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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 6, 1940, Postville, Iowa Spay november 6, 1940. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Page three. Postville cd were doing 25 years ago items taken from the Ilof the Iowa Volks Blatt Friday nov. 12, 1915. Fee Irlas born to or. And mrs. Tuandt at Luana november 3. Laughters were born to or. Ili Awrence Welzel saturday. Max Ean of Ossian and h of Postville were married Shepherd Folly who have inducting the Park hotel have shop and moved to Dubuque juber of automobiles met with hero the past week but Luck Euple were seriously injured t four cases the cars were wrecked.  Stville concert band has fold finances to continue the band forthcoming and the boys Jig Down in their pockets to the deficit. Leyer who has been chef for Roeder s cafe at Williamsburg Imber of years has purchased a re Gordon restaurant and is Possession tomorrow in Rary Board is gathering Arn museum to be inaugurated i Noti Orwith the Library. C. W. And Luhman & Sanders have show cases in which the curio ii will be displayed Verbeck has sold 100 acres of near Luana to j. P. Meier s Possession March 1. Ben wild a House and barn on the gape 40 acres North of the Ger he Turch for his own use. A hug we Neil jr., was granted per the town Council to operate a of Tum Hall with eight tables. The also passed an ordinance of temp the Hawkeye Oil company Maup allowed to erect storage tanks by of 2v4 inches of rain fell Here Suffis Serbay and local cellars Are filled Ater. Wind did considerable at Frankville. To Corn cribs Fie Sheds barns and Trees. The Wile school House was also re Las suffering some damage. Farmers Telephone company chased the or. Blessin office for $2,000 and will install its i office equipment there As soon 31essin can move into the office a has rented in the new store pig of Luhman & Sanders. Church lot Teeth Community presbyterian Church of Postville j. Ian Fraser minister the choir will practice thursday evening at 7 30 o clock. The morning worship hour on sunday at ten o clock will be appropriate to the theme of armistice sunday the whole Armor of god will be the Sermon topic. Sunday school at 11 10 a. M. Dale Turner will be Leader of the Young people s Fellowship when it meets on sunday night at 7 30 at the manse. Youth and War is the discussion topic for the taxis society of High school Young people meeting at the Church on sunday night at 7 30. Alan Beucher is the Leader. Group i of the ladies Aid society will meet at the Church tuesday afternoon at 2 30, with mrs. John Davis mrs. Harry Davis and mrs. Amos Ames As hostesses. Lisi want and 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. For rent five room apartment available at once. Luhman & Sanders. Six months Sidney mayor s Johnson goes on a no smok Rike. Each october 16 at 9 30 Ifor the past 25 years Johnson is aside All tobacco until the april 17 at 9 30 a m. The mayor he does it to show which Jughe or the tobacco habit. Christian science churches Adam and fallen Man will be the subject of the. Lesson Sermon in All churches of Christ scientist on sunday november 10. The Golden text is from psalms 28 1, 9, unto thee will i cry o lord my Rock. Save thy people and bless thine inheritance feed them also Anil lift them up for 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 and behold there was a Man which had his hand withered. And they asked him saying is it lawful to heal on the Sabbath Days that they might accuse him. And he said unto them what Man shall there be among you that shall have one sheep and if it fall into a pit on the Sabbath Day will he not Lay hold on it and lift it out then Saith he to the Man stretch Forth thine hand. And he stretched it Forth and it was restored whole like As the other Matt. 12 10, 11, 13 among the selections from the Christian science textbook is the following Jesus beheld in science the perfect Man who appeared to him where sin Ning mortal Man appears to mortals in this perfect Man the Saviour saw god s own likeness and this Correct View of Man healed the sick. Up. 476, 477. Eldorado insurance Assn. Holds its annual meeting armers bring in your livestock in i be sold at auction 3very monday starting at 1 30 p. M. Jul have buyers for All classes of cattle sheep and calves. Postville livestock l Mission co. For Sale used car Heater in Good condition. E. I Green r. 1, Castalia. Lost two White faced yearling heifers. Return to Elmer Luebka Postville.