Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 27, 1948 · Page 9
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 9

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 27, 1948
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IDNBSBA*. OOTOMtK W. ltW, THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE Nnnc W* *u tfh* mi Ad B»te»—10cents per Unfe; Turn charge 30c per week, if gSimum charge JjiOc. |P 8 come to thii office, are 50c fweek minimum charge. cial Announcements oCIAL—There will be • Halten program and box aocial -day evening. October 08, at i Grove School. Everybody oroe . Teacher. Bernice Brain- CIAL—There will be a pro- and social Monday night, I mber 1. at. Water* School iow No. 9, at 8:00 o'clock. Ev- ne welcome. Teacher, Mrs. Reincke. ^P„„BB AND AUCTION BA- LV -The Ladies' Aid of the \t B church of Castalia will a dinner and auction bazaar he church basement Tuesday, Umber 2. Serving will start 11 :30. r gale—Miscellaneous aw is the time to buy Family k Egg Mash, $4.40. Meyer's r .County Hatchery. Postville. For Sale—Agricultural lime and crushed rock. L. J. Meyer, Castalia. lp. For Sale—1037 Chevrolet, good rubber, heater and fan; excellent running order. Mike Thiel, Castalia. Sip. For Sale—200 Acre Farm two miles from Clermont. Soil in high state of fertility, building in fair condition, wired for R. E. A. Over 100 acres of plow land. $50 per acre. See Stanton Halvorson, Clermont. 52p. For Sale—G. I. Corn Picker, one year old. Available after October 28. LeRoy Brink, Phone Clermont 3-F-4, Postville; 52p. For Sale—Three piece girl's snow suit set, red, size 3. Mrs. Lester Hoth, Luana. 62p. For Sale—Small tract containing 63/100 of an acre adjoining Postville on the south suitable for dividing into building lots. See Burling St Palas, or Joseph B. Steele, Referee, Wilhelmina Gass Estate. SOtfc. iFor Sale—65 piece set of new dishes in original packages. Our Bush and Gerts piano, good tone and good condition. Mrs. S. C. Baily, Postville^ 51p. For Sale—Four room house in Castalia owned by Mrs. Carrie Schaffer of Fayette. For particulars contact C. L. Albright. Castalia. 48tfc. For Sale—Course and flne gravel; also sand. We deliver. Harold Bennett, Phone 35R3, Clermont, tfc. Wanted — Girl or woman as roomer. Call 95-J, Postville. 52p. For Sale—Corn cribs. John L. Gregg and Sons Lumber. Postville. tfc. For Sale — Hog waterers, hog feeders, corn cribbing. John L. Gregg and Sons Lumber, Postville.' 42tfc. Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa.—tfc. f r sale—Junger twin burner heater; also 30 gallon Sun- Automatic Water Heater only three months, good. $50 each. Bob Sebastian, |ne 37, Luana. 32p. ( it Sale—9x13 rug, three dif- nt shades of green, good con- in. Mrs. John Gregg, Post- 52c. \>x Sale—1940 Chevrolet t\/o ' with radio and heater; good very clean and winterized. Harris Kjosa, Clermont. 62p. For Sale—Marlow Hinman pure gum rubber inflation to fit Hinman milkers. Have on display Wilson milk cooler, Wilson deep freezers from 8 ft. and up. Also have new and used milkers. See them at the Relnhardt Case Implement, Postville, or see or call Lawrence Block, phone 7-F-17, Postville—tfc. |or Sate — Giblets, while they Meyer"s Four-County Hatch- Postville. 52c for Sale — John Deere Corn feer No. 10. Leo G. Dreier. fcne 40-F-61, Postville. 52p. ! or Sale—Norge 4tt foot re- erator, good running order, ling to buy larger box. Alii Lubke, Postville. 52p. for Sale—Gas, combination coal 1 wood stove, good condition, tnn Letchford, FrankviUe. lp. tofessional Directory Joieph B. Steele ATTORNEY-AT-LAW |0Sice Over Abernethy's 8tore Telephone No. 240 Burling & Palas ATTORNEYS-AT-LAW lice Over Postville State Bank |H. T. OPSAHL CHIROPRACTOR Office Over Abernethy's .Hours: 10 to 12 and 1 to < , liaUya, Wednesday* Fridayi | [LOUIS SCHUTTE UtD SCHUTTE 1 Directors 4k t Ftawm Per All For Sale—Four wheel trailer. Call 95-J, Postville. 52p. For Sale—Livestock For Sale—Two purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, one a spring boar and the other one year old. Alvin Thoreson, Postville. 51p. For Sate—Spotted Poland China Stock Hogs, weight 325 pounds; also McCormick-Deering six row shredder. Leo Berns, Postville. 51c. For 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. 