Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 24, 1948 · Page 5
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March 24, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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EDNESDAY, MARCH 24, 1948. Istern Star Chapter Observe Anniversary. ; will bo 50 yenrs ago next Mon- cvcnins that Postvillc Chapter, ' 23«. Order of the Eastern Star. instituted in Postville, In (niemornllng the event the chap- will entertain members and husbands and wives and Ma- ancl their wives' at the high Itol jj .vmnnsium at a program, at i Ray McMurrny of Newton, liy Grand Patron of the Iowa nd Chapter, will be the princi- eaker. *» tcccdins the meeting at the nl house, Eastern Stars and in- guests will attend a banquet he fellowship hall of St. Paul's jieriin church nt 6:30 o'clock, invocation will be given by L. O. Koevenig; letters from (ler members and-others will be by Mrs. A. C. Webster, and Ernest Overland and Mrs. or Walter will sing a duet. ( Program at School House, e program at the school audi- m will include musical num- i from 7:30 to 8:00 p. m.; open- Jnarch by chapter officers; song, My Heart There Rings a Melo : by the assemblage; greetings I rtrs. George C. Sebastian, Wor- Mntron. and Herman Christof- m, Worthy Patron of the local tcr; presentation of the Flag firs. Ray Douglass; selection by rtet: reading of the history of Chapter by Mrs. Arbe Behrens; ant by chapter officers honor- Illrs. Anna Staadt and Mrs. Welzel, charter members; fcntation of life certificates by jJIcMurray, Worthy Grand Pai skit, "Then and Now," written Bis. Harvey pouglass and pre- by Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Mrs. Jarmes. Mrs. Burr Cook and | K. T. Cook; quartet selection jffrs. L. W. Casten, Mrs. A. C. Iter, Mrs. Victor Walter and 1 Ernest Overland; address by ^IcMurray; remarks by guests; day cake ceremony in honor barter members, past worthy ims and patrons; solo by Mrs. Walter. The program will Ho wed by serving of rc- nents. Original Chapter. inter members of the chapter Jin 1898 were Mrs. Ed Cornell, Is Perry, Mrs. John Crosby, I J. B. Hart, Mrs. R. N. Doug|Mrs. James Perry, Mrs. W. J. Mrs. W. Rollinson, Mrs. Prior, Mrs. Fred H. Welzel, THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Mrs. Carl Holter, Mrs. Frank Tuller, Miss Ruby Webb, Mrs. E. D. Stiles, Mrs. W. C. McNeil, Mrs. Charles Flynn, Mrs. R. F. Hccker, Mrs. W. S. Webster, Mrs. H. B. Hawkins, Mrs. J. E. Perry and Mrs. Godfrey Staadt. Of the charter members Mrs. Cornell, Mrs. Staadt. Mrs. Welzel and Mrs. J. E. Perry are the only ones living today. Interesting to note is the following item taken from the Postville Graphic of March 31, 1898, telling of the establishment of the chapter: "An Eastern Star Chapter was established here Tuesday with 20 charter members. James E. Perry was appointed worthy patron by Mrs. Meredith of Newton, and on his recommendation she appointed the following as the first officers of the lodge until the first meeting after a charier is issued: Mrs. A.E. Cornell, worthy matron; Mrs. W. Rollinson, associute matron; Mrs. John Crosby, secretary; Mrs. J. B. Hart, treasurer: Mrs. W. J. Wallis, chaplain; Mrs. R. N. Douglass, conductress; Mrs. J. E. Perry, associate conductress; Mrs. E. H. Prior, Adah; Mrs. F. H. Welzel. Ruth; Mrs. Carl Holter, Esther; Mrs. Frank W. Tuller, Martha; Mrs. \V. S. Webster, Electa; Mrs. E. D. Stiles, warder; Mrs. W. C. McNeil, sentinel." Post-Franklin Study Club Meets With Mrs. Suckow. Elect Mrs. R. Hecker Monday Club President. Eighteen members of the Postville Monday Club and two guests met at the home of Mrs. Louis L. Hill Monday afternoon for a program on artists. Mrs. Win. Leui gave a talk on Norman Rockwell, and Mrs. Erwin Klingbcil spoke on Grant Wood, the Iowa artist. Mrs. Mate Welzel read a paper on the "Penny Art Fund." At the business meeting, Mrs. Robert M. Hecker was elected president for the coming year. Other officers chosen were Mrs. Kermit James, vice president; Mrs. Robert Lindsay, secretary-treasurer; Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison, Mrs. Kenneth Cook, Mrs. Milo Gericke and Mrs. Otto Fischer, program committee; Mrs. Henry Oldag, Mrs. Harvey Roberts and Mrs. Kermit James, hospital committee; Mrs. Louis L. Hill, Mrs. Wm. Leui and Mrs. Willard Schutte, by-laws committee. During the discussion of a study topic for 1948149, the program committee served coffee. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Aitchison April 12. The Postville Hospital Auxiliary will meet at Memorial Hall Saturday evening, March 27, at eight o'clock. SOMETHING NEW IN DRESSES - - GEORGIANAS — For Women $9.98 to $12.98 DORIS DODSONS and TRUDY HALL — For Juniors $9.98 to $15.98 CINDERELLAS — For Girls $1.98 to $4.98 NANNETTES — For Toddlers $1.98 to $3.98 BLOUSES — Cotton or Rayon $1.98 to $5.79 [GLOVES — In Fabric and Leather $1.00 to $4.98 PURSES — In All Colors $2.98 to $6.98 iOSIERY — The New Spring Shades including the new Navy Blue $1.50 to $2.25 SCARFS•—Rayon and Pure Silk $1.19 to $2.19 UEBNER'S The Post-Franklin Study Club met last Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Richard Suckow, with 25 members present. Two visitors, Mrs. Henry V. Steele and Emma Suckow, also attended. Mrs. Frank Hogan led the devotions, while roll call was answered by giving "Superstitions." The club sang, "Believe Me If All Those Endearing Young Charms," and Mrs. Harva O. Miller gave a review of the book, "No Room in the Inn." The Women's Creed and the song, "Evening Prayer," were given by the club, who also sang "Brighten the Corner Where You Are" as a birthday song for Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. Vern Meyer. The contest, given by Mrs. Harva O. Miller, was won by Mrs. Lester Smith and Mrs. George Brainard while Mrs. Clinton Meyer was awarded the consolation prize. A lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Fred H. J. Thoma and Mrs. Walter Sander. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Lawson with a doll contest and guest meeting. A guest speaker will address the group. West Post Club Has St. Patrick's Day Meeting. Home Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Harry Landt. The Home Garden Club of Grand Meadow township held their March meeting last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Harry Landt. The opening song was "Loch Lomond," and 15 members answered roll call by giving helpful ideas in sewing. Mrs. LeRoy Foels was a guest of the club meeting, at which Mrs. Melvin Radloff read from the Scriptures and wedding congratulations were extended to Mrs. Lorenz Lenth and Mrs. Ed Doerring. Mrs. Henry Radloff and Mrs. Milo Jacobia gave a report on their visit to Florida and'. Cuba. They also had many pictures and folders illustrating the places they visited. The remainder of the day was spent on a spelling contest which was won by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, and a contest on recognizing our 48 states was won by Mrs. Ray Jacobia. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Ray Jacobia Wednesday, April 21. The West Post Project Club met with Mrs. Lloyd Everman Mar. 17, with 15 members and three guests present, Mrs. Karl Walters, Mrs. Rudy Everman and Marian Bocse. The Lord's Prayer was recited in unison, followed by the group singing of "A Merry Heart" and "The Wearing of the Green." Roll call was "Tips on Self-Improvement." Mrs. Karl Walters joined the club at this meeting. Mrs. Harlan Sebastian presented the lesson on "Good Grooming." The, contest on "The Dry Goods Store," conducted by Mrs. Gordon Lawson, was won by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. "The Little Brown Church in the Vale" was sung as a belated birthday song for Mrs. Harlan Schara. The singing of "God Be With You Till We Meet Again" closed the meeting, after which a St. Patrick's Day lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting' will be held April 21 with Mrs. Merle Lange. Mrs. Lund Entertains Prosperous Ridge Club. Mrs. Laurence Hofer Heads Club of the Hour. Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Truman Overeen with fourteen members present. Roll call was answered with "An Opera Star." Mrs. Arthur Thoma reviewed the opera, "Lohengrin," by Wagner. During the businoss meeting the following officers for the coming club year were elected: Mrs. Laurence Hofer, president; Mrs. William Behrens. vice president; Mrs. Arthur Thoma, secretary-treasurer. The program committee for the coming year will be Mrs. Neiling Thoma, Mrs. Arthur Thoma and Mrs. Victor Walter. • The next meeting will be held April 12 at the home of Miss Catherine Staadt; members of the Postville Monday Club will be guests. Birthday Surprise. ^ Friends dropped in on Mrs. Cy Harrington Saturday evening to help her pbserve her birthday anniversary. They brought baskets of food from which a picnic supper- was served. Later, the evening was spent playing cards. Mrs. Matt Lund was hostess to the Prosperous Ridge Club at her home last Thursday afternoon. Fourteen members and one guest, Mrs. Aimer Amundson, answered roll call by tejling a joke. The opening song of the club was "My Bonnie Lies Over the Ocean," and the hostess then read the Scripture selections. Mrs. Ambrose Waters gave the secretary's report, after which the group sang, "Abide With Me" as the bfrthday song for Mrs. Aimer Amundson. The closing song was "Holy, Holy, Holy." The program .was conducted by Mrs. Arthur Baltz and Mrs. Lloyd Bigler. Winners of the contest were Mrs. Bertie Waters, Mrs. Matt Lund and Mrs. Clem Waters. Mrs. Bertie Waters conducted a drawing contest which was won by Mrs. Glen Meyer, while the word contest was won by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler. The next meeting of the club will be held April 15 at the home of Mrs. Glen