Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 4, 1961 · Page 4
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4 P0STV1LLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 4, 1961 Wednesday, January 4 — Dorian Vocal Festival; Language art consultant at grade school; young farmers class. Saturday, January 7 — Seventh and eighth wrestling at Dubuque. Monday, January 9—FFA meeting; monthly meeting of the Board of Education. Tuesday, January 10 — Basketball, Fayette, here; wrestling at Decorah; paid assembly program, 8:40 a. m. Wednesday, January 11—Young Farmers class. Friday. January 13, — Sumner, here, Basketball; seventh, eighth and ninth, at Decorah, basketball and wrestling; end of first semester. Saturday, January 14 — Conference wrestling meet at Elkader. Monday, January 16, 8:00 p. m.— Home Declamatory contest and One Act plays. Tuesday, January 17 — Monona, here, basketball; Decorah, seventh and eighth here, basketball. Wednesday, January 18, 11:07— Junior high community sing; assembly grades kindergarten, third; young farmers class. Thursday, January 19, 7:00 p. m.— Junior-senior high faculty meeting. ' j Friday, January 20 — Basketball, Maynard, here. Saturday, January 21—West Un-| ion, here, wrestling; Superinten denfs meeting at Ames. Tuesday, January 24—Basketball, Waukon, here; wrestling, here. Wednesday, January 25 — Assem bly grades, four to six; Young farmers class. Friday, January 27—Basketball, West Union, there; Waukon seventh and eighth, here; Waukon freshmen, here; wrestling, Waukon seventh and eighth, here. Saturday, January 28 — Preliminary speech contest at Postville. • • • » » First Grade. Twenty of us have discovered the ,.«,Ut !lmmUI )lltlJI!IIUMimlMtllllimill!t III I MM inn ui,,4 SPECIAL I PAINT 1 I VALUES I WAIL PAINT White & Beautiful Colon! ONLY <#*7« GAL. $375 I NYBERG'S I Postville, Iowa f *lUmuil !fllMHtlMtMtlt <!imi |,|MIMIlMIMIIIIIIMIItllUltf joy of reading independently. We have all read at least one book and some have read more. Mr. Bookworm, on the bulletin board, will soon grow long and fat as we add more books to the list. Carol Schultz treated the class to decorated cookies on her seventh birthday, December 15. George Enyart's birthday will be December 24. He brought a treat for us. Thank you Carol and George. I The class says "Thank you!" to the mothers who served on the Christmas party committee. They are: Mrs. Allan Boese, Mrs. Norman Johnson, Mrs, Beulah Willis, Mrs. Robert Harris. Mrs. Delbert Martins, Mrs. Norman Schultz and Mrs. Thomas. It .was a nice party. We are all happy to have a vacation. We have worked very hard and need a good rest. We will be ready for schoolwork again on January 3, 1961. Second Grade. (Miss Holtzman) We were happy to welcome! to our room Mary Chris Owen, who moved here this week from Anamosa. In science we are starting a new unit about toys. We saw a movie on how to care for them. We will learn that toys operate in different ways. We have startted a new unit in social studies too. It is about the baker. We saw a movie that showed us how bread is baked. All of us wrote Christmas stories this week. Third Grade. (Miss Peterson) We were so happy to see the snow come. Now we can bundle up and play In the fluffy snow, but we also know that we can catch colds. We were learning what we should do so that we don't catch colds. We're climbing higher and higher in arithmetic. Adding and subtracting larger numbers has been an interesting subject for this week. Our science books are -getting good use. We're finding out what things we must know in order to be a good scientist. The wholesale market has been a topic of conversation in social studies. Some of us were surprised to see what happens at the wholesale market. Our Christmas tree has many pretty packages under it. They all look so inviting that we can hardly wait to open them. We were delighted to see so many people at our Christmas program on Sunday. It's fun to hear and sing Christmas music. Christmas stories are being composed in our English class. We • can 't wait to hear them because ' there so so many different things : to write about at Christmas time. • We have our snowball decora- 1 tions