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LCDNESDAY , JUNE M, IMS. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. hroeder Reunion IHeld Here Sunday. annual Schroeder reunion picnic was held Sunday after- at Lulls Park with the follownttending: and Mrs. Will Schave, Mr. Mrs. Thomas Monroe, Mr. and Louis Harnack and sons, Mr. Mrs. Harlan Harnack and sons, and Mrs. Carl Brainard and ily, Mr. and Mrs; Ralph Schultz Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Willard •oeder and Mavin, all of Cas; Mr. and Mrs. Marty Schroe- and family of Sigourney; and and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meland, and Mrs. Willard A. Meyer and ily, Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs, and Mrs. Luver Schultz, Mr. Mrs. Elmer Hoth and family, and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Stanley oeder, Mrs. Anna Schroeder, Sophia Schroeder, Mrs. David >er, Bertha Schroeder, Jesseye Hroeder, Mrs. Lena Schroeder June, all of Postville. jbekahs Banquet thers and Daughters. bout 125 mothers, daughters and iddaughtors were entetained ut ifother and Daughter banquet day evening at 6:30 o'clock at I. 0. 0. F. hall. She lodge colors of pink and n were used in table decora- and flowers. The following ram was given: ddress of Welcome, Noble Grand ,odgc, Mrs. Roger Harris; Reise, Miss JoAnn Christofferson; ig by all, "Hail, Hail, the Gangs Here," pianist, Patricia Ruck- daschel; Song, by group of girls, "Peggy O'Neil." Corsages were given to the following mothers: the oldest mother, Mrs. Anna Weihe; the mother that has the most daughters, Mrs. Ross Thornton; the youngest mother, Mrs. Leo Enynrt. Piano Solo, Miss Patsy Schroeder; reading, Mothers Glasses, Miss Dora Jean Thornton; reading, A Little Girl, Mrs. Arno Schutte; mock wedding, Daughters of Re- bekahs; closing song by all, Bless me the Tie that Binds. Following the program several contests were given for the children. The program committee was made up of the following women: Mrs. Elliot Schroeder, Mrs. Milo Meyer, Mrs. Amanda Phillips, Mrs. Glen Olson, Mrs. Otto Sander, Mrs. Gus Miller. Birthday Anniversary. Relatives and friends who gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schnuelle Sunday, to celebrate the birthday anniversary of Mr. Schnuelle, were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Simon Schnuelle, Anna, Lydia and Clara Kamp, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ihde and family, Charles Tatro, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Schweinefus and family and Lula Baker of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ihde of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. William Schnuelle and family. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolf and Diana, Arnold Hilmer and Clifford Colvin of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herrman and Dean and Hartley Colvin of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schnuelle and family and Mrs. Emma Suckow of Harpers Ferry; Mr. and Mrs. Frank Dahlstrom, Alta, Bob and Jean of McGregor; Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Willman and family of Elkader; Mr. and Mrs. Charles Behrens and Kenneth of Farmersburg; and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Wagner of Waterloo. Miss Becker Married In Clermont Wednesday u •> LMjss-Margenelle Becker, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Becker of Luana, and Orlando Moeller, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Will Moeller of Luana, were married Wednesday at 11:00 o'clock atJ5t _Paul 's Lutheran Church in PostviUe^ The double ring ceremony 'Was read by Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig. Mrs. F. R. Ludwig played a half hour musical prelude and accompanied Mrs. Victor Walter \n[ho sang, "Take Thou My Hand, Dear Father" and "O Perfect Love." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a white sheer nylon princess styled dress with a sweetheart neckline, lace panels from shoulder to the hem and lace panels running from shoulder to the end of train and matching lace going around the train. Her fingertip veil was fine net with lace attached to a seed pearl crown. Her only jewelry was a three strand pearl necklace, a gift from the bridegroom. Her flowers made up a shower bouquet of American beauty roses with ferns and buds tied on the streamers. Miss Jeanette Becker, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and wore a pink formal with a net yoke and dropped shoulder effect. Miss Gladys Becker, also a sister of the bride, was bridesmaid and wore a blue formal. Miss Lelores Moeller, sister of the bridegroom, was junior bridesmaid and wore a yellow formal. Miss Helen Moeller, niece of the bridegroom was flower girl. Allen Kuhse, nephew of the bride, was ring bearer. Wilbert Moeller, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Oliver Doerring, cousin of the bride and Bernell Wilker, cousin of the bridegroom, were ushers. The bride's mother wore an aqua dress with black and white accessories. The bridegroom's mother |l__A_p«.nic was held for Mrs. E. J. Baltz of Santa Ana, California at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radlaff_on_ JTriday_<exefling, JL<une_2&l r=-^Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Radloff and VerDean, Mrs. E. J. Baltz, Mrs. Anna Gentz, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia and Judy, Mr. an^MMrs. Eugene Doerring and DwighT~p ^MrsT^mTrpTanTto go back abouf July 7th.' chose a blue dress with black accessories. Both wore corsages of pink carnations. After the ceremony, a three course dinner was served to fifty guests at the bride's parents home. A three-tiered cake formed the centerpiece. In the evening the couple was honored at a 1 wedding dance at the Postville pavilion. California Lady Is Honored At Picnic. Hold Picnic Dinner. Those attending a picnic dinner ot Lull's Park Sunday, June 27 were: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Bareis, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Bareis and Walter Micheal, Mrs. Freda Stop- peran and Orville, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Curtis and family, all of Cresco; Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Meyer and Jerry Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klotzbach and Stanley, all of Monona; Mrs. Mary Bareis, Ethel and Leonard of Castalia and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Lubke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and family, Mrs. Victor Walter, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Verla Heusman and children, Mr._ and Mrs. Louis Lubke, .Mr. and Mrs. Arno Backhaus, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Meyer and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Grottegut and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elvin Gruel and family. FOOD - - ffOB THE ^ J 4" Save on picnic food needs for the big Fourth of July holiday this week-end by taking advantage of the star-spangled values that are yours at your Clover Farm Store. Here at your store you will find tempting, appetizing fresh fruits and vegetables, dairy foods, meats, baked goods and groceries to make your outdoors meal a true delight and you'll find wholesome, nutritious foods for every day, too. Celebrate Independence Day with a picnic basket heaped to over-flowing with finest foods from your Clover Farm Store. SALE DAYS - JULY 2nd and 3rd CLOVER FARM PORK & BEANS OVEN-BAKED In Rich Molasses Sauce Quick to fix—always good No. 2 Can 17c KEYSTONE GRAPE JUICE, quart bottle for CLOVER FARM CATSUP—Made of tasty, red ripe tomatoes, 14 oz. bottle CLOVER FARM TEA BALLS, Orange-Pekoe and Pekoe, 16's MIRACLE CAN OPENERS, Take them picnicking, too; each RED CUP COFFEE, per pound only CLOVER FARM COFFEE, Artisocrat of fine coffees; per lb— 43c 23c 19c 14c 39c 49c SPREADS FOR BREAD CLOVER FARM PEANUT BUTTER, 1 pound jar for CLOVER FARM GRAPE JAM, 1 pound glass for CLOVER FARM GRAPE JELLY, 12 ounce glass for— 39c 23c 23c GLENDALE CHEESE, Wisconsin product, 2 pounds___ BORDEN'S HEMO—The vitamized food drink; 1 pound jar for 98c 69c CLOVER FARM (RADIO SPECIAL) Salad Dressing CREAMY, ZESTFUL Makes All Salads Taste Better Pint Jar 32c COMPLEXION SOAP, Clover Farm, 6 bars special at only BLU-WHITE FLAKES, Blue as they wash, per box SUPER SUDS—Wash dishes, Wash clothes; per box VEL—For washing dainty things, cottons and favorite blouses; box. 49c 9c 33c 32c CLOVER FARM SWEET PICKLES, for summer picnics, 32-oz. jar CLOVER FARM ORANGE JUICE, Naturally sweet; 2 No. 2 cans CANDYLAND MARSHMALLOWS, cooking or confection; 2 6-oz. pkgs. CRUSHED PINEAPPLE, Santana, No. 2 size can for only. _ 39c 25c 29c 35c Sandwich Spread CLOVER FARM JELL POWDER, OO^, Finest Quality! 