Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 31, 1948 · Page 5
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March 31, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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EDNESDAV. MAKCH 31, 1841. junily Gatherings ck Easter Season. the Easter season brought with it iy family gatherings in this vl- |ity. Those coming to our attcn- wero as follows: fcistcr Sunday dinner guests in i home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldag fc the following: Dr. and Mrs. Schneider and 'Allan of Post|e; Dale Anderson of St. Olaf; and Mrs. Lawrence Knutson [ daughters, Marcia and Kathryn Mrs. Emma Knutson of Elgin. ***** Lster dinner guests in the home |ktr. and Mrs. Harvey Q. Christ- jrson were Mr. and Mrs. Albert feliaus and family of Luana, Bernice Sleiber of Lansing, and Mrs. Herman Christoffer! nnd family, Mr. and Mrs. Leon- Christofferson and family, Mr. Mrs. Elbe Christofferson and Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Rein- fct and Lorence Emmett, and Karen Johansen. • * • * • and Mrs. John Falb, Sr., of were Easter Sunday guests lie home of their son and daugh- n-law. Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, and family. ***** iss Marilynn Meckling and Leo foil of Chicago, Mr. and Mrs uir A. Saeugling and Jimmie of IOIW . Mr. and Mrs. John F. is and daughter, Vera, were er Sunday dinner guests of Nora McNeil. George Hanson"and daughter, Slg- ne, and Nancy Larson of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. Henry K. Peterson and daughters, Pearl and Iva, and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Peterson, ***** Easter guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Willard Livingood were Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Soland r and son, Larry, of Canton, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Carlson and family pf Charles City, and Mr. and Mrs. Byron Livingood and family of Rossville. Larry Soland is the Liv- ingoods' only great-grandson. • • » • • Dinner guests on Easter Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson and Bob were Mr. and Mrs. Seward Swenson, Mr. and Mrs. Chet Barr and family and Miss Fern Marling of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Swenson and family of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Swenson and family of Gunder; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honn and family and Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and family of Postville. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. Legion Auxiliary Meets at Meyer Home. Mrs. Cora Lennon had as her Easter dinner guests Sunday Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson and sons, Francis and Edgar of this city, Mr. and Mrs. James Lennon of Elkader and Miss Arlett Christenson of Ames. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schroeder and family of Marion were Easter weekend guests in the home of Harold and Arbie Schroeder and families. • • • • • and Mrs. Henry V. Steele had heir Easter dinner guests Mrs. Clark and James W. Steele. ***** . and Mrs. Herman Schutta I as their breakfast guests' Easter lay Charles H. Hoth and titer, Florence, Mr. and Mrs. :r A. Hoth and family, Mr. and j Clarence C. Hoth and family, IMr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Behrcns [daughters. ***** George B. -Welzel cntcr- the following guests, at din- ISunday in honor of Mr. and ] Elmer Hinzman who had ' ar- here Friday from their bonbon in Washington, D. C: Mr. (Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mrs. Anna pt and daughters, Pauline and erine. Mrs. Minnie Welzel, Mr. I Mrs. Paul Welzel and daugh- Mr. and Mrs. Herold Paulsen t this community: Mr. and Mrs Welzel and JoAnn of West Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Wel- fcnd Judy of Luana; Mr. and fDamond Meyer and Mr. and Earl Gilste* and family of ilia. ***** and Mrs. Arthur W. Swenson |as their Easter dinner guests ! children, Rfcland Swenson of •go, 111., George and DAris (son of Cedar Rapids and Mr. {Mrs. EIrie Ruckdaschel and { .tier guests in the horrie of Mr. Mrs. Arthur Nesteby Easter lay included Mr. and Mrs. La i Gibson of Waterloo, Mrs. ( linn 4-loover of West Union nd Airs. George Whinner and of Eldorado, Mr. and Mrs. ' Sorenson of Ossian, and Mr. Mrs. Jacob Hoover and Rich- jewman of Elgin. 