Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 30, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE rOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllngbell, Publisher Entered at the Postoftico nt Postville, Iowa, as Second Clnss Mntter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months, $1 .50 Three Months, 75c Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local, 30 cents per inch; Foreign and Transient, 35c Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—lc a Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAl_ I^WXSSOCJATION WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 30, 1946. IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY Jan. 31 and Feb. 1 and 2 "RHAPSODY IN BLUE" —with Joan Leslie, Robert Aldo, Al Jolson. Oscar Levant, Alexis Smith, Hazel Scott, Charles Coburn and countless others To come boldly out in print with the statement that "Rhapsody In Blue" is better than "Anchors Aweigh" or to even say that it is as good takes a lot of fortitude. Yet there are right in this little community several people who liked "Rhapsody In Blue" better. It truly is a great musical — this life story of a great American composer of popular music. Paul Whiteman's fine band playing some of the George Gershwin popular numbers is a treat for any ear. The film has been doing tremendous business not in the big houses, but in the small theatres, too. Don't miss this tremendous film as you may be one of the many who will like it better than "Anchors Aweigh." It also runs well over two hours, therefore the shows will begin at 7:00 and 9:30. SUNDAY, MONDAY February 3 and 4 "THE SPANISH MAIN" —with Maureen O'Hara and Paul Ilenried in the leading roles and filmed in Technicolor There is more action in this tempestuous story than any film in a long time. Here is the film that moves with the speed of a buzz bomb. It has spectacle and sweep and is a lavish production in every sense of the word. The cast is excellent and Maureen O'Hara is positively a knockout. Her beauty is breath-taking. The film is really terrific. Nearly two hours of action and thrills with a love story that makes most women's hearts pound. Nothing slow and nothing less than swell entertainment is "THE SPANISH MAIN." SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY February 5 and 6 Roy Rogers, Gabby Hayes and Dale Evans in— "DON'T FENCE ME IN" The King of Cowboys hits the bell again. It is really a fine film for ALL classes of fans. ALSO "TELL IT TO A STAR" —with Ruth Terry and Robert Livingstone A cute musical film that you will go for! Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE—CASH NIGHTS! Wanted—Baby stroller. Geo. Bowles, R. 1, Postville.— Phone No. 22-F-7-1. Milo Gcricke went to Dos Moines Tuesday to attend a frozen foods processors' meeting. Mrs. John Ehde, one of the oldest residents of this community, observed her SAth birthday anniversary Monday. Mrs. Clemens Sehwnbe came from Seward, Nebr., last week to assist in the carv ui iici-mother, Mrs. Carl H. •Meyer. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING. REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GOBDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mrs. Eddie Roberts came from Des Moines Sunday for a visit to her mother. Mrs. Charles Brouillet, and other relatives. Mr. and ulrs. C. R. Winn of Jackson Junction spent Sunday here in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Casten and family were visitors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cook near EI- kadcr. Lyle Schroeder left Sunday for Iowa City where he will matriculate tltis week in the state University of Iowa under the G. I. Bill of Rights educational program. John L. Schultz and Ed Heins went to La Crosse. Wis., on Saturday and brought Albert Schultz. who submitted to an operation recently at a hospital in that city, home with them. Mrs. Lynn Gordanier of Kalamazoo, Mich., send us the renewal payment for her subscription to the Herald and says, "It is time to send this remittance so I won't miss another copy of the Herald." Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and daughter were at Waukon last Friday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Overland's grandfather. James Markley, 81, who passed away a few days before at Waukegan, 111. Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Groth left last week for a tour of southern states, and cards received here this week indicate they have been in Louisiana, Mississippi and Florida. They expect to return home this week end. Guests in the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster home over the week end were Mrs. Bruce Webster's mother, Mrs. William Baier, and her aunt, Mrs. W. E. Miller, both of Hampton. They returned to their homes Monday. William Bareis, who is now a resident of Castalia but continues to work with the contracting firm of Otto C. Sander & Son in Postville, was a Herald office caller last Thursday afternoon. He informed us that his son, Arbe Bareis, has arrived at Pittsburgh, Pa., with his navy unit and expects to get his discharge February 20 and return here then. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Wheat Cereal, 28 ounce package for 15c Jack Sprat Salt, 8 regular 2-pound packages for 15c Jack Sprat Milk, 3 tall cans 29c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour,, 3 pound bag for 23c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 5 pound bag for 29c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 36c Jack Sprat Bran Flakes, 15 ounce package for 12c Jack Sprat Spinach, large can 25c Jack Sprat Beans, Wax or Green Cut, per can 19c Jack Sprat Peas, Run of Pod, Tender, per can 18c Majorette Coffee, 1 pound bag. 