Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 10, 1947 · Page 7
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December 10, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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THE POSTVILLE HERALD; POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE SEVEN 1 Official Publication. NOTICE OF SPECIAL TOWN ELECTION BONO PROPOSITION Postville, Iowa D, you may be looking at world from the usual point. Yet, if you'll re­ gies you cherished as a and think back on the ~d playing the gramo wind-up phonograph, that a supply of tricky always the answer to boy or girl likes. 2k Buying, multitude of books on it's difficult to choose int given by Mrs. Alma "amily relationships and opment specialist, Iowa ~e, is to choose one the tly might enjoy. That an, she says, to pick old for little folks. It the books should have bugh humor, reality, ex- make mom or dad in• the stories too. Appearance—that makes "ence to children than guess. The color of the ters. Plenty of blues, : yellows — the primary "pear to young children, tint and lots of pictures, ould be large, prefer- 1 imals, children and other] miliar in their everyday H. D. COLE e it t i s t er Citizens State Bank Myers, M. D. e Over Huebncr's ' Telephones: -W Residence 188-X F. Schneider TERINARIAN 170 Postville, Iowa Iris Theatre Building h B. Steele RNEY-AT-LAW er Abernethy's' Store ephone No. 240 T. Kiesau, M.D. F. Kiesau, M.D. • Louis Schutte & Sons tly 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 Friday afternoons. Sat.—7 to 8:30 p. m. Special Interests. Small children often develop special interests in subjects which adults may think too old for them, Mrs.. Jones points out. Well-chosen books can encourage these interests. For guidance, on good" books to choose, the librarian and nursery- school, kindergarten or secondary school teachers can be of help. Among newer books which come very highly recommended for three to 6 -year-olds are: Wee Willow Whistle, The Little Carousel, Scuf- fy the Tugboat and His Adventures' Down the River, Holiday, Mrs. Mallard's Ducklings, Oley the Sea Monster, The Boats on the River, Timothy Turtle, China A to Z, Animal Hide and Seek, The Little Fire Engine, The Little Island, Linda Just Right, and When It Rained Cats and Dogs. Tried arid true story collections for parents to read to the younger set include: Told Under the Blue Umbrella, Stories to Begin On, The Two Bobbies, Favorite Stories Old and New, tind Another Here and Now Story Book. For poetry, The Golden Flute and also Very Young Verses are among the popular ones. As for records, these are always pood: A Hunt in the Black Forest. In a Clock Store, Waltz of the Teenie Doll. Hippopotamus Dance, Mosquito Dance. March of the Tin Soldiers, The Witch, March from the Nutcracker Suite, Cradle Song by Schubert, Sweet and Low, Brahms' Lullaby and many others. Take a child to a record store and let him browse among the many children's records. Mrs. Jones suggests. Then you'll have a clue to the records he will most enjoy. Look for some of the Mother Goose stories set to music. Ask the kindergarten teacher to give you some help, for she knows the records which have the approval of authorities in the child guidance field. Unfortunately, not all records and expensive albums listed for children are liked by them. PUBLIC NOTICE is hereby given that a Special Election of the legal electors of the Town of Postville, Iowa, has been ordered by the Town Council of said, Town, to be held in the Basement of Memorial Hall in said Town on the 30th day of December, 1947, between the hours of 6:00 o'clock A. M., and 8:00 o'clock P. M„ of said day, for the purpose of voting upon the following public treasure: "Shall the Town of "Postville, Iowa, establish a swimming pool in said Town on lands already owned by 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 upon the taxable property in said Town of Postville not exceeding 5 mills per annum for the payment of such bonds and the interest thereon?" i The polls at said election will open at 8:00 o'clock A. M. .and remain open until 8:00 o'clock P. M., at which time they will close. The polling place of said Town will be (as above stated) in the Basement of Memorial Hall in Postville, Iowa, at which time and place all of the qualified voters of said Town are hereby notified to appear.' This notice is given by order of the Town Council of the Town of Postville, Iowa, pursuant to a suf flcient Petition with the requisite signatures in accordance with Chap ter 407 of the 1946 Code of Iowa. Dated at Postviiie. Iowa, this fifth day of December, 1947. JOSEPH B. STEELE Town Clerk of the Town of Postville, Iowa Postville, Iowa WHY WE HAVE TRAFFIC LAWS. unoetv&TanDina IOWA cuiLDfeen !»onsoMO by rue 100* CUILP vetfAM WKftKM ration They often break down and spend it. If they do, parents can help them to start over again for the lessons in -saving are as valuable as the lessons in giving. Twenty-five cents saved up for Christmas is a good sum for the first step in a child's saving. WARREN KERNDT ENGAGED AS COUNTY 4-H ASSISTANT SAVING UP FOR CHRISTMAS. It is unlawful ' to operate a vehicle whose front seat is crowded to such an extent that passengers interfere with the driver's vision or with his freedom to manipulate vehicle controls. Overcrowding an automobile is sometimes done in a spirit of generosity and fun, and the driver doesn't realize that he's offering his passengers anything but a favor. Actually, he's placing them in a position of great danger, and he is shirking his responsibility to those who place their trust in him. The demands of modern traffic are so exacting that a driver needs full freedom to operate the controls of his car, and full vision to the front, both sides, and rear. When he forfeits these conditions which are so necessary to safe driving, he is inviting tragedy. No motorist who is aware of his responsibility as a driver will violate the state law which prohibits overloading a vehicle. Honeys vary in flavor and some may be stronger than others. Nutritionists say to add M to >,<< teaspoon soda to each cup of