Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 23, 1948 · Page 5
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June 23, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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PXESPAY. JUNE », Ml - - FOR YOUR UMMER SEWING TISSUE GINGHAM Very fine quality ... All colors $1.19 per yard SHEER DOTTED SWISS Colored Grounds with White Fine Dot $1.19 per yard DAN RIVER GINGHAMS In colorful taffeta plaids $1.19 per yard WOVEN SEERSUCKERS Cool . . . LightWeight 79c per yard SANFORIZED 80-SQUARE PRINTS 79c per yard :0LORFUL FAST COLOR PRINTS 49c and 59c per yard WASHABLE RAYONS For cool summer dresses 98c to $1.59 per yard EXTRA SPECIAL ! WEARWELL SHEETS 81 x 108 One of the Famous Fieldcrest Products $2.69 CASES TO MATCH 42 x 36 59c each HUEBNER'S General Merchandise THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVC. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert, Mrs. Carlton Schroeder, Mrs. L. O. Beucher, Mrs. Eva Hills, Mrs. Gunda Martindale, Mr. and Mrs. Howard Gordanler, Mrs. Don Mar n„(.u ii/r~ l A . a IT • tindale, Mrs. Leon Chamberlain and KUth MaCkert Says VOWS Mr.and Mrs. Harvey Christofterson In Dubuque Satur.day,^ and others. g —Jft-the Third Presbytenian church ~ in Dubuque at 11 a. m. Saturday, a ceremony read by the Rev. Bruce Gillis united in marriage Miss Ruth Mackert, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mackert, and Eugene Re{- tenmaier, son of Mr. and Mrs. C. O. Bircher, both of Dubuque. Miss Mackert was a teacher in the Post- viU^JHigh School for the past three yearsT^ —The" bride wore a gown of white sheer marquisette, accented with a chantilly lace trim. It was styled with a high rounded neckline, long tapering sleeves coming to points over the wrist, and a lace ruffle at the hipline sweeping into a picturesque bow over the long flowing church train. A beaded tiara held -her French net veil in place and she carried a bouquet of white lilies. Miss Ruth Hilliger, of Dundee, attended the bride as maid of honor. Mrs. Herbert Hauth was bridesmaid, and Marilyn Rettenmaier, niece of the bridegroom, was flower girl A summer print with black accessories and a corsage of pink roses was worn by the bride's mo ther, and the mother of the bride groom chose a black sheer dress with matching accessories and her corsage was also of pink roses. Eldon Mackert, brother of the bride, served as bestman and ushers at thee church were Roy Mackert and Herbert Hauth. A wedding dinner at The Chateau was followed by a reception for 400 at the Mackert home/ and late Saturday the couple left on a wedding trip to Minneapolis. The bride is a graduate of Senior High school and the University of Dubuque and for the past three years she has taught mathematics at the Postville High school. She is a member of the Gamma Phi Delta sorority and of Alpha Pi Omega, honorary U fraternity. The bridegroom, an alumni of Senior High school and the University of Iowa, is employed by the McGladrey, Hansen and Dunn public accountants at Davenport, where where he and his bride will live. He is a member of the Beta Gamma Sigma, national honorary fraternity for commerce students. Postville guests at the wedding included Mr. and Mrs. Robert Bur-| ling, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNeil, Mr, Legion Auxiliary To Meet The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will meet on Wedneesday, June 30, at 2:30 o'clock in Memorial Hall with Mrs. Luver Schultz and Mrs, Willard Schutte as hostesses. •III! •111 TRY THESE JUNE GROCERY VALUES Quality Products for the Economical Buyer! |SALAD DRESSING, Clover Farm, qt. jar |VIENNA SAUSAGE, Clover Farm, 4 oz. tin— [DILL PICKLES, Clover Farm, quart jar_. |CHEESE, Glendale, 2 pound box for 63c 20c 33c 97c WHEAT PUFFS, Clover Farm, 8 oz. pkg WHITE VINEGAR, Clover Farm, quart SALT, Clover Farm, 10 pound sack for PARAFFIN, Tavern, 1 pound package 15c 15c 25c 17c CLOVER FARM FLOUR It's Enriched 5 lb. bag Afro • It's All Purpose mn „ , I It's Guaranteed 50 lb. bag___$3.69 | U9 I 29c " 39c 15c CLOVER FARM COFFEE iQ f per pound < t5Fv RED CUP COFFEE, lb 39c GREEN CUP COFFE, lb.-45c BLENDED JUICE, 07 r Clover Farm, 46 oz. tin— U I V GRAPEFRUIT Segments, t Clover Farm, No. 2 can— VOX* . & ALL These jars and lids 16 oz. jars__$1.49 Freezer Jars sffli-^ 1 22o i Ja " $1 - 74 BROOMS, Clover Farm, each only ORANGE JUICE, Clover Farm, 46 oz. tin SWEET PEAS, Clover Farm, 2 No. 2 tins CHORE GIRLS, 2 for only Prosperous Ridge Club Holds Regular Meeting. The Prosperous Ridge Club meeting was held at the home of Mrs, Eleanor McNeil, Thursday, with 17 members present. The following visitors were present: Mrs. Richard Hale, Mrs. Einer Borness and Mrs. Clifford Olson. The meeting was opened with a song and the scripture reading was given by the hostess. Wedding pictures of the members were displayed as roll call. Election of officers was held and the following were named to serve for the year: president, Mrs. Corene McNeil; vice president, Murial Bigler; secretary-treasurer, Marie Baltz; music chairman, Edna Waters; gift buyer, Mabel Waters; publicity chairman, Tillie Baltz. A birthday song was sung for Mary Wettleson. A contest presented by Murial Bigler was won by Eleanor McNeil. Lunch was served by the hostess. The July meeting will be held at the home of Margery Amundson. Annual Picnic Held The annual club picnic was held at Clermont Park, June 20. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNeil and family, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meyer and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Amundson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clem Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wettleson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Casteri, John, Henry and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mrs. Anna Bigler, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and family, Mr. and Mrs. Einer Borness and family, Miss Julia Wettleson, Miss Rose Marie Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Edd Nuehring were in charge of the picnic. William Moeller's Honored At Party. lEXAS SEEDLESS 49 r GRAPEFRUIT, 8 lb. bag fotESH SLICING C r CUCUMBERS, each RED RIPE TOMATOES, 1 Cj Per pound only ItJv WATERMELON, per pound only SOILAX, per package GOOD ASSORTMENT OF HORMEL'S COLD MEATS! 4c 25c FR£ SH, RED SOUR PITTED CHERRIES — With Sugar Added — For Canning. ORDER NOW ! FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Postville, Iowa one No. 247 A farewell party was given for Mr. and Mrs. William Moeller at their home Sunday evening, June 20. The evening was spent in playing progressive sheephead. The prizes were won by the following: men's high, Harvey Landt; men's low, Karl Henry Wilker; women's high, Mrs. Alvin Dettmann; women's low, Mrs. Earnine Moon. Traveling prizes were won by Mrs. William Landt and Harold Sebastian. At midnight lunch was served from the well-filled baskets. The following people were present: Mr. and Mrs. William Landt, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Doerring and Miles, Clarence Landt, Rudy Thiese, Charles Schmidt, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Landt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Dettmann, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sebastian and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Sass and Jeanette, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Moeller and girls, Mr. and Mrs. John Muller and family, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Rothmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Earnine Moon, Dwayne and Vernice, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Kutzbach and Karen, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wilker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Wilker and family, Dorothy Saacke, Orlando Wilbert and Delores Moeller, Margenelle Becker, Helmuth Landt, and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. William Moeller. Little ads with big results—our Want Ads. pmBuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiianiiii At the Elevator COMING SOON Carload of STANDARD MIDDLINGS and FLOUR MIDDLINGS 1 We ako have on hand Bran, Grey Shorts. Linseed Meal, Soy Bean Meal and Tankage. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa Post-Frariklin Study Club Holds Meeting. The Post-Franklin Study. Club held their regular meeting at the home of Mrs. George Brainard last Wednesday afternoon. Three new members, Mrs. Gus Johnson, Mrs. Louis Benjegerdes and Mrs. Walter Bugenhagen, joined the club. Guests were Gretchen Gruhn, Mrs. Leland Walby, Mrs. Kenneth Schori and a number of children. The following program was presented: scripture reading by Mrs. Arthur Swenson; Lords Prayer; roll call, something new you made from something old; song; round table talk, "My Favorite Program and Why," led Mrs. Milo Gericke; short story by Mrs. Lester Smith. A birthday song was sung for Mrs. Milo Gericke and Mrs. Walter Sander. Quizz contest given by Mrs. Elsie Gruhn was won by Mrs. Rodney Smith. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Frank Hogan and Mrs. Arthur Swenson. The July picnic will be held July 21 at the Tourist Park or in case of rain at the Stone House. There will be a childrens program and other entertainment. The committee in charge will be Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. George Bowles and Mrs. Frank Lawson. The picnic dinner will begin at 12:30 o'clock. Kneelands Observe Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland were honored on their silver wedding anniversary, Saturday, June 19, by a large group of relatives and friends who had planned a picnic supper in the local Tourist park. After a sumptuous meal and a social evening the honored guests were presented with a gift oi silverware as a remembrance oi the occasion. (Additional Society News on Page Six) IS IT TRUE THAT I'LL SAVE MONEY HERE? Copr. Adv«rtiten E*ch*nge Inc. 1941 We leave it up to you whether you save money here where every price is a low price every day. All we ask is that you shop here for one week and compare the total cost with that you are now paying for the same high quality foods—the same famous brands. Seeing is believing, and you'll see plenty of proof that our careful buying, mass merchandising, and low cost operating, save money—plenty of money—for you. Begin the test today with these "bet-you-save" values. We invite you to try this High Quality Coffee at our low introductory price ! J-OFFEE 45c per pound SUGAR . FLOUR • Salad Dressing Tomato Juice CANE 10 pound bag ROBIN HOOD 5 pound package Salad Bowl Quart Jar MONARCH No. 5 tin 98c 49c 65c 29c 3 doz. Oranges 49c CANTALOUPE, Large size . TOMATOES, Firm, Red, per pound— GRAPEFRUIT, Medium Size, per dozen 29c 19c 49c NEW POTATOES, 15 pound peck for LEMONS, Large, Juicy, 6 for LIMES, Delicious Lime Aid, 6 for J In Syrup No. 10 can YACHT CLUB SILVERSIDE BORDEN'S 2 pound box $1.19 69c $1.19 Peaches SALMON . CHEESE . CHERRIOS . GRAPEFRUIT SAUCE A FULL LINE OF FRESH AND COLD MEATS HAROLD'S [ASH MARKET For a Cheery Breakfast Off-, 2 packages OOC In Syrup A^*% • 2 tins ftOC PHONE: 2.1 POS T V I LLE

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