WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24 State News Letter- (Continued from page onel Senator Byers had given some thought to retiring from politics this year but in all probability he will again announce and he may not have primary opposition. Likewise. Rep. Arch W. McFarlane of Waterloo, the dean of the legislature, is expected to seek his office again this time. ''Mother says, 'Drink lots of WATERS' PASTEURIZED Milk. Snooky. and some day you'll be able to take a trip all by yourself. . . . Engineers musta drunk a lot of Waters' Milk." For Pure Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call 38-F-62. NORTMSIOi POVTVILLE • <?^38P62 DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., MAR. 27 Music By ARNIE STUHR'S BAND COMING—SAT., APRIL 3: —That All-Star Radio Band THE CASTLE CLt'B MacNIDKR. In 1940 General Hanford Mac- Nider of Mason City was Iowa's favorite son at the national convention in Philadelphia. This year he hopes to go back again as a delegate-aMarge on the Ioivn delegation of 23. He already has the backing of his own county and of Webster county. SPANGLER. What is National Committeeman Harrison E. Spangier of Cedar Rapids going to do? Will he seek reelection to his present post? Or will he retire? So far the veteran campaigner, who once headed the national Republican committee, hasn't given any indication whether he will again be a candidate. If he isn't, there will be a rush for the job. Best bet at this time is that if he wants it again, he can get it, with or without opposition. TAXPAYERS. Members of the Iowa Taxpayers Association have been asked to give their answers to the question: "What, if any, other specific proposals should we present or advocate." The Association itself presented three proposals for which it asked the opinion of its members: 1. The adoption of a school consolidation program which would provide that the proposed district shall vote as a unit and that a 60 percent favorable majority (or mere majority) would establish same. 2. An annual distribution to schools, counties, cities and towns in proportion to property taxes collected of the surplus in the state general fund in excess of $25,000,000 provided that such distribution shall be used to reduce levies. 3. Make all public expenditures, including charities, a matter of public record available to every citizen. OFFICE BUILDING. Bids for the new state office building, which has been in the planning stage since 1941, probably will be called for within the next few weeks. The building was originally to have been a five-story structure but a sixth story has been added for a cafeteria. Many state departments have been operating out of the corridors in the vastly overcrowded Statehouse during the last few years. FAKE OWL. At Independence, the high school is using a fake papier-mache owl, perched on the ledge of the main entrance, to scare away starlings, sparrows and other birds. NO GYM. The kids at Tracy had some tough luck recently. Fire burned down the gymnasium. The school building is still standing. Built two years ago at a cost of S5,000 the building was insured for $1,000. • SCHOOL NEWS. Second Grade. We have finished our study of Indians and this week we have been learning to use the telephone. Those who have read stories to the class recently are: Nancy Elvers, Gary Ames, Mary Lou Turner, Wesley Kohrs, Roberta Berns, Tommy Waters, Cheryl Nyberg, Kay Brainard. Karon Evans, Jay Jarmes, Susan Brown. Fourth Grade. Those who earned A's in spelling on Wednesday's test are: Jack Backhaus, Ileta Christofferson, Donald Anderson, Charlene Brainard, Charles Ebcrling, Arlo Heckman. Milton Mohs, Linda Mil- chow, Gretchen Palas, Janice Pearson, Jeanette Rose, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, David Schutte, Zoe Thoreson, Beverly Trautman. Fifth Grade. The following people received A's in spelling last Friday: Leonard Althouse, Mary Behrens, Janice Brown. Janice Christofferson, Jerry Davis, Janet Gordon, Judy Gregg, Dolly Kennett," Jerry Klingbeil, Junior Marting, Jane Ann Meyer, Gwen Mork, Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas. Dellene Schultz and Carol Schutte. Girls' Tournament. Carol Schultz and her Freshmen "Hotshots" were the winners of the girls' basketball tournament. The other teams that tried for the title were the Sophomore "Slick Chicks." Junior "Screwballs" and the Sophomore "Gingerettes." The two losing teams played for the title, "winners of the losers" which the Sophomore "Slick Chicks" won with Ruth Ann