Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 17, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 17, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 17, 1948. jxiliary to Meet. fho American Legjon. Auxiliary \rthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, m meet Wedneesday, March 24, 12:30 p. m., at the homo of Mrs. |red C. Meyer, with Mrs. Ernest ierlmul as assisting hostess. The jnbers should note date change The Willard Livingoods Married for 42 Years'. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Livingood observed their 42nd wedding anniversary this week, so on Sunday the following neighbors went to their home to help them celebrate the event at a picnic dinnerf* Mr. and Mrs. Edward Poesch, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Land!. Mr. and Mrs. August Miller and Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss. i THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Family Dinner Honors ' Mr. and Mrs. H. Lawson The children and their families of Mr. and Mrs. Henry C. Lawson of this city honored them at a din ner Sunday in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Bulman. The occasion was Mr. and Mrs. Lav/son's 53rd wedding anniversary. Attending the event were Mr and Mrs. H. C. Brown of St. Paul, Minn.. Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Lawson of Caledonia, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lawson and family of McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. John Dundee and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Monthei and family of Jefferson, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Lawson and family of Waukon, Mrs. John Johnson and son, Michael, of Waterville, and Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Bulman of this city. All of Mr. and Mrs. Lawson's children, Mrs. Brown, Mrs. Dundee, Elwood and Harold Lawson, were present for the event, as were all but seven of their grandchildren. s 9- 98 TO $ 15- 98 Witb skirts a whirl ... in fabrics fresh and bright . . . Trudy captures the new look in dresses that are a fashion and budget delight. For example . . . this exciting print and plain Sierra Rayon at just $10.95. HUEBNER'S Mrs. Cook Honored at Handkerchief Shower. Mrs. F. H. Babcock entertained a group of ladies Monday evening at her home at a handkerchief shower in honor of Mrs. K. T. Cook, the occasion being the latter's birthday anniversary. After a season at bridge, refreshments were served. A birthday cake formed,the centerpiece on the luncheon table. Prizes at bridge were awarded to Mrs. Paul Waters, Mrs. Cook. Mrs. Milton Starcevich. Present for the event were Mrs. Luman Colton, Mrs. John Madsen, Mrs. Ralph Gosmire, Mrs. Milton Starcevich, Mrs. Paul Waters, and the Misses Eunice Boardman and Dorothy McGoon. Post Rebekah Lodge Host To Convention. Word has been received here by Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, that it is to be the host to the six lodges comprising this district at the annual convention to be held Monday, May 10. Plans were immediately started to entertain the visitors who will come here for the session. At a recent meeting the following were chosen as convention officers: Mrs. Delia S. Stone, president; Miss Hattie Weihe, vice president; Mrs. Glenn Olson, secretary, and Mrs. Orma Schultz, treasurer. Big-Four 4-H Club Meets at Waters Home. The monthly meeting of the Big- Four boys' 4-H Club met on Monday of last week ,at the Ambrose Waters home, with Leo Christofferson, club president, presiding. Twenty members were present and the discussion of rat control work was postponed until next meeting. A motion was made and prevailed that the Big-Four club write to all 4-H clubs in Allamakee county and invite the members to a skating party at Luana Wednesday evening, March 24, from 7 to 11 o'clock. Invitations have been extended to the Volney Go-Getters, the Clermont Clever Clovers and Post township Sunshine Makers clubs. After the meeting, refreshments were served by the ladies. SCHOOL NEWS. