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September 15, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVlLLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, BEPTEMlW. Postville Herald CUftord W. DeGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers Intered at the Postoffice. Postville. Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year to Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere 53.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY. SEPT. 15, 1948. Mrs. Orval Roedken of Zearing J* a guest in the home of Mrs. .A. A. Schmidt. ^ Mr. and Mrs. John F. Falb and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fernald, the latter couple of Dubuque, spent the weekend in Mason City. Fred Gordon, who has been a patient in a hospital at Rochester. Minnesota, returned to Postville .hospital Thursday of last week. His condition remains the same. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 16,17 and IS "RELENTLESS" with Robert Young, Marguerite Chapman. Willard Parker and Bart McLane Filmed in Technicolor in the rugged mountains in Arizona. Here is the last word in action and thrills. The scenic beauty of the pines and the snow-capped mountains is unsurpassed, and Robert Young proves his versatility by doing a terrific job as a six gun toter who in order to clear himself of a crime he did not commit, has to track down the actual criminal. There are 9S minutes of action and thrills in this, one. ALSO •CBESOFF AND HIS VIOLIN in a fine musical act. SUNDAY - MONDAY September 19 and 20 "APRIL SHOWERS" —with Jack Carson, Anne Southern, Bob Alden, S. Z. Sakall. and a newcomer, Bobby Ellis Here is a neat package of en tertainment. It's a tune-ladened backstage story of vaudeville in San Francisco some few years back. Jack Carson. Anne Southern and Bobby Ellis, as father, mother and son, turn in first rate performances. Twelve-year-old Bobby Ellis is a standout with his songs and dances. This is the best role Anne Southern has had in years and she makes the most of it. This is really a swell film. Twelve top songs add to its enjoyment SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY September 21 and 22 "BLONDIE IN THE DOUGH" There is nothing more wholesome and appealing than these "Blondie" films. Dagwood and Blondie are always great in the funnies and the movie version with Penny Singleton and Arthur Lake are always good, clean fun. This series is the most popular of all. ALSO "THE LAST OF THE RED MEN" Filmed in Color with Jon Ball and Evelyn Ankers Based on the James Fennimore Cooper story, "The Last of the Mohicans." Packed with action and no little comedy, this Western" is "the" type that goes in the small town. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Miss Gretchen Zieman left for Cornell College at Mt Vernon Monday. 1 Rosella Opsand returned to her duties at Luther College in Decorah this week. , J. Mrs. Boies Capper attended the funeral of John Halverson in Clermsnt today. Wayne Chamberlain won the football that was given away last Saturday at the Farmers Store. Ruth Erbe is attending St. Mary's Academy in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. Joseph B. Steele was a busi- business caller in Waterloo last Monday afternoon. Ed Kozelka was a business visitor in Illinois last week buying for Hall Roberts' Son Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts Frank and Nancy, spent Friday and Saturday in Minneapolis, Min nesota. Mr. and Mrs. , Ernest Brandt and Otto were Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Minnie Meyer, Art and Marie. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer H6th, John and Charles, were Sunday guests in the Paul Koevenig home in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Gunda Martindale left Saturday for a weeks vacation at the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mickey home in Mason City. Clyde Fletcher of Hampton and Miss Kay Pint of Osage visited Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Martin. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brandt and Mrs. Minnie Meyer left Sunday afternoon by train on a vacation trip to Oregon and California. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Blakeman and children of Rochester, Minnesota spent the weekend in the Lester and Winfield Masonhall homes. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell returned Sunday from Rush, City. Minnesota where they had spent a week vacationing at the lakes in that vicinity. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Schlueter of Canistota, South Dakota came Monday to spend a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinhardt, and other relatives. / Mr. and Mrs. Jim Bartelmaji and son, Greg, and -Mrs. Mae Bott; of Morton, Illinois came Thursday and while here were guests of Mrs. Boies Capper. Mr. and" Mrs. Earl Gray of Atlanta. Georgia left for their home Tuesday after spending three weeks vacation in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gray. Mr. and Mrs. Edward Boske and daughter, Donna Lee, of Chicago, Illinois returned home after spending two weeks in the home of Mrs. Boske's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow. Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hofer and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hofer of Elgin motored to Chicago, Illinois Thursday to attend the wedding of Eileen Hofer, an evenf of Saturday. They returned home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Carlas Schultz and.j daughter and Miss Wilma Faupel; of Fallon, Nevada were visitors in Appleton, Wisconsin last Thursday and Friday at the home/of Mrs. Schultz's sisters. The Nevada relatives are returning to their home today. [ Eleven decks of cattle were shipped from Postville' over the Milwaukee line during the past week. Esther Oehring of Chicago, Illinois spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster. Mrs. Fred Blumhagen of Post ville submitted to major surgery at the Postville hospital last Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig took Jim to Des Moines Sunday where he enrolled as a student at Drake University. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder returned Sunday from a two weeks vacation which they spent in Chicago, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, and Elsie, Libby and Etelka Schultz spent Sunday at the apple orchard at Gays Mills, Wisconsin. Virginia Oldag, RN, of Rochester, Minnesota spent from Tuesday until Saturday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oldag. Gretchen Myers has gone to Austin, Minnesota where she is teaching school. Her sister, Patricia, is attending college at Cedar Falls, this semester. Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Thill of Du buque. who were here visiting the J. E. Horgan, A. W. Bush, Earl Abernethy and Mrs. George Meier families, left Thursday for their home. Mrs. Warren Harrington of Waterloo was a guest Monday and Tuesday; of Mrs. Boies Capper. Barbara Abernethy is" leaving this week for Dubuque where she will resume her studies at Clarke College. Lyle Schroeder returned to his studios at the McPhail School of Music at Minneapolis, Minnesota this week. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy were Sunday guests in the home of his brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Handy of Fayette. / Karlton Wagner, left for Dubuque Monday to enroll for the opening of the fall semester at Wartburg Theological Seminary., Kathleen Meyer resigned her duties as bookkeeper at Willman Motors recently and has enrolled as a student at Luther College in Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. F. J. Heaverlo and family and Mrs. Agnes Heaverlo of Cedar Rapids were Sunday guests in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. John F. Schlueter left for his home in Canistota, South Dakota Sunday night after visiting a few days with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Reinhardt and other relatives. Hold Picnic Sunday. A picnic was held Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christofferson, in honor of Mrs. Leonard Christofferson's birthday, at which the following family groups attended: Mr. and Mrs.Harvey Christofferson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hei- mn Christofferson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Christofferson and Ileta, Mr. and Mrs. Bert Backhous and family, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlman and Elizabeth, Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Schneider and Allen, Earl Ruckdnschel, Mr, and Mrs. E. J. Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halvorson and Sherrie Jean and Betty Schutte. Miscellaneous Shower. Jean Douglass entrtained at a miscellaneous shower in Lull's park Friday evening, 'honoring Virginia Peckham, a bride of Sunday. Attending the occasion were Violet Gordanier, Barbara Abernethy, Virginia and Lorraine Brown, Eileen Winter and Gladys Mae Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCaffrey and girls left Monday for Burbank, California having spent two weeks in the Horace Gordanier home and visiting friends and relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Waters quietly celebrated their twenty fifth wedding anniversary Sunday by visiting the Little Brown Church at Nashua and driving on to Mason City for the remainder of the day. Marion Sonnkalb went to Iowa City Friday to resume studies at University of Iowa. Miss Sonn­ kalb will also hold an advisory position at Currier Hall. Her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul S. Sonn kalb, accompanied her. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman and daughter of Newton visited last week in the W. G. Bulman home. Sunday, the group went to West Bend to visit the Grotto and proceeded -to Cresco where they visited at the home of Dr. F. O Luehr Sunday evening. Bob Douglass left Monday for Mt. Vernon where he will attend Cornell College. He was accompanied by his father. H. H. Douglass, who, before returning will attend the Postmasters convention at Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Douglass_ win join him there today. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey received word last week that a daughter weighing nine pounds and five ounces had been born September 8 to their son arid daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Donald J. Humphrey of Little Rock, Arkansas. The baby has been named Shauna Maria. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pears, two 29 ounce ,ans J$9c Jack Sprat Apricots, three 29 ounce cans 98c Jack Sprat Cherries, Bed, 20 ounce can for 37c Jack Sprat Peaches, three 29 ounce cans 98c Jack Sprat Blue Plums, 29 ounce can for..._ _...JJ4c Jack Sprat afacaroni or Spaghetti, 3 7-ot pk£S 29c Jack Sprat Grape Juice, pint bottle for _ 25c Mayflower Red Pitted Pie Cherries, per can .29c Mayflower Peas, 4 seive, two 20 ounce cans .29c Jack Sprat Oatmeal, 48 ounce package for ....35c Wallpaper Cleaner, 2 cans .23c Sani Flush, per can. J9c Vanish, per can... — .. 3Ze CORNED BEEF BASH SARDINES SHRIMP CBn.1 SPAM BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store A. L. Peterson went to Vinton Sunday where he attended the annual meeting of Company "G", 19th Iowa Regiment, of the Spanish American War. Thirty-two members of the company were present at the gathering. Mr. Peterson was one of the original members of this organization. Dr. R. F. Topliff and W. H. Burling report the sale of their farm of 309 acres, located one mile northeast of Ossian, to Conrad Schmitt of St. Lucas. Possession will be given the purchaser on March 1, 1949 and it is expected that John C. Martens, the present tenant on the farm, will remain under the new ownership. Cecelia Houdek of Chicago, Illinois returned Wednesday after several days visit in the home of Mrs. A. A. Schmidt She was accompanied to Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin by Mrs. Anna Staadt, Kathryn and Pauline, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Mrs. Orval Roedken, the latter -«of Zearing, where she boarded the Zypher to Chicago. At the Elevator BRAN $47.50 per ton COMING SOON another carload of LINSEED MEAL Roberts 1 Son Postville* Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCaffrey and girls of Burbank, California, Mr. and Mrs, Horace Gordanier, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier and Miss Opal Gordanier were Friday evening dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Vernas Meyer and family. Dorothy Waters left Tuesday for Dubuque and frost there she and her class go to Des Moines to write their National Board tests oh Thursday and Friday. Dorothy and a few others in her class will go directly from Des Moines to their new duties at Hines Hospital in Chicago. Sunday Dinner Guests. Sunday dinner guests at the Irving Deering home were Mr. and Mrs. Francis McCaffrey and girls of