Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 12, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER It, im Postville Herald Wm. J. Kllnitbclt. Publisher "* Entered at the PostofTicc at Postville. Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. $1.50 Three Months. 75c Elsewhere $.100 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local, 30 cents per inch: Foreign and Transient, 3oc Locals and Readers Iflc per line Want Ads—1c a Word t23c Minimum 1 Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL tl,. lOh: A L flAC$K_ ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 12. Mrs. Henry Barnholut spent Friday and Saturday in Waterloo. Seventy decks of livestock were shipped out of the Milwaukee station here the past week. Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kozelka 'and Mrs. Keith Waters were business visitors in Minneapolis Saturday. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts and Frank and Nancy, and r Miss Ruth Turner were in Cedar' Rapids on Thursday. Harry Cahalan and three sons of C.u tersville were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Nesbit and family. Lawrence Koevenig of Chicago came Saturday to visit his mother, Mrs. Mary Koevenig. expecting to remain here for six weeks. Pick Peterson went to Pes Moines Friday for a visit to the home of his brother and sister-in-law. Mr. and Mrs. Don Peterson. Eugene Baltz arrived home last ; Wednesday from the Panama Canal ; Zone where he had been the past 20 months with the U. S. Signal Corps. WATCH FOR THE HUBBARD iTRICK ON WEDNESDAY. DEC. 19. ~ | SPECIAL PRICE ON MOTHER IIUB- l945 -iBARD FLOUR. POSTVILLE FEED MILL. The Luana Lutheran Ladies' Aid will hold a Food Sale and Gift Shop on Saturday afternoon. Dec. 15. at .1. F. Hart .-pent Sunday with his father. C. N. Hart, in Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer left this morning for Orlando. Florida, to one o'clock, in the basement of the spend the winter church. Miss Marian fasten and Mrs. June Wm. A. Kneeland was in Dcs Moines Mathison McConlogue of. Cornell Col- Friday to attend a state meeting of lege. Mt. Vernon, spent the week end I the War Finance Committee, which j here in the home of the former's par- jwas attended by county and radio ents. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten. | chairmen. _____________________ j Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Jonsberg have i received word that their son. Kermit, ; landed at San Diego. Calif.. Sunday | IRIS Theatre ! Postville, Iowa I THURSDAY, FRIDAY ] and SATURDAY | December 13, 1-1 and 15 | Playing by Special Request the 1 Glenn Miller Musical Show— "ORCHESTRA j WIVES" I with George Montgomery. Anne I Rutherford. Carole Landls, | and with that once great I musician and band leader— | Glenn Miller | Major Miller lost his life in a | plane crash in the European | theater of war. Before he enter| ed the service his fine musical i organization was the very tops | in popularity. His style of music | has never been equalled and his § haunting arrangements of various numbers have a beautiful melodic and a haunting character that seems to have passed on with Mr. Miller. This is a grand show — and if it is good music you like, you simply must not fail to see this. SUNDAY, MONDAY December 16 and J7 "JUNIOR MISS" —with Peggy Ann Garner, Allyn Joslln, Michael Dunne, Fay Marlowe and other young and ' coming stars This is what every bobby-soxer goes for and goes for in a big way. Packed with comedy and grand dialogue, you will find this one of the most amazingly true-to-life films in years. "JUNIOR MISS" is a real heart warming film. It is the nicest and the funniest story in a long time. It isn't just a show for kids — you parents will get a tremendous kick out of it. Especially the male parent who really thinks his girls are completely nuts. Don't miss this fine human story that Life Mag- I azine rates "The Best Family | Film" of 1945. | SUNDAY MATINEE AT | 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. ! TUESDAY AND | WEDNESDAY | December 18 and 19 | Jack Benny and Alexis Smith 1 "THE HORN I BLOWS AT MIDNIGHT" I The screwiest film you ever 1 saw—but packed with laughs, | nevertheless. | ALSO I Don Barry In— | "THE OREGON I TRAIL" I A snappy action-packed | "Western." 1 1 and so they are expecting him home |! before long. f; Mrs. Harlan Hein and Mrs. George liHein returned home Tuesday from ! Minneapolis. Minn., where they hud I been to visit Harlan who is n patient |iin the veterans' hospital. I I ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT |: WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. 