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PAGE FOC*. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, Jt) LY ^ Postville Herald • Clifford W. DcGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers Entered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE S2.50 Per Year In Allamakee. Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere S3.00 Per Year, WEDNESDAY, JULY 28, 1948. Clifton Miichel was a visitor in East Dubuque last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell were in La Crosse, Wisconsin Monday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass attended the funeral of Clint Moore which was held at Fredericksburg last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner of Mt. Hope. Wisconsin were Sunday visitors with their daughters, Joyce and Joanne. Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson of Chicago. Illinois were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. liester F. Willman. Miss Dorothy Schultz returned Sunday from a vacation trip to California and will spend the remainder of the summer vacation months in the home of her parents. JVIr. and Mrs. Luver Schultz. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY JULY 29, 30 and 31 "BLACK BART" —with Yvonne DeCarlo. Jeffrey Lynn and Dan Duryea Another big Technicolor Western that is jam-packed with action and thrills and the scenic backgrounds are out of this world. The out of door shots were taken in the Mojave Desert and the Sierra Madre foothills. "BLACK BART" was a once- famous outlaw of Arizona and New Mexico history and was as famous in those states as the James Boys were in the middle west iiMtitititintm nnniMiiiHHMununn SUNDAY - MONDAY AUGUST 1 and 2 "THE TIME OF THEIR LIVES" —with Abbott and Costello There is no sense nor reason in the antics of this crazy pair, yet boxoffice records for the entire nation show these two boys to be the absolute tops in popularity among the screen's comedians. There is no doubt about their popularity here in Postville. For a "time of your life" see these two "nuts'" in this sidesplitting comedy. This is not a new picture, being released in 1946. but it has never played in Postville. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. Miniimii«ii »TtM »uMninnniiimitii TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 3 and 4 "THE DALTONS RIDE AGAIN" —with Alan Curtis and Martha O'Driscoll Recently this theater played, "The Daltons Rode." Business was swell. Here is the sequel to that one. Plenty of action in this fine film. ALSO "LITTLE MISS BIG" —with Fay Holden and Little Beverly Simmons Here is what the film industry terms a "sleeper." (A film that is only supposed to be a filler, but which turns out to be a box- office slam.) This is another fine family film. Tuesday & Wednesday , /•— tare — CASH NIGHTS ! Rudy Hartwig was a business caller in Cresco last Monday afternoon. Jack Meyer was at Garnavillo last Friday and Saturday setting up a new house. Sunday guests in the Harold Schroeder home were Mr. and Mrs. Mike Schatz of West Union.' Mrs. George C. Eder and children were in Oelwein last Sunday attending the Diamond Jubilee celebration there. Mr. and Mrs. Louis J. Trunecek of Cedar Kapids came Sunday for a visit in the Otto Beucher and L. O. Beucher homes. Mrs. Ted Anderson and son, Richard, spent Sunday and Monday at La Crosse. Wisconsin and at Winona, Minnesota. Weekend visitors in the Kermit James home were his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Robert James of Des Moines. Dr. C. M. Morgan attended the Republican state convention in Des Moines last Friday as a delegate from Allamakee county. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frese motored to Lansing last Sunday with their son. Bob. and left him there at the home of his grandparents to stay a week. Virginia Oldag. RN. will leave her nursing duties at the Postville Hospital for a new assignment at Worrel Hospital at Rochester, Minnesota. Mr, and Mrs. Douglas Loomis were Sunday visitors at Caledonia, Minnesota. Vivian Appel went to Chicago, Illinois Saturday to spend a week with her sister, Mrs. Eugene Youngberg. Mrs. Meta Moore of Minneapolis, Minnesota arrived Friday evening for a visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. W. J. Hanks. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy and family were Sunday visitors at the home of her mother in Waukon Mrs. Alma Fitzgerald. Mrs. Russell Lane and Mr. and Mrs. Derwin Bernitz, all of Wau kon, spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. AHard Nyberg. Mr. and Mrs. John Falb and family returned Saturday from their vacation stay at Clear Lake where they had spent several weeks. Mrs. F. J. Kirschmeyer and family of Waukegan, Illinois and Mrs. H. M. Herrick of St. Olaf were Sun day guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Harris of Louisville, Kentucky spent several days visiting in the Warner Harris home and with her mother, Mrs. Charles Ulish at Monona. The Harris' are moving to Oregon to make their home. Mrs. Francis Lichty of Rochelle. Illinois is visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. O. J. Nyberg and with other relatives and friends in Postville and Gunder. The five youths attending the Presbyterian camp at Cedar Falls returned to their homes last Thurs- I day after a week's outing. Those j attending were: Dick Klingbeil. 