Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 10, 1947 · Page 2
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December 10, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. THE POSTVILLB HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA BE OUR GUESTS AJ THE IRIS THEATRE ON Saturday, December 20 Two Fine Films Two Sparkling Shows "LIFE WITH BLONDIE" — and — "RETURN OF RUSTY" First show at 1 :30 p. m. for all children under high school age. Second show at 3:30 p. m. for high school children. TICKETS FOR THIS TREAT ARE FREE! To obtain tickets each child must call in person at our store. The tickets will be available now and until the capacity of two full houses has been issued. Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern Iowa lllllllllHllllliaUIDIIIMIIIHIllllllllllilll You will always find Quality Meats at our market, in all the choicest cuts . . . and for the holiday season we are carrying an extra large stock of Salmon, Sardines in Mustard-or Tomato Sauce, Shrimp, and other delicacies. Postville Bakery Products always on hand and featured here. Postville Meat Market Telephone No. 233 Joseph J. Braun, Prop. The Sweetest Gift .of All... On your Christmas list you'll find several spots where Candy will convey the kind of gift you'll want to give this year. Our rich, creamy boxed chocolates and bon bons, made by such famous candy kitchens as Bunte's, Schrafft's and Johnston's make the ideal gift . . . and right now we have a good selection to choose from. Have You Seen Our New RCA-Victor Radios? THE PALM "The Leading Candy Store In Postville" POSTVILLE TOWN COUNCIL HOLDS REGULAR MEETING 4.04 2.00 The regular monthly meeting of the Town Council of Postville was held at the Council Rooms, Memorial Hall, Friday, December 5, 1947, at 7:30 o'clock P. M„ with Mayor M. C. Deering presiding. All the councilmen were present, except Councilman Olson. The minutes of the regular meeting 6f the Council held November 7, 1947, and the adjourned regular meeting of the Council held November 14, 1947, were read and approved. The monthly reports of the Clerk, Treasurer, Marshal, Street Commissioner and Waterworks Superintendent were read and approved. The following claims were presented, approved and ordered paid: General Fund: Postville Herald, publications and printing ; ...$ 21.55 Donald Martindale, use of car .>. 25.00 W: H. Behrens Co., dirt moving ; 13.06 Donald Martindale, salary .... 122.20 Joseph B. Steele, salary and exDenses _ 42.57 Reinhardt Case Implement Co., trucking 12 00 Otto Appel, police dutv 24.75 Waterworks Fund: Fred G. Lange, labor $ 12.00 Interstate Power Co., pumping 124.44 Interstate Power Co., pump house lights 1.02 National Aluminate Corp., supplies 50.17 Harold Flack, labor 8.00 H. A. Lange, salary and postage 151.33 Memorial Hall Fund: Otto Appel. hall duty $ 4.95 Harold's Cash Grocery, supplies Interstate Power Co., lights.'. Sewer Fund: Interstate Power Co., pumping , $ 4.45 John L. Gregg & Sons Lumber Co., supplies 75.68 Fred Ruckdaschel, refund sewer tile 58.88 Llovd Schultz," labor 25:65 Grading and Dragging Fund: Falb Motor & Implement Co., repairs and labor $ 12.76 Allamakee County, grading .. 22.50 J. P. Ellis, repairs and labor.. 39.10 Ricker's Super Service, gas and oil 8.86 Arno Jones, salary 130,80 Otto Appel, salary 163.00 Light Fund: Interstate Power Co., street lights $ 79.46 Street Construction Fund: James Tharp, dirt moving $102.00 Emergency Fund: Francis Padden. salary 132.50 Fire Fund: Cook's Shell Station, gas and oil $ 13.62 Upon motion duly made and seconded, the following resolution was introduced: RESOLUTION CALLING SPECIAL ELECTION ON THE PROPOSITION WHETHER THE TOWN OF POSTVILLE. IOWA, SHALL ES, TABLISH A SWIMMING POOL. AND DIRECTING THE CLERK OF SAID TOWN TO PUBLISH NOTICE OF SAID ELECTION. WHEREAS, a certain written uetition has been presented to the Town Council of the Incorporated Town of Postville, Iowa, said petition requesting the said Council to submit to the electors of said Town the proposition of establishing a swimming pool in said Town, to incur indebtedness for said purpose and to issue bonds and make provisions for the payment thereof with interest, and WHEREAS, the Council of the said Town of Postville, Iowa, has canvassed said petition and the facts in connection therewith, and determined that seventy -one (71) persons voted at the last regular municipal election held in the said Town of Postville. Iowa, and that the said petition is signed by 119 Qualified electors of the said Town of Postville, Iowa, and WHEREAS, the Council has found that said petition was signed by qualified electors of the said Town of Postville, Iowa, in a number equal to twenty-five percent of those who voted at the last preceding regular municipal election in said Town, and WHEREAS, the. content of the petition has been studied and found sufficient: NOW. THEREFORE, BE IT RESOLVED by the Town Council of the Town of Postville, Iowa, that the. said petition is sufficient in form and signed by the requisite number« of qualified electors of said Town. BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that a soecial election shall be held in the Town of Postville, Iowa, on the 30th day of December, 1947. said election to be held at the Basement of Memorial Hall in said Town, and the polls to be open from eight o'clock A. M., until eight o'clock P. M.. on said day. and that at said special election there shall be submitted to the electors of the said Town of Postville to be b^ them voted upon, the following public measure: . "Shall the Town of Postville, Iowa, establish a swimming pool in said Town on lands already owned bv said Town, and contract indebtedness for such purpose not exceeding $50,000.00, and issue bonds for such purpose not exceeding $50,000 00. and levy tax annually imon the taxable property in said Town of Postville not exceeding 5 mills per annum for the payment of such bonds and the interest thereon?" BE IT FURTHER RESOLVED that the Town Clerk be and he is hereby authorized and directed to give ' notice of said election by publication once each week for three consecutive weeks in the Postville Herald, a newspaper published in the said Town of Postville. Iowa, which notice shall specify the time and place of said election and shall in all other respects comply with the statutes of the State of Iowa. Passed and approved this fifth day of December. 