hanging in our room now. We : got them done just in time to go i along with the snow we really j have outside. : We are planning for a Christmas i full of joy and peace and we also j hope our readers have as wonder- j ful a one as we are hoping to have. : Fourth Grade. j (Miss Paulson) i Alan Martindale treated the class j to popcorn balls. He was celebra- j ting his tenth birthday. : Connie Peake brought a Christ- : mas decoration made from string, • sugar water and balloons. We de- j cided to try some ofthem. The i result of our work is now hang- : ing from the lights. We think they • are rather pretty. : Judy Looney brought several : magazines with Christmas ideas • and stories in them. We have en- £ joyed looking at them. : Everyone is excised about the : many presents under the tree. Ex- • clamations and questions can be ; heard many times during the day. j We hope the presents are not easi- : ly damaged because they have been • handed a lot. : PerhaDS the biggest excitement of : the week was the snow. It seems • as if everyone was wishing for it • and it was hard to study on the : We sell the complete line of OX farm products... DX Boron Lubricating Gatotin* DX Lubricating GasoliM DX Boron Motor Oils SntdaundDX Faro Lubricant* Our DX Boron Motor Oils— the world's first! — and famous DX farm greases and lubricants are the finest products of modern petroleum science. They give you top protection •gainst wear—best in their fields! They're sold on DX Sunray's written money-back guarantee. And youTl find our prices are really right Call for fast, friendly service. Ir ^ai'rxi Service HOME OIL COMPANY PHONE «724 POSTVILLE, IOWA I day when it was coming down. Talk of sliding, skating and skiing immediately became topics of conversation. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) This week we received a post card, a long letter and a make- believe "wanted" poster from Bill Green. He has been visiting Ghost Town, California. Some of the children in our class have been bringing Christmas records which we have been playing each morning this week. On Thursday we will have our Christmas party. The committees have been planning since Friday for this big party. Our room looks very cheery with the tree and all the decorations. We are all checking out books for our Christmas vacation. Our news was written by Kandi Harris and Diana Brinker. Next week we will have two new reporters. Seven-B. We are studying interest in mathematics. In homemaking the boys in seven-A and seven-B are cooking different foods and eating them in class. In science we are studying about how heating and cooling change the volume of materials. In English we are studying the subject, the verb, and the predicate noun in sentences. In social studies we arc studying the chapter, Trees. In music we are singing Christmas carols, David Miller. PERMIT REQUIRED TO SELL SEED OFF FARM Any Allamakee county farmers planning to sell their seed at public auctions or from a central location downtown must acquire a permit first, says County Director Fred C. O'Riley. The permit number must be fastened to each tag or container of seed. O'Riley says Leroy Everson, in charge of seed testing at Iowa . State University, points out that permits may be obtained by writing to the Iowa Department of Agriculture, State Capitol Building, Des Moines, Iowa. The cost of the permit is $5.00 per year. Each permit expires on July 1 following the date of issue. Everson says the following is a copy of the seed-permit requirement as given in the Iowa Seed Law: "No person shall sell, distribute, solicit orders for, offer or expose for sale, any agricultural seed without first obtaining from the department, a permit number to engage in such business, which permit number shall be affixed to each bag or container of such agricultural seed. No permit number shall be required of persons selling seed, including seed corn, which has been packed and distributed by a seedsman holding and having in force a permit number as herein provided. No permit number shall be required of person selling offering or exposing for sale for seed of their own production, provided that such seed is stored or delivered to