Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 5, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA., WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5, 1945. Postville Herald* Win. 3. Ktlngbcil, Publisher Entered at the Fostoffico at Postville, Iowu. as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PKICK S2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. S1.50 Three Months, 75c Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local. 30 cents per inch: Foreign and Transient. 33c Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—lc a Word rJ5c Minimum* Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DriOiSlMl__ VA< ASSOCiAVION 0 WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 5. IMS. Arthur J. Palas was a business visitor in Elkader Monday. Donald- Jahnke. who has been serving in the Navy in the Pacific area, arrived home last week on leave. Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson spent several days last week at Worthinston. Minn., on a visit to Ted's mother. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Koehrinfi. Mrs. Paul Shafer and Mrs. August Held went to Cedar Rapids last Friday for a visit to relatives and on business. Mrs. H. E. Roberts and daughter, Nancy, Mrs. Fred Luhman and Peggy Kerr spent the week end in Minneapolis where they were met by Hall Hoberts who is attending the Blake School for Boys at Hopkins. | IRIS Theatre I Postville, Iowa I THURSDAY, FRIDAY | and SATURDAY | December 6, 7 and S I "INCENDIARY BLOND" I —with Betty Hutton, | Philip De Cordova, and | Barry Fitzgerald, the lovable | priest of "Going My Way." | Filmed in Gorgeous Technicolor | with all the beautiful girls in | Hollywood, this musical-comedy | is the roughest, roudiest and fun§ niest comedy of the season. | Swell tunes, beautiful gals, eye- i filling stage settings and side| splitting comedy. Everybody I likes music and most everybody | likes comedy, so here it is—a I real bell ringer. | SUNDAY, MONDAY I December 9 and 10 I "OUT OF THIS I WORLD" I —with Eddie Bracken, Veronica | Lake and Diana Lynn | — PLUS — | Carmen Cavallero. Ray Noble, | Joe Reichman, and Henry King, | all doing the popular numbers | on the grand piano keyboards I that have made them famous. | You have everything in this | swell comedy—everything any| one possibly wants. The music I —those piano numbers are out- S standing. As for comedy—well, | you're do for a surprise when | Eddie starts to sing . . . and out | comes Bing's voice. This is the | kind of entertainment all ages | enjoy. | SUNDAY MATINEE AT | 2:30 O'CLOCK F. M. ! TUESDAY AND I WEDNESDAY I December 11 and 12 I Gary Cooper and Paulette God| tlard in Cecil B. DcMilie's Tech| njcolor Special— "NORTHWEST MOUNTED I POLICE" § The spectacular beauty ot this | grand northern film has never | been equalled. | ALSO | A clever little mystery film— "CARRIBEAN MYSTERY" Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! HONEY For Sale—Phone 33-3, Monona, Iowa. Reuben David.—Sp. Mrs. George Tjaden spent the week end in the home of Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomson at Wnukon. Miss Neva Bcrtelson is helping Santa Clans at the Douglass Pharmacy dur- jing the holiday shopping season. | Mr. and Mrs. Emmet Dreier are the parents of an 8<s-pound boy, born to them at Postville hospital Monday. We have a new shipment of Snow- Pants in sizes 7 to 10 in stock now. Noilly Hat and Roady-to-Wear Store. A mickload of good potatoes is expected here soon, heave your orders at Meyer's Four-County Hatchery. Postville. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING, REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS. POSTVILLE. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and Gwendolyn were over at Frankville Sunday as dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Dcpping. Mr. and Mrs. D. K. Richards of Rochester, Minn., were week end guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. L. F. Putnam and Miss Merle Brucne. A card from Mrs. Harlan Schara indicates that she and her daughter have moved from Marquette to Sunflower. Kansas. Her husband is in the army. FANCY PAPERS, SEALS AND TAGS. QUANTITIES ARE LIMITED AGAIN THIS YEAR. BETTER LAY IN YOUR SUPPLY RIGHT NOW. OUR OWN HARDWARE. The Milwaukee railroad handled 63 decks of livestock out of the local station during the past week. Lack of cars is still holding much stock from going to market from this section. Robert Maston of the University of Dubuque was the guest speaker at the Community church Sunday. For several years Mr. Maston filled the pulpit at Frankville while a student at Dubuque. Carl C. Sander was up at Rochester, Minn., over Sunday to visit his wife and daughter. He found his wife able to sit up for the first time that day following her operation in a hospital in that citv. Kenneth Evans, who was recently discharged from the navy after 7'-i years service, was in Postville yesterday from Waukon. He is now with the White Construction Company who are building REA lines. Miss Lucille McNally is back at her position in the REA office after spending a two weeks vacation during which she visited her sister Dolores, in Kansas City, Mo„ and with her brother-in-law and sister. Mr. and Mrs. A. H. Blatti, at New Hampton. The K. K. Hennessey family have moved into the apartment over the former Blue Arrow building which is now owned by Oscar Nyberg. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Fitzpatrick and Mrs. Jessie Fitzpatriek recently moved from the apartment to the home of Mrs. Emma Livingood in west Postville. Mr. and Mrs. James Foran of Elkader have moved into their house vacated by the Hennessey family. For Sale—Purebred Dtiroc Jersey stock hogs. W. A. 'Meyer, Cnstalln, Iowa.— flp. * C. C. Hoth goes to Dubuque today where he has been summoned to serve on the jury in Federal Court. LcRoy Gass and Curtis Aberncthy arrived home Tuesday morning from Chicago where they had spent the week end. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and daughter, Marion, Anna Leui and Murtis Gordanier spent Saturday in Cedar Rapids. A WIDE VARIETY OF STATIONERY—WITS END, SKY-RITE, AIR MAIL AND THE WF.DGEWOOI). OUR OWN HARDWARE. Unity Chapter. No. G2. R. A. M., will hold their annual meeting and election of officers at Masonic Hall Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. Mrs. Emma Berg, Private Maurice Berg and Taft Nesbit of Whitehall, Mich., came Sunday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nesbit and family. There will be a school program at the West Grove, Post township school house Thursday, December 13, at 8:15 p. m. Free lunch. Admission 10c and 25c. Marian Christofferson, teacher. Mrs. Henry Kccslar went to Cedar Rapids Saturday to meet her husband, a Specialist (A) First Class in the Navy, who has been discharged and is now here with his wife and his daughter. Fred C. Miene. who recently purchased the farm machinery business in Monona, moved his family to that city Saturday. The house they vacated here has been sold to Art Schroeder. who with his sister will move into it next spring. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bellows and Mrs. Bessie Stoltz of Dubuque were visitors among local relatives Sunday. As noon these people and Mr. Mr. and Mrs. John L. Gregg were din- npr guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Wilke. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brandt and family visited Mrs. Brandt's sisters in Cedar Rapids over the last week end. JAlso visiting there were her mother, Mrs. Otto Buchheim, of Elkader, her brother, Donald, and her sister, Mrs. Arno Fascher, of Elgin. Gordon A. Stewart left last week for Neenah, Wis., where he has accepted a position with the Kimberly- Clark Paper Co., as a chemical engineer. He was recently discharged from service and had been visiting his wife in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson home near Gunder. Jack Bush, a teacher in the Strawberry Point school, who as a. sideline |has the coaching duties of the school's athletic teams, was a home visitor over the week end. When he called at the Herald office he was wearing n grin of broad proportions and on inquiry we learned it was because his basketball teams had won their first engagements of the season against old rivals of the school. They beat McGregor 32 to 18. and Friday night spanked Manchester 24 to 22. Jack Sprat Cake Flour, 44 ounce package 21c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 5 pound package 37c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound bag for 18c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 30c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can 53c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 6 cans for 80c Jack Sprat 'Whole Grain Corn, 6 cans for 93o Jack Sprat Soup, 2 cans ..19c Jack Sprat Spinach, two 18-ounce cans for 33c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for S2.49 Majorette Coffee, 1 lb, bag ;27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 32o Mayflower Green Cut Beans, 2 cans for 27c Currants, 8 ounce pkg 20c Mince Meat, 9 oz. pkg 17c Mixed Nuts, per pound 55e Pecans, per pound 50c Jap Hulless Popping Corn, lb 15c Red Kidney Beans, can 10c - 13c Hominy, large siie can 16o BRING IN YOUR FREE DWARFIES WHEAT MIX BREAKFAST FOOD CARDS APPLES SWEET POTATOES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LEMONS ORANGES GRAPES CELERY LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT SUGAR BOWL ICE, CREAM FRED J. THOMA THE JACK SPRAT STORE George Harris of the U. S. Navy arrived here last Thursday for a week's visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Obert Harris. William H. Seiter of Iowa City spent the week end here with his wife and son in the Mr. and Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeil home. Mnrgenclle Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker of Luana, submitted to an appendectomy at Postville hospital Inst Wednesday. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Oulman of F,s- therville came Friday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank F. Hangartner. They returned home yesterday. CHRISTMAS CARDS AT 3!)c, 79c AND 98c PER BOX. ALSO INDIVIDUAL CARDS AT PRICES RANGING FROM 2 FOR 5 CENTS TO 20 CENTS EACH. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mrs. Dan Snitker, Dr. F. W.'Klesau and Louis Sehutte took Evelyn Snitker, 16-year-old daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Dan Snitker, to Rochester, Minn., Monday where she is staying for treatment and care. Postville Lodge, No. 707, arc making plans for a public dance at Memorial Hall for the evening of Saturday, January 5. It's to be a gala event, so mark your social calendar now so nothing will prevent you from attending. Mrs. David Meyer has received word from her son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Meyer, informing her that these people are now located at Yuma. Arizona, whero Harvey is working in a print shop. Housing conditions out there are similar to here, so for the time being Mr. and Mrs. Meyer are living in a trailer house. / Robert Myers returned home from fa business trip to Chicago last night via the Zephyr to Prairie du Chien, Wis. On the same train was Lieutenant Leo iChub> Sebastian who was enroute to Minneapolis, where he was to meet his wife. The Sebastians are expected here this week end for a visit to Leo's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebartian. <.Word comes to Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones that their son. Charles, has arrived on the west coast and is now awaiting transportation home. He has been serving in the Pacific area. There are said to be between 25- and 30,000 servicemen, home from the Pacific, stranded in west coast ports waiting for travel accomodations to get home. C. C. Searls of the Milwaukee railroad told us this morning his company has just released forty coaches to be sent out west to help alleviate the situation Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer arrived home Monday evening from their three weeks tour through the south which took them through 13 states and into Old Mexico. They covered 4,500 miles on the trip and visited fruu and vegetable packing plants that are said to be the largest in the world. Mr. and Mrs. Meyer picked their own cit rus fruit which they brought home with them for consumption during the holidays. At Alamo, Texas, they visit ed their friends, Mr. and Mrs. A. H Schuhart. m rip ii S 9 FOR ALB. At Our St ore For gifts of utility and desirability, visit our store while out on your Christmas shopping tour. We suggest the following as a few items from which you may choose just the things you can give this Christmas: FOR HIM Tools Grinding Wheels Electric Fencers Tool Box Forks Tank Heaters Shovels Radio Batteries Grease Guns Steel Tapes Electric Soldering Iron Electric Lanterns Splitting Wedges Barn Brooms Milk House Electric Water Heaters Safety Razors Bill Folds Hunting Knives FOR HER Door Chimes Light Fixtures Silverware Pyrex Ware Cookie Jars Water Sets Floor Wax Dust Mops Furniture Polish Clothes Driers Food Choppers Ironing Boards Step Ladders Roaster Brooms Cold Pack Sets Desk Lamps Hoth Bros. Hardware Christmas Shopping Headquarters For All t,€hristmas GIFTS Cast Aluminum CHECK FRYER Heavy cast aluminum pan .. and cover. Large 11-ln. size. ft Cool wood handle. Cast Aluminum GRIDDLE $4*85 Broils, grills, fries and bakes. Large 12-ln. size with ft thick raised edges. Wall Mounted CAN OPENER $1.98 Permanently attaches wall. Swings out of the way when not in use. Quick, easy to operate. 3 Quart Aluminum SAUCE PAN ft to ft 94c Good heavy weight aluminum ft in the popular 3-quart size, ft A welcome gift. ft § Firt Kino £ CASSEROLES § 49c to 69c See our complete line of these popular ovenglass ;itchen utensils. Ideal gifts for mother. Mirror PLATEAU $|.98 18-inch size. Choice of decorated rectangle or plain oval designs. Heavy glass. 3-Pitce CONSOLE SET ft ft ft M ft I ft I ft ft ft ft ft ft \\ t! I ft Two novel shaped candle- ft holders and large 12-inch ft crystal bowl to match. ft ft ft 98- LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing Ouh Outo." HARDWARE We're As Ready As We'll Ever Be Our Christmas stocks are now on display in both of our stores... the Hardware and Auto Supplies Store and the "Variety Store. And while stocks are not tfs complete this year here or anywhere in the country, we do believe we have many items you will like for gift purposes. Come in and make your selections early while stocks are adequate. L. O. KOEVENIG — Two Stores —Hardware ami Auto Supplies Variety Store

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