Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 25, 1948 · Page 3
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August 25, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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IDNESDAT, AUGUST M, INS. r.F.W.Norden Optometrist «w,137 WAUKON, IOWA Office, Hours: 9;00 to 12:00 1:15 to 5:00 ENINGS BV APPOINTMENT Office Closed Thursday Afternoon ance MATTER'S [BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa tflT v AUG. 28 Music By — (ES HARTMANN And The WAIT Iowa Cornhuskers Remember When-? Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items From the Files 0 ,L the p »stvllle Herald of Thursday, August 30, 1923-/ rant Ads Get Results! Next Monday morning the Postville School bells will ring for the first time since last June and notify the boys and girls that the long summer vacation has at last come to an end. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanks left on Tuesday for Waterloo and Cedar Falls for a week's visit to relatives. Jim will also look up Mr. Black Bass on the Shell Rock and Cedar rivers. The home of Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Douglass was on Sunday last the scene of a reunion of the Douglass family, the first time in years that aU have been home together. Charles Tatro on Saturday sold his 205 acre farm in Bloomfield township to W. H. and Charles G Burling, Mr. Tatro taking the Burling farm near Lime Springs as part payment. Charles H. Krumm made the deal. Mr. Tatro on Tuesday leased the place he sold to the Burlings for the coming year. A. J. Phillips, C. C. Sander, Ira G Riley and William J. Klingbeil leave on Sunday morning for northern Wisconsin, near Webster for a week or ten days fishing trip, and have tackle to catch anything that wears fins. W. G. Bulman and Dr. O. A. Kinsel motored to Marquette Thursday meeting L. H. Langby and Mr. Wells, who took them up to Gordon's Bay in their launch. Owing THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE THREE. to a strong south wind fishing was but fairly good, a few bass, crop pies and sun fish, together with three large catfish was the day's catch. Fifty Years Ago. ^TnSL"*^ 1 "" 8 , Fro "" t»«e Files •> T . h( ;„Graphic" published In Postville, September 2, 1898 the Always Note-able [For Your Vacation or Back-To-School LUXITE or WESTERN-MAID LINGERIE BRIEFS or STEP -INS [Rayon or Nylon Regular and Out -Sizes SLIPS— Knit, Satin or Bur -Mil Crepe GOWNS and PAJAMAS ' Rayon Jersey Dereen Style Shop . Olive Grinder (Telephone No. 140 Mildred Overeen Postville, Iowa FOR BIGGER AND BETTER PROFITS . . . Feed Mor-Gain Feeds WE HANDLE A COMPLETE LINE OF THESE FEEDS. 'astalia General Store Open Every Day and Night Except Sundays H. S. MacMillan Castalia, Iowa Joe Handel has purchased William Deli house for $450. The corn crop will not turn out as good as last year because of lack of rain. Charles F. Gordon has purchased 70 acres of timber just north of the Charles Kohrs farm. Louis Eiffler has rented a 400 acre farm near' Elma. The Ruckdaschel farm will be occupied by Fritz Miene. Frank Sebastian's new house has been completed. On Sunday about fifty families of friends and relatives were invited to attend a house warming. * The democrats of Post township held their caucus in Burling's office on Friday evening and selected the following as delegates to the county convention to be held in Waukon tomorrow: F. S. Burling, W. J. Wallis, P. J. Beucher, William Dawson, William Moll, J. M. Thoma, Charles H. Krumm, John Sanders, Fred Welzel, R. N. Douglass, Ed Moriarity, Dr. Cole, H. Hawkins.' As democratic township committee the following were elected: J. M. Thoma, William Cole and P. J. Beucher. Church COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH OF POSTVILLE Rev. Eldon Seamans, Pastor ! FRANKVILLE I . j Mrs. O. A. Jagerson of Freeport spent Monday and Thursday at the Lloyd Wolfe home. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kautman and family were weekend visitors at the Fred Brouillet home. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Crawford left Thursday on a vacation trip to various parts in the west. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern were visitors at the Robert LeHew home near Waterville Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Cook spent Saturday night and Sunday at the Roy Dunning home near Cresco. Mrs. Hans Stegen and Lila Mae returned Saturday from a weeks visit in Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Larry Brown and baby accompanied them home. Mr. and Mrs. E. Schmidt of Chicago, Illinois spent Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elvart. They were enroute home following a vacation to Alberta, Canada. Mr. and Mrs. Fletcher Nolf of Schoolcraft, Michigan are visiting relatives here since Thursday. Mrs. Nolf is the former Lulu Letchford, daughter of Ben Letchford formerly of Frankville. Mrs. Albert 'Bina, Ruth and Albert and Mrs. Daniel Russell, Doloros, Marilyn, Beverly and Kathleen, all of Calmar attended the Willing Workers meeting at home of Mrs. Roy Kneeskern on Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Peck and daughter, Phyllis of St. Paul, Minnesota were supper guests and over night visitors at the Alwin Walby home Saturday night. They left Sunday morning for Rockford, Illinois to visit Mrs. Peck's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Behn, David, Alvin and Lelanie attended the wedding of Paul's nephew, Wilbur Behn. to Miss Elaine Schmidt at the Trinity Lutheran Church in Hampton at 7 o'clock Sunday evening. A reception followed in the church parlors. Mr. and Mrs. Winnie Ellis and Mr. and Mrs. Gordon O'Day and two grandchildren of Fredericksburg were supper guests Sunday evening at the Alwin Walby home. They were callers in the afternoon at the I. R. Hughes, Halvor Myron, Roland and Upton Peck homes. Sunday, August 29—10:00 a. m., Morning worship. The minister will again be in charge. This service is to be dedicated to the cause of Christian education in our parish. The sermon subject will be 'Christian Education in Church and Home." At this service a special offering will be received for the purchase of new curriculum materials to be used in the church school. ll:00V-Sunday school, with classes for all ages. We shall soon begin our regular fall program of church activities. The only way in which this program can possibly be successful is for the/ membership of the church to be faithful in its attendance and support. As we begin our full religious program let us resolve to give our church the whole-hearted support it deserves. i Or+rT &rhm AMBROSE LOONEY, Postville, Iowa LESLIE SEELAND, Monona, Iowa k^. _ m m A DYNAMITE Four year old Marion Left of near Maple Leaf found a dynamite cap last week—and pounded it with a hammer. The- resulting blast shattered one hand. Whether it was permanently injured re mains to be seen. 