Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 11, 1961 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 11, 1961
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A POSTViLLE (iowa) HERALD Wednesday, January 11, 1961 Remember re/?-- ? Whi TWENTY-FIVE YEARS AGO Interesting Items From the Files of the Postville Heraia of January 16, 1936 j very obliging and efficient assist- I ants in the Citizens State Bank in j this city, resigned her position at the close of business in that institution on Tuesday afternoon, and that evening left for new home in Decorah. where she will take up i that ancient and honorable occupa- j lion of housekeeping. FIFTY YEARS AGO School News- On Wednesday of this week Postville's two attorneys. W. H. Burling and Arthur J. Falas. got their heads together and decided that in union there might be strength, and as a result they formed a legal co­ partnership, which will operate under the firm name of Burling & Pal as. Postville is to have a new veterinarian on and after February 1. when Dr. H. B. Thomson comes here with his family to occupy the B. F. Schroeder estate home in Postville which he has leased. The Thomson family is composed of Dr. and Mrs. Thomson, two sons and a daughter. The stockholders of the Posrville Farmers Telephone Co. held their annual meeting at Turner Hall Monday afternoon and re-elected sB former officers as follows: President, Earl Miller: vice president, H. N. Turner: secretary, Arthur Behrens, treasurer. M. B. Casten. Amo Schutte returned last Thursday night from Detroit, Michigan, where he had been to attend a school of instruction for Norge refrigerator salesmen as hosts of the •company. He reports a fine out- mg and the gleaning cf much useful knowledge concerning this wonderful refrigerator, which he says will be greatly improved for the coming year. The Postville elevator has already cleaned ever 75.000 bushels of barley mostly from western Iowa, which they mixed with native barley and shipped or. to the Chicago ana Milwaukee market-. This big seed house •will be busy night and day a good share of the time from now o- until after the spring seeding rush- Mrs. Wilson Lanse -nee Bessie Brooks'' who for the r>asi five and a half years has been or.e of the Interesting Items From the File* of "The Volksblatt" Published In January 20, 1911 PIPER BROS. Artificial Breeding Service FROZEN SEMEN Your Choice of 27 Proven and Classified Sires Daily TOPS IN SERVICE PHONE S6 4-3112 Postville ALAN BEHNKEN Technician tfc. The William Block family will move to Guttenberg next Monday, j Frank Rounds has purchased the iC. F. Meier home in east Postville ; for S950. F. Klinkenberg of Postville has purchased a home in Luana and will move there in the spring. C. F. Meier celebrated his 35th birthday anniversary Tuesday with family and friends as his guests. The Cozy Club observed its first anniversary at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gregg last Thursday. During the eight years that J. M. Harris has been engaged in the undertaking business here, he has conducted 377 funerals. Charles Kohrs, who recently sold his farm to his son, has purchased the F. W. Roberts home near the Abernethy place for $1,000. Olive Orr is unable to attend to her duties at the local school because of innpgs and Mrs. Fred Welzel is substituting for her. Dietrich Reinhardt, aged 90 years, passed away in Canistota, South Dakota last Thursday and the funeral services were held here last Sunday at St Paul's church. Harvey Douglass and Guy P. Gregg left Sunday on a vacation trip to Cuba. They went from here to New York by rail and from there will take a boat for the isle of palm trees and sunshine. The Luana Telephone Co. held 1 it? annual meeting Saturday and elected the following new officers: George Lindroth, president: August Doerring, vice president. Directors elected were H. Moon and W. Brandtmann. The company will make a $7.00 assessment this year. District Deputy Grand Master Calvin S. Stilweli of Waukon. and has assistant Ed McClintock of Rossville were here last Friday evening to install the following ,new officers in the Oddfellows j lodge: George S. Turtle, Noble I Grand: J. W. Campbell. Vice Grand: ! Ira G. Riley, Secretary: George ;W. Fay, Treasurer: F. W. Eaton. >R. S. N. G.: George J. Schroeder. •L. S. N. G.; A. J. Philliys. Warden: ;John Palas, Conductor: F. E. Boll- iman. Chaplain: A. R. Campbell. ; R. S. S.: E. R. Smith, L. S. S.: W. C. I Dresser. Inside Guardian; A. S. I Burdick. Outside Guardian. Mr. \McClintock also was here to create . interest in the big Oddfellows pic- ; nic to be held at Forest Mills in June. (Continued from Page Three) settlers, and the United States getting acquainted with Japan. In arithmetic we are working with the square root of numbers. We finished a chapter in science about the earth's surface, what the earths surface is made of, how the earth's surface is worn away, how it is built up. and how we can preserve the soil. In English we are studying manners. Nancy Livingood. reporter. New Books. Twenty-six books were added to the library of the Postville junior- senior high school during Christ mas vacation. Titles added include the following: Feasts and Frolics; 101 Best Magic Tricks: Tropical Fish as a Hobby: Crash Club; Candy Stripes: Secret of the Sumurai Sword; Star Spangled Banner; Howard Pyle's Book of Pirates; Ghosts and Goblins: Fun With Fabrics: Fables of India; Here's Your Hobby; The First Woman Doctor; Barque of the Brothers: The Yellow Hat; Patch, Tomb of the Mayan King; Prisoners of Hannibal: Golden Hawks of Genghis Choice; Last Voyage; Mary Jane; Twelve Days Till Trenton; 1961 Information Please Almanac. These books will be paid