Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 27, 1948 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 27, 1948
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PACK Focm. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA Postville Herald • Clifford W. DcGarmo Fred I>. Martin Publishers Altered at the Post-office, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.50 Per Year to Allamakee, Clayton. Fayette and "Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere 53.00 Per Year. ^WEDNESDAY, OCTOBER 2T, IMS. L. O. Koevenig and Jim were in Des Moines Monday conducting business. Carl Gutte and Martin Sons terminated their visit at the Charles JCanja home and returned to their fcojWfc- Jft •Pilfeafii^SJV .ThMrsday. / Mr. and Mrs, Robert Hamilton / of Lakota were in Postville Monday visiting friends. Mr. Hamil\ ton was formerly with the Inter\ State Power Company office here,. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY October 28, 29 and 30 ABBOTT and COSTELIO "THE NOOSE HANGS HIGH" And well it should for these two screwballs, but they finally, through their own dumbness, get out of ihe many messes they have gotten into. Unlike other pictures, you just ean*t come out and say that ihis or that Abbott and Costello film is the best. This is packed with the things that made these boys the tops in comedy. There is a laugh a minute in this one. MMMHillHII)»H »ltmi »IIIHItHltHrlttHllim*IHWIH Mrs. Leonard Casten is visiting her sister in Cudahy, Wisconsin this week. Robert Krumbeer of Luana was a guest in the Howard Gordanier home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Clifton Mitchell returned Sunday from a wedding trip to Hot Springs. Arkansas. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. H«rrick of Park Ridge, Illinois are visiting in the At. H. Douglass home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred L. Martin were in Iowa City Friday attending the Iowa-Notre Dame game. Peter Erickson of Waterloo was a Saturday dinner guest in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson. Mrs. A. Gohman, Katherine and Gary, of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors in the Kenneth Green home. Born, to Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson of Ossian, a daughter, last Sunday at the Decorah Hospital. Mrs. Alice Miller left Friday evening for Chicago to spend several days with her daughter, Ellen Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Thoma of Cedar Rapids were weekend visitors in the Urban Sadler and Fred Thoma homes. ""Leslie Lawson is back at his job at the Falb Body Shop after a week of illness which confined him to his home. Mr. and Mrs. Adolph Fredericks of Williamsfleld, Illinois spent —-fJhursday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. Mrs. Burr Cook returned to her home from the Postville Hospital where she is convalescing following an operation. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell were in Dubuque last Friday visiting their daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Don Knapp. Ed Kozelka was in Minneapolis, Minnesota last Wednesday and Thursday conducting business for the Hall Roberts - Son Elevator. Mrs. George Sebastian and Mrs. J. F. Sawvelle were in Cedar Rapids Tuesday attending the Grand Lodge meeting of Eastern Star. SUNDAY - MONDAY Oct. 31 and Nov. 1 "THE FULLER BRUSH MAN" —with Red Skelten Looks like the Iris is the last one with this film, but nevertheless here is a boxoffice picture that is easily his best film. Everywhere it has played it has been a terrific crowd-pleaser and a terrific crowd-drawer. Oelwein, Decorah, Waverly and Manchester have all played to turn-away crowds. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:3© O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY November 2 and 3 "THE GAS HOUSE KIDS GO WEST" —with a Live Wire Bunch of Kids like Alfalfa Sweitzer and others This Gas House Kids gang is somewhat similar to the Bowery Boys and are just a little more on the comedy side. If you like these Gas House Kids, and it is almost certain you will, plans will be made to play them about as often, once a month, as the Bowery Boys. ALSO "RIDE, RANGER, RIDE" "With Jonuny Wakely In a recent poll conducted by the Motion Picture News, Wakely was voted third among the "Western" stars, which, is the reason that they are played here once a month. Here is 3 good one with action and song. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! Coming Attractions: "Silver River" "On An Island With Yon" "Life With Father" "Melody Time" "Easter Parade" "Abbott and Costello Meet Frankenstein" "Date With Judy" "Tap Roots" "Coroner's Creek" Mrs. Ivettie Shaffer of Pasadena California and her daughter, Mrs. C. B. Phillips of New Hampton spent Friday in the home of Mrs; Alice Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Peter Kramer and son of ' Dumont were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Kramer. John Hoffbauer, a student of Luther College, Decorah, spent the weekend in the home of his aunt, Anna H. Leui. William J. Klingbeil and Ralph LaVelle were in Iowa City last Saturday attending tlKf~Io\Va-Notre Dame football game. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell left Sunday' for a weeks- visit with relatives in Rush City, Minnesota. Eleven decks of livestock were shipped from Postville over the Milwaukee line during the past week. ,„.._, „ . ~— ,..„ I«« U I» U M, „,^.^,... ..„ /The E. J. Handy residence prop- weekend _ at the Charles Manja/erty has been sold to Alfred M. Bnraas with possession to the new owner on March I, 1949. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luloff of Madison, Wisconsin visited the home. /1 Kenneth and Elmer Schultz and 1 Elmer Meyer were in Iowa City Saturday to attend the Iowa-Notrft Dame football game. / : 1 Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Stinson a^d Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Barnes of- Cresco were Sunday guests in the Horace Gordanier home. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz, Eudora and Wesley, spent Sunday visiting at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Ollinger at Marengo. Ward Rima of Decorah was here Friday to see the Postville-Waukon football game and visited later in the home of his brother, Harold Rima. •Louis Hill, Jr., student at the State University of Iowa, spent Hhe weekend in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hjll.y'' Mrs. Anna Weihe and daughter Hattie returned Wednesday evening from Waterloo where they-j, had spent several days visiting. Roland Gray, Durwood Schutta and Alvin Erickson were in Iowa City last Saturday watching Notre Dame defeat Iowa in the football classic. Mrs. Ben Herrick and Miss Thelda O'Day of Fredericksburg were supper guests Tuesday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Fisher of Oak Park, Illinois returned to their home Sunday after spending a week with their parents, Mr. and ; Mrs. Mori.. C. peering. "-"t Mr. and Mrs. Carl Soukup \ of SpiUville and Mr. and Mrs. £a.; verne Palas of West Union were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. John Van Wey of. Postville are the parents of a son born October 24 at the Postville hospital. The baby weighted eight pounds and. three ounces. Mis. E. C. Sonnkalb and Anna Leui entertained Mrs. Jennie McKinley of Iowa City and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy at a 6:00 o'clock dinner, Monday. William Huffman of Waukon, Republican candidate for office of County sheriff of Allamakee county, was in Postville Saturday afternoon in the interests of his election. , The Flying Farmers of Iowa are steadily growing ifi size, with Allamakee county members keeping up their end pretty well. Kenneth L.\Elvers of Postville is a member of the group. Mrs. Lynn Crawford, who suffered a broken hip in an accident last week and was at the Postville hospital, was taken to St. Mary's Hospital in Rochester Monday Ijy the Schutte Ambulance service. \ WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Salted Peanuts, Spanish, 16 ounce bag —39c Jack Sprat Mince Meat, Condensed, 9 0%. pkg -19c Candy Corn, 13 oz. CeUo bag for -.