Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 29, 1946 · Page 2
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PAGE TWO. | Remember When--? Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items Taken From the Files of Uie Tostvllle Herald ot Thursday. June 2, 1921 A son \v;\s= born to Mr, and Mrs. Gilbert Peterson Friday. May 27. The PoMvillc ball team went to Elpin last Sunday and cleaned up on the team of that city by a score of 11 to 3. William H. Schroeder's 570 Guernsey cow produced l.filS pounds of yellow milk i:i May. This brought S65.50. Add S4 W in satisfaction, and yon will find that Mr. Schroeder Rot his money back in M.iy Max fox left Friday for Decurah to jo:n the Restna-Ashard shows. He will have charge of the dance pavilion. Others from Postville with this organ- i7at!oti are Lawrence Lien, trainmaster; Cloy K Waters, auditor, and Lee Burdiek. electrician. The annual Sunday school picnic will be held at the Forest Mills picnic prov.nds Thursday, June 16. All Sunday schools wishing to take part in the program please notify J. F. Miller of L'.iana. chairman; J. H. Palmer of Waukon. secretary, or A. C. Harris of Postville. The annual Junior-Senior banquet of the hich school was held in the high school gymnasium Friday. May 27. The following toast program was Riven with Cyrus Harris acting as toastmaster: Welcome. Paul SpauRy; Response. Leo Samek; The Umpire. F.dna Stolt: The Shortstop. Dolores Thoma; The Mask. Irene Thompson; The Bat, Roy Schultz. The teaching force for the Postville schi. o'ts for the next year is as follows; H. E. Miller, superintendent; Sylvan Christian, principal; Blanche Martin, manual training; J. H. Williams, commercial; Dor.r.a Foley, music: Alta Recce, mathematics: Mary Fulton. English: Cora Darling, first grade: Elva Webber, second grade: Lydia Schukei. third grade: Neva Saundry. fourth grade. Agnes Gulhekson. r'.fth grade: low., Hutching? and Solma Sjoboen, sixth, seventh ,.m! eighth grades Henry L.r.ge has been retained as janitor. Church noticed COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor. CARD OF THANKS. Thursday, May 30— The choir will meet at (he Church for its weekly rehearsal. Sunday. June 2—10:00 a. m.. Morning Worship. Sermon by the minister. Theme: "The Order of the Burning Heart." The choir will bring special music. Any person without a church home in this community is cordially invited to worship with us. 11:00 a. m.. Sunday School. Mr. Robert Burling. Sup't. The minister will speak briefly at the opening of the Sunday School hour. 7:15 p. m.. The men of the church will be in charge of serving the lunch at our monthly Church Night. This will be our last Church Night of the season. Following our fellowship luncheon, we shall have a program. The ladies arc to present a play, entitled. "No East or West." Following this portion of the program we shall have a panel discussion on: "Christianity and International Relations." This promises to be a fine program, and all members are urged to attend. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwlg, Pastor Wc wish to express our heartfelt gratitude to the neighbors and friends for their helpfulness and expressions of sympathy during the illness and passing on of our beloved husband and father, Louis C. Krambocr. We especially thank the Rev. Seamans, the singers, those who brought floral offerings and all who assisted us at the funeral. Mrs. Louis C. Krambeer and Family. GOV. LUCAS HOUSE. IOWA CITY. TO BE DEDICATED THIS FALL Steer feeding trials at Iowa State College during the past year showed that ear corn silage made from high- moisture corn is worth about $20.18 a ton. Figured on a dry matter basis, the corn in the silage was worth about SI.05 a bushel. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting items taken from the files of "The Graphic." published in Posiville. June 4. !St>6 unci Mi-.-; Jennie r.v buggv of Wm. poS: I r -kiy is happy ii •.sic new carriage i the •built The daily vacation church school is 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. A confirmation class leading to confirmation next Palm Sunday has been organized in connection with the school. The school is completely de- 1 partmentalized and under the di] rection of ten teachers and competent assistants. The school is open to all who desire to attend. Church School service on Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. German service and Holy Communion Sunday morning at 9:30 a. m. The service Sunday . lorning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject. "The Greatest Thing In The World." Luther League devotional Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room. A social hour and dart ball will follow the devotional. The Women's Missionary society will meet Thursday afternoon. June 6, at 2:00 o'clock in the assembly room. Mrs. Clara Miller is the leader and Mrs. Louise Meyer the hostess. The Holy Communion will be administered at two services on Pentecost. June 9: The service at 10:30 o'clock in the nvrning and the service at 8:0i} o'clock in the evening. GET YOUR Baby Chick STARTER FEED - - at - - MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 231 Postville, Iowa The Govenor Lucas house