Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 29, 1946 · Page 4
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*AGK FOUR. ••» no iivmi'-'Mi'"""'' THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, MAY W, iwj. Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllngbrll, Publisher Xnterod at the PostcfTice nt Postville. Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SVBSCRIPTIOX 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, 35e 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. / T NATIONAL 6DITORIAL_L ^^ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY, MAY 29, 1M6. Dwight Marston is working temporarily at Hecker's service station. Harry Turner was taken to the Postville Community hospital Sunday for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waters of Des Moines visited Sunday afternoon with his aunt. Mrs. John Waters. Mr. and .Mrs. Aulden Cornish went to Fayette Monday to attend the funeral of Mr. Cornish's uncle. Ezra Cornish. IRIS THEATRE I Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 30, 31, JUNE 1 "THE SPIRAL STAIRCASE" —with George Brent and Dorothy MacGuire The novel is the most exciting and thrilling of all mystery books and enjoys the largest number of volumes of any and all similar books. The film has been doing a large and consistent business. Small theaters and large ones alike all are packed and waiting in line is not uncommon. If you are one of the many who have read the book then you will be more than anxious to see the film. Please do not tell the ending. tinmiiiHHiiiHiiMHmimiHii SUNDAY, MONDAY, JUNE 2 and 3 "TONIGHT AND EVERY NIGHT" —with Rita Hayworth, Lee Bowman, Adele Gorgens and many others in this beautiful Technicolor musical film The sheer beauty of the film is worth the admission alone. An improvement over even the most beautiful previous Technicolor. The story is swell. There is romance, music, singing, dancing and side-splitting comedy. Rita Hayworth will have the "wolves" really howling. You ean*t beat this beautiful film for all around entertainment. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 4 and 5 "DAKOTA" —with John Wayne and Vera Ralston One hour and thirty minutes of blistering thrills and action! With the exception of "Northwest Mounted Police" this is the best big western this theater has played in a long time. — ALSO — A Two-Reel Comedy featuring the Three Stooges that's a scream — ALSO — A Good Technicolor Cartoon Owing to the length of "DAKOTA" short subjects are being run instead of another feature. Tuesday & Wednesday — ABE — CASH NIGHTS! Dr. C. M. Morgan attended a meeting of veterinarians in Waterloo Tuesday. Wanted—Women for steady or part time work at the Groth Packing Company, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schrocder and family were Sunday guests in the R. L. Hangartner home in Waukon. Rudy Hartwig won a brand new tire at the Iowa Oil company dealer convention held at Ciesco Thursday evening. Lost—A large jaekhammer drill be- iwccn Groth farm northeast of Cas- tali.i and Dccornh. Reward for return to County Garage. Docorah.—30c. Mr. and Mrs. George B. Leavcrton of Iowa City spent the weekend here -rrf'the home of the latter's parents. Mr. aucUUrs. Arthur Schultz. ii-RfiUert H. Burling of Postville was appointed Justice of the Pence for Post township at a meeting of the. Al- lamnk£c_ county Board of Supervisors recently^ j "WrsT Truman Overeen and her mother. Mrs. J. T. Householder, returned here Monday morning from Burt, where they,had spent a week visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groth and son. Gene, and Mrs. Augusta Groth visited the former's brother and the latter's son. Arthur, and family in Ortonville, Minn., Sunday and Monday. The annual rally of the Lutheran Brotherhoods of the Decorah Circuit will be held at Big Canoe Lutheran church. 13 miles northeast of Decorah. Tuesday evening. June 4. at 8.00 . Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Sander and daughter. Helen. Miss Ethel DeBuhr, Mrs. Fred Gericke and Mrs. Minnie Heins were in Waterloo Friday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. Alfred Olson. ANNUAL DINNER —The Castalia Ladies' Aid will serve dinner at Zion Lutheran church Tuesday evening, June 4. the serving to start at five o'clock. The public is cordially in- [vitedjo attend. Mis§.Judyth Thoma. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Thoma. was among those who received certificates in elementary education at the commencement exercises at Luther College. Decorah. Monday evenings Mrs. Othilia Swenson ofTfochester, Minn.: Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kozelka and daughter. Gail, and Mrs. Emma Gunderson and daughter. Verla. were Sunday guests in the homes of Mrs. Bertha Monson and G. M. Ingwall at Blanchardville, Wis. Eldon Dull of Monona was a Postville visitor Thursday to place his advertisement in the Herald. He was graduated recently from the Reisch School of Auctioneering at Mason City, and is announcing his availability to cry all kinds of public sales. Roy N. Tollefson of Union Prairie township was a Postville visitor Saturday calling on voters and friends. Mr. Tollefson is the democratic candidate for supervisor