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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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1 ffACK roim. THE POSTVTLLE HERALD, POCTVILLE. IOWA WEDNESDAY, 8EPTEMBB1 Postville Herald CUfferd W. DeGsrmo Fred L. Martin Publishers lhtHi'il at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year fct Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties, Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, SEPT. 29, IMS. Mrs. Emily McCann of Chicago Heights was a caller at the Will Leui home last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner left Sunday for St. Paul, Minnesota where Boyd is attending a three -day insurance institute. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY September 30 and October 1 and 2 "GONE WITH THE WIND" —The Greatest Picture of ALL Times! Eight years ago this one established a boxoffice record that •will no doubt stand through the ages. Filmed in Technicolor, and with a cast of stars including Clark Gable, Vivian Leigh, Olivia De Haviland and many others — this is worth seeing again. And that is what thousands of movie fans are doing— seeing it again. In Osage, Ani- mosa. Manchester, Waverly and Decorah. the picture has been a tremendous success. Owing to the length, there will be one show each night, at 7:45 o'clock. The film runs four hours and ten minutes. The news and the previews will be shown first and you can see the complete feature if you are present at 8:00 P. M. ; SUNDAY - MONDAY October 3 and 4 "THE DUDE GOES WEST" with Eddie Albert, Gale Strom, James Gleason and Binnie Barnes Here is something new — a comedy "AVestern." In fact, it is packed with laughs as well as action. When theaters like Elkader, Manchester, Osage, Iowa Falls, Hampton, and the other members of the 21 that be long to the Garbett chain or circuit play it on Sunday you know that the film has some thing. Business was swell and everybody got a lot of laughs out of the film. It is not just a "Western."* If it were it would have been played on the weekend by all of those theaters. Comedy is more popular now than ever — SO FOR LAUGHS SEE THIS ONE! SUNDAY MATI.VEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. IWIHIWIIH IHnmnHIIMII»WtHlmiMIII< TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY October 5 and 6 "MAGGIE AND JIGGS IN SOCIETY" Remember what a laughget- ter the last Maggie and Jiggs comedy proved to be? Well, here is another one that will tickle your ribs plenty. ALSO "THUNDER- HOOF" —with Preston Foster, -Mary Stuart, William Bishop, and a new hone, Thunderhoof Another fine out of door action film that is packed with action and thrills. Filmed in Sepia, like "Wildfire's Return." Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! A. L. Peterson was in Dubuque Monday conducting business for the Hall Roberts' son Elevator, Construction of a new chimney is underway this week at the State Highway Maintenance Garage. Mrs. Margaret Stockman went to Iowa City Sunday where she is under observation at University Hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson were in Mitchell Sunday visiting at the home of his folks, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Schroeder of Decorah were Sunday evening guests in the home" of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Rima. * Kathleen Meyer and Betty Gunderson, students at Luther college in Decorah, spent the weekend in their homes in Postville. Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder is spending several days in Minneapolis, Minnesota this week visiting with her sons, Lyle and Gerald Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters are moving to their new apartment over the dairy this week as final' •work on that structure was coini pleted. , • '1 Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy spent* Saturday and Sunday in the home of their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hubbel of Wauwatosa, Wisconsin. Mrs. DuWayne Bulman along with her sister and family, Lyle J. Monthei of Jefferson, spent the weekend in the H. C. Brown home in Minneapolis, Minnesota. Mrs. Boies Capper, Mrs. Lee Bowers, Mrs. William Kozelka and Ralinda Lammert were visitors Thursday in Prairie du Chien and Lancaster, Wisconsin. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Parker of Springfield, Ohio spent from Wednesday through Sunday in the Douglas Loomis home. The Parkers are parents of Mrs. Loomis. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Scully of Volga were Sunday guests in the home ol Rose and Mae McNeil. Miss Ellen Nuehring spent the weekend in Chicago with her sister and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Chapin. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Klingbeil went to Fond du Lac, Wisconsin Friday for a visit to relatives and friends. The body of Roy Smith of McGregor was interred at Postville Cemetery last Friday afternoon in a special ceremony. Miss Maxine Jackson, teacher at Grand Junction, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson. Mr. and Mrs. John Wersinger of Waterloo and Mrs. Verni Engle of Clermont were guests in the Alfred Meyer home last Friday eve ning. Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schutte were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer of Luana and Mr. and Mrs. H. J. •Meyer„BadJSMnily. f The Postville Locker Plant is undergoing remodeling this week with plastic paint being added to ( floors and new paint being added to walls and outside windows. / Mr. aW~MrsT "Wflliinr" Brinkmann and family were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mr. Brinkmann just returned from a 30-day visit in Germany. Mr. and Mrs. William J. Klingbeil returned Wednesday from a visit to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Seiler and son Billy, at Emporia, Kansas. Mr. and Mrs. John Falb of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale visited in the home of Fred Falb in La Crosse, Wisconsin last Sun day. Ground was broken this week and basement construction work started on the new Albert Foels home in east Postville. A num ber of large trees were removed from the property and a garage is nearly completed. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package 39c Jack Sprat Pineapple Juice, 46 ounce can for _ 49c Jack Sprat Elderberry Jelly, per jar only 25c Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 6 packages for - 49c Jack Sprat Boysenberries, 20 ounce can for _ 39c Jack Sprat Prunes, in syrup, 29 ounce can for 24c Jack Sprat Peach Preserves, pint jar for Zlc Jack Sprat Apricots, in heavy syrup, pint can for „..21c ; Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 16 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Salt, '; 2 regular 24-oz. pkgs 15c ^ Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 10;i ounce can for _..10c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 2 big 19-oz. cans for 27c 7 BOWL COVERS for 25c with the purchase of CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE 1 pound bag for 52c Jack Sprat Fresh Strawberry preserves, 16 ox. iar..49c Jack Sprat Apple Sauce, per can ~...18c Jack Sprat Apple Jelly, per jar only _ _.J9c Mayflower Pancake Syrup, 16 ounce bottle for 19c Mayflower Imitation Vanilla, 8 ounce bottle for. 12c Baker's New Sweet Cocoa Mix, per package 23c Matola Oil, 16 or. bottle 49c Puss In Boots Cat Food, 8 ounce can for _ „_10c CAMPBELL'S SOUP BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling and son and Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Gosden in Cascade. Mrs. Aitchison remained for a weeks visit in the Gosden home. Preston Carr, Monona insurance man, is attending the Mutual Fire and Casualty Institute at Hotel Lowry, St. Paul,- Minnesota this week. The institute is an intensive lecture and discussion course on various aspects of modern insurance. \ Mrs. James A. Parker of San Pedro, California arrived Monday for a two weeks visit with rela fives and friends. She is staying at the home of Mrs. Anna Tuttle. Mrs. Parker drove through from California with a friend who con tinued on to Ohio for a visit. The Postville Junior Pirates were defeated, 14 to 0, by the Waukon junior high football team yesterday. Only five decks of livestock were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens started on a trip Sunday to Springfield, Illinois and to other points south. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Boese went to Iowa City last week where Friday both enrolled as students at the University of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klingbeil of Monroe, Wisconsin spent Sunday with his brother, Erwin L. Klingbeil and family. . Ann Walch is attending the reception being tendered Christine Anhalt at St. Patrick's parish home in Monona today. Mr. and Mrs. James Overland spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Markley in Cedar Rapids. 1 Mr.» and Mrs. Arbie Heckman -and family were in Waterloo Sunday, guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Burroughs and family. Rev. Francis J. Vallaster is attending the golden jubilee celebration of Rev. Luke Donlon, pastor of St Patrick's Church in Monona, today. A new section of sidewalk and driveway is being put in this week in front of Casten Brothers Oil Company replacing a section which was badly cracked. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Palas were in Des Moines over the weekend visiting her brother, Richard Fleig, who is making preparations for a flight into Germany. Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hill and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer spent several days the first of the week in Minneapolis, Minnesota on a buying trip for the Hill Hardware. Saturday evening dinner guests in the W. L. Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Herman Tamm of Whittier, California and Mrs. Robert Rounds and Gary Lee of Monona. Among the out-of-town visitors in Postville this week were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Muchow of Hart ford, South Dakota and Mr. and Mrs. Werner Muchow of Sioux Falls, South Dakota. They visited with the latters brother, Otto Schroeder and other relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barnes of Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Jellum, Miss Minnie Skogsark and Miss Helen Skogsark, all of Decorah, and Gunder Jellum of Osage were in McGregor Sunday to a picnic dinner at Pikes Peak Park. Dr. H. D. Cole received a bear rug this week, a trophy from a hunting expedition in Canada last fall. The bear skin was made into rug about six feet long. The animal when shot, weighed 600 pounds. The doctor is planning another expedition to the same location this year after similar game. The following people spent Tuesday at the home of Mrs. August Schutte where the men shingled her home and the ladies prepared the picnic dinner and tied four comforters: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sander, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Block, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miene, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block and Harlan Scbara and his crew. / At the Elevator JUST RECEIVED a shipment of NEW CROP ILLINOIS GROWN MEDIUM CLOVER Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa The Veterans of Foreign Wars "Buddy Poppy" sale, which was to be held on the streets of Postville last Saturday, was postponed to this coming Saturday, October 2. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Godell of Marshfield, Wisconsin spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frese. Sunday the two families drove to Lansing where they visited in the Mrs. Esther Godell home. Mrs. C. B. Davenport of Woden passed through Postville on her way home from Chicago, Illinois where she visited her son, Robert, who is very ill at a hospital there. She spent the day in Postville with Mrs. Ira Smith and Mrs. Kate VanAUen. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Weiden- man and family of Cedar Rapids spent the weekend at the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sander. Mrs. Donald Null accompanied them, spending the weekend with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene. Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig received an announcement this week of the marriage of Allen Farrington, son of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Farrington of Traverse City, Michigan, former residents of Postville, and Miss Winona Spear of Traverse City. The ceremony took place September 2. Rev. Clifton M. Weihe of Allentown, Pennsylvania was in Postville Friday. Rev. Weihe is , at present serving as an associate secretary for the United- Lutheran Churches Parish and Church School Board in its program for Sunday School enlistment. He has been working in several Iowa communities. He plans on going to Ontario, Canada in October and to Texas in November. HOGS and CORN Yes, sir, hogs plus new corn plus a good place to sleep plus lots of clean, fresh water plus BOLSON'S HI-TEST MINERAL PROTEIN CONDITIONER self fed is the simplest answer to economical pork production. Bolson's makes unthrifty hogs good hogs and good hogs better hogs. Is priced very reasonable. FARMERS STORE POSTVILLE, IOWA Crop Goal of 300 Cars To Europe's Hungry The Central Committee of the Christian Rural Overseas Program (CROP) has announced a goal of 300 carloads of food to be collected in this county beginning Thanksgiving week. CROP, which is jointly sponsored by the Lutheran World Relief, Church World Service (Protestant) and Catholic Rural Life, gives direct relief to those too poor to buy food provided by the Marshall Plan, and their own country's economy. Anton Heitshusen. Williamsburg farmer and CROP • District Representative, recently returned from Europe, related that "Seeing is believing. I ate and slept with a German family for four days. My first meal was dry-cooked