Meyer. Sunday Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz entertained a group of relatives and friends Sunday at their home in honor of their daughter, Eudora, who was confirmed that day at St. Paul's church. Present at dinner were Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sampson, John Sand and Mrs. Amanda Schultz and daughter, JoAnn, of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumhagen and Elmer of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schutte and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Will Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz and family, of Postville; Louis Schultz of Luana and Willis Schultz of Ames. Entertain Dinner Guests. Guests Sunday at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. E. T. Mork in honor of the confirmation of the latter couple's daughter, Phyllis, included Mr. and Mrs. Tennis Kolsrud and family of Waterville;' Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kelly of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Kruse of Dubuque; Mrs. Lewis McNally and Patty and Robert of Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Hardy Nelson and family of Waukon and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and family were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohs. Come, fill your Easter Basket ... fill it to over-flowing with all of the favorite foods for the feast — and do it easily quickly, economically. Every department offers an eye-filling, taste-filling array of our BIG VALUES — fashioned for feasting . . . price dlow for real savings. So shop at HAROLD'S and save more money. BEEF ROAST, lb. 55c SLICED BACON, lb 65c HORMEL PORK LINKS_57c SMOKED PORK LINKS_59c We will have a limited amount of Smoked Ham ! Folger's Coffee, pound 53c Maraschino Cherries, 4 oz._19c Oriole Peas, 2 seive, 3 tins_67c Red Pitted Cherries, 3 tins 98c Fruit Cocktail, No. 2Vi tin_53c Royal Gelatine, 2 pkgs._ 15c N.B.C. SALTINE CRACKERS 1 pound pkg. 25c Orange and Grapefruit Juice Monarch, 3 large tins_95c HormePs Lard, pound 31c Bakerite Shortening, 3 lbs $1.29 Cheese, 2 pound box____ 98c FRUITS and VEGETABLES CABBAGE, per pound — 8c LETTUCE, 2 heads for ___19c CELERY, large bunch 27c Orange and Grapefruit Sauce___27c Oriole Lima Beans, tin 33c Brown Sugar, 2 pounds 27c Cinch Cake Mix, pkg. 45c Soft-As-Silk Cake Flour, pkg.—43c Nestles Chocolate.Chips, 2 pkgs_49c We will have Nice White BUNNY EGGS and EGG COLORS A FULL LINE OF FRESH FRUIT AND VEGETABLES Cauliflower - - Radishes - - Fresh Carrots HAROLD'S CASH MARKET PHONE 1.1 POST V I LL E PLEASE NOTE! NO GRINDING UNTIL FRIDAY on account of repairs to equipment. SEED TESTING IS NOT AFFECTED Bring in your seed for treating any time. Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS A STUPENDOUS GALAXY OF JUMBO BARGAINS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY Chase & Sanborn New Blended Coffee, lb.__45c Sells for 55c per pound everywhere. Super Suds, a carload of suds in every box__33c Sta-FIo Liquid Laundry Starch, 23c value__17c Rocky Dell Soda Water, 15c size oc Quaker Muffets, whole wheat biscuit 9c Heinz Bread & Butter Pickles, 33c value 25c Gigantic Slash In Honey Prices: Gallon Size, $2.85 value $2.19 Y 2 Gallon Size, regular $1.55 value $1.19 16 ounce Jar, formerly 59c, Special at 29c Morton's Chicken A La King, 59c seller 39c Parkay Oleo—A Real Buy at only 43c Tone's '/£ lb. Pepper, always sold at 59c 29c For Your Easter Rabbit Egg Supply ! We will again have our famous Jumbo Elephant Sized Eggs for coloring at no extra cost ! DelMonte Prunes in Heavy Syrup, 34c val—27c Swan Soap, Large Size bar for only 17c Heinz Pre-Cooked Oatmeal, For babies 10c Northern Diced Rutabagas, per can only__17c JARMES' 10c JUMBOS The crowds around our 10c Counter convince us Woolworth had the right idea! Just Look at These Specials For A Dime TIDY HOUSE WINDOW CLEANER—15c value TIDY HOUSE 3-WAY CLEANSER—16c value MAGIC CHEF MACARONI DINNER—16c value FUJI CHOW MEIN NOODLES—25c value CHINA BEAUTY CHOW MEIN NOODLES—19c value 3 FULL PACKAGES OF BROWN GRAVY MIX—29c value 3 PACKAGES OF CLINTON OR MARGIE'S PUDDING—24c val. 2 PACKAGES OF ORIENTAL FRUIT CAKE MIX—29c value 2 CANS WILSON'S POTTED MEAT—20c value I CAN ROYAL BAKING POWDER—22c value PLUS HUNDREDS MORE SPACE WILL NOT PERMIT! By Special Request We Will Give A REPEAT PERFORMANCE lc PENNY GRAPEFRUIT DAY SATURDAY ONLY ! First come, first served. No phone calls, please. This time we will try to take care of everybody! Last Saturday people were astounded at the big size of those lc Grapefruit and we were amazed to find we had sold out our complete stock by 11:15 a. m. COME EARLY! STAY LATE ! ASK FOR GOLD BOND STAMPS—They are our daily dividends to you every day. Shop with the crowds at the Little Store With The Big Bargains ! GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS Telephone No. 247

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