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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. THURSDAY, MAY 7, 1030, Postville Herald Wm. J. Kltag-bell, Publisher Bart E. Tuttle, Editor •Satered at the Postofflce at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year in the V. S. A. Payable Strictly in Advance ADVERTISING RATES Display SO cents Per Inch Locals, Readers, Legals 10c Per Line Want Ads. J cent Per Word Cards of Thanks. 10c per line Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. 'NATIONAL EDITORIAL ij ASSOCIATION <zA / ULJnJuaA. / 93 3 THURSDAY". MAY 7, 1936. I LOCAL 3 $1,000 Hail Ins. $25.00—Dietsch. H. E. Roberts was a business visitor in Chicago the first of the week. Mrs. Louis W. Thoraa entertained her card club at her home last Satur day evening. Slowly but surely egg prices seem to be crawling up. the market price on Monday being IS cents per dozen. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lange were visitors Sunday afternoon out at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Paul Topel Jr. Mr. and Mrs. Seward L. Swenson were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson. Contractor Otto Sander and his men are building a new home on the Jerdee-Landsgard farm near Clermont. Dr. H. D. Cole left Monday for Des Moines, where he is attending the sessions of the Iowa State Dental Society. Elmer Hoth and Will Schutta made the long drive to Chippewa Falls. Wis., last Sunday, where they visited in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta, returning home the same day. • I i Iris Theatre POSTVILLE, IOWA amriiimriiDiiiiiiifiiiiiiiiiitiiitiiiiiMiitiiiiioiiiiiMt THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 7, 8 and 9 Shirley Temple in— "CAPTAIN JANUARY" Positively one of Shirley's very best pictures! Fourteen reviewers all say so. Again you are urged not to wait until Saturday night to attend this film if you want to be sure of a good seat. SUNDAY ANT) MONDAY MAY 10 and 11 Clark Gable, Myrna Loy and Jean Harlow in— "WIFE VERSUS SECRETARY" If there has been a better picture than this in a long time the "wise" boys who know pictures must have missed it. How any one can afford to miss — "WIFE VERSUS SECRETARY" —will be one of life's greatest mysteries. Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 12 and 13 "THE THREE GODFATHERS" —with Chester Morriss and Lewis Stone. There is more heart-appeal and pathos in this, the story of three bad men who find a little abandoned waif on a desert, than any picture before or since "The Country Doctor." Special Added Attraction— "THE PIRATE PARTY AT CATALINA ISLAND" — all in beautiful and natural techni­ color. Don't miss this swell 2- reel musical revue. $500 Hail Ins. $12.50—Dietsch. Earl J. Handy is a business visitor in Kansas City this week. PAINT NOAV OR REPAIR LATER. THE WINCHESTER STORE. C. C. Dravis was a business visitor in Decorah Wednesday forenoon. Edward Kozelka was in Minneapolis Wednesday on business for the Postville elevator. Mr. and Mrs, Ed Overland and family visited Sunday with relatives in Rushford, Minn. L. P. Putnam is brightening up the interior of his Coast to Coast store with a coat of paint. MEN WANTED—TO CLEAN UP AT THE BRICKYARD. .INQUIRE OF CARLTON SCHROEDER AT ONCE. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte drove to Waterloo Sunday and spent the day in the Mr. and Mrs. D. Dieckman home. Mr. and Mrs. Guilder Halvorson were over Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Spencer Anderson home in Cresco. Geo. W. Hein and Senator Thomas Mullaney of Waukon left Wednesday morning for Des Moines on a business mission. Henry Eggert entertained a com pany of his gentlemen friends at a card party at his home last Friday evening. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass entertained the Croquet Club members and their husbands at their home last evening. A. J. Oelberg of Franklin township was a Postville business visitor last Thursday and made the Herald a pleasant call. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann and Miss Elizabeth drove over to Waver ly Sunday and spent the day visiting with relatives. Art Schultz and Mr. Cannon were down Yellow river Sunday teaching the suckers it wasn't safe to monkey with their bait. Mrs. H L. Shekelton and family of Minneapolis are here visiting Miss Nina Hinman and her mother. Mrs. Shekelton is a daughter of Mrs. Hinman. Geo. J. Schroeder of this city saved the local Masonic lodge from being skunked by lack of representation at the recent Masonic fellowship meeting held in Ossian. Miss Nina Hinman and her mother moved last Thursday from the Miss Margaret Mitchell home into the first floor apartment in the Miss Anna Neilly residence. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family were fishing near Myron for a time last Sunday afternoon, which they report not so interesting as it might have been. May first arrived on schedule time last Friday, being ushered in by a good soaking rain that was much needed to give small grain and pastures a good start. A dress pattern of one of our new washable silks would be most acceptable for a Mother's Day remembrance Priced at only 79c and $1.00 per yard Luhman & Sanders. John Falb. Jr.. and Bruce Webster were week-end visitors in Chicago, where they tfcok in'' a big league ball game and also^'brought home with them a flock of Chevrolets. A Scotchman from the Scotch Grove nursery was in Postville Monday with a load of evergreens, and because the weather was cold was trying to peddle them out for Christmas trees. Mrs. Margaret O'Connor and her grandson. Cameron Holmes, returned to Chicago Monday after a ten days visit here in the Miss Josephine Durno and Mr. and Mrs. W. E. Durno homes. Dresses! This week's shipment of Dorna Gordon Dresses features sheers, laces, sport fabrics in styles that are knock-outs. Dresses unequalled at SI. 00. SI.95 and S2.95. Luhman & Sanders. On Thursday last Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Peterson, who have been occupying the downstairs apartment at the Miss Anna Neilly home, moved into the apartment in the Mr. and Mrs. A. S. Burdick home. Mrs. Geo. Kruse of the Frankville vicinity suffered a painful injury to one of her feet last Friday when one of the horses at the farm stepped on that member, the calk on the horse's shoe causing a very sore injury to her foot. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns were dinner guests last Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Chet Pearson home on route 2, Postville, and in the afternoon they motored over to Monona and visited in the home of Fred's grandfather, Fred Witt. George A. Wilson, republican gubernatorial candidate of Des Moines, was a Postville visitor Tuesday forenoon calling on the voters while on his way to Elkader, where he addressed a County Young Republican Club meeting that night. Dr. Lloyd Tireman of Albuquerque, New Mexico, a former superintendent of the Postville schools, is to deliver an address before the National Educational Association at its annual convention to be held in Portland, Oregon, next July. Mrs. Geo. Waters and Mrs. John Waters of this city were visitors several days the past week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Waters at Burlington, going down last Thursday and returning on Monday, making the round trip by bus. Miss Matilda Huber returned Sunday from the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Huber, of the Spillville vicinity, where she had been detained by illness for several days, and is again at work at A. C. Meyer's Four- County Hatchery. All kinds nursery stock—Dietsch. PLANTS FOR MOTHER'S DAY. THE WINCHESTER STORE. Mrs. Levi Schultz of Luana was a visitor in Postville Wednesday. L. F. Putnam was a business visitor in Decorah Wednesday forenoon. Mrs. Vic Ruckdaschel submitted to a surgical operation Tuesday at a local hospital. Schoolmates of Miss Gladys Swing tendered her a birthday surprise at her home Monday evening. The state bank examiners were in Postville Wednesday looking over Postville's two financial institutions. Attorney and Mrs. A. J. Palas left today for Fairfield, Iowa, to attend the annual meeting of the Iowa Orni thologists Union. Mrs. Mate Welzel and Miss Olive Orr arrived in Postville by bus yes terday from their winter's sojourn in Los Angeles, Calif. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Brandt, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Bur rows of Luana, were motor visitors in Vinton last Sunday. A baby girl was born to Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schlitter Tuesday even ing at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis in this city. Rev. P. Hogan of this city was at Ossian last Tuesday evening in at tendance at the closing service of Forty Hours Devotion. Mr. and Mrs. Helmie Meyer and family were dinner guests Sunday in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Meyer of Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange of Decorah were visitors here Sunday evening in the home of her parents, Mr and Mrs. Gaddes Brooks. Miss Mary McNeil of the Farmers Store force spent last Sunday with home folks, the Ed McNeil family, in Grand Meadow township. Paul P. Stewart of Maynard, republican candidate for state senator from the Fayette-Allamakee district, was a caller in Postville Tuesday. Mrs. Leon Birdsell and baby daughter, Mary Eileen, left Postville Com munity hospital Tuesday and return ed to their home in this city. The tulip season is at hand again and we noticed a very pretty bed of them in full "blpom Wednesday in front of the L. A. Bellows home. Farmers report the small grain in this locality as showing a good stand and comingi alijng nicely in spite of the somewhat [unfavorable weather con ditions. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Kane and fam ily of Dubuque. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Steele and baby of Waukon were visitors here Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steele home. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Candee. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jahnke and family motored down to Elkader Sunday and spent the day in the Mr. and Mrs. Lance Candee home. Lady friends of Mrs. J. W. Steele gathered at her home last Wednesday evening to help her observe her birthday anniversary. A picnic supper was followed by cards. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey, Donald. Howard and Margaret were dinner guests Sunday in the home of his sisters, the Misses Anna and Emily Humphrey, in Monona. The Misses Berkland. Rislov. Naso. Wagner. Sullivan. Coffman and Mary McNeil were six-thirty dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and family on Thursday evening. WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 32-PIECE SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WEEKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. VISIT OUR STORE FOR PARTICULARS. THE WINCHESTER STORE. We are glad to report Roy Looney. the son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney. making good progress toward recovery from an attack of pneumonia with which he was stricken last week. Irvin Thompson and son Bob and Howard Gordanier were sucker fishing Sunday in the vicinity of the Old Stone House and report results sufficient to make the frying pan smell. Euclid Marston and Will Christofferson were recent visitors at the Paul P. Stewart farm near Maynard. where they purchased a fine herd bull to head their herd on route two, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis, accompanied by her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schlitter of Franklin township, were over at Harpers Ferry on Sunday on a picnic and fishing excursion, and did they ever get any fish—ask Clifford how many. All kinds Auto Insurance—Dietsch. F. W. Pliester of Decorah was n business visitor in Postville Wednesday. IT'S TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. Attorney W. H. Burling was at Elkader Tuesday attending to legal matters he had in district court there. J. W. Steele was assisting at the Dravis Cash Grocery Tuesday while Mr. Dravis was out of town on business. Mort Deering tells us he sawed the largest log he ever tackled one day- last week and secured 960 feet of good lumber from it. Ten decks of livestock, four cars of barlby and two cars of eggs were shipped out of Postville the past week over the Milwaukee. Yesterday morning it started to rain and hence Keith Gray summoned a flock of carpenters and had them start shingling his house. Miss Thora Collier, a teacher in the Waterloo schools, was a week-end visitor here in the home of her sister, Mrs. C. C. Searls, and family. Mother's Day. May 10th. What nicer gift for her than France silk hose in the new summer shades. 59c, 79c. and $1.00. Luhman & Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Austin, Minnesota, were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Koevenig. The ladies are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dravis and little daughter were Sunday afternoon visitors at Waterloo at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howell'. 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. Gilbert Stockman and family were supper guests Sunday evening at the Henderson Prairie farm home of Mr. and Mrs. John Dyke. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis and family were at church twice last Sunday afternoon, visiting the Little church at Festina and the big one at St. Lucas. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Hoth. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier attended the bankers convention at Oelwein Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Frank O'Brien and Miss Dorothy Huebsch. all of McGregor, were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele. Fred Ruckdaschel and W. H. Bur- i ling of this city are looking for a cold wave we should judge, as each ofj them were putting in supplies of! chunk wood Wednesday. ! Cy Amnions, who lias been spending j the winter in the home of his daughter at Osage, returned to Postville on , Tuesday and is more than glad to greet his old friends again. For the first time in many months no heat was required at the Herald office yesterday, the mercury soaring 1 up into the 80's. What a day for iish-; ing had it not been publication day. ! Miss Amy Meier entertained the; Shakespeare Club at her home Tues- i day evening. This club will close its' year's activities in two weeks with a picnic at the Mrs. Felicia Dresser farm home. Dr. H. O. Green of Milford. a former Postville boy. lost three cottages at West Okoboji Lake in the tornado that struck that section last Thursday afternoon. Foirr persons were killed and fifty injured by the storm. i Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig were! Sunday visitors in the home of his' parents. Mr. and Mrs. Embret Guls- 1 vig of the Gunder locality, and also drove to Clermont and visited with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. John Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Stone. Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Tut'k- W.T<- d..-.u) below the Stum? House park la >t Sunday afternoon obsoi vu :g tin- beamy' of the bluffs and accideMnl'y caught a flock of good sized suckers from ,,>« Yellow river. i Had one desired to g,> ri .-hn '.g last ' Friday it would not have been iicecs- \ sary to dig the bait, for as a result of \ the fine ram that morning tin- side- i walks about town were hterallv covered with angleworms of all dimensions, and ccoasionally a night crawler as large as a lead pencil could be seen. West Bend 25th Anniversary Special! A V/z quart sauce pan (one of the West Bend Matched Aluminum Line) regular 65c value at— 39c Beautiful, modern design—convenient size —easy grip handle—your choice of satin-ray or silver-sheen finish. We also have the other new utensils in the West Bend Matched Aluminum Line. SEE OUR MOTHERS DAY ALUMINUM SPECIALS/ Louis L. Hill Heating—Hardware;—Plumbing POSTVILLE, IOWA THE WfNCff£ST£A STORE ffla ^tiiiitiiitniiiiiiitiKiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiriMiiiiMu^ I At the Elevator | | SOUTH DAKOTA and j I NEBRASKA grown j | Seed Corn I $2.75 f PER BUSHEL I Hall Roberts Son I 1 Postville, Iowa ? 4HIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1I11IIIIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIMIIIIUIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII^ Weekend Specials CAKE FLOUR, Jack 1C|« Sprat, per pkg. i-t/V JACK SPRAT CORN FLAKES, WHEAT FLAKES, and BRAN FLAKES, 90^ 3 packages Cor LiXJkj TEA, "R" Grocer, -| Q Vi pound for J_«7v GRAPE JUICE, Jack Q7« Sprat, quart bottle u I v WALL PAPER CLEANER, nr Cleveland, 3 cans for £tO\j MATCHES, -t O 6 boxes for only 10 v CHOCOLATE CREAM «Q COFFEE, per pound LtUC, GOOD CHEER COFFEE, -t F per pound only lut TH0MA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE ouse Cleaning Here.. — and you will perhaps want a few pieces of Furniture to brighten up your home. Our stock of complete room suites and odd pieces right now is offering you a wide selection—newest patterns and all of the latest designs. These will enhance your home: Dressers Bedroom Suites, one piece or a complete set, Dining Room Suites, individual pieces or a whole set. Norge Refrigerators. Norge Washing Machines. New Home Sewing Machines, foot or electric power. Congoleum, Wilton and Axminster Rugs—and many other articles, -—all at attractive prices that cannot be duplicated elsewhere. Call and see us. Louis Schutte The Largest Stock of Furniture in N. E. Iowa Postville—Two Big Stores—Ossian

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