Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 17, 1947 · Page 5
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December 17, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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Walter Foelses Jl Surprise Party. and friends tendered s. ^Walter Foels a sur- jrell party last Tuesday || at the Kenneth Schultz of town.^ The Foels this" week to the for- Schultz place west of pits brought baskets of !§|giriidnight supper which jftMffcll i.fter the evening had *1iPpS !-playing cards. They al- Pl-Jtnted Mr. and Mrs. Foels - (Pb«wc -ii gift. OMflUtending the event were Ar. «nc| Mrs. August Schultz, Mr. nd Mn» Elmer Schultz and Jean. \ 4 ^'<in4'MK- Don Schultz, Mr. and ' tin., 0 «»«4e Glock. Mr. and Mrs. «l Falttr Mr. and Mrs. Arthur j{ Ichultft^ilr. and Mrs. Fred Han- VHatt^vJir. . and Mrs. Kenneth C Chtijp jpUod family, Mr. and Mrs. •Mf.'llbl^lk iind Marcene, and Fred eadow Folks UNeil 's a Party. 1 —-1 AS" of Grand Meadow riends (a^e Mr. and Mrs. Ed Mc- eH ariii'Mr jnd Mrs. Jack McNeil •9urj»iSi^j>Brty last Thursday eyeing, ttie ^event was in the form t« howiwarming for the Ed Mc- ^.'eilt "wild recently moved into ^wlf new home, and a charivari »Hy for the Jack McNeils, newly- Tie guests brought baskets of yj od for a picnic supper at mid- the evening had been tent playing cards. THE POSTVILLB HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. t. Bridget 's Circle SR 'If*!* New Officers. • Mri^'Ufenry Steele, and Mrs. Ed kfcNell.were joint hostesses to St. ¥ ridgeta Circle Wednesday in the >me of Mrs. Steele. The newly elected officers for the titling year are: Mrs. Marie Lcui, leaMentlfiMrs. Gale Welzcl, vice eatdent Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb, sec—' ttttjT /'xMfrs. Vance Stover treas- Marilyn Wagner Weds Reuben Hoth Wednesday. ljTJje, marriage of Marilyn Maxine Wagner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Wagner, to Reuben A. Hoth of Monona, was solemnized at 2:00 p. rn., Wednesday in St. Paul's Lutheran church in PostviUe77 The Rev. F. R. Ludwig effrcftneaat the double ring ceremony before the altar decorated with bronze chrysanthemums and lighted candelabra. Mrs. F. R. Ludwig presided at the console of the organ and accompanied Karlton W. Wagner, brother of the bride, who sang' "Because" and "I Love Thee" during the ceremony. Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white satin, with a net yoke accented by seed pearls. Her finger-tip veil draped from a tiara of matching seed pearls.' She carried a shower bouquet of yellow roses and worn a strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor, Joyce Dellman, friend of the bride, wore a full-skirted gown of blue net with matching veil. Ardyth Wagner, sister of the bride, and Roma Lee Wagner, cousin of the bride, served as bridesmaids. They wore gowns of gold and pink taffeta respectively. Their matching veils were of white net. All of the bride's attendants wore corsages of bronze and "white mums. John Bernhardt, friend of the bridegroom, served as best man. Ushers were Dwayne Funk, cousin of the bridegroom, and LaMont Gericke, cousin of the bride. For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Wagner wore a brown tunic dress with matching accessories and had a corsage of sweet peas. Mrs. Henry Oldag, the maternal grandmother, wore a dress of green crepe with black accessories. Her corsage was of white' carnations. After the ceremony a reception was held at the church parlors for 200 guests. The Misses Donna Krambcer and Marjorie Gentz presided at Ihe tea table which was centered by a four-tiered wedding cake, topped by a miniature bride and - groom. The decorations were in the bride's chosen colors, blue and yellow. Table waitresses were Margery Thoma, Donnafred Wagner, Lillian Walch and June Brown. Jeanne Dettman and Ilaverne See- lartd were in charge of the gifts. long, with type. L Sfcpftdhy Cranberry Sauce, No. 2 can _23c Sftndby Cut Green Beans, No. 2 can 27c 1 Jpfljflby