Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 13, 1946 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 13, IMS. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE THREE. What Postville Talked About 25 and 50 Years Ago Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items Taken From the Files of the Postville Herald of Thursday, Feb. 17, 1921. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items taken from the files of "The Graphic," published in Postville, Feb. 20, 1890. A. J. Schuler and John Lydon were down in Texas on a land purchasing lour. John C. Schlee has rented the Victor Ruckdaschel farm for the coming year. Mrs. Henry Wilke's brother, George Ziegler, passed away at his home in Luana Wednesday morning. The annual dinner and bazaar of the Lutheran Ladies' Aid will be held at Macnnerchor Hall next Tuesday. Postville people will be glad to learn that the Cass-Parker-Rachford tent theater will again come here for a week starting June 13. The Chicago Lyceum Bureau has entered into a contract with a local group to supply five lecture course numbers here next winter. Cresco basketball teams took two games here Friday night from the Postville high school teams. Our girls lost. 14 to 12, and the boys lost 14 to II. The Ira P. Hinman family, who some time ago sold their residence to A. M. Caiulce, will hold a public sale of their household goods "Saturday and expect to move back to Chicago. Newton Harvey. 54, a rural mail carrier here for the past ten years, passed away Sunday morning following a lingering illness. He is survived by his wife and two daughters. Lucille and Blanche. K. Fordney, who operated the bakery ! here a number of years ago. died at i the old soldiers' home in Marshalltown last Wednesday. And out at Long Beach, Calif., Franc Hedrick who was well known here as a horse trader and breeder, passed away a week ago Sim- day. He was a native of Elgin. John O. Casten, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Casten, and Harriett A. Thoma, [ daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thoma, I were married Tuesday, February 15, the Lutheran parsonage by the Rev E Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd E. Palmer attended the couple. Mr. and Mrs. Casten are now honeymooning in the Twin Cities and upon their return, will make their home in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Meyer have a I third son now, their latest arriving at their home a week ago Friday. And [Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luhman have an Li.L'lit pound son. Lloyd Burns, who was born at Kiesau & Kelleher hospital Monday evening. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ellis, who are visiting here in the Ed Prior home, became the parents of a son, Murray Prior, on Valentine's day. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE The colored barber has left Postville and is now located at Castalia. A. W. Rawlins, our drayman, has sold his team of colts and now drives a team of steady going bays. Allen & Neverman, the Castalia milling firm, are doing a fine business and attract customers from far and near. Mike Sheridan has rented a house in town and will move here soon from his farm. His sister, Mrs. Rose Thule, will keep house for him. About 100 families tendered Mr. and Mrs. John Thoma a, surprise party on Saturday, the occasion being their silver wedding anniversary. Arbe Donaldson will graduate from Valder College in Decorah next week ind will then go to Prosper, Minn., where his parents now live. Ray Schuler will build the new house on the Bert Marston farm to replace the one recently destroyed by lire. The foundation is now being put in. Fritz Bander will soon be back at his old keyboard in the Milwaukee depot here. He has been night operator at North McGregor the past few months, but takes over the day operator's position in Postville. The comic opera, "The Pretty Persian.'' will be presented here February 29 by the Andrews Opera Co., well known here through past successful productions they brought to us. l.oren Bellows has rented the Jennewine cottage on Green street and is now moving in. And Henry Poesch and family have rented the rooms over the Parker Bros, barber shop for living quarters. The "city hotel" is filled with tramps who are quite satisfied at being tenants there during the cold weather and with meals served by the town marshal. We should put them to work at something to earn their keep. The town caucus was held at the hook and ladder house Saturday evening, with W. N. Burdick calling the meeting to order. Charles Skelton was chairman and