Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 1, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 1, 1946
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1 M , Postville Herald Wtn. J. Kllngbeil, Publisher Entered at the Postoffice nt Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE $2.00 Per Year In^own Six Months, S1.50 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 WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1946. L. R. Jackson went to Cedar Rapids on business Tuesday. A new time clock has been installed this week at the Falb Motor company. Opal Gordanier spent the weekend in Nora Springs with her friend. Marcella Hofler. Leon Olson, son of Martin Olson, started work at the powdered milk factory in Oelwcin Monday. Mrs. Ruby Reed and Miss Gladys Jewell, both of Decorah. visited Dr. and Mrs. R. F. ToplifT Sunday. "Stars and Spars" is really a cute musical. Marc Piatt, a newcomer, is great in it. It 's to be at the Iris Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 2. 3 and 4. j IRIS Theatre I • Postville, Iowa : THURSDAY, FRIDAY ; and SATURDAY • MAY 2, 3 and 4 • "TARS AND • SPARS" with Alfred Drake. Janet Blair. Marc Plat, Jeff Donnell. and Sid Ceaser Jam-packed with entertainment. Chock full of entertainment—that's this swell musical comedy. Produced with the cooperation of the U. S. Coast Guard, this is just the type of film entertainment that everyone likes. Comedy, music, singing, and dancing and all in all very, very good. This new boy, Marc Plat is a great comedian and one swell tap-dancer. A son was born Inst Thursday at Waukon hospital to Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Bollmnn of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Tyler and son. Warren, went to Alta Vista Sunday to visit relatives. Edward W. Kozelkn left Tuesday on a business trip in Illinois. He will be gone the rest of the week. Mr. and Mrs. Dale Condry of Platte- villc. Wis., were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner. Mr. and Mrs. Merle Lange spent Sunday in Mason City with Mr. Lange's uncle. G. H. Wharam. WHEN YOU WANT CLEANING AND PRESSING. REMEMBER GORDANIER CLEANERS. POSTVILLE. A. S. Burdick, George Kohlmann, A. C. Webster and J. W. Steele attended a fair meeting in Monticello on Friday. Mrs. Ernest Overland spent the weekend in Milwaukee. Wis., with her husband, who is attending Marquette university. Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie McCune of Cedar Rapids spent last week in the home of the latter 's parents, Mr. and Mrs^ Lester Harnack. ^_']&lr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Jarmes and family moved their household goods here from Monona Tuesday and are now; at home over their grocery store?| £t)eputy Sheriff Donald Martiridale was here from Waukon Monday eve ning to attend a meeting of the Le gion's Memorial Day planning committee. J i Lyle Zieman. M. C. Deering. George Kohlmann. B. J. Waters. Ed McNeil, Otto Brandt and Louis Harnack went to Central City Sunday to inspect a grandstand. J See "the" Lost Week End," 1945 Academy Award winner, starring Ray Milland at the Iris Theatre Sunday and Monday, May 5 and 6. His performance never has been equalled. S 2 C Robert Rima spent a weekend leave from Great Lakes, 111., with his uncle. Harold Rima. His parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rima of Decorah. came here Sunday to spend the day with him. Kcrmit James, local superintendent of the Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperatives, accompanied by Joel Clark Horace Clark and Earl Miller, officers of the Cooperative, went to Washington. D. C. last Friday on business. Supt. R. L. Evans and family and Principal Wayne Thurm and family were at Waukon Sunday evening to attend a picnic supper of the Allamakee county teachers organization. Six ty school people were present at the event. A special meeting of Post Rebekah Lodge. No. 48, will be held at Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening at 8:00 o'clock, for the purpose of deciding about serving the alumni association banquet.—Mrs. Edward Poesch, Noble Grand. Mrs. Clem Frimml and daughter are now located at Denver, Colo., temporarily while their husband and father is stationed in a camp near that city. They had been making thqir home here until recently with Mrs. Frimml 's mother, Mrs. Ruby Peckham. Rev. and Mrs. Frederick R. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Miene, Mrs. James Lennon and Arthur J. Palas were at Strawberry Point Monday evening to attend the Lutheran Welfare Society rally at which several prominent speakers appeared on the program. SUNDAY, MONDAY MAY 5 and 6 "LOST WEEK END" —with Ray Milland and Jane Wvman 1945 Academy Award winner and the greatest preachment against excessive drinking that has ever been given. -There is a lesson for all non-drinkers and drinkers, and Ray Milland's performance has hit an all time "tops." One of the most, if not THE absolute "tops" in heart- tugging drama. Rated high in every' movie magazine on sale today. In "Look", "Life" and many others. Here is something everyone, young or old, should see. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 7 and 8 "CORNERED" —with Dick Powell An exciting expose of a huge Nazi South American spy ring. ALSO "SONG OF THE PRAIRIE" • —with Ken Curtis, June Storey, Iloosler Hot Shots, Town Criers, The Trallsmen and Deuce Spriggins and his Hill Billy Band. Tuesday & Wednesday ' ABE CASH NIGHTS! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Liquid Wax, pint 39c Jack Sprat Paste Wax, 16 ounce can for 49c Jack Sprat Tea, Orange- Pekoe, !i pound pkg 49c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 49c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes or Corn Flakes, per package 9c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, .5 pound bag for 29c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for S2.49 Jack Sprat Tomatoes, can 17c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, per can 18c Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, per can 15c Jack Sprat Potted Meat, 3 regular oz. cans for 18c Chili Con Came, Hi-Power, can 22o Crackin' Good Saltine Crackers, 1 pound package for 19c Hormel's Pigs' Feet, pint jar 24c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 29c Automatic Soap Flakes, pkg 23c Lan-O-Sheen, per package 49c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Hills Coffee, Drip Grind, can 35c Hall Mark Pre-Cooked Beans, per package 13c Hormel's Tongue, per can 57c Spam or Snack, can 39c LaVerne Schultz of Mnson City spent the weekend with his wife and son in the John Burrow homo. Fifteen decks of livestock were shipped from the Postville yards Inst week over the Milwnukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and family were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Donald Serslnnd in Decorah. A. C. Ncsbit and daughter, Ann. accompanied by the latter's fiance, spent the weekend in Minneapolis, Minn., on business. WE ARE TAKING ORDERS FOR BICYCLES. SEE SAMPLE ON OUR FLOOR. OUR OWN HARDWARE. POSTVILLE. ^lrs. E. L. Corson is expected to arrive here Thursday from Los Angeles. Calif., for a visit to* relatives ajii- friends. ] Dick. Hale arrived here last week from Edgerton. Wis., and has taken employment at the Home Oil Co., service station\ Mrs. Bessie Chnppetto of New Orleans, La., was a Postville visitor last week, calling at the Mrs. Mamie Muchow and Mrs. Addie Jones homes. Mr. and .Mrs. Truman Overeen and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Overeen and Janet, and John Thull spent the weekend at Oelwein visiting relatives. Mrs. Earl Markley and daughter, Mary, of Waukon were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Markley's son-in- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Overland. LlFred W. Groth has sold the new home he recently built and moved into in east Postville to a lady from Minneapolis who will take possession next December L J Mr, and Mrs. Donald Voelkcr and daughter, Vivian, of Leighton are spending two weeks here in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voelker. Joe Harnack, Frank Samek and Harold Flack were up at Mason City Sunday to attend a meeting of their maintenance of right-of-way union held there that day. "Stars and Spars" Is really a cute musical. Marc Piatt, a newcomer, is great in it. It's to be at the Iris Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 2, 3 and 4. Lloyd Ellis is the operator of the Cities Service station in Monona, it was announced last week. Weber Zieglcr will operate the bulk station for the company. See "The Lost Week End," 1945 Academy Award winner, starring Ray Milland at the Iris Theatre Sunday and Monday, May 5 and 6. His performance never has been equalled. Miss Iva Peterson attended the wedding of Miss Norma Blockhus. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole Blockhus, to Kasper Hanson of Minnesota, at the East Clermont church Sunday afternoon— /Herman Christofferson is again working at his former job in the Postville Lumber Co.. yard. He was for some time manager of the Luana lumberyarci,__following the death of Frank MiUer^ Mrs. Couis Brandt and son, John, came Saturday from Edgewood for a visit to friends and relatives and to prepare for moving back to Postville as soon as their home here is vacated by the Lawrence Mohs family, the present tenants. /_Miss. Helen Salva of Fords, New Jersey, came last week for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold A. Brewer. It is her first visit to the mid- dlewest, and she was a little disappointed in that she saw no Indians roaming about our prairies. ^ With her remittance lor the Herald subscription, Mrs. O. M. (Ruth) Lee of St. Paul, Minn., writes, "I look forward to the Herald every week. I like to keep in touch with the old home town. It is like getting a good letter from there every week." Mrs. Louis Schutte and her sister, Mrs. Louise Miller of Clermont, arrived home Friday from the west coast where they had been visiting relatives and friends the past month or more. Paul Schutte, who accompanied them to Iowa, remained in Cedar Rapids for a visit to friends until Monday. Paul was recently discharged from the navy. Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Jones and three daughters, Joy, Gay and Mary Fay, returned to their home in Eugene, Oregon, this week after a several weeks visit to relatives in Waukon and in the home of the former's grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gould, in Postville. A son of Mr. and Mrs. Jeff Jones, Herbert and his family had not visited Iowa for seven years. LATE WANT ADS ! For Sale—A baby carriage: in good condition. Mrs. Arnold Casscll. Phone 340-W. Postville.—26c. For Sale —Three heavy Chester White brood sows, due to farrow within a week or so. Lorenz Casten, R. 1. Postville.