Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 8, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTV1LLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 8, 1N(), 1 Remember When--? Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items Taken From the Files of the Postvllle Herald of Thursday. May 12. A 10-pound baby girl was born to Mr. nnd Mrs. Bernard Waters Wednesday morning at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Rounds. Dr. O. A. Kinsel and Lee Burdick have installed a wireless telegraph station at the former's office, and have thus been enabled to pick up quite a few messages. Church iMcztf ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwig, 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 churcfi. The junior choir will rehearse Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the church. Church School service on Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. The festival of the Christian Home 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.) Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hill. Mr. and ' will be observed in connection with Mrs. E. E. Brenner. Mr. and Mrs. {the service Sunday morning at 10:30 Arbe Behrens and Dr. and Mrs. R. F. o'clock. "As The Twig Is" Bent." is Topliff nil toed to Crcsoo Sunday to spend the day. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Davis. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kluss. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoth. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Gregg and Mrs. William Weihe and daughter. Hattie, attended the district Oddfellows and Rebekahs convention in Waverly last week. In honor of Mother's day. the fourth grade pupils and their teacher. Miss Saundry. gave a party for their mothers at the schoolhouse Friday afternoon. The program was as follows: "Mother Machree." by Victrola: reading. "Household Fairy." Elizabeth Valliant: paper. "Theodore Roosevelt." Joseph Steele: paper. "John Burroughs." Richard Schultz: paper. "Warren G. Harding." Marie Everman; reading. "My Best Girl." LaVerne Kluss. Postville. the town known the world over as the greatest circus town on earth, by reason of its having "busted" the seating capacity of the great Ringling Brothers circus, and having given them the biggest afternoon's receipts in that famous show's history, is to become the winter home of the Resina- Ashard shows, u fifteen-car carnival company which is to exhibit here for one week. June 6 to 11. under the auspices of the Arthur F. Brandt Post of the American Legion. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items taken from the files of "The Graphic." published In Thursday. May 14. 1896. the subject of the sermon. The Brotherhood and the Sisterhood will meet Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock in the assembly room. The topic for the evening will be "The Kind of a Home I Want." COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor. Wednesday evening 7:30—The choir will meet at the church for rehearsal. Please not the change in date. Saturday. May 11—There is to be a Young People's rally at the University of Dubuque. Sunday. May 12—10:00 a. m.. Our morning worship service will be in keeping with Mother's Day. There will be special music by the choir. The minister will preach. The sermon theme is. "A Portrait of Motherhood." We cordially invited you to worship with us, making this a day of family- worship in our sanctuary. 11:00 a. m„ Sunday School, Mr. Robert Burling, superintendent. 7:30 p. m.. High school baccalaureate in this church. The music for this service will be furnished by the high school chorus. Rev. Seamans will preach the sermon. The theme of the baccalaureate address will be: "The Spiritual Aspects of a Liberal Education." Less than a month remains before the June 3 primary rolls around yet there is no evidence yet of any real interest in the campaign. Already some of the better prophets have gone out on a limb and predicted the Republican primary'—which is the primary with the contests—will not attract over 180.000 votes and might not get much over 170.000. A total of 175,116 votes were cast in a three-cornered race for governor at the Republican primary two years ago. stand If they want to see the show. Secretary Lloyd Cunningham reported recently that the free passes had gotten out of hand and many people who were not entitled to them were making use of them. On the other hand, many people who were entitled to them were not getting them, so It was decided to do away with all free tickets. This is following a precedent that has been established in other states. » v' I' CHANCE FOR STEP UP. There is a chance that more votes will be attracted as the month of May wears on. Both Gov. Robert D. Blue and his opponent. Georgedmsted. are warming up to their campaigning now and while nothing like the good old red hot campaigns is in the offing, their many appearances will do something to stir up more interest before the month ends. Still in the imponderable stage is the size of the returned veteran vote that will turn out June 3. In registration cities not,many veterans are registered except those who lived in those cities before going to war. However, it is impossible to tell how many veterans will turn out to vote in smaller communities where registration is not required. My Iowa Stale ColleRc Garden Specialist. May is the time to start planting the iv.'irm-loving vegetables. In de- cidiug