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April 14, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAOI roim. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTYILLE. IOWA Postville Herald Wm. J. KUncbeil, Publisher stered fit the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 92 .90 Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette,-Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—42c per inch. Local —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. NATIONAL €DI TORIAI ^SJWAPRESSs 1948 WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14, 1948. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY APRIL 15, 16 and 17 "RED STALLION" —with Robert Page, Noreen Nash and Ted Donaldson Filmed in Technicolor! The big red horse in this picture is a beauty and is perhaps the finest trained of any in pictures today. Whether this film is as good as "Smoky" is a moot question, but there is no question about the popularity of the film among small town theatergoers. Cresco, Waverly. Oelwein and Decorah. just to mention a few places where the picture has played, report bigger,'' grosses than "The Road To RioV and "Welcome Stranger". So do not wait until Saturday night ia come. Attend the Thursday or Friday night shows if it is at ill possible for you to do so. John Falb went to Mason City on business Monday afternoon. For Sale— Boy's bicycle, in very good condition. Telephone 123, Postville.—24p. Dr. C. M. Morgan was called to Ames Tuesday by the serious illness of his wife. Miss Marcella Mitchell of Waterloo spent the weekend here in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hein home. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larson of Clermont were guests last Tuesday in the home, of Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow'. Mr. and Mrs, Paul Cahalan and family of Mason City were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nesbit home. -. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family were here from' Mt. Hope. Wis.. Sunday to visit relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Trautman and family were at Waverly over the weekend to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Trautman home. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kurdelmeier and son, Lyle, and Mrs. James Probert were at Garner Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Fred Radios. Billie Palmer, student at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, spent the weekend here with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rima and children, and Keith Olson were at Elkader Sunday to visit in the home of Mrs. Rima's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer. Miss Cecilia Houdek. who for 16 years had been ^associated here with Leila's beauty salon, leaves tonight for Chicago where she will be employed in a beauty shop. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Harris and Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Harris of Dubuque and Mr. and Mrs. Dan Coffman of Garnavillo were Sunday guests in the home of Elmer and Harold Dettman. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones of Dubuque and Martin Hilmer of Denver, Colorado, are here to attend the funeral of their grandmother, Mrs. John Flage, who passed away Sunday and whose funeral is being held today. Arthur J. Palas was in Des Moines Monday on professional business, returning the same evening. He was accompanied by Mrs. Palas, Mrs. Ruta McGonigle, Mrs. Irma. Klinkel and Miss Anita Klinkel. who shopped and visited with |jriend6 -in_Des Moines. SUNDAY - MONDAY APRIL 18 and 19 "DEEP VALLEY" —with Ida LupLno, Dane Clark, Wayne Morris, Fay Bainter, Henry Bull and Willard Robertson This appears to be one of the best dramatic films of the - "a* and the work of the entire cast is simply great. Ida Lupino is cast as the daughter of a rancher . . . she meets and falls in love •with a boy who has been wrongfully convicted of a crime he did not commit' and is being hunted as an escaped convict. "Pursued" was a great film and it played to fine crowds when it was here last fall . . . but a few who have seen "DEEP VALLEY" are high in its praise. There is action for the men. and romance for the women ... so here is a great combination. