Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on July 21, 1948 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, July 21, 1948
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VAOE roc*. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WIDNB8DAY, Jiat Postville Herald Clifford W. DcGarme Fred Lu Martin Publishers Intered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE J2.50 Per Year ID Allamakee, Clayton, Payette and Winneshiek Counties, Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, JULY 21, IMS. Joseph B. Steele was a business «aller in Dubuque last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig were in Des Moines Monday on a business trip. Workmen have completed the basement work on the Lorence .Bernhardt home. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cooke left Sunday for a vacation in the BOrthern Minnesota lake country. Iva Peterson attended the Decorah Circuit Luther League contention held in Decorah last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Allard Nyberg and Mrs. O. J. Nyberg were visitors in Ihe Russel Lane home in Waukon .ast Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier were at Waukon Junction on the Mississippi River last Sunday and returned with a good catch of pan fish. IRIS THEATRE . Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 22, 23 and 24 "FRONTIER GIRL" —with Yvonne Di Carlo, Rod Cameron and Andy Devine This , Technicolor "Western" was released two years ago, but never has played at the Iris. •There is action galore in this SO minute feature. It is every bit as good as "Albuquerque." — IN ADDITION — Joe Louis-Walcott FIGHT PICTURES The blow by blow and round by Mid description of their latest flffat. NO ADVANCE IN ADMISSION PRICES! tuimiiitiiimitmtiitiiiinmiii SUNDAY - MONDAY JULY 25 and 26 "IF YOU KNEW SUSIE" —with Joan Davis and Eddie Cantor Audiences who are looking for an hour and a half of laughs should find in this one just that. Eddie and Joan clown and sing their way along in a story that is packed with laughs. Five musical numbers are sung in the Cantor and Davis manner and you know what that means. Bring the whole family for there isn't one single member that won't enjoy It! SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. iMM*miiiiiMmmmMHiw«iM>mwimmw TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY JULY 27 and 28 "THE TENTH AVENUE ANGEL" —with Little Margaret O'Brien George Murpby and Angela Langsbury This cute little girl is immense in this fine film of family life. ALSO "GUN TALK" —with Johnny Mack Brown and Raymond Hatton Lots of action and plenty of thrills in this one. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Lorenz Willman was in Cedar Rapids on business last Tuesday afternoon. L. H. Moodey of Excelsior, Minnesota is a visitor in the R. M. Hecker home. Erma Havlieck and Mrs. Evelyn Havlieck visited Sunday at the Emma H. Burdick home. Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt spent Sunday at Lansing angling for a few of the bigger ones. Mr. and Mrs. Ward Rima of Decorah were Thursday morning visitors in the Harold Rima home. Patricia Herwig spent the weekend visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gehring in Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Scholtes of Sioux City moved to Postville Monday to make their residence here. Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Williamson of Coggon visited Mrs. E. C. Sonn- kalb in the home of Paul L. Sonn- kalb, Sunday. Mrs, Joe Masaracchia and son, Joseph, of Chicago are visiting at the home of her mother, Mrs. Ero- maJJivingood. The Roger Sherman farm five iiniles east of Postville was sold lastj| week to Kenneth Helium, accord?' ing to W. H. Burling. Mrsr "E"."C.'Sonnkalb went to Dubuque last Monday. She was accompanied by Mrs. P. L. Sonnkalb and Marion and her sister, Anna H. Leui. Charles Hoth, Florence Hoth, C. C. Hoth and Herman Schutta attended the funeral of John Hoth which was held in Elkader last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Overland visited at the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland, in Decorah Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner of Mt. Hope, Wisconsin and Mrs. Ray Burham ol Sparta, Wisconsin were Sunday visitors with Joanne; and Joyce Hangartner. i Mr. and Mrs. Max Dayton, Mary and Susan, and Mrs. H. H. Lien from Rockford, Illinois were sup- v per guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson and family Saturday. Elmer Hoth and son, John, left Saturday for a several days fishing trip to lakes in the vicinity of Brainerd, Minnesota, where they hope to snag a few of the bigger ones. John Falb spent the weekend at the cottage in Clear Lake with his family. Mrs. Falb and children will .remain at Clear Lake at the summer cottage thru the remainder of the month. Mr. and Mrs. Alan Beucher re\ turned last weekend from Cornell College where he has completed his, studies and will spend several weeks in the home of his