Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 19, 1947 · Page 5
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November 19, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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m m tDNESDAY, NOVEMBER 19,1941 THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE., IOWA PAGE FIVE. 8s Vivian Osmundson Kermit. Vanderbillfe. marriage of Miss Vivian Os- fdson and Kermit/ Vanderbilt solemnized at seven o'clock [rday evening at Zion Lutheran 'Ch in Castalia. . j^f rFfiae ~ls the •eldcsf'Smighter r, and Mrs. Clifford Osmund|,of Castalia, and Mr. Vander|s the son of Mrs. Ella Vander- jpf Decorah. fe Rev. L. R. Meinecke read the 'iu\ service before the altar de- Jed with lighted candelabra ffbaskets of yellow and white anthemums., ptial music at the organ was ded by Miss Mary Louise n of Decorah. Miss Lois t, also of Decorah, sang, "Beand "The Lord's Prayer" ing and during the cere- bride, /who was given in mar- by her father, wore a gown of heirloom lace, fashioned with $j[t|(h round neckline, fitted bodice IM&long sleeves. The full skirt l(_titl to form a train. Her finger- Jafeil was of illusion net. She wed an arm bouquet of white « Mus Eileen Qualley attended her nU as maid of honor. Brides- MJkts were Mrs. Wayne C. Timan of Castalia, the bride's mrfjp ^sister, and Miss Phyllis Osmundson, cousin of the bride, of Oln|i. Miss Qualley wore a blue fsgOnal and carried a cascade bou- qi|M| of yellow chrysanthemums. Tttf Ibiidesmaids' gowns were of yvllQJw and were fashioned alike. WEDDING 1 ance RAINBOW fGARDENS » Waterville, Iowa 1 RL, NOV. 21 MK Mr. and Mrs. John Bciskcr, nee Arlene Miller mJ &jjt Music By HILL BILLY IYTHM BOYS [/They carried colonial bouquets of blue and white baby mums. Each of the bride 's attendants wore white . gloves. Barbara Anderson, the bride's small cousin of Clermont, served as flower girl arid was attired in a floor-length formal of white dotted swiss. Robert and Donald Simon of Stacyville, nephews of the bridegroom, served as ^Wng-bearers. They carried the rijngs on small blue satin pillows. /Glenn Vanderbilt of St. Paul served his brother as best man and ushers were Ove Preus and Marvin Rohme, both of Luther College. Mrs. Osmundson, mother of the bride, wore navy blue with matching accessories. Her shoulder corsage was of yellow, white and lav- endar mums. The bridegroom's mother wore grey and her shoulder corsage was identical to that of the bride's mother; Immediately following the 'ceremony, the bride's parents were hosts at a reception in the church parlors for approximately 150 guests. The tables were decorated with blue, yellow and white tapers in chystal holders. The bride's table was centered with a three- tiered wedding cake, topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Sylvia Osmundson, West Union, and Mary Ann Finnegan of Castalia,.. served as table waiters for the bridal table. Mrs. Earle Corlett was hostess at the reception. Others who assisted were Mrs. Herb Schroeder, Mrs. Milton Helgerson, Mrs. Caroline Perry, all of Castalia, and Mrs. Glen Nygaard, Mrs. Vernon Anderson, the Misses Leona and Thelma Lyngaas of Clermont. The bride is a graduate of Postville high school and also of the two-year elementary course at Luther College. Since September she has been employed in secretarial work at the University of Minnesota. The bridegroom is a graduate of both Decorah high school and Luther College. During the war he served in the U. S. Navy as an ensign. At present he is enrolled at the University of Minnesota where he is doing graduate work in the English department. Naomi Club to Meet For a Quilting Bee. Naomi Past Noble Grand Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 at the home of Mrs. John Casten, with Mrs. Lloyd Bruce co- hostess. Members are urged to come and bring needle and thread to help finish the quilts which are to be sent to the Homes at Mason City. Plans will be made for the Christmas party to be held at the December meeting. IIIIIIIIIIIIIII •TANDBY 'MUTES / tes for t a art j dis- NOVEMBER 22, 24, 25 and 26 tandby Cranberry Sauce, No. 303 can 23c tandby Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can 25c Itandby Peas, No. 2 can for __21c Standby Cream Corn, No. 2 can for 21c "Standby Tomatoes, No. 2 can 21c Standby Red Pitted Cherries, No. 2 can 27c Standby Fruit Cocktail, No. 2«/ 2 can 43c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH Per package 29c FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES Per package 21c incy Roasted Peanuts, per pound- 29c jllowi Pitted Dates, 1 pound— 29c jrsters, pint can for !