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December 10, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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VAGI roc*. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA Postville Herald 3. KlitiKbell, Publisher Bntered at the Postoffice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—12c 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 nil mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER 10, 1947 B. M. Sweitzer of Hudson was a guest last week in the home of his son -in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. James A. Gregg, and family. IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY December 11, 12 and 13 "BOOMERANG" Some few years back Twentieth Century Fox came out with an F. B. I. film. "The House on 92nd Street." This was one of the most exciting films to ever come out of Hollywood. The film company is following thru with another great action film, based on a. true incident in the life of the late Homer Cummings, who was Attorney General of the United States. In tho cast of "BOOMERANG" are Dana Andrews, Jane Wyatt, Lee Cobb and Arthur Kenned}'. The film packs more suspense and thrills than any other since "The House on 92nd Street." We had a large patronage on that picture and nothing but compliments. After all the comedies and "Westerns" that have been on the programs this one should be a welcome change. SUNDAY - MONDAY December 14 and 15 "LIVING IN A BIG WAY" —with Gene Kelly, Marie MacDonald, Charles Winninger, Spring Byington, Phyllis Thaxter and Jean Adair A soldier meets a girl while on furlough and they fall in love and marry in haste. He goes overseas and she regrets her hasty marriage- Upon returning he finds that she is the daughter of an industrial tycoon. Determined to keep her at any cost he moves into her home, but fails to do so. She finally realizes that she loves this brash young man and all's well that ends well. This is the type of film that goes over big to all classes of audiences. Gene Kelly's singing and dancing is one big reason. Marie MacDonald's beauty is another.' There are many, many laughs— but it is Gene Kelly who is tops. Good entertainment, this one! DON 'T MISS IT! SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY December 16 and, 17 "ABIE'S IRISH ROSE" We have been advised by several people that have seen this one that it is a swell cpmedy. It 's the old story of an Irish girl marrying a Jewish boy. As a stage play it was really terrific. It was made into a silent picture with Buddy Rogers playing the lead. The old silent film was a boxoSice winner. If you have not seen this one do so. We haven't heard of any one who didn't get a lot of laughs out of it ALSO A GENE ACTRY "Oldie" that is a food one— "THE MAN FROM MUSIC MOUNTAIN" Makes no difference whether you have or have not seen these older films, the fact that pre-war films were better made, and are better entertainment. This one no exception. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS! Mr. and Mrs. Hnrry Tyler were business visitors in Cedar Rapids Tuesday Elmer A, Hoth' was a business visitor in Minneapolis, Minn., las' Wednesday and Thursday. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Folsom ar-\ rived home Saturday from their honeymoon trip to Madison, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Barker and Vicki Sue of Waterloo spent the weekend here in the Mrs. Ethel Meyer home. Get your Simmons Electronic Blankets now. We have them in stock for you. Louis Schiitte & Sons furniture store. Postville. Gene Groth went to Cedar Falls Saturday to attend the State Teach ers-Drake basketball game and then spend the weekend there with friends. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Niedert of Waterloo were weekend guests in the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunderson, on Henderson Prairie. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer will leave tomorrow for Loomis, Calif/ to spend the winter months in the home of the former 's son, Harold Fischer, and family. \ There's still a shortage of stoclij cars arriving here, but the Milwaukee railroad handled 25 decksif of livestock out of the local yard/ during the past week. j Charles Luebka is a medical patient at Postville Hospital since last night. Virginia McNally submitted to an appendectomy at Postville Hos- S ital Tuesday morning. Mrs. Douglas Loomis and son, illy, returned home Monday from pringfield, Ohio, and Chicago, 111., in which cities they had been visiting relatives and friends. 