Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 16, 1946 · Page 3
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DNfcSfeAY, JANUAR* 16, 1M«. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE; IQWA, PAGE THREE. 'hat Postville Talked About 25 and 50 Years Ago Twenty-Five Years Ago. cresting Items Taken From the Kites of the Fostvllle Herald of . Thursday, Jan. 20, 1921. w^'A a modern eorge Lundt has opened ; ot Frankvillc this week, son was born to Mr. and Mrs. ter Dnvis of near Frankvllle on csday of last week, no Luana crenmery directors have cd Ben Frank as buttormakcr for coming year at $210 per month, r. and Mrs. Victor Ruckdaschcl are parents of n daughter born to them Postville hospital Wednesday eve- IB. fiola Ewing and LeRoy Sydell, who married at Iowa City last Thurs- are here on a visit at the J. W. Kfonch home. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items taken from the files of "The Graphic," published in Postville, Jan. 23, 1896. Jr. and Mrs. John H. Krambeer •jiBive purchased part of the William <%$£andt farm near Luana and expect to n-JWjeupy It the coming year. /ilSgiklarvey Cornell was presented with ' .3i|trophy by Harvard University for work in landscape architecture, ac- ? \^6rdlng to word received here. ^.^The Shakespeare Club took the •' profit they made on Inst year's lyceum "Course and purchased n number of liew books for the local library. The Community church services will beheld in the former Methodist church Until further notice. No full-time pastor has been chosen at this writing. The Rev. J. A. Saathoft of Lennox, So. .Dak., next Sunday will be the 'guest speaker and candidate for the . fiicancy existing at the Community J church. '£*J1»e members of St. Paul's Lutheran : jlSJhKregation voted lost Sunday to re- tllrn to nil-German services again, both in the Sunday School and at the wor- .'•hip service. •' "The Postville girls, undefeated previ- busly in two seasons, went down in de*'&at at Luana Friday by a score of 22 •id 17. A return game will be played here later in the season. , 'The Handy & Ainsworth farm (former Hall Roberts farm.) grew nine feet of alfalfa on one Held the past Season. Laid end to end, the three .cuttings measured that much without stretching. •-•'Post township Farm Bureau members will hold their annual meeting hire Saturday to elect officers and dis- •' cuss their 1921 program which may include the formation of a cow testing : association, orchard spraying and sheep trading. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwig, Pastor John Fangmeier has accepted a position as the German clerk in the J. B. Hart furniture store. The Postville Farmers Cooperative Crenmery Company nre having under advisement the purchase of the south side Union creamery. John Crosby offers a 50-lb. sack of sugar for n dollar and a 50-lb. sack of flour at the same figure with each purchase of $10 worth of groceries. According to a telegram received here today from the President of the United States, it appears that J. N. Lelthold will be our next postmaster. At the Postville creamery meeting held Monday the following officers were elected: Jos. Steel, president; Ellison Orr, secretary; John B. Hart, treasurer; Charles Krumm and Evan Swcnson, directors. One of the largest attended weddings ever held here in the Catholic church was that of Katie Horgan and John Murphy which took place Wednesday morning at ten o'clock, with the Rev. Hognn of Monona officiating. W. W. Warner is the new president of the Luana creamery for the coming year; Wm. Kregel is vice president; F. M. Orr is the treasurer; E. Pufahl is secretary and George Daubenberger and Herman Schierholz are the new directors. Our mayor and aldermen arc dver at Waukon this week, having been summoned to appear as witnesses In the case of Dickson vs. the Town of Postville. This is an outgrowth over the matter of settling for the drilling of the town well here last year by Dickson. The high school debating team will have for their topic: Resolved, that city life is preferable to that in the country or in a village. Blanche Riggs Fred