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November 19, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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7"l r 4 ^^JZ. PAGE rout. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA WEDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19, lft Postville Herald Wm. J. Kltncbell, Publisher Mered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ADVERTISING RATES SMsplay Advertising—42c per inch. Local —Constant, 30c; Irregular, 35c Want Ads' —10c a line; minimum 25c .Locals and Readers 10c per line Card of Thanks „ .'...$1.00 Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. SUBSCRIPTION PRICE 42 .50 Per Year in Allamakee, Clay- Fayette, Winneshiek Counties. Elsewhere $3.00 Per Year. i NATIONAL €DITORIA! "ASSOCIATION WEDNESDAY, NOV. 19, 194? Elmer Hoth and Paul Waters transacted business in La Crosse, Wis., last Friday. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY NOV. 20, 21 and 22 "THE BLAZE OF NOON" —with Anne Baxter, William Holden, Sunny Tufts, William Bendix and Stirling Hayden This is a fine and human story of the first air mail service. The film is* packed with action and thrills plus the heart-warming story of four brothers and the tender romance of one of them. No film has a finer cast and none has a finer story, so full of down -to-earth home-spun situations. There is plenty of comedy •with Stirling Hayden at his best. William Bendix is great with his big, rough and tough manner of speech and his heart of gold. This is another film for the entire family. ALSO FOOTBALL THRILLS OF 1946 SHOTS OF MANY BIG GAMES MMMiiiHHiinimui SUNDAY - MONDAY NOV. 23 and 24 "DESERT FURY" —with Lizabeth Scott, John Hodiak, Burt Lancaster and Mary Aster Filmed in Technicolor. There never has been a picture filmed that has ever had such beautiful natural scenery as its background. Technicolor sunsets jn the California desert - - Pine covered forests, and snow-capped mountains - - so beautiful and natural that you have the feeling that you actually are standing there on the spot. The story is packed with suspension and action. "DESERT FURY" is filled with fury and action. A fine cast and an exciting story make it tense and exciting entertainment. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. iilllHrfllHIHIIIIIIIIIIIIi TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY NOV. 25 and 26 "SONS OF THE DESERT" —with Laurel and Hardy and the older favorite, Charlie Chase Like "Pardon Us*' this too is an oldie. But it's a scream never-the-less. What a pity that Laurel and Hardy have left the movie business, but such is the ease. So, it looks as though there will never be any new ones corning out. ALSO —"TRAILING DANGER" —with Johnny Mack Brown There is lots of action in this Western and not much singing, which is for many a welcome relief for those who do not care for so much music. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! '"Gene Groth'rjegah" upon' his new duties at the Farmers Store Friday. Mrs. "Waiter Foals submitted to an operation at Postville hospital this morning. Don Willard of Portage. Wis.. spent Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. William Kozelka home. Mr. and Mrs, Kenneth Ellis left for their home in Auburndale. Wis.. Monday following a visit here to relatives. Miss Mary Eberling and James Searls. students at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, spent the weekend here with their parents. Miss Iva Peterson of the local REA office force spent several days in Des Moines last week attending an REA office workers' meeting, You are invited" to" "a:"' program given by the pupils of Monona No. 4 School. Friday evening, November 21. Mrs. Anne Kamin, teacher. Mrs. L. O. Koevenig on Tuesday accompanied relatives from Lime Springs, Waterloo and Elgin to Miles where they attended the funeral of an aunt. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer were at Calmar Saturday evening at the grand opening of the new Bucheit produce plant. ,'Grant Schultz is learning the butcher's trade in the Harold Schroder store since Monday. Mrs. Elliot Schroeder is also a parttime clerk in the store since Monday. Rev. F. R. Ludwig, Edward W. Kozelka and Joseph B. Steele were over at Waukon Monday evening to attend the 25th anniversary meeting of the Kiwanis Club in that city. Mrs. Amelia Willman, Mrs. Elsie Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Louis A. Schmidt and Kathy were weekend shoppers in Davenport. They also visited in the Clarence and Hartley ; Meyer homes in Rock Island, 111. Henry Hager was a Herald caller last week and informed us that he and Mrs. Hager and their son, Donald, were to leave Saturday for Redwood City, Calif., to spend the winter with their son, Elmer, and family, as well as with other relatives. John L. Schultz last week purchased the Haltmeyer hotel property in Fapmersburg and he and Mrs. Schultz expect to move there to take charge of the hostelry January 1. /He is "offering~"Kfs 'Postville property for sale in today's Herald Want Ads. WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Buckwheat Flour, 3 pound bag for 30c Jack Sprat Sugar Pic Pumpkin, two 29 oz. cans 37c Jack Sprat Pumpkin Pie Spice, two IVi oz. pkgs 25c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for 29c Jack Sprat Milk, four 14 M- oz. cans for 49c lack Sprat Cake Flour, 44 ounce pkg. for 29c Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 