Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 16, 1948 · Page 5
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June 16, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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BNE8DAY, JWN1 16. IMS. "WINGS" DRESS SHIRT White or Colored $2.95 and $3.95 "WINGS" SPORT SHIRTS $3.95 to $4.95 "WINGS" PAJAMAS $4.98 HANDKERCHIEFS 25c to 79c DRESS SOCKS 39c to 59c MATCHED SETS —-Color Grey Trousers $4.59 Shirt $3.49 BIG SMITH OVERALLS $2.98 Overall Pants $2.39 WORK SHIRTS $1.49 THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. EXTRA SPECIAL! HOSIERY Oh so sheer - - beautiful new summer colors - - all sizes . . . 51 GUAGE FULL FASHIONED Extra Sheer Denier regular $2.25 value - while they last $1.69 PER PAIR HUEBNER'S 0. E. S. Banquet Is Well Attended Here. Eighty mothers and daughters were in attendance at the Mother- Daughter banquet held by Postville Order Eastern Star last Monday evening. The oldest mother, Mrs. Anna Staadt, and the youngest mother, Mrs. Virginia Lammert, were presented with corsages. ^ The following, program was presented: piano solo, Jean Douglass; mother's welcome, Anna Casten; daughters response, Joan Christofferson; presentation of Eastern Star mothers and daughters; solo, Lorene Waters; presentation of corsage to oldest and youngest mother; reading, Jean Christofferson; group singing. The mother who had the most daughters belonging to Eastern Star was Mrs. Ottillia Schmidt. Will Meet Monday The last meeting of the summer season will be held next Monday, it was announced this week. The meeting will be called to order at 8:00 p. m. West Post Project Club Holds Meeting. The postponed May meeting of the West Post' Project Club was held at the home of Mrs. Gordon Lawson on June 9th with 13 members and the following visitors present: Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mrs. Leslie Lawson, Mrs. Bobbie Fitzpatrick and Bonnie Meyer. The meeting opened with the Lords Prayer and the group sang a Sacred hymn. Baby pictures of the members were displayed as roll call. A short lesson on "Guide for Buying" was presented and a contest prepared by Mrs. John J. Martins on naming garden vegetables was won by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. "Loves Old Sweet Song" was sung as a birthday song for Mrs. Gordon Lawson and "Stars of the Summer Night" for Mrs. Merle Lang's birthday. Lunch was served following the meeting. The next regular meeting will be July 21 with Mrs. Clarence Wahls. The annual picnic for the club members and their families will be June 27 at 12:30 at the tourist park with the following committee in charge: Mrs. Lloyd Everman. chairman, Mrs. Leonard Oldag and Mrs. John J. Martins. June Brides. (Continued from page 1) a full skirt falling into a church train. Her finger tip veil of French illusion net edged with Chantilly lace was' fastened to a tiara of orange blossoms. She carried a shower bouquet of pink roses and fern. Following a dinner at the home of the bride's parents, for immediate relatives, the bridal couple left for a short wedding trip into Illinois and upon returning will live on the Miller farm near Cherry Valley. The bride is a graduate of Postville High School and her husband graduated from Luana High School, ... Engelhardt-Mangels /_A __£retty June wedding |Just look at the appetizing array of. Bargains offered this week - - and all so economical in cost. 19c [CALIF. CARROTS, 1A Fresh, green tops, bunch lvt |CUCUMBERS, Crisp, green slicing, 2 for— [CABBAGE, New Crop, A\L r Green solid heads, lb.__ *t [SUNKIST ORANGES, 3 dozen for SWEET PICKLES, Clover Ort Farm, pint jar 0 £C BROOMS, Clover Farm, | 4A 5-Sewed, long wearing— MATCHES, Clover Farm, 6 big boxes for 37c 49c [POTATOES, New Red /»A Triumph, 10 lb. mesh bag VU C SOAP FLAKES, Clover OA Farm, 22 ounce box «JvC COCOANUT, Clover Farm | A Shredded, 4 oz. pkg SOAP SALE loXYDOL, per box— •DREFT, per box [IVORY SNOW, box ISP1C & SPAN, pkg. 33c 30c 33c 22c DUZ, per package 33c IVORY SOAP, lge. bar_17c TIDE, per box 33c LAVA SOAP, lge. size__ 13c SLICED PEACHES, OC n Clover Farm, 2 8-oz. cans LDL> ^ARSHMALLOW Creme, 10 fireside, pint jar IOC PINEAPPLE JUICE, Dole, 2 12 oz. cans.. 29c BLENDED JUICE, | J Clover Farm, 2 No. 2 cans 1 1 C PEP, 8 oz. pkgs., 90/» -___„ 2 packages for ___ £tUQ Freedom Train Book For 10c With PEP Box Top BLACKBERRIES, 07^ Clover Farm, No. 2 can__ O IC FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY • Hdgerson's Clover Farm Store Mephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa solemnized Monday afternoon June 7, at 2:00 o'clock in Monona's St. Paul's Lutheran Church uniting in marriage, Miss Irene Mangels and Vernis V. Engelhardt. \ The Rev. R. C. Schuleter, pastor, read the double ring ceremony before an altar decorated with yellow lilies. Mrs. R. C. Schlueter played a program of nuptial music and Miss Ruth Miller sang, '.'O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father and was gowned in a white satin princess styled dress with a sweetheart neckline, lace panels from shoulder to hem and matching lace bordering the train. Her fingertip veil was held in place by a halo of chiffon and seed pearls. Her only jewelry was a double strand, of pearls. Her flowers were