Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 12, 1947 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 12, 1947
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snevieve Nesbit Weds V McNeil at Ossian./\ re an'altar lighted by tapers ranched candelabra, and bas< white chrysanthemums and carnations, nuptial vows were lhanged Tuesday morning at . o 'clock in St. Francis -church, iian, between Genevieve Nesbit, ighter of Mr. and Mrs. / A. C. jbit of Cnstalia, and. John Meson of Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Mc- The Rt. Rev. Msgr. M. J. en officiated at the single ceremony. The DeSales choir ftished the music and Mrs. Elmer fcharme of Eastman, Wis., sang Maria." /en in marriage by, her father, Ibride wore,an ivory satin 'gown sweetheart neckline trimmed; seed pearls. The bodice was and the flared skirt extended a train. Her fingertip veil of. Won net was edged in lace. She lied a shower bouquet of white |s and her only jewelry was a of pearls, a gift otthe bride- |rs. Robert Minger, sister of the Be, was matron of honor. Her jjrn was of blue taffeta, and she (tied white chrysanthemums, fearing gowns of pastel green salmon pink respectively an'd |ying bouquets of white chrys- hemurns, Mrs. Richard Hale, sis- [ot the bridegroom, and Alene ait of Columbia, Missouri, a i of the bride, acted as brides. Mary Jo and Kathleen Mc- nieces of the bridegroom, train bearers. They wore cal gowns 6t yellow net with nets of matching material, lands Kneeland, friend of the egroom, acted as best man, Richard Hale and Robert Jger served as ushers. _lrs. Nesbit, the bride's mother, • attired in a dress of cyclamen 16 r, accented with black accesses, while the bridegroom's mo- wore black. Their' corsages is of white mums, he reception and wedding dinr was held in Hotel Winneshiek, torah. White chrysanthemums pink carnations, lighted tapers a three-tiered wedding cake brned the bridal table. Irs. McNeil was graduated from Sales high school, Ossian, and ended St. Teresa's College in pona, Minn. For the past four ITS she has been employed in office of the REA in Postville. McNeil graduated from Post|i: high school since which time thas been engaged in farming. |fter a wedding trip in the east will be at home in Postville. frs. Emma Berg of Whitehall, fh., Mr. and Mrs. Taft Nesbit of ntague, Mich., Mr. and Mrs. Hendrickson of Holton. Mich., Alene Nesbit of Columbia, Mo., re those from a distance who at- jded the ceremony. Gertrude Henning Weds Ro|and Lawson at Nashua L-The marriage of Rojand Lawson and Gertrude Henning took place at 11 o'clock Saturday morning, Noy. 1, in the Littie Brown church at Nashua. The Rev. F. L. Hans- corn officiated at the ccremonyTN Mrs. F. L. Hanscom—ylayud 'the wedding march and sang the "Wedding Prayer" during the ceremony. She also played the "Little Brown Church in the Vale" following the ceremony. The attendants were Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Ellis of Postville, friends of both the bride an bridegroom. The bride wore a white silk gown which was of floor length with a finger-tip veil. She carried an arm bouquet of roses and white carnations. The bridesmaid wore a pink floor length gown and carried an arm bouquet which match ed that of the bride. A wedding dinner was served at 4:30 p. m. in the home of the bridegroom's, parents. The table was decorated with a two-tier wed ding cake trimmed in pink and white" and pink and blue candles were used during the three-course Monday Club Observes ; Its 52nd Anniversary. The Monday Club celebrated its 52nd anniversary Monday by entertaining the Club of the Hour at the home of Mrs. Elmer""Weihe. Joseph B. Steele, as guest speaker, gave a talk on the works of the F. B. I, and Mrs. Wm. Shope song two numbers, with Mrs. Alvin Thoreson at the piano. Corsages were presented to two charter members, Mrs. Mate Welzel and Mrs. Wm. Leui, and to the two club presidents, Mrs. Robert Hecker and Mrs. Laurence Hofer. Tea was served at the close of the program, the president and secretary pouring. The table decorations were in yellow, and chrysanthemums arid tall candles were used. The next meeting of the Monday club, .Nov. 24, will fall in National Book Week, and the program will deal with books and