2 packages for 15c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for 25c Jack Sprat Mince Meat, 9 ounce package for 19c Jack Sprat Saucr Kraut, 27 ounce can for 14c Jack Sprat Tomato Catsup, 14<-i ounce bottle for 23c Jack Sprat Boysenberries, two 20 oz. cans for 68c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 29 ounce can for 49c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, 16 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Royal Ann Cherries, 29 oz. can 49c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, 29 ounce can for only 49c Jack Sprat Grapefruit Segments, two 18 oz. cans 39c Jack Sprat Asparagus, two 19 ounce cans 59c Jack Sprat Mixed Vegetables, 20 ounce can for 17c Jack Sprat Carrots, 20 ounce can for 13c Jack Sprat Red Alaska Salmon, 16 oz. can 69c Jack Sprat Spanish Salted Nuts, 16 oz. pkg 39c Jack Sprat Blanched Salted Nuts, 16 oz. pkg 49c Jack Sprat Salted Mixed Nuts, 12 oz. pkg. for 67c Cranberries Pineapple Bulk Pitted Dates Sweet Potatoes Queen Olives FRESH OYSTERS Campbell's Soups LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store \ Loi'cnce Reinhardt was a business visitor in Winthrop last Thursday. Miss Donna Renne of Waukon is the new waitress at the V & J Cafe since Monday. Mr. and Mrs. James Foran spent Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Dahms home near Monona. Edward W. Kozelka toured central Iowa last Friday and Saturday on a buying trip for Hall Roberts' Son. Mr. and Mrs. Lester L. Norton and son of Waterloo were Sunday guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert home. , Mr. and Mrs. Horace Gordanier land Miss Opal Gordanier spent Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Ervin •Barnes home in Cresco. Landis Gulsvig returned to his home yesterday from Postville hospital where on Thursday he had submitted to an appendectomy, i Mr. and Mrs. Louis Lenth of Elkader and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Haberichter of Monona were Sunday guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John F. Palas. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Depping who had spent the fall in Duluth, Minn., arrived here Sunday morning in the home of their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Ol"Son. Louis Schutte and Mrs. Louis W. Thoma drove to Des Moines last Friday to bring the latter's sister. Miss Lillian Meier, home from the hospital in which she had been a patient for some time. ,Mrs. Euclid Marston returned', home Saturday afternoon from t'ong Beach. Calif., where she had| gone several weeks ago with her father. A. L. Meier, who will spend the winter on the west coast. Announcements were received here this week of the birth of a son, Gregory Colben, weight 8>,4 lbs., to Mr. and Mrs. Lester M. Saboe at Allen Memorial Hospital in Waterloo November 11. Mrs. Saboe is the former Alice Thoresen of this city. Mrs. DuWayne Bulman received an announcement this week apprising her of the birth of a son;to her brother-in-law and sister, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Monthei, at Jefferson that day. He weighed 8Vi pounds and has been named Marshall Lyle. Mrs. Monthei is the former Marie. 'Miller of this city. Lester A. Neverman and son, Clair, were over from Waukon Tuesday afternoon to advertise their closing out auction sale which they will hold at their farm, five miles northeast of Waukon on Friday, Nov. 28. Eaton Waters will cry the sale which starts at 12:30 p. m., and at which 48 head of Holstein and Shorthorn cattle are to be sold, in addition to a team of matched horses, 87 feeder pigs, chickens, grain, hay and a full line of farm machinery. Mr. Neverman will, have an advertisement in next week' Herald setting forth his complete listing of the property to be sold. THANKSGIVING DINNER AT FOREST MILLS CHURCH The ladies of Forest Mills U. B. Church will serve a Thanksgiving dinner Thursday, Nov. 27, starting at 11:30 a. m., to which all are invited. A bazaar will be held in the afternoon. Admission, adults $1.00 and children 60c. All are invited. CASTALIA U. B. LADIES" TO SERVE TURKEY DINNER The Castalia U. B. Ladies' Aid will have a Turkey Dinner and Bazaar on Thursday, Nov. 20, in the church basement. Serving to start at 11:30 a. m., and bazaar at 2:00 p. m. Adults $1.00, children 50c. All are invited. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Tindell were in Davenport on business last •Friday. Mr. and Mrs. Warren Harrington of Waterloo were here Tuesday for a visit to relatives and friends. Miss Bernice Steiber of Waterville was a weekend guest in the Mr. and Mi's. Lorence Reinhardt home. Mrs. Luver C. Schultz went to Davenport Monday to visit her daughter, Dorothy, a teacher in the public schools in that city. Mr. and Mrs. J. P. .Ellis returned home Friday from Auburndale, Wis., where they had visited in the Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis home. Miss Idayne Plaht spent the weekend in Cedar Falls with her friend, Miss DeElta Buraas, who is a student at Iowa State Teachers College. Miss Cecelia Houdek will leave Saturday for Chicago, and from there will go with friends for a three weeks' vacation to Mexico City and Acapulco, Mexico. Lee Bowers returned home Wednesday from the Cresco hospital where he had submitted to an operation the week before. Ho went to Cresco Monday again for a checkup. Livestock shipments out of Postville over the Milwaukee railroad last