parents', Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Flour, 50 pound bag for 53.69 Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for 3,'c Jack Sprat Grape Jam, 16 ounce jar for 25c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, large 29 oz. can for 21c Jack Sprat Apple Jelly, 12 ounce tumbler .19c Jack Sprat Pudding Powder, 3 packages for _ 2Zc Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for _...35c Jack Sprat Wonder Peas, 4 selve, two 20 oz. cans 39c Crushed Pineapple, 8 oi., 2 cans for 33c Crushed Pineapple, 8 oz., 2 cans for only 30c Jack Sprat Peaches, in heavy syrup, three 29 oz. cans 99c 4B White Cream Corn, 20 ounce can for. 16c IB Prunes, Extra Large, 2 pound pkg. for 39c Carnation Milk, 2 tall cans for 29c JACK SPRAT PRESERVES AND JELLIES MUSTARD SARDINES TUNA SHRIMP SALMON OIL SARDINES CANTALOUPE and WATERMELONS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma Tfca JACK SPRAT Store Oliver Jacobson of near Gunder is a medical patient in the Postville hospital this week. Mr. and Mrs. Charles BrouilleU' Mrs, Lloyd Putnam is on vacation were in Waukon Sunday visiting at | from her duties in the apparel de the Louis Burseth home. Mpartment of Huebner's store. Adeline Pfister, Idayne Plaht and | Frank Hangartner ' has Gladys and Kathleen Meyer wete menced construction of a new ) William J. Klingbeil visited from Oelwein visitors last Thursday, \ lhome located in west Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson were Sunday visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ingvold Hovey in Decorah. Eva Drauemeyer of Rice Lake, Wisconsin was a visitor Thursday"] Miss Murtis Gordanier, who is a afternoon in the Harold Rifna | student nurse at Iowa City,, is home. Mrs. Ralph LaVelle and daughter, Becky have been visiting friends in Minneapolis during the past week. I spending a two weeks vacation in,, ^4 >ker_home here. Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schroeder and Mrs. Ed. F. Schroeder were Sunday dinner guests at the Henry Rekow home. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler were Sunday visitors at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tyler, at Alta Vista. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale and Mrs. Gunda Martindale drove to Mason City Sunday to visit ii the Fred Mickey home. Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Saeugling arid two sons, James and Stephen, are visiting in the Mr. and Mrs. John . Palas and Mrs. Nora McNeil homesN Elaine Green and Phylis Erickson visited Friday and Saturday in Cedar Rapids and continued on to Iowa City where they visited relatives. Mrs. Gus Miller returned from Cloquet, Minnesota last Monday after taking her grandchildrep, Beth and Billy Schroeder, to thep home after a weeks visit here, j I \ ther-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. S. E. Paine of Evanston, Illinois and his father, R. E. Evans of May nard. Melinda Casten left today for Minneapolis, Minnesota where she; will join Dr. and Mrs. Harvison of, 1 ! that city and proceed to points inf! Canada for a vacation period oij three weeks. A change oi address letter this' week gave notice that Major and Mrs. Robert C. Bachtell have arrived at a permanent station in Weisbaden, Germany. Their quarters are at the Palast Hotel there. Charles Heins of San Diego, California returned to his naval duties today after spending several days in the home of his grandmother, Mrs. Mary Heins. He has spent considerable time in the Pacific area. A farm auction sale, which includes 60 head of horses, will be held Saturday, July 31, to settle the estate of the late Lee B. Folsom. Full particulars of the sale will appear in next weeks issue of the Herald. Mrs.;Ray Douglass is a medical patient at the Postville hospital thuuweek , \ Willard Schutte and son, David, returned Friday from a few days trip to the furniture markets in ,~'~jChicBga. com- \ Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Simpson and family of Waverly spent the weekend at the home of Mrs. Clara Helgerson, Mrs. D. N. Eames and son, Robert, of Yardley, Pennsylvania are visiting in the home of her parents, Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kiesau. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Luhman and Valerie returned last Saturday from a ten day tour of northern Michigan, Wisconsin and Minnesota. Miss Elma Berkland of Inwood, a former teacher in the fifth grade in the Postville school, is expected to arrive here this week to be a guest in the H. E. Roberts home. Francte P. Kneeland has taken a position with the western department of the American Insurance Company and left Sunday for Rockford, Illinois to begin work. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred C. Meyer, Kenneth Koth and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Mohs were in the Roger Pearson home last Friday to help Mrs. Pearson celebrate her birthday. • . Mr. and Mrs. Hardan Reinhardt were in Prairie du Chien last Thursday to attend the funeral of Mrs. Ray Valley, who was killed by a bolt of lightning, while fishing. Visitors during the past week at Ml ?' V " Uey W3S aC ° USin ° f Mr ?