1 Frank Roberts, Peggy Kerr, Joanne j Green and Diane Douglass. A guest last week at the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks was their granddaughter, Nancy Lange of Decorah. who spent from Thursday thru Monday on a vacation visit. Frank Eaton of Long Beach, California, well known in this vicinity, who has been seriously ill at his home, is now able to be out of bed part of the time and moves about a little. Mrs. Anna Mohs received word this week from her -daughter, Mrs. Florence Froning of Readlyn that their son, Leo Froning, had enlisted in the naval service and was inducted at the Great Lakes naval base. Miss Judith Thoma, who has been attending summer school at Ames, returned to her home last week. She was met at Independence by her mother. Mrs. Lawrence Thoma, and sister, Marg, who drove hei back from there. A. L. Peterson and Mr. and Mrs. Duane C. Peterson returned last Friday from a three weeks vacation trip to Washington, D. C. and other points of interest in the east. Mr. and Mrs. Duane Peterson left Sat urday for their home in Des Moines. EE? WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Salad Dressing:, quart jar for 59c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 19c Jack Sprat Peach Preserves, 16 ounce jar for _ 27c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Sections, per can. _..26c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 30c Jack Sprat Apricots, three 29 ounce cans for only $1.00 Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for 27c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Sections, per can 50c Jack Sprat Boysenberries, in heavy syrup, 20 oz. can 35c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, 4 packages for .29c Jack Sprat Gelatine Dessert, 4 packages for 29c Jack Sprat Pudding Powder, 4 packages for 29c Bulk White Pickling Vinegar, per gallon. 39c Bulk Cider Vinegar, gal 49c 4-B White Cream Corn, per 20 ounce can. 16c 4-B Prunes, large, 2 lbs 39c Jack Sprat Raisins, 2 pound package for 32c JACK SPRAT PRESERVES MUSTARD SARDINES SHRIMP TUNA SALMON IMPORTED OIL SARDINES CANTALOUPE WATERMELON CAMPBELL'S SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK 8FEAT Store Elmer Hoth and son, John, r«* turned last weekend from a fishing trip to lakes in the vicinity of Brainerd, Minnesota and report fishing was good. They returned with stories of several good catches and also stories of several that got away. Ray Brainard, who is attending summer school at Upper Iowa University at Fayette, brought' five of his fellow students along home with him last Friday and Saturday afternoons to help his father, George Brainard and his brothers shock the oat crop. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook family were in Mason City Monday on a business trip. and last Only five decks of cattle were shipped from Postville' during the past week over the Milwaukee line. Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher drove to Winona, Minnesota last Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Dora E. Bierbaum of Griswold left for home Saturday after spending a week with her cousin, Mrs. Cora Krambeer. James Gregg and Ted Anderson went by train to Chicago last Saturday night where they spent several days visiting the Train show there. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christofferson, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence E. Reinhardt, and Jackie and Marilyn Backhaus were Sunday visitors at Lamont. Mr. and Mrs. George E. Cooke'] returned this week from lakes in Northern Minnesota where they spent a week fishing. They report a number of good catches. Eighteen of Postville's Kiwanians journeyed to Monona last Monday evening and joined with the club there for a special meeting. Postville presented the program. Miss Nancy Kneeland, daughter of'Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland, was presented in a piano recital at St. Paul's assembly room last Sunday evening by her instructor, Mrs. F. R. Ludwig.. Mrs. Lucy Chriss, 87, former resident of Postville, died at her home in Los Angeles last week. An obituary is expected next week with the arrival of Mrs. Chriss' ashes for burial here in Postville cemetery. Mr. and Mrs, L. R. Jackson and daughter, Maxine. spent Thursday and Friday of last week in Mar- shnlltown on business. Charles Ermatinger and Will Kurth of Chippewa Falls, Wisconsin were weekend visitors in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta. Mr. and Mis. Howard Leui returned to Rochester, Minnesota on Sunday where Mr. Leui is going through the Mayo clinic. They had spent the weekend here. Dolores Erickson left last Wednesday morning with Albert, Elmer. Marlene and Wayne Erickson for Mcintosh. Minnesota where they will be visiting several weeks. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole received word this week that they were grandparents again with the arrival of Cathleen Ann born to their daughter, Mrs. Francis Heaverlo. of Cedar Rapids. Bob Burling is spending this week and next in attendance at a short course at Iowa State College at Ames on "Appraisal of Farm Lands." The course is offered by the American Institute of Real Estate Appraisers. Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mrs. Vic Walter, Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Bertha Schroeder, and Mrs. Louise Meyer attended the funeral of their cousin, Mrs. Matilda Ingersols. which was held at Algona last Saturday. and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy their grandson, Bob Hubbell, returned last Wednesday from their vacation trip to points in the east and report an interesting and enjoyable time. They were in Washington, D. C, points in Canada, Kentucky and many other spots. Dinner guests in honor of Lester Willman's birthday Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman were: Mr. and Mrs. William Nelson of Chicago, Illinois, Mrs. Amelia Willman, Mrs. Elsie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schmidt, Kathy and Renee and Mrs. Margaret Wilker. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis R. Kious of Columbus, Ohio returned to their home Tuesday after a visit to her mother. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. Other guests in the Schmidt home this week were Mrs. George Spurgeon and family of Galva, who arrived last Thursday, and Mr. Spurgeon flew in Sunday to spend the day. Mrs. Spurgeon is staying on here for a few more days. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and his brother and wife of Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. William Tyler, are spending this week at lakes in the vicinity of Brainerd. Minnesota angling for some of the larger fish found in the Minnesota lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bertelson and Mr. and Mrs. Leon Olson left last Friday for Parker, South Dakota where they attended the funeral of Mr. Bertelson's father, Arne Bertelson. Mr. Bertelson passed away Wednesday. The funeral was Saturday. The annual Lenth reunion was held at Pikes Peak at McGregor last Sunday with the following Postville people in attendance: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lammert, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Lammert, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert and family and Martha and Rolinda Lammert. Mrs. George Kinsel of Dunkerton, who has been convalescing the last few weeks at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Klemme and Bonnie, was taken to West Union Friday evening for a short visit with her other daughter, Mrs. Edwin Mittlestadt and family. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa ! SEE US FOR YOUR CANNING FRUITS CHILLED PIE CHERRIES 'PEACHES WASHINGTON APRICOTS ALL AT REASONABLE PRICES TIDE WASHING POWDER 34c Pure Vegetable Shortening— CRISCO, 3 pound can __$1.21 SALAD DRESSING, Garden, qt. 61c Luncheon Meat— MORRELL SNACKS, 12 oz. can 49c 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. Ed Kozelka returned to his home here last Wednesday after a three weeks stay in Rochester, Minnesota where he underwent an operation. He is still in the recuperating stage and will not be able to resume his regular duties at the Hall Roberts' Son Elevator for a few weeks yet. Mr. and Mrs. George Sander. Mrs. Harry Gordon of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sander. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Sander. Mr. and Mrs. Harlen Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Sander. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sander and Mrs. Louis Thoma of Postville attended the funeral of Mrs. Emma Klagos at Reedsberg, Wisconsin last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Gilson and granddaughter. Connie Mae Beisker of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Meine and family and Miss Meta and Velma Meine of Luana, and Mr. and Mrs. Laraldo Wahls and family of Castalia were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Wahls and family. LATE WANT ADS ! Wanted large size, and quarts, Iowa. • Good used tricycle, Also fruit jars, pints Gene Kuehl, Luana, 39p. QUALITY | UNIFORMITY DIRECT-TO THESE FOUR THINGS MAKE SKELGA QUALITY is the keystone of Skelgas. 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DINNER CONTESTS : BALL GAME DEMONSTRATIONS ENTERTAINMENT ALL THE TIME ! * HORSESHOE PITCHING Elimination to start at 10:00 a.m.; Finals in afternoon. * BASEBALL GAME Monona vs. Postville * VARIOUS CONTESTS For Young and Old Prizes For All! * BICYCLE RACES Girls: 12 years and under, and 12 to 16 years. Boys: 12 years and under, and 12 to 16 years. * PRIZE For The LARGEST FAMILY ATTENDING. * PRIZE FOR OLDEST LAD] & OLDEST MAN PRESENT See the Fire Truck Demonstration Bring your picnic baskets for the big dinner we'll all eat gether at noon. Bring your own dishes and *'\ vCl T £J Coffee and Ice Cream furnished at noon by the Fire lw 1 SEE THE SCOTT AIR-PAK IN OPERATION the latest in Gat Mask protection.