Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 25, 1948 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1948
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PAGE FOUk. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY , Postville Herald Win. J. Kllngbell, Publisher Altered at the PostofTice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE K2.50 Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY. FEB. 18, 1!M8. WEDNESDAY, FEB. 25. 1948. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY February 26, 27 and 28 "AROUND THE WORLD" —with Kay Kyser and his Celebrated Band Gorgeous Georgia Carroll, Harry- Babbitt, Sully Mason. Ishkabib- ble, and last but by no means least—Joan Davis Yes, this film played at the Iris back in 1944. Yes. even the main roads were blocked by the winter's, worst blizzard. They finally got them open by late Saturday evening, which was the last night of the show. It should not take much imagination to figure out what 20 below zero temperatures and a 9 inch snowfall can do to cutting the crowds to a minimum. Those who saw "Around The World" really liked it The music is fine, the comedy is side-splitiing. Harry Babbitt's singing is simply "grand." Every good film that has been 'brought t back' has been highly successful i at the boxoffice. Many of them! have grossed more the second i playing than the first. And,! frankly, you will enjoy this one : the second time over. ' It is that good. SUNDAY - MONDAY February 29 and Mar. 1 "THE UNSUSPECTED" —with Joan Caulfield. Claude Sains, Audrey Trotter, Constance Bennett, and a newcomer- Hurd Hatfield According to Walter Winchell, Time Magazine. Liberty Maga zine, Look. Life, and a couple dozen of the lesser magazines, "CTNSUSPECTED" is definitely the ultimate tops in a mystery drama. There is a nerve-tingling climax that has never been equalled in any other previous type of film. Movie fans — this one gets the top rating over any and all mystery chillers. And a chiller it really it. Claude Bains is magnificent. His voice, his acting, fits the part he plays in such a manner that he is so real that you lose consciousness oi the fact that this is a movie, not a real live "flesh" play. And "UNSUSPECTED" is really 'hot at the boxoffice. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. tim««imiiminiiiu> TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY March 2 and 3 "ADVENTURE ISLAND" —with Paul Kelly and Ronda Fleming An action packed film, taken from the story, "Ebb Tide" and filmed in Cinecolor. Here is action and beauty combined in one very good film. Two people are ship wrecked on an island in the Pacific. Their struggles for existence and subsequent ac tion and thrills make it an exciting film. 1 ALSO Jimmy Wakely in— "RIDING DOWN THE TRAIL" Lots of action, thrills and a few very well sung songs by Wakely, who is rapidly coming to the front among the "Western" stars. Right now he is behind Rogers and Autry and right on the heels of the latter. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier were in Chicago on business Mon day. A. L. Peterson went to Rochester, Minn., last Thursday to make his periodical visit to the clinic. Helen and Harlan Wegner of Chicago were here over the weekend to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Loomis and son. Billy, were up at Lanes- bora, Minn.. Sunday to visit friends. Earl Peake left last Thursday for Hot Springs. Ark., for it visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard A. Hammel. Karl Walter and family moved last Friday from Monona to the Charles H. Krumm estate farm west of Postville, Mr. and Mrs, Carl Diederichs and family of Ridgeway were visitors Sunday with Postville relatives and friends. Vernon Gericke was discharged from the Army at Ft. Bragg. N. C, last Saturday and arrived home Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Allard Nyberg and family spent Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell_ Laije,. at-Waukojij. Jane Ann Meyer, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer, submitted to an appendectomy at Postville Hospital Monday morning. „„„XJ ^~MTsTTre"ne~Meler will feave "tonight for Bellflower, Calif., having been called there by the serious illness of her niece, Mrs. Max Herv'ig. ... • Albert Bertelsbri" recently purchased the residence property he and his family have been occupying for the last eleven years from Mrs. A. A. Schmidt , , Anita Meier," daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Meier, returned home from Postville Hospital Saturday after having been a patient there for several days. Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Brewer and daughter, Linda, arrived home Sunday from Fords, N. J., where they had visited for two weeks in the home of Mrs. Brewer's parents. The Sander brothers, George of Luana, Otto, Car], Walter and Eldo of Postville, were at Reedsburg, Wis., last Saturday to attend the funeral of their cousin, Walter Sorge,-aged-6i_xesri Mrs. Eldo Sander fell in the dooryard of her farm home Saturday and sustained a fractured leg. The member was reset and placed in a cast at Postville Hospital, whereupon she returned to her home. f- Paul Lester.~Postville's tonsorial parlor operator, was at Prairie du Chien. Wis.. Sunday to visit his wife and other relatives. The Les-, ters have rented the house on the Meyer farm west of the creamery and expect to move into it next week. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frese, accompanied by Mrs. Hattie Frese and Mr. and Mfs. Ben Frese, Jr., of Monona, were at Des Moines last week to attend the funeral of Ed's aunt, Helen Robinson, aged 84 years. They returned home Friday. 