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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 13, 1940, Postville, Iowa Page four. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Postville Herald we. Katiff Bali publisher entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa is 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 minimum charge 25c card of thanks.___.75c Cash with order on All mail orders no poetry accepted. Wednesday March 13, 1940. Lloyd Bruce was a business visitor at Sauki saturday morning. Unity chapter no. 62, r. A. M., will have work in the Royal Arch degree on thursday March 21, at 8 o clock Iris theatre Postville Iowa the finest sound in Iowa thursday Friday and saturday March 14," 15 and 16 Bob Hope and Paulette Goddard in the cat and the Canary the original daddy of All mystery pictures. It will give your Goose pimples Goose there s a lot of comedy in it. Too. If you re very nervous if you have a weak heart better not see it. It is a real thriller. Look at these Fine Short subjects Southern Alaska a technicolor travel talk. Captain Spanky s show boat a Side splitting our ski Birds a grand sport reel. Immell sunday monday March 17 and 18 Babara Stanwyck and Fred Macmurray in remember the night one of the year s finest dramas is this Story of a bad girl who fell for a Good boy. There s More drama More pathos and More heart Appeal in remember the night than in dark Don t be one of the few who failed to see it sunday matinee at 2 30 o clock p. tuesday and wednesday March 19 and 20 Charlie Chan in Panama and the Llano kid a Fine Western with a Brilliant musical background. Coming soon Balalaika he married his wife Gulliver s travels Little old new York the shop around the Corner i take this woman seventeen Broadway Melody Congo ma1sd3" gone with the wind grapes of weath peal happenings or. And mrs. Lloyd Putnam drove to Decorah sunday for a Short visit. Irene Meier has been absent from the Irene shop since thursday due to illness. Or. And mrs. Carl c. Sander Hazel Ewing and Lottie Gruhn were visitors in Waterloo thursday. Charles Fay of Waterloo spent last week on his farm seven Miles South of Postville. Near Gunder. Or. And mrs. C. F. Meier drove to fort Atkinson sunday evening where they visited with friends. Or. And mrs. John c. Martens Are rejoicing Over the arrival of a baby girl born to them wednesday evening. Make your old clothes serviceable and old clothes like new. Gordanier clean ers. Or. And mrs. Al Bobby and family of Shell Rock visited saturday evening with or. And mrs. Ivan Blackmer and family. Or. And mrs. Leo Brainard and daughter Carol were dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Louis Harnack. Frank Severn Frank Vondersitt and Harley j. Hills of the state Highway garage went to Cresco tuesday morning on business. Bring in your harness now before the Rush and get them ready for Spring work. Putnam s harness store. Visitors sunday evening at the Harold Schroeder Home were or. And mrs. L. G. Meyer and or. And mrs. E. A. Reiners All of West Union. Or. And mrs. Ross Thornton and family of Frankville have moved to the Simon Schnuelle farm located about seven Miles Northwest of Postville. Or. And mrs. Herman Ruckdaschel of Utica Nebraska came tuesday afternoon to attend the funeral of or. Ruckdaschel s Uncle Christ Ruckdaschel. The marriage of miss Margaret rein Hardt of Elon and Joe Johnson of Wau Kon was performed tuesday at Wau Kon. The Reinhardt were formerly residents of Postville. Mrs. Elmer Schultz and son Donald mrs. Keith Gray and son Earl and mrs. Kenneth Schultz drove to Iowa City saturday. After a Short visit they returned to Postville saturday evening. Anticipating Advance in prices we bought a Large selection of Small diamonds hand % Carat. Our prices Are lower than most dealers Are quoting. Better see these now. W. Hanks your jeweler. Jack Bush a student of Iowa state teachers College Cedar Falls and or. And mrs. Don Bush of Algona arrived saturday for a Short visit at the Home of or. And mrs. A. W. Bush. Jack had been visiting in Algona since thursday with his brother and sister in Law. Or. And mrs. Don Bush returned to Algona on the Early monday morning train. Jack stayed until tuesday when he returned to school in time for the opening of the third Quarter. Weekend specials Jack Sprat Kraut Large can.10c Jack Sprat Oats 3 la. Pkg.17c j. S. Beets diced 2 cans.19c j. S. Spinach two 27-oz. Cans.29c with this Coupon Jack Sprat Pancake flour 3-lb. Package for lie tomatoes May 2 cans for_____.15c Salmon May 2 cans for.35c raisins May 2-ib. Pkg. For.