Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 11, 1948 · Page 6
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August 11, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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VAGI 8DC THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, A«Ot8» 1, | BEAUTIFUL Glassware I GOBLETS, each 75c ! SHERBETS. each__75c | TUMBLERS, each _35c • In Service For 6, S or 12 W. J. HANKS ( Your Jeweler Want Ads Get Results! 1 CAST ALIA ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L, R. Meinecke. Pastor Thursday, August 12—2:00 p. m Ladies' Aid meeting. Hostesses nre Mrs. Lena*Hundt and Mrs. Minnie Mundt. Sunday, August 15—8:45 a. m Sunday School. 9:45 a. m., Morning worship. 7:45 p. in.. Mid-summer communion service. The announcements may be made next*Sunday at the close of services. Wednesday, August 18—2:30 p. m Cradle-roll party for mothers and children on our cradleroll. The cradleroll mother, Mrs. William Schave, will be in charge. August 23 to August 27—Iowa District convention at Wartburg College in Waverly. Other Castalia News John Brandt is a patient at the Postville hospital. Jake Noble of Guttenberg called at the Clifford Stee home Sunday morning. Mrs. Lepha Crabtree and granddaughters Janet Crandall and Shar on Kime of Austin, Minnesota spent Highest CASH Prices For Your Dead Stock CHARGE ALL CALLS TO US PostvffleRenderingCo. TELEPHONE NO. 1000 WATJKON—Call Snndennan City Service—Telephone No. 242 HcGREGOR—Call Dresden Standard Service—Telephone No. 55-J OSSIAN—CaU D-X Service Station—Telephone No. 90 ELGIN—Call D-X Sen-ice Station—Telephone No. 2111 MONONA—Call Mr. Ziegler—Telephone No. 208 ROSSVTLLE—Call RossviUe Cocker Plant Elkader Fair ELKADER, IOWA AUGUST 17-18-19-20 4 BIG DAYS - - 4 BIG NIGHTS TUESDAY - Afternoon and Evening Jimmie Lynch Death Dodgers Afternoon Show, 1:30 Evening Show, 7:30 WEDNESDAY - Afternoon & Evening BASEBALL AT 1:00 P.M. DYSART vs. ELKADER VETS Two of the best teams in the state. 8 — HIGH CLASS CIRCUS ACTS — 8 Music by the Best Bands in Clayton County! THURSDAY - Afternoon and Evening BASEBALL AT 1:00 P.M. CASCADE vs. ELKADER VETS Cascade is one of the few teams that has defeated the Vets this year. This will be a real battle. 8 — HIGH CLASS CHtCUS ACTS — 8 Music by the Best Bands in Clayton County! FRIDAY Cal — Ruth Thompson's Famous WHITE HORSE SHOW Starring the World's Most Beautiful White Albino Wonder Horses ROYAL UNITED SHOWS on Midway 6 RIDES 4 SHOWS 25 CONCESSIONS Women's Home Project Display in Floral Hall Displays by Merchants in Exhibition Building Big Display of Farm Machinery on the Midway GREAT ARRAY OF FREE ACTS The Flying Christiansons—Trapeze Artists Rollie Clemens—Knife Throwing Exhibition Lord Hokum—Juggler Murand & Gretin—Cycling and Dogs Ronnie St. Clair—Musical Performers The Ballantines—A Great Harmonica Act Howard Fuller Trio—Balancing Specialists The Levelos—Juggling, Balancing, Acrobatics last week with the formers mother, Mrs. Cora Harvey and other relatives. Mrs. Karl Walter, Maureen and Billy of Postville were callers at the Edwin Engelhardt home Thursday afternoon. Mrs. Carlaus Meyer returned home from Iowa City last Week after a medical checkup at the University hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Oran Brandt and Mrs. Irene Ostlie of Clermont are vacationing in the Black Hills and other parts of South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Crandall and Dorothy of Austin, Minnesota came Monday for a visit with their grandmother, Mrs. Cora Harvey. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie went to Iowa City Sunday where Ellen Marie entered the University Hospital on Monday for observation. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Brandt and Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt and family were Sunday dinner guests in the R. W. Engelhardt home at- Monona. A shower was given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. William Wullner (nee Zonna Stee) in the Lutheran church parlors, on Friday evening. Guests present were from Decorah, Ossian,' West Union. Postville, Luana and Castalia. They were presented with many beautiful and useful gifts. I FRANKVILLE ) Mrs. O. A. Jagerson of Freeport was a visitor at the Lloyd Wolfe home on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Snitker are the parents of another daughter, born at Decorah hospital, Saturday, July 31. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Malli of Canton, Minnesota were callers at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Henthorne Wednesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry attended funeral services for their cousin, Mrs. Leonard Sandry at Lansing Thursday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. George Oleson and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hurley, all of Waterville were Monday afternoon visitors at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Enyart. Mr. and Mrs. James Enyart accompanied Mr. and Mrs. William Martin of Postville on a trip to Cresco, Sunday, August 1, where -they visited relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Brandt are making an extended visit at the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Wilton Sinning at Emery, South Dakota. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Hughes have moved on his parents farm and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes and Darlene have moved into the Ev erett Hughes house in Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. James L. Drew of )-West Bend, Wisconsin are spend' ing a two weeks vacation visiting her mother, Mrs. Edna Bollman and other relatives and friends in the Frankville locality. Mrs. F. J. Ambrose and her guest, Mrs. Lucille Marcellus of West Bend, Wisconsin, Mrs. Glenn Letch ford and Virgean and Mrs. Charles Letchford went to Dubuque Friday on a pleasure trip. Arthur Hesse sold his tavern business here to a Mr. Thies of near Rossville who will take pos session about September 9. Mr. Hesse left Friday for Marion to visit his sister, Mrs. Arthur Hilmer and family. Jacquelin and Freddie Kautman, children of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Kautman of Charles City spent the past week with their grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Brouillet, while their mother and Mary Ann are at Canistota, South Dakota. Mrs. Alwin Walby' returned Sun day from a few days visit at the George Waters home at Hampton She was accompanied by the Waters' family. The children will remain at the Walby home while their parents are enjoying a weeks' vacation at the Minnesota lakes. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Wittenberg and two daughters and Mrs. Alice Rathlee all of La Crosse were Sun day, August 1, dinner and supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Sandry. The Wittenberg boys, who have been visiting at the Sandry home for several weeks, accompanied them home. LUANA 8t John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, August 15—9:30 a. m., Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30 a. m.. Church Service. Tuesday, August 17—8:00 p. m., Sunday School staff meeting. Other Luana News Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane were Sunday guests in the Joe Brown home at Colesburg. Bud Schrader and Clarice Dugstad of Clermont spent Sunday evening in the Louis Engelhardt home. Chase Riveland who spent several weeks with his father, Adrian Riveland, returned to his home at Amery, Wisconsin Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff and children left Wednesday on a sight seeing tour of the Bad Lands, Black Hills and Yellow Stone Park. Dr. and Mrs. Wade and son of Oregon, Illinois came, Saturday for a few days visit in <he Rev! Adix home. Mrs. Adix and Mrs. Wade