Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 20, 1946 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. PAGE THREE. What Postville Talked About 25 and 50 Years Ago Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items taken from the flics of "The Graphic," published in Postville, March 2G, 1896. Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items Taken From the Files of the Postville Herald of Thursday. March 24, 1921_y ' y A 12',i pound daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon Thursday. Luvcr C. Schultz is now counting ecus at the Northern Iowa Produce Company plant. A baby boy arrived in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ziemnn in Grand Meadow township last week. Ed Krueger of Luona, a war veteran <,f overseas service, has rented the w. C. McNeil form for the coming year. John H. Meier, 65, n former businessman of this city, passed away this morning at Postville hospital and the funeral services will be held Sunday. Ervin Dickman is having a large new barn erected on his farm southeast of Postville, his father, Wm. Dickman of Garnavillo assisting him with the work. W. K. Riggs has resigned as post- nastcr at Castalia and sold his drug ttore to Frank Kneeskern. The Riggs family will move to New Brunswick, New Jersey, soon. Paul Spaugy won first place at the pro-district declamatory contest held in Waterloo last Friday and will non­ compete in the district meet to be held iit Iowa Falls this week. It is now against the law in Iowa to toll an automobile without head tail lamps. A new law regulating dimming of headlights was also passed this week by the Iowa legislature. Otto Rasmusen, who is now cashier of the Calmar bank, has been appointed to the farm loan department of a large insurance company in Des Moines and will assume his new duties toon, The remains of Mrs. Dr. Cook arrived here this morning from Dover. N. J., and the funeral will be held this afternoon. The deceased is the former Florence Kluss, daughter of Mrs. John Kluss. Banks of nearby creeks and rivers were lined solidly Sunday with men, women and children who took advantage of the springlike weather to lure the wily finny tribe with juicy angleworms. Some good catches are reported. Postville high school lost its game to McGregor, 13 to 11, in the first round of the northeastern Iowa tournament at Cresco last week. Monona won the cap by defeating McGregor in the final round. Cy Harris was named on the nil-star team. Herbert Gass has just completed a most unique reading lamp, made entirely of German relics picked up on the battlefields of Europe. He has u.^ed a large shell casing, a German helmet, three German bayonets and a number of one-pound shells to construct the novel lamp. Will Perry is now working in George Goetz's lumberyard. John Hcif has sold his 240 acre farm in Grand Meadow township to his three sons for $H,400. Mrs. Jane Dawson, 80, one of the 'early pioneers of this locality, died on Monday. She came here in 1850. John Hecker and Fred Oehring inaugurated the long distance bicycle tours Sunday by pedaling to Calmar and return. Eleven saloonkeepers in Winneshiek county are appearing in court at Decorah this week lor having violated the mulct laws. It would appear a baseball "nine" is soon to be formed by high school boys. A meeting to discuss the proposition has been called for Tuesday. This week's market prices: Hogs $3.25; cattle $1.00 to $3.25; eggs 8 cents; butter 15 cents; potatoes 25 cents; oats 14 cents; barley 20 cents and corn 25 cents. Frank Tidier is extending his field of operations, and this week is up at Ossian to buy several carloads of horses to be shipped to eastern markets. Etta Dresser, a freshman, leads all high school students with a grade of 97. Other grades were Ina Dresser 93; Ruth Douglass 92; Jennie Nicolay 91; Winnefred Beedy 90. William Leui's implement store this week sold 15 buggies and surries to folks who seek more riding comfort Several of the vehicles went to customers as far away as Waukon and Elkader. J. M. Thoma, J. B. Hart, H. H. Lien William Oehring, John Crosby, and Charley Weber are a committee ar ranging for the big Easter dance to be held in Stockman's Hall next Monday night. William Thoma was here from Waukon this week and informed us that he will move his family hero next week. Bill will form a partnership with Geo. Thoma and together they will enter the farm machinery business. W. C. McNeil is circulating a petition which asks the U. S. post office department to transfer the lease of the local post office from the frame store building in which it is now housed to the new brick building W. C. expects to erect to the south of Skelton & Tangeman's store. Clayton county ranks first among Iowa counties in the manufacture of butter with 3,311,315 pounds. Winneshiek is in second place and Dubuque county is third. Allamakee's production was 1,222,415 pounds. Butter is fast making Iowa one of the leading dairy stales in the union. Church COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF FOSTV1IXE Rev. Eldon Scnmans, Pastor. The communicant's class will meet Saturday morning ot ten o'clock. The meeting will be held at the manse. Sunday services are as follows: 10:00—Morning worship. Sermon by the minister. This is the third in our series of Lenten meditations. Theme: The Door to Abundant Living." This is also a dedication service, at which we shall present our pledges for church support for the coming year. 11:00—Sunday School. 