___ 85c jjsty Loaf Cheese, 2 pound loaf—________87c ttra Fancy Mixed Nuts, per pound—-_—43c |ncy Mince Meat, per pound— 19c indby Pumpkin, No. 2 54 can _„17c ipress Coffee, per pound . _47c FRUITS -VEGETABLES tas Grapefruit, 96 size, 10 for——; 37c seal Celery, large size, per bunch 17c illots, 2 bunches for______ ;. 17c inberries, per pound. ___35c lishes — Head Lettuce — Cauliflower Carrots — Cabbage — Sweet Potatoes he Farmers Store Clermont Clever Clovers Meet With Judy Swenson. The Clermont Clever Clovers met at the home of, Judy Swenson on November 8. The meeting was opened by saying the 4-H pledge. Roll call, "What I Hope to Gain from the Clothing Project," was answered by 15 members. A new member, Beverly Nelson, joined at this meeting. Ramona Olson gave a talk on "Personal Daintiness." Judy Swenson and Kathryn Larson showed how to square material. Lavonne Swenson and Lorraine Kittleson gave a talk on "Choosing the Correct Size Pattern." Geraldine Kerr gave a talk on "Line in Dress." A lunch was served by the hostess after the meeting. Local P.E.O. Hears Report On National Convention. Chapter FT, P. E. O. met at the home of Mrs. Harvey Douglass for dinner Tuesday evening of last week. Mrs. H. G. Ludejnan, president 5f Chapter EK, Waukon, was a guest and spoke to the group following -the business meeting. , Mrs. Ludcman was one of 89 delegates from Iowa attending the 38th biennial supreme chapter convention of P. E. O. which was held in Los Angeles, Calif., in October. Her report brought' to the local chapter a vivid account of the many highlights of the convention.- GIVES POINTERS ON CARE AND USE OF FUR COATS Give it the prdper care, and a fur coat rated less serviceable .will remain attractive longer than most durable furs carelessly handled, The rules for good care of your furs are easy to follow when you know what they are, says Frances Freidell, clothing specialist at Iowa State College. Keep your fur coat in the coolest closet, and be sure it isn't crowded too closely by other clothing. Shake the coat before and after you wear it to keep it fluffy. Moths, heat, light, moisture and friction—these are the enemies of your furs. Dry your coat in circulation cool air when it gets wet. Keep a constant vigil against moths. And avoid carrying packages under your arm, sitting down with your coat fastened or sitting in your coat for long periods any time. Ill Cetelrate THAK-W General Ladies' Aid Meets Friday Afternoon. The general Ladies' Aid of the Community Presbyterian church will meet at a one o'clock luncheon in the church on Friday of this week. Mrs. Elliott of Independence, president of the Dubuque Presby- terial, will be the guest speaker, and Mrs. Claude Wolfe, the Presby- terial treasurer, will also be in attendance. Members are privileged to bring a guest each. Dinner guests Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner, in honor of Mr. Turner's birthday anniversary, were Mr. and Mrs. Robert Burling, Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison, Mr. and Mrs. Luman J. fol ton and the latter's friend, Miss Shirley Hopkins of Rockford, 111., and Ruth and Dale Turner. o^ 8 sa «ce ot Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heins and family were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs! Eli Eberling. I In order to permit our employees to spend | Thanksgiving with their families We will be f closed from 10:30 that clay but we will serve a j Special Thanksgiving Dinner on | SUNDAY, NOVEMBER 23. A Very Happy Thanksgiving, Folks ! I V. & J. CAFE I VERN and JEAN "Food With That Home Cooked Taste" llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll ALL SET WITH J SAVINGS 1 Yes, ma'am — You can set your table with all the traditional Thanksgiving foods full and plenty of « everything