Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 28, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 28, 1948
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EDNK8DA1T, A«tt M, IMS. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE,. IOWA PAGE FIVE. \s. Ludwig Presents , idra Schultz in Recital: piano recital featuring Sandra fultz of Monona was held Sun- night in the assembly room of [Paul's Lutheran church. Elev- ycni'-old Sandra daughter of Mr. J Mrs. Gordon Schulti of Mono- lis the pupil of Mrs. Frederick R. |wig- young pianist opened her gram with the following num- "Preludc," J .S. Bach; "Solf |elto," P. E. Bach, and "Allegro Sonata in C Major," Moznrt. ; second group of selections in- led the Chopin compositions, \nd Valse Brilliante," "Minute "Prelude in C Minor" and llude in A Major," and Godard's kurka." ' Concluding the pro|i, she and Mrs. Ludwig played bup of two-piano selections, in- I ing, /'Minuet from Symphony •flat Major," Schubert; "Funer- arch .of a Marionette," Gounod; ody in F," Rubinstein; "Cabal- Lack, and "Valse Brilliante," tah. Iter the recital a reception for "guests was held in the church jig room. A pink and white scheme was used as the dec- •vo motif with an arrangement Blips, roses and candles cenler- llie serving table at which Mrs. (fin Rounds and Mrs. Harlan hbeer presided. Assisting as isscs were the Misses Geral Miller. Patricia Wirklcr and Birdsell, who also served as 5. I ring the evehirfg Sandra red a lnrgc bouquet of roses and from her grandparents, t Mr. JMrs. W. L. Meyer of this city, Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Schulte ! Monona. Making the presenta- was Mary Birdsell. long those from out-of-town ding the event were Mr. and Walter Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Henrichs and John I ichs of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Raymond Kaiser of St. Louis, • and Mr. and Mrs. Edmund ft of Chicago, 111. Mr. and Mrs. A. Zieman Married 60 Years Ago. /Mr. and Mrs. Albert Zieman of this city observed their 60th wedding anniversary Tuesday. They were entertained at dinner at the home of their son and daughter-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman, yesterday in honor of the event. ' In addition to Elmer, the Ziemans have three other children Verni Zieman of Monona, Mrs. Elmer Wcihc and Mrs. R. C. Hucbner of Postville. Postville. All of these were present at the dinner Tuesday. The Ziemans also have nine grandchildren and thirteen groat grandchildren. It Was back on April 27, 1888, that Anna Brandt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Brandt, was married to Albert Zieman, son of Mr. and Mrs. John Zieman. The late Rev. J. Gass of Postville officiated at the wedding. Since then the couple have always made their home in this vicinity, first on their farm in Grand Meadow township, and for the past 33 years in Postville. Both are enjoying good health today and we join their many friends in ex tending congratulations and well wishes. Post^PranklinClub Holds Doll Contest. The Joe Harnacks Married 26 Years. N E ays best buy in Postville- rald Want Ad. /jSto..and Mrs. Joe Harnack ob served their 26th wedding anni versary Sunday, and in order to help them celebrate the event relatives and friends came to their house that evening. The guests brought with them baskets of food for a midnight supper to'augment the wedding cake Mrs. Harnack had baked.V Progressive 500 was played duriftg^the evening. Those attending the event included Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and Milton and Marlene. Mi", and Mrs. Harold Mohs and David, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd, Mr. and Mrs. John Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Monroe and Carol Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Seybert, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foels and Joyce Ann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lenth and Gayle, Mrs. Wm. Harnack, Mrs. Laura Bunrick and Judy Ann, and Miss Emma Suckow. \ Members of the Post-Franklin Study Club held a doll contest at their meeting last Wednesday in tiie home of Mrs. Frank Lawson. Assistant hostesses were Mrs. Clinton Meyer, Mrs. Henry Heusman and Mrs. Verla Heusman who served a lunch to the group after the judging which was done by Mrs. Leo F. Hoffschmidt of Lansing. This was also guest meeting, so in addition to the 29 members present, there were 27 guests and a number of children. Of the 28 dolls entered in the contest, Mrs. Harvey Schultz was