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June 30, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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TAB* FOUR. Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers Xntered at the Postoftice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year Jn Allamakee. Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, JUNE 30, 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell «rere visitors in Dubuque last Sunday and Monday. y Arthur J. Palas and family were' * Jn Des Moines the first two days of <his week where Mr. Palas attended, two day legal institute conducted v t »y the Polk County Bar association'. Mr. and Mrs. Allnrd Nyberg and daughter, Cheryl!* were in Iowa City last Monday. Donald B. Willard of Portage, Wisconsin was a visitor in the Ed Kozelka home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Schroeder of Sigourney were Sunday guests in the Harold Schroeder home. Mr. and Mrs. Al Winter were in Iowa City last Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Usher. Mrs. Ross Thornton spent the weekend in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Eldo Hoffman and family at Garnavillo. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 1, 2 and 3 "THE SENATOR WAS INDISCREET" —with Wiliam Powell. Ella Raines, Arleen Whalen and Peter Lind Hayes Here is a dish of fun that kids Washington politics and politicians. And it will really delight and entertain all types of people. Bill Powell seems to take the title role in big stride. So good is he that it appears that he thoroughly enjoys burlesquing a typical blustering senator. In fact Powell never has been in a picture that seems to have been really tailor-made for his particular ability. This is one swell comedy. iiiuimmmuui SUNDAY - MONDAY JULY 4 and 5 "THE MIRACLE OF THE BELLS" —with Virginia Valli, Fred* MacMurray, Frank Sinatra and Lee J. Cobb Here is a solid hit of the film version of the fine novel written by Russell Janney. It combines lact and fancy, realism and spiritual overtones that strikes the responsive chords in the hearts of all but the cynical. The splendid cast in which Frank Sinatra plays a young Catholic priest does a great job. Fred MacMurray is cast as a newspaperman and Virginia Valli as an actress. This clean and wholesome film should appeal to people of all faiths and particularly those of Catholic faith. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. mnuimtmuiimin TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JULY 6 and 7 "WESTERN HERITAGE" —with Tim Holt From the Zane Grey story of the same name. Here is another fine Tim Holt film — and why not — no one ever has written better 'West- em" novels than Zane Grey. ALSO "RIDING ON AIR" —with Joe E. Brown Fellow exhibitors have repeatedly told us that Joe E. Brown's old films have nearly as much appeal at the boxoffice as the Laurel and Hardy pictures. This "oldie" has never played here and many have never seen it. Brown is no longer in comedies. Tuesday & Wednesday — are— CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. Julius Arundt of Milwaukee. Wisconsin spent a few days last week with their relatives. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schutte. / Mr. and Mrs. Don Livingston lof Fayette and Miss Janice and ViolaJ Larson of Elgin were Sunday dinner guests in the John W. Burrow home. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Klein, who formerly farmed with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gass,: have moved from Waterloo to Yankton, South Dakota. THEJPOSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, JUNE „ J Nine decks of cattle were shipped from Postvile this week over the Milwaukee line. C. N. Hart and J. F. Hart attended a family reunion which was held at Marion last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy were in Mason City last Sunday visiting at the home of his mother, Mrs. Frank Handy. Dr. H. T. Opsahl returned Sunday from- a three day encampment of the Veterans of Foreign Wars held at the Capitol city. Mrs. Lyle J. Monthei and two children and a neighbor girl, Janet Ogden, of Jefferson are visiting this week in the DuWayne Bulman home. -""Mr. and Mrs. Fred Reincke and family moved to Postville from Castalia last weekend and wil make their home in the north par| of town. Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dietsch and Mr. and Mrs. Eric Dietsch of Miami, Florida arrived here today for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gustav Dietsch. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer and daughters were Sunday visitors in the Harold Klatt home in Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. George Sebastian attended the annual Masonic picnic held in Elkader last Sunday afternoon. The Veterans of Foreign Wars held their regular meeting at Memorial hall last Monday evening. They meet regularly twice a month. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Johnson of Cedar Falls came Tuesday afternoon to visit a few days in the Kenneth K«rr and the Turner homes. Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Rowland of Postville are the parents of a son born June 27 at the Postville hos- ffpital. Weight was eight pounds and eight ounces. i / Misses Barbara Abernethy and <Vi Gordanier spent the weekend at Mt. Vernon at Cornell College visiting Gretchen Zieman, who is en' •polledin summer school thgrer" Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte and family and Mi's. Amelia Heins and daughter, Lenora, drove to the (•Amana colonies southwest of Cedar Rapids Sunday for a tour of the Student Workers Need Social Security Cards Air. and Mrs. R. L. Brown 'of Evanston, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Carney and family of Perr-j^ are guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Joseph B. Steele was in Des Moines the first two days of this week attending a two day legal institute conducted by the Polk County Bar association. Mrs. Gordon Stewart of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Conada left last week on her return trip home after spending three weeks in the home of her parents here, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson. '•"J." - Kenneth Sanders of Tryon, North Carolina returned to his area. home this week and was accom- / panied by Kathryn Falb who will / Mr. and Mrs. Harold Eberling remain in the Sanders home for.,a were in Rochester, Minnesota Sun weeks visit ^""^ "* ay visitul S C. F. Meier who is a . „,„._- — patient in St. Mary's hospital there The Little Switzerland Motor- They report Mr. Meier's condition cycle Club met Monday evening to as being good. prepare for a hill climb to be held ,.-""•"" '"* •—-• • ~._ U in the near future at Decorah. A ' Paul v Sonnkalb suffered a painful number of Postville riders will par- burn to his right hand last week ticipate in this event. j while working with The Misses Eileen and Lecjna Foley and Wayne Godfrey, all \ of Davenport, and Bob Snedter rf . *\ „„ ; r*4i? ls hand and caused Muscatine were weekend guests int— a wire connection at the Hansen and Matson plant. Hot, sealing wax which he was pouring came in contact with severe burn. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carol and Mrs. Minnie Meyer were in Rock Island, Illinois last Sunday visiting at the Clarence Meyer home and also in Rockford. Illinois visiting at the ^iome of Mr. and Mrs. Roger Otdoerfer. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy their grandson, Bob Hubbell, leaving today for a vacation which will take them into and are trip the southern states as far as Kentucky, to Washington, D. C, north to the Hudson River and on into Canada, then returning to Postville. They will be gone several weeks. Cpl Henry J. Monroe, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Monroe, who has been in service for the past year and a half at Ft. Lewis, Washington, is being discharged from the army this week and is returning home in the company of two of his friends. He just recently re-/l ceived his promotion to the rank of corporal. E3ES WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for 27c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for ..25c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 19c Jack Sprat Peanut Butter, 16 ounce jar for 35c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for 25c Jack Sprat Tomato Catsup, 2 bottles for 39c Jack Sprat Mustard, 20 ounce jar for. ..19c 7 Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for lfic Jack Sprat Potato Salad, / pint jar for tic Jack Sprat Potato Chips, Picnic size, 8 oz. pkg 39c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 16 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Sweet Pickles, Cross Cut, per jar _ 23c Jack Sprat Stuffed Olives, large size jar for ..59c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, large 29 oz. cans, 2 for 44c Brown Beauty Oven Baked Beans, three 15'i oz. cans... 49c Mayflower Apricots, Water Packed, No. 10 size can.... ..50c Jack Sprat PRESERVES AND JELLIES in assorted pint jars HUSKY or RIVAL DOG FOOD CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma Tn« JACK BPBAT Store 3E the Mr. home of the formers parents, and Mrs. Ed Foley. Mrs. Emma Burdick returned home Friday from Victor where she spent the past several weeks visiting with relatives and friends and also attended the wedding of her niece. Lillian Wiedemeier. The Postville Red Cross is seeking residents who have relatives iin j stricken areas of Europe. Anyone knowing of relatives in this ar4a J are asked to leave their informa,- tion at the Citizens State Bank oti write to the local Red Cross'] chapter. j When a workman climbed down into the Albert City water tower recently, to help paint it, he found a fellow workman dazed from the fumes and unable to climb out. A rope harness was rigged to lower the victim from the tank. He recovered _3Uicklx,,-,.. . _.. Lloyd Thornton, son of Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thornton was received as a medical patient at the Postville hospital last Friday. Lloyd's foot became entangled in a tractor attachment while working at the Fred Groth Turkey farm causing a .deep cut from the ankle to the foot •Mr. and Mrs. Fred Tuttle /of Mr. and Mrs. Bert Halsey of Joliet, Illinois are spending a few I vZtm^ W if ng i° n £ ere in d»v S vww in t>,» „A-J PostvlUe last Thursday. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Daniel A. Jerald, days visiting in the home of |his mother, Mrs. Bert E. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Tuttle drove back to Postville with his mother after she had spent several days in their ho\oe in Joliet. \ who left here in 1895 and had been operating a tailor shop, will be remembered by older residents. The Halseys took pictures of what they believed to be her fathers place of --.^ - Christofferson will be heard on the "Let's Go Visiting" radio program on Thursday, July 8, over radio station WHO, Des Moines, at 12 p. m. as a guest of Med Maxwell farm interviewer. in Clarkston, Washington ^Information has been Teceivld P usiness which is now occupied by here that Mr. and Mrs. Herman ! he v & J Cafe - Th e Jeralds are the' . am ^ dio T :15 k all '« Students who are going to work during the summer vacation in work that is covered by the Social Security Act must have social security account numbers according (o Philip A. Beardsley, manager of the social security field office in Winona, Minnesota. This applies to all students no matter what their ages, or whether they expect to work only temporarily, part time, or only for a few hours. The number of workers in the firm or es tablishment where the students ex, pect to work is immaterial. Even if the student will be the only em ployee of the firm, he will need a social security account number. Students who have had social security cards but have lost them ^should apply for duplicate cards Well in advance of the time they expect to go to work. Since all applications for duplicate cards must be checked against the original applications, it takes approximately one week before a duplicate card can be issued. All wages which are reported for students with social security numbers' will be credited to their social security accounts. Such wages will be used in determining their eligibility and the amount of their social security benefits. Those from out of town here to attend the Lee B. Folsom funeral last Wednesday were Mrs. Vernn .Stockman, Mrs. Paul Scholz, Roy •Hammel, Earl Hammel, Harlan Webster, June Webster. Marie Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hammel and Mrs. Maurie Derksen, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, Mr. and| Mrs. F. J. McDonald of Mason City. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinman of Danvenport, Mr. and Mrs. Melbert Folsom and Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Folsom of St. Cloud, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. William Folsom. Wayne and Esther and Mrs. Hohause of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Simpson. Mr. and Mrs. Max Morrison and' Alonzo Folsom of Osage, Dick Folsom of Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Austin Folsom and Myrtle of .Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Chct Hanson and Bert Sechler of Independence. J. Kenneth Sanders of Tryon, North Carolina. Mrs. John Reincke, Hinsdale, Illinois. George [/McClure and daughter, Dale and Susan Keiser and Frank Stark of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. BASEBALL FAN Cpl. Monroe Writes From Colorado Springs The following letter was received this week from Cpl. and Mrs. Edwin H. Monroe from Colorado Springs, Colorado where he is stationed with the U. S. Army: Dear Friends— I'm just sitting around here doing nothing so I'll try to write you a few lines to let you know that we are getting along fine and hope everyone around home is the same. Donna is working in a cafe up town and she doesn 't get off work till eleven tonight so I just sit around home till then and go meet her when she comes home. She has a pretty good job and she likes it fine. She works six days a week from three in the afternoon until eleven at night. Well, I'm getting along as good as ever and I hope I can keep it up because I'll be getting out of the army the first of November and I can hardly wait till that time comes. When I get out of the army we are coming home and start farming. Well, I received an award the other day. Its a commendation award for driving for six months without having any accidents or anything. Our Colonel gave it to | me and he said I was a darn good driver so I