Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 4, 1936 · Page 3
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Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1936
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1038. /hat Postville Folks Were Doing 25 Years Ago [totaling Itcras Taken From The Flics of the Iowa Volksblatt of June 9, 1911. J Mrs. Anion Nolting, aged 40, passed way last Tuesday/. There was n barn raising on th IharJcy Schara farm yesterday. j 0 hn Moetsch and Chas. Bachtell lave purchased Ford automobiles. The Luana band played at the I'oodmen picnic in Postville yester ay. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krousie have a aby boy at their home since Wodnes I ay morning. Miss Anna Wegner has accepted a osition as saleslady in Luhman & landers' store. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Oehring have a aby girl at their home in McGregor ine'e Saturday. Wm. Collins will open a restaurant ) Ihe building formerly occupied by je saloon he and his brother Thomas (inducted. John C. Thoma has opened an ice -ream and refreshment parlor in the lore building just north of the Volks- flatt office. I Esther Cordelia, the 12-year-old laughter of Dr. and Mrs. Chas. Flynn, jassed away Friday night following a jeveral weeks illness. | Miss Ella Beyer, daughter of Shoe- aker and Mrs. August Beyer, will married to day to Melvin Mark- lam of Clermont. The ceremony is to > performed by Rev. C, C. Casper. [Edward Nuehring, son of Mr. and (irs. Dietrich Nuehring, and Hulda taker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. {. H. Busaeker, were married Friday jvening, June 2, by the Rev. Richard suehne. [The young people of Luana will felebrate the Fourth of July at that town and are making elaborate pre- arations for entertainment features, [nduding a big picnic, dance pavilion, •eworks, band music, etc. t R. D. Blackburn is a new council- an since last Friday night when he is appointed to fill the vacancy crc- Ited by the resignation of Chas. Sonn- lalb. John Waters appeared before be council and pleaded for leaving be stockyards where they are now icated, stating to remove them would bean a heavy loss in business to lostville. rThe annual Alumni banquet and Jeception was held at Singer Hall last jjuesday night. The program was smprised of contests and the follow- bg were the winners: Most popular ban, Harvey Cornell; most beautiful My, Ora Ward; ladies' race winner, Biolet Marston; eating contest winner, fenneth Sanders; best dressed man, ms Rasmusen; prettiest necktie and |pron contest, Ralph Tuller and Gerude Schroeder; nicest lady, Ruby tVebster; best speaker, C. G. Burling; play race winner, Florence Marston. DO NOT LOSE YOUR LICENSE! Hunters and fishermen are asked to are for their hunting or fishing licen- es by either pinning, them in their ocket or placing in a safe place on teir person. The law governing unting and fishing licenses does not irovidc for the issuance of duplicate tanses. Persons losing or permitting heir licenses to be destroyed arc retired to purchase new licenses if TOY desire to hunt or fish. Moth Fume MIST SPRAY —Deposits a non-staining crystalline coating when sprayed on objects. Kills moths and overcomes odors. Positively the most satisfactory method of moth control. 85c per 24 oz. Bottle DEATH SPRAY —A guaranteed killer of Flies, Mosquitoes, Moths, Bedbugs, Ants, etc. Also used for deodorizing. per Bottle 60c Thoma Bros. Pharmacy The REXALL Store I With the Churches j *<IMIIIIIIMIItllltMIIIIII||IIIIIIMIMIHIIMII |l(IIIIUmillllllltinP ST. 1»AUI7S LUTHERAN CHURCH R. B. Garten, Pastor Sunday, June 7 9:15 a. m.—Church School. 10:15 a. m.—Light Brigade. 10:30 a. m—Public worship with confessional service and holy communion; service in German. 7:30 p. m.—Luther League devotional; Delila Oldag. leader. Thursday, June 11, at two p. m.— Ladies' Aid Society meeting. Vacation church school every weekday, except Saturday, at 9:00 a. m. May birthday children in the Sunday School bringing their thankoffer- ings were: Mary Schultz, Loren Koenig, Leta Schutte, Marian Caslen, Delila Oldag, Grant Schultz, Billy Schlce, Sherwood Olson, Bernard Gass, William Schultz. Donald Meyer and Marna Jane Rcinhardt. THE COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, POSTVILLE R. Franklin Galloway, Paslor Morning Worship 10:15 a. m. Sabbath School 11:30 a. m. Young People's Meeting 7:15 p. m. The pastor's sermon subject will be, "An Ideal Church." Marjorie McGuire will lead the young people's meeting. The Church Night service is postponed until June 14. Presbyterian W. M. S. The Presbyterian Women's Missionary Society will meet June 5th with Mrs. Weihe. observing the following program: Devotionals—Mrs. Webb. The Philippines—Mrs. Weihe. The West Indies—Mrs. J. Waters. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. V. B. CHURCH NOTES L, B. Crlppen, Pastor Castalla Sunday School 10:00 a. m Morning Worship 11:00 a. m Forest Mills Sunday School 10:00 a. m Postville Morning Worship 9:30 a. m Sunday School 10:30 a. m Preaching Service 8:00 p. m Christian Science Churches "God the Only Cause and Creator" will bo the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Suuday, June 7. The Lesson-Sermon comprises quotations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to the Scriptures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One ot the Bible citations reads: "God that made the world and all things therein, seeing that he is Lord of heaven and earth, dwelletb not in temples made with hands; Neither is worshipped with men's hands, as though he needed any thing, seeing he giveth to all life, and breath, and all things; For in liim we live, and move, and havo our being; as certain also of your own poets have said, For we are also his offspring" (Acts 17:24. 25, 2S). Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook is the fol lowing: "Tho Scriptures imply that God Is AU-ln-all. God is individual incorporeal. He is divine Principle Love, the universal cause, the only creator, and there is no other self existence. He is all-inclusive, and it reflected by all that Is real and eter nal and by nothing else. He fills al' space, and it is Impossible to con ceivo of such omnipresence and imli viduallty except as infinite Spirit or Mind. Hence all is Spirit and spirit. | ual" (p. 331). 1 WANT-ADS Want Ail Rates—Up to 25 words, 25 cents for each insertion. Over 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 tho 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 resultsl Potatoes For Sale—Elmer Weihe.— 31c. For Sale—Riding Corn Plow. Wm. Moll, Postville.—31tfc For Sale—Hoth Hay Mower. Louis Harnack, Castalia. Iowa.—31p For Sale or Rent—Two lots in Lull's addition. Fred Harnack.—31p For Sale—10 acres of standing al falfa. Ed Fiet, R. 1, Waukon.—31p Wanted—Girl for general house work. Enquire at this office.—29c We deliver ice. Leave your orders at Meyer's Hatchery, Postville.—28tfc For Sale—Eating and Seed Potatoes. Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, R. 1, Postville.—31c Man Wanted—To work on farm by the month. Leo Heins, R. 1, Clermont. —31p 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—A 1936 R. C. A. Victor 6 volt battery radio. Hear and see it at The Palm.—26c For Sale—Purebred Brown Swiss bull, 20 months old. Willard S. Livin good, R. 3, Postville.—31p For Sale—All kinds of vegetable and flower plants. Reasonable prices. Mrs. D. Meyer, Postville.—29c Contractors and Investors—Just list ed 12 good lots, fine residential dis trict Postville. Sell or trade, one or all. Grethers Exchange, Elgin, Iowa. m, ' First showing in this city of an interesting comedy-drama/ produced by Oldsmobile under the supervision of Hollywood directors Educational feature picture on the vital problem of safety AND showing what Oldsmobile Is doing In tho Interests of safer motoring /iljj BURTONI HOLMES j£#* "ETHIOPIA" ^TIMELY • INTERESTING • INFORMATIVE ADMISSION FREE in the showrooms of Falb Motor Company Friday, June 5, at 8:00 p. m. For Sale—Used Singer sewing machine in Al condition. The Wear-U- Well Shoe Shop.—31c •For Sale—Several used oil..stoves; two all-enamel ranges, like new. The Winchester Store.—31c For Sale—Registered Holstein bull; good production record. Aug. Schultz & Son, Postville.—31tfc Wanted—Parties who hauled logs to the H. W. Block sawmill to call and make known their ownership.—31p Taken Up—Roan heifer, one year old, came to my place. Marked on right ear. Owner can have same by paying "costs. R. B. Waters, R. 1, Postville.—31lfc For Sale—Farmall tractor, 10-20 McCormick Deering and a Fordson. All have just been reconditioned-and are guaranteed in Al condition. Roy Schultz, Castalia, Iowa.