Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 22, 1946 · Page 3
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTV1LLE. IOWA. PAGE THREE. CAPITOL NEWS LETTER (Weekly news rclense of the lowo Press Association. Material contained herein . docs not necessarily conform to the editorial policy of this newspaper.) The figure "100" is n sieniflennt one in this year of 1940 so far as Iowa is concerned. There is no need to say why although for those who have missed it, this Is Iowa's Centennial year. So. quite naturally, any person or thitu; who has lived in lown for 100 years or more Is attracting more attention than normal. In fact, the Iowa Development commission and the Iowa Historical department are anxious to Acquire knowledge of information of this kind. A search was started recently to locale the oldest living native Iowun for a trip to Dcs Moines for the centennial celebration June 20-July 4. So far, the lending candidate Is a 106-year-old woman living In Roswell, N. M. She is Mrs. Elizabeth Oldnkcr who was born in lown March 18, 1840, she has informed the committee. Many persons who are 100 years old arc living In Iowa but few of them are native lowans. if you know of any person born in Iowa before March 18. 1840 and who is 5tiU living—whether in lown or another state—contact state authorities. publicans requested, and were granted, permission to name n representative to sit in on meetings of the state central committee. Recently at a Young Republicans rally. John Budd, state chairman from Atlantic, was named as the Young Republicans representative. He will sit in on future meetings of the committee. FLOUR NEEDED. The Hour purchasing restrictions caught Iowa's board of control institutions short and the slate administration is moving rapidly to obtain some (lour for bread at the institutions. The board has estimated that it will need 1,125.000 pounds of tlour before October 1 and that it must have 450.000 pounds if it is to meet the needs of May and June. Governor Blue has wired President Truman and Secretary of Agriculture Anderson asking that restrictions be relaxed to permit the board to purchase flour. Meanwhile, bread rationing already is in effect at some of the institutions. WRONG WALLACE. All three gubernatorial candidates addressed the Junior Chamber of Commerce of Iowa at its state convention in Davenport Recently. Gov. Robert D. Blue was the first to appear, speaking at a luncheon. Behind him as he spoke was a big campaign banner reading "Wallace for President." It was explained that the sign was put up in behalf of Dwight Wallace of Ottumwa, candidnte for president of the Junior Chamber, and not for Henry Wallace. Until the explanation was made, however, there was n little embarrassment among Republicans present but the Democrats were enjoying the scene. STOCK FARM PONDS, Having stocked some 48 ponds belonging to farmers with some 50,000 flngerlings last year, the state conservation commission has had over 200 requests to stock other farm ponds this year, according to Everett Speaker, in charge of the program. The 1945 legislature authorized stocking of farm ponds under certain conditions, and provided that once they are stocked the farmer may fish in it without a license—anyone else must have a license—but subject to other state fishing laws. Two of the conditions are that the pond be fenced and that it be at least eight feet deep. 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 —Pump-jack for 300-foot well; like new. Walter Plaht, R. 2, Postville.—29p. For Sale —All steel heavy duty bench vise for $4.00. Fred A. Bnltz, Postville.—29p. Wanted—A girl for waitress at Thoma Cafe.—25c. the Wanted—A good used lawn mower. Viola Barnholtz. Postville.—28c. For Sale—Five used 18-inch tires, with a lot of mileage in them. Jack Bush, Postville.—29c. For Sale—Two corner lots, just north of the Milwaukee depot. William Moll, Postville.—29tfc. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Es- stote Broker, Postville. For Sale—A Postville residence with garage and garden. Inquire at this office whom to see for particulars.