Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 21, 1948 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 21, 1948
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JANUARY tl, MM. THE POSTVILLE HERALD.' POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE THEEK Church 1 ?! The Ben >. 'ambeer famil&j'last to the Henry Welsch Kh , e Legion basketball a like team from Friday night, 45 to just about all the at the Elgin corn k, including the jpGeorge Brainard of Jhave a son at their fthem Monday. And Blighter was born to jtpe Evans. Suckdaschcl, 56, mo- fidren and a native of township, passed &iThe funeral services nesday in St. Paul's rand Henry Schwei- ilar young people of itmunity, were marshy Rev. Cox. They gthe Wm. Schweine- was arrested by Bellows in Post^ lie. hn ptjn, sentenced to hang UcGMIor^ports 40 degrees be js Monday morning, id (hey FeJKjVt that 40 years ago at day jtkeSjiercury registered 42 low toftviip this week's chilly •Either if B^record low there. PllOebe Bjlfpt and Morris Ma. tin of Columbia, Mo., were mar- lAlld SAIllrtW^at McGregor. The Wi Be i« • dlUghtci of Mr. and Mrs. %andt" of this city. The ""•Jplp. will live in Cedar Rapids. CM Jtfcfyetl i'-Bros. Ed and Dan, d two carloads of fat steers in Icago last;week\ that brought :ru the tupfpricc of $8.50 per cwt. e weair before they shipped two » of riogl to the Chicago market. Fifty ^Years Ago. From the Files ic" published in FeeMlljl Jan. 27, 1898. LVpfe ^Taylor and her son s^feNggHg^win Wednesday to llfcttre home. Wallis, is in ChU ilvisiting in the home W. W. Mott. Srs Wednesday pur- of timberland from •for $20 per acre. |fcr expects to quit jgggjjg-Jkess and is offering •aWJpiiAijpck of footwear at a ionth -old son of Mr. araajOBW* °' Meyer P ass ed • T, >MBi n 'g"t- The couple SJtom .#HtHe one a year ago. lie jmnm by the Bethel IKsYgMljinters was a great suc- H aJUfUS^yproceeds were applied • i ifht 'at^ajjfeof Rev. Dickensheet: f. C. liWlngood, 49, well known •I townahip farmer, passed away 'gjweetji^it his home north of jb. Bllful was in Carrithers >A'<jttolT Saprday afternoon. Be Poatrille creamery manu- Wad bulbar valued at $3,327.09 fall December, and farmers re- IB tMftOjf: The average price WWc' "^hri Gordon was again crfora- and H,^buttermaker for the an, A. L. Rasmusen, jof his fine farms for rdware and an es- in Webster City ; conduct. This deal ss of a substantial but we wish him Isleighing here since ffall of last weekend, par the worst storm By reason of the stock trains on the jilroad were aban- so livestock in the to be taken back belter from the cold. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R.Xudwis, Pastor The senior choir will rehearse Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock at at the church. •The confirmation class will meet Saturday morning at 9 o'clock in the assembly room. ' The junior choir will rehearse Saturday afternoon at 2 o'clock at the church.. Church School service and adult Bible class Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. The sound film, "Beyond Our Own," will be shown as part of the service. The jService Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject, "Life, Labour and Reward." The annual meeting of the congregation will be held Sunday afternoon at 2 o'clock in the assembly, room. The reports of the officers and organizations for the past year will be presented, members- elected to the church council and plans made for the coming year. The annual meeting will be preceded by the usual picnic dinner in the fellowship hall. The Luther League will meet Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room for a social evening. All young people of the congregation and others interested are invited to attend. The church council will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock. At this meeting the council will elect officers and organize for the coming year. A dinner at 6:30 o'clock in the fellowship hall will precede the meeting. The annual banquet and meeting of the Lutheran Welfare Society of northeastern Iowa will be held at First Lutheran church, Decorah, Tuesday evening, January 27. The speaker will be Iowa's Secretary of State, Honorable Rollo Bergeson. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor Sunday, January 25—9:30 a. m. Choir rehearsal preceding the morning service. 10:00 a. m. Morning worship. This is Presbyterian Young People's day. Our young people will take part in the service. - The minister will speak on "The Qualities of Discipleship." 11:00 a. m. Sunday Schopl. 