honey and reduce the. liquid in the recipe '/» cup for each cup of honey used. November through March are the lop months for fires in Iowa. Having furnaces and flues inspected and cleaned regularly is one way to prevent some of these fires. Deep litter helps to keep the laying house dry and clean during the winter, says Howard Bayles, Iowa State College assistant extension poultrymen. S SCHUTTE RD SCHUTTE trectors & Embalmers era For All Occasions ng & Palas RNEYS-AT-LAW r Postville State Bank OPSAHL lOFRACTOK Over Abernethy's 10 to M and 1 to 8 Wednesdays, Fridays Place Your Order Now For An . . . OIL HEATER which you can use- for heating garages, milk houses or your home. They are ideal for these purposes. Meyer's Four - County Hatchery Telephone No. ZH DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., DEC. 13 Music By VINCE WARREN'S BAND OPEN WEDNESDAY and SATURDAY NIGHTS COMING—SAT., DEC. 20th: THOSE SWINGTETS Ho matter how stomal mo w«afW, you'ro cozy and con tinted In mo wild comfort ond complete safely of Rock Mand'i mod*m eoctchoi, Smoom, d«- pandablo, on-timo transportation—with paaca of nlnd aU ttw wayl For travsl Information, rawrvatkm and tickets, atki W; G. LARSON : Local Afent ISLAND LINES This is the time of year when the six to twelve year olds haunt the dime stores. They are looking lor presents for mother and father. Twenty-five cents in a boys' pocket is a' good sum with which to practice giving. It is a real experience for a boy to by-pass all the wonderful boy treasures on the counters and select a pair of pear! earrings (price '10c) for his mother. Or for a little girl to buy a knife for daddy when the fifteen cents would purchase three books of doll cutouts. We hope mother and daddy will appreciate their gifts. The money, to be sure, is wasted if we look only at the money value of their presents. Ten cent earrings and fifteen cent knives are useless. The money is not wasted if we look at the learning values for the child. He is learning to give by giving. The gift giving season also highlights the importance of a regular money allowance for a child. If he is using his own money for his gifts, he is truly giving. A regular allowance is his own money. Many children start saving 5 cents a month from their allowance some time before the holidays. Warren Kerndt of Makee township, through the cooperation of Iowa State College Extension Service and Allamakee county Farm Bureau organization, has been employed as temporary 4-H assistant, taking over the duties of this work on Monday, November 24. Warren has excellent qualifications for this position, having 12 years experience as a 4-H member and for the past four years has served as county chairman of boys' club work. He is anxious to render all assistance possible to the 4-H organization of the county, including both boys and girls. Warren will also give immediate attention to requests for assistance in organization of new clubs. He will also help leaders of the various clubs now organized with their regular monthly meeting plans. He will give considerable attention for the. next two weeks in completing the county 4-H baby beef project records for the coming year. The baby beef project will close December 15. Therefore, all mem- mers who plan to feed a calf for the coming year must have their calf selected and on feed by Dec. 15. SOME SAY IT WITH FLOWERS . , . SOME SAY IT WITH CANDY . . WHY DON'T YOU SAY : MERRY CHRISTMAS with a ticket to hear Mrs. Ruth Bryan Owens Rohde UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY January 13 - - - 8:15 p. m. Adult Tickets—$2.00 including tax Write—Treasurer's Office . PAYETTE, IOWA GET ALL 3 IN GREEN COLONIAL'S [TROUBLE-FREE STOKERJ COMFORT— in all kinds of weather. ECONOMY —owners report fuel savings up to 20%. CONVENIENCE— trouble free; easy to operate; long life. TELEPHONE NO. 256 LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREEfl COLOniflL FURflACE SERVICE STAN STANLEY and his ORCHESTRA THE DANCIEST BAND IN THE LAND NBC — Radio Favorites — CBS SAT., DEC. 13 IN PERSON— LEO PIEPER AND HIS BAND - - Featuring - CHUCK BINDIG and ALECIA WALLACE Coming direct from 22 weeks at Donahue's in Mt. View, N. J. Broadcasting nightly on Mutual — Coast to Coast HIS IS THE BAND THAT ANSWERS YOUR DEMAND FOR TOPS. TUE., DEC. 16 LAKESIDE Guttenberg", Iowa Santa's representatives have been here and right now our two stores are packed with ideal items for Christmas giving. We have them displayed for easy shopping so you can readily find just the items you want. Come in now while our stocks are complete and while there's time to make the choice for the particular persons you have on your Christmas list. L. O. KOEVENIG Hardware Store Variety Store Firemen's Dance! LUANA OPERA HOUSE Friday, December 12 Music By TOM OWEN and his COWBOYS Sponsored by Luana Fire Department ATTENTION FARMERS! Until Further Notice $f> f\ 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 * Tankage for Sale to Farmers * We Pay All Phone Charges For Prompt Rendering Servicer Call ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 -r- or — . COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon, Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. 34V Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRenderingCo. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Sunderman City Service—Telephone No. 248 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55-J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. SO ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 2111 MONONA—Call Mr. Zieslcr—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVILLE—Call Rossville Locker Plant PRESERVATION Starts with Your EYES! Folks ore preserving tires and materials ... but most important of all art your eyes. Save thorn for the tutors. Have thorn examised today! 9, ^ GLASSES FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY F. W. NORDEN OPTOMETRIST Office Over Carter & Herman's Drug Store WAUKON, IOWA Office Hours: 9;08 to 12.-00 a. m. -:- 1:15 to 5:00 p. m. Evening* By Appointment. Closed Thursday Afternoon.

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