Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 17, 1947 · Page 4
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December 17, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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PAOK FOTTk. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA Postville Herald Win. J. Kllncbell. Publisher Cntered at the Postoftice, Postville, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—42c per inch. Local —Constant, 30c; Irregular, 35c Want Ads—10c n line; minimum 25c Locals and Readers 10c per line Card of Thanks $1.00 Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 17, 1947 IRIS THEATRE Postville, Iowa [ THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY December IS, 19 and 20 "INCENDIARY BLOND" / —with Betty Hutton. Barry FitzA gerald, Arthur Cordiva. Charles Boggles arid Spring Byington Three years ago last April this community was blessed (?) with its worst sleet storm in Iowa history. The film played Thursday but late Friday the power went off and we were unable to run that night. Saturday night several people were unable to get to town and the record shows less than one-third the normal weekend business. This Technicolor film is really the best film Betty has made. The color is gorgeous, the story is based on the life of Texas Guinnan. and all in all, it is the last word in entertainment. There must be locally at least 750 movie fans who never got to see it. If you are one of these don't miss it now. These older films are out- grossing new post-war films everywhere. VI SUNDAY - MONDAY December 21 and 22 "BLACK GOLD" Filmed in Cinecolor, this heart warming race track story is as good as they come and that goes for "Home In Indiana" and any- other similar film you care to name. The film is right in the groove for those who are lovers of horseflesh and that covers almost everyone. The film shows the training of horses for the races and the actual running of the Kentucky Derby is the background in which the horse, "Black Gold" comes home in front. Anthony Quinn, playing the role of a horse-loving Indian who is the owner of "Black Gold", has surprised the entire film industry with his exceptional performance. Others in the cast are Katherine DeMille, Else Knox. Kane Richmond and Raymond Hatton. Every person who enjoyed "My Friend Flicka" and "Smoky" should take a special interest in "BLACK GOLD." It is fine, clean and wholesome entertainment for every member of the family. SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. m »»MiinununiMUMiiMumnn internum II minim TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY December 23 and 24 "TARZAN AND THE HUNTRESS" —with Johnny Weismuller and Brenda Joyce This brand new Tarzan film is surely jammed with action and thrills. In fact, it looks as though the producers have injected every bit of thrill and action they could possibly get into it. These Tarzan pictures have no equal in appeal to the small boy and the small girl. Mom and Dad seem to go for these films, too. ALSO Charles Starrett and Frog Mill- honse (Smiley Burnett) in— "PRAIRIE RAIDERS" Lots of action in this one, too. Sometimes it seems good not to have a cowboy burst into a song just when there should be plenty of action. That is one thing in favor of the Durango Kid series. There is no music— all is action! Tuesday & Wednesday — are — . CASH NIGHTS ! Elrie Ruckdaschel left Sunday for Minneapolis. Minn., on business. Ed Gordon leaves today for Orlando, Florida, where he expects to spend the winter months. The Northeastern Iowa Masonic Fellowship Association will hold its December meeting in Postville Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Stuart Lathrop and children of Caledonia, Minn., were guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Loom is home. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Wagner, who had been here on a visit to relatives and friends, left Friday itor their home.,in... Clinton. Minn. r ^ v< "* Mr. and Mrs." Jolvn""D"yfie expect* to leave about January 1 for Los Angeles, Calif., to spend some time visiting on the west coast. ..,.-••'* '~The~5lTss"es 'Opal" and Violet Gordanier were in Des Moines the fore part of the week to attend a General Motors bookkeepers' short course, » p-'Kliss Helen Schultz, R. N.. is'"ex^ pected home tonight from Indianapolis, Ind.. for a several days visit to her parents. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C .J Schultz. . , , . . Mrs. Joseph B. Steele and daughter, Marilyn, were in Guttenberg on a visit to her sister, while Mr. Steele attended the income tax instruction school in Des Moines last weekend „ _ •Sirs. Tom Looney and family lastj week moved to Waterloo where they will make their home. The Ambrose Looney family will oper-^i ate the Herman Webb farm the" coming.year, _ / Arthur Burdick and Ross Thornton were at Monona Sunday to attend the funeral of Mr v Tornowsky. lumberyard manager^ who passed away last Thursday following a brief illness. Robert Burling and A. J. Palas returned home Saturday evening from Des Moines where they had gone to attend the income tax school of instruction held by the Iowa state bar association. Mr. and Mrs. Lester A. Neverman of Waukon were guests over the weekend in the home of the latter's mother, Mrs. John Schroeder. On Monday they drove to Cedar Rapids to visit in the home of their son, Maurice Neverman. Reuben Christofferson. who had been visiting here in the home of his son and daughter-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Christofferson, returned to his home in Cedar Rapids Saturday afternoon. Mrs. Christofferson remains for a longer visit. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans were at Cedar Rapids on Monday. "Ernie" Brandt is the new gas pump operator at the Phillips 66 station since Monday morning. The Milwaukee railroad shipped 17 decks of livestock out of the local yards during the past week. Miss Cathryn Stone returned to Milwaukee. Wis., Sunday, but expects to come here for a longer stay this week. Mrs. Inez Kiesau of Waukon spent the weekend here with her son -in -law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thoma. Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland I\nd family and Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and family were at Decorah Sunday to visit in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland. Fred Kamps, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamps and son, Jim, and Mrs. Ed Stoewer, all of Dubuque, were here Sunday visiting Mrs. Henry F. Eggert in the Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth J. Meyer home. Mrs. Carrie Kelleher has gone to Niles, Mich., where she will spend some time with her daughter, Jean and husband, before going to visit her sons, Robert and George, and their families. j Mrs. DuWayne Bulman is on her annual vacation from the REA office, and is visiting in Chicago with husband, and later will go io 'Jefferson. Iowa, to visit in the LyleJ Monthei family hqme^ .^'Trie"'OIsW " , impTement 'shop has a sideline this season. They are getting considerable extra work spraying evergreen trees with aluminum paint for use as decorative material at Christmastime. Utner —»— $$3L Grocery Specials Jack Sprat Blended Juice, 46 oz. cans, 2 cans for 55c Jack Sprat Pineapple Juice, 46 ounce can for 49c Jack Sprat Tomato Juice, 46 ounce can for 29c Jack Sprat Green or Wax Beans, 2 cans for 38c Jack Sprat Gelatin Dessert, 3 packages for 25c Jack Sprat Potato Salad, pint jar for 25c Jack Sprat Salad Dressing, pint jar for 29c Jack Sprat Tomato Soup, 10 ',2 ounce can for 10c Jack Sprat Catsup, 14 ounce bottle for .23c Jack Sprat Sugar Pie Pumpkin, 2 cans for 29c Jack Sprat Sauer Kraut, 27 ounce can for 15c Jack Sprat Milk, Enriched, two 1454 oz. cans for 25c Jack Sprat Salted Mixed Nuts, 12 ounce package for 67c Jack Sprat Maraschino Cherries, 4_oz. bottle 17c Jack Sprat Maraschino Cherries, 8 oz. bottle 29c Jack Sprat Hawaiian Pineapple Crushed - Chunks - Sliced JACK SPRAT Fruit Cocktail, Royal Ann Cherries, Peaches, Bartlett Pears, Prunes, Apricots, Boysenberries Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, three 20 oz. cans 59c Jack Sprat White Cream Style Corn, 3 20 oz. cans .42c Bulk Pitted Dates Cranberries Mince Meat Sweet Potatoes Tangerines Grapefruit , Navel Oranges Salmon Sardines Herring Cigarettes by the Carton Bar X Cigars and Candy by the Box Campbell's Soups Mixed Candy and Mixed Nuts FRESH OYSTERS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT SUre Harry Overeen went to Chicago Sunday night on business for the Falb Motor Company. Miss Margery Thoma spent the weekend with her sister, Judyth, a teacher in the Jesup Consolidated schools. The Odd Fellows will have work in the third degree Friday night at their lodge hall and are desirous of having all brethren present. Dave Erhardt moved last week from his farm southwest of Postville to Waukon, into the residence he purchased some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Stewart Hawk of Marion were here Sunday on a visit to the tatter's father, C. N. Hart, and her brother, J. F. Hart. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Jones of Dubuque spent Sunday here in the home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hilmer. Mr. and Mrs. James French of Lanark, 111., enroute to spend the weekend in Wisconsin, stopped in Postville Saturday for a brief visit with relatives .and frtenasr™-—--.., "Fred J. Miller, John A. Palas. Milo and Marion Olson, Helmuth Meyer, Otto Brandt, Keith and Lee Brainard. William Kozelka, Leland Walby. O. J. Bencher and Elmer Schultz went to Spring Grove, Minn., last Friday evening to participate in a bowling tournament,,. Mans Ellerhoff. former Allamakee county forester, was over from fWaukon last Wednesday and informed us that he and his wife are pow operating a florist shop in that pity. They will specialize in flowers |/for all occasions, an advertisement appearing in today's Herald. OUR MILK PASTEURIZED AND ITS PURE AND CLEAN Our first aim still is to produce clean, pure milk from our herd of cattle which are T. B. tested and Bangs vaccinated. As a second precaution, we are pasteurizing to insure the selling of the cleanest milk possible to our customers. A trial will convince you. GOLDEN DAWN DAIRY John J. Martins & Suns Postville, Iowa WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE. REMEMBER THE GOKDANIEH CLEANERS, 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. WANTED—We need a waitress At Once ! Good hours and good Wages, nice working [conditions. V. & J. Cafe, Postville. 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. Eat, drink and be merry this Christmas—feast in the fashion of the holiday—without budging on your budget. Yes—our low, low prices on all the traditional Christmas foods give you EXTRA SAVINGS--our Christmas gift to you. So, come to HAROLD 'S today and do all your Christmas food buying quickly . . . easily ... economically. Every department is dressed with super food values to help you serve more . . . save more ... on your Christmas dinner. 1 Qualify TtUat*. Rib Cuts BEEF BOIL, lb 35c Juicv, Tender BEEF ROAST, lb 51c Delicious ROUND STEAK, lb.__69c 4 to 6 pound Average PICNIC HAMS, lb.___49c 1 pound Roll PORK SAUSAGE ___53c Sliced BACON, pound 89c Smoked PORK LINKS, lb 65c Whole or Hair SMOKED HAM, lb.__69c End Cut POR KCHOPS, lb. 53c OYSTERS, pint 89c 96 Size GRAPEFRUIT Per Dozen Monarch Coffee, pound 49c Mixed Nuts, pound 47c Walnuts, per pound 43c Pecans, per pound 63c Chocolate Drops, pound 37c Peanut Brittle, pound 37c Old Fashioned Chocolates 89c Tootsie Fudge Mix, pkg. 33c Tasty Loaf Cheese, 2 lbs. 98c Lard, 1 pound package 37c Brown Sugar, per pounds 14c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2Vz can 49c i \. • . 1 ^^Bl v ^' i<y( ^ /ic f 'De-fit: 1 1 39c CELERY, Giant bunch 25c LETTUCE, Crisp and solid, 2 for__27c CABBAGE, Solid Heads, lb 9c RADISHES, Firm, crisp, 2 bchs.__ 9c APPLES, Delicious, »/ 2 box $2.95 ORANGES, Med. size, 2 dozen 49c CRANBERRIES, per pound 39c WE WILL HAVE A FULL ASSORTMENT OF FANCY FRUITS and VEGETABLES FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS FEAST SWANS DOWN Cake Flour, pkg._. HERSHEY Cocoa, l /i lb. HERSHEY Chocolate, »/2 ID- MARASCHINO Cherries, 4 oz STUFFED Olives, pint jar— BREAD and BUTTER Pickles, per jar__. Pick-L-Joys, pint— 46 oz. TIN Tomato Juice 2 PACKAGES Kremel Pie Filling. MONARCH Gelatine Dessert _. i .49c if -25c p -41c | ////A HAROLDS CASH MARKET PHONE 111 POST VI LLE Inexfs But Pi Houis Gift Gift Item DRIPC COFFEE $ 1 Makes beautiful or after conta ed. B e a u t i semi-porcelain mim drip sect Christmas gift Metal mixer ai terless cover. ;lass bowl. KITCHEN Keeps 5 kitchen ed and handy, er with choice trim. TEA A long lasting attractive, sen Solid coppe chrome plated Tilt handle pouring. Heating — Hardware - Plumbing M OUR OWN HARDWARE Ba Postv' Frida muni Ope FIRST McGn SU1

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