Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 25, 1948 · Page 7
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August 25, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

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pN ESI>AY, AUGUST «5, IMS. ^ StLL THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE SEVEN. •at Ad Rates—10 cents per line; E „ u m chnrge 30c per week if [accompanies order; otherwise fclnimiim charge is 50c. 'ind ads, or those having in- ; ss come to this office, are 50c iveok minimum charge.. Sale—Miscellaneous Sale— Motor scooter,- A-l inn. H. S. MacMillan, Cas- 43c. gale—Honey, sold, in any ly. Reuben David, Phone [Monona, Iowa. tfc. , sale — Hog waterers, hog Bl corn cribbing. John L. r and Sons Lumber, PostviHe. 42tfc. fsale—W. C. A. C. Tractor on [with cultivator, power lift, j. pulley and plow 2 -14. Harry lluana. * 3c - » 0Y s e it t0 ^ Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers, Donald G Colby, Mbnona, Iowa.—tfc. For Sale—Course and fine gravel- also sand. We deliver. Harold Bennett, Phone 35R3, Clermont, tfc. For Sale—Marlow Hlnman pure gum rubber inflation to fit Hinman milkers. Have on display Wilson milk cooler, Wilson deep freezers from 6 ft. and up. Also have new and used milkers. See them at the Reinhardt Case Implement, Post­ viHe, or see or call Lawrence Block, phone 7-F-17, PostviHe.—tfc. fSale—Baby buggy, baby bed triining chair, like new. Glenn ford, Frankville. 43p. pSale—15 dozen wire egg bas- 49c each. Meyer's Four- Hatchery, PostviHe. tfc. CE TO CONTRACTORS. [led proposals will be received t Secretary of the PostviHe -sndent School District of feUe, Iowa, at his office in lille, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock jinber 13, 1948, at which time •proposals will be opened and Vly read aloud for the furnish- and fixtures, materials and i for the installation of a tscent lighting system in two m\ rooms, in the school building lid school district, located in [own of PostviHe, Iowa, rk shall be done in strict liance with the plans and tations which now are on ivilh K. T. Cook. Superinten- of schools of said school dis- and which are by this refer- made a part of this notice, virtue of statutory authority, irence will be given Iowa 1 'siic labor and Iowa materials IO foregoing installations, e School District reserves the to reject any and all bids and atve informalities. further details, bidders are ,vi to the plans and specifica- on file with K. T. Cook, Super- dent of schools of said school id. Wished by order of the Board ireclors of the PostviHe Indigent School District, and dated MtviHe. Iowa,,this 9th day of ist, 1948. 'ostville Independent School fclrict. ly Keith Gray, Secretary. Jblished in the PostviHe Herald, 1st 18 and 25, 1948. lofessional Directory loteph B. Steele MTORNEY-AT-LAW plte Over Abernethy't Store Telephone No. 240 NOTICE OF SALE OF BONDS Sealed bids will be received by the Town Clerk of the Town of PostviHe, Iowa, until 7:30 o'clock P. M., September 7, 1948, for $40,000.00 Waterworks Revenue Bonds of said Town, at which time such bids will be presented to the Council of said Town at its meeting to be then held at the Council Rooms, Memorial Hall, in said Town, and after the receipt of open bids and the opening of sealed bids, the bonds will be sold to the highest bidder for cash, at such meeting or any adjournment thereof. Said bonds will be dated November 1, 1948. numbered from one to 20, inclusive, of the denomination of $2000.00 each, and one bond will mature on November first of each year beginning with November 1. 