Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 2, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVIL1 ^Jgg^ WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 2, CAPITOL NEWS LETTER (Weekly news release of the Iowa Press Association. Material contained herein does not necessarily conform to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) The a»:er. erno hoar So n.'l well fine fceli iir.d l! (Continued from page one) law stated that the business n\au- althoujth appointed by the Rov- r. should ho responsible to the A. me members of the legislature do foel that this law has worked out In some instances, it has worked but in others there has been a r.ft that responsibility is divided authority split. would not be at all surprisini; to some legislative action on this er in IMP. the inmates nt he Iowa Training School | for Boys so that they can have three suits and be able to dress for dinner. At present the boys have the blue- ish-firay uniform which they wear on i Sundays and a work suit which has been patched many times. It is the plan of the new superintendent to provide a work isuit. a i suit lor school and a "Sunday best' uniform. Supt. Fred N. Cooper believes the right kind of clothing will do wonders to help the boys' morale. During the trouble Inst August and September, many boys at the institution were tilted in clothing that was much too big for them or in clothinr; that was badly torn. They wore this clothing all week, changing only on Sundays when they were allowed to wear their uniforms. Superintendent Cooper feels that having the boys dress tor dinner will be another step toward leading a more normal life than they have been able to do in the last few years. REPORT. This is the week that the report of '• The committee to study needs at the mental hospitals is to be ready for j Governor Blue Sen. Herman Knud- ; son. Mason City, chairman, reported ': last week the report would be ready : for the governor before Jan. I. i It will bo a most thorough report. ! one of the most thorough made in this | jield in Iowa for many years. It is ', also the report all legislators are wait- j ing for to determine whether there is ; a need for a special session. j NEED ANT1-IREEZE. \ Do you need any permanent-type. ; anti-free."e? If you do. there's 1.500 gallons of it stored in buildings at the Iowa fairgrounds but it all belongs to tile army and as yet it isn't available to the public. Henry Wichman. secretary of the Iowa surplus commodities board, has ; this to say: j "The way things are going, it will be released about June, when nobody | wants it. The army is not going to use it. and no one else can get it loose." A COLLECTION OF KLOSS FROM THE HUNTING MILL CENTENNIAL GROUP NAMED. | Governor Blue has announced the appointment of a 15-membcr suite cen- | tennial committee which will make ' plans for observing the 100th auniver- j sary of Iowa's birthday next year. This committee was to have been named by Senator B. B. Hicken'.oopcr. ; when he was governor, but because of , the war it was decided not to go ahead with plans lor the centennial at that time. When the war ended, it was decided to formulate plans and they probably will center around the revival of Iowa state fair. . , Named to the committee are Mrs. Robert Pike. Sioux City; Mrs. Myrtle Fellingham. Council Bluffs; Hugo Saggau. Dcnison; Homer Stephens, Clarinda; Mrs. R. R. Roberts. Britt. Lester Milligan. Mason City: Bert Stolpe. Des Moines: John W. Ganaway. Grinnell: Mrs. Mary Rumeston. Albia; William Peterson, Iowa City; Ross Burman, Burlington; Mrs. Celia Gernand. Volga; E. W. Williams. Manchester; Ralph Evans, Davenport; J. N. (Ding, the Cartoonist) Darling, Des Moines. Ex-officio members of the committee include F. E. Sheldon. Mount Ayr; Lloyd G. Cunningham, Cresco; Ethel E. Martin. Iowa City: Ora Williams, Des Moines; Jessie Parker. Des Moines and John Mullen, Fonda. Sheldon and Mullen are members of the losva state fair board while Cunningham is secretary of the board. Ethel E. Martin is superintendent of the state historical society; Williams is state curator and Miss Parker is state superintendent of public instruction. A new kink to pheasant hunting was demonstrated near Rieeville by Art Ncsheim and Walter Hager of Waukon. Art's dog. Duke, gave chase to a pheasant cock, which became so intent on running out of the county that he rammed his head between two cornstalks, where he was hung up until captured alive by the hunters. A pheasant tlew into the sun for a Sheldon nimrod. who closed both