Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 7, 1936 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, May 7, 1936
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THURSDAY. MAY 7, 1930. hat Postville Folks Were Doing 25 Years Ago (cresting Hems Taken From The Flics of the Iowa Volksblatl of May 12, 1011. A baby gi)' 1 was born to Mr. and rs. Eugene Read last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Nagel in Lud- tf are the parents of a baby boy. J. A. Spaugy has purchased a build- g lot from Mrs. Basmusen for $500. Elizabeth Hnngartner and W. H. iner were married at Chester, S. D., t Wednesday. The Postville Scouts Band has been :d lo play for this year's Wooden picnic on June 8. The John Pains family was at Clay- Center yesterday to attend the eral of Mr. Pains' mother. The brickyard is now making brick i all kilns are filled. Heat will be plied for the flrst time next week. The new pastor of the Congrcga- nal church, the Rev. J. F. Childress, 'ached his first sermon here last nday. Farmers arc busy planting corn this eek. Fruit trees are in full bloom d we are enjoying wonderful May eather. Postville was without power and ht yesterday, the transmission line ar Washington Prairie having suf- ed a break. Charles Sonnkalb is expected home om the Chicago hospital Friday orning. He expects to celebrate his hday here Sunday. board of health will meet next onday to act upon the complaints gistered against the stockyards. In e meantime the Milwaukee road has novated the yards here. Mrs. Henry Schierholz passed away ddenly at Monona Inst Thursday, e is survived by her husband and ;o children. Many from here at- ded the funeral Sunday. Woodmen have engaged all -ce halls in Postville, Singer Hall, rner Hall and Staadt's Hall, for the nccs lo be held in conjunction with • annual picnic on June 8. ~n honor of the approaching mar­ ge of Miss Louise Kluss and Edwin "ss. friends tendered the bride-to-be shower at the gaily decorated Win. oil restaurant Wednesday and left many useful gifts. B. Hart is acting postmaster dur- thc absence of A. S. Burdick. who delegate to the grand lodge of A. V. W. at Waterloo. The local post- stiT will also attend the annual vemion of postmasters before re-' ning here. he Oddfellows Outing Club of Al- akee county will have its annual :nic at Forest Mills on June 7. minent speakers have been en- James Gregg is treasurer of j association and Geo. S. Tullle is' of the directors. -uana will hold its first election he town was incorporated on •1 Tuesday. The following ticket been put up: For mayor. Geo. R. ;elhardl; for clerk, Allen E. row- tor treasurer, \V. J. Mitchell; for W. J. Splies, R. J. Storhr. tn. Krambeer, S. Peterson and Goo. druth. PAGK THREE. ^tlHIHHMIIlllimmilllltMII MHMMmillimitlllltltlniMIMH^ I With the Churches | ^imiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiitmiiiiimimmimmmtmiimmiimintt* ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH K. B. Garten, Pastor Sunday, May 10 (Fourth Sunday after Easter) 9:15 n. m.—Sunday School. 10:30 a. m.—Public worship; service in English. Tuesday, May 12, at 8:00 p. m.—The Brotherhood meeting. Thursday, May 14, at 2:00 p. m.— Ladies' Aid Society meeting. Church School Starts May 25 The Daily Vacation Church School will open Monday, May 25th, and will be in session every day, except Saturday, until the middle of June. THE COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, POSTVILLE R. Franklin Galloway, Pastor Morning Worship 10:15 a. m. Sabbath School 11:30 a. m. Junior Congregation 6:15 p. m. Young People's Meeting .. 