Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 26, 1948 · Page 5
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May 26, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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WEDNESDAY, MAY M, IBM. THE POSTVILLB HERALD, POSTVTLLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE.. jagement Announced. , a recent visit here, Mrs. fee Hofer, a former resident of fille, announced the engage- of her daughter, Eileen, to f .nd Francis Du Pont, son of mid Mrs. Anthony J. Du Pont nicago. e wedding- will take place at :homas of Canterbury' church liicago, September 11. To The Ladies ... Your help is needed in the advancement of the society section of The Herald. Please call, phone 200, or write of any club meetings, family reunions, birthday parties, anniversary events, church, lodge or service club gatherings. Just phone 200 or drop a letter or post card in the mail box and give us the particulars. Iowa led all states in bluegrass seed production in 1947. * * * * * f °EOA |,,IIIIIMlllMIIMIUtlllllHH|IIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMtllMlltlMltinnillllllllMMIHMMlMimilltll HlltlllllMllln »0ST CORN TOASTIES „arge 18 ounce Package J A Regular 27c value—SPECIAL 1*JC §1llllMrilMllinlM*lltllllHinHltlllllHIIIHIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIMMIIIIIIII|IMI(lltllllllllllllllMMII1MlllllllllMII lersheys Baking Chocolate \h pound, regular 45c value, 90-* EXTRA SPECIAL AT LVC IIIIIIHIIIMtllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIHItMIMIMIIUIItllMHIIHIIIIIIIMIIIIIIllllllllllllllirUIIMIIIIIIIIIIMIIIIII IGREEN GIANT PEAS— «i| No. 2 size can for &1C tICHELIEU APRICOTS— 99 Whole Unpeeled, No. 2'/ 2 can LLC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Pick up and picnic this weekend. Fill your basket to over-flowing with ALL the picnic pleasers and smacking-good snacks that make the lunch the life of the party. You'll find them here at HAROLD'S—all priced real low for the extra savings that are so welcome these days. So pick up these values and head for a spread in the cool outdoors. MARSHMALLOWS 10 oz. Puritan 21c PEANUT BUTTER Monarch—1 lb. jar 43c a • LUNCHEON MEAT 12 oz. tin, Spiced 57c MONARCH OLIVES Combination pack 35c KOOL AID Pkg. makes 2 quarts 6 pkgs. for 25c LEMONS 300 size 6 for 27c A FINE ASSORTMENT OF COLD MEATS FOR SANDWICHES HI HO CRACKERS 1 pound box 31c ROYAL GELATINE DESSERT 3 pkgs. for 25c j WATERMELON Very good 5 '/2C pound GRAPE JUICE quart bottle 47c 1 PORK & BEANS 4-B Brand 3 for 49c KIDNEY BEANS Monarch 2 for 37c ( A Good Assortment of FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES OUR STORE WILL BE CLOSED MONDAY, MEMORIAL DAY stasia JLAJSL ... Kathy Schmidt Given Birthday Party. Kathy Schmidt was Ave years old 'ast Tuesday, May 18, and celebrated by having a number of Eriends as her guests. They were served cake and ice cream for refreshments. Those present were Allan Paige Wirkler, Freddie Eberling, Gail Kozelka, Kay Susan Cook, Kay Hein and Linda Welzel. Hospital Auxiliary To Meet on Saturday. The Postville Hospital Auxiliary will hold a regular business meeting at Memorial Hall next Saturday evening, it has been announced. The meeting will begin at 8:00 p. m. Big Four 4*H Club To Conduct Tour. Prosperous Ridge Club Holds Meeting Thursday. The Prosperous Ridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Joe McNeil, Thursday afternoon with 13 mem- bers.and four visitors present. The visitors were Mrs. Aimer Amundson, Miss Julia Wettleson and the Misses Delores and Lillian Erickson. A scripture selection was read by the hostess and the club sang a number. Roll call was answered by naming, "My Favorite Wild Flower." Birthday songs were sung for Mrs. Joe McNeil, Mrs. Bertie Waters and Mrs. Matt Lund. For the program, Delores Erickson gave a piano selection and Mrs. Arthur Baltz read the life of Carrie Jacobs Bond. The closing song was a hymn, "Steal Away," by the club. A contest on "Birds" and "Flowers" was conducted by Mrs. Arthur Baltz. Mrs. Lloyd Bigler received first prize and Mrs. Glen Meyer second. Lunch was served to members and guests. The June meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Ed. McNeil. Warren Kerndt, county 4 -H assistant, announced that a tour for the members enrolled in the Big Four 4 -H club will be held Saturday, May 29. All 4 -H members of the Big Four, parents, and others interested will assemble at the Will Christofferson farm in Post Township at 9 a. m. Plans of the tour will include as many stops as possible at all members homes of the Big Four 4-H Boys Club. This tour will be very valuable to all members in the local club in order that it will give a chance to observe the various 4-H projects being carried by the members and discuss important items of feeding and' management. The county 4-H /Assistant states that tours of thisj nature will be scheduled by eacli individual 4-H boys club group previous to the county-wide 4-H toijr_ scheduled in the county on June 25. It is realized this is a busy season of the year. Nevertheless, these local 4-H club group tours ar^very important- and will make valuable contributions to the success of the 4-H projects carried in the county this year. Baby beef, dairy heifer, market pig, market lamb, farm crops, soils an all other 4-H projects being carried will be visited and valuable discussion carried out at each stop. pends greatly upon the amount of silver used in the plating. Triple plate should last a lifetime with care. 