Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 20, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTV1LLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 20, Postville Herald Wm. J. Klingbell, Publisher Entered at thfc Postoftice nt Postville, Iov.a, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION TRICE $2.00 Tor Year In Iowa Bbt 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—Ic a Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAL__ •^ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. MARCH 20. 1946. L. E. Palmer was in Des Moines on business Monday. Earl Henry, former Postville clothier, was here from Cresco on business Tuesday. Harry Swenson of Faribault. Minn., is here for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook and family were at Waterloo Sunday as guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook. WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK CERTIFIED EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES. THE FARMERS STORE, POSTVILLE. Mrs. Foster Burroughs and son. John, left Saturday, for their home in Waterloo following a week's visit here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Smith. Marion Llnd of Manchester was here on business Monday. Harry A. Ncff of West Union was a Postville business visitor Monday forenoon. The Milwaukee railroad handled 17 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hawk of Marion were here Sunday to visit the hitter's brother. Francis Hart. Mr. and Mrs._George A. Schultz were up at Ossian Sunday as guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doane. Mr. and Mrs. LaVcrn L. Palas. who have been living at Clermont, last week moved to West Union to make their home. Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Voelz and Darlene. and Eileen Schrador of I.uana spent Saturday and Sunday with relatives in Charles City. BRING IN YOUR EASTER CLEANING WORK NOW, FOR BEST RESULTS. AND QUICK SERVICE. GORDANIER CLEANERS. Elmer Fogt. Leo Samek and Christ Megorden of Waukon were in Postville last Thursday evening to attend the Commercial Club meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg and their daughters were at Jackson Junction last Wednesday evening to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Winn. , : Mr. and Mrs. Orville Nuehring who live north of town became the parents of a son at Postville hospital Monday morning. He weighed 7-\ pounds at birth. Mr. and Mrs. John D. Brueckner returned Monday from Mendota. 111., where they had been called at attend the funeral of the former's uncle who passed away last week. SherifT Peter Hendrickson of Waukon was a Postville business visitor Tuesday afternoon. Mr. Hendrickson is a candidate for the office he now holds by appointment since the death of former sheriff Leonard Bulman. Iris Theatre POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 21, 22 and 23 Joseph Cotton and Jennifer Jones in— "LOVE LETTERS" This tender and touching romance of a young soldier and his girl who is suffering from amnesia is really a tremendous drama. We are late in playing this one but early this winter the film has been a big boxoffice attraction. It is, of course, a "Woman's" picture. And there isn't a woman to be found who won't love this splendid love story. The acting is tremendous and the story is very, very gripping. If it is drama at its best that you like—do not fail to see this one. SUNDAY, MONDAY MARCH 24 and 25 Jack Haley and Helen Walker plus Art Linkletter, Ozzie Nelson and the entire cast of the radio show on the screen In— "PEOPLE ARE FUNNY" There is nothing "Big" in this swell little show but there is oodles of entertainment and it's taken from the most popular radio program on the air. There is music, comedy and everything that makes up fine and clean fun. The story behind the program is solid and exciting and all in all this is something that many who listen to this radio show will want to see on the screen. There are musical specialties and other entertainers that make it lively fun. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. SI. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MARCH 26 and 27 "CARRIBEAN MYSTERY" —with James Dunn and Sheilia Ryan Advertised to play here some time ago, but it failed to arrive. Here is a real good mystery film with a good cast. ALSO "COLORADO PIONEERS" —with Wild Bill Elliott An action-packed "Western." Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! ATTENTION MOVIE FANS ! The following outstanding pictures are booked for an early showing at the Iris Theatre and it will be advisable for those interested in fine films to cut this list from this issue of your Postville Herald for future reference. "KISS AND TELL" with Shirley Temple "THE STORK CLUB" with Betty Hutton "THEY WEKE EXPENDABLE" with Bob Montgomery and John Wayne "MY REPUTATION" with Barbara Stanwyck "WHAT NEXT CORPORAL HARGROVE" with Bob Walker "ONE THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS" with Cornell Wilde "OVER 21" with Irene Dunne "SHE WOULDN'T SAY YES" with Rosalind Russell "BELLS OF ST. MARY" with Bing Crosby "LOST WEEK END" with Ray Milland The best film of 1945 The Academy Award Winner "THE HARVEY GIRLS with Judy Garland "DOLL FACE" with Vivian Blaine and John Payne "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" with Gene Tierncy "PARDON MY PAST" with Fred MacMurray "CINDERELLA JONES" with Joan Leslie "THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE" with Dorothy McGuire "ROAD TO UTOPIA" with Bing and Bob "MASQUERADE IN MEXICO" with Dorothy Lamour "SAILOR TAKES A WIFE" with Bob Walker "BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST" Every one of these fine films will play at the Iris from March 28 to June 10. These films are not booked at intervals but come one right after another. It is- the finest and best group of pictures ever offered by this theatre —or any other! L. E. PALMER, Manager. Miss Merle Bruenc spent Sunday with her parents in Oladbrook. Mr. and Mrs. EIric Ruckdnschel were at Waterloo on business last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnknlb. Mrs. Boies Capper and Miss Anna H. Leui spent Tuesday in Cedar Rapids. WE NOW HAVE IN STOCK CERTIFIED EARLY OHIO SEED POTATOES. THE FARMERS STORE, POSTVILLE. 