potatoes, which was dinner. Leftover potatoes heated in water for supper and two thin slices of sour bread for breakfast. Two little boys, five and seven, were eating the same. De wo want our children and ourselves doing the same, or will we give a little of our surplus and have our churches deliver food to the needy to help win the peace?" Fern Buraas was a caller at the Ben Erickson home last Thursday. Inhibitor Will Prevent Sprouting In Potatoes Many folks who have had trouble keeping stored potatoes from sprouting are having success with the new treatment called sprout inhibitor, says Ed Cott, extension horticulturist at Iowa State College. Composed chemically of a growth-regulating hormone, the sprout inhibitors keep sprouts from forming in the potato eyes. They come in dust, liquid or shredded paper forms, and have been used successfully for the past two years. So far, the dust seems to be the most practical, Cott says. The chemical is easily applied when the potatoes are being stored. When applied according to the manufacturer's directions, the growth preventers keep potatoes from sprouting throughout the winter. In addition, Cott says shriveling is reduced in a minimum. ^ Treatment costs only a few cents a bushel, and does not affect the food quality of the potatoes. The customary washing tubers get before they are cooked is sufficient to remove any trace of the chemical. However, giving this hormone Hud treatment doesnot mean that |3 age standards can be lo ^SF warm Cott. A cool, dark, n3 cellar is still the best plac^J keep them. 'i Sprout preventers should be used on certified seed potaU even though the seed is storedy some time before planting, w treatment has a lasting eft ec t 3 prevents growing a good crop. Three Births Reported At Postville Hospital Three new arrivals, two bojl and a girl, were reported at flj Postville Hospital during the week. Following is a list of births for the period: Girl born to Mr. and m Thomas Jones, Monona, Septal ber 25, weighing seven pounds i 14 ounces. Boy born to Mr. and Mrs. C ford Klinke, Luana, September i weighing seven pounds and i ounces. Girl born to Mr. and MR. \i Vera Stumme, Clermont, Septal ber 27, weighing seven pounds four ounces. Medical Patient Ed Lammert of Postville hj been a irtcdical patient in the ha pital since last Tuesday, Septes ber 27 Standby CANNED FOOD SALE FRIDAY AND SATURDAY—October 1 and 2 BUY BY THE CASE AND SAVE! STANDBY VEGETABLES—(New Pack) 3 CANS 12 CANS 24 CANS CORN, Cream Style or Whole Kernel, No. 303 can $ .49 $1.91 $3.79 PEAS, Fancy 3-Sieve, No. 303 can .59 2.29 4.49 GREEN BEANS, Cut, 3-Sieve, No. 2 can_ .73 2.83 5.59 TOMATOES, Indiana, No: 2 can .65 2.53 4.99 STANDBY FRUIT 3 CANS 6 CANS 12 CANS DELUXE PLUMS, No. 2'/ 2 can $ .73 $1.43 $2.79 PEACHES, Sliced or Halves, No. 2'/ 2 can 1.03 2.03 3.99 CHERRIES, R.S.P., For Good Pies, No. 2 can .85 1.67 3.29 FRUIT COCKTAIL, Fancy, No. 1 tall can .85 1.67 3.33 STANDBY JUICES TOMATO JUICE, New Pack, 46-oz. can_ _ .89 1.75 3.39 BLENDED JUICE, 46-ounce can__ .79 1.53 2.99 ORANGE JUICE, 46-ounce can .85 1.63 3.19 GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 46-ounce can .67 1.29 2.49 STANDBY CATSUP, New Pack, 14-oz. bottle__ .67 1.29 2.49 REDEEM YOUR PILLSBURY FLOUR-COFFEE COUPONS HERE! Empress Drip or lb. can 51c COFFEE Reg. less coupon 25c Your Net Price 26c $3.89 Pillsbury Cloth Bag FLOUR Tokay Grapes, 2 lbs 35c Jersey Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs.__23c Squash, Acorn or Buttercup, lb_5c Yellow Onions, 10-lb. bag 45c TOMATOES—Maryland (Dean) 12 No. 2 $J,79Caseof cans for 24 cans $3.39 CRANBERRIES, Early Black, per pound 25c PEAS, Garden, No. 303 cans- 3 cans for 35c 12 cans for $1.29 Casje of 24 cans for $2.45 STANDBY MILK, Tall cans 47." s 59c PORK & BEANS, Garden- 3 No. 2'/ 2 cans for 59c 12 No. 2'/ 2 cans for $2.29 Case of 24 No. 2«/ 2 cans—-$4.49 27c HEAD LETTUCE, 9 4-doz. size Snoboy& for Macaroni or Spaghetti, Quality, 2 pound pkg. 35c 1—Apricots, Whole Peeled l_Apricots, Halves Unpeeled 1—Peaches, Yellow Cling Sliced 1—Peaches, Yellow Cling Halves 1—Kadota Figs 1—Pineapple, Sliced Hawaiian 1—Peaches, Elberta Halves 1—Peaches, Elberta Sliced 2—Pears, Bartlett Halves 2—Fruit Cocktail, California ASSORTED CASE SALE! STANDBY CANNED FRUIT Large No. 2J4 cans ALL 12 CANS FOR $4.98 STOCK UP ON CANNED FOODS TODAY AND SAVE MONEY! POTATOES NOTICE! POTATOES supply of potatoes, and ours will not be in tiU the(time is rieht In the meantime we are taking orders for these popular hSSSLVvA^ to arrive in cars later. H"F«««» UR «™ » L FARMERS STORE Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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