Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 19, 1945 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER l», ]M{ Postville Herald Wm. J. Kilnibpll. rubllshrr Entered at the Postoffice nt Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE $2.00 Per Year In Iowa Six Months. $1.50 Three Months, 75c Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—Local. 30 cents per inch; Foreign and Transient, 35c Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—le n Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL tDllOKiAl— WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 19. 1945 Milo Gericke was over at Waukon on business Monday forenoon. Rudolph Hartwig was up at St. Ansgar Sunday to visit in the home of his parents. 50<> DISCOUNT ON ALL WOOD TOYS WE STUX HAVE ON HAND. HOTII BROS. HARDWARE. Miss Neva Bertelson has accepted a position in the Postville Elevator and began working there the past week. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brown of Evanston, 111., came Saturday to spend the holidays with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. Hall Roberts expects to get home tomorrow from Hopkins, Minn., to spend the holidays with his parents. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Roberts. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Farmer visited last week with the George Krambeer family at Britt and at Charles City with the Lloyd Farmer family. John Barnes who is serving in the navy, came out from Great Lakes, 111., to spend the week end with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes, at Clermont. IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY December 20, 21 and 22 "THE CALL OF THE WILD" —with Clark Gable and Lorctta Young We don't know exactly why, but here is a re-issue that is booming the box offices of Iowa theaters. Decorah, West Union, Elkader, Waukon, all report a great business, not just a good business but GREAT BUSINESS. The picture has SOMETHING and that is why people are packing in to see it. SUNDAY, MONDAY December 23 and 24 "WEEK END IN HAVANA" —with Alice Faye, John Payne, Ceaser Romero and Carman Miranda all in this gorgeous Technicolor Musical Film Some few years ago the film played at the Iris during a raging blizzard. Our box office records show that it played to one of the smallest crowds in the history of the Iris, so like "My Gal Sal" we are bringing it back again. Very few, if any, present day musicals are in the same class. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY December 25 and 26 "GEORGE WHITE'S SCANDALS" —with Joan Davis, Jack Haley and the Goldwyn Girls Comedy until your sides ache : and music that you will be sing- | ing before the day is over. And look who is here—Ethel S^nith and her simply great organ music - - remember her "TICO TICO?" Also Gene Krupps and his famous band. Matinee Christmas Day at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Leo Sebastian went to Hnrm- ony, Minn.. Tuesday. Miss Bernice Stromsodt visited over the week end in Calmar with her sister, Mrs. Agnes Mott. The Milwaukee road shipped 63 decks of livestock out o.f_ the local yards during the past week. 1 John Armstrong of Lansing came last week for a visit to Castalia and Postville relatives and friends. A daughter, weighing eight pounds, was born to Mr. and Mrs. Oscar Hangartner at Postville hospital Friday. Mrs. Carrie Kelleher went to Iowa City Friday to spend the week end in the Mr. and Mrs. Charles Collins home. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF BEAUTIFUL TABLE, BOUDOIR AND PIN-UP LAMPS. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Kermit James and Horace Clark went to Chippewa Falls. Wis., last week end to attend a meeting of the Dairyland Power Cooperative. Robert Myers started working Monday for Oscar Mayer & Co., in the office of E. J. Handy where he expects to learn the livestock business. Mrs. William Fischer returned to her home in Janesville, Wis., last Thursday following a two weeks visit to relatives and friends here and at Castalia. A program and lunch will be held at the Evergreen school house. Post township, on Thursday evening, Dec. 20, beginning at 8:15 o'clock. Janice Brainard, teacher. Robert Burling occupied the pulpit at the Community church Sunday since the Rev. Calvin Willemssen of Lansing who was to have come here was unable to fill the engagement. THE BAKKUM CHIROPRACTIC CLINIC AT WAUKON WILL BE OPEN ON EVERY WEEK DAY BEGINNING JANUARY 2, 1946. R. C. BAKKUM. D. C. CLINIC DIRECTOR. A letter from Mr. and Mrs. Earl Krousie in New York City includes the following interesting note: "The weather here in New York is very chilly and the whole city is busily preparing for Christmas.'" Mr. and Mrs. Richard Gulsvig came up from Waterloo Saturday to spend the week end here with his parents. Richard, who a few years ago was manager of the Goodrich produce house in Postville, was discharged from the army recently after serving in Europe for some time. Major and Mrs. George Leverton left yesterday for Boone for a week's visit to the parents of the former. They had been here a week as guests in the home of Mrs. Leverton's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz, having come here from Albany, Ga., a week'ago Monday. After their visit at Boone, they will return to Georgia where the major is now