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March 10, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 11, • j Postville Herald Wn. 3. Klbifbeil. Publisher atered at the FostofTice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. 8OTSCRlFX»ON PRICE fLSO Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1M8. Art Bean of Wautoma. Wis., was here Monday to purchase a (ruck- load of horses from Lee Folsom. The Milwaukee railroad shipped 12 decks of livestock out of the Postville yards during the week, Mrs. Larry Heying and son of Dubuque were, here last \v«ek to visit the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Huebner. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH 11, 12 and 13 "GOLDEN EARRINGS" —with Ray Milland and Marlene Dietrich Here is one "that is a boxoff ice Champion. Terrific business at the Inglehart in Iowa City and at the Paramount Theater izy Cedar Rapids to name a fe\f places. The picture is jammed with action all the way through and there is a torrid romance, between Ray Milland and Marlenfe^ Dietrich, playing the role of a gypsy girl. This is probably the most tense and exciting film to come out of Hollywood the past year. 1947. Sometimes pictures do fine in the large towns and then flop in the small ones—but not so with "GOLDEN' EARRINGS". It has "clicked" -every-'' where. Douglas R. Loomis went to Min neapolis, Minn., Tuesday on busi ness. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell. ac Dr, C. M. Morgan was called to | Ames Saturday by the serious 111|ness of his wife. Mrs. George E. Meier of Mo- companied by Mr. and Mrs. Don| Dr j d g e> So , Dak , is here this week Knapp of Marquette, visiled Gut- - - .... tenberg relatives Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones of Dvv buque spent the weekend here in the homes of their parents, Mr. and tl- —*j — . „ , ,, ., ana friends. Mrs. Ed Jones, and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hilmer. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy took their daughter. Barbara, back to Clarke .College. Dubuque, Monday, after she had spent the weekend here with them. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and daughter, Dellene, were in Kenosha, Wis., last weekend to attend SUNDAY - MONDAY MARCH 14 and 15 "MAGIC TOWN" —with James Stewart, Jane Wyman. Ned Sparks and others For home-spun and family entertainment this one is the leader. It's the story of a small town and it has all the appeal of a film dealing with people that make up the population of all small towns. Never in his long career has Jimmie Stewart given such a fine performance, and Jane Wyman is even better than she was in "The Yearling." Jane is the owner of a small town newspaper that she inherited from her deceased father. Jimmie is a big city slicker and promoter who falls for Jane and promptly changes his ways. This is a fine, clean and human picture of the things that could happen right here in any small town in Iowa. For all types of patrons, "MAGIC TOWN" hits an all-time high. A swell picture and one of the biggest- grossing films since "Welcome Stranger." SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. liiimiMmiiiiimiiiiiiiumitminiHiHimiMini on a visit to relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd J. Palmer and Bill Palmer of Iowa City spent the weekend here with relatives id friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakemati and two sons of Rochester, Minn., spent the weekend here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall. Mr. and Mrs. Shafer Cole and children and Mrs. John Schissel of Decorah were visitors last week in the home of the former's parents, the 50th wedding anniversary of Dr - and Mrs - Havr y Cole Mr. and Mrs. August Doerring. Lenard Allen, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis, who his brother, Leslie, of Frankville, have had a room at the Victor Wal- was at Iowa City Sunday to visit ter place, moved the fore part of their mother, Mrs. George Allen this week into the new house built who is seriously ill in the Universi recently by E. T. Mork in north ty Hospital. Postville. Dr. H. T. Opsahl will be absent Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wagner of f rom his office this weekend when Clinton, Minn., were caUed here ne will go to Louisville, Ky., to at- by the passing on of Mrs. Wagner's t enc j the Mississippi Valley Confer, father, Henry Kahle, Saturday. ence D f th e Veterans of Foreign Their son and daughter, Donald, Wars. He is chairman of the Iowa and Darlene, are also expected. } delegation and expects to return Robert Martindale and W. A. Kneeland were over at Waukon last Wednesday evening, been invited to attend the luncheon given in honor of Governor j ^id is reportedly recov- Hobert D. Blue before his speech 1 at the American Legion program that, evening. Elmer Luebka was elected as director in Clermont No. 8 school district (Junction school) Monday. He succeeds