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May 28, 1936

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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TAOB FOUK. THE POStVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1938, Postville Herald ffm. jr. Kllngbcll, Publisher Bert E.Tattle, Editor •Meted at the Postofflce at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Mail Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE • $2.00 Per Year In the U. S. A, Payable StrioUy in Advance ADVERTISING RATES IMap}ay..._ 30 cents Per Inch Locals, Readers, Legals. 10c Per line Want Ads. 1 cent Per Word Cards of Thanks 10c per line Gash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL IJ ASSOCIATION <^yyLej>iMMA. I 9 3 3 THURSDAY, MAY 28, 1936. I LOCAL Miss Mabel Evving has been added to the force at The Palm. The P. E. O. met with Miss Amy Meier on Tuesday evening. A. E. Hill of Nashua is here visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill "ITS TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. While enroute to school Monday, Buth Knoppe of this city fell and fractured her right wrist. Mrs. F. J. Thoma of the Thoma Cafe has been confined to her home by illness several days the past week. A baby boy was born Monday morning to Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muchow on the W. H. Oehring farm, north of this «ity. WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 32-PIECE SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WEEKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. VISIT OCR STORE FOR PARTICULARS THE WINCHESTER STORE. Iris Theatre POSTVTLLE, IOWA •MKMUtlltdUIIllHIIIIItllllltllltlltlllttlllllllllUilltllli THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MAY 28, 29 and 30 Robert Montgomery and Myrna Loy in— TETTICOAT FEVER' A cute and clever comedy- drama that you are certain to enjoy. Liberty gives it "Three Stars" and April Photoplay rates it a "Six Best." Added Attraction—"THANKS CUPID"—a two-reel musical revue that is really great! SUNDAY AND MONDAY MAY 31 and JUNE 1 Fred MacMurray, Joan Bennett and many others in— "13 HOURS BY AIR" Entirely different than anything yet attempted on the screen! Mystery and drama; comedy and thrills galore... And again an April Photoplay "Six Best" and Liberty "Three Star" picture. Fred MacMurray and Joan Bennett are an excellent pair. Selected Short Subjects: "THE COB WEB HOTEL", one of the most beautiful of all technicolor subjects. "THE YANKEE RHAPSODY", with Fred Grofe's famous orchestra. Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 2 and 3 Lionel Barrymore and Maureen O'Sullivan in— "THE VOICE OF BUGLE ANNE" —originally advertised to play here April 23 to 25. The picture was cancelled and "The Trail of the Lonesome Pine" played in its place. For the third consecutive picture you have a "Three Star" Liberty Magazine and "Six Best" Photoplay Magazine rated picture. These ratings are mentioned because the management wants you to know that you are getting the best in pictures night after night. Mrs. Ed Oldag and daughters were visitors in Decorah last Saturday. For Sale—A sorrel 3-year-old horse; 1400 lbs. Earl Miller, R. 2, Postville. Eggs were reported at 17c per dozen Wednesday at the local produce houses. Paul Koevenig of Decorah was here Tuesday evening to call on his mother, Mrs. H. M. Koevenig. Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson visited Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Carl Pederson home at Harmony, Minn.. The ladies of the local Auxiliary sold out their entire stock of poppies last Saturday, realizing something over $31.00. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steele leave on Saturday for Marengo for a week-end visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Steele. Rev. R. B. Garten already has 30 pupils in his church school, and expects .the nu.Mber will shortly be more than doubled. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoth were Sunday visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Chas. Hoth, near Frankville. The Club of the Hour closed their season's activities Monday evening with a picnic supper and program at the Old Stone House. A special crew of about 90 men were in Postville the first of the week putting in new ties on the main line and sidings of the Milwaukee railway here. Miss Lillian Heinrichs, R. N., is a new night nurse at Postville Commun ity hospital. She is a Waukon lady and recently graduated from a hospital in Sioux Falls, S. D. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass and family motored over to Fredericksburg last Sunday and spent the day with her father. J. D. Herrick, and her brother, Ben Herrick, and family. John Feeney returned to Postville Tuesday from his winter's sojourn in Pensacola, Florida. John also took in the New Orleans mardigras and the cotton carnival at Memphis, Tenn. Mrs. Hugh Shepherd is in receipt of a letter stating that Dr. Katherine VanVelzer of Long Beach, Calif., is seriously sick. Dr. Kathryn was a former Postville resident in the long ago. Miss "Fritzie" Richardson, who for several years has been a very capable helper at The Palm, has resigned her position and returned to Oelwein. She expects to take up teaching next year. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Spurgeon of Galva, Iowa, drove here last Friday. Mr. Spurgeon returned the same evening, but Mrs. Spurgeon and baby remain for a longer visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. Fred Groth motored to Ponca, Nebr., last week and brought the household effects of Mr. and Mrs. Gaylord Archer to the home of the tatter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Groth, of route 3, Postville, where they will spend the summer. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. B. Welzel and family, Paul Welzel, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel, Mr. and Mrs. Damond Meyer, and Mrs. Minnie Welzel enjoyed a picnic dinner Sunday at the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster home at McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Eaton left last Monday by bus on the return journey to their home in Long Beach, Calif., after a week's visit here to relatives and old friends, all of whom were mighty glad of the opportunity to meet and greet these fine former Postville folks. Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Candee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jahncke and family filled their picnic baskets full of good eats last Sunday and indulged in a huge picnic dinner at the Old Stone House, and before returning home they motored over to Luana and made a little visit in the Geo. Hinman home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoth and Mrs. Henry Lange drove to Mason City on Sunday, where the former visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Bammon home and the latter in the home of her son, Dewey Harris, and family. During the afternoon they drove over to the Odd Fellows Home and visited Geo. S. Tuttle, whom they found in the hospital at that institution, slowly improving from a sick spell, and who was more than pleased to greet somebody from his old home town. Weekend Specials PEANUT BUTTER, 16 oz. jar, Jack Sprat 17c OATMEAL, Cup & Saucer, 25c SUMMER DRINK, Jack -t Q Sprat, 4 packages for. X*/L» (20 glasses in each package) FRUIT NECTAR, Mayflower, 8 oz. bottle 10c PRUNES, 10 pound box for. 55c PORK & BEANS, Jack Sprat, 1 lb. can.~ .... 5c GOOD CHEER COFFEE, 15c PICNIC SUPPLIES THOMA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE Wm. F. Shafer of Waukon was a Postville visitor yesterday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Everman and family have a new. Terraplane sedan. News Bulletin—All McCall patterns in stock now Mi price. Luhman & Sanders. The Postville Lumber Co. is having a huge sign painted on the west side of its lumber shed. WE HAVE SOLD SEVEN NEW SKELGAS RANGES THE PAST TEN DAYS. THE WINCHESTER STORE. Twelve of the teachers of the Postville schools will enjoy a 6:30 dinner and farewell party at the Blue Arrow this evening. The Milwaukee railroad hauled 12 decks of livestock, two cars of eggs and a car of barley from Postville to market last week. Attorney W. H. Burling and R. M. Hecker were over at Waukon on business Monday forenoon, the former attending to legal matters. News Bulletin—Our hew dresses for Decoration Day have arrived. They are beauties and priced at $1.00, $1.95 and $2.95. Luhman & Sanders. Gilbert Livingood, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood, was operated for appendicitis Tuesday evening at the Postville Community hospital. Jean Horgan and Carolyn Campbell, who have been attending Iowa State Teachers College, are expected home Friday for the summer vacation. Mrs. T. R. Collins and Helene and Mrs. Erwin Klingbeil motored over to Cedar Falls Wednesday and spent the day in the home of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krogh. Miss Loretta Horgan, who has been teaching at Sumner the past year, will arrive here Friday to spend the summer vacation in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns motored to Hardin last Sunday and had dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Sidney Larson, and in the afternoon drove to Monona to call on his grandfather, Fred Witt. Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Waters of Burlington were week-end visitors here in the home of his mother, Mrs. Geo. Waters, and enjoyed a visit with Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eaton of Long Beach, Calif., who were here on a visit. Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Lien and Mrs. Jane Lien of Des Moines, Mrs. May Harrington of Marshalltown and E. H, Prior of Waterloo will be Memorial Day week-end visitors here to Mrs. Pauline Ellis and Mrs. Gertrude Bachtell. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Meyer of route 3, Postville, accompanied by their granddaughter, left Monday of last week for Seward, Nebraska, to visit in the home of the former's daughter, Mrs. Clemens Schwabe, and husband. Miss Gerene Schultz accompanied Mr. and Mrs. Walter Falb and children of Elgin to Elgin, 111., Saturday, where the latter are visiting in the Harold Phillips home, while Gerene went to Maywood for a visit with Mr, and Mrs. Emmett L. Morris, who got her from Elgin. On Thursday last Oscar Hanson Lloyd F. Putnam and Loren A. Bellows drove to Dubuque, the first two for the purpose of driving back a Plymouth coupe for Willard Weede king of this city, while the latter remained for a visit in the home of his son, Frank Bellows, and wife. The Postville creamery is paying 33c per pound for April butterfat, checks being distributed to patrons this week revealing that the creamery made 70,740 pounds of butter from approximately 56,857 pounds of butterfat ' received. Last year during April the creamery made 67,000 pounds of butter. Mrs. John Waters delightfully entertained a company of relatives at a six-thirty dinner at the Blue Arrow on Saturday evening last. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Frank W. Eaton of Long Beach, California; Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Waters of Burlington, Mr. and Mrs. Eaton Waters and Mrs. Geo. Waters. On Wednesday evening last Mrs. Arbe Behrens entertained a group of friends at a six-thirty dinner at the Blue Arrow in honor of the birthday anniversary of Mr. Behrens. Following the dinner the company repaired to the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Behrens on route two, Postville, to enjoy a season at Bridge, On Sunday last Mr. and Mrs. Gaddes Brooks, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Hofer motored to the upper power dam on the Iowa river, where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange of Decorah, and had a delightful time picnicking and fishing, and it took Mr. Brooks most of Monday to fill the orders for fish he had previously contracted. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steele will go to Iowa City next week to be present at the graduation of their son, Joseph B. Steele, from the law department of the State University of Iowa. This will be the third time it has been their pleasure to witness Joe's graduation— first from the Postville high school, next from Columbia College, Dubuque. A rather unique experience. Postville friends of Lester J. Parker of Los Angeles, California, were pleased to receive a short call from him last Thursday afternoon. He is a son of the late Jas. A. Parker, and since leaving Postville has grown up to be a fine appearing young man. He reports his mother and the rest of the Parkers in good health. He was accompanied by his wife, and they were enroute home in a fine new auto they came to Janesville, Wis., after. Lester is a commercial salesman for the Unique Novelty Co. of Los Angeles. A baby boy was born to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Gordon on Sunday morning. L. A. Bellows returned Saturday by bus from his visit in the Frank Bellows home at Dubuque. Deputy Sheriff Fred O'Boy of Decorah was a Postville visitor Sunday, but not on official business. Harry Plntt of Chicago arrived here Saturday morning on a visit in the home of his sister, Mrs. E. P. Durno. Mrs. John Beardmore of Waterloo was a visitor here last week in the home of her sister, Mrs. John Powers, and husband. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland attended the Alumni banquet at Clermont on Monday evening, where "Bill" acted as toastmaster. Mr. and Mrs. Hall Meier of route 2, Postville, are the parents of a fine baby boy born to them Inst Thursday at Postville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kamp of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Eggert were Monday evening visitors in the home of Mr., and Mrs. Joe Schultz. News Bulletin—Dorna Gordon dresses win popular approval for Decoration Day and summer wear. Priced at only $1.00, $1.95 and $2.95. Luhman & Sanders. Ed Overland. Ernie Overland and Elmer Meyer were Sunday visitors in Fort Madison, where they went to inspect an all-metal, fireproof barn being put out'by the Jamesway Co. Mrs. J. E. Perry, Mrs. Gordon Bjel land. Mrs. Maude Lippman and Miss Kay Beucher, all of Cedar Rapids, were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher. James Gregg of Waterloo was an over Sunday visitor here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gregg. James recently finished his course in the Gates Business College in Waterloo. Mrs. Elliott Schroeder and daughter, Patricia Ann, accompanied her broth er, William Mosby of Ossian, to the new