Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 5, 1947 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 5, 1947
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Bgion Auxiliary llans Christmas Gifts. iThe American Legion Auxiliary Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, it in regular session in Memorial ill Wednesday, October 29, with [is. Cecil Livingood and Mrs.' Em-Livingood hostesses. Twenty- ,jr members responded to roll Mrs. Willard Schutte, .first ^e president, presided and wel- |med the new members present. According to Pauline Staadt, ,'asurer, all-requested cash con- ibutions have been made to the lartment office. rs. Otto* Fischer, membership [airman, reported that- the quota been reached but eligibles will welcome to join at any time, 'he report of the Allamakee mty school of instruction held Waukon October 14, was given Mrs, W. A. Kneeland, who, with •s. Willard Schutte, Mrs. Otto icher and, Mrs. J. T.' Humphrey, jsin attendance. ;Mrs, Ray .Douglass gave a report her recent visit to the Veterans jcility at Muskogee, Oklahoma. Mrs. R. C. Huebner was appoint- to have charge of the sale of the ie vents. Mrs.'Lenard Allen has completed jr autographed jacket project •om which she realized $32.60 iich she donated to the unit. Mrs. Ray Douglass, rehabilitation lairman, was instructed "to pur- ase gifts for the Christmas Gift jop at the various Veterans Fa- lities. Gifts suitable for wives id children of hospitalized veter- is are donated by units over the te and assembled where each ian may select the desired Christies gifts for his family. Stamped iristmas greeting cards will also >, donated for the veterans to mail their loved ones. The District News Reel was read , .Mrs. Winfield Masonhall. Pauline Staadt read the Depart- lent President's Message,-, also an tide on the Pan-American study Jjjpr the year, "Argentina." Mrs. R. C. Huebner gave a talk American Education Week No- imber 9 to 15 urging every person visit their school. Carpet rags were sewed during jje meeting. |§Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder drew the ^tendance prize. ©^Refreshments were served and a l<Jffi icial hour followed. Masonic Grand Officers, ' 200 Members at Reception The reception held for Ray R. Douglass, senior grand warden of Iowa Masons, at Memorial Hall last Thursday evening drew 15 pact grand officers and 200 Masons from the local and nearby lodges. • At the 6:30 o'clock dinner served by members of the Order of the Eastern Star in the basement of the hall, 80 local Masons, Grand Lodge officers and distinguished guests were served. After the dinner a meeting was held in the,'main auditorium of the hall and during the program talks were given by J. V. Gray, grand master, of Mt. Pleasant; John T. Ames, past grand master, of Traer; Thos. Wellington, past grand master, of Ft. Madison; P. B. Cleaves, past junior grand warden, of Cherokee, and Harold J. Gamble of Vinton. Other.high ranking officers here for the meeting were R. C.'Brown, junior grand warden, of Bloomfield; Earl Delzell, grand secretary, of Cedar Rapids; Herb. W. Braack, deputy' grarid master, Davenport; Ralph Fogleman, senior grand deacon, Callender; Thomas Lantz, senior grand steward, Olds; Warren Sides, grand marshal, LaPorte City; J. Ellitt Grayson, Cedar Falls. Local Girl on TSCW Government Committee. 119 Attend Reunion ^ Of the Livingood Family SCHOOL NEWS. Miss, Ann Douglass, daughter ofj Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Douglass.