Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 30, 1946 · Page 3
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IDNEBDAY, JANUARY 30, 1M6. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE THRKB. 'hat Postville Talked About 25 and 50 Years Ago renty-Five Years Ago. sting Items Taken From the Flics of the Postville Herald of , . Thursday, Feb. 3, 1921. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items taken from the flics of "The Graphic," published in Postville, Feb. 6, 189G. Blc Stockmnn is putting up the an•crop of Ice. ^daughter wns born to Baker R. G. Icr and .wife Friday. ion wns borp to Mr. and Mrs. Wm. at Frankville Tuesday. Dry Lukenbill and Mrs. Rogers ; married at Frankville last week. Holmes, former Hardin boy, is Sew secretory of the Cedar Rapids nber of Commerce. H*hry A. Martins and Frieda Banrs '"•t'et'POstville took out a license to marry 'Ihslfewnrd county last week. , VjfJBqbbic Sebastian has leased the Wm. 'VyntVldochring store building and will •Spelt* a barber shop there March 1. Mrs, A. A. Wcrsinger sold 19 .capons ' "Monday at the local market for which ,....••Vlrttt recclved-50 cents per pound, or for VHugh Shepherd has been appointed •id carry the mails between the post office and the trains— and vice versa— starting Tuesday. The Herald added 78 new subscriber! during January. (In this year of 1M6 We wouldn't be able to get enough extra print paper to do that.—Ed. note,) 'On Wednesday, February 9, Maria Vpelz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Al, toert Voelz, and Edgar Kruegcr, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Kruegcr, will be married at Luana. S ; ,It looks like they mean business up at the Postville Clay Products Co., as C, E. Carpenter, the manager, went to . St Louis, Mo., this week to buy new machinery to be installed here before aprjng. Godfrey Staadt. 64, well known Post Vttle druggist, and for 34 years secretary of the school board, passed away Monday following a long illness. He la survived by his wife and two daugh ten and a son. Our Postville girls defeated the Decorah basketball team in that city Friday night, 11 to 7, but the newly reorganized boys' team lost to the De- cprah team, 11 to 5. Friday Calmar boy* and girls come here for two games. All bids for paving county roads in Allamakee county were rejected because the prices quoted seemed too high,' "Roads in the program are the t • four inlles north of •Postville and a | like* distance northeast out of Waukon toward the county furm. The low bid >vas at the rate of $50,000 per mile. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krumm Thursday morning. Ezra Hughes has opened a new mcut market in" the building to the east of the Commercial Hotel. William Thoma has decided to quit farming, and ho and his family will move from near Waukon to Postville on March 1. Coon" Thoma has gone to Des Moines where he has accepted a position as brakeman on the Great Western railroad. Charley ' Sonnkalb will leave the farm and move to Postville March 1. He has rented 120 acres of his farm to Christ Sander and the remaining 80 acresMo a Mr. Fenske. Wm. Buddenberg has moved onto the E. T. Henderson farm west of town, and Will Meier take his old place on the farm, while Chris will remain in charge of the furniture store In Farmersburg. Miss Ethel McEwen has been chosen president of the class of '99 at Grinnell College, and Calia Hand was named secretary. There are one hundred stu dents in the class. Both young ladies are from Postville. Jim Hanks, our jeweler, was held up by a tramp the other night while homeward bound from his store, but a well-directed uppercut sent the bum sprawling into a snowdrift, and Hanks preceded on his way. Miss Lena Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Miller, was married to Henry Schrader at Luana Tuesday by the Rev. Appel. The bride's home was filled to capacity with friends and relatives from far and near to witness the ceremony. By a vote of 84 to 7, the members of St. Paul's Lutheran church recalled Rev. Neumann as their pastor at the special meeting of the congregation last Sunday. Rev. Neumann, however, informed us Monday that he refuses to accept the call, as the meeting was held contrary to the provisions of the church constitution. When news came here Saturday that the Town of Postville had won the lawsuit instigated at Waukon by Dickson, resulting over the drilling of the town well here, there was great rejoicing. In the evening a banquet was served at the Commercial Hotel, paid for by those attending. The mayor, council members and ex-councilmen were guests of honor. Ed Cornell served a dinner, the likes of which has never before been seen in Postville. Speeches were held praising the mayor and council for their fight in defending the suit, and Harrington's orchestra made merry music throughout the evening, as did also the Yo Tambien orchestra. Want For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- state Broker, Postville. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwlg, Pastor Want Ad Rates— 25 cents per insertion up to 25 words when cash accompanies order. Otherwise the rate 10 cents per line per insertion. An An ingathering of clothing and bedding for Lutheran World Relief is under way. Usable items of clothing and bedding may be left at the church at any time up to and including Sunday, February 3. The senior choir will rehearse on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. The confirmotion 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. German service Sunday morning at 9:30 o'clock. The Service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject, "The One Thing To Do." The annual meeting of the congregation will be held Sunday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the Assembly Room. The usual picnic dinner in the Fellowship Hall will precede the meeting. 