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t»Niit>AT, WOVWWMH, »tTt* THE P08TVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA Remember When--? Twenty-Five Years Ago. nterestinc Items From (he Flies •» the Postville Herald of Thursday; Nov, 9, 1922^^ |WiH Oehring evidently^is the lampion potato grower here. He. ought us a sample that-weighed i pounds. Those who had good eyesight the first snowflakes fall here sday, but there weren't too iy to make a showing, son was born Jo Mr. and Mrs. i. Witt Nov. 2 and a daughter j. 3 to Mr. and Mrs. Frank hweinefus, all of near Castalia. Cred kuhse, Mrs. Win. Bareis Mrs. Ernest Brandt were called iTennis, So. Dak., this week *y ' death of their sister, Mrs. Anna offmun. Henry Block, 72, father of Henry Fred Block of this community, ied away in Postville Sunday. A Slighter, Anna, five grandchildren nd a hrilf -brother, William Block, 1 Guttenberg also survive. BPostville lost their football game I Arlington Friday, 13 to 12. hursday they will play Calmar. asketteH practice has begun for girls as well as for those boys o are not out for football. fPost township cast 622 ballots uesdny in the general! election, 91 sight republican and 72 straight jemocratic. In the state the repub- cans piled up a majority of 150.000. irookhart was elected Senator and lie soldiers' bonus carried easily, illamakee county elected all re- ublican office holders. gold headed cane was bought torn funds contributed by local riends of the Rev. J. J. Clune who Ecently went from here to Lawler acknowledging the gift, Hev. Ilune wrote, "The cane will be a eminder always of the rll too few pars I had the pleasure to spend , your midst and the many friend iips formed there." Ijohn C. Weihe was elected presi- of the Grand Meadow Farm jiireau at its. meeting Tuesday |ght. Others chosen were Fred G cruiltz, vice president; W. C. bhroeder, secretary-treasurer; Lee olsom, E. J. Handy, Frank Caha- R. F. Williams, L. C. Kram- eer, W. F. Baltz, F. H. Brandt and I M. Olson, district cooperator^. §The Post township Farm Bureau lected new officers at their an- ual meeting last week. Carl Wei- jl is the new president; H. W. teier is vice president, and Arbe ehrens is secretary-treasurer. Di- tctors are Loney Folsom, Frank ebastian, Ben Lange, Ralph Bach ill. Jay Marston, W. L. Meyer, lilo Folsom, Rudy Bugenhagen nd Ralph Green. LfjT. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH v Frederick R. Ludwlf, Pastor • The Women's Missionary Society will-meet Thursday afternoon, at 2:00 o'clock in the assembly room. Mrs. Bertha Schroeder is the leader and Mrs. W. L, Meyer is hostess. The men's chorus will rehearse Thursday evening at 7:15 and the senior choir Thursday evening at 7:45 o'clock at the church. The confirmation class will meet Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock in the assembly room. The junior choir will rehearse Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the church. Churoti School service Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. Adult Bible class Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock in the assembly room. The group under the direction of Mr. Ha'rm Kramer is starting the study of the Book ot Galatians. All adults interested are invited to attend. • The service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. . The sermon subject, To Whom Much is Given." The Brotherhood and the Sisterhood will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room'. The topic for the evening is, "The Invasion of ^Canaan." /, The Ladies' Aid will meet Thursday afternoon, November 13, at 2:00 o'clock in the assembly room. Want. Ad Rates— ID cents per line: minimum charge 25c per week if cash accompanies order; otherwise the minimum charge is 50c, Blind ads or those having Inquiries come to this office are 50c per week minimum charge. Wanted — Jap hulless popcorn. The Palm, Postville.—48tfc. Room For Rent—Pleasant room for one or two gentlemen. Phone 336, Postville.—lp. Thursday, Nov. 6—8:00 o'clock m.' Seniorjihoir rehearsal Jn the sanctuary, '.'