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June 4, 1936

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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»AOB FOUB. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. THURSDAY, JU NE 4 Postville Herald ffm. J. Kilngbcll, Publisher B«rt E. Tattle, Editor tatered at the ipostafflce at Postville, lows, as Second Class Mall Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE •2 .00 Per Year In the XT. S. A. Payable Strictly in Advance ADVERTISING BATES Display . 30 cents Per Inch locals, Readers, Legals .10c Per Line Want Ads. 1 cent Per Word Cards of Thanks... -10c per line Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL EDITORIAL u ASSOCIATION THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1936. 41 LOCAL } PENLNG* Neva Bertleson is a new assistant iat the Thoma Cafe. .- Dan McGreevey of Clermont was a Postville business visitor Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte were Sunday afternoon visitors in McGregor. Mr. and Mrs. Gunder Halvorson were week-end visitors with relatives at Lake Mills. A daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. John Jenkins Jr. of Ludlow on Tuesday morning. Mr. and Mrs. O. H. Roebken of Garnavillo were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. A baby daughter was born to Mr. and Mrs. Clem Waters at the Postville Community hospital last Thursday. Miss Doris Swenson of Cedar Rap ids was a Decoration Day visitor with home folks and friends in this locality. Just the thing for summer days. Sun Suits and Shorts for girls and kiddies, only 59c. Luhman & San ders. WE WILL GIVE AWAY A 32-PIECE SET OF DISHES EVERY 3 WEEKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. VISIT OUR STORE FOR PARTICULARS THE WINCHESTER STORE. Iris Theatre POSTVILLE, IOWA •MmMumtimmmtmmummtmummtmmmufe THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 4, 5 and 6 Pat O'Brien, Josephine Hutchinson and Gny Kibbee in— "I MARRIED A DOCTOR" —from Sinclair Lewis' famous novel. Here is another Liberty "Three Star" film and a mighty fine picture. If you like REAL drama don't miss this! Also—"BROTHERLY LOVE", a Popeye cartoon, and "MEET THE KERNEL", with Dave Appolon and Band. SUNDAY AND MONDAY JUNE 7 and 8 Joan Bennett, Cary Grant in— "BIG BROWN EYES" Another baffling mystery picture and again a Liberty Magazine rated "Three Star", and an April Photoplay "Six Best" Space doesn't permit us to tell you more about this fine picture. ADDED ATTRACTIONS— "MICKEY'S BAND CONCERT', in technicolor—the best of all previous color cartoons. Also—"THE STAR REPORTER" —a great band act. Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 9 and 10 "TOO MANY PARENTS" •—with Francis Fanner and Kent Taylor. And again, for the third time, a Liberty 'Three Star" picture. A picture for young and old. Also Selected Short Subjects. Eggs were 17 cents per dozen Wednesday morning; in Postville. Gregory Geble of Alta Vista was a Sunday guest of Miss Matilda Huber of this city. Mrs. Henry Schweinefus of Frankville is a patient at the Postville Community hospital, Mayor Dietsch informs us that the oiling of the streets in Postville will start next Monday. "ITS TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. Mrs. Julia Werger of National had her tonsils removed at the Postville Community hospital Wednesday. Neiling Thoma and Bruce Webster were at Livingood's Springs fishing Tuesday and captured a few suckers. Mr. and Mrs. Pat Brandt were Decoration Day visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Joe Land home on route 2, Luana. Mary Goetz went to Postville Saturday to visit for a week with her friend, Lorraine Stockman. — Elgin Echo. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann and Elizabeth. Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Christofferson were Sunday motor visitors in Dubuque. Fred Raymond of Minneapolis was a Memorial Day week-end visitor here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lawson. Nineteen decks of hogs. 2 cars of eggs and a car of barley were shipped out of Postville last week over the Milwaukee. Mr. and Mrs. Irvin Hall and family of this city moved last Sunday out to the Gilbert Folsom farm, where they are employed. Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Bruce of Greene were Decoration Day week-end visitors here in the home of their son, Lloyd Bruce, and wife. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Bowers were Memorial Day week-end visitors with their friends, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Ward, in Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. F. H. Luhman and family were over at Decorah Sunday afternoon to attend the concert byj the Luther College band. The Misses Leila Schmidt and Cecelia Houdek were Memorial Day week-end visitors with friends in Mason City and Clear Lake. Mack Peterson of Waterloo and Duane Peterson of Des Moines were Memorial Day visitors here in the home of their father, A. L. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Roland Swenson of Chicago were week-end visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Swenson of Cherry Valley. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz of Lombard, 111., were Memorial Day weekend visitors here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Helmie Meyer and family were Saturday evening visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Meyer, near Castalia. Miss Mildred Stewart of St. Paul and Mrs. Will Gleason of New Hampton were in Postville last Friday visiting their aunt, Mrs. H. M. Koevenig. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips of Elgin, Illinois, were Memorial Day week-end visitors here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass and family were over at Decorah Sunday afternoon attending the farewell concert by the Luther College Concert Band. . Cashier W. A. Kneeland of the Postville State Bank, accompanied by Mrs. Kneeland, left Monday for Des Moines to attend the Iowa State Bankers convention. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Buckman of Farmersburg and Miss Margaret Reuter of Garnavillo were Monday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer. Lack of patronage caused the Bremer Carnival Co. to pull out of Postville last Friday morning for greener pastures in Minnesota. Postville is no carnival town. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer entertained Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdsell and family and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds of Calmar at dinner at the Blue Arrow last Sunday. Summer Hosiery, Knee-Hys 39c to $1.00; colorful anklets 10c, 15c, 19c and 25c, Luhman & Sanders. Mrs. Seward Swenson of route two, Postville, is reported quite sick, being afflicted with the shingles. 7-riECE GREEN GLASS BERRY OR SALAD SET. SPECIAL 29 cents. THE WINCHESTER STORE. Mrs. F. J. Thomn, who has been on the sick list the past two weeks, is again on the job at the Thoma Cafe. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland and family were Memorial Day week-end visitors with relatives at Rushford, Minnesota. Mrs. H. A. Geick of Rock Rapids arrived here last Friday for a week's visit in the home of her father, Henry Casten. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Mrs. Joyce Spurgeoh and baby were visitors in the O. H. Roebken home at Garnavillo last Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christofferson of Cedar Rapids were Decoration Day week-end visitors here with relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig were at Clermont Sunday attending a family reunion in the Mr. and Mrs. John Larson home. Teddy Green, a son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green, was operated for appendicitis Monday at the Postville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sullivan of Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips. Mr. and Mrs. Arno Schutte and family were Sunday visitors in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Geno, on route 2, Luana. Mrs. H. W. Meier entertained the Birthday Club at her home on Tues day, a luncheon at noon being followed by an enjoyable social season. Attorney and Mrs. Arthur J. Palas were up to New Hampton Wednesday attending the annual meeting of the bar association of this district. Mr. and Mrs. H. D. Webb, Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling and Bob were vis itors Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Marquis in Waterloo. Bob Ewing of Tripoli and Mrs. Richard Whaley of Waterloo were Decoration Day week-end visitors here in the home of Mrs. Will Ewing. Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Kozelka, Edward and Eileen Kozelka were over at Prairie du Chien Sunday visiting relatives and attending a church celebration. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Meyer and family of Greene were Memorial Day week-end visitors here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. David Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Will Behrens of Luana, Miss Florence Hoth and Miss Katherine Staadt were visitors Sunday in the Will Sunderman home near Waukon. Mrs. Milda Waters and Doris Schultz came up from Waterloo Friday for a week-end visit here in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schultz. Charles Sonnkalb arrived home on Monday from Columbia College, Dubuque, to spend the summer vacation in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb. Mr. and Mrs. Arch Hinman of Chicago, who were spending the Memorial day week-end with his father, Geo. A. Hinman, of Luana, motored up to Postville Sunday for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. A. M. Candee home. Weekend Specials TOMATOES, CORN, OR GREEN BEANS, Jack Sprat, OKn 2 20 -ounce cans for _.. &OKS TOMATOES, CORN, PEAS, nf Mayflower, 3 20 -oz. cans.... £iOV/ PEVEAPPLE, Jack-Sprat, np 3 8-ounce cans for £il)Kj CORN, BRAN or WHEAT FLAKES Jack Sprat Brand, *?Q/» 3 packages for £4&\s RD?E OLIVES, ~\(\p 4)4 ounce jar for -LUi/ COCOA SYRUP, Hershey, -I A 16 ounce can for...... PROTEX TOILET SOAP, -» ft _ 4 bars for only.. . J -t /l/ Bring this ad and get one package each of Jack Sprat Geletine Dessert, Chocolate Pudding and Ice Cream Mix, • -| -| n ALL FOR ONLY. LLC THOMA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE Miss Ellen G. Miller left Wednesday for Cedar Falls to attend the summer school sessions at Iowa State Teachers college. .Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Meyer and family wore over at Decorah Sunday enjoying the concert of the Luther College Band. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Herwig of West Union were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wnrron Harrington. Mr. and Mrs. D. Werhnn of Cresco were visitors last Thursday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Con Hnngartner of this city. Horace Gordanicr and family, Irvin Thomson and family were Sunday evening visitors in the Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins home. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts are expected home Friday from a week's vacation trip, though where they are at nobody seems to know. Cool Summer Undies 25c, 39c. Slips of rayon taffeta, silk crepe or satin, lace trimmed or tailored 69c, $1.00, $1.95. Luhman & Sanders. Mrs. Gertrude Kohl of Canby, Minn., arrived here last Saturday night for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam were among the many from Postville who attended the Luther College band concert at Decorah last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Hein and Orville Hein of Elgin, 111., were Memorial Day week-end visitors here in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Hein. Master Richard Barker of Mondamin, Iowa is spending a two weeks vacation in the home of his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens, of route two, Postville. Dorothy Deering, Nellie and Genevieve Brainard, of Chicago, and Mary Simonds of Marengo, 111., were Memorial Day week-end visitors here with home folks and friends. Cashier L. O. Beucher of the Citizens State Bank and Director A. C. Webster left Monday for Des Moines to attend the annual convention of the Iowa State Bankers association. Mr. and Mrs. W. W. Brooks left last Friday for Corning, Iowa, to spend not only Decoration Day but an entire week visiting the neighbors and friends in their old home town. Lester Bartels of Janesville, Wis., accompanied by his mother, Mrs. Bertha Bartels, and sister, Lucille, of Castalia, were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman home. As Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson were returning from a dance last Saturday evening their auto overturned near the Lloyd Schroeder place. Mr Lawson receiving a bad cut in one of his hands. Fred Groth drove to St. Paul on Decoration Day and trucked the household effects of Mr. and Mrs. Lou Kascht to Postville. where the family will reside in the home of her father. L. A. Bellows. Mrs. Mary Bucknam, Mr. and Mrs. Rothmeier, of Farmersburg, were Sunday visitors in the home of their old neighbors. Mr. and Mrs. F. N. Seidel, on the Horace Gordanier farm on route 2, Postville. Mrs. Jessie Tripp-Bell and daughter. Mrs. Albert Felske, and Albert Felske, of Santa Monica, California; Mrs. Virginia Arnold and Miss Lettie Childs of Des Moines are guests in the home of Mrs. Laura Angell today We hereby announce to the people of Postville and vicinity that we have purchased the Shell Service Station previously operated by E. J. Oldng and will continue the business at the old stand, where by prompt service and courteous treatment wc hope to merit n share of your patronage. BELLOWS & KASCHT. Robert Harrington will be home from Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, on Saturday to spend the summer vacation here with his parents, Mr, and Mrs. Cy Harrington. Miss Cora B. Darling of Waterloo was n Memorial Day week-end visitor here in the home of Miss Amy Meier and enjoyed meeting many of her old Postville friends. She returned to Waterloo Monday, Mis. C. C. Dravis and daughter left Monday afternoon for a ten days vacation visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howell, in Waterloo, and Cal is now learning to fry bread and milk and cook with a can opener. Thank You I wish to express my sincere thanks to th« voters of Post township and the county in gen. eral, for the splendid endorsement given me at the primary election, Jas. F. Drewi Democratic Candidate for County Attorney iiniiBBipiiniHuaffiisBiiisaiiit Schroeders Week-End Food Specials BANANAS GOLDEN YELLOW Per Pound— 5c PURE C&H CANE SUGAR 20 for I' 00 QUAKER Puffed Wheat 2 p i tgs> 1 Lt for I 'Jt Home Brand Geletine Dessert, 2 pk._9c Quarter Oil Sardines, 2 cans 9c Van Camp Pork & Beans, 2 cans_ ___9c Early June Peas, 2 cans for . 13c Light Brown Sugar, 2 lbs. for 13c Gladbrook Mustard, full quart —13c Michigan Navy Beans, 5 pounds_ —19c Powdered Sugar, 3 pounds 19c Log Cabin Coffee, per pound 19c Clorox, Deodorant, quart bottle_ —21c Santa Clara Prunes, lge. size, 3 lbs._24c Crisco Shortening, V/z lb. can 29c Gallon Italian Prunes Per Can„. 29c Pitted Red Cherries Per Gallon. 39c Come in, m«t tht and see the PROOF! • We actually use an eleclrl: meter to prove that Frlgidiiti'j new cold-making unit, the Mttet. Miser, curt current cost to tta bone I A miserly amount of cot- rent Is aU It uses, even in hottest weather—becauBe of Its outstanding design with only three movinj parts, completely sealed egiliut moisture and dirt. Quiet, oaHto, trouble-free. FRIGID AIRE WITH THB "M»T«R-MI1I»- Louis L. Hill Hen. ting—Hardware—-Plumbing POSTVILLE, IOWA 8THE W/JVC/f£ST£Jt STORE I Now made practical by this marvelous new Electric Water Heater Hotpoint's new 1936 Electric Water Heaters bring you the luxury of a constant supply of hot water at a price everyone can afford. Come in and see these beautiful new Electric "Water Heaters. Learn how Calrod, Hotpoint's sealed electric unit, is immersed in the tank of water and heats it from the inside. Come in at your earliest convenience. THE VOGUE Hotpolnt'a new, modern style square- type Water Heater gives constant hot water. Calrod, Hotpoint's sealed electric heating; unit, heats water from the inside. SPECIAL TERMS AS LOW AS 10c PER DAY AUTOMATIC ElECTHlC - WATER HEATERS "Electricity Was Never Cheaper" Interstate Power Co,

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