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August 11, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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r AGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, \vp m „ Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Fred U 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. AUGUST 11. 194S. Rudy Hartwig spent Sunday visiting in Garnavillo. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson were in Fairmont. Minnesota last Monday on a business trip. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opsand left JFriday for a ien-day trip to Canada and points of interest along the way. Lorenz Willman, Mrs. Amelia Willman and Mrs. Elsie Meyer left today for a ten day vacation trip to Yellowstone National Park and other points of interest in the west. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY AUGUST 12, 13 and 14 "FORT APACHE" with John Wayne, Henry Fonda, Shirley Temple, Victor McLag- Icn. John Agar. Ward Bond and Irene Rich One hundred and twenty minutes of the finest out of door entertainment the screen has offered since the film "The Covered Wagon" was released. This is truly a Big Super Western— the story of which is actual history. No money was spared in making this one The Big One of our times. Owing to the length of the film •II night shows will start at 7:00 and 9:30 P. M. SUNDAY - MONDAY AUGUST 15 and 16 "I REMEMBER MAMA" —with Irene Dunne, Barbara Bel Geddes, Oscar Bomolka, Philip Dorn, Edgar Bergen and Rudy Vallee Not for many seasons have movie fans been treated to such a heart-warming film as this one. The trials and tribulations of a kindly and lovable Norwegian immigrant family are pictured here in such a vivid manner as to appeal to every color, race and creed. Of such people the backbone of this nation is fashioned. Irene Dunne, as the Norwegian mother is tremendous. There is everything in this one — tender pathos, heart- appeal and no little comedy. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. NIGHT SHOWS AT 7.00 and 9:30 O'CLOCK TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY AUGUST 17 and 18 "THE BOWERY BOMBSHELL" —with the Dead End Kids This bunch cf kids always come through with a film that is packed with action and comedy. That they are popular at every small and large town theater boxoffice is nothing new. This one, too, is full of fun and action. ALSO "PARTNERS OF THE SUNSET" —with Jimmy Wakely These Wakely Westerns are very popular everywhere. They are second only to Rogers and Autry. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Esther Meyer is on vacation from her duties at the Farmers Store this week. LaMonte Gericke is on vacation this week from his duties at the Postville State Bank. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy and Mr. and Mrs. Hollis Enyart spent Sunday at Clear Lake. Mr. and Mrs. Max Stover and family of Sheffield were Sunday guests in the Kermit James home. Dr. R. F. Topliff and Dr. H. D. Cole attended a northeast Iowa dentists picnic held at Lansing last week. Miss Bernice Stromsodt spent last week in Austin, Minnesota visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. I. N. Stromsodt and family. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Douglass were Sunday dinner guests in the H. H. Smith home at Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brouillet spent three days the latte.r part of last week visiting friends and relatives at Newton and Des Moines. M.r. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner were in Evanston. Illinois the first of the week visiting and Miss Margaret Huebner returned home with them. Friday evening guests in the J. W. Burrow home were Mr. and Mrs. Elroy Jacobson of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Larson of Elain. Harold Rima and Elmer Gentz are spending the week at Kehema Lake, Wisconsin checking on some of the bigger fish that got away last year. Murtis Gordanier, a student nurse at the University of Iowa at Iowa City, returned to her duties this morning after a visit here with home folks. ' Sunday visitors in the Walter Martie home were Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Martie and family of Clermont and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Jones and Cecil Dundee of Postville. Doris Hemesath of Ossian spent Monday at the Ben Erickson home. In the evening Mrs. Henry Hemesath, Art and ~ Junior, Viv Holder and Bradley Brockman called at the home. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele were in Waterloo last Wednesday on business. While there, Mr. Steele visited with Otto Jacobs, of Santa Anna, California, widely known criminal attorney. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Klingbeil and Kathryn accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. William Seiler and son, William, of Iowa City, spent Friday in Monroe, Wisconsin visiting their mother and grandmother. Mrs. Emma Burdick, who was accompanied by Mrs. Evelyn Hav- lieck and Miss Orma Schbfield of Monona, returned this week from Springfield, Missouri following a 2.000 mile trip into Missouri and Oklahoma. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Fresh Strawberry Preserves, 6 pint jars S2.70 Jack Sprat Pork & Beans, five 29-oz. cans S1.00 Jack Sprat Par-T-Sweet Pickles—See and taste them—16 ounce jar 39c Jack Sprat Butter Beans, 19 ounce can for 22c Jack Sprat Boysenberries, per can only 35c Jack Sprat Grape Juice, 16 ounce can for 25c Jack Sprat Apricots, Halves, 3 cans for _ _98c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat 1000 Island Dressing, per bottle 24c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 16 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Blue Prune Plums, per can 24c Jack Sprat Macaroni or Spaghetti, two 7-oz. pkgs 19c Mayflower Red Pitted Cherries, per can _ 29c Mayflower Peas, Size 4, 2 cans for only 25c Mayflower Tomatoes, can 18c Jack Sprat Sweet Potatoes, per can _ 24c Swans Down Instant Cake Mix, per package. 38c BULK CIDER OR WHITE PICKLING VINEGAR Peaches - Apricots - Grapes Cantaloupe Watermelon BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma Ike JACK SPRAT Stan Sarah Uriell, R. N., of Elkader visited friends here Thursday and Friday. Callers at the Ben Erickson home Friday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Ed Johnson. Mary Liz Gillen of Chicago, Illinois was a weekend guest of Marion Sonnkalb. Mrs. Chris Meyer of Elkader is spending the week in the home of her daughter, Mrs. Harold Rima. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Topliff were in Decorah Friday afternoon attending the funeral of Mr. A. G. Killen. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Reincke and Mrs. Carrie Stromsodt visited Sunday in Austin, Minnesota in the I. N. Stromsodt home. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Sonnkalb and Marlon spent Monday in La Crosse, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson were at Cedar Rapids last Friday where they visited with her brother, Victor Prucha. Joyce Hangnrtner and Don Mork were in Mt. Hope, Wisconsin Sunday visiting her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangnrtner. Mr. and Mrs. Schafer Cole and family of Decorah were Sunday- visitors in the home of his parents, Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Topliff, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy and Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher were Sunday visitors in Davenport. Mr. and Mrs. Fred K. Bruene of Gladbrook spent Sunday in the home of their daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner. Mr. and Mrs. Will Kugel, Gertrude and Bernadine, and Mrs. Duane Kamp and son, Jimmie, left Tuesday morning for a trip to Colorado. Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunderson and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke attended the Clayton County Fair at National Sunday. Robert Burling returned last Saturday from Ames where he had been attending a short course on "Appraisal of Farm Lands," which was being presented at Iowa State College. Mr. and Mrs. Keith A. Jones and Lillian Mueller of Dubuque spent a few days in the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Mueller. While here they assisted with the threshing. Jack Bush, who attended summer school at the University of Iowa, in Iowa City, came here and with his wife are guests of his parents, Mr. and' Mrs. A. W. Bush. Jack will again teach in Northwood. A soaking rain Sunday brought much needed moisture to the area and materially aided the corn crop. Pastures, which had become brown along raises and hill tops, were revived to some extent but additional rain is needed. Mr. and Mrs. John K. Madsen attended the National Farm Field Day held near Anamosa last Friday. The Field Day was sponsored by radio station W. M. T. and over 40,000 were in attendance to see the various demonstrations. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roberts, Hall Roberts and Frankie, were at Camp Hubert, Minnesota the first of the week where they brought Nancy back from her vacation stay there. Camp Hubert, a camp for girls, is located near Brainerd. . / The V. and J. Cafe has taken over the office space that was ocr cupied by Dr. C. M. Morgan and will use this as an enlargement foj- the cafe. The wall between the two buildings is being cut out an£ booths will be put in the new adr dition, doubling the seating spaced Mr. and Mrs. Will Kugel and Gertrude and Bernadine spent Sunday afternoon and evening at the Clayton County Fair at National. Mr. and Mrs. George Meier, Jr. came yesterday from Mobridge, South Dakota to visit his mother, Mrs. George Meier, Sr. and other relatives and friends. Dolores Erickson returned Friday from a visit from Erskine, Minnesota where she had spent two and one-half weeks at the Elmer and Albert Erickson homes. Mr. and Mrs. William Mohs and Mrs. Laura Schmidt from Owatonna, Minnesota were supper guests at the Joe Harnack home last Wednesday evening. Mrs. Schmidt was an overnight guest. Mrs. Marjorie Douglas and fami ly of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton. The Thorntons took her back to Prairie du Chien Sunday. Miss Barbara Moody of Excelsior, Minnesota arrived last weekend for a visit in the homes of her uncles, R. M. and Joe Hecker. A sister of the