Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 22, 1946 · Page 2
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 22, 1946
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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, im Remember When--? Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items Taken From the Flies of the rostvitle Herald of Thursday. May 2fi. INI Attorney mid Mrs. \V. H. Buiiinfi moved their camping equipment Monday out to their summer cottage at Durno's park. Mrs. Gilbert Sanders. Mrs. A. C. Webster. Mrs. A. J. Phillips and Mrs. Henry Miller went to Cedar Rapids Wednesday to attend a meeting of the White Shrine. Lee Burdu-k left today for Decorah to join the Resina Amusement company as electrician. Trainmaster J. L. Lien and Auditor Cloy E. Waters will join them tomorrow for the season. Old doe stork made Louis L. Hill dad for the first time Wednesday by leaving a fine and dandy baby boy with Mrs. Hill at the Kessel hospital in Crosco. A baby girl came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schultz Thursday of last week. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Will Fischer last Wednesday. The senior class play. "Line Busy." will be presented at the Turner Opera house June 2. The following are in the cast: Clara Hems. Irene Thompson. Bernice Phillips. Myrtle Davis, Florence Eggert. Clarence Hoth. Ruth Gordon. Blanche Harvey. Gertrude Sanders. Leo Samek. Walter Muchow. Dewey Ohloff. Ethel Thoma. Lillian Kiesau. Mervilla Comstock. Clara Waters. Roy Schultz and Margaret Kluss. A farewell reception was tendered the Postvilie teachers Monday evening at the Methodist church. The program for the evening was in charge of Miss Amy Meier. It consisted of a piano duet by Pearl Meier and Barbara Marston, a talk by A. L. Peterson of the board of education, a violin duct by Bernice and Alice Phillips with Frances Cronin playing the piano accompaniment, a talk by the Rev. J. A. Saathoff and a vocal solo by Mrs. Pauline Ellis acompanied on the patw by Emma Nicolay. Church uottcetf ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwig, Pastor The senior choir will rehearse on Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the church. 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. Rural Life Sunday will be observed by St. Paul's in connection with the service on Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock, "God's Back Pasture." is the sermon subject. Lutheran World Action rally Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the church. Details concerning the program will be found elsewhere in this issue of the Herald. The daily vacation church school conducted annually by St. Paul's will be in session for the three week period. May 27 to June 14. Monday through Friday of each week, from 9 00 o'clock until 11:30 each morning. There will be classes for all age groups from the pre-school through the post- confirmation ages. A confirmation class leading to confirmation next Palm Sunday will be organized as a part of the school. The school will be staffed with nine regular teachers and competent assistants. As in the past, the school will be open to all. whether associated with the congregation or not. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. 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. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH. Francis J. Vallastrr. 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. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting items taken from the files of "The Graphic." published in rostville. May 28. 1S3S The Farmers Creamery Co. received 37.00O pounds of milk Saturday. Quite a few of our young people took in the dance at Ossian Tuesday night. An umbrella mender, scissors grinder and accordion player combined is finding lots of business in town. On last Thursday occurred the marriage of Henry Blumhagen and Miss Anna Schutte. the Rev. F. H. Sehuman performing the ceremony. This section was visited by a terrible storm Sunday night. At Beulah, a cloudburst killed -4 persons, washed away the depot. 20 bridges and 15 miles of track. One thousand men are at work removing the debris and rebuilding the Milwaukee right ot way. Go to Hart's and have your seats reserved for Esmerafda Thursday evening. June 4, at popular prices. Members of the cast are: Olive Orr. Carrie A. McCune. John Waters. Charles Wallis. F. J. Becker. F. E. Sutherland. Prof. Barclay. Elmer Gray, Edith Harris and Stella Steel. The following have been chosen as decorators for Memorial day: Mae Owen. Mae Rollinson, Sadie Redhead. Jennie Burling. Emma Nicolay, Pearl Blanchard. Winnifred Beedy, Mabel Hawkins. Mabel Beedy. Nellie Sheehy, Jennie Nicolay. Ruth Douglass, Kate Sheehy. Ethel McWilliams. May Hoy and Cora Smith. While on the way to attend the Blumhagen-Schutte wedding reception Thursday afternoon, Gus Dietsch of the Volksblatt, had the misfortune to be thrown from his bicycle by a rut in the road. He remounted and was thrown a second time while going at high speed down hill. This time he was severely injured and it will be several days before he recovers the use of his arm. 1 WE HAVE n | PIG STARTER f I HOG MEAL 1 1 BONE MEAL | | TANKAGE | 1 MEAT SCRAPS I 1 | (L. A. Hammel ( I Wapsie Valley Feeds 1 Thursday, May 23—The choir will meet for rehearsal. The time of meeting is 7:30 p. m. Sunday. May 26—10:00 a. m.. Morning Worship. This is Memorial Sunday. Our service will be in the form of a Memorial for all who have given their lives t'i the cause of freedom. There will be special music by the choir. The minister will preach on the subject: "The Church Faces a Challenge." 11:00 a. m., Sunday School. 