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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, June 23, 1948
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t VAGE FOTO. Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers Btered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Per Year in Allamakee, Clay' Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 23, 1948. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and Jimmy were business visitors in Dubuque last Monday. Mrs. William H. Hein of VaC paraiso, Indiana came Saturday visit with relatives and friends. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY JUNE 24, 25 and 26 "TYCOON" with John Wayne, Lorraine Day, Cedric Harwicke. Judith Anderson. James Gleason. Anthony Quinn and Grant Withers Filmed In "Technicolor." Two hours and 15 minutes of jam-packed action. The great Story of "railroading" in the early days of the West is the biggest film of its kind, not excluding "Union-, Pacific" nor any other of the truly big films of the past John Wayne is at the height of popularity right now. In fact, he is the very tops in the "action'" field. There is never a dull moment in this story of a rugged he-man who faced the riggors of rugged nature to build a railroad through the Rocky Mountains. Owing to the length of this fine film, all shows will start at 7:00 and 9:30 P. M. SUNDAY - MONDAY JUNE 27 and 28 "KILLER McCOY" —with Mickey Rooney, Brian Donlevy, Ann Blyth, James Dunn and Sam Levine This is positively not a "Gangster" film. It is a rip snorting fight picture — with Mickey Booney the best he has been in years. There is an eight round fight in this that will no doubt make the Louis-Walcott fight look like a tea party. There is comedy, action and romance in this action-filled film and there Is no doubt about this one being a boxoffice smash, in every theater everywhere. But it isn't all "fight" There is romance and pathos that even hard boiled reviewers have been known to abed a tear or two in the screening room. — ALSO A Walt Disney Color-Cartoon— "Wide Open Faces" SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. itiiitiitmiiiitiinuiummtitimiimnMt TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JUNE 29 and 30 "ROCKY" —with Roddy MacDoweU and Gale Sherwood A fine and human story of a boy and his dog that no lover of dogs, be he young or old, should miss. Pictures like this are really a pleasure to play. They are so clean and wholesome. ALSO "CODE OF THE SADDLE" —with Johnny Mack Brown and Raymond Hatton Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JJJJ^ ^ George C Eder was in Dubuque last Monday on a business trip. Viola Duwe is on vacation from duties at the Citizens State Bank this week. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Brouillet visited Sunday at the home of Norton Kjome in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Thill of Dubuque were Sunday guests in the J. E. Horgan home. Mr. and Mrs. August 'Shael Lawler called Friday evening the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. Meyer. ' Mr. and Mrs. John R. Smith are the parents of a son born to them June 7 at Memorial hospital in Waterloo. Mr. and blrsl"W.'A. Kneeland and Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hecker were in Rochester, Minnesota last Sunday visiting C. F. Meier, who is a patient in St. Mary's hospital there. Jean Douglass, daughter of Mr.\ and Mrs. H. H. Douglass, left for Oak Park, Illinois Sunday. From there she will go to Three Rivers,/] Michigan to act as a counselor in W |^irl^ Scout camp for eight weeks,' 3= WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, 16 ounce jar for 35c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for only 2'c Jack Sprat Grapefruit I •Sections, 18 oz. can 19</ \ Jack Sprat Orange and Grapefruit Sections, 20 ounce can for 26c Jack Sprat Crushed Pineapple, 20 oz. can for 35c Jack Sprat Corn Beef Hash, 1 pound can for 33c Jack Sprat Whole Beets, per can 18c Jack Sprat Catsup, 14 ounce bottle for 23c Jack Sprat Pitted Dates, 6 ounce package .23c Jack Sprat Raisins, 2 pound package for 32c Jack Sprat Mustard, Salad or Horseradish, 20 oz. Ref. jar..l9c Jack Sprat Pimentos, 7 ounce can for 23c Jack Sprat Potato Chips, per package 55c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 39c Jack Sprat Elderberry Jelly, 12 ounce jar for 24c Windsor Cheese, 2 lb. box. ..