Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 2, 1948 · Page 5
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June 2, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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LEDNESDAV, WWB », 1948. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE; IOWA I rprise Party For miversary Event. Ur, and Mrs. Victor Sebastian re pleasantly surprised Wednes- i evening at their home when a inber of relatives came to help m celebrate their wedding an- ersnry.j The evening was spent iting. Lunch was served at mid;hl. ( :hose present were: Mr. and s, John Sebastian, Burdette, rlin, and Milo, of Postville, Mr. I Mrs. Alvin Monroe and Caro- Marie, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Irnaek and boys of Castalia. Sunshine Makers Hold 4-H Club Meeting. The Sunshine Makers 4-H Club held its meeting at the tourist park last Friday afternoon. Jean Schultz, Darlene Ehde, Sharon Ehde, and Yvonne Sander were the new members that joined the club. The following new officers were elected for the coming year: Marjorie, president; Donna Schultz, vice president; Jeannine Harris, secretary; Eunice Dresser, treasurer; Murtis Sander, reporter; Mary Dresser, historian; Dorothy Althouse, music chairman. Jeannine Harris was elected to represent the club at the convention at Ames in July, The club made arrangements for rally day. USED CAR VALUES 1947 CHEVOLERT PICKUP—Very Good! 1947 CHEVROLET 2-DOOR STYLEMASTER 2-Tone with Radio and Heater 1946 C1IEVOLET PICKUP—Clean 1945 REO TRUCK WITH BOX—Priced Right! 1940 INTERNATIONAL TRUCK WITH DUMP BOX 1941 CHEVROLET Z-DOOR COACH 1937 CMC PICKUP—In Good Shape 1936 FORD 4-DOOR SEDAN—With a New Motor 1939 OMC PICKUP—Priced to Sell! WILLMAN MOTOR I Telephone No. 293 POSTVILLE, IOWA Blllllllllll! ^ BIGGEST FOOD VALUES "If Yes, indeed! You save in a BIG WAY when you shop at HAROLD'S because we bring you the really BIG food values—the super savings— that give you the most for your money in quality ... in variety ... in the good-tasting goodness that makes every meal a family treat. . . Your budget problem may seem as big as an elephant but you can make it as small as a puppy by taking advantage of these Jumbo Values 1 SPRY CAKE FLOUR 3 pound tin SOFTASILK $1.31 43c CHERRIES SUGAR BING - - No. 10 Cane - - 5 lbs. $1.19 51c PUDDINGS CATSUP MY-T-FINE Monarch 3 pkgs. 23c 2 bottles 43c A FULL LINE OF FRESH AND COLD MEATS • COFFEE - B Rills Bros. - pound -1 53c FLOUR ROBIN HOOD 5 lbs. 51c M SALMON iM Yacht Club -I 69c PEACHES 11 oz. tin 2 tins for 29c -I Grapefruit Juice SB Monarch -1 3 *"»» 73c ORANGE JUICE Monarch 31c cBf| 11 ll Mi ^tl 2 Pkgt. &w\ 35c Visit Our Fresh Fruit and Vegetable Department Mrs. Evans Presents Pupils In Recital. Mrs. R. L. Evans presented twenty-eight of her pupils in a public piano recital last Thursday evening at 8 o'clock at St. Paul's assembly room. The following pupils participated: Susan Braun, La Von Lenth, Sharan Lenth, Rose Ann Sadler, Diane Eb- erling.Ruth Panncke, Merna Christofferson, Robert Marting, Evelyn Schutte, Edythe Doerring, Karen Cook, Kay Brown, Junior Marting, Kathleen Ohloff, Noel Cook, Patsy Schroeder, Marilyn Marting, Duane Doerring, Eva Waters, Marlene Schupbach, Anna Louise Schupbach, Dorothy Schutte, Donna Schultz, Marlys Meyer, Jimmy Waters, and Dixie Cook. Birthday Picnic Dinner. A picnic dinner was held at the Harold Mohs home last Sunday in honor of Mrs. C. W. Church's birthday. Mrs. Church, who is from Murdo, South Dakota, is visiting in the home of her son and daughter- in-law, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruse and family. The guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kruse and family of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Marvin Kriise and family of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bugenhagen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Mohs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz and Floyd, Mrs. Anna Mohs and Emma Suckow, Henry Genz and Elmer Geno, all of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schultz and family of Edge wood, and Leo Kruse of Murdo, South Dakota. Birthday Dinner Party. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Lenth entertained the following relatives last Saturday evening at supper in honor of Mrs. Lenth's birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Lenth of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schultz and Mary Lee of Edgewood, Mrs. Joe Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schultz and Elizabeth Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Norman Schultz and Norman, Jr. Birthday Party. Dona Rae Schupbach celebrated her seventh birthday Saturday, May 29, and invited the following to be her guests: Karen and Kay Hein, Karen and Gloria Evans, Jenanne Schroder, Sharon Tindell, Carole Winter, Kathryn Behrens, Anna Louise and Richard Schupbach. Lunch was served to the group of children by Mrs. Schupbach. Waukon Girl Bride OfPostville Man. i-Miss-Marjorie Kugel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Kugel of Waukon, and Calvin D. Winter, son of Mr. and Mrs. Alfred L. Winter of Postville, were married Sunday, May 23, at the home of the bride's parentsTTRev. Henning of the Zion RefSrmecl Church of Waukon performed the ceremony. The ceremony took place oh the front porch of the home in front of an archway of pink and white streamers decorated with lilacs and bridal wreaths. The bride wore a floor length white satin gown and had a finger tip veil. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Mis/ La Von Kugel, bridesmaid", wore/a pink satin formal. ! The bride is a graduate of Waju- kon high school, class of 1946. She has been teaching in rural schools the past two years. The groom farmed with his father for a number of years and has been employed at the Robert Meyer farm near Postville for the past few months. About one hundred relatives and friends gathered on the lawn to watch the ceremony. A reception was held following the ceremony. LOCAL ITEMS Franklin Study Club Holds May Meeting. Post Franklin Study Club held their May meeting at the home of Mrs. Lester Smith with Mrs. Keith Smith and Mrs. Ira Smith as guests. The scripture reading was given by the hostess. Roll call, "My Favorite Article made from Feed Sacks," was presented. The following program was given: Song, "Darling Nellie Gray;" round table talk by club; thought for the day; Womens Creed by Club; song, "Evening Prayer," sung by program committee; contest given by Mrs. Kenneth Koth was won by Mrs. Lloyd Pearson. The next meeting will be held June 16 at the home of Mrs. George Brainard. Meetings start at 1:30 o'clock. Lunch was served by the hostess who was assisted by Mrs. George Bowles and Mrs. Rodney Smith. The amount of tilled land on southern Iowa farms increased from an average of 183 acres in 1940 to 219 acres in 1947, according to a survey recently completed, says Wallace Ogg, Iowa State College economist. John W. Sanders is a candidate for the degree of Bachelor of Science in Chemistry at the commencement exercises to be held at the State University of Iowa at Iowa City, Saturday. He is one of 1,400 candidates who will receive degrees at that time. C. F. Fisher, buttermaker of the Hawkeye Creamery Company for the last five years, resigned his position there to take a similiar post with a Garnavillo creamery. Mr. Fisher is a former Postville resident and a well known butter- maker of this vicinity. "Louis Hill, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill, is a candidate for graduation from Coe College in Cedar Rapids next Saturday. Louis is a commerce and finance major at Coe and will be one of 120 seniors to receive degrees at the commencement exercises. • Miss Dorothy Waters, daughter of Mrs. Milda Waters, was a member of the graduating class of Loras College in the nurse's division. The ceremony was held Sunday afternoon in the Loras College gymnasium. Those attending from here were: Mrs. Milda Waters and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlmann and Elizabeth, Mr. and Mrs. Joseph B. Steele, Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family, Eugene Waters, and Mrs. Ed Kohl of Faribault, Minnesota. are good waterials for this. Peat moss and such commercial material is good but relatively expensive. A heavy mulch keeps weeds down and slows evaporation from the surface of the ground around long- season crops such as tomatoes, eggplants, peppers and cabbages. If you don't stake your tomatoes it's a good idea to apply a side dressing of fertilizer, and mulch the ground well just before the tomatoes start vining. In general, mulching should be done a wetfk or two before normal