7:00 P. M. Mother's Day will be recognized in the morning service. The choir will sing an appropriate anthem and Mrs. C. D. Lowell will sing "A Little Mother ot Mine", with Mr. Lowell playing a cornet obligato. The pastor's sermon subject will be, "God and Mother and God." V. B. CHURCH NOTES L. E. Crippen, Pastor Casta 11a Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Postville Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. Sunday School J0:30 a. m. Preaching Service 7:30 p. m. Forest Mills Sunday School 10:00 a. m. The Ladies' Aid Society of the Forest Mills church will serve a hamburger supper in the basement of the church Friday evening, May 8th. The entire community is invited to attend this social gathering. he American Liberty League and j oeiates are again asserting that Mr. | usevelt is "slipping." says the Re-! bhcan Portland Journal. In the re- ,„biii'an stronghold of California. nocrats are leading the republicans; |the slate-wide registration of voters i |to 2 That poll shows that the! feoscvelt policy of placing men. worn-' and children first and mammon last : been gratifying and satisfying to; jiSDJUhnns. And the more the special; .^hiloge and easy money element as-1 him and the New Deal the more |^tes they make for him. These de- tjaitois overlook the fact that the l&eiican people have hearts and souls good will for fellow beings. The Illin .i -.s Central railway, which has property in "9 Iowa counties, pays a total annual tax to the state of $369,381.0:!. There are two tilings needed in those days: first, for rich men to find out how ; r iru-n live; and. second. for pool- in work --E. Atkinson. lainc du Chien is to open its new nicipal swimming pool July 1st. QUALITY DRY CLEANING The best in.Cleaning. [Let us do your cleaning [and pressing. Moth bag. Free with each heavy coat. We will be at Henry's Clothes Shop every Wednesday night to deliver your cleaned garments. Packages (or cleaning may he J eft at Henry's any night. ordanier Cleaners Mothers Day Give Her Something Different! For Her Personal Use: Dainty Powders Exquisite Perfumes Lovely Toilet or Dresser Sets For Her Home: Hand Decorated Rouge and Refrigerator Sets Satin Ray Aluminum Pieces Dainty Blown Glass Ornaments Boudoir or Desk Lamps Let us show you our merchandise. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy The REXALL Store HOME PROJECT WORKERS HOLD LAST TRAINING MEET The fourth and last Women's Home Project Training School was held at the Monona City Hall, April 21st, with Miss Ruby Simpson, specialist from Iowa State College, giving the lesson on "Points in Business Women Should Know." The following items were discussed and all important points under each summarized: banking methods, indorsements, obtaining credit, deeds, wills, investments, life insurance and taxes. This lesson gave all the women present a very clear and concise understanding of the most important business matters that arise in every day life. Mrs. Joel Clark, county chairman, spoke on Achievement Day, which will be held at Elkader, May 22nd. Following is a list of townships represented and those in attendance: Grand Meadow—Mrs. Brewer, Mrs. Walters. Mrs. Oldag, Miss Heien Erickson, Mrs. Doerring. Monona—Mrs. John Kliefoth, Jr., Mrs. Emil Aulerich, Mrs. Henry Jarms, Mrs. Henry Bromelkamp. Giard—Mrs. Leslie Seeland, Mrs. D. Witter, Mrs. Marten Thoma. Farmersburg—Mrs. Theo. Matt, Mrs. Wm. Kaiser, Mrs. Emil Zurcher, Mrs. C. J. Schulte, Mrs. Lloyd Brownson. Mrs. Minert of Waukon, chairman of the I. F. W. C. committee on preservation of wild life gives the names of flowers that should never be picked and they are: Trillium, gentians, columbine, Dutchman's breeches, jack in the pulpit, liverwort, May apple, blood root, shooting star, sweet William, Salomon's seal, lady's slipper, blazing star, bitter sweet, crab apple blossoms; should be picked freely, hardy asters, black-eyed Susan, wild sunflower, goldenrod, bervane, bouncing bet, white snake root, common dew violets, butter and eggs, yarrow. WANT-ADS Notices Under This Head, lo Per Word Minimum Charge, 15c Per Week. Cash With Order. Pasture For Rent—Enquire of Victor Williams.—27p For Sale—Native Lumber. Enquire of Henry Lawson, Postville.—27tfc For Sale—Used Voss Washer, engine power. Wear-U-Well Shoe Shop. —27c For Sale—New, modern house in east Postville. Inquire at this office. —26tfc For Sale—Three-burner Perfection Oil Stove, $5.00. Enquire at this of­ fice.—27c. For Sale—Burr Oak Fence Posts. Enquire of H. N. Turner, R. 1, Post­ ville.