Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 10, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 10, 1948
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bNESDAY, MARCH 10, 1948. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE Five. ; hryn Stone Marries m Royce Linsley. ilhr.vfi Patricin Stone of Mil- JTe<\ Wis., daughter of Mrs. a Stone of Postville, nnd John pc Linsley, also of Milwaukee, married Wednesday, Febru- 21, nt high noon in the First jgfian church at Greenville, ih Carolina. The Rev. Earl II, ling, pastor of the church and )d of the bridegroom, officiated jie single ring ceremony in the bnce of a few friends of the le and members of the church, e solo, "I Love You Truly," Min.u at the beginning of the cc and the pianist, Mr. Frye, KI the Lohengrin Bridal ctior- s the couple approached the c bride wore a suit of grey, black accessories and a cor- of roses. e bride is a graduate from ( ,'ilic high school with the class I3G and for the past six years >een employed in the offices of Hamischfeger Corp., in Mil- ;ee. Mr. Linsley, also an cm- in the same office, is the son lis. Grace Linsley of Grand (Is, Michigan. couple are now at home in fcna Beach, Florida. , mer Postville Girl tried at Iowa City. Lester Martens Family Given Surprise Parties. r. and Mrs. Lester Martens kfamily who last week moved from route one, Castalia, to a farm near Dccorah, were tendered two farewell parties before they moved, one by their threshing ring Sunday night of last week and the.othbr by their neighbors and friends!"^ At the threshing ring-parly bun­ co was played, after which a picnic supper was served from the baskets of food brought by Mr. and Mrs. Paul .Tieskotter and family, Mr. and Mrs. Miles Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Bohr. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Schmilz and Mrs. Alvin Knutsvig and Leon, all of Ossian, and Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Tieskotter and family, and 'Gordon Tieskotter. At the second party held the Friday evening previously 500 was played and later a picnic supper was served from the baskets brought by Mr. and Mrs. Earl Glister and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and' family, Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Monroe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Buddcnbcrg and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melvin Buddenberg and family, all of that community, and Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schulte and family of Postville. Both groups presented gifts to i ,Mr. and Mrs. Martens. Monday Club Meets at Mrs. E. Klingbeil Home. The Postville Monday Club mot at the home' of Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil on March 8 with nineteen members present, Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison gave a paper on Robert Young, head of the Chesapeake and Ohio railroad. Mrs. Willard Schutto discussed Henry Lylton, and Mrs. R. C. Huebner read a paper on Beardsley Ruml. Mrs. J. T. Humphrey discussed the "Benefits of Labor Unions.]' Mrs. Robert Hecker spoke further on the Pan-American Student Exchange. Mrs. Elmer Weihe, vice county chairman, introduced the matter of entertaining the county meeting in May, and plans were set in motion for it. The Monday Club is in receipt of an invitation from the Club of the Hour to attend their April 12 meeting. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. L. L. Hill March ''22, at which time officers will be elected and a study topic chosen for next year. The August Doerrings Mark Golden Wedding. Grand Meadow Club Holds Annual Meeting. The Grand Meadow Country Club held its annual meeting at the home of Mrs. Albert Baekhaus March 4. Fifteen members answered roll call by revealing the name of their "Secret Friend" for the past year. At the election of officers Mrs. Milton Oldag was chosen president; Mrs. Wm. Kugel, vice president, and Mrs, Harvey Lenth, secretary-treasurer. "Sweet Hour of Prayer" was chosen by Mrs. Milton Oldag as her birthday song. The following program was given: Project, topic on frozen foods, by Mrs. Henry Oldag; "Anesthesia vs. Pain," by Mrs. Lyle Zieman; "Just a Boy," and "House Cleaning Spree," by Mrs. Keith Carlson. A contest on "Definitions of State Abbreviations," conducted by Mrs. Lyle Zieman, was won by Mrs. Arthur Wagner. Mrs. Alvin i Johanningmeier and Mrs. Borton were guests at the meeting. The next meeting will be held April 1, at the home of Mrs. Fred Bruns, beginning at two o'clock. 