'Mr. and Mrs. Earl Valley of I.a Crosse. Wis., spent Sunday here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis and family. Mrs. Harvey Douglass and daughter, Diane, returned home Monday night from their visit to Ann Douglass and Ruth Douglass in Denton. Texas. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Henry Krambeer and Mrs. Minnie Collins of Luana were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis C. Krambeer. •—Miss Dolores Bergen of Guilder on Monday accepted a position in the H. H. Schroeder grocery store. She formerly_held a clerkship in the Guilder store. Harlan Chamberlain, a commerce student at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, spent the week end here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Chamberlain. Petty Officer Dean Meyer of Chicago spent the week end here in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Meyer. He is expecting his discharge from the Navy real soon. Miss Margaret Cole was a visitor here in the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole, last week, returning Friday to Waterloo where she is a nurse in St. Francis hospital. . Donald J. Humphrey, who was recently discharged from the army air corps, left Saturday for Newark. New Jersey, where he has a accepted a position with the American Insurance Company. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. George C. Sebastian. Mrs. Florence Schuttc and daughter. Carol, went to Rochester. Minn.. Tuesday to spend the day with Frank Sebastian who is a patient in the hospital. Albert Bareis was here from Washington. 111.. Monday on business and to visit in the home of his mother, Mrs. Fred Bareis. in Castalia. and with his wife's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. F. Krogman. in Postville. N Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kiesau arrived home Sunday from their stay of several weeks in Orlando, Florida. They returned by way of Yardley. Pa., in which city they visited in the home of their daughter, Mrs. D. N. Eames and family. \ W. C. Chamberlain and daughter. Mrs. John Leibroek and the latter's daughter, Jacqueline, of Haw key e were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. Chamberlain's mother, Mrs. A. L. Chamberlain. They were accompanied by Mrs. Carlton Chamberlain, a British war bride, who came to this country from Bristol, England, on March 5. Her husband is still in the service, but expects his discharge soon. Roy Brainnrd attended the sub-state basketball tournament at Cedar Falls last week end. Miss Ruth WeUcl of Cedar Rapids spent the week end here in the home of her mother. Mrs. George Welzel. the ab- iAIiss Irene Meier is spending week in Chicago and during her sence Mrs. Elbe ChristolTerson is assisting at Glenn Jarmes' grocery. Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Humrhroy arrived homo Saturday from Florida where they had been vacationing at Daytona Beach and Miami Beach. Miss Darlene Douglass, student at the State University of Inwa at Iowa City, spent the week end here in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs Ray R. Douglass. For Sale —Double windows and frames. 18 by 20: screens and storm windows included. All in good shape. Will Nolle, R. 1, Waukon; telephone through Ludlow.—20p. Dick Peterson of Des Moines came Friday night for a visit to his father. A. L. Peterson. He left Sunday for Minneapolis, Minn., where he expects to be employed hereafter. Carl Schultz of Luana reported to iis Wednesday that six cows at his place had produced seven heifer calves within a two weeks period, one cow giving birth of twin heifer calves. Mrs. Fred J. Thoma was taken ill a week ago and last Wednesday was removed from her home to (lie hospital for treatment and care. She is now reported as being well on the road to recovery. Alfred Hansmeier. county auditor, and Leon Henderson, county treasurer, were here from Waukon last Thursday calling on friends in interest of their candidacies for renominatiou to the ofTicos they now hold. Miss Dorothy Miller. Neil and Du- Wayne Bulman were at Jetrerson Saturday to visit in the home of Mr and Mrs. Lyle J. Monlhei and daughter, Dorothy Marie, and on Sunday were guests in the home of .Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman in Newton. Elrle Ruckdaschol and John Falb. accompanied by Walter and George Falb of Elgin, went to Des Moines today to attend the meeting of the lown Automobile Dealers Assn. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE UOGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON. IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. Gaddes A. Brooks received word Monday thai their grandson. James l.auge. son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson l.am:c of Decorah. fell and fractured his arm while playing at the school house. Miss Gerone Srlmltz was homo the fore part of this week from her leaching duties .it Elgin, where schools were closed because of the embargo placed on heavy travel on roads which prevented school buses from bringing students to their classes. The Klgin schools resumed their classes today. Samuel IVllaven of McGregor was a Postville business visitor Tuesday, coming here to purchase seeds at the Hall Ilolierts' Son seed house. A lifelong resident of McGregor and community. Mr. Dollaven recalls when his father was the recruiting officer for the Civil War and told us of many early historical events occurring in northeastern Iowa. Mrs. Auldon Cornish has been advised that her son. Eugene Cooloy. last week was discharged from the army hospital in Battle Creel;, Mich. He has returned to La Crosse. Wis., to accept a position with the same linn which employed him before the war. Eugene was injured in action in France during the war and had been hospitalized since his return to tins country. Mr. and Mrs W. I.. Meyer, who spent several months in llellilower. Calif.. 'visiting in the home of their son-in- law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds and son. Gary, returned home Friday afternoon. They were accompanied by the Hounds family who .-old their California home recently and will live in Monona which was their home before going to California 'during the u.u to nor); in , m airplane ! factory. Oscnr Hanson wont to LocltWi Pn.. on business last week and on j ^l day flew home n new Piper Cub pi »J for the Hanson-Schroder Flyin B s»,| ice at Clermont. ' ^'1 Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts MI Frank and Nancy spent the week M| up nt Minneapolis, Minn.. biiM^I and also visited with Hall Unben, I student In the Blnke School F„ r » I tit Hopkins. Minn. ™ 1 The Rev .'Frederick R. I.\ulwi s 0 ; s , Paul's Lutheran church, accomp,-^ by Rev. Paul Adix of laitin.i and Ht, Victor Hackbnrth of Ganiavillo. ^ at Decorah Monday to attend a'^ ing of the Lutheran Welfare Socictv * Marshal Kldo Gericke and Ktijl Gregg were nt New Hampton M 0 ^| evening to attend the regular meetisu of peace officers of northeastern lo* v | Attendance nt these meetings j s tt( I staidly increasing, 82 being present K| Monday night's session. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson isj Miss Iva Peterson were at LMJJJ Sunday to attend the concert by %, a cappelUr choir of Waldorf Collej Forest City. Miss Peterson wasarr.ee. ber of this musical organization 1* year when she attended Waldorf. Mr. and Mrs. William II. Baltz ^ , grandchildren. Jonnn and Duanc Bis • returned home yesterday from &• ; three weeks trip to Warner-Robbia • Ga , where they visited in the horse i Mr. and Mrs. Victor Walter. Thevjj; ! took a side trip of 500 miles with ft I and Mrs. Walter, going to scveS > places in FIorida."They have a lot t{ pretty Mowers down there, but given Iowa and its delightful climate." \!a Baltz confided to us yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voelker. g. companied by Mr. and Mrs. lies; 1 Aulerich of Monona, will leave t. morrow afternoon for Ames to the graduation exercises at Iowa Sta ; College Friday, Howard Voelke a member of the class u> «JR diplomas. On Saturday they ,;| f to West Bend to visit in the V-. si Mrs. Milton Voelker home. i a i Sunday all will go to Clarion ti r.tf . jhe wedding of Howard Vot t : Miss June McCormick. Weekend Specials JACK SPRAT APPLE BUTTER. 28 ounce jar 38c Jack Sprat Wheat Puffs, 8 ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 11 ounce package far 9c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk, 2 tall cans for 10c Jack Sprat Salt, two 2-lb. pkgs. 15c Jack Sprat Oats, Quick or Regular, 3 lb. pkg. 28c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, 3 7-o*. pkgs. 17c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for 18c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 48 ounce can for. 29c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 20-ounce can for I2c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coftce, 1 pound bag for 31c Hills Bros. Coffee, Drip Grind, per pound 35c Rochester Milk, tall can 11c Hormcl's Pig's Feet, pint jar 24o Morton's Chicken La King 40c Large Calif. Lima Beans, lb, 15c Van Camp Beans in tomato sauce, 20 oz. can for...-, 10c Cracking Good Crackers, 1 pound box for I9c Ohio Blue Tip Matches, 6 boxes 35c True American Matches, 6 boxes 25o California Navel Oranges, per dozen 20o to 59o FRUITS and VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store CLEAN UP PAINT 1 WE HAVE THE SUPPLIES YOU NEED The Spring Clean-Up is in full swing. To do the job right we have full stocks of tools and accessories to help you make the job easier. Make our store headquarters for your clean-up, paint-up, fix-up needs. FIX UP PAINT VjeTOOlS V CLEANING SUPPLIES RIGID STEPLADDERS $3.79 SIZE For window-washing and a host of other clean-up jobs you'll need a sturdy stepladder like this. Has non-slip steps and steel rod braces, and bucket shelf. STEEL BLADE Very sturdy garden hoe. Holds its edge, has oak han- SPADING FORK $1.49 Strong, four- tined spading fork, priced low for such quality. OIL MOP AND POLISH 98c Soft, absorbent mop and quality oil polish, specially priced, GOOD BROOM $1.19 A better quality, multiple sewed, long straw broom. Buy 2 'or the clean-up season. Purpose DUKE $1.19 Straight rake for all dean-up.jobs —has b 'ack finish tines, slight grain oak handle. 10 -Gallon Galv. GARBAGE PAIL H.59 Has rust-resisting finish, snug- fitting lid and sturdy handle. 20-Gallon Size d »Q QQ Only 3 >£.Ot7 LOUIS L. HILL Hea t ,ng-H,rdw are -P| nmbi „ g

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