—27p Garden For Rent—Mrs. Bert Tuttle. Special prices on 10-hole nests. A. C. Meyer, Four County Hatchery. Lost—Midget Ever-Sharp fountain pen. Finder return to Herald office. Reward.—27p Pasture—I have pasture for a few head of cattle. Henry Larson, R. 1, Postville.—27c For Sale—8x11 brooder house, in good shape. Alvin Kahle, R. 1, Castalia, Iowa.—27p For Sale—A 1936 R. C. A. Victor 6 volt battery radio. Hear and see it at The Palm.—26c For Sale—Three 2-burner Electric Ranges with oven, $5.00 each. The Winchester Store.—27c For Sale—White Pekin duck hatching eggs 50c per setting. Elliot Heusman, R. 2, Postville.—27p For Sale — Second hand brooder stoves. A. C. Meyer at the Four-Co. Hatchery.—26c Expert Saw Sharpening done at a reasonable price on short notice. Louis W. Thoma, Postville.— is In the Eskimo language, says the Pathfinder, "I love you" is "Univfgss- aerntunialfinajuanajuarisiguejak." and this explains why the arctic nights have to be so long. For Sale — Cabbage and Tomato plants are now ready for delivery. Mrs. David Meyer, Postville.—26tfc For Sale—Several bushels of Reid's Yellow Dent Seed Corn; also potatoes suitable for table use or planting. Elmer Weihe, R. 1, Postville—27c Nice Plants for Mothers Day— Ferns, African Violets, Pansies, Iris, Etc. This coupon is worth ten cents when presented by a child under twelve. Entitles the child to a thirty-five cent rose, fern, or geranium for twenty-five cents, to give to Mother on Sunday. —MRS. S. C. BAJXY. For Sale—6-h.-p. McCormick-Deering gasoline engine, nearly new. Cheap.—Winchester Store.—27c For Sale—Fertilizer attachment for McCormick-Deering No. 8 corn planter. Harvey Engelhardt, R, 1, Luana, Iowa.—27p For Sale—Clean brick from the kilns at the local brickyard at $12.50 per thousand; immediate delivery. H. H. Douglass, Postvile, Iowa.—28p The following up-to-date advertisement appears on the menu of a Chicago tea room: "Extraordinary! Chicken moderne! Grown under ultra-violet rays, in air - conditioned quarters, and fed scientifically. They are the orchids of the poultry world. And from our electric blown broiler." Now, wouldn't that make your mouth water? For Sale—My 160 acre farm, 4 miles northeast of Postville, well improved; buildings all in good condition; all under cultivation. Mrs. Elvin Schultz, Postville.—22-3-eow-p A recent compilation of church statistics reveals that from 1928 to 1935 contributions in support of the protestant churches of the United States fell off 43 per cent. Some of the denominations suffered a decline of more than 50 per cent, both in collections and benevolences, says the Manchester Press. The problem thus raised by this defection is one of the gravest nature, and is resulting in the closing of many churches annually. PIIBlBIIIIIiaillllBWlHllllllHDIinillllllBIip. Used Car Bargains We have an exceptionally fine lot of used cars to offer just at this time, all of which are priced at a figure to make them real bargains. Come and look them over: 1932 Chevrolet Sedan 1935 Chevrolet Standard Coupe 1931 Chevrolet Pickup 1926 Studebaker Sedan 1929 Dodge Truck 1930 Packard Sedan Christian Science Churches "Adam and Fallen Man" will be the I subject of tlio Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, oa Sunday, May 10. The Golden Text is from Isaiah 2:22, "Cease ye from man, -whose breath is in hfs nostrils: for wherein is lie to be accounted of?" Tlio Lesson-Sermon comprises quotations from the Liilile and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip- ttnvs" by .Mary linker Eddy. One of the Bible citations reads: "1 beseech you therefore, brethren, by the rnercirs of (loil, that ye present your bodies a living sacrifice, holy, acceptable unto God, which is your reasonable service." "And be renewed in the spirit of your mind; And that ye rut on the new man, which after God is created in righteousness and true holiness" (Rom. 12:1 and Eph. 4:23. 