7:15. p. m. Westminster Fellowship. Our discussion topic will be "The Forgiveness of Sins." Kathryn Falb and Diane Douglass are in charge of the recreational hour. Tuesday, January 27—4:15 p. m. Junior choir will not meet because of a meeting of Dubuque Presbytery. All young people interested in joining the pastor's communicants' class should see the minister this week. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH Francis J. Vallaster, Pastor Sunday masses at 8:00 and 10:00 o'clock a. m. Catechetical instruction Saturdays 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. CLERMONT LUTHERAN PARISH A. O. Nesset, Pastor Sunday, January 25 — Highland, service, 11 a. m. West Clermont, sacred concert by the East Clermont choir, presenting the cantata, "Ruth," by Gaul, at 8 p. m. Christian Science Churches The subject, of the lesson-aennon In all Churches ot Christ, Scientist, fcr January 25, 1948 la "Truth." The golden text is "Study to shew thyself approved Unto God, a workman that needeth not to be ashamed, rightly dividing the word of truth." (IT Timothy 2:15) Selections from the Bible and fr»m "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy comprise the lesson* sermon. One of the Bible citations reads: "And h» that sent me is with me: the Father hath not left n»e alone; for I d<f always those things that please him. Then said Jesus to those Jews which believed on-him, If ye continue in my word, then are ye my disciples indeed; Aiid ye shall know the truth, and ti.a truth shall make you free." (John 8:29,31,32) From the Christan Science textbook is the following: "Because Truth is infinite, error should be known-as nothing. Because Truth is omnipotent in goodness, error, Truth's opposite, has no might. Evil is but the counterpoise of nothingness. The greatest wrong Is.but a supposititious opposite of the highest right. The confidence inspired by Science lies in the fact that Truth Is real and error is unreal'.. Error Is a coward before Truth." (pages 867 & THANK YOU. We wish to express our thanks to the neighbors, friends and relar tives who so generously gave of their help before and during Our public sale. We appreciated their assistance very much.—The Harold B. Turner Family. - WANT ADS... Want Ad Rates—10 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 to Buy—A foot locker. Phono 111, Postville.—12p. • For Sale—Spotted Poland China stock hog. Harry Schultz, R. 2, Postville.—12p. For Sale—Corn; either ear or shelled. Leo Enyart, phone 312-W, Postville.—lOtfc. For Sale—Our 16x24 ft. house; can easily be moved. Kyle Dyke, R. 3, Postville.—14p. For Sale—Litter carriers and accessories. Louis W. Thoma, phone 270, Postville.—47tfc. For Sale—Maytag washing machine with square gray tub. John Burrow, Postville.—12c. For Sale—Gardner litter carriers, at $28.75. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville.—12c. For Sale—Hickory nut meats; 75c per quart. Mrs. Ed Foley, phone 31-F-81, Postville.—12p. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Estate Broker, Postville. For Sale—6-room modern house in Postville; immediate possession. Inquire at this office.—12p. For Rent or For Sale—My farm located 4% miles south of Postville. Inquire of Fred J. Miller, Post- ville.^lOc. For Sale—Willard batteries, both heavy duty and master duty. Phillips 66 Service Station, Postville, Iowa.—12tfc. Notice — Highest market prices for your junk. Call Steve Szabo & Sons, Castalia, and give us your full name.—lOtfc. Wanted—Man for farm work. Married or single. No milking. Henry Gisleson, phone 38-F-262, Luana, Iowa.—13p. For Sale—1941 Ford sedan with new Mercury motor; in good condition. Inquire at Lester Barber Shop, Postville.—12c. Cesspools, septic tanks, toilets, cisterns cleaned, repaired. Prompt service. Write C. H. Bradley, General Delivery, Postville.—12p. For Sale—Sanico kitchen range; also kitchen or dining table with 8 leaves; both in good condition. Herold Paulsen, Postville.—12c. For Sale—GMC\l'/2-ton truck; also a 3-bottom 14-inch plow, and a good Hereford bull 2 years -old. Louis Heins, R. 1, Luana, la.—12p. ELECTRIC FENCE—I now have in stock again the famous Parmak electric fence equipment. Louis W. Thoma, telephone No. 270, Postville, For Rent — Five-room house in Castalia, with lots of garden and good strawberry bed. See Lloyd Kamp or Wm. Kamp, Castalia.—12p. Dressed chickens will be available for the next two weekends. Place your order early by phone. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Postville.