Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
26 Jun 1940

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26 Jun 1940

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1940, Postville, Iowa Tags four. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Wednesday june 2. 1940. Postville Herald we. J. Kiln Gacil publisher a entered at the Post office at Postville. Iowa As second class matter. Subscription Price $2.00 per year in the u. S. A. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display.30 cents per Inch locals readers legals._____10c per line want ads._.1 cent per word minimum charge 25c card of ,_________.____________75c Cash with order on All mail orders. No poetry accepted. National editorial of Fra ass Sci Atio n wednesday june 26, 1940. Vera Hupfer of Gunder was a business visitor in Postville tuesday. Leila s Beauty Salon will be closed july 4, 5 and 6 while it is being redecorated. Topps Fly Spray really is tops. We have it in any Quantity. Thoma hardware. Iris theatre Postville Iowa the finest sound in Iowa thursday Friday and saturday june 27, 28 and 29 Jack Benny Rochester Andy Devine Ellen Drew and Phil Harris and his band Buck Benny rides again folks there is no use in sitting by your radio worrying Over the War news. It won t help your health nor your state of mind. So see Buck Benny rides again to relieve the it s packed with laughter and song. We Promise you two full hours of fun and thorough enjoyment. sunday monday june 30 and july 1 George raft Joan Bennett Lloyd Nolan Walter Pidgeon and Gladys George in the House across the Bay produced on an impressive scale this gripping and dramatic drama has held audiences spellbound by the sheer Power of its highly dramatic episodes. Again the producers have Given us another Fine woman a picture. It touches deeply the heart of every woman. Also a great color cartoon "snd7fles takes a try matinee sunday at 2 30 o clock limit it nun tin inn tuesday and wednesday july 2 and 3 murder in the air with Ronald Reagan Lya Lya and George Lite an action packed mystery that takes place aboard a trans Continental Rocky Mountain rangers with the three mesh Nieters an action packed coming attractions turn about Waterloo brd3ge" Susan and god Lillian Russell Edison. The Man torrid zone one lot ladies sandals values to $3.00, to close out at 98c-at Kozelka s. When in need of artificial ice place your order with Meyers four county hatchery. Or. And mrs. Eldo Kurdelmeier and son Lyle visited relatives in Farmers Burg sunday. Russell Brown of Davenport was a sunday visitor at the Home of or. And mrs. J. E. Horgan. When you have cleaning to be done remember Gordanier cleaners Postville. Mrs. Louis Matt and family of Garn Avillo were callers at the Home of or. And mrs. Arnold Fisher sunday afternoon. Mrs. William Whelan and daughter Anna Mae of Mcgregor visited Satur Day with mrs. Whelan s sister mrs Nora Duwe. Silverware prices Are lowest in years and our budget plan makes it easy to buy. No carrying charges. W. J Hanks your jeweler. A nine Pound boy was born monday to or. And mrs. Delbert Kohrs who live North of Castalia. Mrs. Kohrs is a daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Kuhse. Workmen for the Postville Farmers Telephone co. Will Complete laying underground Cable this week end and expect to begin erecting Aerial cables next week. Have your orders in for dressed chickens by frd3ay evening for saturday de livery. Meyer s four county hatchery. Louis f. Schroeder and son Palmer went to Tripoli saturday evening and returned with Ileta Schroeder who will spend a few Days at the Home of her parents. Robert Myers son of or. And mrs. J. W. Myers arrived Home thursday from Chicago. 111., where he has completed his Sophomore year As a student of Illinois school of optometry. Carl g. Welzel Dolores Welzel or. And mrs. Gale Welzel and Gale jr., went to Monroe wis., sunday for a visit with Orville Welzel who is the supervisor of the municipal recreation Park. Donald Humphrey son of or. And mrs. J. T. Humphrey went to Des Moines wednesday afternoon where he enlisted in the u. S. Army air corps at fort Des Moines. He is now located at Lincoln nebr., where he will be stationed for three months. A civil service examination will be held tomorrow morning at the Post Ville schoolhouse to fill a vacancy for a Rural route position at Monona. There will be 38 people taking the examination which will be conducted by a. W. Bush and Keith Gray. Or. And mrs. Henry Jahnke Walter and Gladys Mae and cloy Timmer Man