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May 14, 1936

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. THURSDAY, MAY 14, Postville Herald Wm. J. KUngbeil, Publisher Bert E. Tattle, Editor •ntered at the Postofftce at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Mall Mutter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12 .00 Per Year in the TJ. S. A. Payable Strictly In Advance ADVERTISING RATES Display.™..... SO cents Per Inch Locals, Readers, Legals. .10c 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 ASSOCIATION <=AL THURSDAY. MAY 14, 1936. I LC LOCAL Excellent automobile Ins.—Dietsch. C. C. Dravis was a business visitor in Iowa City Monday. W. E. Durno has had the front of The Palm repainted in green and white. "ITS TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. Mrs. L. L. Hill will entertain her group of Commercial Club ladies at her home this evening. The Happy Hour Club was entertained Tuesday afternoon at the home oi Mrs. Clara Miller. 3= Iris Theatre POSTVTLLE, IOWA mMuutittiitiiiiimimmiiiimmimtiinttiiiiiiiiiiiiii. THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 14, 15 and 16 Ross Alexander and Anita Louise in— "BRIDES ARE LIKE THAT" Cute and clever, this spicy and snappy comedy-drama. It is Ross Alexander's first starring picture and he certainly does real well. Here is a film that the young folks will go for in a big way. It's great for the young couples—so bring your girl friend or boy friend. Selected Short Subjects— Charley Chase in "Vamp Till Ready", the best comedy he has made to date. Also "Run, Sheep, Run", a beautiful technicolor cartoon. SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 17 and 18 Margaret Sullivan, Henry Fonda and Charles Butterworth in— "THE MOON'S OUR HOME" "The Moon's Our Home" should not be missed! May Photoplay gives it a "Six Best" and a recent Liberty Magazine gives it a "three star" rating. It's packed with comedy: Charles Butterworth sees to that; and romance. Like "Brides Are Like That", it's a great show for the young people and people who want to stay young. Also—"Somewhere in Dreamland", one of the season's most beautiful color cartoons, and "The Yacht Club Boys" in fifteen minutes of song and comedy. Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY MAY 19 and 20 Little Jane Withers in— "GENTLE JULIA" There's little-to choose between Shirley Temple in "Captain January" and Jane Withers in "Gentle Julia." There's a swell love story with Tom Brown and June Lang. Also—A two-reel musical revue: "Roof Tops of Manhattan" and "Vaudeville Headiiners", a fine vaudeville show. COMING SOON— "SMALL TOWN GIRL" and "PETTICOAT FEVER" Farmers crop hail Ins.—Dietsch. Egg prices were quoted at 18c per dozen here on Wednesday. L. A. Bellows left last Thursday by bus for visit to relatives in St. Paul. L. A. Bellows returned Tuesday from his visit to relatives in St. Paul. The Auction Bridge Club was entertained Monday evening at the home of Mrs. F. L. Williams. A. E. Hill of Nashua was here on Tuesday visiting in the home of his son, L. L. Hill, and family. Five decks of stock, a car of barley and two cars of eggs were shipped out of Postville over the Milwaukee last week. On Wednesday of this week Aug. Schultz and son Kenneth finished the work of planting forty acres of corn on their farm. ' Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrington were visitors Mother's Day at the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harrington, in Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. Helmie Meyer and family were Mother's Day visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Meyer at Castalia. The seats in the waiting rooms at the Milwaukee depot are being rejuvenated with shellac and varnish and great is the improvement. HAVE SEVERAL BUSHELS MINNESOTA KXE AND IOAWEALTH HYBRED SEED CORN WHILE THEY LAST. FARMERS STORE. A. J. Phillips and C. W. Meier of this city were at Rochester, Minn., several days last week, where the latter went for medical treatment. Kenneth Schultz is at Fond du Lac, Wis., today to attend a sale of blooded cattle and may perhaps purchase one or more head to add to their fine dairy herd here. Mrs. Clara Thoma-Gordon presented a group of advanced music pupils at her home Tuesday afternoon in a pleasing recital of numbers by Liszt and Mendelssohn. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Chamberlain and two daughters were here from Hawkeye Sunday to spend Mother's Day in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. L. Chamberlain. W. J. Clark was in charge of the Burdick Sandwich Shop on Tuesday while Mr. Burdick and Elmer Lennon accompanied Sheriff John King of Waukon to Fort Madison. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gordon and family of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Thoma and family were dinner guests on Mother's Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordon. Mrs. Gertrude Starbuck of Dubuque arrived in Postville Monday, being called here by the serious illness of her brother, E. P. Durno, who passed away on Tuesday evening. Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt and family of Clermont and Mrs. Will Lathrop of Beloit, Wisconsin, were six-thirty dinner guests here Monday evening in the home of Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts were business visitors in Mason City Tuesday, and while there found time to call on Wm. J. Holahan and Wm. F. Cody, two of the big Bills of that city. Mr. and Mrs, Milton Helgerson and Millard Helgerson, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Simpson and sons of Mt. Vernon spent Mother's Day with Mrs. Melvin Helgerson and family northwest of Waukon. Dr. M. E. Kallman took Raymond Bray of the John Bray family to Iowa City last Wednesday for treatment of a throat infection, and word from the hospital is to the effect he is getting along nicely. Mrs. John H. Meier arrived in Postville last Saturday from Minneapolis, where she had been visiting in the home of her son, Milo, and family, and is now visiting in the home of her sister, Mrs. C. H. Meier. The mercury dropped down . to 48 here during Tuesday night, ^and Wednesday morning some of ^ur citizens started up their heating/plants again. It was some Changs after a week of eighty degrees and aoove. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Ernst of St. Paul motored down to Postville last Saturday to spend Mother's Day with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ernst of the Commercial Hotel. On Sunday they all motored out to the Mr. and Mrs. Chet Pearson farm home on route 2, Postville, to visit Mrs. Fred Ernst's mother, Mrs. Julia Pearson. Weekend Specials BAKING SODA, -| r _ 2 packages for . -Ltl*/ SAL SODA, -J r _ 2 packages for -LtJV OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, OfTp i cans for. ^OC QUAKER MUFFETS, "| |W per package -LUC BAKED BEANS, Jack Sprat, _ 1 pound can for *J V ORANGE SLICES, Tft*» per pound J.UC GOOD CHEER COFFEE, -t r per pound -Ltlv CHOCOLATE CREAM OCjirt COFFEE, pound THOMA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE Highway hazard Acci. Ins.—Dietsch. L. F. Putnam was a business visitor in Decorah Tuesday. The Farmers Store is sporting a new awning which was erected yesterday. Miss Margaret Reddin was a dinner guest Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Gass. New Rayon Underwear for summer wear, novelty trim, 25c, 39c, 59c. L'uh- man & Sanders. J. W. Steele was assisting in the Dravis Cash Grocery on Monday while Mr. Dravis was out of town on business. Food sale by the Lutheran Women's M, S. at Schutte's furniture store, Saturday, May 16, commencing at 11:00 o'clock. Dr. J. W. Myers of this city was up at Rochester, Minn., last Wednesday to attend a medical clinic at the Mayo institute. GRADUATION GIFTS—FOR GIRLS OR BOYS. USEFUL GIFTS, REASONABLY PRICED. THOMA BROS. PHARMACY. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Neff of West Union were Mother's Day visitors here in the home of the letter's mother, Mrs. Wm. Brandt. Miss Janice Wiethorn, Ivon Schultz and John Todd, all of Monona, were supper guests of Mrs. Ella Schultz and daughters on Sunday. Graduation Gifts—We suggest white purses, dance sets, silk hose, gowns, pajamas, robes. Popular prices, 59c to $1.95. Luhman & Sanders. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Gaddes Brooks were Mother's Day guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hofer home last Sunday. Mrs. Laura Angell, who suffered a fractured hip some months ago, is now able to sit up daily and will soon be able to get about with the aid of crutches. Sherman Hart of the law firm of Hart & Hart of Waukon, was a Postville business visitor last Friday evening, also making this office an agreeable call. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Piatt of Chicago arrived in Postville on Wednesday morning, having been summoned here by the death of his brotherinlaw, E, P. Durno. Jean Kelleher is wearing the middle finger of her right hand,ih a sling the past several daysvas^th'e result of an injury received while playing ball at school one day last week. It was Father's Day as well as Mother's Day in the Mr. and Mrs, Gilbert Sanders home in this city, as Gilbert came up from Solon to spend the week-end with his family. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kozelka, Edward and Eileen Kozelka motored over to Prairie du Chien on Sunday and spent Mother's Day in the home of Will's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Kozelka. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson and family spent Mother's Day in visiting in the homes of their respective parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. V. Pearson of Hardin and Mr. and Mrs. • Seward Swenson at Volney. Mother's Day was made a happy one for Mrs. Con Hangartner with the homecoming of her children Sunday. Those attending the dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Con Hangartner home were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Bloxham and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harris and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family, James, Lynn and La Verne Hangartner. Low rate tornado Ins.