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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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9A0K rOTTk. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllnfbeil, Publisher ^Satered at the Post office, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 5, 194? IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY November 6, 7 and 8 "CALCUTTA" —with Alan Ladd. Gail Russell; William Bendix and Jean Duprcz * ^ Here is an action packed filrh.. that should be a welcome change from comedy and musical filnfs. There is no more popular team in the movies than Ladd and Bendix and they give you a. real' thrill in this action film. When a friend of the above mentioned is shot they immediately set out to find out why and who. The girl friend of the slain pal implicated in the plot as she has been smuggling jewels and con traband over the hump in the plane they have been flying. Telling more of the story would spoil your interest, but for those who like a good mystery, thi: is it. ALSO —— A Two-Reel Technicolor Musical, entitled— "Romance and Dance' WIIIIIIIHIIIIHlllHMIIIHHIHInmmMI)MMUUIII1IHII SUNDAY - MONDAY November 9 and 10 "CYNTHIA" / —with Elizabeth 'Taylor, Georgje Murphy, S. Z. Sakall. Mary Astor and Spring Byington ^ This is l^iss Taylors first starring role and the film is a good one. It is a delightfully warm, clean and wholesome film that is appealing to the whole family. In fact, there hasn"t been a picture for a long time that has such strong family appeal. Miss Taylor is simply splendid in her role of an adolescent girl whose frail health is under constant supervision of her family. The girl rebels against this strict supervision and goes against their wishes. When nothing happens to her they -all realize how foolish they have been and she is allowed to lead a healthy normal life. Here is a film that is as true to life as any ever has been. It is typical of everyday family life in any small American town. It's clean and it's wholesome — and mothers and fathers of young teen-agers will get a big bang out of it. It's packed with comedy, too. All in all, "CYNTHIA" is the tops in down to earth entertainment. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. wwwiiinniuiuiiminiMMm mm nullum inn TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY November 11 and 12 "THE SPORT OF KINGS" —with Paul Campbell, Gloria Henry and Harry Davenport To tell you that this one is THE best race track film yet produced would not be truthful. 'INDIANA", which we played some months ago, has that honor —but nevertheless, "THE SPORT OF KINGS" is a swell film- packed with action and with a horse race that will keep you on edge. AND LAUREL and HARDY "PARDON" US" Because every small town theater in the U.S-A. has been yelling for these Laurel and Hardy films, three more have been reissued. "PARDON US" is an old one —but most everybody, seems to express the thought that they don't care how old they are. These two nits are good for many, many laughs. The film was originally released ten years ago — but you haven't seen a better one. Watch for "SAPS AT SEA" and "SONS OF THE DESEKT." Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! . Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harnack and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Heins were at Decorah on business Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hotzel of Traer were weekend guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold J. Sebastian. Miss Marie Lawson of Milwaukee, Wis., spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Schulte of Remsen were here Friday on a visit in the homes of Fred, Henry and Louis Benjegerdes. Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg were at Clinton over the weekend to visit in the home of her sister and husbjind^Mr^ • ' A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Flage of Postville Saturday at Postville Hospital. He weighed 7 lbs., 9 oz., .at_b.irth. MK arid Mrs. Erwin Barnes of Cresco and Mrs. Minnie Skogmark of Decorah were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mi's. Horace Gordanier hotne..^, '" Mr. and Mrs. Loren Meyer of Postville are the parents of a daughter, weighing 5 lbs., 13 oz.. born to them Tuesday at Postville Hospital. last week from the apartment over Huebner's store to the new home they recently completed on south Lawler street.; — All Odd Fellows are urged to attend the regular meeting Friday evening of this week when the third degree will be conferred on a class of candidates. Mrs. John Overhuls and daughter, Gail, arrived here Saturday morning from their home in Atlanta, Ga., for a visit to the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders. Rudolph Hartwig was at Victor Sunday where he visited his friends. Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Mueller. Mr. Mueller was formerly athletic coach in the Garnavillo and Elkader schools. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag and the Misses Elsie and Libbie Schultz were at Red Wing, Minn., Sunday to visit in the home of Louis Salzgeber, uncle_^._Jjie. Schultz sifters.. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Milton T. Starcevich and son have rented the apart-j ment over Huebner's store, vacated, last week by the William Kugel family. The Starcevich family moves here from Manchester, but' are originally from Mystic. Mr. and Mrs. Win'field Masonhall went to Rochester, Minn., Monday to get Mrs. Glen Blakeman and sons, who will spend a week or more here before going to Milwaukee, Wis., where Mr. Blakeman has been transferred to a more lucrative position by his firm. Lorence Reinhardt was a business visitor in Rock Island last Thursday. Patty Peterson and Nora Peake spent the weekend at Elgin on a visit to the former's grandmother, Mrs. Ethel Kohler. Mrs. H. H. Douglass and Diane attended the Parents Day festivities at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, Sunday, Jean Douglass being a student at that school. Miss Kathryn Klingbeil, homemaking teacher in the Hammond, Ind., schools, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil. Miss Carolyn Shaffer returned to her home in Dubuque Friday after 3 two weeks visit here in the home Of her brother-in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Cole. ' Jack Thill was here last week on a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan while enroiite to Minneapolis, Minn. He had been called to that city by the serious illness of his brother, William Thill. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene and Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Fred 'Miene of Monona, were at Cresco Sunday, where Mrs. Henry Bugen- TurWffi^T8 ^iamlly"mOT^ agen> an aunt ' had passed away the day before, j V. C. Otley of Upper Montclair. New Jersey, spent the weekend here as a guest in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mr. and Mrs. - Clarence Tindell were in Chicago on business several days last week. Danny Schultz spent the week? end at Castalia in the home of his grandparents, Mr. and Mrs, Walter Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Sanders of Iowa City spent the weekend here with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders. Mrs. Ed Bohle of Evanston, 111., came Friday for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kramer home, returning to Evaiiston Tuesday. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Norden and daughter, Kristen. of Waukon were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Norden's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. George Molony and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown and son, Dennis, of Cedar Rapids were visitors here Sunday in the home of Mae and Rose McNeil. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and children and Mrs. Bertha Schroeder were at Fayette Sunday to attend the funeral of Frank Landis, 64. uncle of Mrs. Harold Schroeder. Eldo Gericke and son, LaMont, couldn't spot any ducks over at Lansing Sunday, so they made a Durwood Schutta was in Iowa City over this weekend visiting in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Arlic Martin of Fairbank w 'ere guests Sunday in,| the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Overeen. ' / Mrs. Norris Blegen and Virginia spent Sunday at Harmony, Minn., where they visited in the home iof the former's parents. \ Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland, and children had as their dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Loomis and son. Miss Barbara Abernethy, student at Clarke College, Dubuque, spent the weekend here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy. Rev. E. L. Seamans left Monday for Montrose to join his wife and son in their visit to relatives. When he returns, he will bring his family with him. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Luver C. Schultz and Mrs. L. H. Schroeder were Sunday evening dinner guests in .the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller at Monona. Clarence Zurcher of near Farmersburg was a Postville business visitor yesterday afternoon and side trip down the river to inspect (placed an advertisement in the the new Interstate Power Company | Herald for some choice Holsteins plant which is being constructed. ] he is offering for sale. Appoint Clinton Lammert Ne^YoxlULife Salesman /^Clinton Lammert of this city has been assigned to the territory roundabout Postville as representative of the New York Life Insurance Company, it was announced this week. It will be remembered that Mr. Lammert's grandfather, the late Charles H. Krumm, held (his same position for many years. Clinton is it graduate'of Postville high school and for a number of years was employed by the Falb Motor Company. THANK YOU. I wish to thank the Post-Franklin Study Club and nil other ladles who assisted with the. serving of lunches at my sale; also all men who helped me* before and during the selling. Their fine assistance materially helped to make the sale the success it was.