visited sunday at St Olaf with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Carl Nesteby. Their grandson Charles Nesteby returned Home with them in the evening to spend the summer at their Home. The Rev. Patrick Hogan of this City and the Rev. Connell of Eldora left last week on a three weeks vacation trip. Rev. Hogan told friends before leaving Postville that they planned on making an extensive visit in Alaska. During his absence the Rev. O Connell of Clermont will substitute for him in St. Bridget s Catholic Church. Roy Ole non returned to Postville on monday evening after enjoying a ten Day vacation at Arlington so. Dak., where he visited his Brothers. Or. Oleson was formerly located at Arlington working in the first National Bank of that City. He stated that the crops in that neighbourhood Are better at this time than they have been in years. Pauline Staadt worked at the Postville state Bank during or. Ole son s absence. Weekend specials Jack Sprat preserves 16-oz. Jar 21c marshmallows two 1-lb. Bags.55c Queen olives it. Jar.39c j. A shoe string potatoes can.l0c 3. S. Potato salad can_.15c j. S. Roast beef or luncheon loaf per can,.,._.-.25c Jack Sprat salad dressing quart Jar for._.-30c napkins Large 40 in pkg.,.10c sardines american a size can_.5c sardines Mustard 15 of. Can.12c sardines King Oscar can.20c Dill pickles 58 of. Jar._.------.290 pork & Beans j.s., 16 of. Can. 5c pork & Beans 4 Gal. Size.-----17c matches True american 3 boxes.7c part Pak beverages quart bottle for._.10c Jack Sprat pectin pkg.-. .10c Jack Sprat pectin 8 of. Bottle.l5c Jack Sprat flour 49 lb.-51.75 Jack Sprat Coffee 1 la. Tin-------.24c tomatoes cantaloupes Lemons cucumbers watermelons sugar bowl ice Cream Thoma Bros. The Jack Sprat Stoke j get your Binder aprons repaired now. Putnam harness store. Or. And mrs. John Kohrs and family were sunday visitors at the Fred Schara Home. For Sale-115 acre Well improved farm. Priced to sell. J. T. Humphrey Postville Iowa.-36c a or. And mrs. De f. Schroeder Duane and Gerald drove to Dubuque sunday a Luther league rally. Jean Horgan returned from Cedar Falls monday morning on the bus after a week end visit with a Friend Mary Smiley. Miss Pearl Jahnke of Castalia and Elwin Hannaman of West Union were at Cresco sunday to visit the father of or. Hannaman. You can buy artificial ice up to 9 30 o clock sunday morning at the Meyer four county hatchery. Or. And mrs. Henry Keeslar returned to Chicago this morning after a week s visit at the Home of mrs. Kess Lar s parents or. And mrs. C. E. Harrington. Jack Bush who attends summer school at Iowa state teachers College at Cedar Falls spent the week end Here with his parents or. And mrs. A. A. Bush. Clifton Kohler of Elgin has been visiting since Friday at the Home of a. L. Peterson and or. And mrs. C. M. Peterson. He is a brother of mrs. C. M. Peterson. Or. And mrs. Harvey burtness of Mekinock no. Dak., and or. And mrs. George Hamre and son Peter of Decorah visited in Postville tuesday with miss Christine Hoyme. Flood lights will soon be erected at the new band stand recently constructed at the City Park. Holes were being dug this morning and poles for the lights will be put up soon John Falb jr., mrs. John l. Gregg. Or. And mrs. Keith Gregg Myron Dettman and Bruce Webster were in Chicago this week to drive Home a Fleet of new bricks for the Falb motor company. Or. And mrs. J. W. Steele or. And mrs. Henry v. Steele and or. And mrs. De Mcneil drove to Marengo thursday to attend the wedding of a Niece. Miss Regina Steele and Ralph Vogel of Sigourney. Or. And mrs. Harry Overeen and family went to Oelwein on Friday for a week end visit with mrs. Overeen s parents or. And mrs. Emil Anderson. The Overeen returned to Postville sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Lora do wahls became the parents of a baby boy weighing 9% pounds tuesday night. He has been named Allen. The wahls family live three Miles West of Postville and have one other child Luann. Mrs. Louis Schutte mrs. Albert Lubke mrs. Gustav Dietsch mrs. L. Ethoma and Paul Schutte drove to Waterloo Friday morning for a Short visit. They returned to Postville in the afternoon of the same Day. Mrs. George Welzel was injured in a fall thursday at the Home of her daughter mrs. Earl Gilster where she had gone to help can strawberries. In carrying a Wishful of berries Down stairs she slipped and fell to the floor Margaret Cole daughter of or. And mrs. H d. Cole who is a nurse at mercy Hospital Dubuque is Home on a three weeks vacation. Mrs. Cole and