Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 9, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOVK. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 0, im, Postville Herald Wm. J. Klingbell, 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 $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—lc a Word (25c Minimum) Card of Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL $Di TOftl/U "^.ASSOCIATION W WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 9, 1W6. Miss Gertrude Ball of near Luana started working at the Brueckner drug store Monday. George P. Hartley left yesterday for Chicago with a shipment of livestock he will take to market. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoth and John were guests Sunday in the home of Mrs. Helen Kcevenig at Decorah. Miss Joan Schutte of Castalia spent the past week here in the home of her grandparents, Mr. and Mrs. William Willman. Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Masonhall and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brainard and daughter were at Elgin Sunday as guests in the home of the ladies' parents. Mr. ;nd Mrs. Christ Wengcr. ! IRIS Theatre I Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY ; and SATURDAY January 10, 11 and 12 Georffe Raft. Claire Trevor and Signe Hasso in— "JOHNNIE ANGEL" Jam packed with action, suspense, mystery and everything that makes a good film. Raft has a story here that fits him like a glove and he does a great job with the part. To tell you the story would spoil the show for you. Just be sure to see it and you will see why we could not tell you about it. ALSO "TROPICAL SPORTLAND" "RHYTHM RUMBA" and "NEWS OF THE WORLD." SUNDAY, MONDAY and TUESDAY January 13, 14 and 15 "THRILL OF A ROMANCE" —with Esther Williams, Van Johnson, Tommy Dorsey and his Great Band Filmed Entirely In Technicolor! Many months ago, last summer in fact, Metro - Goldwyn Mayer released "Bathing Beauty" for the moving picture-going public. It proved itself to be one of the most successful movies that was released the whole year. Business every where was tremendous and people liked the show. And now, Esther Williams' second film is "wowing" them. How could it miss with Van Johnson in it? The film has everything—beautiful music and gorgeous Miss Williams. Don't fail to see it on one of these three nights. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. WEDNESDAY ONLY January 15 "SWINGING ON A RAINBOW" A nifty little musical. — ALSO -~ "BANDITS OF THE BADLANDS" —with Sunset arson Wednesday Night i» CASH NIGHT! Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Owen spent New Year 's day in the Mrs. Alice Frnnck home at Mononn. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Huff and sons of Waterloo were New Years Day guests at the Everett Cook home. Floyd Sires of Cedar Falls was a week end guest here in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Riser. Mr. and Mrs. C. E. Waters of Dcs Moines were guests over the week end in the home of Mrs. John Waters. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell and daughter. Lois, and Miss Geneva Wtlke were Sunday visitors in La Crosse, Wis. Carol Lee Meyer visited a few days last week in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Verm Brandt, at Clermont. Mrs. Joe Wirsching and son, Wayne, who are here visiting relatives and friends, will leave for their home in Reno. Nevada, next Monday. Mr. and Mrs. Paul Bowlin and son. Paul, of Dcs Moines were guests over the holidays in the home of her parents. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kicsau. Mrs. Nate Almquist came Monday from Minneapolis, Minn., and is visiting in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson. The ladies are cousins. Betty Hoffman of Waukon, Irene Smith of Fayette and La von and Lola Ewing of Forest Mills spent New- Year's with Mr. and Mrs. Fred Segrist. Mr. and Mrs. L. A. Hammcl are now occupying the Kenneth Sanders home, having moved there the fore part of the week from the Mrs. S. C. Baily apartments. John Falb. Jr., of the Falb Motor & Implement Co. accompanied by his father and brother. Walter, of Elgin went to Minneapolis, Minn., Monday on business. Miss Maxtne Hulbert of Rockford. 111., is the new clerk at the Thoma Cafe since Monday. She is a niece of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Hulbert of Clermont, former Postville residents. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. Mr. and Mrs. George Schulta last week moved from the farm they have been tenanting near Frankville to the Mrs. Joe Schultz home in this city, which they recently purchased. Cecil Livingood, who had been a patient in the Rochester, Minn., hospital for several days last week, returned home Sunday. He will return to Rochester for a checkup next week. The Misses Darlene Douglass, Thelma Mork and Cressa Luhman left Sunday to return to their studies at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City after spending the holidays here with home folks. Mr. and Mrs. Irey Rose have been informed that their son, Lavern, is now in Montana, after serving for four years in the Pacific area. Their other son, Charles, is now home, having been discharged after serving in Europe. Just to remind you that "Thrill of a Romance," with Van Johnson, Esther Williams and Tommy Dorsey and his gTeat band, Aimed in technicolor, is to be at The Iris Theatre three nights, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, January 13, 14, 15. Frank Jarms, 63, father of Glenn Jarmes, Postville's new grocer, passed away at Postville Hospital last Satur- 1 day shortly after he had been brought here from his home in Monona. He had been ill only a few days. Funeral services were held at Monona Tuesday Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound bag for 18c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 5 pound bag for 37c Jack Sprat Bran Flakes, 15 ounce package for. 12c Jack Sprat Floor Wax, quart bottle for 59c Jack Sprat Orange-Pekoe Tea, 8 ounce package 49c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Spaghetti or Macaroni, 4 pkgs, for 25c Jack Sprat Flour, Enriched, 50 pound bag for $2.49 Jack Sprat Whole Prunes, No. V/i siie can ..25c ..27c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag.. Chocolate Cream OoiTee, 1 pound jar for 35o Hills Bros. Coffee, Drip Grind, 1 pound jar for 35c Dwarfies Wheat Mix, 1% lb. package for 25o Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 27c Jack Sprat Milk, Enriched, 3 tall cans for 29c Rice, Fancy Bulk, 2 lbs. 19c Roasted Peanuts, lb 28c Kellogg's New Variety, pkg 27c Hominy, large can for 16c FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. THOMA THE JACK SPRAT STORE Mr. nnd Mrs. Enos Muchow have rented the C. F. Meier farm nnd will move onto it on March 1. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING. REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Lost—Small Toy Collie, wearing tan harness and black collar: font, is yellow and white; height about ten inches. David Milton Kicsau.—lOp. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tyler and son Jimmie, of Alta Vista were guests New Years day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son. Warren. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Luhman and daughter Valerie, were at Kidgeway Sunday to visit in the home of Mrs. Luhman 's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Olo Sanderson. Mr. and Mrs. Vance Cnndee came up from Anamosa Sunday and on Monday took the former's mother. Mrs. A. M. Cnndee. to their home where she will spend the winter months. Mrs. Theodore Anderson received word Friday that her mother. Mrs. Jeglum, 71. of Waterville, had passed away suddenly at Waukon that day. The funeral was held Tuesday. L. A. Hnmmel took the Kenneth Sanders household goods by truck to Tryon, N. C„ their new home, leaving here Friday afternoon. Leslie Lawson accompanied him on the long trip. Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Flack were Sunday Visitors in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs, Vern Flack, near Ion. Marvin's brother. Wayne, was home after being discharged from the army. Esther Nesset of Clermont spent Tuesday and Wednesday at the Mr. nnd Mrs. Ben Eriekson home in Grand Meadow township. And Bernice Blockhus of Elgin spent the week end in the Eriekson home. Just to remind you that "Thrill of a Romance," with Van Johnson, Esther Williams and Tommy Dorsey and his great band, filmed in technicolor. Is to be at The Iris Theatre three nights, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, January 13, 14, 15. Mary Hope Humphrey left last week for Ann Arbor, Mich., to resume her studies at Michigan University where she expects to get her Master of Arts degree at the end of this semester. She hns been offered a leaching po sition at that university upon gradu at ion and may accept it. R. M. Hecker was in Chicago last week to attend a pre-showing of the new Dodge automobile which is ex pected to be released to the public as soon as production gets into full swing. Bob says the Dodge people have a wonderful car, with many innovations over the pre-war models. In remitting for the Herald. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Hoffman of Garnavillo writes, "We certainly enjoy the Herald and can hardly wait for its arrival each week. We usually get it here on Thursday evening. We especially en joyed the news of the service people throughout the war." Dr. and Mrs. Robert Schneider just (before Christmas moved into the build ing erected for an office building on the lot they purchased last year between the Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Koevenig homes on east Williams street. They will live there temporarily until another home can be located. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Sanders of this city are accepting congratulations on having become grandparents. A daughter, Gail Adelia, was born to their son-in-law and daughter, Mr and Mrs. John Overhuls, at Atlanta, Georgia, on December 28, and word from there is to the effect that mother and child are doing well. Mrs. William Kozelka and her son- in-law, Donald Willard, were at Madison, Wis., Sunday to visit Mrs. Willard who is a patient in a sanitarium near that city. They report Mrs. Willard making good recovery from her illness which dates back to last summer when she became indis posed while a resident in San Fran Cisco, Calif. Ensign Donald Steele, son of the late Dan Steele, came up from Cedar Rapids last week for a few days visit with his uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Steele. Donald has been given his discharge from the service after being stationed in Iceland for over three years. He expected to return here soon for a longer visit among relatives and friends. „ Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and daugtv ter, Sharon Rae, were up at Austin, Minn., to spend New Year's with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Sbhara and family. They were accompanied home by Ray's brother. Jack, Who visited here until Sunday. Charles Schara, who was recently discharged from the army, is now employed at Hormel's where his brother, Kenneth hns been working for several years. Ivan Blackmer, who was recently discharged from the navy, came Friday for a visit among Postville friends. Mr. Blackmer has accepted a position with an investment company in Dubuque and expects to assume his duties next month. He formerly was the athletic coach in Postville schools and later held a like position at Waukon Hisiwife and family lived with Mrs. Blackmer 's mother in Holstein during the time her husband was in service. Sgt. Theodora Musgrove and daughter, Carole, left Tuesday for their home in Ottumwa after spending a few days in the home of her sister and brother-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green, and family. On Sunday Sgt. Musgrove and Mr. Green drove to New Hampton to bring Mrs. Green home from St. Joseph's hospital where she had been a patient since Thursday. Sgt. Musgrove will leave Ottumwa this week for El Paso, Texas, where she is a medical technician at the veterans' hospital. Mrs. George Bursell was n guest of her sister, Mrs. Alonzo Adney, in West Union Inst week. Mr. nnd Mrs. A. C. Meyer nnd Jnnc Ann were visitors Sunday in the William and Clarence Buckmnn home at Farmersburg. Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts and family took Hall back to his school at Hopkins, Minn,, Friday and after a brief visit in the Twin Cities returned home Saturday. Dick Folsom returned here Thursday from Decorah where ho had spent two weeks in the home of his son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Jageison. and family. Lyle Schrocder is back home from his visit over Now Years with his brothers and their wives, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley Schrocder nnd Mr. and Mrs. Duane Schrocder, in Chicago, 111. 11. H. Douglass took his daughter. Ann, to Mason City Sunday from where she left by train for Denton, Texas, to resume her college studies after having spent the holidays here with her parents. Major and Mrs. Robert Bachtell, who had been visiting relatives and friends hero and at Monona over the holidays, left last week for Westover Field, Mass.. where the major is now stationed with the army air forces George Schultz was up from Cedar Rapids to spend the week end among locnl relatives nnd friends. Hugh Shepherd and Mrs. Annie Kerr were admitted to Postville hospital this week for treatment and care. Miss Esther Oehring, who spent the holidays here with relatives, left on Thursday for Terra Haute, Ind., where she is a teacher in the public schools. Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Hilts and family of Harvey, 111., and Mr. and Mrs. Chester Collins of Flint. Mich., were guests at the Everett Cook home on Monday of lasl week. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kecslnr went to Chicago last week for a visit to relatives and friends. Mrs. Kecslnr returned home Monday night while her husband remains in the Windy City, W. L. Bruce nnd Ted Anderson returned homo Thursday from a business trip to Worthingion, Minn. They were accompanied hero by Ted's mother, Mrs. Ida Anderson, who is visiting in his home here. Warner M. Harris returned home on Wednesday from Cedar Rapids where he had spent the holidays with his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. nnd Mrs. Lloyd Harris, nnd in the Mr. and Mrs. Earl Chamberlain home. Just to remind you that "Thrill of a Romance," with Van Johnson, Esther I iiuiiHiiiii-, nun fun juiiiutuii, cailirr Just to remind you that "Thrill of a | Williams and Tommy Dorscv and his Romance," with Van Johnson, Esther | great band, filmed In technicolor, is to • m __,.,(. _ . ^ . Williams and Tommy Dorsey and his great band, filmed In technicolor, is to be at The Iris Theatre three nights, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, January is! 14. 15. Only 41 decks of livestock went out of here to market over the Milwaukee railroad since the first of the year. Dealers are hesitating to buy because of the impending strike in the packing house industry, and this has held shipments down. Earl Abernethy was nt Waukon Monday to attend the annual meeting of AL lamakcc county assessors, which would indicate that "Abey" will soon be making his annual appraising calls on Postville residents. Only personal property and moneys and credits arc to be appraised this year. j£_Gjene Medberry of Postville was among the football players nt Luther College who were awarded letters in a short ceremony before the student body at Decorah this week.