—Mrs. Tom Looney. . Mr. and 'Mrs. Kenneth Kerr had Mr. and Mrs. Richard Smith of WEEKEND SPECIALS We have CONTEST BLANKS 12 oz. pkg. 18c Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 105-i ounce can for 10c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for 28c Jack Sprat Peaches, 29-oz. cans, 3 cans for only 99c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, two 29 oz. cans for 99c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, two 29 oz. cans 89c Jack Sprat Cream Golden Corn, live 20 oz. cans 95c Jack Sprat Run-O-Pod Peas, five 20 oz. cans for 95c Jack Sprat Wax Beans, Cut, five 19 oz. cans 95c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 5 cans for 70c Jack Sprat Pumpkin, two 29 ounce cans for 39c Jack Sprat Alaska Red Salmon, per can 69c Yellow Corn Meal, 2J4 pound pk£. for 29c Graham Flour, 5 lb. bag 39c Matches, True American, 6 boxes for 25c Jack Sprat Milk, four HH oz. cans for 49c Great Northern Beans, lb 15c Fancy Rice, long, white, lb 17c Pink and Medium Red Salmon Red Sockeye Salmon Sardines Tuna Fish Herring Fitted Dates Sweet Potatoes FRESH OYSTERS Campbell's Soups LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store Mrs. John Falb. Mrs. Falb took Groten, N. Y., and the George Kerr her brother to Prairie du Chien, family of Decorah as their guests Wis., Monday from where he left Wednesday evening. Mr. Smith is for his home. an unc le of George and Kenneth Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Harrington Kerr, took Major and Mrs. Robert Har- Lorence Reinhardt. Ross Thorn- rington and son, Bobbie, on a drive j ton, Albert Lubke. A. S. Burdick Sunday through the little Switzer- anc j Francis Padden were at New land of Iowa, going to McGregor, I Hampton Monday evening to at- Marquette. Waukon and Lansing to tend a district meeting of Odd Fel- view the fall splendors as displayed at present by mother nature. Mrs. K. E. Kenney of Waukon was a Postville visitor Saturday afternoon arid informed us that daughter was born to her son ani daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. William Kenney, at Yuba City, Calii., October. 17. Bill is agriculture iiv- , structor in the Yuba City schools. T Mr. and Mrs. James Bowles of'j Arlington have been here since last week visiting in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowles, on Route one. Sunday all of these people went to Wadena to visit Mrs. Geo. Bowies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Dumke." Mr. and Mrs. G. F. Woodcock of Rockford, 111., came Saturday to spend the weekend with their friend, Francis Hart. All went on lows at which Grand Lodge officers ..were honored. ... > /'M"r. and Mrs. Vernon Brouillet and sons and Mrs. Hattie Brouillet made a trip to Lansing and New Albin Sunday to view the fall scenery. At the former town they visited the new power plant being erected by the Interstate Power Co? 1 •'Dean Hammel came out from Milwaukee, Wis., Friday evening to get his wife and children who had been visiting his parents, Mr and Mrs. Earl Hammel, at Frankville and her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Lubbers, in Grand Meadow township. _ — ••• ,' Mr. " and Mrs. Clarence Hoth. Charles H. Hoth, Mrs. Wm. H. Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta and Mr. and Mrs. John Schutta were over between Hawk- l!^»v° , t the Lansing Uve and Sumner last Friday to at Sunday to view the fall scenerv which abounds in the hills and Valleys along the Mississippi river. Arthur S. Burdick, district depu ty grand master of Iowa Odd Fel lows, had as his guests here Mon day Grand Master A. D. Crawford of Cedar Falls and Grand Secretary Lynn J. Irwin of Des Moines. The three went to Rossville Monday afternoon to attend to some lodge business connected with the Odd Fellows cemetery near Rossville. L,.ThfiL.house Lenard Allen recently purchased at Frankville was moved here last week by I. R. Hughes and his men and placed on the foundation Lenard had built on the lot secured from the Sherman ..Lawson property in south PostvuTei") It will be remodeled and prepared for occupancy as a home for Mr. and Mrs. Allen, who will build an addition to it later. Mr., and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and