•') \ Sunday, Nov. 9—10:00 o'clock m. Morning worship. Special music. Sermon by the minister, The subject of the sermon will be, The Christian's God." 11:00 a. m. Sunday School with classes for all ages. 7:15-p. m. Westminster Fellow ship. The discussion will be led by Rev. Seamans. The topic will be, God, the Father Almighty." Fol lowing the discussion period, there •will be time for recreation. Jim Jarmes and Kathryn Falb are to be in charge of the games. Tuesday, Nov. 11—4:15 o'clock p. m. Junior choir rehearsal. All choir members are urged to be present for this rehearsal. Fifty Years Ago. nterestlng Items From the Files of "The Graphic" published in Postville, Nov. 11, 1897. Twenty-eight children are at ending the, confirmation school this ear at St. Paul's Lutheran church Our implement dealer. W. J. Ho- Bhan, has just purchased $12,000 forth of farm land in Hahcock ounty. A ten-cent social will be held at ne Congregational church Friday I 'ening. Refreshments from 5:30 ilil all are served. The now Congregational church yill be dedicated next Sunday fritz Wilkc and George Plagman finished decorating the interior of tie church Monday. Ludwig Meier brought 18 hogs to tie Postville market Tuesday, said be the heaviest marketed this all. They averaged 504 lbs., and he price paid for them was $3.00 cr ,cwt. : Tuesday was chicken day .in C ostville, farmers bringing 5,000 irds. to the local produce houses near and far. The price is ood now, Wi cents per pound. [In the first primary the pupils t ith a perfect record were Gustie artels,- Leah Hughes, Alma Schu ann, Grace Hoy, Kiltie Rush, uth Sheehy, Kate Kerr, Ethel Orr: lith Orr, Irene Sheehy, Stella; tieise, Walter Huffy, Bob Jenny fine, Leo Sheehy, Lawrence Abel peorge Phelan, Leo Beucher, Flet her Raub, Oscar Parker, Johnnie lavirland, Leo ( Hanks, Lester Parer, Ralph Hawkins, Carl Plag- i, Joe Oulin, Ida Bidne and linnie Davis, i The monthly report from high f " hool shows the following pupils ere neither absent nor tardy dur- Bg October: Abbie Laughlin, Con |d Schultz, Winnifred Beedy, Ruth ouglass, Etta and Ina Dresser, I issie Darling, Fred Hawkins; nnie Nicolay, Charles Bates, Ama •esser, Gertrude Harmon, Tillle colay, Max Hoy, Mabel Hawkins, iith Roberts, Lester . Williams, proline Nick, Hale Burling, Anna puglass, Ora Hoy, Nellie Hart; arry Martin and Charles Senholi For Sale—Two Holstein cows; to freshen soon. Ambrose Waters, "R. Postville.—52p. For Sale—Spotted Poland China stock hogs. Wm. Miene, Jr., R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—52tfc. For Sale—30/acres of corn, Wanted—Man to pick corn. Ed Lenth, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—lp. For Sale—4 Brown Swiss cows; high grade; now milking. Ben F. Overbeck, Postville.—lp. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Estate Broker, Postville. For Sale—1000-bu. capacity steel grain bin. See Louis W. Thoma, or phone 270, Postville.—ltfc. For the latest in Decca and Columbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store.—31c. For Sale-r-Purebred Shorthorn bull; good individual; a sure breeder. Sander Swenson,, R. 2, Post ville—ltfc. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor Just arrived a shipment of Case plow : lays and Delco Batteries Reinhardt's'Case Implements, Post­ ville.—lc, For Sale—A Globe Dutch oven combination wood and electric stove. Clinton Smith, R. 2, Post­ ville.—lp. For Sale—Purebred Brown Swiss bull, 5 years old, with registration papers. Harry Rose, R. 1, Luana Iowa.—lp. , ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH Francis J. Vallaster, Pastor Sunday masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock a. m. Catechetical instruction: Satur days at 2:00. 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. EVANGELICAL V. B. CHURCH Wayne. Hargrave,, Minister at Worship service at 9:45 a. m. Sunday School at 10:45 a. m. W. S. W. S., Thursday, Nov. 6, Mrs. Trautman's at 2:00 p. m. Bible study and prayer service every Wednesday evening at 8 CLERMONT LUTHERAN PARISH 'A. O. Nesset, Faster Sunday, November 9 West Clermpnt, service. 9:30 a. m East Clermont, service, 11:00 a. m The Rev. A. L. Abrahamson, Min neapolis, will be the guest speaker at these services. Sermon theme "Every Soul Needs Jesus Christ. Monday, Nov. 10—Pocket Testa ment banquet, at the East Clermont church at 7 p. m. Speaker, Rev Abrahamson. Tuesday, Nov. 11—The East Cler mont Mothers' Club meets with Mrs. Tilpher Bilden at 2 p. m. • Friday,; Nov. 14—East Clermont Society sale and lunch, 8 p. m. HIGH-FLYING GRANDMA. Irs. J. C. Johnson, Shelby coun oldest resident, celebrated her |th birthday recently by i$nj«y~ her first airplane ride. She' cried the trip thoroughly, hopes to again next year,"- VvJI Christian Science Churches The subject of the lessOn-sennon In all Churches of Christ, Scientist, for November 9, 1947 is ''Adam And Fallen Man." The golden'test U "Ye were sometimes ; darkness, but now are ye light in the-Lord walk as children of light." (Eph 5:8) « Selections from the Bible