for from part of the profits from the school magazine sales last fall. WHOOPING COUGH CAN BE DEADLY HIGH TEST AGRICULTURAL LIME ROCK FOR CONCRETE CHIP AND CRUSHED ROCK AVAILABLE NOW CHECK OUR PRICES—the most reasonable in the Posrville Vicinity. Leave Orders With .... FRANK TEHEL, Postville Or Call Your Orders To ... . Dial 56 8-3515, 56 8-3532, 56 8-2456 Or Stop at the Quarry on Highway 51 R. J. Cooney Construction Co. WAUKON, IOWA End your heating worries forever "Worry Free" Heating Plan Every infant should be protected against whooping cough. This disease begins simply as a little cough and runny nose, but it's deadly, especially among children under two years old. If your child has not been immunized against whoopirig cough, see that he's protected immediately, advises the Iowa State Department of Health. The disease is highly contagious during the week or ten days of coughing before the "whoop" becomes noticeable. All too frequently unprotected playmates catch the infection before a sick child is separated from them. During the third and fourth weeks of the disease, .massive amounts of mucus are discharged from the patient's throat and bronchial passages. As the mucus accumulates, the patient coughs violently to clear his air ways. The coughs may come so close together that the patiem can't inhale for several moments. When he does draw a breath, he is likely to suck in air with the high-pitched "whoop" that gives the disease its name. Some of the side effects of whooping cough can be as serious as the disease itself. Each whooping cough patient must be watched to see that he doesn't choke on the mucus. Another danger is that the violent coughing may cause brain damage or hearing loss. Your physician can prescribe treatment to lessen the dangers. I But protection from the disease is better than treatment. Immunization is easy, safe and effective An immunization program for your child should begin before he's two months old. By following the recommended schedule of shots and booster shots, he will be protected against whooping cough and other dangerous communicable diseases. See your physician for this import ant protection. INJURED Dick Hogan of Marengo severed a tendon in his right arm recently when he ran it through a window pane in a door at the school. He had 15 stitches on the arm plus those required to repair the tendon. His arm is in a cast and it will take about seven weeks to heal. EASY BUDGET PLAN toy c*n spread your payments evenly over period up to 10 month*. Avoids usual heavy oil expense at Christmas. AUTOMATIC DELIVERY of fine DX he»!infl oil when you need H (or you an ull in, if you prefer). NO CARRYING CHARGE ... NO INTEREST "PREFERRED" SERVICE «t all timet »«th your membenhip card. PRE-ADDRESSED ENVELOPES furnished free for mailing your pay- COSTS NOTHING EXTRA Now it's easier thon ever to get clean, finest quality heating oil for top-dollar, top-BTU value. Join the time-saving, trouble-saving "Worry free" Plan. Call us today. HOME OIL COMPANY PHONE 4-3724 POSTVILLE, IOWA White Wish! SERViSQFT WATER ServHoft water surges into the fabric pores . . whisks out soap and eVt instantly. Clothes lost longer... look so much cleaner, fresher. S*e vt about convenient, dependable Servbofl water. GET ALL THE DETAILS • . . PHONE TODAY SERViSOFT Box 434 Phone 86 4-7452 Posrville • WI SOFTEN THI Witts FOii TOU PROGRESS The new year can be another important milestone in America's sustained forward march toward new horizons of knowledge, new achievements in scienct and industry . . . new strength to preserve its precious freedoms . . . new power to further the cause of lasting peace with justice for all. Every American family will participate in this purposeful progress ... to it contributing its highest skills of mind and hand, from it deriving the opportunity to produce more, earn more, have more, enjoy more . ., the opportunity to attain and accomplish to the full measure of its ability, industry and enterprise. Every) American family can look to the new year with con­ fidence that it will prove a most rewarding one in terms of solid achievement, satisfying self-fulfiilmeni] and accelerated progress toward the goals which it has set for itself. Go Forward With Postville - The Community Of Opportunity Auto Dealers and Repair Falb Motor Company Frese Garage Postville Auto Sales Banks Citizens State Bank Postville State Bank Blacksmith Ellis Blacksmith Bowling Lanes Hi-Way Lanes Dairies Martins Dairy Waters Dairy Drug Store Groff Drug Egg Buyers Postville Egg Co. Electric Motor Repair Electric Motor Shop Feed and Seed Postville Feed Mill Furniture Store Louis Schutte and Sons Grocery Stores The Fanners Store Harold's Cash Market Postville Meat Market Schroeder's Grocery Stumme Grocery Hatchery Overland Hatchery Hotel Commercial Hotel Hardware, Plumbing, Heating Coast To Coast Stores Koevenig's Stores Meyer Plumbing • Heating Nyberg's Store Western Auto Store implement Dealers Postville Implement Insurance Turner Insurance Jewelers Marvin Suckow, Jeweler Livestock Buyer Koth and Co. Locker Plant Postville Locker Lumber Yards John L. Gregg & Son Postville Lumber Co. Meat Packing Plants Hygrade Food Products Corp. Men's Wearing Apparel Anderson's Clothing Newspaper Postville Herald Nursery Northern Iowa Nursery Photographs Lutz Studio Real Estate C. F. Lammert, Broker Willman Real Estate Ready-To-Wear Kramer's The Dereen Shop Restaurants Rima Oafe Thoma Coffee Mill V & J Koffee Shop Service Stations Casten Oil Company Cook's Shell Service Hal-twig's Service Station Home Oil Company Schrader "66" Service Shoe Stores Schutta's Shoe Store Tindell Shoe Store Utilities R. E. A.

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