-----15c Lye Mayflower 2 cans for_.15c with this Coupon Jack Sprat self rising buckwheat Pancake flour 3 Pound package 13c Corn j. S. Golden Kernel per can Only._._._____.10c 3. S. Gelatin dessert 4 pkgs.19c j. S. Apple juice cider can.5c Orange grape fruit juice combined per can .10c Sunkist Navel oranges Sweet and Juicy Large dozen.35c Texas grape fruit dozen.29c Sunkist Lemons a dozen.17c carrots Green top bunch.______.5c new York Baldwin apples 6 pounds for_________-.25c Jack Sprat Coffee la. Tin.____.24c Jelly Bird eggs ponnd____.______.10c marshmallow eggs coloured lb.l7c fruits and vegetables oysters Thoma Bros. The Jack Sprat store j. F. Fisher made a Short business trip to Garnavillo saturday afternoon or. And mrs. Eldo Schutte and family of Castalia were shoppers in Postville Friday. Eugene r. Birdsell of Frankville was a business caller in Postville on tuesday morning mrs. John Mundt and daughter mar Ion Mundt of Castalia shopped thursday afternoon in Postville. Twenty decks of livestock were shipped from Postville during the past week via the Milwaukee Road. Fred j. Miller returned thursday from Des Moines where he attended the Iowa Independent Oil dealers convention. Or. And mrs. W. A. Kneeland drove to Clermont sunday evening to visit or. Kneeland s Mother mrs. Lizzie a. Kneeland. Buy a watch or piece of jewelry from your jeweler the Man who knows such merchandise. Respectfully w. Hanks. Or. And mrs. Philman Engelhardt and family of Luana visited sunday afternoon in the Home of or. And mrs. A. C. Meyer. Or. And mrs. Perry Cook of Waterloo came sunday for a visit with the Burr and Everett Cook families. They returned Home sunday evening. O. Dickman and his three Sisters Amanda Dickman Malinda Dickman and mrs. Harvey Wirkler of Garnavillo were visitors in Postville saturday afternoon. New Spring jackets and sweaters in pastel shades have just been received. Priced at is. Neilly ready to Wear shop. Or. And mrs. Milo Meyer and daughter Carol Lee went to Clermont sunday where they visited mrs. Meyer s father Gilbert Hanson. They returned Home sunday evening. Postville s Street flusher was put in operation for the first time saturday afternoon. Street commissioner we. H. Hein was at the wheel giving the streets in the business Section of town a cleaning. Or. And mrs. Harvey Douglass and family drove to Fredericksburg sunday to visit mrs. Douglass father j. D. Herrick and her brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Ben Herrick. They returned Home sunday evening. Or. And mrs. Herbert Meyer and family went to Caledonia minn., on Friday to visit relatives. Jerry Meyer stayed in Eitzen minn., with his grandparents for a week s visit and his parents returned Home sunday evening. Miss Loretta Horgan of Sumner Jean Horgan of Somers Harry Carney of new Hampton and Russell Brown of Sumner visited sunday at the Home of the Horgan Sisters parents or. And mrs. E. Horgan. Jean who teaches at Somers remained for a week s visit As her school is closed this week because of illness in the Somers Community. We Are in receipt of a Post card from Ada Brown Thrush of Woodmere n. Y., who wrote the interesting account last week of the first Postville High school commencement program. She writes i wish to thank you for publishing my letter. Also for sending out the copies of your paper. I enjoyed looking Over the paper and finding a few familiar cloy Waters of Burlington spent sunday and monday in Postville at the Home of his brother and sister in Law or. And mrs. Eaton Waters. Other visitors at the Waters Home sunday were or. And mrs. Leo Samek mrs. Anna Thomas Earl Thomas and miss Charlotte Tysland All of Waukon. Mrs. Samek is a sister and Earl Thomas is a brother of mrs. Waters. Mrs. Nan Ewing received word that her brother Abraham Willis had passed away at Johnstown col., and she left wednesday to attend the funeral. Her son and daughter in Law or. And mrs. Robert Ewing of Tripoli came to Postville and mrs. Ewing accompanied them As far As Cedar rapids where she took the City of Denver a fast train in order to reach Johnstown at the earliest possible time. Or. And mrs. Leo Kneeskern Are the parents of a baby boy born saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Henry Klinkenberg of Monona visited friends in Postville Friday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Emmet Schutte of Luana were sunday visitors at the or and mrs. F. D. Sebastian Home. Or. And mrs. C. Becker of do i Moines were visitors saturday at the Home of or. And mrs. J w. Myers. Or. And mrs. Will Shafer and son John of Waukon visited sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. C. C. Hoth. Phyllis Clark of Fayette arrived monday at the Home of or. And mrs. Carl e. Cox. She plans on visiting Here for several Days. Or. And mrs. B. H. Gun Cher and daughter Susan went to Mcgregor sunday afternoon for a visit wit i or. And mrs. Don Webber. Buy easter candies rabbits bunnies chickens Etc. At the 5c to $1.00 