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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, AUGUST 4, Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGanno Frrd L. Martin Publishers Entered at the PostoiTice, 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. AUGUST 4. 1948. Mrs. Emma Gunderson and Verla •were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kozelka. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Malone of Chicago were weekend visitors in the Mrs. J. M. Thoma and Donald Fol com homes. Kussell Harris, Don Heins and Joanne Hangartner were in Mt. Hope. Wisconsin Sunday visiting her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John A. Walsh and Johnny of Richmond, Indiana are visiting in the home of her parents, Br. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. "Vernon Gericke of Charles City spent several hours Sunday visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb was in Dubuque last Monday being accompanied by her son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Sonnkalb. Mr. and Mrs. Don Estes returned from Michigan last Thursday after spending several days of their vacation visiting points of interest there. Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner and family were Sunday visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ralph "Turner and family in Grand Meadow, Minnesota. John and Bob Hubbell returned to their hoine in Wauwatosa, Wisconsin after spending two weeks visiting in the home of their grand- jjaxents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY AUGUST 5, 6 and 7 "CANYON PASSAGE" —with Dana Andrews, Brian Donlevy, Susan Hayward, Andy Devine and Hoagy Cannichael One of the finest technicolor Westerns this theater has presented. With an all-star cast, beautiful scenery and plenty of action. Eight decks of cattle were shipped from Postville over the Milwaukee line during the past week Mr. and Mrs. Fred Falb of La Crosse, Wisconsin were weekend guests of her sister, Mrs. Boies Capper. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family visited Sunday at the home of her mother, Mrs. John Mc Lain in Fayette. Mrs. H. D. Cole was in Dubuque last Sunday where she attended a Mercy Hospital Alumna Assoeia tion meeting held there. Shirley Herwig is now employed on the clerical staff of the R. E. A, office replacing Mrs. Jack McNeil, who resigned from that position. Mrs. Marie Leui accompanied her nephew, Steven Waters to Iowa City Monday and while there visited her aunt, Mrs. Jennie McKinley. Mr. and Mrs. R. E. Bernhardt and family of Everly were guests the past week in the home of Mrs. Anna. Clark and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele. wmtimmm ninitumiiiiiiiimi SUNDAY - MONDAY AUGUST 8 and 9 "THE BRIDE GOES WILD" —with Van Johnson, June Alii son and Butch Jenkins You will go wild with laughter as "The Bride Goes Wild. Hits a new high for film hilarity. There 's a laugh a minute. Butch Jenkins will have you crying with laughter. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. m »mwtnnmHimniMrtwniinimiiMmiimmn TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10 and 11 "WILD BEAUTY" —with Don Porter and Lois Collier A wild horse picture with lots of action. ALSO "SHE WROTE THE BOOK" —with loan Davis. Jack Oakie, and Mischa Auer She wrote the year's blushing best seller — and then had to live it Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! George C. Eder of Western Associate Store and Harold Monson of the Postville Rendering Company were business callers in Dubuque last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier took Murtis Gordanier to Iowa City Monday following a three weeks vacation from her nurse's training course at the University Hospital. Activity has started again at the Louis Schutte building with concrete block and being hauled in and made ready for the resumption of construction within a few days. ..'< Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hecker and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland were in Rochester, Minnesota last Friday visiting C. F. Meier and L. L. Hill, who are patients at the hospital there! Guests in the Boyd B. Turner home this week are Mrs. Turner's sister, Mrs. Martin Polhemus and family of Ames. Mr. Polhemus will join the group here Thursday and remain until their departure Sunday. The stork flew high during the past week. There were no births reported during the seven day period just completed .at the Postville hospital, which undoubtedly sets some kind of a record for recent times. Mrs. Arbe Behrens and Mrs. William Leui drove to Rochester, Minnesota last Thursday to spend the day with Mrs. Louis L. Hill and Louis Hill, Jr. Louis Hill, Sr. is a surgical patient at St. Mary's hospital at Rochester. The I. F. F. Bridge Club drove to Decorah last Friday with their honor guest being Doris Leek of El Reno, Oklahoma, who is visiting at the Henry Heusman home. The group had dinner at the park and saw Twin Springs, Pulpit Rock, and other spots. They had supper at Sievers Spring before returning. Mrs. Foster Burroughs and two children are visiting this week at the Mrs. Ira E. Smith home. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gehring and family of Elgin were Sunday dinner guests in the Clinton Lammert home. Ray Douglass attended the state Democratic convention last Friday in Des Moines as a delegate from Postville. Ivan J. Blackmer of Waterloo, former coach in the Postville schools, spent the weekend in the Keith Gray home. Charles H. Hoth and daughter Florence, spent the past ten days in Kansas City, Missouri visiting relatives and sightseeing. Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Webster and children of Sioux- City are spend ing a week in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster. Mrs. Lloyd Putnam returned Monday to her duties at Huebner's General Merchandise store after being absent on a two weeks vacation. Intermittent rain fell yesterday bringing badly needed moisture to the area. Although the fall was not heavy, it will aid the corn growth considerably. Mrs. John Burrow returned lasi weekend from a vacation visit to s ' Williamsfield and Waukegan, Illinois. She was accompanied on the trip by her grandson, Danny Schultz. Vivian Appel returned Monday following a week's visit at the home of her sister, Mrs. Eugene Youngberg of Chicago, who accompanied her back and is spending a- week here. Mr. and Mrs. -Ernest Overland, Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and Mr. and Mrs. Doug Loomis of Postville and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overlanc of Decorah enjoyed a picnic din ner at Hickory Creek last Sunda^ Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Luver Schultz and R. L. Evans spent Sunday visiting L. L. Hill, who is recuperating from an operation at St. Mary's hospital in Rochester, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kozelka were in Rochester, Minnesota last Wednesday where Ed underwent his final examination at the clinic there following an operation which he had submitted to several weeks ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler returned last Friday from a weeks fishing trip to lakes near Brainerd, Minnesota and report that they left plenty of big ones for other fishermen who plan on visiting the area. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Potato Salad, •pint jar for. 27c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, quart jar 59c Jack Sprat Pudding Powder, 2 packages for _ 15c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Powder, 2 packages 15c Jack Sprat Gelatin Powder, 2 packages for 15c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, 29 ounce can for 44c Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, 29 ounce can for. 21c Jack Sprat Milk, 2 tall cans 30c Jack Sprat Peaches, three 29 ounce cans for. 99c Jack Sprat Apricots, three 29 ounce cans for 99c Jack Sprat Tomato Catsup, two 14 ounce bottles 39c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 19c Jack Sprat Pink Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can -25c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 57c Jack Sprat Orange or Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can..— -29c Jumbo Pecans in Shell, lb 49c Jack Sprat Preserves and Jellies Jack Sprat Pitted Dates, 6 ounce package for... 23c CANTALOUPE WATERMELON T. L. Bollman of Caldwell, Idaho is here visiting his brother, Vivus Bollman, and his sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Green and other relatives. This is his first visit to his home state in 24 years. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe, Miss Doris Leek of El Reno, Oklahoma, Mrs. Henry Heusman, and Eugene and Shirley Heusman were sightseeing at Wisconsin points last Thursday. They also visited Pike's Peak and the heights at McGregor. Miss Leek is a cousin of Mrs. Roy Duwe. BORDEN'S ICE CHEAM SUGAB BOWL ICE CBEAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPBAT Store Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dresie left Monday morning for Portland, Oregon after spending a weeks vaca tion in the home of Mrs. Dresie's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schlee. Enroute home they will stop at Little Falls, Minnesota to visit Mrs. Dresie's sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Gustafson. Lorenz Willman has purehastd lots 1, 2, 3 and 5 in Bachtell's division of Postville from Ralph W. Bachtell. Miss Kathryn Klingbeil returned home Tuesday from Gatlinburg, Tennessee, where she had attended the Handcraft Fair. , Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey and Mrs. Anna Brouillet of Castalin were Sunday supper guests in the Charles Brouillet home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Sunderman of Waukon and Mrs. Gilbert Eadic and family visited in the William Behrens home Wednesday. R. D. Sams and Miss Stella Sams were in Red Wing, Minnesota on Saturday to attend the funeral of a brother-in-law of Mr. Sams. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kessler and family of Marion, Indiana visited several days in the home of her parents, Mr x. and Mrs. Cy Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuhse and family, Milo Kuhse, and Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fox and family motored to Clear Lake Sunday to spend the day. /Eddy Green and Harlan Nesvick left last week for an extended tour of the west coast where they plan to visit friends and relatives. They will return in time for school. Lawrence Sannes of Midway, Wisconsin spent Sunday in the Clarence Tindell home and his mother, Mrs. Lorena Sannes, spent the day in the Glenn Tindell home. Guests last Wednesday in the J. T. Humphrey home were his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. R. W. Humphrey of Minneapolis, Minnesota, and his sister, Anna Humphrey of Monona. Mrs. Daisy Lockhart of Philadelphia, Pennsylvania is a guest at the home of Mrs. John Palas. Mrs. Lockhart is a niece of the late Mrs. James Orr and a cousin of Mrs. Mate Welzel and Mrs. William Leui. Margaret Morgan and her niece, Jane Giffen, came from Ames on Saturday and in company with the former's father, Dr. C. M. Morgan, spent Sunday with his brother, Fred J. Morgan and family in Beloit, Wisconsin. 4-H Girls Achievement Day Will Be August 10 Atlumnkee county 4-H girls' club organizations are rapidly preparing for a countywidc 4-H girls' annual achievement day to be hold at the county fair grounds on Tuesday, August 10. The 11 county organizations will meet in friendly competition with demonstration teams and articles made as a result of the instruction and study in this years home furnishing course will be presented. The winning demonstration team on achievement .day will represent the county at the Iowa State Fair in the latter part of August. Also, the articles made by the individual members during the years course of study will be judged and the most fitting ones selected and exhibited at the state fair. Miss Marjorie Finchom, home economist of Winneshiek county will judge the achievement day. Control Of Weeds Is Authorized Under AAA IOWA YOUTH PLAN THEIR OWN CROP DRIVE Word was received here yesterday noon of the death of Lloyd Palmer's mother, Mrs. Jake Brezler, who passed away at her home in Aanoka, Minnesota at 9:00 a. m. Tuesday morning following several weeks illness. Mr. Palmer has spent most of the past three weeks in Aanoka during the illness. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leui stopped here Wednesday of last week enroute from Rochester, Minnesota where Mr. Leui had been under observation at Mayo Clinic. While here they were guests in the home of his brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass. They left for Clinton Thursday afternoon where ,Mr. Leui is employed by a construction company. Miss Ann Douglass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass, came Monday evening to spend a month visiting at the home of her parents. After graduation from Texas State College for Women in May, Miss Douglass has been in the Ozark mountains of Arkansas organizing bible schools. She will teach in Oklahoma City, Oklahoma in the coming school year. paiBBiaiiavaiiiGaiiaiaiaiiiiiBiiiBiiiiiaiii At the Elevator COMING SOON We have on hand a supply of Standard Midd­ lings, Grey Shorts, Soy Bean Meal, Flour Midd­ lings, Linseed Meal and Tankage. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa The Robert Lihsays entertained guests from Lacombe, Alberta, Canada on Monday and Tuesday. They were Mr. and Mrs. George Emmet Duffy, their son Vincent, and their daughters, Joan, Joyce and Ernestine. Their stop in Postville was made on their return from a tour of the east and they will continue on west to Yellowstone Park and other points on their way north. The young people had their first glimpse of Iowa corn and were favorably impressed by the appearance of the farms they were shown. Representatives of nine Iowa youth organizations have developed a plan for proposed high school participation in this year's Christian Rural Oversees Program (CROP) A tentative goal of 20 acres of "relief cereal" has been set and collections are to be made one week preceding the adult, house- to-house canvas scheduled for the Thanksgiving week. The Iowa-processed cereal is to be purchased for distribution among the starving under-nourished of Europe. It is the cheapest, most nutritious one dish meal yet to be devised by food specialists. It costs approximately one cent a serving. CROP is sponsored by the Catho lie Rural Life, Lutheran World Relief and Church World Service composed of some 30 protestant church organizations. Kirk Fox editor of Successful Farming, is chairman of the general Iowa CROP committee. Albert Farmer is the director. Those attending the organization meeting and the organizations they represented were: Janet Officer, Ft. Dodge, Y-Teens; Doris Blair, Fairfield. Future Homemakers of America; Georgia Botsford, Des Moines, Camp Fire; Lewis French, Des Moines, Boy Scouts; Nancy Wilson, Des Moines, parochial schools; Beverly Burch, Winterset, Christian Youth Council; Dolores Nelson, Des Moines, parochial schools; Ralph Bond. Colfax, 4-H Boys Clubs of Iowa; Bob Coad, Des Moines, parochial schools; Dale Hoover, New Sharon, Future Farmers of America; Anne Marie Rand, Des Moines, parochial schools; Mary J. Cornelison, Des Moines, Iowa 4-H Girls. Adults assisting in the planning were Paul Norris, Des Moines, Department of Public Instruction; Father P. F. Hans, Des Moines, parochial schools; Paul C Taff, Ames, Extension Services; Dorothy Brauninger, Des Moines Iowa District YWCA and Mr Farmer. HEARING SET ON NEW ROCK ISLAND TRUCK LINE The state commerce commission Monday set September 9 as the date for hearing on an application of the Rock Island Motor Transit Company, Chicago, to operate a new motor freight line in Iowa. The firm proposes to operate between Cedar Rapids and Decorah and intermediate points located on tht Chicago, Rock Island and Pacific Railroad Company line limited to the transportation of freight on railroad billing and rates in Allamakee, Buchanan, Clayton, Fayette, Linn and Winneshiek counties. Is Your Home Under-Insured? | Fires in Dwellings show that j many are greatly underinsur- | ed. In many cases fire has | cost property owners hun- | dreds of dollars because they | neglected to increase their in- § surance to cover today's costs. § FOR EXAMPLE: THE INSURANCE | ON A FRAME HOUSE ADEQUATE IN | 1943, SHOULD BE INCREASED BY 72 | PER CENT TO COVER TODAY'S IN- | CREASED VALUES. | ARE YOU PROTECTED? j CHECK TODAY. DON'T TAKE A CHANCE. | Turner Insurance Agency | "Complete Insurance Service" • Telephone No. 170-J Postville, Iowa 1 One of the practices appfoved for payment under the 1948 farm program is the control of certain noxious weeds. Canada thistle is the weed most feared .by Allamakee county farmers, consequently most of their control efforts are turned in its direction. Other weeds