Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 21, 1936 · Page 4
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Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, May 21, 1936
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PAGE FOCB. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllngbell, Publisher Bart E. TutUe, Editor Altered at the Postofficeat Postville, Sow*, as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE •2.00 Per Year in the TT. S. A. Payable Strictly in Advance ADVERTISING RATES • Odsplay —30 cents Per Inch Locals, Readers, Legals. 10c Per line Want Ads. _1 cent Per Word CSards of Thanks 10c per line Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL ,j ASSOCIATION THURSDAY, MAY 21, 1936. LOCAL "IT'S TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. Eggs were quoted at 17 cents Wednesday. Miss Lottie Gruhn is a new waitress at The Palm Cafe. H. E. Roberts was a business visitor in Chicago Tuesday. Aug. Baltz of Decorah was a busi •jiess visitor in Postville Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg and two daughters were Decorah visitors on Sunday. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Miss Leila Schmidt were visitors in Cedar Rap ids Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs have moved into the residence of the late "Win. H. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller and John Harnack were enjoying the Yel- Jow river scenery Sunday. Mrs. James Utley was taken to the Postville Community hospital Wednesday for treatment and care. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Miss Leila Schmidt were Sunday visitors in the O. H. Roebken home at Garnavillo. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Bloxham of route 2, Postville, have been entertaining a new baby boy since Tuesday. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gregg visited Sunday with James Gregg and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith and Billy in Wa terloo. Mrs. Lizzie Mackey of Ida Grove arrived in Postville Tuesday on a visit in the home of her sister, Miss Marga jet Mitchell. Iris Theatre rosTvnxE, IOWA •Mtmmtniiutmmmmimimminmiiimmimim THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 21, 22 and 23 Thousands of movie fans from every part of the globe have sent their requests to the Fox Film Company for another chance to see— WILL ROGERS in— "The CONNECTICUT YANKEE" —which even today is rated the best picture he ever made. If you haven't seen it you'll want to see it—If yon saw it five years ago you'll enjoy it again. SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 24 and 25 Janet Gaynor and Robert Taylor "SMALL TOWN GIRL" This picture is just so good that no one will want to miss it Janet Gaynor and Bob Taylor are a great pair. You'll see them again soon because "SMALL TOWN GHtL" is a big hit! Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY . MAY 26 and 27 and Jane Withers, June Lang Kent Taylor in— "GENTLE JULIA" This little girl is getting better with each succeeding picture. Theatres in Decorah and Oelwein played this on (Sundays recently so you can readily see that this little girl is coming to the top. C. F. Reincke was visiting friends in Decorah Sunday. Earl Henry went to St. Paul on business the first of the week. T. A. Jayne of Decorah was a Post- ille business visitor Tuesday. Mrs. H. D. Cole has been at Cascade and Dubuque since last Friday visiting relatives. Howard Gordanier was an over-nite visitor Monday in the Mr. and Mrs. Hall Meyer home. Herman Schutta began working on Monday in the implement department of the Postville Lumber Co. Miss Teresa Naso was a week-end visitor in the home of her mother, Mrs. Pauline Naso, at Marion. L. J. Masonhall is driving a new Chevrolet delivery truck to carry his bakery products to customers. Mr. and Mrs. John Healy of West Union were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Meier. Vernon Schroeder returned home Tuesday after recovering from an ope ration at the Postville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis are visiting in the home of their son, Kenneth, and family in Auburndale, Wis., sinfce last Sunday. Seven decks of stock, a car of barley and two cars of eggs were shipped out of Postville last week via the Milwaukee road. GRADUATION GD7TS—FOR GIRLS OR BOYS. USEFUL GIFTS, REASONABLY PRICED. THOMA BROS. PHARMACY. Ed Poesch and his ambulance went to Rochester, Minn., Tuesday after Orval Radach of Luaria, who was able to be brought back to his home. Mrs. T. H. Burns of Plankington, S. D., was