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 32c Jack Sprat Potato Chips, 5 ounce package for 23c Grapefruit Sections, 20 oz. can....28c Rice, Fancy, 2 pounds 19c Rutherford's Chill Con Came, 15 !a ounce can for 22c Beans, Northern, 2 lbs 20c Prunes, Fancy, 2 lb, pkg 33c Softasilk Cake Flour, , 2% lb. pkg. for 27c Checrios, 7 oz. pkg 12c Ohio Blue Tip Matches, pkg 35c Vanish Bowl Cleaner, 21 ounce can for 23o Perfex, the perfect Cleanser, per package 23c CAMPBELL'S SOUPS FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store For Sale—Choice brood sows for March farrow. J. S. Schoentag, Monona, Iowa.—13c, Wm. J. Kllngbell was nt Monroe, Brodhead and Stoughton, Wis., Sunday to visit relatives. Albert and Annie Gunderson of Oelwein are spending a few days here with their sister, Mrs. Clara Hclgerson. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Gwendolyn were up at Ossian Sunday as guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Donald Scrsland home. Miss Marian Casten came from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Thursday for the between-semesters recess and to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. W. Casten. Rev. F. R. Ludwig was at Waukon last Thursday to visit Mrs. Carl Meyer, who has been quite ill in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. J. Thoma and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil drove to Iowa City Tuesday, taking some of the personal effects of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Seilcr to their new home in that city. Dean Meyer concluded his leave here Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer, and left that evening for Minneapolis. Minn., for reassignment to new duty or discharge from the navy. Louis Schutte took Evelyn Snitker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Snitker. back to the hospital at Rochester. Minn., Sunday. She had been home for a week, but it was deemed best to return her to the hospital for further care. Mrs. G. A. Stewart, who has been staying with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson near Gunder, left for Neenah. Wis., Friday to join her husband who is a chemical engineer for the Kimberly-Clark Paper Com pany in that city. The Milwaukee railroad handled 45 decks of livestock out of Postville during the past week. Shortage of stock cars still prevents greater movement of livestock to markets, which are plead ing for animals to get plants in operation again since the government took them over. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman are expected this week from the west coast where they have been visiting since going with Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer a few weeks ago. They will be ac companied by their nephew, Howard Gordanier who is fresh out of the navy with a discharge. Eli C. Eberling of Nashua writes, "How are you this winter? We certainly have had a long, cold winter here and are now making ice which is 20 inches thick. Enclosed find check for the Herald. . . . I'll be seeing you sometime next fall when we plan to come for a few days." Mr. and Mrs. Leon Chamberlain took their son, Harlan, to Iowa City Sun day where he is registering this week for the second semester courses at the State University of Iowa under the G. I. Bill of Rights. They also visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chamberlain, at Cedar Rap ids before returning home. Mrs. William Kozelka returned home Monday morning from Madison, Wis. where she had gone to visit her daugh ter, Mrs. Donald Willard, who is a patient in a hospital near that city. Don was recently chosen as assistant extension director for Green county. Wis., and will be headquartered at Monroe when he takes over his new duties. R. J. Waters was a Herald office caller Saturday afternoon while en- route to Guttenberg to visit- in the home of his daughter-in-law and family, Mrs. George Waters and children Mr. Waters recently returned here from Cedar Rapids where he had been employed and is now living with his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs Willard Clement. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carris and son Thomas, of Madison, Wis., were here Thursday evening to attend the annual activities banquet at the school house where Mr. Carris taught several years back. He was recently discharged from the navy in which he served for three years, and expects to locate in DeKalb, 111., where he has accepted a position with the agricultural station AH Sorts Of Weather On Tap Here Past Week A variety of weather has been dished out here the past week, temperatures ranging from a low of 18 degrees below zero on Saturday morn r ing to a high of .19 degrees yesterday. Last night a light rain fell to put a slick coating of ice on sidewalks and roadways, and this morning as this is being written snow is falling ((he bip, white, flaky variety.) Albert Berlelson hands us the following readings recorded at his observatory: High Low Wednesday. Jan. 23 35 15 Thursday. Jan. 24 32 8 Friday, Jan. 25 30 (3 Saturday. Jan. 26 8 —18 Sunday, Jan. 27 .. 