Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 28, 1948 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 28, 1948
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TAQK FOB*. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, APm, Ul Postville Herald J. Klingbeil, Publisher Btered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE §t30 Per Year in Allamakee, Clay- Fayette, Winneshiek Counti Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 38, 1948. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY \ April 29, 30 and May 1 "GREEN DOLPHIN STREET" —with Laiia Turner, Van Heflui. Donna Reed, Frank Morgan, Edmund Gwenn and Reginald Owen Spectacular, stirring, but above all, impressive. This is true motion picture entertainment. It is literally jam-packed with action. Its earthquake scene will hold you spellbound. Its tidal wave scene is awe-inspiring. This is-' proof that Hollywood can makei if it really wants to. big pictures and if this two hour and fifteen' minute feature isn't a big one then none has ever been made. This film was produced by the company that gave you "Gone With The Wind". "San Francisco", "Mutiny On The Bounty"and many other truly big films over the past years. OWING TO THE LENGTH OF THIS STUPENDOUS FILM NIGHT SHOWS WILL START AT 7:00 and 9:30 O'CLOCK HUH t mitt MM iiiimiimiit nun imi iiiiimi) Mr. and Mrs. M. H. Kuntz were up at Sherburn, Minn., Sunday on a visit to relatives. Anna Marie Heins went to Chi' cago Saturday for a visit to her aunt. Miss Clara Heins. Eleven decks of livestock went out of Postville over the Milwau ke.e-.Joad during^the^past^veek. ,^. t J.his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A.. S. nil. aitii una. » *\~ii>i T at Farmersburg Sunday to vi: —S ^orjmej^mofter^Mrs. Clara V Mr. and Mrs. Victor Walter were isit the Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Lorehce' Helnhardt visited in the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Palmer home at West Union Sunday. week looking after her ready-to- l ^wear.-Stors—, „ Mr. and Mrs. L. R. 3acEs?ffi~Sveht to Marshalltown Tuesday to attend the funeral of their friend, W. H. Renbarger. / Clifton C. Candee of Boun,cl Brook. N. J., spent the weeke here in the home of his mothe: Mrs.- • Av-J*<~ Candee. n!d in SUNDAY - MONDAY May 2 and 3 "ALWAYS TOGETHER" —with Robert Hutton and Joyce Reynolds Here is one of those pictures that everyone calls "cute." It is a good, clean and wholesome film, filled with tender romance and side-splitting comedy. It is the story of the trials and tribulations of a young pair who are having all the difficulties and then some, of a young couple that is trying to get married and can 't get things organized. It is as clean as the breath of spring and older people who remember their youth and young people in their youth can not help but enjoy it. For your added enjoyment there will be a 21-minute Technicolor Musical Revue— "Footlight Rhythm" Reviewers in the Box Office and Trade Review claim this two- reel musical is a young "musical film" in a condensed version. It has some of the finest singing and dancing you have ever seen. And remember what the modern equipment at the Iris does for Technicolor. It makes it "live.' SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. tfM ««r*iiiwi *m >»mm »mimniMiniiMn*Min TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY May 4 and 5 LAUREL AND HARDY in— "A SWISS MISS" Another "oldie" that does what all Laurel and Hardy comedies do—they make you hold your sides. To say that this one is their best would be rather futile, All of their films are funny . . . Some parts are more funny to some fans than others—but they all laugh most of the time. ALSO "THE MICHIGAN KID" with Jon Hall and Rita Johnson Here is a fine action-packed "Western" in Cine Color. There is a fine story in this one and the scenery is beautiful. With action galore and a fine cast— here is more than just another "Western." Make no mistake about that! Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! DuWayne Bulman, who recently graduated from the Chicago School of Watchmaking, is now employed at the W. J. Hanks jewelry store. ^"KTr;"and ~Mrs." Boyd Turner and son. Bruce Allan, were at Northfield. Minn.. Sunday to visit the latter's great-grandfather, William Benz. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Schneider were up at Rochester. Minn., Sunday to visit the former's sister, Miss Betty Schneider, a nurse at one \ot the hospital!. \ Have your lawns sprayed now for dandelions and other weeds. Meyer's 4-County Hatchery, Postville. does the work correctly and quickly. -Call -.23.4.- — — A large number of Postville people drove up to Ionia Sunday to see the havoc wrought by the cyclone which struck that community about four, o'clock Friday, afternoon.--:^ Mr. and Mrs. 'A'.C. Meyer and Jane Ann, and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs were at Elkader Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Louis Palas. She was an aunt of the two ladies. Fred L. Martin of Hampton was a Postville visitor Thursday afternoon looking for a home into which he and his wife might move when they come to live. Mr. Martin is' one of the men who will assume ownership of the Herald May 1. J. W. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and Marilyn were at Monona last evening to attend the family gathering given in honor of the 96th birthday anniversary of Barney Bromelkamp. A dinner was served and afterward Mr. Bromelkamp reminisced on the highlights of life which spans close to a century. Despite his age, Mr. Bromelkamp "is as mentally alert today as he was 50 years ago," one of those who attended. last night's affair commented this morning. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit James and family spent the weekend at Des Moines. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson were at Chicago and Fulton, 111., Thursday and Friday on business. Edward L. Burdick of Chicago, 111., spent the weekend here with •Surdick. /Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer and l&r. and Mrs. Otto Gusta of Elkader were Sunday guests in the Harold Rima home. Mrs. Elmer Meyer was at Cedar Falls Friday to visit her daughter, Miss Anna M. Neilly of Charles' *ose Marie, a student at Iowa State City was here the fore part of the Teachers College. /Luver Schultz went to Davenport Sunday to get Mrs. Schultz who had been there on as visit to their -daughtej\_Dm2thy^„._„. ' Mrs. Edwin H. Monroe has gone to Colorado Springs. Colo., to make her home with her husband who is the army and is stationed neap-] Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and children visited relatives at Alta Vista Sunday. Keith Gregg, Henry Oldag and Eldo Gericke were at Minneapolis, Minn., on business last week. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy and son spent Sunday at Waukon in the home of Mrs. Alma Fitzgerald. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and children were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Truman Nelson near Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner and family were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martins and family, near Decorah. Miss Carol Eckstein of Waverly was a guest over the weekend in the home of her brother-in-law and ^sister, Mr.' and Mrs. Howard Gor- |\janier. Kate f-Uiere. 1. ME" aria Ulrsr'John Stroy and Mrs! Margaret Welker of Chicago came last week for a visit in the home ofH ^v---- 1 ?-" aWay ' WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, FIVE 45 oz. cans for. 99c Jack Sprat Peaches, THREE 29 oz. cans 99c Jack Sprat Apricots, THREE 29 oz. cans 99c Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, Cut, 19 oz. can. 19c ..35c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Segments, 2 18 oz. cans.. Jack Sprat Crushed Pineapple, TWO 20 oz. cans _.69c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, Large No. Z'A can for J22e Jack Sprat Tomato Catsup, TWO 1* ounce bottles 39c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 29 oz. can 45c Jack Sprat Bed Salmon, 1 pound can for 70c Alaska Pink Salmon, 1 pound can for..- _ 54c Bon-Ann-Lee Tomatoes, 2 cans for _ 36c Jack Sprat Dill Pickles, Refrigerator Jar for. 34c Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 3 packages for _ J25c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, per package only. 10c Havapine Pineapple, ' Crushed, per can _...15c Absorene Wallpaper Cleaner, 2 cans lor only -25c Ajax Cleanser, per can _...12c Old English Floor Wax, quart can for —88c Lan-O-Sheen, Jumbo Size Container for only $2.45 Mr. and Mrs. "Fre"dT.""lvfartins of iVaukon visited in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. ,and Mrs. Harold Turner and family Tuesday. Leonard Thoma, William Kozelka and son, Eddie, accompanied by Joe Leehy of Clermont, were at Cedar Falls Sunday to attend a bowling tournament. _V>^| Mi-, and Mrs. Ed Nelson and son, Francis, and Mrs. Cora Lennon were at Ames over the weekend to visit Edgar Nelson, a student of Iowa State College. —W.~ATKh'eeiand, accompanied by Christ Megorden of Waukon, are going to Fayette tonight to attend the annual meeting of the Fayette County Bankers Association and banquet. Miss Dorothy Waters and her friend. Henry Hepp, of Dubuque, were weekend visitors in the home of her mother. Mrs. Milda Waters. •They returned Monday, accompanied by Mrs. Harry Schultz and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz. ... , /Mr. and Mrs. Hall Swenson came Saturday from Ft. Thomas, Ky., for a weekend visit to local relatives. When they returned home Monday/ they were accompanied by Hall 's sisters, Mrs. Ira E. Smith and Mr^. VanAllen, who will visijt j Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and sons, Dick and Jerry, were at Monroe and Juda, Wis., over the weekend to visit relatives and friends. V. C. Otley of Upper Montclair, N. J., was a weekend guest here in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Davenport and Mr. and Mrs. Earl Valley and son of La Crosse, Wis., were Sunday guests in the home of ffylr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis. ! Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer returned home last week from St. .Joseph, Mo., where they had been to visit their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis, accompanied by the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson of Clermont, were at Chatfield, Minn., Sunday to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. James Johnson home. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook and daughters. Mrs. Gunda Martindale and A. L. Peterson were at Minneapolis, Minn., the fore part of the week to witness the "Ice Follies." Mr. Peterson also visited his son, iDick. who is a patient in the Veterans' ,Hospi,,,. . y^Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney and John Powers and daughter, Marion, were at Calmar Monday morning to attend the funeral of William Mullaney, 76, brother-in-law of Mr. .Powers. Mr. Mullaney was fatally injured last week when the team he was driving while working in. FABD30 GARDEN SEEDS MANDEVTLLE FLOWER SEED Jack Sprat - SUppy - Peter Pan PEANUT BUTTER BORDEN'S ICE CREAM (In Gallon Containers) SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma Tkm JACK SPRAT Stotw Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman. The Stroys returned to their home Tuesday, while Mrs. Welker, mother of Mrs. Willman, remains for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn J. Jarmes and family were down at Lake City Sunday to see their circus hold ings. For some of the family it \va; their first view of the menagerie and Sther circus property, and like Mr. Jarmes, all are anxious to see the show open for business May 15. Mrs. Wm. H. Seiler and son, Billy, of Iowa City, came last Wed nesday for a weekend visit in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil. Mr. Seiler, who had attended a history! instructors' convention in Rock ls-1 land, HI., came Sunday to take hi* family back to Iowa City Major and Mrs. Robert Bach tell who were here and at Monona for week's visit to relatives and friends, left yesterday for Louis ville, Ky., to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Harris and family. Major Bachtell had been stationed at the Spokane, Wash, army air field, but is awaiting as signment to overseas duty in Germany. Those who came here last Wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of Mrs. Minnie Heins in eluded Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson of Cedar Falls; Miss Helen Sander of Chicago, 111.; Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Lange of Decbrah; Mr. and Mrs. Herman Snitker, Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Gericke of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Edward Clark and Mrs. T. E. Moon of Waterloo; Mrs. Henry Schave and Leo, and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer of Ossian; Eugene Connor and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Connor and Gene of Elkader; Mrs. Bertha Klinkenberg, Mrs. Louise Lindroth, Mrs. Amelia Roth, Mrs. Vera Koth and Mr. and Mrs. George Heins of Monona. msmiwBMsiwBim At the Elevator SOY BEAN SEED SUDAN GRASS RAPE SEED BUCKWHEAT —•— We still have a few tons of Commercial Fertilizer available. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa - Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder, I accompanied by their sons, Lyle and Gerald, students in the MacPhail School of Music in Minneapolis, Minn., were in Decatur. 111., over the weekend as guests in the home of Rev. and Mrs. Duane Schroeder and family. On Sunday they attended a voice recital given by Rev. Schroeder. The regular meeting of Postville Lodge, No. 707, I. O. O. F., will be held Friday evening, April 30. The brethren are urged to come early and bring rakes to help beautify the grounds in keeping with Mayor Deering's clean-up proclamation. The new summer hour for lodge opening goes into effect at this meeting, and until further notice the lodge will convene at 8:30. Relatives and friends from this vicinity who went to Clayton Center Sunday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Louis J. Palas of Elkader, sister of Mrs. John F. Palas and Mrs. Fred H. Schultz, included the following: Mr. and Mrs. John F. Palas, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J Palas, Mr. and Mrs. John A. Palas, Mrs. Nora McNeil, Miss Vera Palas, Mrs. Fred H. Schultz, Mrs. Carlaus Meyer, Miss Marion Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer and Jane Ann, Mrs. Lawrence Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wahls, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Wilker and Mr. and Mrs. Will Lubbers. FOR COMPLETELY AUTOMATIC ^S3k OIL HEAT Complete line of Quality Monuments and markers. Donald G. Colby, Monona, Iowa. Mrs. Fred Kuhse suffered severe bruises in a fall down the cellar stairs at her home one day last week. Miss Elaine Green was at Ottumwa over the weekend to visit in the home of her grandmother and with friends. The William Strien family who have been living at Prairie du Chien, Wis., recently moved onto a farm near Bridgeport, Wis. Miss Iva Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson and family spent the weekend at Decorah attending the district Luther League convention. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schroeder will soon occupy the apartment in the Mrs. Geo. W. Hem residence, Mrs. Schroeder having returned here from Chicago recently. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian were visitors Monday forenoon in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson and family at Waukon. A card from Mrs. W. H. Weihe and daughter. Hattie, states that they left Orlando. Fla.. Sunday to return to their home here. They have been spending several weeks in the Florida resort town. MAKE YOUR SPRING CLEANING EASIER BY BRINGING IN YOUR CURTAINS, DRAPES. COMFORTERS AND BLANKETS TO US FOR CLEANING. GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Dan Ferris suffered a fractured arm in a fall at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager Saturday night. He is an uncle of Mrs. Hager. He informs this office that he will not be able to handle any work for two or three weeks at his workshop. Walter Meyer. Emil Sehultr. Jr., John Burrow and Stanley Schroeder were at Elkader Sunday where they attended a district meeting of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. An afternoon business meeting was held, followed by a banquet in the evening, at which the chief address .was given by Frank Miles, former editor of the Iowa Legionnaire. '\ Mrs. Ruby Peckham returned fiome Sunday from Ioivn City tyhere she had spent a week or more visiting her brother. Valdcr Meyer, who is a patient in the University Hospital. She also visited her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Clem Friniml. and family, and her other daughter. Virginia, a student at the State University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan arrived here Saturday from Perry where they had been to visit in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Carney. Jr., and family. Before going to Perry the Horgans had spent the winter in Dubuque. They also spent several weeks in Evanston, 111., visiting in the home of their son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Russell Brown. Mr. Carney brought them to Postville Saturday. Dr. H. T. Opsahl, accompanied by Rev. Rudolf Offstedahl of Decorah, was at Des Moines last week to enroll a Decorah man in Alcoholics Anonymous, and while there they studied this organization's wonderful work in freeing habitual imbibers of the liquor habit. The group has rented the ill-famed joint formerly operated by Babe Bisig- nono as a night club before his conviction and sentence, and is operating it as their office and club rooms. Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman entertained the following guests at dinner at their farm home last Saturday evening: Mr. and'Mrs. John Stroy and Mrs. Margaret Welker of Chicago, Mrs. Amelia Willman and son, Lorcnz, Mrs. Elsie Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt and Kathy and Rcnee. Guests at dinner in the home of Mrs. Amelia Willman Sunday noon included Mr. and Mrs. John Stroy and Mrs. Margaret Welker of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman, Betty Gimderson, and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt and family. Monday evening dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt home were Mr. and Mrs. John Stroy of Chicago. Airs. Amelia Willman and Lorenz, Mrs. Elsie Meyer and daughters. Tuesday the Schmidts had as their dinner guests the Stroys and MR,•% of Chicago, Mr, and Mrs, £ Willman, Mrs. Amelia Ymbu Mrs. Elsie Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. 3. T. Humph* tertained the following at A Sunday at their home in Mrs. J. V. Carroll and g rJ8 jj dren, Marcia and Thomas Ktfg and Miss Anna Humphrey $i ndna, and Mr. and Mrs. >n | Kneeland and Nancy o( this I • '-i Mr. and Mrs. Ed Me> { ., family of New Albin and Nr;| •Mrs. Don Harris and lanfyl Caledonia, Minn., spent the f end here in the Urban Sadler L ALWAYS "A NICE STOCll MONUMENTS AND MARKBB I THE FLOOR TO SELECT 1 THE BOGGENSACK MOW] WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Cook C-O-O-L in summer— Cook W-A : R-M in Winter! Enjoy the warmth and economy of coal or wood in winter - the cool convenience of gas in summer. Get prideful results from either fuel, with the .. . COPPER-CLADI Combination COAL and GAS Range A wonderful range, built in the ti »'J tested Copper-Clad way for smotAI convenieiu performance and life-Iooj] service. Completely A. G. A. Approved Has Copper Lining to prevent inside nai, 5-ply Thermos Construction for thorough k> snlation and marvelous baking. Also hot bbt firebox for coal—plus handy pouch feed; fn Speed-Simmer Burners for gas; big resara, completely concealcd;a dual oven that bib perfectly with coal, wood or gas. Come in. See this splendid range-your iU] cooking companion. You'll like its supaif good looks, its convenience, economy tad I its moderate price. MAUTZ GAVE ME THE ANSWERS! HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATIK ORDER NOW AND BE SAFE. Oil-O-Matic offers everything you want in completely automatic oil heat—including the economy and long, trouble-free life that only the famous Low Pressure Principle makes possible. Units for any size home, old or new. HOTH BROS. HARDWARE Hardware — Heating — Numbing 16 f » a l (MA MUM' Yes, Mautt "How-To-Do-H" folders have given many a homeowner the answer to painting problems — everything from walls to linoleum. Look at this list: • Painting Bathroom* • Fainting Rooft and Cutters • Painting Woodwork • Painting Window Sath and Trim • Rontwing linoleum • Painting km • Painting Calling* • Painting Wall* • Painting Fohctt and Trdlliei • Painting Stepi, Porch** and Sun Otdtt • Painting Furnitur* • Flnlthlng Hardwood Noon • Painting Hou*** • Painting C*m*nt Floor* 7A*y7» all htrt wailing far you — fttt I NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY We are already booking order* late May and early June te™** on our Meyers Winter-Bred-To-i" BABY CHICKS If you are intending io share in the 1* assured poultry breeders next fall ano ...-$ be sure with our chicks. Order them today—set the date whepj will want delivery while we can still tan of your baby chick needs. MEYER'S Four-County Hatch Telephone No. 234 Postville. j

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