Luhman and Jennie Burling will tnke the affirmative side and Grace McMaster, Etta Dresser and Fred Haw kins will uphold the negative side. Emma Nicolay, the new president of the lyceum group at our school, presided at the meeting, and named the following new committees: Music, Mabel Beedy, Pearl Blanchard and Delbert Meier; Resolutions, Marion Martin, Robert Rollinson and Jennie Bellows; Order, Emmett McWilliams, Ada Chase, Vella Starkey, Ruth Douglass, Mabel Hawkins, Charles Harmon and May Owen. The senior choir will rehearse on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. The confirmation class will meet on Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock. The junior choir will rehearse on Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Church-School service Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. The Service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject, "Life's Chance." Luther League devotional Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the Assembly Room. A social and recreational hour will follow the devotional. All young people of the congregation and others Interested are Invited to participate. The Holy Communion will be administered in connection with two services Sunday, January 27: The Service at 10:30 in the morning and the special service at 8:00 o'clock in the evening. The annual meeting of the congregation will be held Sunday, February 3, at 2:00 o'clock in the afternoon In the Assembly Room. The usual picnic dinner in the Fellowship Hall will precede the meeting. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. Want ML 0 & Want Ad Rates—25 cents per insertion up to 25 words when cosh accompanies order. Otherwise the rate is 10 cents per line per insertion. An extra charge of 10 cents is also made where replies are to come to this office. For Sale — Purebred Poland China stock hog. Walter Bugenhngen, R. 1, Postville.—lip. For Sale—Purebred Chester White stock hog; a real good one. Ed McNeil, Postville.—Up. For Sale—40 fall pigs, average weight about 125 lbs. Louis Heins, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—lip. For Sale—A Cory coffee brewer, with two burrters. Brueckner Drug Store, Postville.—10c. For Sale—Hotpoint electric range; in good condition. Mrs. Sydney I. Larson, R. 1, Postville.—Up. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE A guest preacher will occupy the pulpit at the worship service next Sunday morning at ten o'clock. Sunday School at 11 o'clock. The choir will hold their rehearsal in the Mrs. Alice Miller home on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The Ladles' Aid Society will meet Friday afternoon, opening with a one o'clock luncheon. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH. Francis J. Vallasler, Pastor. Quarterly Financial Statement , •' , of the INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT POSTVILLE, IOWA For the Quarter Ending December 31, 1945 ^ GENERAL FUND balance Beginning of Quarter $ 1,530.00 Receipts for Quarter: . f|%Penernl Tax $12,240.20 '''Apportionment 201.00 "Tuition 79.00 "Miscellaneous 112.50 'X', >Z Balance $14,162.70 Regular Salaries for Quarter: * Teachers, Janitor, Etc $11,929.27 iJUkt of Warrants Issued 6,738.78 IN Overdraft $ 4,505.35 Sunday masses at 8:00 and 10.00 a. m. Weekday mass at 7:30 a. m. Catechetical instructions Saturdays at 2 p. m. for children of school age Confessions will be heard every Sat urday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. Rev. J. B. Haddock. The sermon subject at all three churches next Sunday will be, "World Apostasy—Forerunner of the Reign of 'The Beast'". fe! General Fund Disbursements: jfjlCQX & Follctt Co :$ 24.63 ^OMMmUlan Company 32.49 VyW 8 - Lntta & Son 144.07 ^stville Farmers Telephone Jpmpany 94.12 iith Gray 2.90 fifidnrd Duplicating Co 36.32 A. Schultz 56.22 ftville Herald 18.35 erstate Power Co 163.64 |oster Publishing Co 18.78 in Wiley & Sons 20.62 [in &'Company 87.00 irsts Music Shop 143.25 fen & Healy 58.00 Ttzberg Craftsmen 74.40 |ten Oil Company 70.08 Sreau of Educational Research nd Service -78.61 i iplewood Bookbindery 41.34 ucntional Music Bureau 65.35 pt't Foresman & Co ... 