75 Members and Guests At Eastern Star School. ,. Kathryn Bieschke, the for- Kathryn McGulre of this city, Hurried to Richard H. demons ew Providence at the First sdist church in Iowa City iy, February 29. The- Rev. Dunnington officiated at the |e ring ceremony. demons is a graduate of Jille high school and the Uni- ly of Iowa school of nursing. plso attended Iowa State Col- Mr. demons was graduated [ New Providence high school University of Iowa. He is in nploy of an Iowa City store, i bride is a daughter of Mrs. ( ic Harris of Iowa City, and husband's parents are Mr. [Mrs. Karl Clemons of New­ pence. t owing a wedding trip to Chi- tlie couple set up housokeep- 1 823 Rider street, Iowa City. | and Mrs. Clarence Peake and IDS of Postville attended the |ng and reception following. Monday evening's special meeting and school of instruction at Postville Chapter. No. 23B. Order of the Eastern Star, attracted 75 members and visitors. Among the latter were Stars from Ossian and Waukon. Mrs. Florence Goodwin of Waterloo, district instructor, held a school of instruction on the ritualistic work of the order. She was accompanied here by Mrs. Dorothy Clute. treasurer of the Waterloo Chapter. Three new members were initiated during the meeting and refreshments were served at the close of the meeting. Family Dinner to Mark 53d Wedding Anniversary Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Lawson will observe their 53rd wedding anniversary Saturday of this week, and in order to fittingly celebrate the event all their children and their families will be at the Lawson home Sunday for a dinner party. Postville, Luana and Monona relatives of Mr. and Mrs. August'| Docrring went to Kenosha, Wis., last Saturday to attend the golden wedding anniversary of that couple. Mr. and Mrs. Doerring are former Luana residents. They were married March 8, 1898 at Clayton Center by the Rev. F. W. Seifert and lived in Clayton county until moving to Kenosha in 1918. They are the parents of six children, one of whom passed away some years ago. They have 12 grandchildren. Marriage vows were repeated Saturday in the Swedish American Hall in Kenosha, and later open house was held at which 210 guests were received. Later an additional 100 guests greeted them at their home, bringing gifts and a purse of money for the couple. Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton entertained the following at dinner Sunday i" their home: Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Huffman of Garnavillo, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton and family of Rossville, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adam and son. Sundaj*klinner guests in the home of . and Mrs. Truman Ov- ereen and family included Mr. and Mrs. Harry Overeen and family and John Hoth. Club of the Hour Study Topic is Art. Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Clarence Hoth with seventeen members present. Roll call was, "Bring an Art Treasure from Home." The following program was given: "North and South American Madonnas," by Mrs. Robert Burling; "Pan-American Student Exchange," by Mrs. Willard Schutte. A business meeting was held, and the club, adjourned until March 22 when they will meet with Mrs Truman Overeen as hostess. Sell! Swap! Rent! Buy! via the Herald Want Ad way. SCHOOL NEWS. Third Grade. Nearly half of the 35 pupils in third grade have been absent during the last two weeks. Those who were present wrote letters during English classes to send to their sick friends. Mrs. Elmer Marting visited school last Thursday morning. Fourth Grade. Those who are on the health inspection honor roll are: Beverly Trautman, Douglas Ruckdaschel, Jeanette Rose, Zoe Thoreson, Gretchen Palas, Linda Muchow, Ileta Christofferson, Milton Mohs, Marilyn Meyer and Gary Haltmeyer. The others have been "in the doghouse" at least twice. Those who have earned A and B averages this six weeks are: Donald Anderson, Jack Baekhaus, Ileta Christofferson, Charles Eberling, Gary Haltmeyer, Gretchen Palas, Jeanette Rose, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, Zoe Thoreson and Beverly Trautman. For our operetta, in art we've been making our costumes, and flowers which are all made of crepe paper. For the stems of the flowers we're using pipe cleaners. Our first group picture is up in our room. It is a white profile of Washington and Lincoln on a blue background which was drawn freehand. Those who worked on this picture are: Charles Eberling, Wesley Schultz, Ileta Christofferson, David Schutte, Gretchen Palas. Fifth Grade. The fifth grade geography class is studying about the U. S. possessions. The chapter on Alaska has just been completed, and the one on Hawaii will soon be studied. They will learn of many differences in climate, people, occupations, etc., in their study of Hawaii and Alaska. The following people received A's in the geography six weeks test: Leonard Althouse, Myrna Christofferscon, Jerry Klingbeil, Fritz Palas and Dellene Schultz. WEEK-END ENDER... JUICY... DEE-LICIOUS lam is the traditional favorite of the Easter fale—and if you're planning to serve one, you Wl3 fill want the best ... a tender, sugar-cured, POR fckory-smoked ham from HAROLD'S CASH IROCERY ... a ham with that oh-so-good PRICES >vor that makes a meal a masterpiece of fine fasting. So place your order today. Pre- Friday, Saturday boked or regular, whole or either half at a ant j Monday fal low price. VKERITE, 3 pounds $129 BACON, pound -69<r IC-L-JOYS, 3 jars___—-- r -$l 00 BE EF ROAST, lb.'