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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 20, 1948
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nun worn. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, OCT0BE11« Postville Herald Clifford W. DeGimw Fred L. Martin Publishers •altered at the Fostoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $3.50 Per Year i Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 30, 1948. John Falb was a business visit-or in Waterloo last Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Julius Hartwig of St Ansgar spent Sunday here with their son, Rudy Hartwig. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 21, 22 and 23 "THE BEST YEARS OF OUR LIVES" —with Myrna Lor, Frederic March. Dana Andrews and Theresa Wright The winner of every conceivable honor from the Society of Motion Pictures. The best film of 1SH6, the best performances by its actors, the best story of the year, and every other conceivable award that was given by the Academy. Not in many years has there been a drama as fine and human as this one. Harry Tyler was in Cedar Rapids Monday on business. A. J. Palas was a business visitor in Des Moines last Wednesday, Victor Meyer of Clermont was a business vistor in Postville Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schultz of Ossian were Sunday visitors at the Emil Schultz home. Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer were Sunday guests in the Lynn Hangartner home in Luana. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. were visiting relatives in Valley, Minnesota Sunday. Burrow Spring WUIard Schutte was a business caller in Cedar Rapids Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin P. Meyer of McGregor were visitors in Postville Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Benda of Chicago spent the weekend in the H. J. Kramer home. L. O. and O. J. Beucher drove to Marshfield, Wisconsin Tuesday to take care of matters at their farm there. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl of Wau kon were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gor danier. Airs. Emma Gunderson and Verla of Clermont were Sunday dinner guests in the Ed Kozelka home. Mrs. Marguerite O'Connor of Chicago. Illinois came Saturday to visit in the home of Josephine Durno. Ed Kozelka was in Madison, Wisconsin last Thursday attending a hybrid corn field day being held there. Mr. and Mrs. Bay Burnham of Minneapolis and Mrs. Burnham of Waukon called at the Art Burdick home Saturday. Owing to the length of this film there will be one show each night commencing: at 8:00 P. M. The film runs exactly 3 hours. NO ADVANCE IX ADMISSION lllllmiMHIin immiiittnmtwi SUNDAY - MONDAY October 24 and 25 "HOMECOMING" —with Clark Gable, Lana Turner and Anne Baxter Every reviewer in every magazine that contains information on current movies has given "HOMECOMING" its heartiest recommendation. Clark Gable is easily the best since "Gone With The Wind"', and Lana Turner, cast as a nurse, is splendid. ^ There is action for those who/; like it and there is everything that women like in a film. Th^s is truly a "BIG" film and one that gives "Years" a run for the money. ', SUNDAY MATINEE i « AT 2:50 O'CLOCK P. M. NIGHT SHOWS AT 7:00 and 9:30 P. M. WIIWUllMHIIHtlllllWlMlii llimillllltllHIIHWH TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY October 26 and 27 "BLACK EAGLE THE STORY OF A HORSE" —with William Bishop and Virginia Pattern Most everybody loves horses and those who saw "Thunder- hoof' liked it tremendously. Here is the sequel to it And a good one, too. Lots of action and excitement ALSO "BOWERY BOMBSHELL" —with the Dead End Kids which includes Leo Gorcey, Haunts Hall and the ethers These kids are ful of fun and are always in something or other all the time. The Bowery Boys Series are even more popular here than the "Blondies." Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Coming Attractions: "Silver River" "On An Island With You" "Life With Father" "Melody Time" "Easter Parade" "Abbott and CosteUo Meet Frankenstein" "Date With Judy" "Tap Hoats" "Coroner's Creek" Mrs. Carrie Martin is spending this week in Charles City at the home of her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Derold Lutz. who Dr. and Mrs. W. S. Kyes have been visiting in the home ^>f Mrs. Fred Williams, left last Sunday for their home in San Diego>|^andise_ ( California. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Coates and Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Newman of Juda, Wisconsin, were weekend visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil home. Willis Schultz of Ames was a weekend visitor at the home of his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz. He returned to Ames Sunday evening. Vi Gordanier and Willard Sander visited over the weekend in Iowa City. Vi visited with her sister, Murtis Gordanier, and Willard visited William A. Palmer. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sander took their daughter Helen to Rochester, Minnesota the past week end. From there Helen left with friends for a trip to Phoenix, Arizona. Boy Knight will hold a house hold sale at the A. M. Candee estate home, which he purchased recently, on Friday, October 22, beginning at 1:00 p. m. Many useful items for -the household are listed. y'Vern Brouillet was in Waukon and Prairie du Chien Sunday checking lighting and equipment used for football and baseball fields there. The Prairie du Chien field was so layed out as to comprise both a baseball diamond and a football field with the same lights being used for both purposes. Vernon Gericke of Charles City spent the weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke. Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanier were Sunday guests of her parents in Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Eckstein. Mrs, L. J. Masonhall and Mrs. Fred L. Martin were ' in Cresco Tuesday evening attending a hairdressers meeting. Mrs. George Meier is visiting in the home of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Meier, Jr., in Mobridge, South Dakota. with two new glass display cases/' added for the showing of me^| Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher and Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Topliff were in Iowa City Saturday attending the Iowa-Purdue football game. Mr. and Mrs. Paul H. Koevenig of. Cedar Rapids were Sunday uests in the Elmer Hoth home. Paul Koevenig, Jr. left for service in the Navy the following day. Mrs. Anna Hakstad and Miss Eileen Peterson of Waterloo and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palas and family of Waukon were Sunday visitors in the Alfred Meyer home. Henry Hepp of Dubuque spent Sunday in the home of Mrs. Milda Waters and /amily. , Mr, and Mrs. Ross Thornton were Sunday guests in the Vera Miller home in Monona. Mrs. Gerald Williamson and Mrs. Joe Smith of Coggon visited Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb, Saturday. Mrs. Allard Nyberg spent several days last week visiting friends and relatives in Clinton and Davenport. Rose and Mae McNeil visited in the home of their N cousins, Mike and Agnes Scully, near Volga on Sunday. Dorothy Waters, R. N. of Hines Memorial Hospital, Chicago, came Thursday to visit several days in the home of her mother, Mrs. Milda Waters. Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Farrington of Travis City, Michigan, former resi dents of Postville, spent the weekend in the home of Mr. and Mrs L. O. Koevenig. Mr. tod Mrs. E. J. Handy spent Saturday afternoon and Sunday in Milwaukee, Wisconsin visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hubbel and family. Bowling Results Mrs. Dorothy Bulraan and Miss Iva Peterson are attending an R. E. A. bookkeepers meeting being held in Des Moines this week. The interior of Hanks Jewelry \ Mr. and Mrs. Jim Gilmore and Store has been changed around /son Jack of Des Moines visited on Mrs. Ira E. Smith has set Saturday, October 30, as the date for a household goods sale. Full particulars of the sale will appear in next weeks issue of the Herald. The following is bowling leagues standing for the week ending October 16 at the local alleys: League Standings American League Won Lost Browns 8 Dodgers 1 Jack Sprat 7 Elgin 5 Clover Farm -1 Bethel 4 West Union Lions 4 West Union Tigers 3 Farmersburg 2 Waters' Dairy 1 8 Individual high line— Paul Sonnkalb 219 Individual high 3 lines- John Palas 537 High team three lines— Browns 2542 National League Won Lost Monona 9 0 Deeres 8 1 Gunder 6 3 Clermont 5 4 Legion - 4 5 Cardinals 4 5 Shell Oil 4 5 Oastalia 3 6 Monona Chev'ys 2 7 Luana 0 9 Individaul high line— R. Heins 225 Individual high 3 lines— Pearson 573 High team three lines— Shell Oil 2501 Adult Evening Classes To Commence October 20. There will be a preliminary meeting of ^he Adult Homemnk- ing night class tonight Since from last year, one will be chosen there has been no council selected at this meeting. Also the plan for the lessons will be discussed. Miss Irma Davison will be in charge of the ladies group for the meeting tonight. The mens section night classes will have for discussion, "Dairy Cattle Feeding," with Jerry Spen­ cer, prominent purebred Gu« cattle breeder ol Ctermor.t, charge. .. The council for the yew !