Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 10, 1947 · Page 5
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December 10, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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I8DAY, DECEMBER 10, 1947 THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA r AGE FIVE, the Leroy Kruses Anniversary. and friends gave Mr. LeRoy Kruse a surprise jthelr home last Sunday ie occasion being that th wedding anniversarsy] "B'i-oughfBaSKelS'Drfffod 1 lie dinner, which was fol- playing progressive 500. Mrs. Kruse were pre- ;h a rocking chair by !rcn and gifts of silver lila'neous articles by the its. ttending the event in- and Mrs. William Sett - , and .Mrs. Lyle Sell, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. is and family, Mr. and Bugenhagen and faml- Mrs. Lewis Benjeger- ice, Mr. and Mrs. Mar- Mr. and Mrs. Richard Id Duune, Mr. and Mrs. I &chultz and Floyd, Mrs. ^"j Mrs. Anna Schultz and IllliM the Hour llfiMp Local Hospital. ,CIub-„ of the Hour met Monday jfwAnlS j|t the home of Mrs. Glenn ti.ajAtnOM with eighteen members >ra kfwnt* Roll call was answered So r|Hi "fmous Woman Composer." nn ' IIWi following program was pre- c ? W(ed: "Trends in Modern Music," J," jr MM.T!urtis Abernethy, and "Ca- w , llid,? '6jr Mrs. Carlton Schroeder. v At biuln- ss meeting followed, L_ tti the Hireling was adjourned. .\ jjjjjlMf xUtb replenished the layette /IfplQfcfHijfcery at the local hospital 'tfniSfce receiving blankets and j$j §|inel gowns. meeting will be held on !2 at the home of Mrs. Grand Meadow Club Meets at Wagner Home. . The Grand Meadow Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Arthur Wagner last Thursday". Sixteen members responded to roll call on Christmas reading, and two visitors, Mrs. Lester Hoth and Margery Thoma, also attended. Christmas carols were sun,g as [(birthday songs for Mrs. Roy Moon, Mrs. Will Lubbers, Mrs. Harold Panncke and Mrs. Lawrence Thomn, after which the members gave the pledge of allegiance to the Iflag and then followed the club song. The project lesson was given by Mrs. Harold Panncke and Mrs. Lee Folsom. They gave pointers on care and use of pressure sauce pans and made a custard, Mrs. Lawrence G. Thoma had charge of the program. Ardyth Wagner gave a trombone solo, "Brilliant Polka." Mrs. Henry Oldag gave a reading on "Pennsylvania Dutch." Christmas carols were played on a victrola by Margery Thoma. The contest was won by Mrs. Lee Folsom. The Christmas meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Elmer Zieman Tuesday, December 30. Monday Club Meets At Mrs. Cook Home. Social Thimble Club, Entertained at Dinner. 1 n m cupfj Dinner Guests. ilard Bilden family en- following guests at nday following the bap- son, Dale Millard, at nont Lutheran church: ! Bilden of Clermont, Mr. Lloyd Bigler and family, Bigler, Lorenz Bigler, iforch, Mr. and Mrs. Leo |erbert Morch, Mr. and Gericke, Miss Fern Bu- LaMont Gericke. The Social Thimble Club meni' bers were guests last Friday eve^ ning at a three-course dinner in the Mr. and Mrs. Qrlando Lofts gard home. The remainder of the evening was spent playing theft bingo and at contests. The following guests were pies enl: Mr. and Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia: Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs. Herbert Gass, Mrs. Aldora Anderson and L'Myra, Mrs. Rex Medberry, Miss Marleen Schupbach and Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard. Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Enyart entertained the following people at a 6:30 o'clock dinner in their home Saturday evening: Mr. and Mrs. James Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bachtell, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Harris, Lorenz Willman, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gordon of Monona, and Mr. and Mrs. Warren Weidman and son of Brownsville, Minn. f "am® A |The delicious flavor of our fresh produce a sparkling taste of summer to dull winter i! These fruits and vegetables are just ting with keen flavor that's born in sun iched southern farm lands . . . And they're §ed to your table ill mile-a-minute, refriger: trains to assure their arrival at the peak jrfection. Yes, our fresh produce is your I food buy. ium Size LNGES , Navels, 2 dozen for 49c |ERY, Giant Pascal, bunch _21c | BEST BUY IN YEARS— kPEFRUIT, 96 size, dozen _39c I Yz Crate—$1.49 Crate—$2.98 ra Fancy Delicious Apples, 20 lb. box_ .