124.37 ynes Products Co ' 170.24 Jasourl Kansas Chemical Co. 20.00 gtivity Fund 591.33 gughton Mifflin Co. '., 60.50 Ckley Cnrdy Co 1.20 jW. McCoy 14.00 |dwest Bindery & Suppjy Company 7.25 tin Beck Athletic Goods 49.26 . Ricker 182.52 |reau of Dental Hygiene ,89 iter Luebkn 24,40 |nrles Manja 75.40 R. Nordin 113.37 6th Bros. Hardware 847.87 fwln Glock 60.00 ftlyn & Bacon 05.15 norican Book Company., 27.31 |E. Compton Co. -. 58.78 lamatlsts Play Service 1.54 arm Credit Administration 6.00 bllett Book Company 21.06 [atewoy Paper & Supply Com- tpany 24.55 |lnn & Company 45.72 Roy Gulsvig 10.00 Hawkeye School Supply Company 12.31 Hillyard Company 105.57 Home Oil Company 4.44 Hoth Hay Mower Co 11.68 Interstate Printers and Publishers 6.00 Iowa State Highway Commission 6.52 Luidluw Brothers 27.00 A. C. Webster, Agent 48.89 Chicago, Rock Island &>•• Pacific R. R. Company 161.11 G. A. Brooks 20.98 Louis L. Hill 251.07 Higley Chemical Co 153.22 Klipto Loose Leaf Co 38.84 J. P. Lippencott Co 30.33 McCormick-Mathers Publishing Company 4.99 Marsh Music House 76.74 Morris Snnford Co 16.05 Ed Nelson 15.30 A. J. Nystrom Co 22.60 Pacific Press Publishing Company 7.97 Phillips "66" Service Station ... 47.31 Postville Herald 78.07 Postville Lumber Co 279.11 Pratt Paper Company 57.64 Ruckdaschcl Motors 45.60 Shanks Jewelry & Music Co 01.02 L. W. Singer Co 54.60 South-Western Publishing Co. 35.73 Charles Scribners Sons 1.74 O. G. Waffle Book Company 77.23 Wallace Homestead Co 8.98 August Miller 1.50 Vern Stover 76.54 American Crayon Co 20.80 Miss Merle Bruene 1.50 Caxton Printers, Ltd 12.70 Colorado Tent & Awning Company ..! '. 2.99 Falb Motor Co 3.83 John L. Gregg Lumber Co 12.27 C. M. Hale & Company 19.44 Castalia: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Worship Service at 11:15 a. m. Prayer and Bible study every Thursday evening at the parsonage. Postville: Worship Service at 10 a. m. Sunday School at 11 a. m. Sunday evening service of worship at 7:30 o'clock. Prayer and Bible study on Tuesday evening. Forest Mills: Sunday School at 10:45 a. m. For Sale—22 automatic rifle; telescope 3ight; perfect condition. Ace W. Bush. Postville.—11c. For Sale — Team of gentle work horses and harness. James W. Foran, Postville, Iowa.—lip. For Sale—Purebred Chester White stock hog; an exceptionally good one. Victor Meyer, R. 2, Postville.—12p. For Sate—A quantity of Permanent Anti-Freeze still available at the Hartwig Service Station, Postville.—11c. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- state Broker, Postville. For Sale—A 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractor and 14-Inch tractor plow. Ed McNeil, Postville.—lOp. For Sale—Shoe skates, for either boy or girl; size 10; just like new ones. Phone 192, Postville.—lip. For Sale—Purebred Spotted Poland China stock hogs. Chas. H. Ohloff, R. 1, Castalia, Iowa.—54tfc. For Sale—Purebred Chester White stock hog; a good individual. Elmer Christofferson, R. 2, Postville.—lip, For Sale—Clover and timothy hay in bales. Harold Groth, R. 1, Castalia, phone 34-F-72 through Postville.—lip. For Sale—Aerial for car radio; 72 inches and a good one; with lead-in wire. Paul Gruhn, R. 1, Postville.—lip For Sale—1936 deluxe Plymouth sedan, with good tires, radio and heater. Inquire of John Brueckner at the drug store.—11c. Just received—A shipment of Mur phy's Vig-O-Ray concentrates for poultry. See Lorence Reinhardt, Post ville.—lltfc. Bring in your harness now for oil ing and repairing, so it will be ready for spring use. The Tindell Harness Shop.—5tfc. For Sale—Some dry oak pole wood large size circulating coal heater; suit able for heating three or four rooms. Hollis Enyart, R. 1, Postville.—lip. For Sale—Two purebred Chester White stock hogs and two Brown Swiss heifer calves weighing about 300 lbs each. William and Donald Kugel, R. 1 Luana, Iowa.—Hp. Wanted—Hides and furs of all kinds, I am paying 10 cents a pound for hides and highest market prices for furs. Also want all kinds of junk. J. Silver man, Monona, Iowa.