for the term beginning January 1, 1948. He is a lifelong resident of this county and is a farmer. Roland Herman, who is filling the vacancy on the Allamakee board of supervisors created when Alf. Smedsrud resigned January 1. and himself a candidate for the republican nomination for this office at the June primaries, was a Herald caller Wednesday afternoon of last week. A lifelong resident of this county, Mr. Herman has served for 13 years on the Waukon creamery board and has been active in the affairs of his community Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 15!i ounce can for 10c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 20 ounce can for 13c Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, 20 ounce can for 16c Jack Sprat Choice Surprise Peas, 20 ounce can for 17c Jack Sprat No. 3 Seive Peas, 20 ounce can for 18c jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, Cut, 19 oz. can 15c Jack Sprat Chicken-Noodle Dinner, 16 ounce jar for 39c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, three 7-oz. pkgs 19c Jack Sprat Spinach, Fancy, large can for 24c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 31c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Hy-Power Chill Con Came, can..22c Hills Bros. Coffee, 1 lb. can 35c Mayflower Peas, Corn or Beans, per can only 13c Crackln' Good Saltine or Graham Crackers, 1 lb. pkg 19c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c Kennedy's Spaghetti In Tomato Sauce, per Jar 18c Garvey's Peanut Butter, pint jar for 33c Gerber's Baby Food, 4 cans 29c Sani-FIush, per can 19c Mayflower Lye, 3 cans 25c Old Dutch Cleanser, 3 cans 25c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store John Falb left for Chicago Monday forenoon to transact business. Mrs. Margaret Kennett started working at Brueckner's drug store on Monday morning. Miss Margaret Cole of Waterloo spent several days last week at the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roberts were in Rochester. Minn., from Wednesday to Saturday. Mrs. Roberts went through the clinic there. A baby girl, weighing six pounds and eleven and one-half ounces, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Lester Winger ot Clermont May 22 at the Postville Community hospital. Mrs. Henry Keeslar and daughter, who had been making their home here, left Tuesday to join Mr. Keeslar in Marion. Ind.. where he has secured a house and employment. Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner, Richard Hale and Miss Marjorie McNeil went to Platteville, Wis.. Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Hale, parents of Mrs. Huebner and Mr. Hale. Milo Gericke was at Des Moines for the weekend to attend the convention of Iowa Frozen Food and Locker Assn. He was elected to the board of directors of the group to represent the ninth district. Elmer Hoth and Helmuth Meyer went to Dubuque Tuesday to attend the funeral of Arthur J. Hardy. Mr. Hardy was credit manager for the Midwest Lumber company and was well known here. Rev. Clifton M. Weihe arrived here Sunday from Allentown, Pa., for a week's visit to his mother. Mrs. J. C. Weihe. and with other relatives and friends. "Kip" will return here in July for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Harva Miller and Marvin, and Mrs. Beulah Nichols spent Sunday in Oelwein with the latter's mother. Mrs. Nettie Crawford, in the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Alitz. Mrs. Alitz is a sister of Mrs. Nichols. Melvin Kolsrud and son. Merlynn. of Paint Creek township were Postville visitors Monday afternoon, the former being a candidate for the office of supervisor on the republican ticket for the term commencing January 1. 1947. •Ted" Rumph oi Waukon. a World War II veteran, and son of Theo Rumph, former Allamakee county sheriff, was a Postville visitor Monday campaigning for the republican nomination for sheriff. His fu.hcr accompanied him here. Henry M. Quanrude and daughter, Vivian, were Postville visitors Friday. Mr. Quanrude is a candidate for nomination on the republican ticket for the office of supervisor for the term beginning January 1. 1948. He has anfp ostmastet ._ Npu . 0rle . m ^ hx advertisement in today's Herald Dr. George Kclleher and son, Robert, arrived here Monday morning from their home in Battle Creek, Mich., on a visit to the former's mother, Mrs. Carrie Kelleher. Dr. Kelleher is with the Leila Memorial hospital in Battle Creek. He reports his brother. Robert and wife and daughter are now living in Detroit, Mich. Truman Overeen, who for 12 years had been a familiar figure at the Falb Motor Co., started jerking sodas and waiting on the trade at The Palm last Thursday morning. Truman and his wife will take over ownership of the business they recently bought from J. F. Sawvelle June 1. Mr. Sawvelle, who has owned and operated The Palm for 26 years, will take a well deserved vacation before announcing his future plans. Con Hangartner, who is making his home with his son-in-law and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Wright, in Bristol, Ind., arrived here Thursday for a visit among relatives and friends until after Decoration day. Con is a loyal reader of the Herald and says after he and the Wrights have