Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 18, 1948 · Page 5
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February 18, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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pNESDAY. FEBRUARY 18, 1MI. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. ve Farewell Surprise r the Harold Turners. Ir. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner" family were tendered a farc- ! party Friday evening by •'hbors and friends. The Tur- will leave their • farm and e to the home they purchase Postville recently from Mr: rge J. Schroeder. ' ~c" giiiesUr brottgrrtniasEets of from which a supper was ed at midnight after the eve- liad been spent playing cards, although it was Friday, the , all had a good time. ose attending were Mr. and , Alois Swenson and family, and Mrs. Willard Schroeder family, Mr. arid Mrs. Harold th and family ...Mr. and Mrs. Ce- ivingood and family, Mr. and , Kenneth Green and Eddie, ilyn Green, Edwin Kirkestue. e William EvermansN o children of Mr. and Mrs. iam Everman, their families other relatives gave that le a surprise party Mondjiy ing, the occasion being thej^ wedding anniversary /™Trie ~ac^ -day i.s*Feb.'~2D,""i>tn the party advanced a few days so all d attend. e guests brought baskets of and a big wedding cake for dinner, and the evening was t sociably. Two Couples Honored At Dinner Sunday. The following people were entertained at a dinner Saturday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and family in honor of the 31st wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and the 26th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins: Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Baothko of Cresco, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Castcn of Monona. Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee and Kathryn Jo, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins and Dorothy, Joan .Schultz, Air. and Mrs. Roy Moon, Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Arbey Rose and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Henry RudlofT and VerDean, Mr. and Mrs. William Lubbers. The evening was spent playing 500; traveling prize, William Lubbers; men's high, Walter Casten; men's low, Leo Heins; ladies' high, Mrs. Otto Oldag; ladies' low, Mrs. 'Arbey Rose. nner guests in the home of and Mrs. Willard Livingood ay included Mr. and Mrs. Vir- -arlson and family and Mr. and Wayne Momberg and family harles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Livingood and family. Party For Relatives At Irving Deering -Home. jyir. and Mrs. Irving Deering entertained a. company of relatives tit dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. Edmund Sheila and son, John, of /jasper, Minn., and Mrs. Zoe Sherrod of Tekoa, Wash., who are here on a visit to relatives. GiiestsHlIt~thl r "dimfeT' were Mrs. Roy Sherrod of Tekoa, Wash., Mrs. Edmund Sheila and son, John of Jasper, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Jess Uhl of Waukon, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hangartner and grandson, Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook and family, Mr. and Mrs. M. C. Deering. e American Legion Auxiliary thur F. Brandt Post, No. 5i8, meet Wednesday, February 25, 30 p. m., at the home of Mrs. ia Willman, with Mrs. Elsie r as assisting hostess. A picnic dinner by relatives for Mr. and Mrs. Alden Albertson and family of Decorah, who will move to Gooding, Idaho, and for Mrs. Ira Brooks, who is here for a visit, was held Sunday at the home of Mrs. Milda Waters and family. Among out-of-town guest present were Mrs. Waters' daughter, Dorothy, and her friend, Henry Hepp, both of Dubuque. This Is National SAVE and SEW WEEK Here are helpful and money-saving suggestions for your home spring sewing: Clermont^Clever Clovers Meet at Brandt Home. The Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H Club met at the home of Norma Brandt