Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 5, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 5, 1946
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PAGE pom. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, P0STV1LLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 8, 1945 Postville Herald Win. J. Kllngbrll. Publisher Entered nt the Fostofficc at Postville, Iowa, ns Second Class Matter. SVBSCRIPTION TRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. $1.50 Three Months, 75c Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local, 30 cents per inch; Foretpn and Transient, 35c Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—lc a Word (25c Minimum^ Card of Thanks "5c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL-. W.,AS$QCIATION WEDNESDAY, JUNE 5, 1946. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY. FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 6, 7 and S "SNAFU" with Bob Benchley, Vera Vague, Conrad Janis, Nannette Parks, and Marguerite Chapman Every ex-service man will know what these five letters stand for. To everybody the film stands for comedy and lots of it. The stage play was even better than "Kiss And Tell" and that was plenty good. It is the story of a young veteran who has returned to find everything gone crazy. His dad and mother think he is a baby, but he is grown up. If there is a more true to life story than this one, let us know what it is. Also •VERA CRUZ", a fine travelogue "LONESOME LENNY" a Color Cartoon and NEWS OF THE DAY MIIIHIUUMll iMiiniMnntmiiiinniintinnunmHi SUNDAY, MONDAY, JUNE 9 and 10 "THE BANDIT OF SHERWOOD FOREST Richard Hale went to Waterloo on business Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer spent Sunday at Luana at the Ben Krambcer home. Arbe Bareis assumed his new duties as lubrication laboratorlan at the Fnlb Motor Co. Monday. Miss Rose McNeil and Miss Mae McNeil called at the Prank Fay home in Clermont Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luhman and Lorna spent Decoration Day in Lime Springs with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson of Ossian attended the wedding of Helen Salva and Lavern Brewer last Wednesday. Jack Thill of Dubuque spent last Wednesday in the home of his brother- in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. ,1. E. Horgan. Miss Doris Sampson of Earlville came Sunday to spend a week's vacation at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedo. Merle Cole of Minneapolis was here over the weekend to visit his mother. Mrs. Kathryn Cole, and other relatives and friends. A. C. Webster. John Palas. Sr. and Harvey H. Douglass were at Cedar Rapids Friday evening to attend a meeting of El Kahir Shrine. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell and daughter went to Iowa City Thursday to spend the day with Mrs. Tindcll's mother. Mrs. Clarence Henkcs. i Miss Betty Larson of Elgin is stay! ing at the John Burrow home while I attending tl.e daily vacation Bible ! school at St. Paul's Lutheran church, j Jack Bush was at Iowa City last j Friday to make preparations to enter ; the State University of Iowa for the I summer school which opens Juno 12. \ Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis and fam- ; ily returned home from Auburndale. : Wis., last Wednesday after a visit in ; the home of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth El• lis and family. : There were 713 tickets sold at the | Big-Four dance at the fair pavilion j last Tuesday night. Tom Owen and his ! Cowboys being the band which attracted the immense crowd. Jean Ann Miller returned to Cornell College. Mt. Vernon. Tuesday, after a weekend visit with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harva Miller and family. Miss Miller will attend summer school. Robert L. Myers resigned his position with the Oscar Mayer & Co., office here and left last week for the west coast where he will visit relatives and friends and seek employ- | ment. | Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Brewer went | to Milwaukee. Wis.. Saturday for a j short honeymoon. They were ac- I companied by the latter's parents who j were enroute to their home in Fords, ! New Jersey. NOTICE—Because of my health. I was forced to give up farming and secure inside work. Hence my father. Ernest J. Paulsen, and I have dissolved partnership, I selling to ray father. Any accounts for or against Ernest Paulsen & Son should now be made to read Ernest T. Paulsen. My brother, Henry, and his family in the future will help run the farm. Harvey W. Paulsen. —From the action-packed story. "The Son of Robin Hood", and filmed in Beautiful Technicolor and starring Cornell Wilde. Anita Louise. Jill Esmond — thousands in the cast For those who like good, exciting stories that are packed with action, then see this fine film. Cornell Wilde, the real star of "Leave Her To Heaven", is splendid. The technicolor settings are magnificent, and the film, while packed with action and thrills, has many comedy scenes. There are those who say that they don't like those old costume films, Neither do we, but this one just isn't one of those old costume films. This is a film that no one can help but enjoy. It played four days at the Grand in Oelwein ending last Wednesday night. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 11 and 12 ZANE GREY'S— "WANDERER OF THE WASTELAND" —with Joel Warren and Andre Leeds This is one of the latest Zane Grey films and there won't be another Zane Grey film ready until late fall, so don't miss it! — ALSO — "SING YOUR WAY HOME" A side splitting Leon Errol feature length comedy. It also has Jack Haley and and Anne Jeffreys Tuesday $ Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Spinach, 18 oz. can. 17c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 11 ounce package for 9c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 8 ounce package for... 9c Jack Sprat Kraut, two big 27 ounce cans for only 35c Jack Sprat Chicken-Noodle Dinner, 16 ounce jar for 39c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, three 7 oz. pkgs 19c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, two 18 ounce cans for 27c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, three 15 !i ounce cans 29c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, in tomato sauce, 20 oz. can—13c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Garvey's Peanut Butter, 16 ounce jar for 33c Hy-Power Chili Con Carne, with Beans, 15!4 oz. can 22c 4B Hominy, large can for 16c Crackin' Good Saltine or Graham Crackers, 1 lb 19c Jack Sprat Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for 57c Jackson I'eas and Carrots, two 19 ounce jars for 33c Jackson Spaghetti, 17 ounce glass jar for only 16c Tony Bonnelle's Ready-To-Serve Spaghetti, 12 oz. jar for 17c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb, bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 31c Hall Mark Pre-Cooked Beans, 2 packages for 25o Sure Jell, 2 packages for '25c Goldsmith's Home Made Dill Pickles, pint jar for 20c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. TH0MA The JACK SPRAT Store Otto Brandt was a business visitor in Waterloo Inst Wednesday. John E. Thull returned last Thursday from a five-day fishing trip to Ely. Minnesota. Miss Barbara Abernethy went to Algona Friday to spend several days nt the Donald Bush home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marion and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb visited Saturday in Cedar Rapids. A baby girl, weighing six pounds and 13 ounces, was born June 1 to Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heins of Luana. The Misses Amelia and Louise Schroeder of Cedar Rapids spent Memorial day here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. La Vern Schultz and son, Danny, of Mason City spent Memorial day at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. WE HAVE A NEW STOCK OF OUTSIDE WHITE PAINT AND PURE LINSEED OIL. BUY EARLY !'. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mr. and Mrs. Shafer Cole and son, Lee. of Decorah spent Memorial day at the home of the former's parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. W. J. Hanks went to Iowa City Monday and Mr. Hanks en tcred a hospital there for treatment. Mrs. Hanks returned Monday night. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Thoma of Cler- mant arc the parents of a baby boy, weighing five pounds and 11 ounces, born May 29 at the Postville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kozelka and daughter. Gail, went to Madison Wis., Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Carris and Mr. Kozelka's sister. Mrs. Donald Willard. Harvey ChristolTerson, Blake Rathbun. Perry Perkins and Harry Turner, patients at the Postville Community hospital, were all reported improving in health Wednesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Brandt of Decorah. Mr. and. Mrs. Ray Brandt of Waukon and Mr. and Mrs. H. A. Neff of West Union were guests of Mrs. Phoebe Madorin Memorial day. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Klueger and son of Fond du Lac, Wis., and Mrs. Julia Gilbertson of Sheboygan. Wis., were guests Friday and Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William H. Baltz. Ervin C. Walz. who was here on the sad mission of attending his wife's funeral, expects to leave for Pacific. Mo., his former home, today. After a visit there he expects to return to Van Nuys. Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Bcnoid Kohlwey of Cedarburg. Wis., who were on their honeymoon trip, spent the weekend here in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Behrens home. Mr. Behrens is the uncle of Mr. Kohlwey. Mrs. Lyle J. Monthei and daughter, Dorothy Marie, and Miss Janet Ogden, all of Jefferson, came last Wednesday for a two weeks visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Bulman and with other relatives and friends. Frank Winter, who spent two weeks here on a visit in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Al Winter, left Friday for Fulton. Missouri, to visit another son before returning to his home in St. Cloud, Minn. Miss Lillian Erickson of Chicago and her friend. Miss Kay McCaffery of Cleveland, Ohio, came last week for a visit in the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson. Miss Erickson expects to go to the west coast after a short visit here. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pixler, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zieman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and family were among the people who went to Elkader Sunday to attend the Farm Bureau picnic. A news bulletin from Luther College, Decorah, states that Judyth Thoma, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma, who received a certificate in elementary education at that college last week, has accepted a teaching position in the second grade at Jesup for the coming year. NOTICE! WE ARE NOW PREPARED TO TAKE ORDERS FOR RUG AND TACKED-DOWN CARPET CLEANING. DONE IN YOUR OWN HOME. STARTING JUNE 17. PHONE OF CALL ON US TO PLACE YOUR ORDER. PHONE 148 -W. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Swenson and family of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. George Swenson and family and Miss Doris Swenson, all of Cedar Rapids, were weekend guests at the A. W. Swenson home. Miss Patricia Ruckdaschel re turned to Cedar Rapids Sunday with Miss Doris Swenson and will spend the week in her home. £Tfobert Lindsay, who had been spending some time at his home at Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, arrived here last Saturday to join his wife in an extended visit in the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. Fred L. Williams. He reports crops in his country doing well, especially after a bounteous 1% inch rainfall there recently?") Out-of-town relatIveT"~and friends who came last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs, Eileen Walz in eluded Mrs. Charles Walz and son, Elmer, of Pacific, Mo., Miss Amelia Pohlig of Washington, Mo., Ervin Walz of Van Nuys, Calif., Harlan Chamber' lain of Iowa City, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chamberlain of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Chamberlain and Mrs. John Leibrock of Hawkeye, Miss Elizabeth Chamberlain of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Dunning of Cresco, Mr Coral Jones, Mrs. Nettite Coon and Robert Coon of McGregor, Miss Ruth Mackert of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. O'Riley and Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Kolseth of Waukon, and Mr. and Mrs. George Thompson and Jay of Lament. George Baldwin of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend with Louis Hill 1 , Jr. Mr. and Mrs. B. W. Lange visited their son, Wilson, and family in Decorah Monday. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele and J.W. Steele went to Wavcrly Sunday to visit John Steele and family. There were 25 decks of livestock shipped from the Postville yards last week over the Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph W. Tuller of Des Moines were guests of Miss Josephine Durno from Memorial day to Sunday. Arthur Ncsteby and Miss Irene Hoover spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Winter in Eldorado. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Douglass and children were at Cedar Rapids Memorial Day to attend the auto races and to visit relatives. Jack Sanders, student al the State! University of Iowa in Iowa City, spent j the week end here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders. 'Charlenc Baltz of Iowa City and Doris Baltz of Muscatine spent Memorial Day here in the homo of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Baltz. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis and granddaughter. Laura Jane Bruckner were at Greene Memorial Day to visit in the homo of the former's sister. Mrs William Krambcer. Kenneth Brown and Lester Eckles. REA consulting engineers, were here from Des Moines Monday on business connected with the Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy. Miss Betty Ann Meier. Clifford Conley and Jack Bush attended the Iowa Retail Clothiers convention in Des Moines Sunday and Monday. Miss Charleen Schlee left Friday- night for Portland. Oregon, to spend her vacation with her friend. Gloria Gass. She will also attend the rose festival being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Helge Nasby of Ossian were here Saturday evening to call on Rev. Clifton M. Weihe in the Mrs. J.C. Weihe home. The two men were classmates at Luther College. Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gray and Win. H. Oehring arrived home Wednesday night from their two weeks trip to Atlanta. Ga.. where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer and Mrs. Fred Fischer and two daughters of Janesville. Wis., and Mrs. Louis Schultz of Milwaukee. Wis., were here last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Martin Fischer. Mrs. Kenneth Ellis and children and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hirsch and children and Mr. Hirsch's mother came Friday for a visit in the ,T. P. Ellis home. They returned to their home at Auburndale. Wis., Monday. Joel Clark, Horace Clark". Roger Harris, Earl Miller. Fred Becker. Elmer Larson, Harry Olson. Carl Bodensteiner and Joseph B. Steele are attending the annual meeting of the Dairyland Power cooperative at Genoa, Wis., today. Miss Anna H. Leui and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb returned home Tuesday evening from Hinsdale. III., where they visited Mrs. John Sanders and Mr. and Mrs. John Rcineke. They were accompanied by Mrs. Rcineke and Mrs. William Maxwell, who returned to Hinsdale Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. John Paulsen and daughters, Ruth and Irene, arrived here Sunday from Bertrand, Nebr., for a week's visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Paulsen home. The men are brothers. Mr. Paulsen lived here until 1905, at one time working for Rudy Bugenhagen, before settling in Nebraska. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy went to Arlington Memorial day, and to Guttenberg Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Elmer Du Chnrmc of Eastman, Wis., visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil Sunday. Dale and Marvin Suckow went to Mason City Sunday to visit their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Suckow. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder attended the Memorial services held at Cresco Sunday for their nephew, Dale Hanson. Miss, Helen Tuttle arrived here last week from Canton. 111., to Spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. B. E. Tuttle. Miss Kathryn Klingbeil returned home Friday from Austin. Minn., where she taught homemaking in the public schools the past year. Mr. mid Mrs. Herman Sehutta and son. Durwood. returned home last week from Chippewa Falls. Wis., where they had been to visit friends. Miss Virginia Marston, sophomore at Cornell college at Mount Vernon, arrived homo Monday to spend the summer vacation with her parents, Mr. and Mrs E. ('. Marston. Mrs. Alfred Hansmeier returned to her home in Waukon last week following an operation submitted to in Postvillr hospital. She is the wife of County Auditor Hansmeier. Miss Elizabeth Schultz completed her Hist year of school at St. Olaf College. Northlield. Minn., last week and returned to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and daughter. Marilyn, went to Gilbert- vino Sunday to visit Mrs. Steele's parents. Mr. and Mrs. .l.icnb Schares. Mrs. Steele and Marilyn will remain there this week. Herman IV W'rbh. Mrs. Christ Sab.- ueber and Mrs Emma Thoma went to Des Moine.- Saturday where Mrs. Salzgeber visited her husband and Mrs. Thoma visited in the home of her son, Harlan, and family. Miss Eve Orr left Sunday for Chicago afur a week's visit here in the Mr. and Mrs John A. Palas and Mrs. Benha Orr home She will spend a few days at the Mines Veterans' hospital before returning to her work as nurse in the veterans' hospital in | Muskogee. Oklahoma. Other recent ; visitors in the I\das-Orr home were Mr. and Mrs. George I.. Opper and : Mrs. Esther Swenson of Riverside. 111. Mr. and Mrs. Ole Kolsrud of Cof 0 . rndo Springs, Goto., were guests Mon. day In the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson. Dr. Salsbury Select Weed Killer Is now available here In any quantity Get yours today. Meyer's Four-Couiv ty Hatchery, Postville. Francis Knfcelnnd. a student at ft f University of Notre Dame, South Betid li\d.. spent Memorial Day here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. \V. A. Kneeland, and sister, Nancy. The Misses Doris, Eileen and Carole Ann Winter left Tuesday morning for Sauk Center. Minn., to visit friends. Today they are attending the IMii)^ Webber wedding ceremony at F.lissa. Minn. Before returning home will also visit at Belgrade Union. Minn. thev >nd We. t Qnic-lone $2-79 Gal. PAint with Supcrmix Quic -Tor.e over *i3. l«il>cr or most oth*r wall iurf»«i.., o» coat usually does the job. Quic-Tur .e is tuy to use. Dries in few hours. No )«>nt oJor. LOUIS L. HILL Heating, Hardware and Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE SPECIAL! One Day Service Let Us Wax Your Car THE MORE YOU WASH IT . . . THE MORE IT SHINES ! • WASHING and WAXING Falb Motor Co. Telephone No. 290 Postville, Iowa AIN EARLY JUNE PEAS *2.39 PER CASE OF 24 THIS IS LESS THAN 10c PER CAN—YOU CAN'T AFFORD TO RAISE THEM—NOR EVEN CAN THEM AT THAT PRICE! ft* ~Butterkist daJUine* Jhe flavor kist Cracker 11 t^/SchuIze 4n d Burcli Extra Thin ... More *es7y Cracker* to the Box GLENN J. JARMES FINE POODS J

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