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December 24, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

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mi 9 ACM rovk. THE POSTVTLLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA iPostville Herald 3. Kllncbell. PubUsher Attered at the Postoflice, PostviUe, Iowa, as Second Class Matter. ADVERTISING RATES Display Advertising—42c per Inch. Local —Constant, 30c; Irregular, 35c Want Ads —10c a line; minimum 25c Locals and Headers 10c per line Card o£ Thanks $1.00 Cash with order on all mail orders. No Poetry Accepted. WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 24, 1947 IRIS THEATRE PostviUe, Iowa THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY December 25, 26 and 27 "IT HAPPENED ON 5th AVENUE" —with Don DeFore. Ann Harding, Charles Ruggles, Gale Storm and Victor Moore Here is a stunning production that is full of top notch performers, plenty of comedy, well produced with a good story. To tell its story right here would spoil your fun. Just take our word that this is a good film and you won't go wrong. THERE WILL BE NO MATINEE ON CHRISTMAS DAY! awmniiHHiimiiitiMiHiHiniHiiiiiiitiiimimiitim SUNDAY - MONDAY December 28 and 29 "THE TROUBLE WITH WOMEN" —with Ray Milland, Terrissa Wright, Brian Donlevy and Iris Adrian Here is a bright and amusing comedy that is literally packed with witty dialog. A pretty girl reporter on a college town paper is assigned to interview the professor of psychology whose new book, "The Subjugation of Wo­ men'', says that most women like men to order them about. By using her charms and by enrolling in the professor's class, she captures his interest in a big way. Ray Milland has never been better in his role of the bashful professor and Terrissa makes a cute college girl who teaches Ray a few things that he thought were the trouble with women. Here is a swell comedy drama produced by the company that gave you "Dear Ruth." ALSO one of 1947's most beautiful Technicolor subjects "ALICE IN MOVIELAND" SUNDAY MATINEE AT 2:30 O'CLOCK P. M. III^IMIIIIIIIIIIIHIIII TUESDAY and WEDNESDAY December 30 and 31 "THE SILVER STALLION" —with the most beautiful horse you have seen on the screen or anywhere else There is a lot of action in this grand film with a horse that will have you thinking of him for many weeks to come. ALSO Dennis Morgan and Jane Wyman in "THE BAD MEN OF MISSOURI" Here is a top notch "Western" made by a major company who know how to make "Westerns." This company produced "Dodge City", "Cheyenne", "San Antonio" and many other good ones. "BAD MEN OF MISSOURI" is so much better than the usual western that any comparison is ridiculous. Tuesday & Wednesday — are — CASH NIGHTS ! MERRY CHRISTMAS TO ONE AND ALL GAMES FOR OLD AND YOUNG OUR OWN HARDWARE. tors. Lynn Crawford of Frankville is a medical patient at Post­ viUe Hospital since Saturday. Mr., and Mrs. Francis Babcock left Friday night for Duluth. Minn., to spend the holidays with rela tives and friends. Are you having oompany for Christmas and the holidays? We'll appreciate having you phone us the news item for the Herald. Call No. 200. Miss Ann Douglass arrived here Saturday morning from Denton. Texas, to spend the holidays with her parents^_Mr. and Mrs. H. H. JJoughVssT 5 Willis Schultz, Neil Peckham and Edgar Nelson, who attend Iowa State College at Ames, came last weekend to be in their homes over "tiie^olidays. • , Mis? Borofhy Schultz arrived,' here Saturday from her teaching duties in Davenport for a holiday visit to her parents, Mr. and M LuverX:. Schulfz. Miss Ellen Gertrude Miller, a teacher in the Highland Park, 111., schools, arrived here Saturday to spend the holidays with her mo ther,J|ylrs.^Vlice Miller. '"\| /Gretchen Ziemari; AlarTBeucher, ('Jean Douglass, Mary Eberling and James Searls, students at Cornell College, Mt. Vernon, came last Friday to spend the holidays with theirj^rents ._^____t V"' " Miss Helen Sander and her friend, Douglas Bichard, students at Moody Bible Institute, Chicago, arrived here Thursday for a holiday visit in the home of the parents of the former, Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Sander. Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey received word Saturday that their son, Don, had submitted to an appendectomy in the hospital at Dayton, Ohio, but expected to be released in time to be at his wife's family's home for Christmas. Mrs. W. G. Bulman and DuWayne went to Newton Saturday for a visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman home. They also got Neil of Ames and Mrs. Du Wayne Bulman* who had been visiting in Jefferson, and all returned home Sunday. Jerome F. VanAllen of Chicago 111., came Satuday morning for a/j few days visit to his mother, Mrsj Kate VanAllen, who is staying at the Mr. "and Mrs. C. F. Meier home; at present. Mr. VanAllen is the husband of the former Flossi Swenson of this city. Grocery Specials Jack Sprat Hawaiian Pineapple Crushed - Chunks • Sliced JACK SPRAT Fruit Cocktail, Royal Ann Cherries, Peaches, Bartlett Fears, Prunes, Apricots, Boysenberries Jack Sprat Whole Golden Corn, three 20 oz. cans 59c Jack Sprat White Cream Style Corn, 3 20 oz. cans 42c 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'A 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 li '/i 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 Bulk Pitted Date* 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 Soaps Mixed Candy and Mixed Nuts . FRESH OYSTERS LADY BORDEN ICE CREAM SUGAR BOWL ICE CREAM Fred J. Thoma The JACK SPRAT Store WE HAVE A BIG VARIETY OF 10c AND 25c TOYS. OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mrs. Lloyd Block submitted to an appendectomy at Postville Hospital last Wednesday. Henry M. Sebastian of Nevis, Minn., was here last week to attend the funeral of his brother, Wm..H, Sebastian. WHEN YOU HAVE CLEANING AND PRESSING TO BE DONE, REMEMBER THE GORDANIER CLEANERS, POSTVILLE. Eaton Waters, who had been don- fined to his home by illness for several weeks, was able to be out and around town for the first time Monday. Miss Helen Tuttle, teacher in the Canton, 111., schools, arrived here ifriday night for a visit over the holidays with her mother, Mrs. Be^_E,.~T*ittte..*~. ^, Hall Roberts, who att'endiTCarle ton College, Tlorthfield, Minn., came Saturday morning to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. .Roberts. Pfc. Henry J: Monroe, Jr., Fire .^Nj^rs ^^mi-Tl ^J^ngbjeil. /The Misses Muftis GoTdanieT and wind hymn sing. (Marion Sonnkalb, students at the \ State University of Iowa in Iowa City, came Friday to spend the, ^holidays with home folks. C ^YSBl ScTiroedefr coach in the Dept. Sta. No. 9, M. R. O. D., For/ West Brook, Minn., high school, Lewis. Wash., is the new address 6f arrived here Saturday morning for this Postville soldier, son of Mr. a visit to his mother, Mrs. Bertha and Mrs. Henry Monroe! >» .gchroeder, and other_relatiyes. x\ \ The Misses Betty and Darlenel bouglass of Washington, D. C, arrived here over the weekend/to s^end the holidays with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Douglass. . Y We have a quantity of fancy~| Salome apples in bushel baskets which we are offering as a Christmas special at only $2.50 per bushel. Get them now. Willman Motor, PostviUe. Mrs. Gordon Stewart of Terrace Bay, Ontario, Canada, came Friday,| for a holiday visit in the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson. Her husband arrived here Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas M. Sawyer, Jr., of Ann, Arbor, Mich., arrived here yesterday for a holiday visit in the home of the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey. Today all expect to go to Waterloo to spend the balance of this week in the home of Mr. and Mrs. J. G. Clark. .