on Feb. 14. The meeting was opened by giving the 4-H pledge. Fourteen members and two leaders were present. Roll call was "The scheme I have set up for keeping personal accounts." After the business meeting the following program was given: Illustrated talk, "Plan seams with variation," Kathr'yn Larson; illustrated talk, "French seams," Joan Swenson; individual demonstration, "Snaps that stay on," Jean Brandt; individual demonstration, "Buttons that stay ori, Shirley Brandt; team demonstration, "A Hank of Hair or Halo," Mildred Follet and Norma Brandt. Marilyn Follett had charge of the recreational program after the business meeting, and later the hostess served a lunch. ^ The Naomi Past Noble Grands Club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Harold Eberling, with Mrs. Herman Geick as assisting hostess. \ • • • - SCHOOL NEWS. (Continued from page 1) The preliminary game, played between the reserves of the Postville and Monona schools, was won by Postville, 45 to 20. , General News. Rev. F. J. Vallaster gave an interesting talk to the high school Wednesday. Tait Cummins was at school Tuesday and made a recording of Mr. Babcock. June Schroeder has received her 40-word typing pin for typing three 10-minute tests with less than two errors. Clarine Olson has been consistently typing 50 or more words with six or more errors which makes her ineligible for her pin. These students are first year typists. Mr. Babcock showed the film, "Heart and Circulation," to all of his biology classes; Miss McGoon showed, "Frozen Freshness,"' to her homemaking classes, and the film, "How to Study," was shown to the high school. Musings by a High School Senior. Ib has been said, and it is absolutely true, that all who believe in good sportsmanship and fair play. • Glenn J. Jarmes JUMBOS WHITE OUTING FLANNEL 27 in. Wide, yd 29c 36 in. Wide, yd 39c COLORED OUTING FLANNEL 39c to 59c per yard Plain or Striped CHAMBRAY 49c yard Sanforized 80-Square PRINT 79c per yard Floral and Plain DIMITIES 79c and 89c yard DAN RIVER GINGHAMS Plaids and checks $1.19 yard , TISSUE GINGHAMS $1.29 yard WHITE GOODS Dotted Swiss, Dimity, Permanent Finish Organdy, Broadcloth, Slub Broadcloth, Seersucker, Indianhead and Muslin. ease-Resistant Rayon UTCHER LINEN ain color, yd $1*29 gured color, yd. $L» S Rayon MCT RENCH CREPES $1.59 yard DRAPERY MATERIALS 6 in. to 48 in. Wide 79c to $1.79 yard Large Selection of CURTAIN NETS and MARQUISETTES 35c to 98c yard BOTANY WOOLENS 54 in. Wide Sponged and Shrunk $3.50 to $5.49 yard HUEBNER'S Weekend Specials r Waldorf Instant Suds, Reg. 29c seller _17c Oxydol, 9 oz. size, Regular 21c seller 15c Sweetheart Soap—Reg. size—10c; 2 for___19c Butternut Coffee—57c everywhere; at 49c Spic & Span—The perfect cleaner 19c Vanite Water Softner & Soap Saver, only___3c K C Baking Powder, 25c size—2 for ____25c Primrose Mince Meat—35c seller, Special-__19c Sunspot—Kosher Style Dill Pickle Relish 9c Cigarettes—All brands—Carton $1.69 Morton's Chicken a la King—49c value_____29c Class A Brand Tomato Soup, 10c val., 2 for__10c Ruby Sliced Peaches, No. 2»/ 2 size 27c LENTEN SPECIALS Sandy Point Clams—Pure minced—Special_27c Gortons Fibred Codfish—A real bargain-__21c Sirius Fish Balls—Big 2«/ 2 size—85c val 69c American Sardines, in mustard or oil, 3 for_43c Richelieu Smoked Salmpn—47c seller—.__43c Snow's Shad—Big can—39c value 29c Chef Boy-ar-Dee Spaghetti Dinner 1—35c ICE CREAM DEPARTMENT Gallon—$1.95; >/ 2 Gallon—$1.00; Quart—55c Pint—30c; Ice Cream Bars—5c IT'S CHERRY TIME — Fame Red Tart Pitted Cherries, can. ^29c Richelieu Maraschino Cherries, per jar 29c Richelieu Pitted Dark Sweet Cherries, can—39c ' (In Heavy Syrup) None-Such Pitted Light Sweet Cherries____39c (In Heavy Syrupy FRUIT AND VEGETABLE DEPARTMENT Winesap Apples, lb _10c; 3 lbs.______29c Delicious Apples, lb.___—11c; 3 lbs— 31c Pascal Celery—Big stalks—Reg. 23c seller—17c Head Lettuce—Regular 15c value 9c FOR SATURDAY—FREE! FREE! FREE! ' ' As long as they last— 100 FREE SHOPPING BAGS, 10c val.