stationed. •*-* • vf * Jack Sprat Grapefruit Juice, 4G ounce can. for 33c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 53c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for 18c Jack Sprat Prunes, Pitted, lb 28c Jack Sprat Peas, Size 1 Sieve, per can 24c Jack Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Milk, tall can 10c Jack Sprat Whole Corn, Golden, per can lie Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, lb. bag 31c Borden's Chocolate Malted Milk, per jar 32c Morgan's Apple Juice, pt. bottle.14c Mott's Apple Cider, u gal 60c Mince Meat, 9 ounce pkg 17c Pitted Dates, per pound 4Go Bulk Rice, Fancy, per pound 10c Fruit Mix, 10 oz. pkg 30c Currants, 8 oz. pkg 20c Dwarfies Wheat Mix, Breakfast Food, iy { lb. pkg 25c Nut Meats, in pkgs 10c - 25c - 50c Diamond Brand No. 1 size English Walnuts, pound 45c Filberts, per pound 55c Almonds, per pound 59c Pecans, per pound 50c Mixed Nuts, per pound 54o Roasted Peanuts, per pound 28c Jap Ilullcss Popping Corn, lb 15c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28c APPLES SWEET POTATOES CAMPBELL'S SOUPS IDAHO POTATOES CABBAGE KRAUT RUTABAGAS LEMONS ORANGES GRAPES CELERY LETTUCE GRAPEFRUIT SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL PINEAPPLE SHERBET FRESH OYSTERS CIGARETTES BY THE CARTON FRED J. TH0MA Mr. and Mrs. H. W. Handy of Fayette were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Hondy. Vcrn Sires of LnPorte City was n guest Thursday and Friday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Riser. WE ARE NOW TAKING ORDERS FOR CERTIFIED TAMA AND VIC- LAND OATS. THE FARMERS STORE, POSTVILLE. Miss Virginia Oldag. student nurse in Finley hospital, Dubuque, spent the week end here with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oldag. Lloyd Luhman is playing with the Eddie OUivcr orchestra in Memphis, Tenn., according to word received here by his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Luhman. Lt. Ivan Blackmer, who was the athletic coach in the Postville schools a few years before the war. was given his discharge from the navy last ThursciKiy. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Monroe have received word that their son, Curtis, arrived in Seattle, Wash., from the Alaskan zone of operations and expects to be home today. Elmer Genz of the Hoth Bros, hardware store went to Bloomington. 111., Sunday for a week's school of instruction on Williams Oilomatic burners and furnace installations. NOTICE To My Customers—Because of other business commitments I find myself unable to handle the preparation of income tax returns hereafter. Boyd B. Turner, Insurance, Postville. Mrs. Celia Stadmiller of near Luana loft last Friday for Saginaw, Mich., where she expects to spend the winter in the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. N. W. Johnson. Carl Sander went to Rochester, Minn., Friday and brought his wife and daughter. Helen home, Mrs. Sander having recovered sufficiently from an operation to permit being moved to her home here. Alvin C. Monroe, who with his wife is living with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. John Sebastian, until they can find a home in Ossian, is now employed in a garage in Ossian and commutes daily to and from his work. /The fire department was called to tfiiThome of Art Ricker Tuesday afternoon where a small blaze had started in the basement. In attempting to thaw out'frozen water pipes, rags used for this purpose ignited. No damage is reported. ' Dr. and Mrs, F. W. Kiesau arrived home Saturday from their visit in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowlin and family. Dr. Kiesau also visited his farms at Mason City and in Minnesota while away. Next month Dr. and Mrs. Kiesau expect to go to Florida to spend the^winter. {Harry Tyler, a recently discharged veteran of the Pacific theater, is the new barber at the George C. Sebastian shop since Monday. His wife, the former Ileta Schroeder, and son have been making their home in Postville while he was in service. Mr. Tyler was engaged in barbering with his father and brother in Alta Vista before the warT\ NOTICE - - FARMERS! Owing to the holidays we cannot accept your calves on Christmas or New Year's Day. Instead, we will take them in on December 26 and January 2. C. F. Meier & Company, Postville. Mrs. George J. Schroeder had the misfortune to fall at her home last Wednesday and to fracture her armj IF YOU HAVE CLEANING—X$D PRESSING, REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Helmuth Mueller, 54. of near Luana. passed away suddenly Monday night. He was employed on the William Landt farm. Martin Hilmer and Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones are leaving Denver, Colo., today and will come to the home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hilmer and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones, to spend the holidays. We have a greeting card from the Chrysler Airtemp Corporation of Dayton. Ohio, and note that Earl W. Haefner. former Postville resident, is now manager of the parts and service department of that concern. Mr. and Mrs. T. L. Newman and Mr. and Mrs. Ira Coates of Juda, Wis., spent the week end here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil. The first named couple are the parents of Mrs. Klingbeil and Mrs. Coates is her sister. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson and Mr. and Mrs. Geo. Kohlmann and daughter. Elizabeth, were dinner guests Sunday in the Henry Larson home near Ossian. In the evening Mr. and Mrs. Linus Bonfig of Ossian were also guests in the Larson home. Miss Dorothy Miller went to Des Moines Thursday to attend a two-day instruction school for REA bookkeepers. Over the week end she visited her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Monthei, and daughter in Jefferson and returned here Monday night. Lt. and Mrs. Leo Sebastian spent the week end at Harmony, Minn., with the hitter's relatives. On Monday night Leo went to Great Lakes. 111., to get his discharge from the Marine Corps in which he has been serving in the Pac.itlc area for the past several years,..' '/Sliss Dolores McNally. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McNally. had a nice promotion come to her as a Christmas present when the TVA for whom she has been working at Kansas City. Mo., sent her to their Burbank, Calif., office. She left for her new- position Saturday. _ Mr. and Mrs. "Charles Anderson were up from Waterloo to spend the week end in the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. George C. Sebastian. Mr. Anderson was recently discharged from the army where he served with an airborne unit in Europe and is now back at his former position with a Waterloo concern. Sonume uou know will Oz .kttkt... . * — At Our Store with one 0/ thue fine 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 Silvex'ware Pyrex Ware Cookie Jars Water Sets Floor Wax Dust Mops Furniture Polish Clothes priers Food Choppers Ironing Boards Step Ladders Roaster Brooms Cold Pack Sets Desk Lamps Found—Someone down In Clnyton county lost n brand new unused nuto license plate, No. 22-984, that's good for 1940. You may get It at the Herald office. GIVE A PICTURE FOR CHRISTMAS! WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT SELECTION — FLORALS,.. SCENES AND RELIGIOUS. OUR OWN HARDWARE. First Sergeant Edwin Hilmer of the Marines arrived here Sunday night from Boston, Mass., for a visit over the holidays in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Albert Hilmer. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Hubbell and family arc expected here Friday from Wauwntosn, Wis., for the holidays in the home of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Handy. "They're the hundering herd, wo coll them, but we're always glad to see them come," Earl told us yesterday, This morning's passenger train, westbound No. 3. arrived tlve hours late, at ten o'clock. Agent Scarls informs us the delay was caused in the Chicago yards where insufficient coaches and cars prevented the train leaving on schedule. All available cars are being used at present to bring servicemen home from coastal points, so none of us should fuss about late transportation or mail. SEE HERE—MEN ! I now have an expert barber with me in the person of Harry Tyler and solicit your business. No waiting with two chairs now at your service. . . . Open through meal hours. Come in and lot us serve you. George C. Sebastian, Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and sons, Eddie and Dnvid, and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Moreh were up at Ossian Tuesday as supper guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson. BEGINNING WEDNESDAY. JANUARY 2, 1 WILL BE IN MY OFFICE AT POSTVILLE ON MONDAYS, WEDNESDAYS AND SATURDAYS OF EACH WEEK. WILLIAM C. RAK- KUM, D. C—8c. Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack Peterson and family were nt Elgin Sunday to attend a "welcome home" for Russell Kohler,. Cook First Class, who was discharged from the navy last week. He is the son of Mrs. Ethel Kohlor of Elgin and n brother of Mrs. Petersoa Hoth Bros. Hardware Christmas Shopping Headquarters For All v ^UJ ?GeSTI ON s When you're planning your Christmas dinner menus, remember we are carrying a complete line of items that will make the meal complete. Bring your market list here for these special money-saving items and anything else that you will need: Standby Whole Kernel Corn, 2 No. 2 cans—31c Standby Vegetable Cocktail, 46 oz. can 35c Garden Peas, 3 No. 2 cans for 35c Garden Cut Green Beans, 2 No. 2 cans 27c Standby Milk, 3 tall cans for 25c Grapefruit Juice, 46 ounce can for ,_29c California Figs, 6 oz. pkg. for 33c Fruit Jumbo Cookies, 2 lbs. for 61c Mixed Nuts, 2 pounds for 98c Dates, for all purposes, per pound 39c Sno Sheen Cake Flour, package 23c Mince Meat, 28 ounce jar for only 43c Fresh Roasted Peanuts, 2 pounds for 55c * In the Fruits and Vegetables line we have Tomatoes, Oranges, Tangerines, Radishes, Celery, Idaho Russet Potatoes, Yams and others. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa WE ARE NOW SELLING ALL CUTS OF Fresh Meats FEDERALLY GRADED AND INSPECTED We wish to announce that we are handling all kinds of fresh meats over the block, excepting mutton and veal. We are also offering Smoked Meats, Sausages, Luncheon Meats, Etc., and invite your patronage. — • — HOME BUTCHERERS PLEASE NOTE ... Before you bring in your home-killed meat to our locker plant, please notify us so we will be prepared to receive it. Otherwise we may have to send it back home with you. I THANK YOU! Postville Locker Service MILO GERICKE, Prop. w H.

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