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy of this city and Ted Green of Madison, Wis., were dinner guests Sunday in the home ofrthe latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Green. The Naomi Past Noble Grands Club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Laurence Hofer, with Mrs. Alvin Kahle as assisting hostess. TRIAL JURORS DRAWN FOR APRIL COURT TERM A number of residents of southwestern Allamakee county were drawn for trial jury duty at the April term of district court, among them being 'the following: Post township—Dorothy Brandt, Bertha Deering, J. E. Horgan, George Huebner, Nora McNeil, Louise Oldag, Raymond Samek and Leonard Thoma, Ludlow township— Albert Flage. Franklin township— Daisy Livingood, Ray Van Gorder. General News. Mr. Gosmire's office has been undergoing a remodeling job much to the envy of other teachers. , Three busses were taken to the basketball game at Waterloo Thursday night. Two were furnished by Burr Cook and one by Harold Meyer. Mr. Gosmire's P. T. class had a basket-shooting game. Cletus Reincke won both games by a sizeable margin. A teachers' meeting was held Tuesday night under the direction of Miss Mackert and Mr. Gosmire. Kindergarten. The Kindergarten enjoyed a movie, "The Farm Dog," this week. We were glad to have Marlene Sorenson's mother, her aunt, Mrs. Christianson, and her cousins, David and Jimmie, of Harlan, visit us. The measles epidemic really hit our room. We have had only six or seven present the past few days. Marlene Sorenson treated us to candy • bars on her sixth birthday Monday. Junior High. Students receiving 100% in spelling the past week are: Sixth Grade, Lorraine Brainard, Noel Cook, Robert Frese, Dorlna Gulsvig and Billy James. Seventh Grade, Daisy Beisker, Shirley Brandt, Diane Douglass, Mary Dresser, Jim Jarmes, Peggy Kerr, Phyllis Mork, Jimmy Rima, Norman Schroeder, Donna Schultz, Ann Spencer and Cletus Winter. Eighth Grade, Dick Klingbeil, Nancy Kneeland, Janice Schroeder, Joan Schultz aij.d Irene Thornton. Fourth Grade. Those who had 100 in spelling Wednesday were Donald Anderson, Jack Backhaus, Ileta Christoffer- Go to Jackson Junction For Birthday Party. A number of people from Postville and Castalia went to Jackson Junction Sunday to attend a 6:30 o'clock dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Winn. The event was given in honor of their son, John's, birthday anniversary. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gregg and cfaughters, Joyce Ann and Judy of Postville, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Harvey, Merle Meyer, Richard Bollman and Johnny Svendsen of Castalia. ive Your Living Room HE NEW LOOK.. A new stobk of living room furniture has been received and is now on display on our floor. These new items will lend themselves to makjing your home more comfortable and attractive. Come in and see them and the low prices we have- marked on them. Louis Schutte SfSons The Largest Furniture Stock In Northeast Iowa MARCH FOOD SEEKERS FREE ! FREE ! 1FREE ! FREE ! SATURDAY ONLY, MARCH 20 Schulze & Burch Cookies and Crackers Briardale Coffee and Kraft Cheese FREE DEMONSTRATION Come in and enjoy this treat and choose your Weekend Specials from the following list. FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES Per package—21c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH Per package—29c | GRAPEFRUIT—Sweet, Juicy, 96 size | BUY A CASE AND SAVE ! | 9 for only 25c Per Box $2.79 | For A Spring Tonic Buy— | NEW CABBAGE, per pound 6V 2 c 1 | ORANGES, Calif. Navel, 3 dozen__69c | CARROTS, California, 2 bunches__25c 1 TODAY'S BEST BUDGET BUYS: Raisins, 2 lbs 25c Sweet Pickles, Fancy, pint jar_.35c Dreft— 2 large pkgs.__. 