which qualify for payment credit are bindweed, quack grass, perennial peppergrnss, leafy spurge, horse nettle, Russian knapweed, and perennial sow thistle. In order to receive payment for weed control the practice must have been approved for the farm and payment cannot be claimed in excess of the amount approved. The rate of payment for the use of sodium chlorate is six cents per pound for material used. This is applied as a powder or spray. Sodium chlorate may be injurious to livestock when used in pastures, and has the added disadvantage of rendering the land sterile for other vegetation for some time. The most popular chemical is 2,4 -D which is not injurious to livestock and does not sterilize the soil. The payment rate on 2,4 -D is $1,50 per pound of acid ingredient. This will carry according to the brand used and the percentage of active ingredients. Regardless of the type of material used the farmer must present evidence of purchase to the AAA committee. Such evidence should indicate the brand, amount, and percentage. Monona Woman Ele To Aihvet Post Mrs. Harlan Krambeer ot j nona was elected sergeant-at^ of the Iown Amvet Auxiliary Jv state convention held at Waiej last weekend. Mrs. Krambetj j served on the convention tions committee. Other meml* of the Clayton county auxili, who attended the convemionj delegates were Mrs. Ray n m \ Garnavlllo; Mrs. Kenneth \y w and Mrs. Robert Klotzbach ot 1 Gregor; Mrs. A. A. Saeugl'mg Monona and Mrs. Verni Owtbt ot Guttenberg. The auxiliary will hold its nual white clover sale lor thefe fit of disabltd veterans, Satart August 14. Members of the tjj mittee in charge of this sale, Mrs. Guy Schriver, McGregor; II Krambeer, Monona; Mrs. C. H.H ris, Guttenberg; Mrs. Page Wrt] Postville; Mrs. Richard Kiplei Mrs. Walter Blazek, Farmer* Mrs. Robert Sebastian, Luam;) Ed Huckstadt, Elkader; Mrs. M Rowland and Mrs. Everett Gl* Garnavillo. FEEDERS WILL BE HIGH COMING FALL Iowa cattle feeders may have' n tough time this year buying livestock at a price reasonable enough for them to profit from their winter feeding operations. Demand for cattle, lambs and hogs for breeding and feeding will be strong this fall if crop prospects continue good, says Iowa State College farm economist Francis Kutish. What's more, producers wanting to buy such stock will face strong competition from packers. Fewer feeders lambs and cattle will be available to buy than a year ago. Contract Price Up Early reports from Wyoming on feeder cattle contract prices indicate considerable increases over last year's prices. Kutish feels that there is a real chance of Corn Belt farmers bidding up the prices of feeders this fall to a point where most of the benefits from larger corn supplies and strong consumer demand for meat will go to ranchers in the form of high feeder cattle prices. ^GLEAMING! g BEAUTY FOR p, Floors and ggk Furniture 0*m 4-Hour Vamis Varnish your own floors-* finish furniture like » profit sionil! It's easy! SUPERM 4-Hour Varnish brushes L. smoothly—dries dust-free inn. afternoon. Resists boili'id water, alcohol and mildew. Will not chip or discolor. *4*» Louis L Hil Hardware — Heating — Flu OUR OWN HARDWAR! Food Bargains FRIDAY AND SATURDAY AUGUST 6 and 7 STANDBY 1948 Pack PEAS 3 cans—67c 12 cans—$2.49 Case of 24-H$9| Picked For Flavor! Stock Up Now! Washington Moorpark Canning Apricots California Elberta Canning Peaches . —At Best Market_Prices!| HEAD LETTUCE, Jumbo, 2 for. PASCAL CELERY, Jumbo Stalk-—-California Thompson Seedless SALAD GRAPES, per pound ~ PORK & BEANS, Garden— „. 2 No. y 2 cans—37c; 3 No. 303 cans-3 '1 Pillsbury White or Chocolate Fudge CAKE MIX, 16 ounce package for—-Crushed Flotill, H. S. PINEAPPLE, No. 2 size can for Nation's Garden CORN, Whole Kernel, 2 No; 2 cans CATSUP, Garden, 2 14-oz. bottles for-MARSHMALLOWS, 6 oz. pkg., 2 forZ- ORANGE JUICE, Standby, 4 46-oz. cans-^ VEGETABLE Juice Cocktail, 3 No. 2 can^ COFFEE, Empress, Drip or Reg., lb. can^ SUPER SUDS, family size package---GET YOUR "P-82" BINOCULARS! Not just a toy! Real percision molded! Made of Durable Plastic! 3 Power Lucite Lenses! Send 25c and one box top from a package of Kelloggs PEP- KELLOGG'S PEP, 2 packages. The Farmers Stoi Telephone No. 231

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