Mrs. Elmer Heckman who declined reelection. R. L. Brandt, president, and Hoy Swenson are hold-over directors, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte concluded their Postville-visit Sunday and returned to Cincinnati, Ohio. Marion Sonnkalb, who attends the State University of 'Iowa in Iowa City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb. In renewing her subscription this week, Mrs. N. T. Nelson of Hastings, Minn., writes, "It is nice to keep in touch with our old friends through the Herald." The Misses Ruth and Rosella Op- sand, students- at Luther College, Decorah, were weekend visitors in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opsand, near Guilder. Russell Harris, Mary K. Thornton, Virginia and Dwight Marston, students at Iowa Statex Teachers College, Cedar Falls, came Friday to spend the weekend in their respective homes. • Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth J. Meyer and family were at Castalia Sunday to attend a picnic dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Kluss. The event was held in honor of Alida Wirsching of Oakland, Calif., who came last week to visit in the Kluss and Carlaus Meyer homes. Head of P.E.O. Chapter. Chapter FT,. P. E. 0„ met at the home of Miss Melinda Castcn Tuos; day evening with eleven members present.. The following officers were elected and installed for the coming year: Mrs. Elmer Wcilie. Mrs. Carlton Schrocdcr dent; Mrs. John Fnlb, ing secretary; Mrs. Boyd Turner, recording secretary; Mrs. M. Kicsau, treasurer; Mrs. Robert Burling, chaplain: Mrs, Pauline Staadt. guard: Mrs. Elmer Weilie, delegate to state convention; Mrs. L. O. Beucher, alternate delegate to state convention. ..Monday. . A Mrs. Hall Swenson of the Cherry ,^^51 Valley community submitted to an operation at Rochester, Minn., last ering satisfactorily. Her husband, Hall Swenson, and A. W. Swenson 'and Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel accompanied her to Rochester. Mrs. Henry Koehig was a Herald caller yesterday and reported that she and Mr. Koenig are moving to Castalia next week to occupy the home they purchased last year Otto Brandt is secretary of the I from R ^P h Schultz. Mr. Koenig is board. _.. _\j gradually recovering from his ill Sir. and Mrs. Earl Miller, Harvey 'Schultz, Elmer Larson, Joel Clark >U>town for the first time since he and Thomas Smale left Monday for * vas stricken ill. Chicago where the men are attend- ! Peter Meland returned home on ing this week's sessions of the Na- Monday from California where he tional REA convention. The men and Mrs. Meland, accompanied by who are officers of the local REA ihe Harold Meland family had gone expect to return home Wednesday, February 13 to visit relatives, or Thursday. ... They also visited the Mr. and Mrs. ^MIY—-and- Mrs:—Don"'" Bush and Harvey C. Meyer family in Yuma, family of Algona and Mr. and Mrs. Arizona, enroute to the west coast. •Jack Bush of Northwood came last Tn Palo Alto, Calif., they visited Friday for a weekend visit in the relatives. Mrs. Peter' Meland re home of the genltemen's parents, mained there for a longer visit. Mr. Mr. and Mrs. Ace Bush, and to at- and Mrs. Harold Meland and family tend the final game of the district left California last Wednesday to cage tournament here. Both Don return to their home in Sitka, and Jack were basketball players Alaska while in high school here. Mrs. "Cora" Kxamb'eeFlihcf 'daughter, Evelyn, .Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krambeer spent the weekend '.in Kenosha, Wis., with their uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. " August Doerring, who celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary. While there Mr. and Mrs.~Elmer Krambeer went to Chicago to spend one night with friends. Word was received here Monday of the passing on at .the Farmington, Minn., hospital of Arno Mohs, 54, son of Mrs. Anna Mohs of this, city., 'A' married''main,' he "arid his famib' lived 'at Austin where he was a fireman for the Milwaukee railroad. He was stricken ill two weeks ago and was removed to tlie hospital where he passed away Sunday. Business Personals president', vice presi- covrespond- Henderson Prairie Club Met Tuesday Afternoon, The Henderson Prairie Study club met at the homo uf Mrs. Ralph Gimrleison Tuesday, March 9. After the hostess read tile Scripture, (ifteen members answered roll cull by giving housecleatiing hints. The members were reminded of lesson to be held Ihe child training Thursday, March II, at the home of Mrs. Ed Kor.clkn. Three Ihank- you letters from German families, who had received Christmas boxes sent by Jhe club last November, were read. The program consisted of mi article read by Mrs. Ernest Brandt on symptoms of childhood diseases, and an illustrated article "mystery cake" by Ruth _„„ Contests given by Rosi nM| man and Mrs. MUlnrd Nelson"* won by Mrs. Kenneth Kerr Mrs. Harvey Meyer. At the close of the meeting' freshments were served by hostess. THANK YOU. I wish to extend my Vita thanks and appreciation to ftif neighbors and relatives for | visits, cards, flowers and which were bestowed upon while I was a patient \n Hospital.