Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 12, 1947 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 12, 1947
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THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA INESDAV, NOVEMBER 12, 1041. PAGE SEVEW 1 ithe Herald's Homemakers by Iowa State College Home Economists \'& Share The Bounty Of— •UR NATIONAL FOOD CUPBOARD rk [ sere a homcmaker who, when fcomes to pay the grocery bill, I 't bemoan the high cost of is there a homcmaker in the Iwho won't set her Thanksgiv- jible this year with most of the that tradition has taught t-TOH— ttMix m undwoms And r You Ctshl Soltbury't AVI-TON is a nvenient flock treatment for noval of largo roundworm* cecal worms of chickenti •at your flock rogularly— t»p birds healthy aijd productive! W« Also Hav* Dr. Solsbury'i ROTA-CAPS— and Oth.r N*«d» , MEYER'S iur-County Hatchery W. Myers, M. D. S<S.fjt! OHice Over Huebner's ^f&f Telephones: IrftMice 188-W Residence 18S-X Uie ;irc di- 15. ne.s red »r<- ed; rop tad be 93!), mp, for ttle ood ms. R. F. Schneider VETERINARIAN ine No. 170 Postville, Iowa {•^MHcc In Iris Theatre Building j/Joseph B. Steele ATTORNEY-AT-LAW ce'Over Abernethy's Store Telephone No. 240 1F. W. Kiesau, M.D. IM.F. Kiesau, M.D. Te over Louis Schutte ft Sons fcs—Dally 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 Kcept Friday afternoons. I. and Sat.— 7 to 8 :30 p. m. OUIS SCHUTTE LLARD SCHUTTE iral Directors & Embalmers Flowers For All Occasions erk urling & Palas UTORNEVB-AT-LAW Over Postville Slate Bank T. OPSAHL CHWOPBACTOB iBIce Over Abernethy's Lrs: 10 to It and 1 to 5 lays, Wednesdays, Fridays Food to Be Had. A look at Uncle Sam's cupboard shows it far from bare, although some foods are desperately needed overseas. There's sugar to be had in ample supply—enough to cook up lots of goodies for' the holiday season. There are ample supplies of frozen and canned vegetables, and generous amounts of fresh and dried fruit, cereals, and legumes, such as beans. Of course, it's hard to feed a family when the budget will allow for meat only a few times a week Jewel Graham, extension nutritionist, Iowa "State College, says it's' only natural for folks to talk about needing meat to eat because they've been basing their diets on meat for years. But it's often appetite not hunger that makes people crave a steak, or pork chops, or even hamburgers.- They can get along with less meat aided by other protein- rich foods and be just as healthy— but it's been customary to eat meat. Less Meat Saves Wheat. Now the more meat that folks keep on eating, the more grain it takes to feed the animals for the market. And, like "the "house that Jack built," the more grain it takes to fatten livestock for the market, the less grain can be sent overseas to save^ whole nations from starvation. Reports show that one bushel of wheat, when used for feed, equals 41-4 pounds of butter, 4v4 pounds of beef, 6 !i pounds of chicken, .8% pounds of pork and lard. GMs dozen eggs. As for food-buying habits, many folks do not realize the quantities of different foods they buy regularly at the grocery store—even if they are fortunate enough to raise meat, poultry, eggs and other products at home. A recent survey showed that farm families spend more than their city neighbors for flour, cocoa, sugar, molasses and sorghum, baking powder, yeast, cornstarch, prunes, peanut butter, tapioca, rice, cereals, crackers and cookies. They also buy more bulk foods such as butter, cheese, jelly, jams .and preserves. This is readily understandable since farm families eat all of their meals at home. It's well for us all to remember that careful buyman- ship is needed if hungry people elsewhere are to be fed. NOTICE OF INCORPORATION Laying hens don't damp, cold buildings. thrive in NOTICE IS HEREBY GIVEN that on the 16th day of October, 1947, the Secretary of the State of Iowa issued Certificate of Incorporation to POSTVILLE QUALITY POODS, with principal place of business at Postville, Allamakee County, Iowa. The general nature of the business shall be: To buy, grade, preserve, process, package, and sell all types of farm livestock and produce, at retail or wholesale, and