donald Jones Henry Hale, a book agent „...Darol Rose Wallace Taylor, Linda's fiance.... Marvin Mohs Jane Scott, a Debutante Mary Klinkenberg Edmund Lewis, who dabbles in real estate Roger Russett Sylvia Terry, a young friend of Linda's Ruth Jones Gates Austin, her fiance Marvin Schrader Lily White, Emerson's young colored maid Beverly Nelson This performance will insure hearty and prolonged laughter and there is nothing quite as priceless as a good laugh for the adage, "Laugh and the world laughs with you," will hold true as long as the world lasts. The class plans to present this play on October 29. A school carnival is being planned to be held November 12. The Luana school band will march at Waukon Corn Day on October 12. The school magazine sales are completed and brought a profit of $130.55. FEEDING FOR PROFIT "Maximum proflt feeding means getting maximum rain. «. unit of feed. To get the most from each unit of feed it m provide the proper abundance of proteins, vitamins ano'nrim*!!? in the right proportion to maintain health and build HietLu? that mean rapid growth and maximum gains." " Give your livestock a boost on the way to those nu,w. profit gains with BIO GAIN MINERAL STOCK. FOOD uT an old standby with many successful feeders who want th* lLl! in feeds and the most in livestock profits. Put it In your tltfe and watch your livestock "go to town." n Ask for BIO GAIN MINERAL STOCK FOOD Available in Meal or Pellets FRANK H. 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