scenic area near West Union last Sunday and spent the day delightfully in picnicking. Ben W. Lange of route 3, Postville is again a candidate for Post township assessor on the republican ticket, and Ira Smith of this city is running for justice of the peace on the same tick et and also has no opposition. ONE GALLON LINSEED OIL AND THREE QUARTS OF TURPENTINE WITH EVERY FIVE GALLON OR DER OF CHIEF HOUSE PAINT AT $2.95 PER GALLON. THIS WEEK ONLY'. THE WINCHESTER STORE Mrs. Leta Schutte has taken charge of the little park just west of the Postville public library, where vines and a bed of blooming plants and a well-kept lawn make a very pretty sight to see, and she says the best is coming yet. Watch and see. Dr. F. W. Kiesau returned Tuesday morning from Philadelphia, where he had been to attend a reunion of his graduating class at the Medical University of Pennsylvania, and he also visited in the home of his daughter, Mrs. Lillian Eames of that city. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Foels and Otto, and Miss Everman were up at Sheffield Sunday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldag and family. Dean Oldag returned here with ,them to spend a week with Bobby Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eaton of Long Beach, California; Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Falb and family of Elgin; Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Thoma. Mrs. Geo. Waters and Miss Irene Meier of this city were entertained at a six-thirty dinner on Wednesday evening last at the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips. Carlton Schroeder and Bob Kellcher were Iown City visitors last Saturday., Mr. and Mrs, W. W. Brooks were Cresco visitors Inst Sunday, calling on old friends. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz and family arc driving a dandy new Hudson-Eight sedan. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte were Sunday visitors in the Will and Paul Bishop homes in Charles City. Mr, and Mrs. John L. Gregg, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hein and Mrs. C. F, Meier were visitors in Des Moines on last Thursday, ) Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig and JJmmie, Mi', and Mrs. J. A. Koevenig were Sunday motor visitors in the vicinity of Dorchester. Mrs. Anna Beucher entertained the members of the Croquet Club last Thursday evening at a six-thirty dinner at the Blue Arrow. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder and family were motor visitors Sunday in Belmond and Clarion, visiting in the Will Lester home in (he latter city, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bulman and daughter of Waukon were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman home. The gentlemen are brothers. Mrs. Mate Welzel entertained the Bridge Club at her home Tuesday evening, and at the conclusion of the playing all repaired to the Blue Arrow for a late lunch. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig drove to Clermont last Sunday and after picking up her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Larson, they enjoyed picnicking along Turkey river. Mr. and Mrs. V. K. Clark, Mr. ana Mrs. Geo. Hartley, of Dubuque, and Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Clark of West Union were Postville visitors Sunday, the guests of Mrs. Pauline Ellis and Mrs. Gertrude Bachtell. Attorney and Mrs. W. H. Burling and Carl Holter were Waterloo visitors Tuesday. Mr. Burling attended to matters in the district court there, while Mrs. Burling and Mr. Holter visited in the F. L. Marquis home. Miss Florence Hoth closed her year's work as teacher in the public schools at Springville last Friday, and her father, Charles Hoth of Frankville, motored over there that day and brought her home to spend the sum mer vacation. On Tuesday evening last Mr. and Mrs. F. W. Eaton of Long Beach, Call fornia; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Gates and Mrs. Morgan of Oshkosh, Wisconsin Mrs. Geo. Waters and Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Webb of this city were entertained at a six-thirty dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Louis W. Thoma home. The many Postville friends of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Gordon of Des Moines will sincerely sympathize with them in the loss of their only child, James, a young man 16 years of age, who passed away recently after an illness of five months duration. The funeral was held at Clermont on Monday morning. Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson were visitors in Cedar Rapids and Davenport last Saturday and Sunday. They were accompanied as far as Cedar Rapids by Mrs. Lee VanHorn and Mrs. Con Hangartner. the former visiting in the home of her daughter. Mrs. Eldia Tollefson, and the latter in the home of her daughter, Ruth. 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