50tfe. For Sale — Twenty purebred Poland China Boars, cholera immune. Fred Miene, Luana. 48t£c. For Sale—Stockers and Feeding Cattle arriving ready for sale Thursday morning, October 7. One load of good choice Hereford calves, 380 to 425 pounds; 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 1J-F-11, Sumner. SOltc. For Sale—Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, extra good quality. Leioy Fools, Ave and one-half miles southwest o( Luana, 48tfc. For s a i e purebred Chester White Boars, low down, easy feeders, cholera immune. Moon and Kruse, Monona. 47tfc For Sale —Purebred Duroc Jersey stock hogs, cholera immune. R W. Bernhard, McGregor; farm near Junction Highways "and 52. .F.W.Kiesau,MJ>. r.M.F.Kiesan,MJ). *t mr Loals Sefcutta • Saw n-BaUyttoliuait** .J*** Friday attwMMM. |P* aa< Bat-7 to Mtp. a. For Sale - Forty choice Duroc Boars. Emil Lembke, one mile •outh and one mile .east of Luana •chool on rock road. *™ e - p. L. R. TAPPAN Optometrist i r«d enlraal Bjv Can Phon* M BUADEK, IOWA H. D. COLE Dentist IP* Orer CltUens Stale Myers, M. D. Over H «tbjMr*i Telephonea: •W-W kMiiaMatkVSI ^F.Schneidi VlT BKINAUAJf 'bbnikattr* For Sale—Real Estate For Sale —Have several desirable residences and building lota in Postville. Also investment opportunities in farm lands. W. M. Burling, Realtor. Dance MATTER 'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa Sat, Oct. 30 — Mode By — LES HARTMANN AND HIS FAMOUS Iowa Conhvaken LONG DISTANCE MOVING: also Power Winch Service. Winneshiek Motor Terminal, A. M. Finck, Decorah, Iowa. Phone day or night No. 620—tfc. Wanted Lost and Found. MOTORS—I do all kinds of motor repairing, rewinding and reconditioning. J. F. Hart, at the Electric Motor Shop, telephone 272, Postville, Iowa.—Otfc. Lost a Key?—Have one made while you wait, at Western Auto Associate Store, Postville.—ltfc. Miscellaneous We carry a complete stock of New Idea Corn Picker parts. Also have on hand New Idea Hay Loaders and Side Rakes. Reinhardt Implement, Postville. 52c. MONUMENTS AND MARKERS OF QUALITY — LOWER PRICES. ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. 46tfc. 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. Place your order now for corncribs, hog houses, laying houses, garages. Meyer's Four County Hatchery, 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 Sunday dinner. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Postville.—27tfc. For Sale—-1939 Ford DeLuxe 2- door Ford with radio and heater. Very clean. Duane Lammert, Postville. 52p. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING — REMEMBER GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. tfc. Notice — Highest market prices for your junk. Call Steve Szabo tt Sons, Castalia, and give us your full name.—lOtfc. Get your wedding announcements and wedding invitations at the Herald office. 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. Cards of Thanks THANKS—I wish to take this opportunity, to thank my. many friends and relatives for their gifts, cards, visits, flowers and remembrances during the time I was a patient at the Postville Hospital. All were deeply appreciated. Mrs. Keith Gray. 52c. THANK YOU—We wish to take this opportunity to thank our friends and neighbors for their kind remembrances shown us during our recent bereavement in the loss of our father. All of these kind acts were received with deepest appreciation. Mrs. Lawrence Martin and Egbert Ewing. 52p. THANK YOU—I wish to thank the many friends and neighbors for their flowers, gifts and cards sent me during my stay in the Postville Hospital, All of these acts of kindness were greatly appreciated. Sonny Schultz. 52p. .... i / What goes on here? Referee makes first down-or did be really just miss it? field judge blocks out the nearest tackler-or was it draping? If the officials call 'em—and play too—what kind or • game is that? You wouldn't stand for that sort of thing on a football field-but it happens every day in the electric light and power business. Government not only regulates the electric companies—but is in competition with them at the same timet The catch is that government sets up two different sets of rules. The government's electric agencies pay little or no interest on the money they borrow, and pay no Federal taxes —but electric companies do, and expect to. When govenv