65c Peas, Standby per pound-43c 2 No - 2 <*™____39c | Standby Deluxe Plums, in heavy syrup, 2 No. 2 ! /2 size cans for 45c Morton House 1 Chili Con Carne with Beans, 16-oz. can 23c n | Empress Coffee, Cinnamon Roast, 1 lb. can—51c 1 FREE—20 Super DeLuxe Ford Sedans 1 | Plus $2,500.00 in Cash Prizes 1 1 NEW POST-WAR 1 1 OLD DUTCH CLEANSER CONTEST J | Get Your FREE Entry Blank Here ! j OLD DUTCH CLEANSER, 3 for 25c J The Farmers Store I R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 son, Gary Haltmeyer, Arlo Heckman, Robert James,. Milton Mohs, Marilyn Meyer, Gretchen Palas, Janice Pearson, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, David Schutte, Zoe Thoreson, Beverly Trautman. We have been making flowers and our customes in art classes this week for the operetta. We will give it Friday evening. In our room Jack Backhaus is Rumplestiltskin and Gretchen Palas is the princess and the remainder of the pupils are the attendants and guards who will sing as a chorus. Those who earned *A's in the geography unit test are: Donald Anderson, Ileta Christofferson, Gary Haltmeyer, Arlo Heckman, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz and Beverly Trautman. The University of Dubuque a cappella choir attracted a large audience to the concert in the Community Presbyterian church Sunday afternoon. Franklin Le Bar directed the choir ...of 58 voices, which went from here to Waukon as the next concert site on its tour of northern Iowa and Dakota. Miss Dorothy Schultz of Davenport- spent the weekend here with her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Luver Schultz. Willard Thoma of Oelwein transacted business in his old home town Monday forenoon. Northeastern Iowa's Largest Assortment of USED CARS 1047 FLEETLINE 1S1G FORD CONVERTIBLE 1946 FORD 1938 CHEVROLET p 1933 CHEVROLET *> 1936 PLYMOUTH 1948 PLYMOUTH Special Deluxe with all accessories 1948 CHEVROLET Stylemaster Blue; with radio and heater TRUCKS— 1946 FORD TRUCK—Long wheel base; with dump box; Brown light transmission; power takeoff and 8.25 tires. 1937 CHEVROLET -TRUCK — • Short wheel base. 1936 DODGE PICKUP SUNSHIELDS And also a new 9-foot Lashco refrigerator. WILLMAN MOTOR Phone 393 Postville, Iowa GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS A Colossal 3-Ring Circus Parade of Jumbo Bargains GOOD ONLY FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Folger's Mountain Grown Coffee, lb 47c Kaffee Hag Coffee, per pound 49c Van Camp's Chili Con Carne, 35c seller 27c Heine 57 Sauce, a 25c value, at only 17c Margies and Clinton Puddings 5c each; 2 for 9c Spry, 3 pound can $1.27; 1 pound 45c Sun Maid Raisins, Seeded Muscats, 25c val._..17c Dessert Sun Dried Peaches, 24c value 17c Richelieu Yellow Clingstone Peaches— In heavy syrup, regular 43c seller 37c These Peaches Are Tops! Try them and be convinced. Wings Cigarettes, per carton $1.49 All other brands, per carton at .__$1.69 Nabisco Saltines, 27c value, at only 21c Softasilk Cake Flour, 47c seller, at 43c Borden's Liquid Hemo, a 59c bargain at 39c Curtiss Baby Ruth Cookies, 29c value 25c Musselman's Apple Sauce, 25c seller, only 17c Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Dinner, 39c value 27c Tall Can Red Salmon—65c; Pink SaImon__55c Our 10c Specials were such a Tremendous Hit we will give a repeat performance. The encores are your savings JARMES' 10c JUMBOS Value 3 Cans Heinz Baby Foods—24c 2 Cans Heinz Junior Foods—18c Can Heinz Tomato Soup—14c Box Quaker Farina —ISc Jar Hottentot Pickle Spread 15c Jar Donald Duck Relish —16c Jar Primrose Mince Meat—29c Jar Dill Pickle Relish —19c Jar Olive Butter Box Vanilla Cookies Package Marshmallows After Glow Ice Tea Mix Morton House Date Roll Breading Fry Mix Waldorf Instant Suds Bar Sweetheart Soap Value —21c —16c —15c —16c —15c —19c —39c —13c OUR SPECIAL SATURDAY JUMBO ONE DAY ONLY—Continuous Performance lc — PENNY GRAPEFRUIT — lc All you want, no limit, eat 'em like Oranges— As long as they last—we'll try and have enough. ASK FOR AND SAVE GOLD BOND STAMPS Just l^ke cash in the bank and money from home. GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS Telephone No. 247

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