Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 20, 1948 · Page 9
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October 20, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 9

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(0NMDAY, OCTOBKB M, WW. Tint Ad B»te»-10 cents per line; Jimum charge 30c per week If h accompanies order: otherwise Minimum charge is 60c. ^ ^_ THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA FAOt NIMB. TRAM JAZAAR —Post Rebekah Lodge 48 is having a Food Sale (3:00 ' ro .), Bazaar, Lunch, Rununage le i9:00 p. m.), and fish pond at , j. 0. O. F. Hall, Postville, on iurdny, October 23. Everyone riled, 51c - lor Sale—Miscellaneous red wool Gregg, 51c. i 'or Sale—One two piece ol, dress; black and plaid ss' size 13. Joyce Ann < itville. Sessional Directory Joseph B. Steele ATTORNEY-AT-LAW |office Over Abernethy'* Store Telephone Nn. MO Burling & Palas ATTORNEYS -AT-LAW fltce Over Postville State Bank H. T. OPSAHL CHOtOrRACTOB Office Over Aberstethy'a Bonn: it to U and 1 to • KMMbyf, Wed**s*»ys, Fridays LOUIS SCHUTTE ILLARD SCHUTTE I Fioertl Director* A Kmhalmers Gat Flowers For All Occasions Dr. F. W. Kiesau, M.D. J Dr. M. F. Kiesau, M.D. •Office over Louis Schutte * Soni \ Hours—Daily 9 to }2 and 1 to S except Friday afternoons. Wed. and Sat.—T to 8:30 p. m. DR. L. R. TAPPAN Optometrist |Complete Professional Eye Care Phone 91 ELKADER, IOWA DR. H. D. COLE Dentist I Office Over Citizens State Bank |J. W. Myers, M. D. Office Over Huebner 's Telephone!: I Office 188-W Residence 188-X |Dr. R. F. Schneider VETERINARIAN I ttone No. 170 Postville, Iowa Office In Iris Theatre Building For Sale-75 one year old cross breed hens, culled, laying, $1.25. Frank Lawson, Phone 43-F-626 Postville. 51p ; For Sale—New Corn husked by hand, $1.40 per bushel, 80 pounds to bushel. To be taken any time this month. Herb Waters Post- vilIe - 51p. For Sale—Girl's green wool suit, good as new, Junior size 12; Ladies black winter coat, size 14, in good condition; three pair flowered drapes, very' reasonable; pair of tennis shoes, size 4>£ or 5. Phone 359-J, Postville. 51 C . For Sale — McCormick-Deering No. 3 Corn Picker. Leo Foels, one and three-quarter miles northeast of Postville. 51p. For Sale—Bath tub with legs; coal and wood heating stove; brand new tennis racket; play pen. Nina Harrington, Postville. 51p. For Sale—New Shelled Popcorn. Ronald Fox, Phone 43-F-16, Postville. 51c. For Sale —Used four burner Skelgas Stove. Keith Gregg, Postville. 51c. For Sale—Four wool suits; two winter coats; several dresses. Sizes 11-13. Very reasonable. Mrs. Paul Moser, Phone 10-J. 51c. For Sale—9x12 wool rug and pad, $15. Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Postville. 51p. For Sale — Black dress, sequin trimmed, Junior size 9; about six other dresses in different colors, Junior size 9; also some very good skirts, reasonable. Phone 359-J. 51c. For Sale—A. C. corn picker mounted on W. C. tractor; good as new and priced to sell. "Will sell together or separately. Henry Gisleson, Phone 38-F-262, Luana. 51p. For Sale—Twenty White Rock pullets, ready to lay; also 200 good yearling Leghorn hens. Must sell this week. Henry Gisleson, Luana. 51p. For Sale—New Crop Popcorn now ready. Mrs. Kenneth Kerr, Phone 31-F-616, Postville. 51p. For Sale—Three outside doors, windows and frames. Kenneth Schultz, Postville. 51p. For Sale—Course and fine gravel; also sand. We deliver. Harold Bennett, Phone 35R3, Clermont, tfc. For Sale—Stockers and Feeding Cattle arriving ready for sale Thursday morning, October 7. One load of good choice Hereford calves, 380 to 425 pqunds; two loads of plain Hereford Steers, to 728 pounds. All of these cattle are worth the money on today's market. Erkel Cattle Company, Phone li-F-U, Sumner. 50tfc. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, extra good quality. Leroy Foels, five and one-half miles southwest of Luana. 48tfc. For Sale — Purebred Chester White Boars, low down, easy feeders, cholera immune. Moon and Kruse, Monona. 47tfc. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey Stock hogs, farrowed March 1; choice dark red big boned typo, large litters. Frank Lawson, one- half mile southeast on Highway 18. Phone 43-F-636, Postville. 51p. For Sale —Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, cholera immune. R. W. Bernhard, McGregor; farm near Junction Highways 13 and 52- 47tfc. 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—180 acre farm located in Clayton County, Marion Township, two miles east of Elgin on County Line Road. Has R. E. A. Contract for farm to market road to be let in December. Inquire of Ernest L. Bauder, Elgin, Iowa. 51p. For Sale — Have several desirable residences and building lots in Postville. Also investment opportunities in farm lands. W. H. Burling, Realtor. 