Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 23, 1948 · Page 8
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 23, 1948
Page 8
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PAGE EIGHT. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, J« NE 23 , Typewriters For Sale! USED REMINGTON AND L. C. SMITH MODELS^ The Postville High School has nine typewriters for sale at $40 each. These machines are being replaced by new models. All typewriters are in good condition and are late models. Contact K. T. COOK, Supt. 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 hare 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 Postville, Iowa See It by C. W. D. Hawaii and Alaska are now running neck and neck in the race for Statehood. Last week Hawaii sent Senator Guy Cordon of Oregon enough fresh pineapple to supply the restaurant tables of the Capitol. Alaska's "Plug" was several hundred pounds of salmon. It must mean something to the world at large to realize that while territories are trying desperately to become members of this commonwealth of States, the countries adjacent to Russia are trying frantically to avoid being coerced into becoming members of the Soviet Union. ***** The new Ford proved quite an attraction here this weekend. A number of people gathered before Elrie Ruckdaschel had the garage doors open awaiting to see the "new look" in the Ford Motor Company car line. They were far from disappointed, too, as the "Old Lizzie" had undergone a complete change from front to rear, inside and out, with only the name plate remaining the same. • •••*' / Notice was received this week from Waterloo announcing the third annual Waterloo Baseball School to be held in Waterloo Stadium for a four day period starting Monday, June 28. The school lis sponsored jointly by the Chicago White Sox and the Waterloo Recreation Commissipn. An invitation has been extended to older boys and young men, 15 years of age and over. Charlie "Red" Ruffing, former Yankee pitcher and now a member of the White Sox scouting system, will head' the school. It was emphasized by White Sox officials that the school is primarily one of instruction, for high school boys as well as others. Allamakee county this week has fallen below the state average in the purchase of Savings Bonds during the present Security Loan drive being conducted thruout the country. Sales show the county has reached 46.31 per cent of its quota with the state as a whole having reached a figure of 47.14 per cent of its quota. Sales were slowed at one time during the early uncertainty of the crop season but with the rains and favorable conditions prevailing here in this area during the past two weeks, it was hoped that sales might climb to higher levels. Indications are that purchase of savings bonds will show an increase in the next few weeks. Now! Sealed! BUT £a4iet TO OPEN AND RE-CAP NO CAP TO AND Quiet? AS A this is ECON-O-SEAL Our New Double-Sanitary Twice-As-Convenient , Aluminum Closure This closure actually seals. And, it protects the vital pouring lip of the bottle against dirt and contamination. Yet it Is so easy to' remove—and replace. Just turn gently—and lift off. Snap it' right back on if you wish. The closures are gay, too. A different bright color for every.milk product.' You're safer with double-protected milk. Buy it from our routcman—or at the grocery. Always' the bottle with the gay aluminum top, •' WATERS DAIRY Telephone No. 237-J Postville, Iowa LOCAL ITEMS Eight decks of cattle were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb, Mrs. Ben Buren and Elizabeth Ann and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb are spending today in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele were in Cedar Rapids last Saturday looking over the Freedom Train at its stop in that city. s Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldag, Linda Ann, Merrillen and Dean, were Sunday visitors in the Fred Heins and Leonard Oldag homes. Dean is home on furlough from army service. J. Kenneth Sanders of Tryon North Carolina flew to Chicago and was accompanied here by his sister, Mrs. John Reinecke, of Hins dale, Illinois Tuesday, to attend the funeral of Lee B. Folsom today. Mrs. Fred Bareis and Ethel Bareis of Castalia, Mrs. Arnold Backhaus, Mrs. William Baltz, Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Victor Walter, Mrs. Verla Heusman, Shirley, Marlyn and Jeleein, were a luncheon at the home of Mrs. Louis Luebka Tuesday afternoon. \ Mrs. Cora Lennon returned last Thursday from Rochester, Minnesota where she had been in the clinic there for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Dnre Enebriet and daughter of Clear Lake spent last Tuesday al the home of their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanks. * Miss Murtis Gordanier, who is taking nurses training at University hospital in Iowa City spend the weekend in the home of her sisters, Opal and Vi Gordanier and also .with-athgr relatives and friends. .