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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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If fit rAOt rotm. TOE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, MAT tt , Postville Herald Clifford W. DcGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers Mcred at the Postoflfice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE JUO Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, MAY 13, 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and two sons were visitors in -Waterloo last Saturday. The Mrs. Minnie Heins Estate household goods sale will be held at the home Saturday, May 15. Ed Kozelka spent Monday and Tuesday in Minneapolis, Minnesota, buying for the Hall Roberts" Son elevator. Mrs. John McLean of Fayette spent Sunday at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder. —— ^ Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell and daughter. Sharon were in Des Moines last Monday where Mr. Tin- V 1 dell attended a shoe showing. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 13, 14 and 15 "SINGAPORE" —with Fred MacMurray and Ava Gardner Jam-packed with action and thrills is this exciting story of a news reporter who hides a fortune in jewels and comes back to dig them up after the World War II is over. This is a tense and exciting film with both stars doing an excellent job in their respective roles. ALSO A Three-Reel "BEAU HUNKS" Laurel and Hardy Comedy jthat leaves everybody limp with laughter. SUNDAY - MONDAY MAY 16 and 17 SPECIAL REQUEST SHOWING OF "THE EGG AND I" —with Fred MacMurray, Claudette Colbert, Marjorie Main and Percy Kilbridge There has been a greater number of inquiries about "The Egg And I" than any film in many years. And everywhere this fine comedy-hit has been doing a grand business. Nearly every theater in the State of Iowa has played the film and in many instances it has been held over for extra nights of showing. It ranks second over the entire nation at the boxoffices of the larger theaters. Second only to "Welcome Stranger." There are many who have expressed their intentions of seeing it again here ;at the Iris. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. imiWIIHIIIIllllilllllll TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY MAY 18 and 19 "THE KEEPER 0F THE BEES" , —with a fine east of stars in '• Gene Stratum. Porter's most popular novel of all time. There are few, if any, of the present day book readers who haven't at some time or other read this fine story. t - ALSO "THE SONG OF I THE DRIFTER" ' : —Willi Jimmy Wakely 'X i i • J Lots pi • action and. thrills in this fine 'fWestern", and •many a jcowboy'tune that you will love. P s clean and pleasing enter- ent for all ages. Tuesday & Wednesday CASH NIGHTS I Mrs. Bernard Waters submitted to major surgery at the Postville hospital Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schultz of Edgewod spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz. A. L. Evans of Maynard spent the weekend at the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans here. Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNeil were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Minger of near Castalia. Maxine Jackson, who teaches at Grand Junction, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson. Clarence Hoth and Charles Hoth spent Monday in Milwaukee, Wis consin attending a district Frigid aire meeting for dealers. Marion Sonnkalb, student of Iowa University in Iowa City, spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Olson last Sunday •svere Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bertelson, Martin Olson, and Mrs. A. A. Olson. / The foundation for the new home' of Mrs. Sophia Schroeder on EaA Williams Street was started last Friday and work is progressing rapidly. 'A G. D. Harrington returned to his home in Marshalltown, Monday after visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Harrington and with 'Cy Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. George Eder were in Waterloo last Thursday and Friday visiting relatives and friends. Louis Hill, Jr., student at Coe College, spent the weekend at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Louis L. Hill. Mrs. George B. Leaverton of Hampton, Virginia is visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs, Arthur Schultz. Louis L. Hill, Milo Meyer, Luver Schultz and R. L. Evans attended a district hardware meeting held at Sumner, Tuesday evening. Army recruiters "from Decorah- were in Postville last Saturday and added a coat of silver paint to the ^amework of their army recruiting sign. .' Several firemen from the Post ville Volunteer Fire