Bert Tattle was secretary at the caucus which nominated the following ticket: J. B. Hart for mayor; John Waters and Carl Holter for eouncilmen: W. C. McNeil to fill councilman vacancy caused by his own resignation: Wm. Shepherd, recorder; James McEwen, treasurer; Fred Welzel. assessor. W. N. Burdick, John Sanders and Hall Roberts were named as the town committee for the ensuing year. A guest speaker from the University of Dubuque will occupy the pulpit at next Sunday morning's service at ten o'clock. Sunday School a\ 11 o'clock. There will be no Church Night program during February. At the March Church Night the new pastor, Rev. Eldon Scamans, will be given a reception by the congregation and friends of the church. The choir will meet at the home of Miss Merna Aitchison on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The general Ladies' Aid meeting will be held at the church'Frlday, February 15, at 3:00 o'clock In the afternoon. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick It. Ludwlg, Pastor The Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the Assembly Room. 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 9:15 o'clock at the church. The junior choir will rehearse on Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock. Church School service Sunday morn ing at 9:15 o'clock. The Service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject. "The Race Is Not To The Swift." The Luther League will be the guests of the Marion Luther League at Gunder Sunday evening. All young people of the congregation and others interested are invited to participate. The group will leave from the church Sunday evening at 7:00 o'clock. The first annual meeting and banquet of the Lutheran Welfare Society of Decorah will be held Monday evening, February IB. at 6:30 o'clock in the C. K. Preus gymnasium of the Luther College campus. Jay L. Roney, executive secretary of the Lutheran Welfare Society of Minnesota, will be the speaker of the evening. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. Want Want Ad Rates —25 cents per insertion up to 25 words when cash 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—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- state Broker, Postville. Lost—A ladies' ring with blue stone, in *Postvllle. Reward for return to Jeaninc Harris, R. 1, Postville.—15. For Sale—We still have some good comb honey, both dark and light. Will deliver in Postville. L. E. Dresser, R. Postville.—lGp. For Sale—Baled hay. R. 1, Luana. Iowa.—15p. E. T. Mork, i Will pay reward for Herald office.—15p. Wanted—Waitress for full time or week ends. Heidelberg, Luana, la.—lOp. Want to Buy—Used baby carriage In good condition. Call 60-J, Post­ ville.—15p. Wanted—Woman to help a few hours each week with housework. Inquire at this office.—15c. • Lost—Black and white female hound, Reward for return to Lloyd Thornton, R. 2, Postville.—15p. Wanted To Buy—100 bushels of good yellow ear corn. Lawrence E. Dresser, R. 2, Postville.—15tfc. Get your harness repaired and oiled now for spring use. Putnam's Harness Shop, Postville.—12tfc. Wanted—Young lady for permanent position in local store. Leave your name at the Herald office.—13tfc. Wanted—A representative for this territory. Write La Crosse Feed Co. P. O. Box 740. La Crosse, Wis— lOp. Bring your containers for more Permanent Anti-Freeze, at the Texaco Service Station. Rudolph Hartwig—14c For Sale—15 Holstein milch cows most of them are fresh, others will freshen soon. Elmer Zieman, Post ville.—15p. For Sale—Julie and Mary Sanders Welsh ponies. See Lee B. Folsom, R 1, Luana, or phone No. 43-F-162, Post ville.—15p. 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—A seven room house with two lots and garage, in splendid lo cation in Postville. Inquire of this office.—15p. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH. I" rands J. Vallaster, Pastor. THRILLING TIMES. Residents of the Berea Community ( near Fontanelle have devised a new means of having some thrilling times lat beat those of their younger days. wooden platform about 16 feet long lias been covered with galvanized iron and tied Vo a tractor at the end of a 40 feet rope. The tractor would start cross the field, then turn suddenly, giving a whip-cracker effect to the sled. The past few weeks of ice and ^now have provided several good times those interested in trying lo stand on the sled. It has been reported that Biot many were able to stay on until fhe end of each trip. FRUIT TREES NETED GOOD DRAINAGE. AMPLE SPACE 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. For Sale—Choice of one or one and a half lots suitable for building in Postville. See Joe Harnack, Postville, Iowa.