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 Women's Missionary Society will meet Thursday afternoon, February 7, in the Assembly Room. Mrs. Louise Meyer is the leader and Mrs. John Palas the hostess. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. Lost—A cushion for a davenport, wine colored, Monday, between the extra charge of 10 cents is also made V erni Engle farm near Postville Junc- where replies are to come to this office. tion and the Harley R ., dlofT farm ncur , ,. , , , Luana. Reward for return to Reuben Wanted-Waitress at good wages. Svend8CIK _, 3c . Heidelberg, Phone 6, Luana, la.—14p. For Sale—Good light blue enamel | Defender) kitchen range. -F-72. For Sale—173 acre Gass farm, at the Telephone soutn cd ^ e of Postville, Iowa. This place is equipped with good buildings, including a modern doiry barn, 80x46 Get your horness repaired and oiled ft. For particulars sec Harry Gass, now for spring use. Putnam's Harness Adm., Route 1, Postville. Iowa.—12p. Shop, Postville.—12tfc. For Sale by Owner—Well improved For Sale—Good baled straw. Inquire so-acre farm, 5 miles west of Waukon, of Ralph Bachtell, R. 1, Postville, and 14 mile oft highway No. 9, on good state amount wanted.—13c. gravel road; Mi mile from school and "T -1 ~, , T~i m 7~ one mile from country store. Eiectri- A used electric flatiron, in , ... „, city and school bus line. Five room house with good basement, hardwood Moors, soft water cistern, and 16x22 For Sale- perfect condition. Louis W. Thoma, Phone 270, Postville.—13p. For Sale—10 tons clover and timothy combination coal and laundry house. hay in bales; $12.00 per ton. Fred Good barn, 30x46, and cement silo. Kuhsc, R. 1, Postville.—13p. Hollow tile hog house and milk house — — —— — • and good well and supply cistern. For Sale-A John Deere manure Corn crib granaryi hcn house| 1Gx40 spreader; in good condition. Keith steel machine shedi ccment , oun . Waters, R. 2, Postville.-13p. dations under all buildings; good roof- position in local store. Leave your name at the Herald office.—I3tfc. For Sale — Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hog; cholera immune and a good individual. Amos Ames, R. 1, Post­ ville.—13p. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Wanted—Single man to work on farm; by the month or by the year. Call or see Otto DeSotel, R. 1. Post­ ville.—13p. A guest speaker from the University of Dubuque will occupy the pulpit at next Sunday morning's, service at ten o'clock. Sunday School at 11 o'clock. There will be no Church Night program during February. At the March Church Night the new pastor, Rev. Eldon Seamans, will be given a reception by the congregation and friends of the church. The choir will meet Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs Alice Miller. For Sale—A new shipment of Permanent Anti-Freeze just received. Ruolph Hartwig's Texaco Station, Post­ ville—13c. Bring in your harness now for oiling and repairing, so it will be ready for spring use. The Tindell Harness Shop.—5tfc. For Sale—A number of high grade springing Guernsey first calf heifers; fairly close up. A. G. Bahr, Waukon, Iowa.—14p. v Where two closets are back to back, ventilation will be Improved by mak- ^ng-an opening both at the bottom and Bt the top of the common partition. 5 Skimmilk with as much as 0.05 per- |Cent„'oJt fat in it Indicates that the ijepara.tor is not working properly. tip WALN UT LAYING HOUSE Ready For Your Flock -jAyHlli sturdy, ventilated, insulated 'flMlaying house is ready right now for t$££djtlivery to your farm. No priority {(Seeded .., No headaches rounding Hip material... A size available for Way farm flock. Two widths, 18 or ||4 feet; lengths, 24 to 180 feet, gjfou can erect this handsome lay. Ifjig house yourself in a couple of ys. Insulated, well lighted, wall•wall working space for you, >ur Walnut Dealer is: MEYER'S four-County Hatchery Telephone 234 WEEKLY PAPERS ARE BEST AS ADVERTISING MEDIUMS ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH, franris J. Vallaster, Pastor. 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 Saturday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. Rev. J. B. Haddock. Advertising in weekly newspapers is more effective than in daily newspapers, according to a readership survey recently reported by the Newspaper Advertising Service, Inc., Chicago. A total of 189 dailies and 883 weeklies in the middle west were surveyed, 39 to 198 respectively in Iowa. The total Iowa circulation tested for weeklies was 415,430 and for dailies 412,436. The survey showed that, given an hour test reading time, 7 VJ minutes per page is spent on the average weekly while only two minutes on the average 30 page daily. Advertising readership was listed at from four to ten per cent in daily papers while weekly publications showed that from 20 to 40 per cent of the reading time was spent on advertising. The weekly paper showed that four people per copy read the paper while only three read each issue of the dailies. Reading value of dailies was only one day while it Avas shown that the weekly paper remained in circulation for seven days. The conclusions drawn from this survey indicate that advertisements in the weeklies secure equal attention at less than one-fourth the cost of a dally newspaper advertisement. Castalia: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Worship Service at 11:15 a. m. Prayer and Bible study every Thurs day 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. FLYING FOX HUNTS. Ed Campbell and Ed Parrlsh of Adel, do their fox-hunting deluxe in a small plane, with Campbell piloting and Parrish operating a shot-gun in the waist-gunner position. They even have a ground crew, consisting of other hunters who station themselves in the fox area and gather up the pelts. 