25 —11 Monday, Jan. 28 ..31 19 Tuesday, Jan. 29 . ...39 1(5 § I At the Elevator • | A CAR OF 1 -<>*- | PURITY NUT | COAL | NOW ENROUTE I Hall Roberts' Son I | Postville, Iowa HUI »imiMtaiMirniMHUMliaiJilullMltUIMlUuMiUUMluilMIllJUMiiu ; g CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our heartfelt thanks to all who extended comforting sympathy and help in our time of sorrow, also for (he beautiful (local bouquets and the memorial offerings. We are grateful to the organist, the quartet, to Rev. Grosshcim, to all public officials and peace officers, and to all friends, neighbors and relatives, whose words and kind deeds ministered so much to our comfort. We also express our appreciation to the citizens of Postville for the tribute sent in memory of Leonard Bulman.—Mrs. Leonard Bulman, Mr. and Mrs. Chas Feuerhelm and Lorraine. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Bulman and Jimmy. Charlotte Bulman. Mrs. Jas. T. Bulman. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bulman. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bulman. Mr. and Mrs. Alton Bulman. DRAFT BOARD NEWS. Among the 18-year-old boys who registered for the draft in Allamakee county recently were Elbert Jahnckc. Gene Brainard and John Marlins, Jr., of Postville. Boys leaving Tuesday from this community for their prc-induction examinations included Howard Snitker and Merlin Hansmeier of Ludlow township and Curtis Dundee of north of Monona. Jerry Barnholtz submitted to an operation at Postville hospital on Tuesday. Leon Olson, recently discharged from the navy, has been over in Michigan visiting his sister. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Tinker of Elgin have a daughter at Postville hospital weighing seven pounds, born to them this morning. R. M. Hecker went to Dubuque on Monday to drive home a new Plymouth automobile for which the Hecker Bros, garage are the local distributors. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sebastian and daughter, Judy, came from Waterloo Saturday for a week end visit here in the home of the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. William Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Breitsprecher of Farmcrsburg and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitsprecher of Garnavillo were here Sunday to help Mrs. James Foran celebrate her birthday anniversary. Miss Elizabeth Schultz, who attends St. Olaf College, Northficld, Minn., came last Thursday to visit her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz. and to attend the annual activities banquet at the local school. Word comes from Dean Schultz, who since his discharge from the army has been in his former bank position in Idaho Falls, Idaho, that he was recently elected to the position of assistant cashier of the institution, a promotion his many friends will be glad to learn of. Quick work Saturday afternoon made a carload of soy bean meal up at the Postville elevator disappear in a hurry. The car containing 600 sacks of the meal was unloaded in one hour flat, cars lining the street for two blocks waiting to get a share of the much-wanted feed. Mrs. Elmer Mohs is slicking up the interior of the Meyer's Four-County Hatchery with several coats of glossy white paint to get the place in readiness for the approaching hatchery season. Mr. Meyer also expects to put in a now modern front in the building as soon as the needed materials arrive. Page Wirklcr of Luana, a recently discharged Marine, last week purchased the residence property of the late Mrs. Annie Kerr and this week is moving his family into it, Mr. Wirk- ler is a hauler for the Northeastern Iowa Cooperative Creameries Association who operate a shipping warehouse at Froelieh. Victor Meyer of Monona was a Postville visitor Monday and informed us that he sold his 126M: acre farm in Wagner township that day to Ed Doorring of Luana for $25,200. LuVern Meyer, Victor's son, who now lives on the place, will move onto the form of his father-in-law, Arthur Seelund, near Froelieh, March 1, when Mr. Doerring takes possession. Curtis Abernethy, Arthur Thoma, Leo Bowers and Donald and Robert Martlndale comprised a load of local basketball fans who were among the 15,000 at Iowa City Monday night to witness the Iowa Hawkeyes snap Minnesota's winning streak and themselves take the lead in the Big Ten conference. The thrilling game saw Iowa come from behind to tie the score at 59-all at the end of the regular ploying session, and then go on to win, 63-to 61, in the overtime period. In Doubt - - about where to buy your fresh vegetables, fruits and groceries? Many Postville housewives are finding our stocks of good foodstuffs fresh and to their liking. We are so well pleased by the response of our customers since we came to Postville, we want to tell you about it and would like to have you among our satisfied customers. Glenn Jarmes Pure Food Grocer Small Animals! Are just as acceptable to us as your large ones. We are picking up all animals for our Cresco plant while our Postville plant is being held up because of shortage of material. We will continue to pay $1.25 per 100 lbs. for live horses, and higher prices for dead animals. You may either call us collect at our plant, telephone No. 1000, or if more convenient, see or call the service station of ART RICKER in Postville, No. 2S7. Postville Rendering Co. FLOYD BLY, Proprietor A Food Freezer For Your Home Now Available We have available for immediate delivery several of these much-wanted Home Freezer Cabinets, durably constructed: beautiful in design; dependable and economical to operate. Come in and see us for a demonstration and prices. MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa

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