Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 21, 1936 · Page 3
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May 21, 1936

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

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THURSDAY, MAY 21, 193ft jjat Postville Folks Were Doing 25 Years Ago {[trttUag Items Taken From The Files ot the Iowa Volksblatt of May 20, 1011. ^"•""'••"iiu-.imiiinii..,. .THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. •AOK THREE. With the Churches ! II,!,,,, I j, L. Williams this week marketed )'head o£ sheep.. J 'Mr. and Mrs. Fred Panncke ore roping ° ver the arrival 01 n bat) y b °y- W, S. Hart will bo the main speaker ,1 the Woodmen picnic to be held ere June V. . Rev, F. W. Pease has rented the Joe foendol house and will soon move his amily into ft - jThe school board has elected Miss Helen Clark Kenriey of Mount Vernon i assistant principal. !• Henry W. Schroeder has just completed the foundation for the large tew barn he will erect this summer. I Mrs. A. E. Cornell and Mrs. Wm. eui were at Mason City yesterday to (lend the concert by Sarah Bem- •jrdt. ( The Hev. R. Kuehne and Miss Frieda Ichultz will sail June 17 on the steam- r "Cincinnati" for n visit to relatives i Germany. j All Postville business houses will llose each evening; at 5:30 o'clock,] Starting June 1, excepting Wednesday] md Saturday nights. I Chas. Kohrs has purchased the El- Iter McGhee share in the livery business and Uie new firm will be known s McGhee & Kohrs. Saturday afternoon while John Loo ley and his sister were returning to Heir home in Grand Meadow, their [buggy was hit by a train at the crossing near Ridley and the occupants irown from the rig, suffering but [slight injuries. ' Mr. and Mrs. Paul Topel, Rev, C. C, er and A. B. Cook attended the llunakee County Sunday School mention in Waukon Tuesday. H . Roberts was elected vice president mi tb» Rev. R. Kuehne was named ictary of missions. The stockyards stench was stirred bp again Friday when the business men presented a petition to the town Icouncil asking that the stockyards re- Imain where they are. They fear the •removal asked for in a petition of citi- Jens will induce the farmers to take •their stock to more conveniently lo •rated markets if the local yards are [removed outside the corporation. Commencement exercises for this { year 's high school class will be held at Turner Hall, Friday evening, June Following are the members of the Iclass: Kenneth Sanders, Helen Leui, jFrcd Tuttle, Marie Wegner, Nellie jSonnkalb, Harry Hanks, Ray Burn- learn, Bessie Burnham, Rosine Eggert lOn -ille Schultz, Ora Ward. Anthony BStaadt, Harvey Cornell, Helen Laugh- ilin, Florence Schroeder, Hattie Weihe, iLeRoy Chamberlain. The class play, TLady of Lyons," will be presented on jthe evening of June 1. The field day at Waukon Saturday attracted many people from Postville where the Scout Band rendered a concert and a number of Postville high school students participated in the contests. The following from here were winners in the meet: Kenneth Sanders, first in the 50 yard dash; Harvey Cornell, Kenneth Sanders, Harry Hanks and Ray Burnham, Postville 800-yard relay team, first; standing broad jump, Ray Burnham. tei; running broad jump, Harry Hanks, first; running high jump, Harvey Cornell, first; pole vault, Robert Ward, first; shot put, Ray Burnham, first. "•iimmimiiimiiiiiiiiiinif 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. The sermon will be the last in the series on the risen Lord's forty days on earth and will treat of "Jesus' Commission, Ascension and Promised Return." »• 8. CHURCH NOTES L. E. Crippen, Pastor Castalia Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Postville Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. in. Forest Mills Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Preaching Service 8:00 p. m. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH R. B. Garten, Pastor Iowa is 20th in population of the states of the union according to the estimate of the census department as oi July l, ig35 f j ust re l ea sed. In 1930 Iowa was rated 19th of the 48 stales in Population, the report stated. Thirty-one cities and towns in Iowa We slated for new postoffice buildings w the next federal building program. Waukon, West Union and New Hampton are the towns in this congressional "strict to be in line for new buildings. QUALITY DRY CLEANING WE CLEAN CLOTHES CLEAN! BRING BACK THAT LUSTER AND COLOR IN YOUR CLOTHES BY HAVING THEM CLEANED FREQUENTLY! Hats Cleaned and Reblockcd Shoes Shined Wo will be at Henry's Clothes Shop every Wednesday night to deliver your cleaned earmolds. Packages for cleaning may be lc tt at Henry's any night. Gordanier Cleaners 9:15 a. m— Church School. 