52c. For Sale—Small tract containing 63/100 of an acre adjoining Postville on the south suitable for dividing into building lots. See Burling & Palas, or Joseph B. Steele, Referee, Wilhelmina Gass Estate. 50tfc. For Sale—Four room house in Castalia owned by Mrs. Carrie SchaiTer of Fayette. For particulars contact C. L. Albright, Castalia. 48tfc. Notice — Anyone having rented chairs that they are through with are requested to return them at once to us as our supply on hand is short. Louis Schutte & Sons, Postville. 51c. Insulated route boxes keep your milk cool in the summer and from freezing in the winter. See them at Waters' Dairy. Priced from $1.90 to $2.25. 51c Will do custom corn picking this year, new picker. See Gene or Martin Halverson, Phone 42-F-26, Postville. 50tfc. For the best In shoe repairing bring your work to Ellis and Meyer Repair Shop, Postville. 49 tfc. WINTER EGGS—Right now put your pullets on BOLSON'S. Bolson's 20% Breeder Mash—Bolson's 26% Balancer of Bolson's 36% Concentrate to mix with your own grains. Bolson's Egg Feeds gives you the extras which your pullets can use in heavy pro duction. Buy Bolson Egg Feeds from your Bolson dealer, 51c, THANK YOU —I with to take this opportunity to thank my relatives and friends for their remembrances by visits, cards and flowers during my recent stay at the Postville Hospital and at home. Special thanks to Rev. F. R. Ludwig for his visits and prayers. Mrs. Alfred Meyer. 51c. THANKS—I wish td take this opportunity to thank my many friends for their gifts, cards, visits and remembrances during the time I was a patient at the Postville Hospital. All were deeply ap- reciated. Luman J. Colton. 51p: IN APPRECIATION—I wish ' to take this opportunity to thank friends, relatives and neighbors for their cards, letters and visits during my stay in St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester. All of these remembrances were deeply appreciated, C. F. Meier. 51p. CANNED FOODS STORE BEST IN COOL PLACE WHEN YOU HAVE CLEAN ING — REMEMBER GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. tfc. For the latest in Decca, Victor and Columbia phonograph records see the Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—26tfc. Leave your orders any time for Dressed Chickens for your Sun day dinner. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Postville.—27tfc. , Place your order now for corn cribs, hog houses, laying houses, garages. Meyer's Four County Hatchery, Postville. tfc. 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, De corah, Iowa. Phone day or night No. 620—tfc. MOTORS—I do all kinds of mo tor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. "J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Post ville, Iowa.—6tfc. Lost and Found. For Sale—Corn cribs. John L. Gregg and Sons Lumber. Postville. ttc 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. tfc. Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa.—tfc. IL HEATER Coast-to-Coast TOLAS B. LOOMS, fori** *«*WUIe, tow* t . For Sale—Marlow Hlnman 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 Reinhardt Case Implement, Postville, or see or call Lawrence Block, phone 7-F-17, Postville.—tfc. Lost—Pair of Men's brown ox fords. Were placed in wrong car Saturday night. Please return to Will Hemesath, Postville. 51p. Lost — Two ventilating tunnels between Ossian and Postville. Lawrence Meyer, Ossian. 51p. Lost a Key?—nave one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—ltfc. Miscellaneous Owing to the length of "The Best Years Of Our Lives" coming to the Iris Thursday, Friday and Saturday, October 21, 22, and 23, there will be one show at 8 p. m. No advance in admission. For Sale—Livestock For Sale—Purebred Spotted Poland Chinas. Wold and Herman, three and one-half miles southeast of Gunder. 5I P Tor Sale — Choice purebred Hampshire stock hogs. Cholera immune. Otmar H. Bruns, Phone 222-F-4, Monona, 52p ' For Sale — Purebred Poland China boars, cholera Immune. Henry Larson and Son. Ossian. "For Sale - Hampshire Boars, lone time treated. Joe Wander, one mile west of Clermont on Highway 18. slc ' For Sale - Twenty purebred Poland China Boars, Solera immune. Fred Miene, Luana. 48tfc. DANCE WHITE SPRINGS BALLROQM MCGREGOR, IOWA OCT. 23 BUCKEROO BUDDIES Open* Wednesday thru Saturday AIM Catering to Private Parties and Wedding Dances COMING—SAT., OCTOBER 3$; HILLBILLY RHYTHM BOYS REWARD—for information as to the whereabouts of my yellow striped cat—dead or alive. Nina Harrington, Postville. 51p. 