—Dietsch. The P. E. O. met Tuesday evening with Mrs. F. L. Williams. Aug. Baltz of Decorah was in Postville Tuesday painting signs. Mr. and Mrs. Gus Miller were Yellow River visitors last Sunday. Dr. Milton Kiesau was a professional visitor in Waterloo Monday forenoon. Mrs. John Schrocder was a weekend visitor in the Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Neverman home in Ludlow. Mr. and Mrs. W, J. Clark were entertained on Mother's Day at the home of Mr, and Mrs. H. V. Steele. James Gregg, who is attending the Gates College of Business at Waterloo was a visitor with home folks over the week-end. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts, the Misses Berkland and Wagner were business visitors in Dubuque on Saturday last. Mr. and Mrs. G. W. Hunt of Guttenberg were Sunday evening supper guests here in the home of Mr. and Mrs, L. F. Putnam. Miss Ellen G. Miller and Miss Ruth Van de Waa, of McGregor, were visitors here on Mother's Day in the home of Mrs. Alice Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence C. Hoth were visitors in the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoth of Frankville, the afternoon of Mother's Day. Mr. and Mrs. J. H. W. Schroeder motored over to Elkader on Mother's Day and visited in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Krogman. ' Mrs. Newton Naney of Fairfield, Illinois, arrived in Postville Saturday morning for a visit with her mother, Mrs. Harvey French, and other relatives. Mrs. Fred Schara and Louis Schara came over from Prairie du Sac, Wis., last Saturday and visited relatives and friends here until Sunday afternoon. Harrington & Christofferson slicked up the interior of Gordanier Cleaners the first of the week with new wall paper and the improvement is good to behold. Mi', and Mrs. Norbert Reburn and two sons, Norbert, Jr. and Byron, of Dubuque, were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Thompson. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall and family were Sunday visitors in Waterloo, and inform us that locality didn't get near the rain Sunday we did in this region. Volga City is organizing a commercial club and we Jiote that R. E. Candee, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Candee of Postville, is-^vice president of the new organization. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig drove to Decorah Sunday and spent Mother's Day in paying a visit to his sister, Mrs. Conrad Aarnes, who is a patient in the hospital there. Miss Helen Wegner has been reelected commercial and dramatic teacher in the Elgin public schools for next year, a position she has most capably filled the past year. Tuesday, Wednesday and Thursday of this week are what our German friends call the "Eisman," and if we get over them without frost the danger to crops from that source is supposed to be over for the season. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Erbe and family of Cedar Falls were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Art Erbe. The gentlemen are brothers. Mr. Erbe is one of the instructors at the Iowa State Teachers College. Schroeders Week-End Food Specials BANANAS Golden Yellow Per lb. f- only *JC Jersey Cream FLOUR 49 lb. Sack. 1.39 Pork & Beans Van Camp Per can only 5c Sycamore Peaberry Coffee, lb. _15c Dwarfies Wheat Cereal, 30 oz. pkg. _15c White Soda Crackers, 2 lb. box .. _15c Velveeta Cheese, x /z lb. box _15c Pineapple, crushed or tidbits, 2 cans _15c Early June Peas, 2 cans for 15c Extra Standard Corn, 2 cans for _15c Golden Cut Wax Beans, 2 cans _15c Extra Standard Tomatoes, 2 cans_ _15c Arm & Hammer Soda, 2 boxes _15c Michigan Navy Beans, 4 lbs. for _15c P&G Laundry Soap, 4 giant bars_ _15c Pure C & H Cane SUGAR 20 pounds for s ROLLED OATS For Chicks 100 £ 2.39 6 months Acci. Ins, $3.50—Dietsch. Mayor Dietsch is having a fireproof roof put on his home. Lloyd Palmer and J. M. Thomn were business visitors in Waukon Inst Saturday. Mrs. Burr Cook will entertain her group of Commercial Club ladles at her home this evening. Mr, and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hove home near Decorah. Mrs. Harry Kohls was on overnight guest Inst Wednesday in the home of her mother, Mrs. P. S. Clow, in Rnudalia. Arthur Jacobson, republican cat date for .county•attorney, was a p vHie caller last Saturday, Mr. and Mrs. W. A, Kneeland family were visitors Sunday ^ nt the home of his mother, Mrs. L. Knceland, in Clermont, Charlotte Koenig, a daughter o! and Mrs. Wm. Koenig, was opera for appendicitis at the Postville c munity hospital last Wednesday. WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 32-PtE SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WEE UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. \% OUR STOKE FOR PAimCBLtf THE WINCHESTER STORE. 12 J I'D LIKE TO COMPARE COOKING COSTS " l WITH ANY0NE! COME IN- JUDGE SKELGAS FOR OURSELF So many Skelgos users soy:"! wouldn't do without my Skelgos range even if I hod to give up other things. But what impresses me most is how little Skelgos cooking costs!" Thot's true! You con hove this genuine natural gas service in your horns at o first cost, with terms, that will (it your pocketbook — and octuol cooking costs of only } cents per meal pet fa mil/ Louis L. Hill Heating—Hardware—numbing POSTVILLE, IOWA 8 THE MNM£ST£Jt STORE 1 =1 House Cleaning Time Is 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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