Department plan to attend the state fire school to be held in Ames on May 18 thru May 21. Jimmy Fitzgerald of Oelwein formerly of Postville, has returned here and will work on the coi struction of the Louis Schu building. Persons meeting the Milwauki train early Saturday morning re port the thermometer registered a cool 30 degrees at that early morn ing reading. Fred L.' Martin of Hampton, co- owner of the Postville Herald, has purchased the new home of Irvin f &altmeyer in south Postville and x^ill move here with his wife and ^niiother the first of June. / Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waters of Des ''Moines visited Mr. and Mrs. Eaton s - . —^ .Waters and Mrs. John Waters, Sun- Fred Groth and Attorneys Jos. B. \ ay . Mrs. Eaton Waters is a patient at the Postville hospital, having submitted to an operation Thursday. Steele and Arthur J. Palas were in Des Moines last Thursday in the interest of the proposed Postville packing plant. The Northeastern Iowa Fellowship will be held at Guttenberg next Tuesday, May 18, according to A. C. Webster, secretary. It will be ladies night. Friends have received word of the illness of Frank Eaton, at one time a Postville resident, who. is confined to Seaside hospital, Long Beach, California. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Wells of Camanche, Iowa, former residents of Grand Meadow township, were calling on old friends in Postville last Saturday afternoon. Miss Nellie Jones, teacher at Clinton, and Miss Stella Jones, teacher at Arlington Heights, Illinois, spent the weekend at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jones. Miss Judith Thoma, teacher in the Jesup schools, spent Sunday at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma. Her brother and sister, Margery and Robert, drove to Jesup with her Sunday. Douglas Loomis and young son, William, were in Eau Claire, Wisconsin last Thursday visiting at the home of Mr. Loomis' mother and sister. William remained in Eau Claire for a several days visit while his mother is convalescing. WEEKEND SPECIALS I Jack Sprat Crushed Pineapple, 20 ounce can for 35c Jack Sprat Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, Two 20 ounce cans 33c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, 29 ounce can for 45c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 16 ounce jar for. 34c s Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, 2 packages for... 15c Jack Sprat Cut Wax Beans, ' Two 19 ounce cans ...35c Jack Sprat Milk, 2 tall cans... 39c Jack Sprat Spinach, Two 18 ounce cans for. 29c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 29 oz. can. 49c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 16 oz. can 29c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Sections, 19 oz. can 20c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Sections, per can. 22c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for_ ~~.30c Mayflower Peas, 19 ox. can....13c Mayflower Red Cherries, Water Pack, per can. Heinz Cooked Macaroni, per can Borden's Eagle Brand Milk, per can only- -2** ..29c -18c SHRIMP TUNA SALMON SARDINES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM* 0 SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma H» JACK SFKAT Stan Only five decks of livestock were shipped from Postville during the past week on the Milwaukee line Shipments were curtailed by the threatened rail strike. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz, Eu dora and Wesley, were in Ossian last Sunday spending Mother's Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz. Arlene Amundson is listed as one of 112 candidates to receive a B. A. degree at commencement exercises to be held at Luther college on Monday, May 31, at Decorah. Miss Kathryn Klingbeil. instructor in the schools at Hammond; Indiana, spent the Mother's Day weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. \Vm. J. Klingbeil. j Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins, Mr. ana Mrs. Milton Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Doane and Mary Jane a^id Silas Sevatson were Sunday dinner guests at the George A. SchultiJ home. Mrs. Louis Schutte and Mrs:* Leonard Casten left this afternoon for Cincinnati, Ohio where they will spend several days visiting! at the home of their children, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Palmer and j William Palmer of Iowa City were' weekend guests of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer. The Lloyd Palmers also visited her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. K. Mork. -""George A. SchuTlzThls~week purchased the stock and rented the tavern of Earl's Recreation Parlor and will call it George's Place. The purchase was made from Earl Abefneth'y, who still retains control of the pool table business. Dennis Lammert of Elkader, who formerly resided on a farm near Postville, has been named Farm Bureau fieldman for Winneshiek county with his duties to commence on June 1. Lammert was active in, both 4-H work and F. F. A. work while living near here. Mrs. Nora -McNeil visited at the home .aT her daughter, Mrs. A. A, Saeugling in Monona,. Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and his mother, Mrs. J. A. Koevenig, were church dinner guests at Luana, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson and Bob spent Mother's Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Swenson of Monona. Miss Dorothy Schultz, instructor at the Davenport schools, spent the Mother's Day weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. C. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckstein and daughter Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Wallace Ecksteifi of Waverly were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier. Mr. and Mrs. WmT J. Klingbeil left Monday for a visit at the home of his mother, Mrs, H. F. Mauerman, in Monroe, Wisconsin. They plan on returning to Postville this evening. „ Mrs. E. F. Schroeder will hold an auction sale of household goods at her home Saturday, May 22. Advertisement of the sale will appear ih next week's issue of the Herald. Guests Sunday in the Louis L. Hill home were Mr. and Mrs. E. A. Cornell, of Los Angeles, California, Mr. and Mrs. William Lcui, Mr. and Mrs. Arbc Bchreiis, i\m\ Mrs. Mate Weizel. Have your lawns sprayed now for dandelions and other weeds. Meyer's 4-County Hatchery. Postville, does the work correctly and quickly. Call 234. Rain Postpones Games In Scenic Iowa League Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy were in Dubuque, Sunday visiting their daughter, Barbara, who is a student at Clarke College. They attended a recital at the college in the afternoon in which Barbara participated. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill of Buhl, Minnesota were over night guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks, Thursday night. They were on their way to visit their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Herriman of Clinton. Mother's Day dinner guests in the Harold Turner home were Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Martins of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Maloney, Jim and Shirley, of Dubuque, and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Martins, Jacqueline and Stephen, of Cresco. -Lloyd Schroeder and Lawrence F. Block left to attend a J. C. Marlow Milking Machine Company sales school in Mankato, Minnesota last week but Mr. Block was taken ill at Owatonna and failed to get to the meeting. Mr. Schroeder attended the day long meeting. -Mr. and MfsTXauTerice Hofer and, Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks were Decorah visitors Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange and family and to look over Wilson's new place of business. Others at the Lange home, were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Lange and Mr. and Mrs. 1 Merle Lange. The Postville Pirates, as well as all other teams in the Scenic League, were rained out of their regular scheduled games last Sun day leaving the league standings unchanged. The Pirates were to have played Lansing at Lansing. Standings in the Scenic League are as follows: r X Won Poslville 1 Castalia 1 Monona 1 Waukon 1 Lansing 1 Luana 0 Faramersburg 0 McGregor- Marquette 0 Watervi'.le 0 Prairie du Chieiv,. 0 Harpers Ferry 0 Lost 0 0 0 0 0 1 1 1 1 1 0 Pet. 1000 1000 1000 1000 1000 000 000 000 000 000 000 FISHING LICENSE SALES ARE HIGH IN COUNTY Sales of fishing and hunting licenses in the county produced $2,189 in revenue during April in comparison to a figure of S1.536 in 1947, according to County Recorder Lillian Meierkord. Sales of licenses in Postville are at Postville State Bank, Citizens State Bank. L. O. Koevenig Hardware, Hill Hardware, and Hoth Bros. Hardware. A total of 406 resident fishing licenses were sold amounting to $609; 518 combination fishing and hunting totaled $1,295; resident hunting licenses amounted to $6; non-resident season fishing licenses brought $276; and non-resident six day fishing licenses produced $3 in revenue. TO HOLD DEMONSTRATION ON SHEEP SHEARING Mr. and Mrs. E. C.'Ruckdaschel spent Mother's Day at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swenson. Other children present were Hall Swenson of Postville, Mr. and Mrs, Roland Swenspn of Chicago, Doris Swenson, and Mr. and Mrs. George Swenson all of Cedar Rapids. Out of town relatives and friends attending the funeral of