Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 16, 1946 · Page 4
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PAGE FOUR. Postville Herald Wnt. J. Klingbeil, Publisher Entered at the PostofTice 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—Loco!, 30 cents per inch; Foreign and Transient, 35c Locals and Readers 10c per line Want Ads—1c a Word (25c Minimum) Card ot Thanks 75c Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. NATIONAL €DITORIAL_ " ' SSOCIATIOIM WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 16, 1M6. Mrs. John L. Gregg and son, James, went to Waterloo Monday. Mr. and Mrs. William Duvell of Waukon were guests Sunday in the home ot Miss Olive Grinder. The Misses Leila Schmidt and Cecelia Houdek were at La Crosse, Wis., Monday to attend a beauty trades show. Mr. and Mrs. James Foran were at Garnavillo Sunday to visit in the home ot their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Breitsprecher. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Miller and daughter and grandson of Waukon were guests Sunday in the home of the former's daughter, Miss Dorothy Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell and Lois, accompanied by Miss LaVon Casten, were at Guttenberg Sunday where they visited in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Joe Tindell. IRIS Theatre Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY January 17, 18 and 19 "THE HOUSE ON 92nd ST." Here is an actual and authentic story of the F. B. I. in action—a story that could not be told until the war was over. It's packed with more thrills and more action than any film you can name. In the cast are William Wythe, Lloyd Nolan and Sig-na Hasso. It is only part of the great work the F. B. I. did in breaking up countless sabotage groups. Work that saved hundreds of lives and millions of dollars worth of material and equipment. The film has really been "clicking." BE SURE TO SEE IT! SUNDAY, MONDAY January 20 and 21 "MILDRED PIERCE" —Who was she? — What did she do? — She was the kind of a woman most men wanted but shouldn't have. Joan Crawford, playing the role of Mildred Pierce is terrific. Supported by Jack Carson. Playing the mother role, she gives one of the finest screen portrayals of her entire career. The story is easily one of the season's most dramatic and is full of pathos and heart- appeal. Please do not disclose the surprise ending. To do so will spoil the film for others. 8UNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY AND WEDNESDAY January 22 and 23 Roy Rogers and Trigger in— "SUNSET ON THE ELDORADO" None have been better. ALSO "THE FALCON IN FRISCO" These Falcon films are really good. Tuesday & Wednesday — ARE — CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. John Brueckncr were at Cresco Sunday to visit friends. For Sale—Baled clover hny.. Wlllard Schrocder. three miles west of Postville.— 12p. Loroncc Emmctt Rcinhnrdt, Lyle Kurdcimeicr and Earl Medborry spent Sunday with friends in Waterloo. IF YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING, REMEMBER TO BRING IT TO GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Adrian Gamble, traveling field man for the Iowa Farm Bureau Federation, was here from New Hampton Inst Friday on business. Mr. ard Mrs. Luvcr C. Schultz were at Castalia Sunday where they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Schultz along with other relatives. Dr. and Mrs. F. W. Kiesau left Saturday for Chicago and expected to leave the following day for Orlando, Florida, where they will spend the remainder of the winter. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hima and family, Curtis Abernethy and Miss Jean Fitzgerald went to Decorah Sunday for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Mike Walsh and family. Mrs. Kate Kerr Benson arrived here Saturday from her home in La Moille, being called by the illness of her mother, Mrs. Annie Kerr, who is a patient in the Postville .hospital. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten took their daughter, Marian, to her college work at Mt. Vernon Sunday afternoon following her visit here to attend her parents" silver wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William C. Tyler and Mrs. Gertrude Lukritr and son, Charles, were here from Alta Vista Sunday as guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Tyler and son. Charles Lukritz returned only last week from serving overseas. Dan McNeil and Jack McNeil returned home last Wednesday night from Louisville, Ky.. accompanied by the former's wife, who had spent the holidays there with her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil are now making their home in Waukon where he has employment. TWR POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. New Local Firm Adopts New Advertising Plan The new firm of Luhman & Huebncr which succeeded Luhmtm & Sanders on January 1, has adopted n new advertising program, the second in the new series of advertisements appearing on page five of today's Herald. Whereas the old firm featured grocery specials entirely week after week, the new owners will, for the lime being, carry announcements of new mer- handise as this is received in their dry goods and ready-to-wear departments. When market conditions become more normal, and from time to time the firm will carry grocery specials. In the meantime, watch Luhman & Huebner's week-by-week offerings—it could be. before long, even nylons will be ottered, and no woman will want to miss that announcement Mr. and Mrs. James A. to Rochester, Minn., last Mrs. Gregg submitted to Mr. and Mrs. James Lanark, 111., were here last week on a visit in his mother, Mrs. Harvey with other relatives and Gregg went week where an operation. French of several days the home of French, and friends. Joe Tindell. 85, father of Glen Tindell of this city, passed away last Tuesday at his home in Guttenberg and funeral services were held on Friday afternoon, with the following from here attending: Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell and daughter, Lois, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Flack and Mrs. Clarence Tindell. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Brandt were here from Edgewood Thursday on business and informed us that their son, John, who is serving aboard the U. S. S. Montrose in the Pacific area, is leaving San Francisco today to go after another load of soldiers who are to be brought home from Japan and other western stations. Weekend Specials Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 ounce can for 54c Orange Juice, 46 ounce can for. 57c Jack Sprat Sweet Potatoes, per can 23c JacK Sprat Enriched Flour, 50 pound bag lor $2.49 Jack Sprat Oats, quick cooking, 3 lb. pkg 27c Jack Sprat Bran Flakes, 15 ounce package lor 12c Jack Sprat Whole Prunes, No. i'A size can for 25c Jack Sprat Macaroni, 4 big 7 ounce pkgs. for 25c Jack Sprat Diced Beets, large size can for 18c Majorette Coffee, 1 lb. bag 27c Chocolate Cream Coffee, 1 pound bag for 32c Seedless Raisins, 2 lb. pkg 28o Mayflower Green or Wax Beans, per can 15o Ilershey Cocoa, 8 oz. pkg 15c Mayflower Spinach, can 15c Diamond Matches, 6 boxes 29c Ohio Matches, Blue Tip, 6 boxes for 35o Ry Krisp, 12 oz. pkg, 25c Comb Honey, per package 34c New Orleans Molasses, No. 5 size jar for 39o CAMPBELL'S SOUPS FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM FRESH OYSTERS FRED J. THOMA The JACK SPRAT Store Hev. Frederick R. Ludwig and Merlin Schroeder went to Iowa City this morning on business. H. C. Luhman and R. C. Huebncr left this morning for Chicago where they will attend Market Week. A son, weighing nine pounds, was born to Pvt. and Mrs. Harold Patrick of Elgin at Postville hospital Sunday. Dale Brainard went to Iowa City today to visit his wife, who has been a patient in the University hospital the past ten days. Mrs. Wm. J. Klingbeii went to Iowa City Monday to visit in the home of Mr. Rtid Mrs. William H. Seller and son, William. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy were called to Fayette Sunday by the illness of the former's mother, Mrs. Frank Handy, who is 85 years old. Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Hein of Cedar Rapids and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hein of Cedar Falls came over the week end for a visit among local relatives. Louis L. Hill left last Friday for Indianapolis. Ind., to attend the regular meeting of the board of directors of the National Retail Hardware Dealers Association. The Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig. pastor of St. Paul's Lutheran church, spoke at the Luther League program at Waukon Sunday evening. His topic was, "Why Life Cracks Up." Miss Glcnna Jnrmes. daughter of Postville's new grocer, Glenn Jarmes, was returned to her home in Monona Sunday after being a patient in Postville hospital since last Wednesday Lyle Schroeder and Jack Sanders went to Iowa City Monday where the two men expect to enroll at the State University of Iowa for the second semester under