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. iWtiimummmmiHMmmtij»iimimimimiii TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY APRIL 20 and 21 "TALL TIMBER" —with George O'Brien and Beatrice Roberts Released in 1340. this film has never played at the Iris. Yet, films like this are proving to be so much better at the box- office 'than the "crime" films of the present. George O'Brien is at his best. ALSO "BLACK STALLION" —with Frank Campeau and Hobart Bosworth and featuring "Shiek and "Rex" —two beautiful bones By no stretch of the imagination is "Black Stallion" as good as "Smoky" or "Red Stallion", but it is, even so, a very good picture for those people who love horses. , Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. Burr ~Eook" ancTf; daughters and Mrs. Gunda Martindale were at Waterloo Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook who recently moved to 1937 Howard Street in that city. The family also observed the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Perry Cook and Karen and Kay Cook at ^dinner party Sunday. A WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, 29 ounce can for .45c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing-, . 16 ounce jar for 30c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, 16 ounce jar for -25c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 16 ounce jar for Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 11 ounce package for 43c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for i.,16c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can tor. _.JJ5c Jack Sprat Cake Flour, per package only 33c Jack Sprat Peaches, in heavy syrup, 6 lb., 8 oz. can. .$1.23 Mayflower Peaches, Sliced, 6 lb. 8 ounce can _ 69c Jack Sprat Dill Pickles, Hfiarl jar for 34c Jack Sprat Mustard, Plain or Horseradish, Befrig. jar 19c Jack Sprat Peas, Little Gem, Size 3, Fancy, per can. 23c Jack Sprat Wheat Puffs, 2 big 6 oz. bags.. 55c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn 7 big- 20 oz. cans for. J1.00 Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 29 oz. can for 49c Jack Sprat Yellow or White Hominy, per can • „13c Sliced Peaches in heavy syrup, 11 oz. can for —10c Kitchen Bouquet—It makes the gravy! Per b/ittle ..45c Brace's Floor Cleaner, quart bottle for JSe Soilax A, Water Softener, per package, only _ S5c Soilax B, per package. 25c Aero Wax, pint can for. Sic Absorene Wallpaper Cleaner, 2 cans for...... -25c A PEN JEL CERTO SURE JEL CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM ; Fred J. Thorn* n> JACK sraAT n«« Rev. F. R. Ludwlg was : at. Oel> weln on business last Friday.. Glen Jason Jarmes left Monday for Lake City to look after his circus interests. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kurdelmeier were at Wadena last Wednesday to attend the funeral of Mrs. J. O. Probert. Mrs. J. G. Overholzer of Bismark, No. Dak., spent a few days, last week in the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Lambert home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy and family were at Waukon Sunday as guests in the Mrs.' Alma Fitzgerald home. Mrs. Alice Miller, who had spent the past two months with relatives and friends in Pasadena. Calif., returned home Monday forenoon. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Pixler are the parents of a son. born to them Tuesday, April 6, at Decorah Hospital. They have named him Daniel Glen. Miss Judyth Thoina, teacher in the Jesup consolidated schools, visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence G. Thoma, over the weekend. John A. Palas, Leonard Thoma, Lee Brainard, William Kozelka and Edward W. Kozelka were at La Crosse, Wis., Sunday to participate in a bowling tournament. Vernon Gericke was up at Calmar several days the fore part of the week to help keep the trains moving on the Milwaukee road. He is working at Charles City today. Mrs. L. J. Masonhall, Mrs. Cy Harrington and Mrs. Henry Kesslar and children were at Rochester, Minn., Friday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman and children. Fred W. Groth, who some time ago received 8,000 turkey poults and has them about ready to turn onto range, is expecting another shipment of a like number to arrive here shortly. Members of Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, who expect to go to Monona next Tuesday evening, are requested to meet at The Palm at 7 o'clock, where a bus will be waiting fc transport them to Monona.