Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 15, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 15, 1946
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PAGE FOCTL THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MAY 15, ij^ Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllnfbell, Publisher Entered at the Postofficc at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICK $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_ W^ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. MAY 15. 1946. Emil C. Schtilt; was in Decorah on business Monday. Tim Foley came up from Dubuque Tuesday for a visit to local friends. Gordon Suckow of Van Meter came Saturday to visit his brothers. Marvin and Dale. Wanted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company. Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell attended the Iowa shoo show in Des Moines Sunday and Monday. John Bush, coach at Strawberry Point, spent Sunday at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush.' Mr. and Mrs. Hairy Tyler went to Alta Vista Sunday to visit the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reincke. Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bernice Stromsodt spent Sunday in Calmar and Decorah. Neil Bulman. student at Iowa Slate college at Ames, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman. Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Meyer are in receipt of word that their son. Donald, was promoted to corporal last week. He is now with the AAAF Regional Hospital at Amarillo, Texas. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 16, 17 and 18 "DOLL FACE" with Perry Como, Vivian Blaine, Carmen Miranda and Sid Silvers This fine musical comedy, produced by the company that gave you - The Dolly Sisters" and •"State Fair'*, has rung the old bell again with another grand show. Perry Como singing, "I Didn't Mean A Word I Said", is terrific. All in all it's a fine film that has really been hitting a new high at all box offices in the small and the large towns alike. >l>nuiiimi>,mn>u,,uimii SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 26, 27, 28 and 29 FOUR BIG NIGHTS ! "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" —with Gene Tierney, Cornell Wilde, Jeanne Crain and Vincent Price Filmed In Beautiful Technicolor When the producers of "Bells of St. Mary's" demanded that the picture play five days in Postville we thought they were crazy —but they weren't as it was proven otherwise. The producers of this fine dramatic film demand a four day run because their records show that the film has and is doing a business second to "The Bells of St. Mary's" —which is terrific. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT— at 7:15 and 9:30 NO CASH NIGHTS THIS WEEK John Falb went to Des Moines Monday on business. Lyle Kurdelmeler was a business caller in Decorah Monday. /Ggne. Mork, Seaman 2/C, is here from San Diego, Calif., tor n visit to home follcsA Miss™Mary Simon of Des Moines spent Friday and Saturday at the Will Oehring home. William and Edward Kozelka 'attended the Iowa shoe show in Des Moines Monday. Ma> and Mrs. Harold Lawson and famny of Marquette spent Sunday here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozelka went to Madison, Wis., Friday to sec Mr. Kozelka's sister, Mrs. Donald Willard. Neil Peckham went to Des Moines Monday morning to enter the Veterans hospital for observation and treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lawson went to Stewartville. Minn. Sunday to visit Mrs. Lawson's aunt, Miss Minnie Boettecher. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson drove to Worthington, Minn., Saturday to spend Mother's Day with his mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson. Mrs. R. L. Brown left on Friday for her home in Evanston. 111., after a two weeks visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS AWAY CLEAN. GET THEM DRY CLEANED NOW. GORDANIER CLEANERS. POSTVILLE. Elizabeth Schultz was home from St. Olaf College. Northfleld. Minn., visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz. from Thursday to Monday. ^Tfmong Winneshiek county men who enlisted in the navy last week was Gilbert F. Livingood, son of Mr. and Mrs. w Cecil Livingood, of this com- munityTj "Mr." and Mrs. Wilson Lange and family of Decorah were here Sunday visiting his parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lange. and her parents. Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hein and Marcella Mitchell of Cedar Falls spent the Mothers Day weekend in the homes of Mrs. Lena Lenth and Mrs. George W. Hein. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner, Mrs. Anna Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Luhman were in Minneapolis over the weekend on a buying trip for the Luhman & Huebner store. A PowerAire demonstration of spray painting was held last Wednesday afternoon at the Cloy Schultz farm under the sponsorship of Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply store. Robert H. Burling. W. H. Burling. A. J. Palas and Joseph B. Steele attended a legal institute and dinner at the Winneshiek hotel in Decorah Friday evening. The institute was sponsored by the bar associatiqn of the 13th judicial district of Iowa. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb and Miss Anna H. Leui entertained the following Sunday at a dinner at Hotel Winneshiek, Decorah: Colonel and Mrs. Charles Sonnkalb of Columbus. Ohio, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marian, and Murtis Gordanier. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Theatre on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May 26, 27, 28 and 29. Be sure that you see this grand Technicolor drama. It will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 1946! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Peas, Surprise, 2 cans for 33c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 2 pound jar for 59c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 15!4 ounce can for , 10c Jack Sprat Green or Wax .Beans, per can 15c Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, per can 16c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Jack Sprat Spinach, No. 2 can 17c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, No. 2 can for 18c Jack Sprat Tomatoes, No. 2 can 17c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, lb. bag 31c Sanka Coffee, 1 lb. jar 39o Gorton's Cod Fish, lb. pkg 50c Mayflower Tomatoes, No. 2 can... 15c Olives, pint jar for 59c Kennedy's Spaghetti, two 16 ounce jars for 35c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c Hormel's Pig Feet, pint jar 24c Quaker Milk Macaroni, 8 ounce package for ...10c Quality Spaghetti, 2 lb. pkg 20o Crackin' Good Crackers, 1 pound pkg. for ...19c Crackin' Good Graham Crackers, 1 pound package (or 19c FRESH FRUITS A VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. f H0MA . The JACK SPRAT Store Dr. C. M. Morgan spent the weekend with his family in Ames. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder spent Sunday with Mrs. John McLean in Fayette. Mrs. Amanda Phillips and Miss Irene Meier visited in the W. C. Falb home j in Elgin Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and family were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Olson home in Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Boucher and family of Kansas City, Mo., spent the weekend at the L. O. Beueher home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christofferson spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Daniels, Des Moines. Cloy Timmorman came Wednesday night from Chicago for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Timmor­ man. H. J. Carney of Perry came Friday to get his wife and two daughters, who spent a month in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. A son, weighing eight pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sanders of Elgin May 9 at the Postville Community hospital. He has been named Ray Arnold. Mrs. George Bursell fell at her home Saturday noon and received a fractured collar bone. She was taken to the hospital in Iowa-City Monday for__treatment. /Lee B. Folsom shipped 21 head of worVhorses to Potosi. Wis., last -week These were. purchased in this community and will be used__for farm purposes in the Badger state. | Robert H. Burling ana Joseph B. Steele attended a founder's day dinner of the Delta Theta Phi law fraternity Saturday evening at the Jefferson hotel in Iowa City. County Treasurer Leon Henderson reports the registration-of 51 new 1946 model cars and trucks since the 194B licenses went on sale, of which 34 were passenger cars and 17 were trucks. Mrs. L. R. Jackson of Marshalltown spent the weekend here with her husband, and on Sunday both went to Blooming Prairie. Minn., to visit their daughter. Maxine, who teaches in the schools there. Eugene Baltz of Onawa spent the Mother's Day weekend here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Baltz. Gene is again employed with the U. S. engineers, a position he held before the war. Robert Muchow, Radioman third class, of the U. S. Coast Guard, is here on a visit to his father, Walter Muchow. He has been stationed at Atlantic City, and when he leaves Friday he expects to be ordered to Alaskan waters. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Theatre on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, May 26, 27, 28 and 29. Be sure that you see this grand Technicolor drama. It will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 1946! Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Blackman and two sons of Cedar Rapids came Saturday to visit in the Harvey Douglass home. Mr. Blackman returned to Cedar Rapids Sunday night and came back Wednesday for his wife and sons Mr. Blackman is a former coach at Postville high school. Mr. and Mrs. John Brueckner went to Cresco Sunday. Mr. Brueckner played catcher on the Cresco baseball team which defeated Decorah, 7 to 0, in the opening game of the Northeast Iowa baseball league. Gehrke, former Upper Iowa university southpaw, was Brueckner's battery mate. Miss Virginia Oldag, who is in nurse's training at Finley hospital in Dubuque, spent the last week at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Oldag. She left Monday morning for Akron, Ohio, where she will take a three months' specialized course in pediatrics at the Children's hospital. Robert Coon of McGregor was a Postville business visitor Monday in the interest of his candidacy for nomination as county attorney for Clayton county on the Republican ticket. A nephew of Leonard Pearson of this city, Mr. Coon has been a practicing attorney at McGregor since 1938. He spent three years in the U. S. navy during the war. Theo Klemme returned home Saturday from his visit In Kiel and Plymouth, Wis. Miss Qlive Grinder spent Mother 's day with her mother, Mrs. Sarah Grinder, in Racine, Wis. Thirteen decks of livestock were shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. Dr. R. F. Schneider. Willard A. Meyer, Harvey Lenth and Arbey Rose attended Veishea day at Iowa State College Friday. Miss Rose McNeil and Miss May McNeil spent Sunday in Waukon at the home of their nephew and his wife, Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil. Col. und Mrs. Charles Sonnkalb of Columbus, Ohio, came Friday to visit their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonn­ kalb and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beueher and families. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON. IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of New Hampton and Mr. and Mrs. Olc Anderson of Waukon were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. George Sebastian. Mrs. Charles Anderson is a daughter of the Sebastians. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landt and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lenth and Gayle were in Mason City last Wednesday and Thursday, shopping and visiting in the Mr. and Mrs. Will Garms and Mr. and Mrs. Vern Dillabcr homes. Miss Jeanne Moon, daughter of Mr and Mrs. Roy Moon, who has been teaching in the Marquette public schools the last three years, has been elected to teach the third and fourth grades in the Mason City schools for the coming year. Lyle Schroeder. student at the Uni versity of Iowa in Iowa City, and Stanley Schroeder of Chicago spent Mother's day at the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. Stanley stayed the rest of this week nnd will return to Chicago this weekend. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Theatre on Sunday. Monday, Tuesday. Wednesday, May 26. 27. 28 and 29. Be sure that you sec this grand Technicolor drama. It will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 1946! Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz and Eudora and Wesley. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz and family were at La Crosse, Wis, Sunday to visit Mrs. Lloyd Sampson, a sister of Lloyd and Mrs. Emil Schultz. who is a patient in the hospital there. A rummage sale will-be held Saturday morning at nine o'clock in the basement of the Community Presbyterian church. The proceeds of this sale will go to the rehabilitation fund of the Presbyterian church which is to be used for rebuilding churches in devastated areas in Europe. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green had as their guests last weekend Mrs. Green's mother and sisters. Mrs. Anna T. Stoessel, Miss Loretta Stoessel and Mrs. Bud Reusch, all of Ottumwa. Other guests were Sgt. Ted Musgrove and two daughters of El Paso. Texas. Miss Phyllis Erickson of Decorah and Bud Reusch of Ottumwa. Among recent real estate transfers in Postville are the following: H. D. Webb to Curtis Abernethy, a lot in east Postville; Frank L. Eaton. Claudia Meier and Amanda Phillips to Glenn J. Jarmes, business building and lot; Incorporated Town of Postville to Burr Cook, a lot adjoining his filling station for $500; Town of Postville, lots west of aforementioned to Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative, Inc for $2,242.62. LATE WANT ADS! For Sale—1934 Ford V-8 coach. In good condition. Good tires. Harlan Sebastian. Route 2. Postville.-28p. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Theatre on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday, May 26, 27, 28 and 29. Be sure that you see this grand Technicolor drama. It will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 1946! Producing more food for thU world at war u a big Job Let's work together and we'll produce our (hare. I can help you make plans for bigger production, develop feeding program* that are money rruken, and give you information about your livestock In general. I'm your Occo Service Men, ready to give you the kind of service that it being used with success on thousand* of mld-we»t farms, Oct In touch with me today. A ' telephone call or a poetcard will bring me to your (arm, ready to help you. MEL ALSIN Telephone 5-J Lost—A 30x3'„ tire and lube Saturday between Postville nnd Cnlmnr: al­ so'a sideboard with iron stake. Will pay reward for return to Frank Han- ga'rlner. Postville—28c. For Sale—Swiss heifer calves. Would trade for Shorthorn calves. Would al- o buv Shorthorn calves from a few davs to two weeks old. Harlan Sebastian. Route 2, Postville—28p. Get your started chicks now. We have them from one to 6 weeks old. Have 300 Black Giant pullets 5 weeks old; 250 RutT Orpingtons G weeks old, 100 New Hampshire Red Cockerels 3 weeks old. White Rocks, Barred Hocks. Austra Whites, Leghorn Rox, Black Giants. Buff Orpington nnd White Leghorn pullets started. Baby chicks every Tuesday and FrldaytT horn cockerels every Friday 11 on 100. Electric brooders and 'oil brnS? « crs. Poultry equipment, feedersT.! ' fountains. Todd's West Side HUM, M Waukon, Iowa.—28p. Cl THANK YOU. hoty, We wish to thank all those whn loaned chairs, furniture, etc., and wh helped make the Junior Prom a su cess. The Junior Class of p. H " S C * Dr. Salsbury Select Weed Killer l, now available here in nnv . quantity. Get yours today. Meyer 's Four-Coun. ty Hatchery, Postville. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Thratre ci Sunday, Monday, Tuesday. Wednrjdt r , May 26.27, 28 and 29. Be sure that y«, •ice this grand Technicolor drama, it will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 19461 FISHING SEASON FOR PIKE OPENS WEDNESDAY, MAY 15 The fishing season on all non-nesting game fish opens May 15 in all water except artificial lakes, which open June 1. The non-nesting fish include northern pike, wall-eyed pike and sauger pike; yellow perch, yellow bass, striped bass and silver bass. Crappies may be taken May 15 on East and West Okoboji, Storm, Clear, Manawa, and Black Hawk lakes only, under authority of a recent conservation commission administrative order. _\ THESE TWO SEALS MEAN IJ PROTECTION FOR BABY For Baby** Diet EINZ STRAMNED FOODS (14 KINDS) Complete Line of Heinz Baby Cereals Strained Fruits and Vegetables Junior Foods Baby Food Center Glenn J. Jarmes Fine Foods I VALUES MOTH PROTECTION Moth Crystals 69c Sprinkle on clothing. knit Roods, draperies, blankets, carpets, etc. In handy sprinkling metal •Mil. MOTH TABLETS For trunks, drawers, wardrobes or other places where moth protection is desired. Kills moths and larvae. STORAGE BAG For Moth Protection 27 Made of heavier weight dark red Kraft paper. Closed by folding edge over twice and fastened by metal clamps. For protection place moth crystals or moth tablets inside. ANTI-MOTH Clothes Protector 69' KILLS MOTHS AND MOTH EGGS. Protects your valuable clothes from moth damage during the spring and summer months. Hang one of these handy moth killers in every clothes closet. LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing Horse Show AT NATIONAL FAIR GROUNDS MEMORIAL DAY Thursday, May 30 at one o'clock *600 IN PRIZES —will be offered in classes of Ponies, three-gaited, five-gaited, spotted horse, Palomino, combination riding and driving, stallion class, stock horses and musical chair for ponies. Write or contact John Hartwick, McGregor, concerning entries. ADMISSION r ~50cphii tax

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