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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Frrd L. Martin Publishers Bntercd at the Postoffice, 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, SEPT. 1, 1948. Doyle Wagner and Elaine Green tpent Sunday in Clear Lake. R. F. Peterson of Sioux Falls. South Dakota spent Sunday in the home of his father, A. L. Peterson. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa ll THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 2, 3 and 4 "THE ENCHANTED VALLEY" with Alan Curtis, Anne Gwinne, Charley Grape win and the newcomer. Don Gift Last spring this theater played The Enchanted Forest" to fine business and to many pleased customers. A sequel to "Forest", the "Valley" is tops for youngsters and oldsters, too. This is a heart-rending story of a crippled farm boy and his grandfather, their many woodland pets, and bank robbers who have been- forced to hide out from the law. From this kindly pair the robbers learn the error of their ways. The pet squirrels and other animals in the film are very amusing. The film is in Cinecolor. If your children liked "Bambi" then they will love this one. ALSO Donald Duck in— "Donald's Dilemma" and "Figaro Fiesta" A Technicolor short subject MIHIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII inntiiiittiiimmiiiinit SUNDAY - MONDAY September 5 and 6 "STATE OF THE UNION" —with Spencer Tracy, Kather- toe Hepburn, Van Johnson, Angela Lansberry, Lewis Stone and Adolph Menjou Directed and produced by Frank Capra, this is '"the" top production from Merto-Gold- •wyn-Mayer. The story is tremendous and the cast, likewise. Today in every theater, large or small, this two hour feature film is BOXOFFICE. Spencer Tracy, Van Johnson and Angela Lansberry have never given such performances. To tell you, or even hint of the trend of the story would perhaps spoil your interest, or rather the surprise element. Owing to its length there will be two shows each night commencing at 7 :00 and 9:30 P. M. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. llltMtMltTlNimUlllUlllltltltMH TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY September 7 and 8 "TARZAN'S SECRET TREASURE" —with Maureen O'Sullivan and Johnny WeismuUer Brother, is there action and thrills in this one — and how! Most every one likes these Tarzan films. They are different than the run of the mill films. ALSO "RANGE RENEGADES" —with Jimmy Wakely and Caimonball Taylor Action is the keynote of this double bill. The "Western" is really packed with it and the Tarzan film isn't exactly tame. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Rudy Hnrtwig drove to Cresco Monday afternoon to conduct business. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Beucher spent the weekend in Scranton visiting relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. "Bobbie" Sebastian spent Sunday and Monday attending the Minnesota State Fair. \ Mrs. Wayne Kesterson of Pensacola. Florida came Wednesday for a visit in the Ray Jacobia home. Mr. and Mrs. Duane C. Peterson of .Des Moines spent the weekend in the home of his father, A. L. Peterson. Jim Malone left Monday for Storm Lake where he has enrolled as a student in Buena Vista College there. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook of Waterloo and Mrs. Christine Mixdorf of Milwaukee, Wisconsin are guests in the Burr Cook home. Judith Thoma returned to teaching duties at Jesup Saturday. She was taken to Jesup by her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma. MrT~ana"""Mrs. Paul Toft, Jr.. Loraine Toft and Harriet Mayer, of Minneapolis, Minnesota were weekend visitors with relatives and friends...in. Eostyille. _ Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte are home from Cincinnati. Ohio, arriving here Monday. Paul has returned to his duties at the Schutte Furniture Store and Funeral Home. Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, two 13 -ounce pkgs -25c Jack Sprat Milk, 2 tall cans....29c Jack Sprat Grape Juice. 16 ounce bottle for 25c Jack Sprat Pitted Dates, 6 ounce package for :....23c Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 2 packages for ?. 15c Jack Sprat Pink Grapefruit j Juice, 46 ounce can 25c Jack Sprat Ice Cream Mix, 2 packages for _...15c Jack Sprat Butter Beans, No. 2 size can for .-. 