son. William drove to Dubuque saturday and Margaret accompanied them Home. Mrs. Harvey Cornell and son Harvey jr., who have been in Minneapolis minn., visiting mrs. Cornell s Mother Are expected today at the miss Olive Orr Home for a Short visit. They Are Enro Ute to their Home in Sante be new Mexico. De Green of Castalia was chosen As a member of the Dairy judging team for the All Iowa Dairy show to be held at Cedar rapids August 15. The selection was made at Cresco a week ago sunday at a meeting of northeastern Iowa dairymen. Mrs. B. H. Graeber s Mother mrs. E. R. Hoskings and her aunt mrs. Nellie Foster of St. Paul minn., came to Postville on saturday afternoon to make the acquaintance of miss Gail Dorothy infant daughter of the Grae Bers. They returned Home sunday. Mrs. Harvey Buddenberg of Postville or. And mrs. Hjalmer Kolseth of Decorah and mrs. John Moen of Bluffton went to Dearborn mich., last wednesday to be in attendance at graduation exercises of Fordson High school. Mrs. Moen s son Walter was a member of the graduating class. From Dearborn the party planned to to go to new York City and attend the world s fair. Leon t. Birdsell Monona s up and hustling clothing merchant was in Postville Friday morning renewing acquaintances and attending to some business matters. Leon informed us that he had sold his Home in Postville some time ago to his wife s parents or. And mrs. W. L. Meyer and we would t be a bit surprised to find the Meyers living next door to us in the not too Distant future Henry Larson was a Postville caller. Tuesday morning and we Learned that if All Alfalfa is As Good a stand As he has our Farmers Are in for a Busy haying season. Henry has 30 acres of of this legume and he says it will go better than four tons per acre at the season s first cutting. This will be far More than he can handle and being a firm believer in Herald want ads he is advertising some of the Hay for Sale in this week s Herald. Banners Are getting to know the value of Herald want ads and those who use them find them a profitable Way of disposing of their surplus property a a mrs. Warren Harrington went to West Union tuesday to visit friends and relatives. Mrs. Dorothy Holmes and mrs. Anna Desart attended a meeting sunday at Cedar rapids. One lot ladies White and Light color de summer shoes values to $6.50, now $1.95.-at Kozelka s. Or. And mrs. Fay Wickham of Luana were sunday visitors in Postville at the Pat Brandt Home. Or. And mrs. Ray Brandt of Waukon were sunday visitors it the Home of or. Brandt s Mother mrs. Ida Brandt. Or. And mrs. Walter Lammert and Duane and or. And mrs. De. Lammert spent sunday with Dennis Lammert at Manning. Livestock shipping business increased in Postville during the past week As 33 decks were shipped from town by the Milwaukee Road. Or. And mrs. Francis Schroeder and daughter left for their Home in clo Quet minn., sunday morning after spending a week Here with relatives and friends. Or. And mrs. Clifford Ellis and family or. And mrs. J. P. Ellis and or and mrs. Frank Bruckner visited with Frank Standorf and sons at Barnum wis., on sunday. Maxine Masonhall of Waterloo visited saturday evening and sunday with her parents or. And mrs. L. J. Mason Hall. Her brother Winfield took her Back to Waterloo sunday evening. Mrs. Geo. J. Meier mrs. Victor wit Liams Duane Schroeder Gates Williams and George Meier jr., went to Dubuque tuesday where the latter took a rules examination of the Milwaukee Railroad. Or. And mrs. Herbert Templeton of Portland ore., Are expected Friday at the Home of mrs. Templeton s brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. H. E Roberts. Or. Templeton is a wholesale lumber dealer. Among the jurors selected in Clayton county for the july term of District court Are the following from this sector Arno Doerring Luana Verni Eberling Florence Jacobia Postville and Roy Koth Monona. Rudolph Hartwig drove to Garna Villo thursday evening for a visit with friends. Or. Hartwig formerly lived in Garnavillo moving to Postville Only a few weeks ago when he bought the Schuette service station. Or. And mrs. Ray Burnham and sons Vance and Keith of Minneapolis arrived Here saturday to spend several Days with the former s parents or. And mrs. H. C. Burnham says the Al Kamakee journal Waukon. Or. And mrs. G. W. Hunt of Gutten Berg or. And mrs. Don Webber and daughter Beth of Mcgregor and or. And mrs. Russell Brant daughter Janet and son Alan of Oelwein visited or. And mrs. B. H. Graeber on sunday. Guests at the John c. Martens Home sunday included