to buy said livestock and produce for resale generally; to manufacture, grade, process, package, preserve, sell and generally market all and various by-products which may be obtained from the processing, curing and packing of said farm livestock and produce; to make, patent and sell all and various .types and kinds of food products generally; to purchase, erect, operate, maintain, lease and control a packing plant or plants, food products plant or plants, warehouses, allied buildings, and buildings of every description, and to buy, retain, sell, convey, lease, market, incorporate and improve such real estate, buildings and personal property as the business may require or as may be convenient for its operations: to prepare and publish such circulars, statements, bulletins and. periodicals as it may require; to borrow money for the furtherance of corporate business and to give security therefor; and to do and perform, either for itself or its stockholders, any and all acts and things, and to have and exercise any and all powers as may be necessary and convenient to accomplish any or all of the foregoing purposes or as may be permitted by the provisions of the laws under which this corporation is formed, and to exercise any of Its powers anywhere. The authorized capital stock is $200,000.00, to be divided into (a) 1000 shares of preferred stock of the par value of $100.00 each, and (b) 1000 shares of common stock of the par value of $100.00 each. The preferred stock is guaranteed a four percent (4%) dividend for each year, payable in full with accumulations before any dividend is set aside or declared JEor any common stock of the corporation; the preferred stock has full priority over the common stock as to payment of the par value of the stock and accumulated dividends in the event of liquidation or dissolution of the- corporation; the preferred stock has no voting power, except that upon default in the payment of two (2) consecutive annual dividends upon preferred stock, the holders of the preferred stock, voting separately as a class, are entitled to elect a majority of the full Board of Directors; the preferred stock is further protected by provision against further issues of preferred stock or any other security convertible into shares which rank prior'to or in a parity with preferred stock as to dividends and as to assets on liquidation or dissolution, unless in each case authorized by an affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds o'f the total number of thares of preferred stock then outstanding, given by vote at a stockholders' meeting called for the particular purpose; and the corporation is under obligation to establish a sinking fund in the year 1951 for the purpose of retiring outstanding preferred stock at 100% of par value plus accumulated dividends, and must retire preferred stock outstanding as such funds are available in the said sinking fund. All stock when issued to be fully paid for in cash or property as provided by the laws of the State of M Iowa; and when issued, all shares-f] shall be fully paid and forever non­ assessable. The corporation may commence business when $50,000.00 of common stock has been issued. The corporate period of the corporation to begin October 16, 1947, and to continue for a term of twenty (20) years thereafter, with power of renewal, unless sooner dissolved by an affirmative vote of not less than two-thirds of all stock, both common and preferred, then outstanding. The affairs of the corporation to be conducted by a Board of Directors of not less than five nor more than seven directors to be elected annually at the annual meeting of stockholders to be held on the third Monday in January of each year. The officers of the corporation shall be a President. Vice President, Secretary, Treasurer, and such other officers as the Board of Directors may from time to time determine; officers to be elected by the Board of Directors each year at the Directors' annual meeting following the annual meeting of stockholders. Until the first annual meeting in 1948, the following persons shall constitute the Board of Directors: Fred W. Groth, Postville, Iowa Dorothy Groth, Postville, Iowa