store. Mrs. A Koevenig proprietor. Egg prices Are the same again this week. Prices being paid by local produce houses Are 14c for specials 12c for standards and 10c for number 2 s. Or. And mrs. Gregg Gable of to Nona visited sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. A. C. Meyer or. Gable manages the Meyer Branch hatchery at Monona. Or. And mrs. Geo. Sebastian went to Decorah sunday night accompanied by Leo Sebastian and Ernest Over land Luther College students who had visited Here Over the week end. Or. And mrs. Harry Gordon and family moved to the Geo. Sander farm four Miles Northeast of Postville last week. The Gordon family formerly lived in this Vicinity but had been located in Minneapolis minn., for the past two years. Volunteer workers have been painting Walls ceiling and furniture of the beginners department room in the Community presbyterian Church. They Are h. W. Meier Lloyd d. Walter and Edwin Gordon. Several new pictures have been purchased and they will be presented on easter sunday. Or. And mrs. Harvey h. Douglass went to Mancheste tuesday afternoon to attend a six o clock dinner and program of group four of the Iowa pharmaceutical association. Or. Douglass presided during the annual meeting of the association which followed the dinner. The annual election of officers was held at this meeting. Wall paper i have in Stock my full line of 1940 patterns of Wall paper at prices that will Surprise you. Call and look them Over before buying elsewhere. Also will furnish you estimate prices on your Wall papering problems put on the Wall and you will know just what it is going to Cost you before you Start and it will Stop your worrying what the Cost is going to be. Paste varnish and paint in Stock j. Koevenig one lock West of Bine Arrow Call Telephone no. 18-r if i. G. A. Cake flour 10, 44 ounce pkg. Vol i. G. A. Extra whipped salad dressing. Of a 32 ounce Jar for. A tick butter Cream Sandwich cookies or 2 pounds for. Us i. G. A. Sugar peas or 2 no. 2 cans for. Of Klondyke peas 07 a 3 no. 2 cans for. Ulk Farmer Brand Golden Bantam Corn on 3 no. 2 cans for. A do Winner Macaroni a j 2 Pound package. A acc puffed wheat a q Quaker 3 pkg. It Jelly Bird egg 1 of Candy per la. 1uc i. G. A. Pancake flour 5-lb. Pkg. With 11-oz. Opt a bottle syrup both. Do sunny morn Coffee on 3 pounds for. Oct sunny morn Coffee p-1 Pound for. Doc Royal guest Coffee Ftp 1 Pound for. Zipper style a mfr lined jackets. 1��j0 Black Bird 5-sew a k brooms Only. 40 c Orange special size 150 per dozen_________25c 2 dozen for--------49c saturday Only bananas per Pound only_____5c the Farmers store your l g. A. Store in Postville among the Many orders which have been received at Hall Roberts son this week was one from Newton n. J., requesting a shipment of 20 bushels of seed. The order was quickly filled. Another order from a Distant Point came from new Buffalo Mich. H. Koevenig of Albert Len minn., arrived tuesday evening at the a m. Koevenig Home. He is a son of mrs. H. Koevenig who passed Many tuesday afternoon. Paul Koevenig of Decorah was Here tuesday because of the death of his Mother. Wedge soap March 13, no i i and mrs Geo. P. Hartley its to Janes Vehe wis. Saturday Cven Iii for a -.mr. Hartley s Brothel and sister in Law or. And mrs. Hartley and returned Home sunday. The management of to anti Hall wishes to advise Atli people who have been Pat. Ron izing the roller skate rink that the rink has by 3 closed since Friday. It wat not be opened until further notice. I is week end specials for March 14, 15 and 16 peaches Opp per gallon can. 00\t dutch Cleanser to prunes top baby Stuart toilet paper i Rolls for. Abc jello of Dairy lard a 2 pounds for. Xvi Ivory soap i i Cocoa it 2 Pound Box for. Exc p. & g. Soap Ort 6 Large bars for. Us to Quaker puffed 91 a wheat 3 boxes. So Heinz soups Cyr 2 cans for. It c raisins. In Heinz Catsup to m 22o bottle for. 1/c Geo. Meier pure food grocers new styles new colors new designs new patterns in the 1940 line of a Wall paper unusual values that will enable you to redecorate your Walls with the finest Wall papers at Little expense. With paper As Low As 5c a single Roll you do the average size room for $1.49. The Douglass pharmacy thiere Quality counts taxes Are due taxes Are now due and will become delinquent on april 1st when penalty attaches. You can pay your taxes at this Hank As we have the tax lists for the following counties Alla Makee Clayton Fayette Winneshiek we also have the tax list for paving assessments in Postville incorporation. We will be pleased to handle your tax payments. Postville state Bank we offer a Complete banking service Postville Iowa member of Federal Deposit insurance corp 01000002010101000202020102010248020200020202

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