authors. Mrs. Otto Fischer will be the hostess. Mr. Steele spoke of the training given the young lawyers inducted into the F. B: I., of the 14 weeks of intensive work including marksmanship, and of 'the purposes of the work in dealing with subversive dinner which was served by aunts elements, such as spy rings and Grand Meadow Club Aids Friendship ( Train. The Grand Meadow Country Club met at the- home of Mrs. Lawrence Thoma Thursday with 22 members responding to roll call, and one visitor, Mrs. Leonard Christofferson. The Scripture lesson was read by Mrs. Harold Panncke. "The Old Rugged Cross" was the birthday song chosen for Mrs. Lee Folsom, after which the members gave the pledge of allegiance to the. Flag and then followed by the club song. It was voted lo send the birthday dues for the past year to the Friendship train. Mrs. Milton Schierhol.z gave a talk and also showed pictures which were taken while on their trip to the Black Hills. There will be a house-warming for Mrs. Will Kugel on Thursday afternoon, Nov. 20, at 1:30; each member is asked to bring her own sandwiches and dishes. The contest conducted by Mrs. Milton Schierholz was. won by Mrs. Clarence Reinhardt. . The December meeting, beginning at 1:30 p. m., will be held in the home of Mrs. Art Wagner. of the bridegroom. The bride is the daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Theodore Henning. of Postville. She graduated from the Postville high school and is now teaching school near Frankville. The bridegroom, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Lawson, attended Waukori'high school and at present is residing on his parents' farm. Ed F. Schroeder Given Birthday Surprise Party. Californians Honor Local Man at^Luncheon I /While. --lnT ^Californl .-i, Harvey Mrs. 'Ed. F. Schroeder pulled one of the neatest surprises on her/1 husband last Sunday you evey heard of. All unbeknown to Eddie, the following people came to the Schroeder home with baskets of food and proceeded to spread a din ner, the occasion being his birthdjay anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. E. A.' Hanson and Mr. and Mrs. Anno Baker and family of Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe of CaV talia, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs, Mrs. Lena Schroeder and family and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow and family. Mrs.Milda Waters, Dorothy and Jim, and their guest Henry Hepp, of Dubuque, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Schultz at Luana. saboteurs and men wearing uni forms having no right to them. He touched only upon subjects that are made public knowledge through films, etc. He advised careful reading of the news to be well informed on the needs of our democracy in the present crisis Announce Engagement of Kathleen Looney. Henderson Prairie Club Sends Gifts to Europe. The Henderson Prairie Study club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Irving Deering. Eighteen members answered roll call with their "first recollection of Armistice day." The hostess read the Scriptural selections and Mrs. Minnie Miller read a poem about Armistice day. Mrs. WiHard Meyer read an article about infantile paralysis. Mrs. Ernest Brandt's contest was won Mrs. Rudy Everman. The club tied two full-size comforters and a baby comforter to be sent overseas with articles of food and clothing donated by the club. Following the meeting the hostess served a luncheon. The Legion Auxiliary will meet in Memorial Hall, Wednesday afternoon, Nov. 19, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Lucile Hein and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland will be the hostesses. Note change in date. LDouglass was entertained at a one o'clock luncheon Friday noon at the Tick Tock Inn in Hollywood, given by Mrs. Lucy Chriss, and at which the following former Postville residents were guests: Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cornell, Mr. and Mrs. Frank (Tim) Eaton, Mrs. Mary Eaton Herzig, Mrs. Alice Eccleston (Mrs. Eaton's sister), Mrs. O. B. Kemp, Mr. and Mrs. Fred H. Luhman, A. L. Meier, Mrs. Euclid C. Marston in addition to Mrs. Chriss and Mj/\ ^ouglas^. -•• ^ Mr. .and Mrs. C. H. Hale of Platteville, Wis., came last Wednesday and remained until Sunday on a visit to Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hale and Mr. and Mrs. George Hueb'ner. Sunday all of these people were dinner guests in the Huebner home. Mrs. Tom Looney this week announced the engagement and forthcoming marriage of her daughter,Kathleen, to Mr. Santa DeMarini, son of Mrs. Adeline DeMarini, of Peoria, 111. The wedding will take place Thanksgiving Day, Thursday, November 27, in St. Bridget's Catholic .church in this city, at nine o'clock m the morning. . Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lawson. Arbe Bareis, Virginia Brown, Curtis Webster and Bobby Hanson were at Decorah Sunday where the Little Switzerland Motorcycle Club had "a picnic dinner in the community building. TIMELY VALUES Entertains at Dinner. Mrs. Paul Moser entertained the fol owing guests at a 6:30 o'clock, dir ner Wednesday evening in honor/ of her husband's birthday anniversary: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Demo and Owen Robert, and Mr. ahd Mrs. D. H. Fritz of McGregor, .and Mr. and Mrs. John Moser of Guttenberg. Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Heckman and family and Donald Jensen were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Foster Burroughs and son at Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. E, J. Overland of Decorah, who had just returned from a trip to Montana and other western states were here Sunday, and together with Mr. and Mrs. James Overland and children were guests at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Overland and family. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson had as their Sunday dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Harry Helgerson, Mrs. Julia Helgerson, Tom Olson, Mr. and Mrs. Martin Amundson and sons, Victor and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson and daughters. DEAD GEESE. A Fenton duck hunter had a disappointing experience. He crawled almost half a mile through mud and undergrowth to get a shot at some wild geese, only to find he was stalking some decoys set up by four Algona hunters. THERE'S GRAND EATING PLEASURE IN EVERY SUNNY MEASURE lub of the Hour eets with Mrs. Thoma. iiClub of the Hour met Monday •ining at the home of Mrs. Neiling ftmn with 19 members present. t(£l call was answered with "True P cdotes." *ie following program was giv- tii "How to Read a Book," by (Jss Ruth Hilliger, and "American lumor and Humorists," by Mrs. Wham Behrens. The business fleeting followed, and the meeting JUs adjourned. ''"'The next meeting will be held 'Hftvember 24 at the home of Miss iFlcirence Hoth. 50 lb. bag for__ 5 pound bag for. $4.45 __45c Betty Crocker Apple Festival Recipes available at our store. Avoid Frtcit-Upi, Cracked Slacks. Co«Wy Rtpaln Witt :OAST-TO-COAST m ANTIFREEZE |A Better AnthFreexe tor Less •it laktbltor prefects y«hr ••tor fr*M carrot lea. Ml (Ml retards avap«r«tiM. na ad*is* you Uw quaaHty.Tou 4 '•> «tapbl* wiatet protection. rOU SAVE WHEN rOU BRING YOUR >WN CONTAINER >UGLA8 B. LOOM1S. Prop. APPLES .. Washington Jonathans, box $2.89 Ben Davis, per basket $2.29 A good all-purpose apple. Grapefruit, 96 size, 10 for 47c Oranges, Sunkist, 288 size, 3 dozen 59c Standby Spinach, 2 No. 2 cans for 39c Standby Peas, 2 No. 2 cans for _—__41c Standby Cream Corn, 2 No. 2 cans for 41c Standby Whole Kernel Corn, 2 No. 2 cans 41c Standby Mixed Vegetables, 2 No. 2 cans 37c Standby Green Beans, Whole or Cut, v 2 No. 2 cans for _ _ 45c Standby Tomatoes, 2 No. 2 cans for 48c Standby Diced Beets, 2 No. 2 cans for 29c Standby Diced Carrots, 2 No. 2 cans for 29c Standby Sauer Kraut, 2 No. 2 cans for 23c Standby Pumpkin, 2 No. 2 cans for _49c POTATO SPECIAL! Get your Potatoes NOW before the price advances ! No. 1 North Dakota Cobblers „__$3.05 No. 1 Idaho Russetts $4.99 The Farmers Store Penny for penny, pound for pound—fresh produce is the best of all food buys because there's grand eating pleasure in every sunny measure. And fresh produce is where we shine. We bring you the pick of the crop from America's perpetual summer-lands . . . sun drenched with flavor—rich in vitamins. Be sure you shop at oiTr produce counter — fancy quality vegetables at the plainest of every day prices. JARMES' Jigantic Jumbos! FOR ALL THRIFTY NORTHEAST