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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 4, 1938, Postville, Iowa Thursday August 4, 1038. Air and mrs. Edgar Riser and . We. G. Bulman drove Over the Spingler farm North of Waun inst sunday to. Extend their sym to to or. Spiegler in the loss of s wife who passed away last Friday ceased was a relative of or. Bul Jar. And mrs Laie Tagus mrs. E. C. Arston and mrs. Frances Williams Dolored to Walker sunday and ought the misses Elaine and Marilyn be Virginia Marston and Frances n Williams Home from a delightful a s sojourn at that popular girls no. Vehovc sold Holland Binder twine r seven years to hundreds of Satis-4 Farmer customers so this year we be re ordered Holland twine the Ine of no trouble no waste full rage or Over treated against in is highest Quality results count Eyer s four county hatchery. W. W. Brooks was a week end vis a in Cedar Falls taking his grand ugh Ter Betty Jean Brooks with she being met there by her fall Keith Brooks of Des Moines who of her Back to the Capitol City after visit Here in the Home of her grand rents at the r. R. Douglass Home. Clarence Dilcher was Here from cer Falls sunday visiting in the Home his sister mrs. Elmer Meyer and by. He was accompanied Home in evening by mrs. Lena Dilcher other of mrs. Meyer who had been re for several weeks visiting in the Eyer Home. On sunday last c. F. Meier shipped Enty head of Choice steers that he i been feeding on his farm South of Tville to the Chicago Market or. Accompanying the shipment Ich sold at the top Price. The Ani averaged 1219 pounds apiece and 7e a Fine Bunch of cattle. Illinois folks who had their car ranged at the Ruckdaschel Comer a a ago saturday when they ran the rear end of a truck finally on their Way again tuesday after ailing repair parts for their car. Ring which time they lived in their iter at the Kohlmann Grove. And mrs. Willis Blackwell who a the past six months have occupied 1 front Fiat Over the Kohlmann Bros thing store while or. Blackwell a Gisterek pharmacist was assisting at Douglass pharmacy left monday Orlowa City where Willis has secur a position in the University phar by. Ellow River is getting to be a regu Fisherman s Paradise at least so inks de f. Schroeder who has been in that Way twice recently and me Home each time with his limit of a Bess. Other Hook and line artists i frequently connect with some line out either the Rainbow or German own. Postville s zoological Garden was Day wrecked last sunday when embers of the Northeast Iowa wild a association came Here with a cd and took the Coons and baby Easan a to Waukon. The Fox Dens ail that now remain at the hard Home these animals being the irate property of or. Hardesty. Or. And mrs Glen Tindell Claris Cassilda and Lois Tindell were Millville sunday attending the Gol a wedding anniversary of his Par or. And mrs. Joe Tindell. Over Hundred guests very in attendance five different states. And it was first time in Twenty four years at the members of this family had 1 been together. Milda Waters Dorothy arid Nie or. And mrs. Kenneth Schultz.  Chas. Ohloff and Little Ann Kohl wed up to Rochester minn., Sun j to visit mrs. Edward Kohl of looming Prairie minn., who is in a Pital there making Good recovery m a recent surgical operation and petting to be Able to return to her be some time this week. Or. And mrs. Eldo Schultz and Eli s. Miss be mice Kuhse mrs. Rudy and Harold of Farmersburg it sunday in Dubuque with mrs. Staack and daughters Nora and Ilma and enjoyed a picnic dinner at Fie Point Park in Honor of miss no-5 birthday anniversary after which j inspected the new Federal dam blocks and the municipal swimming Cliff Hinman and daughter miss Een of Mondovi wis., were in Tville tuesday calling on his in and aunt or. And mrs. A. M. Can and greeting what few friends of Ong ago yet Are resident hero. A still in the jewelry business in 1 Home town having received his be in that line under the direct of w. J. Hanks. He has been at since last sunday visiting rela we. C. Meyer and son Milo  mrs. Alvin d. Meyer and mrs. Vid Meyer were Over at Prairie do wis., last sunday where they m the Day visiting in the or. And a Fred Schai a Home. The Scharas 1 de to be remembered to All Post relatives and friends. Also is at the Schara Home sunday or and mrs. Vic Schofield and Taj Harold and the Tetter s two a an of Milwaukee. Of. And mrs. Burr Cook returned a from a several Days Outing at Okoboji where they enjoyed fishing and gathered in Northern and Wall eyed Pike 1 Burr tells us do More tugging the line by considerable than a Yel a nver sucker. On the return journey were accompanied by mrs. Is Mother mrs. Gunda Martin i we a u pm Terson both of whom own enjoying a week s vacation a cottage of or. And mrs. C f. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Or. Drove Page five. And mrs. Lloyd f. Putnam to Gladbrook sunday where the latter remains to visit with Home folks this week while enjoying her vacation from her duties As Saleslady at the store of Luhman & Sanders. Lloyd returned the same evening and is enjoying his Bachelor Hood in his new Home in East Postville. Or. And mrs. Peter Ryken of Latti Mer Iowa were Over the week end visitors Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Fred Gordon and her brother Keith Gordon and family. The by kens also brought Back with them Kathleen Gordon the daughter of the Keith Gordons who had been spending a month in their Home. We were pleased on wednesday morning to Greet our old Friend j. W. Harris of route two Postville who had come up town with his brother. Sam. Will has had a Long hard siege of sickness and is still quite weak but in spite of it All he is mighty cheerful and glad of the Opportunity to get out once in a while to meet some of his Many friends. Postville s City water tank and Tower is getting a new coating of aluminium paint this week by workmen from the National tank maintenance co. Of Des Moines. The name Postville on the tank which was painted an Irish Green a year ago will also come in for a new style of lettering and will be painted a Brilliant Coal Black the reason Given being that coloured lettering fades too readily. We dropped across the Street monday Forenoon to Call on Hugh Shev Herd who was sitting in his wheel chair in the Shade near his Home surveying the work that had been done in his Vicinity of late in the matter of raising and laying new sidewalks and found him feeling quite cheerful Des Pite the fact that he has been unable to walk for Many months having Frac hired his hip in a fall on the icy walk Early last Winter. Harvey Krogman and miss Vivian Orr of Peoria 111., arrived in Postville last thursday on a Brief visit to his parents. Or. And mrs. Chas. Krogman. And Many friends. Harvey and his lady Friend were returning from vacation trip up in Northern Wisconsin where they had been Success us in Landing a goodly number of Bass and Pike and they also visited the Indian reservation at Menominee the Wisconsin dells and at Madison. They left sunday on the return journey to Peoria where Harvey still holds the responsible position of traffic manager for the chamber of Commerce he having to go Back to work again on monday of this week. Harvey is looking Fine and Dandy and is one four former Postville boys who is giving a Good account of himself. Thanks for a Friendly Call. American legion auxiliary has organization meeting the american legion auxiliary to Arthur f. Brandt Post no. 518, met wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. L. O. Koevenig with seventeen members and one visitor present. The newly elected officers were installed by mrs. Frances Williams and mrs. Harley Hills and mrs. L. O. Koevenig were named As delegates to attend the slate convention convening at Waterloo August 17 to 19. The auxiliary voted to sponsor an Alla Makee county health project and mrs. Martha Bulman mrs. Emma Livingood and mrs. Clara Schultz were appointed As a committee to cooperate with the county nurse. The annual picnic for members and their families will be held at the farm Home of mrs. Victor Williams sunday August 14, at six o clock p. M. The meeting closed with the Reading of an article on americanism by mrs. Stella Huebner. Military training Camp feeds its enrollees Well Luhman & Sanders grocery specials Augustt 5, 6 and 8 Sweet potatoes lb___6c cabbage lb.________3c head lettuce ge.