1 * * * * * jests at dinner Easter Sunday home of Mr. and Mrs. Hill Larson were Mr. and Mrs, fcr Gilbertson and sons, Mil| and Hilder, Mr. and Mrs. COAT corns Iwof/s and filings io I O V E L Y PASTEL : O I O R S COAT FLAT PAINT SAME DAY I a real *ASE PAINT fwein or'water *««• IYBER6'S ***** Mr. and Mrs. John Madsen and family were Easter Sunday dinner guests at the Dean Tessmer home at Alpha. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Burnell Anderson and family of Clermont township were Easter dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fischer. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Roy Fixler of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Hcusman were Easter dinner guests last Sunday at the home of Mrs. Verla Heusman and children. ***** Easter dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Oldag and family were Mr. and Mrs. Harold Oldag and family and Miss Bertie Konun of Sheffield, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Hcins and the Misses Violet and Vera Kamp. ***** Easter breakfast guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and family were Mrs. Susan Marston of Earlham; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Waters and Mary Lou of Des Moines; Mr. and Mrs. John Jaster and family of Ossian; Bert Waters, Mrs. Marie Leui, Mrs. Margaret Stockman, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters and Eugene, Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters and family, Mrs. Milda Waters and family and Mr. and Mis. W. A. Kneeland and family, all of Postville. ***** Mr. and Mrs. Paul Koevenig and Paul, Jr., of Cedar Rapids were Easter guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoth and family. The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, met at the home of Mrs. Alfred C. Meyer, with Mrs. Ernest Overland as assisting hostess, on Wednesday, March 2, with Mrs. Willard Schutte presiding. Twenty-seven members responded to roll call. Mrs. Ray Douglass and Mrs. Burr Cook, rehabilitation committee, reported having purchased medicine for a local disabled veteran, and sent lbs. magazines, 12 lbs. wool pieces, 1 lb. leather scraps, 11 lbs. old silk hose and IS lbs. silk pieces to the Veterans Facility at Knoxville to be used in their recreational therapy work. . Mrs. Lucile-' Hein, child welfare chairman, was instructed to purchase 2 pairs trousers, 2 shirts and 2 pairs hose as requested for the assigned child and to send payment for shoes purchased by the Department office for him. Mrs. Luver Schultz and Mrs. Ernest Overland were asked to prepare the program for May, national and international music month. v Six appliqued tea towels donated by Mrs. Alfred Meyer were sold and the money given to Mrs. Ray Douglass to be used in rehabilitation work. Members were favored by readings by Virginia McNally and Jimmy Koevenig, dramatic students in our local high school. Mrs. Harvey Douglass was presented by Mrs. Lenard Allen and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder, community service committee, who told of the work she and her committee have accomplished in social service dur ing the past seventeen years in which many local people have had a part. i The citation from the Iowa De partment commending the unit on membership enrollment was read, The meeting closed with the president reading the poem, "The j Nation's Strength," from the News Reel. Mrs. Robert Martindale drew the attendance prize donated by Mrs, Anna Staadt. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and a social hour was enjoyed. Ruth Welzel Marries Elmer Hinzman Marcl [Mrs. George B. Welzel of this city "Is announcing the marriage of her daughter, Ruth, to Elmer R. Hinzman of Guttenberg. The wedr ding occurred March 17 at Rockville, Maryland, the Rev. Rosehber- ger of ^3t. John 's Methodist church officiating!"