Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 8, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. Postville Herald ffn, 3. KHngbeN, Publisher Intered at the Postoftlce 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 €DITORIAL_ WEDNESDAY. MAY 8, 1946. Fred J. Miller went to Dubuque on business Tuesday. Oscar Nyberg went to Albert Lea, Minn., and Mason City Monday on business. Wanted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company, Postville. Mrs. Agnes C. Mott of Calmar visited Sunday and Monday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reincke. Mrs. Earl Chamberlain and Miss Barbara Brainard of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors here with home folks. Miss Judyth Thoma. student at Luther College. Decorah, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Thoma. Harry J. Carney of Perry is coming this weekend to take his wife and two daughters home. They have been visiting Mrs. Carney's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. I IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa I THURSDAY, FRIDAY • and SATURDAY J MAY 9, 10 and 11 • "HOLD THAT • BLONDE" • —with Eddie Bracken and 0 Veronica Lake • WOW! What a comedy! When • Eddie falls off a window ledge • and lands on a flag pole - - you • really hold on to your seat. The • film is like that all the way • through. • SUNDAY, MONDAY ; and TUESDAY j MAY 12, 13 and 14 5 "THE • HARVEY GIRLS" IN TECHNICOLOR with Judy Garland, Ray Bolger, Marjorie Main, Virginia Obrien 1946's "Greatest" Musical Show! TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. • WEDNESDAY ONLY ; MAY 15 | "I LOVE A • BANDLEADER" J —with Phil Harris and his Band • and Rochester ALSO "COWBOY OF LONESOME RIVER -with Charles Starrett 1 Wednesday Night J is CASH NIGHT! • COMING— • Sunday, Monday, 2 Tuesday & Wednesday • May 19, 20, 21 and 22 | "LEAVE HER • TO HEAVEN" Hnrry Olson went to Madison, Wis., on business Friday. Mr. and' Mrs. Ray Brandt of Wnukon were Sunday guests of Mrs. Phoebe Madorin. The Misses Emily and Anna Humphrey of Monona were visitors Tuesday in the J. T. Humphrey home. Twenty-one decks of livestock were shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. A. J. Pains went to Minneapolis. Minn.. Tuesday morning on a business trip. He will bo gone several days. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reincke. Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bernice Stromsodt visited in Decorah in Saturday. Miss Patricia Myers, teacher in the Elma schools, spent the weekend here with her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers. Dr. Salsbury Select Weed Killer is now available here in any quantity. Get yours today. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery. Postville. James Kerndt of Lansing, a member of the executive council of the Boy Scouts organization, was a Postville business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb. Mrs. E. C. Sonn- kalb and Mrs. Hnrry Knott visited in the home of Rev. Father Kuccra in Fort Atkinson Monday afternoon. Miss Bernita Hangartner, nurse at the University hospital in Iowa City, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hangartner. Waukon residents will vote June 10 whether to build a municipal electric light plant. The question has been voted down on several previous occasions. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Kummer of Oranqeville, 111., were guests last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kummer at Gunder. The men are brothers. Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil returned home this morning from a several days visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William H Seller, and son. William. Jack Sanders, student at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, came last week to attend the funeral of his grandmother. Mrs. Hannah Ward, and returned to his work Sunday. Russell L. Brown of Evanston, 111., spent the weekend here with his wife at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mrs. Brown will return home this weekend after a two weeks' visit. Mr. and Mrs. Doug Fredendall and son of Belle. Mo., left for their home last week after having been here to visit her sister. Mrs. John Elliott, and family in Postville, and her relatives and friends at Waukon. Mrs. Elmer Dettman and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dettman and son, David, were up at Kensett Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohnke and family, and found Herman well on the road to recovery following his recent operation. We have a letter from Herman Kohnke who with his family moved this spring to Kensett. stating that he was recently released from the hospital in Mason City following his recovery from an operation for appendicitis. While a patient in the hospital he was visited by Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and Mr. and Mrs. George Glock and others from this community and in addition received, numerous cards from his friends here. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Potato Chips, 5 ounce package for 23c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk, 3 tall cans for ?8c Jack Sprat Spiced Luncheon Meat, 12 oz. can for 38c Jack Sprat Potted Meat, 3'/i ounce can for 6c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, two 19 oz. cans for 27c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce czn 33c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 11 ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Salt, 2 2-lb. pkgs ..15c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 25 pound bag for $1.29 Hemo, Chocolate Flavor, 1 pound can for 59c Ovaltine, large jar for 83c Kraft Malted Milk, 1 lb. jar 30c Mayflower Peas, 20 ounce can 14c Mayflower Spinach, two 27-ounce cans for 39c Mayflower Corn, Golden, 2 cans. 25c Clinton Puddings, 6 pkgs 23c Red Kidney Beans, No. 2 can. 16c Chun King Chop Suey Vegetables, No. 2 can. 35c Chun King Noodles, No. Z'A can 25c Chun King Sprouts, No. 2 can....17c Fresh Roasted Peanuts, lb 28c Pitted Dates, 7J4 oz. pkg .27c Miss Inez Skogsmark of Decorah spent the weekend in the Horace Gor- dnnier home. Mrs. Ed Nuehrlng submitted to an operation Tuesday morning at the Postville Community, hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. v. Steele and Mrs. W. J. Clark were Sunday guests in the Joe Weipcrt home In Lansing. Mrs. Dafwin Rounds of Monona spent last weekend here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mis. W. L. Meyer. Mr. nnd Mrs. Robert Roebken of Garnavillo were guests Saturday in the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Dettman and family. Miss Helen Sander spent the weekend in Dubuque and attended the University of Dubuque's traditional May fete Saturday evening. STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS AWAY CLEAN. GET THEM DRY CLEANED NOW. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandt moved back to Postville from Edgewood last week and are again occupying their home north of the Milwaukee depot. Mr. nnd Mrs. Adrian Gamble and children of New Hampton were guests Sunday in the homes of Mrs. Amelia Heins and Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Gamble. ^Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters of Postville are the parents of a baby girl, weighing seven pounds and 10 ounces, born at the Pqstville Community hospital May 2. \ Mrs. Emma Thoma returned home last week from Sioux City where she had been on n visit to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Scholtes. and family. Mr. and Mrs. C. M. Kneeland and Miss Agnes Kneeland of Clermont, and Mr. and Mrs. James McSweeney and family of Fayette were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland. Mrs. Regina Beckman. former Postville resident who has been at Fredericksburg of late, left that city Friday for New Castle, Colo., to spend the summer with her son, Kenneth Sauer essig and family. Guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Behrens were Mr. and Mrs. August Benike and Miss Minnie Kohlwey of West Bend. Wis., and Mrs. J. G. Buch and Ben Kohlwey of Cedarburg, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit James, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Clark, Earl Miller and Joel Clark returned home Monday from Washington. D. C, where the men had gone to transact business connected with the local REA organization. Mrs. Harry Knott of Coggon came Sunday to visit Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb in the homes of Paul Sonnkalb and Anna H. Leui. She was accompanied to Calmar on Monday by Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb where she will visit her brother, Phil French and family. Frank Dulong came last week from his home in Maiden, Mass., for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill home and has decided to spend the summer here, having accepted a position in the Hill hardware store. He and Louis Hill, Jr., were shipmates on the LST 763 during the Pacific war. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Rounds of Pittsburgh, Pa., are the parents of a son, born to them May 1, according to announcements received here by their friends. The Rounds' now have three sons. They have named the new son Alan Walker. Mr. Rounds is with the Woodall Industries, plastic manufacturers. Mr. and Mrs. D. D. Walker and their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Merrith, all of Buckeye, and H. S. Mantor of Garrison were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Tjaden. The first named lady is a sister of Mr. Tjaden. On Monday guests in the Tjaden home were Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomson of Waukon and their son, Bob, and his family. Bob was recently discharged from the armed forces. Milo E. Munger, one of the longtime residents of the Gunder community, was a Herald caller Friday afternoon while in town shopping. He observed his 88th birthday anniversary on Saturday, but none would take him to be much over 55. At present he is making his home with his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobia, at Gunder. v Mr. Munger was recently honored for having been a Mason for 59 years. Cancel Four Trains Here Because of Coal Strike FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPBAT Store , Effective Friday morning. May 10, at 12:01 o'clock 14 passenger trains on the Milwaukee railroad will be discontinued due to the shortage of coal and to comply with an order from the office of defense transportation. Two trains through Postville will be discontinued. The eastbound tiain. No. 18. which leaves here at 2 p. m . and the westbound train. No. 3. which leaves here at 4:59 a. m. Train No. 121, Calmar to Minneapolis, which leaves Calmar at 1:55 p. m.. and Train No. 