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. There will be a party fdr children of the beginner and primary departments of the Church School Thursday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock in the fellowship hall. Charles and John Klotsche are the hosts. The confirmation class will meet Saturday morning at 9:00 o'clock in the assembly room. Junior choir rehearsal Saturday afternoon at 2:00 o'clock at the church. 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, "A House Not Made With Hands." The text is II Corinthians 5:1. Fall Festival' Sunday evening at 8:00 o'clock on the south lawn of the church property. Members and friends of the congregation are invited. The Dorcas Guild will meet Monday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the fellowship hall. Donna Mae Dick- man and Patricia Miene are the hostesses. The Church Council will meet on Monday evening at 8:00 o'clock at the church. The officers and teachers of the church school will meet Tuesday evening at 7:30 o'clock in the assembly room. St. Paul's is open daily for prayer and meditation. ST. BRIDGET'S CHURCH .Francis J. Vallaster, Pastor Week-day mass at 7 a. m. Sunday masses at 7:00 and o'clock a. m. Confessions will be heard every Saturday, from 2:30 to 5:30 and from 7:00 to 6 :30. 9:00 CLERMONT LUTHERAN PARISH A. O. Nesset, Pastor Sunday, August 29—West Clermont, service at 9:30 a. m. "East Clermont, service at 11 a. m. Elgin, service at High School Assembly at 8:00 p. m. Sermon by Dr. N. Astrup Larseh. Wednesday, September 1 — West Clermont Priscilla at 2:15 p. m. Thursday, September 2 — Eas,t Clermont Societiesm at 2:00 p. m. PETRIFIED SHOE i At Elkader, Duane Feller recently found a rock, shaped exactly like a shoe, on his farm. When removed, the outer layer.split into several pieces, the bottom portion resembling a shoe-sole. "New Look" Ironing Board Saves Effort . An ironing board with adjustable heights is more than just a future dream. Boards with as many as five to seven height adjustments are appearing on the market, says Fannie Gannon, Iowa State College home management specialist. You may have to do a bit of shopping to find one, but the effort is worth while. With an adjustable board, you can do those long hours of ironing sitting down. Some boards are adjustable from right to left, too, so you can swing the point or center of the board toward you as is most convenient. New all-metal ironing boards are non-warping, Miss Gannon j points out. If you get one, be sure it has holes in the board so steam from pressing has a chance to es-1 cape. If the board you buy has a] wood top, be sure it's made of well- seasoned lumber that won't warp. Choose an ironing board with rubber feet. Then it won't "creep" as you iron. Some boards are coming designed for hanging up, an advantage in storing. The cloth cover never touches the floor. And the board is out of the way and less likely to be crowded and damaged in storage. Let Us Know Your Electrical Needs We repair anything Electrical. POSTVILLE ELECTRIC Telephone No. 149 "Curley" Schulz Roger Fullerton I NO DAMAGE A Sumner resident gave himself, not a "hot foot" but a "hot knee" recently. He went to sleep in his car, scrunched down in the seat, and his knee pushed in the cigarette lighter. A passerby noticed smoke coming out the car and turned in an alarm. iiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiim DANCE RAINBOW GARDENS Waterville, Iowa Wed., Sept. 1st KLEM KLINE The Favorite Dance Orchestra of KWNO — Old and New Time COMING—WED., SEPT. 8th: FLOYD WARREN'S BAND mmwuuuumuiuumnuuuuuunnuuuimmumiuiiuuumiuunjk Welcome Back, Teachers And are we ever glad to see you! As we turn our youngsters over to your expert care, may we offer you our whole-hearted cooperation during the coming year. If there is any service we can perform that will ease your load, please call on us. Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Member of Federal Deposit Insurance Corp. $11 It TODAY k BURNS COAL OIL • GAS I lie GREEN COLONIAL ALL-PURPOSE FURNACE Colonial's Deluxe forced air heating unit . . . may be hand or stoker fired. Easily converted from coat to gas or oil. Luxurious warmth... economical—"Lifetime" service. LOUIS L* HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA < Wen coLoniflL funnaa SERVICE Good news travels fast.;. and the talk of every town these days is the new Futuramic Oldsmobile! People everywhere are passing the word along about this spectacular new 1948 model. Wherever it goes, people just naturally gather 'round for a better view. It's the Futuramic appeal of this exciting new Oldsmobile! They like its new "Futuramic" look—the dramatic sweep of its ultra-modem lines . . the striking simplicity of its interior design. And they go for its Futuramic performance, top ... thanks to Hydra-Matic Drive's* "m* clutch, no-shift" driving ease and the thrill-filled action of WHIRLAWAY. Everyone's spreading the good news about this great new Oldsmobile—for everywhere the Futuramic goes, everybody "go* for" the Futuramic! No wonder more and more people are saying—"It's SMART to Own an Olds!" LB I H OB I L E YOUR 0LDSM0IILE DEALER FALB MOTOR &> IMPLEMENT Postville, Iowa 1 f^MSaatsMi'.ftvisrtllsMMlNsMrtb i

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