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September 22, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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I PAGE FOtm. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMB»» , Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGanno Fred.L. 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, SEPT. 22. IMS. Rudy Hartvig spent Sunday visiting at his home in Saint Ansgar. The office of Dr. J. W. Myers will be closed from Sunday, September 26, to Friday, October 1, .during the absence of the doctor. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 23, 24 and 25 "THE STRAWBERRY ROAN" with Gene Autry, Gloria Henry, Jack Holt and Rufe Davis Filmed in Cinecolor and in good Cinecolor, too. and when Cinecolor is good, it is more pleasing to the eye than Technicolor. This is Autry's first picture under his contract with Columbia Pictures, and any comparison between this S5-minute production and his former 60- minute films is simply impossible. The film has just about "everything"—scenic background of breath - taking beauty, the breaking of wild horses from, the hills, Autry's singing, and a very good story- The grosses on "Strawberry Roan" have been terrific. iiiniiiniMnmitm SUNDAY - MONDAY September 26 and 27 SPECIAL BEQUEST SHOWING OF "THE JOLSON STORY" t —with Larry Parks and Evelyn Keyes Filmed In Technicolor. This is the finest boxoffice picture, released for showing in late 1946 and early 1947. It has played in every theater to tremendous crowds, and it may be that almost all of the patrons of the Iris have seen it somewhere, but be that as if may, there still should be many who have not. Or. if they have, will want to see it again. There are some who have seen it three times and have expresed themselves as wanting to see it again. '"The Egg and I" played everywhere before it came here, and yet it brought the largest Sunday and Monday attendance in the history of this theater. NIGHT SHOWS AT 7:00 and 9:30 O'CLOCK. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY September 28 and 29 "TARZAN'S NEW YORK ADVENTURE" —with Johnny Weissmuller and Maureen O'Sullivan Released in 1942, and re-issued this year. You would think the film was brand new because of the business it is doing. ALSO "FRONTIER AGENT" —with Johnny Mack Brown This is an action packed "Western.", and "action packed" is stating it mildly. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Dr. and Mxs. H> D. Cole attended ihe funeral of C. L. Becker in Ossian Monday, Mr. and Mrs. John Wells of Camanche were callers in the Ray .Tacobia home last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner attended an insurance clinic held at New Hampton last Friday. Mrs. Richard Meyer and Alice Eberling visited last Friday with Miss Nina Martens in Iowa City. Nine decks of livestock were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line. Mr. and Mrs. Owen Short and, son, David, of Cedar Falls spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Harley Hills. Jean Douglass enrolled as a junior at Cornell College. Mt. Vernon. She left Postville Friday and registered Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Palmer left Friday for Iowa City where Mr. Palmer will resume his studies at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larson and Mrs. Laura Holt of Clermont were Sunday dinner guests in the J. W. Burrow home. About 75 neighbors helped to raise a new crib and granary at the Dale Turner farm last week. The new building measures 26x40 feet. Bob Douglass, who enrolled as a student at Cornell College at Mt. Vernon, spent the weekend with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass. Don Willard of Madison, Wisconsin and Mr. and Mrs. William Kozelka were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kozelka. Mrs. Ben Buren and daughter. Elizabeth Ann of Leland. came Friday and were accompanied home by her mother, Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb for a visit in the Buren home. Capt. and Mrs. H. E. Troy of Minneapolis, Minnesota, who have been guests in the Oscar and Allard Nyberg homes for the past two weeks, returned to Minneapolis last Sunday. Walter Fiet of the Ludlow vicinity, who suffered a broken vertebra in a fall in the granary on his farm eight weeks ago, is now able to be up and around the' house for a short time each day. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waters and Mary Lou of Des Moines, who attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peck in Decorah Saturday, visited his father, Bert Waters and family; Sunday. Ervin Haltineyer has purchased' the Clarence Nelson home in^ squthwest Postville. / Miss Iva Peterson spent the weekend visiting her friend, Arlene Amundson, in Waukon. A group of Rebekahs drove to Monona Tuesday evening to attend a meeting of that group there. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell left Tuesday for points ii^ North and South Dakota visiting relatives and friends there. .... ' Mr. and Mrs. Leo Boese went to Iowa City Monday where Leo enrolled as a sophomore at the University of Iowa. n Ed Kozelka spent Wednesday and Thursday in Minneapolis, Minnesota conducing business for the Hall Roberts' Son Elevator. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family were Sunday guests in the home of her mother, Mrs. John McLain in Fayette. Louis Hill, Jr. went to Iowa City Sunday where he will take a course in the advanced field of accounting at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halverson and Sherri Gene and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brainard spent Monday in the apple orchards at Gays Mills, Wisconsin. Jim Koevenig, who has enrolled as a student at Drake - University, Des Moines, spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner! plan to attend an insurance institute which will be held at St. Pavil, Minnesota September 27 through 29. They will leave for St. Payl on Sunday. ' Kathleen Meyer, a student at Luther College in Decorah, spent the weekend with her mother, Mrs. Elsie Meyer. Lprenz Willman drove her back to Decorah Sundav afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ernst returned home Sunday from a weeks visit in the home of their son and daughter-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ernst, and other relatives in St. Paul, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cole and Karen of Emmetsburg, who were called here by the sudden death of her father, Charles L. Becker of Ossian, visited Monday in the home of his parents, TJr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole. H. E. Roberts is expecting a short visit from his sister, Mrs. H. A. Templeton of Portland, Oregon, this week. She will arrive at Cedar Rapids Saturday morning; The Roberts will drive to Cedar Rapids to meet her. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christof-- ferson, James and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halverson and Sherri Gene, Earl Ruckdaschel and Betty Schroeder enjoyed a picnic dinner at Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin last Sunday. Roy Olesen, former assistant cashier of Postville State Bank, now assistant manager of the branch office of Security Trust Bank at Santa Clara, California, visited last week in the W. A. Kneeland home and with other friends. Mr. and Mrs. William Fischer, Mrs. Emma Fischer and Sgt. and Mrs. Arthur J. Perry were guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Dreier last week. Mrs. Perry is the former Venita Fischer. Sgt Perry is a member of the 82nd Airborne Division in Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Misses Opal Gordanier and Evelyn Krambeer are vacationing at a cottage in Clear Lake this week. They had as their Sunday guest, Miss Doris Dodge of Austin, Minnesota; Mrs. Einar Ahle- gren of Ironwood, Michigan; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Howe of Greene; and Willard Sander and Vi Gordanier of Postville. KONEYSAVINGBUYS i 0MTHBH MONEYSAVINGBUYS GELATIN DESSERT, 7 Richelieu, Royal or Jell-O, per pkg.__ f C ROYAL and JELL-0 PUDDINGS, per package only 7c CLINTON PUDDING, per package only 5c STOKELY'S FINEST CATSUP, per bottle 18c DREFT, per package at only. 29c HILEX, Buy it by the case, per gallon only 47c CANDY BARS, 3 bars for only Your choice of Pings, Forever Yours, Milky Way or Oh Henry GUM—Black Jack, Dentyne or Beemans Pepsin, per carton only__ 10c Snickers, 779c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise D^on Willard of Madison, Wisconsin was a weekend visitor in the William Kozelka home. Howard Hills will attend Iowa State College at Ames this year. He registered last Wednesday. Wayne Kesterson of Pensacola, Florida came last .Thursday to join his wife on a visit in the Ray Jacobia home. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Klemme, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Baltz spent Friday in Cedar Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson and Francis took Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Nelson to Ames Sunday where Edgar is enrolled at Iowa State College. Evelyn Erickson, a student of the University of Iowa at Iowa City, returned there to attend school. Ailene and Lillian Erickson accompanied her there. ,'• Ray R. Douglass was in Indianola Monday to attend a reception for J. Guy Swartslander, Grand Master of Masons in Iowa. Mrs.. Douglass visited relatives in Des Moines and they were accompanied home by her father, W. W. Brooks, for a visit in their home. ' Three lots in east Postville owned by A. L. Peterson were sold recently. Albert Foels bought one lot on east Green Street; Amos Ames purchased a lot on Lybrand Street; and Arnold Backhaus purchased an adjoining lot on Lybrand. These lots are just west of the Peterson residence. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans spent Sunday at the home of his brother, C. F. Evans in La Crosse. Wisconsin. Mrs. Dina Lindberg, Ruby and Arthur, of Seattle, Washington and Mrs. Carrie Mary of Huron Lake, Minnesota wore weekend guests at the Ben Erickson home. Mrs. Lester Roubins was honored at a birthday dinner in the Erwin Drahn home in Monona last Sunday. Guests included' her father, Henry Drallmeier of McGregor, and her son, Donald Fields, of Ames. Fritz and William Oestmann and Mrs. Walter Ruckdaschel of this vicinity and August Rabe of Belmond left early Friday morning for Steeleville, Illinois to attend the funeral on Saturday of their uncle and brother, Henry D. Rabe. Miss Gretchen Zieman, a junior in Cornell college. Mt. Vernon, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman is a member of the freshman week committee at Cornell. Miss Zieman is active this week in welcoming to the campus of the Iowa college 300 freshman. Opening week activities include a testing program, social affairs and a freshman talent show Saturday night. Bert Waters, Marie Leui. Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and family, Clem Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and family. Mrs. John Waters. Stanley Waters and Margaret Stockman attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Peck in Decorah Saturday. Mrs. Peck is a sister of Bert Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland of Decorah, Mr, and Mrs. Ginter Overland and Mr. and Mrs., George Overland both of Rushford, Minnesota, were Sunday guests in the James Overland home.' Legion Stag Will Be Held Here On Thursday The annual American Legion Four-County stag party will be held at the Big-Four Fair grounds tomorrow, Thursday, with a large crowd expected to attend the popular event. The gathering last year attracted many people and |»was well .received by all those attending. There will be a swiss steak supper served from 5:30 to 8:00 p. m. with a continuous round of events planned for everyone. A number of prizes will be given away by the Legion in addition to providing the entertainment. The stag is sponsored by Arthur F. Brandt American Legion Post No. 518 of Postville. Fall Meeting Planned By Missionary Group The Decorah Circuit Women 's Missionary Federation will hold its fall meeting Tuesday, September 29, at St. John's Lutheran Church at Waukon, Rev. N. F. Preus, pastor. The theme of the convention will be: "Is There Airy Word From the Lord?" Jeremiah 37:17. The speakers will be Rev. Bjorlie and Miss Dora Wang. Music will be furnished by the W. M. F. Chorus and by a group from Waukon. Registration will begin at 10:00 a. m. and program at 10:30. WEEKEND SrECIU Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 2 cans lor ' j Jack Sprat Dark R c a Kidney Beans, 2 20- oi. cans Jack Sprat Butter BCIUB, 2 19-oz. cans (or Jack Sprat Pork & Beam, 2\ 15Mi-ox. cans.tor Jack Sprat Mexican Style Beans, 2 15!.i-oi. cans Jack Sprat Oven-Baked Beans, 2 15!i-oi, cans , Duaon Green & White Lla> Beans, 19-oz. can tor Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 2 27-oz. cans for Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 2 19-oz. cans (or Jack Sprat Ilomogcnlwd Peanut Butter, 1 lb, Jir... Chocolate Cream CoSte, 1 pound bag tor t Jack Sprat Spaghetti, litf-ei cans, 2 cans (or only Husky Dog Food, 2 16-ounce cans (or. Cat Food, Puss-In-Boote, 2 8-ouncc cans for _ Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3-pound bag tor Mayflower Imitation Maple Flavor Syrup, pint bottle, CAMPBELL'S SOUP BORDEN'S ICE CREAM I SUGAR BOWL ICE CRM Fred J. 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