Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 11, 1936 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 11, 1936
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TIIUHSDAV, JUNE 11, 1930. Folks llcrcstlnff Flics Postville Were Doing 25 Years Ago ; Items Taken From Tho of tho Iowa Volksblatt of June 10, 1911. -AGE THREE. /" --»« ^ I With the Churches | 1 ^"^'2'™T m " """" »* R. Herman Rose had o bJg barn raising K ni his farm today. Co. B-5 of the U. S. Artillery will icnmp at Postville, June 24 and 25. About 1000 persons attended the iddteliows picnic at Forest Mills on ednesday. Ralph Piescott has been appointed Bstmoster nt LeRoy, Minn., at $1400 nnuat salary. Wm. Kostman believes in keeping ) with the times, so ho has bought n automobile. A baby girl was born to Mr. and K rs , John Hammond on Henderson •airie Friday. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Irs. Henry Dickman at Garnavillo B^t Wednesday. Ettie R. Harley has been engaged as rincipnl of our school and Violet [arston as assistant principal. Bessie Burnham won the scholar- iip in high school this year, with eRoy Chamberlain as second highest. Very little sweet corn has been Banted here this spring and the out- ftok for a profitable year at our K .00O canning factory is discourag- Evangelist Ely J. Forsytho will hold Inion tent meetings here for one lonth, starting June 23. A tent with seating capacity of 1000 will be (reeled on the school grounds. _0ver 5000 people paid to see Goll- Jiar Bros, circus yesterday and Post- ille business houses had a big rush _f sales. The circus performances •ere wonderful and everyone praised |he managers for the courteous treat- ient the visitors received. | Mr. and Mrs. Henry Luhman were i Lime Springs Saturday to be preset at the wedding of their son, Fred, ) Miss Vera Beatrice Burns, daughter [Mr. and Mrs. Frank Burns of Lime Springs. The young couple will pake its home in Postville. At the meeting of the Postville CM ins Association Friday evening, it as decided to get a park for Post (ille. The secretary was instructed to jet prices on various tracts suitable lor such purposes, including a three- Bcre tract of the Bachtelt property in Bast Postville. The town council has passed Ordinance No. 158, which "regulates the •peed and manner of operation of mo •or vehicles." The maximum speed EG the town of Postville is established it "not to exceed one mile in six min B tes in closely built up portions of le town—elsewhere 1 mile in 4 min- ites." THE COMMUNITY PRESBYTERIAN CHURCH, TOSTVILLE Franklin Galloway, Pastor Morning Worship 10:15 a, m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. On Sunday evening at the usual hour the regular monthly Church Night service will bo held, and an unusually interesting program has been arranged. Come early and bring your sandwiches, and onjoy a social season before the service begins. U. B. CHURCH NOTES L. E. Crippen, Pastor Castalia Morning Worship 9:30 a. m. Sunday School 10:30 a. m. Forest Mills Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Morning Worship 11:00 a. m. Postville Sunday School 10:00 a. m. Children's Day program with special offerings for Benevolences 8:00 p. m. ST. PAUL'S LUTHERAN CHURCH R. B. Garten, Tastor piBLE CONFERENCE AT CEDAR FALLS STARTS ON JULY 26TII Cedar Falls, Iowa.—(Special)—Out ^landing leaders in various religious ields have been, secured as speakers [or the fifteenth annual Cedar Falls nterdenomi national Bible conference 0 be held at River-view Park in Cedar : alls, July 20 through August 2. Dr. Ivan Lee Holt, pastor of St. 'ohn's M. E. Church, South, of St •wis. Mo., and president of the Federm Council of Churches, will headline Bjie week's program. Dr. George Mecklenburg, pastor of f = Wesley Methodist Episcopal urch, Minneapolis, Minn., will deliv 1 several forceful addresses. Dr. toklenhurg gained a wide reputa- ion when he unhesitatingly tackled Unemployment relief in his Minneap­ olis church, a project which was later ton over by the federal government !e is a world traveler. Other noted speakers include Rev. itus Lowe, Bishop of the Portland, Pregon, area of the Methodist Episcopal church, who has served many ears as'a missionary in India; Dr. ^ W. Palmer, dean of the Chicago Seminary; Dr. Frank Bible, Chicago, ecretary of the 'Presbyterian foreign B ^rd; Dr, E. G. Homrighausen, pas- B °r of the Carroll ton Ave. Reformed •orach in Indianapolis; Frank Ebbert, •*» Angeles, field representative for Methodist Episcopal: temperance Board; and Harry Terrell, Des Moines, •welary of the national, council for (he prevention of war. The Cedar Falls