'Good plated ware has at least 18 percent nickel silver as the base metal. •Plated ware may be marked "overlay." This means there is an extra deposit of silver at such points as the spoon backs which get hard wear. Sterling silverware comes in only one grade, 925 parts silver and 75 parts copper. But prices vary depending on the weight and pattern. A Birthday Dinner Honors R ! ,BJWaters\ ^'TWr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters entertained a group of relatives at dinner in their home south of Postville, Sunday. The occasion honored the 79th birthday of R. B. Waters. • Thusc prcacnt -were' MrT and Mrs. J. A. Peck of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. John Joster and family of Ossian, B. J. Waters and Eugene, Mrs. Milda Waters and Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Waters and sons of Postville. Home Garden Club Held Meeting Tuesday. 4-H Clubs Nominate For Conservation Camp. Allamakee county nominees to represent the county at the 4-H conservation camp to be held at Camp Mitigwa near Boone on June 17 to 20 are Ramona Hartley, a member of the "Peppy Pals" 4-H girls club of Union City Township and Edwin Kirkestue, member of the "Big Four" 4-H Boys club in Post Township. The state 4-H club office will make the final selection as to whether the county will be represented from the record of the two candidates selected. The Home Garden Club met last Tuesday, May 18, at the home of Mrs. Harley Radloff with Mrs. Oliver Eno as assistant hostess. A dessert luncheon was served at 1:30 to the following members and guests: Hrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. Ed Doerring, Mrs. John Eno, Mrs. Oliver Eno, Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs. Harry Landt, Mrs. Lorenz Lenth, Mrs. William Luepker, Mrs, Leska Martins, Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Milton Olson, Mrs. Harley Radloff, Mrs. Henry Radloff, Mrs. Melvin Radloff, Mrs. Reuben Svendson, Mrs. Eugene Doerring, Mrs. Al Rankin and Miss Iona Loftsgard. The meeting opened by singing "Little Sir Echo." Members answered roll call by showing articles they had made from feed sacks. The thought for the day was given by the hostess followed by the scripture reading. The hymn sung was "Brighten the Corner Where You Are." After the business meeting the following program was presented: Mrs. Ed Doerring read an article on "Personal Daintiness." Poems in honor of Mother's Day were read by Mrs. Melvin Radloff and Mrs. Henry Radloff. Musical contests conducted by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and Mrs. Harley Radloff were won by Mrs. Al Rankin, Mrs. Milton Olson and Mrs. William ^Luepker. The club will hold their annual picnic at the Spillville picnic grounds on Sunday, June 13. The June meeting will be a "Birthday Guest Day" held at the home of Mrs. Melvin Radloff. Silverware Patterns Show Greater Variety iiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiraittiiiira Dotlyn Beauty Salon DOTLYN BEAUTY SALON was the winner in our name contest. Mrs. Thelma Bruce of Postville submitted the winning name. "\Ve wish to thank our friends for the entries submitted in the contest. Silverware, plated or sterling, lasts a long time—generations if it's well taken care of. So when you're selecting silver for your home you're making an investment for a lifetime. And it's worthwhile to think of quality as well as pattern. There's a wide variety in silver patterns today, Nora Workman, Iowa State College home furnishings specialist, points out. The trend is toward more simple de signs which take advantage of the metal's luster and smoothness. "But plain silver scratches," is the familiar objection to simple designs. According to Miss Workman, however, simply designed silverware need not be exactly plain. Some design prevents tiny scratches from being quite so noticeable. Many homemakers are especially fond of the look for long-used silver if it is well designed. It's an individual- matter, deciding between silverplate and sterling. It depends mainly upon the amount of money you wish to put into your silverware. Plated ware is less expensive than sterling, and it's made in patterns just as attractive. Inexpensive but well designed plastic hahdled stainless steel tableware now available is often a good choice for temporary use when a young couple are acquiring sterling silver gradually. The durability of plated ware de- Morris A. Svendson (Veteran of World War II) Republican Candidate For RECORDER of Allamakee County Your vote and support will be greatly apreciated at the Primary Election, Monday, June 7, 1948. COME IN AND TRY OUR COMPLETE BEAUTY SERVICE Dotlyn Beauty Salon Dorothy Torkelson Evelyn Eoefer Successors to Leila's Beauty Salon Thank You I wish to take this opportunity to thank our many customers and friends in Postville and vicinity for their patronage during the time I owned and operated the Glen Jarmes Grocery Store. The store has been sold to Emmett H. Helgerson and he assumes complete management today, and will operate as Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Glen J. Jarmes iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii mi FOR YOUR ... Holiday Weekend Blouses — $1.98 to $5.98 T-Shirts— 98c to $2.19 Dungarees —$2.98 to $3.59 Girls'Slacks— $4.79 Misses' Slacks —$6.59 to $9.98 - NYLON HOSE 45 to 51 gauge $1.50 to $2.25 ANKLETS Large assortment of Styles and Colors 25c to 59c EXTRA SPECIAL! I j WASH FAST PRINTS 49c value, now at. 37c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise "7 = I wish to announce that I have purchased the Glen Jarmes Grocery Store and have taken over the full management effective today. I will handle the full line of CLOVER FARM GROCERIES and will operate under the name of Helgerson's Clover Farm Store I wish to seek the continued patronage of the many- customers of the Jarmes Grocery and will continue the operation of the store with the same friendly and courteous service as before. You are invited to make this store your shopping center. —EMMETT H. HELGERSON. Opening Weekend Specials WATERMELON • CELERY per pound J large bunch 5V 2 c ? 17c RED TRIUMPH POTATOES 10 pounds for 57c . ORANGES ; 2 dozen for s 57c GRAPEFRUIT 10 for only 39c WE,DELIVER EVERY DAY! HELGERSON'S CLOVER FARM STORE Telephone No. 247 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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