6:00—The young people will meet for a potluck supper. We shall then make plans for the coming church year. 8:00—There will be held the installation service for the new minister. Dr. L. W. Hauter of Oelwein will preach the sermon. Rev. G. W. Ukena of West Union will give the charge to the pastor, and Rev. C. H. Willemssen of Lansing will give the charge to the congregation. The congregation of the church is urged to be present at this service. 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. I wish to thank my friends, neighbors and relatives for their cards and calls I received while confined to my home by illness for four weeks. I deeply appreciated these kindnesses. Mrs. Joseph Harnack. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwig, Pastor CAREFUL PLANNING WILL REDUCE HOME HAZARDS Take a tip from the industries and apply it to your own home. Industrialists study safety precautions thoroughly, knowing that as workers become more skilled and familiar with their surroundings, they often take more chances. So it is in the home, home economists believe. Homemak- eis often fail to see danger in their homes because each article in itself ^eerns harmless. According to Josephine Booton, of the Home Management Department at Iowa State College, more people are killed by accidents in the home than anywhere else. Miss Booton believes that many future accidents can be prevented in the careful planning and building or remodeling of homes. Stair rails are a "must" she believes, as are sturdy step-stools for reaching high cupboards and closet shelves and for hanging curtains. Accidents from hot liquids can nearly always be avoided. Handles of pans holding hot food should be turned in so that family members cannot brush against them. And another fire-preventing tip: Keep dust cloths in glass jars so they cannot ignite by spontaneous combustion. Articles dangerous to children musl be kept out of their reach. Ash Wednesday service this evening at 8:00 o'clock. "Christ Speaks from Calvary to the Poor," is the subject of the meditation. The senior choir will rehearse on Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at the church. "Prayer and The Lord's Prayer," is the subject of the lecture by the Pastor Friday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the church. The confirmation class will meet on Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock at the church. 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 Great Either .... Or." Mid-Week Lenten service Wednesday evening, March 27, at 8:00 o'clock "Christ Speaks to the Doubters," is the meditation subject. Preliminary public examination of the junior confirmation class Sunday morning, March 31, and the final public examination of the junior confirmation class Sunday morning, April 7. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH, rrancls 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 Sat urday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. J. B. Haddock, Pastor. For Sale—Early red seed potatoes. Wm. E. Lubbers, R. 1, Postville.—21c. For Sale—A console model 6-tube RCA Victor radio. Call 357-J, Post­ ville.—20c. For Sale—Junior Plymouth kitchen range. Mrs. Wallace Gordon, Post­ ville—20p. For Sale—New Perfection oil stove; in good condition. Phone 357-W, Post­ ville.—20p. For Sale—Five tons of mixed hay; baled or loose. Harva O. Miller, R. 1, Postville.—20p. For Sale—A 500-chick size electric brooder. L. W. Thoma, phone 270, Postville.—20c. For Sale—One 8x8 and one GxlO brooder houses. A. Bertelson, Postville, Iowa.—21p. For Sale—Davenport, in good condition. Call or see Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt, Postville.—20c. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- state Broker, Postville. For Sale—A 4-burner kerosene oil stove and oven. Inquire of Mrs. A. J. Phillips, Postville.—20c. Get your harness repaired and oiled now for spring use. Putnam's Harness Shop, Postville.—12tfc. Wanted — A hired girl for general housework. Inquire of Orville Nueh ring, R. 2, Postville.—20p. Wanted—Married man to work on farm; no milking. Inquire at the Herald office, Postville.—18tfc. I pump and repair cesspools and cisterns, also pump basements. Ray Canoe, Monona. Iowa.—20p. Just Received—A shipment of car batteries at Phillips "6G" station. Lyle Kurdelmeier, Postville.—17c. For Sale—One brood sow; to far- low last days of March. Priced right Vernon Kugel, R. 1, Postville.—20p. Last Call—For potatoes. We still have a few sacks left. Meyer's Four Country Hatchery, Postville.