W. H. Burling, Postville, Iowa M. F. Kiesau, Postville, Iowa Ed McNeil, Postville,; Iowa Lloyd Schroeder, Postville, Iowa Willard Schutte, Postville, Iowa Until the first annual meeting in 1948, the following persons shall constitute the Officers: . President, Fred W. Groth Vice President, W. H. Burling Secretary and Treasurer, Dorothy Groth. The private property of the stockholders shall be exempt from corporate debts. Dated at Postville, Iowa, October 25 1947 POSTVILLE QUALITY FOODS Fred W. Groth, President. Dorothy Groth, Secretary and Treasurer. BURLING & PALAS, P. O. Address: Postville, Iowa JOSEPH B. STEELE, P. O. Address: Postville, Iowa Attorneys For Corporation. CRANBERRY CROP GOOD. A bountiful crop means that cranberries- are probably within your budget's limitations for this fall and winter. They'll be on the market well into December. There'll be a ready use for jars of cranberry sauce—in salads, as relish, in desserts. It's still good company too, reminds Jewel Graham, Iowa State College nutritionist, for chicken as well as turkey, and for baked ham, pork, lamb or veal. ' - V Last'year about two-thirds of the very large cranberry crop was commercially processed, chief products being jellied and whole cranberry sauce, orange-cranberry marmalade, and cranberry juice cocktail. An early check of your corn picker is especially important this year with labor and time so valuable. IN PERSON! The Band That Has All America Dancing . . . Presenting TINY HILL AND HIS FAMOUS MUSIC "America's Biggest Bandleader" Thur.,Nov.l3 GRAND MASQUERADE BALL — with — LES HARTMANN and His WMt Iowa Cornhuskers $50.00 IN PRIZES GIVEN AWAY! Grand March at 11:00 o'clock The Masquerade you have all been asking and waiting for! SAT., NOV. 15 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa WEAR GLASSES Feel and Look Like A Million Are you missing some of nature's grandeur? Does poor vision handicap you socially? The right glasses are what you may need! F. W. NORDEN OPTOMETRIST Office Over Carter & Herman's Drug Store WAUKON, IOWA Office Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 a. Evenings By Appointment. m. -:- 1:15 to 5:00 p. m. Closed Thursday Afternoon. *20 ATTENTION FARMERS! Until Further Notice We Will Pay Up To FOR DEAD HORSES and COWS (HIDES MUST BE GOOD) And Your Assurance of— * Prompt Service on All Small Animals * Free Gifts for Small Animals * Sanitary Removal * 24 Hour Service f * Tankage for Sale to Farmers * We Pay All Phone Charges For Prompt Rendering Service, Call ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 • 'T- or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukbn, Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. » . _ . , .„ 7i , ..... SALE As I am moving to Minnesota, I will sell at Public Auction, on the Lena B. Hecker farm, SVz miles northwest of Postville, 4% miles northeast of Castalia on Thursday, Nov. 20th Sale to start at 1:00 o'clock p. m., sharp 3 Head of Horses Consisting of 1 Gray Mare, 16 years old; 1 Black Mare, 14 years old, and 1 Bay Gelding, 8 years old 700 Bales of Good Timothy Hay Farm Machinery, Etc. B John Deere Tractor, with power lift and lights, 3 years old; John Deere Cultivator, in good shape, bought with tractor 3 years ago; McCormick-Deering 8-ft. Grain Binder; McCormick-Deering Corn Binder, 3 years old; John Deere Corn Planter, 2 years old; John Deere 5-ft. Mower, 3 years old; a McCormick-Deering Side Rake; McCormick-Deering Manure Spreader; McCormick-Deering all-steel push Hay Loader, 5 years old; light draft Kentucky single 8-ft. Disc Drill, with a grass seed attachment; 3-sec. Wood Drag; Garden Cultivator; J. I. Case 12-ft. Tractor Disc; Spring Tooth Harrow; 2 steel wheel Wagons, one in very good condition; Hay Rack, 8x14, in fine shape; combination Box and Wood Rack; Feed Bunk; Bobsled; 30-bu. Self Feeder; mineral Self Feeder; Stub Tongue; Machine Eveners and Wagon Eveners; Set Heavy Harness; Set Good Harness, and many other articles top numerous to mention. Terms of Sale will be Cash unless arrangements are made with Clerk before sale. Hardy Jensen, Prop. EATON WATERS, Auctioneer POSTVILLE STATE BANK, Clerk

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