Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
10 Jan 1940

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10 Jan 1940

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1940, Postville, Iowa Page four. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher entered at the Post office at Postville Iown As second class matter. Subscription Price $2.00 per year in the u. S. A. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display._____.30 cents per Inch locals readers legals______10c per line want ads._.1 cent per word Minim in charge 25c card of thanks._______75c Cash with order on All mail orders. No poetry accepted. Wednesday january 10, 1940. Women s Outing gowns $1.09 values Only 79c. Luhman & Sanders. Going out of business Sale begins today at Sanders style shop. Quality merchandise at close out prices. Real values for a Low Price. Get your bargain today mrs. James Bryson left yesterday for Wisconsin rapids wis., called there by the illness of her brother Otto Mickelson. Or. Bryson took his wife to Lansing where she boarded a train for her , Waukon. Iris theatre Postville Iowa the finest sound in Iowa a thursday Friday and saturday january 11, 12 and 13 Mickey Rooney Lewis Stone Fay Holden Cecelia Parker in judge Hardy & son this newest Hardy family picture rings the Bell finer entertainment cannot be found than this one. Plan to see Mickey do his stuff a mint sunday monday january 14 and 15 Robert Taylor Greer Garson and Lew Ayres in remember comedy in these Days of War and a slackness in business is what All of us need to cheer us up. And comedy is what you la get in remember Lew Ayres Taylor and Greer Garson of or. Chips Fame Are swell in this new comedy hit also will Osborne band act sunday matinee at 2 30 o clock p. M. tuesday and wednesday january 16 and 17 the Honey Moon is Over a Fine comedy with Marjorie Weaver and Stuart Erwin. And Texas Ritter in Roll wagons Roll a Fine coming soon invisible strd7es" barricade each Dawn i dd3" secret of Young or. Kildaire South of the Border he married his daughter brother rat and baby everything happens at night peal happenings s6-Inch outings lights and darks. 15c value per Yard 12c. Luhman & Sanders. Our closing out Sale begins today and lasts until everything is sold come Early. Sanders style shop. Or. And mrs. E. L. Corson of Leroy minn., were sunday visitors Here in the Home of or. And mrs. Chas. Weihe. Miss Evelyn Miller daughter of or. And mrs. Wiliam Miller under went an operation at Postville Hospital sunday. Sanders style shop announces that they Are going out of business and All merchandise will be sold at close out prices beginning today. Egg prices Are the same again this week. Postville produce houses Are paying Lac for specials 12c for standards and 9c for number 2 s. Or. And mrs. Elrie c. Ruckdaschel visited sunday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Ruckdaschel s parents or. And mrs. A. W. Swenson at Cherry Valley. Leroy Kruse of route 2, Luana was Herald caller tuesday to boost his Herald into the 1941 class. He went to Waukon on business later that Day. Livestock business increased during the past week. The Milwaukee Road shipped 38 decks of livestock an increase of 10 decks Over the previous week. W. H. Burling drove to Cedar rapids tuesday morning accompanied by his daughter miss Bernice burling who was returning to her teaching duties j at Stephens College Columbia to. Albert Zieman recently sold the pro Perty he acquired from the Bart Fleming estate to j. E. Hardesty who will take Possession March 1. The place is now tenanted by the Harlan will mans. Miss Betty Mae Douglass daughter of or. And mrs. Raj Douglass departed saturday noon for yellow Springs Ohio after a Holiday visit in Postville miss Douglass is a student at Antioch College. Start the new year right save your Nickels and dimes to buy a watch Diamond or set of silverware on our budget plan. No interest or carrying charges. 5 months to pay. W. J. Hanks your jeweler. Or. And mrs. Edwin Mueller of Fredericksburg visited sunday evening with or. And mrs. Eldo Kluss. Or. Mueller is owner of the Silver Star Fox farm and the muellers were re. Turning from Waukesha wis., where they delivered 275 pelts. Miss Helen Wegner returned Mon Day to her teaching duties in the Nevada Public schools. She remained Here a few extra Days after her holi Day vacation to be with her Mother who underwent an operation at Postville Hospital. John Powell and Fred Miller drove to Waukon saturday evening where they attended a meeting of the i. O. O. Lodge. Plans were made at the meeting for a District meeting to be held february 12 in West Union. Committees were appointed to take care