Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 18, 1948 · Page 3
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August 18, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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EDNESDAY, AUGUST II, lMg. Remember When-? n-enty-Five Years Ago. ( westing Items Prom the Files of the Postville Herald of Thursday, August 23, 1923 W. • — '•: '"/» V iast Thursday the spirit ofthe , a t out of doors was caught up Dr. Cole, J. W. Campbell, E. H. ,r and Dr. O. A. Kinsel of this and they all motored to Mc- fegor in Dr. Cole's car to attend Wild Life School then in ses- H. Leui had two head of jstered pure bred Shorthorn cat- killed by lightning during the ctric storm on Tuesday morning, •y were valued at $200. , and Mrs. Carl C. Sander and Mr. and Mrs. Luver C. [tz, Mr. and Mrs. O. Alfred ion and Misses Libbie and Elsie fcultz autoed to Spillville Park [ Fart At |cinson Sunday, lifter spending the day at Mc- fcgor Heights, Mr. and Mrs. Roy fctlee o f Volga City, motored to Postville Sunday evening for a little visit at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Candee. Postville has a real living, breathing Chautauqua on tap this week, and it came to us as unexpectedly as a thunderbolt from a clear sky. Wo guarantee nothing. It is of the Redpath-Vawter circuit which is its guarantee of excel lence. Those present at the ball game on last Sunday witnessed an ol.d-time presentation of the game, the score touching high water mark, West gate being drowned by a score of 30 to 13 in Postville's flood of tallies. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items From the Files of "The Graphic" published In Postville, August 26, 1898 Mrs. August Schult2 celebrated her birthday Sunday and a goodly number of relatives and friends came to assist her in properly ob serving the day. As George Waters was driving a herd of cattle to market Tuesday a Milwaukee freight train killed four head at the McMaster crossing. The beefsteak was given away free by the railroad company after an Build for the future step by step — add to your savings account regularly. Buy [Savings Bonds Bank Credit Is Your Best Credit [Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN .CHURCH Frederick R. Ludwlg, Pastor Rhythm classes Wednesday afternoon, first and second grades at 1:30 o'clock, third and fourth grades at 2:15 o'clock, and fifth grade at 3:00 o'clock. The confirmation class will meet Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock in the assembly room. Church School service Sunday morning at 9:15. Adult Bible class Sunday morning at 9:15 o'clock in the assembly room. The service Sunday morning at 10:30 o'clock. The sermon subject, "All Things Work Together For Good." Luther League program and party Sunday evening at 7:30 in the assembly room. The East Clermont Luther League will be guests of the local group. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH Francis J. Vallaster, Pastor Week-day mass at 7 a. m. Sunday masses at 7:00 and 9:00 o'clock a. m. . Confessions will be heard every Saturday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 8:30. CLERMONT LUTHERAN PARISH A. O. Nessct, Pastor Sunday, August 22—West Clermon, services at 9:30 a. m. East Clermont, service, 11 a. m. COMMUNITV PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor 10:00 a. m.—Morning worship. Rev. M. M. Murrell, field represen tative of University of Dubuque will be guest pastor. 11:00 a. m.