dry weather sets in. For most of Iowa, that's the latter part of June. If you .plan to use a garden hose to help your plants through the summer dry spells, a good mulch will make watering a less frequent necessity. Prospects for a good Iowa fruit crop are better than they were late last winter. PAGE (TV* LENSING'S "BETTER" USED CARS See us before you buy a used car. We sell for less because our overhead is lower. Prove this to yourself by stopping In and checking our prices. It will pay you. We have on hand now a large selection of clean used cars, including Fords, Chevrolets and other makes; models from 1936 to 1948. Buy for cash or time, up to 18 months to pay. We'll buy your car if it's clean and in good condition. Open evenings; Sundays until noon. DON'T PUT IT OFF! SEE US TODAY. JEROME H. LENSING FESTINA, IOWA D -X NEWS 7:15 A. M. Weekdays KXEL 1540 ON YOUR DIAL Saving Moisture Will Increase The Crops A constant governance of our speech, according to duty and rea son, is a high instance and a special argument of a thoroughly sincere and solid goodness.—Isaac Barrow *0 CIKDIE • fANTIt-GHOtl 1 1. Exclusive knit styling (pat. pending) j flattens tummy, hips, derrlerel 2. "Wonder Waistline"! 3. "Free Walking" feature 14. Smooth, sheer, seamless! 5. Terrific "zing" and elasticity! 6. Stretches to fit all heights! 7. New tightness 18. Nylon Reinforced! 9. Miracle two-way stretch garters! Exquisite colort-Mu*, Whit*, Nvdo SMOII, Mtdliw, largo WE ALSO HAVE THE Gossard Foundation Garments Brassieres $1.50 to $2.50 Garter Belts $1.50 to $2.00 Girdles $1.98 to $10.00 Combinations $7.98 to $10.00 $4.98 We have a complete line of FLEXNIT GIRDLES Prices range from $1.50 to $6.98 EXTRA SPECIAL ! RAYON UNDIES All Sizes 59c values. now 45c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Start conserving the moisture in your garden soil right now, while there's still quite a bit of it, advises Ed Cott, Iowa State College horticulturist. Cott says it's important to see that your plants put on plenty of growth in the spring so that they can be strong enough to withstand heat or drouth later in the summer. And the more moisture that stays in the ground during the summer months, the better your garden will grow. Good weed control is the best way of keeping up the soil moisture in your garden. When weeds'flour­ ish they are using a lot of the moisture which should be going to garden crops. There probably won't be enough for both. Mulching is another way of keeping soil moist. Cott says straw, hay, or well dried grass clippings llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll Grocery Specials MAYFLOWER SLICED PEACHES, fiT No. 10 size can for D3C HERSHEY BARS, Large Size, 5 oz. OA-* Plain or Almond : £UC GERBER'S BABY FOOD, 0~ Per can only OC RICHELIEU GELATINE, 0~ Per package OC FOLGER'S COFFEE, |-| - In glass jars QIC FRUIT COCKTAIL, Libby's, in heavy or syrup, No. 1 tall can for LtuC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise 111 to stock up on these WEEKEND SPECIALS Clover Farm Table Salt, 10 pound bag for 25c Clover Farm Apple Sauce, 2 No. 2 cans for 33c Clover Farm Corn Starch, 16 ounce package 12c Clover Farm Peanut Butter, 16 oz. jar _ 39c Clover Farm Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 lb. pkg 35c Clover Farm Salad Dressing, 16 oz. jar 32c Clover Farm Enriched Flour $1.95 GUARANTEED BAKING SATISFACTION , . . An All-Purpose Flour you will like for Bread and Fine Pastries or Cakes, too, 25 lb. Sack_. 50 lb. d»Q OA Sack___ «D OmOU RINSO, per box 32c GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 3 No. 2 cans for______25c Clover Farm Orange and Grapefruit Segments, No. 2 can for 23c Fresh Fruits and Vegetables • • NEW POTATOES, White Shatters, A WJ 10 pounds for ____ *g|C CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY—Crisp and | n Crunchy, per bunch only IDC SUNKIST ORANGES—California Navals, 2 dozen, Special at only -— OiC TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, Here's a bargain—10 for T OiC CALD70RNIA CARROTS—Fresh, Green Tops, | J per bunch only lfIC CABBAGE, C per pound —:_— DC 77 SUPERB BLENDS Green Cup __,_45c I •rfOltee A flavor to please Red Cup _39c x ^ww.y yo Ur taste Clover Farm -49c Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Telephone No, 247 Postville, Iowa at* .. _. •<*

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