Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 26, 1946 · Page 4
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IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JPNE 2 8, 1945, Postville Herald Vm. J. Kllngbrll. Publisher Entered at the PostofTtee at Postville, Iowa, ns Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION TRICE $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 n Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ MLW^SSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. JUNE 26. 1946. Fred J. Miller went to Waterloo on business Friday. Rudy Hartwig visited friends in Elkader and Garnavtllo Sunday. John Elliot was taken to the Postville Community hospital Saturday afternoon for treatment. Mrs. Louise Wegner. who had been here on a visit to relatives and friends, left Saturday niyht for her home in Highland Park. Corp. Brue 111. Webster spent Friday here with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster. He left Friday night for New York. N. Y.. io see his wife and children. They will return here soon. If it's laughs you are looking for then don't miss "THE ROAD TO UTOPIA" at the Iris Theatre four big nights— Sunday. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday, June 30 and July 1. 2 and 3. It's got Bins to sing and Hope to "wolf, and Dotty Lamour to look it. The funniest Crosby-Hope film of all! IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 27, 28 and 29 "THE BLUE DAHLIA" with Alan Ladd. William Bendiv and Veronica Lake As a novel. "The Blue Dahlia" was one. if not THE most popular of all mystery dramas. The suspense is terrific and the action is really something. In fact it is the biggest boxofTice hit this year — as mystery - dramas are really hitting new highs. All that you can ask for can be found in this one. The cast and the story are letter perfect. Don't miss this box office hit! Boyd B. Turner went to Dubuque on Sunday to visit friends. Mrs. Henry Kuhlman of Monona visited Monday in the home of Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING. REMEMBER GORDANIER CLEANERS. POSTVILLE. IOWA. I.orenr. Willman. Kathleen Meyer and Louis Schmidt went to Chicago Sunday. They returned Tuesday evening. Ivan Blackmer of Mount Vernon was a Postville visitor last Thursday. He is now operating a restaurant in .that college town. j The Roy Wclnl family have moved | from Columbus Junction to West Un• ion. according to a card received at j this office last week. | Elliot Sehrooder. Burr Cook. Glenn [Olson and LeRoy Gass left Saturday for Canada where they will spend a week fishing and camping. - Mrs. Carrie Knieger of Bozcmnn, Montana, returned to her home Tuesday after a visit here with her sister, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt, and Leila. Mrs. Margaret Stockman left Tuesday for Leadville, Colorado, where she will spend a month in the home of her sister-in-law. Mrs. Wm. Donovan and family. Miss Lucille McNally. who had been here to attend the wedding of her sister. Dolores, to Hugh Varty. returned to her work with the TWA at Kansas | City. Mo.. Thursday, j Mr. and Mrs. Harvey E. Roberts and ! family went to Minneapolis last Tuesday to take Frank Roberts to Camp I Lincoln. Frank will attend the boys' •camp for eight weeks. . Miss Iva M. Dresser, teacher in the j Seattle. Wash., public schools, arrived | here Friday to spend the summer vacation in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hecker and Mr. and Mi^. j Lawrence Dresser. / i L. O. Koevenig took the followih boys to Decorah Sunday to I William Schultz, Grant Schultz. iSchutte, Bob Douglass. James Malone, I Howard Hills, Gene Groth. Cletus ;Reincke and James Koevenig. Mrs. Frank Welsch came from Milwaukee. Wis.. Thursday for a visit in 'the homes of her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss. and brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. :Fred Landt. She returned to her home Tuesday. ; Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kozclka land Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters re; turned Monday night from a two- 1 weeks' motor trip through the eastern 'states. The trip was made without any motor or tire trouble. Mr. Ko­ zclka said Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobia. Mr. and ;Mrs. Milo Jacobia and daughter. Judy. I Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christofferson jand Milo Munger were Sunday guests iof Mr. and Mrs. Norman Raisch in •Geneva. Mrs. Raisch is a daughter of ! Mr. and Mrs. Ray Jacobia. If it's laughs you are looking for then | don't miss "THE ROAD TO UTOPIA" I at the Iris Theatre four big nights— • Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wednes- jday, June 30 and July 1. 