and from "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker eddy comprise, the lesson-, aermon. One of the Bible citations reads: "And God said, Let ua make man in our Image, after our likeness: and let them have domin­ ion'over the -fish 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 ferns le created he them." (Gen. 1:26,27) From the Christian Science textbook is the following' "We leave this brief, glorious his tory ' of spiritual. creation (aa stated in the first chapter Genesis) in the hands of God, not of man, in. the keeping of Spirit, not . matter,—joyfully acknowledge ing now and forever God 's aup *em- •A,V , omnipotence, and omnipre» ence. The mder wlU naturaUy^afk Indeed there is;" but' the :qonanu«i account is mortal and material.? Avon products new sales representative for this community: Mrs. Ted Anderson, phone 104 Postville.—lc. PAGE THSHE. •yum For , Sftle—Duroc Jersey boars; cholera'immune. J. J. Martins & Sons, R, 2, Postville.—51tfcr 1 Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—ltfc. For Sale—Stock water tank, of extra heavy steel; 30-barrel capacity. Alonzo Harvey, Ossian, la.—2c. For Sale — 15 purebred Poland China stock hogs; cholera immune. Fred W. Miene, R. 1, Luana —48tfc. For Sale—Medium size coal or wood heating stove; in good condition. Henry Paulsen, Postville, Iowa.—lp. WANTED — WAITRESS FOR STEADY WORK AND GOOD PAY AT THE V * J CAFE, POST­ VILLE.—50tfc. For Sale— Moore combination gas, coal and wood range; priced reasonable. Mrs. A. C. Meyer, Postville.—51tfc. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs; February farrow; cholera immune. Donald Knuth, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—44tfc. For Sale—Sunbeam oil burning water heater; 30-gal, capacity; used 3 months; $100. See Bob Sebastian at the Texaco Station, Luana.—lp. NOW you can get dressed spring chickens for all occasions on any day of the week at Meyer's Four- County Hatchery, Postville.—39tfc. For Sale—Player Piano and rolls. Write Mrs. Mary Herman, 2013 West Clarke St., Milwaukee, Wis. as to when piano can be seen in Postville.—lp. For Sale—20 feeder pigs. Ed Foley, phone 31-F-81, Postville.—lp. •For Sale—House door and frame; a good one. Elmer Dettman, R. 1, Postville,—lp. For Sale—Man's coonskin coat, in fair condition. Inquire at the W. J. Honks residence.—lc. For Sale—Litter carriers and accessories. Louis W. Thoma, phone 270, Postville.—47tfc. ,• For Sale^—Five registered young Holstein cows; milking heavy. Emil Zurcher & Son, Farmersburg,—2p. For Sale—Registered Spotted Poland China boars; farmers' thick type; $10 raise after Nov. 12. 10 miles north of Postville. Oliver Snitker,' Waukon.—lp. SPINIT PIANO—Will sell in this vicinity. Terms or trade-in accepted. For details, and to see piano, write_Cedar Rapids Piano Co., 322 First Ave., N. E., Cedar Rapids.—lc. SAVE YOUR CORN—One pound of,Bolson's Mineral Protein Con ditioner will save from six pounds to ten pounds of corn; priced very reasonable; ask us. Farmers Store, Postville.—4c. For Sale—Slat corn cribbing, ce dar posts, hog waterers and Dutch Boy house" paint. We also have some woven wire and barbed wire. John L. Gregg & Sons Lumber Co., Postville.—47tfc. For - Sale-AA few pairs of new 6.00x16 car and pickup chains; extra heavy duty; army surplus; $7.00 per set. Sebastian's Texaco Station, Luana, Iowa.—52c. For Sale—Young Mallard ducks and drakes; also a few White Pekin ducks and drakes; suitable for either eating or breeding purposes. L. E. Dresser, R. 2, Postville—ltfc. Wanted to Rent—Would like to rent some corn land for next spring, on halves or cash rental. Should be in Postville community. William Enyart, R. 2, Postville.—1 p. We now have plenty of Barbed Wire and* Woven Wire. J. L. Gregg & Sons Lumber Co., Postville, Iowa.—51tfc. Notice—We are:in the market for all kinds of junk and pay highest market price. Steve Szabo & Sons, Castalia, Iowa.—lOtfc. I am prepared to do any kind of cess pool or septjjc tank work. Write or phone. Ray Canoe, phone 177-61, Monona,, Iowa.—3p. For Sale—Brown Swiss cow, with second, calf. • Also about. 30 'year old • White Leghorn hens..Harlan Schara, R. 2, Postville—1 p. For Sale—The John Lydon farm, Bis miles southeast of Frankville, on graveled Postville - Frankville road. For information see Wm. J. Broghammer at his store in Frank­ ville.—49tfc. "PLASTI"— Chemistry's miracle product. Plastic finishes for every use. Chemistry's newest discovery. See this marvelous product of Dure Industries at Samek's Appliance Shop, phone 309-W, Postville—49tfc. For Sale—Choice Duroc boars. New blood for this territory. These boars are well grown, deep, low set, and out of good litters. Prices reasonable. Telephone 3392. Capper & Grove, Elgin, Iowa.