Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 20, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 20, 1946
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PAGE root. THE POSTVILLB HERALD. POSTVILLE. 10WJ WEDNESDAY, #BMtUAltY tt, t«i| Postville Herald ffm. J. Kllngbell, Publisher Entered at the Postoftice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. 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_ ^^ASSOCIATION TOT" WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 20, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte and children visited relatives in Waterloo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brueckner were guests of friends in Crcsco Monday and Tuesday, Mr. and Mrs. Ben F. Overbeck of El- knder were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Hangartner. Ernest and James Overland accompanied their father. E. J. Overland, of Dccorah to Rtishford. Minn.. Sunday on a visit to relatives. Mrs. A. C. Kane and son. Joe, of Dubuque spent the week end here visiting in the home of the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Aulden Cornish were at La Crosse. Wis.. Sunday where they visited the hitter's son who had come from the veterans' hospital in Michigan forjj short stay in his home, t^lr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner made a buying trip to Chicago last week, returning home Saturday evening. They also visited their daughter. Margaret, a student at .Northwestern University Evanston. 111. J Merlin Schroeder began working at the Allamakee Hatchery on Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson ore in Ames this week where Ted is attending an REA meter schook Pvt. Oliver Heins of Fort Snelling, Minn., spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Heins. William Kozclka was at Madison. Wis., over the week end to visit his daughter. Mrs. Don Willard. at the sanitarium. John Powers and daughter. Marion, arrived here Saturday from Twin Falls, Idaho. Miss Marion will visit here for a week before leaving for her work in Washington, D. C. vJ &Ci and Mrs. Glen Tindell visited with Rev. and Mrs. W. M. Suckow and family in Van Meter last week while they were at Des Moines to attend a convention of shoe merchants?^ Elrie "ROTRrlaschel, R. M. Hecker and John Falb were at Dubuque last Wed nesday (separately) to attend a meeting of eastern I own automobile dealers, but came away not knowing when to expect deliveries on the new 1946 models. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bareis and two sons came Saturday from Washington, 111., called here by the death of the former's father, Fred Bareis. of Castalia. They arc also visiting in the home of Mrs. Bareis' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Krogman. in Postville. rNorris Blegen and Robert Burling, a*iTdelegates of Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518. American Legion, were in Des Moines over the week end to attend the annual Iowa state Legion convention. Mr. Blegen last week was elected Post Commander and Mc^^Burling IRIS Theatre ! Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY February 21,.22 and 23 "Abbott and Costello In HOLLYWOOD" For sheer laughing purposes you can't beat these two zanies. Assisted by Frances Rafferty and Angela Langsbury and a few other glamor girls Abbott and especially Costello run wild in a movie studio. There isn't a bit of sense to the plot — but, nevertheless, if you like these two nit-wits you will laugh yourself sick. SUNDAY, MONDAY February 24 and 25 "HER HIGHNESS AND THE BELLBOY" —with Hedy Lamar, Robert Walker, June Allyson and Rags Ragland Because Hedy had such high and mighty ideas her chums nicknamed her, "Her Highness." A bellboy—one Robert Walker— makes a bet that he can make her fall for him. The result— they both fall for each other. The film is just about as cute and clever as they come, and there are those who enjoyed it even more than "Week End At The Waldorf." Rags Ragland gets off some "duzzies." SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY February 26 and 27 Roy Rogers, Dale Evans, Gabby Hayes and Trigger in— "ALONG THE NAVAJO TRAIL" The finest "Western" star in the business in a swell .picture that EVERY movie goer should like. ALSO "THE DANGER SIGNAL" A rip-snorting action film. was. chosen Post Adjutant here. Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE CASH NIGHTS! Attending the first annual meeting of the Lutheran Welfare Society at Decorah Monday evening were Rev and Mrs. F. R. Ludwig. Willard Meyer, Wilmer Nordin. Arthur Palas. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz. Mrs. James Lennon Viola Duwe. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heus man, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miene and Mrs. Albert Zieman... Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers and Mr, and Mrs. Arthur Thoma were among the 40 or more basketball fans from this community who went to Madison Saturday night to see the Iowa Hawk- eyes pin the Wisconsin Badgers' ears down in a rough and tumble game by a score of 44 to 39. Oswald Strand and son. LeRoy, of Manly were business visitors here Monday, calling on A. J. Anderson near Gunder. Last Sunday's Des Moines Register carried a feature story on Mr. Strand who owns and operates 2.820 acres of choice land in Worth county besides owning 30,300 acres in South Dakota. Montana and Canada. The Strands are feeding close to 6,000 head of cattle at present, and at a public sale they held a party in Nebraska gave them a check for $119,000 for one lot of cattle purchased. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 5 pound bag for 29c Jack Sprat Wheat Cereal, pkg 17c Jack Sprat Egg Noodles, 8 ounce package for 12c Jack Sprat Potato Chips, 5 ounce package for 23c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk, 3 tall cans for 29c Jack Sprat Cake Flour, 3 VI pound package for 23c Jack Sprat Oats, 42 ounce package with cup and saucer 32c Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, per can 16c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, two 19-oz. cans for 29c Jack Sprat Spinach, 2 b'lg 18 ounce cans for 33c Jack Sprat Egg Noodle and Chicken Dinner, 1 lb. jar 39c Clothes Pins, 2 dozen for 13c Chocolate Cream Coffee, two 1-pound packages for 59c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Maxwell House Coffee, 1 pound jar for 35c Cracking Good Saltinc Soda Crackers, 1 lb. pkg 19c Cracking Good Creme Sandwich Cookies, 12 oz. pkg. 23c Van Camp Pork & Beans, tall can for only 17c Duff Ginger Bread Mix, pkg 24c Rochester Milk, tall can for 11c Dixiana Pancake Flour, l'/i pound package for lOo Kraft Chocolate Malted Milk, 1 pound jar 30o 4B Dates, 7!£ ounce pkg 27o Mayflower Pears, Size 2(C- can....39o Morton's Salt, 2 26-oz. pkgs 15o Sunkist Navel Oranges, per dozen 25c to 70c The Marry and Truman Overeen families spent Sunday with relatives in Oelwein. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson of Clermont were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis home. The Milwaukee railroad handled 27 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Mrs. C. F. Peterson, 89 year old mother of A. L. Peterson, Is a medical patient at Postville hospital. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING. REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS. POSTVILLE. The Postville Hospital Auxiliary is planning § a public benefit to be given early in March. Watch for further particulars in next week's Herald. Petty Officer Dean Meyer of Great Lakes Naval Training Station. Chicago, spent the week end here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Allan Anderson of Clermonfare the parents of a son they have named Stanley Dean and weighing nine pounds, born to them at Postville hospital Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baltz and John Casten. Sr.. took advantage of the pleasant springlike weather Sunday to drive to Prairie du Chien. Wis., on a sightseeing tour. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walsh of Decorah were visitors in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs Harold Rima. and family several days last week, returning home Thursday. The Junior Class of Postville high school will hold a food sale at Luhman & Huebner's store and at the Farmers Store on Saturday, February 23, in the afternoon and the public is invited to patronize them. Nancy and James Lange of Decorah spent the week end here on a visit to their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks, their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson A. Lange. bringing them here Friday and getting them again on Sunday. j _J £0y—Olesen, who is stationed on Manus Island in the Pacific with the Navy, writes that he has been com missioned a Lieutenant (j. g.) and that he expected to sail for home on the first boat-leaving that island after Februarv_Ji>.-i Miss Murtis Gordanier left this morning for California on a two weeks visit to relatives. At Burbank she will visit her brother-in-law and sister, Mr and Mrs. Mac McCaffrey and daughter, Mary Beth, and at La Canada she will visit her aunt. Mrs. Pearl Richards sister of Murtis' father, Horace Gordanier. ,' Oryille Meyer is moving onto the OTrs. Helen Moon farm west of Post vilie and Victor Kuhse who has been operating the Moon place, moved Sat urday onto the place he bought from his father. Fred Kuhse, near Spring field. The Lorenzo Kuhse family who had lived on this place, moved Friday to the Harlan_^Reinhardt farm south east of Postvjllo) LLi, Eileen Hofer, Army Nurses Corp: is here today on a visit to relatives and friends. \ She returned two weeks ago from the China-Burma-India war theater where she served for a year or more and has been visiting rela tices in Chicago and St. Louis. From here she will go to New London Conn., to visit her mother, Mrs. Louise Hofer, who at present is staying in the home of her son and daughter-in-law Mr^-and Mrs. William Hofer. Jjklxs. Earl Abernethy and Mrs. Geo. J Meier returned home Sunday from Dubuque where they had gone to at tend the memorial services for Jack Thill, Jr., who lost his life while the aayy air corps somewhere in the PacificTy. J. Thill, father of the boy and""5 "K >rmer Postville resident, re ceived official word from the War Department that his son was "pre sumed to be dead" after having been listed as missing in action for a year and ten months. In a business letter to this office the Rev. Lehr Newhouse, former pastor of the Community Presbyterian church of Postville, now living in Omaha Nebr., writes, "We follow the Postville news with a great deal of interest. We are having a busy and interesting time of it here in Omaha. Our church growing and is more than overcrowd ing its facilities. It has a full schedule of programs that keeps us busy throughout the week, and now the boys in the church are demanding that I organize a Boy Scout troop for them Mrs. Newhouse and I are both enrolled at the University here, and because of the great shortage of teachers, Mr Newhouse is teaching music in the public schools two days n week. The girls have a full program too with school, church classes, music and lessons, Camp Fire, etc. Believe me, there is never a dull moment around here. Give our. regards to our Post ville friends, and thanks for a good newspaper. Sincerely yours, L. Newhouse." Annual Moving Seanson Brings Several Changes ^JjLnnd Mrs. Don White (nee Mary Pearson) are moving onto the former Chet Pearson form northeast of Postville. The Leonard Chrlstoffcrsons ho have been operating the place this week moved to the Wm. Leui farm southeast of town, and the Elmer Eberling family moved yesterday from the Leui farm 40 the Campbell farm est of PostvilleT] Elliot HeusmahT who for the past three years has been employed by the Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative, resigned last Saturday and on Monday moved onto the farm of his mother. Mrs. Henry Heusman. east of town. Elliot has rented the farm for the coming year, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman will move onto the mailer place vacated by Elliot and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klein and children left Tuesday for Waterloo to make their home. The Kleins came here from Waterloo during the war to assist Mrs. Klein's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gass, on the farm which they are now vacating. The Gass farm has been rented to Erwin Glawc of near Elkader who moves onto it March 1 when the Gass family will move to the former Reif sisters' place vacated by the Kleins. FRUITS and VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store *3.89 Buys 100 lbs. of Clear Flour While it lasts Postville Feed Mill The Postville Hospital Auxiliary is planning a public benefit to be given early in March. Watch for further particulars in next week's Herald. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Two baby girls born at Monona re- well know here: Call for Citizens Caucus Is Issued for March 4th Notice is hereby given that a caucus of the qualified electors of the In corporated Town of Postville, Iowa, is hereby called to convene in the base ment of Memorial Hall. Postville. at eight o'clock P. M.. Monday. March 1946, for the purpose of placing in nomination candidates for the following officers to be filled at the MunicI pal Election to be held on Monday March 25, 1946, to-wit: One Mayor. Five Councilmen. One Treasurer. One Assessor. One Hospital Trustee. Also for the naming of the ticket, the selection of a Town Committee, and for the transaction of such other business as may regularly and legally come before the said caucus. JOE HECKER, WILLARD SCHUTTE, Town Committeemen. to Mr. Luana on cently to people and Mrs. Curtis Zieman of February 9. weight 7'i pounds: to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Ball of Luana on February 6. weight eight pounds. Mr. and Mrs. August Scluiltz are In receipt of word that their grandson, Lt. Joseph Wirsching. son of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Wirsching of Reno, Nevada, had arrived home from Germany where he had been serving with the Military Police since the war ended. Lloyd Palmer, Jr„ telephoned hit 1 parents Sunday from New Orleai»« where he was stationed with his jhu -i then. He stated that he hnd received a commission ns Lieutenant (j. g ,> anii expects to come homo soon on leave Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hamilton and son, Robert III, were Postville vlsltorj Monday forenoon. They had been out at Lakota to visit in the home of Mr. Hamilton's mother and are now g Ues t, in the home of her mother, Mrs. Tillk Swenson, in Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jonsberg ^ their son, Kermit, Yeoman Third' cias, to Cedar Rapids Tuesday. Kerrnlt had been here on a 30-day leave and ij now returning to his ship, the U. S. S. Whitney, at Snh Pedro, Calif. n e n . ports to gain sufficient'points for dii. charge by Christmas and will then n , turn here. Mrs. Henry Keeslar went to Chicago Friday for a visit to her husband for a few days. Mr. and Mrs. John Luepker of Monona were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kurdclmeier. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell spent Sunday at Waukon. in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson and family. Mr. and Mrs. William Kugel and Miss Louise Kugel spent Sunday afternoon in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borcherding at Guttenberg. PHONE 244 CORN RAISERS! Plant a Test Acreage GOLD SEAL HYBRID CORN This, Season and COMPARE results with the best hybrids you've found! Produced by CARGILL Sold by FARMER STORE Postville They're Going Fast Because They're Good Orders for our BETTER BABf CHICKS, especially chosen for rapid growth and high egg production, are being placed daily and if you are not among those who have spoken for your needs, may we urge you to do so at once. Hatches are all booked for a number of our dates, by customers who know we have the kind of chicks they want. Unless we get your order soon, we cannot promise definite delivery time on your requirements. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ON OVERLAND'S CHICKS Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop. Phone 187 For Your Baby Chick Date Now! CHICK STARTER IN NEW FORM ANNOUNCED! «• » m > CARGILL Introduces Improved Starter that's CRUMBLIZED* for Easy Eating An important advance in the science of chick feeding has just been announced by Cargill. A new form of chick starter has been developed that provides chicks with easy-to-eat food bits sized just as nature intended. Not a mash • .. not a pellet... Cargill says "It's Crumblized*"! The new type Cargill starter incor. porates the same famous formula that has made Cargill such a fa vorite with poultry raisers. The crumblized- process makes it better than ever. Not too fine, not too large, chicks can eat more in waste. Since each mouthful is a virtual blend of all food values, it helps assure a more nearly balanced diet for all chicks. Greedy chicks can't pick out the choice ingredients ... so all the chicks benefit. Cargill Crumblized' Chick '".I lL™t\. T . hew I s no da "8« of Starter is packed in colorful.cotton clogged beak trouble, often caused by fine floury feeds. There is less print sacks. Get a supply before your new chicks arrive. s •Tradtmork Note: Exceptional demand expected —but nation-wide protein shortage will limit supplies. Book your season's needs early. We'll do our best to take care of as many customers as possible. Get your CARGIll Crumblized* Chick Sfarfw from The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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