Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 18, 1948 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 18, 1948
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EDNESDAY, FEBRUAKY H, 1941. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE THRER. temember When-? venty-Five Years Ago. f lereslliifr Items From the Files of the Tostvllle Herald of VN<> Thursday, Feb. 22, 1923^ \ ieorge A. Schultz has rented The rius On- farm tor this year and ved onto the place this week. 0 l,n 11. Hcins, 81, well, known ma resident, passed away Fri- aftci-noon. Six children and Jit grandchildren survive. : e tty Landt of Luana and Otto uld't ii f Medford, Minn., were ricd on Valentine's day by the i, Kunipf in the home of the ie's parents, Mi< and Mrs. Wm. idt. cx Clarke Hinman, 32, son and Mrs. George Hinman I na. passed away February 7 home in Monona. He is sur:d by his widow, a son, Rex, Jr., parents and n brother, Archie. McNeil had a right lively l -nway last Friday up at the'ele- tr. While having a load of coal (ghed, tiie team jolted as a train Coached and high-tailed it told home. They were finally Iped at the Arbey Rose home [not before they had lost all the 1 along the way. Ila Downs of Waukon and John Harris of Post township were fried Wednesday at the home of I bride's parents, Mr. and Mrs. iik Downs. The bridegroom is In of Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Harris, [after he and his bride return h their wedding trip to Minne- lis, they will live on the Colvin j near Forest Mill's. Pa Palas, daughter of Mr. and . Henry Palas of near Luana • 'Alfred C. Meyer, son of Mr. |Mrs. A. D. Meyer of Postvillc j married Tuesday at 11 a. m. |ie home of the bride's parents, lie Rev. H. P. Kumpf of St. k's Lutheran church, Luana I Meyer is the local business lger of the Northern Iowa Pro . Co. After a honeymoon in tuque, the couple will occupy house to be vacated by the Levi ffltz family. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH Frederick R. tudwlg, Pastor Fifty Years Ago. Lresting Items From the Files ("The Graphic"published in Postvillc, Feb. 24, 1898. Be Methodists netted $93 at r donation supper Thursday. Jhn D. Rockefeller is said to be fh two hundred million dollars fine baby boy arrived this at the Mr. and Mrs. Conrad na home. ^epri llaendel has moved from Jim Sams farm to the August |"e house in Postville. ner Ernst of Luana has sold I hardware store and stock of ihandire to Christ Overbeck. lma Wogner is up at Cresco week to attend the wedding of jcousin. John Martens, to Anna Inry F. Eggert, our progressive pinery dealer, has rented Mars- j Hall and will use it as a bug- isplay room. 1 of our farmer friends hangs £arlet Fever Here" sign on his door each time he and his I y come to town. "It keeps lers away," he says. ^ iiry Bigler and Miss Anna [son were married Thursday home of the bride's parents, and Mrs. Jorgen Swenson in vnship. Rev. Schumann of- at the ceremony, saloon keepers forgot about lington's birthday being a le- loliday, and the town marshal po make the rounds to warn [ to pull the shades and lock doors, which they did at ;ED CARS THE USED CAR MARKET IS GETTING BETTER • • • iBTOP IN AND SEE US ABOUT A DIFFERENT CAR TODAY. i CHEVROLET CLUB I COUPE—One day old 'i Chevrolet % Ton Plcknp J Chevrolet—RatUo ft heater 1938 Chevrolet 1931 Ford I? GMC V, Ton Pickup ' priced right Four 1936 Chevrolet* 1931 Model A Pickup Two 1929 Mode i A'a HAVE A FEW •MS MODEL RADIOS , ILLMAN MOTOR PoitvUle, Iowa Mid-Week Lenten service Wednesday evening at 8 o'clock. The scrmoil subject; "Is It Well With Thy Soul?" 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 Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock. The adult Bible class will meet Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock in the assembly room. The Service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject, "What Christ Means by a Good Man." Luther League devotional Sunday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room. Mid-week Lenten service Wednesday evening, February 25, at 8 o'clock. The sermon subject, "The Pathetic Inquiry." St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor Thursday, Feb. 19—The senior choir will not meet for rehearsal this week because the Mariners' Club will have charge of the musi­ cal'portion of our worship service on Sunday morning. 4:15 p. m. The communicants' class will meet at the manse. Friday, Feb. 20—Regular Ladies' Aid meeting for February will convene at two o'clock in the church basement. Sunday, Feb. 22—9:30 a. m. The Mariners Club chorus meets for rehearsal. 