—26c. For Sale—Three Holstein heifers to freshen in about two weeks. Also team of .work horses. Robert Hnngartner. R. 2. Postville—26p. For Sale—A few extra bushels of early varieties of Moew's seed coin: germination 90 to 97';. John J. Martins. R. 2. Postville—2fitfc. THREE BABIES ARE BORN AT HOSPITAL LAST WEEK The following babies were born at the Postville Community hospital the past week: To Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schultz of Postville April 25. a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Rear of Clermont April 25, a daughter. To Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kugel of Postville April 29, a daughter. Mr and Mrs. Leonard Pearson spent Mr. and Mrs. H, A. Neff of \y e ,i »„ Sunday at the Roy Horn, homo In Mo- J™ JjJ*«». * lth Mr »- Phoebe MnCi noun. FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store Miss Bemice Stromsodt spent the weekend in Calmar with her sister. Mrs. Agnes Mott. Arthur Nesteby. Irene Hoover. Donald Kohrs and Betty Williams of Charles City spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mrs. John Burrow, Mrs. Fred Gericke. Mrs. Gilbert Schroeder and Mrs. LaVerne Schultz went to Mason City Friday. Local firms which have completed interior decorating are Harold's cash grocery, George "Bobbie" Sebastian's barber shop and Jarmes' grocery. Henry Engrav, who is employed at the highway commission garage, moved from Waukon to an apartment in the A. S. Burdick home the fust of I the week. "Stars and Spars" is really a cute | musical. Marc Piatt, a newcomer, is great in it. It's to be at the Iris Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday. .May 2, 3 and 4. Bobbie Sebastian painted the interior of his barbershop this week and proved that he was about as handy with a paintbrush as he is with a lathering brush. Joseph B. Steele will deliver a Memorial day address at McGregor on Thursday. May 30. The program is sponsored by the Pocket City Post of the American Legion. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON. IOWA. See "The Lost Week End," 1945 Academy Award winner, starring Ray Milland at the Iris Theatre Sunday and Monday, May 5 and 6. His performance never has been equalled. Ivan Blackmer of Dubuque came last evening to be on hand for the opening of the trout season. Mr. Blackmer has purchased a restaurant at Mt. Vernon and will take possession in the near future. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlmann and daughter, Elizabeth, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt drove to Manchester, Center Point, Cedar Rapids and Independence Sunday, stopping at each place for a visit. Carl D. Rollins and his sister, Mrs. Letha Rollins Pace, both of Minneapolis, Minn., were in Postville briefly Saturday afternoon while en- route to Des Moines. They lived here about forty years ago wlien their father operated a dray and express line in Postville. Dr. and Mrs. Milo Schroeder and Christian W. Schroeder of Glendale, Calif., arrived here Monday for a visit among relatives and friends. Tuesday a reunion of the Schroeder families and picnic dinner was held in honor of these people at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack. Henry Jahnke and his daughters. Gladys and Mrs. Harry Schutte, and the latter's son, Robert, accompanied by Miss Jennie Sherman, all of Dubuque, were here Saturday visiting friends and relatives. Henry is finding city life most agreeable, he says, and is at present janitor -for the Chamber of Commerce in the Key City. These people also visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Hanneman home at Ossian, in the Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schweinefus home near Castalia and in the Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jahnke home northwest of Postville before returning to Dubuque. We Have A Complete Food Supply For Picnics Butter- Klst~~ SALTINE CRACKERS Schulze And Burch OVEN FRESH-EXTRA THIN MORE CRACKERS TO THE BOX YANX - CRAX RED DOT POTATO CHIPS Glenn J. Jarmes FINE FOODS n n - OUR OWN KITCHEN HELPERS POTATO MASHER 59c Strong perforated metal disk with metal shaft and wood handle. Meat Tenderizer 89. Aluminum block. Each side different. Makes tough steaks tender. FLOUR SIFTER 69c Sifts Into measuring cup. One-hand operated. 2 - c u p size. Deluxe Model DAZET Can Opener $|.89 Faster, safer, easier. Smooths down inside rim of can. No sharp edges. Swings right or left. COOKIE PRESS 59< Makes S shapes of cookies. -1 nozzles for cake decorating. Knife Sharpener 35c For sharpening kitchen and butcher knives, shears, pocket knives, etc. POT CLEANER 10. Back again! Saves time, work and soap. Instantly cleans pots and pans. SURFACE OVEN Distributes the heat evenly to the full surface of the frying pan. jStfJ Get one today! .. Aluminum COOKIE SHEET Now, again, you can bake your cookies on em 4% an aluminum 3VC cookie sheet *^ * Heavy weight West Hend aluminum. 9 in. Bright finish. Aluminum Sauce Pan 98c Get one of these new, handy, 3- quart aluminum sauce pans. LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing For an Evening of Thrills BE SURE TO SEE THE POSTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL SENIOR CLASS PLAY V A Three-Act Murder Mystery) High School Gymnasium FRIDAY, MAY 3 Curtain at 8:00 o'clock P.M. ADMISSION •„ on „ Adults 40c High School 30c Grade* ZOc (Students May Use Activity Tickets) • Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French

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