—19tfc. For Sale—70 acres of land without buildings; 50 acres tillable and 20 acres of pasture. Wm. Beisker, R. 2, Post­ ville.—21p. 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—1936 Fordor deluxe V-8 good tires and car is in very good con dition. William Enyart, phone through Postville.—20p. Castalia: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Worship Service at 11:15 a. m. Postville: 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: Worship Service at 10 a. m. Sunday School at 10:45 a. m. Herald Want Ads bring results! TURN IN YOU R CAR FOR CASH OR DEPOSIT ON A NEW Buick, Oldsmobile or Chevrolet Falb Motor Co. Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, March 24, 1946, Is "Matter". The golden text is "My dearly beloved, flee from Idolatry". (I Corinthians 10:14) Selections from the Bible and from Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy c^~tprlse the lesson-sermon. One of the Bible citations reads: "Oh that men would praise the Lord for his goodness, and for his wonderful works to the children of men! He sent his word, and healed them, and delivered them from their destruc- tlonr". (Psalms 107:15,20) Prom the Christian Scicnco textbook is the following: "To ignore God as of little use In sickness Is a mistake. Instead of thrusting Him aside In times of bodily trouble, and waiting for the hour of strength in which to acknowledge Him, we should learn that Ho can do all things for us In sickness as In health", (p. 106) RELIGION STUDY POPULAR. Wanted—To rent a house or apart ment in Postville, for ex-service man and family. Notify Henry J. Paulsen Postville—19tfc. Wanted—Veteran desiring appren ticeship training in bookkeeping and accounting, and as parts manager. Ap ply at this office.—21p. THANK YOU. Advice to the thin: "Don't eat fast." Advice to the fat: "Don't eat, fast." (See what a difference one little comma in copy will make.) Now iind then we wonder why the straight and narrow way wasn't made as attractive as the primrose path. For Sale—New Apex washers, ironers and cleaners, as well as Clarion radios. I still buy and sell used furniture. Ray Samek, Postville.—16. Wanted — Woman to work nights making chick boxes and to tend chicks and incubators. Apply at Meyer's Four- County Hatchery. Postville—19tfc. For Sale—Baled straw; also baled mixed clover and timothy hay at $12 per ton. This hay is in barn near Cler- monl, Ben Hulbert, Wadena, In.—20c. Just Received—A shipment of G. I. seat covers; priced at only $7.95 for a complete set. The Lyle Kurdelmeier Phillips "06" Station, Postville.—20lfc. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.-—fltfe. A record registration of 700 students in the University of Iowa school of religion has been reported by Director M. W. Lampe. The most popular course Is that in "Little-Known Religious Groups," in which enrollment Is 176. Registration in some other courses includes "Life Motives," 97; "Living Religions," 81; and " The Protestant Faith," 61. Symbol on Dime The dime now in use was first minted in 1916. The bundle of sticks is the ancient Roman fasces, rods bound about a protruding ax, which was the symbol of unity and strength, These fasces were borne by lictors before the Roman magistrates to indicate authority. The entwining holly branch, not wheat, on the dime stands for peace. The design is the work ot Alexander Weinman, sculptor. For Sale—Three lots in east Postville; good drainage and no filling needed; sewer and water. Inquire of Delmar Reincke of Fred W. Groth Postville.—20tfc. ACT NOW—To secure the county's most profitable small business. One man can operate. Write F. V. Jamison, 223 E. Douglas Street, Bloomington Illinois.—20c. A Sewing Machine in good condition has more trade-in value for that new post-war model. Be ready when they come. Get your machine cleaned and reconditioned now. J. A. Flynn, Cal mar, Iowa. :i Phone Herald Office, in Postville—Phone No. 200. No. 1 Quality Chicks, $9.75 per 100 and up, Leghorn cockerel chicks, 95c per 100 every Tuesday and Friday. Ettuldorf Chlckerles Ossian, Iowa TAXES ARE NOW DUE Taxes are now due and will become delinquent on April 1st when the penalty attaches. You can. pay your taxes at this bank as we have the tax lists for the following counties: ALLAMAKEE WINNESHIEK CLAYTON FAYETTE We will be pleased to handle your tax payments for you. HI fBOVIOID In THI UaftiMO »C,I.C I'M Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service YOUR FAVORITE Purity Ice Cream is again available in bulk in any amounts desired We are the leading store for— FANCY BOX CANDIES — • — Let us supply your needs for all occasions. THE PALM Telephone No. 246 Postville, Iowa "Serving the Progressive Poultry men That's the new slogan we have adopted and it applies to everything we offer here . . . FARM BRED BABY CHICKS POULTRY FEEDS EQUIPMENT and SUPPLIES We are anxious to have you call so we can put into practice the full meaning of our new trade slogan. Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop. Phone 187 For Your Baby Chick Date Now!

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