—Mrs. Anna Rathbun Herald Want Ads bring i Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa. The modern way to cook is with the modern new Roper gas range, and they're now on display at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. There will be a wedding dance Wednesday, March 17, in the Waukon opera house for Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Shindoll (nee Margaret Winter.) Everyone invited. GET YOUR EASTER CLEANING AND PRESSING READY NOW AND AVOID THE RUSH OP LAST-MINUTE ORDERS WE'LL HAVE. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Garbage collections will be resumed in Postville April 1. Pickups will be made Tuesdays and Saturdays. All wishing to have this service the coming year should contact Harold Mohs, or call 149-J, Postville. There is nothing quite like the complete freedom and peace of mind that come with ownership of a marvelous new Roper "Insta- Matic" gas range. Now available at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY MARCH 16 and 17 "GENIUS AT WORK" —with Alan Carney and William Brown Those two boys are really a scream, and for laughs, this film cannot be tied. Carney, the flyer, and Browny, the big, dumb private, who were in "Around the World," have been turned loose in this comedy and they ate really very funny. ALSO "WEST OF THE PECOS" A Grand Zane Grey Western starring Robert Mitch urn You cannot beat a Zane Grey story for human interest and for plausibility. His books are second to none in popularity with most people. This action film is a good one and the scenic backgrounds are splendidly photographed. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — GASH NIGHTS! WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pineapple Juice Jack Sprat Orange Juice Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice One 46 oz. can of each 89c ..23c Jack Sprat Purple Prune Plums, 30 oz. can. Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, lO'/i oz. can—3 cans for. 25c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 16 ounce jar for :.34c Jack Sprat Asparagus, 2 cans 49c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, 19 ounce can for. 15c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for. 15c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 8 ounce package for 13c Jack Sprat Peaches, 29 ounce can for. 33c Jack Sprat Apricots, 30 ounce can for 38c Jack Sprat Bartlett Fears, 29 ounce can for .49c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 16 oz. can. _ 29t Jack Sprat Bed Tart Cherries, heavy syrup, 18 oz. can 35c Ovaltine, Chocolate Flavor .40c ' Morton's Chicken-Noodle Soup, 10 % oz. can. 15c Horseradish, 6 oz. bottle.- 14c Rival or Husky Dog Food; 1514 oz. can, 3 cans for 29c Spic and Span, pkg. _ 22c Ajax Cleanser, per can 12c Lan-O-Sheen, 5 lb. can ¥2.45 Mayflower Lye, per can. 10c I SALMON . TVS A - SARDINES HERRING - CHEESE FRESH OYSTERS CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store HANDBAGS —in leather or plastic $2.98 to $6.98 FABRIC GLOVES —in pastel colors $1.15 to $1.98 LEATHER GLOVES —in browns or blacks $3.49 to $4.98 BALLERINA PETTICOATS $5.98 Satin, Crepe, Nylon and Taffeta SLIPS , —in pink and white $2.98 to $5.98 NYLON HOSIERY —in all shades $1.10 to $2.25 HUEBNER'S NOW COSTS LESS THAH ftHY OTHERi The one and only BENDIX, mass-produced with 10 years of experience, brings you washday freedom at world's lowesl price! Costs up to $90 less than other automatics. Only a few dollars more than old-fashioned, hard work washers! What's more, the BENDiX pays you back as much as $100 wirb Ihe money il saves you on soap alone! Why stave another washday? Come and see a demonstration of the thriftiest, easiest way to get clothes cleanest! BENDIX DELUXE Now's the time to join the million Bendix owners who take life easy on washday. AU they do is set a dial and add a "dash" of soap. The Bendix does the rest... even when nobody's in the house. It washes thoroughly, rinses 3 times and damp-drys the clothes: Just ask your lucky neighbor who owns a Bendix. CONGRATULATIONS TO THE REA Our hearty congratulations are extended to the officers and members of the REA upon completion of their new office building. It is indeed a fine monument to the efforts put forth by the personnel of your organization and we hope they may long enjoy its facilities. cjCouid oC. ^J4l(( HA It JQJKIK H? PLUMBING HEATING Give Your Living Room THE NEW LOOK.. A new stock of living room furniture has been received and is now on display on our floor. These new items will lend themselves to making your hom e more comfortable and attractive. Come in and see them and the low prices we have marked on them. Louis Schutte & Sons The Largest Furniture Stock In Northeast low*

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