Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 13, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. WEDNESDAY, MARCI1 », Postville Herald ffm. J. Kllngbell. Publisher Entered nt the Postoffice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION* PRICK $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months, S1.50 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 EDITORIAL. JflL^&CUSOCIATION WEDNESDAY, MARCH 13. 1<M6. Mr. and Mrs. John Falb and family spent Sunday with relatives in Fayette. Jack Thill was up from Dubuque several daMs last week, visiting in the Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morgan home. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schatz and family of West Union were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder home. The Misses Marian Hammond and Maqorie Olson spent the week end shopping in Oehvein and also visited in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hammond, former Postville residents. IRIS Theatre j Postville, Iowa J THURSDAY, FRIDAY • and SATURDAY | MARCH 14, 15 and 16 • "DUFFY'S I TAVERN" • Outside of the Edgar Bergan- Charlie McCarthy radio show- more people listen to this than all other programs. You have heard these people on the "air" —now see them on the screen with the original cast. Everyone on the Paramount payroll appears in the film as guest stars. There is Bing Crosby, Bob Hope, Dorothy Lamour. Sunny Tufts, Veronica Lake. Eddie Bracken, Paulette Goddard, Ray Milland, Diana Lynn and many others— 32 real Big Name stars. You will not want to miss this grand musical comedy and Betty Hutton will give you more fun than she ever has. For grand entertainment. . . this is really a "big one." SUNDAY, MONDAY MARCH 17 and 18 "FALLEN ANGEL" with Alice Faye, Dana Andrews and Linda Darnell This is not a musical film. It is one of the most gripping and exciting melodramas of this present crop of features. Alice Faye proves beyond all doubt that she can do something besides singing sentimental ballads. The story is one that will keep you on edge throughout its unfolding and with Grade A acting by the entire cast you really have something. As a SPECIAL ATTRACTION you will be offered the Academy Award Short Subject Winner— "THE SHOOTING OF DAN McGOO" This Technicolor cartoon is really something! SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. SPECIAL !! EXTRA HEAVY ALUMINUM CAKE PANS, 62 CENTS. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Elliott and son, Richard, spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Snitker at Cherry Mound. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton and family were at Monona Sunday as guests in the home of Mrs. Emma Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. Herman ChristolTerson and family were in GuUonburg Sunday where they visited in the Frank Minger home. Dick Hale came from Edgcrton. Wis.. for a week end visit in the home of his brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil were at Waukon Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil, their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. James Gregg and daughter. Dianne. and Mrs. John L. Gregg went to Waterloo Monday to spend the day with relatives. Mrs. Gunda Mart indole left Saturday for Mason City where this week she is a guest in the home of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mickey. Clifford Hughes returned home Monday morning from Oakdale where he j had been over the week end to visit | his wife who is still a patient in the sanitarium. j Mr and Mrs. Ben Hulbert. who re- j cently moved from Clermont to the 1 95-acre farm they bought near Wa; dena. were Postville business visitors j on last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Luhman and ' daughter. Valerie, went to Des Moines I yesterday where Mr. Luhman trans- I acted business connected with the j Luhman & Huebner store. I j Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rima and sons, j Curtis Abernethy. Miss Jean Fitzgerald j and Miss Bertiice Walsh were at Dc- I corah Sunday to attend a welcomc- i home reception for a relative of Mr. : Rima. i ' Rev. Eldon Seamans, pastor of the I Postville Community church, was at Waukon Sunday evening where he preached at the union services held by the Waukon churches during the Lenten season. That shiny new Dodge you see on our streets is being driven by Elmer Zieman who got the first one sold by Hecker Bros. And Fred Groth is driving the first released Plymouth from the same Arm. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Buddenberg and daughters, Margret and Audrey, were at the Washington Prairie church near Decorah Monday afternoon to attend the funeral services for Mrs. John Moen, mother of Mrs. Buddenberg. L. R. Jackson spent the week end with his family in Marshalltown and upon his return here Sunday afternoon, he was accompanied by Mrs. Jackson and daughter, Maxine. The latter left for her teaching position in Blooming Prairie, Minn., while Mrs. Jackson returned to Marshalltown on Monday afternoon. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MARCH 19 and 20 "BEWITCHED" with Anne Thaxter and James Craig: A darn good "Western" entitled ALSO "THE DAYS OF BUFFALO BILL" —with Sunset Carson and Pegfy Stewart Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 2 27-oz. cans for 33c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 7-oz, pkgs. 25c Jack Sprat Whole Corn. Yellow, 2 20-oz. cans for 33c Jack Sprat Peas, Surprise, 2 20-oz. cans for 33c Jack Sprat Milk. 3 tali cans 29c Jack Sprat Self-Polishing Wax, per pint only 39c Jack Sprat Wheat Cereal, 28 ounce package for 16c Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, per can 15c Jack Sprat Tea, Dark, 8-oz. pkg..49c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, lb. bag 31c Hills Coffee, Drip Grind, ib. jar 35c Wax Paper, 36 sheets 10c Wax Paper, 125-foot pkg 19c Napkins, Marcel, 100 in pkg. 10c Marcel Interfolded Dry Wax Paper, 500 sheets, Junior Size .490 Sun-X Bleach, 2 quarts 25c Tidy House Painted Surface Cleaner, quart 59c Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans for 25c Bruce Floor Cleaner, quart 68c, California Navel Oranges, per dozen 20c to 55c FRUITS and VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store R. H. Rnschke, manager of the Interstate Power Company in the Decorah district, was here on business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Burrow of Elgin came Sunday to attend the silver wedding party for Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. We have a change of address for Mr. and Mrs. Karl K. Mnrstoti. from Dallas. Texas, to 4457 Spain Street.'New Orleans 17, La. BRING IN YOUR EASTER CLEANING WORK NOW FOR BEST RESULTS, AND QUICK SERVICE. GORDANIER CLEANERS. Mrs. Wm, J. Kiingbeil spent the week end in the home of her son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. W. 11. Sciler. and family, in Iowa City. The city council at Waukon has hist passed an ordinance limiting beer permits there is one for every 500 population. There are now 12 permits issued in that city. Pfc. and Mrs. Harold Mohs are visiting this week in the homes of Mrs. Leonard Froning and family at Readlyn, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohs and family at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blumhagen and son and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and daughters were at Strawberry Point Sunday to visit William Btisack- er, whom they found quite well. Warner M. Harris returned home on Monday morning from Cedar Rapids where he had been since last Thursday on a visit in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Harris. R. T. O'Brien, auditor for the Iowa state tax commission, will be at Memorial Hall on Friday. March 15 to assist those who may need help in making out their income tax returns for the year 1945. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy took Francis to Prairie du Chien. Wis.. Sunday night from where he left for Notre Dame. Ind.. to resume his work at the university after a 10-day leave spent here. Joseph B. Steele went to Dubuque Sunday to attend the reception given for Captain Karl Kenline. Joe's former roommate while the two men attended the college of law at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City. A card from Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey who have been spending the past month or more in Daytuna Beach. Florida, informs us that they are on their way back to Postville, having planned on leaving there on March 11. Harold Lawson and children of McGregor were guests Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lawson. Harold's wife is a patient in the University hospital in Iowa City where she was taken about ten days ago. Louis Schutte took Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebastian and daughter, Mrs. Florence Schutte, to Rochester, Minn., Monday where Mr. Sebastian, who has been in ill health the past two weeks, was admitted to the hospital for treatment and care. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. SchulU and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Foels and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foels and family went to Waukon Sunday where they attended the dinner party given in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foels in honor of Arthur's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Troy and daughter, who are here on a visit in the home of Mrs. Troy's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg, spent the week end with relatives and friends in their former home in Jesup and at Cedar Falls. Mr. Troy has re-enlisted in the air corps of the Marines and he and his family expect to leave soon for the marine base at San Diego, Calif. He spent 3H- years in the service during the recent war. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herman of St. Olaf were Postville business callers Monday. Mr. Herman Sunday evening received a telegram telling him that his brother, Seaman First Class Lorimer Herman, had passed away at the submarine base in New London, Conn., following an accident. Lorimer had served his hitch during the war and had reenlisted only recently for further service. The remains will bo shipped back to St. Olaf for burial. /A'daughter, weighing nine pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. James Hangartner at Postville hospital this morning. \ Mrs. Bruce Webster and children left Sunday for Webster City where they will spend a week or ten days visiting relatives and friends. A card from Mr. and Mrs. William Ewing locates them in BaUerstleld. Calif., where they have purchased a home at 210 Nilcs Street. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson moved Saturday to Manchester where Mr. Nelson has accepted a position with the Larson Roofing and Insulating Co. Mr. and Mrs. Halver Walden of Spring Valley, Minn., drove here Sunday to he present at the silver wedding party for Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. Shipments of livestock have been "on the light side" the past few weeks, only 25 decks going out of the local yards over the Milwaukee road the past week. ^ Jean Marston of the Waves spent the week end here in the Euclid Marston home, having been granted a liberty from her duties at the Naval Air Base in Ottumwa. _ Ivan Blackmer of Dubuque spent the week end here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith G>ay and son. Roland, and on Monday returned to his position in the Key City with the Investors Syndicate. 