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January 21, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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WEDNE8DAY, JANUAITJ Postville Herald Win. J. Kliacbeil, Publisher Altered at the PostofTice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE HSO Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 21, 1948. IRIS THEATRE! Postville, Iowa N THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY January 22, 23 and 24 "ALONG CAME JONES" -"1 —with Gary Cooper and Loretta Young Released in 1944. this exciting Western" was one of the best of its kind. Because of bad weather and bad roads the business done here at the Iris was less than thirty-five per cent of the normal amount. There are large number of movie goers in this immediate neighborhood who 'did not see it. It is one of Gary's best pictures—if not his very best. Under normal wea ther conditions this film originally did a terrific business. Recently at the Grand Theater in Oelwein it played to a fine Saturday night crowd. People were lined up waiting for the second show. These older and most certainly better films have done and are doing better business than many new ones. SUNDAY - MONDAY January 25 and 26 "DARK PASSAGE" —with Lauren Bacall and Humphrey Bogart These two are boxoffice dynamite in small towns and large. Bogart, wrongly convicted ot his wife's murder, is sent to prison for life. He escapes and by means of plastic surgery, is able to keep on the hunt for the guilty party and by the aid of Bacall he finally catches the guilty one. There is never a dull moment in this exciting two hour mystery film. In fact, here is a film that keeps you on the very edge of your chair. Bogart and Bacall are "boxoffice" in no small degree. Theatres with whom we have checked report the film to be doing a great job of ticket selling—particularly so among the adult patrons. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M, wmttuuuuniutuuiui^ TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY January 27 and 28 "BANJO" —with Sharon Lyn, Walter Reed and Una O'Connor There, is the cutest little girl and the cutest little dog in this fine and glean film of small town life. Full of comedy and human appeal. Here is a fine bit of entertainment for those who love pets and children. It is one of those unpretentious films that come along once in a while that really turn out to be what the film business calls "sleepers." . . . For every member of the family this is a fine film. —ALSO "THE LAW OF THE CANYON" —with Charles SUrrett and . Smiley Bornette There is more action in the Durango Kid series than any of the other types of "Western" we have shown. While some like a lot of singing in a western there are a large percentage who prefer out and out action. For those who like either type this will fill the bill. Tuesday & Wednesday • — are-^ • CASH NIGHTS! Roy Pixler was here from Monona on business Thursday. Fred W. Pfiiester of Maynard was a Postville business visitor Tuesday forenoon. C. Mack Peterson was here from Wilton Junction to spend the weekend with his family and friends. Glenn Olson, accompanied by Fred Miene of Monona, went ti Moline, 111., on business Monday. The Milwaukee railroad shipped' 10 decks of livestock out of Postville yards during the past week. Bert Waters was taken to Postville Hospital last Wednesday where he has been a medical pa/ tient since. / Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Osmundsin and daughters of Ossian were-; guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Allard Nyberg home. Mrs. Joe Harnack and Mrs. John Sebastian were up at Owatonna, Minn., over the weekend to visit in the_hM«ft-of•-Mrsr-iaura Schmidt. Mrs. Charles Ulish of Monona was a Postville business visitor last Thursday. August Held is a medical patient at Postville Hospital, having been admitted Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and children were visitors in Fay- ^to-witb^eia|ive^_&imday^ ^ Harry Bergen is the new me- his work there last Thursday tnrtingy Clarence Hoth last week pM chased a building lot of Frank! Severn in north Postville and inM>.u," „„„, . . r ' Y ~u ~ Y"-"-' ~ j * i i -,j v. wave named htm John William, due season expects to build a house 1 *-• .thereon. John Falb, accompanied by his brother, Walter Falb," of Elgin, went to Chicago last night to at- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koopman and Mrs. Henry Koopman of Far- mersb'urg were Postville business visitors_Monjiay. Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Allen who are building a new house in south Postville expect to have it ready to move into about February 1st. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kiesau left Tuesday afternoon for Orlando, Florida, where they will spend the next five weeks. Their address will be the^EmDJre Hotel, Orlando. r Mr. and Mrs. John W. Barnes are the parents of a son, weighing 6*6 vPounds, born to them at Postville IF |lJospital Friday, January 16. They \J Mr. and tend to business matters connected with their Postville and Elgin garages. ^ ^ A son weighing seven pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Monson Friday at Decorah Hospital. Mr. Monson is the manager of Postville Rendering Company, and the family lives at Frankville. W. A. Kneeland went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend a regional meeting of the U. S. savings bond organization. He was accompanied by Bernard Waters who will visit his brother, Louis, and family in the capital city. Harriet Mayer left Saturday for Minneapolis, Minn., to make her home with her sister. She had been here for the past 3Vi years with the Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer family, and was a seventh grade student in the Postville schools. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson took Mr. and Mrs. Robert v Fitzpatrick to Waterloo Sunday, Mr. Fitzpatrick' entering the hospital there for an operation Monday morning. His mother, Mrs. Jessie Fitzpatrick, went to Waterloo Mori-, day to be with her son during the 1 ordeal, returning Monday night..,-' Among the Winneshiek county district court jurors drawn for the February term of court are Thomas Monroe, Robert Szabo and Fred Everman from Bloomfield township, and Glenn Letchford, John Schutta and Mrs. Otto Hager from Frankville township. Fred Koenig of Bloomfield township was drawn for the 1948 grand jury in that county. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 4 packages for 25c Jack Sprat Seedless Raisins, 2 pound package 33c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 32 ounce jar for 69c Jack Sprat Lima Beans, two 15!4 ounce cans , 27c Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, two 10^ oz. cans 19c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, heavy syrup, 29 oz. can 45c Jack Sprat Peaches, sliced or halves, 3 cans tor $1.00 Jack Sprat Cut Wax Beans, 19 ounce can for 19c Jack Sprat Red Cherry / Preserves, pint Jar for 33e Jack Sprat Asparagus, Green / Cut, per can 30c Jack Sprat Hawaiian Pineapple Juice, 18 oz. can. 16c Jack Sprat Apricots, heavy ' syrup, 29 oz. can..._ 35c Meddow Land Apricots, 29 ounce can for .29c Mayflower Tomatoes, two 19 ounce cans for 3?c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 29 oz. can. 49c Jack Sprat Red Pitted Cherries, in heavy syrup, 20 ounce can for 34c Mayflower "Peas, large size, 2 cans for 25c Mayflower Peas, No. 3 Sieve, per can only „...14c Hallmark Pre-Cooked Beans, per package .20c Van Camp's Hot Tomales, per can only — Me Fancy No. 1 Mixed Nu<p, lb 44c Jumbo Stuart Pecans, lb 49c Franco-American Spaghetti CAMPBELL'S SOUPS FRESH OYSTERS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT SUre Mr. and Mrs, JohrfDyke who left a week or more ago for Los Angeles, Calif., to spend the winter, wrote Friday that they were in New Mexico and were enjoying their trip westward. Sixteen Postville Odd Fellows attended lodge at Monona Monday evening to witness and help with conferring the initiatory degree. Six candidates were for the Monona lodge and one was from Postville. DuWayne Bulman was home from Chicago over the weekend, his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman, taking him to Prairie du Chien, Wis., Sunday evening from where he returned to the Windy City by Zephyr, j Miss Margaret 'Huebner and her friend, James Krohn, came out from Evanston, 111., Saturday to spend the weekend/in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner. Both are students j in Northwestern University. Alvin and Lillian Erickson went •to Iowa City Saturday to see the Hawkeyes lambast the Hoosiers in the basketball game that evening. fThey also visited ther sister, Eve- ilyn, who is a student in the State University of Iowa, and then returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman of Newton were guests last week in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman, while enroute to Lansing to attend the funeral of Mrs. H. O. Kehr, mother of Mrs. Howard Bulman. The local people also attended the funeral service. Henry Larson of Ossian was a Herald caller Monday afternoon and reported that the Herald want ads had helped him dispose of all his purebred Poland China stock hogs in short order this year. Mr. Larson has built up quite a clientele through the years and his customers return year after year for | his offerings. William H. Oehring returned home Friday from a week's trip to Little Rock and Hot Springs, Ark. In the latter place he visited the Hammel families, former Postville residents. Enroute he also visited Mary Simon at Des Moines. Mr. Oehring tells us that he took this same trip 50 years ago and noted many changes there and along the way. While he knew many people there a half century ago, he met. nary a soul he knew today. Miss Marcella Mitchell of Waterloo spent the weekend here with home folks. Mr. and ^Mrs. Walter Casten of Monona were Postville business visitors Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. Nora McNeil was at Monona Sunday to visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and ^Mrs. A. A. Saeugling. Local Masons will go to McGregor tonight to attend the regular monthly meeting of the Fellowship Association. BIG BARN DANCE FROLIC AT MEMORIAL HALL, SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. MUSIC BY RAY |ALTO AND HIS COWBOYS. E. H. Schutte and family moved last week from the farm they had been operating near Castalia to the Charles J. Weihe place south of Postville. Leila Schmidt returned home Tuesday from Galva, where she visited in the home of her brother^n-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. eorge Spurgean and family. Postville Herald's Farm Sale Calendar Thursday, January 22, 12:30 p. m. Henry Koenig sale, 3'.6 miles west of Postville. Friday, January 23. 