Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 10, 1948 · Page 8
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 10, 1948
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PAGE TJGWT. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD. POSTYILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, ^ Marginal ^?f5 Notes- I 5<5 SSI ' ! Wac!«rioo'f hippodrccae where tour-s as Body Hartwig is concerned. He there. They allow vissfees- ee S ^HHomer GanoniJ to Speak Key play was sS «w *e daws by bads bad to hang op- a- "So Gasoline'* urdays Had Sundays sad have a{_ . rr. VVtt liter and the district finals are] 1 sign for- three days last week at hsfnsaa to explain what is being deneJ 'To KlWaHlSBS lOMglU— » pwsgrw^. As this is bein§ Texaco station' when deliveries fProspects -for getting the brsdiet written Toesday nwmbsg; Post-} were not forthajtmngT] Ra«Jy sells [opened again are bright acd pr>J Basse vine's oppress is «iil to be deter- J other products *j «J» SB be devoted |grass- is being mace tawasd tfcisi oirecrcr -;i rehab- seised, bet the Pirates will meetjbbt time to dispensing these rati! t end slowly bat surely. Wbes the?'' few* Scosty &r C either Hesr.beek or Oelweic. de-jhis. jgss tasks wane replenished. finally open it there will be a. big rand thw Dvsa't&at *3 b* Bt ? sj>eak- jg pending en the Dutcozr. e o* the Dy-J-Wbsc I came back from service i celebration and beer will 3ew asje sart-Reir.beek gaste. From sU ap-j after the war ended. I never S freely as the waters unsder the w2i be a general jdreaesi we'd ever be out of .gaso- j bride. Wbcopes—it wil* be a bi* A Owe* Ctes Metne*. re Children tO-(3 Our Good Wishes, REA ;• aearanees user* Pmtttile, batkelbftU are a bit w-cbbly alter two weeks i?t tooRsassent pJay as rite fcca! gyss- First they bad the secdsEa' ttwrsey here last weei raw tbe district meet held. Twenty teany participated ir. the tso torsrcoES-snis sr.d as- £ar w-a abs-erved or "learned, real sjserisaassbip- prevailed through «ri Is basketball it's sadden death :>-? a losir.? teani's hopes and asbittota. although seme aigMy Srxe sa -jsn -z.' erdinarily faii by the wayside. They £<-.rr.-s a ! i-^ -^sy t-- •; - *rr -he i -r ^u •:Ta^'£^ •otirr.-ey p^aj r ; r-d it'i alxay-i- re-j table la i«ee their, ethr.inited. girdles tA PUS'S leanings t.-> '.-;tfeer teatn. Jexodcs tans Jrom tbis coosnuni- \ Uoe— not alter all tbe army ised'joner « • « * * 1 predict our Pirates i Jul:us Boeckh. the -you-tell-ejn. | The ves .- tUrnev . \ -we-seB-err.™ man of Taming is fall,. tamed sweetiy fe '.jc.f the- old pep despSe his 83 years j man near ber s MEOW: •stylisbly-j-o-tr. Trucks: tn-e plump a seat c-c RC-'.t '-- — — he -was ty tsjisoimur ot^st, all headed tar J then was no longer needed-.' Waterlo.j to fcscjc the teara. Seirer-! al taP.oven at the sport clirab oot| or. a lbab zr.d will xind up in- the stiite to be ciaved a: Icj-a-a Cit-r n-extf . . week. Others take the -watt atsdj 83 ^ we st bis indetodgablej crowned street car _ SP *-astitafe ButaJ local fans are; fe 3 to tfcis office ."iou set cow. see suggests.-exrervsrtos • 11 v^^^ , M IT -^ wr--ir -«-'v week- Julhis says, -I am I ""i ou re older than I am. • " E<1 y 'tr >-ta« to get a building and loan The plump c *e glared. -Indeed, DOCBJ-E OK NOTHING- association started bare, and want {I am riot older tfcats you '. Sit down . Q R _ jr^-—.- sti .-kr-;.-; farm j ft to acers on my 83rd birthday. [yottwett." ; 'Odeb >;I- a be- j—«-^-^ ! April 12. The second -unit oi tbe! The stylishly stout sst. srrilir^' ^J^^T' ar.d a ! Irttsrstate Power Company's new j comfortably to berse'sf. Several: -j. le-^tb i=c ; geceradcg; olaat to cost two million | blocks later she leaned who j = ;ence! j - the ii last' Please accept our good Nyishes, officers . uu members of the Allamakee-Clayton Electric M operative, on the completion of your new office building. May you continue to prosper and grow w 1 providing electric service to your customers | low the team to 'Waterloo to give out with wboops and boilers ior dear c-td PHS. Lei5s go. Psrates I and cc-nSded The flr.a'1 ?ajnes cf the ds sseet played Priday night good e-xanrples •: f tbe forta Moccm and McGregcr sent \ Several weeks ago Harold Gratis •discovered that two of his valuable: hilars is started. You mass came( sea tmate S Kolsteta heifers were rmsstcg. He; 4 TC and see it cext sammer. Call J That remark gexs ute a sea: ever j bad said these- in a lot of 13 head | oa me m show you all around time." J to G-ecrge Har-iey 2nd tbe loss was j j — 1 not detected uniO they were » be'. this community. Hoth Bros. Hardware Heating — Plumbing Hardware delivered to the parchassr. Mr. j Groth advertised that he would pay \ J S100 reward for infortnation con * EE ; cemir.? ibe whereabouts of the ani- j J topwsteh teaacs_ here. They bad I ^-j^ b ut had no response. He told \\ won their way through cousty. sec-jjja ^ 0 ther day the heifers no! J tiocal ar«d disteict contests to the j coubi were stolen and trucked I \ finals scd when they were £r~aliy j away. "It cost me the sale of all eliminated by Postvfile and Cler-! 