a Postville visitor last Sunday morning, and had the pleasure of greeting a number of her former old friends here. Mr. and Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel and family and Miss Doris Swenson of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Swenson home in Cherry Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson drove over to Excelsior, Wisconsin, last Sunday morning and brought the latter's mother, Mrs. Lee VanHorn, home with them for a visit. Jas. Clarity, who has been a patient at Postville Community hospital the past 11 months, went back to his old headquarters in the Mr. and Mrs. Enno Lubbers home last Thursday. The Cozy Club men and women put over a neat surprise Tuesday evening on Mrs. Frank Ervin in honor of her birthday anniversary, taking along all the making of a delicious picnic supper. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook. Mrs. Gunda Martindale and son Donald, of this city, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Swain of Waukon, drove to Mason City Sunday and visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Fred Mickey home. John Lenth, Willis Lampker and Louis Miller of Monona pulled into Postville yesterday morning with a flock of fishpoles lassooed to their car and after picking up Chas. Radloff headed for Clermont to capture a carload of carp. Miss Elsa Nicolay, a former Post ville girl, is expected here next week from Seattle, Washington, on a visit to relatives and a whole host of friends in the old home town. She will make her headquarters at the Mrs, Anna Staadt home. Miss Amy Meier returned last Friday from attending the state conven tion of the P. E. O. at Ottumwa as delegate from Postville chaper FT. She reports considerably more rainfall down that way than hereabouts, as huge puddles of water alongside the road indicated. Attorney and Mrs. Arthur J. Palas, Mrs. Ella Schultz, Dean and Dale Meyer were taking in the scenic beauty \1 the Iowa river country last Sunday, \ going ^via Waukon and No. 13 and tkck yy way of Decorah, en joying a picnic dinner along with the other good things. Wm. Topel of the Monona locality was a sojourner in Postville several days the past week while being treated for a severe case of scalp infection. As we hear it Mr. Topel received scalp injury in a fall in the cellar at his home, but did not think much of it until the infection set in. Miss Matilda Huber visited Sunday with friends in Alta Vista. The Postville elevator Inst week retailed 750 bushels of seed corn. Mrs. Anthony Olson of Chicago is here on a visit In the Mr. and Mrs. H. Shepherd home. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet with Mrs. J. T. Humphrey on Wednesday, May 27th. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling and Bob and Carl Holler were Oelwein motor visitors Sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fritz Wilke returned Sunday from Waterloo where she has been for a time taking X-ray treatments. Mrs. Lynn Livingood of near Waukon was operated at the Postville Community hospital last Saturday. Joe Koevenig of Albert Lea, Minnesota, motored here Sunday to visit his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H, M. Koevenig. Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson and Mrs. Lee VanHorn were over at Decorah Sunday evening visiting relatives. Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds of Calmar were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mi-, and Mrs. Frank D. Rounds and Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Mark Piatt, who had been here on the sorry mission of attending the funeral of E. P. Durno left on Sunday noon for their home in Chicago. Mrs. Henry Oldag, Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Wilmer Nordin and Mrs. Walter Ruckdaschel attended the funeral of Mrs. Herman Buras at the east Clermont church, Monday, May 18th. Mr. and Mrs. George Schultz and Mrs. Fred Kamp of Waukon, accompanied by Mrs. Fred Doane of Ossian were at Howard, South Dakota, Sunday to attend the funeral of John Levenhagen. They returned home Monday. The last meeting of the Monday Club was held last Monday at the attractive country home of Mrs. Arbe Behrens. Following the program a delicious picnic supper was served and after an enjoyable social hour the club adjourned to meet in September. The benches and tables in the Postville City park have all been repainted, but the color scheme was changed from yellow to green so that the furni ture would harmonize better with the lawn and foliage color of the park. The mayor wants nothing but harmony in the park. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eaton of Long Beach, California; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates and Mrs. Morgan of Oshkosh, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hecker were delightfully entertained on Sunday evening at a six-thirty dinner at the hospitable farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. Mr. and Mrs. Dan Walters and two children of New Hampton were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush home. Mr. Walters is the Milwaukee agent at New Hampton and is also the gentleman who taught Mr. Bush the dots, dashes and spaces of telegraphy some years ago. Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Palas of this city were given a genuine surprise Tuesday evening at the supper hour when a company of relatives and friends with well-filled baskets put in an appearance, announcing they had come to help Mr. Palas celebrate his birthday anniversary, which they did in regal style, and they picnicked in the shade of the old apple trees. Dr. C. M. Morgan visited friends in Sumner last Sunday. Gunder Halvorson was a business visitor in Fayette Monday. Amo Schutte delivered a piano In Elgin Monday for Louis Schutte's furniture store. Contractor Louis W. Thoma and his crew are remodeling the kitchen for Mrs. H. E. Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass and family enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Old Stone House. Mr. and Mrs. Everett VanHorn of Monroe, Wisconsin, were here Sunday to attend the funeral of Wm. Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook were here from Waterloo Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhse and family were picniciiig on Yellow river Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Martin and family of West Union were Sunday evening visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdsell. Mrs. W. Klatt and son, Ralph, of Chicago, were Friday and Saturday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Heck man of route 2, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Luhman and family were Sunday afternoon visitors at the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Clark home on. route 2, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green returned Sunday from a several days visit in Waterloo at the home of their sonin- law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harry McLain. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Renzman and Johnnie Larson motored to Decorah Sunday, where they enjoyed a picnic in the park and also visited relatives. Clifford Lawson, the Misses Berna and Ada Schultz of Postville, and John Todd of Monona drove to Cedar Falls Sunday afternoon, taking the latter there to resume his studies at the Iowa State Teachers College. In checking over the list of dishes let out at the Lutheran Ladies' Aid food sale of April 18th, we find that a good many of the dishes have not been returned. Please bring them to the Farmers Store by the end of this month. F. J. Miller, J. M. Thoma, Elmer Meyer, Lloyd Bruce, John F. Palas and Lloyd Walter attended the Masonic Fellowship meeting at Garnavillo last Friday evening. They re port more than one hundred Masons in attendance. Mrs. Ralph Allen entertained her group of Commercial Club ladies at her home last Thursday evening, where a delicious six-thirty picnic dinner was followed by Bridge. The prize winners were Mrs. Erwin Klingbeil, Mrs. T. R. Collins and Mrs. Geo Kohlmann. At its regular meeting on Monday evening Postville Chapter, O. E. S put on a special picnic dinner and so cial season complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Eaton of Long Beach, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates and Mrs. Morgan, of Oshkosh, Wis., who are here visiting old friends. The Postville Herald last week ad vised its readers that a circus is ex pected to visit that town early in the summer. Postville is a good circus town and draws from a large com munity whenever one of the big show makes it a visit. A sure sign the de pression is over when the circus com panies get going again.—West Union Union. L. F. Putnam was a business visitor in Decorah Monday forenoon. diet Pearson is planting 35 acres of corn on the H. E, Roberts farm. Mrs. Jns. Utley of this city has been very sick with pnoumonia the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz and family were Sunday motor visitors in Dubuque. Mrs. Cora Jewell of this city Is recovering slowly from her recent severe spell of sickness. Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann entertained a number of lady friends at Bridge at her home on Saturday evening. A cement floor was laid in one compartment of the storage shed nt the state highway garage hore on Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrington were Sunday evening visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. C. J. Harrington, in Elgin. Miss Loretta Horgan came over from Sumner last Friday evening for a week-end visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Ciifton Weihe of Luther College, Decorah, was a week-end visitor hore in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John C. Weihe of route one, Postville. The party who took ladies' coat from Lutheran church dinner, is requested to return same at once and avoid further trouble. By Order of Lutheran Ladies' Aid Society. Miss Elnora Kuhse, who has a position in the Checkerboard Cafe at Elkader was a Postville visitor Wednesday morning, coming up to attend the wedding of her friend, Irene Meland, to Frederick Einck. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B, Welzel and family, Paul Welzel and Henry W. Schroeder motored to McGregor Sunday and spent the day in the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster home in honor of Mr. Gilster's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Abbott of Ossian, accompanied by Mr, and Mrs. Albert Bertleson of this city, were down at McGregor Sunday doing a bit of fishing, and as a result we presume their frying pans were busy on Monday. Mrs. Geo. Peckham of Bloomfield township has been chosen as Winne shiek county delegate to the Interna tional Conference of Associated Country Women of the World in Washington. D. C„ the first week in June.— Ossian Bee. THURSDAY, MAY 21, WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 3M>i£, SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WH UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE, visl OUR STORE FOR VAKTICUL THE WINCHESTER STORE. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Scharn and tick ily ol this city, accompanied by^I orly Brandt and Lila Vun\Y e j Frankville, were picnicking and i ing along the Iowa river Sunday. SKELGAS is NATURAL GAS! Nolurol gas it the foyortt* I city cooking convenience,! Now, you, too, con har*: this service, for genuine Sltelgos is natural gos! FOR ANY POCKIT800K There's o Skelgos range U fit your needs, and ^ pocketbook. And you en cook with Skelgas for J eh, per meal per family! FREE DEMONSTRATION You can judge Skelgas con-1 venience for youisen/inyow I own kitchen, withoutobligo.;! tion. Letustellyouoboutil!| EASY TERMS And you con buy genviatl Skelgas on convenient (tntl — on terms you con orW.I to meet. Let's 90 Mo pn,\ needs! SKELGAS] IS MERE L. L. HILLl Heating—Hardware—l'lumbin{ POSTVILLE, IOWA JAMES F. DREW Democratic Candidate For COUNTY ATTORNEY Seeking Second Term YOUR VOTE AND SUPPORT WILL BE APPRECIATED. Hi Schroeder s Week-End Food Specials Bananas Golden Yellow Per lb. Only__ 4c Pineapple Crushed or Tidbits 2 T/ 15c KRE-MEL Dessert Pudding Per Box Only. 4c Weekend Specials PEANUT BUTTER, May- "I ftp flower, quart jar. -LI7U DILL PICKLES, Mayflower, -t n 0 quart jar J. • 1/ SWEET PICKLES, Jack 0O« Sprat, quart jar.._ OOl/ SALAD DRESSING, Jack n Sprat, quart jar... £t I Ks PRUNES. Santa Clara, KK« 10 lb. box , „.. _ OtlC MATCHES, -1 Q _ 6 boxes for J-OV GOOD CHEER COFFEE, OQp 3 pounds for .... OV\y CHOCOLATE CREAM OQ« COFFEE, per lb~...... ULUK> THOMA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE Hershey Baking Chocolate, Vz lb. bar_9c Home Brand Corn Starch, per box 9c Large Oval Sardines, per can 9c Green Cut String Beans, per can 9c Jello, the genuine, 4 boxes for 19c Macaroni or Spaghetti, 4 boxes 19c Fine Table Salt, 10 lb. bag__ 19c Oxydol Washing Powder, lge. box 19c Extra Standard Corn, 4 cans for 29c Gallon Italian Prunes, per gallon 29c Crisco, for shortening, 1 Vz lb. can _29c Brooms, 4-sewed Parlor, each 29c Jersey Cream FLOUR Guaranteed, | OA 49 lb. sack— i.DSJ Pure C & H Cane SUGAR Per hundred pounds HENRY'S Specials SATURDAY AND MONDAY MAY 23rd and 25th Hutch Overalls, two days only 89c Ideal Cambrae Work Shirts, full cut —- 49c Work Straw Hats —19c to 49c A Clean-Up of 50c Ties___—— - 29c Full Weight 8-oz. Canvas Gloves—-9 C A Fine Balbriggan Unionsuit 59c A COMPLETE ASSORTMENT OF Dress Straw Hats Wash Trousers Sport Shirts —and other summer goods a* reasonable prices. IT PAYS TO PAY CASH AT— HENRYS

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