\Gene was a bulwark on defense oil the team last fall nnd on several occasions helped his team to victory. Fred Smith of Sioux City started work Monday for Oscar Mayer & Company's local office. He is a married man nnd will move his family here if and when a honie can be obtained. Louis Kamp who has been employed in the local office is now dividing his time between the Mayer & Company's Prairie du Chien office and the Postville office. Mr. and Mrs. William Sebastian are residents of Postville since Monday when they moved from their Hardin farm to the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer home which they will occupy until the Meyers return here from their California vacation trip. They and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zicman left early Monday for the west coast, going by way of the Texas Panhandle and the Carlsbad Caverns which they will visit enroute. Mrs. R. W. Inman, (the former Arlene Cox) accompanied by her aunt, Mrs. Fremont Clark of Wadena, were visiting Postville friends Monday. Mrs. Inman is making her home in Rochester, Minn., while her husband is serving with the American occupation forces in Berlin, Germany. She and her mother have been visiting in the home of the latter's father, G. T. Clark, at Wadena over the holidays. be at The Iris Theatre three nights. Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. January 13, 14, 15. Mrs. Laura Angell, who has been making her home with Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis the past several years, went to Waukon last week where she will make her home with Mrs. Vesta Carlson who also took care of Mrs. Angcll's sister. Mary McDaneld. until hor passing on. Mrs. Aiigell's address is 703 Worcester Street, c/o Vesta Carlson, Waukon, Iowa. Just to remind you that "Thrill 0 f» Romance," with Van Johnson, Esthtr Williams and Tommy Dorsey and hit great band, filmed In technicolor, Is to be at The Iris Theatre three itlnhls, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, Jam,.' ary 13, 14, 15. R. Keith Brooks of Des Moines was a guest in the home of his brother-tn. lnw nnd sister, Mr. nnd Mrs. Rny R, Douglass, over New Year's, When he returned home, he wns accompanied by his father, W. W. Brooks, who will visit in the Brooks homo for awhile. Werner P. Roelike nnd Eldml £, Winter of EIrosa, Minn., visited sever. nl days here nt the home of<the latter's parents, Mr. nnd Mrs. Al Winter. Tho former is n brother of Mrs. Winter and was recently discharged from the army after four uttd one-half years of service. Dr. Milton F. Kiesnu Inst week pur. chased the former August Dnhl resi- deuce property from Alfred C. Meyer, the consideration being reported at •$4.C00. Mr. Meyer retains ownership of the land other than the lot on which the house Is located. J. T. j|S| Humphrey made the deal. yjm Keith Overbeck of Elknder was call. ra. f | ing on his numerous Postville friends ivf Monday. He Is out of the army after s£| having served for four years, the past pu£ several years in the 1 European area Keith was among the more fortunate ffljjfr boys who while overseas saw ,inj number of boys he knew from thii Swjjp section of the state. He has no definite * j$ plans as yet for the future. \ Miss Constance Smeby, vocal music fvt $J| instructor, is to be congratulated for LM her courage in putting on two musical 'v *g events, one the operetta, "The Forest ^: 5; Prince," and a Christmas cantata, on '•«?<: successive nights, and having a l,ir« • $. : turnout despite the illness and bad ,*<'>.', roads which were so prevalent. She ; v certainly deserves one dozen ro^o for ' her efforts.—School Reporter. S3! Thank You — * — Having disposed of my grocery store to Mr. Glenn J. Jarmes of Monona, I wish to take this means of expressing my thanks to my friends and customers for their good will and patronage, and to bespeak for my successor a continuance of your loyalty. I value very highly the friendships developed through the many years this store has served Postville and community, and feel a worthy successor takes over to continue to serve you equally as well in the future. Irene Meier I take pleasure in announcing the acquisition by purchase of the MEIER GROCERY STORE in Postville and cordially invite you to call when you are down town to get acquainted. In becoming associated with the business life of this community, I wish to assure you that the same high standards set by Miss Meier in the conduct of this business and the high grade merchandise she handled will be maintained by me along with new lines that may be added from time to time. In doing this, may I have your continued good will and patronage as it has been accorded this store throughout the past 39 years of its existence. GLENN J. JARMES

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