2 and 3. It's I got Bing to sing and Hope to "wolf", i and Dotty Lamour to look it. The fun | niest Crosby-Hope film of all! hg swirh: LloycH- mmiiinniunt ummmiiiitimnm SUNDAY, MONDAY, TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JUNE 30 and JULY 1, 2 and 3 The Boxoffice Hit of 1946 "THE ROAD TO UTOPIA" —with Bing Crosby, Bob Hope and Dorothy Lamour It is hard to believe, but it is true that this screwball comedy is doing a business that is sensa- .tional. In many spots it has even out - grossed "Going My Way" and "The Bells of St. Mary's-" Naturally, with Bob Hope it couldn't be classified as drama, but it is so funny at times that the dialog is hard to hear as Audiences get to laughing and can't stop. If there has been a more amusing film than this one, then what can it be? Bob Hope is really a riot—he has never been funnier, and Bing sings and Dorothy Lamour won't hurt your eyes either. For an evening of joyful fun don't miss this fine film. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. IIKIIIIIIMIIMINdlllillMIIIIMIIMMItMHIIIlllMIIIIIIIMtl No Cash Night on Tuesday or Wednesday Weekend Special Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, per can 10c - 13c Jack Sprat Enriched Milk, tall can for 17c ..10c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, per package Jack Sprat Kraut, 2 27 ounce cans for 6c big ..35c Jack Sprat Chicken-Noodle Dinner, pint jar 39c Jack Sprat Whole Beets, 18 ounce can for lCc Jack Sprat Tea, Orange-Pekoe, 8 ounce package for 49c Jack Sprat Horseradish Mustard, 20 ounce jar for 18c Jack Sprat Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for 57c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for The Leila Beauty Salon closed July 4, 5 and 6. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster spent Tuesday nnd Wednesday of last week in Rock Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son. Warren, went to New Hampton Monday to visit friends. Lowell H, Moody of Excelsior. Minn., was here Monday night and Tuesday on a visit to the Hecker families. Twenty decks of livestock were shipped from the Postville yards last week over (he Milwaukee railroad. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brouillet. Mrs. Viola Barnholtz and Hcrvey Schmidt transacted business in Dubuque on Friday. Mrs. Dwight Sawyer of Battle Creek. Mich., and Florence Miller of Mason City are visiting in the homes of Harva and Earl Miller. Curtis Strien went to Austin, Minn., last Wednesday for a week's visit with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schara and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara. For Sale—Child's play pen. baby buggy, linoleum rug and numerous other household articles. Mrs. John Sherman, phone 312-W, Postville.—35c. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman and son, Michael, returned to Minneapolis. Minn.. Monday after spending several weeks here with Mrs. Blakeman's parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall. John L. Gregg. Keith Gregg, Henry Oldag and Eldo Gericke. accompanied by Otto Fuelling of Farmersburg. went to Decorah Thursday evening to attend a lumberman's dinner and a meeting. A daughter, weighing 6'i pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil of Waukon last Tuesday at a Lacrosse. Wis., hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil of this city are the grandparents of the new arrival. ~~XIf. and Mrs. Ira Coates of Juda, Wis., came Saturday to join Mrs. Coates' father and mother. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Newman, in a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and sons. All left for their home Monday afternoon. Jeanne Moon went to Cedar Falls where she has enrolled in the summer school at Iowa State Teachers College. Her mother. Mrs. Roy Moon, took her there Monday accompanied by Mrs. Harold Panncke and daughter. Mary, and Janice Pearson. Mrs. John Burrow joined her husband Thursday morning at the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Schultz, in Mason j City. They returned home Friday , night, bringing their grandson, Danny, with them for a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and j Marilyn, and James W. Steele were at' Monona last Thursday evening to visit! Barney Bromelkamp, who has been j somewhat indisposed of late. Despite his 94 years. Mr. Bromelkamp has been very active and has driven his own ear until his recent illness. If it 's