—FREE JUMBO SAYS: "This weekend we honor Georf e Washington, (he Father of Our Country. He saw America's first circus in Washington, C, in 1778. But, he missed a lot in life, he never saw an elephant. Poor fella V Glenn "Jumbo Foods" J. Jarmes Telephone No. 247 and practice it in the work and extra-curricular activities they take part in, are to be commended highly. Many will do only what they think will be enough to "get by" and that's all. These are the ones who take down the average of a good, or what would.be a very good school, providing the students did all that they are capable of. That is the case here in Postville High. School isn't only a place to have fun and see how much you can -get away with, without somebody catching you. Now, don't get me wrong on this idea of having fun; it's perfectly okay to. have a good time as long as someone doesn't carry it too far. However, school is where we all should get our supplementary training before we go to college to learn a trade or, a profession, in law, engineering, or what ever you prefer. Many do not take this attitude and so only rob themselves and others and waste time, effort and money. ' Fifth Grade. The fifth grade is now finishing the unit on "Our Western States." They will soon begin to study about the oceans, and the United States in its global setting. In a geography quiz this week, these people received A's: Leonard Althouse, Kenneth Brainard, Jerry Davis, Janet Gordon, Junior Marting, Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas and Dellene Schultz. , The following people received A's in spelling: Leonard Althouse, Mary Behrens, Janls Christofferson, Myrna Christofferson, Jerry Davis, Judy Gregg, Jerry Gulsvig, Jerry Klingbeil, Junior Marting, Gwen Mork, Janet Overeen, Fritz Palas, Dellene Schultz, Yvonne Schultz. Announce Forthcoming Marriage of Daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Strien of Prairie du Chien, Wis., former Postville residents, announce the forthcoming marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Bob Mapson of Prairie du Chien. The wedding will take place February 27, followed by a wedding dance that evening. After the honeymoon the couple will live on a farm near Seneca, Wisconsin. . We've piled our canned food high—and priced them low . . . REAL LOW, for this Special Sale. Yes . . . we've literally mountains of values awaiting your selection . . . famous brands of top quality foods—fine-flavored vegetables . . . luscious fruits . . . grand-tasting soups ... meats . . . fish . . . and other family favorites. Stock up! Fill your pantry and pocket the savings. The more you buy, the more you save—especially when you buy dozen and case lots at our very Special Low Prices. Monarch Coffee, pound 49c Monarch Catsup, 3 bottles.. 69c Monarch Stuffed Olives, pint. 69c DELICIOUS APPLES per basket $3.49 CANNED VEGETABLES No. 2 Size Cans— 3 tins 6 tins 12 tins Monarch Vacuum Pack Corn_ __53c $1.05 $2.03 Monarch Whole Kernel Corn- __62c $1.23 $2.40 Monarch Telephone Peas 62c $1.23 $2.40 Oriole Peas, Sieve 2 68c $1.37 $2.64 Monarch Mixed Vegetables— __68c $1.37 $2.64 Yacht Club Tomatoes- _ __ 62c $1.23 $2.40 MONARCH COFFEE SERVED ON SATURDAY A representative of Reid, Murdock will be at our store all day Saturday serving Free Monarch Coffee. CANNED FRUITS 3 tins 6 tins 12 tins Monarch Red Cherries in syrup_$1.25 $2.49 $4.92 Monarch Yellow Cling Peaches___74c $1.47 $2.88 Monarch Grapefruit Sauce^ 63c $1.25 $2.40 Monarch Shortcake Peaches 98c $1.95 $3.84 Yacht Club Pears, in syrup $1.46 $2.91 $5.76* Spiced Crab Apples, 16 oz. jar 80c $1.59 $3.10 ORANGES 252 Size 2 Dozen 49c (Assort any of the above specials in dozen can lots as you like —the dozen price will apply.) Bacon Squares, lb.- 39c Pork Chops, End Cuts— 49c Pork Shoulder Steak.lb._57c Beef Roast, juicy, tender 55c Pork Liver, Sliced, lb. 39c Round Steak, tender 69c

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