awarded first place for largest doll; Mrs. Otto Fischer first for prettiest large doll; Mrs. Lee Folsom first for most comical . doll, and Mrs. M. E. Smith first for smallest doll. Mrs. Arbe Behrens, Mrs. Roy Pixler and Mrs. Euclid Marston entered the oldest dolls—they were over 50 years old. Mrs. Hoffschmidt brought with her a collection she has made and which contained 150 dolls of various kinds. She also gave an interesting talk on dolls during the meeting. The club's next meeting will be held May 19 in the home of Mrs. Lester Smith. Kerr Home Entertains Clermont Clever Clovers. Local Women Attend Auxiliary Conference. Mrs. Willard Schutte, Mrs. J. T. Humphrey, Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Mrs. Alfred Meyer, Mrs. Otto Fischer and Mrs. W. A. Knceland attended the Fourth District Legion Auxiliary conference held in Decorah on Tuesday where 220 members were registered. Several state, district and county officers appeared on the program. The following district officers were elected: Mrs. Bess King of Oelwein, president:; Mrs. Wm. Hess of Greeley, vice president; Mrs. Leo Lake of Guttenberg, secretary, and Mrs. Allen Robinson of Volga, treasurer,— •, The regular meeting of the Clermont Clever Clovers 4 -H club was held April 17, at the Kerr home. Roll call, "Tongue Twisters," was answered by 13 members. Both leaders and one guest were present. The program for the March 13 meeting was given and also for the regular meeting. Peggy Kerr gave a talk on blueing and starching, and Marilyn Follett gave one on soap powders and water softeners. A demonstration on buttonholes was given by Darlene Olson, and each member practiced making them. La Vonne Swenson gave a talk on washing sweaters; a demonstration, "Laying a Pattern," by Gerry Kerr and Vida Beth Heckman. For the April program they had a demonstration on judging fabrics by Marilyn Follett, a talk on washing rayons by Norma Brandt, and a demonstration on padding and covering an ironing board by Peggy Kerr and Jean Brandt. Ruth Turner gave a demonstration on putting in a zipper placket. The meeting was adjourned and lunch was served by the hostesses'. Family Picnic Dinner. A family reunion was held in the home of Mrs. A. M. Candee Sun day, a dinner being served at noon. Here for the event were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Candee and family of Volga City, Mr. and Mrs. Lance Candee of Manchester, Clifton C. Candee of Bound Brook, New Jer sey, Lee Candee and two daughters of Maynard, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Jahnke and family of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner and family had as their dinner guests Friday night Mr. and Mrs. John Stroy and Mrs. Maargaret Welker of Chicago, Mrs. Amelia Willman, Mrs. Elsie Meyer and daughters, Gladys Mae and Kathleen, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt and daughters, Katny and Renee, and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman. E2EE 5© I B/GH/TS A^sHOME PLATE Yes Ma'am—you'll make a hit with your amily every time that vou serve grand-tasting [uality foods from HAROLD'S. And when it pmes to VALUE—we're in a league by our- plves. Our daily low prices prove that we "play all" with you—prove that we're on your side the battle to bring down food costs. So team ) with us and fill the "home plates" with plenty variety—and your purse with extra savings. ATSUP, Monarch, 14 oz., 2 for, -45c lOUR, Robin Hood, 50 lb. bag$4.29 gAS, Yacht Club, Sieve 3, 3 for_-59c EAS & CARROTS. Y. Club, 3 for_59c IMELY VALUES Kydol, Pkg. 37c I veetheart Soap, 3 bars for _33c iax Cleanser, 2 pkgs. for __25c de,pkg. ---37c ft PKGS. ^| C [Poms, each $1.19 £, MHA* RANGES, 288 size, 2 doz 39c jJTUCE, Large, 2 head» for 29c A FULL LINE OF tESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES ^ Welcome Back <s ^5 BASE BALL! WHEATIES 'ffreahfasl o/ Champions IKE FLOUR. Softa«ilk. pkg 43c LOCOLATE. Baker*. Vi lb. pkg.-45c ipcolatc Syrup. Herahey'a. 2 tin*—33c BIG VALUES SEEKERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 30 and MAY 1 STANDBY TOMATOES, A M AA STANDBY PEAS, 3 Sieve cU Case of 24 No. 2 Size Cans for_ BUY A CASE NOW—Straight or Assorted ! STANDBY CORN, W.K., 2 No. 2 cans. 37c Asparagus, Standby, cut spears, No. 300 can.27c Dill Pickles, Hawaiian brand, quart jar 33c Standby Sliced Elberta Peaches, in heavy syrup, No. 2 l / 2 can___33c Standby Evaporated Milk, 2 tall cans 29c Catsup, Garden brand, 14-oz. bottle, 3 for___49c Garden Golden Cream Style Corn, 2 Big No. 2 sze cans for 25c Empress Coffee, 1 lb. can_ 51c DUZ, does everything, pkg. —33c We'll have a large supply of BANANAS for the weekend ! 