1948. Bonds having maturity subsequent to November 1. ,1958, are callable by the Town of PostviHe, Iowa, on interest dates in inverse order of maturity. Both principal and semi-annual interest will be payable at the office of the Town Treasurer of the Town of PostviHe, Iowa, Bids should be made on the basis of not less than par and accrued interest or better, and, all other things being equal awards will be made upon the most favorable bid specifying the lowest interest rate. Bidders must furnish a certified check on a state or national bank in the sum of $500.00 as a guarantee of good faith, this amount to be forfeited to the Town by the successful bidder should he fail to take up and pay for anv of the bonds when ready for delivery. Said bonds shall not be general obligation bonds, nor payable in any manner by taxation, but are payable only from the net earnings of the waterworks plant of the Town of PostviHe, Iowa, and are being issued pursuant to the terms of Section 397.10 of Chapter 397 of the 1946 Code of Iowa The Town will furnish the printed bonds, and will also furnish the approving opinion of Carleton Sias, of Pike, Sias, Butler & Hoxie, Attorneys at Law, Waterloo, Iowa, and all bids should be so conditioned. The right is reserved to reject any or 'all bids. Published bv order of the Town Council this 23rd day of August, 1948. JOSEPH B. STEELE. Town Clerk. Stirling & Palas j ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW |:e Over PostviHe State Bank! T. OPSAHL CHIROPRACTOR [Office Over Abernethy 't 10 to 12 and 1 to 5 Wednesdays, Fridays J )UIS SCHUTTE LLARD SCHUTTE mil Directors ft Embalmers f flowers For All Occasion* •F.W.Kiesau, M.D. F.Kiesau, M.D. vet Louis Schutte * Sons -Daily 9 to 12 and 1 to 5 tpt Friday afternoons. '• wrt Sat.—7 to 1:30 p. m. R L. R. TAPPAN Optometrist ptte Professional Eye Care Phone 91 ELKADER, IOWA H. D. COLE Dentist r Citizens State Bank Myers, M. D. | O" 1 * Over Huebner's Telephones: M *W Residence 1M-X P« Schneider i^WiWNABIAM P«ttvtU.. lesre 1 Mi Theatre Bttiilag Published in the PostviHe Herald, August 25 and September 1, 1948. For Sale—Forty Pullets. Arbe Rose, Rt. 1, PostviHe. 43p. For Sale—Real Estate For Sale—Several good farms in this vicinity; also PostviHe residences. W. H. Burling, realtor. 43p. For Sale—Livestock For Sale — purebred Shropshire Ram, 4 years old. Priced at $35. E. H. Brandt, phone 32-F-27. 43p. On Hand—50 Hereford yearlings, 500 pounds; 20 Hereford light yearlings, 430 pounds; 40 Hereford calves, 300 pounds; 50 Hereford calves, 250 pounds; 750 Hereford steers, 650 to 900 pounds; 77 feeding pigs. Erkel Cattle Company, Sumner, Iowa. tfc. Wanted Help Wanted—Girl wanted for steady work. Inquire at The Palm, PostviHe. 43c. Wanted To Rent—Furnished or unfurnished apartment or house needed between now and November by Frigidaire representative and wife. Write Philip Middleton, 1237 Rutledge, Madison, Wisconsin. 43c. Wanted—Good used baby buggy. Contact Mrs. Don White. Phone 21-F-71, PostviHe. 43c. Wanted—Reliable man with some sales ability for local laundry and dry cleaning route. Apply Waterloo Laundry Company, Waterloo. 43c. Wanted—Wool wanted by A. B. C. Rendering Works. Highest prices paid. .Phone 202 Monona or call Mobile Service Station, Monona, Iowa, tfc. Lost and Found. Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, PostviHe.—ltfc. Miscellaneous Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Cisterns and toilets cleaned and repaired. Prompt service. Write C.W. Dague, General Delivery, PostviHe. 49c. Notice—We can handle your shoe repairing needs with quick and efficient service. Meyer's Repair Shop. PostviHe. 43c. Cesspools, Septic tanks, toilets, cisterns cleaned and repaired. Prompt service. Write Jim Easley, PostviHe General Delivery. 