6:00 p. m.. the young people ot the church will meet in the church parlors. The discussion will bo preceded by a potluck supper. The theme for the discussion will be "Chrstianity and the Race Problem." This will be our last meeting until next fail. All of the young people of the church are urged to attend. The table for donations to the food drive will still be in the church basement next Sunday. Those who forgot their donation last Sunday may still have the opportunity to bring them at that time. Christian Science Churches The subject of the lesson-sermon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for Sunday, May 26, 1946, is "Soul and Body." The golden text is "Know ye not that ye are the temple of God, and that the Spirit of God dwellcth In you?" (I Corinthians 3:16) 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: "And what agreement hath the temple of God with idols? for ye are the temple of the living God; as God hath said, I will dwell in them, and walk in them; and I will be their God, and they shall be my people. Wherefore come out from among them, and be ye separate, saith the Lord, and touch not the unclean thing; and I will receive you." From the Christian Science textbook it the following: "The word temple also means body. The Revelator was familiar with Jesus' uso of this word, as when Jesus spoke of his material body as the temple to be temporarily rebuilt (John 2:21). What further in- indlcation need we of the real man's Incorporeallty than this, that John saw heaven and earth with 'no temple (body) therein?' This kingdom of God 'is within you', —is within reach of man's consciousness here, and the spiritual idea reveals It." (p.-576) THANK YOU. I wish to express my thanks to all who remembered me with cards, flowers and visits while I was a patient at the Postvilie Community Hospital. Their thou'-'.hti'ulness was much appreciated. Mrs. Ed Nuehring. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCHES. J. B. Haddock, Pastor. Castalia: Sunday School at 10 a. m. Worship service at 11:15 a. rr Our daily vacation Bible school will start Monday. May 27. Postvilie: Preaching service at 10:00 a.m. V tiffed Govemnnff OLMSTED for GOVERNOR Commiffee VOTE i PRIMARIES JUKE 3 *Su*un Hayicard, cftifiutag lust«ss h tntti uiultic tfcent lilt •<k )«l) bual) •nil w»r;nih. th«, "(ml iighr loucli a( coloi l»Ht,.Ctiarm Tri$ Rjgt tfing- i 0 any home. Susan Hay appearing In Wa1t «i TVhn(color Production "Canyon Pottogt. SHAG COTTON RUGS Th« lovely new patltl coloring* and th« lunurl- out toftiwit of lh« Charm Trtd Shag Rugi do tomilhlng lo any room—living room, btdroom, dan or bathroom. Charm Tradi or* colorityltd by Earlo Parnaull, noted Interior decorator. Thay'ra aoilly wa»hobl», tconomlcal and long, wearing. Available in Ivory Whlta, Peach Clew, Harvest Cold, Sky Blue, Dully ROM , Foam Green, Bamboo Beige—in Round, Oval and Oblong In tiiet (ram 10 in. x 34 In. lo 4 ft. « 6 ft. At Nationally Advortif«d from $2.95 up LOUIS SCHUTTE Largest Stock of Furniture in Northeastern Iowa IOWA'S BUYING POWER EXCEEDS ANY OTHER STATE The Iowa Development Commission found in a recent survey that industrialists are looking to Jmvn for plant locations not only because they can produce with more efficiency in this state but because tlicy can sell their products to the rich Iowa market. The buying power of a state is measured by its wealth and income. The total income of Iowa is $2.-180.000.000. The cash farm income in 1344 was $1,613,107,000, The value of Iowa's manufactured products was $1,250.000,000. This equal division of money earned in agriculture and industry insures, a perfect economic balance which reflects itself in the standard of living of the people. Iowa's per capita wealth of S4.:i22 is higher than the per capita wealth of any other state in the nation and is almost twice as high as the national per capita wealth of $2,085. Industrialists realize that Iowans earn money, have money, and spend money for products which add to their enjoyment of life. Keep FAITH with our HOPE for lasting peace means CHARITY for all. Peter C. Hendrickson Republican Candidate For SHERIFF Having been appointed to fill the late Leonard Bulman's term, I am now seeking the nomination for this office. An overseas veteran, I respectfully solicit your vote and support at the primaries, June 3. HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS! FARMERS! World Food Supply and Your Own Profits Depend OR Wise Planning Now ir ii. 11 ..... Yes, the world wants food today—but there will be critical need for more eggs, meat, and butter NEXT FALL AND WINTER. Heavy demand and high prices are virtually a certainty—and wise farmers are laying their plans NOW for fall and winter production. REMEMBER THESE POINTS 0 Avoid "panicky" liquidation of herds and flocks. 0 Indications point to improved supplies of feed in tho near future. New crops of wheat, oats, rye, barley will bo coming In—and substantial yields are predicted. • Flan to raise all Uio stock and poultry you can, within your facilities and expected supplies. • Systematic culling, careful feeding, maximum use ot roughage, will tldo us over the present Bhortage and help meet the tremendous anticipated demand for food next fall and winter. THESE STEPS WILL HELP • Call out non-productive stock and poultry; save the feed for real producers. • Flan to substitute young layers for old hens. One hen data as much feed as It takes to raise two young birds to productive age. • Sort your corn NOW. Avoid needless spoilage. Save the good com for baby chicks and pigs. • Flan additional late pasture to help conserve on feed—plant Budnn gross, millet, sorgo, cane, rape. • TJso all available roughage, to help spread supplies further. Feed your concentrates properly for maximum results, liaise every animal and bird you can properly care lor, because they will really bo needed 6 to 8 months from now. PROTECT NEXT WINTER'S PROFITS Consult your feed dealer, too. He will gladly assist you in planning efficient feed conservation measures to obtain maxi* — mum value from what 4A have. you FEED INSTITUTE OF I OWA The Farmers Store Cargill Feeds Postvilie Feed Mill Honeymead Products Four - Co pSL ? atcher y Allamakee Hatchery L. A. Hammel Wapsie Valley Feeds Wayne Feeds

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