241. Amonp the selections from the Christian Science textbook is the following: "The real man is spiritual and immortal, but the mortal mid imperfect so-railed 'children of men' are counterfeits from ibe beginning, to be laid aside for the pure reality. This mortal is put off. and the new man or real man is put on. in proportion as mortals realize the Science of man and seek the true model" (p. 409). 193G FORD V-8 TUDOR — less than 1.000 miles. Save §85 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH—driven 1.600 miles by original owner, original duco Jinish. heater. A real buy at $465 1935 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH—like new, 10.000 miles by original owner. $200 1935 OLDSMOBILE BUSINESS COUPE—Turret Top, Knee-Action, finish like new. ^^^^ 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCK—157 inch Dual Wheel, with platform and rack, ready for fl» .f K A work, at only tfriOU 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK—157 inch Dual Wheel, with platform and grain body. Completely reconditioned and ex- (£QOf| cellent tires &0&\J 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK—131 inch Dual Wheel, reconditioned from motor to rear axle; new tires and ready for any type of 1928 BUICK STANDARD SEDAN—low mileage and a car that had been owned locally and was traded on a new (£-* QK Chevrolet, To go at... «5JL£/0 1929 BUICK 4-PASS. COUPE— traded in by original owner on a new Buick. Very low mileage and looks like new. See it today for "New Car Value at Used Car Prices." An exceptional buy at 1927 BUICK SEDAN—Very low mileage and eh See it for only.. mileage and clean. §145 1929 CHEVOLET 4-DOOR SEDAN—Ready for immediate use and priced to sell at only §140 §265 1932 CHEVROLET PANEL TRUCK—A truck that will be sure to satisfy, will be sold for.... §275 work you may wish to do. A real buy fat... §350 See it today for.. 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH—Act today if you want to buy a slightly used six cylinder, quality automobile with only 13,000 miles ^Q^^ by original owner *DO I O 1934 CHEVROLET STANDARD 4-DOOR SEDAN—driven only 10,000 miles by one of our employees. Equipped /» A with heater dJ ^TOU 1931 CHEVROLET COACH — completely reconditioned and ready to give you thousands of miles of dependable (JJOCK transportation wflDu 1933 GMC TRUCK —157 inch Dual Wheel, completely reconditioned and retired. See it today for 1928 CREVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN—with trunk. A servicable car with a lot of miles left in it §95 §295 1931 STUDEBAKER TRUCK — 131 inch Single Wheel, 10-ply rear, 8-ply front tires, with platform and grain body, (p-l HJZ for only «1|D 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK—131 inch Dual Wheel, <JJQ1 K special at only wOlt) 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK — with platform, (T»-| S)f\ to go at only *Dl.£i\) 1935 DODGE 2-TON TRUCK — A truck for heavy services that can be bought right. You will have to see it to appreciate its worth. See it today! 1928 CHEVROLET COACH — "One in a million." You have to see it to appreciate it. Come in and look it over, but HURRY! 1930 FORD MODEL A TUDOR— Equipped with mud-snow tires and all ready for work, at only §160 1931 FORD MODEL A COUPE— with rumble seat, (JJOAA a big value at 3 )i£UU 1929 STUDEBAKER SEDAN — driven only 16,000 miles and thoroughly reconditioned. Priced to sell quickly §135 at only.. 192.9 ESSEX SEDAN—A car with a lot of miles, to -4 A go at only <0l±U 1929 NASH COACH—An opportunity to get a good car at the very reasonable price Q*-t OP of only ibxLd 1927 Chevrolet Sedan $65.00 1928 Chevrolet Sedan $100.00 1927 Chevrolet Coach $45.00 1927 Buick Master Sedan.. $95.00 1927 Buick Master Sedan ...$90.00 1926 Buick Stand. Sedan....$85.00 1926 Buick Stand. Coach....$110.00 1926 Buick Stand. Coach....$75.00 1927 Ford Coupe $25.00 1927 Ford Tudor, like new $45.00 VISIT US FOR BETTER VALUES-TODAY! JOHN FALB & SONS ELGIN, IOWA FALB MOTOR CO. POSTVILLE, IOWA All of these and others are in first class shape and you can't go wrong if you buy one of them. Baltz Garage Castalia, Iowa ill.! • •!HH «lll !«lll!M :l !l !nil !IIBliIliBillllH!I«iS

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