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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1940, Postville, Iowa Page four. The Postville Urald. Postville Iowa. Postville Herald win. J. Khz Nabeil publisher entered at the Fos Toffice at Postville Iowa As second class matter. Iris theatre Postville Iowa thursday Friday and saturday december 12,13 and 14 Knut Rockne All american the Box office hit of 1940 out grossing in dollars and cents Boom town strike up the band and other grand pictures you Don t have to be a football expert to understand and enjoy this grand picture the most human and touching picture in All motion picture history sunday monday and tuesday december 15, 16 and 17 Edward g. Robinson in a dispatch from Reuters a few weeks Back this theatre gave its patrons a great picture in foreign in suspense action and thrills a dispatch from Reuters will hold you on the Edge of your chair. Edw. G. Robinson gives a magnificent performance. Also a great band act have you met Yvette sunday matinee at 2 30 Pitt. Wednesday Only december is Irene Rich and Chas. In Bickford Queen of the Yukon a Beautiful Northern picture. And tear Gas squad an action thriller wednesday night is the big night l. C. Schultz was a Decorah visitor sunday. Special soc Sandwich shop. Iodized Lime flour at $1.10 per 100 lbs. The Farmers store. Attorney j. B. Steele was a business caller in Waukon tuesday afternoon. Leo and Agnes Kneeland of Clermont spent sunday Here in the w. A. Kneeland Home. Gifts for the whole family at Schroeder s upper floor variety store. Or. And mrs. Lee Bowers mrs. Jack Casten mrs. We. Kozelka and miss Ralinda Lammert were in Dubuque on wednesday. By doing your shopping at Schroeder s upper floor a rh5ty store you save 15c on every $1 Purchase. Or. And mrs. Henry Johanson who had been living in the mrs. Enno Lub Bers House Are now located in rooms at the mrs. Charles Wegner Home. Nearly All stones used in rings were Cut in Europe. Result Scarcity or High prices. We have a Good selection now. W. J. Hanks. Your jeweler Bui Cole Relief agent at the Mil Waukee station at Hobarton was Here Oyer the week end visiting in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. H. D. Cole. Will Collins who until recently conducted a restaurant in Postville writes from his Home in Ossian expects to leave California to spend the Winter. Expert piano tuning prof. Karl Brandenburg will return to Postville december 16 and 17. Tuning is 3.00. Leave your names for tuning at the Herald office. Turkeys ducks geese and your order now for that Christmas and new year s dinner. Meyer four county hatchery. A Christmas program and lunch will be held at the West Grove school on Friday december 13, at eight o clock admission 15a everybody invited to attend. Anna Gruhn teacher. Harold t. Hangartner butter maker at the Mcgregor Creamery and formerly of this City has purchased the Mcguire cafe and together with mrs Hangartner took Possession last week. Or. And mrs. Ernest Brandt returned Here tuesday from a week s visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Christ Fischer in Tripoli. Christ is the but Ter maker in the Fremont Creamery near that town. Howard Humphrey son of or. And mrs. J. T. Humphrey of this City Stu Dent at the state University of Iowa at Iowa City last week was honoured by his fraternity Delta Upsilon when he was elected As their president for the coming year. Or. And mrs. Frank d. Rounds were up from Monona Over the week end to bid Good Bye to local friends since today they leave for Pittsburgh penna., to make their future Home. Since leaving Here several weeks ago or. And mrs. Rounds have lived at Monona with their son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Darwin rounds. At Pittsburgh they will live with their other son Clifford and family until they find a permanent location in the East. Open a evenings until Christmas Hanks jewelry. We. Horn of Independence called on friends Here monday. Iodized Lime flour at $1.10 per 100 lbs. The Farmers store. Otto Brandt living near Postville Junction caught a 16-Pound Badger on tuesday. Fred j. Miller j. P. Ellis Blake Rathbun and Fred c. Schultz were in Iowa City tuesday. Get your Coal at Hammel s flour middling and bran. Reasonable prices. Mrs. John Falb jr., and mrs. Amanda Phillips of Postville and mrs. Walter Falb of Elgin were Cedar rapids callers tuesday. By doing your shopping at Schroeder s upper floor variety store you save 15c on every $1 Purchase. Mrs. Damond Meyer fell on the icy pavement in Castalia while going to Church last sunday and sustained n fracture of her left forearm. For Sale several Duroc Jersey Stock hogs purebred Spring boars and one yearling. We. Monserud 5 Miles Northeast of Waterville Farmers phone.-8p. Orville Schultz instructor in the Oklahoma a. & m. College at Stillwater okla., arrived Here sunday night called Home by the illness of his father Fred h. Schultz. Leon Olson has accepted a position with the Oelwein Creamery and he and mrs. Olson will leave for that City about january 1. For the past two Summers has been employed at the Postville Creamery on a part time Job while the new position is a full time Job. Or. And mrs. Lester Harnack and Leo Foels drove to Des Moines thursday morning were or. Harnack entered the veterans Hospital for treatment since his condition has not been so Good of late. He remained there while mrs. Harnack and Leo returned Home the same evening. John Sebastian and mrs. Joe Harnack went to Owatonna minn., last thursday morning to be in attendance at the funeral service held for Herman Schmidt. They returned Home saturday night accompanied by mrs. W. L. Schmidt who will spend some time Here visiting relatives and friends. Meet the kids at Harold s 1 after the show Christmas mix or Peanut Brittle 3 pounds for 25c drink it and sleep 33c Brown sugar 4 lbs____25c powdered sugar 3 pounds for-------21c Bakers chocolate l/2 Pound for-------16c Monarch cake flour per package_______19c 5 Popcorn per Pound. 