__10c celery bunch______10c Bartlett pears Large per dozen _______29c grape fruit 5 for__25c Calif. Peaches Large per dozen _______29c Duchess apples 5 pounds for_____25c gallon fruits 32c 49c 49c 49c 59c 17c prunes peaches apricots pears red cherries tuna Mayflower Salmon 2 cans for________29c chocolate Cream Coffee per lb_____29c Libby Tomato Juke 2 cans for________15c pork & Beans 50 ounce can_____15c Mason Jar Caps per dozen_______21c Kerr lids Doz------11c Curtiss Candy bars ________10c for salad dressing quart jar________35c Koo roasted Coffee per pound_______26c Rice or Beans 4 lbs._25c Ball Mason jars per Doz._________69c Mayflower peas 2 cans for,________25c Cream style Corn 3 cans for________29c Hershey cocoa_____9c Jack Sprat cake flour___________23c Kraft cheese 2 jbs._47c Macaroni 2 ten cent pkg. For________15c egg noodles age. Pkg. For_________14c be Cane sugar 25 la. Bag______$1.33 or. And mrs. A. J. Palas and Fritz were Over at Lansing last sunday observing the Birds along the Mississippi River. Postville friends of or. And mrs. A r. Marsh who occupy a Small farm near Mcgregor will regret to learn of their misfortune last thursday afternoon while threshing operations were in Progress at their place. The Straw was being blown in the barn by the threshing machine and in some manner caught fire destroying not Only the barn but the poultry House As Well and entailing a loss estimated at $2,000. The threshing machine also caught fire but the flames were extinguished before much damage was done to it. Five Rabid Postville White sox fans Louis Kascht. Earl Gray Ralph la Velle Jack Bush and Stanley Schroeder hoping to see the sox Knock the socks off the new York Yankees in a double header game at Chicago last sunday motored into the Windy City in the rain last saturday night Only to see the sox drop a pair to the team from Al Smith s Home town the first by a 5 to 1 score and the second a 15-inning contest by the score of 7 to 3, after which they motored Home thru about 100 Miles of fog and arrived Here at 3 30 monday morning. Elmer Meyer the cheerful Carrier of Rural route no. 1. Postville has been wearing the smile of a Champion and a hero since last thursday afternoon when he and his can of Angl Worms and Oiler fishing paraphernalia journeyed Down into the Jungles of yellow River and pulled into town just before supper time with two of the finest Trout Ever brought into Postville measuring 12 and 17 inches respectively. One was a Rainbow and the other a German Brown and fat says it s just As much fun eating them As catching them. Californians Are wondering what s lie matter with Iowa summer weather this year. A letter from Gilbert Brandt of Redding. Calif., asks Why did not the Postville Herald state anything about Iowa s usual july heat Well Gilbert we just Haven t had anything but the pleasant moderate temperatures this summer in the 80 s during the daytime and quilts and blankets Are comfortable at night time. Gilbert sends along a clipping from the Redding paper which records the weather for the week of july Fel to 27. They had three successive Days of record breaking heat when the Mercury cared to 113, 111 and 111 degrees with lowest temperature for the three Days at 82. And that s warm enough for anybody. It will be recalled that some time ago the Herald reported the fact that or. And mrs. Lester Vogt of Elkader sent a radio broadcast from Berlin Germany to a group of relatives in Clayton county informing them of their Safe arrival at that port the message being Given out by the station announcer. However tuesday evening last or. And mrs. Arthur schultz1 and family of Postville and or. And mrs. Emil Aulerich and family of to Nona assembled at the farm Home of or. And mrs. Harvey Schultz Northeast of this City where at ten o clock they received a message by Short Waves from or. And mrs. Vogt in Berlin stating they were feeling Fine and having a wonderful time this message coming direct from or. Vot and his voice sounded As Clear and natural As if he had been in the room at the Schultz Home. Or. Vogt is a brother of mrs. Harvey Schultz and the Vogts expect to Start Back to America about August 23 for their Home in Elkader. When we returned to the office from dinner last saturday noon we thought sure that Christmas was coming and that an agent of Santa Claus had parked in front of the Herald office with a Sample of his 1938 Christmas Trees. However on nearer approach we discovered that it was a stalk of Corn on the Side of an Auto that Loy Gephart had brought in from the we. Everman farm Southwest of