family, Mrs. Lena B. Hecker of LaPorte City, arrived Monday for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carroll and Louis Hill. Jr. visited Sunday with L. L. Hill, who is a patient at St. Mary's Hospital at Rochester. They report that Mr; Hill is recovering rapidly from his operation and is feeling well. Dale / Schroeder and Burr Cook left today in one of the school busses transporting a group of New Hampton F. F. A. students on a trip to Yellowstone National Park and the Black Hills. They expect to be gone approximately a week.'; Linton White who resided one! and one-half miles south of Forest Mills Church, will hold a complete; closing out sale of household goods at the farm Saturday, August 20. Full particulars of the. sale will be in next weeks issue of the Herald. Many Postville people traveled to Decorah Sunday to see the air show but the event had to be postponed because of weather conditions. The date of the show has been set for this coming Sunday, August 15, and will be held at the same location. Dr. C. M. Morgan sold his veteri narian practice to Dr. R. F. Schnei- 'der last week and moved to Harris burg, Illinois where he will con tihue his veterinary practice at a packing plant there. Dr. Schneider, who is located at the rear of the Turner Insurance Agency office will continue his practice at that same location. FELCO FEED NOTICE—To All Felco Chick Starter and Grower Customers . . . When you are ready to change to a Laying Mash, we will have FELCO 20% Laying Mash in stock for your needs. This is a high quality mash and always priced right. Now that you have started your chicks on FELCO — KEEP THEM ON FELCO. We have complete lines of FELCO, NUTRENA, and MOR-GAIN FEEDS Also in stock—Tankage, Meat Scraps, Linseed, Soybean, Cottonseed, Bran, Middlings, Grey Shorts, Alfalfa Meal, Salt, Oyster Shells and many other feeds you might need. HAVE YOU GOT YOUR COAL ORDERED? The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa The office of Dr. M. F. Klesau will be closed the week of August 15. Miss Emma Spilde of Ossian and Miss Shirley Nelson will leave Saturday for a weeks vacation in Canada. Lester Hinderman of Austin. Minnesota has been a visitor in the Clarence Nelson home for the past two weeks. Four decks of cattle were shipped from the Milwaukee line this week as cattle and hog shipments remained light. Jack Thill and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Thill and family of Dubuque were Sunday visitors of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suddendorf had as Sunday dinner guests Mrs. Verda Youngberg of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Apple. The Postville Kiwanis members and wives held a picnic dinner meeting at Lull's Park Monday evening. The next regular meeting will be Monday, August 23. Mr. and Mrs. Don Bush and son, Tommy, of Algona came Friday to spend their vacation with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush and j also with relatives in Decorah. f Hlllt •»•" MOD " "°* AND BETTER Mr. and Mrs. Gale Welzel and family were visitors several days last week in the homes of Mr. and Mrs. Orville C. Welzel and family and Miss Dolores Welzel at Naperville, Illinois. •Jim Searls is breaking into the duties as station agent at the Milwaukee depot this week and will take over the station duties when his father, C. C. Searls, leaves for a.yacation next week. Town Councllmen Keith Gregg, Fred J. Miller, James Overland and Glenn Olson, Town Clerk Joseph B. Steele and Waterworks Superintendent H. A. Lang were on a 500 mile trip yesterday inspecting water treating and softening plants in this vicinity. They inspected plants at Blooming Prairie, Minnesota, - Swea City and Rolfe, Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. William H. Seiler and son, Billy, returned to their home in Iowa City Tuesday following a week's visit here in the home of Mrs. Seiler's parents, Mr. and Mrs. William J. Klingbeil. The Seilers will move next week to Emporia, Kansas, where Mr. Seiler has accepted a position in the history department in the Kansas State Teachers College. Simply loaded with brand-new time-saving, work-saving features, these new streamlined Skelgas ranges will make cooking and bak- big a real delight. Results are surer, loo. Positive temperature control, •^Ata-heavy insulation. Many o^in ttataxw help make meal getting a scientific certainty. ^ : SKELGA ££e *7 ^(f y and Skelgas Appliances irha HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATIN Grand Opening iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiniiiiiiiiiiiii iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiuiiiiniiiiium m We are opening a Ladies' and Children's Ready-To- Wear Shop, featuring many of the famous known brands of quality clothing SATURDAY, AUGUST 14 We will feature Nationally known items made by WINFIELD SLENDER MAID BARBETTE and JERRI JUNIOR LUXITE and WESTERN MAID LINGERIE HOLEPROOF HOSIERY DOOR PRIZES Stop in and get acquainted with us. DOOR PRIZES "We Cater To The Stylish Stout" Dereen Style Shop Olive Grinder Mildred Overeen Located in the Stone Building-Next to the Telephone Office

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