Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 10, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 10, 1946
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»AOB FOUK. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllnfbeil, Publisher Xntered at the PostofTicc 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 6DITORIAI " ASSOCIATION m WEDNESDAY. APRIL 10, 1946. C. N. Hart is here visiting his-son, Francis, this week. Mrs. Edward W. Koielka submitted to an appendectomy Saturday at Postville hospital. Ed Gordon retiffned Saturday morning from Orlando. Florida, where he spent the last four months. See The Hoosier Hot Shots. The Pied Pipers and Bob Wills and his Texas Play Boys in "RHYTHM ROUNDUP." Also "GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" at the Iris Theatre, on Tuesday and Wednesday. April 16 and 17. IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 11, 12 and 13 "WHAT NEXT CORPORAL HARGROVE?" —with Robert Walker, Keenan Wynn. Jean Porter, Chill Wills and Mary Willis This film continues very successfully to picture the adventures of Private Hargrove, who in spite of all his efforts to the contrary, manages to get himself into trouble. In this film he is in France and gets uito more funny situations than he did in "What Next Private Hargrove?" Every Army man will get a terrific "bang" out of this side-splitting comedy. It sure is a "Honey." SUNDAY, MONDAY APRIL 14 and 15 "A THOUSAND AND ONE NIGHTS" —with Cornell Wilde, Evelyn Keyes, Adele Jergens, Sid Silvers Filmed Entirely in Technicolor! This is definitely not an ordinary fairy tale. No siree— but it is a rollicking technicolor comedy with music that is a "scream." Lots of fun. gobs of comedy, lots of beautiful girls, and some swell toe tingling tunes. But most of all it is comedy that really makes this "swell dish" really click af the boxoffice. And click it has, too. Everybody iikes this kind of fun. Don't miss this real treat. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY APRIL 16 and 17 Gene Stratton Porter's great novel— "THE GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" This is fine, clean and uplifting entertainment. It is really a boxoffice "smash" in the small towns. ALSO "RHYTHM ROUNDUP" A swell "Musical Western" with Ken Curtis, Cheryl Walker, The Hoosier Hot Shots from the National Barn Dance, The Pled Pipers and Bob Wilis and his Texas Play Boys. Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! L. K. Jackson went to Marshalltown Saturday. BUY YOUR LAWN GRASS SEED NOW ! OUR OWN HARDWARE. The Rev. and Mrs. Robert D. Butler of Ginrd visited Bernard Smith Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson and daughters of Elgin visited at the John Burrow home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and Marilyn were weekend guests of relatives in Waterloo and Gilbertsvillc. Miss Patricia Myers, who is teaching at Elma. spent the weekend nt the home of her parents, Dr. nnd Mrs. J. W. Myers. Louis L. Hill attended a board meeting of the National Retail Hardware Dealers association in Indianapolis. Ind., this week. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF EASTER NOVELTY CANDLES — ONLY A FEW LEFT. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Miss Dorothy Waters, student in the Mercy school of nursing in Dubuque, was a weekend visitor in the home of her mother. Mrs. Milda Waters. Mrs. Bruce Webster and John and Ann, who had been visiting in Hampton, returned home Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster getting them from Mason City. The following men attended a lum- i ber dealers' meeting in West Union Monday night: J. L. Gregg, Keith Gregg, James Gregg. Helmuth J. Meyer. Norris Blegen and Robert Burling. Frank D. Sebastian, who had been a patient in a Rochester. Minn., hospital since submitting to an operation, returned home yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer drove to Rochester to bring him home. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hammel and children. Janet and Jerry Dean, moved today to Milwaukee, Wis., where Mr. Hammel is employed. L. A. Hammel took their household goods to Milwaukee in his truck. Sec The Hoosier Hot Shots, The Pied Pipers and Bob Wills and his Texas Play Boys In "RHYTHM ROUNDUP." Also "GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" at the Iris Theatre, on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17. Paul Schroeder, who last week returned home from Navy service, went to Minneapolis. Minn.. Monday to see abo\it enrolling in the University of Minnesota for post-graduate work. He is a graduate of Luther College, Decorah. Out-of-town people who came Monday to attend the funeral of Norma Jean Hanks included Mr. nnd Mrs. V. D. Coyle of Mason City: Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Stutzman and family of Lansing; Dr. and Mrs. C. T. Grattidge of Laurelville. Ohio; Mrs. G. A. Nicolay of Minneapolis. Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hanks of River Forest, 111.; Miss Lydia Schukei of Waukon. and the parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harry N. Hanks of Muskogee, Oklahoma. Mervin Rhoads, who assumes the managership of the Luana Lumber Company, was a Postville visitor Monday on business. He and his wife and son have established their home in Luana. 'A former serviceman, he was recently'discharged from the air corps. Before the war he lived in Moline, 111. Herman ChristofTerson of Postville who has been acting manager of the Luana yard, will remain for a week or ten days to help the new manager get established. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Egg Noodles, 2 8-ounce pkgs. for 25c Jack Sprat Salt, 2 2-lb. pkgs 15c Jack Sprat Peas, Surprise, 2 20-ounce cans for 33c Jack Sprat Whole Grain Corn, 2 20-ounce cans for 33c Jack Sprat Diced Beets. 2 19-ounce cans for 27c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk, 3 cans for 28c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 51c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 20-ounce can for 12c Cracking Good Crackers, Saltines, per pound 19c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 2-pound canning jar for 63c Ry-Krlsp, 12 ounce pkg 25c Sun-X Bleach, 2 quarts for 25c Fleecy White Bleach, 2 quarts 27c Lan-O-Sheen Cleanser, pkg 49c Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 pkgs 23c Flumate, per can 19c First Lady Brooms 98c Jack Sprat Ammonia, quart bottle for 15o Surface Cleaner, Tidy House, per pint 59c Wax Paper, 125-foot roll 19c Marco) Napkins, 10 in pkg 10c Kellogg's Variety, per pkg 27c Dwarfles Wheat Mix, pkg, 25c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hammel went to Marshalltown and Ames Friday. Henry ChristofTerson of Monona was a Postville business visitor Monday afternoon. Miss Merle Bruene, high school homcmaking supervisor, spent the weekend in Northfield. Minnesota. Livestock shipments out of the Postville yards over the Milwaukee road totaled 23 decks during the past week NOW IS THE TIME TO HAVE YOUR CURTAINS AND DRAPES CLEANED. GORDANIER CLEANERS POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Daniels of Dcs Moines visited Monday and Tuesday at the home of Mr. ahd Mrs. Harold ChristofTerson. Mr. nnd Mrs. O. Alfred Olson of Waterloo were dinner guests Svnday at the Mllo Gerickc home. They also visited other relatives here Sunday. Miss Marian Casten arrived home Sunday after completing a tour with the Cornell College symphony orchestra which started Tuesday. She will return to school this weekend. /Dr. and Mrs. Milton Klesnu and Mr and Mrs. John Falb were in Cedar Rapids Thursday evening to attend the performance given by Yolanda and Veloz. the famous dancing tearri7' Mr. and Mrs. Stanley ScKfoecTer returned to Chicago Sunday after spend ing a week's vacation with their par ents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow. Mrs. Sophia Schara and daughters, Mrs. Emma Stillman and Mrs. Louise Buehler, concluded their visit here to relatives Saturday and returned to their homes in Prairie du Sac. Wis. Sec The Hoosier Hot Shots, The Pied Pipers and Bob Wills and his Texas Play Boys in "RHYTHM ROUNDUP." Also "GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" at the Iris Theatre, on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17. Mr. and Mrs. Clif McGhee and children. Mary and David, and Mrs. Myrta McGhee of Dubuque were guests Sunday in the Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell. Flora Franklin and Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook homes. Mrs. Myrta McGhee is a sister of Mrs. Campbell and Mrs. Franklin, while Clif is her son. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hammel and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sander attended a dinner Sunday in Davenport in honor of the Hammel's son. Virgil, whose birthday was Saturday. Others at the dinner were Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hammel. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammel and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinman. all of Davenport. Charles Hammel is also a son of the Hammels and Mrs. Hinman is their daughter. Mrs. Charles Hammel is a daughter of the Sanders. j_Y.a,oce Stover last week purchased the Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell residence property in west Postville .