Postville that proved conclusively that Iowa is still the state where the tall Corn this particular stalk of Corn was raised from Home grown seed and was not of the hybrid variety. The stalk had been Cut off at the top of the ground and towered thirteen feet and four inches toward the stars it was Tasse led out and contained three robust ears in different stages of development and we could t reach the lowest ear without climbing up on the Hurricane deck of a chair. The exhibit attracted considerable attention during the afternoon and most everybody was of the opinion step ladders would have to be used when it came to husking time. As Postville has a number of boys at the military training Camp at the fort Des Moines army Post Home folks will be interested in knowing that they Are Well fed seven Days a week. Mess sergeant e. Miller is the Man who can really quote facts and figures. About that old phrase enough to feed an he is in charge of food supplies for the 929 students and 84 enlisted men of the citizens military training Camp at fort Des Moines army Post. Miller asserts he prepares literally truckloads of grub for the c. M. T. C. Boys. For instance 700 pounds of potatoes and 900 pounds of meat will hold the boys for two meals. They drink 1,087 bottles of milk per Day and consume Coffee made from 25 pounds of ground Beans. One thousand assorted boxes of cereals Are consumed at a single breakfast and it takes five Gallons of French dressing for the Noonday salad. On one sunday Miller declares the boys ate 1,004 pounds of Chicken for dinner. He orders Citrus fruits and fresh vegetables in dozen Case lots. Food experts plan All meals carefully to preserve Correct balance Between protein carbohydrate and fats As Well As Vitamin Content. Army officials declared the a Mac boys gain Between four and 15 pounds during their stay in Camp. Medical a officers Lay it to regular hours out door life plenty of exercise eight hours sleep a Day diversified recreation and food. Purina dealers All Over the United states cooperating in the Pullet program improved flocks and higher poultry profits Are expected this fall. Purina feed dealers Are now accepting culls from the flocks of poultry men for Trade in value on Rowena a Complete balanced growing feed that builds Strong vigorous pullets. Poultry owners who Are interested in getting a High producing flock of healthy Young layers this fall should cull out the non producers in their flocks take them to the local Purina dealer and Trade them in. One cull can be exchanged for enough growing Mash to build two profitable pullets. Council proceedings special meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa held at the Council Chambers monday evening August 1, 1938. Present c. C. Sander mayor h. D. Cole John a. Schroeder Earl Abernethy Fred j. Miller and Fred c. Ruckdaschel councilmen l. A Walter Engineer. Call of special meeting read which was to prepare a plat and schedule of proposed paving program. On motion Council adjourned. A. C. Webster town clerk. C. C. Sander mayor. August fur Sale at four county hatchery to Swap feed for non layers one cull will pay for two Good pullets an unusual statement but a very True one according to a Trade in plan now in effect at the four county hatchery. Culls in the flock do More harm than Good advises a. C. Meyer the proprietor and eat up the profits from Birds that Are producing As Well As bringing Down the flock average. The removing of the culls from the flock now will keep these losses Down to a Mimi num. Trading them in for growing Mash to feed the Young pullets following a new plan worked up by poultry specialists of Purina Mills one cull can now be made to pay for two Good pullets. The plan is a simple one and with Neilly ready to Wear store tuesday August 9 now is the smart time to Purchase a new fur coat see Marshall & Swift s display of the latest style highest Quality fur Coats prices Are much lower you will be surprised at the great savings in a Purchase during this Sale. Convenient payment plans. Here on the Faryn we Are cutting Ell of the benefits of City refrigeration with our Kero Eno Servel electro Lux. It raves work. Wives Money yet la silent and never wears . P. A. Peterson York Nebraska. Louis heating hardware plumbing

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