~29c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, 16 ounce jar for.. _ _33c Jack Sprat Pumpkin, Two 39 ounce cans for _ 33c Jack Sprat Mixed Nuts, Salted, 12 oz. bag ~59c Jack Sprat Pork * Beans, 1554 oz. can for. _10c Jack Sprat Milk, Two 14 M ounce cans for 27c Jack Sprat Sliced Pineapple, So. 2 can for „ 35c Jack Sprat Crushed Pineapple, large can for. 45c Mayflower Dill Pickles, quart size jar for -.32c Husky Dog Food, Two 16 ounce cans for. _ 19c Mayflower Peas, size 4, per can _ 13c Jack Sprat Pancake Floor, 3 pound bag for. _ _..J89c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 3 pound package for.... 34c Jack Sprat Dill Quickies, 26 ounce jar for..._ _...35c Chocolate Cream Coffee, % pound jar for 99c Jack Sprat Puffed Wheat, 2 pkgs. with Apron 57c SARDINES HERRING FRESH OYSTERS BORDEN'S ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CBEAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK 8PBAT Stare Mrs. Lynn Gordanier was here on a business trip and to visit her mother, Mrs. Clifford Meier. She returned to her home in Kalama- o, Michigan Thursday night. Marvin"'Miller submitted to nn operation on his hip at Mercy Hospital in Iowa City last Saturday. His mother, Mrs. Harva O. Miller, is with him. Mr. and Mrs. R. S. Hubbel and children of Milwaukee, Wisconsin spent from Friday through Sun- dav in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy. Grctchen Zieman, junior student nt Cornell college nt Mount Vernon, has been selected to play the title rale in Cornell's Homecoming musical "lolanth" to be presented the nights of October 28,i 29 and 30. Mr. and Mrs, Gale Welzel and family were weekend visitors in the homes of Mr. and Mrs, Orville C. Welzel and family and Miss Dolores Welzel of Naperville, Illinois. They also saw the Ice Follies in Chicago and many other places of interest. William, Fred and Otto Drager of Chelsea, Oklahoma, and August and Albert Burrow of Clermont were dinner guests Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow. WEDNE8DAY, OCTOBER a,j A new display sign was iv^m this week on the front ol KJ 3 Farm and Home Supply store.' sign was erected Monday. The loosers of the conta bridge club entertained the i ners at a 1:00 o'clock \w& Wednesday at the golf n^a The afternoon was spent playiJ bridge with Mrs. Henry Si* winning high honors. Mrs. Beulah Nichols came last Wednesday from Oelwein to visit in the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Harva O. MiUer aj^famUy. I. R.'Hughes of Frankville with his crew of men moved a school house two miles east of Clermont for Irvin Haltmeyer, who is remodeling it for a home. Audrey Buddenberg spent the weekend in Minneapolis, Minnesota visiting her sister, Margret Buddenberg, who is employed at the Western Weighing Inspection Bureau. / Bob Burling, Democratic candidate for County Attorney, is a political visitor in Waukon and Ludlow township today. Waterville and Harpers Ferry were on his itinerary last Saturday. Lillian, Alvin and Delores Erickson were in Iowa City over i the weekend visiting their sister, Evelyn Erickson. They all attended the Iowa-Notre Dame football game Saturday. < \ •"' Mr. and Mrs. Sander Swenson quietly celebrated their fiftieth wedding anniversary at their home on October 18. All of their Children and grandchildren were f*pj;esent for the occasion. / Mrs. Ira E. Smith will hold a public auction of household goods at her home on the North edge of Postville on Saturday, October 30, beginning at 1:00 o'clock. The sale listing may be found on page seven of this issue. Allamakee County Treasurer Leon Henderson of Waukon was a caller in Postville last Friday in the interests of his campaign for reelection to the county treasurer office. W. A. Kneeland, cashier of the Postville State Bank, went to Des Moines Tuesday to attend the State Bankers Convention being held in the capitdl city. The convention closes today. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte were in Gary, Indiana Sunday where they attended the golden wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harris, former residents >of Postville. - Mr. and Mrs. Schutte were in Kankakee, Illinois Saturday with two cousins and then drove over to Gary Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy entertained the following at dinner on Sunday: Mrs. Jennie McKinley of Iowa City; John Hoffbauer of Decorah; Bert Waters, Mrs. Marie Leui, Anna H. -fLeui and Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb. Born, to Mr. and -Mrs. T. M. Sawyer, Jr., of Ann Arbor, Michigan, a son, weighing seven pounds, nine ounces, Sunday