Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 24, 1948 · Page 8
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March 24, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1*1 Remember the story we carried last year of the coming here of Paul Greinus' father from Germany? August Greimis. the father, hadn"t seen his wife since 1944 when both were placed in camps in western Germany after being driven from their home in eastern Germany by the Russians. They hadn't seen each other during the four years in exile until Sunday morning when Mrs. Grenius arrived here from Chicago where she had spent six weeks with a daughter. Now she and her husband are reunited in the home of their son and daughter-in-law near Frankville, and according to eye witnesses the reunion was a most touching scene. » * * * * Prospects are good for another dozen or more homes being built here this summer, and we've heard of several new business houses being planned. The impetus building was given last summer will more than likely carry through for years to come, if materials are forthcoming. An advertisement of an apartment for rent in the Herald last week started a near riot—that's caused by the continuing demand for living quarters here. It's discouraging to those seeking a place to live, but even before the war Postville never could meet the demand for rental properties. But on the other hand, it's an indication of a good town, as we see it—certainly better than if we had a lot of vacant houses with no takers. Perhaps in time when all those wanting to possess their own homes have met that desire, a few homes will be available to renters. In the meantime, we'll all be watching the new- homes that are in prospect for 3 948. ***** "We'll be glad when that hydraulic drilling outfit gets done with its work of preparing the excavation for the cables to feed current to our new street lightings system. Whatta lot of noise they make! Gladder still are we that we don't have to handle the business end of the drill—appears to us that's a man sized job. (They've worn 'out three men on that job already.) ***** Now that basketball is out of the way. local sports fans are beginning to talk baseball. We happened Happy Easter Bring your family in for EASTER SUNDAY DINNER Serving from 11 :30 to 1 :30 V. & J. CAFE "FOOD WITH THAT HOME-COOKED TASTE" across Glen Jarmes the other day and he's started to fret about the pitching staff of his Pirates. "I've got Walby and Tehel signed up," he confided. "But I'm trying to convert Arbe Bareis from a first baseman into a pill-heaver: that would give us a powerful staff, if Arbe could regain the form he had on the mound while in high school." Tryout practice is to be announced soon, the Jumbo man told us. 'Tve just got to get busy at baseball to keep my mind off the circus season." LOCAL STORES TO CLOSE GOOD FRIDAY. 10 TO 3 Postville business places will be closed Good Friday from 10 a. m. to 3 p. m.. in order that all may attend church services. These hours were determined by the Postville Commercial Club last October when closing time for holidays and special events was adopted by the membership. Additional Society Items Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebastian, Mrs, Florence Schutte and Carol Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Goeke and Dixie Lee, air of this community, and Mrs, Paul Coon and son Bobby, of Cincinnati. Ohio, who are visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. Harlan Sebastian, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goeke of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and family of Ossian and Henry Duwe of Luana, were at Luana Saturday evening to attend a party in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sebastian. Events being observed were the birthday anniversaries of both Mr. and Mrs. Robert Sebastian as well as their wedding anniversary. Brownie Girl Scouts Meet at School House The Postville Brownie Girl Scout Troop met at the school house last Tuesday afternoon and during their meeting made Brownies. They also received a new member, Kathryn Boese, into membership. The next meeting will be held March 25 at 4 p. m. in the school.. This office is in receipt of an announcement of the birth of a daughter, Phyllis, weight 6 lbs., 12 oz., born to Mr. and Mrs. Earl Krousie in St. Vincent's hospital in New York City, March 14. The mother is the former Opal Read and the young father is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Julius Krousie of route 1, Postville. Mrs. Herman Heins observed her birthday anniversary Sunday, with the following coming to help her celebrate the event: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harnack, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Landt. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lenth and Gayle, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foels and Joyce,'Mr. and Mrs. Wal ter Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Koopman, Karen and Sharon, Elmer Heins and Rudy Thies. After the evening had been spent playing cards, 500 by the ladies, Schaafs- kopf by the men, a midnight supper was served to the group. Mrs. Otto Oldag and the Schultz sisters Sunday entertained a group of friends in the Schultz home. Present were Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and daughter, Leila, Miss Cecilia Houdek, Miss Melinda B. Casten and Olive Grinder. Mr. and' Mrs. Keith Kohler of West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Les ter Gehring ..and Shirley Herwig of Elgin were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert. BUY FURS NOW FOR NEXT WINTER AND BEAT THE RISING MARKET Neilly's Coat and Suit Shop POSTVILLE, IOWA