10 WEEKEND SPECIALS PER PACKAGE 45c Jack Sprat Prunes, in heavy syrup, five 30-oz. cans ..Sl.OOj Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz. cans, 5 for $1.00 Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 oz. cans, 4 for $1.00 Jack Sprat Apple or Grape Jelly, five 12-oz. jars S1.00 Jack Sprat Run-O-Pod Peas, five 20 ounce cans $1.00 Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, five 20-oz. cans $1.00 Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, seven 20-oz. cans .$1.00 Jack Sprat Sweet Potatoes, five 18-ounce cans for $1.00 Jack Sprat Red Tart Cherries, heavy syrup, 3 cans $1.00 Jack Sprat Hawaiian Pineapple Juice, 6 cans for $1.00 Tomatoes, Mayflower, five 20 ounce cans ~ $1.00 Jack Sprat Pudding, 13 4!-i oz. pkgs. (Assorted Flavors) for only $1.00 Jack Sprat Apricots, in heavy syrup, 29 oz. can — 35c Jack Sprat Peaches, in heavy syrup, 29 oz. cans, 3 cans for only $1.00 Snider's Catsup, Vita Fresh, 14 ounce botUe for .29c Snider's Chili Sauce, Country Style, bottle 35c SALMON - TUNA - SARDINES HERRING • CHEESE FRESH OYSTERS Franco-American Spaghetti CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LADY BOSDEN ICE CBEAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK 8PRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. John F. Sawvelle were Dubuque business visitors last Wednesday. Ruben- Schutte and family have moved from the farm northwest of Postville to Luana. Six decks of livestock went to market out of the Milwaukee stockyards during the past week. Mr. and Mi's. Arthur Nesteby were guests Sunday in the Mr. and MR. Jacob Hoover home at Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. G. V. Hunt of Gnt- tenberg were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam home. Henry Samek of Giard, nephew of Frank Samek of this city, is the relief operator at the Milwaukee depot. Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss were over at Waukon Sunday to visit their old neighbors, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hertrumpf. Miss Marie Lawson of Milwaukee. Wis., spent the weekend here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson.' Dr. and^Mrs. F. W. Kiesau are expected home the coming week from their vacation trip to Orlando, Florida, and other points. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller went Des Moines Tuesday to attend jihis week's convention of the Iowa Independent Oil Jobbers Assn Mr. and Mrs. E. M. Gass and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Casten were at Waterloo Sunday to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klein home. Mr. and» Mrs. Ernest T. Paulsen were at Monona Sunday as guests in the home of the latter's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Hilmer Trappe. Miss Carolyn Shaffer of Dubu que was a guest several days last week in the home of her brother in-law and sister, Dr. and Mrs. Har ry Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer are expected home tomorrow from California where they have been visiting relatives and sightseeing since December 16. Another exclusive with the new Roper gas range is the "Glo" broiler that produces infra-red heat rays. Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply has it on display Lloyd Schroeder, accompanied y Iowa City and Ridgeway parties, went to Mankato, Minn., last Friday to attend a Marlow Milker fneeting. He returned home Sun ^ Mrs. Richard Meyer is the new clerk at the Mrs. Koevenig variety store. And up at Hall Roberts' Son elevator, Miss Virginia Brown is assisting with office work during the seed buying rush. '"" Ben Lange, who had been a patient in the Rochester, Minn., clinics for several weeks, returned home Saturday. Going up to get him were his wife and Mrs. Merle Lange of this city and Mrs. Wilson Lange of Decorah. The 4-H boys' and girls' clubs ofj Allamakee county donated $39 to-j ward the buying of seed packets) to be sent to Europe. Of th amount the Big-Four 4-H boys' club of Postville donated $15, oij the equivalent of five packets. The Mack Peterson family moved .acrJrt-.. 4^ flril* T i."— ---« t LATE WANT ADS! For Sale—200 bales of clover and timothy hay; 50 cents a bale. William A. Nelson, 2 miles east of Clermont.—17p. For Sale—Another 8-room residence; excellent location; all mo dern. Inquire of the Citizens State Bank, Postville.—17c. For Sale—Three Spotted Poland China brood sows, duo to farrow in March; cholera immuned. Alvin Kahle, R. 2. Postville;—17c. Roper gas range "simmcr-spced" top burners affect up to 50% fuel saving over many top burners now in use. See it today at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Tostville. ciety of Agronomy will hold their Tuesday to Wilton Junction where ! fhjyia i uet_March 2 at the college. Mack has been holding down a re sponsible position with the REA cooperative. The apartment over Koevenig's store which they have been occupying has been rented to Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder who expect to move from Post township into town shortly. .Walter Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Gruel and family were among those going to Waukon Sunday to attend the 36th wedding anniversary surprise party tendered Mr. and Mrs. Henry Miene, former Postville residents; ""Mfs".""JE" T. Barker of Boulder, Colo., sends her brother, Arbe Behrens, a clipping from the paper in her town which tells of the naming of R. J. Carroll, former Post ville school- superintendent, to administrative head* of the Sterling, Colo., Junior College, June 1. Mr. Carroll is now superintendent of the Sterling public schools and the Logan county high school system, the clipping says. Mr. Carroll and his family moved to Sterling from Oskaloosa, Iowa, last fall. At the Elevator JUST RECEIVED Carload* of LINSEED MEAL BRAN STANDARD MIDDLINGS REDDOG FLOUR MEAT SCRAPS Hall Roberts'Son Postville, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Aulden Cornish visited relatives in La Crosse, Wis., Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and Jim were at Waterloo on business last Wednesday.. Dr. CM. Morgan returned Tuesday from a several days visit with his family in Ames. John C. Martens and Harvey Martens of Ossian were Postville business visitors last Friday. Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil spent the weekend in Hammond, Ind., on a visit to her daughter, Kathryn. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carlson of Luana were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mork and family. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and family spent Sunday in Clermont with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry O. Olson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte are expected here from Cincinnati, Ohio, this weekend for a week's visit to home folks and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt and son, L. E., attended the golden wedding observance of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Olson in West Union last Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Charles F. Reincke, Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and Miss Bernice Stromsodt were at Calniar Sunday to visit in the Mrs. Agnes Mott home. Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Cole took their daughter, Mrs. Francis J. Heaverlo and son, Tommy, back to Cedar Rapids Sunday after their visit here for the past week or more. • Mrs. William Tyler and son, ['Miles, and Miss Hulda Lubritz of j^lta Vista and Mrs. Emma Schoenfeldt of New Hampton were Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler family home. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Luman Colton and Mrs. Kenneth T. Cook were at Prairie du Chien, Wis., last Wednesday evening to attend the concert of Todd Duncan, baritonq, on the citi- zens''~coneert ~6eries^_ — \( A bulletin from Iowa State College, Ames, says that Neil Bulman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman, of Postville, is one of ten senior Agronomy students who will graduate at the close of the winter quarter, will be honored when the student section of the American So- SALI Here are housewares values that will delight thrifty housewives and put new hope into discouraged budgets! 2-QT. ENAMEL SAUCEPAN A fine value! Double-lipped design, heavy enamel coating, strong handle. 29C | only tdu*j STEP-ON DISPOSAL CAN No stooping! Just step on the pedal — lid opens. Inner container lifts out. Japanned finish In colors. $1.49 BUTCHER KNIFE Vanadium steel blade, hollow ground, with black walnut handle, secured with 2 extra HQp heavy rivets IV\> CLEAN! Your Coal and Wood-Burning KITCHEN RANGE Ambrose Arnold sold' two farms last week in this vicinity, says the Ossian Bee. He completed a deal on Friday, selling the 345 r acre former Tony Miller farm near Clermont to Millard H. Larson. As Mr. Larson owns the- adjoining farm, the new property will make a nice addition to his present property. Consideration was $20,000.. Mr. Arnold also sold the Martin Harris farm east of Castalia to Joe Mu- ohow. The 155 acres brought $1C,- 1300. Clifford Quandahl, who is now on this farm, has rented the Schultz farm jtist northeast of Ossion. Possession of both farms will be given on March 1. Enjoy Gas Stove Convenience NO DIRT. NO DUST. NO WORK Whether you're in the city or on the farm here's the handy modern appliance you need for firing your coal and wood range. This pot- type range burner works just like your oil heater—lights with a match — no wicks— no rings or electricity needed. s 39 s plus installation S*« thlt amailng Super/lam* Burntr TQOAf i Bathroom Scald Smartly designed metal 1 enamel finished. Non-sen composition platform. EujJ read dial. Weighs up to 23»f $6 .75 LP I WAX Thti way ti flows, fa etc. Ill tpnat »I M it *T, I to l k# i Furniture POLISH Cie«M polish renews twstr* of original finish. Smooths M • nly, aailly, loivint a •fourth* tltn. Cie«M polish renews twstr* of original finish. Smooths M • nly, aailly, loivint a •fourth* tltn. net hi 12 -wiKe.Wltt* ! ^ 19c HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATIN Business Personals =—».v Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa. Your favorite cigars—all regular brands. Buy them by the box and save up to 20%. Clermont Cafe. DON'T NEGLECT THAT SOILED HAT ANY LONGER. GET IT CLEANED AND REBLOCKED NOW AT GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. ONLY ABC HAS THE A-B-C -O -Matic WASHER 1 *H-- —Eliminates all hand rinsing. §j|j§ —Automatically rinses and .deposits clothes in basket —Introduces a new and scientific principle of washing and rinsing. —Reduces total washing time to minutes instead of hours. —Requires no more water- hot or cold—than conventional washers. —Makes washing a tidy and effortless operation. L. O. KOEVENIG HARDWARE JUST RECEIVED | We have just received a brand m | shipment of Rugs in jnany new desifl | and patterns—and they're so good m | like to throw out all the ones we have] | our home and put these new ones in th | Ptece. But we want our customer^ | share in them too. | Come in and make your selectil | now. We know you'll like them H 1 Louis Schutte & I Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern J

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