5c Navy Beans 4 lbs. For 21c Monarch mince meat two 9-oz. Pkgs-_____19c Monarch Cranberry sauce 2 tins for--------29c w. Elliott were pressing or. And mrs. R. J Waukon sunday. Cleaning and Gordanier cleavers. Geo. Of Lindi oth of Monona was a caller in Postville monday. Mike Dodge of Oelwein was a guest in the Home of Norn Duwe on monday. Gifts for the whole family at Schroeder s utter floor variety store. Miss Nan Cameron. Independence visited from Friday until monday in the g. E. Franc Home. Miss Cameron is a Cousin of mrs. Franc s. Mrs. K. E. Bowen of St. Paul minn., arrived saturday for a visit in the Home of her son in Law and daughter or. And mrs. J. A Myers. No Advance in our Diamond prices because we bought last Spring. Now is the time to make your selection. W. J. Hanks your jeweler. Fred c. Sehara has rented the Dick Sams residence in which the Don Amundsen family is now living. The Schara family will move from the farm West of town to their new Home on january 1. Or. And mrs. Richard Gulsvig Horace Gordanier and family and mrs. Nan Ewing enjoyed an Oyster supper at the or. And mrs. Vern Meyer Home Northeast of Postville on Friday evening. De. F. Thoma has been confined to his Home by illness the past week and during his absence from duty As Driver of the Star mail route his Nephew Willard Thoma has been substituting or him. Miss Florence Hoth returned to her teaching duties at Springville sunday. Miss Hoth had remained in Postville since thanksgiving due to the illness of her Mother mrs. Chas. H. Hoth. Mrs. Hoth. Who suffered a stroke at noon thanksgiving Day remains about the same. Marjorie Deering Violet Schroeder and Paul Schutte All of Postville and students at Coe College. Cedar rapids will take part in the special Christmas Vesper service by the Coe music department next sunday afternoon. Miss Deering will sing in the a choir while miss Schroeder and or. Schutte will sing in the Vesper choir. About 200 students will participate in the service. John a. Larson who has been operating the mrs. L. H. Schroeder form West of Postville the past year will move to the Leroy Bourdon farm Dii Miles Northwest of Farmersburg next Karl Walter of Elkader has mrs Schroeder farm and will move there when the larsons vacate it. Spring. In cd the mrs or. And mrs. Richard Gnu Paul Minn and or. Mid a Wlaton of Amos visited a. Week end in the Victor i Iii they were called Here by 7 of mrs. Frank Gates whoa Home with her daughter , mrs Gates is re Bort to better at this time. M 1 Christmas food specials for december 12, 13,14 and 16 leg Omar flour 49 Pound sack. Jello 2 boxes Tor. $1.70 9c Idaho russet potatoes. 15 la. Sack. 32c Sweet Apple cider per gallon. 65c Ritz crackers 35c Box for Only. 23c Lux toilet soar 3 bars for. 17c tomatoes 3 cans for. 25c Corn 3 cans for. 25c Kraft dinner per Box Only. 8c raisins 2 Pound sack for. 14c wheaties per Box. Or Kix Hills Coffee per Pound. M a Hurricane lamp and soft silk cake in flour both for. Christmas candies per Pound. Peanut Brittle per Pound. White raisins por Pound. Be 15c Cranberry sauce per can Only. Calumet baking powder 20c can. N 16c Candy nuts figs Date and Holiday goodies Geo. J. Meier pure food grocers r4 Santa says shop now at Hill s for every member of the family i have brought to this store everything of the newest manufacture for gift purposes suitable for every member of the family. From every Comer of the Globe these items have been assembled and your shopping will be a pleasure Here for father Mother sister or for brother and i Call your attention to the following suggestions Quaker Corn meal 5 la. Bag___________15c mixed nuts lb._______19c Pecan nuts lb________17c English walnuts 2 lbs. For___________45c it s Good for your nerves 34c visit our meat department for saturday _ 6�- neck Bones 4 lbs___19c pork liver it a a pork Hocks \ / p h g pigs feet j a v w for Friday and saturday beef roast lb._____23c Boston Butts lb.___19c smoked Ham butts_17c picnic hams lb.____19c 1 Harold s Cash grocery i 6 fresh meats groceries vegetables 3� for father electric Shaver Zenith radios bathroom Scales Aladdin lamps alarm clocks knife razors tools a  Iowa separator Butcher knives meat saw pipes smoking sets watches fencing tools blow Torch gun Rifle Gas lantern flashlight thermos Jug milk pail hair clippers Carpenter tools Spade shovel Hay knives log chains for Mother Revere Copper Woodenware from the three mountaineers Popcorn sets electric Bun warmers italian supper sets electric door Chimes artificial Flowers and fruits original Art plaques new electrical goods mix masters toastmasters Waffle Irons heating pads relish dishes salad bowls glassware electric Irons Selgas ranges Coppe Clad ranges Tea kettles set of dishes radio lamps bread boxes Kitchen Scales washing machines chop dish for sister Book ends mexican pottery skates shears manicure sets red Wing pottery California pottery boudoir lamps silverware desk ornaments pocket flashlights travelling clocks name Hare sleds toy dishes plaques novel glassware casserole roller skates fancy dishes Candle Sticks imported pottery Waffle Irons flashlights Surprise packages puzzles stick games major Bowes game for brother sleds skates skiis roller skates knives watches flashlights mechanical toys rifles air guns traps set of tools football tricycle shot guns coaster Wagon radio baseball outfits trains tools tool chests erector sets electric lantern games Micro sets. Chemistry sets Popeye new line of toys the keen Kutter store Louis l Hill heating hardware and plumbing

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