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July 14, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE root. Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGmnno Fred L. Martin Publishers SBtered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year in Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, JULY 14, 1948. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hughes recently moved to Preston, Minnesota where Mr. Hughes has purchased a business. ./*"• • •'' "• / Harlan Reinhardt recently sold bis residence property' at Luana to Louis E. Miller, according to J. T. Humphrey, who sold the property IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 15, 16 and 17 'ALBUQUERQUE' —with Randolph Scott, Barbara Britton. George "Gabby" Hayes and Russell Hayden Filmed in Stunning Cinecolor! Here'? or.e of the very finest •Westerns" that brains and money can put together. Jam-packed with action, thrills and no little comedy. The scenes are filmed in the mountains and on the plains of New Mexico and are beautiful beyond compare. Old George Hayes, as usual, is more than good. This ninety-minute "Western" is outstanding film- fare for everyone. ALSO News Reel; and a Pete Smith Short Reel entitled, "HAVE YOU EVER WONDERED?" Htllnilllinitllllll SUNDAY - MONDAY JULY 18 and 19 "THE BISHOP'S WIFE" I with Cary Grant, Loretta Young, David Niven, James Gleason and Gladys Cooper Wholesome and delightful . . . [ •This is really something differ- I ent. A simple, charming film that takes the beholder into an intimate family circle. It is one of those pleasantly surprising pictures that makes everyone, young or old. feel glad that they are seeing a fine picture. Comedy touches, tinged with a little satire abound in the story of a young bishop whose ambition is | to erect a new church and of his young wife whose principal | aim in life is to regain his love. In comes an imaginary angel in the person of Gary Grant, who, with his mater-of-fact. nonchalant charm, straightens everything out. Here is a film that is as heart-warming as "The Miracle of the Bells" in a different w'ay. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Miumiitmiiiniit iiiniitntiiiiit TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JULY 20 and 21 "NEVADA" —with Bob Mitchom and Barbara Hale A Zane Grey Western that is jammed with action. Just one of the very best of its kind. ALSO « MR. HEX —with The Dead End Kids Which include Buniz Hall and Leo Gorcey and the others Lots of comedy and action! These kids are big favorites with | most everyone. Tuesday & Wednesday CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and« Mrs, James Overland were in Cedar Falls visiting last Sunday. Lloyd Palmer went to Aanoka, Minnesota last Monday, called by the illness of his mother. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family visited Sunday with Mrs. John P. McLean in Fayette. Miss Edna Benz of Northfield. Minnesota spent Saturday and Sunday in the Boyd B. Turner home. Frank Suchanek of Dubuque came Thursday to visit friends here. He returned home Saturday. C. N. Hart spent several days last week visiting in the home of his s^ister, Mrs. J. L. Clark, in Kanawha. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, tVVt R I Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green of St. Charles, Illinois were weekend visitors in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Story of Ft. Madison visited in the Lenard Allen home over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. John Harwood of Springfield, Illinois were weekend visitors in the Douglas Lootnis home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler were in Denver visiting at the home of his brother, Willis Tyler, over Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier visited at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckstein at Waverly last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Truman Overeen were in Oelwein and Waterloo over the weekend visiting friends and relatives. Mrs. Cora Krambeer and Evelyn were in Elkader last Sunday attending a Walters reunion held at the Elkader Recreation Park. Mrs. Joe Harnack and Mrs. Walter Heins were at Dubuque last Sunday visiting Mrs. Betty Hohn, who is_a ..saUen.VJn, JbfeiiQsjjjtal^\, Emmett Helgerson reports 500 cups of coffee went to thirsty patrons who visited his store dur- IjjfljMhe opening held last Saturdgjy|t ,ester Robbins home. Mrs. William Eberling and Alice were in Madison. Wisconsin last week visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elery Neuhring and family. Mrs. Thomas Powers of Marion, Ohio is visiting this week in the John Powers home. She is also visiting relatives in Clermont. A number of Postville people were in Decorah last Sunday attending the hill climb sponsored by the Little Switzerland Motorcycle Club. ter, Cheryl, are spending several days this week visiting at the H. E. Troy home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. \ Mr. and Mrs. John Gilmore and son. Jack, and Miss Inez Larson of Des Moines, and Donald Fields of Ames spent the weekend at the Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruene of Gladbrook visited Thursday in the Boyd B. Turner home. Mr. and Mrs. Faye Harris of Gary, Indiana were visiting friends and relatives in Postville Monday morning. Miss Pauline Davis of Chattanooga. Tennessee left for her home Saturday after spending a week in the Henry Paulson home. Mr. and Mrs. George L. Marsh of Chicago were here visiting during the stay of James McEwen and Mrs. Louise McEwen at the Beucher homes. School Census Shows Gain In Eligiblcs I TJie.school census, conducted in Ifie school district every two years, was completed last week and showed a gain 24 in the age range of five to - 21 years, according, to Keith Gray, secretary ofjthebonrdi The census was conducted by William J. Klingbeil this year. A total of 296 youths between the ages of five and 21 were counted this year in comparison to a count of 272 made two years ago. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schroeder, Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder, Mrs. Lena Schroeder and Mrs. John Kohrs were in Castalia Sunday visiting at the Thomas Monroe home. Mr. and Mrs. H. S. Cole and family of Decorah visited Sunday in the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. Mrs. Schissel of Decorah was also a visitor in the Cole home. ,..„,„, . Mr - and Mrs. James Schlee and Mrs. Allard Nyberg and daugh-4 Kathryn Jo, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee, Mary Jane and Dick, were Saturday evening visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben H. Baethke of Cresco. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Bencher and family of Kansas City. Missouri came Monday for several days visit in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher. Mrs. Carl Johnson and Elloyce of Hartland. Minnesota were weekend visitors in the homes of 3Ur. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Mr. and Mrs.) Verni Brandt at Clermont. ! ! Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton spen/t the weekend at the home of her brother. Arthur Honn. at Colesburg, who is buttermaker there? From Colesburg they went to Dubuque to visit relatives and friends. black casts the smartest Mr. and Mrs. Louis McNally and Twila Jane, Mrs. R. E. McNally and Mrs. Hittie McFaul attended the wedding of Aulden Trudo and Nadine Forde at Waukon Saturday morning. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hill and Louis Hill. Jr. are visiting poinis in the east and Mr. Hill is attending the National Retail Hardware Association meeting being held in Atlantic City, New Jersey. Mrs. Harold Rima is visiting in Elkader and Waterloo this week. She is visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer at Elkader and is visiting at the home of Mr. Rima's sister, Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Glass at Waterloo. FINAL RITES HELD FOR CASTALIA RESIDENT Funeral services were held Tuesday at the Schutte Funeral Home for Mrs. Vivis Bollman, 53, of Castalia .who passed away at the hospital in Decorah last Saturday eve ning. Rev. L. R. Meinecke, pastor of the Zion Lutheran Church, of Castalin officiated. Burial was at Castalia. Mrs. Bollman is survived by two daughters and one son in addition to her husband. The obituary will be printed in the Herald next week. Insisting on the right-of-way never determines who is right, but who is left. Five decks of cattle were shipped from Postville over the Milwaukee line the past week. Musician First Class Cy Harris reenlisted in the navy the first week of July at the naval base atj Memphis. Tennessee for a two year! tour of duty. He has completed: six years in the navy prior to this* enlistment. -"^ 1 f" Mrs. R. R. Douglass was in Des "Moines Friday to attend the funeral 'of Mrs. T. S. (Cora) Stevens nee Patterson, one of the early pioneer families of the Minert community, ilrs. Stevens was 81 years old at 'the time of her death. Her father was formerly a pastor at the United \jBrethern Church at Bethel. Weekend guests at the L. R. Jack son home were Ethel Jackson of Washington, D. C, Mrs. George Jackson of Toledo, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Carpenter of Tama, and Mr. and Mrs. Edward Carpenter and children of Waterloo. Miss Betty Douglass concluded her visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray R. Douglass, Sunday and returned to Washington. D. C, to continue her work with American University of International Control of atomic energy. Kathryn Falb, who had been visiting in the J. Kenneth Sanders home at Tryon, North Carolina returned last Thursday and was met at Prairie du Chien by her grandfather, John Falb, who drove her from there to Clear Lake to join her parents who were on vacation there. The Falb family returned to Postville Tuesday from Clear Lake. "Slor Tmt," h in HM tig Ti«»... Dora Dodion'i Very 1948 way vtn block •oyoB cr*p«, block rayon tofft'la. Pfoetod pepfcm tve -pwotr, 9 to J 5. $16.95 Huebner's GENERAL MERCHANDISE WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 19 ounce can for. 19c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, 2 packages for 15c 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 49c Realemon Juice, 12 oz. bottle..25c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for 15c Sunsweet Prune Juice, quart bottle for .29c V-8 Vegetable Juice, 46 ounce can for 39c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Sections, per can. _...20c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Sections, sweetened, per can only 26c Mayflower Tomatoes, 2 cans ...35c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for 35c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for only..... _...27c Chef Paulin's Chicken- Noodle Dinner, pint jar. 35c Jack Sprat Crushed Pineapple, No. 2 can for. 35c Hawaiian Crushed Pineapple, 7 ounce can for 17c JACK SPRAT PRESERVES AND JELLIES SALMON TUNA SARDINES BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The f ACK SPEAT Store James McEwen of Pasadena, California and his mother, Mrs. Louise McEwen of Denver. Colorado left today after spending several days visiting O. J. and L. O. Beucher homes. Jim drove from California and picked up his mother in Denver and brought her here. Mrs. L. J. Masonhall left Tuesday for Rochester, Minnesota for a two day visit with her daughter, Mrs. Glen Blakeman and familv. The largest crowd of the season attended the dance at the Big-Four Fair Pavilion last night. It was estimated that 700 people were in attendance. ONLY TWO BIRTHS ABE RECORDED AT HOSPITAL Only two births were recorded at the Postville hospital during the