American beauty roses and white carnations with showers of fern. The maid of honor was Miss Elouise Brownson, of Ames. Bridesmaids were Miss Mary Ann Ruff of Elkader, friend of the bride, and. Miss Gladys Hetz of Garna- vilio, cousin of the bride. Oran Engelhardt, brother of the bridegroom served as best man. Nshers were Carlys Best of Garnavilla. cousin of the bridegroom, and Eugene Osterlic of Lansing. The mothers of both bride and bridegroom wore navy blue with white accessories and corsages of American beauty roses. A reception was held in the church parlors immediately following the ceremony for over 200 guests. The usherettes were Elsie Ruff and Gretchen Kruhn while waitresses were Mrs. Lester Carter, Arlene Engelhardt, LaVonne Ewing, Helen Buerger, Burna Brownson, and Maurene Walter. A musical background for the reception was provided by Mrs. Lloyd Clark. In the evening the couple was honored at a wedding dance at Postville Memorial Hall. Post Rebekah Lodge Elect New Officers. Post Rebekah Lodge No. 48 nominated and elected the following officers for the next six months beginning office on July 1: noble grand, Mrs. Bernice Meyer; vice grand, Mrs. Dorothy Allen, treasurer, Mrs. Vina Poesch. Hold Picnic Dinner. A basket picnic was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fisher on Sunday. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Fisher and two sons from Guttenberg, Mr. and Mrs. Burwell Anderson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunderson and Ronald, Mrs. Verla Heusman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mr. and Mrs. Will Lubbers, Mr. and Mrs. Will Baltz. Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe, Lorey and Inez, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz, Joan and Duane and Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meyer and Ronald. Celebrate Birthday. A large number of relatives gathered last Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. William J. Schultz for a picnic dinner to help Mrs. Schultz celebrate her birthday. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. John Hagensack, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Kalke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Seeland and Beverly Jean, Mr. and Mrs. Warren Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lenth, Mr. and Mrs. Dwayne Fenton, and Mr. and Mi's. €arlton Feulling and Marlene. Sell! Swap! Rent! Buy! via the Herald Want Ad way* COMING SOON Carload of STANDARD MIDDLINGS and • FLOUR MIDDLINGS We also have on hand Bran, Grey Shorts, Linseed Meal, Soy Bean Meal and Tankage. Postville, Iowa To Meet Thursday. Naomi Past Noble Grand Club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Amanda Phillips. Hostesses will' be Mrs. Amanda Phillips and Mrs. Tillie Meyer. Surprised On Birthday. Hilbert Larson was pleasantly surprised last Friday on his birthday when Mrs. Larson had invited several friends for dinner guests that evening. Guests were Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Roggman, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Larson and family, Mrs. Lizzie Meyer, Mrs. Carlton Fiete and children, Mr. and Mrs. John Meyer and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Meyer, all of Garnavillo, Rudy Hartwig, Mrs. Gordon Stewart and Iva Peterson. Grocery Specials SOFTASILK CAKE FLOUR, OA per package — «J«7C SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, OA per package *)«/C DROMEDARY DEVIL'S FOOD in CAKE MIX, per pkg IOC TOOTSIE FUDGE MIX, OO per package — &DC CLINTON PUDDING, £ per package only DC CHOCOLATE CREAM COFFEE, A *J" per pound TMC HERSHEY CHOCOLATE BARS, AQ Box of 24 bars for TOC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Treat Dad right this Sunday—it's Father's Day. Treat him to a special dinner ... all his favorite foods from appetizer to dessert. He'll love it! And to help you do it, we're featuring scores of king size values in foods fit for a king. *Yes—everything listed here is specially priced to make your food dollars go "father" this weekend. So, fill your entire food order here and please Pop with the money you save. CRISCO - COFFEE - DUZ - - CAKE FLOUR NO. 10 CANNED FRUITS PEACHES, ,41 10 In Syrup, No. 10 can___L «D 1 . i & PEARS, d »1 C7 In Syrup, No. 10 can «D 1 I APRICOTS, 41 10 In Sprup, No. 10 can___ «D 1 • 1 •/ BING CHERRIES, $1 1Q In Syrup, No. 10 can <D 1 • I «7 RED CHERRIES, *| AQ Water pack, No. 10 can_ w 1 •TTv ROYAL ANN'S $1 10 In Syrup, No. 10 can.__ <u) 1 * 1 & . A FRUIT COCKTAIL, 4C- | Del Monte, No. 2>/ 2 can__ *tDC | 3-pound tin HILLS BROS. 1 lb. tin DUZ Does Everything MONARCH 2 lb. 12 oz. $[33 53c 33c 42c SUGAR 100 lb. $8.98 ///////A SKINLESS WEINERS, lb. 59c SUMMER SAUSAGE, lb. 75c PICNIC HAMS, lb 53c SMOKED HAM, Cen., lb. 79c PORK LIVER, lb 39c BEEF BOIL, lb 45c MINUTE STEAK, lb. BOLOGNA, per lb._ _ PIG'S FEET, pint jar_ PURE LARD, pound _89c _53c _43c 31c Peas, Oriole, 2 for__45c P Catsup, Mon., 2 for_43c p Kraft Dinner, 2 for_31c p Cheese, 2 lbs $1.19 %p 3 Cans p Peas & Carrots 59c 3 Packages |p Puddings, Asst.—..23c 2 Packages ff M Shredded Wheat 35c IMITATION Vanilla, 8 oz 19c |f Paper Plates, 2 pks._33c ^ Salmon, Pink, tin__65c 4 Tuna Fish, grated. _45c

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