Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 4, 1936 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Thursday, June 4, 1936
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THURSDAY, JUNE 4, 1030. Dravis CASH Grocery "Where Quality Is Inexpensive" BY POPULAR REQUEST we will extend our Sale until SATURDAY NIGHT, JUNE 6th Quart Bottle _17'/zc Pint Bottle __ll^c Take Home a Bottle Today!! 45c BROOMS, 07 for only LA I C MIRACLE WHIP Salad Dressing Quarts 37c Pints 24c V CRISCO, 3 pound can. 53c 2 pounds for CO _ only 30 C 7c Value 5( 6 Pkgs. for only 24c QT. MUSTARD 10c >/i lb. Green, at only___ t_Uv> '/< lb. Green, 1 A R atonIy_______ '4 lb. Orange Pe- 17 koe& Pekoe— 11^ WHEATIES -10c Northern Tissue —5 Vic 20c Ammonia, qt 15c Libby's or Del Monte Red Salmon __—21c 6 cansfor___ $1.19 10c Super Suds. 30c Swans Down 24o and 10c Calumet FREE Postum Cereal—19'/ 2 c SEE OUR BILLS FOR MORE SPECIALS! Mr. and Mrs. Ed Wirsching nnd family of Fonda, Mr. and • Mrs. Art Anderson ol Cedar Rapids were Sunday visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. Helmie Meyer home. .Mrs, Adney of Farmersburg, who had been staying in the Mrs. Albert Schull?. home in this city while receiving treatment for diabetes, was able to return home last week. Mrs. C. D. Lowell will present Margaret Humphrey, Gerald Schroeder, Patsy Myers and Joan Searls in a piano recital Friday evening. May 5th, at 7:30 o'clock, at the Lowell residence. Come. Elaine Tague, the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lafe Tague of route 2, Postville, met with a sorry accident last Thursday at her home when a pony stepped on one of her feet and smashed the great toe. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Collins went to Cedar Falls Wednesday to attend the funeral of James Krogh, 26, a cousin of Mrs. Collins, who lost his life in an automobile accident near Sumner on Memorial Day. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling. Rev. and Mrs. R. F. Galloway attended the commencement exercises at U. I. U., Fayette, on Monday, where they were privileged to hear the fine address of Bishop Edwin F. Leo. Harold Flacks, a worker in the quarry that is supplying rock for the road graveling project northwest of Postville, received an injury Monday when a piece of rock chipped off and struck him in one of his eyes. Mrs. J. T. Humphrey and Donald will drive to Dubuque today after their daughter and sister, Mary Hope Humphrey, who has been attending Clarke College, and who will spend the summer vacation here. Miss Helen M. Tuttle arrived in Postville last Sunday morning from her teaching duties in the public schools at Canton, 111., and will spend her vacation here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Bert E. Tuttle. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Meyer of route three, Postville. and Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer of Castalia left Wednesday for Blairstown, Iowa, on the sorry mission of attending the funeral of the gentlemen's sister, Mrs. Lovina Weil. Expert Piano Tuning—Prof. K. O. Brandenburg, formerly with Berlin, Germany, Conservatory, will be in Postville, June 10 and 11. Tuning $3.00; all work guaranteed. Leave your orders for tuning at the Herald office. The Young Girls' Commercial Club will enjoy a picnic supper at the Echo State Park near West Union on Friday evening of this week, followed by a theatre party. The hostesses for this event are Charlotte Meier and Pearl Svebakken. Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Gordon, the Misses Caroline and Anna Leui, Mrs. Earl Handy. Mrs. Katherine Abernethy, Mrs. A. C. Webster. Mrs. Art Harrington and Dr. C. M. Morgan attended the funeral of James Gordon at Clermont last Monday. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. I.G.A. SPECIALS JUNE 5th to 11th 2 Pkgs. GOLD TOAST CORN FLAKES and 1 lb. of f)Q BANANAS for _ji>C CALUMKT BAKING 01„ POWDER. 1 lb. can -i-LC ASSORTED COOKlES~ -j r ~ per package JL<J_. MAXWELL HOUSE i\rj COFFEE, per pound . « C WRIGLEV'S GUM, -J A 3 packages for -LUv .T. T. BRAND SWEET OF CORN, 3 cans SMDL MAGIC WASHER, 9Q/» 1" ounce pkg wOL l'ROTEX SOAR, . -J O p 3 bars for J -OL (Open the Magic Washer box and save tiie carton from the Protex Soap—a representative of the Soap Company may call at your place and reward you well for these. OCCIDENT rtoim For Saturday, June 6th, ONLY 11 i9 lb. bas: OCCIDENT f Q£ FLOUR for only l.t/O COMING SOON—A CAR OF BULK LOUSIANA SALT AT— mm PER TON FROM THE CAR Farmer Store Frank Severn, Albert Weston and Harley Hills wore over at West Union Monday repairing a caterpillar tractor for the Fayette county highway force. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. L. Opper of Riverside, Illinois, and Miss Eve Orr of Dayton, Ohio, were Memorial Day week-end visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. Darius Orr and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Palas home. Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deering, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz, of this locality, and Miss Dorothy Deering of Chicago, formed a very happy family group Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mort Deering in this city. Mr. and Mrs. Vic Scofield and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Naus and son of Milwaukee were here over the week-end. Mrs. Scofield remains for a longer visit in the Wm. Moll home, while the others returned to their homes Sunday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Nelson, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Nelson, came Saturday from Chicago for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. C. Foels home over the week-end. They left Sunday for the Windy City, promising to return again next year. The May meeting of the Prosperous Ridge Club was held at the home of Mrs. Marie Baltz, May 21st, with 20 members and 11 visitors present. The club will celebrate its 10th anniversary at the June meeting to be held at the home of Mrs. Wm. Baltz. Francis Schroeder arrived here last Saturday from Cloquet, Minn., on a week's vacation visit in the home of his mother, Mrs. Gus Miller. He was accompanied here by Jean and Donald Davis of Minneapolis, who are enjoying a vacation visit here with relatives. Will Kuhse, who works on the Vic Meyer farm, near Luana, met with a sorry accident last Friday while in the performance of his duties. A team attached to a manure spreader ran away, knocking Will down, fracturing several of his ribs and injuring his shoulder. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Kerr and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Turner motored up to Grand Meadow, Minn., last Sunday, where they were joined by Mr. and Mrs. Gene Turner and family and enjoyed a big picnic dinner at a lake resort near Stewartville, Minn. Helen Wegner went to her home near Postville Friday and will spend a week with her parents before leaving for Iowa City, where she will attend summer school for six weeks. She plans to spend the last six weeks of her summer vacation at home.— Elgin Echo. A much needed rain visited this section during the early hours of Monday morning, and it was followed by another good rain on Monday night and all vegetation shows the beneficial effects of the precipitation which came in such a manner that all soaked into the soil. Mr. and Mrs. W. R. Nordin took Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Allen to Cedar Rapids last Saturday, from which point the Aliens took a train to Ottumwa. On their way home the Nordin's stopped in Independence and enjoyed a little visit with those fine former Postville folks, Mr. and Mrs. J. H. Dannenbrink. Mr. and Mrs. E. F. Weihe drove to Cedar Falls Monday morning to attend the commencement exercises at State Teachers College, their daughter. Murtis, being one of the graduates receiving the degree of Bachelor of Science in Music. Murtis has signed a contract for next year to teach music in the public schools of Lansing. Mr. and Mrs. Carl H. Meyer and their granddaughter, Evelyn Meyer, returned last Thursday from a ten days visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clemens Schwabe in Seward, Nebraska, and report a most delightful time. The Schwabes are well and prospering and crops in that locality are looking fine as that section has had plenty of moisture this spring. Mrs. Dora Heins, one of Postville's fine elderly ladies, celebrated her 85th birthday anniversary at her home on Memorial Day, a goodly number of relatives and friends coming in with the making of a fine picnic dinner and made the occasion a memorable and happy one for her. We join with friends in the wish that she may be spared to celebrate numerous other happy returns of the day. Miss Elsa ' Nicolay of Spokane, Washington, and a number of old neighbors were dinner guests last Thursday in the home of Miss Sophia Kluss. , During Monday night the office at the Hoth Implement store was broken into, the burglar forcing oft a brand new lock to gain admission. So far no arrests have been made in the case. Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Tuller and son, Worden, of Des Moines were Memorial Day week-end visitors here in the home of Miss Josephine Durno. They came Friday evening and left on the return journey Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Greg Becker and daughter and Mrs. J. D. Becker, of Calmar; Mrs. Paul Birch and son, Robert, of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Vic Scofield, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Naus and son of Milwaukee, were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Moll home. W. C. Daniels of Waukon, the new auditor of the Mid-West Lumber Co., was a Postville visitor several days this week, looking over the books of the Postville Lumber Co. Mr. Daniels succeeds A. J. Hardy of Dubuque, who has been the company's auditor in this district for years. On Sunday afternoon last Webster Livingood and his bicycle collided with Maxine Masonhall on the pavement in the vicinity of the Herald office. The result was that Webster was thrown from his bike and landed on his head on the pavement, rendering him cuckoo for a few minutes, while Maxine was only slightly bruised. Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook, Mrs. Gunda Martindale, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook and family, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bloxham, Mrs. J. W. Campbell and Miss Carolyn Campbell, all of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Perry Cook of Waterloo; Bob and Don Martindale of Waukon, had a thoroughly enjoyable time last Sunday picnicking and sightseeing at Backbone park near Strawberry Point. There was a happy family reunion last Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aug. Schultz, where fine eats and an enjoyable social season made it a happy occasion for parental hearts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz of Lombard, 111.; Mrs. Gertrude Kohl of Canby, Minn.; Mrs. Milda Waters, Dorothy and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz and family, Miss Doris Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Chas OhlofE and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz. Mrs. H. F. Mauerman, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Hixson and Mrs. Reno Schwartzlow and son of Monroe, Wis., Mrs. John Taylor of Beloit, Wis., arrived in Postville last Saturday noon for a week-end visit in the Wm. J. and Erwin L. Klingbeil homes. The first named is the mother of the boys and the other ladies their sisters. While here Mr. Hixon received a telegram announcing the death of his mother in Kirkhoven, Minn., for which place he left Sunday morning. The others remained here until Sunday afternoon when Wm. J. Klingbeil took them by auto to East Dubuque, 111., where they were met by relatives and conveyed back to their respective homes. Mr. and Mrs. Jack Brown of Austin, Minn., were Memorial Day weekend visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Koevenig. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Howell and daughter, Miss Mae Howell, of Waterloo, were Memorial Day visitors here in the Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Dravis home. Mr. and Mrs. C. C. Searls and family of this city, accompanied by Miss Thora Collier of Waterloo, were Decoration Day week-end visitors out at Clear Lake, where they report a large crowd present to enjoy the sights and pleasures at this popular Iowa lake resort. . •• Stealing flowers from the graves of loved ones, the lowest form of vandalism, was in evidence in Postville on the evening of Decoration Day, we are sorry to state. A short time ago Mr. and Mrs. Paul Topel Jr. had visited La Crosse, Wis., and procured a beautiful blooming plant to place on the grave of her mother, Mrs. Peter Welsch, in Postville cemetery, which they did. On last Sunday H. A. Lange of this city went to the cemetery to get some jars that had contained cut flowers from this grave and he made the discovery that the blooming plant had been dug up and carried away by some miserable miscreant. FOR THE GARDEN PESTS — USE — Slug Shot Arsenate of Lead Bordeaux Mixture FOR THE HOME — USE — 7-11 Ant Killer Douglass Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" ' Postville, Iowa Luhman & Sanders' Grocery Specials: JUNE 4, 5 and 6 Puffed Wheat, 2 pk._15c Swans Down Cake Flour, pkg. ____'__21c Glass Jar Coffee 25c Pineapple, sliced, No. 2i/ 2 can 18c Frute-Gel, 6 pkgs.__25c Salmon, med. Red, tall can 18c New Cabbage, lb 4c Carrots, bunch 7c Cucumbers, lge. __-—7c Jumbo Celery 15c Ripe Tomatoes, lb. 15c Early June Peas, 2 cans for 15c Extra Standard Corn, 3 cans for 25c Van Camp Pork & Beans, 3 giant size cans for 25c Fey. Winesap Apples, 2 for —5c "Gallon" Prunes ___26e Hasty Tapioca ______9c Peanut Butter, 24 oz. jar _19c Libby Fruit Cocktail_9c Spinach, No. 2 can 9c Bruce Chick Mash 2.35 Oyster Brand Shells 59c Stock Salt, 100 lbs.__69c C&H Cane Sugar__5.09 Hi TO SERVE YOU I have taken over the ownership of the E. P. Durno Hardware business and respectfully solicit a continuance of the splendid patronage and good will the people of this community have always accorded this store. It shall be my earnest effort to carry a complete line of the latest merchandise which will be offered to you at fair prices. In the plumbing and heating field my first aim shall be to render service and expert workmanship to the end that every customer will be satisfied with our installations. When in need of anything in the hardware line, let us serve you—whether it be a box of carpet tacks or a steam heating job—remember our motto is— "HERE TO SERVE YOU" L. W. THOMA Successor to E. P. Durno Hardware THE GREATEST NORCxE 11» 'A < 7 s • „ OF ALL TIME • Norge holds the lead. Proved by every test— approved by every owner — now improved in ri< h beauty of cabinet design, flexible interior arrange ment, convenience featun s, operating efficiency; It is, by a wide margin, the greatest Norge of all time Lenient terms make it easy to own; Come in and get the details; THE ROLLATOR COMPRESSOR REO. U. S. PAT. OFF. Smooth, easy, rutting power. Remit —toon cold for the current used, and a mechanlim which la almost everlasting. LOUIS SCHUTTE Largest Furniture Stock in Northeastern Iowa POSTVILLE, IOWA

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