10 a. m. Morning worship service will be built around the general theme of Brotherhood Week. The Mariners' Club will furnish the music for the service. The minister will preach. The sermon subject will be, "Is Brotherhood Realism?" 11:00 a. m. Sunday School. Rev. Seamans' class has charge of the opening worship "service of the school. 7:15 p. m. Westminster Fellowship. The topic for discussion will be, "The Life Everlasting." Following our discussion, we shall have a recreational period. Tuesday. Feb. 24—4:15 p. m. The junior choir rehearsal at church. 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 wi,l be heard every Saturday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30. CLERMONT LUTHERAN PARISH A. O. Ncssct, Pastor Sunday, February 22—West Clermont, service. 9:30 a. m. East Cler mont, service. II a. m. Every Wednesday — West Clermont, Lenten service, 8 p. m. Tuesday, February 24 — Parish Brotherhood at West Clermont, 8 p. m. Speaker will be Rev. R .A. Ofstedal, Decorah. Ladies' Night. WANT ADS... Want Ad Rates —10 cents per line; minimum charge 25c per week it 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. For Sale—Kitchen cabinet. Mrs. Ross Thornton, Postville.—16p. For Sale—Burn Frame, any size you want. Charles H. Hoth, Post­ villc.— 16c. For Sale—New 5-room modern house in Postville. E. T. Mork, Postville.—16p. For Sale—Corn; either ear or shelled. Leo Enyart, phone 312 -W, Postville.—lOtfc. For Sale—A few hundred bales of good clover hay. Vernon Kugel, R. 1, Postville.—16p. Wanted—Single man by month or year on farm. Wm. Luopker, R. I, Postville.—16p. Wanted—Girl or woman for part time work at Koevenig's Variety Store, Postville.—16tfc. For Sale—Several farms and city properties. J. T. Humphrey, Real Estate Broker, Postville. For Sale—Surge .'Milkers and genuine Surge milker parts. West em Auto Store, Postville.—19c. For the latest in Decca and Col utnbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store.—31c, Wanted—Men for work at Postville Rendering Co. plant. Good wages. Call H.- A. Monson, Post ville—16t£c. EIGHT exposure films developed and 8 deluxe quality prints for 25c. LaCrosse Film Service, Box 864, La Crosse, Wis.—19p. For Sale—About 500 bales of al falfa hay; 500 bushels oats, and a Brown Swiss bull. Jim Hangartner, R. 1, Postville.—16p. For Sale—400 bushels Clinton oats of good quality. James Schlee, on the Harvey Schultz farm, 3 miles northeast of Postville.—16p. For Sale—5-room house, with full basement and about an acre of land; some fruit; also furnace. Walter VanWey, Frankville.—16p. Lost—A 900x20 truck tire and rim, between Postville and Luana, Tuesday. Please leave at Ricker's Service Station, Postville.—16c. THANK YOU. I wish to take this means of expressing my heartfelt thanks to all relatives, neighbors and friends for their cards, letters, calls and gifts while I. was a patient at my home and in the Decorah hospital. I appreciated your thoughtfulness.— Mrs. Elsie Sampson. Tile should be laid on a firm bed to avoid settling, says Ray Armstrong, Iowa State College agricultural engineer. GETUL 9 "lN ftlHff COLOMM'S JriOUItE-FRfcEST0KER| I ^L COMMir-«n all kind* of weather. , (COMOMY— ownert re- • port fuel saving! up to 20%. C9NVINIINCI— trouble free; easy to operate; long life. TELEPHONE "NO. 258 LOUIS L. HILL POBTVnXE, IOWA GREER COLOniflL fURnPCE SERVICE Wanted—Single man for work on farm by the month or year. Foster Koth, Farmersburgj Iowa.—17p. For Sale—Poland China stock hog; out of Kettelkamp herd. Cloy Lawson, R. 1, Postville.—15p. Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store,, Postville.—ltfc. For Rent—Five-room house and garden, 2Vi miles east of Ossian. Alonzo Harvey, Ossian, la— 16tfc. For Sale — Electric Motors; all sizes; at new low prices. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville, For Sale—My summer cottage, 12 by 16 ft., in good condition. Inquire of Leila N. Schmidt, Post­ ville.—16c. For Sale—8-room house; excellent location; all modern. Inquire of Citizen's State Bank, Post­ ville.—16c. For Sale—Aluminum tub washing machine, with balloon roller wringer. John Burrow, Postville, Iowa.—15tfc. Notice — Highest market prices for your junk. Call Steve Szabo & Sons, • Castalia, and give us your full name.—lOtfc. For Sale—A combination gas and coal range, with good water front. Inquire at J. T. Humphrey residence, Postville.—16tfc. For Sale—8-fobt Cold-Spot electric refrigerator; in good condition; reasonably priced. Mrs. Margaret Kipp, Castalia, Iowa.—15p. For Sale—1940 model B John Deere tractor and cultivator; in good shape and on good rubber. Guy Barr, 10 miles northeast of Postville on good road.—16p. For Sale—Farm Master milking machine, complete with pump, pipeline and stall cocks for 16 cows; practically new. Will consider trading for a cow. Virgil Harris, Luana, Iowa, phone 28-F-71, Postville.