45p. SRUE V0LIR ROOF! ACT NOW SOLVE YOUR ROOF PROBLEMS THIS FREE SAMPLE WILL PROVE ASBESTOLINE A Super product with * record el ditfisfubhsd service for ever twenty-five yesrt. Yea c«n iivt money — uri worry — 4n j beif «f 40 yoe ecreslly ***» your old roof, wild ASIESTOUNE. Eeiy to eaeiy . . . no ipiclsl •Still aeeded. • A written *Mfluficrur«r't GUARANTEE ROOF PROTECTION for TEN YEARS. Remember — Yes economiis with the belt wken you ASIESTOUNE — for fist or MM Reeft — far IRON — STEEL — FELT — COMPOSITION - or GRAVEL ROOFS Gef Your FREE SAMPLE Now A* PostviHe Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa Notice — Highest market prices for your junk. Call Steve Szabo & Sons, Cnstalia, and give us your full name.—lOtfc. Leave your orders any time for Dressed Chickens for your Sunday dinner. Meyer's Four-'County Hatchery, PostviHe.—27tfc. LONG DISTANCE MOVING: also Power Wirtch Service. Winneshiek Motor Terminal, A. M. Finck, Decorah, Iowa. Phone day or night No. 620—tfc. Place your order now for corncribs, hog houses, laying houses, garages. Meyer's Four County Hatchery, Postville. tfc. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING — REMEMBER GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. tfc. For the latest in Decca, Victor and Columbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—26tfc. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Postville, Iowa.—6tfc. Expert Refrigeration Service- On all domestic and commercial installations. For prompt service, call Postville Refrigeration Service, phone 342-J—tfc. For Sale—Crossman Air Pistol Powerful enough to kill small game. Inquire at Herald office, tfp. NO TIRES A Des Moines truck driver backed up to the Chanen firm in Independence recently to unload 900 passenger tires and 600 tubes. When he opened his trailer, he found it empty. It turned out that when loading in Des Moines he had hooked his tractor to the wrong semi-trailer and had driven all the way to Independence with an empty trailer. As with the fabled doughnut, of the 600 tires he had delivered only the "holes." UPSET As George Frisbie, Ringsted farmer, attempted to pass a tractor loaded with baled straw, the tractor suddenly swung out to the left, "elbowed" Mr. Frisbie's car into the ditch and kept merrily on its way. The driver probably doesn't know that he caused an upset. Conservation Methods Influence Farm Lease Soil is the lifeline of both tenants and landlords, so conservation practices should be taken into consideration when drawing up leases on rented farms, says I. W. Arthur, farm economist at Iowa State College. / There is no cut and dried system for sharing the costs of conserving soil to fit all farms. However, one thing that holds true genenally is that it is handled about the same way with all types of leases, he points out. A landlord may build terraces or a farm pond as capital improvements. On the other hand, a tenant may make these improvements and receive a discount on his rent in return, Arthur says. A conservation lease rider has supplied the answer to this problem for many landlords and tenants. Here the tenant makes the improvements but is guaranteed to receive payment for the unused value of the improvements in case he leaves the farm before getting full benefit from them. ... Landlords frequently furnish the seed, fertilizer and other materials for establishing,grassed waterways. The tenant usually furnishes all the labor. The landlord usually, pays for custom work necessary to complete the job. However, Arthur says that the responsibility to maintain grassed waterways is usually left up to the tenant. Contouring or strip cropping often means moving fences. Here the landlord may furnish the materials and the tenant the labor. However, Arthur points out, the tenant may ask for a guarantee for the unused value of the labor which he puts in if he has to move.soon. The landlord may also share any other expense involved in securing grades on which to lay out contours, such as furnishing lines or levels. PICKLES GIVE MENUS EYE AND TASTE APPEAL This is the, time to stock up on relishes and pickles—those extras that give menus sparkle and zest. And here are tips from Jewel Graham, Iowa State