Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 29, 1948 · Page 9
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 9

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 29, 1948
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SpDNESDAY, Bfftutl Ad Bate*-10 cents per line; •inimum charge 30c per week If :Kjj) accompanies order; otherwise •{minimum charge is 50c. Vglind ads, or those having in•dries come to this office, are 50c week minimum charge. [Special Announcements RUJfMAGE SALE —There will , a rummage sale by the ladies ; the Community Presbyterian purch at the church Tuesday, Oc- fber 5, beginning at 1:30 p. m. 48c. 'or Sale—Miscellaneous For Sale—Model A Ford, new ijes and pistons. Call afternoons Kir George Belschker, Clermont 48p. fFor Sale— Corn cribs. John L. J m and Sons Lumber. Post- Ue. t* c - For Sale—1939 Plymouth and ^ Ford. both in good shape and rubber. Barr Motors, Lu- 48c. _For Sale—Twenty acres of corn. Km 1947 Model Onan 10 horse •w,-er two cylinder air cooled Jarine engine with starter, lights Bid reduction gear, suitable for ivator. Ed Lenth, Luana. 48c. gErmnn n, ins. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE NINK. For Sale— Girls' Winter Coat, size 18, good shape. Mrs. Carrie Martin, Phone 28-J, Postville. p. For Sale — Girls' keUy green snow suit; size six; also bright blue snow suit; size 14. Mrs. Elmer Brainard, Postville. 48p. For Sale—John Deere No. 52 2-16 tractor plow, A-l condition. Harold Moon, Monona. 48c. For Sale—Potatoes at reason,le prices. Vernon Perry, Cas- 48p. For Sale — Circulating heater, iroid Paulsen, Postville. 48c Professional Directory Joseph B. Steele ATTORNET-AT-LAW Office Orer Abernethy's Store Telephone No. 240 Burling & Palas ATTORNEVS-AT-LAW Office Over Postville State Bank H. T. OPSAHL CHIROPRACTOR Office Over Abernethy's Hours: 10 to 12 and 1 to 5 Mondays, Wednesdays, Fridays \ LOUIS SCHUTTE W1LLARD SCHUTTE Funeral Directors & Embalmeri Cut Flowers For All Occasions Dr. F. W. Kiesau, M.D. Dr. M. F. Kiesau, M.D. [Office over Louis Sckatte * Son* Hours—Dally 9" to 12 and 1 to 5 except Friday afternoons. Wed. and Sat—7 to iJ* p. m. DR. L. R. TAPPAN Optometrist Complete Profeadonal Eye Care Phone 91 ELKADER, IOWA DR. H. D. COLE Dentist Office Over Citizens State Bank I W. Myers, M. D. Office Over Hnebnert Office ltt-W Beddenee 1U-X pr- R. F. Schneider VETERINARIAN fkoneNcKt Postrille, Iowa OSice la Iris Theatre BnlMing For Sale — Hog waterers, hog feeders, corn cribbing. John L. Gregg and Sons Lumber, Postville. 42tfc. For Sale —15 dozen wire egg baskets. 49c each. Meyer's Four- County Hatchery, Postville. tic. Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa.—tfc. For Sale—Course and fine gravel; also sand. We deliver. Harold Bennett, Phone 35R3, Clermont tfc. For Sale—Two unit Surge Milker, used about seven months, priced to sell. Lloyd Schroeder, Rt. 1, Postville. 48p. For Sale—Marlow Hinman 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 Bernhardt Case Implement, Postville, or see or call Lawrence Block, phone 7-F-17, Postville.—tfc. Get your wedding announcements and .wedding invitations at the Herald office. For Sale—Livestock For Sale — Seven black Angus yearlings, five steers and two heifers; also good Jersey heifers, 16 months old, choice of five. Lee C. Ball, Monona. 43p. SALE — We wish to announce that we are having a Poland China boar sale which will be held the evening of October 18. Watch papers for further information. Hardindale Farms. E. G. Ket- lelkamp. Proprietor; Lloyd Lamborn. Rav Zweibohmer, herdsmen. 49c. OWING TO THE LENGTH OF "GONE WITH THE WIND" WHICH PLAYS A RETURN ENGAGEMENT AT THE IRIS THEATER THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 30, OCTOBER 1-2. THERE WILL BE ONE SHOW EACH NIGHT COMMENCING AT 7:45 P. M. WITH THE FEATURE STARTING AT 8:00 P. M. For Sale — Forty choice Duroc Boars. Emil Lembke, one mile south and one mile east of Luana school on rock road. 45tfc. For Sale—Real Estate For Sale—Farms of 31 acres up to 277 acres. Also town properties. Several new listings. W. H. Burling, Broker. 49c. For Sale—Four room house in Caslalia owned by Mrs. Carrie •Schaffer of Fayette. For particulars contact C. L. Albright, Cas­ lalia. 48tfc. For Sale or Rent—160 acre farm three miles north of Clermont on graveled road, REA. Dave Erhardt, 107 RaiediBe Street, Waukon. 47tfc. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Postville, Iowa.—8tfc, Cesspools, Septic Tanks, Cisterns and toilets cleaned and repaired. Prompt service. Write C.W. Dague, General Delivery, Postville. 49c Notice — Highest market prices for your junk. Call Steve Szabo & Sons, Castalia, and give us your full name.—lOtfc, LONG DISTANCE MOVING; also Power Winch Service. Winneshiek Motor Terminal, A. M. Finck, Decorah, Iowa. Phone day or night No. 620—tfc. Leave your orders any time for Dressed Chickens for your Sunday dinner. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Postville.—27tfc Place your order now for corncribs, hog houses, laying houses, garages. Meyer's Four County Hatchery, Postville. t£c. House • For Sale in Postville, ideally located, worth the money, SI,200 down. Inquire at Citizens State Bank, Postville. 48p. For Rent . Fcr Rent—New five rocm house by October 1. E. T. !\Iork, Postville. 48p. For Rent—Small house with water and electricity, three miles north of Postville. Elmer Brainard, Postville. 48p. FARMERS — Will have carload of foot steel T posts before October 1. Leave orders now at Anderson Produce or Stock Hardware, Waukon, Iowa. Phone 45 or 88. 48c. Expert Refrigeration Service— On all domestic and commercial installations. For prompt service, call Postville Refrigeration Service, phone 342-J—tfc. How is your supply of Letterheads. Envelopes, Statements, etc? We can supply your every printing need. Postville Herald. Cards of Thanks Lost and Found. Lost—Billfold September 21 on Streets of Postville. Finder please return to Albert Jahncke. Postville. 1 Bp. THANK YOU—I wish to take I this opportunity to thank the i Ladies' Aid. Missionary Society. | the Sisterhood, relatives, friends j and neighbors that remembered j me with cards. Sowers and letters. • I appreciated everything very ; much and wish to thank everyone, i Mrs. John Palas. 48p. Now Is Time To Shift To Winter Dairy Feeds September is not too early to make the shift from summer • to winter dairy rations, according to Floyd Arnold, Iowa State College extension dairyman. Short pas< tures plus the continued strong demand for milk are only two of the reasons it is good business to maintain production with as few gaps as possible. Economists at the college forecast a good future for dairymen. High prices offered for meat animals and the critical farm labor shortage have reduced dairy herds until now there are four per cent fewer cows than a year ago.. Prospects of lower feed costs! make this year the time to full- feed dairy cows, Arnold says. USDA officials emphasize that heavier grain feeding will be needed this fall to bring total milk production more in line with consumer demand. Arnold offers several ways of supplementing pastures that have; suffered from recent dry spells.' Hay, silage and grain are the 1 usual feeds that make up the win-; ter ration, but some farmers hesitate to dip into their winter feed' supplies during early fall. However, green corn fodder can be' cut for dairy animals until the silo is opened. This supplements both the roughage and the concentrate requirements of an adequate dairy ration. The following grain mixture is suggested by Arnold. It includes 400 pounds corn and cob meal, 400 pounds ground oats, 100 pounds wheat bran and 100 pounds high protein concentrate. This ration is suitable to be fed with high- quality legume roughage, with or without silage. If non-legume roughage is fed, the protein concentrate should be increased. Arnold suggests an old rule of thumb when determining how much grain to feed—one pound of grain to each three or four pounds of milk, depending upon the per cent butterfat in the milk. High j per cent butterfat warrants the i most grain, of course. Fasten the curtain rods to blocks of wood placed on the wall at the desired distances from the win dow. Then draperies and cornice boards, if you use them cover woodwork and wall and increase the apparent width of the window. Because? a cornice board creates a horizontal line, it makes a window seem shorter and broader. Keeping the draperies short helps too, says Miss Workman. Let them hang to the bottom of the apron or the sill. Avoid covering the sides of the pane with drapery, when the window is narrow. You'll probably want as much light as possible to enter. For the too-wide window which admits too much light, you might set in the curtaining with the woodwork as a frame. In this case, you'll want the woodwork to show above the window as well as at the sides. Covring part of the window, the woodwork and part of the wall with drapery is another solution. This gives a large area of drapery which is attractive in some; rooms. Remember, a cornice board tends to emphasize a broad or low appearance. Curtains banging; straight and long, perhaps to the floor, and covering part of the pane, give height to a short broad! window. Vertical stripes also> help add height Curtains should always extend to some structural line—the fill, the apron or the floor. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat, Oct 2 — Music By — EARL HUNT AND HIS BAND For Sale—35 registered Spelter: j Poland China Boars, cholera im- j mune; all of serviceable age. New i blood for old customers: blue win- i ners at county fairs. Located 10 \ miles north of Postville. Oliver j Snitker, Waukon. 49c. Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—life. Miscellaneous For Sale—Holstein heifers, some J yearlings, some two-year olds. Harlan Haranaek. Castalia. 48p. For Sale — Twenty purebred Poland China Boars, cholera immune. Fred Miene, Luana. 48tfc. For Sale—Two Holstein cows to freshen this week. Fred Miene. Luana. 48c. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, extra good quality. Leroy Foels. five and one-half miles southwest of Luana. 48tfc. WINTER EGGS—Eight now put your pullets on BOLSON"S. Bedson's 20""; Ereeder Mash—Bolson's 26 r_ , Balancer of Bolscn's 35^ Concentrate to mix with your own grains. Bolson's Egg Feeds gives you the extras which your pullets can use in heavy production. Buy Bolson Egg Feeds from vour Bolson dealer. 51c ! THANK YOU—We wish to take ! this opportunity to thank our ' neighbors, friends and relatives i for their many sets of kindness I and floral offerings extended dur- i ing our recent bereavement the ' death of our husband and lather, j These kind deeds were greatly ap- ; predated. Mrs. Fred Gordon. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ryken and family, i Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gordon and i family. 48p. SOLUTION OFFERED FOR TOUR WINDOW PROBLEMS A "problem window" is one of those features which careful decoration can disguise. In fact, the difficult window — too long, too narrow or irregularly shaped— may become one of the most interesting features in your room. For the window that's too narrow, here are suggestions from Nora Workman, Iowa State College home furnishings specialist. Super-Cushion y CA U R R jfCcW' over the bumps " on only 24 lbs, of air! GOOD/VEAR I GIVES YOU THE SMOOTHEST \ SAFEST RIDE YOU'VE EVER HAD \ Liberal Trade-In Allowance For Your Old Tires USE OUt EASY MT PLAN AND BIDE AS YOU MTI Falb Motor & Implement Postville, Iowa Gladiola bulbs for sale if taken in next three weeks, all colors, about 50 varieties. At 3 cents each. Art Gass, Postville. 49p. For Sale — Choice Duroc and Hampshire boars, Sired by good boars and out of high producing sows. Vaccinated. Capper and Grove. Elgin. 49c. For Sale — Purebred Chester White Boars, low down, easy feeders, cholera immune. Moon and Kruse, Monona. 47tfc. For Sale—On hand 66 Hereford calves, 250 pounds: 25 Hereford steers, 500 pounds;. 120 Hereford steers and heifers, 450 pounds; 97 Hereford steers, 650 pounds; 110 feeding pigs. Can finance responsible parties. Erkel Cattle Company, Sumner, Iowa. tfc For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey Stock hogs, farrowed March 1; choice dark red big boned type, large litters. Frank Lawson, one- half mile southeast on Highway IB. Phone 43-F-628, Postville. tfc. For Sale —Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, cholera immune. R. W. Berrihard, McGregor; farm near Junction Highways 13 and 52. * 7tfc Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostviUeRendering Co. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WAUKOHr-CaJl Snnderaan City Service—Telephone No. tit •"GftSGOM—Call DKKM Standard Service—Telephone No. SS-J OS8IAN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone So. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Service Station—Telephone No. Xlll ' MONONA-Call Mr. Ziecier—Telephone No, 2M ftOSSVIIXE—Call BoatvUle Lacker Plant WHEN TOTJ HAVE CLEANING — REMEMBER GORDAXIEK CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. tfc MONUMENTS AND MARKERS OF QUALITY — LOWER PRICES. ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. 46tfc For the latest in Decca, Victor and Columbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—26tfc. DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROOM MCGREGOR, IOWA SAT., OCT. 2 Pete Dougherty and his Orchestra Open Wednesday thru Saturday Also Catering to Private Parties and Wedding Dances COMING — SAT- OCTOBER 9: MISSISSIPPI KITE HAWKS Ready for installation! igasaMt««i»tj !43aatt 'i'W (jW«iiJ WILLIAMS OIL-O-MATiC IP 3 It's ready for you—the new Oil-O-Matic that bring* completely automatic oil heat to *rty name, new or t&&\ Burns *wy grade offuel... gi vet Founa equalled economy, efficiency, and dependability ... thanks to its famous Low Pressure Principle of atomiznuon. Come in— Jeam why, with hundreds of makes to choose from, every ejfbth oil burner is an Oil-O-Matid Hoth Bros. Hardware Hardware — Heating Telephone No. 229 Plumbing; Posfrrilie, Iowa For a golden Kingscrost cro in 49 by placing your order with us NOW for your 1949 Kingscrost seed— the only sure way of getting the maturity and kernel grade you want JIORTHtUP, KING A COS HYBRID CORN Quick vigorous growth Heat, drouth and disease resistance Heavy yielding Strong, straight stalks Dependable maturity Easy picking Early, safe cribbing FARMERS STORE Telephone No. 231 POSTVILLE, IOWi

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