when to plant, use common sense. If it should turn cold and wet, wait until the soil becomes warm before planting. Beans and corn are the main vegetables for first plant| inns the first half of May. The tomato 'is the main crop planted in late May. NO CHANGES. They're talking in the capitnl about the fact that Frank Moorhcad, Dcmo- ratic publicity chief, once lived in Governor Blue's home town of Eagle Grove nnd nlso bought his auto insurance from Olmsted's company but j he remains a Democrat .... and that Ward Barnes heard Frank Miles, the ! experience in growing peanuts in their Democratic candidate speak at Eagle ' gardens during the war. The plant is Grove recently but Ward's still a Re- , warm-loving and best adapted to publican .... and that Iowa Re- I sandy soils. Better stands of seedlings publican Chairman Willis York made are usually had if the seeds are plant- atrip to the deep south recently where ; ed without shells. Don't shell them Democrats, but: until jus! before planting. Treat the i seed with a good disinfectant dust such Arasan. Spergon or two percent nnd Many gardeners have had their first fashion. For those who must have squash In the smaller size gardens, use the bush rather than the vine type Stakes should be secured soon and be ready to give garden plant, SUp . port. H tomato plants arc set out about May 15, the slakes should be ready to Pl<» cc bv tne Pl'"ita at the same time. If tomatoes are staked they can bo ns close as two feet opart. there are nothing but came back a firm Republican. | Ceresan to increase the stands I yields. CAMPAIGN LITERATURE. Campaign literature is now making its appearance throughout the state in j m space , he an attempt to arouse the voters to the ; ^ dlic , jvc kimis of vegetables fact that a campaign is on , ' len _ 0nc js „ kcly to Governor Blue .s still following his, (imcs . w ,„„„. established color scheme which, of ,. ., _.. ,„,„,, UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. J. B. Haddock, Pastor. Georae Lull has a patch of potatoes budded for bloom, the finest and earliest growth we have seen this season. T. D. White and Charles Krumm saved the honor of the democratic party of Post township by going to the county convention in Waukon. Mayor Hart sent two gentlemen to Waukon yesterday to pound rock for j 30 days. They were boarding at the Postville House and tried to get away without paying their board bill. Screen doors on the Graphic office will keep the wandering flies from taking swimming lessons in our ink barrel or getting stuck on the sweet contents of the sour paste pot during the coming dog days. We try to be humane:Henry Schuette. accompanied by three of his men, left here Monday morning in a prairie schooner for Grundy Center, where they will erect a set of farm buildings for William Weber, who resided in this vicinity a few years ago. Carl Weber and Pearl Royer were united in marriage by the Rev. Shore- field of the Congregational church in Prairie du Chien, Wis., last Thursday. The bride is the daughter of John Royer and the bridegroom is the congenial clerk at Carl Holter's store. A meeting of citizens was held at the Hook and Ladder room last Saturday evening to appoint officers and committees for the observance of Memorial Day. The following appointments were made: Prof. T. V. Hunt, president of the day; Ellison Orr, marshal; the Rev. H. S. Bargelt, chaplain; William Shroyer, George Redhead, W. I. Chase and John Pixler, committee of arrangements; Bert Tuttle, John Sanders and E. H. Prior, program committee; Dr. F. J. Becker and Ed Waters, finance committee; W. C. McNeil and F. W. Roberts, speakers committee; John Waters, Mrs. A. E. Cornell and A. L. Meier, music committee; A. R. Prescott, Alice Kerr, Maggie Mitchell and H. E. Roberts, flowers and decorations committee. Castalia: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Worship service at 11:15 a. rr Postville: Preaching service at 10:00 a.m. Sunday School at 11 a. m. Sunday evening service at 8:00 p. m. Prayer and Bible study meeting Tuesday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Forest Mills: Sunday School at 9:00 a. m. BARNES FINDS STENO. It's a little old now but it's still a good story. It seems that Ward Barnes, campaign manager for Governor Blue, needed another stenographer at campaign headquarters but could find none. So the problem was on his mind when he attended a church sen-ice in his home town of Eagle Grove one weekend. While there he learned that the woman across the aisle was living in Des Moines while her husband attended Drake University and that she was a stenographer and not working. She got the job. course, is Blue. Olmsted has adopted blue too. but with two other colors- red and white—which may be to emphasize his service in the recent war. WANT PSYCHIATRIST. The state board of control wants a state psychiatrist and has found a 73-year-old psychiatrist who will take the job on a G-months basis for $3,000. g The board has asked the interim 1 committee for the funds with which g to employ a psychiatrist and hopes to g have the answer soon. = This is one of the recommendations s which was made by many people over j s the state after the trouble at the Iowa g Training School for Boys at Eldora g last August. 