—14tfc. Lost—Two bags of wheat middlings n Postville on Tuesday of last week. return to the For Sale—A purebred Duroc Jersey stock hog; cholera immune; price $45. Six miles southeast of Postville. Ernest Faber, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—15p. For Sale —Electric Pig Brooders, $9.95. Farm & Home Supply Company, Postville, Iowa.—15p For Sale—Good, used, short tube, 3- unit Universal Milking Machine. See Lloyd Schroeder, R. 1. Postville.—ldp. Lost—A serviceman lost his Swiss stainless steel wrist watch upon his return home Sunday, between the depot and his home. Reward for return to the Herald Office, Postville.—15p. Notice—Have received my shipment of Funk's "G" Hybrids. Germination 95',r. If you need a few extra bushels, see me today. Your Funk "G" Man, Louis Benjcgerdes, R. 1, Postville.—15c. For Sale—Fully equipped tavern and building in good location. Also 25 farms from $12 to $100 per acre, in Allamakee county. Julius Boeckh, Lansing, Iowa.—15p. Wanted—Cook lo assist in the school hot lunch program until March 15, daily from 8:00 a. m. to one p. m. Apply to Miss Merle Bruene, at the Postville school house.—15tfc. For Sale or Rent—173 acre Gass farm, at the south edge of Postville, Iowa. This place is equipped with good buildings, including a modern dairy barn, 80x46 ft. For particulars see Harry Gass, Adm., Route 1. Postville, Iowa.—15. 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. A Sewing Machine in good condition has more trade-in value for that new post-war model. Be ready when they come. 'Gel your machine cleaned and reconditioned now. J. A. Flynn, Calmar, Iowa. Phone Herald Office in Postville—Phone No. 200. THANK YOU. We wish to thank the Postville Volunteer Fire Department for their very speedy answer to our call for help when fire threatened our home last Wednesday. Their promptness prevented a serious loss to us and we appreciate it very much. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg. THANK YOU. For Sale—Team of sorrel horses with white manes and tails and bald- face; 7 and 8 years old. One John Deere 10-in. hammermill; four 10-gal. cream cans; ten 5-gal. shotgun cans; Dairy Maid electric heater. Herman Kohnke, R. 1, Postville.—14tfc. We wish to thank the Postville Volunteer Fire Department, and all others who assisted, for their promptness in answering our call for help when tire was discovered on the roof of < ur home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. ShcMon Hall and Mrs. Florence Davis. THANK YOU. May 1 take this me; ns of expressing my thanks to friends and relatives for the cards, calls, letters, (lowers and gifts 1 received while a patient in Postville hospital? I appreciated all of them. Mrs. Amelia Heins. m For Whom Are You Working? ' Wanted to Rent or Buy—A small home in Postville. See either Mrs. Addie Jones or Postville State Bank, Postville.—15c. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. Rev. J. B. Haddock. TURN YOUR Used Car Into Cash OR Partial {Payment on a new car while prices are at the peak. FALBS ELGIN or POSTVILLE Success or failure of your orchard depends on the decisions you make before a tree is planted. For Harry Nichols, horticulturist at Iowa State College, points out that orchard success depends upon variety, section of the state, location of the orchard, its distance from existing groves of windbreaks and the distance between trees. Nichols says the most common mis- j take made in home orchards is planting trees too close together. While apples should be planted 35 to 40 feet apart, in many orchards they're as close as 15 feet. Grapes often are planted but four feet apart when they need at least eight feet so the vines will have room to run. The site chosen for the orchard and small fruit planting should be well- drained. Fruits don't thrive on "wet feet." There should be air "drainage" as well as moisture drainage. Pockets where the cold air can settle in with no outlet should be avoided. Trees do best planted on the north side of a grove or windbreak. It's more important to protect them from the southwest winds of summer than the northwest winds of winter. If they're planted north of a grove, space the nearest row of fruit trees at least 80 to 100 feet beyond the grove. On rolling ground, plant on the north or northeast slope rather than the south or southeast. On ground that's too rolling, terrace before planting and set the trees on the terrace. 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—A baby stroller, in good condition. You can phone us through Postville or Castalia. Mrs. Harlan Harnack.