Sieve 3 Peas, No. 2 can 21c fttijfltdby Cream Style Corn, No. 2 can 21c Standby Pumpkin, No. 2'/2 can 17c ^ j^Sftfby Fruit Cocktail, No. 2«/ 2 can 43c ' St|l)idby Peaches, sliced or halves, 2'/ 2 can—29c Standby Apricots, whole unpeeled, 2 l / 2 can—29c Siirjjdby Tomato Juice, 46 oz. can 27c Garden Salad Dressing, pint jar ^33c •Fi ^H Roasted Peanuts, per pound- 29c Mpid Nuts, per pound _ 43c Garden Sweet Pickles, 8 oz. jar L 21c Ratlins, 2 pounds for 33c Olives, 4 ounce jar for 29c Cider, */ 2 gallon 39c Cider, per gallon —49c ess Coffee, regular or drip, pound 50c ties, 2 large packages for___—_ 43c m »y Delicious or Winesap Apples_____$4.69 Celery, jumbo size 24c es—North Dak. Cobblers, 100 lbs.__$3.49 ! Radishes, 3 bunches for _13c »ts, 2 bunches for____ _15c B»rnia Sunkist Navel Oranges, doz.„__39c Marsh Seedless Grapefruit, doz. 29c Brines, 176 size, per dozen- .: _39c A CAR OF BRAN AND MIDDLINGS WILL ARRIVE SOON [LEAVE YOUR ORDERS NOW ! ie Farmers Store 3S! Svans, Manager Telephone No. 231 Mrs. R. L, Evans furnished piano music for the reception and accompanied Mrs. John Bernhardt, who sang, "Always,' 1 "The False Prophet" and "At Rainbow's End." Mrs. Hoth is a graduate of Luana high school and since graduation has been employed in the George Hamann residence. Mr. Hoth is a graduate of Monona high school and a veteran of World War II. He has since been associated with his uncle in farming. After March 1, the couple will be at home at the Fred Bruns farm, east of Postville. Guests from a distance were Mr. and Mrs. Leroy Wagner of Clinton, Minn., Karlton Wagner of Dubuque and Cpl. Vernon Gericke of Fort Bragg, North Carolina. The Lawrence Blocks Given Surprise Party. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Block were given a surprise party Sunday, the occasion being their 20th wedding anniversary. Relatives and friends gathered at their Grand Meadow home with baskets of food for a picnic dinner which was followed by card playing and a social seasqn. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Sladt- miller had as Sunday dinner guests at their home southeast of town Mr. and Mrs. Aldo Larson and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Koenig of Castalia, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krueger and daughter, Karen. Glenn J. Jarmes' 10 Big Weekly Jumbos COMBINED Count 'Em and Save! ONLY 7 BIG SHOPPING DAYS UNTIL CHRISTMAS HEINZ FAMOUS FRESH CUCUMBER PICKLES, per jar. 29c A regular 35c seller that will look good and taste better on your Christmas dinner table. $1.19 PENN MAID EXTRA HEAVY PACK APPLES, gallon size— Regular $1 .59 seller. The best in packed apples—and the apple crop was none too good this year, and short. STOCK UP AT THIS SAVING : POP—All Flavors—6 Bottles for only 25c; A Case of 24 bottles This includes "76", Coca Cola, 7-Up, Orange, Strawberry, Root Beer, Squirt, Sp Grape and Pepsi Cola— or mixed anyway you like 'em. Fill up that refrigerator and basement for Christmas at these unheard of Pre-War Prices. 98c CANDIED FRUIT MIX 3 large size packages for. 25c A BARGAIN FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS FRUIT CAKES! 29c TEN-B-LOW and BORDEN'S EAGLE BRAND—Special at just This savings is the answer to your Christmas candy and Ice Cream problem. A big stock for you. ANNOUNCEMENT ! ! ! Calling all kids—-1 day old to 101 years You are cordially invited to our 2nd Annual FREE PEANUT DAY ALL DAY SATURDAY, DEC. 20th Eat all the Peanuts you can and throw the shucks on the floor. This event last year made 578 Iowa newspapers. It's a lot of fun for everybody. Come one - Come all r - - It's All Free, Folks ! Nuff Sed ! 29c GRAF'S TOM COLLINS MIX— 2 Big 24 ounce bottles for only— Full Case of 12 Bottles—$1.69 Also in Cherry, Life, Root Beer and Ginger Ale Flavors FOR YOUR CHRISTMAS DRINKS. BIG, JUICY TEXAS GRAPEFRUIT, OA A Big Bargain at 10 for a£«/C YOU'LL LIKE THESE FANCY GRAPEFRUIT! Besides, they're good for you! PHILLIPS BEANS WITH FRANKFURTERS—12 ounce can for 19c A rare treat is in store for you if you've never tried these goodies in delicious tomato sauce. TEXSUN GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Big, 46 ounce can for only__________ . A regular Super Market, Chain Store price. The best name in Texas Juioes. 