1 1 Norbcrt Kruse, who was recently ||discharged from the service and had | j been here on a visit to his mother, Mrs. IJEd Foley, left last week for Boston, 1 1 Mass.. where he will attend school :|undcr_the benefits of the G. I. Bill of |l Rights. ; I j Miss Irene Meier. Mrs. A. J. Phillips. | j A. L. Meier and daughter, Mrs. Euclid I j Marston. were at Monona last Thurs|' day to attend the funeral of Mrs. I 'charles Meier, 83, who passed away I in that city on Monday of last week. I I The deceased was an aunt of the three I : ladies and a sister-in-law of Mr. Meier. |j Carl C. Sander was up at Rochester, I! Minn., Sunday to visit his wife and |'daughter, Helen. Mrs. Sander's con- f.dition has so far improved that she 1 1 was able to leave the hospital and is 1 1 now staying in a hotel, and she and | j Helen expect to come home this week end. Mr. Sander was accompanied by Vives Bollman whose wife is also a patient in a Rochester hospital. Tuesday & Wednesday I — ARE — I CASH NIGHTS! 1 Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 3 pound package 23c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound bag for 18c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for 33c Jack Sprat Orange-Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can 53c Jack Sprat Wheat Cereal, 28 ounce package 16c Jack Sprat Oatmeal, 3 lb. pkg 28c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Milk, 3 tall cans 28c Jack Sprat Cut Beets, per can I5c and 18c Jack Sprat Sire 3 Sieve Peas 18c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag 31c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Hershey's Cocoa, 8 oz. pkg 10c Borden's Chocolate Malted Milk, per jar 32c Borden's llemo, 1 lb. jar 59c Motts Apple Cider, gal. jug...60c Mince Meat, 9 oz. pkg 17c Red Kidney Beans, can ...10c and 13c Hominy, large can for 16c Stalcy's Starch, Corn or Gloss, 3 packages for 21c Calumet Baking Powder, 1 pound can for 15o Roasted Peanuts, pound 28c Bulk Pitted Dates, lb 46c Nut Meats, in pkgs 10c • 25c - 50c Pecan Nuts, per pound 50c Almonds, per pound 59o Mixed Nuts, per pound 55c BRING IN YOUR FREE DWARFIES WHEAT MIX BREAKFAST FOOD CARDS BEFORE DECEMBER 15th APPLKS SWEET POTATOES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS LEMONS ORANGES GRAPES CELERY LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM CIGARETTES BY THE CARTON FRED J TH0MA THE JACK SPRAT STORE Mr. and Mrs. John D, Brucekner were Sunday callers in Cnlmnr and Crcsco. Miss Anna Wcgner arrived from Minneapolis Tuesday for n visit to relatives and friends. A truckload of good potatoes Is expected here soon. Leave your orders at Meyer's Four-County Hatchery, Postville. l.yle Schrocder. recently discharged marine veteran, is helping out in his father's store during the holiday shopping season. We are offering special reduced prices on our entire stock of hats from now until Christmas. The Neilly Hut and Ready-to-Wcar Shop. Postville. WATCH FOR THE HUBBARD TRUCK ON WEDNESDAY. DEC. 19. SPECIAL PRICE ON MOTHER HUBBARD FLOUR. POSTVILLE FEED MILL. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waters of Des Moines spent the week end here on a visit to his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Bert Waters, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klcmp of Algona were here from Friday to Tuesday visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Baltz, and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Lynn Gordanier arrived here Saturday morning from Kalamazoo, Mich., for a visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. Christ Meier, and with other relatives and friends. Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Smith and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Price and daughter. Ida E. Smith and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith were in Manchester Sunday as guests of Ethelyn L. Smith. Eldo Schultz was here from' Edgewood from Thursday to Saturday, assisting his mother. Mrs. Joe Schultz, prepare for her auction which was held Friday afternoon. All goods sold well, since there was a large group of buyers present. Truman Overeen arrived home Saturday after a 40-day stay in Yuma, Arizona, and on Monday resumed his former position at the Falb Motor Co. Truman liked the climate in Arizona, but like everywhere, there are no living quarters available, so he returned here. Mrs. Anna Weihe and Hattie, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer F. Weihe, Charles Weihe. Mrs. Caroline Weihe and Clarence attended the funeral of their cousin. Fred Mattkys, 76, at the Baptist church at Elgin Friday afternoon. He passed away Tuesday at Postville hospital after being a patient there for a fe\v hours. k Orville Harnack. who is with the ffmgling Bros. & Barnum and Bailey's circus at Sarasota, Florida. Inst week sent his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack. and his brother and sister- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harnack, each a souvenier lamp made from large sea shells; "} Each family also received a large "shipment of Florida oranges and grapefruit for the holidays. rSarlan Welzel, who was recently discharged from the army, was a Herald caller Thursday. He is now employed by the Hoth Hay Mower Company where two shifts of workers are busy getting out hoists, mowers and shovels, and where a number of ex- servicemen are employed, i Harlan, while overseas, got into France, Germany, Belgium and a number of the other eastern European countries. An army recruiting team ore here at Memorial Hall every Tuesday n. m. Leslie Poesch and Boyd B. Turner were in Ccdaf Rapids on business on Saturday. • John Powers left Saturday for Twin Falls, Idaho, to Join his wife who Is visiting relatives there. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandt and Mrs. Floyd Hildcbrandt of Edgewood were Postville business visitors last Wednesday. V IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING, REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE, Mr. and Mrs. Shafer Cole and son, Harry Lee. of Decorah came Saturday and are visiting in the home of the former's parents. Dr. and Mrs. Harry D. Cole. Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt went to Lamont Sunday to get the latter's mother. Mrs. Karen Johimscn. who had been visiting there In the home of her son for several weeks. Mack Peterson and Dorothy Miller of the local REA office were in Waterloo Thursday to attend a work order conference of REA employees. They accompanied Kermit James who was enroute to Des Moines on business. , Mr. and Mrs. Parker Bollman arrived here Monday from Basin, Wyoming, for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. W, Green, and with other relatives and friends. It has been 14 years since the Bollmnns were here to visit in their old home town. LaMont Gerieke, Y 2 C, left last Thursday for Minneapolis where he has been assigned to the navy separation center's newspaper. He had been here on a thirty day leave which he spent in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gerieke. Mr.and Mrs. A. J. Palas and children and Robert Burling went to Des Moines today where the men will attend the annual school of instruction on income tax reports put on by the Iowa State Bar Assn. On Thursday the Palas family will attend the wedding of Mrs. Palas' twin brother. We have a letter from Mrs. Robert Bachtcll of Springfield, Mass., in which she states that Major Robert Bachtcll has been transferred from Columbia, South Carolina, to Westover Field, Mass. She says Bob has been granted a 30-day leave and -that they expect to be here soon to spend the holidays with relatives. Remitting for the Herald being sent to her father. D. C. Bloxhnm at Harpers Ferry. Mrs. Bernice Bloxham Peterson writes: "Our family is now living in Iowa Falls again and well satisfied to be here. California has its good points, but we find the struggle to live not as hard here. The weather is nice out there, but doesn't make up for everything else." Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson of Ossian were Postville business callers Saturday and while in the Herald office Henry informed us that he sold 47 of his choice purebred Poland China stock hogs through the Herald Want Ad he has been running. Demand was so great for Mr. Larson's hogs this fall, he had to sell one of his herd boars to satisfy all of his customers. He has built up a lucrative business over the many years in the Poland China breed and only recently acquired several new animals from one of the biggest and best known breeders in the country that cost htm several hundred dollars each. \m in it! 1 f FOR All 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 Mrs. Emma Thomn returned home last Wednesday from Sioux City where she hod been for severnl weeks visiting In the home of her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. J. J. Scholtcs, and family. Mr. nnd Mrs. Herman Schupbach and family were guests Sunday In the Mr. nnd Mrs. Wayne Gllson home near Clermont. The Gllsons recently moved onto the Gilbert Ostlle' place which had been operated by Oscar Nygaard. LATE WANT ADS! Wanted—A hired man for n f ew months. Inquire of Art Baltz R i Postville.—fic. ' ' ' For Sale—Five Hereford sprTi^gW heifers, bred to Hereford bull, \icr\n Qlsleson, R. 1, Lunnn, Iowa.— -7p. ^ For Sale—2-row Oliver corn picker at celling price. Also it purebred Hoi- stein bull. Harley Rndloff, Luana.~fl c Christmas GIFTS Decorated R Decorated TEA POTS * $|.S9 Assorted shapes and colors « in attractive china tea pots. 5 Delightful gifts, S COOKIE JAR i J |19 Bright colors — red, blue, green with white foral decorations. Flowtr $1.79 Beautiful crystal basket. Used either for flowers or as fruit bowl. Porcelain VASES $|95 lack Beautiful white porcelain vases with colorful hand painted floral decorations, 3 -Plcce DRESSER SET $4.79 Brush, mirror and comb set with clear crystal-like luclte handles. Sewing CABINET .**.9S A practical gift for mother. Nicely finished wood with p'?nty of room inside. Bathroom SCALES New model with wide roomy platform. Weighs up to "#!50 lbs. A gift the whole family can use. LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OuhOuht" HARDWARE See here what we have to offer.: Mixed Fruits for your Fruit Cakes Pitted Dates Frozen Pineapple >J Nuts and Mixed Nuts A Variety of Apples, Fresh Oranges, Lettuce, Celery and Cabbage Everything for your Holiday Baking on hand. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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