Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 28, 1948 · Page 7
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April 28, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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j,' Herald's Howeinafceni by low, state College Hom?^B^ Those Housecleaning Days— LVE A HANDY CLEANING CLOSET REPEAT PLANTINGS OF CERTAIN GARDEN CROPS Succession plantings are now in order for short season crops in the home garden. Fresh, crisp radishes, lettuce, car rots, spinach and other quick grow ing garden crops can be stretched over a longer period this summer through succession plantings, says Ed Cott, extension horticulturist at Iowa State College. If you planted any of those crops about two weeks ago, it is now time for the second seeding to insure a steady table supply. It's also time to get bush and pole bean seed on hand. Bean planting can start now in the southern half of Iowa, Cott says, or in the northern half of the state the first week in May. JOINT SUBSCRIPTION. The Osceola Sentinel received an unusual subscription last week. When the proprietor of a local cafe, Dell Watson, transferred his own subscription to his home, 47 customers chipped in with nickels and pennies and ordered a copy of "their own," so they can read it at the coffee shop. i g housecleaning ! Those two Hike a discouraging note in i of many homemakers, and lught makes the rest of the [uncomfortable, too. [spring housecleaning means of dust which billows the house over everything [ rybody, then gradually set- in. And when it's all over e plenty of backaches and mpers, and a house partly ; there's a way to have a ousc without all the nerve- fuss and bother for ev- in the family, says Fannie extension home manage- jecialist at Iowa State Col- iimply dispose of the dirt so much accumulates that got to resort to drastic is to get rid of it. The mo- usekeeper can do this with al amount of equipment, a eked cleaning center, and Jge about the modern prod- methods that save time IN FOR SALE! [BU. GOOD EAR CORN [BU. SHELLED CORN BU. OF OATS (liver Truck Lots of Grain ;L BROCKWAY (EST UNION, IOWA inc 2G2LW or 189W 1— Corn, Oats & Soybeans rling & Palas rORNEYS -AT-LAW »vcr Fostviile State Bank T. OPSAHL iCUinOPRACTOR |lce Over Abcrnethy'i 10 to 12 and 1 to S Js, Wednesdays, Fridays } JIS SCHUTTE LARD SCftUTTE! I Directors & Embalmers fwers For All Occasions sph B. Steele IOUNEY -AT-LAW Over Abernethy's Store telephone No. 240 fcW. Kiesau, M.D. F. Kiesau, M.D. Nr Louis Schutte te Sons H>ally 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 >t Friday afternoon!, nd Sat.—7 to 8:30 p. m. [L. R. TAPPAN Optometrist Professional Eye Care Phone 91 LKADER ( IOWA H. D. COLE entist |ver Citizens State Bulk My« rers, M. D. |<* Over Haebner'i Telephones: 'W Residence 1U-X F* Schneider EXERIN ASIAN I«. 170 Postvllle, low* 1 Iris Theatre Building - Have It Handy. One of your best aids is the cleaning closet, where all your housecleaning supplies can be gathered together for use at a minute's notice. It should be located in or near the kitchen and should be wide' enough, or deep enough, to hold all those housecleaning stores you may have scattered from the basement to the attic. Most cleaning closets are narrow, due to limited wall space. These closets should be built deep to take care of such items as the vacuum cleaner and attachments, carpet sweeper, wax applier, mops, pail, and a basket for carrying cleaning supplies. A recommended size is 2 feet wide and 2 feet deep. Home owners who are remodelling their kitchens, and new homebuilders, should consider plans for a larger closet, perhaps 4 feet wide and \\i feet deep. Corner shelves can be built into this closet, or into a special cupboard above. Shelves are for the modern bottled cleaners, manufactured to take much of the work out