IOWA SHOPPERS Shop at the Great Friendly Little Store save money and cut your food costs Every Day of the Year ! Robert A. Johnston Famous Graham Crackers 1 pound box—23c; 2 pound box—45c We also have a newly arrived stock of Johnston's fancy and Chocolate Cookies. They, along with Johnston's Grahams, are to particular appetites what peanuts are to elephants—a delicious, delectable necessity. —— — 1 , — I (fres\Fmts ORANGES—Sweet and juicy, 3 dozen 39c APPLES—York Imperials—For eating or Cooking, 3 pounds for 25c CELERY—Crisp, tender, pascal, bunch 25c TOMATOES—1 pound celo tube for 29c Pumpkin, Monarch No. 2 can ___17c Pitted Dates, lb.___35c Walnut Meats, Y 2 pound 69c Corn, Cream Style_19c Cheese, Tasty Loaf, 2 pounds 98c Mince Meat, 36 oz. jar for__L65c HILLS BROS. COFFEE, lb. 49c VEL—A Bargain Price—2 pkg8 .L _.49c IVORY SOAP, 3 bars for 35c HAM—A Real Buy! Light Weight! Shank half, lb. 57c; Butt half, lb. 61c BEEF ROASTS, per pound 51c I R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 LARD—Wilson'* or Hormels, lb._ 31c 1 SKINLESS WIENERS, per pound 53c | HAROLD'S CASH MARKET PHONE 11 PC5'Vu,.£ And Speaking of Peanuts . . . Just arrived a big Jumbo shipment of JARMES' FAMOUS JUMBO PEANUTS 25c PER POUND They're Fresh! They're Good! They're the Nuts! We like to handle peanuts because we like elephants— so, as a result, we handle only the best—fresh roasted— and we are out this year to beat our last year's sales records on peanuts, when we more than outsold any store our size in Iowa. Ask the wholesaler! DEL MONTE CATSUP, 0£ Large 14 ounce bottle for __iUC Another big shipment of Del Monte goods arrived this week, including Del Monte Fruit Cocktail and Fruits For Salad and Bartlett Pears in heavy syrup. CHASE & SANBORN'S COFFEE, A rj No Limit. Per pound only TT I C • THE COFFEE SPECIAL. OF THE WEEK ANYWHERE ! At least 5c per pound under the present market price ! STOCK UP NOW ! PINK SALMON—Tall can CO A Big Savings at per can 30C Last week we featured Del Monte Red Salmon at 10c below market and sold more in one week than ,\ve did all last year. This is another 10c savings on Pink Salmon. A PLUG FOR A LOCAL POSTVILLE PRODUCT— POSTVILLE'S POTATO BREAD, | /• A big loaf for only IDC If you haven't had a tasty treat lately on good Potato Bread—Try Postville's own Potato Bread and you will see what we mean. Since we've adopted this particular bread in our store we've sold it like hot cakes. We Salute Last Week's Winner of Jarmes' Jumbo Basket of Groceries MRS. E. L. KENNETT, Postville, Iowa —A SOLID BOOSTER FOR JARMES' LITTLE STORE EVER SINCE THEY CAME TO POSTVILLE. MAYBE YOU WILL BE THIS WEEK'S WINNER ! HAVE, YOU TRIED GRAF'S FAMOUS BEVERAGES LATELY? FOR THIS WEEK WE ARE FEATURING GRAF'S TOM COLLINS MIXER, «|Q 3 big bottles for only «J «?C Also White Soda, Root Beer, Cherry and Ginger Ale WE'VE JUST BEEN GIVEN AN EXCLUSIVE ON THE FAMOUS LINE OF . . . VICTOR FLOURS, CORNMEAL and PANCAKE MIXES OF CRETE, NEBRASKA Try anv of the lines and be convinced you've found the old time BEST. finally A Beautiful Mixing Bowl Free with each sack of Flour as a get acquainted offer ! The sacks are beautiful prints also. Believe it or not—some even come in Circus Design Prints. Ask us to show them to you ! FELS NAPTHA LAUNDRY SOAP, f What A Bargain! 'Nuff said! 2 lor LuC ANNOUNCING OUR PREMIUM OF THE MONTH FOR YOU FINE FOLKS— The New Hollywood Grill Plate, AH Plastic . . . For just 49c No strings attached. You don't have to buy anything else. Warning—They are going out fast and that will be our allotment for the month. Watch for our different Premium of the Month every month'. Something Different For You. THANKS TO Bob Douglass. Hall Roberts. Glenn Peake and Otto Oldag for beautiful new additions to our elephant herd. If things go as they are now the Jarmes Brothers may have a live mascot elephant by spring to go with the Red Ceiling Store. FREE! FREE! SATURDAY ONLY A Big Piece of Rich, Creamy Caramel Candy FOR EVERY KID IN THE FAMILY OF OUR FRIENDS— "OUR GROCERY CUSTOMERS!" Come early and don't be disappointed — because there just isn't enough Caramel Candy made to take care of all our friends. GLENN J. JARMES (J is for Jumbo) "A Great Friendly Little Store II

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