week amounted to 48 decks, a decided increase over those of a week ago. Cars for loading the stock are still scarce, the freight this morning spotting only one empty here, Agent C. C. Searls reports. Mrs. Fred L. Baltz of Route 2. Postville, received a letter this wek from Robert Ederdt.Hamburg, Germany, in which he thanks her for the winter overcoat he received through the "Evangelische Hilfsge- meinchaft" (Evangelical benevolence society) in Hamburg. Mr. Baltz sent the overcoat with a shipment of clothing that was recently shipped out by St. Paul's Lutheran church of this city. I LATE WANT ADS ! For Sale—Baby's blue all-wool snow suit; brand new; price $4.00. Mrs. Paul Waters, R. 2, Postville. For Sale — Stevens 4-10 gauge shotgun; in good condition; priced to sell. Phone 43-F-62, Postville. FISH For Sale—Open until 10 p. m. A half, mile north of Marquette. For sale a 12-gnuge automatic Remington, a 410 bolt-action Single shot with shells, and a bolt- action 3-shot 20-gauge. Gramling Fish Market, Marquette, Iowa.—3c. Mrs. Elmer Hoth and son, John were in Cedar Rapids Thursday. Leila's Beauty Salon will be closed from Thanksgiving Day until December 8. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE, REMEMBER THE GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Ray R. Douglass, Harvey Douglass and C. Mack Peterson were at Bloomfield last evening to attend a Masonic meeting. BUY YOUR XMAS CARDS. LIGHTS AND DECORATIONS NOW WHILE OUR STOCKS ARE COMPLETE. OUR OWN HARD­ WARE.—4c. Mi-, and Mrs. Kenneth J. Kerr and family, Ruth and Dale Turner and Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner were guests Sunday in the home of •Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Meinken at Aurora. BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDLES EARLY, WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT SELECTION — SANTA CLAUS. CHRISTMAS TREES. ANGELS, SNOW MEN, ETC. OUR OWN HARDWARE, POSTVILLE. In remitting for his Herald, Eldo Hoffman of Garnavillo writes, "We sure wouldn't want to have the subscription run out, as we look forward to it from week to week." It might be well to again state our subscription rates, since Eldo, like many others away from here, sent the wrong amount of money. The price of the Herald for one year is $2.50 to all subscribers living within Allamakee, Clayton, Fayette and ( Winneshiek counties, and $3.00 elsewhere. In Eldo's case and others .where more is sent, credit for an .extended period will be given. Where the remittance is less than it should be, less credit is given to equalize the transaction. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schultz were at Elgin Sunday as guests in the Mr. and Mrs, John Falb home. Mr. and Mrs, . Earl ChambcrJ of Cedar Hapids were Sunday vM ors here with relatives and frloj FROM PRODUCER - - TO Y0I 53rj Alfalfa yields 24 percent more than red clover and corn yields better following alfalfa than red clover, say Iowa State College agronomists H. B. Cheney and E. S. Dyas. They urge farmers to seed alfalfa instead of red clover where- ever possible this year. Checking your tractor for possible hazards may mean avoiding a serious accident. i!9i !iia«!i ;Biiia<im :ia At the Elevator We Have Enroute Carloads of PURITY LUMP COAL MILLERS CREEK STOVE COAL — and — MILLERS CREEK LUMP COAL Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa iiiiianBiiiiBiiiiiBigHiiiinpanaiigiBiiinaiiriaiiiiii IN STOCK NOW ! Attractive Ladies' Watches $33.00 and up Mens Wrist Watches $35.00 and up Selfwinding and Waterproof Watches Also many other Gift Items. W. J. HANKS YOUR JEWELER WANTED! Experienced Auto and Truck MECHANIC Make application to P. A. SCHNEIDER Division Maintenance Engineer Iowa State Highway Commission FOSTVILLE, IOWA Dress Up for the Holidays GEORGIANA DRESSES All sizes, in rayon crepes, gabardine and wool $10.98 to $15.98 DORIS DODSON The much talked about Junior Dress $11.98 to $15.98 CINDERELLA DRESSES For Children Just received a new shipment, sizes 3 to 16 years $1.98 to $4.98 HUEBNER'S WORLD'S FINEST FUEL I WORLD'S FINEST APPLIANCES! Skelgas is delivered to you direct from the producer through authorized Skelgas Dealer* only* The Skelgas sign on our door or truck ia your assurance of unvarying high quality. Stop and see us. Find out how you can find a new way of life through the advantages of Skelgas— how you can have city convenience regardless of where you live. Remember: Skelgas and Skelgas appliances are the original natural gas service to homes beyond city mains. The new Skelgas Refrigerators. Ranges, and Water Heaters are now on display. Come and inspect them—see what mod- ' — em home appliances can do for rural \S *EM13 homes. Sow LOUIS L. HILL Heating—Hardware—Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE SBK! Egg Mash Made in our own mill . . . gives you more for your feed dollar. No fancy sacks—but lots of quality. You'll like the results. Postville Feed Mill Phone 244 READY ran 0 i A large stock of brand new Bedroom Suites? have arrived. And, folks, it's good news for 8 those of you who have been waiting to get a new outfit this fall. They are here in smart new styles. We have a wide selection for you priced from $125 and «p Come in and see our pre-Christmas display of table and floor lamps just arrived. Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Stock of Furniture In Northeast Iowa

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