^) Thff"cT5upfe was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Earl 'Hinzman of Washington, D. C., brother and sister-in- law of the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a grey wool suit with • moss green accessories and wore a red ,rose corsage. The couple honeymooned in Washington, D. C, and arrived in Postvilte last Friday. Both were employed in Cedar Rapids, but after April 1 they will be at home in Guttenberg. Eastern Stars Observe Fiftieth Anniversary. Boys' 4-H Skating Party Was a Grand Success. Among out of town members coming for the fiftieth anniversary party of the Eastern Stars Monday evening were Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd D. Walter of Springfield, 111., and Mrs. Victor Williams of Coggon. Birthday Party Given Mrs. Anna Schroeder. Mrs. Anna Schroeder observed her 75th birthday on Sunday and in order to fittingly celebrate the event her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Luver C. Schultz, and her granddaughter, Dorothy, plan ned a surprise party in her honor. A group of 32 relatives were invited to the Schroeder-Schultz home and then were served dia mond shaped cakes, ice cream and coffee. A second surprise came when Mrs. Schroeder presented Dorothy with a huge birthday cake to cut for the guests. Dorothy will have a birthday anniversary Thursday of this week. One of the guests present was a great niece of Mrs. Schroeder's, Mrs. Eugene Miller of Farmers.- burg, who also celebrated her birthday anniversary Easter Sunday. I GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS W Big Jumbos Combined — COUNT 'EM I — I — | Folger's Coffee—Can't Be Beat—Pound 49c 1 DUZ—Enough in a box to wash an elephant_35c Oysters—The finest money can buy, pint—59c Heinz Tomato Soup, Buy of the week, 3 cans_25c Sno-Sheen Cake Flour—There is no better—43c Pop, any of a dozen flavors— 6 bottles for 25c; A full case of 24—98c V-S Vegetable Juice—For spring fever. can.33c Richelieu's Finest Peaches, sliced or halves—33c Hormel's Chili con Came—A good buy at__29c Carnation Milk, We have plenty, 2 tall cans-_29c GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS Telephone No. 24T . •^/;.r.>v, ; ;;«. The 4-H roller skating party sponsored by the Big-Four 4-H boys' club, held at Luana Wednesday evening of the past week, was a grand success. A large number of 4-H members, including boys and girls and their leaders, were in attendence. The Big-Four 4-H club not only made complete plans for the event, but served an abundunt supply of refreshments in addition. The 4-H members and leaders attending the party gave plenty of praise to the Big-Four for their efforts in arranging the enjoyable occasion. 4-H members of the county, their leaders and the county 4-H assistant are looking forward to more events of this nature in the future. Father-and-Son Banquet By Brotherhood Monday. The first annual Father.-and-Son banquet, sponsored by the Brotherhood of St. Paul's Lutheran church, will be held in the fellowship hall of the church Monday evening, April 5, at 6:30 o'clock. Orville Running, chalk talk artist, will be the speaker. The banquet will be served by the Sisterhood. /Twelve Past Matrons, six Past Patrons, and several Grand Chapter dignitaries were among the 95 Eastern Stars and guests present at the 6:30 o'clock dinner in the fellowship hall of St. Paul's Lutheran church Monday • evening when Postville Chapter, No. 238, jO, E. S., observed its 50th anniversary. ,1 The dinner was served by the"'Luiheran Missionary Society. All guests were presented with corsages by the local Chapter, the officers of the Chapter receiving handkerchief corsages, gifts, from Mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian, Worthy Matron. Mrs. Sebastian was presented with a red carnation corsage, sent from California by Mrs. Ed Cornell, first Worthy Matron of the local Chapter in 1898 when the Chapter was instituted. Mrs. Tillie Riley of Bremerton, Wash., also sent flowers for the occasion. During the program at the church letters and telegrams were read congratulating the local Chapter on attaining its golden anniversary. A parody on "The Old Refrain" was sung by Mrs. Ernest Overland and Mrs. Victor Walter, accompanied at the piano by Mrs. Leonard W. Casten. Tables were arranged to form a star, with large candles placed to represent the colors of the five points of the star. A large bouquet of yellow jonquils was placed in the center, above which hung an illuminated figure "50." Honor Guests. Guests of honor at the dinner included Ray