at Iowa City, home of Iowa's first territorial govenor. will he dedicated, according to tentative plan's, during Iowa University Homecoming this fall. The house, recently restored to its original construction, will be maintained as an historic monument by the state conservation commission with period furniture and other furnishings on public display. • . :..T?. BOB BLUE Iowa's Centennial Governor Governor Blue wishes to thank the thousands of loyal workers who have given an- stintingly of their time and energy, that the vote may get out and the primary be a true expression of the sentiments of the Republicans of Iowa. He pledges to continue his administration of the affairs of Iowa in such a manner that Iowa Republicans will maintain the feeling of pride which they nowso justly hold. VOTE FOR LEI Charles Gauniiz Republican Candidate For, SUPERVISOR Term Beginning January 1, 1948 Your vote and support at the Primary Election on June 3rd will be greatly appreciated. a. VOTE FOR Melvin J. Kolsrud of Paint Creek Township Republican Candidate for Member of the Board of Supervisors Allamakee County Term Beginning January 1, 1917 I Will Appreciate Your Vote and Support ashing machine was for the first time Fov., Chom set in operation lor me lust tune i Wednesday. Mrs Wells Eaton had new potatoes en her table for dinner from her own garden on June 1st. Who will beat that? Will KUiss has the frame of his new house up ar.d enclosed. It will be an ornament to that end of Williams street when finished. H. H. Lien and Miss Jennie Prior were married Thursday evening. May 28. at the home of the bride's parents, by the Rev. H. S. Bargelt. Geo. Thoma. Godfrey Star.dt. Henry Poesch and Frank Sebastian went to Communia Saturday as delegates to the district Turner convention. Rankin, the brick mason, of Decorah ar.d Ray Schuler. carpenter, of Postville have secured the contract for building the new Ossian schoolhouse. The following veterans were present at the Memorial day exercises here: T. B. Bowman. David G. Glenn, Geo. Redhead. John Pixler. Charles Skelton. W. A. Owen. J. F. McKinley. Alex Aberntlhy, E. H. Putnam, all of Postville: M. A. Bollman. Melvin Green. J. H. Burhans. D. A. McMartin, A. C. Tatro. all of Castalia; George W. Oathout and J. M. Ernst. Luana. and C. T. Hemings, Frankville. UNITED BRETHREN CHURCnES. 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. Postville: 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. Preaching service at 10:00 a.m. WE HAVE Dr. Salsbury's Selective Weed-Kill SELECTIVELY KILLS BROAD-LEAF WEEDS MEYER'S F0URC0UNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postville, Iowa ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH, rrancls J. Vallastcr, 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. I TWO GAMES OF I — at — 1 Smith Athletic Field Memorial Day Thur.,May30 i at 3:30 o'clock P. M. or Immediately after the services = CASTALIA — vs. — POSTVILLE Sun., June 2 at 2:30 o'clock P. M. WAUKON POSTVILLE These are regularly scheduled Scenic League, games and the public is cordially invited to attend both games. ROBERT REPUBLICAN CANDIDATE FOR Gove rnor Second Term • * * Let's Rehire Our Experienced Governor Experience Counts In Government As Well as in Agriculture, Industry, Skilled Trades and in the Professions "There Is No Substitute For Experience" or PROVEN Bob Blue has proved himself to be a fearless, courageous leader. With forthright energy he tackles each problem of government as it arises. He has honored each position that he has held by faithfully performing his duty. HONEST When Bob Blue makes a promise, he always translates it into performance. Two years ago he presented a nine-plank platftmn to the voters of Iowa. Seven of those planks are now State Law. The other two were acted upon by the Senate. Bob Blue stands on his word and his record. PROGRESSIVE Blue believes in providing for the times and planning for the future. The school legislation passed during his administration was the most progressive in a generation. Veterans' legislation was on the books before the veterans returned. Institutions for the unfortunate, long virtually forgotten, were provided for. And the State government is still solvent. There is a balance in the bank. Governor Robert D. Blue Lawyer 21 Years Farm Owner and Operator of 150 acres Education Eagle Grove Schools Drake U., LL.li. Iowa State College Capital City Commercial College Former Employment Experience— Grocery Clerk Furniture and Undertaking Store Railroad Section Clothing Store Clerk Veteran World War I Methodist Church Mason (32nd Degree) Shrine Consistory Eastern Star American Legion Moose White Shrine Sigma Alpha Epsilon Phi Alpha Delta Iowa State Bar Assn. Izaak Walton League Governor— 1945-1946 Lieutenant-Governor— 1943-1944 Speaker of House of Representatives— 1941-1943 Republican Floor Leadei 4 Years—1937-1941 State Representative 8 Years—1935-1943 Alternate Delegate Republican National Convention, "1932 County Attorney 6 Years—1924-1930 City Attorney— 1932-1934 GOVERNMENT VOTE FOR GOVERNOR BOB BLUE REPUBLICAN PRIMARY JUNE 3 This Advertisement Sponsored by the Local Friends of Governor Bob Blu

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