Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on July 14, 1948 · Page 6
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July 14, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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PAGE SEC THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JUL*!*. ls J For a "BETTER" Used Car see LENSING'S Almost any style or model, 31 to '48 SEE US BEFORE YOU SELL SEE US BEFORE YOU BUY WE GUARANTEE TO SAVE YOU MONEY! "Yours For Dancing" SHERIFF TOM OWEN — and bis — COWBOYS Of Radio Station WMT Saturday, July 17 —•— MISCELLANEOUS SHOWER DANCE Bonortng- MISS SHIRLEY WEBER of Guttenberfr and SIR. ELDOX SWISHER of Colesburg Tuesday, July 20 Music By MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa COMING — AUGUST 3: EDDY HOWARD Quarterly Financial Statement OF THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF POSTVILLE, IOWA 82.38 1,82 2.92 3.00 18.61 26.82 For Quarter Ending June 30, 1948 List of Warrants Issued During the Quarter Ending June 30, 1948: Iowa Old Age and Survivor's Insurance System $ 295.70 Farmers Telephone Co 77.65 Interstate Power Co 357.96 Henry L. Meyer 26.00 Orville Maker 87.50 Burr Cook 1,600.00 Fred Ruckdaschel 53.38 Postville Herald 106.09 John K. Madsen 22.35 Activity Fund 229.82 Metropolitan Supply Company Pratt Paper Co Geo. L. Westcott Co H. W. Wilson Co Iowa Machinery & Supply Company 17.06 Mrs. Clara Miller 12.00 Louis Schutte & Sons 6.59 Panama Carbon Co .98 A. W. Palmer Co 1.24 Klipto Loose Leaf Co 3.60 W. J. Hanks 85 Hoth Bros. Hardware 118.51 Ideal Pictures Corp 3.96 Grade Teacher 2.50 Educational Music Bureau.. 14.71 Eastin Pictures Co K. T. Cook Churchill Manufacturing Company 31.75 Bureau of Visual Education 22.96 Brav Studios, Inc 1.8o Acme Chemical Co 252.31 A. C. Webster. Agent 81.00 Gustav Dietsch 48.80 Postville Lumber Co 215.83 Waterloo - Decorah Freight Line World Book Co Scott Foresman Co Mrs. Herman Schutta Pratt Sound Film Service.... Shanks Jewelry and Music Store Farmers Cooperative Society _ Milton Bradley Co Harold's Cash Grocery 64.83 John L. Gregg & Sons, Lumber Company 11-62 Koevenig's Variety Store.... 35.92 The Music Shop 1.00 H. & W. Motor * Express Company „. Earl Abernethy Louis L. Hill Bureau of Educational Research Frudden Lumber Co Home Oil Co Gateway Paper & Supply Company Hiltbrunner Music Co Iowa State College Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Josten's L. O. Koevenig Iowa Society, Sons of the American Revolution Holley School Supply Company Register & Tribune Co 20.16 V. & J. Cafe 7.50 W. M. Welch Manufacturing Company 74.95 Sinclair Service Station... Renier's West Disinfecting Co Arno Wilker Richards Music Mart Fred A. Schultz Postville Waterworks 149.3a Postville State Bank 378.83 Tennis Mork ,104.50 Salaries: Teachers, Janitors, Etc 14,339.58 9.63 3.16 5.80 15.80 8.52 17.13 330.85 3.40 2.86 25.33 15.57 3.90 8.16 6.36 2.38 8.08 2.75 9.00 1.80 1.53 3.28 49.83 2.20 10.18 14.25 50.53 3.86 50.53 Annual Salaries Paid in School Year Ending June 30, 1948: Superintendent K. T. Cook....$4.283.33 John K. Madsen 3,400.00 Ralph Gosmire 3,000.00 Luman J. Colton 3,000.00 Francis Babcock 3,100.00 Dorothy McGoon 2,950.00 Milton Starcevich 3,000.00 Mrs. Irene Rogers 2.250.00 Ruth Mackert 2.300.00 Mrs. Rosamond Gordanier.... 2.400.00 Eunice Boardman 2.250.00 Doris Allred 2,250.00 Florence Hoth 2,025.00 Germaine Hausladen 1.890.00 Mrs. Elaine Moser 1.890.00 Shirlev Klinkel 1.800.00 Lorene Knutson 1,710.00 Ruth Hilliger 1,890.00 Stella Cleveland 1.710.00 LaVonne Heiken 1,710.00 Ida Belle Hofer 900.00 Herman Schutta 2.040.00 Harvev Q. Christofferson.... 