• Mr. and Mrs. William H. Sciler of Iowa City who have been visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Klingbcil and family, returned Sunday, from a trip to Omaha, Nebraska and also in the state of Kansas. Guests Sunday in the Ed Schlee home were Mr. and Mrs. Will Landt of Luana, Mrs. Frank Welsch of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee and Kathryn Jo, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd returned home Sunday from a weeks vacation trip to the Bad Lands and Black Hills of South Dakota and part of Wyoming and Nebraska. On their return trip they stopped at the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mohs of Owatonna, Minnesota. Visitors in the Herman Schupbach home the past week were Mr. and Mrs. Frederick Schupbach of San Diego, California, Mr. and Mrs. Albert L. Schupbach, Glen Schupbach and Julianne Czjaka, of Detroit, Michigan, Anna Mae Schupbach of Anamosa, Bob Sielemanj of Iowa City, Mrs. Anna Schupbach' and Rueben of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs/ William Schupbach of Fayette, and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Weithorn Monona. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts returned Friday evening after an eight day trip to Houston. Texas where they spent several days visiting Mrs. Roberts' sister and family. Mr. Roberts reports crops Jooked good thru the states in which they drove with the wheat crop especially good. Mrs. Roberts' niece, Carol Smith of Friendswood, returned with them to spend a two weeks visjt in their home here. p A picnic dinner was held last /Sunday at Tourist Park in honor of Dean Oldag who is home on furlough from his army duties. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldag, Linda Ann, Merrellen and Dean Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldag and family. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Meyer and Bonnie, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geick, Melinda Casten, Mrs. Amanda Meyer and Helen, Roland Gray, Will Foels and Mr and Mrs. Fred Heins. Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKON—Call Snnderman City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—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. 2111 MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVDLLE—Call Rossville Locker Plant Mr. and Mrs. G. L. Hanks and Mr. and Mrs. H. N. Hanks left for home after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanks. Lee Folsom Passes (Continued from page 11 up their present homestead, "Highland View." ' After retiring from general farming a few years ago Lee devoted his time to his hobby of raising horses. In this work he exhibited at many horse shows and became widely known to horse lovers throughout this section of the state. He was a Mason and a member of the Order of Easter Star. He helped to organize the Postville Big Rour Fair and served on the Fair Board for many years. He was also a director of the Postville Farmers' Cooperative Store for some time. Tribute to Lee Folsom Lee was a thoroughbred. Those qualities, which he exemplified throughout his life, placed him unreservedly in that class. His ever ready smile and helping hand will long be remembered. He always gave generously and cheerfully of his time and labor in assisting friends and neighbors and in community projects always count on Leo. His creed might well have "Let me live In a house by ft, of the road, And be a friend to man." And now we would think o|| on his last long ride, erect it| saddle, with a steady rein, saj still, ns he passed "the great dirt CARBOLA-DI DON'T LET THOSE CHKXSJ Now 1* the lime to mini ini | JJ^J poultry house* .before ,ou put indSSSl Mason, using the old teliible CifiEl destroys disease cerms such, is di33>" rhnleF«. that fair* «n .,,...1' / ^ cholera, that take so roiQjr chickVS" broodenand poultry houses. SiraubXIa DDT io water end brush ot ,S other surfaces. Dust floors, StoicM nests with dry powder to kill ltt SSA down ammonia. Rub powder into S3 destroy, lice. Used by sericultuislT hatcheries and thousands of Umn KILLS FLIES AND GERMS Ml la the 2ft DDT now comiined iocm. have » guaranteed HY KILLER rS. acute for months.when applied sstsiWI barns and-othcr buildings. In tiMSi the germltilllng disinfection. wblaV." Banns disease, tuberculosis and uatrl Dries white: meets Board oIHetlthn? One at two easy paintings a jeir do} Douglass Pharmj Postville, Iowa Isn't it about time to CHECK UP? HERE'S, a question dairy farmer: for every i # How long since you checked your insurance to be certain that the amount of coverage would be adequate at today's replacement costs? # Our farm customers find that we understand the hazards against which they must provide. That is why so many of them have put their insurance in our hands. # You're invited always to come in and talk over any form of insurance with us—n.o costs or obli- ation. # And we can't think of a better time to do it than in Dairy Month —in which Iowa salutes its great dairy industry. Turner Insurance Agency "Complete Insurance Service" Telephone No. 170-J Postville, Iowa We Believe In Our We believe in doing everything consistent with good banking, to help the community grow, not only because of our obligation to our customers, but because of our desire to grow with our community. Banking is a vital part of the life of any community. 1 Citizens State Bank] I POSTVILLE, IOWA | Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. Special Close-Out| on BREAKFAST and DINETTE SETS All wood sets. Sturdy oak in lime or white enamel. Regular $59.00 Sett now at $39.50 Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern I»«

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