—11c. " BROOD SOWS—This is the season of the year when brood sows need a well balanced ration—one with Bolson's Mineral Protein Conditioner will guarantee your pig crop. Come in and get a Bolson circular. The Farmers Store, Post­ ville.—15c. Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—Hfc. Wanted—Man to work in parts department. Inquire of Falb Motor & Implement Co., Postville.—lltfc. For the latest in Decca and Columbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store.—31c. For Said — Electric Motors; all sizes; at new low prices. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville, For Sale—Farm and town properties for residence purposes, income or investment. W. H. Burling, Realtor, Postville.—6tfc. For Sale—New Home sewing machine with all attachments; overhauled last fall. Mrs. Kenneth Kerr, R. 2, Postville.—12c. For Sale-^-213.75 acre farm, 7 miles south of Garnavillo; 140 acres plow land. Write or see Mrs. Linus Berns, Monona, Iowa.—12c. For Rent—The building now occupied by the REA will be available about March 1. See Ed or Rose McNeil, Postville.—12tfc. WANTED — Man Route experience preferred but not necessary to start; good opening nearby. Rawleigh's, Dept. 1AA-III-M, Freeport, 111.—12p. Wanted — White Rock springs, from 6 to 7 pounds. We will pay 30 cents per pound for them. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Post­ ville.—9tfc. Will the party who borrowed the ladder from back of Kohlmann's store please return it, as we have need for it at onca.—George Kohlmann.—lip. For Sale—2000 bu. of . good ear corn; 1500 bu. shelled corn; 2000 bu. of oats. Noel Brockway, West Union, Iowa. Phone 189-W or 262-LW.—6tfc. For Sale^l300 bales clover and timothy hay; had no rain on it; also about 800 bushels Marion oats. Martin Halverson, phone 42-F-26, Postville.—12p. Lost or Strayed—Two well-marked Holstein heifers, between January 10 and 14; weight about 700 lbs. each. Will pay $100 reward for information as to their whereabouts. Harold Groth, R. 1, Castalia.—12c. Wanted to Hire—Married man for farm work. All tractor machinery used. No dairying. Good wages. Steady work. Can furnish house with electricity. B. W. Bowling phone 186, Sumner, Iowa.—14c. For Sale—Two purebred Guernsey bulls; one 10 months and one 8 months old; a four-section wood drag with folding draw-bar, and a McCormick-Deering corn planter. Sidney Livingood, R. 2, Postville, Iowa.—12p. COMING ABOUT JANUARY 29. A MIXED CARLOAD OF WAPSIE VALLEY FEEDS, INCLUDING 16% DAIRY FEED, CAFETERIA MASH, HOG FEED, ETC. PHONE YOUR ORDER AND THEN GET IT FROM THE CAR TO SAVE MONEY. LAURENCE HOFER, PHONE 23-J, POSTVILLE.—12c. .. For Sale—Barber supplies, razors, hones, shears, razor blades, strops, hand cilppers, Andis electric clippers with cords and carborundums, belonging to the late Harold H. Stone. At Samek's Store, Postville, Iowa.—lltfc. 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. McCormick-Deering MILKING COMPLETE WITH TWO 50-POUND PAILS, MOTOR AND PUMPS ALL PARTS FOR 15 COWS $277.75 Falb Motor 6» Implement Company Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa For Sale—A coal and wood range; steel top; blue enamel; good condition. $20. Phone 183, Postville, Iowa.—12c. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rowinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. „ SEE the new Coolerator Farm Freezer. It's reasonably priced, more convenient and economical to operate. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville.—2p. For Sale—John Deere G. tractor, standard tread; on rubber; just overhauled; in very good condition. Phone 50-F-7, Orville Jones, R. 1, Luana, Iowa.—12p. Immediate Delivery on Bale Ties, new Holland Balers and Portable Elevators. Mielke Manufacturing and Sales Company, phone 141, New Hampton, Iowa.—12c. Lost—Tuesday, between Postville and Luana, a ladies' purse, with cash and valuable papers. Reward for return to Mrs. J. H. Smale, telephone 582-R-2, West Union, Iowa. IS LUNCH SERVING YOUR PROBLEM at public sales or other occasions? Here is your solution with my lunch trailer. Call Leo Enyart, phone 312-W, Postville.—lOtfc. CARD OF THANKS. I wish to express my heartfelt thanks to all those who assisted me during the illness and after the passing on of my beloved husband, J. H. W. Schroeder. For the many expressions of sympathy, the minister, those who brought floral offerings, food, the singers, and all those who in any way assisted at the funeral.