1 It was also recommended by Gover- § nor Blue. The board was somewhat de- g layed in making the request for funds g until it was determined whether it f§ could legally hire a state psychiatrist J j beans from the pole type as the bush type. Kentucky Wonder and other pole varieties may be planted along a fence upon which they can climb. Or they may be planted in the garden if seven or 8-foot poles are set in tepee OLMSTED for GOVERNOR Committee VOTEi PMMUUtm Jim s ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH. Tranris 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. Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, May 12, 1946, Is "Adam and Fallen Man." The golden text is "As in Adam all die, even so In Christ shall all be made alive." (I Corinthians 15:22) 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: "And God said, Let us make man In our Image, after our likeness: and let them have dominion over the flsh of the sea, and over the fowl of the air, and over the cattle, and over all the earth, and over every creeping thing that creepeth upon the earth, So God created man in his own image, in the image of God created he him; male and female created he them." (Genesis 1:26,27) From the Christian Science textbook is the following: "In divine Science, man is the true Image of God, If man was once perfect but has now lost his perfection, then mortals have never beheld in man the reflex image of God. The lost image is no Image. The true likeness cannot be lost in dlv.*.ie reflection. Undertandlng this, Jesus said: 'Be ye therefore perfect, even as your Father which is In heaven is perfect." " (p. 259) DORMITORIES. The state board of education may now proceed with plans to construct dormitories for married G. I. students and their wives at the three state-supported institutions of higher learning in Iowa City. Ames and Cedar Falls. This was revealed last week in a press release from Democratic state headquarters by Chairman Jake S. More who pointed out that the state board had paid $505.46 for an opinion from a private firm of lawyers in Cedar Rapids which resulted in Atty. Gen. John M. Rankin withdrawing an earlier opinion forbidding the schools from constructing the dormitories. More's statement was confirmed by David A. Dancer, Des Moines, secretary to the board of education. The attorney general's earlier opinion was given last August 1, 1945. His letter withdrawing the opinion was dated Feb. 28 of this year. The private firm employed, was Elliott, Shuttleworth and [ngersoll. The board was within its legal rights to hire private counsel. DID YOU KNOW. j That during World War II Iowa led g the nation in the number of victory g gardens under cultivation? There was j§ one victory garden for every five in- j§ habitants. = FAIRGROUNDS TURNED BACK. The state fairgrounds, at long last, is back in the hands of the state after serving as an army air forces depot during the war. The army moved out the last of its equipment just before midnight April 30. Only some guards remain until mid-May when all depots throughout the nation are scheduled to be shut down. Work now begins in earnest to get the grounds ready in time for the centennial fair in August and September, Incidentally, no more Annie Oakleys will be passed out for free admittance to the fairgrounds. Even the fair board members will have to pay their way into the grounds and into the grand- UNUSUAL MESSAGE. g All senators have been besieged g with mail since the house OPA action g and that includes both of Iowa's Sena- ;g tors George A. Wilson and B. B. Hick- g enlooper. ig It was Senator Wilson who got one g of the most unusual bits of cones-' 1 pondence in this regard. It came from j J Newton residents and was in the form ! g of two mammoth post cards, each gj measuring nearly two feet in length ;s nnd a little under a foot in width. !g Each obtained a petition signed by|g the people of the Newton vicinity and | = asked for continuation of the OPA j g without crippling amendments." Postage on each card was 12 cents. JOKE ON MILES. For a time is looked as though Miles had two votes in the bag even before the primary election. It was at Monticello where Miles attended a district convention of the American Legion. Ballotting for district officers was in progress and the clerk was calling the roll. "Miles, two votes," the clerk said. There was no immediate answer but there was quite a stir in the crowd until a delegate from the Miles, Iowa, Legion post arose and cast the post's tsvo votes. Americans are consuming food at a standard 11 percent above prewar. Our diet is one and a third to two or three times that of many of the people in Europe and Asia. Picture* -16 Big Uagu* Teams Officiel Rules-Avtragt* life Story-Profutely Illustrated -A. B. (Happy) Chandler/ CemmlMiener of Baseball Babe Ruth's Complete Heme Run Record, etc., etc. SO ce)nt«-M*toald C C. SPINK A SON, Puklhhin turn •uiiDiNo -jT, tout* i, MO. I We have a § Complete Stock I of the following I SOY BEANS 1 BUCKWHEAT | ORANGE CANE I for SORGHUM | S£ED CORN | RAPE SEED 1 Halt Roberts' Son | Postville, Iowa GOOD RECORD. • From January 14 to March 21 a total of 31 roll calls were taken in the house of representatives in Washington. Congressman Hoeven, Talle and LeCompte were present for all of them. Rape makes excellent pasture for hogs. It is also a fine range crop for the young chicks. BANK ACCOUNT is the iKEY STONE SUCCESS To Bank With Us... It is part of our policy to make this bank just as attractive to small accounts as to larger ones. The same service, the same courtesy, the same facilities are available to all. 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