Burbank, California, Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier, Misses Vi and Opal Gordanier, Mrs. Louis Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman, Miss Gretchen Zieman, Bob Hartman of Freeport, Illinois, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zieman and boys. Mrs. Margaret Petri of Hartford. South Dakota and Mrs. John Bymers of Redfield, South Dakota were Saturday afternoon callers in the home of Frank Reinhardt, Harry Reinhardt, Harlan Reinhardt and Mrs. Mary Miene. LeRoy Gass attended the 34th (Red Bull) Infantry Division's first national convention held in Des Moines last weekend. Over 600 members of the famed division were present at the gathering to recount old times and renew friendships. Food Specials FRIDAY AND SATURDAY SEPTEMBER 17 and 18 2 Pkgs. Standby Wheat Puffs — and 1 Beautiful Plastic Apron *> Ol* ALL THREE FOR ONLY T v FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES JONATHAN APPLES, U.S. No. 1, 2 lbs—25c PASCAL CELERY, Jumbo Stalk for 19c RUTABAGAS, per pound only 7c ONIONS, 10 pound mesh bag 49c IDAHO RUSSETTS, U.S. No. 1, 10 lbs 59c LOUISIANA YAMS, 2 pounds for 25c CANNING SUPPLIES Ball Vac Seal 2-Piece Cap and Lids, pkg.___23c Ball Zinc Caps, per package 29c Vac Seal Regular Lids, 2 pkgs 23c Ball Pint Jars, per dozen 69c STANDBY ORANGE JUICE, 46 oz. can__29c HILEX, per gallon only 49c PILLSBURY CAKE FLOUR, 2% lb. pkg.__39c SPECIAL—WITH SPATULA FREE AIR-TITE WAX PAPER, 125-foot roll____23c WHEATIES, 12 ounce packages, 2 pkgs. 13c Breakfwt of Champions — Football Special PILLSBURY'S FAMILY FLOUR, 50 pound bag for ASK ABOUT THE 25c COUPON EMPRESS COFFEE, Regular «%n price 51c - - with coupon, net price—_ £UC Regular or Drip—pound can. (Satisfaction guaranteed). Use Pillsbury Flour Coupon for Empress Coffee purchase. STALEY'S SWEETOSE SYRUP— l>/ 2 pounds GOLDEN.,, 19c V/ 2 pounds WHITE 21c KNIFE OF 100 USES GRAND FOR BONING, TRIMMING FOWL OR MEAT! Guaranteed Retail Value $1.00 Please send the paring knife you offer. I enclose 35c and a label from a bottle or can of Sweetose Syrup. Name • $3.89 Address.. City. State. t Send this coupon and 35c to A. E. Staley Mf*. Co. 710 - 3rd Ave~N~ Minneapolis 3, Minnesota, for your knife. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa Entertain Guests At Heusman Home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman entertained the following' guests at their home last Sunday: Mrs. Frieda Stoppernn and Orville, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bareis, Mr. and Mrs. Hugo Mott, all of Cresco: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lnndsgard of Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hagenseck and family and Victor Meyer of Monona; Mrs. Mary Bareis and family of, Cnstalia: Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meyer and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stop- peran, Mr. and Mrs, Louis Luebka, Mrs. Verla Heusman and children and Mrs. Victor Walter. You can sell or swap with Herald Want Ads. SLEEPS Near Denison, th* A .. carnival truck' pulled over to one side onh and took a nap. H ta hi*' to hold and the tr C k ? S —With Many Special Mosey-Saving Values In Flna Qualify MnrcnoRdise IN YOUR MAILBOX SOON! oCouid oC. J4i(( HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATINl ALL IN ONE LIABILITY PROTECTION FOR THE WHOLE FAMILY PROTECTS--(if residing in the same house BiirhL ^husband, his wife, relativeso; eiiS i , ch . lldren under 21 in insured') eaie, related or not. AGAI Si7^ al L ? abi "ty up to WW or VlJu iUry \ ^eluding sickness, diseas| erty damage" 1 ^ fr ° m injmy and ^ AND m^ lm ?-7 Ex !> ens e * medical J ment up to $250 per person to cover m* fmL i ' nur &*g service, hospital 0 luneral expenses. FR °^r!ni U f y 1° or damage of person fl £w per f y of g ues *s or friends, tradesmen OCC ' member s of public. I 5> RIN £—Because of ownership or renb „L£i ence » ce m€tery vlots, tempos ce ' n P w construction. i ?£ C F? RING ~ B ecause of om*M\ h!L i do P> saddle horses, other animal wcycles, boats. 0R W Hr!J?^ embers a* the family are partf cipatm ? in sports like golf, hunting, W mg, swimming. I OR FROM.-Personal acts of the husband, J W1 fe, his children, his servants. I Turner Insurance Agency! "Complete Insurance Service" J telephone No. 170-J Postville, u4

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