Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 3, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE rOUK V THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA, WEDNESDAY, APRIL Postville Herald Win. J. Kllngbell, Publisher Bntered at the PostofNce at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2 .00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months, $1.50 Three Months, ?5c 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—le a Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAI " ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. APRIL 3. 1946. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koevenig transacted business in Cedar Rapids Friday. Mr. and Mrs. William Hager and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Severson. of Milwaukee. Wis., were here last Friday to attend the funeral service of Mrs. Chas. Luebka. IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 4, 5 and 6 "THEY WERE EXPENDABLE" with Robert Montgomery. John Wayne. Jack Holt, Ward Bond, and countless others Every movie reviewer and every person who has seen this stupendous production in the larger city theaters consider it to have the Academy Award for 1946 safely tucked away. The producers have lavished time, brains, and heart on this film with the result that it is simply "Super" For two hours and a half it holds audiences enthralled, misty eyed and chuckling. The film is brilliantly cast and is filmed with the cooperation of the Navy and the Coast Guard. The story was a "best seller" and has to do with the struggle of two Naval Lieutenants to obtain recognition of their P. T. boats. Recognition finally comes in a manner so gripping and tremendous that your heart will pound. OWING TO THE LENGTH OF THIS GREAT SHOW, THERE WILL BE ONE EACH NIGHT- COMMENCING AT 8:00 P. M. SUNDAY, MONDAY APRIL 7 and S "MY REPUTATION" —with Barbara Stanwyck and George Brent Here is an excellent drama with fine acting and a well knit story full of tender and human emotions. Barbara Stanwyck's performance is superb and carries so much emotional appeal that it leaves you misty-eyed. Two new youngsters, Scotty Beckett and Bobby Cooper, who plays Miss Stanwyck's older son, each steal the show. A widow's battle against slander and her efforts to keep the love of her two sons, make this an unusual drama. In fact it is easily the best dramatic film of this 1945-46 season. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY APRIL 9 and 10 "FOLLOW THAT WOMAN" —with William Gargan and Nancy Kelly An exciting mystery-drama. ALSO "SONG OF ARIZONA" —with Roy Rogers, Dale Evans and Gabby Hayes Roy's finest and newest. Tuesday & Wednesday —- ABE —— CASH NIGHTS! i) • iJUeon Olson began working in the Postville Lockcr _J5ervlco ns a meat cutter last Friday.J Mr. and Mrs: 6len Tlndcll were at Garnavillo Sunday to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. James Palmer home. Mrs. Agnes Mott of Calmar was a guest the fore part of the week In the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reinckc. Mrs. James Gregg,.Mrs. Ted Anderson. Mrs. James Lennon and Mrs. Jessie Fitzpatrick went to Mason City on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Wiebkie and son. Wally. ot Chicago were callers Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manja. Miss Mcrna Aitchison went to Farley last Wednesday to attend the funeral of her grandmother, Mrs. W. C. Ailchison. aged 86. Stanley Schroedcr of Chicago came Saturday for a week's visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroedcr. His wife will join him here next weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Alois J. Swenson moved Saturday from Clermont onto his mother's farm west of Postville. which was vacated last week by Gordon Lawson. Mrs. fee Bloxham of Hay Springs. Nebr.. who was visiting relatives in Waukon. spent Friday here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook and family. SUPER MAID SUPREME CAST ALUMINUM WARE — WATERLESS COOKING EQUIPMENT. A FOUR PIECE SET AT $16.85. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mrs. C. F. Smith and son. Bill, of Waterloo came Sunday for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gregg home and with other relatives. Bill was recently discharged from the army. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer, who had spent the winter in Orlando, Florida, arrived home last Wednesday. En- route here, they visited in the home of a niece of Mrs. Fischer in Knoxville. Tennessee. The Post township trustees met at the Schutte furniture store Monday as a board of review to go over the assessor's books and during the meeting they engaged Ed Ewing as sexton of the Smith and Minert cemeteries. Mr. and Mrs. Elery Nuehring and children of Mason City were weekend guests here in the home of Mrs. Nuehring's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Eberling. Miss Alice Eberling accompanied them to Mason City Sunday for a visit. Owing to the length of "They Were Expendable," two hours and thirty-five minutes, which plays at the Iris Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April 4, 5 and 6, there will be but one show each night, starting at 8 o'clock. The film is TREMENDOUS. Herman D. Webb left Tuesday for South Dakota to look after his farming interests. He was accompanied by Mrs. Emma Thoma who will visit first in the home of her son, Harlan, and family, in Dcs Moines, and then go to Sioux City to spend a month in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Scholtes, and family. 3 - uw. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Potato Chips, 5 ounce package for 23c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, two 19 ounce cans for 27c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 8 ounce package for 10c Jack Sprat Tea, Dark, 8 oz. pkg 49c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, No. 2 size can for 18c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, large can for 18c Jack Sprat Ammonia, quart bottle for 15c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 36c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 31c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Folger's Coffee, Drip or Regular Grind, 1 lb. jar 35c Mayflower Green or Wax Beans, 19 ounce can for 13c Aunt Lizzie Laundry Soap, bar. .10c Skat Hand Cleaner, can. 10c Nola Soap Flakes, large box 55c Crackers, Crackin Good Saltines, 1 pound package for 19c Mayflower Peas, 2 20-oz. cans 27c Sun-X Bleach, 2 quarts 25c Tidy House Surface Cleaner, qt. 59c Plumite, 14 ounce can 19c Old English Wax, No rubbing, per pint 39o Wlndex Window Cleaner, bottle 15c Van Camp Beans with Sauce, 20 ounce can for .....16c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 20 ounce can for 12o California Navel Oranges, per dozen 20o to 75o FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store The Milwaukee railroad shipped 22 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling visited relatives and friends over the weekend in Cedar Rapids and Waterloo. Miss Kathryn KHngbell of Austin, Minn., spent the week end here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Kllngbcil. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herman and Hurley Herman of St. Olnf were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Simon Schnuclle. Mrs. Russell L. Brown of Evanston. 111., came Tuesday morning for a week's visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reincke, Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bernice Stromsodt were visitors in Dccorah and Calmar Saturday. Otto Focls, who worked at the Rath Packing Co., in Waterloo the past winter, returned to Waukon yesterday and will again make that city his home. Leila Schmidt will go to Dcs Moines Saturday where she will attend a beauty operators' convention over the weekend. She expects to return on Tuesday. David Bloxham of Harpers Ferry spent a few days here last week with his brother, Frank, in the Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook home and visited other relatives and friends. Miss Alice Eberling resigned her position at the Koevenlg Variety store Saturday after having been employed there for more than nine years. She is succeeded by Miss Hilda Paulsen. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kohl of Faribault Minn., report the birth of a daughter, weighing 8'j pounds. Saturday. Mrs. Kohl is the former Gertrude Schultz, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz. of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds and Gary. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schultz and Sandra and Mrs. Leon Birdsell and Mary of Monona were Sunday guests in the home of the parents of the three ladies. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer. Oscar G. Mayer and Gottfried Mayer, president and general manager re> spectivcly of Oscar Mayer & Co., were here from Chicago Friday to transact business at their local purchasing of flee of which Earl J. Handy is the manager. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow and Da.i ny Schultz were at the Dave Erhardt home at Clermont Sunday where relatives and friends had gathered to help Mr. Burrow's mother, Mrs. Eureka Burrow, observe her 91st birthday an niversary. Mrs. Sophia Schara and daughters, Mrs. Emma Stillman and Mrs. Louise Buehler. all of Prairie du Sac. Wis., came Tuesday, for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer home and with other relatives and friends in this community. Owing to the length of "They Were Expendable," two hours and thirty -five minutes, which plays at the Iris Thea tre Thursday, Friday and Saturday April 4, 5 and 6, there will be but one show each night, starting at 8 o'clock. The film is TREMENDOUS. CORN RAISERS! Plant a Test Acreage of HYBRID CORN This Season and COMPARE ) results with the best hybrids you've found! Produced by CARGILL Sold by FARMER STORE Postville The Misses Mac and Rose McNeil spent Sunday In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil at Waukon. Miss Dorothy Waters was here from Dubuque over the weekend to visit her mother. Mrs. Mllda Waters. Roger Warln, Iown director of the U. S. Savings Bonds organization, was here from Dcs Moines on business last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Handy and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wood of Fayette spent Sunday here in the Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy home. Mrs. James A. Peck of Dccorah spent the weekend here in the Mr. and Mrs. R. B. Waters home and with other relatives and friends. WHEN -*OU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING THAT NEEDS TO BE DONE, TAKE IT TO GORDAMER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Gene Rettenmeier of Dubuque, a re cently discharged veteran, spent sever nl days here last week with his friends. Boyd B. Turner and Miss Ruth Mackert. Mr. and Mrs. D. Dicckman and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Dieckman of Waterloo were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte and children. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Luther Suckow arrived here Tuesday from Van Meter for a several days visit to his brothers. Marvin and Dale Luther is on leave from the Marines and has been visiting his parents. Hev. and Mrs. W. M. Suckow. in the family home at Van Meter. Owing to the length of "They Were Expendable." two hours and^thirty-flvc minutes, which plays at the Iris Thea tre Thursday. Friday and Saturday. April 4, 5 and 6. there will be but one show each night, starting at 8 o 'clock. The film is TREMENDOUS. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groth and family moved into their new home in east Postville last Friday, and on Saturday Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson moved from the Mrs. Tillie Swenson farm west of town into the house they pur chased a short time ago from Mr. Groth. Mrs. Josephine Stafford of Chicago, who had been at Independence to visit her mother at the hospital, was in Postville Monday and Tuesday to visit relatives and friends and to look after business matters. She reports her mother considerably improved in health. Sgt. and Mrs. Wayne Folsom came Saturday from Indianapolis, Ind., where Wayne is stationed at an airport. Mrs. Folsom is visiting in the Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Landt home at Luana until her husband gets located. He is expecting to be transferred to Texas shortly. At the recent meeting of Allamakee county school people Miss Ruth Hilliger of Postville was elected vice president, and Curtis Webster. Postville, was chosen treasurer. W. W. Owen of Waukon is president of the group, and Phyllis Durey of Waukon is the secretary. Arbc Bareis and Ray Brainard spent the weekend in Cedar Rapids. The two former high school athletes, who were recently discharged from the Navy, expect to find employment in the Parlor City and expect to play baseball with one of the teams in M. & J. League. Mrs. Jane DuBois of Cedar Rapids came last Thursday for a visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Tjadcn, while she was enroute to Minnesota. Another daughter, Mrs, H. B. Thomson of Waukon, came Friday to join her here in a f .yisit in the Tjadcn home. j_ .Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten, accompanied by Mrs. Lena Kamp and son, Louis, were at Cornell College. Mt. Vernon, Sunday, to attend the spring concert by the college orchestra., the former's daughter, Marian Casten, being a member of the group. The orchestra left this week "on "their spring concert tour which was opened Monday in Chicago. A letter from Mrs. Ben F. Ovetbeck of Elkader yesterday informed us that her brother, John Schultz, who had spent the winter in St. Petersburg, Fla., has now returned to Austin, Minn., to resume his position as city ticket agent with the Milwaukee railroad. "Hans" visited Elkader and Garnavillo relatives the past week, leaving for Austin Monday, Mrs. Overbeck adds, "He is much improved in health, looks Well and has gained weight, He is anxious to get to work again." His many friends in the old home town will be glad to learn this. Clemens B. Loftsgard, son of Mr. and Mrs-. Mellien Loftsgard, of Gunder, who recently completed his aircraft technical and flight courses at Lewis School of Aeronautics near Chicago, is now with the Hanson & Schrader Flying Service at Clermont. Clemens also studied at the Spartan School of Aeronautics at Tulsa, Oklahoma. He Is a government licensed aircraft and engine mechanic and pilot. He had previous training in the army air forces when he was stationed at aircraft mechanic and pilot training schools at a number of camps In this country. Owing to the length of "They Were Expendable," two hours and thirty-five minutes, which plays at the Iris Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, April i, 5 and 6, there will be but one show each night, starting at 8 o'clock. The film is TREMENDOUS. Canadian farmers are paid for their hogs on the basis of their grade after they ere slaughtered. This gives Canadians a real reason for trying to produce the type of hog that provides the best carcass. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook and daughters and Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell were at Waterloo Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Ed. McNeil went to Farley Thursday to attend the funeral service for Jerry Hurley, brother of Mike Hurley, who passed awny last week. The interment was at Elkader. Mrs. H. A. Lange spent the wcektM 1 at Mason City whet* she visited in the 1 home of her son and daughter .i n .|, w 1 Mr. and Mrs. Dewey Harris, and famii,' Miss Margaret Huebncr, a j un |„|. in Northwestern University, Evnnston, 111., who had spent n week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. c. HwV ner, returned to her studies Sunday. HERE'S IR WALLS How easy it is to tone up old roomi —make them sparkle with new life and beauty! Do it quick as a wink— with SUPERMIX QUICTONE. This new wall paint covers every interior surface—and one coat usually is enough. No odor, and surface is dry in a half day or less. A BRAND NEW ROOM ... AT LOW COSTl Think how thrilling it would be to change a dreary, drab room into one that's new and distinctively different! Thai's just what you can do to an average-sue room inexpensively with SUPERMIX QUIC-TONE, the quick-drying wall paint! lust choose your color scheme.roixwithwater.dip your brush in QUIOTONB and begin. $2.79 GAL FLOOR ENAMEL New beauty for dull, drab doors. Wide choice of colors. A durable finish, easy to apply—fast to dry. SUMKMIX HOUSE PAINT Protect your house from the weather 1.39 f OM. . J weather . dress it up with eye-appealing, *^«WY HOUSE W O*L long-iasVing SUPERMIX PAINT. Wide choice of colors gupnunx SATIN FINISH Softly glowing colors for dreary walls! Give dingy old surfaces a soft glossed finish. Choose from > fine selection of colors, including lighter tones ... all washable. t.illpncn tlnkily hitktt im U til"* Othtui **d Vmt**m LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing m Housewives will find many new articles here'to help liven up the home. New furniture is not arriving fast . . . but we are getting some every day ... it will pay you to come in often to see what we have. Now is the time to do your spring house cleaning . . . visit our store to select fine pieces of furniture to give your home new life ... new loveliness . . . new color. Louis Schutte Largest Stock of Furniture in Northeast Iowa

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