Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 24, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOCB. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTV1LLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 194, Postville Herald Vfm. 3. Klingbeil. Publisher Entered at the PostolTice nt Postville. lown. as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. $1.50 Three Months, 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. " ^ ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. APRIL 24. '946. Frank Samek went :o Waukon Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. James Lilly of Cedar Rapids visited Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Roberts attended the funeral of Mrs. Carolyn Liers. 92. at Garnavillo Saturday. Mrs. Milton F. Kiesau and children were at Wapello last week to visit her parents. On Sunday Dr. Kiesau went to Wapello to bring them home. jTflubert Luhman and Rudolph Huebner are in St. Louis this week on business for their department store. Miss Doris Gunderson is assisting in the store during their absenceP- ! IRIS Theatre I Postville, Iowa J • Thursday, Friday, Saturday, Sunday and Monday APRIL 25. 26, 27, 28, 29 "THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S" —with Bing Crosby and Ingrid Bergman The first time in the history of movies, towns as small as Postville and even smaller are playing this phenomenal film five and even six days. And playing it to huge crowds. The movie industry thought "The Birth of A Nation" had established box office records that would never be equalled. From 1916 to 1929 those records stood. However, Al Jolson's first all-talking film, "The Singing Fool" went way out in front. Ten years later "Gone With The Wind" grossed ten million dollars. Then came Bing's "Going My Way" to even surpass that one. And now. four years later. "THE BELLS OF ST. MARY'S" is making movie history. I cannot, nor can anyone else, give you the reason. People just seem to go for the film. People of all races and all creeds. And of all ages. There are, no doubt, many reasons for its terrific success, but the most outstanding reason seems to be the tremendous spiritual uplift that it brings to each and every person in the vast audiences. There will be the usual SUNDAY MATINEE at 2:30 pjn. Regular Admissions Prevail— 43 cents for Adults and 12 cents for Children John E. Thull spent Easter Sunday in Oclwcin. Dale and Marvin Suckow visited their grandfather, Charles Breadtow, in Mason City Sunday. Jack Bush of Strawberry Point spent the Easter weekend here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush. R. F. "Dick" Peterson of Minneapolis. Minn., spent the weekend at the home of his father. A. L. Peterson. Twenty-four decks of livestock were shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Cooley of Lacrosse. Wis., spent Sunday with Mr. Cooley's mother. Mrs. Aulden Cornish. Mrs. Inez Kiesau of Waukon visited her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thoma. over the weekend. Edward W. Kozclka visited Monday with his sister. Mrs. Donald Willard, who is in the hospital in Madison. Wis. Don Harris of Caledonia. Minn., spent the weekend here with his family in the Mr. and Mrs. Urban Sadler home. Dr. and Mrs. Thomas D. Clark of Victor were weekend visitors in the homes of Mrs. W. J. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele. Merle Cole of Minneapolis. Minn., came Friday to spend the Easter week end with his mother, Mrs. Kathryn Cole, and other relatives. MAKE YOUR HOUSE CLEAN INC. EASIER BY HAVING YOUR DRAPES AND CURTAINS CLEANED AT GORDANIER CLEANERS. "Mrs. Ernie Gulsvig. who had been a patient in the Lutheran hospital in La Crosse. Wis., for ten days following an operation, returning home Thursday?} Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hunt. Miss Pearl Middlebrook and Miss Lucille Beutel all of Guttenberg, were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam and Miss Merle Bruene. Jackie Schara returned to school in Austin. Minn., Monday morning after spending his Easter vacation with his sister. Mrs. Carl Strien ther. Harlan Schara. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Welzel and Kippy. and Miss Dolores Welzel of Naperville. 111., spent the Easter weekend here in the home of Mr. and Mrs Gale Welzel and family. • J Barney Bromelkamp drove up from a i Monona last week for a visit in the • ! home of J. W. and J. B. Steele. Mr. a 1 Bromelkamp will celebrate his 94th J j birthday anniversary next Sunday. • ! Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow and Mr. c | and Mrs. LaVcrne Schultz and son. • ! Danny, were Sunday guests of Mr. and a ! Mrs. Arthur Loftsgard in West Union. • i In the evening, they all attended the a ; Easter cantata there. • j Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boske and Mr. a ; and Mrs. John Boske and daughter. J I Shirley, and son, Jackie, of Chicago, a i spent the Easter weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow, parents of Mrs. Edward Boske Mrs. Sophia Barid arrived last Wednesday from Seattle. Wash., to visit her brother, Fred Blumhagen, and family and other relatives here. Mrs, Barid is a former resident of Postville and this is her first visit here in 28 years. The Misses Nellie F. Jones and Stella M. Jones were here to spend the Easter weekend in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur A. Jones. The former teaches in the Clinton city schools and the latter is an instructor at Decorah. and^jhis bro- • Matinee Admission—37c and 