-3c for Sale Quick meal Coal and Wood Range. Priced reasonable. Phone no 13-w, j. E. Horgan Postville.-3p wanted Wood sawing. Any Whereat any time. Only $1.25 per hour phone 71-f-162, Elmer erb.-51tfc lost a Green Gold wrist watch in Postville sunday afternoon. Return to Harold f. Eberling Postville.-2p for Sale Brown Swiss yearling bulls. Also some calves and Poland China boars. E. C. Brandt route. 1, Postville.-2p for Sale purebred Chester White Stock hogs. Two Miles North of Monona on Rock Road. Duane Lubbers , notice positively no Hunting or trespassing allowed in the Larrabee estate Woods i am renting. Frank Reinhardt Postville.-2p Stville town Council holds monthly meeting for Sale several farms and City properties. Also two Good houses in Monona. J. T. Humphrey real estate broker Postville.-4tfc wanted Corn picking with a two Row picker and Wagon. Inquire of Lee Brainard at the Mccormick Deer ing shop Postville-52tfc notice Hunting and trespassing is forbidden on my farm in Bloomfield township Winneshiek county at All times. Louis harnack.-5p. For Sale purebred Chester White Stock hogs Good Quality. New blood for old customers. W. E. Lubbers 5 Miles Southeast of Postville.-49tfc the regular monthly meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa was held on Friday evening november 1, 1940, at 7 30 o clock in the Council rooms. Mayor a c. Sander presided. Present at the meeting were h. D. Cole j. A. Schroeder. Earl Abernethy Fred j. Miller and Fred c. Ruckdaschel councilmen James m. Lennon marshal Henry a. Lange waterworks superintendent we. H. Hein Street commissioner and de Nelson sewer superintendent. The minutes of the last regular and intervening special meetings were read and on motion accepted and ordered placed on file. Reports of the various officials were read and on motion accepted and or dered placed on file. On motion we. P. Collins was granted a refund on his cigarette License. The following Bills of accounts on the various funds were allowed and ordered paid general fund Iowa Blind products 3.85 Postville Herald. 40.30 we. Pcollins. 25.00 Home Oil 1.02 j. M. Lennon. 100.00 George w. Bursell. 2.00 a. C. Webster. 25.57 waterworks fund. National Aluminate 35.82 h. A. Lange. 100.00 interstate Power company. 73.46 Dick Folsom. 1.75 Claud p. Hooker co. 17.03 Home Oil company. 2.01 Light i unil interstate Power company. 102.03grading and dragging fund Home Oil 8.26 w. H. Hein. 100.00 Louis Schutte. 5.32 James Harvey. 8.15 sewer fund James Harvey 4.28 Alfred Dundee. 17.33 de Nelson. 46.75 memorial building fund Roy Bloxham 25.50 Chas. Altfillisch. 100.00 Ben Erickson. 6.25 Rudy Hein. 16.50 Fred Jahnke. 14.75 Peter Meland. 4.25 Laverne Hangartner. 5.38 interstate Power company. 4.47 Home Oil company. 3.96 motion made by councilman Miller for adjournment. C. C. Sander mayor. A. C. Webster town clerk. Give or the works get your car ready for Winter now at 1 time 1 place Low Cost anti freeze glean and flush out. Fill with dependable prestone or super Pyro Antifreeze solution. Motor Oil for easy starting and Safe running Drain and refill with Long lasting Winter Iso vis. Transmission for easy shifting clean out old lubricant fill with Winter Grade Standard gear lubricant. Differential clean out heavy lubricant which thickens in cold fill with Winter Grade Standard lubricant., Chassis proper Chassis lubrication is More important in Winter than in any other season. Battery Check cables connections and recharge if necessary. New Grant batteries in Complete Price Range. Casten Oil co. Casten bros., proprietors 5t is i  columbian red toil for Sale Good big dark red Duroc Stock hogs at $20.00 each. Also a few gilts reasonably priced. Located on gravel Road. Elmer h. Larson Elgin Iowa.