Mrs. H. F. Eggert were: Mrs. Bertha Schneider and Mr. and Mrs. Quintin Schneider of Merrill, Wisconsin; Mrs. Henry Pflughoeft of Wilwau- kee, Wisconsin; Mrs. F. C. Kamps, Mrs. Cyril Kruse, Mrs. James T^alch, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamps, " "r. and Mrs. Verni Kamps, Mr. and rs. Ed Stoewer of Dubuque; Mrs. Claude Powell of Elkader; Arthur Honn of Colesburg; Mrs. Harley [\Palas of Farmersburg; Mrs. Emma Thompson, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller, Mrs. Henry Meyer, Mrs. |(Walter Kaiser and Mr. and-Mrs. pH. H. Dahms of Monona; Mrs. John Kluss, Carlaus Meyer and Mrs. Fred Schultz of Castalia; Mrs. Carl Diedricks of Harmony, Minnesota; Mrs. Margie Douglas of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin; and Mr. and Mrs. J. C. Thoma of Waukon. nwiBiiaiaigaiiiBiaiiiBiiiiBiiiiBiEiiBiiiti^ At the Elevator SOY: BEAN SEE1D SUDAN GRASS RAPE SEED BUCKWHEAT —• — We still have a few tons of Commercial Fertilizer available. Hal! Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa , Dewey Jentz. fieldman of the I6\va Sheep Growers association. \vill conduct two sheep shearing and wood tieing demonstrations in the county on Tuesday and Wednesday May 18 and 19. These important demonstrations will be under the supervision of Warren •Kerndt, county 4-H assistant, and ihis 4-H boys club organization. ;Adults as well as 4-H club members are urged to attend at least one of these demonstrations. Schedule of the meetings is as follows: Jerome Gunderson, Waterloo township at 1:30 p. m.. May 18. Leslie Kerndt, Center township at 9:00 a. m., May 19. Mr. Jentz will not only demonstrate the proper method of shearing and tieing the fleece but will be glad to have any questions or problems brought to his attention on the sheep management program including feeding, management and marketing. Sheep growers of the county should by all means plan to be present at at least one of these demonstrations. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Bohacek of Tama were relieved to get a letter last week from their daughter, now a school teacher in Bogota, Colombia, South America. Following the Communist rioting there she reports conditions as "bad" but apparently under control. She does not know when the schools will open again. • We; cater to your every need for Quality Meats —. fresh or cured. • • , t For the-sunimer season ahead we will again • have available all luncheon meats and sausages S so popular for farmers' lunches and for your • picnics. WE WELCOME YOUR BUSINESS AT ALL TIMES! Postville Meat fcMet J.J. Braun, Prop. j Telephone No. 233 A. L. Evans of Maynard and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans spent Mother's Day at the home of Mrs. Evan's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Senner of Hawkeye, 'Weekend visitors liT ^l Kramer home were Mti nil sen, Mrs, Christine Hat^' Hansen, Peter Michael- all of Park Ridge. (MiS ^Up WAUS.\ ^QUIC-TONl Use Supermix Quic-Tone wherever you would use any flat paint. It is the loveliest of finishes for living and dining rooms, bed rooms anvl hallways. It gives that soft "dull mat" finish that is so pleasing and so easy to live with. Quic-Tone is the paint that dries in 40 minutes —odorless — one coat absolutely covers. till BfflUTY, SPEtO, You can apply Supermix^ Tone on the masonry waliij| your basement or on the \ board of the attic; this newt; paint covers so thoroughly ini coat .you may even paint < wallpaper. Easy to apply. Economical' gallon thins to l'/i gallons. 1 Let us supply you with Safe mix Quic-Tone. irha HARD WAR PLUMBING IN FOOD WEEKEND SPECIALS Eat Plenty of Health Giving FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLE Missouri Aroma In Quart Boii| STRAWBERRIES,—At Marketing Florida Juice ORANGES, Florida 220 size, doz^ CABBAGE, per pound — Always Competitive POTATOES, New Calif.-Market** TEXAS ONIONS, 2 pounds ^ RADISHES, 2 bunches for—^ CHECK THESE MONEY SAVING ITf BUY MORE FOR LESS! Mott's Jelly, Asst. Flavors, 10 oz. tumblers.| Pillsbury Pie Crust, 8 oz. pic*., 2 for -j? Fresh Lemons plus Pie Crust equals Lemonj Catsup, Standby Fancy, 2 bottles for—-J Lux Flakes, Giant Size package for——-jj FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES J Per package—21c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH Per package—29c Amer. Beauty Pork & Beans, 3 No. 2 cans-! Orange and Grapefruit, Whole Segments, Standby Brand, No. 2 size can for—— Tomato Juice, Standby, Large size can— Garden Salad Dressing, pint jar for Raisins, in heat proof bag, 2 lbs — Mixed Vegetables, Standby, No. 303 tin—- 1 ' The Farmers Stoi C. C. SANDER, Manager ' Telephone No. 231 Fostvilfe!

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