Bible Conference as one of the foremost of Us in the Middle West. Each year 1 attracts many hundreds of pastors °d church workers from all sections * Iowa and from Illinois, Wisconsin, B "«nesota, South Dakota, Nebraska nnd other nearby states. It is one of the very few conferences •"'he United States which does not Wuire a registration fee. All ses pn s arc open to the public. Cot 'ages and camp sites in River- f *w Park will afford ample accom options for those- attending the "terence. I After a 2-year fight'bjfWOI,broad- ™ng station of Iowa State College, wense has been renewed and it laoii« aintain its P re s«it power and J "Uties as an educational broadcast- irmv °"' A Missouri station had Wed for a part of "WOI 's facilities •an -O^cks need shade as well as sun- Sunday, June 14 (First Sunday after Trinity) 9:15 a. m.—Church School. 10:30 a. m.—Public worship, service in English. The sacrament of holy baptism will be administered at this service. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday, June 16, 17 and 18. the Wartburg Synod of the Evangelical Lutheran church will meet in Steeleville, 111., for its annual convention. The pastor expects to be in attendance. WANT-ADS Want Ad 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 rales 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. For Sale—Riding Corn Plow. Wm. Moll, Postville.—31tfc Get your shoes repaired while you wait, at Woar-U-Well Shoe Shop. We deliver ice. Leave your orders at Meyer's Hatchery, Postville.—28tfc For Sale—Registered Holstcin bull; good production record. Aug. Schultz & Son, Postville.—31tfc For Sale—Two-year-old Shetland pony, broke to ride. Inquire of Wm. Foels or Albert Ellingson, Ridgeway, Iowa.—32p For Sale—Small piano, latest style. In Postville. Will sell $6 per month. Piano Finance Co., Box 32, Mason City, Iowa.—32p \ Wanted—Man, to operate good paying business. Small amount of capital required. ' For information write R. L. Hangartner, Waukon, Iowa.—33p Contractors and Investors—Just listed 12 good lots, fine residential district Postville. Sell or trade, one or all. Grethers Exchange, Elgin, Iowa. Best Fly Spray, 60 cents per gollon. C. M. Morgan, Veterinarian, Postville. For Sale—Three John Deere two- row corn cultivators. Postville Lumber Co.—29c Christian Science Churches "God the Preserver of Man" will be the subject of the Lesson-Sermon in all Churches of Christ, Scientist, on Sunday, June 14. The Golden Text is from Isaiah 41:10, "Fear thou not; for I am with thee: be not dismayed; for I am thy C^od: I will strengthen thee; yea, 1 will help thee; yea, I will uphold thee with the right hand of my righteousness." The Lesson-Sermon comprises quo tations from the Bible and from the Christian Science textbook, "Science and Health with Key to xhe Scrip tures" by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations reads "For the Lord thy God hath blesse thee in all the works of thy hand: h- knoweth thy walking through thh great wilderness: these forty year: the Lord thy God hath been with thee; thou hast lacked nothing" (Deut. 2:7). Among the selections from the Christian Science textbook is the fo! lowing: "Divine Love always has met and always will meet every human need." "There Is today danger of re peating the offense of the Jews b> limiting the Holy One of Israel and asking: 'Can God furnish a table in the wilderness?' What cannot God do!" (pgs. 494 and 135). They report that Fritz Pierce, game warden, recently received a telephone call from a local young mother, says the Algona Upper Des Moines, who stated that she was going to have a party for her little son, and wanted to know what games he would suggest. m RUNNING WATER FOR THE FARM HOME Y OU can double your home comfort and enjoyment by providing running water and modern plumbing. A concrete septic tank will dispose of all human and household wastes and protect your drinking water against contamination. A wise investment in health and happiness! A booklet that gives complete construction details for concrete septic tanks and well protection is yours for the asking. Also booklets showing how to bvild other concrete improvements needed on the modern farm. You can do concrete work yourself. Or ask your cement dealer to recommend a good concrete contractor. . Rute llat oo po«t»t and null for btt literature'on lubjecti checked. PORUAND'CEMEIIIT AFS^^TTON 408 Hubbell Bids., Dei Moinei, Iowa • "Guard Hit HetHh with a Con- orofs Septlo Ttnk" • Bars Floora • Foundation! 0 Feeding Floors • Poultry Kotuea • Milk Hoiuea • Storage Cellara • 81loa • Home Improvement! • Fireproof Home* • Concrete Making. For Sale—Home grown strawberries. Otto Appel, Telephone No. 21-X, Postville.