19c BETTY CROCKER APPLE PYE- QUICK—A Big Special at just. 39c Apple Pie on the Christmas table is like salt on peanuts. You can do something for us, folks ... Please bring in your empty paper sacks and we'll make it right with you. They're scarce and getting scarcer every day. Thanks at lot! Glenn -Jasonjumbo-Jarmes "Where You Buy For Less Every Day!' Mrs. George Sebastian Heads 0. E. S. Chapter. Mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian was reelected worthy matron of Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the East- tern Star, at the annual meeting Monday evening. A Christmas party at which 25 children presented the program was held and a gift exchange followed. Other officers elected were Herman Christoflerson, worthy patron: Mrs. John F. Sawvcllo, associate matron; Arbe Behrens, associate patron; Mrs. A. C. Webster, secretary; Miss Paulino Staudt, treasurer; Mrs. Kermit James, conductress, and Mrs. Herman Christofler­ son, associate conductress. Honor Ed C. Schroeder On Birthday Anniversary. A group of friends surprised Ed C. Schroeder at his home Sim- day evening. The occasion was his birthday anniversary. , The evening was spent playing cards. The prizes went to Lester Harnack, Jeanette Becker, Karl Erb. Mrs. Lester Harnack and Art Schroeder. A lunch was served at the close of the evening. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schroeder of McGregor; Mr. and Mr?. Fred Kruse. Mrs. Carl Wilke, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Erb of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker and family of Luana; Mrs. Fred F. Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harnack of Postville. Mrs. Roger Harris Heads Local Rebekahs. Mrs. Roger Harris was elected noble grand of Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, at the semi-annual election held last Thursday evening. Other officers elected were Mrs. Milo Meyer, vice grand; Mrs. Francis Padden, secretary; Mrs. Ed Poesch, treasurer; Mrs. A. J. Phillips, trustee. These and the appointive officers will be installed in January. GIFT MOWERS FOR THE LATE SHOPPER we have the solution for appropriate gifts that will fill all requirements. In addition to our vast stock of regular items, any of the following late arrivals will "rate you high" with these receiving them: "WINGS" DRESS SHIRTS White and colored $3.95 Permanent finish collars guaranteed for the life of the shirt. "WINGS" SPORT SHIRTS Expertly tailored in all popular colors. $3.95 to $4.95 HOUSE COATS The Ideal Gift — Made of cotton and rayon materials, with extra full cut skirts $5.98 to $9.98 APRONS For Mother and Daughter. Pinafores, fancy tea and kitchen aprons at $1.29 to $2.98 HANDBAGS A large assortment to choose from in genuine leather and plastics $2.98 to $9 98 BLANKETS Part Wool and 100'",'- Wool single or double $3.98 to $12.98 HOLIDAY GROCERY SPECIALS: To show our sincere appreciation for the generous patronage accorded our store during the past year, we are offering the following bargains, all real money-saving values, as you can readily see, from NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS: Van Camp's Pork & Beans, No. 2 cans, 2 cans for 35c Wilson's Mor Beef-Pork and Veal, per can only 47c Libby's Yellow Cling Peaches, sliced or halves, in heavy syrup, No. 214 can 31c Chocolate Cream Coffee, now only, per pound 45c Sweet Peas, green giant, large and tender, per can 19c Campbell's Tomato Soup, special Christmas price, can_10c Libby's Fruit Cocktail, large 2y 2 can for 37c Washington Tomato Catsup, Christmas special, bottle 19c And in addition to these, we shall offer you A BIG SURPRISE BARGAIN EVERY DAY Be sure to ask for this Special Offering ! HUEBNER'S

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