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October 13, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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*AG« Fovm. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGarmo Fred L. Martin Publishers lettered at the Postoffice. Postvill' Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ft SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year fa Allamakee, Clayton. Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY. OCTOBER 13. 1948. Eaton Waters was a McGregor visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul L. Sonnkalb. Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb and Anna H. Leui spent Thursday in Dubuque. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 14, 15 and 16 "THUNDER IN THE VALLEY" Taken from the famous story of a boy and his dog, entitled, -Bob, Son Of Battle" / Starring in this Beautiful Technicolor Film are: teggr Anne Garner, Lon McCallister and Edmund Gwenn Pins the most beautiful Collie Do; since Lassie appeared on the screen This isn'i just a ''Kid" film. There isn't a person, young or old. who will not enjoy every moment of this splendid picture. Eeleased a year ago last September, this one has proven itself to be 1947"s most popular out-of-door action film.^ SUNDAY - MONDAY October 17 and 18 "MOTHER WORE TIGHTS" —with Betty Grable, Dan Dailey and Mona Freeman Another grand "musical" film, this one was released in October of 1M7, and it, too, is one of the best In fact, it is the best film Betty Grable has been in for •everal seasons. Second only, last year in popularity to "The Jolson Story" this has been a great "boxoffice winner." In fact, there were more requests here for this one than for "Jolson." There will be fans seeing tills one for the third time—it is that good. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY October 19 and 20 "BLONDIE'S REWARD" —with Dagwood, Blondie, the Kids and the Dogs There is a lot of good clean fun in these "Blondie" films that most everyone likes, young or old, and it is the type of film that you can take your entire family to and they will not see anything offensive in any way. Here is one that is a lot of fun for all. ALSO "THE VALLEY OF THE GIANTS' —with George Brent and Margaret Lindsay This James Oliver Cunvood story is one of the most popular he has ever written. This film, released in 1940, has never play ed the Iris and there is no more comparison between the present "Westerns" and this one, than there is between the 1918 auto and a 1948 model. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Coming Attractions: "The Beet Year* of Our Lives" "Homecoming" "Silver Biver" "On An bland With You" V "life With Father" •Melody Time" "Barter Parade" f Abbatt aad Costello Meet Eipirti ostein" "Dafe With Judy" fy'ffBjjk' Boote" " ' r*« Creek*' • Rudy Hartwig was in Cresco Monday afternoon on business. Robert Fitzpatrick has purchased the truck and grain business from Merle W. Lanse. R. M. Hecker was in Minneapolis, Minnesota Monday on business. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow were Sunday dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emanuel Larson in Clermont. /Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker and family were Sunday callers at the Ben Erickson home. Attorneys Arthur H. Jacobson of Waukon and Joseph B. Steele of Postville were business callers in Cedar Falls Saturday. Mrs. Ed McNeil and Mrs. Edwin Smith will be joint hostesses to St. Bridget's Circle in the home of Mrs. McNeil this afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Waters of Salina, Kansas visited in the home of his brother, Bert Waters, and family several days last week. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leui of Sterling, Illinois were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and Ramona and other relatives. A. L. Peterson and Mrs. Gunda Martindale were visitors in Waterloo one day last week and at tended the Dairy Cattle Congress. Harold Sebastian was a business caller in Waterloo last Friday and Sunday he and Mrs. Sebastian also attended the Dairy Cattle Congress. Philip Shutt of Independence, Democratic candidate for Secretary of State, was a caller in Postville Tuesday in the interests of his campaign. Ruth Doerring spent the weekend visiting Judith Thoma at Jessup and from there they went to Waterloo to attend the Dairy Cattle Congress. Mr. and Mrs. Billy Cole and Karen are here from Emmetsburg visiting with his parents. Dr. and Mrs. H. D. Cole and also with her mother, Mrs. C. L. Becker in Ossian. Rev. Clifton Weihe of town Pennsylvania returned to his home Sunday for a short stay and will go from there to Canada and then to Texas in the conduct of his pastoral duties. for 4 Robert Burling, candidate county attorney in Allamakee county on the Democratic ticket, was a visitor in Lansing and New Albin last Saturday in the intery ests of his campaign. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman of Rochester, Minnesota visited Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall and at the home of her brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Mas- onhalL Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy and Mr. and Mrs. Neiling Thoma spent the past weekend in Chicago. They attended the Northwestern-Minnesota football game Saturday and saw the Chicago Bears professional team in action Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hixson and family, Mrs. Emma Holtshopple and Mrs. Elsa Taylor of Monroe, Wisconsin and Mrs. Frieda Schwartslow and family of Cross Plains, Wisconsin were visitors on Sunday in the William J. and Erwin L. Klingbeil homes. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miller-^were in Waterloo last Tuesday attending the Dairy Cattle Congress. Six decks of livestock where shipped from Postville during the past week over the Milwaukee line. W. H. Burling attended the Iowa Real Estate Association meeting which was held in Cedar Rapids last Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Frese were in Monona last Sunday visiting his parents and from there motored to points along the Mississippi. Mrs. John Backhaus with Mr. and Mrs. Albrt Backhaus, Mrs. Marie Schutte and Mrs. Lucille Engle spent Saturday in Dubuque. Mrs. Harold Schroeder was in New Hampton Monday with her mother Mrs. John McLain, who underwent an operation at the hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. • Handy attended Dairy Cattle Congress in, Waterloo Saturday as a part of) their thirty-sixth wedding an|u- versary observance. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Knight, Mr> and Mrs. Lloyd Meyer and Mr, and Mrs. Cloy Miller of Clermont attended the Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo last Friday. Mrs. Urban Sadler and daughter. Rose Ann and granddaughter, Donna Lee Harris returned home Sunday from a visit in Cedar Rapids with Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thoma. ^1 Glen Tindell returned to his duties at the Tindell Shoe Store last Tuesday after he and Mrs. Tindell returned from a several weeks visit into North Dakota, South Da- Allen^fkota and Minnesota. Mrs. Susan Marston will return to Earlham Thursday after a months visit in the home of Bert Waters and family and other relatives in Frankville. . Mrs. Marston is a sister of Mr. Waters. ',' Mr. and Mrs. Orville .Wagemari of Hartwick and Mr. and Mrs. Murice DeGetor of Villica stopped for a visit with LeRoy Gass last week. The two men were service buddies of LeRoys having served together in Africa and were also together in prison camp. - Mrs. C. W. DeGarmo spent Tuesday and Wednesday in Des Moines visiting friends. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Hangartner of Glendale, California arrived for a weeks visit at the Frank Hangartner home. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hangartner and granddaughter Cheryl Hangartner, were Sunday guests in the Fred Hoffman home in McGregor. Band Instructor Luman Colton returned to his home Monday from the Postville Hopital after undergoing an operation for appendicitis. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Dahlstrom of Chicago and Mrs. Christine Hansen of Park Ridge, Illinois were weekend visitors in the H. J. Kramer home. Bowling Results Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzpatrick and Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Schroeder attended the Dairy Cattle Congress in Waterloo Thursday. Lyle Schroeder of Minneapolis, Minnesota spent the weekend in the home of his mother, Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder and with his brother and wife, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schroeder. ••'"The mercury dipped below the freezing mark Monday night for the first time this year in Post ville. Soaking rains in the past week have aided pastures but has ["slowed- work on corn. Mr. and Mrs. L. R. Jackson and Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Marston drove to Waukon, Lansing and La Crosse, Wisconsin Sunday after noon and followed the river road to McGregox_and-o»-home..-^. /Melbourne Smith, 33, son of Mr. and Mrs. S. S. Smith o£ Forest Mills, passed away at his home Tuesday following a ( lengthy illness. Funeral arrangements Tiad not been completed at press time and could not be given in this issue. The obituary will appear in next weeks issue of the Herald. Mr. and Mrs. John Drews of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Peck of Marquette and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Casten were visitors in the Ed Gass home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Kluss, who had spent the past two weeks in the Gass home, returned to their home in Marquette with the Peck family. Rose and Mae McNeil visited Sunday at the home of their niece and nephew, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DuCharme in Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin. They then drove on to Elkader to pay their respects to the family of Mrs. William Finley, who passed away. 35 WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Salmon, lb. can...."8c Jack Sprat Seedless Raisins, 2 pound package for 3"c Jack Sprat Pitted Dates, 6 ounce package for .....23c Jack Sprat Asparagus, can 59c Jack Sprat Pumpkin, 29 ounce can for. _ 17c Jack Sprat Peas, 4 Sieve, per can _ - .23c Mayflower Yellow Corn per can only ~.18c Jack Sprat Apricots, 16 ounce can for..- 23c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 16 ounce can for „ .29c Jack Sprat Concord Grape Juice, quart 45c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 19c Jack Sprat Prunes, in heavy syrup, 29 or can.. —24c Red Rose Medium Bed Salmon, per can...