10:30 a. m.—Public worship; service in English. 8:00 p. m.—Baccalaureate service. Rev. S. J. Strandjord of Gunder will be the speaker. Monday, May 25, at 9:00 a. m.—Dai­ ly Vacation Church School will open. It will be in session every week-day, except Saturday, from 9:00 to 11:30 a. m. All children are invited to attend. Christian Science Churches "Soul and Body" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon In all Churches ot Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, May 24. The Golden Text Is from I Peter 2:11, "Dearly beloved, I beseech you as strangers and pilgrims, abstain from fleshly lusts, -which war against the soul." The Lesson-Sermon comprises quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scrip tures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One ot the Bible citations reads: "And, behold, two blind men sitting by the way side, when they heard that Jesus passed by, cried out, saying, Have mercy on us, O Lord, thou son of David. And Jesus stood still, and called them, and said, What will ye that I shall do unto you? They say unto him, Lord, that our eyes may be opened. So Jesus had compassion on them, and touched their eyes: and immediately their eyes re ceived sight, and they followed him' (Matt. 20:30, 32-34). Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook Is the fol lowing: "Knowing that Soul and its attributes were forever manifesteo' through man, the Master healed the sick, gave sight to the blind, hearing to the deaf, feet to the lame, thus bringing to light the scientific action of the divine Mind on human minds and bodies and giving a better under standing of Soul and salvation" (p 210). CARD OF THANKS We, the family of William S. Ewing. wish to express our sincere and heartfelt thanks to the many friends for their sympathy and comfort in our time of sorrow. Mrs. Wm. S. Ewing and Family. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to thank our many friends and neighbors for the many expressions of sympathy and thoughtfulness at the time of our recent bereavement. The beautiful floral offerings, the use of cars and the comforting words were especially appreciated. Mrs. Birdie P. Durno Mrs. Gertrude D. Starbuck. GRAND CIRCUS TURNER HALL Fri., May 22 at 7:30 P. M. See the many circus stunts, the clowns, the ferocious beasts of the jungle and the plains of darkest Africa. See the choruses of beautiful girls, the Hollywood stars and the famous Dionne Quintuplets. All this for the small prices of only- Adults—15 cents Children—10c (Sponsored by the pupils of Mrs. Dravls and co-workers.) WANT-ADS Want Ad Rates—Up to 25 wofds, 25 cents for each insertion. Oyer 25 words, 1 cent a word for each insertion. If your replies are to come to this office, an additional handling charge of 10 cents per week will be made for this extra service. Terms—Cash with order. The low rates of want ads do not permit the extra costs of charge accounts and billing. We will accept them by telephone but payment before the end of the month is expected. Otherwise a charge of 10c per line will be made when they are billed at the end of each month. Herald Want Ads bring results I For Sale—Fresh cow. Jens Egeland, Ossian, Iowa.—29p Get our special prices on Brooder Stoves. Meyer's Hatchery.—29c For Sale—Native Lumber. Enquire of Henry Lawson, Postville.—27tfc Wanted—Girl for general housework. Enquire at this office.—29c For Sale—Potatoes at 75c per bushel. Fred Benjegerdes, Postville.—29c We deliver ice. Leave your orders at Meyer's 'Hatchery, Postville.—28tfc Special prices on 10-hole nests. A. C. Meyer, Four County Hatchery. For Sale—Corn in any quantity. Halvorson Bros., West Union, Iowa.— 29p Girl Wanted—To work in farm home this summer. Inquire at this office. —29c For Sale—Poland China sow, to far­ row soon. Elmer Zieman, R. 1, Luana, —29c Best Fly Spray, 60 cents per gollon, C. M. Morgan, Veterinarian, Postville, —32c For Sale—Three John Deere two- row corn cultivators. Postville Lumber Co.—29c For Sale—Holstein bull; good production record. Aug. Schultz & Son, Postville.—29c For Sale — Second hand brooder stoves. A. C. Meyer at the Four-Co. Hatchery.—26c For Sale—A 1936 R. C. A. Victor 6 volt battery radio. Hear and see it at The Palm.