Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 16, 1948 · Page 8
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June 16, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

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PAGE EIGHT. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JU NE ^ Dependable USED TRUCKS 1—1947 CHEVROLET S. W. B. Truck with Hiffh Torque motor. 8.25 front. 9.00 rear duals and Browncy Transmission. 1—1947 CHEVROLET S. W. B. Truck with High Torque motor. 8.25 front, S.25 rear duals and two-speed rear axle. These Trucks can be furnished with saddle tanks and fifth wheel or dump bodies. 1—1942 L. AV. B. KS-5 INTERNATIONAL. 8.25 tires. 15Mi Combination stock body. 1—1940 DS-30 INTERNATIONAL L. W. B. Chassis and Cab. 7.00 x20 tires. These Trucks will be sold with a guarantee. M. E. Vyverberg Phone 122 OSSIAX, IOWA As 1 See It by C. W. D. Illllllllll From the Airlanes of Radio To Thrill Your Dancing Feet— LES HARTMANN and His YVMT Iowa Cornhuskers Saturday June 19 COIN SHOWER DANCE Honoring MISS CLARA WILLIE of Garnavillo — and — SIR. STANLEY MOSER of Guttenberg Tuesday, June 22 Music By RAY ALTO — and his — COWBOYS Please leave gift in envelope at the door, or ADMISSION—69c plus tax The result of the Iowa primaries left a few seeds of doubt in my mind as to my ability as a political prognosticator. In fact, the choices made on the outcome of the Republican convention in Philadelphia have been written down and hidden away in a secret spot and will remain there unless my lut"k changes a little. • • * * * "There ain't no flies on us." Coming to work Monday morning we found the business district well coated with D. D. T. and not a fly- in sight. The spraying job was complete and should act to give the town a freedom from the summer nuisance. • • • • • Al Capp. creater of the Li'l Abner. cartoon, was not so many months ago severely critized because of belittling references made in his comic strip to congress and its members. Now, our chief executive, traveling under the guise of a non-political tour, is LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa DRESSED SPRING CHICKENS For Sunday Dinners READY FOR THE PAN GET THEM ANYTIME! Available now until Fall MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Phone 234 Postvilie, Iowa DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., JUNE 19 RAY ALTO'S COWBOYS OPEN WEDNESDAY through SATURDAY starting May 12th COMING—SAT., JUNE 26: ARNTE STUHR'S BAND USED CAR VALUES 1947 G. M. C. %-ton Pickup 1946 CHEVROLET Pickup 1946 FORD Two-Door Sedan 1941 FORD %-ton Pickup 1936 PONTIAC Fulton Sunshields Glostex Seat Covers — Ready for installation. WILLMAN MOTOR Telephone No. 293 POSTVILLE, IOWA Heated Eggs Are A Loss To The Producer, Buyer And Consumer Heated eggs are caused by the body temperature (100 degrees) of the chickens who sit on the nests. Cluck hens and laying hens will heat the eggs if left in the nests. It is better to pick up your eggs in the middle of the forenoon, early afternoon and late afternoon in wire baskets and set them on your basement floor for fast cooling. DO NOT WASH YOUR EGGS! We have sandpaper brushes for cleaning eggs. Wire Baskets can be had at 60c. PRICES ON EGGS: 42c -39c-29c Access to the plant may be had by driving V/ 2 blocks east of Farmers Store and driving in the alley between J. E. Horgan and Eldo Kurdelmeier, temporarily while our street is in the process of being paved. Hansen & Matson Co. Telephone No. 251 Postvilie, Iowa lambasting congress with- much the same ferver as Capp. It is hard to tell where the Tunny book characters being and end in this case. Recently the Soviet government offered a prize for a monument design to the great Russian poet, Pushkin. *None was satisfactory. Finally, on' second call a design showing a great figure of Stalin reading a small volume of Pushkin's poetry was submitted. It won. • » * * • Sunday. June 20. is Father's Day. Dad conies into his own again on this day and everyone remembers to put him back to the position on the pedestal where he belongs. To often he becomes an accepted factor in the life* of a family and we fail to give any verbal recognition to him. Sunday we will recognize him as king for a day, or in most cases, recognize him from that position which he normally assumes. « * * * « June Dairy Month is the time set aside by the dairy farmer and their industry to pay tribute to the dairy cow and the milk she produces for a better way of life for all. We in America are fortunate to have enough milk and milk products, butter, ice cream, cheese, and others which are the nation's best food buys in today's market. The Herald this week joins in the observance of Dairy Month recognizing the value of the dairy industry to our way of life. Left To Write By Bob Klauer. greater than the total number of delegates to the convention, not counting those who are pledged to favorite sons on the first ballot. And speaking of favoritfe sons reminds us of the quip which Howard Brubaker recently had in New Yorker Magazine. "It is pretty certain," Brubaker wrote, "that the race for the GOP nomination will be an open one. Nobody knows what will happen when all the expendable favorite sons have been expended." We are of the opinion that once the convention gets its organization work completed the delegates will get the balloting out of the way as quickly as possible. With the hotel situation acute and rooms so scarce, Philadelphia has become the "City of Un-Brotherly Love" at least on room rates. With rooms costing from $9.00 per day up to as much as $200 with a five day minimum payable on arrival, and apartments and suites listed at from $200 to $1,000 a week, it is not likely that many of the delegates will be anxious to prolong their stay and will make every effort to bring about an adjournment not later than Friday, June 25th or Saturday, June 26th. Call A Cab One of the things a Senate Appropriations sub-committee learned at a hearing a few days ago is that four out'of every' ten people receiving federal relief in Washington. D. C, use taxicabs to go to and from the office where they draw relief benefits. 