-' the R. L. Evans home were his broXJ ^^S- 8 —^:-:-. : ^ /Mrs. Edward Kozelka and Mrs. ^Villiam Kozelka were Sunday visitors in Rochester. Minnesota where Jthey went to see Edward Kozelka ''who is recuperating at Campbell Hotel following a recent operation. They report Ed is coming along fine and will soon be ready to come home. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Palas, Fritz and Gretchen, together with Mrs. Bertha 'Klinge of Monona were in Delavan, Wisconsin last Saturday and Sunday to visit Mrs. Ida Klinge and Mrs. Louisa McMonigal, sisters of Mr. Palas and Mrs. Bertha Klinge. They helped Mrs. Ida Klinge celebrate her 80th birthday while there. Mrs. H. E. Roberts and daughter, Nancy, and son. Hall, were in Minneapolis, Minnesota during the first part of the week. Nancy continued on from there to a girl's camp near Brainerd where she will stay for a five-weeks period. Hall, who is employed with the California Packing Company at Sleepy Eye, returned with his mother Tuesday evening for a two weeks visit in the Roberts home here. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa • SUNKIST LEMONS, per dozen only 49c WATERMELONS, Sho-Ant-Sweet Kind, Whole, lb. 4V 2 c See Us for Your . . . CANNING FRUITS CHILLED PIE CHERRIES BING CHERRIES WASHINGTON APRICOTS ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES! PORK & BEANS MORRELL SNACKS 2 large No. 2 l / 2 cans For your lunches 41c 12 oz. can 49c VAN CAMP CATSUP EMPRESS COFFEE 2 bottles for 1 pound can 39c 51c c. & H. CANE SUGAR, 100 pound bag for $8.73 COAL ORDERS! The supply and delivery of coal for your Winter needs will be as big a problem as last year. We have several cars ordered for delivery in the next 30 days. So place your order now and be sure of being comfortable next winter. Mr. and Mrs. Don Estes were in Cedar Rnpids last Friday to spend the day with their daughter. Thursday thru Saturday at the home of his mother, Mrs. H. Mauer man, in Monroe. Mrs. Lee Havlieck and Emma H. Burdick spent last weekend at the home of Mrs. Havlieck's sister, Mrs. Ray Simpson at Osage. Karen and Kaye Cook returned home Monday after spending an enjoyable two weeks at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gilmore Stadsvold at Waukon. Twelve decks of cattle were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line-with six cars going out at one time in one of the biggest recent shipments. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook were weekend visitors in Chicago in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fischer. Don' Martindale took them to Prairie du Chien Friday evening where they boarded the train for Chicago. Clayton County To Post Contour Plowing Contest Mrs. Walter Schara of Coorvallis, Oregon left Monday for her home after visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumhagen and with other relatives and friends. Mrs. Steve Colvin visited in Freeport and Warren, Illinois during her vacation the past two weeks and on her return from there stopped in Davenport to visit her children. She visited at the Chris Gigague home in Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Taylor of Waukegan, Illinois and Mrs. Adolph Fredericks of Williamsfield, Illinois visited Saturday and Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. Mrs. John Burrow and grandson, Danny Schultz, accompanied them back to Illinois for a weeks visit, having left Tuesday. Miss Maxine Jackson returned last weekend from a four weeks vacation trip thru points of interest in the west. She was accompanied by two school teacher friends. They visited Yellowstone National Park, Portland, Oregon, Los Angeles and San Francisco, California, Salt Lake City and Los Veges, Nevada and points in Colorado and Nebraska. September 8 is the date set by the contour plowing contest and field day committee for the Clayton county annual contest this year. At present the place has not been determined but some plans are being made to continue the event along the lines similar to the one the past year. Competition has been keen among the contestants during the past few years and it is hoped that this year more will want to participate in the contest and still others will want to look over their work. A.number of features are being planned this year such as equipment that will do a good job of cutting trash, and other ground preparation equipment. Other entertainment features will be provided. Happy Hour Study Club Holds Meeting. The Happy Hour Study Club entertained the Home Garden Club and guests at a ten party in the home of Mrs. John Doerring, Wednesday, July 14. The program consisted of group singing and a band number by three of the Doerring children. The guest speaker on the program was Mildred Overeen, who reviewed the book "Hope of Earth" by Runbeck. 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