Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 19, 1945 · Page 7
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BDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19, 1945. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE SEVEN. |r«r the nermld'i Homemakers by Iowa SUte College Home Economists It 's Yours To Keep— CHRISTMAS That's right. Wc said it belonged to you—Christmas. You and millions of children like you. You play a major role In making Christmas "merry." Christmas belongs to children. .To them, it's anticipation, mystery, • Jpve, happy giving, beautiful sights and ljpvftly sounds. It's Christmas. JOSEPH B. STEELE ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ' Office Over Abcrncthy's Store Telephone No. 240 DR. H. D. COLE Dentist Office Over Citizens State Bank Dr. F. W. KIESAU, M.D. JDr. M. F. KIESAU, M. D. Office Over Louis Schutte's Hours—Dally 9 to 13 and 1 to 5 /••Wed. and Sat.—1 to 8:30 p. m. UNDERSTANDING IOWA CHILDREN HOLY NIGHT. Sometimes Santa Claus seems to crowd the religious meaning of Christmas out of children's minds. For this reason some parents do not allow their children to believe in Santa. Neither extreme seems necessary. Your own childhood pleasure in Santa probably did not keep you from learning and loving the story of the Christ Child as well. A little four year old girl has heard great deal about Santa. But .her parents thought she was too young to understand the religious meaning of Christmas. They were surprised when she came home from Sunday School completely entranced with the story of the Christ Child. 'Mother," she sold, "I believe I like the Little Lord Jesus better than Santa." In some families the story of Holy Night is read together on every Christmas Eve. It beautifully read every child catches some of the true significance of Christmas. As the story is repeated year after year, the child understands it better. It finally becomes an important part of his childhood memories of home. To him it represents the devotional side of the holiday while Santa represents the gaiety which children also need. The Christmas story probably should be given in the words of the Bible. No other book tells it so well. However, if parents are looking for Bible stories to read or tell to children they will be interested in the following books. These books arc written in dignified style, and use as much direct quotation from the Bible as possible. They are suitable for reading to children around four to six years of age. The first two are written by Llllie A.-Ferris. One is called "Stories From the Old Testament." The other is "Stories From the New Testament." They are published by Monk-Platt Company and cost $1.25 each. Another great .favorite of children Is called "The Christ Child." This book is based on the Matthew and Luke versions and contains beautiful pictures. Children ask their parents to read this story over and over. This book is published by Doublcday, Doran and Company, of New York. It costs around $2.00. ON ITS BACK (OR TOP.) A pickup driven by Henry Vanzee and an automobile driven by Don Gibau of St. 'Paul, Minn., collided on the highway near Hospcrs. It is not unusual for n car to skid 90 feet, but when it skids that distance on its top, that's news. None of the occupants of the car or pickup were injured. However, it is doubtful if the automobile, following»its antics, can be repaired. HAVE SEED TESTED NOW, * AVOID RUSH AT ISC LAB The farmer who wants to sell seed on his home form is required by the Iowa Seed Law, revised 4 years ago, cither to label each bag or to post a placard at the bin giving information as to the quality of the seed. Information required in the labeling, says Dr. R. H. Porter, head of the Iowa State College seed laboratory, is: Rate of occurrence of secondary noxious weeds; percentage germination, including hard seeds when present, and a guarantee that the seed is free from the seeds of primary noxious weeds. To comply, the farmer must either test the seed himself or submit samples to a laboratory for testing. The Iowa State seed laboratory is equipped this year to render prompt service if samples to be tested are evenly distributed throughout the fall and winter months. That means farmers who want seed tested can cooperate by sending seed samples of clover, timothy and oats as soon as harvest is over. The last legislature authorized a fee of $1 per sample for testing. This represents a little over half of the actual cost, with the balance made up by the college through its regular budget. Iowa has 25 radio broadcasting stations located in 18 different cities. Prices of feeder cattle all fall have been one to two dollars above lost year. Because of wet corn, marketing of fed stuff probably will be heavy during the winter. No, if your hlrdt trt htirlty ' Inhsttd with Itrot roundworm! or | I etui wormi, ihty limply annot Uy thtlr but. Girt thtm lhlt A htlp. Slop tt your Dr. Sthbury dttkr tnd j«fj Dr. Sthbury'i Hock trtttmtntAVI-TON.l] mix It In tht mtth tht momtnt I luipttt Itrot L roundworms or ttttl womti^ ^trt holding bttk tgq production. TO KEEP 'EM PAYING KEEP 'EM LAYING Four-County Hatchery Phone No. 234 Postvllle, Iowa •4 fpr. C. M. Morgan VETERINARIAN Office Opposite Post Office Telephone No. 146-J LOUIS SCHUTTE ILLARD SCHUTTE nil ,.jF»noral Directors and Embalmers mm- KOwt Flowers For All Occasions SBURLING & PALAS fett ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW lice Over Postvllle State Bank j jj S| W. MYERS, M.D. Jffice Over Luhman & Sanders Telephones: lice 188-W Residence 188-X It's a time for both children and adults to share—to share in the mystery, in making the house beautiful, in the giving. It's sharing that brings a glow of inner warmth which is the gift of Christmas. Too 'often, say Iowa State College home economists, it's the adults in the home who have the fun of "doing" while the children watch and wait. And children, you know, are rather poor spectators. Christmas really is 'for the children. And sometimes adults forget thai when they plan the holiday color scheme or decorate the Christmas tree. There's no place left in the commercial Christmas artistry for the small child's crude paper chains or his worn string of popcorn or bruised cranberries. They don't fit in with the adults' fine trimmings. But go back to your childhood days. Don't you remember best the Christmas you had a part in? The specialties you always had a hand in fixing? The custom your family observed together? Modern-day Child. Perhaps the modern-day child is being robbed at Christmas time. Doing things together—that's what the children need. In fact, that's what the entire family needs. It tics the family together—gives emotional warmth and a feeling of "belonging- ness" important in any family. With children and all sharing in the holiday preparation, everyone feels needed and important, resulting in immeasurable joy and happiness. Young parents, too, have a problem. There may be a conflict as to traditions and customs. Which way do they turn—to her parents' home, his or a Christmas of their own? Christmas Day. It can be easily settled where families live close together by going to one grandparents on Christmas eve and the other on Christmas day. But more important than this decision Is a Christmas of their own. Start while children arc toddlers, say child development specialists, to make a special Christmas in your own home. Start your own traditions, your own special shared activities. And start them now so Christmas and home are inseparable in your child's mind. Christmas is special. So keep it that way, 'specially for children. >r. R. F. Schneider VETERINARIAN hone No. 170 Postvllle, Iowa Jay ana Nlfht Calls Answered Ice In The Iris Theatre Building FROZEN FOOD CONTAINERS SHOULD MEET REQUIREMENTS [onona and Postville tendering Service We Pay Up To— $2.50 For Horses and Cows Permit 45 lor Prompt Service Telephone )STVILLE LOOKER SERVICE Telephone No. 288 lonona Farmers Fhonr No. tbl Containers for food to be placed in the home freezer •should meet' these requirements: 1. Protect the food from dehydra tlon, oxidation, loss of flavor and odors, leakage and loss of vitamins. 2. Be moisture-proof, juice-proof, stain-proof. 3. Be easy to fill (and easy to empty.) 4. Have an effective seal that Is easy to manipulate. 5. Permit economical use of locker space.. 6. Be relatively, inexpensive, r Allamakee tendering Works kali 5S5 Postville ALL DEAD ANIMALS . " , LARGE OR SMALL h Pay Cash and Meet ' All Competition IK WILL PAY FOR TUB CALL! Sell vt tl rough a Herald Want Adl Bttbe SIBOL provides »n cuy tt ««• BW.iot iu»ny common Breeding Trouble! that cum llyeitock IOMM. Vtt Beebe SIBOL in ihew fmuncer • SLOW TO COMB IN HBAT. • RETAINED AFTERBIRTH • DISCHARGE PROM, UTERUS • SLOW PIGGING »m( IAMBING Dcebe SIBOL lucrKthtai *ud tonci up uterui. — " Douglass Pharmacy 'i,,. Postvllle, Iowa ^rw Having decided to quit farming and rented my farm, I will sel lat Public Auction on the premises 1 mile west of Frankville, 7 miles north of Castalia, 9 miles east of Ossian, on SATURDAY, DECEMBER 22 Commencing promptly at 10:30 o'clock A. M. 22 Head of Fine Cattle Including 5 Cows, 2 milking and 3 to freshen in February; 2 Springing Heifers; 8 Yearling, coming 2-year-old, Steers and Heifers; 7 Spring Calves. Some are Herefords and some are Holsteins. All are T. B. Tested. 4 Head of Work Horses Smooth Mouth Gelding, wt. 1400 lbs.; Gray Mare, 9 years old, wt. 1400 lbs.; Gray Mare 7 years old, wt. 1600 lbs.; Bay Mare, 6 years old, wt. 1600 lbs. 25 TONS OF MIXED CLOVER AND TIMOTHY HAY IN BARN ABOUT 160 FINE AUSTRA WHITE PULLETS FARM MACHINERY AND EQUIPMENT FARMALL F-20 TRACTOR; Corn Plow; Two-Bottom 14-in. Tractor Plow; Tractor Cultivator, used one season; John Deere Corn Planter, with fertilizer attachment and 120 rods of wire; 10-ft. Grain Drill; Spring Tooth Harrow; 3-Sec. Wooden Drag; 4-Sec. Steel Drag, with folding draw bar, used one season; John Deere 1-Row Corn Plow; Thompson 1-Row Corn Plow; McCormick Disc; 5-Shovel Garden Plow; Deering 8-ft. Grain Binder; John Deere Corn: Binder; John Deere Mower, 3 good sickles; John Deere Side Delivery; McCormick-Deering Hay Loader; Oliver Manure Spreader, on rubber; New Bobsled, Two Steel Wheel Wagons; New Grain Box; Hay Rack; Wood Rack; Corn Shelter; Grindstone; 2 Hog Feeders; 4 Gasoline Barrels; 2 Chicken Fountains; Chicken Feeders; 500-Chick Size Electric Brooder; Brooder House, 10x14, Some Household Goods, and other articles. THE FRANKVILLE WILLING WORKERS WILL SERVE LUNCH AT NOON. T1>RMS—-The usual tale terms apply. If credit is desired see clerk before day of sale. Eaton Waters & Danny Ryan, Auctioneers Citizens State Bank, Clerk

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