Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 12, 1947 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 12, 1947
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CAGB rocv. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA Postville Herald J. Kllnf bell. Publisher Entered at the Postdftice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—42c per inch, JUtcal—Constant, 30c; Irregular, 85c Want Ads—10c a line; minimum 25c .laicals and Readers. 10c per line Card of Thanks $1.00 Cash with order on nil mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE Per Year in Allamakee, Clay- Jon. Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. AIATIONAL €DITORIA!—/ ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY. NOV. IS, 1M7. t,orence Emmet Reinhardt was at Bettendorf on business Monday. Mrs, Carl C. Sander spent the -weekend in Chicago on a visit to iter daughter. Helen. Herman D. Webb left this.morn­ ing for Los Angeles, Calif., where .he expects to spend the winter. Mrs. Sarah Grinder of Kenosha. Wis., came Monday to spend the winter with her daughter, Miss Olive Grinder. Dwight Marston. student at Iowa .-.State Teachers College, Cedar Falls, .spent the weekend here in the parental Euclid C, Marston home. Lorenz Willman returned home yesterday from a business trip to .Milwaukee and Madison, Wis.. -where he went to purchase cars. Mr. and Mrs. W. B. Winter, who live near Eldorado, were here ^Thursday to visit in the home of -the latter's mother, Mrs. Fred .Miene, Sr. The Misses Ralinda and Martha Xammert. Mrs. John O. Casten and JSlrs. William Kozelka were up at •Cresco Sunday to visit Lee Bowers ;at the hospital. Twenty-two decks of livestock went to markets the past week out .<rf Postville over the Milwaukee xoad, and Agent C. C. Searls says the car shortage still exists to slow up movement of stock. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY November 13,14 and 15 "DEAR RUTH" H-ith Joan Caulfleld, 'William Bolden, Mona Freeman, Edward Arnold and Billy DeWoIfe This is an outstanding, rollicking, uproarious comedy. It is fast moving and great fun. Billy • JteWolfe is a riot as is Mona Freeman. The Town Theater in "Waukon just finished a very highly successful three-day run on it. West Union aHo played it to very fine business. The story is cute and clever. A teen age sister writes some rather warm and affectionate letters to an Air Force pilot and signs her sister 's name, "Ruth'', to them. When the young pilot gets a furlough before going overseas he calls to see Ruth. You can imagine the story from there on. If there has been a better comedy on the screen this year just what could it possibly be. It is a clean film, too, and something ior the whole family. The film is a real ticket seller . . . everywhere —small and large towns. wli,miiiMiiMmii»iiMMi,miiin,iniiimmi Mr. and Mrs. James A, Gregg were at Waterloo oh business Monday. R. M. Hecker went to Detroit, Mich., Monday afternoon to drive home a new Dodge truck for one of his customers. Miss Dorothy Schultz, teacher in the Davenport schools, spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luver C. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Douglas R. Loomis and son were up at Caledonia, Minn., Sunday to visit their friends. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lathrop. Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Schroeder, Mrs. John Schroeder and Mrs. Louis Meyer visited hi the Mrs. John Krambeer home in Monona Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Coates and Mrs. T. L. Newman of Juda. Wis., came Saturday for a weekend visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Erwin L. Kling heiUhnme , ... ^•"Miss Dolores Sadler, who recently graduated from nurses' training school at Finley hospital in Dubu que. started working at Postville, hospital_Simday night. .--^ ~~Mrs7 p1Toebe """'Mad0rlri~6? McGregor was a guest Saturday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer. Phoebe is now employed in the Scenic Hotel in the Pocket City. Mrs. Marjory Douglas and three daughters, Deniece, Culleen and Sally, of Prairie du Chien, Wis., were visitors of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton, over the weekend. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Bishop and son of Salem, Oregon, came last week for a visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Brandt and with other relatives. Mrs. Bishop is a niece of Mrs. Brandt. Gerald Schroeder arrived home Sunday from Minneapolis, Minn., just in time to help his father, Ed F. Schroeder, observe his birthday anniversary. Gerald will remain here.for a few days visit. Mr. and Mrs. Dean Meyer returned home Friday from their honeymoon trip of over 10.000 miles, that took them to the west, coast down into old Mexico, the! southern states and thence home, i Lee Bowers, local manager of the; Interstate Power Co., submitted to an operation in the Creseo hospital on Monday of last week, and Mrs. Bowers has been with him much of the time since. Lee is expected home this week. Mrs. R. P. Strauch of Elgin is a patient at Postville Hospital since Sunday when she suffered burns at her home while preparing the family dinner. Frying fat on the stove caught fire and in removing the pan from the stove the fat spilled on her arms and legs, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland went to South Bend, Ind„ Friday to visit their son, Francis, and to attend the Notre Dame-Army football game which the Irish won easily, 27 to 7. Francis, who attends Notre Dame University, returned home with them Sunday for a short visit. .friends here and at Castalia. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday & Wednesday Nov. 16, 17, 18 and 19 "WELCOME STRANGER" —with Bins Crosby, Barry FiU- genfd and loan Csol/icld Bing and Barry are united again in a picture that is comparable in every way to "Going My Way." It should be seen by every person who has some time or other attended a. movie, as well as those who are regular movie fans.. Boxoffice records that were established by "Going My Way" and "The Bells of St. Mary's" are going by the boards in every theater the picture has played. This time Bing and Barry are a pair of doctors. Bing teaches Barry to croon „ v . . and Barry, the old doctor, teaches Bing, the young doctor just starting out, a few things too. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for 28c Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 3 pound bag for 30c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for .-. 29c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, 20 ounce can for 17c Jack Sprat Alaska Red Salmon, per can 69c Jack Sprat Wax Beans, Cut, 19 oz. can for 19c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for 15c Jack Sprat Rolled Oats, 3 pound package for 29c Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 10H ounce can for 10c Jack Sprat Peaches, 29-oz. cans, 3 cans for only 99c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 20 ox, can for 14c Jack Sprat Sugar Pie Pumpkin, 29 ounce can for 20c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, three 27 ounce cans for 39c Jack Sprat Apple Jelly, jar. 25c Jack Sprat Salted Mixed Nuts, 12 oz. pkg. for 67c Jack Sprat Blanched Salted Peanuts, 16 oz. pkp 49c Jack Sprat Spanish Salted Peanuts, 16 oz. pkg. for 39c Jack Sprat Milk, two 14% ounce cans for 25c Prince Olav Imported Sardines, per* can 35c Bulk Pitted Dates Pink and Medium Red Salmon Red Sockeye Salmon Sardines Tuna Fish- Herring Sweet Potatoes FRESH OYSTERS Campbell's Soups LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Stare Mr. and Mrs. H. E. Roberts and Frank and Nancy transacted business in Cedar Rapids Saturday, Mrs. Arthur A. Sneugling and son, Jimmie, of Monona were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. John F, Palas home. Louis Hill, Jr., student at Coe College. Cedar Rapids, was a week Mr, and Mrs. Harold Lenth and Gayle of Farmersburg were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harnack. The Misses Mary Jane Schloe and Adeline Pflster were guests Sunday in the Mrs. Amelin Willman home. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethjv and son were visitors Sunday in th<| end visitor here with his parents, I home of her mother, Mrs. Aim*, Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill. Mrs. Charles Volz and children, Gary and Jane, of La Crosse, Wis., were guests last week in the Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson home. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd, and Mrs. Anna Mohs were at Edfiewood Sunday as guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schultz home. ' Major Robert Harrington and family left last Thursday for Washington, D. C, after' a visit here in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Cy Harrington. ? Mr. and Mrs. Duane Peterson of Pes Moines and Dick Peterson^of Minneapolis, Minn., were weekend -visitors here in the home of the gentlemen's father. A. L. Peterson. Mr. and Mrs. Lee Brainard and Kristine, and Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Masonhall and Judy were at West Union Sunday to participate in the birthday anniversary party of a relative. Mrs. Lewis Hein, who had been here with relatives since the passing on of her husband, returned to her home in Cedar Rapids Sunday, Don Caldwell artd Wilma Brewer coming up to get her. Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner returned home Saturday night from Cedar ' Rapids where they had spent a few days, he to attend an insurance school and she to visit in the home of her brother. Mr. and Mrs. Earl J. Handy were at Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit Mrs. Kenneth Green who is in a hospital in that city recovering from the injuries she received* in an ajato, accident some timeago^ ,/ Miss Gladys"Mae" Meyer Tuesday accompanied Lorenz Willman and Kathleen Meyer home from Des Moines where she had been for the past week and a half getting officey experience in St. John's Lutheran church in that city. Mrs. C. F. Krogman returned home Wednesday from a month's visit to her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bareis, and family in Washington, 111. Mr. Bareis, who is the superintendent of a large Peoria, 111., dairy plant,, brought Mrs. Krogman here and /I stayed to visit with relatives and Among the many football fan's who went from here to Madison, Wis,, last Saturday to see the Badgers humiliate our Hawkeyes by.ja score of 46 to 14, were Mr. and Mrs- Joseph B. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. Jack LaVelle, Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Brouillet, Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans, Mr. and Mrs. Edward W. Kpzelka, Mr. and Mrs. HJarl Abernethy, Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Beucher, Dr. and Mrs. R. L. ToplifT, Roger Harris and Robert Gruhn. MORE FOR YOUR MONEY IN— Fitzgerald, (it Waukon Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis went to Auburndale, Wis.. Sunday to visit in the home of their son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis. Miss Dorothy Waters and her friend, Henry Hepp, of Dubuque, were weekend visitors in the home of the former's mother, Mrs. Mildo Waters. » Charles Hoth was in Waterloo Monday to attend a refrigeration meeting, and on Tuesday he and Elmer Gentz went there again to take part in an electrical appliance school. Bob Anderson of Cresco is substituting for Lee Bowers at the Interstate Power. Company office while Lee is recuperating from an operation for hernia at the Cresco hospital. Mrs. A. E. Evans who has been visiting her sister, Mrs. Fred Ernst, and other relatives here left Wednesday for a short stay in the Twin Cities before returning to her home in Pueblo, Colo. Glenn Olson went to Moline, 111., on business Monday. His wife and Mrs. Leonard Pearson accompanied him as far as Dubuque where they spent the day shopping.; returning with him in the evening. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and family and Mrs. Bertha Schroeder were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs, Roland Hangartner home in Waukon. Harvey Douglass arrived home Sunday from his visit in Denton, Texas, and Santa Monica, Calif. At Denton he visited his daughter, SAnn, and sister, Ruth, while at Santa Monica he visited his sister, Mrs. O. B. Kemp. Mrs. Edward Boske and daughter, Donna Lee, returned to their home last week after a visit here to the former's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow, her husband coming for a weekend visit and taking his farnjly„tP,.Chicaga. _ /Mrs. George Bowles received a Uetter last week from a lady in Germany acknowledging receipt of a packet of clothing which she had sent a year or more ago. The lady wrote her husband had been a prisoner of the Russians and although released a year ago. has been unable to work, because of his weakened condition, having lost 60 pounds during his incarceration. Cpl. Edwin Monroe arrived home last Wednesday for a 45-day furlough. He recently returned to the U. S. from Panama where he had been serving for the past 18 months. Edwin who served in Europe during the war, reenlisted and still has one year to serve. When he leaves here after a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Monroe, he will go to Denver, Colorado, , for assignment to a new station. A letter from Mrs. Florence Parker Olsen of San Diego, Calif- says, "While visiting in Postville last year, mother subscribed to the Herald as a little present for