are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. George Wolter were Friday overnight guests of Mr. and Mrs. Mervin , Rhoads at Primghar and spent Saturday night in Clear Lake, returning Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Engelhardt returned Tuesday from Des Moines where they were over Sunday guests in the home of their son, Lyle Engelhardt, and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moran and two youngest children of Waterloo were Sunday dinner guests in the home of her aunt, Mrs. Elizabeth Hunter, bringing home Mrs. Hunter, who had been visiting the Moran family about two weeks. "SIZE FIFTY" At Iowa Falls, a shoe salesman was puzzled when a customer came in and asked for a pair of shoes, "size fifty." A shoo of this size would fit Paul Bunyan under the American system of shoe sizes. In Europe, to which these shoes were to be sent, a different system is used and "size 50" is an ordinary size. GOING VV Tim Larimore of Harlan purchased a farm near there last week for $150 an acre. In 1876, John Benrens received a deed to this farm, at $10 an acre. [Hlllilllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllllllll BAND BENEFIT DANCE BROWN HALL Castalia, Iowa Fri., Aug. 13 Music By CASTALIA BAND Single— 60c Couple— IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIU llWHIIIffllM^ For the Time of Your Life-- Here's the gala holiday you've been waiting f or ... 8 days and nights of thrilling entertainment record-beaking exhibits; 200 acres of attraction^ in Iowa's mighty show of shows, the .., IOWA STATE FAIR] AUGUST 27 - SEPTEMBER 3 DES MOINES FUN AS YOU LIKE IT! AUTO RACES—Aug. 27, 29 and Sept. 3 HORSE RACES—Aug. 30, 31 and Sept. 1 THRILL DAYS—Aug. 28 and Sept. 2 MUSICAL EXTRAVAGANZA—Every Night 3-RING CIRCUS—Afternoon and Night 10 ACRE SUPER MIDWAY FIREWORKS—Every N5g(ht DANCING—Every Night Acres Of Things To See And Do Over 6,500 head of prize livestock. Over 2,000 farm boys and girls in Junior Fair. Acres of farm exhibits. Fish and Game show. 40-acre farm equipment show. State women's exposition. Airplane Show. Art Salon. Flower Show. Iowa homes show. 125 Acre Free Camp Grounds. Plan YOUR State Fair Holiday Nowlj DANCE Saturday, Aug. 14 DEL TAYLOR and his ORCHESTRA Returned By Popular Bequest ALL MODERN Tuesday, Aug. 17 DON STRICKLAND and his ORCHESTRA The Band with the HAMMOND ELECTRIC ORGAN Admission—75c N«w Legion Club N«rth *t Decwai m Highway B Worth of Tempting Frozen Foods Included with the Purchase of a 1948 Amana Home Freezer 5 Models to Choose from 116 Packages of "Birds Eye" Frozen Foods Included! 6 pkgs. Blueberries 6 pkgs. Boysenberries 8 pkgs. Grapefruit Sections 6 pkgs. Mixed Fruits 6 pkgs. Peaches—Sliced 6 pkgs. Rhubarb 3 pkgs. Strawberries—Sliced 6 pkgs. Blackberries 3 pkgs. Beans, Lima, Baby 6 pkgs. Beans, Lima, Fheok 3 pkgs. Brussels Sprouts 3 pkgs. Cauliflower 1 Fricasse 6 pkgs. Corn, cut 6 pkgs. Mixed Vegetables 3 pkgs. Peas 6 pkgs. Peas and Carrots 6 pkgs. Pumpkin Pie Mix 6 pkgs. Spinach, chopped 6 pkgs. Squash G pkgs. Succotash 3 pkgs. Chicken a la King 1 pkg. Cod Fillets 2 pkgs. Oysters 2 Fryers of Fowl at the regular low price! Yes, we will include $50 worth of Birds Eye Frozen Foods with the purchase of any Amana Home Freezer. Take advantage of this moneysaving offer and equip your home with an Amana Freezer. There is an Amana model to fit your needs.. • each designed to provide better meals at lower food cost. . . Select your Amana Home Freezer now! Amana Model 18 Freezer 18 cubic feet of storage capacity for 630 pounds of frozen foods. White DuPont Dulux finish, heavy insulation, contact freezer plate shelves for f**t * 00 freezing. 1. 2. 3. 3 BIG INSURANCE EXTRAS! 5-year FREE replacement warranty on sealed in mechanism. 5-year insurance against food spoilage included. 100-year tradition of quality craftsmanship stands back of every AMANA FREEZER. Telephone No. 234 Postville; low*

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