read each week's issue, they wrap it. up and mail it to Mr. and Mrs. Faye Harris in Gary, Ind. From there, the copy goes to Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harris for their perusal. All are former Postville residents. Mrs. Harry Overeen and daughter. Janet, went to Oelwein Sunday to visit relatives, There were 10 decks of livestock shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. Miss Louise Walter of Farmersbiirg was a guest from Wednesday to Saturday in the home of her sister. Mrs. L. C Kniinbeer. Mr. and Mrs. Dunne Schroedor came Sunday from Chicago to spend several days with Mr. Schroeder's patents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. STORE YOUR WINTER GARMENTS AWAY CLEAN. GET THEM DRY CLEANED NOW. GORUANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. La Vern Sclnilt; and son, Danny, came Tuesday and moved their household goods to Mason City, having recently been fortunate in securing a house there. Mrs. Henry V. Steele. Mrs. Wm. F. Baltz, Mrs. Otto Fischer, Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mrs. Henry Hetistnau and Mrs. William Lubbers went to Decorah Tucsdav afternoon. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS. WAUKON. IOWA. Don and Clifton Mork and l.aMont and Vernon Gericke went to Chicago Sunday night and returned Tuesday night. Monday they attended the baseball game between the Chicago Cubs and the St. Louis Cardinals. Miss Winifred Bromclkamp of Monona was a Postville business visitor Tuesday forenoon. She recently completed another year of teaching in the Griswold schools and will spend the summer with her father, Barney Bromclkamp. at Monona. Weed commissioners for nearby townships recently appointed by the Allamakee county board of supervisors include Otto Goeke for Post township: Ed Fiet for Ludlow, and Don E. Lamborn for Franklin township. Fred C. Ruckdaschel is weed commissioner in Postville corporation. The Decorah branch of the Lutheran Welfare Society of Iowa will hold its first annual picnic at the fair grounds in West Union Sunday. June 30. The speaker will be George V/estby, executive secretary of the Lutheran Welfare Society of Iowa. Reports of the branch will also be made. The public is invited to attend. Pfc. Edwin H. Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe, is stationed now in the Panama Canal Zone. He recently reenlisted in the army after having served in various countries in Europe. His present address is: Pfc. Edwin H. Monroe. Hq. & Hq. Co.. Corozal General Depot. APO 828. c o Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lnnge and Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Rcinhnrdt nttended the Villa Louis celebration nt Prairie du Chlcn Sunday. Miss Dorothy Schultz is home from Vinton where she taught the past school year. She has signed a eon- tract to return there next fall. Dr. Snl»bury Select Weed Killer « now ovnilable here in any quantity Get yours todny, Meyer's Four-Coun," ty Hntchery, Postville. Mrs. Art Hortwig of St. Ansgnr came Sunday for n visit in the home of Mt and Mrs. Charles Mnnja. She is att aunt ot Rudy Hnrtwig of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Gaunitz and son. Howard, of Lansing were in Postville Monday. Mr. Gaunitz was calling on voters in behalf of his candidacy for supervisor for ihe term beginning Jan. 1, 1948, in the primary election June 3 on the republican ticket. Mr. Gaunitz was born and grew to manhood in Lafayette township and is farming 140 acres there. Chickasaw county physicians have banded themselves together and announce a fee of S5.00 for country calls, plus 50 cents per mile. Town calls will be $3.00. Three deer are said to be roaming the woods and fields between Forest Mills and Rossville. If these animals become more plentiful Iowa may have to declare an open season on them soon. Keep planting sweet coTn for a long season of roasting ears for table use. Small successive plantings of a mid- season variety such as Ioana can be made at about 2-week intervals until the latter part of June. If the floor of the closet is raised about two inches above the room floor, lint is less likely to come in under the door. YOUR CAR MUST CONTINUE TO GIVE YOU SERVICE UNTIL. YOU CAN GET A NEW ONE I Our Spring Tune-Up | Adds Longer Life ' to Your Car 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 LEAVE YOUR ORDERS FOR BULK SALT Next car to be shipped •the first of next month ORDERS ALSO TAKEN FOR STURGEON BAY AND BING CHERRIES PITTED AND SUGARED IN 30-POUND CANS The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa HAVE TO REPLANT? We have a few bushels of good seed and a little V-C Fertilizer for you! POSTVILLE FEED MILL i Thanks, Postville FOR YOUR RESPONSE TO OUR AD LAST WEEK Announcing Our - FREE DELIVERY SERVICE Remember to Call No. 247 for TWICE DAILY DELIVERY 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. Buffer-A/sr J ultimo The Flavor kist Cracker " oi/ Schulze .nd Burcli /EN /-7j->r/ E "« TJu'n ... More *£Sn Crackers to the Box GLENN J. JARMES FINE FOODS Sell Your Eggs BY GRADE » We Are Now Paying *\ Per Dozen OOC NoTiggs 1 MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa inn ' *

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