Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
10 Jan 1940

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10 Jan 1940

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1940, Postville, Iowa Wednesday january 10, 1940. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa Page three. What Portville folks were doing 25 years ago interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of Friday Jan. 15, 1915. A daughter was born to councilman and mrs. Hale burling wednesday. Harry Orr has been appointed noun la Engineer at a salary of $1,500 per year. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Win. Buddenburg near Castalia tuesday. Or. And mrs Elmer Weihe have baby girl at their Home since last wednesday. All Postville stores Are having their annual clearance sales with Many buy ers coming to town daily for the bar gains. Invitations Are in the mails for the wedding of Alma Schroeder to Albert Gulsvig which will occur next wednesday. Lawrence Welzel sold 65 pigs on the local Market last week that averaged 202 pounds and for which he was paid $7.30 per Hundred. Or. F. A Kelsau is now located in Postville having taken up office quarters in the Louis Koenig building opposite Luhman & Sanders. The winning of Barbara Worth production at Turner Hall attracted a Large audience monday night. Receipts amounted to $207.00. Rev. E. Schmidt informs us he in Nave stantly omitted the names of a thur Behrens and c. W. Meier in the list of officers elected by the German lutheran Church last week. Louis Thoma and Melinda Meier had a narrow escape sunday while out for a Cutter ride when their horse ran away and threw the occupants of the Sleigh into a Snow Bank. The singers mask Ball was attended by 230 persons saturday night. Prizes went to Luver c. Schultz for the Best masked gentleman Bertha Schweinefus for Best masked lady Fred Meyer comic gent and Lizzie Schweinefus. Comic lady. A. R. Prescott 81 year old former Postville resident passed away thursday at the Home of his daughter Sarah Peret in Sheridan Wyoming. Funeral services were conducted Here at the congregational Church sunday afternoon. After serving in the civil War or. Prescott became a hardware dealer Here and served As postmaster for eight years. He was an officer of the congregational Church for 40 years and left Here in 1910 for Wyoming. Applications wanted applications for the position of janitor of the new court House will be received by the Board of super visors. It will be necessary for the applicant to have a general knowledge of modern heating equipment electrical work and mechanical ability As Well As some knowledge of general work performed by the custodian of a building of this Type. The applicant will state his qualifications and salary expected. The appointment will not necessarily be made on the basis of salary expected but natural intelligence experience and training will be Given serious consideration. All former applications on file with the county auditor or Board of supervisors Are hereby cancelled and it will be necessary for the applicant to re file. All applications must be filed in the county auditor s office before 5 o clock p. January 20, 1940. Application Blanks must be secured at the county auditor s office. The Board reserves the right to reject any and All applications and bids. Board of supervisors Alla Makee county Iowa by John h. Palmer county auditor. Helping finns. Tractors manufactured in Waterloo Iowa Are now a part of the finn army s mechanized units. Purchased for peaceful farm purposes the tractors were taken Over by the. Finnish government. New business. Two Young Arnold s Park citizens b. Shuck and Ralph Watson have invented and Are now manufacturing an automobile Frost it is made of cellophane plus a patented substance like glue used to fasten it to the Windshield. Paul s lutheran Church Frederick r. Lute mfg pastor the ladies Aid society will hold its monthly meeting at the Parish Hall thursday afternoon. The choir will rehearse thursday evening at 7 30 above Schutte furniture store. The class in Christian instruction will meet saturday morning at 9 00. The Junior choir will rehearse saturday afternoon at 1 30 at the Parish Hall. The Church school will meet at the Church sunday morning at 9 15. On the Mountain and