eyes, pulled the trigger, and neatly dropped "John Chinaman." As the hunter reached over for the downed bird, n second cock Hushed, offering a beautiful target. Three shots later the bird was (lying unharmed in the direction of Minnesota. Earl Vosseller was absorbed in thoughts of corn moisture content as he rode his mechanical picker down the rows on his farm near Waverly. A pheasant cock. Hushed by the racket, decided Earl's lap was a likely place to hide. The startled farmer was not too surprised to grab the bird by the neck. The Vossellers had pheasant for supper. George Huff of Rockwell City, while crawling on his stomach toward a dock of fat cornfield mallards, w.as dis appointed to see another hunter equally intent on nailing a choice duck. As his rival crawled closer, George got sore and lot go a charge of B. B.'s at his chiseling adversary. The red fox fell dead. Waiter Lang, while duck hunting ; along John's Creek near Remsen, : found a buffalo skull that had washed out of the creek bank. Walter Jensen of Audubon, who owns a dock of 22 lambs, ran over a coyote in his car and collected a ten-dollar bounty. I Harry Gillis of Ames treed a raccoon I near Gilbert that weighed pounds, i Average weight of Iowa's ringtails is j about 20 pounds. ATTENTION, PLEASE. ' As the year draws to a close, we find some of our customers have overlooked settling their accounts with us and will appreciate it if these are settled for before the turn of the year. Wc are glad to extend credit to our customers, but after a reasonable length of time these must be settled for us to continue to serve you.—THE FARMERS STORE. THANK YOU. BETTER CLOTHING. An attempt will be made to get cloth to make more and better clothes for We wish to thank the Postville fire department and the neighbors who responded to the call for help at our place recently. Their promptness prevented serious loss to us. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Plaht. The present egg price outlook seems to warrant rather heavy culling, says Francis Kutish, Iowa State College economist. FROM OUR HOUSE TO YOUR HOUSE.. As we see the cheerful Holiday lights at your door we I'ecall the many pleasant stops we have made at your home and before the year turns we want to wish all of our friends continued joy and happiness now and throughout 1946. NORTH SIDE DAIRY " Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters America and our own community, right here at home, stands at the door of the greatest era of prosperity any of us have ever seen. It is up to us whether or not we want to open that door and let this waiting prosperity walk in. To open the door, 19-16 must be 4 *A Year For Doim?." And we can make it "A Year For Doing" if each of us . . . whether merchant, farmer, laborer or professional man . . . now resolves at the beginning of this new year to devote the same unselfish effort to helping solve the problems of peace as he did to solving the problems of war. A let down now with unjustified strikes, lowering of production on our farms or the lack of interest by business and . professional men can be most disastrous and if prolonged, can change 1946 from a year of new hope to one of bitter discouragement. We who attach our names to this advertisement do so as a means to give public expression to the hope and desire that the people of both our nation and our home community will bend every effort to make 1946 "A YEAR FOR DOING" and all of us thereby derive the happiness and benefits it can bring. A Happy New Year Allamakee Hatchery Earl Abernethy Recreation Braun's Meat Market Brueckner Drug Store Baltz Elite Cook's Shell Service Casten Bros. Oil Company Citizens State Bank J. P. Ellis Earl Abernethy, Clothier Electric Motor Shop Falb Motor Company Farmers Store Groth Produce Company J. L. Gregg Lumber Company Hoth Brothers Hardware Leonard A. Hammel Home Oil Company J. T. Humphrey Hartwig's Service Station Harold's Cash Grocery Hecker Brothers Louis L. Hill L. O. Koevenig Kurdelmeier Service Station Luhman & Sanders C. F. Meier & Company Meier's Grocery Northern Iowa Nursery Olson Implement Company Postville Lumber Company Putnam Harness Shop Postville Feed Mill Postville Locker Service Postville Bakery Earl Peake's Old Style Tavern Postville State Bank Postville Herald Rima Cafe Ruckdaschel Motors R. E. A. Office Schroeder's Grocery Gilbert Schroeder Produce Louis Schutte Boyd Turner, Insurance Thoma Cafe Fred J. Thoma Grocery Glen Tindell A. C. Webster, Insurance

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