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March 17, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE FOCk. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, MARCH ]; , , Postville Herald Wm. 1. Kllngbeil, Publisher •utered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter, SUBSCRIPTION' PRICE |XS0 Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—J2c per inch. lx>cal— Constant. 30c: Irregular, 35c Want Ads—10c a line; minimum 25c locals and Readers .10c per line Card of Thanks $1.00 Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. WEDNESDAY, ."MARCH IT, 1948. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MARCH IS, 19 and 20 "THE SPOILERS" —with John Wayne and Marlene Dietrich Back it{ 1942 this Rex Beach story \vas one of the better films of that year. This is a story of Alaska, and it"s packed with action. The fight between Randy Scott and John Wayne is one of the most exciting and thrilling in many years. This was a Universal Picture and has never played in the Iris. If you saw it you did not see it in Postville. For ninety minutes of action and thrills nothing produced since world war II compares with it. Patrons prove that these older films "are what they enjoy most..' Attendance on them in every instance is higher than the newer film^. SUNDAY - MONDAY MARCH 21 and 22 "THE BACHELOR AND THE BOBBY-SOXER" —With Carey Grant. Myrna Loy ami Shirley Temple Once in a while, and strange as it seems, some producer gets it into his head to turn out a comedy instead of heavy murder dramas, and the man that produced this one did a fine job because it has been doing a grand business. This is the type of film that seems to hit every one. It's funny and it's clean, and the bobby soxers love it and so do ihe oldsters. It has done so very well everywhere it has played. It is coming to the Iris a little late, but rather than pass it up on that account it was decided to play it regardless. There should be in this immediate vicinity enough people to make it •worth playing. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. —MMlHilitiiiiiiiiiiiiMiimmnMiti^intiiiinitiiitiiii TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY MARCH 23 and 24 "LOST HONEYMOON" —with Franchot Tone and Janet Greer Another "oldie" in as much as the film is about a year old. But in spite of that it is well worth your time. It is a swell comedy with a good cast and two theaters within 40 miles of Postville have already played it on a Sunday. This is a good comedy. ALSO "RAINBOW OVER THE ROCKIES" —with Jimmy Wakely With some fans it is Roy Rogers, with others it's Autry—but after looking them all over there really isn't much difference in any of them if you are looking for an action packed film. And this boy Wakely is getting to be mighty popular with mosf of the "Westerns" fans. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Mrs. Amanda Knuth of Luana was a Postville business visitor Friday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs Lester Robbing were visitors in McGregor Sunday, calling on relatives and friends. Robert Myers was here from Chicago over the weekend to visit his parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Monthei and children of Jefferson spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. Mrs. E. L. Bruce of Greene is here on a visit in the home of her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bruce. Warren Harrington of Waterloo was here Sunday to visit his father, C. J. Harrington, a patient at Postville* Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Kemp and daughter, Judy, of Alta Vista were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler home. Miss Judyth Thoma, who is a teacher in the Jesup schools, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Thoma. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Christofier- son of Monona were Postville business visitors Thursday and also called on local friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Douglass and daughter, Diane, were at St. Olaf Sunday evening as dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Herrick. Paul Spaugy, a former Postville boy, son of/the late Mr. and Mrs. J.. A. Spaugy, came last Wednesday from Minneapolis, Minn., for a visit to friends. Mrs. Winfield Masonhall and Judy, and Mrs. Lee Brainard and Kristine spent Sunday in Elgin with the parents of the ladies, Mr. and Mrs. Christ Wenger. Francis H. Babcock, the Pirates' coach, left' today for Iowa City to attend the state basketball tournament which started this morning and continues through Saturday night. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lathrop and sons of Caledonia, Minn., and Mr. and Mrs. MacDonald of Lanesboro, Minn., were here Sunday as guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Loomis home. - Alonzo Harvey of Ossian and his 1911 vintage Ford were Postville visitors this morning. Mr. Harvey says his car percolates right along and attracts much attention as He travels from his home to nearby J towns. y —Strikes—at meat packing plants, bad roads and market fluctuations all combined to shut off the flow of livestock to markets this week. Only three decks of stock were shipped out of Postville over the Milwaukee Road during the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Harold C. Brown of St. Paul, Minn., came last week to be present at the 53rd wedding anniversary dinner for Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Lawson, Mrs. Brown's parents. Mr. Brown returned to St. Paul Sunday night, while Mrs. Brown remained until Tuesday. Mr. ^hd^rfsr'Harlan Reinhardt of this city and Mrs. Fred Kersten of McGregor arrived home Sunday from their visit to Mr. and Mrs. Richart Weyhgandt in Orville, Calif., and to other interesting points in the west. While in California they visited the Ben Over- becks and the Frederick Overbeck family in San Brunp, and the. Eldo E. Kluss family in Gilroy, =3E it* WEEKEND SPECIALS Fancy S1.00 Specials— Purple Prune Plums, Jack Sprat, five 30 oz. cans $1.00 Royal Ann Cherries, Jack Sprat, five 16 oz. cans $1.00 Run-O-Pod Peas, Jack Sprat, five 20 oz. cans $1.00 Fancy Tomato Catsup, Jack Sprat, five 14 oz. bottles. ..$1.00 Extra Standard Tomatoes, Mayfl., five 19 oz. cans $1.00 White Cream Cora, Fancy, Jack Sprat, 7 20 oz. cans $1.00 Lima Beans, Jack Sprat, five No. 300 cans for. 49c Hominy, White, Jack Sprat, five 20 oz. cans 49c Fork & Beans, Jack Sprat, five 15}£ oz. cans .....49c Spaghetti Dinner, Venice Maid, five 15% oz. cans 49c Macaroni, Jack Sprat, two 1 oz. pkgs 18c Cut Beets, Jack Sprat, 27 ounce can for. 18c Green or Wax Beans, Jack Sprat, 19 oz. can for 19c Pink Salmon, 1 lb. can 54c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package. 28c SALMON - TUNA • SARDINES HERRING - CHEESE FRESH OYSTERS CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CBEAM Fred J. Thoma Ike JACK SPBAT Store John Falb is in Chicago this week on business connected with the Falb Motor & Implement Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schroeder ,of Decorah were weekend guests in the home of his mother, Mrs. L. F. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chamberlain and family of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brouillet and sons and Mrs. Hattie Brouillet were at Decorah Sunday to spend the day with relatives. Ted Green, who is employed by Oscar Mayer & Co., in Madison, Wis., spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. KennethJ Green. Mr. and Mrs. Glen J. Jarmes and family were at Garnavillo Sunday to visit in the home of the former's uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Pufahl. Mrs. Andrew Mosby of Ossian spent the weekend here in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Schroeder, and family. Mrs. Susan Marston of Earlham is a guest this week in the Bert Waters home. She also spent some time last week visiting relatives and friends at Frankville. For Sale—Three purebred Brown Swiss bull calves; eligible for regis try. Also one purebred Poland China stock hog, cholera immune. Harry Rose, at Hardin, R. 1, Luana. A letter from Mrs. J. A. Wirsching of Reno, Nevada, enclosing her subscription renewal to the Herald, says, "We are all fine and hope to get back to Postville some time this year." Mr. and Mrs. Walter Heins, El mer Heins and Mr. and Mrs? Rich ard Koopman went to Dubuque Sunday to help celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Betty Mohn, a patient in the Sunny Crest sanitarium. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Dave Erhardt of Waukon, were at Hawkeye Sunday to call on John's mother. Mrs. Reaka Burrow, 93, who is ill at the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Fritz. TMiss Helen Schultz, R. N., of the veterans' hospital in Indianapolis, Indiana, spent last week here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. /Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale took her to Prairie du Chien, Wis., from where she returned by Zephyr jtO_her_work. - Going from here last Thursday to attend the funeral of Arnold Mohs at Austin, Minn., were Mrs. Anna Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Su ckow, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohs and Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and son, Floyd. The Odd Fellows will have work in the first degree Friday evening and it is hoped that all members and visiting brethren attend the meeting and work. Last Friday evening 16 Monona brethren visited the local lodge when the initiatory degree was conferred upon a class of candidates. ^Tilliam F. Gentz who is spending the winter in Yuma, Arizona, sends us'his subscription remittance and says, "We are enjoying our stay here in Arizona very much and do not know when we will be back. But we do enjoy learning all about our friends in and around Postville each week through the Herald." Paul N. Hueneman, Waukon justice of the peace, was a Postville visitor last Thursday to make contacts for the collection and credit bureau he is opening for all business men in Allamakee county. He has two advertisements in today's Herald to which we call the attention of interested persons. Iowa State College, Ames, this week announced the purchase of the William Fascher farm of 160 acres, located IV2 miles west of St. Olaf. The farm will be used as an experimental station for grade dairy cattle, hibred hogs and other livestock, as well as for soil conservation practices such as contouring, terracing and crop rotating. Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer and children were at Ackley over the weekend to attend the 53rd wedding anniversary of Mr. Kramer's parents, Mr. and Mrs. John P Kramer. Other members of the family had also assembled there for the event, a feature of which was a picnic dinner served from the baskets of food brought by the guests. Palmer Schroeder of Iowa City, accompanied by his fiancee, Miss Nina Martens, were weekend visitors in the home of the'former's mother, Mrs. Lena Schroeder, and family. Miss Martens also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martens, near Decorah Saturday. They returned Sunday evening to Iowa City where they have em ployment. Out of town people here for the funeral of Henry Kahle last Tues day included Willie Lauer of Eldorado; Mr. and Mrs. John Nast of Cresco; Mrs. Howard Martz, Mrs Roy WiUmarth, Mrs. John Madison and Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Martz of LeRoy, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fuelling of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Fuelling and Miss Hilda Fuelling of Farmersburg; Mrs. Will Madden and Mrs. lone Henning of Garnavillo; Emmet Schroeder of Frankville; Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Wagner of Clinton, Minn., and their daughter, Darlene, a student at the University of Minnesota in Minne apolis. Local Farmer Elected Officer of Dairy Groui /Kenneth Schultz of Postville was elected vice president of the Allamakee County Dairy Herd Improvement Association at that group's annual meeting held ut Waukon Friday. Others elected were Gerald Steva, president; John Sivisind, secretary-treasurer; Carl Simm.ons and Paul Heitman, directors^ "Floyd Arnold, head of the dairy extension department of the Iowa State College, Ames, was the principal speaker at the meeting. He discussed the value of keeping accurate dairy records and its contribution tpwards efficient production. Clem Larkin was rehired as association supervisor for the coming year. Lester Neverman, representing the Northeastern Iowa Dairy Quality Improvement Association, discussed this important work at the meeting. . and Mrs. Jorgenson fReturn from California Dr. and Mrs. G. E. Jorgenson are returning Monday from their stay in" Hollywood. California. In addition to her other activities .Mrs. Jorgenson attended the eight weeks music refresher course at the University of Sunt hern