—29p. For Snlc—A registered Holstein bull; two years old and good records. Harva Miller, R. 1, telephone 23-F-01, Postville. Iowa.—30p. Taken Up—A pig strayed to my place. Owner may have it by paying for cost of feed and ad. Milo H. Kuhse, R. 1, Postville.—29p. For Sale—A large cabinet radio- phonograph combination with about 50 popular records. In good working order. Phillips 60 Station.—29c. PLAYER PIANO AND ROLLS. Terms. Write Verne Netzow, Route 5, Box 310, Waukesha, Wis., as to when piano can be seen in Postville.—29p. For Sale—Two Holstein springing heifers. Harold Groth, R. 1, Castalia, phone 34-F-72, Postville.—29p. For Sale—50-gallon oak buttermilk barrels; price $1.50 each. Harvey Reinhardt, Castalia, Iowa.—29p. Highest prices paid for wool. Bring in your wool and get full government price. A free gift to each person bringing in wool. J. Silverman, Monona, lowo.—29p. LEARN ABOUT POLITICS. Best joke by any of the three candidates at the Davenport convention was pulled by Frank Miles. Miles, who drove 220 miles to arrive an hour before he was to speak, milled around the convention caucuses while he was waiting. When he got up to speak he said:, "The next time I run for public office I'm going to spend most of my time at Junior Chamber conventions learning about politics." YOUNG REPUBLICANS REPRESENTED. Some months ago Iowa Young Re- THERE'S NOTHING LIKE GENUINE SERVICE AND GENUINE PARTS TO KEEP YOUR CAR ROLLING • BRING YOUR CAR "HOME 11 FOR SIRVICE Your Ford Doalor SPORT FANS. Sport fans will be interested to know that each of the three candidates for governor likes to participate in at least one outdoor sport, time permitting. Governor Blue keeps thin by watching his diet and by walking a good deal. George Olmsted is another advocate of walking and is a tennis player whenever he finds the time. Miles takes setting up exercises regularly to keep down his waistline. Up to this point in the campaign all of the candidates are looking trim, too. OLDEST-YOUNGEST. Olmsted-for-Governor headquarters is staking a claim to having the oldest and youngest local campaign managers in the primary. Oldest is believed to be John Holmes, 79. at Greeley, bul that's in age only for Holmes is one of the youngest men in spirit in Republican ranks. Youngest is Ted Hutchcroft at Mediations. Ted is only 15 and won't be able to vote himself but he's trying to interest others in exercising their franchise. Wanted—Job for the summer by 16-yenr-old high school boy; in town or country. Phone 366-W, Postville, Iowa.—29p. We are In the market for wool. Deal with the man who gives you THE HIGHEST PRICE and the BEST SERVICE. Also dealer in poultry, eggs and hides all year around. Call 174-J or 174-M. Julius Geskin, Osan, Iowa.—27tfc. Will the party who picked up the tarpaulin on Highway 51 or 18 please notify Waukon Lumber Co., or Postville Lumber Co.—29c. For Sale—A few extra bushels of early vurieties of Moew's seed corn; germination 90 to 97^.. John J. Martins. R. 2, Postville.—26tfc. For Sale—Two brood sows weighing bout 400 lbs., to farrow in about two weeks. Also a purebred Duroc Jersey spring boar, and a 1933 convertible Dodge coupe with serviceable tires nd clean body. Valder Meyer, R. 1, Castalia, Iowa.—29p. MOTORS—I do nil kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and recondition ing. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, phone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. For Sale—Three lots In east Post ville; good drainage and no filling needed; sewer and water. Inquire of Delmar Reincke or Fred W. Groth Postville.—20tfc. 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, Calmar, Iowa. Phone Herald Office in Postville—Phone No. 200. ACT NOW—To secure the county's most profitable small business. One man can operate. Write Mr. F. V. Jamison, 223 E. Douglas Street, Bloom ington. Illinois.