1 Miss Murtis Gordanier returned home Thursday from Btirbank and Los Angeles. Calif., where she had spent ten days visiting in the homo of her sister and brother-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. j Francis McCaffrey, and other relatives i and friends. i Mrs. Elmer Sander called up bright j and early last Thursday morninu' to I tell us her husband had soon several i robins last week. One of the harbing- | ers of spring has been cavorting about I the Sander premises since the balmy ; weather of ten days ago. J Mrs. Harvey Douglass and daughter. ] Diane, left for Denton. Texas, last I Thursday night where they will spend ten days with the Misses Ann and j Ruth Douglass. The former is a stu- I dent and the latter is a teacher in the j Texas State College for Women in | Denton. The Postville folks will also (attend the Redbud Festival being held I there this week. j A publicity card from Earl Carroll's ! famous theater-restaurant in Ilolly- i wood. Calif., says: "Recent visitors at j Earl Carroll's were Mr. and Mrs. Ro' bert Prussia of Postville. who are vacationing in Los Angeles. Seated at nearby tables for the Carroll Sketchbook Revue were Barbara Hale. Bill Williams. Lyle Talbott and Jimmy Durante." Mrs. Prussia is the former Bernadine Meyer. Peter Bartholomew of New Brunswick, N. J., sends us his subscription remittance and says."I am still working very hard at Camp Kilmer. N. J.. since I was transferred here on January 2. I am in the Quartermaster branch icommissary) putting up issues for troop trains coming and going out of this camp. On Sunday I put up food for ten trains in the dry storage department. The men coming from overseas number about 6,000 per day and two days later we have them happily on their way to camps in your sector and all points south, west'and north. A week ago I went with one of the troop trains to California that had 480 men, and brought back with me <J2 men who are due to go overseas from here, and another 300 got on our train at Delaware Gap. Pa., to go overseas too. Mickey Rooney stopped here at our Camp and we fed him at the P-X where he clowned around a bit before going to Ft. Dix to await his discharge Best regards to all, PETE." / Postville hospital has been advised that it has been designated as n Red Cross distribution center for dried plasma by the Iowa State Department of Health. / Willis Tyler of Alia Vista and Miss Wilma Bergman of IVmor were guests Sunday in the home of the former's brother. Harry Tyler, and family. Willis recently was discharged from service. ltev. F. 1!. l.udwig was at Decorah Monday to attend the Lutheran Rural Church Life Seminar sponsored by the National Lutheran Council. The program, held at Luther College, featured a manlier of prominent speakers. L. J. Masonhall went lo Dows Saturday, called there l>y Die serious illness of his sister. Du ring his absence, Glen lllakemau. his son-in-law, is assisting Wnuield with turning out fried cakes and oilier delicacies at the bakery. Air. and Mrs. Emit Schultz. Mrs. Harvey Schull.t and Mrs. Harold Turner went to Cedar Rapids .Monday, taking Petty Officer Cartas Schultz there to make connections for his trip back to Fallon. Idaho, where he is stationed as a Radioman Second Class at the naval station. Public), AN APPRECIATION. I wish to take this means to thank nil those who contributed to tj,, parly Riven In my honor Thutsfo, night. I don't believe I am descnin, of this, Inasmuch as I performed on l, my assigned duties ns I saw Ihom. f«. the party, the dinner ami beautif j gift, as well as the many words Jj ucighborliness and good cheer spn^J by the Rev. F. R. Ludwig. duett C Semis and others, I again wish to n press my heartfelt thank humility. Gaddcs A, Brook s 1,1 fuller* THANK YOU. For the many calls, cards, \^ ( ^ gifts and flowers 1 received f' rw .' friends and relatives while I Waj ' patient in Postville hospital. I wish t, express my appreciation and (1 , Thank You. 1 appreciated these vert much. Mrs. Ed. F. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris u h- have been living in Chelan. Wash. the past year or more, evidently 3re ' ^ turning to Iowa. A card addressed tj this office says, "Please do i u , t mi , our Herald to us here after tlu S wwkj issue. If things go as we plan, wow* call at your office and explain" I At the Elevator | COMING SOON | | ANOTHER CAR | | FEEDING I I OATS 1 • I Hall Roberts' Son I Postville, Iowa loinaiiwiiiM WE NOW HAVE i A limited supply of I VICLAND and TAMA CERTIFIED SEED OATS KINGSKROST and CARGILL • HYBRID SEED CORN Some Early Varieties Farmers Store I POSTVILLE, IOWA Experts and amateurs alike acclaim LOWE UROTIIKRS P^AX, the universal beauty gloss for all enameling. And no wonder! PLAX makes it easy to obtain expert results. Adaptable to any surface PLAX hides effectively, covers solidly aad flows freely. Whit's more, PLAX resists wear and weather and many stains and acids—is dramatic "abuse tests" prove. And PLAX, the universal beauty finish, is economical, too, because ordinarily only one coat is needed for refinishing. Postville Lumber Co. H. J. MEYER, Manager Telephone No. 196 They're Going Fast Because They're Good Orders for our BETTER BABY 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 bate Nov!

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