3 packages for.— UO\* PAPER PLATES, Lotus Decorated, 1 Aper package only PAPER NAPKINS, Havanap, 1 O p For picnics and parties; per pkg.— M.O\* CLOVER FARM MUSTARD, Gives . Q r sandwiches that good flavor; 8 oz. jar Vx* CLOVER FARM POTTED MEAT-A Q r Peppy sandwich filling; No. % tin_— U\* SALTED SPANISH PEANUTS, 1 0 C Vi pound for only— -• l * t CLOVER FARM QUEEN OLIVES, OO Plain, No. 5 size jar for— -VEGETABLES TEXAS SEEDLESS GRAPEFRUIT, Sweet to eat—10 for only__ CALIFORNIA POTATOES—White Shafter, large washed; 10 lb. bag_L TOMATOES—Firm - Red - Ripe per pound on!y__" L BLACK DIAMOND WATERMELONS, For the picnic — per pound SUNKIST ORANGES—Sweet and "or juicy for salads and desserts; 2 doz. UjC Helgerson's Clover Faim Store 31 FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! POSTVILLE, IOWA Telephone No. 247 Hold Picnic Sunday. I ; A picnic was held at the Eldo Hoffman home Sunday, June 27, at Garnavillo, celebrating the birthdays of Mrs. Hokman's mother, Mrs. Ross Thornton of Postville, her aunt, Mrs. Vern Miller of Monona and her uncle, Arthur Honn of Colesburg. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton, Irene Ann and Dora Jean and Dale Kiesau of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Vern Miller, Mrs. Emma Thompson and Vick Thompson of Monona; Arthur Honn and LuEtta Raymond of Colesburg; Mr. and Mrs. Harley Pauas and Valdeen and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller and Virginia of Farmersburg; Mr. and Mrs. John Gottschalk and Ronald and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoffman and Jeanne of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Honn and Rodger, Merle and Billy of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hoffman and Fred, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Claude Powell and Kent and Cheryl and Roy Bandow of Elkader; and Mrs. Bertha Ihde of Garnavillo. OMELET A truck load of eggs and a farm tractor featured in a collision in Harlan last week. Hundreds of eggs were scrambled but the two drivers involved, Dick Paulson and Gerald Kloewer, escaped without serious injury. Weekend Specials TOMATO JUICE, Libby's, No. 2 size can for 11c TOMATOES, Du Chien, 1£ No. 2 can for only 1 DC TOMATOES, Bon-Ann-Lee, 1Q No. 2 can for only JL<jC VEAL AND BEEF, iA Wilson's MOR, per can TOC CHOCOLATE SYRUP, Ho-Maid, OA Noi 2 Yz size can for £i «/C LARGE HERSHEY BARS, OA per bar at only **UC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Here's the big noise in food values for your holiday menus . . . grand foods for gloriously good eating at home or in the picnic grove ... all priced real low to free you from budget worries. Yes, indeed — every department is "bursting fourth" with a barrage of bargains that will set savings booming. So check this list of dinner delights and picnic pleasers which so proudly we hail as proof positive of the economy of filling your entire food order at HAROLD'S. RITZ CRACKERS, lb. 36c PioL-Joys, pint jar 37c Peanut Butter, Skippy, pint 39c Spam, 12 ounce tin 53c Catsup, 14 oz., 2 bottles 43c SALAD BOWL Salad Dressing, quart 63c SALAD BOWL Sandwich Spread, pint 43c COMBINATION PACK Olives, No. 7 size jar for _35c Kool Aid, Asst. flavors, 6 for_25c Noodles, Monarch, 1 lb. 31c Cantaloupe EXTRA LARGE 29c JUICE Orange-Grapefruit _33c BBBB Pork & Beans, 3 for_49c WIENERS SKINLESS WIENERS 51c LB. Celery, lge. pascal- _25c Lemons, 6 for 29c 3 PKGS. ROYAL Gelatine Dessert ___2oc 10-OZ. COLORED Marshmallows 19c SOFTASILK Cake Flour 41c TRY OMAR'S NEW CAKE MIX, Introductory Price—1 Devil's Food and 1 White for.