McMurray of Newton, Worthy Grand Patron of the Iowa Grand Chapter; . Mrs. McMurray, past worthy matron; Mrs. Daisy Ray, past grand matron and chairman of the General Grand Chapter; Dr. and Mrs. Harper of Oelwein; Mrs. Viola Drape of Waverly, representative to California in Iowa; Mrs. Zora Brammer of Dubuque, Grand Electa; Mrs. Edna Winder of Fennimore, Wis., past Grand Ruth of Wisconsin; Ray R. Douglass, Senior Grand Warden of the Iowa Grand Lodge of Masons, and Boyd B. Turner, Worshipful Master of Brotherly Love, No. 204, A. F. & A. M., Postville. You've been hungry for these flavor-packed vegetables all through the long Winter months. So give yourself a treat this evening with the taste-of-Spring vegetables you'll find here at HAROLD'S. Their delightful freshness adds new zing to appetizing meals—brightens menus that have grown dull from sameness. . . And their low, low prices lighten your budget—give you the best of good eating and big savings, as well. ASPARAGUS per pound 35c CABBAGE per pound 6c GRAPEFRUIT SECTIONS 2 tins for 45c Orange & Grapefruit SECTIONS 2 tins 53c MARSHMALLOWS 2 packages 29c MONARCH COFFEE per pound 49c TELEPHONE PEAS 3 tins for 59c •••••••••••••••••••••a SMOKED j HAM HOCKS pey pound 35c > MONARCH BEANS 3 tins for 59c •••••••••••••••••••••a MEAT* TENDERIZED STEAKS per pound 69c END PORK CHOPS per pound 53c FRESH PORK LINKS per pound 59c i HAROLD'S CASH MARKET c 7Ku >iaX <A ' nti 1 fez- a Over 300 at Program. Over 300 people attended the program held at the school auditorium in the evening. Among the Chap ters sending delegations to the lo cal Chapter's observance were Waukon, Ossian, Clermont, Elgin, Monona, McGregor, Guttenberg, Garnavillo, Elkader, Farmersburg, Oelwein and Waverly. Highlight of the evening was the address by Mr. McMurray, who at the conclusion of his talk presented the two charter members, Mrs. Anna Staadt and Mrs. Mate Welzel, with life certificates of membership in the order. Other program numbers included the addresses of welcome by Mrs. Sebastian and Herman Christofferson, worthy matron and worthy patron of Postville Chapter; history of the chapter read by Mrs. Arbe Behrens; a skit, written by Mrs. Harvey Douglass, "Then and Now," starring Mrs. Elmer Meyer, Mrs. Glen Jarmes, Mrs. Burr Cook and |"Mrs. K. T. Cook; vocal quartet, Mrs. L. W. Casten, Mrs. Victor Walter, Mrs. A. C. Webster and Mrs. Ernest Overland; vocal solo by Mrs. Walter, and the birthday cake ceremony honoring charter members and past matrons and patrons of the local chapter. Refreshments were served at the conclusion, of the program. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Masonhall and Mr. and Mrs. Winfield Masonhall and Judy were at Rochester, Minn., Sunday to visit in the Mr. and Mrs. Glen Blakeman home. They also, attended the baptismal service in the First Methodist church there for the Blakemans' youngest son, Bobby Joe. 141 This is the telephone number of our Beauty Shop to open in Postville Mond'y, April 5 Appointments may be made now. Dorothy Torkelson Evelyn Hoefer SAVE $ IO.OO PER TON ON YOUR PIG AND SOW FEED We are mixing a feed that will give your pigs a good start at a price well under the average. For particulars see Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa SPRING MONEY-SAVERS SEEKERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 2 and 3 ASPARAGUS, Fresh, delicious, lb._ 39c SEED POTATOES At Special Prices ! California Pascal Celery, Jumbo Bunch 19c California Navel Oranges, 50 for__ 99c Tomatoes, Red and Ripe, per pound 29c Lettuce, 2 large heads for 19c Standby Fruit Cocktail, No. 2«/ 2 can_ 43c Standby Corn, Whole Kernel or Cream Style Golden, 2 No. 2 cans 39c Van Camp Pork & Beans, 2 No. 1 cans 25c Salad Dressing, Garden, pint jar 35c Cheese, 2 pound loaf for 83c Citrus Salad, Tricolor, No. 2 canl 23c CRACKIN* GOOD GRAHAM CRACKERS 29c JAM'GOOD 29c Mott's Grape Jelly, 10 ounce jar for 19c DAFFODILS, Freshly Cut, per dozen 39c BAB-0 Cleanser, per can only 10c Empress Coffee, Drip or Regular, per lb.—51c Spam, 12 ounce tin for only 55c Peaberry Bulk Coffee, Exceptional Quality, Special per pound at only —39c The Farmers Store R. L, Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 W1

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