October 24, in St. Joseph's Hospital. He will be called Thomas Mitchell Sawyer, the third. Mrs. Sawyer was formally Mary Hope Humphrey, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey of Postville. John H. Palmer, Democratic candidate for State Representative, was a caller in Postville Monday and Tuesday in the interests of his campaign. He spent Monday evening in the home of his daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. * L. L. Hill attended a joint meeting of the Allamakee County Board of Education. Board of Supervisors and town mayors meeting as a board of review at the court house in Waukon Monday. Mr. Hill is president of the County Board of Education. Twenty-seven Mend, m Uvea from Waukon and ^ Minnesota were at the Henrv 1 grav home last Wee k to y Loren Engrav celebrate his enth birthday. The party ^ surprise for the youngster Mr. and Mrs. James Searls, of Mt. Vernon, Miss Carol Eberling of Cedar Falls, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ottson of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier and Mrs. Kate Van Allen were Sunday guests in the Harold Eberling home. Frank G. Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor H. Williams, has) been appointed a squadron adjutant in the reserve training corps at Coe college in Cedar Rapids. A junior, Williams is enrolled in advanced military training at Coe. '" Mrs. Otto Beucher and Mrs. A. C. Webster spent the weekend in Chicago, Illinois and much tq' their surprise heard Lloyd Luh/ man. playing trumpet with Griff Williams orchestra at the Palmer House. Lloyd, son of Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Luhman of Bellflower, California, is a former Postville resident. . of Mr\ as heen\ /Rosella Opsand, daughter and Mrs. Harold Opsand, has been' selected as secretary of the student body of Luther college. She also is vice president of Sigma Alpha Phi and trasurer of the L. D. R. She has been selected as a member of the Nordic Cathedral/1 choir and is a counselor at Larso/i Hall. At the Elevator! JUST RECEIVED! Carloads of SOY BEAN MEAll and LINSEED MEAL] Is' Postville, Iowa L. O. Beucher, cashier of the Citizens State Bank, and Carlton Schroeder, assistant cashier, are attending the State Bankers Convention being held in Des Moines this week. The convention started Monday and closes today. \ Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeldnd and Nancy and Jimmy Waters were in Iowa City last Saturday attending the Iowa-Notre Dame football game. Mrs. Jennie McKinley returned with the Knee- jlands for a visit here in Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Manja entertained the following guests at a 7:00 o'clock dinner Monday evening: Mr. and Mrs. Harry Lenth, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schultz and son Norman, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz and daughter Elizabeth Ann, Mrs. Sophia Geiger and Ludwig, Carl Gutte of Chicago and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Luloff of Madison, Wisconsin. DRESS Perfection Ann Allyn sculptures dresses in which you will look as wonderful as the most exciting occasion demands. Rayon failles, crepes, and gabardines, tailored with the proper amount of feminine detailing. Sizes 10 to 20 and 14% to 24Vs Dereen Style Shop We Cater To The Stylish Stout Postville, Iowa Louis L Hill Hardware • Maybe, Brer Robbit might advise yoo not to buy here, but if you li*t*n to iHe advice of good hunters and sportsmen you'll follow the parade to our big sporting goods department! r TMS Wiitt'S FEATURE I .22 CARTRIDGES | F*tr> »«uf«u, imokoleu cart- | riot*i tor alt 22 -cslibre ropMtar, • linf U thot, and sute - loading 1 rifles and pittolt. Shorts, lonji, 5 ATVW'IT 36c k° x X Telephone No. 140 Electric LANTERN $2.65 GAME TRAPS A strong spring and fast action make this a favorite with the farmers and trappers. Gets 'em and holds 'em. 0, 1, and IM sizes.. up HUNTING KNIFE D.l.i. ^.tllty ha of h.n.a, alrror tlalih kill*. l.tHwr kanal.. *-I»IK •loot, t Xuk.i •vor«H. $ 2.19 RECOIL PAD Mad* of fin* dark I oath or. Moldod rubber baio for otrfect fit. Lacoi tightly to ttock $1.25 GUN OIL Will n.t turn «r ilkk. I» Iv.rlcit.i, cl.tnt, p.lith.i. 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