Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 16, 1948 · Page 2
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 16, 1948
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PAGE TWO. THE POST VILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JUNE 16 , CORN FOR SALE! 5,009 BU. GOOD EAR CORN 3,000 BU. SHELLED CORK 2^00 BU.^OF OATS We Deliver Truck Lots cf Grain NOEL BROCKWAY WEST UNION, IOWA Phone 262LW or 189W Wanted —Corn, Oats & Soybeans State New* Letter— (Continued from page 1) mission show that 110,051 persons have been granted veterans property tax exemptions totaling $55,411.399. That's nearly double the $28,000,000 in exemptions granted in 1944. A sharp increase in home ownership and the addition of 54,420 World War II veterans to the list account for the boost in exemption claims. In addition, 53.012 World WALNUT GARDEN COTTAGE AVAILABLE NOW! LOW-COST ... EASILY ERECTED Two bedrooms, kitchen, living- diniog room, bath, closets. Size, 36 by 18 by 9H feet Prefabricated of selected material for strength, durability, pleasing appearance. Fully insulated. A variety of floor plans to suit your needs. Easily erected of precision built sections. Quality materials. Save with Walnut Pre-Fabrication. COME IN TODAY... GET FULL DETAILS. PLACE YOUR ORDERS NOW! MEYER'S WALNUT IUILDINGS ARE: INSULATED . . . Double Insulation, dead air space VENTILATED .. . Adjustable louTfes in sable ends WELL LIGHTED ... Ample windows; ao dark corners CONVENIENT ... Wall - to - wall head •pace ATTRACTIVE ... White walls, (teen roofs, semi. Gothic ECONOMICAL ... Pre-fabrication and standard deslfa meant low price Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Thank You SATURDAY, JUNE 19th will be our Seventh Anniversary of serving as Your John Deere Store In Postville." We wish to thank our many friends and customers for their patronage in the past and we welcome your continued good will in the future. Olson Implement Co. "Your John Deere Store In Postville" inrairaiiiffifflffiiiiHuiii'JinifiiiiiiL'iiiiii USE MAUTZ NYBERG'S FARM and HOME SUPPLY Postville, Iowa War I veterans claimed exemptions; 2,187 for the Spanish-American War and 360 for Civil War. The exemptions range from $500 for World War II veterans to $3,000 for veterans or beneficiaries of Civil War veterans. LUANA I V > St John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, June 20 — No Sunday School or Bible Class. 10:00 a. m., Church service and Children's Day program. 12:00, Congregation picnic. Monday, June 21— Brotherhood meeting at 8:00 p. m. Reid Schultz left Sunday evening on a business trip of a few days in Minneapolis, Minnesota.- Mrs. Joe Starck and Danny are visiting relatives at Marion while Mr. Starck is on a business trip to Ames. Robert Collins and Robert Neverman, who spent the weekend with home folks left Sunday for Ames where they* are trucking. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schuldt of Owatonna, Minnesota were Sunday and Monday guests in the home of their sister, Miss Alma Landt. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Staley and daughter, Crystal and Mrs. Harley Gossman visited in the John Flynn home at Waucoma Sunday afternoon. On Monday Mrs. Minnie Collins and son Eugene and Mrs. Reka Jacobi were in Austin, Minnesota to visit Mrs. Jacobi's brother, Charles Krambeer, who was critically ill. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moran and two children of Waterloo were Sunday guests of Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter, bringing Mrs. Hunter home after spending the past ten days in the Moran home. Mr. and Mrs. William Bugenhagen, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schrader, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Berg of this vicinity attended the funeral of William A. Meyer at Castalia, Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Pflughoeft of Milwaukee, Wisconsin were Monday evening guests in the Lynn Hangartner home and on Tuesday they were dinner guests in the home of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Nelson and daughter Barbara of Clarkfield, Minnesota and Mrs. Gladys Brooks and Oscar Thorson of Decorah were Sunday evening visitors in the William C. Staley and Harley Gossman homes. Mr. and Mrs. Levi Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Reil Schultz with relatives and friends of Marquette enjoyed a picnic supper on Pikes Peak at McGregor Sunday. Mrs. Reka Jacobi, Mrs. Minnie Collins and son Eugene^ Henry Krambeer and Mrs. Ben Krambeer attended the funeral of their brother and uncle, Charles Tirambeer, at Austin, Minnesota Friday. He passed away