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. Get your wedding announce ments and wedding invitations at the Herald office. Cards of Thanks THANK YOU — We wish to thank the relatives, friends, neighbors and the American Legion for their many remembrances during our recent bereavement in the loss of our son and husband. These many acts of kindness were received with grateful appreciation. Mrs. Melburne Smith and Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Smith and family. Household Goods at PUBLIC SALE Having purchased the former Candee property I will sell at Public Auction at the home, on FRIDAY, OCTOBER 22 Beginning at 1:00 o'clock p. m. Drop Leaf Kitchen Table; 3 Chairs; Round Oak Dining Table, eight leaves, 4 Chairs; Buffet; Leather Davenport; Rockers; 6 Bedsteads; A Folding Cot; Maytag Washer; Dresser; Bureau; 3 Writing Desks; Solid Walnut Chest; Monarch Electric Stove; Kitchen Cupboard; 3 Library Tables; Hall Trees; Ironing Board; A Utility Cabinet, and many other articles. TERMS OF SALE — CASH! ROY KNIGHT EATON WATERS, Anet CITIZENS STATE BANK. Clark Those precious rows of home- canned foods need a cool place to stay during the months ahead. And they need dry storage, without too much light, as well as a low temperature, to maintain their good quality. The warmth of ordinary room temperatures causes changes in color and flavor, says Jewel Graham, Iowa State College extension nutritionist. It causes loss of vitamin value as well. This is because some oxygen is entrapped in the jar in canning. During storage, ' warmth speeds exidation, which damages color and flavor and destroys some vitamins. Home-canned foods often suffer more from oxidation than commercially processed foods. Ordinarily less air is canned along with the food in commercial processing. It's i temperature that has the greatest effect on the color of the canned foods, recent studies prove. But many foods such as beets and tomatoes are likely to fade over a period of time in a light place. In a damp place, mold may grow in around the rubbers and cause spoilage. Rat-proof corncribs now. Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat, Oct. 23 — Music By — JOE DOAKES ——• and his — BAND Old Time and Modern Music x BIG-FOUR FAIR BEPOBT FOR 1948 Receipts Balance on hand last report $5,078.21 Receipts at gate .... 3,983.90 Chairs and seats .... 513.20 Concessions and privileges 951*75 Advertising in premium book .. 634.50 State and County Aid, Anticipated 1,350.00 Entry Fees 264.80 Exhibit space 110.00 $12,886.36 Disbursements Music and Attractions $2,865.00 Open class Premiums 319.00 4-H Premiums 1,005.00 Watchmen 40.00 Baseball and Horseshoe .... 367.35 Permanent and repairs 697.18 Insurance 64.55 Judges 81.30 Federal Tax 697.82 Freight and Express 14.22 Electricity and supplies 136.10 Office expense ; 77.80 Convention expenses 82.80 Fair book and printing :. 419.14 Advertising 230.25 Rent of tent 76.65 Ribbons 102.18 Straw 15.00 Paid after 1947 Fair 287.37 $7,578.11 Balance on hand—$5,308.25 Herald Want Ads bring results. DANCE Saturday, Oct 23 DEL TAYLOR and his ORCHESTRA Tuesday, Oct. 26 AL MENKE and his ORCHESTRA The Band with a Million Friends New Legion Club North of Decorah on Highway »2 iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiiiitiuiiiiiuiitiitMiiiiiiMtiimnninii Want Ads Get Results! iituittinitiitmiiimtmiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiisf BrW Liko Hybrid Corn CHICKS Try Hy-Line Chicks on our recommendation. Share in the benefits ol Hy-Line pullets' all-year egg'production ability. Hy-Line flocks generally lay 50% to 80% for the entire production year. Annual flock averages of 200 eggs per Hy-Line in common under farm conditions. W*> Invito Your Mod SMVCMW Inquiry Allamakee Hatchery Telephone No. 187 Postville, town FREE CHOICE POULTRY FEEDING FOR THESE BUSY FALL DAYS The FREE CHOICE method I* the most successful and efficient way of feeding for economical egg production. Arrange your feeder space aa follows: BIO GAIN POULTRY CONCENTRATE 36 inches Yellow Shelled Com 24 Inches Whole Oats -...24 inches Granite Grit 6 Inches Oyster Shells _ 6 Inches Save time and labor, just keep the feeders full, supply plenty of fresh, clean water, and the hens will do the rest. BIG GAIN 86% POULTRY CONCENTRATE Is available In mash or pellets. FRANK H. LAWSON Farm For Sale 200 acres, one mile north of Waukon, on Highway 13. Good pasture with running water. Bids may be left with either the Referee or Attorney. ELMER PIEPER, Referee, Waukon ARTHUR H. JACOBSON, Attorney for Referee, Waukon It, QUIZ PROGRAM NOTHING This is just money I saved by using FORD SERVICE!" Save Time, Save Trouble, Save Money, with GENUINE FORD SERVICE Wl fORD DIALERS KNOW FORDS IEST! RUCKDASCHEL MOTORS Telephone No. 152 POSTVITJJ3, IOWA

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