-5p Grant Lauer was re elected Secre tary of the German Mutual fire insurance association of Eldorado and h. A. Krueger Hawkeye was re elected vice president at the annual meeting held at Eldorado october 25. Although losses have been above the average this year due to a Stormy summer the Cash on hand at present totals $18,464.78, according to treasurer Ferd Barthelme. A net gain of 95 new members was reported by the Secretary representing a total increase of risks in Force of $689,935. The total risks amounted to $11,513,810 largest total Ever reported by the association. The gain is also the largest the group has Ever had. The amount of risks has doubled since 1925, according to Secretary g. Lauer. Robert Marr is president of the association which a was organized in 1877 and since then has never had to Levy More than a two Mill assessment in any one year and in six years out of the last 27 did not Levy any assessment. Community livestock auction at Waukon every Friday. Highest Market prices paid for livestock. Sales Start at 2 o clock. Ryan commission sales barn. Waukon.-5p. Banks to be closed on monday armistice Day closed in of our banking houses will be All Day monday november 11, Servance of armistice Day. Postville state Bank citizens state Bank. For Sale Hampshire boars from registered Stock. Big Type. Choose a Hamp for big litters Thrift Ness and Early maturity. Cholera i Muried. L. N. Steiert 2% Miles East of Monona. Cull the loafers out now. Let our service Man do your culling As you want it done. Give your eggs that extra care they deserve and sell on the Grade for More poultry profit. The Alla Makee hatchery. Special meeting of Postville town Council. A special meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa was called by the mayor for monday evening october 28, 1940, at 7 30 o clock. Mayor c. C. Sander presided. Councilmen h. D. Cole John a. Schroeder Earl Abernethy Fred j. Miller and f. C. Ruckdaschel were in attendance. Notice of special meeting read. Clarence Wendl granted a class b Beer permit and cigarette License. Moved by councilman h. D. Cole to adjourn. C. C. Sander mayor. A. C. Webster town clerk. The West Union gun club is holding its annual trap shoot on sunday november 10, using poultry for prizes. All shooters invited. Grounds located half mile Southeast of West Union on Highway no. 56. -3p Martin Hilmer enlists now bound for Hawaii or. And mrs. Albert Hilmer just received word from their son Martin that he has joined the u. S. Navy and is now aboard a United states ship on his Way to Hawaii. Martin had been located in Des Moines and Only recently enlisted. Clarence Wendl wishes to announce the Purchase of the Cape formerly owned and operated by will Collinson. Wendl who took immediate Possession of the cafe last week formerly lived in Cresco. He has been in this business for the last seven years. Or. Wendl also wishes to announce that he will continue to give prompt efficient service and solicits your patronage. Farmers in the Postville Vicinity Are extended a cordial invitation to make the Wendl cafe their Bead quarters while in Postville. Store Corn on your farm the government will pay you 10c by. Now the government Cash storage Advance will pay for a famous red top Corn bin and you la have a permanent improvement on your farm that will give you years of service. Get Complete details from your . Committee. For Safe economical storage of Grain seed feed harness everything. Fire proof rat proof weather tight. Ventilating system cures Grain while holding. Convenient sizes. Easily erected. Last 15 to 30 years approved by a. A. A. The government will pay you 10c a by. To keep your shelled Corn on the farm in columbian bins. See your county agent about this Cash Advance that will help buy a columbian. Un-c-3 manufactured by columbian steel tank co., Kansas City to. Glen Letch Ford Postville Iowa figure the Price figure the features figure the savings and you la buy Chevrolet Falb motor co. John Falb & sons Postville Iowa Elgin Iowa 36 86 86

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