Marilyn were at Dubuque Sunday to see the new Loras College chapel, dedicated the week before in memory of the Rev. Aloisus Schmidt of St. Lucas, who was killed on a U. S. battleship during the attack on Fearl Harbor. Joe and the chaplain were classmates while they attended the former Columbia College at Dubuque. tend the funeral of Charles Hoth, a cousin of Charles Hoth of this city. Out of town people here for the funeral of Lewis Hein last Saturday included the following: Mr. and Mrs. Verlin Thomas, Don Caldwell, Wilma Brewer, Mrs. Mary Hofer, Cliff Peeples, Everett Johnson. Mr. and Mrs. Vearl Andrew and Clem Loftsgard of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Carl R. Smith and David of Ames; Vernon Schroeder of Marion; Elmer Erickson of Mcintosh, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. William H. Hein and Lloyd Hein of Valparaiso, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. Orville Hein and family of Elgin, 111.; Mrs. Joe DuBois of Roann, Ind.; Mr. and Mrs. John Eberling, Paul Mohs. Lloyd Eberling and John Mertens of Cresco; Mr. and Mrs. Linn Downing of McGregor; Mrs. Amelia Mead. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hills and family of Waterloo: Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wild and Millard of Lansing: Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Wild. Adolph Fossum and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund Meyer of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. John Jaster and Mrs. Fred Doane of Ossian; Mrs. Lena Perry and Viola Kamp of Castalia; Mrs. Bertina Buraas and Gloria of Clermont, and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Thoma of Oelwein. The Milwaukee railroad handled 24 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. A shortage of stock cars still exists, Agent C. C. Searls reported this morning, causing shipments to be held up along this line. Start Foundation Work On Waters' New Dairy """Tsiccnvation work for the founds' tions of the new dairy plant Pal Waters will build in Postville, >o; fWest Tilden Street, wag begun la: 'Thursday. The. structure will bi ?30 by .80 feet in size, with the dab jplant on the ground floor and lly. jing quarters on the second floor.' • Mr. Waters, who recently sold hil dairy farm north of town to Harrjf Schultz, expects to rush the buildjf ing to completion, since Mr. SclwifcT Is to get possession of the farnf January 1. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DOld REMEMBER THE GORDANIEqf CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. ,MR. FARMER—This is the tin of the year when the drudgery cleaning out the cow barn wi}j§ start. Have n Crown Barn Cleanq do that dirty and hard job for yoij For further information, see Henri Gisleson, dealer for Clayton couij ty, Luana, Iowa.—lc. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK Oil MONUMENTS AND MARKERS 0)1 THE FLOOR TO SELECT FRO!tt| THE ROGGENSACK MONUMEMi WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. "Painting, always painting. Why don't you drink a lot of Waters' Pasteurized Milk and get some natural color, like me?" For Pure Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call No. 38-F-62. North Side Dairy PAUL WATERS, Prop. "At your door or store—be sure its Pasteurized" Wo more ashes, ^wood or coal for me..!since I converted my range into r a modern oil burner! 0 Si/ptrf/ome RANGE IURNER has th«st*odvantafle$ • FAST; • CLEAN .SIMPLE • ECONOMICAL*. CONVENIENT $3995 plus InttelfaHra It's so easy cooking and baking with a Si/perf/ome (POT-TYPE) RANGE BURNER in your own range, it's like cooking with gas or electricity. Finger tip controlled heat for any temperature you want. Just like your oil heater. This amazing Superflame Pot-Type Burner is so simple— so right—to light it just drop in a match. There are no wicka— no rings, no moving parts, and no electricity is needed. COST? You'll never make a finer investment. In an insulated range, it bakes perfectly all day long—for 12 hours on 2 gallons of low cost fuel oil. It's easy to install. The complete unit fits right in [thefirebox of your range. ~ (II THIS SUPUFLAMI AT QUI STOII TODAY .1 4 I LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing ANNUAL JUNIOR CLASS PLAY POSTVILLE HIGH SCHOOL JUNIOR CLASS PRESENTS The Late Christopher Bean" by SIDNEY HOWARD Produced by special arrangement with Samuel French, New York At the Postville High School Auditorium Friday Evening, November 14 Curtain Promptly at 8:00 o'clock ADMISSION PRICES: Adults, 50c; High School Students, 30c; Children, 12c YOU ARE CORDIALLY INVITED! POULTRY SERVICE Culling - - Vaccinating - Worming - - De-Beaking ALLAMAKEE HATCHERY Telephone No. 187 Postville, Iowa

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