ment-in-the-power-business can't male ends meet—it gets a handout of tax money from the U. S. Treasury. Who foots the bill? American taxpayers—of which you are one. If government can get into the light and power business this way-it can get into any other business the same way. In sixty-odd yean, the self-supporting electric companies have built for America the most and the best electric service in the world. While costs of everything; else are way up (including the costs of making and delivering electricity) electric service is still the best bargain in the American family's budget. . . it does so much, and costs so little. This is a good record for the thousands of people who work in power companies, and for the millions of people who invest savings in them. Don't you think these men and women deserve a fair break? The answer is yours to make, for government money is your money. 5** Jf jJntt -nMv Pineal Compum/ Remember When-? Twenty-Five Years Ago. Interesting Items From the Files of the Postville Herald of, November 1, 1923 , , p -. — A. C. Harris husked four 'and eight-ninths acres of corn in six hours on Wednesday, which was certainly going some. You are hereby notified that the alarm in ease of fire will be sounded with the new Biren hereafter—the use of the bell being discontinued and only used for water signals and on fire department meeting nights. George W. Fay, Mayor. A. L. Peterson now holds the "world's record" at the Postville golf links, having one day recently made the nine holes in 37 flat, and had two score keepers with him when the record was made. Fifty Years Ago. Interesting Items From the Files of "The Graphic" published In Postville, November 4, 1898 VOTE FOR Mort C. Deering Republican Candidate For SUPERVISOR Term Beginning January 1,1949 Allamakee County at the General Election, November 2 YOUR SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED Another hallowe'en has passed by and we are glad to report very little mischief done. Buggies were placed on tops of the two local churches which is about all the pranks brought to our attention. Charles Schultz, who lives on the old F. Thoma farm, lost 96 hogs this week, cholera being the cause. The wife of harnessmaker Robert G. Stintzi and their two children arrived here Tuesday from Tomahawk, Wisconsin, to make their future home. Thieves entered the West Union post office last Thursday night and made away with $200 worth of stamps and $65 in cash. U. S. detectives are working on the case. SALESMEN WANTED Can use several salesmen selling direct to farmers in this territory. Most complete line on the market. Old, experienced, high rated Company. Exceptionally good business now. Working on commission basis. Write Sales Manager, Box 119, Cresco, Iowa. Keith E. Bigelow Republican Candidate For County Auditor Allamakee County General Election, Tuesday, November 2 Veteran of World War II Qualified By Experience YOUR VOTE WILL BE APPRECIATED YOUR VOTE FOR Lillian Meierkord Republican Candidate For County Recorder Will Be Appreciated Very Much Be Sure To Vote November 2 Farmers, Small Businessmen, Everyone! Compare* Senator George A. Wilson's record in Congress with his opponents. Percentage of Number of Roll Calls while in CoagNtt on which no answer or vote is recorded tr% ts% WhwMM ittnatof WU MB'S principal oot&flwBaM bav* bMft is AgrlcvlfcB*, AppropriaOocM. and Am 1 in Cmgnm taOmd ty rotm on it taw i i pficritoa biOn, Th» Cengf wrloncd BncosJ thewn 54 **m on AqdcnBwfal hflta and HHMiidnwini durina gancnor WOsan's S fm H» wan p*«Mat and voted an tt of at* ft bilk. A A IIA|||*HI Senator Wilson, with his seniority, undoubtedly will be Chair* wVllSIUer. nua of pow^fai SENATE AGRICULTURE COMMITTEE, it reelected. Whereas, bis opponent, without seniority, would have little standing even if appointed to this committee. Valuate: This Means Much to Iowa Chairman. American Small Business Organization writes: "Sen* ator Wilson, more than most other members of Senate, has shown active interest in problems of small business. We commend him for statesmanlike stand on what are regarded as con* troversial issues which certain other senators have straddled or evaded entirely." Vote: Senator Geo. A. Wilson back to U. S. Senate RopuMcM Slob* Cowknl GesMnilisw

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