23c Jack Sprat Red Cherries, in Syrup, 20 oz. can for 37c Jack Sprat Pimentos, small size can for 23c Jack Sprat Sweet Potatoes, per can only .23c Jack Sprat Orange-Grape- / fruit Juice, 16 oz. can 10c Jack Sprat Apricots in heavy syrup, 29 oz. can for. _ 35c Old Kent Yellow Corn, 20 ounce can for. _ 50c 4B White Cream Corn, 20 ounce can for 16c Seedless Raisins, 2 lbs 34c Large Prunes, 2 lbs 39c PEACHES PEARS CANTALOUPE WATERMELON BORDEN'S ICE CREAM / SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store The Kerr children and friends spent Thursday sightseeing at the Wisconsin Dells. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Behrens were in Iowa City a few days last week on business. Frank Bernhardt has recuperated from his recent illness and is now able to be up and around. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and Mrs. Bertha Schroeder were in -Ka^yette Sunday visiting at the hortie of Mrs. John McLean. Mrs. Harry Gnss and Ramona and Mrs. Ervin Dickman and Conna Mae spent Friday in Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Burrow were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Don Livingston in Fayette. vie Schroeder of Minneapolis Minnesota is visiting with his mother, Mrs. E. F. Schroeder, a/id with other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Aumann, Doris and Miss Coty of Milwaukee. Wisconsin, came Thursday to visit relatives' and friends until Sunday. Judith Thoma and Ruth Doerrif returned last Wednesday from a vacation trip to resort areas in Clear Lake and at Lake Okoboji. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson were Saturday and Sunday visitors at Garnavillo where they stayed at the Arnold Roggman home and visited friends. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell were in South Dakota last week as they began their vacation. They plan to be gone several more week before they return here. \ Ed Frese is on vacation this week from his duties as mechanics] at Hecker Brothers Garage and he and Mrs. Frese are vacationing in Wisconsin visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Kleuger and family of Fond du Lac. Wisconsin were guests in the home of W. H. Baltz and family and also the Paul Greinus family in Frankville. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Swartz and Marleen of Buffalo, New York visited last week in the Harvey Christofferson and Lorence Bernhardt homes. They left Wednesday evening for the return trip home. '"Keith Gray motored to DeWittel Tuesday where he met his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gray, who had come there by train from their home in Atlanta. They will spend several days visiting here. •' Faye Wickham broke a bone in hlsj ankle last Friday when a wagon box, which he was helping lower to the ground, caught in his clothing in its descent, falling across the J -ioot and ankle. •Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Eberling were in Rochester, Minnesota Sunday visiting C. F. Meier, who is a patient in the hospital there. They report Mr. Meier in good condition and he enjoyed a short drive with them. "~ Mr. and Mrs. William J. Kling- .beil and daughter, Kathryn, and Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and son, Jerry, went to Monroe, Wisconsin Friday where on Saturday they attended the funeral of their mother, who had passed away on Wednesday.. r™ — Mr.- and' Mrs". "Harry Gunderson, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gunderson of Clermont, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldq' Gericke returned last weekend from a trip through the south and to several points of interest in Florida, , \ /Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier, have moved into their new residence this week as all of the final touches on the home have been completed. The house is located between the Howard Gordanjer and Jack Casten homes in w^st Postville. i H. E. Roberts received a telegram Sunday from his cousin Mrs. Helen^ Shinstrom stating that she with her sister, Miss Stella Roberts, to? gether with her son and daughter, and a lady friend, were to arrive in Postville Monday evening. They came here from their home_which' is in Seattle, Washington. """"-,.1 ' Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Cornell and family of Santa Fe, New Mexico stopped in Postville on their way home from a vacation to Minneapolis and places north and spent a few days visiting .with relatives. Mr. Cornell sold his interest in the firm of Nichols and Mason, landscape architects in Minneapolis while there and is now permanent manager of the national park sys/ tern in five western states. / 1 TINDELL'S I SALE OF FOOTWEAR CONTINUES I PRICES AGAIN CUT ONE-HALF | Ladies' and Children's Shoes . . . | Boy's Canvas Work Shoes ... | Men's Bedroom Slippers . . . I AS LOW AS ( 12c 24c 98c $1.47 I These must be moved to make room | for new stock ! I DON'T DELAY! SHOP TODAY! I TINDELL'S SHOE STORE Postville, Iowa Ed Kozelka took a business trip through southern Iowa last week in the interests of the Hall Roberts' Son Elevator. „-Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer returned on Thursday from a two weeks visit with friends and relatives at Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. Sherman Lawson fell from some scaffolding as he was working at the new Frank Hangartner house last Thursday and broke his hip. The scaffolding broke causing the fall. ^Ifr ""anH~"Mrs. Orley Jones and children of Marcola, Oregon returned home Wednesday after a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Gould and family. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and family motored to Dubuque last Sunday to bring Milda Waters home from Mercy Hospital, where she had iindeJ -gone^«n-»oporatton Mi-, and Mrs. R. P. Strauch and Mrs. Ida Casper of Elgin. Mrs. F. W. Hughes of Chadwick, Illinois, and Mrs. Paul Waters and sons enjoyed a picnic supper at the Robert Schultz home near Luana Sunday evening. Mrs. Emma Livingood took her granddaughter, Carol Livingood, who spent the summer with her, back to her home in New London, Connecticut. Mrs. Livingood will remain for a months visit and from there she will go to Chicago to spend two weeks with her daughter. Mrs. J. P. Masaracchia. - i'v —_ _ : new all aluminum box has been installed on the Burr Cook niilk collecting truck providing the latest in sanitary methods of hauling milk cans from the farm to the creameries. The new box is air tight and insulated with doors opening on either side for con- h*e.nience in loading and unloading. Harold's Cash Market is installing a frozen food locker service and self service refrigeration unit this week as the first of such units to be installed-here in Postville. Frozen foods will be featured at the market from now on. Work on the installation was started Monday and will be completed within the next few days. Motorists Warned On School Safety Rules School bells arc ringing again in Iowa this week and this poses an increased responsibility for all drivers is the warning issued today by Frank Ulish, Director of Field activities of the Safety Education division of the Department of Public Safety. The Department is cooperating with the National Safety Council and the American Legion of Iowa in a Child Safety month program. Give then a "brake" Ulish said, with vacation over, and children going back to school, drivers must 'be extra careful. All of us must see that the children are as safe as possible on the streets, he added, the safety of our children is a job for the whole community, the parents, the police, school officials, and every club and organization that numbers motorists, parents or young people among its members. Back to schol safety pointers listed by Ulish are: 1. Motorists, please give the kids a "brake" by using special caution in residential areas, school zones, and wherever you see them. 2. Parents, see that your children know the safest route to school, and that they know how to behave safely in traffic (you set the example). 3. Older boys and girls, help the youngsters in traffic, they'll follow your example, you know, make it a good one. 4. Younger children, obey all traffic officers and school safety patrols. Stay out of the street, except when crossing with the signal, and then only at the intersection, never in the middle of the block. Last year in this country 2,400 children from 5 to 14 years of age (school age) were killed in traffic accidents, arid thousands more were injured on our streets. Ulish suggests that all motorists consider all children on the streets a human caution sign, and this includes kids on bicycles, tricycles, motor bikes, scooters, etc. The following which WHS taken from a letter written by Margaret Flynn of Chicago to Mrs. William Leui, may be of interest to those who will remember the Dr. Flynn family that lived here a number of years ago. Miss Flynn is secretary to Pirie II of the firm of Carson, Pirie, Scott & Company, of Chicago, Illinois. Dear Mrs. Leui: The Flynn family is rather widely scattered. You may know that Melissa died about three years ago. Eleanor is with the Red Cross Midwest Headquarters in St. Louis, supervising their Home Service program and in their training division. Laura is on the faculty and directing research