'With the high cost of shoes perhaps they figure they are money ahead. Opinions expressed in this column are those of the writer and do not necessarily conform to the editorial policy of this newspaper. This week we join the big parade which is moving on to Philadelphia for the Republican National Convention which opens next Monday, June 21st. With Senator A. L. Doud, of Doubs, who is the sergeant at arms of the Iowa delegation, we plan to open the Iowa Headquarters at the Benjamin Franklin Hotel prior to the arrival of most of the Iowa delegates and alternates, a couple of days before the opening of the convention. At this writing we wouldn't venture even the slightest kind of a guess as to who .will get the nod and become the presidential nominee of the Republican Party. We are sure, however, that we w ; ill have an opportunity to see history in the making and that the man who is selected will be elected president of the United States come next November. Of course the various candidates will, until the hour the balloting begins, lay claim to having certain numbers of delegates pledged to them on the early ballots. As is usual these claims which are now being made by the leading contenders are greatly exaggerated. In fact the total number of delegates which is now being claimed by the three leading contenders is THANK YOU . . I wish to thank the voters of Allamakee County for their support and assistance at the primary election. JOHN P. KING FATHER'S DAY DANCE Saturday, June 19 RAY STOLZENBERG and the — Northern Playboys COME ON OUT POP ! ! ! Free Prizes For Dancing Dads. Admission—75c DANCE! Tuesday, June 22 GUY DE LEO and his ORCHESTRA Admission—75c NEW LEGION CLUB North of Decorah on Hirhway 52 EVEBYONE IS WELCOME! New Ford To Go On Display Here Friday The new 1949 Ford will be on display this weekend at Ruckdaschel Motors it was announced this week. The new car will have its first showing in Postvilie Friday in conjunction with the showing in display rooms thruout the entire country. The 1949 Ford is completely now in design and style and marks the biggest design change in the low priced field since the war. The car on display here will be a two door. St. Bridget's Conducts Successful School Here Meat production is likely to remain below last year, the smallest output coming during the summer, Iowa State College economists say. DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa Wed., June 23 Bennett - Greten "Your Favorite Dance Band" COMING—WED., JUNE 30: KLEM KLINE Heard over KWNO on Saturdays iiiiiiiiiiiuuiiiitiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii) LENSING'S "BETTER" USED CARS '48 Ford "Super Deluxe" Club Cpe. Maroon, Radio, Heater, Overdrive '47 Chevrolet "FleetUne Aero" R.-H. '47 Chevrolet "Fleetmaster" Club Coupe—Radio & Heater •46 Chevrolet "Std. R-master" 2-Dr. Radio and Heater Chevrolet "Master Del." 2-Dr. Radio and Heater Chevrolet "Special Del." 2-Dr. Radio and Heater Ford "Deluxe" Club Coupe— Radio and Heater '41 Hudson Convertible—Radio and Heater and Overdrive '36 Ford 2-Door '35 Chevrolet 2-Door '34 Chevrolet 4-Door '30 Ford 4-Door '30 Chevrolet 2-Door '37 Ford Pickup , '38 Chevrolet l'A ton Truck 41 '41 '41 JEROME H. LENSING Festina, Iowa St. Bridget's School of Religion taught by Sister M. Roberta and Sister M. Paschal of the Presentation Order, closed a successful two weeks of school. The following children received first communion on Sunday, June 13: Thomas Waters. Dwight De Witt. Susan Braun. Lois Schlee, Gloria Winter, and Robert Berns. TOWN COUNCIL PROCEEDINGS An adjourned regular meeting of the Town Council of Postvilie, Iowa, held pursuant to the adjournment of the regular monthly meeting of June 4, 1948, was held in the Council Rooms, Memorial Hall, at 7:30 o'clock P. M. on June 10, 1948. Mayor M. C. Deering was absent. The following councilmcn were present: F. C. Ruckdaschel, Keith Gregg, Glenn Olson and James Overland. Councilman Fred J. Miller was absent. Councilman Ruckdaschel was appointed to act as chairman of the meeting. On motion, purchase of an Air Pack Fire Suit for ttie Postvilie Volunteer Fire Department authorized. The Clerk stated that the U proceedings incident to the ail tiscment for bids on the waterworks improvement and i hearing on the proposed pi specifications and form of cootti would be completed by the , neys in about ten clays. Vjp 0B , tton, the meeting adjourned to« o'clock P. M., June 25, 1948, in | Council Rooms, Memorial HaB.1 JOSEPH B. STEELE, f Town Ctal M. C. DEERING, Mayor. Published in the Postvilie Her] June 16, 1948. Iowa ranked fourth in the number of dairy sires last year. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa SAT., JUNE 19 VIKING Accordion Band Old and New Time Dance Music To the Republican Voters Of Allamakee County: I am deeply grateful for having been accorded the nomination as state representative at your hands and I sincerely thank you. Elmer Pieper Enjoy • • . Keep Your Stock From Going Buggy list Watkins Farm Insecticide Watlcins Farm Insecticide is a new insect killer to be used on livestock and in buildings. It contains both pyrethrum and DDT, which leaves a residual action. Remains effective for two to three weeks on livestock; many weeks inside of buildings. A four pound package of Watkins Farm Insecticide makes 8 gallons of spray. It will do the job effectively. Phone and mail orders promptly filled. r"our Watkim Dealer Albert R. Lubke Phone 345 -J Postvilie I GEORGE KOHLMANN g President I A. C. WEBSTER H Vice President | LEO O. 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