'Buy'yourself a Christmas pres- sent—for Christmas, 1957. A $75 United States Savings Bond will be worth $100 then, and may buy a lot more things than $75 will b|iy today. Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig was at Davenport Saturday to attend the annual school of instruction for newly elected Kiwanis Club officers held at the Hotel Blackhawk in that city. The Rev. Mr. Ludwig is president-elect of the Postville Kiwanis Club for 1948. Mrs. Reuben Christofferson of Cedar Rapids, who has been hospitalized for the greater portion of ,this fall, was taken to her home {.Saturday, gnd on Tuesday her son Harold, accompanied by Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Schlitter, went to Ce dar* Rapids to bring her here to Recuperate. William Niles, who stopped off here Saturday enroute from Du Kfr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil Friday moved into the new home "the Mc Neils had erected on east Williams street the past summer. "*>*««eUi^lHw*>-o -r^Al5Durndale 1 Wis., came Saturday for a visit to his parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis, and other relatives and friends. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. William G. Meyer of Monona at Postville Hospital Tuesday. Named William Gilbert, the baby weighed 8 lbs., at birth. Corporal Vernon J. Gericke arrived here Sunday from Ft. Bragg, North Carolina, for a 22-day furlough in the home of his parents, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke. Mr. and Mrs. Quinton Torkelson and daughter, Rita, of Farmersburg were visitors Sunday in the home of Mrs. Torkelson's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Gunderson, and family • .........«--' - ». „„„ Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling are the parents of a son, born to them at Postville Hospital Monday morning. The lad weighed 9 lbs., 1 oz., at birth and has been named Wil- lianLAian,'«"^ w ,,—»».—••, '"si e Paul Waters household ex- \huque to Frankville to preach at pect to move to Postville next the Community church, informed week, and until their own home is us that tt the Dubuque University The Fred Groth family expect tb hang their socks on the mantel in their new home for Christmas— provided things go according to^ plans, and workmen complete thef' interior by that time. / Mr. and Mrs.* Fred Domke of Wadena came Sunday for a week's visit in the home of their son-m- law and daughter, Mr, and Mts. George Bowles, Mr. Bowles driving down to bring them here. \ Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Thoreson, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr and Dale and Ru»h Turner were at Waterloo Saturday to attend a Holstein consignment sale at the cattle congress auditorium. Mrs. W. H. Behrens and the Misses Catherine Staadt and Florence Hoth were at Minneapolis, Minn., on business over the weekend, and also visited in the home of Mrs. Marie Davis and Miss Anna Wegner. Reduced prices on hats, coats and dresses are being offered from now until Christmas at the Neilly Hat and Ready-to-Wear Store in Postville. Make yourself happy by getting a new outfit now for the holidays. A letter from John Fahney locates him in Pensacola, Florida, where he will spend the winter. He says, "I am fine and it is fine down here. Had an enjoyable trip down. Now I've just got to have you send the Herald to me at 232 East Gregory Street, until I go north next spring." WEEKEND SPECIALS Jack Sprat Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for .28c Jack Sprat Jelatin Dessert, 3 packages for 25c Jack Sprat Catsup, ' 14 ounce bottle for 23c Jack Sprat Mustard, 20 % oz. Refrigerator jar for .. 