Friday & Saturday March 26 & 27 Fur market prices are going up, up. In the face of these rising prices, it's wise to buy next winter's coat now. These values are excptionally good. Convenient Terms Fur scarfs and capes are the glorious gift for Easter. MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS exclusive at NEILLY'S COAT AND SUIT SHOP "Let us remodel your old coat during the Summer Storage Season." It's Time To Think About Your Landscaping Needs We are now prepared to meet all your requirements for beau- tyfying your home and yard. Our nursery has Muglio Pines, Pyramid Arbor Vitae, Spreading Junipers, Sabens, Blue Spruce, Green Spruce and all the other evergreen varieties. Ornamental Trees, Fruits and Berries, as well as Windbreak Plantings are also here for you. CALL AND SEE US ABOUT YOUR PLANTING NEEDS We shall have Hotbed Plant* a little later on. NORTHERN IOWA NURSERY O. L. Brawn Postville, loirs Notice To All Locker Patrons... Starting immediately we shall discontinue the curing of hams, and this policy will continue all through the summer months and until next fall. BUTCHERING—We will butcher stock hereafter only on Mondays, Tuesdays, Thursday and Fridays until further notice. We ask that our patrons will cooperate with us and comply with this new plan. All kinds of Frozen Foods, Fish and Sea Foods Postville Locker Service MUX) GERICKE, Prop. MISS APPEL HONORED AT HOUSE SHOWER SUNDAY. Miss Moxine Appel, whose marriage to Eugene Suddendorf will be an April event, was honored. at a house shower given by the blisses Vivian Appel and Gertrude Kugol at the Appel home Sunday evening. Bingo was played and prizes went to Mrs. "Vernon Brouillet and Miss Maxine Appel. Guests included Mrs. Vernon Brouillet, Mrs. Hattie Brouillet, Mrs. W. H. Baltz, and the Misses Bernice Stromsodt and JoAnn Hangartner. Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Schroeder and family entertained the following at dinner Sunday in their home on Henderson Prairie: Mr. and Mrs. Roland Hangartner and family of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and family and Mrs. Bertha Schrceder. Dinner guests Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner included Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. "Ernest Overland and family and Miss Margaret Huebner and James Krohn of Evanston, 111. Birthday Party. Sunday marked the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Vernas Meyer, so she and her husband had the following at their home northeast of town at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Henry L. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family. Mrs. David Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer and family. Mr. ;md Mrs. Clinton Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Schiee and family. PROOF OF WILL. To All Whom It May Concern: Notice is hereby given that an Instrument purporting to be the last Will and Testament of Henry J. Kahle, Deceased, late of Allamakee County, Iowa, has been opened and read in the office of the Clerk of District Court of Iowa, in and for Allamakee County, and that April 6th, 1948. has been set for hearing (he proof of said Will in said Court. WITNESS my hand and the (SEAL) seal of said Court this 12th day of March, 19-18. O. H. FOSSUM, Clerk of District Court. Burling and Palas, Attorneys for the Estate: Clean White Eggs PROPERLY COOLED (Can Best Be Accomplished in Wire Baskets) Command the Highest Prices When Sold On Grade! - PRICES: 41c - 38c - 30c Hansen & Mafson Co. Temporary quarters back of Phillips 66 Station Telephone No. 251 'What!— a g# on a Coal-Wood oven? P?' ,\ Why I never heard of such - \ a wonderful convenience!" "Why yet, whan I keep a coal fir* for kitchon comfort, tho oven is hooted in tho wual manner. "If tho fire is not hot enough for baking* I turn on tho electric oven unit to raise tho oven tempera* two. Tho automatic temperature control I* then in full charge, never have a baking failure." YES, MONARCH'S "DUO-OVEN" operates efficiently with coal or wood ... with electricity ... or with BOTH. The automatic oven control regulates the amount of electricity needed to maintain desired baking temperatures. Cooking top is also half electric, half coal-wood. Entire range requires only 46" of wall space. An exclusive model built only by MONARCH. Stop in and see it. Hoth Bros. Hardware Hardware — Heating — Plumbing . K. E. Kenney of Waukon WHS II Postville business visitor Hist week Thursday afternoon. Northeastern Iowa's Largest Assortment of USED CARS 1948 FOM) ISIS CHEVROLET 1947 HODGE PICKUP HM KOKD 1S45 CHEVROLET TRUCK Long Wheel Base 194G CHEVROLET Klcctmoster Ill-IB INTERNATIONAL PICKUP WILLMAN MOTOR riionc 293 Postville, Iowa Sell it through a Herald ' his piano and orchestri EASTER SUNDAY MARCH 28th General Admission 83c ptafc CHECKERBOi BALLROOM PRAIRIE DU CHIES, WB .J We carry fresh stocks of the popular Bunte, Schrafft's and Johnston Candies in beautiful boxes for gift purposes ... and you'll be the favorite to the one you give a box of our delicious chocolates at Easter time. For Easter we will have brick and bulk ice cream to complete your menu. THE PALM Your Leading Candy Store In Postville ? The, farwom BOWfciSHAMD TU: Alio Goi EI«IM Modali for honti wltkoat •Itctrtclfy. S PEED QUEEN «• Introduced in MB It was the fart-a* •till Is the only- waaher with a M Shaped Tub. Jut at mixing bowl girt* 7* the fastest mixta?-* the Speed Queen g' ' you the faiteit cleanest washing. b[ rears. Speed washing efHcieaer Wl •en suiponfj Itl mt thorn y» * .•, btautiful ntw moid* j oeri Louis Schutte & Sons] Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern 1<

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