—45tfc, For Sale—Purebred Black Po land stock hogs; sired by_ Forma tor's Kind; deep bodies; broad backs and good hams. Cholera immune. New blood for old customers. Henry Larson & Son, Ossian, Iowa.—48tfc. For Sale — Purebred Chester White boars; cholera immuned. A choice herd of easy keeping, low down, well grown hogs; best of breeding. Come early for choice hogs. Moon & Kruse, one mile south and a half mile west of Mo­ nona.—45tfc. ' MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. 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. For Sale — Commercial Hotel, Postville, Iowa. Successfully operated for over 40 years. 35 rooms; modern heating and lighting; outstanding business or investment opportunity. See C. F. Reinckc, owner, or W. H. Burling, Realtor, Postville.—lc. FEED SALESMAN. Well known manufacturer has excellent opening for man with car to sell latest type Feeds and Supplements in this and nearby territory to farmers through dealers. Permanent, well paying position with opportunity for advancement. Give age and-past sales experience. Write International Sugar Feed Co., 3401 Hiawatha Ave., Minneapolis 6, Minn.—lc. For Sale—A new 40-ft. double chain elevator; complete: with wagon hoist. Falb Motor &. Imple-; ment Co., Postville.—lc. For Sale — Ladiest black^cloth- winter coat, trimmed with Persian lamb, size 40-42; in good condition 5 ; Phone 98-J, Postville.—lc. For Sale—80 crossbred year old hens; culled and laying; price $1.06; also one Duroc Jersey stock hog. Frank Lawson, R. 1, Postville.—lp. For Sale—Modern 8-room house in Postville; with 1V4 acres of land, near the Postville school house. Inquire at the Herald office for information as to owner .-^lp. For Sale—Privately owned 37 V-8 Coupe; 85-h. p.; especially clean; radio, heater, new engine, high speed axle. Inquire at Pontiac Garage, phone 118, Waukon, la.—lp. POSTVHXE BANKS TO CLOSE ARMISTICE DAY Because Armistice Day, Tuesday, November 11, is a legal holiday, the undersigned Postville banks will be closed all day. CITIZENS STATE BANK. POSTVILLE STATE BANK. .•• For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs. Choice boars; sire was winner at National Swine Show in Austin, Minn., in 1946. Emil Lembke, Luana, one mile south and one mile east of Luana school on rock road.—50tfc. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs;, dark red . color; well built, and real good farmers' hogs. W. A. Meyer, Castalia.—3p. For Sale — Enamelrtop kitchen table, with 2 chairs; baby stroller and child's tricycle. Louis A. Schmidt, phone 362-J, Postville—1 p. Wanted—Young man, high school graduate preferred, to learn retail trade in local store. Wonderful opportunity. Leave your name at the Herald office.—52c. For Sale—Hampshire boars and ilts; good bloodline; good medium packer type; long-time treated. Joseph H. Wander, Elgin; located 1% miles west ot Clermont on No. 18; call 4-F-16, thru Clermont—2p. For Sale—New'^and • used Grain Elevators, Corn Shredders and a limited amount of Bale Ties. One John Deere Model "B" on rubber with cultivators, in very good shape.. Mielke Mfg. & Sales Co., New Hampton, Iowa.—lc. WATERLOO LAUNDRY CO. DAILY PICKUP AND DELIVERY Bob Pearson Driver Farmer Salesman $15 to $25 and up Daily Demonstrate a Much Needed Different Farm Tool. Nothing like it. Every farmer wants it. Farm background helpful. Particulars promptly furnished. Write immediately about yourself, to The International Steel Company 2828 Lyndale Ave., South MINNEAPOLIS 8, MINNESOTA There's No Doubt— Payment by check is your champion in every bout about a bill. A "receipt" that can't be challenged, your cancelled check upholds your good credit, too. Have a checking account with us — and bank by mail. Member of the Federal Deposit Insurance Corp, Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Telephone No. 36 -J for pickup or leave at Neilly's •EEF HOGS Don't min this fat tlotk thow of prize winning beef <atlle, hogs and lambs from ttatt, county end rt glonal fairs ... Qvtr 300 •xhtbttorsl Sto marktt grading of llvostodt , . cartou domonstranons. anil fudging . . . (3,750 in prim to Junior and Adult showman. Bring thf wliolo family for the Hippodrome show Friday •venlng, Nov. 14 at 7:30 P.M. Writ* or call for fro* admission tickets for yourself and family for the evening thaw. 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