•"of Postville, is serving on the student committee which is planning (college government week to be Veld.! _at Texas 1 State College for WomerJjjeUogether in Denton, Texas, this week. She 1 B "-'- —~~ is helping prepare a questionnaire oh the college handbook which will be used in the programs at the dormitory house meetings at the conclusion of the week. Miss Douglass is a senior majoring in kindergarten and primary education. She is a member of L'Allegro Club, a literary organization, and the Cosmopolitan Club, a regional club. Also she is a member of the Modern Choir, the Student Council of Religious Activities, and a counselor in Sayers Hall. '-'"The Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Winter farmstead near Myron was the scene of a Livingood; family reunion Sunday, with 119 members present at the picnic dinner and PEO Inspector Here For Instruction School. Go-Getters 4-H Club Meets at Plah't Home. The Grand Meadow township Go- Getters 4-H Club held their monthly-meeting Monday at the home of Harvey Plaht, with eleven members answering roll call by telling a joke. Five visitors were also present. Eileen Block became a new member of the club. The members worked out an estimated feed budget. Irvin Meyer brought back record books to the club members and suggested ways and means these cpuld be improved. After the meetig adjourned, a lunch was served. Chapter FT, Iowa P. E. O., met at the home of Mrs. Harvey Douglass Wednesday evening for a dinner,in honor of Mrs. M. C. Berkley of Marshalltown, second vice president of the state chapter. Following the dinner, the group adjourned to the home of Mrs. Harvey Roberts for the business meeting. There Mrs. Berkley who had come as inspector of the local chapter offered comments about the local chapter and P. E. O. as a national organization. Mrs. John Falb entertained the chapter with a group of vocal selections and Mrs. Ray Douglass told of her visit to a P. E. O. chapter in Washington, D. C, during her recent trip east. j^wow i. - . i — i The reunion was field to honor Mr. and Mrs. Charles Livingood and five children who were here from Detroit Lakes, Minn., on a visit to relatives. Charles is a son of the late Mr. and Mrs. E. R. Livingood. He left here about 40 years ago to establish a home in Minnesota. He and Mrs. Livingood are the parents of 13 children. They left for their home this morning. Girl Scouts Planning For Postponed Hike. The Girls Scouts met at the school house last Wednesday and after the opening ritualistic work, they made plans for the hike which has been postponed because of bad weather and conflicting events for several weeks. . The Scouts will conduct their hike in darkness to learn more about the stars. During the meeting the girls learned about the 16 points of the compass and a lesson was given, on trail signs, such as stones, bent flowers and branches. The meeting was adjourned by singing "The Star Spangled Banner" and taps. ,_§| Dinner and supper guests Sun- Kfay in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ,|Charles F. Reincke were Mrs. J. W. Mott, Miss Dantie Mott, Miss Min|Se Hexom, Miss Clara Anfinson Jid Miss Marie Haugen of Decorah; |r. and Mrs. C. R. Carrier and Mrs. ignes C. Mott of Calmar. Entertain Dinner Guests At White Home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Don White and Cindy Sue had as their picnic dinner guests Sunday at their farm home Mrs. Kathryn Evans of Pueblo, Colo., Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Larson and .children, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns and Danny, Mrs. Eula Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. W. R. White and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred W. Groth and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Christofferson. The event was held in honor of Mrs. Evans who is here on a visit to. relatives.' |Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner en prtained the following at dinner their home on last Sunday Jr. and Mrs. Ewald C. Brandt and Jamily, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr jnd family, Rev. Eldon L. Seamans, Bale and Ruth Turner. PRIVATE VOICE -and — Local 4-H Club Girls Are Given Recognition. The Misses Dorothy and Marjorie Kerr, who are in nurses' training at the State University of Iowa in Iowa City, came Saturday to attend the 4-H party at Fayette that night. Both girls received several awards at the party for their 4-H work during the past year, Dorothy having the longest club reicord in Fayette county and Marjorie the best book in the club work, as well as a six year record. Norma Brandt and Geraldine Kerr were among others to receive awards in the reading contest and for long-time records. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sebastian were Mr. and Mrs. Les Thies and Shirley, of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Hotzel of Traer, Mr. and Mrs. Will Landt, Helmuth Landt and Wilber Moeller of Luana. Former Postville Girl Weds West Union Man. Mrs. George B. Welzel and Mrs. William Kluss attended the wedding of their granddaughter, Shirley Welzel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welzel, of West Union, to Kermit Roland of West Union, last Wednesday noon in the Little Brown Church at Nashua. The local ladies also attended a dinner given for the bridal party after the ceremony in the home of the bride's parents. BETTY TRUDO IS MARRIED TO DEAN ORVIS ON SUNDAY. Miss Betty Trudo, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Vetn Trudo of Elgin, apd Dean Orvis of St Olaf were married last Sunday in the Norway Lutheran church by the Rev. S. J. Strandjord. To Hold Open House On 50th Wedding Day. Mr. and Mrs. Dell Harvey of Castalia will observe their golden wedding anniversary at the home Monday, November 10, and on this occasion will have open house for .their relatives and friends from 2 to 4 and 7 to 9 o'clock p. m. Refreshments will be served to their callers who are invited to come to the Harvey home between the above hours. (Continued from page 1) ly\i Backhaus won a candy bar for Standing up the longest, j - Movies. Mi*. Babcock's biology class saw aymovie on "Flowers at Work." •The physics class saw "Simple Machines." ' Mr. Gosmire's shop class visited the Postville lumber yard on a two- hour tour. Junior High News. Those who received 100% in spelling the past week: Sixth grade, Lorraine Brainard, Noel Cook, William James, Charles Peterson, and* Shirley Price. Seventh grade, Daisy Beisker, Shirley Brandt, Shirley Buraas, Diane Douglass, Mary Dresser,, Kathryn Falb, Phyllis Mork, Frank Roberts, Norman Schroeder, Donna Schultz and Cletus Winter. Eighth grade, Ronald Gulsvig, Ralph Gunderson, Nancy Kneeland and Janice Schroeder. The eighth grade sponsored their first junior high party Thursday night in the old gym. The evening was spent in playing games and dancing. Refreshments were served by the committee. At nine o'clock the party was over. Everyone had a most delightful time. The eighth grade history class is having a current event period each Friday. On that day each pupil will report on some interesting current event read in the newspaper or magazine during that week. Firth Grade. N The following people received an A in spelling: Leonard Althouse, Mary Behrens, Janice Brown, Janis Christofferson, Janet Gordon, Judy Gregg, Jerry Gulsvig, Jerry Klingbeil, Junior Marting, Jane Ann Meyer, Gwen Mork, Francis Nelson, Janet Overeen, Fritz Palas, Glen Pealce, Dellene Schultz, Yvonne Schultz and Carol Schutte. Jane Ann. Meyer celebrated her birthday by treating the class to angel food cake and Mary Behrens •treated the fifth grade with candy bars on her tenth birthday. Third Grade. Lee Allen Eberling and Merlin Ames chose teams for a bean baa contest in arithmetic Wednesday. Lee Allen's team won by a score Of 86 to 81. They also won the flash card contest played on Thursday Second Grade. We are keeping a day by day record of the weather in science class—wind, sky and clouds. Roberta, Callie Rose, Duane, Susan, Nancy, Karan, Jay, Julienne, Wesley, Donna, Dorothy, Mary Lou, Allen, and Tommy have all read stories to the class so they have put colored books by their names on our reading chart. Major and Mrs. Robert Harrington and son were dinner guests last evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. John Falb and family. Howard Lennon and Mr. Norman of Kankakee, 111., Mr. and Mrs. James Lennon and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson and Francis, were six o'clock dinner guests Sunday, in the home of Mrs. Elmer Lennon. Howard and Mr. Norman were en- route to Charles City where they are Installing a 180,000 gallon pressure tank at the Oliver