53 head because they were two of SBORt they exhibited trae SP<*KS - f the best in the lot I had sold." nasship by tx-tending congrarula- j xhis should be a warning to other tiers ar.-d well wishes for their vie- j fencers having valuable animals tors in the tontaaents that lie j to keep a weather-eye open for ahead. \ prowlers who might gain access to • * * * • ! their herds. For Ciernscct and Postviile. the ) - ..... winners here, the road gets tougher! All we hear of a possible gaso- this week. They are headed for I fine shortage is "no idle talk *— is far Our Hearty Congratulations, REA Folks... We are as proud of having your new home in Postvilie as you are . . . and we join your many friends in wishing for you continued success and service to the people of the community you supply with electric energy. More "power' to you. L O. KOEVENIG HARDWARE NOTICE OF Annual Meeting OF THE ALLAMAKEE - CLAYTON ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. at the SCHOOL AUDITORIUM, Postvilie SATURDAY, MARCH 13 The tenth annual meeting of this Cooperative will start with registration which should be done before 11:00 a. m. Open House for members at our new building will be held between 9:00 and 11:00 a. m., and all members are invited to inspect our new modern quarters. Members will be served dinner in two of the local churches from 11:00 a. m. to 1:00 p. m., and tickets \sill be given indicating to which church you are to go. The business meeting will convene at 1:00 p. m., at the high school auditorium. Earl Wisdom, executive secretary of the Iowa Rural Electric Cooperative Association, will be the main speaker during the program which follows the business meeting. urn Free Dinner Will Be Served At Noon Entertainment and Attendance Prize* Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative, Inc. KEBMIT JAMES, Hunger Congratulations To the REA ... Along with your many well-wishers, we at Falb Motor & Implement wish to extend our hearty good wishes to you people upon the completion of your fine, new office building. The growth of REA in this community in the capable hands of your manager, office force and entire working organization has been an inspiration to all of us in this community and we hope your growth will continue throughout the years to come. Our very best wishes to you and to all of those whom you serve. Falb Motor 6* Implement: Company Telephone No, 290 Postvilie, Iowa Congratulations, REA You have every reason to feel | justly proud of your fine new' | building to house your offices and | workshops. | We, too, derive some satisfac- | tion in the completed structure § for which we supplied the con- | crete products from our fully § equipped and up to date local | plant. It is our hope that the Allama- | kee-Clayton Electric Coopera- | tive, Inc., may continue to serve | its patrons, that growth may be 1 reflected in its program, and that | success may follow it throughout § the coming years. W. H. Behrens Co. Ready-Mix Concrete Concrete Products * POSTVILLE, IOWA We Invite the People of Postvilie TO OUR OPEN HOUSE Thursday, March 18th FROM 1:00 TO 5:00 O'CLOCK P. M. Our new office building is being shown to our members Saturday of this week when they come here for their annual meeting. In order that the people of this community may also inspect our new home, of which we are justly proud, this invitation is extended to all others to come and inspect our modem office facilities. Refreshments will be served to the public. ' Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative, Inc. KERMIT JAMES, Manager Congratulations REA On Your New Home \ The undersigned civic organizations of Postvilie extend their hearty congratulations to the Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative, Inc., on the completion of their fine new office, home. We are proud to have this building added to our business section and we hope the organization will enjoy many years of usefulness in our midst. The growth of your organization in the ten years of its existence here has been mir- •„,_„. aculous and we have taken a good deal of pride in the development of the service you rend©- to our farmer friends. As you hold your tenth annual meeting, we extend a hearty welcome to all members who will come to attend the business session and program to visit our stores and partake , of our hospitality. Postvilie Commercial Club Postvilie KiwanisClub

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