—16pc. For Sale—Have several new listings; residences, building lots, properties on main street. W. H. Burling, Realtor, Postville, la.—17c. ELECTRIC FENCE—I now have in stock again the famous Parmak electric fence equipment.* Louis W. Thoma, telephone No. 270, Postville, LONG DISTANCE MOVING; also Power Winch Service. Winneshiek Motor Terminal, A. M. Finck, Decorah, Iowa. Phone day or night No. 620. 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. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding 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. Exclusive "simmer-speed" top burners are provided . in both standard and giant sizes with all new Roper gas ranges. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply. 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. For Sale—Purebred black Poland China stock hog; good type, size and good boned; weight about 350 lbs. or better; available soon. L. E. Dresser, R. 2, a half mile west of Postville on gravel road.—15tfc. For Sale—10-gal, stainless steel Dairy Electric hot water heater; can drain up to 10 gallons before adding water. Can be cleaned by removing the cover lid. Reason for selling, installed pressure system. Hollis Enyart, R. 1, Postville.—16p Am loading out a carload of old papers and magazines within the next two weeks; all must be bundled when brought in. Bring in your scrap iron and batteries now while the price is still high. J. Silverman, Monona, Iowa.—16c. HOW ABOUT THAT CHICK ORDER? IS IT IN? V . . . with probably lower feed prices . spells OPPORTUNITY for the poultry man. You grab that chance when you order chicks now, for delivery on preferred date, from the Allamakee Hatchery varieties . '. . all breeds pullorum tested, egg bred, meat selected,- livable, beautiful chickens ! Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop; "Serving the Progressive Poultrymen" Telephone No. 187 Postville; Iowa LOCAL BANKS WILL CLOSE ON WASHINGTON'S BIRTHDAY Since Washington's birthday falls on Sunday this year, the legal holiday will be observed on Monday, February 23. The two Postville banks will be closed all day in observance of this holiday next Monday. CITIZENS STATE BANK. POSTVILLE STATE BANK. The carryover of oats in the United States on January 1, though 17 percent less than a year earlier, is slightly, above the 10-year average. USED CARS 1946 Plymouth 4-Door Sedan $1465 1941 Chevrolet $960 1941 Buick $1185 1941 International Pickup $485 1936 Chevrolet Excellent $425 1935 Chevrolet , Complete 1947 K6 INTERNATIONAL 176-in. W.B. - New Falb's Phone 290 One Friend Tells Another.. That's the way many people learn about our helpful services. And that's one good reason why we always strive so hard to serve you promptly, confidentially and fairly.. Use our services; we know that if you like them you will tell your friends. 1 I Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service IIIIIIIIJIIIII If You Plan To Build This Spring Come in early — right now — and make arrangements for your building requirements so they'll be on hand when you need them. Remember, our free plan and estimate service is also at your disposal and for your assistance in planning all your building needs. , Postville Lumber Co. Telephone 196 H. J. MEYER, Manager Meet the new standard of Big-Car beauty! H'l here, In Chevrolet's Bodies by fisher—finest bodies made—available only on Chevrolet and higher-priced cars. You'll en|oy Big-Car performance, too, when you own a Chevrolet; for It brings you Valve-in-Heod engine performance, found elsewhere only In more expensive cars. Is Firsts Men ond women everywhere agree: Only one is No. 1—only Chevrolet is first—in all-round value as in popularity. Consequently, more people drive Chevrolet's than any other make, according to official nationwide registrations; and more people want Chevrolet* than any other make, according to seven independent nationwide surveys. Here, in the new 1948 Chevrolet, is record value. For new and even more luxurious styling, colors and appointments have been added to all of Chevrolet's other advantages of BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST COST! You'll find Chevrolet rides more smoothly on aH types of roads due to the famous Knee-Action Rldei and, of course, Knee-Action is found only on Chevrolet and costlier cors. Keep your present car in good running condition by bringing it to ut for skilled service, now and at regular intervals, pending delivery of your new Chevrolet. yCHEVRO CHEVROLET-^IS FIRST! Falb Motor Co. John Falb & Sons POSTVILLE, IOWA ELGIN, IOWA

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