plant. PIANO LESSONS | Angelen Shope ] Telephone 336 I POSTVILLE, IOWA § iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii 'lace Your Order low For An . . . OIL NEATER vhlch you can use for Seating garages, milk houses or your home. They are ideal for hese purposes. Meyer 's our - County Hatchery Needs For Dreamland Children's Flannel Pajamas $1.59 to $1.89 Children's Knit Pajamas $1.79 to $1.98 Ladies' Flannel Gowns $2.59 to $3.29 Ladies' Balbriggan Gowns $2.98 to $3.98 Ladies' Flannel Pajamas, $3.39 to $4.59 Ladies' Balbriggan Pajamas* $2.98 to $3.98 Men's Flannel Nightshirts $3i98 ^^^^^^^S^^M^^^^^^^S^I^M ^Mffflfy I^^^J ^ff^^ liEPflj ^ •VHf^l m mx*>&2 11 HUEBNER'S Fall fashions in good eating decree gener­ ous'portions of fresh fruits and vegetables. Cut your food budget to this pattern for pleasing your family. They're downright low in price and few foods so good for you taste so good. Come in today and take your pick of our crop of farm-fresh, sunny-flavor produce. CHOCOLATE CHIPS, 4 oz 17c BUTTERNUT COFFEE, lb _ 49c SUPER SUDS, package „33c RAISINS, 2 pounds 30c PRUNES, large size, 2 pounds _53c A CAR OF 16% DAIRY COMING NEXT WEEK Phone or come in for delivery from car. Postville Feed Mill Phone 244 1 GRAPEFRUIT, 10 for —49c I HEAD LETTUCE, 2 large heads for 29c 1 ORANGES, Medium Size, 2 dozen- 39c 1 * WAXED RUTABAGAS, pound 6c MEATY BEEF BOIL, per pound —35c PORK CHOPS, per pound. 59c ROUND STEAK, per pound 69c HORMEL'S BOLOGNA, per pound —49c SKINLESS WIENERS, per pound 55c HAROLD'S CASH MARKET p H • • E 2 7 c ???crru2s'uA 5Wr *?avz£i j-, P 0 S T V ! .- i. t iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Hill JARMES' Jigantic Jumbos! FOR ALL THRIFTY NORTHEAST IOWA SHOPPERS 59c NEW GOLD SEAL GLASS WAX, FAIR TRADED, per pint This amazing new glass and metal cleaner was the subject of a page ad in last week's Chicago Tribune. Try it and be convinced of its miracle cleaning and shining talents. Good for those storm windows. BLUE BARREL LAUNDRY SOAP, OA GIANT BARS at 2 for only LUC Soap prices arc up again.—But not at Jarmes'. No Sir-ee! SKIPPY PEANUT BUTTER, Chunky d |J Style—Big 46 oz. jar at only That growing youngster's favorite at a real saving.! STARKIST WORLD FAMOUS TUNA, J|Vz pound can for only TjC Tuna is always good for a quickee snack and this price is 8 cents under market price. RED ALASKA SALMON, DelMonte £Q and Richelieu. Tall can for only__ U«fC This is the finest Salmon on earth and in most stores is a drug on the shelves.—Not in our store at this price ! Stock up now ! CARNATION MILK OA Small can 3 Tall cans OuC 2 for__ The Best Milk For Less—Always at JARMES'. 13c HEINZ TOMATO SOUP, 3 No. 1 size cans for only You can't beat this price for Premium Tomato Soup. 33c CIGARETTES, Any Brand, AT JARMES, per carton only. ALL TOBACCOS—10c Always at Jarmes' $1.75 27c DEL MONTE PRUNE JUICE, Big- quart size bottle for only__. Real health in a bottle—at a price that is sensational. JARMES' JIGANTIC JUMBO OF THE WEEK - - HEINZ OVEN BAKED BEANS in TOMATO SAUCE, 3 big 16 oz. cans LIMIT OF 3 CANS TO ANY ONE CUSTOMER. Just think of it—Less than 17c a can !- 49c We Salute Last Week's Winner of the Jarmes' Jumbo'Basket of Groceries MRS. ROBERT BURLING, Postville, Iowa "Ask the People Who Have Won A Basket of Our Groceries" YOU CAN WIN TOO ! Sorry we don't have a bigger store on Saturday's for you folks ! We suggest our customers try the Nationally Famous Swift's Summer Sausage and Juicy Wieners as advertised in all of the leading home magazines. ASK FOR THEM AT JARMES'! WE HAVE PROUDLY ADDED THE DEL MONTE LABEL TO OUR ALREADY CROWDED SHELVES! Look for it and ask for it at low prices you can afford to pay ! ALL DAY SATURDAY, NOVEMBER 8th . . TO OUR YOUNG AMERICA CUSTOMERS Big Double Dip Ice Cream Cones For A Nickel AND A FREE BALLOON FOR EVERY KID IN THE FAMILY * FREE! FREE! FREE! FREE! COMING SOON—WAIT FOR IT— A Stupendous Announcement From This Store! Watch For It In Our Ads. GLENN J. JARMES (J is for Jumbo) "A Great Friendly Little Store" • II

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