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MOB rovu. THE POSTVTLLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers •fetered at the PostofTice, Postville Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE fXSO Per Year in Allamakee, Clay- Fayette, Winneshiek Counties, Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, MAY 26, 1948. Fred J. Miller was in Waterloo last Monday on business. Mrs. Bess Stoltz of Dubuque spent Sunday at the Ted Anderson home. Curtis Abernethy and Clifford Conley were in Des Moines last Sunday and Monday attending clothing convention being held there. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY MAY 27, 2S and 29 "GOOD NEWS" From the musical comedy which was a terrific hit shortly before World War II In the cast are June Allyson. Peter Lawford, Joan McCracken and Ray MacDonald For sheer beauty of setting, this grand Technicolor musical cannot be beaten. And what a show for all ages! With its college atmosphere as a background plus fine toe-tingling tunes and a fine, down-to-earth story, this is just about the "tops." The youngsters in the cast are as refreshing as a breath of spring. What a grand bunch of performers they are! The Technicolor is beautiful beyond description. "GOOD NEWS" is EVERYBODY'S type of show. SUNDAY - MONDAY MAY 30 and 31 "IF WINTER COMES" with Walter Pidgeon, Deborrah Kerr, Angela Lansbury, Binnie Barnes, Janet Leigh and Dame Whitty This is one for those who like drama at its best. And there are many in this community that do. The performances of every member of the cast are outstanding. The story is full of pathos. Walter Pidgeon gives you a job that even excells his work in '"Mrs. Miniver." There is a touch of comedy here and there to offset the tense dramatic scenes. To tell you the story would spoil your enjoyment of the film. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JUNE 1 and 2 "SOMETHING IN THE WIND" —with Deanna Dnrbin and Donald O'Connor Music and comedy, with the accent on comedy—this one is a high class film in every sense of the word. Running nearly one hour and a half, the film is worthy of a single billing in any theater—anywhere! — BUT WITH — "UNDER THE TONTO RIM" A fine Zane Grey Story yon get more for your money than yon have ever received on a "Cash Nijbt." There is no question but what a "boner" was pulled when the film "SOMETHING IS THE WIND" was booked on a midweek. Take advantage of the mistake and really see yourself A BARGAIN. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and Jim were in Cedar Rapids on business Monday. Clara Kamp was a weekend visitor with her sister, Mrs. Arthur Herrmann, of St. Olaf. Richard Cayton is spending the summer months on the farm home of his Uncle James Jeglum, east of Waukon. Miss Elsie Fuelling of Farmersburg submitted to major surgery Tuesday morning at the Postville hospital. Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebastian were in Decorah last Sunday to watch the Postville-Decorah baseball game. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher were in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin Sunday attending tfie Villa Louis opening and centenflial. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her parents in Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckstien. Glenn Olson was in New Hampton last Wednesday where he acted as a blood donor for his brother, Richard, who is hospitalized there. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eberling and family were Sunday visitors at Strawberry Point. Mrs. Margaret Stockman spent the weekend in the Gilbert Stockman home near West Union. Christine Miene spent Saturday night and Sunday at the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Lau and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Borland of Oelwein visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Eder. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Green of Castalia were afternoon and evening guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner and family. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stover and family were in New Hampton Sunday visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Marion. DuWayne and ^Delbert Suckow and Marvin Mohs left Monday for Austin, Owatonna and Minne- apQlis, Minnesota to visit relatives and friends. Herbert Gass, employed at the Falb Motor Company, left on vacation last Friday morning with a party of friends from Monona for a ten day fishing excursion into Canada. =3E WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix. 2 packages for 15c Jack Sprat Prepared Spaghetti, 2 cans 19c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for , 30c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for 27c Jack Sprat No. 10 size Stuffed Olives 59c Jack Sprat Cake Flour, 2% lb. package 35c Jack Sprat Mustard, Refrigerator jar for 19c Jack Sprat Catsup, 14 ounce bottle for. 23c Jack Sprat Peaches or Apricots, 29 oz. can for 33c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package 15c Jack Sprat Wheat Flakes, 8 ounce package for 13c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 20 oz. can 14c Jack Sprat Green Tea, V.i pound package 25c Jack Sprat Whole Kernel Corn, 19 oz. can for. 30c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Sections, per can _ 20c Jack Sprat Spinach, 18 ounce can for 15c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables. per can 17c Franco-American Spaghetti, per can _ 17c FARIBO GARDEN SEEDS MANDEVttLE FLOWER SEED Burbank Vitamins for Flowers 10c per package Burbank Flower Saver—Keeps Cut Flowers Fresh—10c pkg. SHRIMP TUNA SALMON CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele were visitors Sunday at Prairie du Chien where they attended the Villa Louis opening and Wisconsin Centennial. Visitors at the home of Mrs, Hattie Brouillet over the weekend' were her cousin, Mrs. Ida Tolund of Madison, Wisconsin and her sister, Mrs. Millie Dahlen of Waukon.! Elrie Ruckdaschel drove to C!