Christiansen as their captain. Mildred Foley was high point girl with 26 points to her credit. Ruth Ann Christiansen and Agnes Szabo followed with 18 and 14 points respectively. General News. Next week school will be dismissed on Thursday afternoon and will be resumed on Tuesday morning, March 30, because of Easter. We listened to the state tournament basketball games. Some of the students went to these games. Mr. Babcock also attended them, llonday in Mr. Gosmire's P. T. class they had a' contest in broad jumping. Lyle Schultz and Johnny Svendsen won this. Wednesday they had high jumping. Lyle Schultz cleared the bars at 4 feet, 9 inches, and Leon Casten and Keith Reinhardt cleared them at 4 feet, 5 inches. Two films were shown to the high school Monday. The Homemaking III girls are learning to knit which is very obvious, because you see girls knitting nil over the school house. Tuesday the Student Council decided to have the four classes each nominate a girl for the honor of being Postville's Band Queen at the Waterloo festival in April. Later the whole student body will select one girl from the four candi dates as our Band Queen. Tuesday the student body heard the lecture of Mr. H. C. White, a scientist. Interesting feature was when Mr. White selected a group of boys and discovered through the use of a Geiger counter which of the boys had a piece of valuable ore. ORDINANCE NO. 251. An Ordinance Amending Section 4 of Ordinance No. 231, an ordinance regulating the sale of beer in Postville, Iowa. Be it ordained by the Council of the Town of Postville, Iowa: Section 1/ Section 4 of Ordinance No. 231 be and the same is hereby repealed and said section is hereby amended to read as follows: "Section 4. Annual Fees. The annual permit fee for a Class "B" permit, except permits issued to hotels, clubs and golf or country clubs, shall be $200.00. The permit fee for hotels, clubs, golf and country clubs and all other permits shall be as fixed by state law." Section 2. All ordinances oi parts of ordinances in conflict with the provisions of this ordinance are hereby repealed. Section 3. This ordinance shall be in force and effect from and after its passage and publication as provided by law. Approved: March 22. 1948. M. C. DEERING, Mayor of the Town of Postville, Iowa. Joseph B. Steele, Town Clerk. Pigs need roomy, dry quarters to make best gains. Iowa's feed supply is below tha of the nation because of a sharper cut in corn production last year. ! Joseph B. Steele ! ATTORNEY-AT-LAW | Office Over Abernethy's Store ) Telephone No. 240 FIRST SPRING DANCE NEW LEGION CLUB North of Decorah on Highway 52 GUY DE LEO — and his ORCHESTRA Tuesday, Mar. 30 Come on out, folks, and see the improvements we have made in the old Breezy Hill Pavilion. It's Northeast Iowa's Nicest Ballroom - - By Far! 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Hatches are coming off right now and if | you will give us your order for the number | of chicks needed and the date you want them, j we'll have them for you. | Come in or phone us today—for the chicks | that pay. I i MEYER'S | Four-County Hatchery i Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Gibson UPS-A-DAI\ In the Kookall Electric Range Four Surface Units —Or Three Surface Units Plus A Deep Well Cooker —All On The Same Range! You'll want llie new Gibson Kookall Automatic Electric Range the minute yon sec it. The only range with UPS-A-DAISY — it gives you 4 surface units, or 3 surface units and n dcepwell Kookiiil, nil on the same range. You'll like its ultra-modern design and gleaming while, co»y-Jo-clean finish of porcelain on steel. The Gibson also gives you: A waist-high broiler, two owns — one banquet sise, completely automatic operation. 7'heat surface units t f»-<junrt Kook all, 3 large storage drawers ami amazing efTn-i'-nry that makes cooking cleaner, cheaper, cooler t-nv.cr not! fcr.fcr. Come in ioilny and Jet us show ynu the new Gibson Electric Itauge - the only range that lias all the features you've ulirays wanted! arm & Home Supp| POSTVILLE, IOWA Also Gibson Freez 7 Shelf Refrigerators and Home Freezenl HYBRID SEED CORN *M*rKRUf> KIM tea In an unfavorable year like this there is reason (or concern. But 1 if seed corn is produced by anyone, you can depend on Northrup, Kins * Co. to produce Kingscrost over their widely distributed growing area* Play Safe By Placing A "Protection* Order With Us Naw. .3 1948 KINGSCROST The All Feature Hybrid R. L. EVANS, Manager POSTVILLE. 10"
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