Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 20, 1948 · Page 8
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October 20, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

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9AOM nam. THE PGSTVILLB HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA WSDNBBDAY, OCTOBER H 1^ 1 Firemen's Annual HALLOWE'EN' DANCE Sat., Oct 30 Postville, Iowa Music By BOB — and his — HILLBILLIES LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa RALPH SLADE and his ORCHESTRA • SAT., OCT. 23 • COIN SHOWER DANCE - - Honoring - - MBS JOTCE KADLOFF of St Olaf - - and - MR. EUGENE MILLER of Monona THUR., OCT. 28 Music By J— MISSISSIPPI NITE HAWKS • COMING!! HALLOWE'EN BARN DANCE With TOM OWEN'S COWBOYS SAT., OCT. 30 QUARTERLY FINANCIAL STATEMENT of the POSTVILLE INDEPENDENT SCHOOL DISTRICT —— lor the QUARTER ENDING SEPTEMBER 30, 1948 Advise Dairymen To Line Up Feed Balance on hand July 1 1948 Receipts Tuition 4< $375.00 State and Federal Aid 2,153.01 Transportation 87.06 Sale of Typewriters 320.00 Miscellaneous .... 85.00 $ 2,948.34 Total Receipts..? 8,020.07 $ 8,020.07 Expenditures List of Warrants issued..$ 4,388.30 Teachers. Janitors, etc 3,843.49 $10,968.61 Total Expenditures $ 8,231.79 $ 8,231.79 Balance on hand, September 30, 1948 _ $ 2,736.82 List of Warrants Issued During: Quarter Ending Sept. 30, 1948: Laurence Hofer $ 29.48 Interstate Power Com» pany „ 34.57 23.77 Now is the time for the dairyman to sit down and figure up his winter feed needs, and- the supplies he has on hand, says Floyd Arnold, extension dairyman at Iowa State College. Now farmers, know their yields of hay, silage, grain and other feed crops. This makes it possible to determine rather accurately if upplies will cover their* feed requirements for the coming season. Arnold says, a common mistake made by farmers is to feed unwisely at this time of year and then have a shortage in late winter. This is costly because of higher feed prices during the winter. 'Three Choices The dairyman, has three choices of action, after he has figured out how his feed supply fits his needs, Arnold says. First, he can cull his herd to fit his feed supply. Arnold advises Telephone Com- Insurance Com- QUICK RELIEF FROM Symptoms of Distress Arising from STOMACH ULCERS WE TO EXCESS ACID Free B*akT«4sofHMwTrwrtaMtthat Mast Helper it WW Cost YM Nothing Onr tbree million battles of the Wuuio TtUTUiiT hare been sold for relief of ijrapiamsof distress arising from StMlMdl and DuMlnwl Wears due to Crass AcM— Pavr Dictsttea. Sw or Uput Mi—rh. Cassiiwta, Haartturn. S^wptnum*, «tc- t doe w bens Acid. Sold on 15 days' trial! Ask for "WUUrd'i Mmi|i" which fully explains this treatment— in* —at Douglass Pharmacy- See It Here! pany Joyce pany Boyd Turner. Agent W. C. Larson, Agent Burr Cook ....„:. A_ C. Webster. Agent Lawson Welding Works.... Fred A. Schultz Ed. J. Oldag Matt Parrott & Sons Postville Herald Hammond & Stephens Company _ Higley Chemical- Company Hillyard Sales Company .. Hiltbrunner's F. M. Hale Hoth Bros., Hardware H & W Motor Express Company — John L^ Gregg & Sons Company „ K. T. Cook Klipto Loose Leaf Company „ Maplewood Book Bindery Falb Motor Company Appleton Century Crafts.. C. C. Birchard it Company — Doubleday it. Company— Acme Chemical Company Activity Fund _ — Metropolitan Supply _ Milton Bradley Company Missouri-Kansas Chemical Company Midland Laboratories Pittsburgh Plate Glass Company J. E. Porter Corporation.. Postville Lumber Company _ Register & Tribune Company _ Schmidtman Company Taylor Music Company.... Royal Typewriter Company _ 897.75 Waterloo-Decorah Freight Lines 4.48 Western Chemical Company _ 103.77 Wilcox & Follette Company _ H. W. Wilson Company...W. M. Welch Manufacturing Company _ Science Research Association _...->» A. N. Palmer Company.... Shanks Jewelry & Music Store News Map of the Week.._ John R. Thoreson Charles Strenn _ Western Auto Store University of Oklahoma Press ......................... Waukon Newspapers _ Craemer's Douglass Pharmacy J. S. Latta & Son _ Doane Agriculture Digest George L. Westcot Company Music Shop _ Paul Sonnkalb PostvUle Farmers Cooperative Society Louis Schutte & Sons North Central Association Reiner's A. N. Kirch Encyclopedia Britannica .. American Council on Education Bureau of Educational Research Chandler's W H. Behrens Company.. Arno Wilker Salaries paid during quarter - - New Coleman OIL • Automatic "Toko-li-Easy* Heat • 'Warm-Floor' Htit • Ctean Hoot! • Stints Choap Oil Automatic heat costs so little now, with a Coleman Oil Floor Furnace, (fires top comfort, with "warm- floor" features. Less work, with no fuel, no aches to cany, no mess in the house. Come in and see; models from 30,000 BTU to 90,000 BTU— listed by Underwriters' Laboratories. C »•*>•!