Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 23, 1948 · Page 2
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June 23, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 2

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PAGE TWO. Dr.F.W.Norden Optometrist PHONE 137 WAUKON, IOWA Office Hours: 9:00 to 12.00 1:15 to 5:00 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Office Closed Thursday Afternoon THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WtUNKSUAY, JUN E State News Letter(Continued from page 1> ventablc diseases. Dr. Jordan resigned several months ago to take a position in Texas. Mid-Summer Festival DANCE Saturday, June 26 CEC TURNER and his ORCHESTRA Admission—75c Tuesday, June 29 AL MENKE and the Band with a MILLION Friends ADMISSION — 75c NEW LEGION CLUB North of Decorah on Highway 52 EVERYONE IS WELCOME! i " . REMEMBER t There is only one GKEEN COLONIAL GREEN COLONIAL Super Quiet OIL BURNER Replace worn out or inefficient oil burners and save fuel! Colonial's top quality, plus care in planning installations assures comfort, economy and convenience. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREED C0L0MAL fURflPCE SERVICE Hospital Grants The Iowa hospital advisory committee will meet in Des Moines June 29 and 30 to go over the revised hospital plan and get ready for the second year's allocations. The second allotment of Sl.341.450 in federal aid grants will be available July 1. The first applications were approved by the committee in May for construction of hospitals in nine high priority areas. They included Bloomfield. Keosauua. Winterset, Greenfield. Algona. Manchester. Watikon, Maquoketa. and Fairfield. Few "Bad Risks" The Veterans Administration in Iowa reports that out of 25.000 veterans who have been loaned $100,000,000 for the purchase of homes only eight have turned out to be bad risks. Only one foreclosure was necessary, but*seven others have been started for nonpayment of loans. Better Prison Care Inmates at Fort Madison state prison, who say they are treated better now than they were 40 years ago. credit a large porportion of the beneficial changes to Warden Percy Lainson and the late Warden Glenn Haynes, who died in 1942 after serving nine years. A recent issue of the Presidio, monthly magazine published by the prisoners, pointed to an expansion of prison buildings, progress in modern administrative methods and a change in "philosophy of prison officials" as examples of better treatment now than in 1910. Abolition of the lock step, chains and strict silence rules were cited as major improvements in conditions. A. A. A. committee will also be present to discuss this year agricultural program and benefit payments for weed control practices. Definite information will be given on the use of 2 4-D, sodium chlorate in weed eontrol. each to the differ ent materials and where it should be used. Supplying equipment and other types of farm machinery will also be on exhibit. These are three very important meetings and farmers of the County are requested to attend at least one of these sessions, bring any question or problem they may have on soils, farm crops, and weed spray material. illlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll CORN BORER DAMAGE HEAVY IN THE COUNTY THREE SOU. MEETINGS SCHEDULED FOR JUNE 24 Three soil conservation meetings will be held in Allamakee county on Thursday, June 24, at the following farms; Melvin Steffenson farm, Makee township, Thursday morning, June 24, 9:00 a. m.; Vivian Zoll farm, French Creek township, Thursday afternoon. June 24, 1:30 p. m.; Paul Pufahl farm, Linton township. Thursday afternoon, June 24, 1:30 p. b. These three meetings are being supported through the cooperation of the S. C. S., A. A. A., farm bureau an extension service, in complying with the governor in setting the week of June 21 as soil conservation week for Iowa. At each meeting improved methods of soil conservation practices will be observed, including strip cropping, contouring, pasture mixtures, etc. Representatives of the county There is no room in Allamakee county cornfields for the corn borer. The approximate damage in Allamakee county from the corn borer last year amounted to $129,572. Programs are now being outlined to fight this menace. Here are the main steps, as outlined by Harold Gunderson. Iowa State College extension entomologist, for stopping corn borer damage. Start watching your earliest planted corn when it reaches