purchaser only on or from the Clermont Airport Charter Flights in Beechcraft Bonanza CLARENCE KITTELSON Phone 29F6161 Clermont, Iowa 35tfc farm or premises where grown. The fee for each permit number shall be $5.00 per annum Tind all permit numbers shall expire on the first day of July following the date of issue. , Herald Want Ads bring results. TANSIES Mrs. Leona Downic of J has the proof that <h„ 1 unusual this year in .I* 8 ! November she »\ e h2** her home. They !S> beautifully at the ZT » er of her house. RETURNING BY REQUEST j Dick Miller and his RhythmasteJ SATURDAY, JANUARY 7th WEDDING ANNIVERSARY NIGhi LEO AND HIS PIONEERS ALL COUPLES MARRIED IN JAN. SEND NAtol AND ADDRESS TO LAKESIDE FOR FREE SATURDAY, JAN. 14 CALL 5331 FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS a e q G , wJ llllllllll! Farm Loan Service Fully Insured Sale NORTHEAST IOWA DIVISION REASON and LOCATION — As we have decided to quit farming, we will sell at Public Auction on farm located three-quarters of a mile Northeast of Postville, Iowa: SATURDAY, JANUARY 7 LUNCH WAGON ON THE GROUNDS STARTING TIME: 10:30 O'CLOCK F arm Mach John Deere "A" tractor with power block, powr-trol and rollamatic Cultivator for John Deere "A", quick-tach John Deere 2-16" No. 44 Powr-trol plow John Deere "40" tractor with 3-point hitch Cultivator for John Deere "40" John Deere "25" combine 8 ft. John Deere Van Brunt drill, Powr-trol attach, for John Deere drill Wisconsin single-cylinder engine Engine trucks 40-foot belt "65" Titan chain saw 85-gal. hog water fountain Two hog troughs Tank with hog water fountain Woven wire stretcher with 4-foot clamp 100 feet Vi-inch rope Five 55-gallon barrels 3-pulley block and tackle with 80 feet Vi-inch rope 34-ft. extension ladder 35-lb. Alemite grease gun Clipper fanning mill with complete set of sieves Grinder w/ mower sickle attach. Disston 2-man crosscut saw mery Tractor weed sprayer Rotary pump with motor Paint sprayer 12-ft. grain auger with motor Belt pulley for John Deere "40" or "MT" Ferguson 2-14" plow with 3-point hitch 8-ft. John Deere Integral field cultivator John Deere 290 corn planter with disc fertilizer attachs. Oliver No. 50 baler John Deere No. 5 7-ft. mower John Deere side rake 15-ft. Powr-trol JD disc 4-sec. drag w/folding draw bar JD corn shelter, 3-point hitch John Deere "H" spreader Two Case heavy duty wagons, 2 wagon boxes, 6'xl4'—7'xl4' Loading chute 8-ft. fertilizer spreader John Deere tractor tire pump New cylinder drive belt for JD "25" or "12-A" combine 10' x 14' brooder house 1945 Dodge pickup John Deere 10-in. hammer mill Corn binder Log chains 28-ft. elevator 1,000-lb. scale Hog crate 68 HEAD Holstein CATTLE! 22 Cows, in full production now 9 Cows, springing 9 Heifers, springing 7 Open Heifers 7 Ten-month old Calves 5 Four-month old Calves | 9 Heifer Calves t N e2L Ye Th ABS . S f. rvice - A " calfhood vaccinated, TB and Bangs tested. These cattle can be moved out of state. 30 ten-gallon cans 8 shotgun cans Wash tank stainless steel strainer 2 stainless steel Delaval magnetic pails DAIRY EQUIPMENT Stainless steel bowl for 4-F McCormick-Deering cream Separator Dairy Maid water heater Bender milker washer Herman Christofferson and John Palas CASHIER Dean Ferris, Rep. Farm Loan Sale Service CLERK Citizens State Bank Postville, Iowa ™« M ?k P^ h or 25% down on aU Purchases over $25 00 Balar,™ in 6-8-10-12 or up to 18 months time given with fiance chare? ™ H carrying charge of Vz of 1% per mSnth added to Sur ^rf? SETTLEMENT MUST BE MADE DAY OF SALE VpTopSy can We Do Not Finance Poultry!. be removed until settled for. DISTRICT MANAGER James H Gordon Mineral Point, Wise. F T ^?2 NEER S Pu » A Plus in Your Auction ^ representative and Farm EL .T7 M ^ a ^ d by your local banker or ?f an auctioneer and clerk « „ « mce gives the fanner his choitf insured sale at lower cost Smi K, mana S e d. completely financed, Illinois. See your banker Z ^£ Uyers ! vom Iowa > Southern Wise and anicer or representative about your auction. I FARM LOAN SERVICE, Incorporated 1 see^ty state Bank Building MADISON, WISCONSIN Phone: CHerry 9^ illllllHIIIlilllllllllllllllllllW

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