Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 22, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA._ WEDNESDAY, MAT 22, 1945 Postville Herald Win. J. Klingbell. Publisher Entered at the PostofTtce nt Postville, Iowa, ns Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $'2.00 Per Year In Iowa Blx Months, $1.50 Three Months, Elsewhere $3.00 Tcr Year 75c 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 7t. ^/I'ltmC-v'i— WEDNESDAY. MAY 22. 1946. Glenn James went to Waukon Tuesday ofl business. A. L. Peterson went to Rochester. Minn., last Wednesday. Charles Hoth is employed at Jarmes grocery (or tho summer. Miss Helen Geordt of Dyersville is visiting her sister. Mrs. John Brueckner. Walter Falb of Elgin and John Falb, Jr.. went to Chicago for several days last week on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Brueckner and Miss Helen Geordt of Dyersville spent Tuesday in La Crosse. Wis. Don Ritchie. QM 3 C. arrived here last week for a visit in the home of his uncle. Jack LaVelle, and family. Don is on a -0-day leave from his duties at the Naval Station. Astoria, Oregon. Miss Dolores McNally of Burbank, Calif., is spending a month's vacation at the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Louis McNally. Miss McNally is a stewardess for the TWA airlines between Kansas City and San Francisco. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 23, 24 and 25 "THE SAILOR TAKES A WIFE" with Bob Walker, June Allyson, Rochester and a capable cast This delightful comedy-drama really clicks. Lots of fun for everybody. A fine human story and it really hits the ball. Even better than "What Next Corporal Hargrove'' and that was a honey. ALSO SELECTED SHORT SUBJECTS IMiimiiimiu milium" IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII Mr. nnd Mrs. John Brueckner rpent Sunday in Dyersville. C. N. Hart Is spending n few days with his son. J. F. Hart. Elrie Ruckdaschcl went to Minneapolis Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. Auldcn Cornish went to Fayette Sunday to sec Ezra Cornish, who is ill. Ward Rima and son. Donald, of Dc- corah spent Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rima. Rudy Hartwig is going to Cresco on Thursday to attend the Iowa Oil company dealers' meeting. Mr. and Mrs. Tony Olesen of Preston. Minn., visited the former's brother. Roy Olesen, Sunday. Miss Marjorie Kerr. 1946 graduate of the Postville high school, is assisting in Boyd Turner's office. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson and family of Elgin were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. nnd Mrs. John Burrow. Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore and son. Jack, of Des Moines spent the weekend here with Mr. and Mrs. Lester Robbins. Ethelyn Smith and Laura Lewis of Manchester were here yesterday to attend the funeral o'f Ida E. Smith, aunt of the former. Dr. Salsbury Select Weed Killer is now available here in any quantity. Get yours today. Meyer's Four-County Hatchery. Postville. Gordon Suckow returned to- his home in Van Meter last Wednesday after spending a few days with his brothers. Dale and Marvin. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman and son. Michael, of Minneapolis spent the weekend with Mrs. Blakeman's parents. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. J. Mnsonhall. Miss Elaine Hesse returned to her home near Waukon Friday after spending several days in the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snitker. E. J. Handy went to Milwaukee, Wis., Saturday and was accompanied home by Mrs. Handy, who had spent several days with their daughter, Mrs. Roger Hubbell. and family. Mr. and Mrs. Orlo Taylor of Postville are the parents of a son. born May 19 at the Postville Community hospital. The baby weighed eight pounds. 13 ounces, at birth. Sheriff Peter C. Hendrickson of Waukon. republican candidate for reelection, was a Postville business visitor Thursday and found time to put in a few plugs for his candidacy. Major Robert C. Bachtell has been transferred from Oakland, Calif., to Colorado Springs. Colo., where he is with the Strategic Air Command, Office of Aircraft Accident Prevention, Field Office No. 2, a letter from his wife advises us. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gray left Friday for Atlanta. Georgia, to visit in the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray, and to make the acquaintance -of their little granddaughter, whom they have never seen. They were accompanied on the trip by William H. Oehring. Theodore H. Rumph, Jr., republican candidate for sheriff, was a Postville visitor Monday forenoon in the interest of his candidacy. He is a son of Mr. nnd Mrs. Theodore Rumph of/ Waukon, a veteran of World War 111 having served for three years, seven months of which was in Europe. H^s father was sheriff in Allamakee coup- ty from 1917 to 1921. He has an advertisement in today's Herald. ; SUNDAY, MONDAY, MAY 26 and 27 "CINDERELLA JONES" —with Joan Leslie and Robert Alda Also — Edward Everett Horton, S. Z. Sakal, and Julie Bishop A little bit of everything that goes into good entertainment. Joan, in love with bandleader Robert Alda, has one heck of a time, but fun is the keynote and music secondary, so everything comes out right in the long run. There are some fine musical numbers in this swell little show. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TWO SHOWS EACH NIGHT— at 7:15 and 9:30 TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 28 and 29 "LEAVE IT TO BLONDIE" —with Dagwood and Blondie just as you see them in the funnies ALSO "SING ME A SONG OF TEXAS" —with the Hoosler Hot Shots, Hat Mclntyre and his fine band, plus a host of others, including Slim Summerville Tuesday & Wednesday ARE CASH NIGHTS! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 8 ounce package 9c Jack Sprat Peas, No. 5 Sclve,- 20 ounce can for 17c Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, 19 ounce can 15c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, three 7 oz. pkgs 19c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 15!» ounce can for 9c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 20 ounce can for 12c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can 33c Jack Sprat Yellow Whole Corn, per can 16c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, 2 cans... 27c Jack Sprat Milk, 2 tall cans 19c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, lb. bag. 31c Kennedy's Spaghetti,.in Tomato Sauce, two 16 oz. Jars 35o Ritz Crackers, 1 Jb. pkg 25c Crackin' Good Saltine Crackers, 1 pound 19c Crackin' Good Graham Crackers, 1 pound. 19c Chili ConCyne, Hy-Power, with beans, per can 22c Diamond Matches, 6 large boxes. 29c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c Sun-X Bleach, 2 quarts tor. 25c California Lima Beans, Urge size, per pound 15c Rice, Fancy, bulk, per pound 10c Jack Sprat Chicken-Noodle Dinner, 1 pound jar 39c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store Elroy Sampson of McGregor visited his sister, Mrs. Chnrles Wedo, Sunday. August Miller was a business visitor in Cedar Rapids Tuesday. Emmett Helgerson of Wnverly spent the weekend here with his mother, Mrs. Clara Helgerson. Frank Winter of St. Cloud, Minn., came last Thursday for a visit with his son, Al Winter, and family. Mrs. Amanda Schultz and Joanne of Ossian came Monday to spend a few days in the Emil Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and family were dinner guests at the Walter Lundy home in Decorah Sunday. There were 19 decks of livestock shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier returned last week from a trip west and are now at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segrist. A son, weighing eight pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Louis Olson of Clermont May 16 at the Postville Community hospital. STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS AWAY CLEAN. GET THEM DRY CLEANED NOW. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. John L. Gregg went to Waterloo today to attend an open house of the Wood Products company which showing a new prefabricated house. Arthur Nesteby and Miss Irene Hoover attended the memorial services for Flight Officer Gerald Boleyn at the Baptist church in Elgin Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill, Louis Hill Jr.. and Frank Dulong of Maiden. Mass.. were in Minneapolis yesterday and today on a buying trip for the Hill hardware store. Mrs. W. Fischer and Mis. Emma Fischer of Janesvillc. Wis., were here from Friday to Tuesday visiting in the home of their father. Fred Dicier, and their brothers. Emmet and Herbert and their families. Frank Buhlman and his friend were here from Waterloo Saturday to visit in the home of the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Baltz. While here, they went out to Yellow river and caught a couple of trout to take home with them. Edward J. Zupke. republican candidate for sheriff, was a Postville visitor Monday calling on voters in this section of the county. He is a resident of Waukon, but has a wide acquaintance here among the farmers, having been engaged in tiling work for three years. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marian went to Chicago, 111., Sunday. They were accompanied by the former's mother, Mrs. E. C % Sonnkalb and aunt, Anna H. Leui as far as Hinsdale, 111., where they will visit Mrs. Jessie Sanders in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Reineke. Norris Blegen, commander, and Robert H. Burling, adjutant of the Arthur F. Brandt post of the American Legion and Mrs. S. C. Baily, president of the Allamakee county American Legion Auxiliary, attended the fourth district American Legion meeting at Charjes City last Tuesday. Jerry Davis, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis, who live near the South Grove school in Post township, was severely injured last Wednesday when he fell off the bicycle on which he was standing while coasting down the long hill to the south of the Davis farm. He was brought to the Postville hospital where 20 stitches were required to close the wounds on his face and forehead. Lester G. Meyer, a brother of Mrs. Ruby Peckham of this city, and former Fayette county superintendent of schools, expects to move from West Union to Maquoketa the coming week to open a book, toy and gift store in the latter city. Mr. Meyer recently was discharged from Red Cross service. He was stationed in India, Burma and China during the war as a Red Cross field director and Herald readers will recall the interesting letters from him we published in these columns. For Sale— 10 -tube radio: like new. Arthur Flagc, phone 182-X, Waukon, Iown.— 29p. Wnnted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company, Postville. Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Borcherdlng and son, and Miss Louise Kugcl were here from Guttenberg on business Friday afternoon. L. R. Jackson was at Marshalllown over Sunday and before returning here he made a corn and oats buying trip through eastern Iowa. Mrs. Carl Lenth and Mrs. Viola Mueller of F.lkadcr wore visitors on Thursday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snitker. Mrs. Ed Nuehiing. who had been a patient al the Postville hospital, was able to return to her homo in Grand Meadow township on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abcrnethy returned home Sunday from their honeymoon and Mr. Abcrnethy resumed his duties at the store Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Kozolka and Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kozolka nnd daughter went to Madison. Wis., Sunday to visit Mrs. Donald Willard. Miss Grctchcn Myers, who taught in the Arlington schools the past year, returned Saturday to the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Brandt wont to La Crosse. Wis., last Wednesday where Mrs. Brandt submitted to an operation at the Lutheran hospital on Friday. She is reported getting along satisfactorily. Mrs. George Bursell. who was taken to a hospital in Iowa City last week after falling and receiving a broken collar bono, was brought homo Friday and is being cared for at the home of her son, James Bursell. Mrs. William F. Kirby came out from Chicago Monday for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Mark Piatt and Mrs. Birdie P. Durno home. She is a niece of Mrs. Piatt and expects to leave Chicago soon for Yokohama. Japan, where hor husband, a Lieutenant-Colonel in the army, is stationed. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hammel spent Sunday in Davenport with Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hammel, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hammel and Mr, and Mrs. Kenneth Hinman. Virgil and Charles are sons of tho Hammels and Mrs. Hinman is a daughter. Mr. Hammel presented his son, Virgil, with the chestnut sorrel American bred saddle horse that he has been riding lately. Among those from Postville who attended the northeastern Iowa bankers' convention held in Dubuque last Thursday were C. F. Meier, A. L. Meier, W. A. Kneeland. Dr. F. W. Kiesau. Louis Schutte. Harvey Schultz, Roy Olesen. George Kohlmann, Fred J. Miller, John A. Palas, John A. Schroeder. A. C. Webster. L. O. Boucher and Carlton Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. James Lennon, Mr. •antTMrs. Ed Nelson and son. Francis, and Mrs. Cora Lennon returned home last week from a short trip through Minnesota and into Canada. They visited relatives at Warrode, Wabun, Lake Alexander and Minneapolis, Minn. When they returned home, they found Edgar Nelson, RM 3/C. had arrived ahead of them for a two week's leave from his duties at the naval base in San Diego, Calif., where he has been stationed. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Clifton of Seattle. Wash., called on Postville friends and relatives last Wednesday. They are making an auto trip and visiting relatives in Waukon, Cedar Rapids and Ida Grove. Mr. Clifton is a prominent west coast electrical engineer. Mrs. Clifton, the former Anna Mickclson, is a Postville girl, a graduate of our high school and a former teacher in our schools. The Cliftons were accompanied by Mrs. James Bryson of Waukon. Mrs. Bryson as Mary Mickelson presided over our junior high school for a number of years in the early part of the present century, and guided many of Postville's prominent citizens through their difficult adolescent years. AMERICAN LEGION TO HAVE BENEFIT DANCE HERE JUNE 7 Plans for n benefit dance al the Big-Four pavilion Friday night, June 7, were completed at the May meeting of the Arthur F. Brandt post of the American Legion Tuesday evening. It was also announced at the meeting that the Legion room in Memorial hall will be open Tuesday evenings as a lounge room for veterans. The local post is also running a concession al the Saturday night dances at the Big-Four pavilion. Mr. and Mrs. Win. J. Klingbeil and Bernard C. Smith were at Waukon on business last Thursday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindoll and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell attended the funeral of the former's mother, Mrs. Joe Tindell, at Guttenberg Monday. Ciossa Beryl Lulunaii and her friend. Nod Palmer, students al the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, spent the weekend here in the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs, F. II. Luhninn. Think twice before you take a otid slice. NO SALE the week of MAY 30 REGULAR SALE will be held THURS., JUNE 6 West Union Auction Exchange 1 SUM- JOO mn4 1,000 Ife. Mf htvt ^ w IOWA C«UM SIP AB AIOR Ff ATOMS • Absolutely no gearj •Oll-iea ta ball bearings • Interchangeable stainless stetl dhes • Curved disc bowl •Skims warm or cold milk •Streamlined, sanitary design . . , baked white enamel finish •Waist-low,anti-splash supply lute •Low operating cost, approiimaltly one cent per day I LOUIS L HILL Heating, Hardware and I'lumbin; OUR OWN HARDWARE Postville Stores will be CLOSED ALL DAY MEMORIAL DAY Thursday, May 30 * Postville Commercial Club IB YOUR CAR MUST CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU SERVICE UNTIL YOU CAN GET A NEW ONE £ Our Spring Tune-Up Adds Longer Life ' to Your Car Mi Drive in today for a complete change-over from winter lubricants to summer oils and greases. We'll vitalize your car for smooth, pleasant driving all through the summer. Falb Motor Co. Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa We Still Have A Good Stock of CANNED Peas and Corn GOOD GRADES BUY THEM BY THE CASE NOW AND SAVE MONEY ! WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS for CHERRIES IN 30-POUND LUGS Sugared and Pitted BING and RED STURGEON BAY CHERRIES The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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