—30c. SEX EDUCATION. An Iowa educator. Miss Martha R. Hull, of the Iowa department of public instruction, wrote in the May is- uo of the department's publication Educational Bulletin,'' that schools should share with the homes and the churches the responsibility of providing Iowa school children with sex education. Miss Hull said that sex education should not be treated as a separate thing to be revealed at a particular time in a child's life but that it should be taught children gradually, in the school, and in church, but primarily in the home. We owe it to our children to let them grow and learn naturally and honestly," she wrote. "Let's accept the hallenge so our children may grow to be healthy adults, physically and mentally, and honest people who face life squarely." *ORD SALES AND SERVICE IN POSTVILLE RUCKPASCHEL MOTORS Phone 152 For Sale—New sportsmen's jackets and coats, fish and game bags, nylon ponchos, pack sacks, utility bags and many other useful articles. Save money at The Thrift Shop. Next to telephone office. Phone 309-W—27c For Sale—Work Shop. 20 by 40 ft., story and a half high. Contains much good lumber, with three partitions inside. Can easily be remodeled into a home, or barn or other building. Mrs L. H. Schroeder, phone 192, Postville, Iowa.—26tfc. NEW TITLE. Probably the most titled man in the state government is Henry Wichman. He is secretary of the state executive council. He is state car dispatcher. He is secretary of the stale engineering board. He is secretary of the state conservation commission. Now he's picked vip a new title—he is also surplus commodities administrator under the state department of public instruction to handle distribution of war goods to schools and hospitals. His hobby, when he has time for it, is raising purebred Angus cattle. WalnutGrove PRODUCTS Due to the shortage of feed (his year, try and keep your livestock well balanced on WALNUT GROVE MINERALS and sec how much faster ' your piss will grow. ALSO HAVE A CURE FOR NECRO pigs that have black and bloody scours and are not doing well. Treatment Guaranteed. Treatment for coccidlosis in chickens guaranteed, Also have dtp, mange otl and wormers. Have all these on hand now. Arthur Schultz POSTVILLE, IOWA We have a Complete Stock of the following Soy Bean Meal Linseed Meal Meat Scraps Feeding Oats WE HAVE Dr. Salsbury's Selective Weed-Kill SELECTIVELY KILLS BROAD-LEAF WEEDS MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postville, Iowa Wanted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company, Postville. There'll be less danger from cannibalism in baby chicks if the mash is ground fairly close. Only the oat hull need to be pulverized in making chick mash. HE SPOKE TRUE. H. S. "Doc" Twedt, Brllt theatre owner, was just sitting down to dinner with his family one night when the fire whistle blew. "Well, there goes the theatre," he said jokingly. What's more, it was. TAKING A TRIP? Safeguard Your Money; Carry Traveler's Checks Wherever you go, protect your travel funds. You can do it easily, at little cost, by stopping in at this Bank and converting your cash into Traveler's Checks before you leave. Traveler's Checks provide you with funds readily spendable as cash. If lost or stolen, their value is promptly refunded. They come in flexible checkbook style and are obtainable here in convenient denominations. Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. UNEXCELLED PREMIUM MOTOR OIL TOP-FLITE is the word for the quality, the performance, the service of New aviation-type D-X Motor Oil. Only the "heart cut" of the crude is used for higher heat-resistance, less vaporization loss, high film strength, better lubrication! The patented solvent-process does not destroy its rich, smooth "natural" oiliness. • SOLVENT-PROCESSED • MINIMIZES OXIDATION • MINIMIZES SlUDOE • NON-CORROSIVE • HIGH VISCOSITY INDEX • HIGH HEAT-RESISTANCE • CLEANS AS IT LUIRICATES STAMINIZED FOR GREATER PROTECTION New D-X Motoc Oil has greater ttrength to resist oxidation and corrosion—to minimize dangers of sludging and metal-pitting. Sold on a Money-Back Guarantee. HOW AT smms MID-CONTINENT PETROLEUM CORPORATION 24-3C DIAMOND D-X PRODUCTS ARE DISTRIBUTED BY: HOME OIL COMPANY Fred J. Miller, Proprietor Postville, Iowa — ASSOCIATE DEALERS — KLUSS GARAGE EVERT GARAGE . SEVATSON OIL CO. Luana, Iowa Frankville, Iowa Ossian, Iowa

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