—32p For Sale—A 1936 R. C. A. Victor G volt battery radio. Hear and see it at The Palm.—26c For Sale—All kinds of vegetable and flower plants. Reasonable prices. Mrs. D. Meyer, Postville.—29c For Sale—Choice Milking Shorthorn Bull of serviceable age. Also some Bull Calves. Maplewood Farms, E. W. and K. M. Green, Castalia, Iowa.—32-p 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 The party is known who picked up my pocket book which I lost last Thursday night between Schroeder's Grocery Store and Sanders Style Shop. It contained two five dollar bills and about $1.00 in-change. Return at once and avoid further trouble. Mrs. Maude T. Gass.—32p For Sale—Threshing outat, 26x46 Wood Bros, steel roller-bearing machine; 16-30 Burnley tractor, very good running order, including drive belt, priced low for quick sale; two-plow Rock Island tractor with plow, $165.00; New Oliver tractors at a little less than elsewhere; new Wood Bros, threshers; 10-20 McCormick-Deering tractor; also Farmall; horses, young team of blacks. Frank Vsetecka, Fort Atkinson, Iowa. THE ARMAMENTS INCREASE AS WORLD PRAYS FOR PEACE The largest peace time naval appropriation in the, history of this country passed the House of Representatives recently. Its ready passage is predicted in the Senate. It calls for an appropriation of $531,000,000. Great Britain has announced the largest naval program since the World War. Thirty-eight new warships will be built, Japan recently arranged for the largest military budget in her history; $669,000,000 was voted for this purpose. A good grade of hay fed to cows on short pasture will help maintain the milk flow. S3 1 To The Public- We hereby announce the opening of our new Plumbing, Heating and Tinshop 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 reasonable prices. On this 1 basis we solicit a share of your patronage. GUS MILLER Plumbing — Heating —Tinwork — Repairing Located in the Basement of the Louis F. Schroeder Building low costs mean greater savings low costs mean greater pleasure is the most economical car to own FOR ECONOMICAL TRANSPORTATION In all your investments— watch costs! In all your pleasures— watch costs! Keep them low and you will keep' savings and satisfaction high! Owners will-tell-you that the new Chevrolet for 1936 is the most economical of all motor cars. It costs less to buy. It costs less to operate. It costs less to maintain over a period of months or years. And, in addition to giving you economy without equal, this new Chevrolet will also give you enjoyment without equal, because it's the only complete low-priced car! It alone brings you the safer, quicker, smoother stopping- power of New Perfected Hydraulic Brakes, and the maximum overhead protection of a Solid Steel one-piece Turret Top. It alone brings you the unequaled gliding smoothness of the famous Knee-Action Ride*. It alone brings you the more healthful comfort of Genuine Fisher- No Draft Ventilation—the greater driving comfort of Shockproof Steering*. And it alone brings you the combined performance and economy advantages of a High-Compression Valve-in-Head Engine—all at Chevrolet's remarkably low prices! You'll thank your own good judgment for buying a Chevrolet, because it gives more for less, and that is the secret of all wise investment and all wise pleasure. See your Chevrolet dealer— today! CHEVROLET MOTOR COMPANY, DETROIT, MICHIGAN NEW PERFECTED HYDRAULIC BRAKES (Double-Actlng, Self-Articulating), the safest and smoothest brakes ever developed • SOLID STEEL ONE-PIECE TURRET TOP, a crown of beauty, a fortress of safety • IMPROVED GLIDING KNEE-ACTION RIDE*, the smoothest, safest ride of all • ' GENUINE FISHER NO DRAFT VENTILATION in New Turret Top Bodies, the most beautiful and comfortable bodies ever created for a low-priced car • HIGH-COMPRESSION VALVE-IN HEAD ENGINE, gi'Wng even better performance with even less gas and oil SHOCKPROOF STEERING*, making driving easier and safer than ever before ALL THESE FEATURES AT CHEVROLET'S LOW PRICES <£ A /\ pf AND UP* List price of New Standard Coupe at Flint, Michigan. Wish bumpers, spare tin and tim lock* /Mj\*M ^""^^ thelist price is $20 additional* *Knee~Actioa an Master Models only, $20 additional. Prices quoted in this JL - advertisement are list at Flint, Michigah t and subject to dtange without notice, A General Motors Valuer •GENERAL MOTORS INSTALLMENT PLAN—MONTHLY PAYMENTS TO SUIT YOUR PURSE CHEVROLET JOHN FALB & SONS ELGIN, IOWA FALB MOTOR GO. POSTVILLE, IOWA

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