that crystalizes the fine ^ feasting of the holiday - - - AND SAVE MONEY IN THE BARGAIN yes, Bargain! We've searched the market to bring you the finest quality foods at the lowest possible prices. So fill your entire Thanksgiving menu here. | FOLGERS COFFEE, pound- 49c |L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 PITTED DATES, pound __ 33c PINEAPPLE, Monarch, 2 «/ 2 tin__ _41c SUPER SUDS, package. _ 33c STUFFED OLIVES, pint jar_ _ 69c RIPE OLIVES, 9 oz. tin 41c CRANBERRIES, pound ________ 37c CELERY—Large bunch for 25r LETTUCE, fresh, crisp, 2 for _29c SWEET POTATOES, 3 lbs._____ 39c COOKING APPLES, 5 lbs 29c Turkey Hens, per pound 59c Pork Sausage, per pound 59c Picnic Hams, pound 49c Sliced Bacon, pound 89c Beef Boil, pound 37c Beef Roast, pound 51c •••••••••••a COLD CUTS Boiled Ham, pound 98c New England Ham, lb 75c Minced Ham, pound- 49c Bologna, pound 43c Braunswciger, lb. 53c •••••••••••• HOLIDAY FOODS Standby Peas, No. 2 tin 25c Standby Corn, No. 2 tin 21c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2>/ 2 glass_49c Monarch Peaches, No. 2'/2—39c HAROLD'S CA5H MARKET PHONE i 1 POS1VILLE JARMES' Jigantic Jumbos! FOR ALL THRIFTY NORTHEAST IOWA SHOPPERS MR. JUMBO, THE ELEPHANT this week salutes MR. KING, THE TURKEY with these Unheard of, Ridiculous, Absolutely Enormous Specials NASH'S—America's Famous Coffee, A*!** One pound for only 4lC TWO POUNDS — 93c STANDBY MIXED VEGETABLES, | O Big size can for only 1OC 2 CANS FOR 35c A real buy and a treat for your Thanksgiving table. LADY KAY CREAM STYLE CORN, | O No. 2 size can for only 1 OC 2 CANS FOR 35c At least 3c to 4c under the regular market price. Stock up now! Just arrived for your Thanksgiving table The following DelMonte Fruits in glass: Fruits For Salad, Fruit Cocktail, Pear Halves, Spiced Peaches, Deluxe Plums and Whole Figs — all in heavy syrup. Try some and you'll find the merchandise you've been looking for all your lives. OUR FAVORITE SWEET PEAS, | |Extra Special at per can onlv 1 DC 2 CANS FOR 29c We sold over 200 cases of these peas this fall alone. There must be a reason - - and the price is right . . . RIGHT! RED TART PITTED CHERRIES, 0| Stokley's Finest, per can only 0 1C 2 CANS FOR 59c The Best Pie Cherries in the business. THANKSGIVING PUMPKIN, 1 Q A big No. 2 "4 size can for_ 1 lOC 2 CANS FOR 35c This Special will go fast—come in and get yours early! FRUIT COCKTAIL—A Big Special, on No. 1 size can for onlv__^ &OC 2 CANS FOR 55c. Just try and beat this price — and we have a lot cf it. CIGARETTES — ALL BRANDS^ £l~7C per carton at Jarmes' for «D 1 • | O The mere mention of this price in our ad two weeks ago cleaned us out of cigarettes. We are ready for you folks this time. This is a savings — Just compare! Jarmes' 307 Jumbling Jumbos Salute last week's winner of Jarmes' Jumbo Basket of Groceries ART HELGERSON, Postville, Iowa Art was as proud and tickled as a kid at a circus when he got his Free Groceries. Ask those who have won! Our Soap Special Of The Week— SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP, Q Stock up now at per bar *fC Soap is going up — just read the newspapers. Therefore this is really a Sweetheart of a Special. Stock up for the future. TEN-BLOW ICE CREAM MIX, OQ Make your own ice cream, per jar _!!i«/C This stuff is so good you can eat it with a spoon. BRING IN RINSO & LIFEBUOY COUPONS We have a big enough stock to handle 'em. QUICK COOKING TAPIOCA, 1 Q Leadway, 8 ounce size for l«jC You've been waiting a long time for this! We wish to apologize to our good friend. Grub "Popcorn" Sainek for forgetting to thank him for the biggest elephant we have ever received to date last week. THANKS, "GRUB." SOMETIME YOU FOLKS don't have anything to do—please drop in Elrie Ruckdaschel's garage and have him show you the newly painted Jarmes Brothers Circus Wagon—compliments of Roy Gulsvig and Jack LaVclle. painters and artists. A new six- horse hitch of dappled grey perch erons is being trained this winter east of Monona to pull this on an advertising tour next season for "THE GREAT LITTLE STORE." COME IN AND SAY HELLO ANYTIME ! GLENN J, JARMES (J is for Jumbo) "A Great Friendly Little Store" " 1

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