of keeping a house clean—such \ things as window cleaner, soapless cleanser, water softener, silver polish and metal cleaner, leather cleaner and preserver, and cleaning fluid and powder. Then there is a paint cleaner, liquid or powder; your disinfectant; the drain cleaner, wallpaper cleaner, upholstery and rug cleaner, scratch-concealing polish and rust remover. Use Attachments. With the vacuum cleaner attachments handy, this cleaning closet presents quite an array of fighters to help you wage the battle against dirt, any day of the week. And if the list sounds expensive, remember that you already have many of these items, but they may be scattered all over the house. Your cleaning closet can save dollars in wear and tear on your expensive cleaning equipment, too, by providing a place for you to keep it from being bumped about. A cleaning closet of this kind costs surprisingly little to make, and it will cost even less to remodel or enlarge the one you already have. Specifications for a good closet include hooks and nails spaced so that every article can hang free and so that any article can be removed without first taking out another. Complete plans can be obtained from the Extension Service, Ames, and from many other sources. DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa Wed., May 5 KLEM KLINE OLD AND NEW TIME MUSIC COMING—WED., MAY 12: BENNETT-GRETEN Financial Report of the Town of Postville, Iowa, For the Fiscal Year Ending March 31, 1948. (From April 1, 1947/to March 31, 1948) RECEIPTS County Tax: General Government $ 1,972.15 Independent Divisions .... 13,537.20 Special Assessments 234.10 Total $15,743.45 Office Receipts: Poll Tax $ 195.00 Business Licenses 70.00 Beer Permits 337.00 Cigarette Permits 525.00 Dog Licenses 61.00 Departmental Permits .... 5.50 Sale and Rent of Municipal Property 378.01 Elections 221.03 Refunds • 83.25 Miscellaneous 2.75 State Liquor Tax 1,214.44 Total $ 3,092.98 Street Department: Snow Removal $ 94.54 Weed Cutting 14.00 Tree Cutting 55.00 Iowa Gas Tax 1,626.39 EXPENDITURES General Government: City Officials—Salaries....$ 632.32 Legal Publications 479.80 Elections 309.21 City Hall 629.67 Municipal League 25.00 Miscellaneous and Supplies 1,631.78 Insurance and Official. Bonds 200.04 PROOF OF WILL. Total..! $ 3,907.82 Protection of Life and Property: Police Department $ 2,122.34 Fire Department 449.22 Total $ 2,571.56 Sanitation and Waste Removal: Sewage Disposal Plant....$ 2,299.92 Total $ 1,789.93 Miscellaneous: Transfer from — Waterworks Fund $ 2,000.00 Federal Works Agency Advance 1,000.00 Total $ 3,000.00 Girls Be Ready! — Men Be Brave! Leap Year Dance ! — with — SKIPPY ANDERSON'S ORCHESTRA PROM BALLROOM GARNAVILLO, IOWA FRIDAY, MAY 7th Adm. $1.00 per person (Tax Incl.) Have the greatest laugh night you ever had! All Rules will be in force til 11 P.M. Note: Sec window cards for rules. Grand Total of Receipts for Year Ending March 31 > 1948 $23,626.36 Total Fund Transfers $ 351.08 Total $ 2,299.92 Highway and Streets: General Expense $ 1,030.04 Street Cleaning 3,544.39 Street Lighting 1,188.61 Engineering 1,500.00 New Equipment 4,212.60 Total $11,475.64 Municipal Enterprises: Libraries $ 625.82 Hospital — 1,253.33 Total ....$ 1,879.15 Debt Service: General Bonds $ 4,203.25 Special Assessments 1,530.44 Total $ 5,733.69 Miscellaneous: Federal Withholding Tax $ 553.30 Iowa Old Age Insurance Fund 297.95 Check Charges 8.96 Iowa Use Tax 26.71 Total $ 886.92 Grand Total of Expenditures for Year Ending March 31, 1948 $28,754.70 Total Fund Transfers $ 351.08 REPORT OF UTILITIES coi * ,„ , RECEIPTS Sale of Water . Other Receipts ... ? 7,9 ™°? DON RHINES' RIDGE RIDERS FRIDAY, APRIL 30 FOR SALE Limited Supply of New Singer Cabinet Electric SEWING MACHINES Immediate Delivery While They Last! SINGER SEWING MACHINE CO. 661 Main DUBUQUE, IOWA Phone 1516 Total Receipts ? 