past week, both of the new arrivals being girls. Following are the births as recorded. Daughter born to Mr. and Mrs. Alois Swenson of Castalia, July 11, weighing five pounds 10 ounces. Daughter born to Mr, and Mrs. Delbert Reincke of Postville, July 12, weighing six pounds 13 ounces. ' One Medical Patient The hospital also handled one medical patient. Josephine Durno of Postville was admitted Tuesday for medical treatment. Kill Weeds, Insects At The Same Time Kill the grasshoppers the same time you kill the weeds along your fence rows, Allamakee county extension director recommended this week. He says there are a lot of grasshoppers in vegetation along fence" rows. When the farmer sprays with 2,4-D to kill weeds the grasshoppers aren't injured, but they get hungry when the vegeta- lion is destroyed and move into the crop unless something is done to prevent it. There is a double-blow control method, recommended by two^ Iowa State. College specialists, t ot i trolling both weeds and hopi According to information tt <M tanist E. P. Sylwester, and j mologiat Harold Gunderson, l3 to kill weeds, and chlordanwij phehe (chlorinated camphemyj control grasshoppers, can be jj together and applied at th« j time, I Sylwester says to use 2,4-D| kills weeds where the uni, ^ er is grass. Apply thrce-M pound per acre when the wj are actively growing. GwiJe, says to add one pound ol a« chlordan or one and onei pounds of actual toxaphene i acre to the 2,4-D to kill the gj hoppers. Both chemicals are! tainable as liquid concentrate 'J the mixture can be applied # low -gallonage spraying equipijj Use the same precautions as i sraying DDT. LATE WANT ADS* For Sale— John Deere Modeil Tractor, completely overtax equipped with starter and and hydraulic lift. Olson I ment Company. Your John ; Store in Postville. Farmers will profit by flv through more meat and milk j duction from their livestock Mr. and Mrs.- Ray Tomsheck of Harvey, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Baumgartner of Elgin were visitors Saturday in the Rex Medberry home. A family dinner was held at the Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindalc home last Sunday following the baptism of their son, Benjamin Frederick, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church Sunday morning. Those attending the dinner were: Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Ludwig,- Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz and Helen, Don Martindale, Mrs. Gunda Martindale, Miss Ruth Hilliger, Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook and family, and the Misses, Libby, Elsie and Etelka Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz returned this week from the two weeks vacation to points in the west including the Black Hills, Badlands, Yellowstone National Park, Sun Valley, Idaho, points in Nebraska and California. On the route they stopped to visit Mr. and Mrs. Ira Brooks at Gooding, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Alden Albertson at Wendell, Idaho, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Wirsching and family of Reno, Nevada, and Mr. and Mrs. Bert Oldman at Encampment, Wyoming. The street paving crews are continuing work at a good pace and this week completed the one block stretch of concrete extending west from the Rock Island depot. The Hansen & Matson Company is planning for a grand opening to be held at their new location Saturday. July 24. Full details of the opening will be in next week's issue of the Herald. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Sonnkalb and son David, left Friday for their new home in Washington, D. C. following a visit here with their parents. Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Sonn­ kalb and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher, and families. The Paul Sonnkalbs motored to Dubuque Monday and returned with his mother, Mrs. E. C. Sonn­ kalb, who submitted to an operation at Mercy hospital. Mrs. Ben Buren, her daughter, also returned here and left for her home in Le land, Tuesday. Roy Knight,- new manager of Postville Farmers Cooperative Society, arrived Tuesday to take over his duties. His wife and daughter are remaining at their home in Elgin for the present but will move here within the next few weeks as living quarters become available. Weather SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JULY 16 and 17 FRESH CALIFORNIA PEACHES For Canning—At Market Price! Standby Strawberry Preserves, lb. jar 49c Standby Figs, regular size can for 21c Standby Apricots, Halves, Heavy Syrup, No. 2'/ 2 Size can for 35c Kellogg's Rice Krispies, 2 packages for 27c Cherry, Strawberry, Orange Flavor, Zephyr Hot Weather Beverage, 2 bot.__15c California RED TOMATOES Ripe and Meaty Per Pound 19 c Tri-Colored Citrus Segments, Royal Rio Brand, 2 cans for 39c Pink Salmon, West Coast, V 2 lb. can 39c Baker's Sweet Chocolate, 4 oz. pkg., 2 for___25c Spreads Like Butter—Something New! Pabsette Cheese, 2 pound box for $1.17 Palm Olive Soap, 6 bars for __55c CANTALOUPE—Arizona "Big Mc" Giant Size 25c The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa BASEBALL At Smith Athletic Field — Postville Sunday, July I8t(i| Game to start at 2:15 P. M. t Guttenberg Junior Legion _vs. Postville Junior Pirates Guttenberg's Junior Legion Team is the cham-l pion of Clayton County in the Junior Division! vfaAmOti* ELECTRIC RANCll Y° u 01,1 "^ke a bow" for every meal you prepare on in L&H Automatic Electric Range.' You can "star" as aM set appetites tingling, put healthful roses in family cheeks... with th e automatic perfection of L&H cootfcry ! For you'll cock fast — with L&H high speed units. And you'll cook better with L&H accurate automatic controls. You'll spend" less time a t't, too, have more Uisurt, enjoy home-making more. irha HARD WABE PLUMIING

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