Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 3, 1948 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 3, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, MABCn t,, Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllncbell. Publisher Cbtered at the Postoffice, PostviUe, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. 'SUBSCRIPTkO.V PRICE $£30 Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 3, 1M8. Rudolph Hartwig spent Sunday with friends in Gnrnavillo. Milo Gericke attended a locker operators' meeting in Des Moines last week. Miss Marcella Mitchell of Waterloo spent (lie weekend with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hein. Mrs. Eldon Stirk of Rockford. 111., arrived here this morning for a visit to her mother. Mrs. Minnie Miller, and other relatives and friends. Jeannine Harris, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris, was taken in Louis Schutte's ambulance to the University Hospital in Iowa City this morning. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 4, 5 and 6 WALT D1SNEVS "FUN AND FANCY FREE" -with Dina Shore, Edgar Bergan. Charlie McCarthy and Mortimer Snerd — to support — Mickey Mouse, Donald Duck and Jiminy Cricket This film has a great appeal to both young and oldsters as it features the antics of Mickey? Mouse. Pluto, and all the lov-^ able characters that are seen in; the runny papers. Dinah Shore' sings several beautiful songs and^ Charlie and Mortimer have a dual of words that is a scream. Children will love this fine, clean and wholesome film. The tech­ nicolor is unusually beautiful and there is lots of fun for all.. Miss Dorothy Schultz was home from Davenport over the weekend. The Harold H. Schroeder family were guests Sunday in the Mark Schaltz family home in West Union. A card from Ed Gordon states that he is leaving Orlando. Florida, and expects to be home within a few days. Mrs. Charles Volz and children, Gary and Janie. of La Crosse, AVis.. are guests in the Ted Anderson home since Friday. Reuben Schupbach of Elgin was a guest Sunday in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schupbach. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and daughter were in Waterloo Saturday, Mr. Steele having business to transact and his family visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson and family were Sunday guests in the home of Mrs. Larson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson, in Marion township. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy were out at Fort Dodge over the weekend to visit in the Dr. and Mrs,' M. E. Irish home. Mrs. Irish is aj sister of Mr. Handy. ! Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Sehastianl were at Waukon Sunday to visit in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles An derson, and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Livingood spent several days last week with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carlson, and family, at Charles City. Ewald Brandt, David Flage and Don Lamborn went to West Union Monday to attend a meeting of Canton 1, of the Brown Swiss Cattle Breeders Association Rose Marie Meyer, student at Iowa State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, arrived home Monday evening for a week's visit with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer, between terms. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale visited the Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith home in Elkader and the' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dinan family in St. Olaf Sunday. / Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lester were] at Chester Sunday to ready their(j household possessions for removal to Postville today. They have rented the house on the former Henry Meyer place near the cream Harlan Schara has made~fapi£i progress on the new home he js building on the lot to the east of the former John Thoma property. Of four rooms and bath, the structure is expected to be ready for oc r J-euogncy this week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nesteby were at West Union Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Christine Hoover. Henry Radloft of south of town is a medical patient at Postville Hospital since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer went to Des Moines Sunday where Dean is attending a weed spraying school this week. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Wild of Waukon were visitors last week at the home of their daughter, Mrs. Lucile Hein, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Avleon Olson and Mrs. George Eder, accompanied by some Clermont people, went to Waterloo on business Friday. The Big-Four Boys' 4-H Club will meet at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrpse Waters next Monday evening at eight o'clock. Keith Gray and son, Roland went to Iowa City Saturday evening to witness the Iowa-Minnesota basketball game which the Iowa j l?ds~ •worrrM-~to ~60i - ~—4 ' Our winter travelers have re- iiimuiiiinitimiimiii" SUNDAY - MONDAY MARCH 7 and 8 "THE SECRET LIFE OF WALTER MITTY" —with Danny Kaye and Virginia Msyo, and the .Goldwyn Caties Filmed in Brilliant Technicolor! This is one of Danny's funniest It has everything. Super Clown Danny Kaye is a day dreamer in this one and the trouble that he gets into keeps him in a pack of hot water and the audience in stitches. There is pulchritude aplenty in the somewhat scantily clad Goldwyn Girls. But the screwball antics of Danny Kaye will keep any normal person in laughter thru the full two hours of this fine feature. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2.