12c TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY APRIL 30 and MAY 1 "YOLANDA AND THE THIEF" Filmed in Beautiful Technicolor and starring Fred Astair and Lucille Bremmer THIS IS THE FINEST FILM THIS THEATRE HAS EVER PLAYED ON A TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY ENGAGEMENT! ALSO "RUSTLERS OF THE BAD LANDS" —with Charles Starrett • Tuesday & Wednesday ARE • : CASH NIGHTS! : Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 25 pound bag for $1.29 Jack Sprat Whole Grain Corn, • 2 20 ounce cans for 31c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 2 cans for 31c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 11 ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 3 No. 2 cans for 36c Jack Sprat Milk, 2 tall cans 19c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 2 pound jar for 59c Jack Sprat Tea, Dark, 8 oz. pkg 49c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 51c Welch's Grape Juice, pint bottle for 30c Spinach, Mayflower, 2 27 ounce cans for 38c Hominy, 2 28-ounce cans 31c Cracking Good Saltine Crackers, per pound 19c Spaghetti, Kennedy's, 2 16-ounce cans for 35c Hills Bros. Drip Coffee, lb. can... 35c Nash Coffee, 1 lb. can 35c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 31c Hy-Power Chill Con Carnl, With Beans, per can 22c Kitchen Bags, 10 bags for 10c Florida Oranges, per dozen 39c to 65o SELECT AND CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES. THE FARMERS STORE, POSTVILLE. Margaret Stockman spent Easter Sunday with the Gilbert Stockman and Judd Anderson families at West Union. Miss LaVcrna Meyer came out from Madison. Wis., to spend the Easter weekend with her mother, Mrs. fJthel Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sebastian of Terril spent the weekend at the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebastian. Lyle E. Schroeder. University of Iowa student, is spending the Easter recess at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. Bernard Smith left Saturday for Eagle Grove where he spend Easter with his mother. Mrs. Clara E. Smith, and with other relatives and friends. Miss Lillian Meier, teacher in the Des Moines city schools, came Friday morning to spend the Easter recess' in the home of her mother. Mrs. Christ Meier. Darlene Douglass, student at the State University of Iowa In Iowa City, spent the Easter recess here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. R. Doiy*lass. /*rheo. Klemme will leave Thursday for Kiel, Wis., having been apprised of the death of bis youngest brother. Otto Klemme, who passed away Tuesday night. ,Ernest Overland, medical student at Marquette University, Milwaukee. Wis.. spent Easter here with his wife and daughter in the Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner homen Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and Dick and Jerry left last Friday afternoon for Monroe and Juda. Wis., where they spent the holiday weekend visiting relatives and friends. Paul Schroeder^pent a few days last week at Marion, visiting in the home of his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schroeder. He returned home Friday morning. Adolph Koevenig of Hill City. So. Dak., is here this week on his annual visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Koevenig. and other relatives and friends. Mr. Koevenig is postmaster atHill City. [\V. A. Kneeland and A. L. Peterson are at Des Moines today, the former to attend a meeting of the executive committee of the State Savings Bond organization, and the latter to visit his sons.in the capital city. r\ boy and girl 'were born at the Waukon hospital during the weekend. The boy born Sunday is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward Martens of Ludlow township, and the girl born Monday, is a daughter of_Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Guese of Postville. | Miss Louise Kugel and Harvey Kugel went to Guttenberg Tuesday night where they expect to spend the summer months in the home of their brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Borcherding. Ray R. Harris spent a few days in Cedar Rapids last week in the home of his brother. Lloyd, and family. Lloyd accompanied Ray here and together they spent Easter in the home of their father. Warner M. Harris. On Sunday Ray left for his home in Louisville, Ky., and Lloyd returned to Cedar Rapids. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb and daughter. Mrs. Ray Gallagher, of Parker, So. Dak., and Mrs. Ben Buren and Elizabeth Ann of Leland, came to spend Easter in the home of their son and brother, Paul L. Sonnkalb. Mrs. Sonn­ kalb will remain a month visiting her son and his family and her sister, Miss Anna H. Leui. Harold W. Bender of Waterloo township, north of Waukon, was a Postville visitor Saturday in the interest of his campaign for the republican nomination at the June primaries for the ofTice of county supervisor for the term commencing January 1, 1948. This position is now held by Henry M. Quanrude of the same locality. Mr. Bender is an active farmer and this is his first qufst for public office. FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Ebcrling went to Prairie du Chien. Wis.. Sunday. Miss Dorothy Waters of Dubuque spent Easter here with her mother. Mrs. Milda Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rima spent Sunday in Decorah with Mr. Rima's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walsh. Mr. and Mrs. John Brueckner attended a family gathering in Cahnar at the home of the former's brother. George Miss Esther Oehring. teacher in the Terra Haute. Ind., schools, came Friday to spend Easter in the Mr. and Mrs A. C. Webster home. Miss Delores Sadler, student at the University of Dubuque, spent the Easter recess here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Urban Sadler. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Samek and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Haltmeyer and family went to Prairie du Chien. Wis Sunday to visit relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Jarines wont to Chicago Saturday night to spend a few days. Charles Hoth assisted at the store during Mr. .1 amies' absence. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Larson of LaCrosse Wis., former residents of Postville stopped here Saturday on their way to Denver, Iowa, and visited Mrs. Ray. mond Samek. Wm. J. Klingbeil and Bernard C Smith were at West Union last Friday afternoon to attend the quarterly meeting of the Northeastern Iowa Press association. Crcssa Beryl Luhman returned to Iowa City Monday to resume !v studies at the State University aft spending the Easter weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. F. 11 Luhman. Miss Doris Gunderson of Minneapolis is here on a visit to her parents. Mr and Mrs. Ralph Gunderson. On Mmi day she started working at Luhman & Huebner's where she is helping out for a few days. Mrs. F. H. Schultz left today for Stillwater. Oklahoma, where she expects to spend some time visiting her son. Orville. a professor in the college at that place. Enroute she will visit her sister. Mrs. Reynolds, in Mason City. Adrian Gamble, northeastern Iowa Farm Bureau promotion director and former agriculture instructor in the Postville schools, was here from New Hampton on business last Wednesday and visited in the home of his cousin. Harold J. Gamble and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman of Chicago were here to spend Easter in the! home of the former's mother. Mrs. Amelia Willman. and with other relatives and friends. Lorenz Willman got | them from Prairie du Chien. Wis . and i also took them there Monday night. | Mrs. Leon L. Topp and daughters.' Peggy and Karen, of West Union were | weekend visitors in the home of Mrs. i Topp's parents. Mr. and Mrs E. II. I Brandt. The Topp family have lived! in San Diego. Calif., the last 10 months.' but Mr. Topp. who has re-enlisted in ! the navy, has been transferred, so the j family decided to return to West Un- i ion, their former home. | v Mr. and Mrs. Elmer L. Schultz., August Schultz and Mrs. Keith Gray j drove to Northfleld, Minn., last Wednesday to bring Miss Elizabeth Schultz home from St. Olaf College for the Easter recess, j The latter returned to Northfleld Sunday, and on Monday left with the St. Olaf College women's chorus of 70 voices on a concert tour of northern Minnesota. Miss Elizabeth is one of three soloists with the group and of these she is the only freshman. Miles O. Smith, former Postville boy now living in Chicago, sends us his subscription renewal and adds: 'Herewith the necessary for another year of home-town cheer. I enjoy the Herald. Thanks for your efforts. And it is quite a compliment to your editorial ability when a friend of mine who has but had the privilege of knowing Postville, frequently reads your writings with evident interest. Kind regards and good wishes. Cordially, Miles O. Smith." X mm jQuic'tifrt* A quick, e»sy-lo -ni >ply finlnh for your bedroom or living room w«lj». Covers usually with — one coat, does aver wHllpnper or most (minted surfaces .. 2 .79 6tt SATIN FINISH K.isy to keep wnl1* of hallways, children'* rooms, bath- HK'IUS or kitchens looking cheerful. A coat of Supermix Satin Finish will hrightvn up these rooms and you'll wonder why you didn't (mint thrm long ago. 10 appeAl* injr colors plus white 4-HOUR ENAMEL For Kifchtn, lathroom, furn\furt With your d*»ft touches you can add new QUART Su|vr-lV,iuty to kitchens and hath rooms, old ineces of furnituie ami many other spots fn V IB \t»ur hi<me »ih thi* attractive- and highly " -Uii-aHtf soft-gloM Knamel. lti colors HOUSE PAINT Kn.m tin- i.<v of loins in n Iwiuitiful home . . . iwmtit ,ti, <uiK -rmi\ II .MW I'aint. It i» m»«l« especially for L- riiriT ..n» i-hiimt.- "f thow Northwest Jt.itcs ... It «t..n .1 ho.it nr .•vtieme c -.M and still I .H -k Iwautiful. i White, non-failing prtn an.! wrnnllitm sliRhtly higher) tl LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE For an Evening of Thrills BE SURE TO SEE THE POSTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS PLAY (A Three-Act Murder Mystery) High School Gymnasium FRIDAY, MAY 3 Curtain at 8:00 o'clock P. M. ADMISSION Adults 40c High School 30c Grades 20c (Students May Use Activity Tickets). I'nuiiiivd by s|)uci:il arrangement with Samuel French • l Our Last Hatch Will Be May 31 If you have not already placed your order for our Farm-Bred Baby Chicks, we urge you to do so at once. Chicks Limited! Beginning at once, we are merely setting eggs to meet orders now on file. To play safe on delivery of chicks you will need, book your orders now ! Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop. "Serving The Progressive Poultrymen" It's Time For Your Car's Spring Change-Over Come in now and have us replace the winter oil and grease in your car with proper Sprint Lubricants . . . made by Standard Oil Company to fit Iowa climate. WE ARE NOW OPEN EVENINGS and SUNDAYS Casten Oil Company Standard Oil Service Station Telephone 275

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