Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 31, 1947 · Page 7
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December 31, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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AY, DECEMBER 31, 1947 THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE SEVEN. ALL WORLD. lphia, Dr. Joseph Van­ ned with a patient, Dal- iily, a returned Mission- *r>'"?t , fl^ ned out tha * wnen Mr - ftyg^Kwas a boy of 13,, he had ••jMmMtan operation on a kitch- ***h tami'in Reinbeck, Iowa. The |0C ?6 ^#T» wielded the knife was )r VWldfueer 's father, a former (aidtpCk ph> ician. It look* as though commercial , Ttillkar supplies may be short 't .'ext apring ;•• So you'll be wise to llmUy fertiliser whenever it is available thi«T Winter. IJ ^ltce Your Order Now For An . . . OIL HEATER i ^wftSijfcyou can use for r J^img garages, milk £&pqicg or your home. They are ideal for these purposes. ^ Meyer's S (« t \J. ' Your - County ' Hatchery . t Wtphone No. 234 — tf \ . TL , ft ipen liti 2 yt ithsii * In WARM AIR ' 5 ' f HEATING IIIILX NUN COLONML'S MWD SAT « FURNACE Toff<PMHty, plus care in plan- ttS|nlBit«ll«tioni auurea bout! i£4ii;«i|J»n> COMFORT. trmkMsfpy, and CONVEN- There it a COLO' Furnace for all tize all type* of fuel. HONE NO. 256 S L. HILL ILLE, IOWA :] COLOniflL • ACE SERVICE ^H. D. COLE e n t i s t |r Citizens State Bank lifeMyers, M. D. Over Hucbner's Telephones: W Residence 188-X 6! F. Schneider 'VETERINARIAN «j§ HO Postvllle, Iowa ris Theatre Building »h B. Steele >RNEY-AT-LAW fer Abernethy's Store shone No. 240 , Kiesau, M.D. _, Kiesau, M.D. (ILouls Schutte A Sona lly 9 to 12 and 1 to S Friday afternooni. I'Sat.—7 to 8:30 p. m. nen SCHUTTE ID SCHUTTE ectora & Embalmera For All Occaalona ig & Palas INEYS-AT-LAW Postville State Bank *Y .i OPSAHL JPRACTOR >ver AbemeUty'a to It and 1 to 5 fetoesaay*, Friday a I FRANKVILLE ^ __ : Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook spent Christmas in Cresco at. the Roy Dunning home. Mrs. Carl Letchford has been on the sick list for several days at her home in Frankville. i Mrs. Edna Bollman was a Christmas dinner guest at the home of Mrs. Harriet Letchford in Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russelt, Keith and Marilyn were visitors at the Roy Kneeskern home Christmas day. Margaret and Lila Mae Stegen are spending their Christmas vacation in Waterloo with their sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Kneeskern nnd family and Laurice Peterson of Preston. Minn., were dinner guests Christmas at the Roy Kneeskern home. John and Robert Broghammer of Loras Academy in Dubuque are spending their Christmas vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Will Broghammer. Mr. and Mrs. George Allen and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schweinefus joined other members of the family for a Christmas dinner at the Orville Ruen home in Decorah. Clarence Haugen of Janeseville, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Jas. Babou- rek and Gloria of Calmar were dinner guests at the home of Mrs. Margaret Haugen on Christmas day. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Thomas and family of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Ruen and family were dinner guests Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pilgrim. Mr. and Mrs. Halvor Myren, Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Peck and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Upton Peck and family were dinner guests Christmas day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Leland Stegen of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Vokes and family and Manford Stegen and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Sullivan and family of Ridgeway were Christmas guests in the Hans Stegen home. For farmers who do not have permanent silos, temporary silos are the easy, inexpensive, practical solution to the soft corn problem. Trench silos are usually more satisfactory than other types, although more labor is required to dig them, says C. H. Van Vlack, agricultural engineer at Iowa State College. The farm population in the United States in January, 1947, was 27,500,000, according to a report of the federal Bureau of-Agricultural Economics. « * * * * If you want more eggs from your hens this winter, put lights in the laying house. ALFALFA SEED DOWN IN PRICE, RED CLOVER UP The most drastic change in the outlook for legume seed for next year's planting is the difference between red clover and alfalfa prices. Prices to growers for red clover seed are higher than at any time since 1919. A rise of $4.50 per hundred pounds from Oct. 15 to Nov. 15 brought the price up to $47.83. Chief reason for this is the reduction in carryover supplies, according to Ed Dyas, extension agronomist at Iowa State College. Growers were receiving $24.17 per hundred pounds for alfalfa seed on Nov. 15, $1.34 more than a month earlier. Alfalfa seed prices are down from 1946, even though this year's production is under last year, Dyas says, because carryover is higher than usual. Dyas emphasizes that care should be taken in purchasing alfalfa seed. If it is produced in the southern area, it is not hardly under Iowa conditions. Production of northern and central-grown seed, which is adapted to our conditions, is down 11 percent from last year. Under such price conditions, it is a good opportunity to build up our alfalfa acreage, Dyas suggests. Alfalfa can also be mixed with red clover on soils that are well-drained or are not acid. BEEF OUTPUT TO BE CUT MORE THAN PORK IN '48 Low-priced seed may prove'cost­ ly in the long run. Pay