1 Sewing Machine Repairs I will pick up, repair and deliver your machine. Call No. 200 J. A. F LYNN Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, February 3, 1946, is "Lovo" The golden text is "I will feed my flock, and I will cause them to lie down, saith tho Lord God. I will seek that which was lost, and bring again that which was driven away, and will bind up that which was broken, and will strengthen that which was sick" (Ezeklel 34:15,16) 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: "Bless the Lord, O my soul,. and forget not all his benefits: who forgiveth all thlna lilqultiea; who healeth all thy dlseas es; who redeemeth thy lifo from de structlon; who crowneth thee with lovlngklndness and tender mercies" (Psalms 103:2-4; From the Christian Science text book Is the following: "If God heals not tho sick, they are not healed, for no lesser power equals the Infinite All-power; but God, Truth, Life, Love, does heal the sick through the prayer o the righteous, God Is not the author of mortal discords. Therefore we ac< cept tho conclusion that discords have only a fabulous existence, are mortal beliefs which divine Truth and Love destroy" (p. 231) RECORD IOWA BEAVER TRAPPED The largest beover ever recorded in Iowo has been trapped on the Little Sioux River in Woodbury county un> dor a "nuisance" permit issued to Caton. Hank Behrens of Anthon trapped the giant animal, which weighed 87 pounds. Tho weight was verified by Conservotion Officer W. W. Trusell of Sioux City, • The largest benver known to have been taken Iowa prior to the new record weighed 81 pounds and wns trapped in 1938 on the Missouri River near Sioux City. 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. Silverman, Monona, Iowa.— 14p. For Sale—Sellers Kitchen Cabinet; good as new. Martin Nelson, Postville. Honey For Sale—Call Reuben DavioT, Monona. Phone No. 33-3, Monona, Iowa.—lOeow. Found—Someone left a ladies brooch (cluster of grapes) at the Interstate Power Co. office Tuesday. You may get it at the Herald office by paying 25c for thi.". Want Ad.—13c. For Sale—18 young Holstein milch cows; some arc fresh and some to freshen in the spring- The reason for selling—because of moving on n farm slocked with Swiss cattle. Harvey Buddenberg, Luana, Iowa.—13p. Wanted-Young lady for permanent ing ' and . 500 rods of h°R-«S"t fence. Good windbreak on north and west sides. Well painted. Louis A. Etteldorf, R. 5, Waukon, Iowa.—13p. NEW INDUSTRY. Recently the first carload of "pulpwood" was shipped from Farmington. Iowa, to a pulpwood mill in Ohio. Arthur Sccor, fanner, is the moving spirit of the project, which will find a market for Iowa cottonwoods and other Iowa soft wood trees suitable for sale ns pulpwood. The recent developments in all kinds of wood fiber products opens up a good market for Iowa's "soft" trees, he says. SIGNS OF THE TIMES. The Hogan Brothers, automobile dealers at Marengo, needed a mechanic and got one but they had to furnish a house owned by them along with it. Jim Woodward of Pella got the job. He already had one position but was forced to move and could find no other house. Looks like employers may have to go into the housing business. For Sale—Four good milch cows; three Guernseys and one Jersey. Inquire of A. C. Meyer at the hatchery n Postville.—12tfc. For Sale—1937 Chevrolet Master DeLuxe Sedan, with radio and heater; in first class condition. Everet Hughes, R. 2, Postville.—13p. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.—Otfc. GET your sewing machine repaired now. You may leave your names at the Herald office or drop me a card at my store in Calmar, Iowa. J. A. Flvnn.—13tfc. ' Would the party who took my overshoes at Postville hospital January 16 please return them there, as I am in great need of them. Mrs. Lester Harnack, Postville.—13p. 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. Many cattje are but on short feed to use up soft corn. Just having lights in the 'laying house may not be enough, The lights should be the right size and they should have reflectors, TURN YOUR Used Car Into Cash OR Partial Payment on a new car while prices are at the peak. FALBS ELGIN or POSTVILLE ... Is The Word That Describes Our Officers Because they are genuinely interested in you and your success, officers of this Bank strive always to be friendly — and helpful — to customers. They cordially invite you to open and to maintain either a Checking or a Savings Account here—to consult them about any financial problem you may have. It will pay you to make full use of the complete and modern services this Bank provides for you — services that are always friendly. Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service t

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