- 13c Mayflower Pink Salmon, per can only - 64c Mayflower Imitation Maple Flavor Syrup, 16 or bottle.,19c Vermont Maid Syrup, 16 ounce bottle for 29c SALMON TUNA SHRIMP OIL SARDINES MUSTARD SARDINES CAMPBELL SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CB^EAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK 8PBAT Store Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mohs arid Mrs. Martha Henkensiefken /of Owatonna, Minnesota returned/ to their home last Wednesday after a weeks visit here with relatives and friends. Mrs. Anna Mohs' returned home with them after a weeks visit with her sons, Harvey of Ellendale and Will of Owatonna. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland attended the marriage of their jiephew, Robert McSweeney, of Randalia to Miss Lana Mitchell of Oelwein in St. Francis Catholic church at Fayette on Monday morning. The wedding breakfast was served at the Moone Country Club in Oelwein following the ceremony. Mrs. Bertie Waters held an old fashioned comforter tying bee at her home in Grand Meadow township on Thursday when the Mesdames J. E. Horgan, Bernard Waters, Marie Leui, Clem Waters, W. A. Kneeland, Ambrose Waters, all of Postville, and Mrs. Susan Marston of Earlham came to assist in tying five wool comforters for her and Mrs. Kneeland. The sumptuous chicken dinner and afternoon lunch which were served, made the work most enjoyable,. Correct Figuring.. See Our Complete Line of FOUNDATION GARMENTS - - - featuring - - The Gossard Line of Beauty Girdles $1.98 to $10.00 Hook Arounds $2.98 to $7.98 Combinations $4.98 to $10.98 Brassieres $1.59 to $2.50 Garter' Belts $1.50 to $1.98 Perma-Lift Girdles $4.98 to $7.50 Brassieres $2.25 to $2.98 Formfit The famous Life Bra Tailored to fit $1.25 to $2.50 HUEBNERS General Merchandise Following is the bowling leagues standings for the week ending October 9 at the local alleys: League Standings American League Won Lost Jack Sprat 5 1 Browns 5 1 Elgin 4 2 Dodgers -1 2 Bethel 4 2 Clover Kami 2 4 West Union Lions 2 4 West Union Tigers 2 4 Farmersburg 1 6 Waters' Dairy 1 5 Individual high line— B. Miller 213 Individual high 3 lines— E. Genz 564 High three lines— Jack Sprat 2318 National League Won Lost Monona (1) 6 0 Deeres 5 1 Gunder 5 1 Shell Oil 3 3 Clermont 3 3 Legion 2 4 Castalia 2 4 Monona (2) 2 4 "Cardinals 2 4 Liiana 0 6 Individual high line— L,' O. Beucher 223 Individual high 3 lines— D. Wold 541 High three lines— Deeres 2574 TRY FOR 45,000 MEMBERS IN 4-H Iowa is going to try to get 45.000 boys and girls enrolled in 4-H clubs in 1949. In every Iowa community active solicitation of members will begin next week by the state's entire club organization, operating under the slogan "Forward with 4-H." To reach the 1949 goal the clubs will have to add 6,000 members to this year's figure. Preliminary estimates for this year show a membership of 39.000. In addition enough new members must be obtained to make up for the normal loss through moving away, reaching age limits and other membership shrinkage, P. C. Taff, assistant director of the Agricultural Extension Service at Iowa State College, points out. Who's Eligible Club membership is open to any girl or boy between 10 and 21 years of age. Each youth joining a club is required to carry an approved home economics or agricultural project, to keep records of the project, to attend meetings of a local club and to take part in all activities of the organization. No membership due is charged in the 4 -H organization. The program is a part of the federal-state cooperative extension program. On the county level the program is supervised by the county extension offices. Employed personnel in these offices work with coun- WEDNESDAY, OCTOte. ^, ty 4-H committees of men and women to plan the 4-H activities. Local clubs are organized In most Iowa communities. These clubs have a membership ranging from five up to as many as 35 or more. Each club has one or more volunteer lenders who work with the members and guide them in their activities. Leaders,'Project These lenders attend training schools conducted by county and state extension workers where they receive suggestions for project work and other activities. The leaders then pass this information on to the members. Separate clubs are organized for girls and boys. Girls' projects relate to clothing, home furnishings, or food and nutrition. One project is carried each year in a county. The program rotates on a three-year cycle. Boys have a variety of agricultural projects from which to choose. Herald Want Ads bring results. DANC Saturday,Qct| KEN KUSSEROr — anfl his — ORCHESTRA "The Best In Modern Must ^l Tuesday, Oct. li AMBY MEYER and M* —ORCHESTRA ADMISSION—15c AS ADVERTISED IN HILL HARD WAR ATTRACTIVELY BOXED... A SET FOR EVERY NEED 9 oz. 9 oz. For btvtrogtt. lightweight, top«r«d "tall-drink" tumbUri. $100 SIT or • I MAPI ir TMi MAKtns or MMOus mix MMM CROCERIE Buy These Bargains This Weekend! JONATHAN APPLES, Vt bushel for $2.49 CRANBERRIES, 2 pounds for 45c JERSEY SWEET POTATOES, 3 lbs.__. 29c MEDIUM YELLOW QQ A ONIONS, 10 pounds.— REDEEM YOUR PILLSBURY FLOUR COUPONS HERE FRESH ROASTED PEANUTS, per pound__ 29c PRE-COOKED BEANS, Of- Hallmark, 10 oz. pkg.— WHOLE GREEN BEANS Standby, No. 2 can 37c BORDEN NONE SUCH OO- MINCE MEAT, 9 oz. pkg U «JC HILEX, Per GaUon 49c NOLA SOAP FLAKES, *]A r SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR FRIENDLY FARMERS STORE Telephone No. 231 WE DELIVER ROY D. KNIGHT, Manager nil

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