enough to get a good grade of clean seed when buying grass and legume seed for next year's planting, says E. P. Sylwester, Iowa State College plant pathologist. * • • • • One hundred hens will eat more than 4>/4 tons of feed each year. Throughout all of the season and especially at this time ... we wish you and those you love a very HAPPY AND PROSPEROUS NEW YEAR W .J. HANKS YOUR JEWELER l!ll!l!illi|]il|illlllfilillillllliiiillllllllf Put Your Chickens on PURINA FAMILY FLOCK LAYING MASH $5.65 per 100 pounds We can fill your orders for Hog and Dairy Feeds MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa ATTENTION FARMERS! Until Further Notice $ *> f\ We WiU Pay Up To FOR DEAD HORSES and COWS (HIDES MUST BE GOOD) And Your Assurance of— * Prompt Service on AH Small Animals * Free Gifts for Small Animals * Sanitary'Removal * 24 Hour Service * Tankage for Sale to Farmers * We Pay AU Phone Charges For Prompt Rendering Service, Call ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon, Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. M Beef output seems headed for a sharper cut in 1948 than pork, with the result that cattle prices may again be high, relative to hog prices, in coming years, predicts Francis Kutish, Iowa State College farm economist. Kutish points out that cattle numbers are down and will probably continue to decline the next few years. There are about 8 million fewer head in the country now than at the January 1945 peak. Most of this drop has been in the western Corn Belt and the southern and western states. Slaughter of steers will set a new record during 1947, says Kutish. Cow numbers are down, too, but there are still enough beef cows to make a large calf crop in 1948. There won't be as many big cattle coming off ranges next year, however. This decline will mean a shrinking beef output for several years, Kutish thinks. Cow and heifer slaughter, especially, will slump once farmers and ranchers start rebuilding their herds. Overcrowding your laying flock reduces egg production. PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Harold H. Stone, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee Courrty, and that Janu- DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa NEW YEAR'S EVE Pete Dougherty's BAND SAT., JAN. 3 MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS COMING—SAT., JAN. 10th: RHYTHM RAMBLERS ary 12th, 1948, has been set for hearing the proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (SEAL) seal of said Court this 15th day of December, 1947. O. H. FOSSUM, Clerk of District Court. By: Lloyd R. Kolsrud, Deputy, Attorneys for Estate, Burling & Palas, Postville, la. Dairy calves should be fed whole milk until they are three weeks old. Then they can be changed over to skimmilk. This change must be made gradually. Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US Postville Rendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Sunderman City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. S5-J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 2111 MONONA—Call Mr. Zlegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVnXE—Call Rossville Locker Plant SALE I will sell at Public Auction at my farm, located 1 Vi miles northwest of Postville, on good graveled road, on FRIDAY, JANUARY 2 Starting at 10:30 o'clock sharp A Lunch Stand will be on the grounds. 19 Head Shorthorn Cattle Consisting of 12 Cows, to freshen from January to April; 1 three-year-old Heifer; 3 two-year-old Heifers; 2 Spring Calves; 1 Purebred Shorthorn Bull. 4 HEAD OF HORSES Bay Team, 12 years old, weight 1600 each; Western Mare, 15 years old, weight 1150 lbs.; Bay Mare 8 years old, weight 1400 lbs. BOONE OATS, CORN AND LOOSE HAY About 450 bu. New Boone Oats; About 475 bu. Old Boone Oats; About 400 bu. of Old Corn; About 100 bu. of New Corn. 25 tons Loose Clover and Timothy Hay. Farming Machinery and Equipment John Deere Model B Tractor on rubber, with Cultivator; John Deere Model D Tractor on steel; 22x38 McCormick-Deering Threshing Machine, in good shape; 20-ft. Grain Elevator; John Deere 3-Bottom Plow; Janesville 7-ft. Tandem Disc; McCormick-Deering 7-ft. Disc; 3-Section Drag; 7-ft. Buckeye Seeder; John Deere Corn Planter, with tongue truck and fertilizer attachment; John Deere Web Hay Loader; C. B. Q. Side Rake; Hay Tedder; Dump Rake; Minnesota Mower; Horse- Power Hay Baler; 6-ft. Deering Grain Binder; McCormick-Deering Corn Binder; 14-in. Stubble Plow; Walking Corn Plow; New Ideal Manure Spreader; Hammer King Hammermill; McCormick-Deering Hammermill; 3-section Spring Tooth Harrow; Corn Shelter; 5 Wagons; 3 Wagon Boxes; 2 Double and 1 Single Box, new; 2 Hay Racks; Hog Rack; Hog Crate; Side Boards; 2 Bobsleds, 1 good as new; 2 Buggies; 4 Sets Harness; Horse Collars; DeLaval No. S-17 Separator, with motor; Surge Milker with electric motor and pumps, 2 units, with pipeline; Shotgun Cans; 2 ten-gallon Cream Cans; Babcock Tester, 4 bottles; Sheep Shear; Fanning Mill; 2 h.p. Motor; Grindstone; 100 feet of 7-inch Belt; 50-ft. Hammermill Belt; Other Short Belts; Block and Tackle; Hog Waterer; Wood Saw; Woven Wire Stretcher; Some Tools; 3 Oil Barrels; Maytag Engine; Grain Sacks; Horse Blankets;. Pump Jack; 1000 lb. Platform Scale, and many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—Walnut Estey Organ; 2 China Cupboards; Kitchen Cabinet; Set of Six Chairs; 2 Rockers; 2 Small Tables; Some Dishes; Telephone, and many other articles. Terms of Sale will be Cash unless arrangements are made with clerk before sale. MRS. LOUISA HEINS EATON WATERS, Auctioneer POSTVILLE STATE BANK, Clerk

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