MOB FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. THURSDAY, JUNE 11, Postville Herald Win. J. Kllngbcll, Publisher Bart E. Tuttle, Editor •ntered at the PostofTice at Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Mail Matter, SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 12 .00 Per Year in the XJ. S. A. Payable Striotly in Advance ADVERTISING RATES Display 30 cents Per Inch Locals, Readers, Legals. JOc 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 ,i ASSOCIATION <^yVLejttAja^. f 93 3 THURSDAY,-JUNE 11, 1936. LOCAL Will Weihe has had his residence repainted this week. . W. T. Schwarzhoff of Waukon transacted business in Postville Monday. W. J. Timmerman of Castalia was a Postville business visitor Monday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schultz and family picnicked in the park at Decorah last Sunday. Eggs rose up and smote 18c per dozen in Postville produce houses Wed uesday morning. "ITS TIME TO CHANGE TO A SKELGAS RANGE." THE WINCHESTER STORE. A post-nuptial parcel shower for Mr. and Mrs. Orville Peterson was held at Turner Hall in this city last evening. Koger S. Hubbell of this city was operated for appendicitis this (Thurs day) morning at the Postville Community hospital. Charles Sonnkalb, Howard Gordanier, Harold Meland and Don Bush drove to LaCrosse, Wis., last Sunday and spent the day. Mrs. Dan McNeil, Jr., of route two. Postville, submitted to a minor surgical operation one day last week at the Kallman hospital in this city. Iris Theatre POSTVniE, IOWA •MminiuiimttiiiimitiniiiittittiiiiiiHittiitiiiiitiiM THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY JUNE 11, 12 and 13 Wallace Berry, John Boles and Barbara Stanwyck in— "THE MESSAGE TO GARCIA" Another big one from the Fox Film Company that has already given you many of the year's best pictures, such as "The Country Doctor", the Will Rogers films and the Shirley Temple pictures. It is packed with action and thrills. Don't miss this two-hour action melodrama. SUNDAY AND MONDAY JUNE 14 and 15 Bonald Colman, Victor McLag- len. Claudette Colbert in— "UNDER TWO FLAGS" —directed by Frank Lloyd, the genius who made "Mutiny on the Bounty", is one of the biggest pictures of the year. More money was spent on this elaborate production than any pie ture since the depression era. Don't miss this really and truly Great Picture! Put it down on your list as the one picture yon must not miss! Sunday Matinee at 2:30 o'clock Two Shows Sunday Night- 7:00 and 9:15 o'clock Margaret Malone is assisting at the Blue Arrow Cafe. Mort Deering had a barn raising at his farm on Henderson Prairie Tues day. Miss Cecelia Houdek was a visitor Sunday with home folks in Fort Atkinson. Annual Sale LaFrance Hose: 79c values 64c; $1.00 values 84c. Luhman & Sanders. Miss Loretta Horgan is attending the entire summer school session at Cedar Falls. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte were Sunday motor visitors in Manchester and Lamont. J. J. Thill came up from Dubuque Monday on a several days visit to relatives and friends in Postville. Fritz Schutte, Wilms and Irene Foels were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Schutte. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Weaklen of Cresco were Sunday visitors here in the heme of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Henry. James Fisher and Miss Ralinda Lammert repapered the rear room of the Interstate Power Co.'s office Mon day. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Imholt and family were Sunday visitors in Elgin at the home of her mother, Mrs. K. E Mork. Mr. and Mrs. J. W. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann and Elizabeth were visitors in Monona last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith of route two, Postville. were dinner guests here Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith. A post-nuptial parcel shower honoring Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara of this city will be held at Turner Hall on Friday evening. Eddie Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green, had his tonsils removed last Saturday at the Postville Community hospital. Mr. and Mrs. JRichard Gulsvig were visitors Sunday in the Embret Gulsvig home near Gunder and in the John: Larson home at Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Thoma, Mrs. H.' A. Lange and Mrs. Jack Casten drove to Farmersburg Sunday afternoon and visited the Burnham family. Joseph Berns, 75, of Monona, passed on Tuesday night at Postville Community hospital in this city, where he had been a medical patient for some time. Mrs. J. W. Myers and daughters, Patsy and Gretchen, left this morning for Minneapolis to visit in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. K. E Bowen. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneelahd and family, Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele were visitors Sunday afternoon last in the Decorah park and the ice cave near that city The Misses Helen Schultz of Post ville and L'Dean Smith of Elkader, ac companied Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morris to Maywood, 111., last Sunday for three weeks' visit. Helmie Meyer and Leo, L. J. Mason hall and Winfield were over at Lan on a fishing expedition last Sun TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY JUNE 16 and 17 "THE SKY PARADE" —featuring- "Jimmy Allen"—millions have heard on the radio the daily broadcasts of "The Air Adventures of Jimmy Allen.' Now see him on the screen. ALSO—"Watch Your Step"- _ two-reel musical revue and "Vi- taphone Varieties", a big, time vaudeville act. it day, but found the river still too high for piscatorial pleasure. Mr. and Mrs. R. M. Hecker drove to LaPorte City Sunday and brought Mrs, Lena B. Hecker here for a several days visit to relatives and old friends all of whom are glad to greet her Mrs. Winifred Sullivan of Cedar Rapids arrived in Postville on Wed nesday for a visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Phillips, and to assist in the care of her sick father. Klearance Kenney, Worshipful Mas ter of Brotherly Love Lodge No. 204, A. F. & A. M., has been in Davenport this week attending the annual com munication of the Masonic Grand Lodge of Iowa. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Murphy of Reynolds, North Dakota, and Miss Mame Horgan of Grand Forks in the same state, pulled into Postville by auto Sunday evening for a week's va cation visit here in the home of Mr and Mrs. J. E. Horgan and with many friends in the old home town, and it is needless to say everybody is more than glad to greet these fine former Postville folks. The latter part of this week the visitors will continue their journey to Milwaukee, Wiscon sin, where the Murphy's will pick up their daughter, Miss Monica, who is a teacher in the public schools of that city and take her back home with them to spend the summer vacation. QUALITY DRY CLEANING WE CLEAN CLOTHES CLEAN! Moth-proof bag free with each heavy winter coat cleaned. The old hat may be able to serve you creditably for another season if you will let us clean and reblock it. Bring it in today! Suits and Trousers pressed while you wait. Gordaiuer Cleaners Dr.' and Mrs. M, E. Kallman were visitors in Elkader Tuesday evening. H. M, Koevenig repainted the front of the Farmers Store the first of the week. Mr. and Mrs. A, C. Webster were motor visitors in Frotovin last Sunday afternoon. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg and fam-r ily were v Sunday motor visitors in Cedar Rapids. Mrs. Fred Brandt bought a Terra plane,pickup truck Monday of Stockman & Kugel. Pattern Sale: McCall's at % price. All New York patterns only 15c. Luhman & Sanders. Mr, and Mrs. Paul Hammond moved to Oelwein last week where they have purchased a restaurant, Mrs. Anna B. Steele of Monona was a week-end visitor here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Neiling Thoma. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling, Bob Burling and Carl Holter were Sunday afternoon visitor's in McGregor. The Rev. Wm. Striepe, pastor of the Lutheran church at Castalia, was a Postville business visitor Monday. A. L. Peterson and Mrs. Mack Peterson drove to Waterloo last Sunday and spent the day with Mack Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Topel, Jr., were week-end visitors in Albert Lea, Minnesota, with the latter's father, J. E. | Welsch. Mrs. A. A. Schmidt and Mrs. Joyce Spurgeon were entertained Sunday in the'Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt home in Clermont. Mrs. L. F. Putnam has been on the sick list this week and Mrs. Carrie Kelleher has been taking her place as saleslady at the store of Luhman & Sanders. A cement floor was put in compart ment No. 4 of the state highway storage shed in this city the first of the week, thus completing the. cement flooring of the entire shed. Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl, Mrs. Lulu May and son, of route two, Postville, and Mrs. Will Ewing and daughter, Gladys, were dinner guests Sunday at the Horace Gordanier home. WE WVLl, GIVE AWAY A 32 -PIECE SET OF DISHES EVERY 2 WEEKS UNTIL FURTHER NOTICE. VISIT OUR STORE FOR PARTICULARS. THE WINCHESTER STORE. Attorney Arthur J. Palas and H. D. Webb returned Sunday from a several days business sojourn in Des Moines. They brought back with them the last load of Mr. Palas' law library. W. W. Brooks returned last Sunday from a ten days vacation and business trip to his old home town of Corning, Iowa. Mrs, Brooks, who accompanied him, remains for a longer visit. A letter from Mrs. James McAdam to this office locates her in Entrelac, Province of Quebec, Canada, where she is spending the summer at the summer home of her brother, Dr. John R. Mott. The many Postville friends of Miss Margaret Mitchell will be pleased to learn that she is now recovering nicely from her recent serious sick spell, being now able to sit up a part of the time each day. Mrs. Will Baltz, who resides in the W. E. Durno tenant house on the farm north of Postville, returned to her home Saturday evening after being at the Postville Community hospital several days for treatment. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland and Robert drove' to Rushford, Minn., Sunday to meet relatives from Montana who were there. Mr. Overland and Robert returned the same evening, leaving Mrs. Overland for a longer sojourn. During the thunderstorm of Monday night someone broke into the Fred Groth Produce station in this city and stole a number of,-live chickens. And while no arresis have been made as yet, some cjwe"s are being followed up that may-lead to the capture of the culprit. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Palmer have I been vacationing the past week at some of the Minnesota lake resorts where there is some mighty good fish ing. Judging from the size of the fish he sent back, and which is now on display in the lobby of Iris theatre, he is surely getting hold of some of the big ones, and although unlike Buck he doesn't "bring 'em back alive" he sure has some fine carcasses to prove his piscatorial proclivities are in good working order. Weekend Specials BAKING CHOCOLATE, Q Jack Sprat, 'A'lb. cake.... "C GOOD CHEER COFFEE, pound package 15c OVALTINE, 50c size, for only ..................... 33c SUMMER DRINK, Jack Sprat r makes 20 glasses, pkg tJKj COCOA, Mayflower, 2 pound package 17c FRUIT COCKTAIL, Jack Sprat, 1 pound can.......... 15c WHOLE APRICOTS, Jack Sprat, 30 oz. can..... 25c PEAS, CORN, TOMATOES, OC^ 20,ounce cans,,3 for.........;.. «DC THOMA BROS. THE JACK SPRAT STORE Charles Fay of McGregor was a vis itor in Postville Wednesday forenoon Gilbert Sanders of Solon was a visitor with home folks in Postville last Sunday. Mrs. W. E. Durno entertained the Bridge Club at her home on Tuesday evening. A fine baby boy was born to Mi and Mrs. Ted Crnigo of this city last Sunday morning. 7 -MECE GKEEN GLASS BERRY OR SALAD SET. SPECIAL 29 cents THE WINCHESTER STORE. Get Dairymen's Fly-Kil, a guaranteed product, at Schuctte's Service Station. Price only 74c per gallon. Miss Bessie Allen arrived here from Stevens Point, Wis., Monday evening for a visit to her father, Irvin Allen. Mr. and Mrs. John Healy of West Union were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Meier. Mrs. J. D. Becker of Calmar spent several -days last week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M. Koevenig of this city. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Welsch of Jesup were Sunday visitors here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. M, Koevenig. See our Summer Dress Goods Specials. Dimities, Batistes, Lawns and Voiles only 19c, 29c and 39c per yard Luhman & Sanders. Mrs. Maud Stewart of Sanborn arrived in Postville last Thursday by auto on a, visit in the home of her brother, A. J. Phillips, and wife. Mrs. John Huber, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Huber, of Spillville, drove to Postville Monday to visit Miss Matilda Huber at the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Mey er home. Eleven decks of stock, a car of barley and a car of eggs was Postville's contribution to the Milwaukee company's outgoing freight business the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family were fishing in the Turkey River at Clermont Sunday, and Gilbert says the fish didn't even know they were there. Mr. and Mrs. Geo. W. Hein, Gretchen Hein and Margaret Malone drove Sunday to Elgin, 111., to bring Mrs. W H. Hein home from a ten days visit there in the home of her sons, Lloyd and Orville Hein. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Murphy, Miss Mame Horgan, Mr. and Mrs. J. E Horgan and Jean Horgan took J. J. Thill back to Dubuque Tuesday and spent the day very pleasantly in the Thill home in the Key City. Elrie Ruckdaschel went to St. Paul last Thursday and drove home a new Ford sedan for Aug. Held of Ludlow, whose old car had been demolished in an unfortunate tip-over a few weeks ago north of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Will Everman and family drove to Charles City last Sunday, being met there by relatives of Mrs. Everman from Garner, and they spent a delightful day picnicking and visiting in Wildwood state park. Miss Esther Groth, a teacher in the Sioux City public schools, arrived in Postville last Saturday night and will spend the summer vacation here in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Groth, of route three, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. John Dyke, Mr. and Mrs. Rudy Everman, Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family and Miss Jessie Geno were up at Spillville Tuesday evening to attend a dance at Riverside park. Francis Schroeder left Sunday morning for Cloquet, Minn., to resume his labors again aftera week's vacation visit here in^the home of his mother, Mrs. Gus Miller, and with other relatives' and many friends. Jean arid Donald Davis o£ Minneapolis, whoVcdme down with him, accompanied him back to their home. Victoria Falls in Central Africa are more than one mile wide and 340 feet deep—more than twice as deep as Niagara Falls. During an address here in Postville some years ago. Dr. John R. Mott made reference to these falls, which he described as one of the most beautiful and awe-inspiring sights he had ever beheld in his nu merous years of world travel. I.G.A. SPECIALS CAR BULK SALT ON TRACK THIS WEEK — at — 50c per 100 lbs. PLENTY OF GROCERY SPECIALS! WATCH OUR WINDOWS! er Sto re Mr. and Mrs. Blnke Rnthbun, Mr and Mrs. Herman Christofferson took a drive over highway 13 Sunday from Rossville down through Marquette and McGregor. The members of the Club of the Hour report n delightful picnic outing at Echo Valley state park near West Union last Friday evening, which witli the theatre party latci' brought their year's club work to a delightful close. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling received a letter yesterday morning from their son, Carl, stating he has just arrived back in New York City after a two weeks business visit in Tampn, Florida, in the interest of his company, Carl is very much pleased with the type of temperature they have on tap in Florida at present. Mr. and Mrs. T. R. Collins and daughter left Friday for Cedar Falls, where Mrs. Collins and Helene will spend the summer in the homo of the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Krogh. In the meantime, Mr. Collins, who is the Smith-Hughes agriculture teacher in the Postville school, will attend (he summer agriculture'school, at Iowa State College at Ames. C.; C. Drnvia motored to Wji ; last Saturday afternoon, and tifcj overnight visit Uiare to Mrs % and daughter, Cnl left on forenoon for Davenport on a biui mission, returning to Postville M day. Paul P.,Stewart, republican rmti for state senator, was here from $ navd Tuesday calling on local irt ( ' and found time to drop in at the aid office to place a "thank jp U i; for the splendid support accorded at Inst Monday's primary. Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Harvey i son, Mr. and Mrs. Scott, nil ot \vji ! loo, were week-end visitors here 1 the home of Mr. and Mrs. W, E. no. All returned home-Sunday cept Mrs. Harvey and son who are malning for a more protracted^ Rev., and Mrs. R. F. Galloway, Sunday afternoon for Cedar Hap where on Monday they attended College commencement, their dji ter, Miss Eleanor Galloway, being of the graduates. Following the j untion exercises the Galloways ( over to Washington, Iowa, to visit atives for a few days before returai to Postville. Against Service Expense • Come in and see for yourself that Frigidoire's exclusive, revolutionary cold-making unit not only cuts current cost to the bone, but assures economy year afieryear/The Five-Year Protection Plan provides PROOF of its record-breaking dependability. Buy on Proof, not mere claims I Louis L. Hill Heating:—Hardware—Plumbing POSTVILLE, IOWA THE W/NCHESTElt STORE I MA* <* Time to changi CLEAN, CAREFREE COOKERY The thousands of women who have bought Hotpoint Electric Ranges have embarked ona new experience ofbappy,clean,carcfrechousework. 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