laughs you are looking for then don't miss "THE ROAD TO UTOPIA" at the Iris Theatre four big nights— Sunday, Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. June 30 and July 1, 2 and 3. It 's got Bing to sing and Hope to "wolf", and Dotty Lamour to look it. The funniest Crosby-Hope film of all! Elmer L. Meyer, rural route carrier, found a carrier pigeon at his barn during the rainy spell last week. After sheltering the bird for a few days, Elmer set it free and it left here at a right lively clip. The band on its left leg bore the inscription H904 and the right leg band was 45-X-41813-AU. "Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel went to Minneapolis, Minn., Friday where that evening at eight o'clock they at tended the marriage of their nephew, Earl Knodt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed H. Knodt, to Miss Gerda Marie Hole, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Thor Hole of Minneapolis, in St. John's Lutheran church in that city. L. E. Thoma and Ed Thoma, ac companied by J. C. Thoma of Waukon and Harry Gordon of Luana, were up at Minneapolis, Minn., last week to visit Conrad Thoma, brother of the first three men and uncle of the latter. "Coon" is retired from his railroad job and wishes to be remembered to his many Postville friends. Joh n Fnlb was business Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schrocdcr nnd family spent Sunday in Decorah. The Misses Rose and Mac McNeil were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Finley in Volga. Mr. and Mrs. H. A. NefT of West Union spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Phoebe Madorin. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SMALL STOCK OF ROLLER SKATES. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mrs. Mary Bnrci* of Castalia was taken to the Postville Community hospital Tuesday for treatment Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waters of IVs Moines and Mrs. Julia GiotT of Ossian visited Mrs. John Waters on Saturday evening. Mrs. Nettie Crawford and Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Alltz of Oelwein visited Mrs. Buelah Nichols and Mr. and Mrs. Harva Miller and family. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hoesly of New Glarus. Wis., spent their honeymoon in Guilder at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Kummer. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burnham of Minneapolis and Mrs. Silas Burnham of Waukon visited Sunday in the home Harva Miller and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sweuson are the parents of a daughter, weighing seven pounds and seven ounces, born at the Postville Community hospital June 'JO. Leo McNeil of Chicago visited his mother, Mrs. Nora McNeil, over the weekend. Mrs. Helen Saeugling and son. Jimmy were also weekend guests of Mrs. McNeil. • A number of young people from Postville and vicinity attended a convention for all Luther Leagues in the Decorah Circuit at Luther college in Decorah Saturday and Sunday. NOTICE — EFFECTIVE AS OF JUNE 25. HAIRCUTS WILL BE 65 CENTS IN ALL THE POSTVILLE BARBER SHOPS, AND WE WILL BE CLOSED HEARAKTER ON ALL LEGAL HOLIDAYS.—THE POSTVILLE BARBER SHOPS. Mr. and Mrs, Harold Rima had Mr. Mr. Rima's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walsh of Decorah, as guests from Friday to Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Rima and family and Mr. and Mrs. Walsh went to Elkadcr Sunday to visit Mrs. Rima's parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer. If It's laughs you are looking for then don't miss "THE ROAD TO UTOPIA" at the Iris Theatre four tilg nights- Sunday. Monday. Tuesday and Wednesday. June 30 and July 1. 2 and 3. It's got Bing to sing and Hope to "wolf", and Dotty Lamour to look it. The funniest Crosby-Hope film of all! Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ahlers of Graf- I wish (o thank everyone who visited me and for the many cards, loiters and Mowers I received during the weeks in the hospitals at Decorah and Rochester. I also want to express my appreciation to the neighbors and friends who so willingly offered to help, and to those who in any way assisted the family during my illness. of thotightfulness have been past Tho acts c a great comfort to me during the weeks.