-30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY MARCH 9 and 10 "THE ARNELO AFFAIR" —with John Carroll and Frances Gilford This is a very good mystery film without the usual murder —in fact, there are many who liked it better than "The Unsuspected", which many Movie Reviewers rate the best for 1947. , -— ALSO "THUNDER MOUNTAIN" These Zane Grey novels make the best type of "Westerns" that are being made today. The story- is always logical and plausible. Here is one of the latest Zane Grey films and one that the most particular movie fan can enjoy. It has plenty of action and thrills and presents a cast of capable actors and not just a cowboy on a horse who in many instances is the world's worst actor. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! turned home during the past week, the Otto Fischers from California, the Ed Greens from McAllen, Texas, and the Dr. Kiesaus from Orlan do, Florida Mrs. Alvin Meyer feturne3~Kome Tuesday from Monona where she had been assisting her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kugel, getting settled in their new home on the Bernhart farm east of Monona. Lawrence Meyer of Ossian was a Postville business visitor Saturday and told us that his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Meyer, former Postville residents, are both getting along quite well, which will be good news to their many friends here, Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss and Mrs. Amelia Heins and daughter, Lenora, were at Monona Sunday, called there by the passing on of Ed Roth. His funeral was held Tuesday. Mrs. Roth is a cousin of George Kluss, being the former^ / Ameira~Heins_ofJL4aB5u„___---~-—i John Nuehring, who lives south of Luana, had the misforture to fall about 14-feet into the silo at his place last Thursday, suffering_a- fractured left leg in the_fajl.) He |"was brought toTSMville Hospital where the fracture was reduced and Sunday morning was taken to- his home in the Schutte ambulance. Frank "BlSserr-a^b'ther-in-law' of Henry and James Steele of this city, last week was admitted to the bar in the examinations held in Iowa City. Mr. Blaser is an income tax expert and has been studying law in one of the law offices in Desf Moines, his home city, for severaj years. j Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns, Mrs. Don White, Sydney Larson and Opal Gordanier were at Iowa City Sunday. Opal visited her sister, Murtis, a student at the State Unif versify of Iowa, and the others! moye_there this spring. spent the day with Mrs. Sydney Larson who is recuperating from an operation submitted to Wednesday in the University Hospital. J2r7 and ~MxsrGeorge Bowles and children were at Volga a week ago Saturday to attend the golden wedding anniversary observance' of Mr. Bowles' parents, Mr. - and Mrs. James H. Bowles. The couple were tnarried in London, England, in \|1898, and came to Jbwa in 1913- TEey""nave" Tived'since in the - Arlington, Wadena and Volga com- punitieer—•— The Misses Martha and Ralinda Lammert last week purchased the Gilbert Sanders house and expect to take possession May 1. Mr. Sanders is at Cedar Bapids, having accepted a position in the engineering department of the Iowa Manufacturing Co., with which concern he was associated during the war. The Sanders family have purchased house in Cedar Rapids and will WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pudding Powder, Jack Sprat Gelatine Powder, Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, Your Choice—6 Pkgs 49c Jack Sprat Salad Mustard, 20 oi. Refrigerator jar 19c Jack Sprat Peannt Butter, Z pound jar for 69e Jack Sprat Peaches, three 29 oz. cans 99c Jack Sprat Red Salmon, 1 pound can for 69c Jack Sprat Bed Tart Cherries, in heavy syrup, two 20 ounce cans for 69c Jack Sprat Peas, No. 2 sieve, two 20 oi. cans (or 53c Jack Sprat Hominy, 29 oz. can for. 15c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 16 oz. can 29c Jack Sprat Spinach, 18 ounce can for .15c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, 19 ounce can for. 15c Jack Sprat Cot Beets, 27 ounce can for 18c Jack Sprat Cat Wax or Green Beans, 19 oz. can. 19c Bon-Ann-Lee Tomatoes, 19 ounce can /or ....18c Gerber's Baby Food, 2 cans -15c Husky Dor Food, three 15 H cans for, -29c Here's Health Brand Vegetable Juice Cocktail, 18 oz. can 19c SALMON - TUNA - SARDINES HERRING - CHEESE FRESH OYSTERS CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAK 0 Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Stare The Milwaukee road shipped 18 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Mr. and Mrs, Walter Heins, Mrs. Richard Koopman and Mrs. Herman Heins went to Dubuque Friday to visit Mrs. Betty Mohn, who is a patient at Sunny Crest sanitarium. Will accept bids on my modern home in Clermont; stoker heal; on highway 18; reserve right to reject any or all bids: offer open to March 20. William Accola, phone 31-F-62, Clermont.—19c. Dr. Thomas D. Clark of Vintori came Monday afternoon for a visit to his mother. Mrs. W. J. Clark, and with other relatives and friends. A birthday dinner was served for Mrs. Clark at the Henry Steele home Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harva O. Miller went to Iowa City Wednesday of last week and were accompanied home by Mrs. Miller's mother, Mrs .Beulah Nichols, who recently submitted to an operation at University Hospital. iThe Kiwanis Club will hear Professor R. A. Haatvedt of Luther College speak tonight on his service in the. China-Burma-India war theater and in Sweden during the war. His topic will be, "India and Sweden During the War." Prof Haatvedt served as a naval intelligence officer. Arthur F. Brandt Post, Na 518, American Legion, and the Legion Auxiliary received an invitation Monday to attend the Legion meeting tonight at Waukon at which Gov. Robert Blue will be the speaker. The public is also invited to the Governor's talk which will start at 8:15 o'clock in the school auditorium. Leo Heins was taken suddenly ill Sunday and was rushed to the hospital at _Rochester, Minn., in Louis Schutte's ambulance. Mrs. Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman and Rev. F. R. Ludwig also went to Rochester to be with Mr. Heins during the examination he submitted to thai: day. Reports from (Rochester last evening were en- jjcouraging concerning Mr. Heins' condition. Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Schutte arrived here last Friday from Cincinnati; Ohio, for a ten-day visit in the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten. Paul expects to finish his course at the morticians' school next August and Will then return here to resume his position in the business of his father and brother, Willard, and his own. Trip to County Contest Nancy Kneeland, eighth grade student, was the winner Friday >» the elimination contest held here to determine PostWIie's representative in the county spelling contest to be held at Waukon later this month, y ' Fifteen students competed fur high honors and in the final contest Nancy won out over the finalists, Joan Schultz, Mary Dresser. Dick Kiingbeil ;md Phyllis Mork. Seventh and eighth graders made the original spelling class, of up Elaine Moser is the Lorenz Willman was in northern and at Fargo, No. Dak., Minnesota on business last' home Friday. .., week, •tttia I wish to thank all who remembered me with cards, gifts and flowers during my hospitalization ahd convalescence. Your thoughtfulness is greatly appreciated.—De- El'ta Buraas. Preston Carr~-and-son,—Johtrr"6f Monona were Postville business visitors Friday and made the Herald office a call. Mr. Carr in formed us that he has just completed moving into his modernly equipped office quarters in the new post office building in Monona, something he has looked forward to with keen anticipation for several years. He is extending an invitation for his many friends to call on him, an advertisement to that effect appearing elsewhere in today's Herald. Mr. Carr, who for several years, has been the band instructor in the Luana high school, has submitted his resignation to the Luana school board. YOU'LL LIKE Designed especially for you who live beyond city gat maim, Dri-gas and a ROPER — "America's Finest Gas Range" will prove the ideal combination for your cooking requirement*. See us co- day about superior Dri-gas and Dri-gas service. It's convenient; t ; efficient 11 • •co Domical ;;. fast. NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY which Mrs, teacher. Winners in nearby townships are: John Green, M inert school, for Post township: Carol Hermeier of Ludlow No. 3. for Ludlow township, and Sarah Oelberg of Franklin No. 3, for Franklin township. The county^ spelling contest will be held at the court house in Waukon Saturday, March 20. starting at 1:30 o'clock. The state contest will be held in Des Moines in April. THANK YOU. We Still Have Winter In Northeastern Iowa A heavy fall of snow Monday and Tuesday caused some delay in highway and rail traffic, but things are generally back to normal today Six to eight inches of snow blanketed this section, one of the heaviest snowfalls registered (his winter. School buses brought the rural pupils to Postville schools Tuesday, but when the storm grew in intensity they were returned to their homes at ten o'clock. The district basketball tournament was held as scheduled last evening, contending teams being from nearby towns, where roads had been opened. Business Personals Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona. Iowa. MAKE YOUR SPRING CLEANING EASIER BY BRINGING YOUR CURTAINS, DRAPES, COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS TO US FOR CLEANING. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. From the time you arise in the morning until you retire at night your new Roper gas range will be on the job ready to go into action at a moment's notice. It's on display now at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. The new Roper gas range's super insulated oven keeps the heat in the oven where it will cook the food and not the cook. See it now at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. Place Your Orders Now FOR OUR BRED-TO-LAY CHICKS AND GET CASH DISCOUNT! Economists are predicting a profitable year for poultry raisers, and we at Meyer's Four- County Hatchery are getting our house in order to handle the largest number of baby chicks in our history. If previous years are any indication, the quota of chicks we will be able to hatch during the season will soon be taken by our satisfied customers. So, may we suggest that you place your orders now and be assured of our profit- making Bred-To-Lay Baby Chicks. MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa SPECIAL! Bluestone Porcelain Enamel] EASY TO CLEAN AS CHINA! CANNERS, each $2.191 DISH PANS, each PRESERVING KETTLES, each COLANDERS, each 5fc| PREPARE NOW FOR THE CANNING SEASON We still have a few tin cans left. Tin is hard to get. HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATIN 35 Spring Housecleaning] CURTAINS COTTAGE SETS— $1.98 - $3.98 WHITE RUFFLED SETS— $2.19 - $2.98 per set ROSE-COLORED RUFFLED SETS $4.98 per set •••••••••••••••••a FIELD-CREST LACE PANELS$1.49 to $3.29 each CURTAIN NET and MARQUISETl White and Colored 35c to 98c per yard DRAPERY MATERIAL— 36 inches wide—79c to $1.29 50 inches wide—98c to $1-79 HUEBNER 'i

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