1947. M. C. Deering, Mayor. Attest: Joseph B. Steele. Town Clerk. Upon call of the roll the vote on the above resolution was as follows: Ayes, Ruckdaschel, Schroeder, Gregg and .Overland. Navs: none. The Mayor thereupon declared the resolution duly adopted. Upon motion duly made and seconded the meeting sdiourped. Joseph B. Steele, Town Clerk M. C. Deering, Mayor. Destruction of Mice Will Save Much Grain Small but mighty—mighty big destroyers of grain is what Iowa State College extension entomologist Harold Guhdcrscn says of mice in Iowa. Mice not only destroy grain on farms and in elevators, they contaminate food in grocery stores and in the home. They chew holes in feed sacks and are carriers of such diseases as infectious jaundice and possibly endemic typhus. To control mice in the house. Gu'nderson recommends trapping. Poison will eradicate them, but it seldom works fast enough to kill the mice before they get into places where they can't be readied. In barns and granaries a few kernels of poisoned wheat or oats sprinkled on runways or s in holes will do the'trick. Strychnine is the recommended poison. Commercial arsenic-containing liquids is suggested for elevators where all water can be shut off from the mice. Sparrows, which carry mites and build fire-hazard nests, can also be controlled with strychnine-treated grain. Best results are obtained if untreated grain is scattered on sills and other sparrow roosting places a .few days prior to the poisoning. Care should be taken not to scatter poison grain where other birds can eat it. STRANGE COW. When Harlan Hunter of near New London started for the barn one day last week he noticed that the cattle were bawling and that there was considerable confusion in the barn yard. A large buck deer, mingling with the stock, took one look at Mr. Hunter, then jumped away and skipped into the brush. PRANKSTER? Tired and weary after a hard day's work. Mrs.: Melvin Pratt of Spencer received a phone call the other evening. A man's voice told her that she had won $1,000 on the "pot o' gold" program. She has received no money and it appears the call was the work of a prankster. . IS 101. At Sibley last month, Hans Rohlfsen celebrated his 101st birthday. Mr. Rohlfson is still sprightly and last summer put in and tended a sizeable garden. All of his children, for the first time in 10 years, gathered at Sibley for the occasion. Tutogfieotrteu) HOOVER The new Hoover Triple -Action Cleaner and toe new Hoover Cylinder Cleaner. See them today! Hoover Triph-Action Cloanor with exclusive "Positive Agitation" (// beats . . . as it sweeps .. . as it cleans") keeps colors fresh, rugs clean. Prolongs rug life. Saves your time, and your back, too. Cleaning tools plug in instantly. Model 28— $69.93. Cleaning tools— $11.00. Thm now Hoover Cylinder C/aonor— cleans by powerful suction. New idea in dirt disposal—the Dirt Ejector. Your bands never touch the dirt. Just press toe release, dirt shakes out. Handles on top and end for easy carrying and storing. Complete with cleaning tools, including Mothimizer and sprayer— $79.50. Cdme in today and see these great new Hoover Cleaners or phone us/or a home demonstration. No obligation. Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Stock of Furniture In Northeast Iowa WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER i,J iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitii Basketbalf Postville High School Gymnasium Tuesday, December If Opening Tipoff at 7:30 P. M. | FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS Fayette vs. Postville SUPPORT THE FIGHTING PIRATES! |f Always a powerhouse in the League, FayettM*| will offer stiff opposition to our Pirates. ComsfSfej out and lend your support to the home team.^^ iiiiHiiiinniinrniiirimjimiwniiittiiiirTnsuniniiiniiinniimrjisiW ^^p^^ lllllllll HERALD ADVERTISING BRINGS • RESULUgg the He FOR THE CHILDREN Sleds Games Toys Tricycles Kiddie Car Basketballs Baseball Gloves Christmas Tree Lights Bicycles Pocket Knives Wagons Baseballs Softballs Ball Bats FOR THE LADIES Presto Cookers Medicine Cabinets Electric Irons Steam-O-Matic Irons Electric Heating Pads Electric Hot Plates Electric Heaters General Electric Dish Washers Door Chimes Bottled Gas Stoves Pin-Up Lamps Copper Bottom Revere Ware Club Aluminum Ware Pyrex Ware Kitchen Stools Ironing Boards Clothes Hampers Billfolds Table Lamps Dresser Lamps Electric Water Heaters Light Fixtures FOR THE MEN Tools Tool Grinders Blow Torches Outboard Motors Billfolds Electric Shavers Safety Razors Pocket Knives Flash Lights Electric Lanterns Desk Lamps Field Glasses Amunition Tool Boxes MAYTAG WASHING MACHINE! Maytag, a great name in washing machine*. Place your order now for future deliver! Why not order your Frigidaire no« We have been making deliveries ever month. Be sure with two great name" Frigidaire and General Motors. Frigidaire is made only by General Motof HOTH BROS. HARDWARE HEATING - HARDWARE - PLUMBING Telephone No. 229 riAJMHiM, Postville, M

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