—34p Two Scots were mountaineering in Switzerland, when one of them slipped and fell into a crevasse. The other, peering over the edge, saw his companion holding on almost by his fingernails. "Are ye a' richt, Macpherson?" shouted the man in safety. "No exactly that," said the other, "but if ye run down to the village an' get a rope I'll try to hang on here till ye come back. Hurry, fo- heaven's sake!" His companion disappeared and was gone nearly an hour. Suddenly his face appeared again over the edge of the cliff. "Are ye still there, Mcpherson?" he called down. "Aye," in a low, weary tone. "Have ye got the rope?" "No, indeed. The dirty dogs in the village wanted two pounds for it!"— The Earth Mover. The foreman of an electrical repair shop was interviewing a bright boy who was applying for a position. "Do you know anything at all about electrical apparatus?" asked the foreman. "Yes, sir," was the prompt reply. "What is an armature?" asked the foreman. , "It's a guy who sings for Major Bowes."—Steel Columns. Teacher: Is there a higher power on this earth than a king? Boy on Front Seat: Sure, an ace! It is generally conceded that the old age pension plan will be a reality In this country within the next ten years, relates the West Union Union. It is not generally conceded that it will be a largo amount but it will be sufficient to rob old age of its terrors of dependence. This fear removed from the human heart is going to lift a tremendous load not only from the hearts of the old people but from young people as well, who are faced with the responsibility of caring for older people at a time when every added expense means sacrificing something needed. To remove water marks on waxed floors rub the spots with a cloth dipped in turpentine, cover them with a little wax, then polish. To The Public- We hereby announce the opening of our new Plumbing, Heating and Tin shop in Postville and are now able to serve your needs in these lines. , We have had 22 years of practical experience and can guarantee you prompt and efficient workmanship and quality goods at rea-' sonable prices. On this basis we solicit a share of your patronage. GUS MILLER Plumbing — Heating — Tinwork — Repairing Located in the Basement of the Louis F. Schroeder Building Y A see, I was to be speaker o' the- evening at the annual Grange dinner over to Dozen Forks. I got all tidied up, sorta late, and then found the dratted car was out o' gas—and Dozen Forks all o' four miles away, "Well, my wife had an idea. "Wait'Il I get that little botde o" gas I got from the Standard Dealer to kill the ants with,' says she. "I lowed as how it was foolish, but we'd try it. So she brought out a little 2-ouace botde and we dumped the Standard Red Crown it held into the gas tank. I started off, figuring mebbe I'd make a hundred rod. "But I got past the next farm—and the next—'n 'fore I knew it there I was in front o" the Grange widi the motor still runnin'. Figure it out for yourself... four miles worth o' distance on two ounces o' Red Crown. That's 252 miles to the gallon. That's mileage, mister!... Eh? ... Sure, the whole Grange is using Red Crown now." We think Standard Red Crown is good, too, but we refuse to be taken in by Lester's vivid report. It's not THAT good. Witb "more live power per gallon," Standard Red Crown operates with less waste power per gallon. Witb ityou can be sure of as long mileage per gallon as with any regular-priced gasoline you can buy—if not longer. But rather than make claims, Standard prefers to make it easy for motorists to findoutthe realj'acts aboutgasoline mileagefor themselves. Gasoline Mileage Get this handsome emblem on YOUR car—/* officially identifies you as a Test Car Driver. DRIVE A "TEST CAR" IN THE WORLD'S GREATEST ROAD TEST $5000.00in cash andhundredsoffine merchan- furnishes all equipment for easy recording of due awards for Test Car Drivers, Chance to mileage during 65 days' ordinary driving. Any car in theState is eligible. Getfull details now, from any Standard Dealer. discover new money-saving facts about motoring. No obligation. No extra driving. Standard Be sure your car is safe to drive-then DRIVE SAFELY IN POSTVILLE — STOP AT CASTEN BROS. OIL COMPANY and enroll in this unique contest. 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