$1.00 Pet Milk, 3 14 u oz. cans 44c Gerber's Baby Food, 3 cans 23c Grapefruit Quarter Sections, No. Z can for 15c Chef Paulin's Chicken-Noodle Dinner, per jar 35c 4B Dill Pickles, qt. jar 29c 4B Midget Sweet Pickles, pint jar for 38c / Jack Sprat Preserves and Jellies! CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store a a ^ Mrs. Hattie Brouillet is spending the week in Waukon visiting with her sister. ' The new A. C. Meyer home in west Postville is being completed for occupancy this week. Ivan Blackmer of Waterloo, former coach at the Postville high school, was a visitor here one day last week. Mrs. Ted Anderson and son, Richard, and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bruce were in La Crosse, Wisconsin last Saturday. Lorence Reinhardt was a business caller in New Hampton last Tuesday and also spent Thursday in Oehvein on business. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling attended the Presbyterian Synod meeting held in Ames the first three days of this week. Mrs. Ray R. Douglass returned Friday from a vacation trip to North Dakota and Minnesota. Mrs. Charles Volz, Gary and Jane, of La Crosse, Wisconsin were visitors in the Ted Anderson home last week. Mr. and Mrs. Harry W. Tyler visited Sunday at the home of his parents in Alta Vista, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Tyler. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland and Mr. and Mrs. James Overland visited in the Ed Overland home in Decorah last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Koth and family visited Mr. and Mrs. Frank Milliren and daughter in Minneapolis over the weekend. Rosella Opsand, who is attending summer school at Luther college at ,J,Decorah, was a weekend visitor in the Harold Opsand home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gericke and Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Sander were Sunday guests in the Alfred Olson home in Cedar Falls, Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stover and family were Sunday guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Marion, in New Hampton. Glenn Tindell returned last weekend from a weeks fishing trip to points in Minnesota. He reports good luck and several good catches. Oran Engelhardt, employed at the Willman Motor Company, is taking a weeks vacation at Clear Lake attending the Lutheran Bible camp there. Charles E. Anderson and family of Waukon were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. George, Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier spent the weekend in Waverly visiting at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckstein. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Borland of Oehvein and Mr. and Mrs. William Wagner of Jesup were Sunday guests in the George C. Eder home. Mrs. George Krabill of Chicago is spending several days of her vacation visiting in the John Powers home. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook and Mr. and Mrs. Durlin Meyer of Waterloo were Sunday guests in the Burr Cook home. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson were Father's Day guests in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Seward Swenson, of Monona, Hall Roberts, Jr. is spending the summer vacation months working for the California Packing Company in Sleepy Eye, Minnesota. Mrs. Luman Colton and son Steven will remain in Postville while Mr. Colton is attending summer school at Northwestern University. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Loomis were in Lanesboro. Minnesota Sunday to a picnic dinner being held by Coast-To-Coast store members from this vicinity. Mr. Martin Donnelly and daughter, Eugenie, visited Tuesday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey enroute from Minnesota to their home in De Kalb, Illinois. Russell Harris, 'Don Heins and Joanne Hangartner were in Mt. Hope, Wisconsin last Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner. Mrs. H. E. Roberts and Nancy and Carol Smith of Friendswood, Texas, who is visiting with them; \left yesterday for a trip to Minj heapolis, Minnesota for severai-J "days. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Engelhardt and Oran, and Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walter attended the funeral of H. H. Diers at Clayton Center, Tuesday afternoon. Mrs. H. H. Diers. Mrs. Vernon Diers, Tommy and Richard, of St. Olaf, and Mrs. Arnold Koss of Garnavillo. called at the Arno Engelhardt home last Thursday afternoon. Eddie Green and Donald Gunder-yf son attended the marriage of Ruta| Mackert to Eugene Rettenmaier in Dubuque Saturday. From theije they went to Cedar Rapids to sde the Freedom Train. VJ Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schupbach and family attended the wedding of Anna Mae Schupbach and Robert Sieleman at West Union, June 17. Marlene Schupbach was one of the attendants at the wedding. Ed Kozelka is in French Lick, Indiana this week attending the National Feed Dealer's Convention/] as a representative of Roberts' Ele-i vator. The convention-began Tuesday and will continue thru Saturday. \ J ^Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Sawvelle and Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta wera>| at Waukon Saturday afternoon to I attend the funeral of Edward Saw­ velle. Mr. Sawvelle was a ha^f brothers of Mrs. Schutta and J. H. Sawvelle. |/| Dr. H. T. Opsahl is spending several days in Des Moines this week at the Iowa Department En campment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars. The encampment is for three days. v Guests Friday in the A. C. Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Marting and family. The occasion was the celebration of Dean's birthday. •' L. A. Williams of Lewiston,' Michigan was here several days last week visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. F. L. Williams. This is Mr. Williams first visit here in 12 years. „ Mrs. Marjorie Douglas and her daughters, Coleen and Sally, and Mrs. Elizabeth Bailey of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin spent the first part of last week with Mrs. Douglas' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ress Thornton. Visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Nesteby home during the weekend were: Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Cannon and family, Mrs. Christina Hoover and Clara Hoover of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Onerhus of Fayette, Mr. and Mrs. Jacob Hoover, Richard Neumann and Mr. and Mrs. John Lucksinger of Elgin. Mrs. Ben Buren and Elizabeth Ann of Leland, Wednesday to visit her Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb in the 1 her aunt, Anna H. Leu!, and visited at the home of her brc and sister-in-law, Mr. and •• Paul L. Sonnkalb and family; Mnxine Jackson, daughter ol and Mrs. L. R. Jackson, l e (t e Saturday morning lor the coast. She was joined In c Rapids by Louise Schneider Wheatland and at Boone by, Sparks of Ogden. They win many points of interest in t AMERICA'S FINEST BICYCLE easy' Ride the Bike the Movie Stars Ride! Doris Swenson of Cedar Rapids spent the Father's Day weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swenson. Mr. and Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel also spent Sunday in the Swenson home. / '*CT~F. Meier, president of the Postville State Bank, is a patient in St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. He was taken there last Wednesday. Last reports indicate that he is showing improvement. J Mr. and Mrs. Alden Albertson and son, Richard, of Gooding, Idaho are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz. A picnic dinner was also held at the August Schultz home Sunday for the immediate family. B. Warren Hart and B. Clarenije Hart stopped in Postville last Tuesday enroute home from Boston, Massachusetts where they are attending Harvard. Louis Hill, Jr. accompanied them, to WillistoO North Dakota to act as usher a^t the wedding of Warren Hart Saturday evening. i f Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil, Dick and Jerry, went to Monroe and Juda,'Wisconsin last Thursday to visit relatives and friends. They were accompanied on their return by Mrs. KlingbeiPs parents, Mr. nd Mrs. T. L. Newman, of Juda. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday with their two daughters, Dorothy and Marjorie, at Iowa City. Dorothy and Marjorie are in nurses training at University hospital there. Victor Williams of Coggon was here Thursday at the home of Mrs. F. L. Williams where he visited with his brother. Lester Williams, of Lewiston. Michigan. Lester Williams, left Monday after spending several days at the home of his mother here. • Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Heckman and family were at Waterloo Sunday to visit at his sister. Mrs. George Kinsel, who is a patient in the Allen Memorial hospital. They later joined Mr. and Mrs. Foster Burrow and John of Waterloo on a picnic dinner at Cedar Falls. You Are Invited to hear Mr. Wakefield, entomologist for California Spray-Chemical Corporation (Subsidiary of Standard Oil) . MEMORIAL HALL Postville, Iowa Saturday, June 26 at 8:00 o'clock P. M. Mr. Wakefield will discuss Pest and Weed Control by Chemicals. If you have any questions, bring them in . . . This man knows the answers. Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 PostvHle, Iowa ! i Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller returned Sunday evening from a trip to California and other points ivest. While on the trip he met a umber of former Postville residents including Mr. and Mrs. Fred Luhman of Bellflower, California, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wirsching in Reno, Nevada, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kluss of Gilroy, California, Harry Beucher in Los Angeles and Mrs. HOI, formerly Hazel Davis, also of Los Angeles, Roy Olson in San Jose, California and Mr. and Mrs. Jud Melvold at Sacramento, Cali-^ fornia. — In addition to the names previously listed, the following also helped Mrs. William Schultz celebrate her birthday on June 13: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Radloff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Smith and family and Cleva Schultz. In the evening Mr. and tylrs. George Radloff and their son- iu-law and daughter called at the Schultz home. LOOK* AT THESE FEATURES Electronically Welded Frame 9 Drop-out Rear Fork • Built-in Kick Stand E ASY to pedal, ride, Schwinn-Built cles are smooth, stream]' and sturdy . . . designed give you trouble-free opetat' and safer riding. Don't 1 just any bicycle—insisl oi "Schwinn." Bring Dad in sec the bike you want, . .tody 1 \, W ^ V irhii m u HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING Mrs. G. G. Bain and daughter, Nancy of Thermopolis. Wyoming spent the past week at ,the home of the former's sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. J: T. Humphrey. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Stevenson of Shell Rock brought them to Postville by auto, and spent the day at the Humphrey home. Mr. and Mrs. James G. Clark of Waterloo came Sunday to spend the day and took Mrs. Bain and Nancy back with them. From there they go to Km- metsburg, to visit a week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Hoyt. The ladies are all sisters. Weekend Specials Blue Barrel Soap, per bar 14c Crystal White Soap, per bar 8c Campbell's Chicken-Noodle Soup, per can 15c Vegetable-Beef Soup, per can 15c Glendale Club Cheese, 2 lb. box 98c Rochester Dairy Milk, tall can 15c Happy Vale Early June Peas 12c Regular 17c value Gateway Tender Sweet Peas 12c Regular 15c value Skippy Peanut Butter, per jar 39c Pal Peanut Butter, per jar 29c Dubuque Pork Sausage, large can 49c Wilson Certified Corn Beef, 12 oz. 45c Bear Creek Tomatoes, No. 2 can 15c Libby's Fruit Cocktail, per can 27c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise SPECIALS For Friday and Saturday JUNE 25 and 26 FOR ARRIVAL— Leave your orders for 1 pound jars of Pure Standby Strawberry Preserves These are very reasonable ! FOR ARRIVAL— Leave your orders now for Michigan R.S.P. Sugared Chilled Cherriei Available in 30 lb. and 15 lb. tins. ; C. & H. PURE J CANE SUGAR 1100 lb. bag___$8.79 • 3 No. 2 STANDBY PEAS 3 Sieve Sweets cans 61c ; STANDBY CORN I Cream or Whole Kernel • 3 No. 2 cans 61c ; 3 46-oz. cans Standby ! Orange Juice 79c ! 3 46-oz. cans Standby • Blended Juice 79c • 3 46-oz. cans Standby ; Tomato Juice 79c • 1 • 1 Large Can Standby Oven Baked Beans Large Can Standby Boston Brown Bread • BOTH CANS__59c NEW SHAFTER POTATOES 100 lb. bag__$4W WATERMELONS Texas Red Ripe per pound 4ffr SVNKIST ORANGES 2 doz. Med.—4* BIG MAC CANTALOUPE Lge. size, each-29c TOMATOES Fancy, Ripe 2 pounds --33* Your Choice of All FANCY COLD MEATS At Reasonable P>*» The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, !<

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