the G. I. Bill of Rights provisions. James A. Gregg returned home Sunday from Rochester. Minn., where he had been staying since his wife sub mitted to an operation last Tuesday He reports her getting along as well as can be expected. Col. and Mrs. Charles D. Sonnknlb left Monday for New York where he will report January 28 for reassign ment. Enroute they will visit in Chicago, 111., Battle Creek, Mich., Toranto, Canada, and Washington, D. C. • Alvin Erickson left Tuesday for Minneapolis. Minn., where he expects to get a position as a draftsman, a trade he became proficient in while serving in the army. ) He is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson of Grand Meadow township. Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gunderson left Saturday for Orlando, Florida, where they expect to spend a month visiting relatives of the latter. They will also make calls on Otto Rasmusen and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer of that city while there. Mrs. Gunderson's former home was at Umitalla, Fla. Sgt. and Mrs. Lester Walby came last Friday for a visit in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Walby, near Frankville. Lester is a veteran of the Pacific war theater and after a visit here will go to get his discharge from the army. Upon his release, he and Mrs. Walby will go to Rock Island, III., to make their luture home. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Sebastian left on Saturday for Terrill where "Chub" has accepted a teaching position in the public schools and where he will also coach basketball. It was at this school where Mrs. Forest Lewis (formerly Neva Kluss) taught several years ago and where she again took up teaching Monday morning, Terrill being Mr. Lewis' home town. Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer were down at the Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner place Sunday to help these people move to the Ben Krambeer farm which they will operate the coming year. The Ben Krambeers have moved to the house they recently purchased in Luana. The Hangartners hove been operating the Heilman farm, former Frank Bloxham place. Louis Ortelle, former superintendent of schools at Waterville and Guttenberg, who is well known to many Postville people, was a visitor here Monday, accompanied by Al Ahlers of Guttenberg. Mr. Ortelle was a Red Cross Field Director in eastern Germany with the Third Infantry Division and was stationed near Hersfeld, Germany, from where he returned recently. Miss Louise Schroeder of Cedar Rapids renews the subscription to her Postville Herald and writes: "If our Herald doesn't come on Thursday, the first thing Amelia and I say is, 'Wonder why our home paper didn't get here today.' Things do not look too good down here. One of our large factories has been closed for some time, and this week may see many more close. Which, of course, is bad for the families of the workers and every line of business." Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten and daughter, Marian, Mrs. Lena Perry, Louis and Viola Kamp and Mr. and Mrs. Jerry Spencer and daughters were at Richfield, west of West Union, Sunday to attend the wedding of Miss Virginia Schara, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schara, and Eldred Kitcher at the, St. Peter's Lutheran church. The ceremony was held at 2:30 o'clock and a reception followed. The bride is a teacher in the Alpha consolidated schools, while her husband is a farmer in the Richfield community. Albert Bertelson left for Parker, So, Dak., Saturday morning, being colled there by the passing awny of his mother, Mrs. Arne Bertelson, nged 76 years, who was well known to many of our renders by her frequent visits in the home of her son. WEDNESDAY, JANUARY H, ^ Joseph B. Steele, local attorney, »u go to Monona Thundny evening i 0 u dress the monthly meeting of the Com. merclai Club in that city. He will relate some of his experiences in cou ft , ter-csplonogc work with the FBI d u ,. ing the war. For 1946 imumimtiimttiiMiuiitimiittmimmmimtitt of Mrs. Hubert C. Luhman and daughter. Valeric, went to Ridgeway today to visit relatives and friends. The Milwaukee railroad handled 56 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Cecil Livingood went to Rochester, Minn., this morning for what he hopes will be the final treatment of his recent illness. Jack Thill of Dubuque and Miss Thclma Johnson of Algona were guests over the week end in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Morgan. Mrs. K. E. Bowen of St. Paul, Minn- came Saturday and is visiting in the home of her son-in-law and daughter. Dr. and Mrs. .1. W. Myers, and family. Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschol and daughter, Sally, went to Chicago Friday for a visit in the home of the former's brother and sister-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roland Swenson. Miss Mary Lou Bursell of Dcs Moines and Mrs. Than Hammond of Edgewood were called here last week by the serious illness of their mother. Mrs. George Bursell. Henry Barghahn of Staplehurst, Nebr., who came last week to attend the funeral of Frank J arms at Monona, was a guest Friday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruckdaschol. Henry Keeslar has procured a position in Chicago and as soon as he can locate an apartment or living quarters, his wife and daughter who are still living here will join him in the Windy City. Mrs. Ralph Bachtell. accompanied by Mrs. Keith Gordon and daughter. Kathleen, of Monona, returned home Monday night from Detroit, Mich., whese they had gone to attend the wedding of a sister of the two ladies. Mrs. George W. Hein, Mrs. Harlan Hein, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Hein and Lewis Hein went to Minneapolis, Minn., Sunday called there by the serious illness of Harlan Hein, who is a patient in the Veterans hospital. Cpl. William Livingood who is here on a furlough in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood. after service overseas, will leave on Friday for Ft. Leavenworth, Kansas, where he hopes to get his discharge from the army. Willard Schutte was in Chicago last week to visit the furniture mart where he saw prc-showings of wares that are expected to be on the market when production gets underway. However, little assurance of early shipments was forthcoming, what with the labor situation as it is today. Postville Lodge, No. 707, I. O. O. F., will confer the initiatory degree on a class of seven candidates at the meeting Friday evening. A luncheon of banquet proportions will be served to the candidates and members after the work, and a special invitation is extended to all members to attend the work and refreshments. Mr. and Mrs. George Tjadcn will go to Waukon Sunday where Dr. and Mrs. H. B. Thomson, former Postville residents, will"hold open house to receive their friends, the occasion being their silver wedding anniversary. The actual date of the anniversary is next Wednesday, and on that day the family will observe the event with a dinner party in the Thomson home. Ivan Blackmer, who since his discharge from the navy has been in Holstein with his wife and family, came yesterday to attend the Elkader-Postville high school basketball games. "I drove 250 miles to see this game—-I hope Postville takes 'em," the former local coach mused just before the game started. Ivan, who has accepted a position with a finance company in Dubuque and takes over the job in February, will go to Iowa City from here to visit his old friend, "Popsy" Harrison, coach of the Big-Ten champion Hawkcyes at the State University of Iowa. A letter from Miles O. Smith of Chicago, a former Postville boy, contains the following: "Please send my Herald to 0026 South Parkway, Chicago, until further notice. A friend of mine made the error of getting married before securing living cuufHers. So t loaned him my apartment until ho can find one. Some other friends cooperated by taking me in at this address. From present indications our newlyweds may have to go to the timber, cut, saw and build with their own hands, for housing conditions in Chicago are as bad as you report them in Postville Best wishes for the New opened." May we renew our offer friendly assistance And Pledge an aggressive, up-to-the-minute banking service to help you meet the problems and uncertainties of the coming year. Your suggestions for improving our service are always welcome. If I'' if" Postville State Bank We Offer A Complete Banking Service Year just Basketball At Postville School Gym Thursday, January 24 Tipoff at 8:30 P. M. An Upper Iowa Conference Game Waukon vs. Postville This game is played in conjunction with the Activities Banquet sponsored by the Postville Commercial Club. However, anyone wishing to attend only the game will be admitted at the regular admission price. Buy Auto Licenses NOW — * — PENALTY OF 5% PER MONTH ADDED FEBRUARY 1 ($1,00 Minimum Penalty) * Leon Henderson Allamakee County Treaaui irer

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