in the Valley is the subject of the Sermon at 10 30 sunday morning. Special music will include Ambrose s of come to my heart lord Jesus by the senior choir and Wolley s to still by mrs. Victor Walter. The annual meeting of the congregation will be held sunday afternoon at two o clock in the Church Parish Hall. The meeting itself will be preceded by a picnic dinner in the Parish Hall dining room. The lord s supper will be administered sunday morning january 21, and again at a special communion service that same evening at 7 30. Sunday school officers. The following sunday school officers were elected for 1940 at the annual meeting held recently superintendent Frank rounds assistant superintendents will Hein and mrs. De Nelson Secretary Ralinda Lammert assistant secretaries mrs. R. C. Huebner and Shirley Huebner treasurer mrs. De Nelson corresponding Secretary mrs. Aug. Miller pianist Eunice Kugel assistant pianist Gerald Schroeder librarian Viola Duwe asst. Librarian Esther Meyer. Primary department superintendent mrs. Aug. Miller assistant superintendent mrs. Eldo Gericke pianist mrs de. F. Schroeder superintendent of Cradle Roll department mrs. F. D. Rounds assistant superintendent of of Cradle Roll department mrs. Arthur j. Palas. Teachers mrs. Aug. Miller mrs. E. Gericke Viola Kinsel Helen Duwe Elaine Huebner mrs. De. F. Schroeder Helen Meyer mrs. De Nelson Alice Eberling mrs. F. D. Rounds Ivanelle Lubbers will Hein Roy Duwe mrs. F. R. Ludwig and Arthur j. Palas. Community presbyterian Church of Postville j. Ian Fraser minister the special service being held in connection with the Universal week of prayer will begin tonight wednesday at eight o clock in the Fellowship room of the Church. The pastor will speak on a Man who the choir will practice thursday night at 7 30 o clock. God s great desire we be the theme of the Sermon in the morning worship hour beginning at ten o clock sunday. Special music will be Sung by the choir. The sunday school opens its session at 11 10 a. M., immediately following the morning worship. The taxis society of High school Young people will meet at the Church at 7 30 p. Walter Foels leads the discussion of the first of a new series of topics. The subject for this week is our sunday evening meetings what they Are and what they could at the same hour the Young peo pie s Fellowship will meet at the manse. The series on Christian youth looking Forward to marriage will be continued with miss Charlotte Meier leading the discussion of Christian ideals of members of the official boards of the Church and officers of All Organ i Iza Lions Are invited to take part in the stewardship conference to be held in the Community Church on monday night at 7 30, in cooperation with officers of other neighbouring presbyterian churches. Tuesday night will be Young people s Hobby night at the manse. All Young people Are invited. Christian science churches sacrament will be the subject of the lesson Sermon in All churches of Christ scientist on sunday january 14. The lesson Sermon comprises quotations from the Bible and from the Christian science textbook science and health with key to the scriptures by Mary Baker Eddy. One of the Bible citations reads moreover Brethren i would not that be should be ignorant How that All our fathers were under the Cloud and All passed through the sea and did All eat the same spiritual meat and did All drink the same spiritual drink Tor they Drauk of that spiritual Rock that followed them and that Rock was Christ i Cor. 10 1, 3, 4. Among the selections from the Christian science textbook is the following his followers sorrowful and silent anticipating the hour of their master s betrayal partook of the heavenly manna which of old had fed in the wilderness the persecuted followers of truth. Their bread indeed came Down from heaven p. 33. United Brethren Church Rev. William Suckow pastor Postville but Hal Church worship services at 9 30 a. Sunday school at 10 30 a. Castalia Church sunday school at 10 00 a. Worship service at 11 00 a. Forest Mills Church sunday school at 10 00 a. Big trailer for Snow removal is completed a Large trailer which has been under construction for two weeks was completed tuesday at the Ruckdaschel garage. The trailer measuring 8 feet by 12 feet was constructed for the