\i cago, Tuesday to attend a dealer display of the new 1949 model of Ford. The new model is supposed to have a considerable number of changes. Miss Maxine Jackson is spending the summer vacation months in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson. Miss Jackson taught the past school year at Grand Junction. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson were 1 Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honn and family and a picnic dinner was enjoyed by the group. ^Landscaping is progressing rapid ly at the R. E. A. plant and a new concrete parkway has been added in front of the office building. The ground is being leveled and sloping areas are being sodded. '"Miss Ann Douglass, daughter oi Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass, is one of 280 candidates for degrees to be awarded May 31 from Texas State College for Women, E. V. White, |43ean of the college, announced. Marie Malone of Chicago, high school graduating class of 1936, was in Postville last Thursday evening attending the commencement exercises in which her brother, Jimmy, was graduated with a class of 39. Guests in the Leslie J. Masonhall home Sunday were their son-in law and daughter Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blakeman of Rochester, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Masonhall and family. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Walter were in Farmersburg Sunday attending the marriage of Miss Florine Walter to Edward Klosterboer. The ceremony took place at 3:00 p. m. Sunday. The bride is a brother of Mr. Walter. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller will leave for Los Angeles, California next Sunday where Mr. Miller will act as a Postville delegate to the Kiwanis International convention being held there June 6 to 10. The Millers will be accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huebner of Garna- AftUo on the trip. . , Relatives who came from a distance to attend the funeral of Frank D. Sebastian last Thursday included Mr. and Mrs. Ben Fogt of Reinbeck, Iowa; Mrs. Sophia Schara, Mrs. Emma Stillman, Mrs. William Beuhler, all of Prairie du Sac, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Sebastian of Nevis, Minnesota; Mrs. Minnie Spring of Corning; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hannemon, Mr. and Mrs. Louie Meyer, Mrs. Mary Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stevens and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harvey, all of Cresco. iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiuiiniiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiim^ "My Husband la Very Buay Now And Doesn't Want To Be Disturbed" . It's a lot more disturbing, lady, to have a fire and not be insured. Let's take time now to talk about your insurance protection. Tinner Insurance Agency "Complete Insurance Service** Miss Kay Smith submitted to surgery at the Postville hospital last Saturday afternoon. Eight decks of cattle were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee^line. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ernst of St. Paul, Minnesota were weekend visitors in the home of his mother, Mrs. Fred Ernst. Mrsi R. L. Brown of Evanston, Illinois came Monday for a few days visit at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian attended a funeral of an aunt, Mrs. Julius Moen, held last Friday at Glenwood Church in Winneshiek county. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miene, Mary Ann Miene and Dixie Cook spent Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Donald' Hull of Cedar Rapids. Lyle Schroeder, who is a student in Minneapolis, Minnesota, returned to his studies after spending the weekend in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. Miss Judith Thoma. who spent the school year teaching at Jesup, returned to her home for the summer vacation. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Vein of Jesup returned her here. •44 Burr Cook. Dale Meyer and Charles Hoth. members of the Postville Volunteer Fire Department, attended a two day state fire school held at Ames last Wednesday am Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush returned recently from a visit at the homes of their sons and daughter- in-laws, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush of Northwood and Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush of Algona. One section of the concrete walls of the new Louis Schutte building was poured yesterday with work progressing rapidly now with good weather. Construction men are using steel section forms for the wall sections which is speeding work considerably. Joseph B. Steele received word yesterday that his grandfather, Bernard Bromelkamp, passed away suddenly at his home in Monona. Mr. Bromelkamp had just recently celebrated his 94th birthday and enjoyed good health until the time of his passing. Rev. and Mrs. G. P. Schroeder and Miss Susanna Toews and Mrs. Katherine Dueck, aunts of Mrs. Schroeder of Elgin, were supper guests Monday evening at the James L. Sorenson home. Miss Toews and Mrs. Dueck recently escaped from Russia. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Putnam drove to Gladbrook last Saturday evening where they attended the wedding of Miss Ethel Koster to William Pippert, both of Gladbrook. The ceremony was held Saturday evening at 7:00 o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kluss of Marquette were Sunday visitors in the H. J., Meyer home. Clifton Mitchell was in Prairie du Chien last Sunday attending the Villa Louis celebration being held there. bundles of paper along the curbing in front of their home before 1:00 o'clock. Rural people may bring their bundles to town and place them along the east side of main streets, between the Farmers Store corner and Casten Bros, flliing station. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller were in Garnavillo last Sunday visiting at the home of his brother, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huebner. Mr. and Mrs. John Falb attended the Villa Louis opening and Wisconsin Centennial held at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Martins of Waukon visited in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner and family Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambecr and family and Mrs. Cora Krambeer spent Sunday afternoon with their son and brother, Lawrence Krambeer and family at Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jollymorc and son Jack, of Madison, Wiscon sin, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd SchroC' der and family were Sunday din ner guests at the Mr. and Mrs John A. Schroeder home. Emmett H. Helgerson was at Lake City last Sunday attending the opening of the Jarmes Bros. Circus. He reports seeing an excel[(lent circus and a number of enjoyable acts. The circus left for Rockwell on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kluss and Scheric of Gilroy, California spent last week in Postville visiting his mother. Mrs. William Kluss. who is suffering from a broken hip received in an accident. The family returned to California. Friday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and daughter. Nancy, Miss Anna Humphrey of Monona and Mrs. fMarie Leui drove to Rockwell Sunday to attend the first mass celebrated by their cousin. Father William Barragy, son of Dr. and Mrs. Joseph Barragy of Rockwell. Miss Dorothy Waters, daughter of Mrs. Milda Waters of Postville, will be one of 45 students to be gradu ated from St. Joseph Mercy Hospital school of nursing and education at Loras college on Sunday, May 30. The commencement exercises will be held at the Loras college gymnasium at 3:00 p. m. Nine Postville Kiwanis Club members attended a meeting of the newly formed Monona Kiwanis Club last Monday evening. Those attending were: Joseph B. Steele, R. L. Evans, William J. Klingbeil, Willard Schutte, W. A. Kneeland, Dr. M. F. Kiesau, Arbe Behrens, J. F. Hart and Lee R. Jackson. A group of Postville people went to Guttenberg Tuesday evening where they attended a fellowship meeting which was ladies guest night. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sanders, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christofferson, Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Waters, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Christofferson. .' TO MAKE PAPER PICKUP IN POSTVILLE SATURDAY Another month-end collection of old newspapers, magazines and waste paper will be made in Postville next Saturday shortly after the dinner hour. Proceeds as in previous drives will be presented to the hospital fund. Townspeople should place their Postville Stores will be CLOSED ALL DAY MEMORIAL DAY Monday, May 31 Postville Commercial Club Cyclists Participate -W In Hill Climb The Little Switzerland Motorcycle Club went to a hill climb at Quasqueton last Sunday in which thirty cyclists from the club participated. v The climb was sponsored by the Black Hawk Motorcycle club of Waterloo. Those from Postville attending were Robert Pearson, .MiSs Fern Marling, Leslie Lawson, Arbe Baieis, Miss Virginia Brown, John Hoth, Charles Hoth, Don Meyer, William Schultz, Kendell Benzing, Miss Betty Schroeder, Jack Over- ten, Lee Bowers, Curtis Webster and Robert Hanson. To cut the poultry feed bill start off with a systematic culling of the Hock, says Robert Penquite, Iowa State College poultryman. ' WEDNESDAY, MAt * , Surprise ,Birthdayl| Party Given. John Sebastian was surprised Saturduy ev«n£|j home when a number o! jl and friends ct\mo to h«lp ^§1 brate his birthday anj" The evening was spent ytyja playing, Fetter. Lunch lattjj evening was served by 1 bastlan. Those present were: i|3 Victor Sebastian and boys,|f Mrs. Henry Block, Mr, and)| Harnack, Mr. and Mrs. HatA bert, Mr. and Mrs. Rtchrt ckow, Mr. and Mrs, B and Keith, Mrs. Anna mj Mr. and Mrs. Alvin M«i| Carolyn Marie of Castalla|j Storm" Lake had a yousj| from Korea recently, Kim, 18 years old,'act Richard Gibson of, Stonij back to this country, been attached to the au,, gence section in his natives because of his ability as ai and proved so popular ttat| was raised to send him to U for an education. House P« "Made in the Northwest tor Northwest Wes PLAN NOW TO PAINT WITH THE BEST— SUPIRJHal Blistering heat or frigid cold— the suptrkr] quality of SUPERMIX House Paint iakiii| in stride! Whit* and 10 Dllttnctlvo Colon member ,* , £'.» 'H OCOUIA <jC. JJ-itf HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATIK Picnic Specials! FOR MEMORIAL DAY] FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 28 and 29 Van Camp's CATSUP 2 big 14 oz. bottles 49c Standby Plain OLIVES 4 J4 oz. jar for 30c Standby QUEEN OLIVES 4'/ 2 oz. jar for 33c DILL PICKLES quart jar for 29c Sweet Pickles 8 ounce jar 27c AM Kinds of r Soft Drinks Fruit Juices Cold Meats Tasty Loaf American Cheese 2 pound box for 99c The Farmeif Telephone No. 231 ^ostv^ Garden PORK & BEAN9 2 large No. 2'/ 2 ctt| 37c Garden Salad Dresiin* I Pint jar —35c i Quart jar — POTATOES New White Shafir 10 pounds for 59c Tomatoes - Carfl Cucumbers Celery - Head Letti Watermelons Strawberries Picnic Cups, .PM and Napkins Everything for outing.