—: 51c fcnt ^E;^:::^ HAMBURGER, n, ^ IOCOLATE CHIPS, pkg 27c PORK SAUSAGE, lb—49c MATO JUICE, large -25c pj CNlc HAMS, lb 49c PPLE BUTTER, 14 oz 15c - HERE'S A FOR FRIDAY AND SATURDAY MARCH 12 and 13 Shurfine Pure Vegetable Shortning, 3 lb.__$1.19 Libby's Pork & Beans with Molasses, 3 cans_45c Chili-ets, (Makes chili con carne by just adding meat) 3 cans for 34c Briardale Dark Red Kidney Beans, 3 cans__48c Spanish Olives, Stuffed, 7 l / 2 oz. jar 52c FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES Per package—21c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH Per package—29c WINESAP APPLES, 3 pound, for 27c C AD ? LETT UCE, Crwp and solid heads, 2 for 23c CARROTS, Sweet and tender, 2 bunches—.____25c ' A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRVITS AND VEGETABLES G.W.C. Peaches, sliced and halves, in heavy syrup, No. 2 l / 2 can for 48c G.W.C. Pears/halved, No. 2»/ 2 can 45c Briardale Orange Juice and Orange and Grapefruit Juice, 46 oz. can < 26c Briardale Peas, garden run, 3 No. 2 cans___42c Roi Tan and Charles Denby Cigars, box of 50 cigars for only $4.00 Gold Medal Flour, 50 lb. bag ____$3.79 Dreft, pkg 29c Occident Cake Flour, pkg. 43c •••••••• Extra Special on Heinz Baby Foods Ask,us about it! COFFEE Rich In quality and Il»Tor with f all- b o d 1 • « . •tranrtn Briar d a 1 • coffaa la tfca tarorlU at . avary a»aL ALL OVER IOWA " per pound—43c Lipton's Noodle Soup, 3 for__.__32c Holland Milker Herring, per pound ^__34c Boak's Tasties Spiced Herring, per pound. _39c ^Briardale Tall Corn Pink Alaska Salmon, 1 poiyid can special at ______59c Texas Grapefruit, 96 size, 25 for _59c \ Calif. Navel Oranges, 288 size, 2 doz. 49c Complete Line of Fresh Fruits and Vegetables The Farmers Store JIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIM I SEWING MACHINE 1 SERVICE NOTICE! I As I am moving from Calmar to Waucoma, | I my visits to Postville will'not be as frequent | | as heretofore. However, I shall continue to f I render service as promptly as possible. And, f I with this in mind, I have arranged with LOUIS I i SCHUTTE & SONS, Postville, and also with 1 | MUEHLENTHALER'S at Elgin, where sewing f I machines may be left or your orders for repair- | I ing will be listed hereafter. . | | I wish to thank all patrons and friends for | I their past patronage—I have enjoyed working I I for you and solicit your patronage in the future, f J. A. FLYNN | SEWING MACHINE SERVICE I ! No service calls accepted at the Herald Office! | iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS • R. L. "Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 j GIGANTIC | I Week-End Specials! § | Richelieu's Famous Go-Farther Coffee, lb.__45c J jj You don't need to use as much : 57c seller during week. §f | Richelieu's Delicious Sugar Peas, 27c value— I | Per can only — 18c; 2 cans for — 35c J H These Peas have a flavor you will like and remember. g | COME EARLY—THEY WON'T LAST LONG j | 10 CENT SPECIALS j | Look what a dime will buy-at the Elephant Store | | Take 'em Away Postville ! | | —Medium Sized Box of Lux Soap, 16c value j | —Medium Sized Box Oxydol Soap, 16c value § —Box of Sutho Soothing Suds, 15c value | —Can of Swift's Cleanser, 15c value I —Box Baby Stuart Water Softener, 17c value 1 —Bar of Cashmere Bouquet Soap, 13c value I —Jar of K C Baking Powder, 25c size | —Can of Heinz Tomato Soup, 14c value | —Jar of Dill Pickle Relish, 17c value • —Can of Sardines, mustard or oil, 17c value | —Can of Cherry Juice, Tomato Juice, Grape- | fruit Juice, Blended Juice or Orange Juice | Values from 17c to 27c each § —Any of the Tobaccos selling for 12c to 15c | Pillsbury Pancake Mix, plain or buckwheat_39c | A regular 49c seller. g Piknik Shoestring Potatoes, 23c value. 17c | Premium Crackers, lb. 23c; Ritz Crackers, 17c | Any Pop—6 bottles__25c; Case of 24 for__98c | CIGARETTES—Saturday only, carton___$1.69 | Betty Crocker Breakfast Tray, 33c value. __25c | Post's Corn Toasties, big size, 25c seller 19c | Swerl Magic Suds, 27c retail, now only., 19c | Bruce's Grapefruit Segments in heavy 1 syrup; always sold for 27c, now—___ Gold Medal Flour, 5 pound bag for Skippy Chunk Style Peanut Butter Honey, selling for 59c; 1 lb. jar now only- Jellies—In Jars—Strawberry, Cherry, or Elderberry, always sold for 29c, at_ 17c | 47c j 39c | 39c | 19c 1 SATURDAY WILL BE JELL-0 SATURDAY "We don't want it, you can have it, it's too , much for us." All you want at 5c pkg. NO LIMIT! MX FLAVORS! And plenty of Green Jello (or St. Patrick's Day. As long as it lasts! Come early! SAVE YOUR GOLD BOND STAMPS and declare yourself a real cash dividend of $3.00 on your grocery purchases. WATCH THE JUMBOS EVERY WEEK— AND SAVE-MONEY ! GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS Telephone .No. 247 1 I. m 11 IIP m if

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