--Henry Gislesoii. Mrs. Viola liartihultz. accompanied by Hervey Schmidt of Castalia. was at Caledonia. Minn., on business last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Stromsodl and son. Russell, of Austin. Minn., were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reineke. They all enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday in the city park at Decorah. If it's laughs .you are looking for then don't miss "THE ROAI) TO UTOPIA" at the Iris Theatre four big nights— Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday. June 30 and July I. 2 and 3. It's got Hing to sing and Hope to "wolf", and Dotty Lamour to look it. The funniest Crosliy-llopr lllm of all ! C. B. Davenport sends in his subscript ion renewal from Nokomis. 111., where he is the assistant cashier of the First National Bank, and says: "Much rain and very little warm weather here so far. Hundreds of acres that usually are in corn, will be eliminated this year, and will be planted to beans. March was more agreeable than either April or May." •Hoar Varnish & $4 .60 Sw how much better floors and table tow look when they get n new cont of Suivrmix •1-Hour Vnrnlth. K«i»U IwiliiiK wnlw. hot grease or nlcohol. Brushes on smoothly. Dries quickly. LOUIS L. HILL Heating, Hardware and PlnmWnt OUR OWN HARDWARE 33c Prune Juice, qt, bottles 26c - 35c Dill Pickles, long cut, qt. jar 34c Jackson Mixed Vegetables, pint jar for 16c Jackson Peas and Carrots, pint Jar for 16c Johnson Glo-Coat, pint 59c Sani Flush Bowl Cleaner, can 19c Knox-Out Insect Spray, pint 35c Iiemo, pound jar 59c Ovaltlne, Chooolate Flour, 1 pound jar for 83c Curtis Summer Drink, no sugar needed, per bottle 18c Penjel or Sure Jell, 2 pkgs 25o .to »,7 tiw »YY»V /iW »Y7»Yv »i'7 »Y'f »W »w t\ WATERMELONS CANTALOUPE TOMATOES POTATOES LEMONS ORANGES SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store ton. Wis., came here last week for a visit in the home of Mrs. Ahlers' brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. | Arthur Bchrens. They also visited over Sunday in the H. H. Dettmer and August Backhaus homes in Garnavillo and^left for their home Monday. Evidently Mr. and Mrs. Klcarance E. Kenney are enroute to Iowa from Petaluma. Calif., where they have lived the past year or so. A card received it this office Monday says, "Please hold our Herald until you either see or hear from us." Formerly of Postville. the Kenneys lived at Waukon before going to California. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Sherman of Emmetsburg arrived last Tuesday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Wedo. Mr. Sherman returned to Emmetsburg Friday night, but Mrs. Sherman will remain here the rest of this week. Sunday, Mr. and Mrs. Wedo and Mrs. Sherman enjoyed a picnic dinner at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Sehrooder. accompanied by the Misses Amelia and Louisa Schroeder of Cedar Rapids, drove to Minneapolis, Minn., Friday to attend the wedding of their nephew, Earl Knodt, to Miss Gerda Hole. They spent the weekend at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Knodt at Rosemount, Minn., returning home Sunday night. Sam Hoesly and Gertrude Zweifel, both of Monroe, Wis., were issued a license to marry in Winneshiek county last week. Mr. Hoesly is well known to many of our readers, having been one of the publishers of the "Iowa Volksblatt," a German language newspaper in Postville from 1908 to 1914. Before coming to Postville he taught the present publisher of the Herald the printer's trade in Monroe. Postville Stores Will Be CLOSED ALL DAY. JULY 4th Postville Commercial Club PLYMOUTH, GREEN TOP AND INTERNATIONAL BinderTwine For Your Harvest BACK TO PRE-WAR QUALITY The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa With Combustioneer's Bin Feed Stoker coal flows smoothly and automatically from your bin to your furnace. NEVER ONCE DO YOU HAVE TO SHOVEL A SINGLE PARTICLE OF COAL! Furthermore, you get the luxurious comfort that only automatic coal heut can give and at thrilling low cost because Combustioneer's Fire-Bed "BREATHES" . . . assuring, at all times the correct mixture of air and coal. Combustion is always complete. Smoke and soot are impossible! Fuel savings are exceptional! See this astonishing Combustion- eer Bin Feed Stoker today. Nyberg's Farm 6- Home Supply SUMMER ESSENTIALS- Trash Burners $1.80 Desk Lamps $5.75 Door Chimes ____$3.50 Hot Plates $3.39 Aluminum Fryers $2.10 Aerosol Dispenser $2.95 U. S. Flag, large size- Power Grinders--$11.00 Bond Boxes $160 Tire Pump $2.65 Cherry Seeder —$160 Tackle Boxes $2.55 Cold Pack Sets 65c $3.00 Tractor Umbrella, with Bracket $ 7 - 50 Electric Broilmaster _ _ $3.95 Heavy Weight Tool Grinders $5.95 WE HAVE MANY HARD-TO-GET ITEMS Hoth Bros. Hardware Heating — Hardware — Plumbing Telephone No. 229 Postville, Iowa

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