work at the University of Missouri. Hildegarde and her family live out in Greeley, Colorado, while Charles and his family live in Clarinda, Iowa, where he practices medicine. Occasionally I submit squibs to the White Collar Girl and sign myself Greta from her Vantage Point. The last few years I have ghostwritten several articles on finance and real estate. Remember me to your family and my friends in Postville. Sincerely, Margaret L. Flynn. Vi Gordanier and Barbara Aber- ncthy returned Tuesday from their visit in California and were accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCaffrey and daughters of Burbank, California. Mrs. McCaffrey is a sister of the formers. Six decks of cattle w«r* jbj Irom Postville over the Mllw,™ line during the past week. • When pullets we four RJ, old or more they should be sM from a growing mash to i'y mash, Iowa State College J men say. MOM Nil MAZA1D M aartala uuui in th. >—» rfmmimupMi,. «.mr -4h. attic It tk, kattaat »laca in t na kww. Attks H. (.cab* ton tor Itrn cMtid by M *iitaM «»Ht combat•M . Cam «f print, rift an* aaadlaa aapara,— ana ataraa callaloM fal­ lal artldM nuy cant* a raarlaaj law kmaai IIOBM. HaaDaPyraaaaitla. kaaaa, aadaataataitirae- alaaatal lira at Uia KarL ACCIDENT DECREASE IS SHOWN IN RErORT Statistics released today by the Iowa Department of Public Safety, on accident records for June show that fatalities, motor vehicle accidents, property damage, and drivers and owners involved in accidents, decreased from the May report in the state. Traffic accidents recorded for June dropped to 3,201 as against 3,224 for May, a decrease of 23; while 100 fewer drivers and owners were involved in these accidents with 7,926 reported for June and 8,026 the previous month. '. Property damage totals in Iowa due to accidents, likewise was down by $180,174, as the May figure was $2,213,899 and the June figure only $2,033,725. Continuing the downward trend, 38 fatalities marred the June record, as against 51 for May, thus 13 fewer Iowans were accident victims: and 58 loss were injured, with 1,231 for June •and 1,289 for May. ; Damage in Dubuque county, which amounted to S39.380 was the largest in the district. The record by counties: Drivers, Property Accidents Owners Damage Allamakee ....14 29 $ 5.125 Clayton 25 56 24,875 Fayette 29 66 19,610 Winneshiek ..21 43 9,610 I NOTICE | HEALTH MENACE— | There has been evidence recently of | garbage being dumped along streets | and parkings within the town, causing | an unnecessary health menace for all | residents. This unsanitary practice | must be stopped at once and it is es- 1 pecially important now that we observe | the strictest rules of sanitation with | infantile paralysis prevalent through| out the state. IMPROPER USE OF DUMP— It has also been brought to the attention of town authorities that unauthorized parties have been using the facilities of the town dump. The use of the | dump has been provided for the resi- I dents of the Town of Postville and no | v one living outside the corporate limits S of the town is authorized use of the s dump without prior permission from | proper authorities. YOUR COOPERATION IN THESE MATTERS IS URGENTLY REQUESTED! M. C. DEERING, Mayor TOWN OF POSTVILLE Louis L J Hardware, Heating] and Plumbing LABOR DAY WEEK-END SPECIALS FRI., SEPT. 3 and SAT., SEPT. 4 CREAM OR WHOLE KERNEL STANDBY CORN N °;L S *I 2 Z s 37c 12 Z s $2.15 OVEN BAKED BEANS, Standby, 00 Tall No. 2 size can for 00C BROWN BREAD, Standby, 00 Tall No. 2 size can for fcOC COMBINATION—One of each 55 c 2 ST 37cl STANDBY SPINACH, No. 2 size cans _ SPECIAL NEW PACK TOMATOES, No. 2 size can for 15c STRAWBERRY PRESERVES, 1 pound jar for 49c STANDBY BOYSENBERRIES, No. 2 size can for 39cl SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER, Creamy or Chunk, 1 lb. jar. TASTY LOAF CHEESE, 2 pound box for__ 45( 95c| EMPRESS COFFEE, Drip or Regular Grind, 1 pound__. 51d PILLSBURY CAKE MIX, White or Chocolate Fudge. QUART FRUIT JARS, per dozen only 35( JAR RUBBERS, 1 doz. in package. 3 p rorl4c 2-PIECE CAPS—LID and BANDS, OO, per dozen only *wl PARAWAX, per package. Ilk STANDBY TOMATO JUICE, 46 ounce can for Per dozen cans 2% $3.29 KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, 0C 13 oz. pkgs., 2 packages for «W* FRUIT - FRUIT PEACHES PEARS PRUNES SPECIAL SALE PRICES GRAPES — RED MALAGAS, V 2 pounds for . -^JS JONATHAN APPLES, 90( 2 pounds for •* We reserve the right to limit quantities- The Farmers Stoi Telephone No. 231 Postville.

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