guess I'll have to keep being that way won't I? The weather sure in nice down here now and I sure hope it stays this way and I hope it is nice up that way, too. Well, I can't think of anything more to write so will close hoping that everyone is fine up" that way these days; and will be seeing you before very long. We got the Postville Herald today and it sure seems good to get it. too. There is nothing like the good old horrte town to hear from. Yours Sincerely, Donna and Edwin. f °rmerly| ' married;] Former Postville . UUUJ Man Married Recently, Word was received hert week of the recent marrijji'j Miss " Marjorle • Piggrcm, ot Francisco, California, t 0 Mndorin, son of Mrs. dorin of McGregor, Postville". They were uu St. Paul's Catholic Church is j Francisco, May 30. One hundred guests attended'! wedding, including Mr. ami i M. C. Brandt of San Jose, fornia. The bridegroom was gradm from Postville High School in 1 later entering the armed y After discharge froms ervioe l located in San Francisco where! is now making his home. DROWNED At Ute, two year old Royce 1% fell into a stock tank last week was drowned. He had gone c to the barnyard to play with» kittens. FIREMEN WILL MEET HERE ON JULY 12TII The next meeting of the Postville Volunteer Fire Department will be held on Monday evening, July 12, it was announced this week by Burr Cook, fire chief. The firemen will test hose and tire equipment at that time and also discuss plans for the firemen's picnic which will be held in August. A program for that occasion is now being arranged. Iowa's oldest living pharmacist 90-year old Tom Williams of Eddyville, is an ardent baseball fan. He lives near the high school diamond and is frequently called into service as an umpire. Mr. Williams, in spite of his years, still has good eye-sight and hearing. He lives alone with his two dogs. Herald Want Ads bring results. Mrs. Francis Klingman and Dale DeSart, of the John Falb and Sons Company of Elgin, and Miss Opal Gordanier and Truman Overeen, of Falb Motor and Implement, attended a Chevrolet parts and accountant meeting at Hotel President in Waterloo last Thursday. The Republican county convention will be held in Waukon on Friday morning in the assembly room of the court house beginning at 10:00 a. m. Delegates from Post township are Ralph Bachtell, Leon Chamberlain, John Falb, Fred Hangartner, C. C. Hoth, L. L. Hill, William J. Klingbeil, W. A. Kneeland, E. C. Marston, A. L. Peterson and HarpJd. Schroeder. DRESSES... for Vacation Wear FOR JUNIORS . . . TRUDY HALL AND DORIS DODSON $9.98 to $16.98 In Clarke county, measurements conducted by Lyle Miller showed that corn grew three inches within a 24 hour period, tit will do better when the weather warms up!) NOTICE! We have JUST RECEIVED a carload of WOVEN WIRE POSTS and BARBED WIRE Louis L. Hil Hardware, Heating] and Plumbing Holiday Food Specials FRIDAY and SATURDAY—JULY 2 and 3 Red, Ripe, Juicy WATERMELONS At Market Price Ripe, Juicy, 'Big Mc' Jurabol CANTALOUPE, each —29e.f Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr spent Tuesday and Wednesday visiting various Holstein farms in Wisconsin and Illinois and attended the annual Holstein Breeders picnic held at the A. J. Johnson farm near Elkader. The inspection made them realize that the Iowa cattle and farms were the best. Others in attendance at the picnic were Dale and Ruth Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Behn. FOR WOMEN and MISSES . . . GEORGIANA and COLONIAL $5.98 to $16.98 FOR CHILDREN . . . CINDERELLAS $1.98 to $4.98 pmamieiapiMiiiBimii At the Elevatoi SALVAGE WHEAT — * Coming Soon Another carload of Standard and Flour Middlings Hall Roberts'Son Postville, Iowa FOR TODDLERS . . . NANNETTES $2.19 to $3.98 EXTRA SPECIAL Men's Blue Denim OVERALLS Blue Bell and Langwear Brand Sizes 36 to 46 Waist $2.25 PAIR I HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Red Ripe, U.S. No. 1 Tomatoes, per lb— ...19c Full of Juice Sunkist Lemons, dozen- ...55c California Valencia Oranges, 3 dozen- ...59c Calif. White Rose New Potatoes. 10 lbs- ___49c Corn Flakes, Kellogg's. 2 packages 35c Milk, Standby Evaporated, 3 tall cans— ...43c Peanut Butter, Skippy, 1 pound jar ...39c Citrus Salad, Orange and Grapefruit, Sections, Tricolor, No. 2 size can- ..23c Grapefruit Juice, Standby, 46 oz. can ... 21c Jft Olives, Garden Queen, per jar ..73c 29c" Salad Dressing, Garden, quart jar for— ..63c Peanuts, Fresh Roasted, per pound -29c Spam—Bake, Fry or Grill it—12 oz. can.. -53c Corn, Standbv WTiol* Kernel. 2 No. 2 cans-4jj| *ruit Cocktail, Standbv. No. 1 tall can- -29c Shoe Strinjr Potatoes. 2 4-oz. cans- .M Standby New Process Boston Style Oven M impress toffee, Drio or Regular, lb. can. -5jl standby Pure Strawberry Preserves; m 1 lb. jars; per dozen jars m Mid Summer Sfllf 41 Thi ie Farmers Stofl Telephone No. 231 Postville, W

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