Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 19, 1946 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 19, 1946
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PAGE FOCH. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVTLLE. IOWA. . WEDNESDAY, JUNE », Postville Herald Vfm. 3. Klingbeil, Publisher Entered at the Postoffice nt Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year in Allamakee. Clayton. Fayette and Winneshiek Counties 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 T5c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL' ^ ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY, JUNE 13. 1946. nmiuiinm IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 20, 21 and 22 WALT DISNEY'S— "The Wonderful Adventures of PINNOCHIO" Filmed in Beautiful Technicolor \ The first time in the Iris Theatre. Over three hundred thousand separate drawings were made before Disney was satisfied with his masterpiece. Then they all had to be photographed—then the Technicolor added—then the music and songs added to make the film complete. Next to the picture "Snow White and the Seven Dwarfs" this film is the most popular of all his previous films. If there is anything more beautiful in eye and ear entertainment than "PINNOCHIO" it has not yet reached the screen. The musical background is a joy to the ears of young and old. Disney is the greatest artist of his kind. "PINNOCHIO" is one marvelous job! ,iiiimini tiHtiHiun ii MM n until mil n ii mmnm mi i r SUNDAY, MONDAY, JUNE 23 and 24 "UP GOES MAISIE" —with Anne Sothern and George Murphy Anne IS "Maisie". You just can't imagine anyone who has the personality to fill the role like Anne does. Her radio programs have people in stitches and she is so natural in her "Maisie" role that you just imagine there is just such a person. There is nothing heavy or .depressing about Maisie. Always a bundle of fun and she always has a habit of doing the wrong thing at the right time. You will really get a big bang out of "Maisie" when she goes up in her heliocopter for the first time. If you like comedy and laughter don't miss this new "Maisie" film IT IS REALLY VERY FUNNY! SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. John L. Gregg went to Dubuque on business Tuesday. Mrs. Carrie Kclleher and Mrs. Ednn Dummermuth spent Tuesday in Cedar Rapids. For Sale—1041 Dodge army truck. Can be seen at Walter Plaht farm north of Postville. W. W. Brooks returned to Des Moines Friday after spending a week with his daughter. Mrs. Ray R. Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Stader of Seattle. Wash., were here last week on a visit to her mother. Mrs. Orpha French, and other relatives. Jean Douglass left Saturday for Waukegan. 111., where she will spend a few weeks on a visit to her cousin, Mrs. F. J. Kirschmeyer. A card this morning from Mrs. Louise Hofer locates here in Waterford. Conn., where she has gone after living in Chicago the past several months. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam visited relatives in Gladbrook Sunday. Mrs. Putnam's sister. Miss Amelia Bruene, returned with them and will spend the summer in their home. Herbert A. Templeton of Portland. Ore., was a weekend guest at the Harvey E. Roberts home. Mr. Templeton left Sunday for Minneapolis and flew to Portland from there. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey and Harry Overeen. who went to Kingston, Ohio, last week to attend the wedding of Don Humphrey to Patricia Ann McGinnis, returned home Monday afternoon. Joseph B. Steele, accompanied by George F. Heins of Monona, went to Davenport Friday to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa State Bar Association, which was addressed by ex- Governor Harold Stassen of Minnesota. Louis Salzgeber and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Salzgeber. Jr., of Red Wing, Minn., visited last Tuesday and Wed! nesday at the home of Elsa, Libbie land Etelka Schultz. They also visited ! Mrs. Christ Salzgeber and William JMoll. j Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Munts of Cedar j Rapids came Saturday to spend the | weekend with the latter's parents, Mr. | and Mrs. William Everman. Gus Mili ler who went to Cedar Rapids on busi- j ness Monday morning took Mr. and ! Mrs. Munts back with him. j Miss Marie Voelker arrived here I Friday from San Luis Obispo. Calif., | where she had been teaching kinder! garten in the public schools the past | two years. After a visit here to her j parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Voelker, she i will go to Cedar Falls to attend sum- i mer schoool sessions nt Iowa State Teachers College. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landt and Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss were at Fort Atkinson Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Brandt, where a dinner and supper were served to a large group of relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brandt, former Postville residents, were among the guests present. That couple had three sons serving in the armed forces during the war and of these two sons are now home, while a third is back in the states and located in Washington. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 25 and 26 "THE THREE STRANGERS" —with Sidney Greenstreet, Geraldlne Fitzgerald and Peter Lorre A real action thriller. — ALSO — "WAGON WHEELS WESTWARD" —with Wild Bill Elliott as "The Bed Rider" Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Emergency Flour, 50 pound bag for S2.48 Jack Sprat Emergency Flour, 25 pound bag for S1.29 Jack Sprat Emergency Flour, 5 pound bag for 29c Jack Sprat Orange-Pekoe Tea, 1 8- ounce package 49c Jack Sprat Whole Beets, 18 ounce can for 16c Jack Sprat Mustard, in 20-oz. Refrigerator Jars 18c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, two 27-ounce cans for 35c Jack Sprat Chicken Noodle Dinner, pint jar for 39c Jack Sprat Baking Chocolate, >i pound package for 15c Jack Sprat Fork & Beans, per can 10c - 13c - 17c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Jack Sprat Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for 57c Green Beans, Mayflower, Cut, 2 cans for 24c Mixed Vegetables, Jackson, 2 jars for 32o Peas and Carrots, Jackson, 2 jars for 32c Wax Paper, 125 foot pkg 19c Prune Juice, qt. bottle 26c - 35c Dill Pickles, pint jar 20c Majorette Coffee, I lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 31c Phillip Tomato Soup, 10 Vi ounce can for 10c Scott Vegetable Soup, 10 Vt ounce can for 9c Bernard C. Smith spent Sunday with friends in Minneapolis. Dale and« Marvin Suckow visited relatives in Mason City Sunday, J. P. Ellis left Monday for Stratford, Wis., where he will spend' the week on his farm. LaMont Gericke left Sunday for Mindcn City, Mich., for a three weeks' visit with an army buddy. There were 23 decks of livestock shipped from the Postville yards Inst week over the Milwaukee railroad. A. C. Webster and Mrs. W. J. Hanks went to Iowa City Sunday and brought Mr. Hanks home from the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil and Kathryn were at Iowa City Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Seilcr and son. Lowell Watkins. who years ago was a carpenter here.-came up from Dubuque Saturday, whiskers and all as of yore, to visit local friends. Mr. and'Mrs. Leroy Kruse returned last Wednesday from a three-weeks trip to South Dakota. They went to the Rosebud Indian reservation at White River, the Badlands and the Black Hills. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Baraboo of Sawyer, Wis., returned to their home Thursday following a several days visit here in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Neeling F. Thoma. and son. Robert. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer and daughter. Jane Ann. accompanied by Mrs. Meyer's uncle and aunt. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buckman of Farmersburg. went to Manly Sunday to spend the day with Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohnke and family. George Hartley and Roland Herman, county supervisors. Otto Fossum. cterk of the district court, and Leon Henderson, county treasurer, left this morning for Des Moines where they will attend a school of instruction of county officers being held this week. Erwin L. Klingbeil drove to Juda. Wis.. Saturday evening to join his family in a visit to his wife's parents, Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Newman. They returned home Sunday night, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Newman who will visit in the Klingbeil home this week. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schara and Jack and Charles came Saturday night from Austin. Minn., to spend a few days with local relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara also arrived here Monday from Austin for a visit. All will return to their home tonight. 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. Miss Marian Casten and Paul Schutte were at Argyle, Wis.. Saturday and Sunday to attend the wedding of Betty Jean U'Ren to George Fairhurst, Miss U'Ren being a college friend of Miss Casten while they attended Cornell. Mr. Schutte served as usher at the wedding, while Miss Casten played the music at the ceremony. Mrs. Carrie Krueger of Bozeman, Montana, and Rev. Marvin Brandt of Fargo, No. Dak., were supper guests here Friday in the home of their sister, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Leila. On Saturday, in company with Mrs. Schmidt and Leila, they went to Strawberry Point for a family reunion at the Dr. R. V. Brandt home. The Hull brothers, publishers of the Waukon Newspapers, of which they became owners a year ago this month, entertained the Northeastern Iowa Press Association members last Friday at a six o'clock dinner. Beforehand the group held a meeting in the Waukon Golf Club house at which Leslie Moeller of Waverly, recently elected president of the Iowa Press Association, was a guest speaker. Wm. J. Klingbeil and Erwin L. Klingbeil represented the Postville Herald at the meeting and dinner which was attended by 17 people. WATERMELONS CANTALOUPE ORANGES PLUMS LEMONS NEW POTATOES CABBAGE CAMPBELL'S SOUPS SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store Francis Hart visited with relatives in Marion Sunday and Monday. John Falb went to Chicago on business Monday. He expected to be gone several days. Mrs. Helen Saeugling and son. James of Monona spent the weekend with Mrs. Saeugling's mother, Mrs. Nora McNeil. Mrs. Flora Franklin, who has been indisposed of late, was removed to Postville hospital Friday for treatment and care. John Burrow went to Mason City Sunday to visit his son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Schultz. He returned today. Mr. and Mrs. Norris Blcgen and daughter, Virginia Kay. spent the weekend at Harmony. Minn., with Mrs. Biegen's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Drury. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Hainmel and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sander visited Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Hammcl. Mr. and Mis. Charles Hainmel and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinman in Davenport Sunday. Vernon Gericke spent the weekend with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Klein Gericke, and Sunday night returned to Ventura where he is serving as Milwaukee station agent while the regular agent is on vacation. Mrs. Virgil Carlson and children of Charles City spent last week here in the home of the former's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Livingood. Mr. Carlson came to spend the weekend here and all left for their home on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klein and children of Waterloo came Saturday to spend a few days in the home of Mrs. Klein's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed M. Gass. The Kleins left here several months ago to reestablish their home in Waterloo. Ann Douglass, who attended Texas College For Women at Denton. Texas, the past school year, visited her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Douglass, last week before going to Chicago where she will spend the summer in the Marshall Field store. Mrs. Agnes Wedo and Mrs. Ida Wedo of Clermont spent Thursday and Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedo. Friday evening they attended the closing exercises of the daily vacation church school at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner are >;o- ing to Prairie du Chien. Wis., tonight to meet their daughter. Margaret, who has been attending Northwestern university at Evanston, 111. She will spend two weeks with her parents and then return to Northwestern for the summer session. Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Tague and daughters, Elaine and Marilyn, returned to their home in Cedar Rapids last Wednesday after a few days visit here to relatives and friends. Lafe is with the Wilson Packing Co.. where, he says, little meat is now being received and the large cold storage rooms for the most part are empty. Elmer Zieman and son, Lyle. Leo Heins. William Kugel. W. L. Meyer and Arno Backhaus were at Ames last Wednesday to attend the annual Agronomy day festivities at Iowa State College. They were among those who studied growing crops at the college fields and saw demonstrated the new haying machines now being marketed. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luhman and Lorna went to Iowa City last Friday to get Cressa Beryl Luhman from the State University of Iowa where she had completed her course in physiotherapy. Cressa graduated with highest honors in her class and last week successfully passed the state examinations and was granted her state certificate. She is at her parents' home here awaiting call to some hospital. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. V. Steele nnd Mrs. W. J. Clnrk visited -friends in De- Decorah Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. N. E. Nancy nnd granddaughter, Linda Jane Bilk, of Fairfield, III., returned to their home yesterday following a two weeks visit to Mrs. Nancy's mother, Mrs. Orpha French, and other relatives. Glenn J. Jarmes look his three sons. ,iim. Jack and Jay, to Mason City last Thursday, where by coincidence the Cole Bros, circus was showing. Glenn has many friends with this show, who lie visited, and ihcit took the boys to see the big show, which, at Mason City, attracted the largest attendance they have had since leaving Lexington. Ky. i NOTICE. Bids nre requested on furnishing «, f labor and staging to paint the V. p. y? building, formerly the old court houst in Waukon. Bids to be entered on OT before June 26. Contact Robert Stil. well, Roynl Pratt or Tim Bigclow a Wnukon. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. O. Kncvcnig Vi„ Alice Ebcrling and Miss Nina Man went to Dubuque Sunday on n'b'uji^ trip. Paul Schroedcr, student R. at Luther L. Hnngnrtner of Waiik' ond Sunday evening guests of M Harold Schroedcr and faniilv wore r - Mrs. I* r W A WAY TO PREVENT ROT, SPOILAGE AND SPONTANEOUS COMBUSTION IN'HAY, GRAIN, FODDER AND GROUND FEE" Security Com pound hos btcn tilled for over !0 yeors — It'i opproved by both practlcol lormers and agrlcul tuiol experts. You n«d no longer worry dbout your feed being too damp— Security Compound will . givt you a tremendous leeway In Judging completeness of curing. No speciol equipment Is needed ond you con do your processing by your old methods. It's absolutely harmless la slack or poultry. c0 ST< Postville Feed Mill Electric Toasters Electric Hot Plates Pressure Cookers Bun Warmers Table Lamps Pottery Pictures Radios Glassware Bed Lamps Coffee Makers Electric Irons Book Ends Bendix Washers Waste Baskets Enamehvare Aluminum Cooking Utensils Door Chimes LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE TAKING ORDERS FOR Frozen Pineapple CRUSHED In 1 and 5 pound containers SLICED In 30 pound containers Still time to order BING and SOUR PITTED CHERRIES The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa THIS 1 9 ( — COUNTRY Dairy Farmers-We Salute You! ami i .'oT? tW ' S T U \ ° f , June the " ation is Snoring the dairy farm" PISIWJ M" f eMl m "Sym\Mom to all our farmers round-abojit Postville for a job well done. You are helping to feed not only our people, hati^off toVoT'™ 8 SUfferi " g f '' 0ra th^eftasof the gJat war. Our Braun's Meat Market Telephone No. 233 Postville, Iowa

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