—26c For Sale—Scotch Shorthorn Bull, 6 to 8 months old. L. H. Benjegerdes, R. 2, Postville.—29p Wanted — Man to work on dairy farm; married preferred. E. M. Gass, R. 1, Postville.—28tfc. For Sale—Four-burner Florence oil stove in good condition. Inquire at the Blue Arrow.—29c For Sale—A two-year-old bay gelding, quiet and of good size. L. E. Dresser, R. 3, Postville.—28tfc. Expert Saw Sharpening done at a reasonable price on short notice. Louis W. Thoma, Postville.—4c For Sale—Brown Swiss bull, serviceable age; very good individual. Mrs. Fred Brandt, R. 1, Postville.—29p List your properties and farms with a live wire, and get results. All deals considered. Grethers Exchange, Elgin, Iowa.—28tfc For Sale—All kinds of vegetable and flower plants. Reasonable prices. Mrs. D. Meyer, Postville.—29c For Sale—Purebred Holstein Bulls, serviceable age; also some English Shepherd pups. J. J. Martins, R. 3, Postville.—29p For Sale—Small piano, like new, in Postville. Partly paid for. Will sell for balance. Easy terms. Wholesale Dept. S.-, Baldwin Piano Factory, Cincinnati, Ohio.—29p Promote Prosperity Witb Printer 's Inkl THURSDAY, JUNE 11, DATE OF ALLAMAKEE CO. RALLY DAY Thursday, June 11, at the Waukon Opera House, is the date and place for our annual 4-H Girls Club Rally Day for Allamakee county. This will be an all-day event starting at 9:00 a. m. A very interesting program has been planned for this time and all members, club leaders, parents and others are especially invited to be present. Briefly, the day's program will include song contest by the clubs, stunts, games, election of county offi­ cers , and installation of new officers, Each individual club in the county, of which there are 10, will be responsible for a certain part of the day's program. Complete announcement of the program will be published In these columns soon. Miss Olive Muschawek of Shellsburg owns one of the geese of golden egg fame. The fowl is nine years old, has laid 218 eggs and raised 100 geese. Her latest effort was an egg that weighed a pound and was 14% inches long and 8% inches around. ; $120 1935 STUDEBAKER COMMANDER CUSTOM SEDAN—Radio, heater, dual equipment, 16,000 miles by original owner. A car you must see to appreciate. Originally cost $1365. fljryftr Buy it today at €) IVD 1936 PLYMOUTH SEDAN—DeLuxe Model, driven only 2,000 miles. Save' 1934 CHEVROLET STANDARD 4-DOOR SEDAN—driven only 10,000 miles by one of our employees. Equipped d» A £JA with heater tD^OU 1934 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH—driven 1,600 miles by original owner, original duco finish, heater. <tk/lfiK A real buy at. «B4I:UO 1933 CHEVROLET MASTER COACH—Act today if you want to buy a slightly used six cylinder, quality automobile with only 13,000 miles <CQ'7Pv by original owner *vO I t> 1934 CHEVROLET TRUCK—157 inch Dual Wheel, with platform and rack, ready for (j *A fZfl work, at only «D41:<)U 1933 CHEVROLET TRUCK—157 inch Dual Wheel, with platform and grain body. Completely reconditioned and ex- CQOfi cellent tires tDO^U 1932 CHEVROLET PANEL TRUCK—A truck that will be sure to satisfy, will be sold for * 0,, *50to*75 Record-breaking sales of new Chevrolets make these better trade-in values possible! 1933 GMC TRUCK —157 inch Dual Wheel, completely reconditioned and retired. flJOQK See it today for <D&Ua 1931 STUDEBAKER TRUCK — 131 inch Single Wheel, 10-ply rear, 8-ply front tires, with platform and grain body, (J»-| r7{T for only OX I U 1929 CHEVROLET TRUCK — with platform, to go at only 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 $265 $120 1928 CHEVROLET 4-DOOR SEDAN—with trunk. A servicable car with a lot of miles left in it $95 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 f*f\ work, at only tBJ_v)U 1931 FORD MODEL A COUPE— with rumble seat, a big value at $200 $275 which sold o. million Used Cars for Chevrolet dealers in 193$ PROTECTS YOU! 1929 STUDEBAKER SEDAN — driven only 16,000 miles and thoroughly reconditioned. Priced to sell quickly (J *-t Q{T at only «B J.OO 1927 BUICK SEDAN—Very low mileage and clean. rt»-| A pr See it for only tB±4:e> it ix it ft llHUnaBBydi # & ir it & it VISIT US FOR BETTER VALUES-TODAY! John Falb & Sons ELGIN, IOWA Falb Motor Co. POSTVILLE, IOWA NATIONAL LUBRICATE FOR S MAY 23-30 ^^^/?/?/Z ^/uNDER TERMS OF THE DIAMOND TRIAL BOND FOR BETTER SERVICE Diamond Products are all rigidly guar* anteed to give you better performance and service. 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