or. And mrs. Herb sess and daughter Jon Carol mrs. Sess and son All of Lansing mrs. Monroe Henkes and son mrs. Alberta Rol land and daughter Jeanette All of Luana or. And mrs. Lester Bigler and family Walter Bigler and lady Friend of Decorah. A group of Christian Endeavor students of the United Brethren Church of Castalia and Bethel Church Postville went to Cedar Falls on monday morning to attend a leadership training Camp. They will return Home on saturday evening. Acting As Chaper ones Are mrs. W. M. Suckow of Postville and mrs. Joseph Schultz Castalia. Or. And mrs. Wesley Burdick of Minneapolis minn., visited in Postville at the Home of or. And mrs. Edward l. Burdick last week. It was or. Burdick s first visit to Postville in 17 years. He is a son of or. And mrs. Albert Burdick who formerly lived near Hardin and was graduated from Postville High school a Quarter Century ago with the class of 1915. The Bur Dicks returned to their Home in Minneapolis on saturday. The Northeast Iowa league baseball game Between Postville and Garnavillo was called off sunday afternoon due to the heavy rainfall. Next sunday Waukon will come to Postville for a game that promises to be a thriller. Waukon is exceptionally Strong this year and at present is in second place in the league standings. Dresselhaus of Waukon pitched the indians to a 5 to 3 Victory Over Monona a week ago. It was Monona s first defeat of the year. C. E. Cox and Ray a Douglass at tended a masonic meeting tit Maynard tuesday evening. Get our Topp s Fly Spray in any Quantity and be assured of the Best. Thoma hardware mrs. James Birdsell of Frankville returned to her Home Friday after n five Day visit at the Home of Stella and r. D. Sams. Miss Bernice Kovec neg returned to Waterloo tuesday after having spent two weeks Here visiting her parents or. And mrs. John j. Kovec neg. Or. And mrs. E. C. Hesnor of Lamont drove to Postville sunday to spend the Day with their son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. Milo Sericko. J. H. Thompson of Lansing was a Postville visitor last wednesday. He is chairman of the Republican county Central committee and was Over in this Corner of Alla Makee getting acquainted with the newly elected delegates to the convention to be held at Waukon on saturday june 29. Merlin Schroeder Rind or and mrs James Gregg were visitors in Decorah sunday morning. Frank Schmitz congenial editor of the Ossian Bee was n Sci old caller this morning on business. Egg prices Are unchanged again this week. Postville produce houses Are paying 12c for specials 10c Tor stand Ards and 9c. For number 2 s. We sell Topp s Fly Spray because it s the Best obtainable and gives such genuine satisfaction. Thoma Haru Ware. Or. And mrs. E. L. Amundsen of Decorah and Cornell Riveland of the Ossian Community visited wednesday evening with or. And mrs. Don Amundsen and son Dirk. Workmen erected a summer cottage 12x16 feet in size during the past week for Leila Schmidt. It is located at the rear of the Schmidt Home and will be used for sleeping and eating quarters during the hot summer weather. Eek end specials for june 27, 28 and 29 Prairie Queen if in flour 49 la. 1 Rice, v i j 3 pounds for. A to crackers 2 la. Box a 19c value at Only Xiv Coffee a re 3 la. Glass Jar for our salad dressing is quart Jar for. wheaties or Kix or per Box Only. Xuc grape nuts 9�f� 2 boxes for. A Ltd shredded wheat q per Bozof paper towels -1 in 2 Rolls for Only. 11 a Lemons per dozen. Uduc soda. 1 la. Pkgs., a 2 packages for. Luv raisins 2 Pound pkg. Bloc dutch Cleanser in 2 boxes for. Jdc of idol Heinz or Clapps baby food Ofin 3 cans for Raj a Lux soap in 3 boxes for Only. X 1 c Calumet baking in powder 1 la. Can a fresh fruits and vegetables. Geo. J. Meier pure food grocers lit i thirsty there s nothing like a Good cold drink or a dish of ice Cream to Cool you off and satisfy that thirst or hungry feeling. Make a habit of dropping in the Palm it s the meeting place of All your friends when they want to Cool off in the summer. Exclusive dealer in Postville for purity ice Cream Palm at the elevator 11 Waukon july 4 car of Tankage and 1 meat scraps i received at the fair grounds in Waukon afternoon and evening thrilling Auto stunts by suicide club get our new 1 Low prices 1 Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa i dance at Pavilion rides concessions big fireworks display a Safe and sane fourth of july by the fair Assn. Waukon is the place to spend your fourth for a Good time

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