—14p. Exchanged—Someone got my overcoat by mistake at the shower dance in Memorial Hall last Wednesday eve ning and left his own. Please contact me for exchange. Sidney Livingood R. 2, Postville.—lip. 9.00 2.25 4.02 5.47 4.21 19.15 Merlin M. Hanson Health Service Store Hamilton Publishing Co Iowa Pupils Reading Service... Iowa State College Kansas City Sporting Goods Company Postville City Water Works 207.11 Postville Farmers Cooperative Spciety 290.29 Rand McNally Co v 24.06 Rox-O-Graph Company 4.00 F. C. Ruckdaschel 182.94 Schmldtman Company 35,69 Wuukon Public Schools 180.00 Herman Geick 2.70 Salaries paid teachers, janitors, Etc 11,929.27 I, Keith Gray. Secretary of the above named 'School District, do hereby certify that this report Is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the Quarter ending December 31, 1945, KEITH GRAY, ' Secretary. Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, January 20, 1946, is "Life". The golden text is "He that soweth to his flesh shall of the flesh reap corruption; but he that soweth to the Spirit shall of the Spirit reap life everlasting". (Galatians 6:8) Selections from the Bible and from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy comprise the lesson-sermon. One of the Bible citations reads: "My son, forget not my law; but let thine heart keep my commandments: For length of days, and long- life, and peace, shall they add to thee. Trust In the Lord with all thine heart; and lean not unto thine own understanding. In all thy ways acknowledge him, and he shall direct thy paths". (Prov. 3:1,2,5,6) From the Christian Science, textbook is the following 1 : "Be watchful, sober, and vigilant. The way Is straight and narrow, which leads to the understanding that God Is the only Life. It is a warfare with the flesh, In which we must conquer sin, sickness, and death, either here or hereafter,—certainly before we can reach tho goal of Spirit, or life in God", (p. 324) For Sale—Purebred Milking Shorthorn bulls, up to 15 months old; reds and roans; choice individuals and popular breeding. All from record of merit dams. Maplewood Farm, E. W & K. M. Green, Castalia, Iowa.—lip Lost—Eye glasses in tan case in business section of Postville. Reward for return to Mrs. Cathryn Keeslar, Postville.—11c. REPORT ON NOVEMBER IOWA BUSINESS GAINS Iowu business in November showed good gains over the marks of November, 1944, and smaller increases over October, 1945, despite losses in industrial payrolls nnd employment, the University of Iowa bureau of business research reports. Gains fn comparison with November, 1944, included building permits, 220'.;; department store sales, 13; bank debits, 12; life insurance sales, 14; railroad cnrloadings, 10; retail sales in unit stores, 17; and farm products' prices, 7. Iowa employment and payrolls were still declining, the former 0% and the latter 7% as compared with November, 1944. Manufacturing in the nation has checked its downswing and turned upward nnd if this improvement continues, it should soon be reflected in Iowa. Found—Fox hound; black, white and brown. Owner may have same by identifying dog. Henry Schultfc, Jr., Castalia, Iowa.—lip. For Sale—Purebred Poland China stock hog. William Enyart, on Frank­ vllle road, a mile north of the river, north of Postville.—lip. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. For Sale—McCormick-Deering horse- drawn rubber tired manure, spreader; bobsled; wood rack type wagon box; small oil burning heater; oil burning tank heater. Gordon Lawson, R. 1, Castalia, Iowa.—lip. For Sale—173 acre Gass farm, at the south edge of Postville, Iowa. This place is equipped with good buildings, including a modern dairy barn, 86x46 ft. For particulars see Harry Gass, Adm., Route 1, Postville, Iowa.—12p. THANK YOU. We wish to thank .the Postville Volunteer Fire Department, the neighbors and friends for their response to our call for help to the fire at our house New Years day. Your help was greatly appreciated. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bigler and Mrs. Henry Bigier. 