an average height of 18-20 inches to the tips of the longest leaves. Examine carefully three groups of 10 plants in widely separated parts of the field and count the number of egg masses on the plants in each group. When you find an average of 15 egg masses on the 30 plants (50 masses per 100 plants) make arrangements to treat the field, using one to one and one-half pounds of actual DDT per acre. Second Application Usually it js best to wait a few days before treatment unless most of the eggs are black and hatching. A second application of DDT at the same rate should be made seven to 10 days after the first treatment, if 50 white egg masses per 100 plants can still be found. Tractor-mounted ground sprayers equipped with a boom which provides three nozzles per row will give satisfactory control of first- brood borers. The spray pressure may range from 35 to 350 pounds per square inch, and all three nozzles should be adjusted to provide a maximum concentration of spray in the whorl and leaf axils. Cover all parts of the plant with DDT to kill young borers as they hatch from the eggs. May Apply as Dust The DDT may be applied as a dust, using ground dusters having two nozzles directed at each row. Here again, apply one to one and one-half pounds actual DDT per acre ' per treatment. Dusts drift badly when wind velocities rise above four miles per hour, however. Spray or dust may also be applied by airplane. .that's why and ONLY Chevrolet lilllltlllli More value—more motoring en/oy- ment for your money! That's what you get in this smarter, smoother- riding, more dependable and more economical Chevrolet. You get more value in/Its style-leading Body by Fisher,- more value in its road-smoothing Unitized Knee-Action Ride; more value in the thrilling performance of its Valve-in-Head engine and in the stopping-power of its Positive-Action Hydraulic Brakes—all exclusive to Chevrolet at lowest prices! Yes, CHEVROLET AND ONLY CHEVROLET IS FIRST in all-round value. That's why more people buy it and more people drive it than any other moke! SPECIAL EXTRA-LOW PRESSURE TIRES en Wid*-Rim 15-inch Wh«*l«* (244b. pressure **V—ell awed) Chevrolet offers you Hi* fir* of lim tor easy, restful riding. Kemarkoble new extra-law pr*uvr» first that give a much »of*r, more comfortable rldej absorb road shocks instead of transmitting them to you and your carj provide safer stopping, greater blow-out protection, and long, more himirioui mil*- ag*. All due to larger fire-body, more air of lower pressure, advanced tire design. *OptiwMl at mall titta cost. John Falb & Sons Falb Motor and Implement ELGIN, IOWA POSTVILLE, IOWA June, the traditional wedding month, is with us ilgain and the June bride reigns throughout the entire country. The merchants of Postville extend hearty congratulations to her and the husband she has chosen. We, the business firms of Postville, extend to the young couples who have joined in the traditional June custom, our best wishes. We wish to welcome them as our customers. We are here to offer our services to assist young couples in their needs and assure them that we shall do all in our power to help them in every way possible. Here's A Good Rule to Follow It Pays to Trade In Postville Abernethy Clothiers Allamakee Hatchery W. H. Behrens Company Commercial Hotel Cook's Shell Service Coast-To-Coast Store Casten Bros. Oil Company Citizens State Bank Ellis Bros. Blacksmith Shop Emil's Place Electric Motor Shop Geo. C. Eder Western Auto Store Earl Abernethy Recreation Falb Motor Company Farmers Store Postville Quality Foods J. L. Gregg & Sons Lumber Co. L. Hofer, Trucking and Feeds Huebner's Hoth Brothers Hardware Home Oil Company J. T. Humphrey Hartwig's Service Station Harold's Cash Grocery Hecker Brothers Louis L. Hill Helgerson's Grocery L. O. Koevenig Lovering and Company C. F. Meier & Company Nyberg's Farm & Home Supply Northern Iowa Nursery Olson Implement Company Postville Lumber Company Postville Feed Mill Postville Locker Service Postville Bakery Earl Peake's Old Style Tavern Postville Meat Market Postville State Bank Postville Herald Phillips "66" Station The Palm Rima Cafe Ricker's Super Service Ruckdaschel Motors R. E. A. Office H. V. Steele, Insurance Schroeder's Grocery Gilbert Schroeder Produce Louis Schutte & Sons Boyd Turner, Insurance Thoma Cafe Fred J. Thoma Grocery Glen Tindell V. & J. Cafe A. C. Webster, Insurance Willman Motor llllUillllll

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