19c Jack Sprat Fruit Cocktail, • 29 oz. can for 49c Jack Sprat Run-O-Pod Peas, two 20 oz. cans for. 39c Jack Sprat Red Sockeye Salmon, 16 oz. can for 69c Jack Sprat Hawaiian Pineapple Juice, 46 oz. can for 49c Jack Sprat Bartlett Pears, 29 ounce can for 49c Jack Sprat Peaches, two 29 oz. cans for 69c Jack Sprat White Cream Corn, 20 ounce can for 14c Jack Sprat Wax Beans, Cut, two 19 ounce cans for. 38c English Walnuts, No. 1 Diamond, per pound 39c Brazil Nuts, pound ...45c Pecans, Jumbo, per pound 49c Mixed Nuts, fancy No. 1, per pound _ 44c Jack Sprat Spanish Salted Peanuts, 16 oz. pkg. .:39c Jack Sprat Blanched Salted Peanuts, per pound ...49c Jack Sprat Salted Mixed Nuts, 12 ounce package ; 67c Jumbo Pecan Halves, 1 pound cellophane bag $1.65 Best Grade Black Walnut Meats, % pound bag 70c Jack Sprat Corn Flakes, 13 ounce package for 15c Jack Sprat Soiled Oats, 3 pound package 33c Mayflower Peas, two big 80 ounce cans for 25c SALMON TUNA FISH SARDINES HERRING FRESH OYSTERS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store completed they will live in the Airs. Carrie Kelleher residence. Mrs. Kelleher will spend the winter with her son, Robert, and family in Akron, Ohio. .... Q. To'rpin of South Dakota arrived here Monday and is gaining experience under the tutelage of C. C. Searls and Albert Bertelson, veteran railroaders, up at the Milwaukee depot. He is on duty on both the day and night shifts, and expects to be here indefinitely^/1 HaroldlIvertrson"bl r Sir7"and Mrs. Francis Evert of Frankville. left Sunday, for belwein for a short visit with relatives. He has enlisted for three years with the United States Air Force. Tuesday afternoon he joined a group of boys at the re^ cruiting office in Waterloo, and will be sent to Chanute Field, Illinois, for induction. After the holidays he will go to Randolph Field, Texas, for basic training. ^ Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Pieper and son, Dick, leave Waukon Saturday for Worthington, Minn., to be present at the marriage of their son, Bob, which takes place Sunday, December 14, at the Westminister Presbyterian church of that city. They will leave from there the following day for Des Moines, so that Mr. Pieper may be present at the convening of the extra session of the 52nd General Assembly. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebastian, accompanied by Mrs. Albert Moen of Waukon, returned home Thursday evening from a nine-day trip to Cincinnati, Ohio, where they had gone to spend Thanksgiving with Mr. and Mrs. P. D. Coons, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Eggenhofer and other relatives. While there they called on Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte who are now residing in Cincinnati and who sent their greetings back to the home town. On the way home they spent two days visiting Amos, Ralph and Vivian Moen and the Ed Faust and Clarence Meyer families at Moline and Rock Island, 111. Henderson Prairie Club Holds Christmas Party. • - 3/1 c'appella" choir will come to Post-j ville to appear in a concert at the Community Presbyterian church ^ome time in March. f I ' Joseph B. Steele left this afteij- •loon for Des Moines where he will I ttend a meeting of the executive^ oard of the junior section of the wa State Bar Association and ill stay over for the annual in- ome tax school for lawyers. Mr. teele has been serving on the Junior Bar executive board since June of this year. Last week for Avon Christmas Specials. Phone • your order to No. 104, Postville.—6c. For Sale—Superfex oil burner; small size; in good condition. Paul Waters, R. 2, Postville.—6c. For Sale —1941 Super Deluxe Ford 5-passenger coupe; an especially good one. Ruckdaschel Motors, Postville.—6c. The Henderson Prairie Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Everman Tuesday afternoon, the members answering roll call by giving a Christmas poem. The hostess read from tho Scriptures, Luke 8, Mrs. Kenneth Kerr and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner gave the project lesson on time-saving steps in washing and ironing. Two contests were given, the first by Mrs. Ralph Gunderson being won by Mrs. Turner and the second given by Mrs. Frank Hangartner was won by Mrs. Wiliard Meyer. After a gift exchange the song, ''Silent Night," was sung for Mrs. Henry Miller who observes her birthday anniversary this month. The. hostess served a lunch after the meeting and it was announced that the January meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Rudy, Everman. *' Elect Ross Thornton To Head Odd Fellows. Members of Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, and (heir families will partake of u potltick supper at their regular meeting next Monday evening at six o'clock. A Christmas gift, exchange, will follow the program given by the children. The annual elect ion of officers will be held following the regular chapter meeting. WEDNESDAY. DECEMBER j Rebekah hold their regular meeting; day evening, with election JJI fleers for the next