CalifiM'nia, spotisored by Ihe California -Music Teachers Association, of which she is a member, and conducted by the widely known piano coach, John Mokrejs of New York who came to the west coast to give this course. Mrs. Jorgenson also appeared over radio station KXLA of Pasadena in a two-piano number with her grandson, Richard Wcnrich. who was featured on the "Pianists of the Future" hour in a program of piano solos by South American composers. Mrs. Jorgcnson's announcement on the reopening of her Postville studio appears elsewhere in this issue. MRS. NORA JORGENSON REOPENS PIANO STUDIO I will be at my studio in the Schutte building in Postville on Wednesday, March 31, for spring enrollments. Mrs. Nora Jorgenson. Our Highway No. 18 First Trans-Iowa Road "Mrs. Fred H. Schultz of Castalia is a medical patient at the Postville Hospital since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill were at Mason City Sunday as guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Philip R. Jacobson home. Mrs. Louise Biel of Granger, Minn., came last Saturday for a week's visit in the home of. her aunt, Mrs. W. C. Thoma. Mrs. Arbey Rose last week had the misfortune to fall on the icy path at her farm home south of town and in doing so sustained a fractured right leg above the ankle. Lee Brainard, Winfield Masonhall, Otto Brandt, William Kozelka and Edward W. Kozelka were at Manchester Sunday afternoon to attend and participate in a bowling tournament. A. L. Peterson, Mrs. Burr Cook t and daughters, Karen and Kay, and Mrs. Gunda Martindale were at Wilton Junction Sunday to spend the day in the Mr. and Mrs. Mack Peterson home. They also visited Mr. and Mrs. John May in that city. Mrs. David Meyer and Peter Meland are announcing a joint public auction of their household goods to be held at the Meyer home in north Postville Saturday afternoon, March 24, starting at one o'clock. Their advertisement will appear in next week's Herald. The first river-to-rivcr road in Iowa is shown on William Delisle's map of 1718. It is called the Chemin des Voyageurs or 'Road o£ the Traders" and extended from the mouth of the Wisconsin opposite what is now McGregor to the Big Sioux River, following approximately what is now U. S. Highway 18. It showed Iowa Indian villages on both Lake Okoboji and the Big Sioux. The State of Iowa could do no better than to name Highway 18 the Chemin des Voyageurs in honor of this famous highway of the fur traders across northern Iowa. Business Personals Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE.FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. GET YOUR EASTER CLEANING AND PRESSING READY NOW AND AVOID THE RUSH OF LAST-MINUTE ORDERS WE'LL HAVE. GORDAXIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. BE SURE TO ATTEND THE CORN BORER AND WEED CONTROL MEETING AT MEMORIAL HALL FRIDAY EVENING. SEE OUR ADVERTISEMENT IN THIS HERALD. OLSON IMPLEMENT COMPANY, POSTVILLE. EE LAN-O-SHEEN, 50c pkg. for 39c OXYDOL, per package^, 37c Spic & Span, for painted surfaces 23c MONARCH RED PITTED CHERRIES In Extra Heavy Syrup 3 tins for 98c Monarch Telephone Peas, 5 tins for $1.00 Monarch Pic-L-Joys, 3 jars for $1.00 Monarch Tomato Juice, 4 No. 5 tins for__$1.00 Monarch Whole Kernel Corn, 5 tins for___$1.00 • Now is the time to see us about your • EASTER HAMS Skinless Wieners, per pound 49c Hormel's Summer Sausage, per pound 59c New Cabbage, per pound ••- 6c Lettuce—Firm and Crisp, 2 for 17c Carrots—Medium size, 2 bunches for 25c RADISHES CAULIFLOWER CELERY I HAROLD 5 CASH MARKET PHONE 11 POSTVI LLE Filled from cover to cover w!*h hundreds of value* in- • Tools • kawn alui Garden Supplies • Farm Needs tPfttnU • Hoi'schold and Kitchen • FlsW „ K Xftckle • Appliances • Laundry anil Cleaning • Outdoor Equipment -j In Your Mailbox Soon—Watch for It! HARDWARE PLUMBING HE ATM EASTER Is Dress-Up Time! In addition to a complete new line of accessories for Easter, we are particularly proud to point out our fine stock of TOPCOATS in gabardines, coverts, and tweeds; SUITS styled by Capps, Merit and Clothcraft. OVERALL SPECIAL THURSDAY THROUGH SATURDAY we shall offer Washington, Dee-Cee Overi" in blue high and low backs at the special price* $2.79 Abernethy CtothM Men's and Young Men's Easter Headmii

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