—. „ • Mr. and Mrs. George Harvey, of Castalia, have purchased tha Old Pioneer Tavern and building.fown­ ed and operated the past eight years by Herman Haas, located directly across the .street from the city hall on Main St. The new owners take possession Jan. 1st and Herman will take life easy hence,-. ior^./tanSn ^'TTOMar'^^*-^ Street Commissioner Otto Appel' and his crew of men last week felled one of the huge soft maple trees across the street south from the Herald office. Another tree is to come down as soon as the string of Christmas lights attached to it is removed! Many people sought the shade of these trees in the summertime to park their cars and parking space under them was at a premium most of the time. • . Miss Delores Haase, student at Luther College, Decorah, was a guest last weekend in the home of her uncle and aunt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Bertelson, before going to her home in Parker, So. Dak., for the holidays. Another guest in the Bertelson home last weekend was Sgt. Richard Ellingson, a cousin of Bart's, who had just returned from Italy. He was enroute to Ft. Bragg, N. C, after a short visit to his parents in Parker, So. Dak. Coming for the funeral of William H. Sebastian last Thursday were the following out of town relatives and friends: Henry Sebastian, of Nevis, Minn., LeRoy and Harry Wagner of Clinton, Minn., Mrs. Edna Bpllman of Frankville, Mrs. Edna Knutson and Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sersland of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Bugenhagen, Mrs. Mathilda Stevenson, Henry Baade, Ted Baade, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Aulerich, Mr. and Mrs. George Aulerich, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Sabbann, Mrs. Otmar Bruns, Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdsell, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds, all of Monona, Mrs. Jennie Becker, Ronald and William of Ireton, Mrs. John Brangwin of LeMars, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klinge, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Landt and Helmuth of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Klinge of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and Mrs. John O. Meyer of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Anderson of Waukon, and Carroll Secor of Waterloo. JUST RECEIVED A SHIPMENT OF HI-BOY CLOTHES DRIERS.— OUR OWN HARDWARE. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Colton and son, Steven,, left Sunday for Rockford, 111., to spend the holidays with their parents. WE HAVE JUST RECEIVED A LATE SHIPMENT OF COPPER GIFT ITEMS. OUR OWN HARDWARE, POSTVILLE. Louis Hill, Jr., came from Coe College, Cedar Rapids, Friday to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and Mrs. L. L. Hill. Mrs. George Spurgeon and children of Galva arrived here Saturday for a holiday visit in the home of her mother, Mrs. A. A. Schmidt. Miss Kathryn Klingbeil arrived home Saturday morning from Hammond, Ind., to spend the holiday vacation with her parents, Mr. and FraricTs~""KheelanH, who attends Notre Dame University in South Bend, Ind., came Saturday morning to spend the holidays with his parents, Mr. and. Mrs. W. A. Kneeland. ™.We"have a cardTfrbm "Major and Mrs. Robert Bachtell asking us to change the address of their paper from Panama City, Florida, to Monona where they expect to be for the holidays '. . /Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schulte"*-ar<] here from Cincinnati, Ohio, to spend the holiday vacation with their parents, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard, W„Casten. . Gretchen Myers of Algona, Patricia Myers of West Union and Robert Myers of Chicago came Saturday morning to spend Christmas and New Years with their parents. Dr. and Mrs. J. W. Myers. John Moetsch, 78, a New Hampton resident, passed away a week ago Sunday. Back in 1869 he came with his parents from Germany and the family lived on a farm near Postville. He was a cousin of the late John Moetsch of this city. WANTED*—We need Ik waitress' At Once ! j /Good hours and good wages, nice working .conditions. V. & J. Cafe, Postville. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH Castalia, Iowa -7:30 p. m., Chil"The Christmas Eve- rcn's Christmas program, Name of Jesus." This program is being given by the church school and choir. 11:15 p. m„ Chrislnws candlelight service. Sermon theme, "Christmas Makes Us Children." Sunday, Dec. 28—9:30 n. m., Sunday School. 10:30 a. m„ Morning Worship. 8:00 p. m., The Luther League is invited to attend a New Years party given by the Luther League at Eldorado. Monday, Dec. 29—8:00 p. m.. Lutheran Brotherhood. New Year's Eve., Dec. 31—7:45 lo 12 p. m. 7:45 to 8:45 Evening vesper service, "What Will We Take Into the New Year." 8:45 to 1!:30 p. m. Fellowship hour and refreshments. 11:30 to 12 p. m. Devotion Clermont Clever Clovers ^Meet at Swenson Home. /The Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H C'lub met Saturday with LaVonne .Swenson, with 12 members and two leaders answering roll call with "Some traditional family event for ;the holidays." i Shirley Brandt gave a talk on "Laundry Center and Equipmcni." An individual demonstration on "Making a Sleeve Roll" was given by Peggy Kerr. A team demonstration, "Scoring Shoes," was led by Marilyn Follett and Darlene Olson. The club decided to have their oyster supper on January 3. after which Mildred Foley conducted the recreational program and the hostess served a lunch.—Kathryn Larson, reporter. Christmas is a good time to have a family group photograph taken. See or call W. G. Bulman. Seven decks of livestock went to market over the Milwaukee railroad out of Postville last weekend. SEE OUR LINE OF STUFFED ANIMALS AND DOLLS—THEY ARE DIFFERENT! OUR OWN HARDWARE. ALWAYS A NICE STOCK OF MONUMENTS AND MARKERS ON THE FLOOR TO SELECT FUOM. THE ROGGENSACK MONUMENT WORKS, WAUKON, IOWA. 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, Post ville. pBllinail !IIBIIiiai ![!lBlll!!lBlllB [Hllll*l!l !ll !!l]|l!l!IBtinil. At the Elevator COMING THIS WEEK Our carload of CERTIFIED MINDO and BONDA SEED OATS We have only a small supply unsold. If interested, we suggest you contact us at once. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa Put Your Chickens on PURINA FAMILY FLOCK LAYING MASH $5.65 per 100 pounds We can fill your orders for Hog and Dairy Feeds MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa No Sale! There will be no sale at the Postville Farmers Cooperative Sales Pavilion on the next two Wednesdays because of the holidays. OUR NEXT SALE WILL BE Wednesday, January 2 I wish to take this means of thanking the public for the wholehearted cooperation at the sales held since we opened our pavilion, and bespeak for it continued good will. It will be our constant effort to conduct them satisfactorily and beneficial to all. MERRY CHRISTMAS AND A HAPPY NEW YEAR Postville Cooperative Society Sales GILBERT FOLSOM, Sales Manager WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER K, J and Mrs. C.j n Mt Every flicker of the Yuletide candles lights the way for us to wish you a wonderful Christmas abundant with health, happiness and prosperity. And may we include in our greeting our sincere thanks for your appreciated patronage of the past year. We look forward to serving you in 1948. LOUIS L. HILL Hardware—Heating—Plumbing iearls • ne wa ng Burn •n Cktk The « ymoo» toiiday. t Cornc Vest] Ias;$ The, VI /ednesd aitlan >wedj> oem as era rest Seven a^lfji ordsai Merry* (n IM erald:,, blrthi 1 >re A Mr at '.'ihl» t New Year's Danci Sponsored by the w m POSTVILLE FIRE DEPARTMENT^ Saturday, December rs. Ha POSTVILLI^ MEMORIAL HALL - Music By PETE DOUGHERTY £ and his BAND OF RHYTHM The fc Chi cheer\ and kappint • No /, when Santa Claua is so busy making children happy and dispensing cheer all over the world, we t want to extend a warm and friendly greeting to > our friends. Accept our very best wishes for a Christmas season of unalloyed joy and happineaa. Willman Motor We Buy and Sell Used Cars WBIHIUflUUHIUIB

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