term folljj A picnic supper will be serve the members will hold theirs Christmas party for which j will each bring 25 cent gifts, Clifton Mork is a new cleil the Farmers Store since lust*! ,/ Ross Thornton was elected Noble Grand of Postville Lodge, No. 707, Independent Order of Odd Fellows, at the semi-annual election held last Friday evening. Others elected were Eldo Sander, vice grand; Everett Cook, secretary; Roger Harris, treasurer, and Lloyd Bruce, trustee. / These officers and those ..to-.be appointed will be installed in January. About 40 members of the lodge were in attendance at the coon supper which was served prior to work in the first degree. Elect Turner Master Of Brotherly Love Lodge. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE, REMEMBER THE GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. A CARLOAD OF MIDDLINGS AND BRAN NOW ENROUTE AND SHOULD ARRIVE SOON. LEAVE YOUR ORDERS. THE FARMERS STOSE, POSTVILLE. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FROM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. fflllBIIBii 1IIBUII iiiaiiBimia At the Elevator COMING SOON Car of PURITY LUMP COAL Car of MILLERS CREEK STOVE COAL and a Car of FERTILIZER Hall Roberts' Son . Postville, Iowa 'mmmmmmmmmmmmmmrnmrnmii BUY YOUR CHRISTMAS CANDLES EARLY. WE HAVE AN EXCELLENT SELECTION — SANTA CLAUS, CHRISTMAS TREES, ANGELS, SNOW MEN, ETC. OUR OWN HARDWARE, POSTVILLE. Remember those Pork Tenderloin Sandwiches on a bun that we were serving? They're back again, and as good as ever. Also try one of our steak sandwiches, especially good on toast. V. & J. Cafe, Postville. Boyd B. Turner was reelected worshipful master of Brotherly Love Lodge, No. 204, A. F. and A. M., at their monthly meeting held last week. Other officers chosen were A. J. Palas, senior warden; Keith Waters, junior warden; A. C. Webster, secretary; L. O. Beucher, treasurer, and Elbe Christofferson, trustee. Donna Mae Renne Weds Edwin Monroe Tuesday Donna Mae Renne, daughter of Mrs. Elmer Meier of Waukon. and Cpl. Edwin Monroe, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Monroe of Postville, were married yesterday at Cale donia, Minn. The couple were attended by the bride's mother and the bridegroom's brother, Virgil Monroe They are honeymooning in Minnesota. Relatives and friends were guests at a dinner party in the Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz home Sunday, the occasion being Mrs. Baltz's birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zieman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Irving Deering and family and Mrs. Louis Meyer were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins and family. For The Family... This Christmas Give Come in and see our Fine Selection of GIFT ITEMS Silverware Watches Pearl Necklaces Birthstone Rings Masonic Rings Also Many Other Gift Items W. J. HANKS YOUR JEWELER AW»aY* oee »M ,NL " to S cubic toot HOMfFRUItRS We have them in various sizes to fit all your requirements . . . and your purse. Nothing you could give would be as welcome as an AMAtfA HOME FREEZER this Christmas. MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa 35-Pfece DELLWOOD" DINNER WARE $395 'Beautifully d e c o r a t K $^1$ with large floral sp- . tfetnl in soft pastel colors. Rc!:3wi?!|_ edge lino ... 6 dinr ;!;-«nSi *t| plates, 6 cups and saucmjiiiJj;! 6 bread and butter P ^'^S -Ssii 6 fruit dishes, platter Mr-raJEs pie, sugar and creamer Wft =?".v! 7-Piece JUICE SETS White frosted glassware with natural color fruit decorations. Choice of pineapple, orange or tomato. 8-P/ee e Cv 13& PARTY SETS S|95l A practical gift for serving tea or coffee with snacks. Has appearance of _ expensive crystal. Leaf shapM| plates' with matching cups. Genuine Pyrexware Flavor-Saver PIE PLATES 9-inch 40c 10-inch 50c Knob Cover CASSEROLES I'/J Qf. 75c 2 9t. 3 Qt. 85c $1.00 12-Pieco Pyrex GIFT SET m This ideal gift set aCiLftSSi consists of pie plate, S J »»K8**W baking dish, meas- SfcOf juring cup, casserole* giu-ia fand pie plate cover, 6 custard cupfQjWI with wire rack. _ LOUIS L. HILL Heating — Hardware — Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE HEADQUARTERS - for - CHRISTMAS NECESSITIES Snow Boy Delicious Apples Christmas Trees Large Variety of Christmas Candy All kinds of Christmas Nuts The Farmers Skori R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 2S|

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