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PAGE FOOTL THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA Postville Herald Clifford Vf. DeGarmo Fred U Martin Publishers Catered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year fcl Allamakee. Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 6, 1948. Ellison Orr of Waukon visited Monday and Tuesday in the Will Leui home. Sunday guests in the Harold JElima home were her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chris Meyer of Elkader. Ed Kozelka attended the Iowa Seed Dealers Association meeting held in Des Moines last Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and family spent Sunday at the home 4t his parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Ty\ei in Alts Vista. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eberlingr irere in Rochester, Minnesota last Sunday visiting C. F. Meier, who is a patient there. Mrs. Anna DeSart and daughter, Dorothy of Waterloo, came Sunday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Riser. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY OCTOBER 7, S and 9 "THE GUNFIGHTERS" Starring Randy Scott and Barbara Britton Filmed In Cinecolor Here is another film that is Jammed with action and thrills. Running 90 minutes, it has some of the most beautiful scenery you have ever seen. This is not a new film, having been released last year, but it has been the "tops" at the boxoffice. By comparing the color in "Gone With The Wind" and "Gun Fighters" it is amazing to note how much progress has been made in the "Color" films. SUNDAY - MONDAY OCTOBER 10 and 11 "ROMANCE ON THE HIGH SEAS" —with Jack Carson, Janis Paige, Don DeFore, Oscar Levant, S. Z. Sakall, Eric Biore — and last, but not least, that stunning newcomer, Doris Day Lush and laugh-laddened, and wrapped up in brilliant Technicolor—here is "'the" best in musical comedy. Doris Day is a knockout and Jack Carson is right there with the comedy. This company gave you pictures like, "Wild Irish Rose" — and what a '-honey" that one was. This is something to see and to hear. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY OCTOBER 12 and 13 "MY DOG, RUSTY" —with Ted Donaldson, Bert Littel and Ann Doran These "Rusty" series films are the most popular of all "series' Signs with the exception of the "Blondies." Everyone seems to like them and attendance has been real good on them. WITH An Action-Packed "Western" entitled— "TRIGGER MAN" —starring Johnny Mack Brown on the same program, you have an evening of very good entertainment. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Ruth Doerring has accepted an office position with the Hall Roberts' Son Elevator. Mrs. Kenneth Green returned home Saturday after spending a week with her mother in Ottumwa. Ed Kozelka was on a buying trip through central Iowa last week for the Hall Roberts' Son Elevator. Miss Judith Thoma, teacher at Jessup, spent the weekend in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hnngartner of Mt. Hope, Wisconsin visited their daughters, Joyce and Joanne over the weekend. Mrs. Berena Eno and daughter, Mae, of Sheffield spent several days last week visiting Mrs. Cora Krambeer and Evelyn. A Mr. and Mrs. Fred Gericke moved last week to the former Maggie Reif home. The Gerickes purchased the property recently. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Johnson of Chicago visited last week In "the H. J. Kramer home. Mr. and Mrs. James Gosden of Cascade were Sunday guests in home of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Tuller and Mrs. Elizabeth Smith of Des- Moines spent the weekend in the Josephine Durno home. / Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halverson.' and Sherri Gene of Ludlow entertained Mr. and Mrs. George Eder and family at dinner Sunday. Allred Nyberg was a business visitor in Minneapolis, Minnesota Saturday and while there saw the Minnesota-Nebraska football game. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb, who visited the past ten days with her daughter, Mrs. Ben Buren and family in Leland, returned here Monday. The basement in the new Elmer Hoth home was built last week and additional construction is expected in the next week or ten days. Jim French of Lanark. Illinois, former resident of Postville, spent Saturday visiting his brother, John French, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs, Wayne Kesterson left Sunday night for their home in Pensacola, Florida after spending several days with friends and relatives here. .... - —"3*4. Ruth Erbe. who attends St. Mary's Academy in Prairie du Chien. Wisconsin spent the weekend with her parents, Mr. and. Mrs. Arthur Erbe..... _. - Mj. and Mrs. A. C. Webster visited several days last week at the home of their son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Bruce Webster, in Sioux City and also visit|Sed. in Rock Rapids. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halverson of Waukon and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brainard went to Waterloo Tuesday spending the day at the Dairy Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Mills of Cumberland returned home Monday after a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Arnold H. Cassell and family. Mrs. Mills and Mrs. Cassell are sisters. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens returned Monday evening from a trip to points in the south. They went as far as Tryon, North Carolina and spent a day or so visiting with the Kenneth Sanders family there. Francis J. Kneeland spent the. weekend with, his parents, M»fl Mork of West Union sold their 13 ' acre farm located about three miles west of Postville to Clarence Morarend of Garnavillo with possession effective March 1, 1949:' The present tenant, Henry Helgerson, will stay on the farm next year. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland. Francis has been with the American Insurance Company at Rockfor^d, Illinois the past three months and now has been selected for special training at the home office in Newark, New Jersey, where he will be located for the next eight months. Francis Schroeder of Cloquet. Minnesota was a Sunday and Monday visitor at the Gus Miller and Carlton Schroeder homes. He left Monday afternoon for Iowa City to attend a quality control conference for the Northwest Paper Company of Cloquet, Minnesota and plans to be in Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania the following week in similar business. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package ......29c Mayflower Pancake Syrup, 16 ounce bottle _.19c Jack Sprat Vanilla Extract, VA ounce bottle for _.....29c Jack Sprat Pumpkin, two 29 ounce cans 35c Jack Sprat Milk, two 14 ounce cans 27c Jack Sprat Raisins, 2 pound package for 39c Jack Sprat Whole Kernel Golden Corn, 2 20-oz. cans. 44c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, two 27 ounce cans _..35c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, heavy syrup, 29 oz. can 49c Jack Sprat White Hulless Pop Corn, 16 oz. can 18c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, quart jar for 59c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, two 19 ounce cans 21c Jack Sprat Flour, 25 pound bag for _ $1.98 Jack Sprat Flour, 50 pound bag for.. $3.89 Fireside Marshmallow Creme, pint jar for _ 17c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bar S2c SWEET POTATOES IDAHO RTJSSETT POTATOES CAMPBELL SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store ^ B a I Mr. and Mrs. Nbrris Blegen and family have moved to the Fred Gericke home in east Postville. The house is known as the Minnie Heins estate. | Mrs. L. J. Masonhall, Mrs. Car r^e Martin and Mrs. Fred L. Mar tin spent Monday in Rochester/! Minnesota visiting with Mrs. Masonhall's daughter. / Sgt. and Mrs. Lyle Larson of Mather Field, Sacramento, Cal: fornia, spent the past week at the John Renzman home and visited with other relatives and friends. , Herold Paulsen, who is employed at Falb Motor and Implement hurt his arm in an accident last week. A wrench slipped and hit his hand causing a possible fracture and blood poison followed. V Five members of the Postville Veterans of Foreign Wars attended a V. F. W. district meeting at Manchester Sunday. They are Emil Schultz, Richard Hale, Ted Seybert. Walter Meyer and Stanley Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. "Curly" Schulz moved from Waterloo to Postville last weekend. They are occupy-, ing the apartment above the former Norris Blegen building, now the Postville Electric Company. Mr. Schulz is a partner in fthe concern. Russell R. Mork and Howard^, The Posrville-Volunteer Fire Department was called to the home of Josephine Durno last Friday- afternoon to extinguish a chimney smudge. No damage was done to the home but considerable smoke was caused. A defective smoke pipe from the furnace caused the alarm. Mrs. Ida Anderson of Worthington, Minnesota has been a guest at the Theo. Anderson home the past two weeks. Friday Mrs. Anderson entertained in her honor the following guests at dinner: Mrs. William Thompson, Mrs. Lester Thompson and children, Mrs. LeRoy Jeglum. Mrs. Frank Hausman and Gilbert Jeglum all of the Waukon vicinity. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER «, J Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy spent Saturday and Sunday in Mason City visiting his mother, • Mrs. Frank Handy, Earl Ruckdaschel and Betty Schutte were visitors in the home of Mr. ( arid Mrs. Louis Halverson in Ludlow _Monday evening^ The white barn at the rear the A. L. Peterson home in east Postville is being torn down to make room for new housing *in that area. Mrs. R. P. Strauch of Elgin spent several days Inst week f in the home of her son-in -law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters and oTfamuv- Emmett Helgerson left Sunday for Cleveland, Ohio to attend a Clover Farm Store convention be 1 " ing held there. He plans on returning Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson have moved into the Harold Turner apartment last weekend to make their home. The Turners have moved to their new home which was completed recently. Mrs. Kathryn C. Limbeck and Mrs. Amanda Schultz of Ossian visited Tuesday evening in the home of Anna H. Leui. They were enroute home from attending the funeral of Charles Washburn in McGregor. \/ Ray Cords moved to Postville 1 " from McGregor last week and is living in the Mrs. Carrie Kelleher home. Mr. Cords operates a cate- pillar and has a dirt moving outfit. He will follow that line of lusiness in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer and Judy Ann, Rosina and Willard I'Ostmann and Mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel were La Crosse, Wisconsin visitors last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. "Bobby" Sebastian returned Sunday from a visit in Minnesota and South Dakota. In Minnesota they visited their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Leo (Chub) Sebastian. They also drove into South Dakota to visit relatives there. ^-•The short strip of paving connecting the street from the waterworks plant south across the Milwaukee tracks was completed last week by the paving crew. Grading along the entire new paving strips in the town is being rushed.la„c.ompletion. " Mrs. Fred Sable and Mrs. Laura Schmidt of Owatonna, Minnesota returned today to their home after a visit here with relatives. Mrs. Schmidt who spent the past week here, celebrated her birthday September 29 with her twin sister, Mrs. John Sebastian. The John Lydon Estate farm of 205 acres located about six miles north of Postville, has been sold to Keith C. Waters with possession effective March 1, 1949. The' present tenant, Lawrence Krambeer, expects to move to a farm he purchased near Decorah on or before • '- """V ' •Leslie Poesch has. been named, lineman for the Farmers Telephone Company by the board of directors of that organization, replacing Lester Robbins, who resigned that position. Mr. Poesch has for the past three years been assistant lineman with the company and is well experienced in all ^phases of the work. A dinner party was held Sunday at the Ray Jacobia home to celebrate the second wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kesterson, who are here visiting from Pensacola, Florida, and the birthdays of - Jean and Marilyn Raisch, Mrs. Norman Raisch and Ray Jacobia, all of which occur in October. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Kesterson, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Raisch and daughters, of Geneva, Mr. and Mrs. H. Christofferson and Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia and Judy. Mrs. Margaret Stockman, who spent several days in University Hospital at Iowa City, returned on Friday. The first frost of the season was reported Monday night. Many spots in town were not affected btit the frost was general in rural localities. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Fullerton have moved from Waterloo to Postville. Mr. Fullerton is associated with the Postville Electric Company. Mr. and Mrs. William Hubacher of Monona and Mrs. John Hubacher of Mason City visited Monday with Anna H. Leui and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb. Eleven decks of livestock were shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line. The price drop on hogs cut additional shipments. • New booths have been installed in the V and J Cafe this week as remodeling continues on that building. The new booths are of the latest style seating four or six customers with all the overstuffed chair comforts. Mrs. W. S. Kyes of San Diego, California is visiting her mother, Mrs. F. L. Williams. Dr. Kyes, who has been visiting their daughter and her family in Des Moines, joined his wife here on Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Amend accompanied him to Postville. Will Renew T. B. Survey In Allamakee County It may be like hunting for a needle in a haystack, but Burnice Meyer public health nurse, about September 25 will renew the search for cases of tuberculosis in Allamakee county. Working on the theory that for every, known case there is an unknown case, she will direct her attention on persons known to have been exposed to \his infectious disease. Miss Meyer will visit these persons, taking case histories and inviting those exposed to tuberculosis to have skin tests. Chest X- rays also will be taken if their skin reacts to the test, an indication that tuberculosis germs have at some time entered the body. • Family physicians will make the skin tests, stated Dr. J. W. Myers. Allamakee County Medical Society president, who with Dr. L. H. Flancher, Tuberculosis Control Director for the State Department of Health and Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association, announced this eighth annual contact case finding program. The X-rays will be taken at a general conference to be conducted by the State Health Department on all cases recommended by family physicians, date and place to be announced later. The survey will be financed by the Allamakee County Tuberculosis Association and the State Health Department. It also is sponsored by the County Medical Society and the Iowa Tuberculosis and .Health Association. Christmas Seal funds help pay the program costs. Timothy Seed Crop Is Smallest Since 1934 Little ads with big results—our Want Ads. HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING Timothy seed production is the smallest this year since 1934, while alsiko clover seed production is up, according to Ralph Krenzin, Iowa State College extension agronomist. ' The United States Department of Agriculture forecasts that timothy seed production will be down on a nation-wide scale. Estimates are for the 1948 crop to be only 40 per cent of the 1947 crop. Krenzin gives several reasons for the drop. A favorable spring planting season this year resulted in increased diversion of hay land to grain crops. Relatively low prices for timothy seed last year and poor stands due to winter -kill also contributed to reduced acreage in timothy. In Iowa, where about half of the seed is usually produced, winter-kill was very heavy. While alsike clover seed production is up for the nation, Iowa and Minnesota will not produce as much this year, Krenzin points out. All other states will bring the total alsike clover seed production to 12 percent above the. 1947 crop. Krenzin says that the decrease in the Hawkeye state's production is due to winter-kill, the dry period during early summer and insect damage. Sell! Swap! Rent I Buy! the Herald Want Ad way. via 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 TREE BATTLE When B. A, Holm of w>ar i \A dlapolis lost a court fight to savl the tree bordering his farm, hi arranged settlement out of court! The county agreed to leave thl trees if Holm will keep thcJ trimmed and assume liability toj damages. There were eight daiiu « in London in 1800 y Wen JIlB^IBIIBIBIIIIBIllSliBBiiBS,,^ At the Elevator! COMING SOON Carload of RED ASH LUMP COAL ON TRACK Carload of 8-8-8 FERTILIZER There are a few tons available. , Postville, Iowa Be In Style! have your DIAMONDS remounted in our up-to-date mountings. W. J. HANKS Your Jeweler They're here ... the new Georgiana, Style- Rite, Trudy Hall and Doris Dodson Dresses . . . and full of fashion. There are soft crepes, gay gabardines, wonderful wools and romantic taffetas and failles. Each dress is highlighted that it will set you apart from the crowd . . • yet, are wonderfully down-to-earth in price. Sizes 9 to 16 Prices — $10.98 to $19.95 FOR MEN: Cotton Flannel Shirts Bright Plaid pattern; sanforized Sizes 14y 2 to 16 Price —$2.98 FOR BOYS: Colorful Cotton Gabardine and Flannel Shirts Sanforized — Sizes 6 to 16 Prices — $1.98 and $2.25 Men's and Boys' Winter Underwear All sizes and styles. EXTRA SPECIAL BRIGHT PLAID SUITING Yarn-Dyed - Fast-Color 36-inches wide 98c value now at only 79c PER YARD •••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••••< HUEBNER'S General Merchandise .