Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 30, 1936 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, April 30, 1936
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. THURSDAY, APIUL 30 1936. 5* Postville Herald Wm. J. Kltagbeil, Publisher Bert E. Tuttle, Editor Entered at the PostoSice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Mall Mutter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE •2.00 Per Year in the TJ. B. A. Payable Strictly in Advance ADVERTISING RATES Display, 30 cents Per Inch locals, Readers, Legals..._..JOc Per line Want Ads. 1 cent Per Word Cards of Thanks - 10c per line Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL u ASSOCIATION <^yVLejiuL &A. I 9 3 3 THURSDAY, APRIL 30, 1936. LOCAL OPENING* 5f $1,000 Hail Ins. $25.00—Dietsch. Mr. and Mrs. Birdsell have named their daughter Mary Eileen. Banker M. J. Klein of Ossian was a Postville business visitor Monday. Bob Kelleher, Roy Gass and Keith Waters were Waterloo visitors last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Luhman and iamily were Sunday afternoon visitors in McGregor. "IT'S TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WIN CHESTER STORE. Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele, Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers were Sunday afternoon visitors in McGregor. Mrs. Fritz Wilke was a Sunday visitor in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foels on route two, Postville. Keith Gray is now driving a nobby new town sedan of the Chevrolet fam Ily, purchased of the Falb garage. Iris Theatre POSTVILLE, IOWA MmimMiiiiiiiiiiiii(iiiiiiuiittiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii> THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 30 and MAY 1 and 2 Dick Powell, Ruby Keeler and Jack Oakie in— "COLLEEN A swell "dish" if ever there was one! "Everything"' everybody likes in this fine musical show — Singing, Dancing, Romance and Comedy. The musical numbers are a treat for the ears. Every bit the picture that "Thanks a Million" was. SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 3 and 4 Al Jolson, Sybil Jason and an all star cast in— "THE SINGING KID" Al Jolson positively gives you the finest picture he has played in since "The Singing Fool." Little Sybil Jason, playing opposite Jolson, is going to make Shirley Temple watch her step. "The Singing Kid" is now playing at the beautiful, new Garrick Theatre in Chicago. Don't Miss This Fine Feature! The Iris Theatre Management personally recommends it to you. Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 5 and 6 "CHARLIE CHAN AT THE CIRCUS" Another one of those baffling mystery pictures that everyone likes so well. "Charlie Chan" has always been good and this, his latest picture, is one of his very best. SPECIAL ADDED ATTRACTION "THE OPERATOR'S OPERA", a two-reel musical revue that is really outstanding. Come at 7:00 P. M. each night and at 2:15 Sunday afternoons and enjoy The Iris' new fifteen minute musical program. This new program was established on Opril 23, and, judging from the many compliments that have been received from patrons, it is making a decided "hit." Why not enjoy it too? $500 Hnil Ins. $12.50—Dietsch. H. H. Douglass was over at Waukon on business Wednesday. W. J. Rogers of West Union was a business visitor in Postville on Monday. E. E. Owen of Frankville was a Postville visitor Thursday evening last. Mrs, A. A. Schmidt entertained the Bridge Club at her home on Tuesday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldag and family were visitors in McGregor on Sunday afternoon. The Happy Hour Club was entertained on Tuesday evening in the home of Miss Louise Kugel. A fine baby daughter was born last Sunday to Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Brandt, southwest of Postville. The Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society cleared $292 at their annual dinner and bazaar a week ago Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Schuette, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone were brief visitors in Decorah last Sunday afternoon. The Edgewood Journal of last week reports the city water pipes at the public library rest room still frozen Eldo Kluss of this city was unable to report for work at the Ruckdaschel garage on Monday owing to a severe cold. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass and family motored to Monona last Sunday and visited in the H. H. Smith home. Mrs. Ben Meyer, who had been a patient here at a local hospital, was able to return Sunday to her home in Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis and family were visitors Sunday afternoon in the Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Olson home in Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Lance Candee of Elkader were Sunday visitors here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A, M. Candee. Mrs. Homer Cue and son were over from Randalia last Saturday visiting in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kohls. John C. Weihe of route one, Postville, took home a new tractor and plow last Saturday purchased of J. P. Ellis of this city. Mr. and Mrs. David Meyer entertained Mrs. Lena Meyer, Wallis Meyer and Mrs. L. H. Schroeder at dinner at their home on Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family were Fort Atkinson visitors on Monday afternoon, going up to get some apple trees for their orchard. The Castalia Lutheran church ladies will serve a dinner on Mother's Day, Sunday, May 10th. Tickets 20c and 35c. Everybody cordially invited. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoth, Charles and Jackie were over at Frankville last Sunday afternoon visiting in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Hoth. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swenson and family were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson. Gilbert Sanders was up from his work at Solon over Sunday visiting his family. You might not believe it but Gilbert shows every evidence of getting fat. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schultz home, northwest of Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and family of Franklin township were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. Helmie Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eggert home. Arthur Luehr and Miss Fowler of Waterloo were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. G. Bulman. Mr. Luehr and Mrs. Bulman are brother and sister. Miss Ruth Hangartner of Cedar Rap ids came Sunday to spend the day with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Con Hangartner, and to help her mother celebrate her birthday anniversary. Mrs. Lena Meyer of Beloit, Wis., and her son, Wallis Meyer, of Seattle, Washington, visited from Friday until Sunday in the Mrs. L. H. Schroeder home and with other local relatives. JOIN OUR MERCHANDISE AD VERTISING CAMPAIGN. COME IN AND WE'LL EXPLAIN THE DE TAILS THAT WILL INTEREST YOU. KOHLMANN BROS., MEN'S' AND BOYS' CLOTHIERS. All kinds nursery stock—Dietsch. Making garden has been claiming the attention of a good many Postville folks this week. Casten Brothers yesterday put in a new cement step in front of their Standard Oil filling station. Contractor Louis W. Thoma's men have been putting a fireproof roof on the Mrs. Anna Staadt home. The Club of the Hour was entertained by Miss Charlotte Meier on Monday evening at the Geo. W. Hein home. John L. Gregg & Co. have just put a new roof on the river that runs through a part of their lumber yard. Mrs. A. S. Burdick was the winner of the beautiful breakfast set at the L. L. Hill hardware last Wednesday. Dr. M. E. Kallman was at Des Moines Wednesday attending the sessions of the Iowa State Medical Association Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers motored to Cresco Sunday and spent the day in the home of his father, Walter Bowel's. W. W. Brooks was under the weather last Saturday and unable to be in his accustomed place at the Douglass Pharmacy. Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Kohls were over at Sumner Sunday visiting his mother, Mrs. Chris Bohr, and brother, Her man Kohls. Paul Koevenig drove over from Decorah last Thursday evening for a little visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs, H. M. Koevenig. A. L. Peterson. Mrs. Mack Peterson and baby drove over to Waterloo on Sunday and spent the day visiting with Mack Peterson. Egg prices slid up to the seventeen cents a dozen notch again on Monday, after being forced down to 16 cents the latter part of last week. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Klein and Miss Stella Weston, all of West Union, were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Weston. Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt and family and Mr. and Mrs. L. H. Appelman, of Clermont, were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland home in this city. Mrs. Fred Ernst entertained a small company of ladies at Bridge Thursday evening at the Commercial Hotel. Refreshments were served at the close of the playing. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt, Miss Leila Schmidt and Miss Cecelia Houdek will be guests this evening at a dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. G. E. Jorgenson in Clermont. Mrs. Margaret O'Connor and Cameron Holmes of Chicago arrived in Postville last Thursday for a visit in the Miss Josephine Durno home and with other relatives and friends. Al Bertleson and Irvin Thomson of this city tried their luck at fishing last Sunday in the vicinity of the Old Stone House and came back with a fine string of suckers apiece. This locality was visited by a nice drizzling rain a part of last Friday that started the grass on lawns to growing right lively, and the music of the lawn mower is not far distant. Mr. and Mrs. Con Hangartner, formerly of route two, Postville, are now Postville residents, having occupied one of the H. H. Douglass tenant houses on the north side the first of the week, and will endeavor to enjoy a respite from their years of labor on the farm. We welcome them to our city and hope and believe they will appreciate living here among their many old friends and acquaintances. Weekend Specials MEAT SAUCES, Jack Sprat, r assorted, per bottle *3\ J PEAS, TOMATOES, CORN, Ot?„ KRAUT, 3 cans for ULO\J PEAS, fancy sifted Jack 1 7/» Sprat, No. 2 can for X 4 C BLACKBERRIES, May- 1 r- flower, No. 2 can. ieJC CHERRIES, Mayflower, AOkn No. 10 can for ^K/C GRAPE FRUIT & PRUNES 1 jf _ Jack Sprat, No. 2 can. XOC SALMON, 9Q/» 2 one-pound cans £iQ\* CORN, Jack Sprat, Whole OK/» Grain, 2 cans for &DL> TH0MA BROS. RITE-WAY GROCERS All kinds Auto Insurance—Dietsch. I Fred Pliester of Decorah wns a Post- J ville business visitor Tuesday. Rny Looney, a son of Mr. and Mrs. j Ed Looney, is reported quite sick with ! pneumonia. The town council will meet in regular monthly session on Friday evening, May 1st. Mrs. Clara Miller's card club gave her a neat birthday surprise on Monday evening at her home. Les Masonhall, Noiling Thomn and Bruce Webster were trout Ashing on Wednesday and they got—back. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Welzel wove Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster home at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager and daughters and Dan Ferris motored to Rossville and Marquette Sunday afternoon. Miss Mabel Brandt of West Union spent the week-end at the Henderson Prairie home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brandt. B. J. Waters of Grand Meadow township has been drawn on the trial jury for the May term of the district court in Clayton county. Mrs. Anna Staadt, the Misses Pauline and Katherine Staadt were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoth near Frankville. Mrs. Pauline Ellis expects to move her Blue Arrow Cafe this week to its new location in the building formerly occupied by the Busy Bee Cafe. New Satin Slips with guaranteed non-rip seams, white or tea rose, $1.95. New Non-Sag, Knit Slips, white or tea rose, $1.00. Luhman & Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon and Mrs. Louis Thoma were Sunday evening supper guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon home at Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte returned Sunday evening from a weekend visit in the home of her parents. Mr. and Mrs. D. Dieckman, in Waterloo. I Mrs. Roy Bloxham and daughters. Miss Margaret Krambeer and Mrs. Fay Harris assisted Mrs. Con Hangartner with cleaning and papering on Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cy Harrington, Miss Cathryn Harrington and Mrs. Kathryn Abernethy were visitors in the home of the Burnham sisters at Farmersburg last Sunday. WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 32-PIECE SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WEEKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. VISIT OUR STORE FOR PARTICULARS. THE WINCHESTER STORE. Buy Curtains Now! New Zion Lace and Novelty Panels. 59c, 79c, $1.00 $1.19, $1.29; New Ruffled Sets and Pris- cillas. 69c, $1.00, $1.49; Cottage Sets, 75c, $1.00. Luhman & Sanders. GET IN ON OUR SECOND SERIES OF MERCHANDISE ADVERTISING —IT IS IN FULL PROGRESS NOW AND YOU'LL BE INTERESTED IN THE PLAN. SEE US TODAY. KOHLMANN BROS. Mr. and Mrs. John Huber of Spillville were Postville business visitors on Monday, coming down to visit their daughter. Miss Matilda Huber, an employe at Alfred Meyer's Four- County Hatchery. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harington drove over to West Union Sunday and after making brief calls at the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herwig and Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey Roberts homes motored back to Elgin and visited in the home of Warren's parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harrington. OUT COOKING COSTS NATURAL GAS/ Natural gas service brought to youT home by Skelgas is economical to use. But more than that! You'd like, wouldn't you, to have the city convenience of an instant cooking flame?—just the turn of a handle and the touch of a match! Well—you con! LOW FIRST COSTLOW OPERATING COST Skelgas-equipped ranges are reasonably priced, on easy terms. And you cut your cooking costs to 3 cents per meal per family! Have amazing new convenience, new leisure—right now! SKELGAS IS HERE • lnstant,hot heat! The safest cooking fuel! • No muss- no odor I • A genuine natural gas Louis L. Hill Heating—Hardware—Plumbing POSTVILLE, IOWA THE WmCMSTSA STORE MOR • GAIN CHICK MASHES CHICK FEEDS LAYING MASH AND NOW — A 40% HOG FEED WITH MOLASSES NORTHRUP KING BULK GARDEN SEEDS ARE GOING OVER IN FINE SHAPE. IGA GROCERIES - ALWAYS RIGHT Schroeders Week-End Food Specials HERSHEY'S Baking Chocolate Yz lb. Q Bar for__ V\* SUGAR C & H CANE 20 l t\ M The Farmers Store POSTVILLE, IOWA HERSHEY'S Breakfast Cocoa Vi lb. Can for. 9c Kellogg's Corn Flakes, pkg. _ 9c Campbell's Soups, assorted, can _ 9c Van Camp's Kraut, lge. 2*4 can _ 9c Salmon, Select Pink, per can.. 12c Gladbrook Mustard, Full Quart _12c Navy Beans, hand picked, 3 lbs. _12c Calumet Baking Powder, lb. can 19c Dwarfies Wheat Cereal, 30 oz. pkg. _ 19c Jello, 'The Genuine', 4 boxes for _19c Extra Standard Corn, 3 cans.. ?.5c Oxydol, large size, 10c box free _25c Dell wood Chocolate Cherries, lb. _29c HOME BRAND Four Star Fruit Values IVi size Pineapple Z\<> size Peaches, Halves 2}<j size Peaches, Sliced ZYi size Pears, Halves All Four Cans for only 87c ROYAL GEM Four Star Vegetable Values Tall Can Pork & Beans Tall Can Lima Beans Tall Can Kidney Beans Tall Can Vegetable Soup All Four Cans for only___ 35c THROUGH SUNSHINE! "IOWA" Quality Chicks IOWA Poultry Improvement Association • H-.E' *jSyr^-N t>. B Y ' Y QM,X- The above design displayed at our hatchery is your guarantee of the best quality baby chicks money can buy. _ Together with our improved flocks, from which we secure the eggs for our incubators, this means you are assured of chicks that will mature rapidly, yield high in egg production and are as free from diseases as it is possible to get them. . ORDER TODAY!— It isn't too late to get chicks started on the' road to money-makers. Conditions right now are most ideal for chick raising. We can supply them in any quantity and breed desired, at a price that is consistent with our high quality stock. Meyers 4 -County Hatchery Postville, Iowa A. C. MEYER, Prop. Telephone No. 234

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