« follows: Rolan Heins, .Pwtvj Arble Schroeder, Clermont; H Flage. Postville; Chester 0i Castalla; and R. F. Johnningmeiaj Luaha. RE-UNITED At Hubbard, Mrs. E mil 0s . w | 08, was re-united recently*" 1 * her brother, William Qelhorn "• of Colorado. They had ft ated 48 years and each £ the other dead. bcUwi Saturday with Mrs. Ruby Robbins. Together they visited relatives in Monona and McGregor Sunday. There will be an initiatory practice for degrees following the regular meeting of the Odd Fellows at the lodge hall Friday evening. A good attendance is urged. A. S. Burdick, representative of District No. 3, I. O. O. F.. is in Des Moines this week attending the Grand Lodge of I. O. O. F. The meeting this year is the one hundredth anniversary event of the lodge in Iowa. Weekend guests at the Theo. Anderson home were Mr. and Mrs. Almet Chapmen, Mrs. Martins of Fulton, Illinois and Mrs. Ida Anderson of Worthington, Minnesota. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder spent Sunday in New Hampton visiting her mother, Mrs. John McLain, who is a patient in a hospital there. They report Mrs. Mc- ] T recovering nicely. Lain Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Sutton and family of Oskaloosa visited Sunday in the home of Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Kiesau and other friends. Mr. Sutton was formally a member of the high scho£l_faculty _J^ re - Judith Thoma, teacher at Jessup, spent a short time Sunday in the home of her parents, Mr. and j-Mrs. Lawrence Thoma. She motored to Decorah Saturday to attend the Luther College home r raming. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package 29c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 3 pound package for „.34c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, SIX 27 oi. cans for S1.00 Jack Sprat Pumpkin, SIX 29 ox. cans for. $1.00 Jack Sprat Green Beans, SEVEN 19 ox. cans SIM Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, TEN 10 & ex. cans for .$1.00 Jack Sprat Fancy 3-Sieve Peas, FOUR cans for.-. |LQ0 Jack Sprat Pork * Beans, FIVE 29 ox. cans. -...$1.00 Jack Sprat Horseradish Mustard, Befrigerator Jar ...19c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Segments, No. 2 can. JCOc CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE 2 pound jar for 99c Mayflower Pitted Cherries, Red. FOUR 20 oz. cans S1.00 Mayflower Green Beans, SEVEN cans for only $1.00 Mayflower Corn, Yellow, SIX cans for..— -$L00 Carnation Milk, SEVEN tail cans for. $1.00 Jack Sprat Luncheon Meat, 12 ounce can for. 47c SALMON TUNA SHRIMP SPICED HERRING SARDINES CAMPBELL SOUPS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS Fred J. Thoma Mr. and Mrs. James Searls, students at Mt. Vernon, and Miss Carol Eberling, student at Cedar Falls, spent Sunday in the Harold Eberling home. Mr. and Mrs. Searls also visited in the C. C. Searls home. Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner left Sunday morning for a ten day trip to San Antonio, Texas where they will visit their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James Krohn. They plan to hear Mr. Krohn who is a violinist with the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. Mrs. Anna Parker left last Wednesday for her home in San Pedro, California after a three weeks visit with old friends and neighbors. She says California has nothing on Postville or Iowa except climate and her family. She left with a wish of prosperity for Postville. At the Elevator COMING SOON Carloads of SOY BEAN MEAL and LINSEED MEAL Hall Roberts'Son ' Postville, Iowa Mrs. Raymond L. Brandt of Clermont was called to the New Hampton hospital Friday evening because of the illness of her sister, Mrs. Arno Fascher of Elgin. Mrs. Brandt gave blood for a transfusion for the patient Saturday morning. .