12:30 p. m. Mrs. Ernest Groth sale of Guernsey and Holstein milch cows, li miles northwest of Postville. Thursday. January 2i), 12:30 p. in. Ray Scharn closing out sale, ;\ mile- north of Postville creamery. Thursday, February 5. af 10 a. m. Registered and grade Holstein Disposal sale of Fred J. Miller and J. E. Evans. Saturday, Feb: 7. 12:30 p. in.— Arthur and Harry Schultz disposal sale, lVa miles north of Poslville. Daily Delight! Smoo}h, StreamUn Beauftfut...am SAVE YOUR WASTEPAPER; PICKUP TO BE JANUARY 31 Mrs. Lynn Hangartner ..yfand family and Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and family of Luana were Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth J. Meyer home. I Elmer Erb last week moved from the Dr. Bernard farm south of Luana to the former Henry Larson farm now owned by Dr. I. C. Jerdee of Clermont. The Almar Amundson family formerly lived on this place, but have moved to the Casten farm south of town. LeRoy Foels, who has been operating the Charles Weihe place south of Postville, has moved to the farm vacated by the Erbs and Eldo Schutte of Castalia will' operate the Weihe farm the coming year. Ralph Schultz of Castalia moves onto the farm vacated by the Schuttes. •ll!liV!IIIBI«l!BllI« At the Elevator COMING SOON Carloads of SALVAGE WHEAT RED ASH LUMP COAL PURITY LUMP COAL BRAN SOYBEAN MEAL Hal! Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa James Overland, accompanied by E. J. Overland of Decorah, went to West Liberty on busjness Monday and also visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Overland home in that city. Mrs. Helen Giesen Sires, former nurse in Postville Hospital, is now the chief nurse in the intensive treatment center for Nebraska, located in Omaha. Last week she attended a conference in Dallas, Texas, sponsored by the U. S. Public Health service. Another pickup of wastepapcr, old newspapers and magazines will be made in Postville on the last Saturday of January, the 31st, according to Mrs. L. W. Casten, local chairman. Save all paper for the drive, proceeds of which will go to the benefit of the hospital fund. For Rent or For Sale—My farm located miles south of Postville. Inquire of Fred J. Miller, Post­ ville.—10c. GOING DOWN. At Winfleld, the city is going a long way down for water. A new deep well being drilled there was down to the 1650 foot mark last week. It was expected to reach 2,000 feet before an adequate supply was located. Slippery footing is about the greatest cause of injury during butchering, according to the National Safety Council. When the job is done indoors, the council advises sprinkling the floor with sand, sawdust or crushed rock salt. Made of 100% VIRGIN WOOL Any Shade Desired GERMANTOWN KNITTING WORSTED For Heavy Sweaters and Afghans 2 ounce skein 65c SOCK and SWEATER YARN 2 ounce skein \ 80c SPORT YARN { 2 ounce skein / 80c SAXATONES The 3-ply Baby Yarn 2 ounce skein 85c Try "Botany" Brand DUNK for washing woolens. The "mill-tested" wool wash. . 12 ounces for 50c Huebner's Postville, Iowa Only Roper Gas Ranges have exclusive "staggered" cooking tops. See them at Nybcrg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE, REMEMBER THE GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVHXE. Top burner arrangements that fit every need with Roper Gas Ranges. Now in stock at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. behold, Supremely sure in cool efficiency ... ap / M touse . . , Yes, in every waudf„ v unfailing daily delight Vfc: The COPPER-CLA! "America's Quality Range" Equip your kitchen with a fine new Coppct-C Enjoy the satisfaction of owning and using a KZSA. that's supreme in t>cauty, durability, conveniea frdttf ' baking efficiency and fuel-economy. Come inj'panHU see the beautiful model now on display. £tt I explain the many exclusive and practical feati /VylM which will make the Copper-Clad a daily dcli- 1 "*^ through many, many years of service. f * Although supreme in quality, don't imagine tifcr,-,-^ the Copper-Clad is high in price. It costs no iri'W!? than many ranges of ordinary construction. * XI LOUIS L HILL I Heating: — Hardware — Plumbing j, OUR OWN HARDWAR BIG BARN DANCE FROLIC AT MEMORIAL HALL. SATURDAY, JANUARY 24. MUSIC BY RAY ALTO AND HIS COWBOYS. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. WANTED—We need a waitress At Once ! Good hours and good wages, nice working conditions. V. & J. Cafe, Postville. Today's best buy in Postville— A Herald Want Ad. Basketba Postville High School Gymnasium Brotue Tbtite •%n»er," -' Palu, Opening Tipoff at 7:30 P. M «. iff . ^, ...^ <jfci Friday, January 2! FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS 52: 1 hroedf Pill Waukon vs. PostvilLm Ihe A SUPPORT THE FIGHTING PIRATES!^ Community Auction Sal So many farmers have Horses, Poultry and Farm Machinery they would like to dispose of that we are arranging for a Community Auction Sale at our big sales pavilion in Postville, on Saturday, Febru'y 2| c do ikh w cllity Mr an sir aia «. A onard *. Sdj MM Sale to start at 11:00 a. m. sharp at which time we expect to sell HORSES, POULTRY, GRAIN, HAY, STRAW, TRUCKS, CARS, TRACTORS AND ALL KINDS OF POWER AND HORSE-DRAWN FARMING | MACHINERY, ETC. It is important that you list anviK5» n . • L * L \.«P to this .ale AT ONCE. We want th /lW" ™ h * want t«e list so we can prope|l$ ONCE. many buyers! U W S& K TSA OU E I ? A YMON_ EVERY WEDNESDAY AFTERNOON. Postvlll SALES Telephone No. 217, Postville e Co-op. PAVILION Gilbert Folsom, Sties Man4 i )

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