town and will be used to haul Snow in the Winter and rubbish Etc., in the summer. The big Box will hold a Large Quan Tity of Snow As the sides Are formed by 12 Inch boards. The trailer will be pulled by the town tractor. Card of thanks we wish to take this Opportunity to thank the members of Postville s Volunteer fire department and the neighbors and friends for their Fine work in extinguishing the Are at our Home monday morning. Their efficient work was highly appreciated. Or. And mrs. B. F. Bollman. Thank you we wish to thank the Postville Volunteer fire department and All neigh Bors and friends who came in answer to our Call for help new year s Day during the fire at our farm House. Lloyd Schroeder and family. A Herald want and will find it statement of the condition of Postville state Bank organized under the Laws of Iowa located at Post Illein the county of Alla Makee at the close of business on the 30th Day of december a. D. 1939. Resources Loans and discounts. United states Bonds and securities. Securities guaranteed by u. S. Government As to interest and or principal. Bonds and securities exclusive of items 2 and 3overdrafts. Banking House 7,500.00 furniture and fixtures. 750.00 other real estate owned. Due from Banks and Bankers Cash and Cash items. $279,274.68 152,546.51 95.416.25 44,106.58 5.00 8,250.00 none 201,793.20 total resources.-.$781,392.22 liabilities  capital Stock preferred a none preferred a none common $50,000.00 50,000.00 surplus fund. 25,000.00 $ 75,000.00 undivided profits after deducting expenses. 22,332.60 reserved for contingencies. 5,000.00 27,332.66 Deposit due to Banks and Bankers on demand. 4,982.88 individual deposits subject to Check. 243,028.84. Savings deposits. 45,064.28 time certificates of Deposit. 345,947.46 demand certificates certified checks cashier s checks and unpaid dividends. 25,759.27 postal savings deposits. 5,000.00. S. Deposits .4,227,70 Trust funds. 5,049.13 679,059.56 h today s forgotten Man quit advertising yesterday total liabilities.,. ,.,.$781,392.22 state of Iowa Alla Makee county is. We c. F. Meier president w. A. Kneeland cashier of the Bank above named do solemnly swear that the foregoing statement is full True and Correct to the Best of our knowledge and belief. C. F. Meier president Seal w. A. Kneeland cashier sworn to before me and subscribed in my presence by c. F. Meier and w. A. Kneeland this 5th Day of january 1940. Roy Olesen notary Public in and for Alla Makee. County. Seal attested by we. Leui Louis Schutte of w. Kiesau r. Hecker directors. A   want ads want and rates up to 25 words 25 cents for each insertion. Over 25 words 1 cent a word for each insertion. A for Sale beef quarters. Will deliver in town. Hall a Meyer r. 2, Postville.-5tfc. For rent five rooms and Bath unfurnished. Inquire of mrs. J. A. 1 for Sale Chester White Stock hog Young and purebred. We. Miene jr., r. 1, Luana Iowa.-9c wanted a Good Jamesway Coal burning Brooder stove Complete. Inquire at the Herald for Sale three Good Poland China sows to Farrow feb 1. Mrs. Chas. F. Heins r. 1. Castalia . For Sale a White Emden geese. Mrs. Margaret Kipp Castalia Iowa two Miles Southwest of for Sale two Choice purebred Brown Swiss cows. O. Egeland one mile West of Castalia on Highway no. 52.-lip for Sale a team of Black horses Mare and gelding Mare with foal 8 and 12 years old. Henry Jahnke r. 1, Castalia Iowa.-12p 1939 Chevrolet Coupe driven Only 2,200 Miles and traded to us for a larger car. Save about $150.00. Falb motor co., Postville Iowa. Sleep better we rebuild Feather Beds Cotton mattresses into inner Springs. Chairs recanted. Refinishing and upholstering. Clermont mattress and upholstering co., phone 13-r-2. Free pickup and delivery.-11c 1939 Chevrolet master deluxe town Sedan a Beautiful Blue finish with All accessories including Heater and defroster. This car can hardly be told from a new car and you save Over $200.00. Falb motor co., Postville. For Sale beef quarters from Nice tender Young animals. Will deliver in town. Fred Schara phone 100-f-36. For Sale Grade Holstein Milch cows and a few heifers. High Grade Stock. Bon Erickson phone through clermont.