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July 28, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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VAGI SOL THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA We'^y'-'We Sefl" Shelled Corn - Ear Corn Soybeans - Oats We Deliver Truck Lots of Grain Nod Brockway WEST UNION, IOWA Sit Sooth Vine Phone 263 r LUANA GREEN COLONIAL ALL-PURPOSE FURNACE 99m 3 f (/CIS Colonial's DcLuze forced air heating unit . . . may be hand or stoker fired. Easily converted from coal to gas or oH. Luxurious warmth ... economical—"Lifetime" service. LOUIS L. HILL POSTVUJUE, IOWA GREEfl COLOIllfiL FURnPCE SERVICE 8*. Joint's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adbc, Pastor Sunday, August 1—9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. Brotherhood ice cream social in the evening. Thursday afternoon, July 29— 1:30, Ladies' Aid. Other Luana News Mrs. Dora Ziegler spent Friday with relatives at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and Mrs. Minnie Collins were among Waukon visitors Thursday. Kathryn Behrens of Postville spent a few days the past week in the home of Mrs. Anna Gentz, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Carnes and daughter of Elkader were Sunday supper guests in the Adrian Riveland home. Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas were Sunday evening supper guests in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Vinton Leas at Rossville. Rev. and Mrs. P. W. Adix and Paula Hope were Wednesday overnight guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Hintz at Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Lambert and sons of Mt. Vernon, South Dakota came Friday for a few days visit with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. G. M. Lambert. Mr. and Mrs. John Doerring and four children returned Saturday from Pequot Lakes, Minnesota where they spent a few days with the Alvin Doerring family. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Wiedler, Dennis and Alan and Margaret Wiedler of Waverly and Huran Bente of Minneapolis, Minnesota GOOD NEWS! FARM AUTOMOBILE LIABILITY RATES HAVE BEEN DECREASED IN SEVERAL OF OUR COMPANIES Where there are no drivers under age 25 the new rates call for: FARM CARS - $7.50 Each six months Preston Carr, Insurance Telephone Xo. 151 MONONA, IOWA visited Tuesday evening in the Curtis Zieman home. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Dankert and daughter, Evelyn, ol Cedar Rapids came Friday for a weekend visit in the home of Mrs. Dankerts parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brown. Mr. and Mrs. Effort Lindroth and family of Forest City came Sunday for a few days visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindroth and other relatives. Hall Swenson and daughter, Mrs. Gordon Kasser went to Rochester, Minnesota Saturday for an over Sunday visit with his wife and her mother, Mrs. Hall Swenson, who is in St. Mary's Hospital. Mrs. Maude Baade moved into the rooms upstairs in the home of her son, Lawrence Baade and Mr. and Mrs. John Walker moved into the house vacated by Mrs. Baade, the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Klinge will move soon from the rooms up stairs in the Joe Walter house in the Lawrence Radloff house vacated by the Walters. Mr. and Mrs. Emil DeSotel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Funk of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Myron Lindroth and family of St. Olaf, Marilyn, Joe Ann and Lane Allyn Swenson, and Mr. and Mrs. Bud Swenson of Postville were Sunday guests in the home of their parents and grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lindroth in honor of Mr. and and Mrs. Effert Lindroth and two sons of Forest City. CASTALIA ZION LUTHERAN V. ft. Meinecke, CHURCH Pastor Highest GASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvilleRendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKOX—Call Sunderaan City Service—Telephone No. 242 McGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55-J OSSIAX—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 2U1 MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 BOSSVHXE—Call Rossville Locker Plant Barn Spray Season Is Here! Due to the fact that nearly every milk producer is requesting DDT this year, we are now using CARBOLA and do three jobs in one operation. Carbola dries white, kills germs and keeps down the bacteria count. You will have 90% less cobwebs. Carbola will not flake or peel off. CARBOLA Kills Flies - Disinfects - Dries White Made Since 1916 Dairy Barns, Poultry Houses, Stables KILLS FLIES, Spiders, Fleas, Mosquitoes, Lice and many other insects that come in contact with it for 3 or 4 months after application. CARBOLA DDT is non-toxic to animals, humans or birds. It is safe to use and will not burn. DISINFECTS — Carbola has Been on the market for years and is known for its disinfecting qualities. Kills Bangs Disease. Keeps out cobwebs for 8 to 10 months. DRIES WHITE — Which takes care of the white-wash jpb. Approved by the Board of Health. Carbola contains no lime. CARBOLA DDT is inexpensive, as you get 3 jobs done and have only one operation cost. Listen to Carbola on your favorite radio station. — Applied By — MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa Sunday, August 1—8:45 a. m., Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Morning Worship. Monday, August 2—8:15 p. m., Church Council meeting. Thursday, August 5—2:00 p. m., Ladies' Aid meeting. The Luther League will not meet on Sunday, August 1, but will meet one week later on August 8 at 8:00 in the evening. August 15—7:45 p. m., Mid-summer communion. Announcements will be received next Sunday and the following Sunday. August 23 to 27—Iowa District convention at Wartburg College in Waverly. Other Castalia News Mrs. Jerry Jones of Omaha. Nebraska came Monday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Monsky. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones of Decorah were visitors in the Melvin Stee home Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Harvey spent a few days last week with their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey and family in Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Anderson and daughter Marlys and grandson, Ronnie Anderson of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors with the formers mother, Mrs. Marie Anderson. Word was received Monday of the birth of a daughter to Mr. and Mrs. \Wesley Schultz of Yuma, Arizona. Mrs. Schultz is the former Jean Finnegan, daughter of Mr. and "Mrs. John Finnegan. Observe Birthday Relatives and friends honored Mrs. Edward Pruess on her birthday anniversary Sunday at her home near Postville. Those from Castalia attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Norman Svendson and family, Mrs. Merle Monroe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Henning and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz "and family, Mrs. Martha Schroeder, Mrs. Everett Schultz and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Will Koenig, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Koenig and Sally, Francis Weaver and Darwin Koenig. Others present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brandt and family, Mrs. Irene Ostlie and Leo, and John Brandt, all of Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumhagen and Elmer and Mr. and Mrs. Glock and son of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schafer and Mary of Waukon and LaVern Schultz of Dubuque. FRANKVILLE Leo Kleinkadt and son, Herbert of Chicago spent a--.week at the Paul Greinus home. Walter Van Wey of Waterloo is spending this weekend with his family in Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Wolfe and Jerry spent Sunday at the Lester Jagerson home in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hughes and family of Preston, Minnesota spent Sunday at the Otto Hughes home. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Wagner and family of Freeport spent Sunday with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Crabtree. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Gilbertson of Wisconsin spent a week at the Paul Greinus home and the Will H. Baltz home in Postville. The Frankville 4-H girls" are sponsoring an ice cream social and program in the church basement, Friday evening, July 30. 'Mr. and Mrs. Daniel Russett of Calmar are the parents of another daughter, born at Decorah hospital, Friday morning, July 23. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Handberg and family spent a week with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Handberg at Canton, Minnesota. Miss Edith Lahner and George Kammrad of Sheffield were Sunday, July 18, dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. PauV Behn. Mr. and Mrs. Frank T. Bulman of Waukon were collecting for the Interstate Power Company and calling on Frankville friends, Saturday. Mrs. Lloyd Ellis and baby, Mrs. Clifford Ellis and Mrs. Lyle Ellis, all of Postville attended Ladies' Aid at the church here Thursday afternoon. Callers at the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brouillet and Miss Sarah Miller on Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brouillet and Mr. and Mrs. D. Gould, all of-Postville. Mrs, Mary Schiff spent a few days with her brother, Thomas Bollman and returned to her home in Milwaukee on Friday, following a visit with Ezra Bollman at Sheldon. Mrs, LaVerne Cook accompanied her sister, Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum and two children of Luana to Cresco Monday where they spent the day with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Kunkat and daughter, Gloria of Harmony, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Will Baltz of Postville were Sunday, July 11, dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Greinus. Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Burnham and family of Janesville, Wisconsin came Sunday for several days visit at the Dan Higgins home. Mr. Burnham returned home Sunday evening. Mrs. Burnham will also Se4^*i Hand-Hydraulk WAGON DUMPER Here's a handy dumper! Takes only 90 seconds to dump heaviest loads. A boy can do it, like jacking up your car. Dump anything — anywhere! Wagon box raises plenty high (see picture). Wheels stay on ground. No need to unhitch horses or tractor. Behlen Hand - Hydraulic Wagon Dumper fits most all wagons. Easily attached. Saves a lot of time and hard work — pays its cost over and over. 8-ton jack quickly removed for other use if desired. Let us show you all about it. NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY Postville, Iowa WHAT HAMS TMI HAVOI? Everyone loyes sweet-corn! But before the first bite, what do folks reach fort BUTTER, of course, to add the crowning touch of flavor. Batter adds energy, too, for ifs rich in vitamins we .all \ especially Vitamin A. Yes, mafrhlen Savor of butter need the does so much for the appetite appeal of other foods. Its natural golden color comes from rich golden cream — and it takes four pints of cream to make a pound of butter. For nutrition, for health, for downright goodness. Butter is still a great value, lew* Dairy ladmtry CMBSSISSIM tTS EL fffR WtrH ^'ZZLTI -ORD£RSOMFWMV visit her sisters, the Mrs. Edward Teepe, near Elma and Mrs. John Teepe at Charles City this week. Mrs Lydia Lundt and son, Curtis are spending this week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Heins near Postville, where Mrs. Heins is ill following a heart attack. She is the former, Mabel Grotegut, a sister of Mrs. Lundt. Mrs. Emma Arnold of Burr Oak gave a very interesting talk on Temperance at the Willing Workers meeting Thursday afternoon and the Frankville W. C. T. U. are happy to have gained a new member, Mrs. Iva Sandry. Mr. and Mrs. James Wafers nnd daughter, Linda of Des Moines paid a brief visit to their aunt, Mrs. Nellie Spaun, Wednesday afternoon and evening. Mr. Waters was on a business trip to Monona for a mechanical company where he is employed. James is the oldest son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Waters, formerly of Frankville. DROWNED Searchers last week found the body of Mrs. F. V. McKinney, Millville resident, in the Turkey River near her home. Her disappearance was first noted by the husband when he came to lunch from the filling station he operates. SHOWER BATH Bill Hoppe, Grundy county farmer, has rigged up a shower bath for his hogs. The porkers seem to enjoy it and obligingly take turns under the cooling spray. Can We • . HELP? WE'LL GLADLY FEED THAT THRESHING CREW! Complete Dinners . $1.00 EACH Make Arrangements Early! Telephone No. 52 Clermont Cafe HARLAN T SCHULTZ 45 STARS While remodeling the Noske Harness shop in Bonaparte recently, John Haynes found an old American flag with 45 stars. Utah, the 45th state, was admitted in 1896; Oklahoma, the 46th, in 1907. So the flag is between 41 and 52 years old. WEDNESDAY, JM, T U H| REUNION At Nina Duryea wai along the streets ot Algona ly, she was hailed by a jwioij ing in an Illinois car. w, ea car pulled up to the curb, ^ greeted by a woman who h«4 one of her pupils 30 years ago, had recognized her on the spot, Are You Looking Over A Four-Leaf Clover? "Good clover or alfalfa pasture for pigs will save about h.i. protein supplement and 15% of the grain over dry-iol Tl, This means that a small amount of the right supplement urn* save 5 !i to 6 bushels of grain while pig* are on the best^ ture. That is economy that cannot be Ignored." Big Gain 41% Pasture Supplement For Ho* is especially made to assure you the most In return, , r „„ ™ pasture In the way of hog profits. m For the most in profits from pasture feeding, ^ f or Big Gain 41% Pasture Supplement For Hogg CHAS. TATRO, Castalia Clayton County Fair and 4-H ACHIEVEMENT SHOW NATIONAL, IOWA FRIDAY, SATURDAY AND SUNDAY AUGUST 6, 7 and 8 FRIDAY, AUG. 6 —Day. 4-H Judging; Night: Band Concert at 7 p. m.; 4-H Stock Parade at 7:45 p. m.; Hollywood Revue and Free Acts at 8:00 p. m. SATURDAY, AUG. 7—Day: Judging; Bast ball, Twin Cities vs. Farmersburg at 1:00 p. a; Band Concert at 2 p. m.; Hollywood Revue and Free Acts; 4-H Baby Beef Stock Sale. Night: Band Concert at 7 p. m.; Hollywood Revue and Free Acts at 8:00 p. m. SUNDAY, AUG. 8— Day: Baseball, Waukon vs. Monona (League game) at 1:30 p. m.; Ho wood Revue and Free Acts. Night: Band Concert at 7 p. m.; Hollywood Revue and Free Acts, Grand American Shows and Rides on Midway Largest 4 -H Exhibit Ever Made in Clayton Co, Horseshoe Pitching Contest Sat. & Sun. p. m. Plenty of Eat Stands on the Grounds Friday, Saturday, Sunday, Aug. 6, 7,8 Jmfiehindthe soys Reddy Kilowatt your electric servant My Cuts §rt V- My Hy HN is yt'nf ton! M "pHE electric business If really booming that* days, folks, but I confidentially, with all this volume of business, I am behind the 8 -ball. The cost to produce and deliver electricity has bet" going up constantly, yet the average price you pay for electricity has been going down. "Your expenses have been going up and up and so have mine. I'» paying a great deal more for fuel, labor, materials and taxes. Y«». fm getting less for my work because at you use mora electricity, your unit cost goes down. Now, just good common uta» show* this can't keep going on and on. My company is doing all it tm to continue to give you good electric service at low rates. B»» " costs continue to climb, I don't know what's going to happan. "Frankly, I'm worried as to how long wa can continue to *arve r 81 at our present low rates, lut be assured we are doing everything within our power to keep electric rates at their present low kwaT

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