118. Minneapolis to Calmar, which arrives tit Calmar at 1:15 p. m., will also be discontinued. Several freight trains are also being discontinued. Also effective at 12:01 a. m. Friday. May 10. is an embargo on all carload nnd less-than-carload shipments consigned to nil destinations in the United States, Canada and Mexico. There are some exceptions to the embargo on freight shipments. The exceptions from the embargo are the following: (1) Livestock and live poultry. (2) Coal, coke, coal by products, charcoal, gasoline, fuel oil. kerosene, lubricating oils and liquified petroleum gas. (31 All food for human consumption, including wheat, corn, oats, rye, barley, rice, cereal products, soy beans, salt, canned goods, sugar, lard substitutes and perishable foods. Feed for animals and poultry, not including hay and straw. Seeds for food products. (4) Printing paper, including newsprint, printing ink. newspapers and magazines. (5) Medicine, drugs, surgical instruments and surgical dressings. (G) Liquid chlorine, alum lime sulphate of iron and similar chemicals when consigned to municipal authorities to be used for purification of water supply or sewage. Also the return of empty chlorine cylinders. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill and son, Louis. Jr., and Frank Dulong of Maiden, Mass., who Is visiting In the Hill home, attended a meeting of the board of directors of the Iown Retail Hardware association in Mason City Sunday and Monday. WEDNESDAY, MAY I, IMi Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sander and Bon. nte, and Otto C. Sander went to Day. enport Sunday and brought the latter'* wife home after she had spent th« week with how daughter, Mrs. Chart« Hnmmcl, who was a patient In a hos- pltal following an operation. Eight Boy Scouts Hike, Cook Supper in Open HUBBARD SUNSHINE HONEYMEAD 14% Grain Base Hog Feed ' Tankage Feeding Oatmeal Pulverized Oats Postville Special Chick Starter Postville Special Egg Mash Fertilizer These are a few of the items we have. Let us help you with your feed problems. Postville Feed Mill Eight Boy Scouts, with their scoutmaster, Robert H. Burling, went on a hike Sunday afternoon to the stone quarry northwest of town and each scout cooked his own supper of bacon and eggs over an open fire. The following scouts went on the hike: Luther Heins. Richard Cayton. Gene Groth. Jack Overeen. John Hoth. James Koevenig. Leonard Ricker and John Dresser. Scout meetings are now being held Monday evenings at 7 o'clock at the schoolhouse. Any boy. 12 to 21, is eligible to join the local scout troop and may attend the meetings, Mr. Burling said. IOWA FARM KERNELS. Southern Iowa gardeners usually find it safe to plant bush and pule snap beans the first week in May. Lima beans, however, are especially sensitive to cold soil and shouldn't be planted until after May 15. Edible soybeans also should be planted after May 15. In northern Iowa, it's safer to wait until about June 10. Bush beans should be planted one to l'i inches deep with the seed spaced two to three inches in the row. Allow two feet between rows for hand cultivation. Pole beans are planted one to two inches deep, four to six inches between plants and rows three feet apart. • * » • * A small planting of an early maturing variety of sweet corn might be made the first week in May. Perhaps some roasting cars can be enjoyed by the Fourth of July, if weather is favorable. The main planting, however, should not be made until May 15 or later. The seed should be treated with a seed protectant and disinfectant dust before planting. * * * * • Some protection from prevailing southwest winds can be obtained by planting rows of thickly planted field corn along the south and west borders of the garden. A late-maturing, tall- growing variety is recommended. Today's best buy—a Herald want ad. WE HAVE A COMPLETE FOOD SUPPLY FOR PICNICS POTITO CHIPS Glenn J. Jarmes Fine Foods CATALOG CLEANING NEEDS 14 Inch DUST MOP 89c Reversible, uses either side. Pointed shape for dusting corners. Houithold MOP STICK 25c Metal mop holder nnd handle. Spring- type quick release holder. WINDOW- Metal DUSTPAN 35 The fast way to clean wtindows. Leaves them sparkling. Just spray and wipe ... no splash or wiping up afterwards. Back Again! Metal dust pan with hood. Black finish. -GLEANER ••ounce BOTTLE with SPRAYER •eth for Super Kttan POLISH Large 24 Ox. 19c A safe, dependable polish for furniture & woodwork. Also used for oil m o p s. Contains cedar oil. Porcelain Gleaner Large Stie 25 Instantly removes sink and bath tub stains, also brown stains from enamel ranges and refrigerators. Lan-o-Sheen CLEANS and RENEWS Faifer Saftr Easier 'V Pkg. LAN-O-SHEEN (containing Lanolin) is a new scientific cleaning compound that brings "Spontaneous Evaporation" to the cleansing of fabrics. LAN-O- SHEEN gives renewed life. It deodorizes, disinfects and restores color. Contains no ether, no ammonia, free lye or bleach. Pint Cleans walls or woodwork quickly. One tablespoon to one gal. hot water. Supirflo WAX FINISH 39c Our Own SU- PERFLO brand — a guaranteed, satisfactory wax of highest quality. Dries with a lustre. LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing ave We Now H A Good Stock of M OR-GAIN STARTER AND GROWING MASH and CARGILL STARTER AND DEVELOPER MASH The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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