of preliminary work in arranging the meeting. Buildings at the old Postville Brickyard Are being razed this week. Harry Reinhardt and de Poesch have purchased one of the Sheds which has been taken away. H. W. Meier and c. H. Meier have each purchased a shed which Are now being dismantled. The buildings were sold by Harvey Douglass. Royal Arch masons from Cresco and Decorah augmented the attendance at the conferring of the most excellent master s degree on a class of three candidates by Unity chapter no. 62, Here last thursday night. Grand High priest Harry Sherman of fort Dodge was in charge of the Lodge work which was followed by refreshments. Or. And mrs. Kenneth Sanders and mrs. Gilbert Sanders went to Charles City tuesday to attend the funeral of John Sanders 62, who passed away Friday evening after a sudden illness. Or. Sanders was a Cousin of Kenneth and Gilbert Sanders and f. H. Luhman. He is survived by his Mother mrs. Clara Sanders of Charles City his wife and children Alton of Charles City and Evelyn of California. A i at the elevator j car of Green Arrow \ Lump Coal 1 now j i on track 1 Hall roberts1 son i Postville Iowa a ii in him a Wmma i Iii when you have cleaning to be done remember Gordanier cleaners. Or. And mrs. Cornell Riveland of Ossian visited Friday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Don Amundsen. A car of Eastern Kentucky Coal is on the track at Leonard hammers Yard this week. Put in your order now. Harvey Schultz of Postville will serve this year As a member of the grand jury in Alla Makee county District court. Marshall Swift & company of Mason City will have a showing of furs at Neilly s ready to Wear store on tuesday january 16. I de Kozelka of Hall Roberts son made a business trip to Minneapolis minn., sunday. He returned to Postville monday evening. Bring in your harness now before the Rush and get them ready for Spring work. Putnam s harness store. Or. And mrs. Theo. Kjosa of near Clermont and Arnold Baker of Cresco visited sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. De. Schroeder. Or. And mrs. L. O. Koevenig and mrs. Reuben Christofferson went to Cedar rapids tuesday where or. Koevenig attended a special business meeting. You pay Only 10c per Day on purchases up to $15.00 on our budget plan. 15c to 25c per Day on larger purchases. The plan for Thrifty folks. W. J. Hanks your jeweler. Paul Spaugy left by bus saturday afternoon for Sioux City where he plays trombone in Bernie King s orchestra. Or. Spaugy visited in Postville during the holidays with friends Lute Stone a resident of Postville from 1881 to 1890, passed away at Waukon december 31. He was married in Postville to Mary Barrett in 1888 and the family moved to Waukon in 1890. The widow and five children survive. The Alla Makee Board of supervisors have appointed Harold Morstad eldest son of the late Edgar Morstad whose accidental death occurred during the holidays to succeed his father As the manager of the county Federal and state employment office. Auburn Moose who is now operating the farm recently bought by Fred j. Miller from the Homer Jacobia estate has purchased the e. R. Schafer farm of 80 acres on Irish Ridge for $5,000, according to the Monona Leader and takes Possession March 1. Sub Zero weather interfered with the scheduled meeting of Postville Lodge no. 707. I. O. O. F., on Friday evening and As Many members were not present it was decided to hold the annual installation of officers on Friday evening january 12. At that time appointive As Well As elective officers will be installed into office. De. Nelson and a Crew of men Are at work on a water main Extension from the de. Schroeder Home at the West Edge of town to the Postville Creamery a distance of 1500 feet. An emergency exists at the Creamery where the Well is at a Low stage and the City water will be needed until the Well can be drilled deeper. It is estimated the Creamery uses about 20,000 Gallons of water daily at the Peak of production. Weekend specials j. S. Syrup Golden no. 10 can .49c j. S. Butter Beans Large Limas 2 cans for.19c 3. S. Corn Golden Kernel 2 cans for .19c Jack Sprat gelatine dessert 3 pkg. For lie j. S. Kidney Beans 2 cans.19cwith this Coupon _ full quart Jar of Dill pickles 10c Jack Sprat Tomato soup limit 5 cans 10i4 of. Can for.5c j. S. Pork & Beans 16 of. Can.5c peaches Mayflower no. A a can for Only.15c j. S. Royal Ann cherries no. Zyi can for.25c j. S. Prunes fresh no. 8ms can for Only .15c j. S. Peanut butter 11 of. Tumbler for.15c peas Mayflower per can.10c grape nuts package.15c grape nuts flakes pkg._.10c chocolate puff cookies lb.15c Black Pepper 1 la. Pkg.15c Sunkist naval oranges doz.15c Texas grape fruit