600.00 Orville Maker 400.00 Clarion Thompson 1,375.00 C. R. I. &"P. Ry 249.48 Ruckdaschel Motors 13.06 Rima Cafe 8.67 The Palm 8.67 Postville Locker Service 17.34 Fred J. Thoma 8.67 Western Auto Store 4.38 Bureau of Educational Measurements 3.37 Douglass Pharmacy 110.26 I, Keith Gray, Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said District for the Quarter ending on June 30, 1948. KEITH GRAY. Secretary. Annual Financial Statement OF THE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT OF POSTVILLE, IOWA For th Fiscal Year Begining July 1, 1947 and Ending June 30, 1948 SCHOOLHOUSE FUND Receipts Balance on hand July 1, 1947 $ 2,441.36 Revenue receipts from Tax for bonds and interest 4,337.83 USED CAR VALUES 1948 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR—With Radio and heater. 1946 FORD Super Deluxe—With Radio and heater. 1939 CHEVROLET—With Radio and heater. 1939 PLYMOUTH—Priced to sell for only $650.00. 1937 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR—A good buy! 1937 PONTIAC—In excellent condition. 1935 FORD—Runs good; priced at only $250.00. 1931 CHEVROLET—A bargain at only $135.00. 1929 MODEL A FORD—You can't beat it for only $100.00. 1941 FORD Ji-TON PICKUP—with rack; priced at $995.00. 1940 CHEVROLET PANEL—This is a steal! 1940 INTERNATIONAL—Long wheel base, with platform and and grain box—For quick sale $550.00. NEW ALLIS-CHALMERS W-C TRACTOR with power lift and power take off. WILLMAN MOTOR Telephone No. 293 POSTVILLE, IOWA Total schoolhouse fund receipts $ 6,779.19 Expenditures Debt service Principal of bonds $ 3,000.00 Interest on bonds 956.25 AN OUTSTANDING FARM IN LUDLOW TOWNSHIP FOR SALE Pictured above is my farm, located four miles west and one mile south of Waukon. 100 acres of excellent Ludlow soil. New 60 foot cement feeding floor; new double corn crib with overhead granary. Twenty Hudson stanchions, complete with stalls and drinking cups. This is one of the best farms in Alamakee county. For Sale By Owner. £. H. THIELE Waukon, Iowa Total schoolhouse fund expenditures $ 3,956.25 Balance on hand June 30, 1948 $ 2,822.94 GENERAL FUND Receipts Balance on hand July 1, 1947 $ 5,987.25 Revenue receipts from District tax $38,979.06 Appropriations Semi - annual apportionment 382.50 State and federal aid.... 5,382.98 Tuition collected 27,901.42 Non-revenue receipts from Revolving Accounts 6,698.07 Other non-revenue sources 869.63 Total general fund receipts $86,200.91 Expenditures General control Salary of Superintendent $ 4,283.33 Other general control costs 2,521.46 Instruction Salaries of principals, supervisors and teachers 46,057.36 Other instruction costs.... 3,538.73 Auxiliary agencies Other auxiliary agency costs 160.63 Operation of plant 10.726.95 Maintenance 4,958.19 Fixed charges 1,303.30 Capital outlay 2,148.10 Debt service 350.72 Revolving accounts 7,200.00 j FRANKVILLE j Lester Kamin attended a Seed Corn dealers convention in Storm Lake on Saturday,' Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Cook spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mr^s. Roy Dunning near Cresco. Julius and Richard Wittenberg of La Crosse, Wisconsin are making an extended visit at the home of Mr.- and Mrs. Arthur Sandry. Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Mrs. Roland Peck made a trip to Iowa City Thursday to see Mrs. Barker. Her address is, Ward-C-53, Fifth floor, University Hospital, Iowa City. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin motored to La Crosse Tuesday on a shopping trip. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Kamin of Luana accompanied them. Mrs. Martha Hartman and Ralph Aubert returned to Chicago Sunday, after a weeks visit at the Frank Elvart home. Mr. and Mrs. Elvart accompanied them as far as Prairie du Chien. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Hansen and family of Oelwein and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Christianson of Long Beach, California were visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Kamin on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Perlie Cook were surprised Friday evening when a few relatives arrived to help Mrs. Cook celebrate her birthday. A lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Thomas Bollman met his sister, Mrs. Mary Schiff of Milwaukee in Postville early Sunday and the two then went on to Sheldon, where they will spend several days at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ezra Bollman. Frankie Ewing of Caledonia. Minnesota, passed away Monday morning at 7:30. He is a cousin of Mrs. John Schutta and they will attend funeral services, which have not been completed yet, some day this week. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Birdsell and granddaughter, Mary Mae Mundt of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Birdsell and Marlis of near Ossian were supper guests Tuesday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Birdsell. Marc Wilder of Boston, Massachusetts paid a surprise visit to his sister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry on Friday, July 9. Mr. and Mrs. F. M. Wilder of Dorchester were also visitors at the Sandry home on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry and the boys entertained a group of relatives and friends on Sunday, July 11, in honor of her brother, Marc Wilder of Boston, Massachusetts, and Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Peck of St. Paul, Minnesota. Laures Jagerson of Decorah assisted with farm work at the Lloyd Wolfe home Friday and Saturday while they were at Eldora to attend the funeral of Mrs. Wolf's uncle, William Penn. Mrs. O. A. Jagerson of Freeport accompanied them. Mrs. America Barker is getting along as well as can be expected, following an operation at University Hospital in Iowa City last week Thursday. Her daughter, Mrs. Everett Wallace of near Waukon and a son, Verle Barker were with her. There will be no Willing Workers meeting this week. Both groups will meet at the church on Thursday afternoon, July 22, of next week. Mrs. Ethel Fadness and Mrs. Daisy Kneeskern will be program leaders. Names of hostesses will be announced next week. Mr. and Mrs. Hartley Peck and Elmer Peck of St. Paul, Minnesota are spending this weekend with Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby. Joan Forsblad will return home with them, after spending a six weeks vacation at the .Walby home and the George Waters home at Hampton. Mr, and Mrs. Walter Kneeskern of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Kneeskern, also of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Gaalson of Stanwood, Washington were visitors at the Alwin Walby home Monday. July 5th, and with the Walby's were dinner guests at the Lyle Ellis Some in Postville. Mrs. Carrie Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Willnrd Clement and family and Mr. and Mrs. Alwin Walby, all of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Snitker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Matt Bechtel and R. J. Waters of Waukon, enjoyed a July Fourth picnic at Lull's Park in Postville on Sunday. 4-H Girls See Preview Of Restyled Uniform It's a new uniform for Iowa 4-H club girls. Made of broadcloth, in a fresh blue-green color, the one-piece garment combines many of the traditional features of the familiar middy-style uniform which 4-H girls have long worn, with a modernized "new look" typical of 1948 fashions. Plain but pert in style, the uniform features a six-gored flared skirt, short sleeves with self-turned cuffs, an adjustable self-belt and a white tie. Two rows of white braid on a middy-type collar carry out the traditional note of the 4-H uniform. A concealed slide fastener provides a long front opening to make the dress easy to get into. Extension clothing specialists, Iowa State College, utilized the suggestions of 4-H leaders in redesigning the dress. It is cool, easy to care for, simple to make and flattering to a girl at any age. At. this same time, an "Advance" pattern for the dress will be available. White anklets and shoes are regulation footwear to complete the Iowa girls' 4-H club costume. Reduce Fire Hazards Around Farm Buildings Farm barns burn down every year because someone was neglectful, and similar neglect could cause a Allamakee County barn to burn, Smoking in or around