—15c. For Sale—Set of heavy duty truck tire chains, for single tires, 6 to 8 inches. See them at Nyberg's store, Postville—14tfc. For Sale—CMC truck with short wheelbase and dual wheels; with or without hog rack. Louis Heins, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—15p. For Sale—250 bales of hay; also good bay farm horse, eight years old, weight about 1600 pounds. Harold Everman, R. 1, Postville—.lGp. JUST RECEIVED A Shipment of BARBED and WOVEN WIRE FENCING j Postville I Lumber Company j H, J. MEYER, Manager Telephone No. 196 Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, February 17, 1946,.is "Soul". The golden text is "The sun shall be no more thy light by day; neither for brightness shall the moon give light unto thee: but the Lord shall be unto thee an everlasting light, and thy God thy glory". (Isa. 60:19) 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: "The Spirit of the Lord God is upon me; because the Lord hath 1 anointed me to preach good tidings unto the meek; h«- hath sent me to bind up the brokenhearted, to proclaim liberty to the captives, and the opening of the prison to them that are bound". (Isa. 61:1) From the Christian Science textbook is the following: "The highest earthly representative of God, speak ing of human ability to reflect divine power, prophetically said to his disciples, speaking not for their day only but for all time: 'Ho that belleveth on me, the works that 1 do shall he do also;' and 'These signs shall follow them that believe'". (p, 52) For Sale—New Hinman Milking Machines; also Kleen-Easy and Fords portable used milkers. Lloyd Schroeder, R. 1. Postville.—16p. For Sale—F-20 tractor on steel; complete with cultivator and power mower. Inquire of Falb Motor and Implement Co., Postville.—15c. Wanted—I buy furs of all kinds. I am paying 10 cents a pound for hides Also want all kinds of junk. J. Silverman, Monona. Iowa.—14p. For Sale—My live-room house. Will give lots in Castalia on which to put it if I get rny price. House can be easily moved. Dell Harvey, Castalia.—15c. MOTORS—I. do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop-, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. I expect my shipment of Funk's "G" Hybrids to be here by February 15. I will have a few extra bushels for sale. See me today. Germination 95%. Leo G. Dreier, R. 2, Ppstville.—15p. Dance WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa Sat, Feb. 16 RAY ALTO and his Cowboy Serenaders A good time for everybody! We eater to wedding and shower dances; also private parties. Call or write EARL WQQD, frop. Fur Sale—167 acres, one mile from Eastman, Wis., on level road. 130 acres farm land; balance blue grass pasture with water. Good buildings; modern eight room house; basement barn 36 by 66; large double steel corn crib with 12-foot driveway; hog house; chicken house; granary; three machine sheds and garage. All buildings in nice shape. This is an estate and must be sold. Farm in good shape, lays well and in swell location. Come and look at this one. Also for sale, 258 acre es tate; 160 acres open land and very little waste land. Basement barn, '50 by 50 feet, with water; silo 12 by 40 with steel roof and shute; large double corn cribs with hog house; 8-room house chicken house; garage; good well large reservoir; lights; school bus serv ice. These are both real good money makers. Have thirty other farms, from 31 acres to 715 acres in sizes. Have for sale also five registered Guernsey bull calves; good ones. You can see the, dams at our farm and the sire can be seen at the L. A. Fox farm near Postville. Buy when young and save money. W. C. Ellis, phono 394-M, Prairie du Chion, Wls.-lfJc. The Grocery man? . . . Sure Light Company? . . . Check Coal Man? . . Check Old General Expense? . . . Check Now how about you? Are you putting a little aside each month, knowing full well that prosperity doesn't last forever and lots of time savings are all that pull a man through. Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Illllll Sewing Machine Repairs I will pick up, repair and deliver your machine. Call No. 200 J. A. FLYNN Good Appearance Is Assured With Our Better Cleaning Service OUR PRICES- CLEANED - PRESSED - DELIVERED Men's Suits 80c Men's Overcoats __$UH) Men's Hats, Felt._-60c Ladies' Dresses 80c (Plain) Ladies' Suits 80c Ladies' Coats 80c • (Plain) Your favorite, most delicate garments are treated with every care. Send your Dry Cleaning this week. Waterloo Laundry Co. M. C. ALSIN, Postville, Iowa Telephone Nu. 5-J

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