College extension nutritionist, for making them turn out crisp, tasty and good. Use fresh, clean vegetables or fruits. Don't let vegetables for pickles stand after gathering, for they become soft. Avoid bruising them in washing. Good quality white cider vinegar gives best flavor, aroma and color. Get coarse clean salt. Miss Graham suggests dairy salt. That's because refined salt contains starch. Generally, granulated sugar is better than brown sugar in pickles, says Miss Graham. Fresh spices are best for each year's pickling. Brine should be a 10 percent solutions-one pound of salt to nine pints soft filtered water. A fresh egg just floats in this solution. Remember that pickles usually keep best sealed airtight. Salt brine cured (or fermented) cucumber pickles are crisper than quick-process pickles. They are more work, however, and take more time. Less crisp kinds— green tomatoes, dilled cucumbers, bread and butter pickles, and pickled onions and beets—are usually made by the quick process method. Pickled fruits are much like preserves, says Miss Graham. For best flavor and texture, cook them no longer than , necessary. The sugar should have a chance to draw out the fruit juices while the fruit slowly absorbs the spicy sirup. Herald Want Ads bring results. DANCE Saturday, Aug. 28 IN PERSON — CLARA TAMEN Singing star of Station KDEC — with — RAY STOLZENBERG and the — Northern Playboys Get the gang together for an evening full of entertainment! ADMISSION— 75 cents Tuesday, Aug. 31 AL MENKE and his ORCHESTRA The Band with 100,000 friends! New Legion Club North of Decorah on Highway R PUBLIC SALE of SCHOOL PROPERTY The Woodland School District, located three miles thraight north of the Postville Creamery, will sell at Auction on SATURDAY, SEPT. II Sale to Begin at 10:00 o'clock a. m. School Building, 20x32, 12 foot ceiling; Wood Shed; 12 Double Desks, 6 Single Desks, Recitation Bench; Office Desk and Chair; 3 Pictures; Piano and Bench; Stove and,Pipe; Tin Lined Sand Table; Table with Drawers; Step Ladder, 10 foot; Quantity of Block Wood; Flag Pole; Maps; Bell; Playground Unit, Swings, Teeter Totter; 3 Section Slate Blackboard, 5'/ 2 foot long, 3'/ 2 foot high; Woven Wire and Steel Posts and numerous small items. Sealed bids can be filed with the secretary, Mrs. Fred L. Baltz, to be opened on date of the sale. The Board of Directors reserves the right to reject any or all bids. TERMs 'oF* SALE—CASH. ooooooaooooa BOARD OF DIRECTORS WOODLAND SCHOOL DISTRICT Eaton Waters, Auctioneer Quit: Lifting Your Heavy Milk Cans... Just slide 'em in THE ORIGINAL Stand ley Lift-Saver MILK COOLER WITH ALL ALUMINUM CONSTRUCTION Lifting 6 cans of milk twice a day creates a real BACKACHING JOB. Standley Lift- Saver Milk Coolers, unjike the conventional top-lid type, save you this operation. Just open the wide front and slide in the cans. COOLS FASTER — CHEAPER—BY NEW REFIGERATED WATER SPRAY METHOD Instead of the old-fashioned water bath, the Standley Cooler works on an entirely new principle: it sprays your milk cans with gallons of constantly-circulating ice water, which washes away the heat as it runs-off the cans. Don't worry about partially filled cans. They can't tip. Refrigeration is just as efficient whether you have one or all of the cans in place. Cleaning is simple. Just loosen the hose connection, start the pump and the water is out in a jiffy. This more effcient method cools your milk to meet Grade A requirement—in a fraction of an hour—so fast that bacteria count is held well under the maximum. The extra profit you make on Grade A every day, with the low-cost operation of your Standley Cooler, will soon make it pay for itself. ' SEE IT DISPLAYED AT THE BIG-FOUR FAIR Postville Refrigeration Service Telephone No. 342-J HAROLD SEBASTIAN, Prop. Postville, Iowa Ltai

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