7 - 966 - 78 EXPENDITURES Salaries and Wages: n °ir ation sots? Labor Other Expenditures: Insurance Repairs .. Supplies : 32.93 160.37 2,906.99 Pump House Lights _ 12.15 Power 1,402.72 Chemicals 1,552.68 Telephone 28.08 Iowa Sales Tax 152.52 Trucking and Freight 688.34 Transfer to General Fund 2,000.00 Total Disbursements $11,041.45 Cash on Hand, Waterworks Fund, March 31, 1948 $ 3,492.62 To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Minnie Heins, 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 May 24th, 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 27th day of April, 1948. O. H. FOSSUM, Clerk of District Court. By: Lloyd R. Kolsrud, Deputy. Burling and Palas, Attorneys for the Estate. Sell it through a Herald Want Ad DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., MAY 1 — Music By RHYTHM RAMBLERS COMING—SAT., MAY 8th Mississippi Nite Hawks put into every pound of CASH STATEMENT (Not Including Waterworks Account) Balance on Hand, April 1, 1947. $15 944 58 Total Receipts for Year Ending March 31, 1948 ZIZ'Zl 23W36 NOTICE To All Farmers! DO NOT BE UNDERPAID FOR DEAD HORSES AND COWS Total to Account for.. $39,570.94 Total Expenditures for Year Ending March 31, 1948 $28,754.70 Deduct—Warrants Outstanding March 31, 1948 ' 82.01 Total Deduction from Total to Account for.. Balance on Hand March 31, ..$28,672.79 1948 $10,898.15 REPORT OF MUNICIPAL INDEBTEDNESS MARCH 31, 1948 General Bonds $13,000.00 Special Assessment Bond None Grand Total $13,900.00 $ 20.o° WE ARE STILL PAYING UP TO (HIDES MUST BE GOOD) FREE GIFTS FOR SMALL ANIMALS ' If You Want Prompt Attention More Cash and Guaranteed Service — CALL — ALLAMAKEE COUNTY RENDERING SERVICE Postville—Phone 555 — or — COLE RENDERING SERVICE Waukon,Iowa—Phone 600 LICENSE NO. S6 VALUATION OF PROPERTY SUBJECT TO TAXATION ON ASSESSMENT OF JANUARY 1, 1947 Class of Property: Real Property $ 686,966.00 Personal Property 103,599.00 Railroad Property 15,065.00 Telephone, Telegraph and Express Companies 2,241.00 Utilities, Including .Transmission Lines and Pipe Lines 28,829.00 Total Except Monies and Credits $ 836,700.00 Total Monies and Credits 737,100.00 Total Valuation of All Property $1,573,800,00 Clerk of the Town of Postville, Iowa Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US Postwlle Rendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAVKON—Call Sanderman City Service—Telephone No. Ui MoGBEGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55-J OSSIAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. till MONONA—Call Mr. ZierJcr—Telephone No. 208 EOSSVnXE-CaU BowvUle Locker Plant with 4 PINTS OF CREAM BUTTER'S golden-yellow sunshine color comes from cream. It takes four pints of cream to make a pound of BUTTER. SO BUTTER'S natural golden glow.. . bestowed by /our pints of cream in every pound ... is your way to identify BUTTER ... your protection against substitution... your guarantee that you get what you pay for—golden, delicious BUTTER. ONLY BUTTER CAN BE BUTTER! IT'S BETTER WITH BUTTER Farmers Cooperative Creamery Company of Postville 6 Big Pullets ...in every bag of PURINA GROWENA y yy Yes, there's enough of the vital food essen- 'tials, all properly balanced, in every bag oi Purina Growena to raise 6 big pullets from the time they go off Purina Startena until they're ready to lay. Growena is a complete growing ration. Grows pullets big, thrifty, uniform in size. Purina Growing Chow balances your grain. A bag with grain will grow 12 big pullets. We say—it pays to grow 'em rightl PULLET WORMER —Worm pullets ior large roundworms at 10-12 weeks. Use- Purina Chek-R-Ton. It's effective, shockless. easy. Just mix Chek-R- Ton in the mash. IMS ilORl WITH IHt CHECKERBOARD SIL.N MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa

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