11,274 IN IOWA 'S COLLEGE. Fall enrollment in 15 Iowa higher educational institutions totalled 11,274 full-time students, as compared with a 1938 pre-war total of 15,190. University of Iowa had 4,628 full-time students, with the total of all resident students reaching 6,107. This was reported by President Raymond Walters of the University of Cincinnati. For Sale—A pair of brown suede pumps, size 8'.4 triple A; a pair of brown alligator leather pumps, size 9 triple A; a pair of low-heeled black oxfords, size 9; all good quality and all ladies footwear. Call 192, Postville, Iowa.—11c. Just Received—A shipment of U. S. Army reclaimed goods, including 4- buckle overshoes, in all sizes; field jackets, both lined and unlined; trousers; rain coats; leather gloves: all at bargain prices. See Ray Samek, at his store in Postville.—lltfc. Farmers should be ready with their rotenone when cattle grubs start cutting holes in the hides of their stock. Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat* Jan. 19 DEL BROWN ORCHESTRA A good time for everybody! We cater to wedding and shower dances; also private parties. Call or write EARL WOOD, Prop. For Sale by Owner—Well improved 50-acre farm, 5 miles west of Waukon V4 mile oil highway No. 9, on good gravel road; '.4 mile from school and one mile from country store. Electricity and school bus line. Five room house with good basement, hardwood floors, soft water cistern, and 16x22 combination coal and laundry house. Good barn, 30x46, and cement silo. Hollow tile hog house and milk house and good well and supply cistern. Corn crib, granary, hen house, 16x40 steel machine shed, cement foundations under all buildings; good roofing, and 500 rods of hog-tight fence. Good windbreak on north and west sides. Well painted. Louis A. Etteldorf, R. 5, Waukon, Iowa.—13p. COLLEGE STUDENTS WILL RECORD RELIGIOUS MUSIC Croatian songs nnd Jewish hymns soon will be recorded for the University, of Iowa's collection in the school of religion. Dr. Marcus Bach and Prof. Addison Alspach will make the Croatian recordings in Rathbun, while singers of the Zion Synagogue in Sioux City will cooperate in the Jewish project. The original of the records will be filed with the Library of Congress, repository of other records In the project. More than 20 religious groups have contributed In the past two years. Our government Is at the crossroads. One road lends to an economic system based on free enterprise, a minimum of government regulation and Individual self-reliance. The other leads to a soeitfl and economic system under which the people would depend more and more on government for jobs; pensions, medical care, insurance, high wages and the regulation of ull business. WALN UT CONVERTIBLE STOCK SHED • Yours Is Ready NOW Here's a real convertible farm utility building ready for delivery to your site now. If you need a stock shed, hay or grain storage building, or machine shed, this 22x24 ft. (or longer) pro-fabricated shed will fill the bill. Precision-cut sections are easy to erect; Extra heavy construction with special trusses every 12 feet. Sec your Walnut Dealer now. MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone 234 Mr. Tractor Owner From all indications new farm tractors as Well as other new farm machines are going- to be very scarce for some time yet, also some vital machine parts are coming in very slowly. This means that it would be a good thing to check over your machinery and have it put in first class shape for next season's use. Your used tractor can be put in good mechanical repair in our shop where we use the genuine "IHC" repair parts. We also have installed several new items of modern shop equipment which will give you added assurance of a satisfactory overhaul job. . We also have a competent magneto repair man. ' We &ave all the necessary parts to put any style of magneto in shape that is used on International tractors. All our work and parts will be guaranteed to give you the service you have the right to expect. FALB Motor & Implement Co. Your McCormick-Deering Dealer Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa

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