—Mrs. J. H. W. Schroeder. OUT OF GAS. When his plane ran out of gas, Don Patterson of St. Joseph landed in a pasture west of Northwood, Iowa, recently. After refueling, he and some helpful farmers spent three hours clearing a runway but was unable to take off with his passengers, his wife and two children. Eventually he took off alone, landed at a filling station on a nearby highway and his family joined him by automobile. With traffic held up temporarily, a successful takeoff was made. It was the second time this stretch of pavement had been used as a landing field, two army planes doing so during the war. ' ON THE BOTTOM. . An ice truck belonging to Wood Allen of Spirit Lake is now resting comfortably on the bottom of West Okoboji lakes in 25 feet of water. The truck, which was being used as a tow-truck for the ice saw, was loaded with about 3 tons of ice to provide traction. Although the ice was 14 inches thick, a heavy seam which cracked sent the truck to the bottom. No one was aboard. 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 William Moll, 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 County, and that February 2nd, 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 5th day of January, 1948. O. H. FOSSUM, Clerk of District Court. By: Lloyd R. Kolsrud, Deputy. Attorneys for the Estate: Burling & Palas, Postville, la. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Reduce TAX WORK I This Easy Way | Start 1948 with a checking account j and you will discover that next year's | tax return will be much easier to fill out. | Your checkbook stubs will be a, big help | and your canceled checks will be your I legal evidence that various items have | been paid. Most important of all—you j can pay your taxes by check—a great I convenience at a busy time. 1 EH Always pay by check— | to check your payments ! 1 Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service ••III 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 CHEVROLET and ONLY Chevrolet IS Fl RST! FIRST in PRODUCTION, in SALES and in REGISTRATIONS of cars and of trucks ... FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST FIRST in Passenger Car Production in 1947—according to published production figures. in Truck Production in 1947—according to published production figures. In Passenger Car Sales in 1947—according to incomplete but conclusive sales records. in Truck Sales in 1947—according to incomplete but conclusive sales records. to Produce ever a Million Cars and Trucks in a postwar year, 1947—according to published production figures. in Total Passenger Car Production and Sales for the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 194t—according to published nation-wide figures. In Total Truck Production and Sales for the total 17-year period, January, 1931 to January, 1948 —according to published nation-wide figures. in Total Number of Can and Trucks en the read today—according te official nation-wide regis- \A/E, YOUR LOCAL CHEVROLET . DEALER—and every other Chev- ro * dealer in America—are both proud and happy to make the following report to buyers and prospective buyers of Chevrolet products: Again in 1947, Chevrolet built and •old more cars and more trucks than any other maker in the industry, just • os Chevrolet has built and sold more cars and more trucks than any other maker for the totoi sevenfeen-yeor period, datirttj from January, 1931 to January, 1948 —the modern period of motor car history Naturally, we as well as the Chevrolet Motor Division of General Motors are deeply grateful for America's outspoken preference for Chevrolet passenger cars and trucks) and we are determined to do everything in our power to continue to deserve this preference in the future os in the past. We want to thank each and every person in this community for his friendship and goodwill' for this organization. We solicit and appreciate your patronage. We are doing our level best to prove that, by filling orders for new Chevrolet* just as promptly os we can—even under today's trying conditions—and we are deeply and doubly appreciative of the patience and understanding of all our customers who are awaiting deliveries off new Chevrolets. Needless to say, you buy wisely when you buy the product of the world's largest producers of can and trucks, for that is the way to maximum dollar valuel Rest assured that we'll fill your order for a new Chevrolet just as soon as it is humanly possible to do so. Meanwhile, please let m help to keep your present car or truck in good running condition by bringing It to us for skilled service, new and at regular intervals. Falb Motor Co. John Falb & Sons POSTVDLLE, IOWA ELGIN, IOWA

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