the barn is a cause of many fires, says Norval Wardle, extension safety specialist at Iowa State College. Lighted matches and "live" ashes thrown around by careless smokers set the barns afire, he explains. Wardle says not to strike matches in the barn. Light the lantern before entering instead. If matches must be carried, carry the safety kind that can be lighted only on the box or cover. Now, with National Farm Safety Week only a few weeks away, is a good time to remove and correct fire hazards around the barn, and the farm. If the barn is wired, use correct size fuses and solid, clean, well-insulated electrical connections. He reminds that lightning rods do their job only when they are grounded. It is poor policy to store tractors and trucks in barns, or to keep fuel in barns. Keep the ground around the barn free of. all litter that might catch fire from sparks. A barn fire extinguisher, Total general fund expenditures $83,252.37 Balance on hand June 30, 1948 $ 2,948.54 SPECIAL COURSES FUND Receipts Revenue receipts from District tax : $ 583.71 Total special courses Fund receipts $ 583.71 Expenditures Band Supplies $ 573.72 Total special courses fund expenditures $ 573.72 Balance on hand June 30, 1948 $ 9.99 Amount of unpaid warrants June 30, 1948 $ 513.98 Balance on hand June 30, 1948, according to the secretary's record 2,958.53 Balance on hand June 30, 1948, according to the treasurer's record 3,472.51 DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM McGregor, Iowa SAT., JULY 17 — Music By — "THE BUCKEROO one that can handle several i- of fires, is a g 00d investm.^1 bam-equipment. Famous COAL FIRED' FURNACE ^ Colonial 's carefully pl «J ned installations plui Colo.;! nlal'a top quality anutal maximum Comfort Economy and Convenitnct LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREER COLOMfli fURnflCE SERVICE BUDDIES" - - featuring - BILL AYRES of Radio Fame and his Original Songs Heard over WMT, WHO, KRNT, KMA, KGLO, KVFD and KWNO No advance in price. COMING— SATURDAY, JULY 24: MISSISSIPPI NIGHT HAWKS Approved bv Board July 8, 1948. ELRIE RUCKDASCHEL, President of Board I hereby certify that the foregoing report is correct to the best of my knowledge and belief. KEITH GRAY, Secretary. Postvile, Iowa, P. O. Address July 8, 1948 LONG WAY To most individuals, the water supply is as near as the nearest faucet But when a well failed on the Milford Beeghly farm near Pierson, the nearest supply proved to be 530 feet away—straight down. The drilling company struck' the first vein at 265 feet, reached sancH stone at 485 feet and found water at 530. •,r ( .' MIDGET AUTO RAGES Sunday, July 18 - - - at - - FAYETTE COUNTY FAIR GROUND West Union, Iowa ' Admission at Outside Gate Only Adults 82 cents, plus tax Children 42 cents, plus tax GRANDSTAND and PARKING FREE [Time Trials at 1:00 p. m. First Race at 2:00 p. m. fiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiu Too YOUNG? Too OLD?! We can place insurance for drivers of any even if refused by certain other companies, ex -1 cept for law violations. Be sure to try us before! you give up! We write only standard policies] in standard companies. Preston Carr, Insurance! Telephone No. 157 Monona, Iowa SEE THE NEW ... Badger Trencher work at the Fred J. Miller farm, Postville, Iowa] for custom farm tile drainage, or see GUS BULS IMPLEMENT CO. Junction Highways 63 and 93 four miles west of Tripoli, Iowa See These Homes In Waukon NOW OWN YOUR HOME These are the famous Pollman Home *i| precision built and ready for delivery COMPLETE. Wide variety of designs in one, two and three bedroom homes in modern Early American styling with choice of interior and exterior finishes and flexibility of of arrangements. These houses meet F.H.A. standard* Two Pollman homes being erected in Waukon now, available for your inspection. For complete information and detail*] write or telephone A. G. WAUKON, 205 Forrest Ave. BAHR IOWA Telephone

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