-12p 1937 Buick Sedan in perfect condition. See this car before spending $600.00 for any automobile. It s a Dandy Falb motor co.,. Postville. For Sale Beautiful spinet Type piano. Payments on balance $2 weekly. Priced for Quick resale. Box 176, Mason City work wanted married Man seeks work on farm by year by March 1. Can act As manager. Leonard Kirk Este Church 30 late Model used cars at prices ranging from $250 to $800. Including bricks Chevrolet Fords ply Mouths and trucks. Falb motor co., Postville Iowa. For Sale Poland China Stock hogs on de. Roach farm Waukon Iowa on Highway 51. Bell phone no. 33-f-14. Price $20.00. John jacobson.-9tfc. 1939 Buick 4-door Sedan driven 10 months. Enjoy Buick transportation for what you would pay for a new smaller car. You can save Over $400.00 on this car. Falb motor co., Postville Iowa. For rent my Home in East Postville with or without Garden garage barn Etc. Immediate Possession. Mrs. W. F. Heins Postville Iowa.-7tfc. 1939 l. W. Base truck driven 11 months. 32-6 ten ply dual wheels and overload Springs. This truck is As new a new Job As you will find and the Price is $350.00 less than a new one. Falb motor co., Postville Iowa. For rent four rooms and Bath. Inquire at this office for particulars.-11c we Are ready now to Oil and repair your harnesses. Tindell repair shop for Sale Chevrolet master Sedan Good condition. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig Postville Iowa.-42tfc for Sale several farms and City properties. Also two Good houses in Monona. J. T. Humphrey real estate broker Postville.-4tfc for Sale my modern residence in Postville with lot of 88-ft. Frontage Shade Trees fruit and Garden. W. J. H. Schultz Postville . For Sale a team of Brood mares 7 years old both in foal. Will sell one or both reasonable. Lyle Jackson 3 Miles Southeast of 1938 Chevrolet master deluxe town Sedan one of America s most popular used cars. People say do you have a Good 38?" we have and we have it at a Good Price of Only $485.00. Falb motor co., Postville Iowa wanted Man to operate cutting machine in his basement or garage. Can earn $25 weekly or 40c hour spare time work. Good Winter Job. Write Ever Wear mfg. Co., 806 10th St. So., Minneapolis . 1936 Chevrolet 4-door master de luxe Sedan it has been driven 22,500 Miles. The finest 36 we have owned in a Long time. It s one in a Hundred. The Price is higher than the average car but you will be glad to pay the difference. See it today Falb motor co., Postville Iowa. Vinegar will remove the rings left by water deposits on the inside of water glasses or Flower vases. In 1940 feed All your livestock Bolson s i test Mineral conditioner and you la have More Money when fall comes. Farmers co operative society Postville Iowa c. C. Sander manager we appreciate your business Whynot Nelcar the slate s clean the past is past you re making a new beginning on a new year you Hope will be happier and finer and Richer How about doing the Job up right you spot the fun possibilities in this Brilliant and buoyant Buick just by watching it Flash by but have you been in to try it do you know what it s like first hand we mean to have a Hundred plus Dyn Flash horsepower waiting your treadle foot s nudge have you sampled the thrill in such an engine Micro poise balanced to smoothness a wrist watch nil delivered at Mich. Tranfo bated on rail rates state and total taxes if an optional equipment and acc Tsoi ies extra t prices subject to change f without notice flirt can t Hope to equal today s Winter roughened roads give you swell Chance to try out Bui Coil springing s gentle ride raw weather emphasizes the Stout smugness of uni steel bodies by Fisher and the convenience of the Flash Way direction signal. Now s when you most need firm new rubber sure soft tiptoe brakes Buick s automatic choke Stout taut frames and rugged bodies and Why wait for Spring to buy Beauty that gives your spirits a lift then too driving speeds Are naturally lower now and driving distances Shorter making this the Best time of All to get a car properly started in life. So figure it out it s a new year. You be turned a new Leaf. Ask your Buick dealer what a new Buick will Cost you now and let every month of 1940 contribute to a Happy new year tie Model illustrated is the Buie super Model 51 four door touring Sedan $1109 delivered at Flint Mich. White Sid Envall tires additional

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