2 'ffS* 111r WiU arrive la te OK,UY THURSDAY Welcome Back ^JBASEBALL! WHEATIES 'Creak/us/ o/ Champions Fresh, solid Calif. Head Lettuce, 2 for 25c Radishes, per bunch only—__ __ 5c Celery, Jumbo size stalk for 21c Fresh Pineapple, each only____________^-_29c Florida Fancy Cucumbers, each _______10c Calif. New White Rose Potatoes, 5 lbs 43c Kellpg's Corn Flakes, 2 13-oz. pkgs..; —33c Dutch Girl Apple Butter, 29 bz 19c The Farmers Store R. L. Evan*, Manager Telephone No. 231 Home Garden Club Has Dessert Luncheon. Sixteen members and four guests enjoyed a one o'clock dessert luncheon at the home ol Mrs. Bay Jacobla, with Mrs. Ed Doerring as assisting' hostess last Thursday. Mrs. Henry Nyhus, Mrs. Adolph Kummer, Mrs. P. F. Raisch and Mrs. Millard Christianson were guests. Immediately following the luncheon, the meeting opened by singing "Amaryllis." The members answered roll call with a Bible verse. The thought for the day was given by the hostesses. Mrs. Milo Jacobia gave a report on Achievement day which was held at Elkader on April 14. Mrs. Harley Radloft gave a better grooming demonstration on "Cosmetics." A contest on "Helpful Hints." conducted by Mrs. Melvin Radloff, was won by Mrs. Milton Monlux and Mrs. R. E. McNally. During the business meeting plans were made for the "Birthday Guest Day" which is to be held in June. The meeting closed with "Easter Parade" and the singing of hymns. * Monday Club Studies Musicians' Biographies. Sixteen members and one guest were present at the April 26 meeting of the Postville Monday Club in the home of Mrs. William Shope. A program of music and biographies of musicians was carried out. Mrs. H. E. Roberts spoke on Marian Anderson and played her record of "Ave Maria." Mrs. Alvin Thoreson had Walter Damrosch as the subject of her talk, and Mrs. Otto Fischer spoke on Carrie Jacobs Bond. Mrs. Shope played two of her own arrangements on the piano. Roll call was answered by members on "Music I like best." During the business meeting Mrs. Elmer Weihe told of the program for May 15, when the county federation will be entertained in Postville, and the matter of a study topic for next year's work was discussed. The final meeting of the club will be held May 10 at the home of Mrs. H. E. Roberts, preceded by a one o'clock luncheon. World Action Rally At St. Paul's Friday . (Continued from page 1) remainder of the goal, $300,000, will be used as a contingency fund. From 1940 to 1945, Lutherans in America contributed $6,500,000 for emergency activities in all parts of the world, and $10,500,000 was raised for similar purposes in 194647. In addition, food, clothing and medicine valued at more than $5,000,000 was contributed through Lutheran World Relief. Eight church' bodies cooperate in the National Lutheran Council, which sponsors Lutheran World Action. They are the American Lutheran Church, United Lutheran Church, Evangelical Lutheran Church, Augustana Synod, United Evangelical Lutheran Church, Danish Lutheran Church, Finnish Suomi Synod, and Lutheran Free Church. <.tAf it,-** e " olc L HOOVER *® The popufor-priced Hoover Cleaner, Model 28, with exclusive "Positive Agitation" (If beah .... OJ If sweeps ... Of II cleans*). Cleaner alone... Cleaning fools—$18 .00 The new Hoover Cyfieaer Cfeanr, Modal 50 —deans by powerful suction. Featuring the Dirt Ejector, a new idea fat dirt disposal. Complete with cleaning tools... 50 Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casten and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kluss and children of Monona, and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and son, Dick, of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss home. Come in today ana* see Me great new Hoover Cleaners/ or phone for a home showing. No obligation. HOOVER OWNERS: For genuine Hoover Service coll Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern Iowa Be Sure to Attend Our GRAND We have finished remodeling our store and have made it as Modern as Tomorrow. Come in and Help Yourself to the many Great Values we will offer during our Grand Opening Sale Friday, April 30 and Saturday, May 1 You will find here the newest Self- Serve arrangement that will make your shopping a pleasure. All modern fixtures and equipment so arranged as to make your shopping easy and less time- consuming. THIS YOU MUST SEE! Come in and Share in the Savings! 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