{or $4,500 and will take possession May f. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son wilf continue to occupy the upstairs apartment when the Stovers move into their new purchase. Mrs. Campbell will have an auction of her household goods April 20 and will then move to Phoenix, Arizona, to make her home with her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Jacobson. CORN RAISERS! Plant a Test Acreage of HYBRID CORK This Season and COMPARE ) results with the best hybrids you've found! Produced by CAR6ILL Sold by ; FARMER STORE Postville WEDNESDAY, APRIL i 6 , IW| Plays With Cornell Symphony Orchestra. Miss Marian Casten, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten, played with the Cornell College symphony orchestra on its 37th annual spring tour March 31 to April G. Miss Cnsten plays the oboe. The orchestra played a home concert and then played at the following places: Davenport and Polo. Oak Park and Chicago, 111. Two concerts wore given in Chicago. Miss Casten arrived home Sunday after completing the tour and will remain until this weekend, when she will return to Cornell. Entertain Two Groups Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hcusman entertained twelve families at a picnic dinner at their home Sunday. In the evening another group of eight families came to the Heusman home lor a picnic supper. John W. Kinzlnger of Cednr Rapids has been appointed court reporter for Judge W. H. Antes of West Union who is holding court for Allamakee county at Waukon this week. C. J. Harrington, father of Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and grandfather of Mrs. Mack Peterson of Postville, lias resigned as town clerk of Elgin after holding the office for 22 years. His grandson. Robert Kohler a discharged serviceman who is tunc employed under the G. 1. training program in the Elgin Echo office, was appointed to succeed the 90-year-old veteran office holder. The Allamakee Journal at Lam. 1 lid Inst week that th„ t..!? 111 * I said last week that the Intctjui', Power Company has announced ductlon in power and light Lansing, effective in May. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brnndt were here from Edgewood Monday. They have sold their home in that city ani j expect to return to Postville on May ] Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs hav t been occupying their home since th« left for Edgewood. The Brandts 3K in receipt of word from their son, John, who is in the navy, that he poets to be discharged next week and should be home by Easter. ""ate fat; Rose and May McNeil visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fay in Clermont on Sunday. Wm. J. Klingbcil went to Iowa City and Des Moines on business Thursday and Friday. For Sale—Hinman pipeline milker: pipeline for 20 cows: in excellent condition. Hartley Enyart, Postville. Ralph T-.-.rner an* family of Grand Meadow. Minn., and Harry Turner and family were Sunday dinner guests at the K. J. Kerr home. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman and son went to Minneapolis. Minn.. Tuesday after a visit here in the Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall home. A marriage license was issued at West Union last week to Miss Eleanor Cade of Oelwein, a former teacher in the Postville schools, and Milton Elliott of Aurora. The couple were married Sunday at Oelwein. Sec The Hoosier Hot Shots. The Pied Pipers and Bob Wills and his Texas Play Boys in "RHYTHM ROUNDUP." Also "GIRL OF THE LIMBERLOST" at the Iris Theatre, on Tuesday and Wednesday, April 16 and 17. .^Participating in the spring recital of voice students at the University of Dubuque last Wednesday evening was Karlton W. Wagner, son of Mr. and j Mrs. Arthur J. Wagner of Luana. Mr. j Wagner, n music major at the Uni- j versity, sang "Trumpeter." by Dix, and "In diesen heil'gen Hallen," from the "Magic Flute." by Mozart. Many New Items... Yes, many new items shown for the first time. Watch your mail box for our new 1946 Catalog. Check the items you need and come in at once. LOUIS L HILL Heating — Hardware — Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE We Invite You To Gome In Often We are getting some new furniture every day and it will help you plan your home redecoration for Spring and Summer if you see these beautiful new pieces of FURNITURE- OCCASIONAL j TABLE LAMPS j LAMP TABLES CHAIRS A Wide Selection of Styles and Coverings Q Pottery Rases : ^zj0 Silk Shades In Walnut and Mahogany Finish PICTURES MIRRORS CARD TABLES $3.50 GENUINE SAMPSON TABLES For Spring Housecleaning - Furniture Polish Linoleum Wax Powder-ene Rug Cleaner Louis Schutte

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