•'Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr re turned Monday evening from a four-weeks trip to the west coast which took them through ten states and British Columbia, Canada. They report seeing many things of interest but found Iowa iijbe the state most to their liking* Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hill of Buhl, Minnesota were dinner guests Friday noon in the G. A. Brooks home. Mr. and Mrs. Hill were returning from a visit with their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. William Harrimenn in Clinton and stopped for a visit on the way home. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta were Sunday guests in the John Schutta home in Frankville. About 35 relatives assembled in the "Bobby" Sebastian home Sunday and enjoyed a family gathering and dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kohl and children of Faribault. Minnesota spent the weekend in the Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz home. They left on their return trip Monday. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Kozelka were in Iowa City Saturday to see the Iowa-Purdue football game and watch the homecoming festivities. Gus Miller and Jack Casten spent Sunday on the. Mississippi doing a little fishing. Current reports indicate that Gus didn't do so well but Jack brought home a nice string of rock bass. ) Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Jacobson of Waukon and Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele of tflis city drove to' Iowa City Saturday to attend the State University homecoming. Iowa was defeated 13 to 20 by the Purdue Boilermakers in the football classic. , Kenneth Blackman, a former coach of Postville High School now coaching at Buena Vista College in Storm Lake, was a visitor in Postville Saturday. He came a day early for the Buena Vista-Upper Iowa game on Saturday and was in Elkader Friday night to see Postville beat Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. LaMonte Gericke returned Sunday from a two weeks wedding trip to New Orleans, Louisiana and other points in the south. They stopped Saturday in Iowa City to see the Hawks play Purdue in the Homecoming game. Mr. and Mrs. A. MacDonald of Lanesboro, Minnesota and Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Lathrop and family of Caledonia, Minnesota were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Loomis. Both the MacDonald and Lathrop families are operating Coast to Coast stores in their towns. WeekendSpecials FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY GOLDEN VALLEY GREEN OLIVES, 13 ounce bottle for 47c BON-ANN LEE TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 cans for 33c TASTY LOAF CHEESE, 2 pounds for 95c JACK SPRAT PURE SORGHUM, 5 pound pail for • 98c NONE-SUCH APRICOTS, 2 No. 2»/ 2 cans for 65c BUY APPLES BY THE BUSHEL— Mcintosh, Jonathan, Red Delicious, and Wealthys at Market Prices. 1 CANDY BARS, s 3 bars for only 10c Ping, Forever Yours, Hershey, Bitter-Sweet HUEBNER'S General Merchandise ANNE: "See? I can bake a cake and have a big rib- roast going at the same time in my separate meat oven." RUTH: "And that's why I'm going to have an Estate... the only range with the Bar-B-Kewer." Come in. See why more women toy, ESTATES HARDWARE PLUMBING HEATING MONEY SAVERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 22 and 23 Make Pie Crust Like Betty Crocker's CRUSTquick, 2 pkgs 39c BETTY CROCKER PIE CRUST MIX EATMOR DARK RED COLOR CRANBERRIES, per Npound 25c (National Cranberry Week) Snoboy Jonathan Apples, Colorado, >/ 2 bu.-$2.49 NO. 252 SIZE Texas Seedless Juice Oranges, per doz. .33c J5c Head Lettuce, 4-doz. size, per head Idaho Russetts, U.S. No. 1,10 lb. mesh bag-63c Yams, Red Sweet Potatoes, 2 lbs.-^ Ijg Pillsbury's Pancake Mix, reg. 3>/ 2 lb. pkg.—43c Marvelard, Rath's, 3 pound can for. .$1.09 Chili Con Carne with Beans, Hormel, lb. can.33c Blueberries, in heavy syrup, No, 2 can 39c Campbell's Tomato Soup/New Pack, 3 for-29c Luncheon Meat, Oscar Mayer, 12 oz. can ^ Karo Syrup, 5 pound can for. .47c Cranberry Sauce, Strained, 16 oz. can. .21c .63c Pineapple, Crushed, 2 No. 2 cans for— Prunes, Dried, Standby, 2 lb. package jgf Jell-O, all flavors, 3 pkgs. for — Paper Shell Pecans, large, 1-lb. pkg— .45c Genuine QUIKUT Stainless Hollow-Ground SLICING KNIFE, only- 35c and Windmill pictures from 2 Old Dutch Cleanser labels ASK FOR FREE ORDER BLANK! DUTCH CLEANSER, 2 14-oz. cans-—^ The Farmers Store WE DELIVER Telephone No. 231 Roy D. Knight, Manager

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