Tuesday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker, Mr. and Mrs. Bernhardt Palas, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schrader left early Friday morning to attend the wedding of Eldon Knuth to Patricia Bormuth at LaFayette, Indiana Friday afternoon. They returned Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Vinton Leas and sister, Joyce of Rossville and sister, Mrs. Cornelius Oalff of Lansing, spent Sunday with relatives at Adams, Minnesota. ^tllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllH,,,,,,),,,,,,,,,,,,,,,,^ THANK YOU! I I wish to take this op-1 fportunity to thank the! | voters of this county for j fthe support that theyj I have given me in the i I June primary. WM. F. SHAFER ItllllMIIIIIHIIMHMlllHiHHiitllmiiiitiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiii* Mrs. Vinton Leas remained to help care for her father, who is ill. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Radloff and son Gary returned home Sunday evening from Piquot Lakes, Minnesota where they enjoyed a weeks outing and fishing. Mrs. Amanda Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knuth, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Knuth left Thursday for La Fayette, Indiana where they attended the wedding of their son, brother and nephew, Eldon L. Knuth to Patricia Bormuth, Friday afternoon, in the Holy Trinity English Lutheran church. Mrs. Amanda Knuth left with friends for Detroit, Michigan for a weeks visit while the rest returned home Saturday. Remember Father's Day Sunday, June 20 Wrist Watches Stone Rings Pen and Pencil Sets Tie Sets Watch Bands W. J. HANKS Your Jeweler * Thank You... I wish to express my sincere thanks to the voters of Allamakee County for the splendid support given me in the Primary Election, June 7. M. C. DEERING REPAIR.. Binder and Haying Equipment] .. NOW! —*— PARTS ARE AVAILABLE FALB'S ELGIN POSTVILLE GUTTENBERG jjggiCT ^FJjJEL* SHORTAGE* Colonial's New ALL - FUEL FURNACE A complete and economical forced air system that can be easily converted from coal to gas or oil. BURN COAL NOW and change to GAS or OIL later if you wish. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREEfl COLOniflL fURflflCE SERVICE 'JIWJiUlilllWMma r IN 1 EVERY CAN ISnnBinrEjririitiin' ;i iCi*. . Lowe Brothers DERBY RED BARN PAINT Fcr low cost protection, UM LOWE BROTHERS DERBY RED BARN PAINT—and get extra paint in every can. It's eo thick that Derby Red requires the addition o£ a halt gallon of linseed oil to each gallon of paint for the finishing coat. And remember, DERBY RED BARN FAINT compares favorably with many higher-priced paints. Use it for barns, silos, fences and metal roofs—it prevents decay and rust. Postville Lumber Company H. J. MEYER. Manager mniuimummrmmumiimilHiimillllllUl Don't Know What to BUY Your Very Favorite GUY? DEAR DAD: Pleasehelp us get you what you REALLY want by checking the correct items below. Thanks! THE FOLKS. M With the list below, the boys at Abernethy's will have no trouble helping you fix me up properly. Here's a sure-fire way to give him what he wants FATHER'S DAY SUNDAY, JUNE 20 DIRECTIONS FOR FATHER 1. Go over the list carefully, checking the blanks that will do you the most good. 2. Sign on the clotted line. 3. Carefully hide this gentle hint in an inconspicuous place (such as the middle of the living room floor), with a stack of bricks on it. 4. If the family's a little slow, let us know —we 'll furnish some bright red arrows to point out the list for them. 5. Just sit back and relax these are the easiest "checks" you've ever written for the family! I can always use: • Several pairs of Health- knit jockey shorts • Several pairs of socks • Some new silk ties • A new pair of suspenders Luxuries no one's ever given me: • A lightweight sport coat or jacket • A water-repellant jacket for fishing or, golf I never get enough: • Handkerchiefs • Pajamas • T-Shirts (both plain and fancy) • Good leather belts You might not guess I'd like to have: • A new Portis Straw Hat • A Collar and Tie Clip • Swimming Trunks Q A fine leather wallet IMPORTANT NOTICE TO THE FAMILY: For Pete's Sake REMEMBER My Collar size is Shoe size is Sleeve length is Sock size is Waist size is Hat size is—_ Pant length is General coloring is And the colors I dislike are Sign here— I sure need: • A new pair of slacks • Plenty of Shirts • A new Raincoat I've never had but always wanted: • A Capps Suit • Two or three sport shirts • A pair of Crosby Square ventilated shoes If you're worried about fitting me just right with some items, a gift certificate will be a big help! ABERNETHY CLOTHIERS Outfitters of Men and Boys

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