Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 27, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUK THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, ,5^ Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllngbeil, Publisher Entered nt the Postoffice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. S1.50 Three Months, Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year 75c 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 ?5c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAI ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. MARCH 27, 1946. Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer were at Waterloo Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. LaYerne Schult.'. of Mason City spent the week end here with relatives. The George Ewing family last week moved from Monona to the Roy Bak- kura farm along highway 51 south of Waukon. Mrs. George Kluss arrived home on Sunday from Waukon where she had spent the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hertrumph. I Mr. and Mrs. X.cris Blegen and | daughter were at Docvrah Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Eleven's father. 74. who passed away Friday. Mrs. Fred J. Thoma was released Sunday from Postville hospital where she had been a patient for the pas: ten days. She is now at her home almost completely recovered from her illness. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son. Warren, spent Sunday with relatives in Alta Vista. The Milwaukee railroad handled 37 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Mr and Mrs. Cloy E. Waters of Des Moines were guests over the week end in the home of the former's aunt, Mrs. John Waters. Mrs. Earl Abcrnethy and Barbara and Curtis, accompanied by Miss Betty Ann Meier, were in Cedar Rapids Monday on business. Mrs. Orlando Kittlcson and Mrs. Bessie Sullivan of Earlville were guests Saturday in the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedo home. BRING IN YOUR EASTER CLEANING WORK NOW FOR BEST RESULTS, AND QUICK SERVICE. GORDANIER CLEANERS. Miss Margery Thoma returned Saturday from Decorah where she had been visiting her sister. Judyth. a student at Luther College. Henry C. Keeslar of Chicago came here to spend the week end with his wife and daughter, returning to the Windy City Monday morning. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus of Frankville and Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Allen went to Oakdale Sunday to visit Mrs. Clifford Hughes in the sanitarium. The Naomi Past Noble Grand Club is having a Food Sale on Saturday, March 30. at the former Irene Shop building, starting at three o'clock. The Misses Nina Martens and Darlene Schroeder spent Sunday in the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Schroeder, near Castalia. Miss LaVerna Meyer of Madison, Wis., and Kenneth Barker of Waterloo, were week end guests in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Ethel Meyer. Mrs. Lester Martens and daughter, Nina, were at Cedar Rapids last Thursday to visit in the home of their daughter and sister. Mrs. Lyle Johnson. Miss Margaret Huebner arrived here Friday from her studies at Northwestern University. Evanston. 111., to spend the spring vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner. Iris Theatre POSTVILLE, IOWA THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 2$, 29 and 30 "KISS AND TELL" —with Shirley Temple. Jerome Courtland. Walter Abel, and Bob Benchley Here is just the rib-tickling and heart-tugging film that you all have been waiting for. This youthful cast, headed by a brilliant and new Shirley Temple, is a joy to behold. Laughs are so numerous and so loud that some of the crackling and sparkling humor is bound to be missed, but it won't spoil your enjoyment one whit. From a box- office angle the film is really doing a grand business and it is well deserving of it. If you like comedy (and who doesn't?) then don't miss this clever and cute adolescent comedy. SUNDAY, MONDAY MAR. 31 and APR. 1 "THE STORK CLUB" —with Betty Hutton. Barry Fitzgerald, Don DeFore and Bob Benchley Blessed with a cleverly contrived and soundly constructed story, plus a wisely chosen cast, the film is a real '•Natural" in every sense of the word. The film is lushly mounted and expertly directed and it is sure-fire entertainment. It has everything music, comedy and romance and does Hutton really put some great songs over! Barry Fitzgerald steals the show just as he stole the show from Bing in "Going My Way." So. for a show with everything don't miss I "THE STORK CLUB." SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY APRIL 2 and 3 "A SONG TO REMEMBER" —with Paul Muni and * Merle Oberon Filmed in Beautiful Technicolor One of the most beautiful films in many a year and rated one of the 12 best films of 1944. Every lover of good music should be sure to see this grand film. ALSO "CALIFORNIA GOLD RUSH" A Swell "Western." 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. "THEY WERE 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' Y'ES" 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 Tierney "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. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of New Hampton visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebastian. Sunday. The Misses Opal and Violet Gordanier spent the week end in Cedar Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blackman and family. Marvin Nesbit, a discharged war veteran, came from California Friday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nesbit and family. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow and grandson. Danny Schult/., were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Loftsgard in West Union Sunday. Lyle Schroeder. a student at the Stale University of Iowa. Iowa City, spent Sunday here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson are the parents of u 10'-.!-pound daughter, born at Decorah hospital Tuesday morning. They have named the little girl Cheryl Ann. William Clifford and Ray Cooney, students at Iowa State College. Ames, spent Thursday and Friday here, visiting in the home of Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schneider. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Roberts and Frank and Nancy, left Monday for Fricndswood, Texas, where they will visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and family. Gus Miller and William Schultz officially opened the spring fishing season Sunday by going down to Yellow River where they caught two strings of suckers and chubs. Miss Elinor Palmer arrived here from Chicago Friday morning for a week end visit to her sister. Mrs. L. E. Dresser, and with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Palmer, at Waukon. Henry Engrav. an employee at the state highway garage, will bring his family here from Waukon the coming week end to occupy the Burdick residence to be vacated by the Harley J. HUls^amily. .iMrs, Gilbert Sanders left for Seattle. Wash., last Wednesday where a daughter was born March 19 to Dr. and Mrs. Frank W. Norden, former Waukon residents. Mrs. Norden is the former Gertrude Sanders of this city. ^ W. J. Bulman and EuiWnyiie accompanied their son and brother. Neil, to Ames Sunday where he will attend college. Before returning they visited in Des Moines and also visited Howard and family at Newton. Mrs. Robert Johnson < the former Evelyn Hills) arrived hero this morning from Great Lakes. III., where she received her discharge from the Waves in which she served in Hawaii. Her husband is still in the service, but expects to be discharged in September. Mrs. Johnson is at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hills. Clarence Tindell. who was recently Hlscharged from the navy, expects to move his family here the end of the week and they will occupy the rooms over the Tindell harness store when these are vacated by the Marvin Flack family. Clarence will again join his father in the operation of their harness and shoe store. While serving in the navy Clarence was in ships service as a shoe repair man. LATE WANT ADS ! Wanted To Buy—Feeder pigs. Merle W. Lnnge, phone 19-F-6. Postville.-^lp. For Sale—300 bushels of Tama seed oats, high germination, 991. A. C. Nesbit. R. 1. Castalia. Iowa.—22p. For Sale—F-12 tractor on rubber; equipped with battery and generator. In good shape. Arno Engclhardt. R. 1. Postville.—21p. of i Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 31c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can 29c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 51c Jack Sprat Milk, 3 tall cans 29c Jack Sprat Peas, Choice Surprise, 2 cans for 33c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, two 27-ounce cans for 35c Jack Sprat Tea, Orange-Pekoe, V\ pound for 25c Vi pound for 49c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, No. 2 can for 18o Cracking Good Crackers, Saltine, Thin, 1 pound pkg 19c Dill, Pickles, 16 ounce jar 20c Thrifty Wax Paper, 36 13-lnch sheets for 10c Kitchen Charm Wax Paper, 125-foot roll for 19c Mayflower Vanilla, 8 oz. bottle. 10c Rockwood's Cocoa, 2 8-oz. pkgs,..19c Mayflower Green Beans, 19-ounce can for 13c Chocolate Cream Coffee, this week-end only, 1 lb. bag 29c Folger's Coffee, 1 pound jar 35c Rockwood Baking Chocolate, 8 ounce bar for 15c Sun-Sweet Prune Juice, quart bottle for 37c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c Van Camp Beans, 16 oz, can 16c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 16 ounce can for I2o Herring, Boneless and Skinned, per jar 40c California Navel Oranges, per dozen 20c to 55c FRUITS and VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store Harold Christofferson has just finished a remodeling job on his home that adds much to the attractiveness and comfort of the place. Mrs. Bruce Webster and two children arrived here last Wednesday from their two weeks visit to relatives and friends in Webster City. Mrs. Gordon Stewart came Friday from her home in Appleton, Wis., for a visit in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wagner and two children left yesterday for their home in Clinton. Minn., following a week's visit here and at Luana to relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth J. Meyer and , family and Mrs. Henry F. Eggert went ; to Marquette Sunday where they were j guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. j Joe Kluss and family. < Mr. and Mrs. Gilman Knudtson . . Sioux Falls. So. Dak., spent the week end here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg and family. Mrs. Knudtson is a sister of Mr. Nyberg. Mrs. Reuben Christofferson came on Sunday from Cedar Rapids for a week's visit in the home of her son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christofferson. and with other relatives and friends. Among those here to attend the funeral of Myra Daubenbcrger yeMerday were Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stutzman and daughter. Margaret, of Lansing. Mrs. G. A. Nicolay of Minneapolis. Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. V. D. Coyle and Mrs. Barry of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. Mrs. Florence Schutte and Hubert Sebastian, the latter of New Hampton, returned homo Sunday following their slay at Rochester. Minn., where their father. Frank Sebastian, submitted to an operation on Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Taguo of Cedar Rapids spent the week end here in tin Euclid Marston home. Coming with them for the week end were Miss Vii ginia Marslon. student at Cornell Col lege. Mt. Vernon, and Mrs. Winifred Sullivan oi Cedar Rapids. Two babies were burn to F.lgir couples at Postville ho>pital the pa*! week, a daughter. Sandra Jorum weight 8 pounds. March U0. to Mr. and Mrs. Severin Blockhus. and a soi weighing 7 lbs.. 1 oz.. this morning t Mr. and Mrs. Larry Grimm. The Glen Tindell harness and shoe store is undergoing extensive remodel ing this week. The showroom is be ing enlarged to handle a larger stock . of merchandise and the repair depart- i ment with its new machinery will occupy a room by itself in the rear of the building. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Flack and family will leave this week end foi Clermont where on April 1 Marvin ! will open a harness and shoe store in which business he has become quite proficient under the expert guidance of his father-in-law, Glen Tindell, in the latter's shop here. John Powers spent the week en< with his brother-in-law and sister-in law, Mr. and Mrs. John Long, in Waterloo, returning here Monday. On Friday Mr. Powers will leave for Washington, D. C, where he expects to spend some time with his daughter, Marion, who is employed in a government office. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Ryan and family and Mrs. John Dragvold and son, James, of Lanesboro, Minn., were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and family. James Dragvold recently returned to his home from overseas service. He wears an artificial leg replacing the one he lost while in service. His brother was killed in action. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster returned home last Wednesday from a trip that took them first to Terra Haute, Ind., where they visited Miss Esther Oehring, a teacher in the public schools in that city. From there they went to Tryon, North Carolina, where they spent a few days with Mr. and Mrs. J. Kenneth Sanders and family, who recently moved to that southern city. Mrs. Louis Schutte, accompanied by Mrs. Louise Miller of Clermont, left last Saturday for Portland, Oregon, Mr. Schutte taking them to Prairie du Chien, Wis., from where they went by train. The ladies will visit relatives in Portland and then go to Los Angeles, Calif., for a visit to relatives in that city. At Portland, too, they will visit Paul Schutte who is presently at the navy base near that city. Frank Sebastian submitted to an operation last week in a hospital «in Rochester, Minn., and his many friends will be pleased to learn that his condition shows considerable improvement since the ordeal. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. William Sebastian were at Rochester last Wednesday to visit the patient and members of his family who have been at his bedside to assist In his care. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris and their grandson, Richard Stokes, who a year ago went to Chelan, Wash., arrived here Sunday and are now at home on the Elmer Zleman farm south of town recently vacated by the Hfcrman Kohnke family. Enroute here they were delayed a few days by a heavy snowstorm at Sheridan, Wyoming, that blocked 4 roads and made travel by car impossible. While in Washington, Mr. Harris worked in the apple orchards. BRIGHTEN UP with Paint: - - and at our store we have a full line of all garden seeds, onion sets, flower seeds to fill your needs. Remember — We have the new popular Sehultze & Burch Yanx and Saltine Crackers in stock— always fresh ! GLENN J. JARMES We Feature Fine Foods ORIVZ WITH Cq /^j It 's Time To Change! Spring is here . . . and don't think for a minute your car doesn't know it. Winter oils and greases should now be replaced with spring lubricants; the radiators should be flushed and cleaned; transmissions and differentials should get the right greases. We use only Standard Oil Company products for these essential changes, made to fit Iowa climate and driving oonditions. , Bring your car in now and get it ready for spring and summer driving. We'll make the oldest car run like new. CASTEN OIL CO. Standard Oil Service Station Telephone 275

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