••> Tar NYBERG'S FA8M & HOME SUPPLY Postville, Iowa 40.00 72.08 218.81 151.75 95.10 3.50 118.78 33.00 1.44 81.79 35.74 138.82 93.85 4.92 76.50 409.54 7.32 137.85 67.86 47.95 105.14 2.16 1.35 29.90 18.50 24.75 31.08 83.08 29.20 36.37 95.44 1.58 3.10 4.9 23.50 15.50 30.60 2.34 3.05 55.60 4.02 6.58 24.00 18.47 14.00 1.00 1.49 4.55 3.50 22.90 98.83 3.08 10.00 59.78 2.66 28.65 322.89 7.71 10.00 85.17 61.20 2.95 12.00 5.74 9:59 12.34 27.56 3,843.49 L Keith Gray. Secretary of the above named School District, do hereby certify that this report is a true and correct statement of the proceedings pertaining to financial matters of the Board of said School District for the quarter ending on September 30, 1948. _ \ KEITH GRAY, •• Secretary President Coolidge, would talk to news reporters at length but always instructed them never to quote hk»P -directly, or indirectly. I Silverware { COMMUNITY 1 1847 ROGERS ! WM. A. ROGERS J WM. ROGERS & SON In several beautiful patterns. Service for 8 or 12 I W. J. HANKS Your Jeweler going slow on reducing, the herd, however, The favorable relation between milk and grain prices and continued strong demand for milk mean good profits in the year ahead for dairymen. Second, he can buy more feed. The farmer who i figures his needs and knows he will be short can save money by buying extra feed before the midwinter price rise. ' Third, he can make adjustments in rations. For example, he can substitute three pounds of silage for one pound of hay or one pound of hay for three pounds of silage. Alsa. a shortage of hay may be made up by heavier grain feeding. One pound of grain will replace approximately one and one-half * pounds of dry roughage. Figuring Needs Arnold suggests a rule of thumb method for figuring feed needs. The average cow needs two tons of hay and three tons of silage, 45 bushels of home grown grains of almost any combination and >250 pounds of high protein concentrate. If no silage is available, an extra ton - of hay will take its place. Bulls need about the same amount of roughage but only about half as much grain and high protein concentrate. The needs of yearlings and calves are in proportion to their size. The average amount' of feed required for one cow will feed two or three young animals. Dr.F.W.Norden Phone 137 Optometrist WAUKON, IOWA Office Hours: 9:00 to 12:00 1:15 to 5.00 EVENINGS BY APPOINTMENT Office Closed Thursday Afternoon FOR SALE The Well-Improved One Hundred and Sixty Acre AUGUST FIET FARM one and one-half miles West of Waukon Will accept bids on the whole or on each eighty. Contact Robert Shattuck, Referee, or written bids may be left at the Hart & Hart Law Office. ROBERT SHATTUCK, Referee WAUKON, IOWA K / m m 1 FARM Having decided to move to a smaller farm, the undersigned will sell at Public Auction on the farm, located six miles north of Postville on Highway No. 51, and one-quarter mile north on graveled road, on Beginning promptly at 12:30 o'clock P. M. 11 Guernsey Heifers 4 Heifers to freshen starting in December, the rest open Heifers, all but 3 Bangs vaccinated. Team of Good Work Horses Bay Mare, 6 years old, wt. about 1700 lbs.; Brown Mare, 11 years old, wt. about 1700 lbs. THESE PIGS ARE CHOLERA VACCINATED Farm Machinery and Equipment One-Row Pull Type McCormick- Deering Corn Picker on rubber, like new; McCormick-Deering Corn Binder, with bundle carrier and tractor hitch; McCormick-Deering Corn Planter, with tongue truck, fertilizer attachment, and 110 rods of wire; McCormick-Deering Horse- Drawn Mower, late model; McCormick-Deering Horse-Drawn Corn Plow; McCormick-Deer­ ingHay Loader; McCormick-Deering 8-ft. Seeder; Tractor Trailer, with 8x16 ft. platform and tight box 8x14 ft. and 2 ft. high; John Deere Auto-Steer Wagon; Rubber Tired Wagon; Flare Wagon Box with shoveling board; 12-ft. Combination Wood Rack and Wagon Box, 3 feet high, made of Cypress lumber; 2 Shoveling Boards; Slip Scraper; Bobsled; Silo Rack; Feed Bunk; Post Drill; Power Lawn Mower; McCormick-Deering No. 5 Cream Separator; 2 Sets of Work Harnett; Walking Plow; Spring Cutter with doors; Wooden Barrels; Swill Cart; Bull Blinds; Dog House, and many other articles too numerous to mention. HOUSEHOLD GOODS—9x12 Wool Rug, by Bigelow Weavers, good condition; Iron Bed with good Coil Spring; 2-Burner Kerosene Table Stove, and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE—Cash. If credit is, desired make arrangements with clork before sale. • Warm Lunch Will Be Served on the Grounds During the Sale. CUNTON L SHU, EATON WATERS, Auctioneer POSTVILLE

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