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April 7, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAOB roTJfc. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, ATVL 7, UU, Postville Herald Wm. J. KllngbeM, Publisher at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE JUO Per Year in Allamakee, Clay- Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES Dtiplay Advertising—12c per inch. JLocal —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. HATIONAL€DITORIAI_ "^'°WAPRESys 1948 WEDNESDAY. APRIL 7, 1948. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 8, 9 and 10 "BAD LANDS OF DAKOTA" with Robert Stack. Anne Rutherford, Richard Dix, Frances Farmer and Broderick Crawford Not for nearly two and a half months have we been able to secure as fine a "Western*' as this one. Running time is 85 minutes, and with a cast of excellent performers here is fine out of doors entertainment. This is not a new film, in fact it was released in 1942 but it has never played at the Iris. As an Extra Added Attraction yon may see Laurel and Hardy in a 27 minute comedy entitled "CHICKENS COME HOME TO ROOST" SUNDAY - MONDAY APRIL 11 and 12 "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS" Filmed in Technicolor with Esther Williams, Johnny Johnstone and Xavier Cugat and his Band PLCS what seems to be all the beautiful girls in Hollywood By this time it is pretty well known that new equipment at the Iris makes Technicolor something "out of this world" as far as vividness and beauty are concerned. The Water Ballet scenes are exceptionally beautiful. The music and fine cast makes "THIS TIME FOR KEEPS" something to see. There are those who will tell you that this film is even better than "My Wild Irish Rose" and that is a strong statement. There is a grand love story here, too, and Esther Williams proves that she can act as well as she can swim. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY APRIL 13 and 14 LAUREL AND HARDY in— "BLOCKHEADS" A fine 70 minute side-splitting comedy. And we mean sidesplitting without any doubt. . . . What a pity these two comedians have left the screen so there is nothing left for showing but some of their older films. This one, released in 1942, is like the others, doing business second to Hope and Crosby. ALSO "RIDING DOWN THE TRAIL" —with Jimmy Wakejy and 'Lasses White The Wakely series are second only to Autry and Rogers in popularity. There is always music and song with plenty of action thrown in. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Rudy Hartwig visited friends in Garnavillo Sunday. Charles Hoth submitted to an appendectomy at Postville Hospital Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier were at Baxter Sunday to visit Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Alspall. 1 Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman of West Union were Postville business visitors Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Werhan of Cresco were Sunday visitors in the, home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segrist.' Miss Ethelyn Smith of Manchester spent the weekend here in. the Mr. and Mrs. Ira E. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. C. B. Bergeson and daughter, Janet. of St. Olaf were guests Sunday in the Elliot Schroe- rier home. \ A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kugel of Luana April 7 at Postville Hospital. He weighed 8% pounds, at birth. L. R. Kious of Mt. Sterling. Ohio/ arrived here last Friday and is d house guest in the home of Mrs! A. A. Schmidt and daughter, Leila. \ Mrs. George Spurgeon and family arrived here last Thursday" for a visit in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. They returned to Galva Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier were at Cresco Sunday to attend the 25th wedding anniversary of the latter's brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barnes. Mr. and, Mrs. Charles Reincke and Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt and daughter. Bernice, were at West Union Sunday to visit Ear} Branch, former clerk in the Commercial Hotel. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis and family moved Sunday from their temporary home on Henderson Prairie into the former Mrs. David Meyer house which they purchased last fall. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tyler and son. Miles, of Alta Vista were guests Sunday in the home of the. former couple's son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler, and family. Mr. and Mrs. James Searls are here from Cornell College. Mt. Vernon, to spend the spring recess in the homes of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Searls and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eberling. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters, Mrs. Milda Waters and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. \V. R. Leary at Waverly Sunday where Mr. Leary is seriously ill. A card from Mrs. William H. Weihe and daughter, Hattie, from Orlando, Florida, orders tl»e Herald sent to them at the Empire Hotel in that city. They write, "Arrived Wednesday; weather is warm and country is beautiful. Greetings to all.' John Falb, Jr., Robert Douglass, Arbey Rose and LeRoy Duwe of Postville and Ben Schori of Elgin went to Chicago Sunday night by Zephyr. They returned here Monday with a fleet of trucks for the Falb Motor & Implement Co. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Keeslar and Karen and Tommy, arrived here Sunday from their home in Marion, Ind., for a visit to Mrs. Keeslar's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Harrington. Mr. Keeslar returned to his home Monday while his family remains for a longer visit. . Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke visited Monona relatives Sunday. . Joseph B. Steele was at Elknder Tuesday forenoon to do some "courting." Boyd B. Turner went to Des Moines Monday to attend a state convention^ of telephone people. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kluss of Marquette were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth J. Meyer home. _ Ttlf.'"and Mrs. Ed. F., ScKroedef moved last week from their home in Post township to the apartment, j3iiex...U)e.JKqevenig stores. ,./ Mr. and Mrs."Glen'Tinrfell were Sunday guests in the, horde of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Knapp, at Marquette. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton and two daughters were at Prairie du Chion, Wis., Sunday for a visit in the home of Mrs. Basil Douglas and •family,-. Glenn Olson was at Mason City on business Tuesday. Mrs. Esther Szabo of Castalia is the neV bookkeeper at the Gregg lumber office. For Sale—Brood sow, due to far­ row within a week. Laraldo Wahls, R. 1, Castalia, Iowa.—23p. Qnly eight decks of, livestock wont out of the local yards over the Milwaukee road the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Samek were at Prairie du Chien, Wis., Sunday to visit her mother, Mrs. Emma Churchill. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Behrens and Elmer Hoth were at Hudson, Wis., Sunday where they visited the former's friend, Ed Davis. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster and Mrs. Otto J. Beucher were at Monroe, Wis., Sunday to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. E. N. Churchill home. Mr. and Mrs. Allard Nyberg and Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer of Castalia have a daughter at Postville Hospital, born to them April 2, and weighing 81a pounds. They, have named her Judy Ann. ""Mr. and Mrs. Francis Evert are in receipt of word that their son, Harold, is now stationed at Keeslar Air Force Base, Biloxi, Miss., being attached to Squadron TN-3. Postville high school was dismissed Monday while the teachers attended a guidance institute for high, school teachers at Waukon. Grade schools operated as usual. Frank Samek was at Waukon Sunday to attend the first birthday anniversary party for his grandson, Lee Francis, in the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Samek. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrington of Waterloo were here Sunday to visit the former's father, a patient at the Postville Hospital. Later they went to Elgin to visit relatives^ and friends. - - — -' Robert A. Lindsay left Tuesday for his land holdings at Lacombe, Alberta, Canada, where for the next several months he will look after the spring plantings and work,,on his farms. _ •• Elery Nuehririg came out from Madison, Wis.. Saturday for a visit to relatives. Sunday he took Mrs. Nuehring and their two sons, Ronald and Gene, who had been visiting here, back to Madison. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman and Rev. F. R. Ludwig went to Rochester, Minn., and brought Leo Heins home from the hospital last Thursday. Mr. Heins is now at iiis home and is making continued recovery from his illness. Miss Marion Powers, accompanied by Mrs. G. \B. Richter and son, George, and the latter's playmate, went to Rochester, Minn., Sunday to attend the Ice Frolics staged there that day by a traveling company of skaters. Rev. Francis, J. Vajlaster-, Mrs. Marie Leui, Anna H. Leui, Mrs. J. T. Humphrey, Mrs. H. D. Cole, Mrs. Henry V. Steele, Mrs. Ed McNeil, Mrs. Margaret Stockman and Anna Welsch attended the N. C. C. W. meeting held in Ossian Sunday. Oscar Hanson rolled out his sky- bird last Thursday and flew Emmett Helgerson to Des Moines on urgent business. They made the trip to the capital city in an hour and 55 minutes, but on the return trip they made the distance in an hour and a 'half. "-•cj family were at Waukon Sunday to WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Prune Plums ! five 30 ounce cans $1.00.. Jack Sprat Apricots three 29 ounce cans S1.00 Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, Cut, 5 19 oz. cans. S1.00 Jack Sprat Catsup, five 14 ounce bottles ...$1.00 Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, five 46 ounce cans $1.00 Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 12 packages for. $L00 Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 11 10& ox. cans for. $1.00 Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, five 29 ounce cans for. $1.00 Jack Sprat Lima Beans, nine IS ounce cans .$1.00 Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 7 20 ounce cans $1.00 Husky Do? Food, 11 • 15}* ounce cans for. $1.00 Chocolate Cream Coffee, two 1-pound bags for $1.00 Jack Sprat Grape Jelly, four 16 ounce jars for. .$1.00 Jack Sprat Run-O-Pod Peas, five 20 ounce cans $1.00 A. & H. Baking Soda, two 1 pound pkgs 15c A. & H. Washing Soda, pkg... 10c Borax, 20 Mule Team, ok*.. ...17c Boroxo, Cleans hands, can 20c Absorene Wallpaper Cleaner, two 12 ounce cans _ 25c Marie Washer, 3 Ire. pkgs $1.00 Brace Floor Cleaner, quart bottle for. - 59c CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma 1 HM JACK gTKAT Mart) . Business Personals 'FreTjT ' , MUier7Henry 'Radloff and Milton Olson were at Belmont, Wis., last Wednesday to attend a Holstein-Friesian disposal sale. Mr. Miller purchased three purebred heifers which will be added to the Miller-Olson herd on the farm south of Postville. A cafa"fFom Mrs. Alice E. Miller who has been spending the winter in Pasadena, Calif., states that she expects to be enroute holhe about the time this Herald is being printed. She says it has been "a very pleasant eight weeks of rest and recreation" for her on the west coast. Fred K. Bruene, Miss Amelia Bruene, Mrs. D. C. West and Mrs. Roy Koster, all of Gladbrook, were here Sunday to visit in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner. The former's wife, who had been in the Turner home since the arrival of her grandson, returned, to Gladbrook when the party left for home. Visit in the home of Mrs. Nyberg's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Russell Lane. / Mrs. Clarence Tindell and daughter, Sharon, spent several days last week in the home of her father, Clarence Henkes, and family at McGregor. The Odd Fellows will have work in the second degree Friday evening and the degree captain asks that all members and participants of the degree team be present. Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mork and Don, Clifton, Diane and Carol, and Miss Joyce Hangartner were at Mt. Hope, Wis., Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Schultz were guests Sunday in the home of the formers' son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Lot'tsgard. Jr., at West Union. Miss Ruth Hilliger, teacher in the third grade of Postville public Nchools, is a medical patient at I F |Ostville Hospital since Friday. Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil is substituting in her room during her absence. Oscar Hanson of Postville was the guest speaker at the West Union Rotary meeting last week. He was introduced by a former Postville resident, Dr. E. A. Reiners. Mr. Hanson's talk had for its subject, "Small Plane Operation." Glen J. Jarmes and his three circus-loving sons, Jack, Jay and Jon, were at Lake City Monday to visit the Robbins Bros., circus headquarters which at the moment is a right lively place making ready to take to the road for the season's performances. Word was received by Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Lubbers last Tuesday of'| the birth of twin sons to Mr. and Mrs. Dean Hammel at Milwaukee, Wis. The lads weighed approximately 7 lbs. each. Mrs. Lubbers went to Milwaukee to be with the Hammel family and returned home Monday. Miss Jean Douglass, student at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, arrived here Sunday for a visit to her parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass. Jean who is a percussionist in the Cornell band, had just returned from a tour through Illinois and eastern Iowa with that musical organization. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy took care of their sweet teeth Sunday when they went to the home of the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Handy, near Fayette and were .fed a generous helping of maple sugar at the Han- hys' sugar bush which is just finishing a good season's run. I Rev. and Mrs. Gottfried Kempf and daughter, Eugenia, of Milwaukee, Wis., came Friday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur G. Erbe and family. Mrs. Kempf will best be remembered as the former Adelaide Schmidt, daughter of the late Rev.~ahd Mrs. Eugene Schmidt, former Postville residents. Louis L. Hill, W. A. Kneeland, Joseph B. Steele, Fred J. Miller, Keith Gregg, Arbe Behrens and Edward W. Kozelka of the Postville Kiwanis Club were at Lansing Monday evening to attend the inter-club meeting of the Waukon and Lansing Kiwanians. A musical program put on by the Lansing high school was followed by the speeches by Steve Watkins, superintendent of the Ames public schools and Dr. Bryan, associate professor of education at Iowa State College, Ames, HAVE US CLEAN AND SHAMPOO YOUR CARPETS AND RUGS IN YOUR OWN HOME THIS SPRING. EXPERT WORKMEN. CALL NOW FOR APPOINTMENT. HORACE GORDANIER AT THE DRY CLEANING SHOP. We have a Kromer Sprayer on hand. Stop in and look it over. Postville Feed Mill. Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa. . MAKE YOUR SPRING CLEANING EASIER BY BRINGING IN YOUR CURTAINS, DRAPES. COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS TO US FOR CLEANING. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Decorah Concert Group To Present Noted Singer. Miss Carolyn Long, lyric soprano, will sing in the C. K. Preus gymnasium in Decorah Monday evening, April 12. Her appearance will'mark the third of this season's concerts sponsored by the Decorah Community Concert Association. Born in Cambridge. Maryland, at 16 years of age Miss Long won scholarships in both piano and voice. She decided to major in voice and made appearances with symphony orchestra and in concert. She is one of the glamour girls of concert. Birthday Party. Mrs. Lucile Hein entertained a group of relatives at her home Sunday at dinner in honor of the fifth birthday anniversary of her daughter. Kay, which occurred on Monday. Those in the guest list were Mr.- and Mrs. Gus Wild. Mr. and Mrs. Millard Wild, Mr. and Mrs. William Wild and family, and Adolph Fossum, all of Waukon: Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Wild and family of New Albin; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman and family of Waterloo, and John Thorson of Postville. BBllBlllilM At the Elevator BLUE TAG CERTIFIED CLINTON SEED OATS We have a Complete Line of MILL FEEDS in stock. Hall Robeds' Son Postville, Iowa 1 Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and daughter. Leila, Miss Cecilia Houdek and the guests in the Schmidt home, L. R. Kious of Mt. Sterling, Ohio, and Mrs. Geo. Spurgeon and childrea of Galva, were at Strawberry Point Sunday as dinner guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt. JUST RECEIVED Men's and Ladies' WATCHES Elgins and Clintons SILVERWARE Sheaffer Pen and Pencil Sets Also many other Gift Items Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Cooke entertained the following relatives at the Commercial Hotel at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Iver Benson, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Benson and Mary, and Miss Joan Heinke of Cresco; Mr. and Mrs. Paul Hove and family of Calmar, Miss Blanche Iverson and Mr. and Mrs. Austin Nelson of Decorah. Rev. and Mrs. Frederick R. Ludwig and Mr. and Mrs.-Ernest Overland and children were dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and family. A Masonic Fellowship meeting will be held at Monona on Thursday evening. April 15, and local Masons have been invited as guests. Ralph Ottosen of Davenport will be the guest speaker at the meeting which will be followed by a fellowship luncheon. GIVE YOUR FLOORS AND WOODWORK A NEW. BEAUTIFUL CLEAR FINISH W .J. Your Jeweler Is Mode for HARD USAGE —it retists almost anything! 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