$2.95 jwge • Cauliflower - Lettuce - Carrots bway Pitted Dates, per pound—— .__29c fcrch Orange and Grapefruit Juice.. -„_37c JDLE PEAS, Seive 3, per tin. „. ...21c Irch Pork & Beans; 2 tins for. 39c INARCH COFFEE, pound.— _49c JMEAT * IF ROAST, per pound-.' Sic |K LIVER, per pound 39c [NLESS WIENERS, pound _53c -BERRY BACON, pound 69c The Postville Monday Club met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth T. Cook on December 8, with the fol-. lowing program being presented: Papers on Pandit Nehru, by Mrs. Willard Schutte; Jan Smuts, by Mrs. E. C. Marston; Bernard Baruch by Mrs. Erwin Klingbeil. A panel discussion led by Mrs. Louis L. Hill and Mrs. Cook was on the subject, "How far can the United Stales extend aid to foreign countries?" The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Alice Miller December 22, and after the program a Christmas tea will be served. Card Club Entertained At Progressive Luncheon. Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harnack and family and Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Luver C. Schultz. The "Gone With the Wind" Card Club was entertained by the losing members Saturday afternoon at a progressive luncheon, the losing hostesses being Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mrs. Carl C. Sander, Mrs. Fred C. Schultz, Mrs. Frank F. Hangartner, and Mrs. Charles F. Reincke. High scorers for the year and those entertained were Mrs. John A. Schroeder, Mrs. Otto Fischer, Mrs. Lee B. Folsom and Mrs. William Lubbers. The Christmas party and gift exchange for the group was held when they arrived at the home of Mrs. Reincke, "where Bernice Stromsodt, reenacting Santa Claus, distributed the gifts. Dinner guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Joseph J. Braun family home included Mr. and Mrs. Milo Folsom and Milo Kuhse. Glenn J. Jarmes' 10 Big Weekly Jumbos COMBINED Count 'Em and Save! 43c 11c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE, per pound only , This price just can't be beat—Anywhere! K. C. BAKING POWDER, Big 25c Size can for anly SMALL CAN FOR—3c This one should make somebody happy—But not us! CANDY BARS—Always 5c; TOBACCO—10c CIGARETTES—All Brands—$1.73 Carton No 6 cent Candy Bars at our store. Tobacco is cheap and Cigarettes are cheaper. Now's the time to buy! CLINTON & MARGIE'S PUDDINGS, | O Any Flavor—3 packages for l«jC A Bargain, thai is a Bargain! SHAD—Snow's Famous Brand, per can only __„! Us poor folk's Tuna and Salmon. Great for baking: 29c SWERL—The Magic Suds— per package just OUR SOAP SPECIAL OF THE WEEK! 23c CAMPBELL'S TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans of this famous soup PER CAN ONLY—10c A fine dish for frosty days. Stock up at this saving! 29c 4-B BRAND TOMATO JUICE, Large 46 ounce can for only A Real Hale, Hearty, Healthy Special! CURTISS PANCAKE MIX—Big 3y t pound size package for 27c 29c These Pancakes ate guaranteed to stay with you all day. $2.49 HONEY—All Brands in our stock, per gallon only Vz GALLON FOR—$1.39 Honey goes great on those pancakes, and at this saving it will be sweeter than ever! We have been asked to carry our special on Gallon Canned Fruits a little longer to give everybody a chance at them— 25% DISCOUNT on our complete stock ARRIVING THIS WEEK— Our allotment of Aluminum Dutch Ovens Come in and get yours early. Also a few large size Aluminum Chicken Fryers left for Fine Christmas Gifts. EVERYBODY IS SAVING- GOLD BOND STAMPS Don't Forget To Ask For Yours! Glenn - Jason jumbo-Jaimes "A Gnat Friendly Little Store" You need go no further than right here in our store to fill your entire shopping list. This year we have gathered together items for each member of the family, and from our large selection we list below suggestions suitable for the various members for helping you with your shopping list. In addition to these, you will find many other items that are appropriate for gifts. Blankets Nylon Hose Bed Spreads House Dresses Coat Sweaters Night Wear Umbrellas Aprons Fancy Socks Gloves and Mittens "Wings" Shirts Warm Jackets Overalls Work Shirts Billfolds Sweaters Shaving Sets ''Wings" Sport Shirts Dress Socks "Wings" Pajamas Mufflers Dress Gloves Bath Robes Sweat Shirts Handbags Lounging Pajamas Scarfs Gloves Satin Gowns Sweaters Sheer Nylons House Coats Handkerchiefs Stationery Head Squares * Dresses Blouses Costume Jewelry Compacts Lingerie jot tdaJbu Wool Sweaters Blankets Rompers Food Warmers Dresses Wool Shawls Playthings Baby Shoes HUEBNER'S

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