doz.24c Jack Sprat Coffee la. Tin._.24c fruits and vegetables oysters Thoma Bros. The Jack Sprat store mrs. Mark Plaht left today for Chi Cago 111., where she will visit friends and relatives. Dress Sale Dorna Gordon and Shirley Temple $1.95 values at Only $1.39. Luhman & Sanders. The firemen Are entertaining their friends at their annual Stag party on saturday evening in the basement of Turner Hall. Marshall Swift & company of Mason City will have a showing of furs at Neilly s ready to Wear store on tuesday january 16. Bring in your harness now before the Rush and get them ready for Spring work. Putnam s harness store. Or. And mrs. Robert Wettleson Are the parents of a boy born january 6, at the Postville Hospital. He weighed 8 pounds and 4m ounces at birth. Or. And mrs. Don Webber of Mcgregor and or. And mrs. Adrian Riveland of Luana were sunday visitors at the Home of or. And mrs. B. H. Graeber. Miss Ann Swenson is taking a two weeks vacation from her duties at the Blue Arrow cafe. She is spending it with her Mother mrs. Tillie Swenson. Who lives West of town. Clifton Weihe returned to lamber ton minn., Friday to resume his duties As instructor of instrumental music in the Public schools following a Holiday visit Here to his Mother mrs. J. C. Weihe. Or. And mrs. James Davis of Independence spent the week end in Marshalltown where or. Davis conferred with Harry h. Frey Marshall county Rea project superintendent. Or. Davis is wiring inspector for the local Rea office. Or. And mrs. Harvey Douglass drove to West Union tuesday evening where or. Douglass presided at a meeting of group 4 of the Iowa pharmaceutical association. Or. Douglass reports that members of the association from seven counties were present to nominate candidates for 1940 offices. The annual election will be held March 12 at Manchester. Private Russell g. W. Johnson u. S. Marine corps son of mrs. Anna Lep pert of Postville Iowa has successfully completed his recruit training and was transferred from the recruit depot detachment to the second signal company Marine corps base san Diego California it was reported today by Captain Edward b. Moore office in charge of Marine corps recruiting Des Moines Iowa. Only specially qualified men Are selected for this duty which requires considerable aptitude being concerned with the transmission and receiving of messages by every Means of modern communication both visual and radio. Veronica Mckernan of in Stella is the new employee at Meyer s four county hatchery. January Whito Salel 81x99 sheets endurance 98c Saxon $1.09 Wear Well $1.10. A Luhmann & Sanders Harold Meland came from Omaha nebr., last Friday for an Over the week end visit to his parents or. And mrs. Peter Meland. Louis Schutte Phillip French of Calmar and George Dessel of West Union went to Chicago 111., monday on a furniture buying trip for the Schutte stores. Miss Lottie Gruhn has returned to her bookkeeping duties at the Farmers store. She was taken seriously nil on May 13, but has recovered her health after a Long siege of illness. Or. And mrs. Ray r. Douglass went to Corning sunday where mrs. Douglass remained to visit her parents or. And mrs. W. W. Brooks. Or. Douglass continued to Des Moines where he attended the annual Jackson Day dinner. They returned to Postville tuesday afternoon. Wednesday january 10, ig10 notice we buy calves every Friday. P Cas have them n t Tho Yards by 1 00 o clock to insure Early Sale and Early. Livery. The Farmers store. Ladies of various commercial club groups will attend their monthly Pat. Ties thursday evening. Glen Tyndell went to Dubuque on business thursday. he was joined by his father Joe Tindell who accompanied him on the latter half of the journey. Leon Henderson 36, son of or. And mrs. C. O. Henderson residing near Monona has been selected by w. A Grangard Alla Makee county Treysur. Eras Deputy to succeed Leonard Stock who resigned. Henderson will assume his new duties january 27. The last four years he has served As advertising solicitor and news editor in the demo cent office and before coming to Wau Kon he was employed in the office of the Monona Leader. 53 week end specials for january 11, 12, 13 and 15 pc baking pow a it _ Der 25c can. Xiv wheaties or count matches 1 f76 boxes for. All Ivory flakes of a Ivory soap i or _ 2 Large bars for. All jello up Kraft s Miracle whip salad dressing top quart Jar for. Quis grape nuts flakes a re 2 boxes for. X 1 c of idol it 25c Box for Only. It a folgers Coffee ?7p drip or regular grind dutch Cleanser a r 2 cans for. Atli fancy Rice on shredded wheat 09, 2 boxes for. A of baby Stuart Toulet paper 9c/� 1 Rolls for. A

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