—M/s. Roger Harris, Noble Grand. Mrs. Anna Moris and Mrs. Bith ard Suckow left last Tuesday, for Owatonna, Minn., to visit Mips. Laura Schmidt and in the home Mr. and Mrs. William Mohs. Suckow returned home Thursday, but Mrs. Mohs remains for a longer .visit. Mrs. Joe Harnack went to Game: Sunday morning to attend the fun eral of her aunt, Mrs. Fred Radloff. Also attending the funeral from liere were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Fritz F. ileyer. All returned home the Same evening. ' Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gray and Mrs. Boies Capper will leave on Thursday for a visiting trip among relatives. The Grays will go to Atlanta, Ga., to visit their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray, and daughter, while the lat ter lady will go to Morton. 111. Miss Ellen Gertrude Miller and her friend, Jessie Hiatt, teachers in the Highland Park, 111., schools were 'here Friday to visit in the Mrs. Alice Miller home. Miss Hiatt went from here to her home in Rockwell City to visit her parents. The young 2adies will return here foj-a-longer-visit-thig^vyeekend. ^'Corporal Edwin H. Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe of Postville, is one of the ski troopers in the 38th Regimental combat team participating in the winter maneuvers, "Operation Timberline'.' high in the Colorado Rockies near the Continental Divide, says a bulletin to this office from Camp Cargo ru-Colarado, Lloyd R. Kolsrud of Waukon was a Postville visitor Friday in the interests of his candidacy on the Republican ticket for Clerk of the District Court. A native of the Waterville community, he has been deputy under Otto H. Fosjsum who declines to seek the office again. Mr. Fossum has been either deputy or clerk since 1925, a period of 23 years. Mr. Kolsrud is a World War n veteran, is married and has two children. A graduate of Waterville high school, he is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Kolsrud who now live at Cherry Mound. wm^mmmsmmmmismsimnmsimm At the Elevator We Still Have On Hand . . . RED CLOVER ALFALFA SWEET CLOVER ALSIKE BROME GRASS TIMOTHY SOYBEANS SUDAN GRASS BUCKWHEAT Hall Roberts'Son Postville, Iowa Miss Eileen Winter is the new clerk at the Jarmes grocery st6re.- Mr? and Mrs. , Aulden Cornish were at La Crosse, Wis., Sunday to visit relatives. Mrs. E. J. Thein of West Union visited her father and brother, C. N.and J. F. Hart Saturday. Mr. and Mrs., DuWayne Bulman were weekend visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brpwn home at St. Fault Minn. WE HAVE A COMPLETE STOCK OF MOTH BALLS, CRYSTALS, MOTHAIRE, ETC. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mounce and family of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Everman. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Seiler and son, Billy, of Iowa City spent the weekend here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit James and sons, Bill and Bob, were at Des Moines over the weekend, Mr. James to transact business for the REA and his family to visit rela- tivese. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland and family and Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and family were at Decorah Sunday to visit in the home of the men's parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Overland. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Smith spent Sunday in Milwaukee, Wis., visiting his sister, Sister Mary Edwin. Mr. Smith's brother, Bob, of Batavia, HI., accompanied them home for a week's visit. Karlton Wagner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wagner and a student at the University of Dubuque, has been a medical patient at Postville Hospital the past week, but expects to return to his home tomorrow. Mrs. Beulah Nichols who is recuperating from her recent operation in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harva O. Miller, in Franklin township, spent Monday and Tuesday with Amja_B__Leui_____- —''Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson and family and Miss Iva Peterson attended the organ dedication service Sunday evening in East Clermont Lutheran church. Mr. Emlyn Owen, organist at radio station KXEL, Waterloo, presided at the console during the program. The.dedica-j tion was in memory of Michael Blockhus, Jr., who died in action in Germany during the recent war. / 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. MAKE YOUR SPRING CLEANING EASIER BY BRINGING IN YOUR CURTAINS, DRAPES. COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS TO US FOR CLEANING. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Mrs. Harold Flack is a patient at Postville Hospital since this morning, having submitted to surgery. Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, will h<?W its monthly meeting Monday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson and family and Mrs. Lizzie Meyer vf Garnavillo were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson. The fire department was called to the Dr. M. F. Kiesau property Tuesday afternoon, a grass fire threatening to get out of control. No damage resulted. Mr. and Mrs. Lyman Olson and Howard who have been living with Mrs. Frank Bollman, left Sunday' morning for Salina, Kansas, to visit Mrs. Olson's sister and to look after her farming interests. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters. Mrs. Paul Waters and Mrs. Robert Schultz drove to Chadwick. III-. Tuesday to attend the funeral service for James Lee Doty. 21-month- old son of their cousins, Mr. and Mrs. John Doty. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Alitz of Oelwein came Saturday for a weekend visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harva O. Miller. Her mother. .Airs. Nettie Crawford, who spent the past rive weeks in the,Miller home, returned with them to Oelwein. Captain and Mrs. Paul Harris and daughter. • Barbara, arrived here Monday for a visit to Postville friends and relatives and with the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Harris, at Ossian. They recently arrived in the States from Okinawa Island where the Captain has been stationed with the U. S. Army Air Forces. They have a 60-day leave and after this week will go to New Hampshire and then to Washington. D. C, for further orders. J If you want a real treat—at plain, down-to- S earth prices — then come to HAROLD'S for ! some of our fresh and fancy fruit. These flavor- l ful favorites are sun-ripened to perfection and •\ rushed to our market from the orchards of • \America—to give you some really fancy eating. • And at these low prices — our fresh fruit is • ypur best food buy ! Henry Keeslar came out from. Marlon, Ind.. Sunday to join his family in a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Cy Harrington. All will return to their home in Marion today. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 14,11ft Mr. Bi»d Mrs. Marlon Kehl cj Kegema Lake resort near H« Wis., were Tuesday and % day visitors in the Mr. ani Harold Rima family home, r i .V..... . What a Cooking "Team"— YOU ? ne COPPER-CLAD Combination COAL and GASBM$ Imagine having a range so responsive/to your cooking skill that it almost seems to "know" what you expect of it. That 's the Copper- Clad Combination Range! Why is this range found in so many American farm homes? That 'i easy! First, it's supremely beautiful — gleamingly white, gracefuDjt proportioned, smoothly streamlined. Second, it provides the cat- venience of using coal (or wood) and gas. Third, it has Copper Lining, Thermos Construction, four Speed-Simmer burners, luge concealed reservoir and many other features which assure the utmost in convenience, performance and durability. Come in and see the Copper-Clad Combination Range. Eiamheit from top to bottom, from end to end. Learn why this superb rang) can "team up" with you for even finer cooking results than ytn now achieve. A. G. A, ApptoTtd. ol eooiM. Swutlful whit* •nam«l finish. To*-room bo**- Moderately priced. cjCouis csC, Jdiif HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATlKl ORANGES, 288 size, 2 dozen 39c APPLES, Winesap, per dozen 49c CRISCO 3 pound tin $1.19 LARD Hormel's XX 3 lbs. 98c TIDE per package 37c OXYDOL per package 37c TOMATOES Yacht Club 3 tins 59c PEAS-CARROTS Yacht Club 3 tins 59c PEAS Yacht Club 3 tins 59c W. K. CORN Yacht Club 3 tins 59c CAKE FLOUR OCCIDENT per package 41c ' ! CHOCOLATE German Sweet 4 ounce 20c CHEESE 2 pound box 98c CATSUP B-B-B-B 2 bottles 49c HAROLDS CASH MARKET crrux-X I We're Still In The (Grocery Business!* | Yes indeed, we've bought our circus..] | with Ena, the real, live Jumbo Elephant andaB | And sometime in the near future we 'll be bnnj | nig it to Postville to have one and all of ft, | see the "Jarmes Bros. Combined Shows." | BUT RIGHT NOW ... | we're still in the grocery business in Postvl i and still carry the best lines of merchandise' | the markets. That's the way we 'll continue. | SPECIAL THIS WEEK . | Folks, we're just awfully busy running! | tween here and Lake City this week, fff* i things hned up for the summer tour of I I S^\W fi UT ... WE WILL OFFER, • 248P AIN S ON MANY OF OUR HL • THIS WEEKEND THAT IT WILL Pi | TAGE T OF COME ™ AND TAKE 1 , Tn ?de at the Jumbo Store and Save Mj« I £ y SPttrog an added 2% discount for your' 1 | Bond Stamps. 1 GLEN J. JARMES JUMBOS Telephone No. 247

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