me. I have enjoyed the papers and get a real thrill when I see names of folks I once knew there. This year I will reciprocate and resubscribe in mother's name, Mrs. James A. Parker, 460 Sepulveda St.. San Pedro, Calif. We all read the Herald, so it's just a matter of who gets it first. I know from your fine paper, Postville must have grown enormously in the past thirty years, and is just up uptodate and alert as mother says it is." NEILLY'S COAT & SUIT SHOP THURSDAY, November 20th Longer or shorter, demand Quality, receive value and fashion for your money. . Come in — see this beautiful showing of the newest in Furs. . Convenient Terms. MARSHALL & SWIFT 1 FURS at NEILLY'S COAT & SUIT SHOf POSTVILLE, IOWA Near-Zero Weather Follows Rain and Snow s*^ — ==a, ~ ' i /Thermometers registered as low* /s five degrees above zero. here! 'Tuesday morning as the first biastsjl of winter swept over the central' states. Snow blankeled! following a moist weekendijand the weafherman doesn't give much assurance of an easing up of the premature cold spell. Rain, fog and snow set in here last Friday and Saturday. Sunday was a snappy, sunshiny day, but it's been anything but balmy out this week. Many farmers are finding themselves with much corn to be harvested and are hoping for more desirable weather to get this annual chore out of the way before too much snow falls here. Big-Four Beef Winner Is In Leading Shows Pat Henkes, the 13 year old Farmersburg girl who showed the grand champion baby beef, a purebred Angus steer, at the Big-Four Fair in Postville, has entered the animal in the Waterloo Meat Animal show being held this week. Pat has also entered her steer in the International Livestock Exposition which will be held in Chicago next month. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE, REMEMBER THE GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. JUST RECEIVED — A SHIPMENT OF 10 AND 13 INCH CIRCULATING OIL HEATERS. WESTERN AUTO STORE, POSTVILLE. BUY YOUR XMAS CARDS. LIGHTS AND DECORATIONS NOW WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE. OUR OWN HARD­ WARE.—4c, The Odd Fellows will have work in the initiatory degree at their hall Friday night and are requesting all brethren to come out and assist in conferring the degree. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT \yORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. \ [Winneshiek county people have been signing petitions asking for a three-man board of supervisors. That county has been operating under a five-man board, elected by- districts, for many years. •iiiwaivisi •MM At the Elevator COMING SOON CARLOADS OF SOY BEAN MEAL STANDARD MIDDLINGS Hall Roberts' SOP Postville, Iowa iiiiiaiiiiiBiiisaiiiiiBiiiHiiiiiBiuiiaiiiiaiiiiHiiiFniiiianih Ajgetihites <>l$nocfty p t„*M« "I predict a brilliant future for them doing a sister act, if Aunt Belle keeps feeding them plenty of Waters' fine pasteurized milk so that they are beautiful as well as musical." For Pure Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call No. 38-F-62. North Side Dairy PAUL WATERS, Prop. "At your door or store—be sure its Pasteurized" DRIVERS AND CHAUFFEURS EXAMS SET FOB TUESDAY A representative of the Iowa Highway Safety Patrol will be at Memorial Hnll, Postville, nil day, next Tuesday to j?ive drivers' and chauffeurs' examinations to those applying for them. See Marshal Donald Ktnrtindale for advance information regarding the examination. WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER U,» LATE WANT ADS J For Rent—My garage, in Post! ville. Mrs. Minnie Heins.—2c, Wanted — Lady clerk; full tiiiS| Apply at ° nce at ..The • FutnwJ Store, Postville.—2tfc. < For Snle — Baby buggy; bad stroller; baby's pink corduroy snol suit, size J. Mrs. Glenn OlsoJ phone 351-J, Postville.—2c. fmm®§m IP 111 00* IN YOUR MAILBOX SOON ... Our new CHRISTMAS GIFT CATALOG— mm chuck full of brand new gifty items for your family or friends . . . WATCH FOR IT! W " B LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE SAVE MONEY! OUR CAR OF 16% DAIRY IS TO BE SHIPPED THIS WEEK ! Delivery From Car At Special Price. Drop in or call us, Postville Feed Mill Phone 244 WINTER NEEDS... WOOL HEAD SQUARES 98c to $1.98 MITTENS and GLOVES 29c to $1.98 STOCKING CAPS and TAMS $1.39 to $1.79 COTTON BLANKETS $1.59 to $2.79 PART WOOL BLANKETS $3.98 to $7.98 100% WOOL BLANKETS $12.98 CHILDREN'S UNIONSUITS $1.19 WOMEN'S UNIONSUITS $1.29 and $1.39 TUCK-STITCH UNDIES 69c to $1.19 HUEBNER'S

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