Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 25, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 25, 1948
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DNE8DAY. FEBRUARY M, IMS. Alfred Meyers -rried 25 Years. t o (him 400 friends and rclu- af Mr. nnd Mrs. Alfred C. ycr visited them at thoir homo Friday during "open house" d in observance of their silver "ding nnniversnry. Guests wore e from Waterloo, Splllvillc, Deli, Monona, McGregor, Elkader, iiin and cither distant points, in ilion to those from this com- nlty> "r. and Mrs. Meyer throughout day greeted their many callers served them refreshments be- they left. rs. Meyer is the former Ella as, daughter of the late Mr. and Henry Palas, and Mr. Meyer, of the late Mr. and Mrs. A. D. •cr of this city, were married 25 rs ago and this city has been r home since. They are the -nts of three children, Dean, e and Jane Ann, all of whom associated with them in the chery business here. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE ITVB. The Charles Folsoms Given Farewell Party. Neighbors imd friends surprised Mr. and Mrs. Charles Folsom at a farewell party last Saturday evening. The Folsoms are moving March 1 to north of PostviUe. The evening was spent playing cards and at midnight supper was served from the baskets of food brought by the guests. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dickman and Donna Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Fox and family, Mr. and Mrs. Enos Muchow and Marvin, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuhse and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blumhagen and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and Ramona. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dettman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Dcttman and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plant and Marlin, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhse and Milo Kuhse. Postville Monday Club Meets at Huebner Home. •. and Mrs. Kummer V ve Silvej^WeJding. \ r.,and Mrs. Adolph Kummer of der observed their silver wed- nnniversary Inst Sunday, so officers and directors of the -se company for whom Mr. mer lias been the cheesemaker the past five years, nnd the es as well as a few friends tend the couple a surprise party evening. skets of- footT"were brought by guests and a picnic supper was ed after the evening had been! t playing cards. The guests al- rcsented Mr. and Mrs. Kummer a purse of silver, e Kmnmers' son-in-law and hter from Madison, Wis., were home for the event. tertain Dinner Guests. rs. Roger Harris entertained a p of ladies at dinner at her e last Thursday evening at o'clock. uests included Mrs. A. A. lidt. the Misses Leila Schmidt Cecelia Houdek. Mrs. Lee elick, Mrs. Louise Thoma, Miss e Grinder, Mrs. Leo Enyart, all is community, and Mrs. Louis gnrtner of Mt. Hope, Wis. FOR YOUR ITTLE CHICK ETTB 9, 12 mus. NANNBTTB 'oddkf FrodB Sim 1. 2, i Seel • how pretty the looks in a Nannettt P'ingtime original — an* •tched for quality, work* »nship and fit! Lovingly d*", gned in fine fabrics from, sous milb—many created, clusively for Nannette's ( tertide Babe and Toddler rock collection. .98 to ^2.98 uebner's Postville, Iowa . Mrs. Alvin Kahle Host to Project Club. The West Post Project Club met last Wednesday with Mrs: Alvin Kahle, with 12 members and three visitors, Mrs. Lester Willman, Mrs. Ruth Doerring and Mrs. Fred H. J. Thoma, in attendance. After the recitation of the Lord's Prayer in unison, the "Battle Hymn of the Republic" was sung by the group. During the business meeting ten members paid their dues to the Hospital Auxiliary. Mrs. Lester Willman joined the club at this meeting. . A discussion on farm business affairs women can handle was led by Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. Mrs. John Kohrs' contest was won by Mrs. John J. Martins. Mrs. Martins also chose "Sweet and Low" as her birthday song. The meeting was closed with the singing of "God Be With You Till We Meet Again," after which a lunch was served by the hostess. The club will meet March 17 with Mrs. Lloyd Everman as the hostess. "Unusual Schools" was the subject studied by the Postville Monday Club February 23, when .16 members met at the home of Mrs. R. C. Huebner. Mrs. E, C. Marston gave a paper on Robert M. Hutchins; Mrs. Alvin Thoreson spoke on Angelo Patri, and Mrs. Robert M. . Hecker, club president, spoke on the Pan-American Student exchange. Roll call was answered by brief talks on unusual schools. Outstanding among these were those given by Mrs. Henry Oldag, who told of her visit to the School for the Blind on her recent trip to St. Paul, Minn., Mrs. Louis L. Hill's account of being at Piney Woods, and Mrs. Thoreson's trip to Berea College at the time Malcolm Kerr of this city taught there. Other interesting talks were from magazine articles on schools. Post-Franklin Club Meets at Behrens Home. Club of the Hour Meets at Thoma Home. Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Arthur Thoma. Twenty members were present. Roll call was answered with "How, to Beautify Your Home." 1 The following program was given: "Arts in the Home," by Mrs. R. L. Evans; "Antique Silver and Glass," by Mrs. Neeling Thoma. Following the business meeting a social hour was held, complimentary to Mrs. Mack Peterson who is moving to Wilton Junction, Iowa. A gift was presented to Mrs. Peterson and refreshments were served by the program committee. The next club meeting will be held March 8 at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hoth. The Post-Franklin Study Club held its February meeting in the home of Mrs. Arbe Behrens last Wednesday afternoon, with 3a members present, including the two new members, Mrs. Ralph Green and Mrs. Harlan Foels. The program included the following numbers: Meaning of Lent, a paper by Mrs. Henry Heusman; devotionals leds by Mrs. Arthur Swenson; roll call, "My Favorite Poem"; song, "Dixie"; "Poetry," a book review by Mrs. Leon Chamberlain; birthday song, "Now the Day is Over," for Mrs. Elsie Gruhn. The club elected the following officers for the coming year: Mrs. George Qrainard, president; Mrs. Verla Heusman, vice president; Mrs. Donald Lamborn, secretary- treasurer; Mrs. Henry Heusman, publicity chairman; Mrs. Vernas Meyer and Mrs. Milo Gericke, sick committee. Mrs. Ralph Green won the contest conducted by Mrs. Behrens. A luncheon was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Fred Gericke and Mrs. Milo Gericke, and it was announced that the next meeting would be held March 17 at the home of Mrs. Richard Suckow. Home Garden Club's Meeting at Bigler Home. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson included Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Hinman of Davenport, Miss Marie Lawson, Milwaukee, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lawson, Mr. and Mrs, Frank Lawson, Mrs. Stella Cook. SUPER VALUES SEEKERS JELL-0, 3 pkg. 25c STANDBY ROBB ROSS TOMATOES CANE AND MAPLE 2 No. 2 cans for SYRUP 39c 33c octe /LOIIFFON CAKE made with ISOFTASILK 44c RECIPE AT OUR DISPLAY MAZOLA OIL—For your Chiffon Cake, pt._55c EMPRESS STANDBY COFFEE ORANGE JUICE Packed by Standby ' Large 46 oz. can 1 pound can for 3 cans for 49c 77c FLA VOR-KIST SALTINES per package—25c FLA VOR-KIST BRUNCH per package—35c CELERY NEW CABBAGE, Calif. Jumbo Size per pound 23c 5c GRAPEFRUIT per dozen 25c The Farmers Store R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 Entertain at Dinner On Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz of this city on Monday marked the 49th anniversary of their wedding day. In honor of this event they entertained the following at a dinner party Sunday: Rev. and Mrs. Frederick R. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Lee B. Folsom, Mrs. Amanda Schierholtz, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and children, and Mr. and Mrs. Victor Walter. The Home Garden Club held its regular monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Bigler Wednesday, Feb.18. Fourteen members and three guests answered roll call with their original valentine verse. Guests were Mrs. Bertie Waters, Mrs. Otto Elvers and Mrs. Adolph Kummer. The thought for the day was given by Mrs. Harry Landt. Birthday congratulations went to Mrs. Leska Martins, Mrs. Henry Radloff and Mrs. Melvin Radloff. Mrs. Lorenz Lenlh read an article for better grooming, "If Your Hair is Drab." The club voted to contribute $3.00 toward the Polio Fund. The last home project lesson on "More Efficient Housekeeping" was presented by Mrs. James Eno. She also gave a demonstration on ironing a shirt with the least possible effort and time. The club discussed and worked out a plan for Mrs. W., a farm woman without modern conveniences to follow. The March meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Landt. The Ed Goekes Given Surprise Party Saturday. Relatives and friends from Postville, Waukon, Ossian and Cresco went to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Goeke in Decorah Saturday evening to give that couple a surprise party. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Goeke's 37th wedding anniversary. The evening wa», spent playing cards and a lunch was served from baskets of food brought by the guests, a large three-tiered wedding cake forming the centerpiece at the festal board. (More Society News on page 8) You would? Then come to HAROLD'S today! We're SELLebrating Leap Year Day with SUPER FOOD VALUES that will make your savings jump to new highs ! Values like these are opening the eyes of women to the REAL LOW DOWN ON FOOD PRICES—showing them that they can serve bigger meals at a lower cost by doing all their food buying in our complete market. And there's plenty of eye-opening proof of that statement in this week's super values. So, always SHOP BY OUR ADS FOR VALUES YOU CAN GO BUY ! iow PRICES* LENTEH SPECAtsXS CHEESE, Schreiber's 2 lb. loaf _ 98c KRAFT DINNER, 2 pkgs. „29c LONGHORN CHEESE, lb 59c LIGHT MEAT TUNA FISH 53c MEDIUM RED SALMON, tin ___71c OCJ«/LCWIFFON CAKE 1 mod* with ISOFTASILK 44c keCIPE AT OUK DISPLAY HILLS BROS. COFFEE, lb 53c | PAPER TOWELS, 2 rolls 37c | BAKERITE SHORAENING, 31b._1.29 | For Friday, Saturday and Monday I MINUTE STEAKS, pound 69c 1 HAMBURGER, per pound —49c I BACON SQUARES, pound—.39c I SLAB BACON, pound- _65c | We will have Tenderized and Ready- To-Eat Picnic Hams at attractive prices. HAROLD'S CASH MARKET P M O N £ XT Glenn J. Jarmes JUMBO OldJumbo IS ON A Rampage THIS WEEK AT Jarmes' AND Prices Are Smashed Jumbo Style Folger's Mountain Grown Coffee, lb 47c No Limit While It Lasts—Regular 55c se?Ier everywhere Tidy House 3-Way Cleaner, 13c seller; 2 for_13c Boraxo, Cleans Dirty Hands; 17c seller at—11c THE BUY OF THE WEEK 2-Quart - '/2 Fruit Jars—5c each; 2 for__9c 10c Value — No Limit—Just Haul 'Em Away! Lux Soap Flakes, med. size; 21c seller at 15c Fels Naptha Laundry Soap—Special at 9c CANNED SOUP DEPARTMENT Heinz or Campbell's Tomato Soup 3 cans 27c Compare this price with the City Super Markets and you'll find this is a REAL BARGAIN ! Campbell's Black Bean Soup; 13c seller, at._9c Heinz Pepper Pot Soup—16c seller—only 9c NEW HONEY PRICES Gallon Pail $2.39 '/ 2 Gallon Pail $1.29 SOFT DRINK DEPARTMENT Rocky Dell—All flavors—quart bottle on!y__9c Pop—All flavors—Case of 24 bottles for___98c Special on Squirt—Case of 24 for__89c CANNED GOODS DEPARTMENT R-Best Apricots, No. 2'/ 2 can—Special 27c Comstock Pie Apples—Sliced, 25c value 19c Del Monte Prunes in heavy syrup—only 27c Heinz Oven Baked Beans, 20c seller, at 15c CRACKERS AND COOKIES National Biscuit Co. Premium Crackers— 1 pound box—23c 2 pound box—45c Nabisco Graham Crackers, pound box 25c Nabisco Cheese Ritz—Special at only 23c Nabisco Ritz—Large size—29c; Small—17c mode with ISOFTASILK 45c I RECIPE AT OUR DISPLAY Apple Pyequick—Special Low Price—pkg.__39c CIGARETTES—Buy 'em by the carton._$1.69 Wings, per carton only ____$1.49 Big Juicy Lemons—per dozen only 29c BE THRIFTY—Save Gold Bond Stamps and turn them in for CASH— 53.00 CASH FOR EVERY FULL BOOK, Save 1% on your Grocery bill. Could mean a saving of $50.00 a year on your grocery budget. FOR SATURDAY We'll have Penny Oranges Nice, Juicy, Medium Sized Oranges lc each All you want at this price! JUMBO SAYS: "You don't have to be crazy to eat in a Russian restaurant—but it helps. Here is what a hungry guy goes through: Alter the waiter takes your order, he writes it in his book. But he docs not go and order the food. He goes to the bookkeeper who makes another entry about the food to be ordered, then issues a slip which goes to the kitchen. There another 'entry is made and the food requested. When the food is finally issued, an entry is made on a slip which is given to the waiter. Now the waiter does not bring the food to the table. He takes this slip to the bookkeeper who makes another entry that the food which had been ordered was issued and then gives another slip to the waiter, who goes back to the kitchen and brings the food to the table, making a note in his book that the food which had been ordered and entered and finally delivered is now being eaten. A Guy Could Starve To Death Waiting." Glenn J. Jarmes "Jumbo Foods" Telephone No. 247

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