—Sunday School for all age groups. A general aid meeting of the Ladies' Aid will be held at the church parlors Friday, August 20. beginning at 2:00 p. m. This will be a guest tea. adjustment had been made. J. B, Hart, Ellison Orr, A. R Prescott, Wilkes Williams and W. N. Burdick went to New Hamp ton Wednesday, the first three gen tlemen being delegates to the con gressional convention. Three can didates are in the field, namely Up degraff of Clayton county, Blythe of Cerro Gordo and Haugen of Worth. Balloting occupied the entire day and 202 ballots were cast up to 10 o'clock in the evening when the county stood Blythe 98, Updegraff 75, Haugen 46. Balloting will be renewed today until choice is made. lake these 4 comparisons before you buy any car COMPARE THE VALUE Yes, compare the features —compare the prices- compare what you get for .what you pay— and you, ' too, will come to the conclusion that Chevrolet continues to be first in I , value, just as it continues 10 be; first in Big-Car Quality at Lowest Cost, jwt as ('^continue* first in demand, year "ter year. I COMPARE THE FEATURES Only Chevrolet combines the Unitized Knee-Action j^Ride for gliding smooth: ness; the world's champion Valve-in-Head engine for performance and economy; Body by Rsher for taste- L. , ful beauty; and Fisher ™}*'Construction pliu Positive-Action Hy'"•e wakes for all-round safety protection! COMPARE THE POPULARITY You can identify the biggtsi value in any list of products by picking out the one product which enjoys greatest popularity, year after year; and, of course, in the field of motor cars, that one product is Chevrolet—outstanding leader in popularity for the total 17-year period, 1931 to datel COMPARE THE PRICES You'll agree with millions of other car buyers that prices—like quality—are a major consideration in these times; and just as Chevrolet's Big-Car quality is unique in its price range, so Chevrolet prices are the loutcsl in its field. Chevrolet costs less to buy, to run and to maintain I Only Chevrolet gives BIG-CAR QUALITY AT LOWEST PRICES . .. that's why •HEVROLET- andQnfy -IS FIRST! 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Lovely new colors and the latest styles. $1.98 TO $4.98 FANCY PLAID YA& T J88DS Finest Quality Fancy Cotton Plaids All fully sanforized. PER YARD POLO SHIRTS, Boys' d»1 OA Long Sleeves; Sizes 4 to 10 <P1«<£«/ JEANS, Girls' Denim, <po AO Sizes 7 to 14, at only <P£.«70 JIMMY 'ALLS, Corduroy, d»o £n Sizes 3 to 6, at only____ «D£*Ut7 DUNGAREES, Boys' Denim, 01 7ft Sizes 3 to 12, Special at tbl.f" SCHOOL GIRL DORIS DODSON Blouses Dresses Sizes 7 to 14 1 Jlinior s . zes Bright new colors and 8 ... - „ . . styles - - Just the thing B AU new f aI1 st y les for school wear. B an " colors. $2.79 »nd $3.98 J $12.95 to $19.95 GIRLS' RAYON PANTIES Size 4 to 14 49c 1 COLORFUL HEAD SQUARE $1.00 SCHOOL GIRL DORIS DODSON Blouses Dresses Sizes 7 to 14 1 Jlinior s . zes Bright new colors and 8 ... - „ . . styles - - Just the thing B AU new f aI1 st y les for school wear. B an " colors. $2.79 »nd $3.98 J $12.95 to $19.95 GIRLS' RAYON SLIPS Size 4 to 14 $1.59 WHITE & PASTEL HANKIES 10c EXTRA SPECIAL SELLING EVENT A Complete Close Out Of All Summer Merchandise At Give Away Prices . . Come Early . . Shop Daily Purses Hog. $2.98 to $5.98 val. A fine selection to choose from. Choice— $1.69 and $2.59 Dresses Values to $12.98 Hurry in they won't last long. Choice $6.95 Dresses Values to $15.98 While they last- Take your pick at $9.95 Girdles Values to $4.98 All sizes and styles. While they last $2.98 RAYON CREPE, Regular $1.59 values—Per Yard. 89c WOOL JERSEY—50 inches wide, Fall Colors; $2.98 values_ 98r SHANTUNG WEAVE, Regular $1.59 value—Per Yard... 89c RAYON PANTIES, All Sizes — First Quality S9c KNIT GOWNS, Rayon Fabric; $2.98 values™ $1.39 RAYON HOSE, Sizes 9 to 10 y t , First Quality—at only 39r PRINTS—80 Square Sanforized, Regular 79c value—Per Yard 59c BIRDSEYE DIAPERS, per dozen only $1.98 $1.98 Yard Goods Regular 79c values Beautiful Patterns Your Choice—PER YARD Siax Suits Values to $8.98 Men's and Boys' $3.98 ^ ; . Gloves . Fabrics in white and pastel. $1.59 values 88c Curtains Values to $2.98 Odd lots and styles 88c Bluebell & Lang wear Overalls <?et*Iar $2.98 values. Sizes 40 to 5# only. 8 oi. Sanforized $1.98 POSTVILLE, IOWA HUEBNER'S POSTVILLE, IOWA

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