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July 21, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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ffgDNEBDAY, • 3VLV' II, IMg. mderson Prairie Club ilds Regular Meeting. ie Henderson Prairie Study held their meeting at the home pjrs. Harvey Meyer last Tuesday *rnoon. The meeting was called [order by the president. Script wis read by the hostess, loll call was answered by giving fuly Poem by 17 members. The ling of minutes by Mrs. Marie rer, Hilda Martins and Amy i^^er were appointed to make up program lor the next meeting |ch is the Flower Show. Mrs. ia Everman and Mrs. Ralph iderson were appointed as the rer committee for this year, lis was the month for yearly t irthday songs were sung for ina Oestman, Ruth Turner, Mrs. Foley and Mrs. Raymond indt Irs. Foley's contest, on naming jilies with boys or girls names [the state, was won by Ruth |lrs. Boyd Turner and Mrs. Ken- Kcrr presented a demonstra- i on how to do textile painting I make stencils, which was infesting. he meeting was adjourned and |ch was served by the hostesses: Minnie Meyer, Mrs. Eldo Iders. Mrs. Walter Meyer and Lloyd Meyer were guests of | hostess. [image Date Is Set. br. and Mrs. Walter Fiet "an- Incc the forthcoming marriage •their daughter, DeLois, to Irvin JFlage, son of Mr. and Mrs. Ben |jo. all of Postville. lie ceremony will take place on list 9 at the Bethlehem Presby|an church in Ludlow. Prosperous Ridge Club Holds Regular Meeting. The Prosperous Ridge Club held its regular meeting Thursday, July 15, at the home of Margery Amundson. The meeting was called to order by the president. The opening song was "America the Beautiful." Scripture reading by the vice president. Fifteen members answered roll call by giving the name of their favorite patriotic song and its author. After the business meeting, a birthday song was sung for Esther Helgerson. Thought for the day by the President. "A good heart never changes but keeps his course truly." Bernice Meyer and Hazel Waters were in charge of the program, The contest was won by Hazel Waters and Corine McNeil. Luncheon was served to the members and visitors who were Mrs. Floence Casten, Mrs. LaVonne Barnes, Mrs. Ruth Helgerson, Mrs. Arthur Helgerson Miss Evelyn and Lillian Erickson. The August meeting will be held at Irene Heins with a flower show being the program event. Hold Family Reunion. A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Van Wey and family of Frankville in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harris and family o£ Gary, Indiana. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Fay Harris, Mr. and Mrs. Merle Harris of Indiana, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family of Mount Hope, Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Jim Lilly of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Dean Harris of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Szabo and Neil Harris of Tripola, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and family of Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Jim Hangartner and family of Caslalia, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hangartner, Donnie Heins, Joann and Joyce Hangartner, o£ Postville. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, Smith-Miller Take Vows In Ceremony Wednesday POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. •I1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHIIIIIIII! BREAKFAST L FOOD VALUES iC 7k <lt OftiM *ty<M.t S<f £4 jggj ECONOMY ~" Yes, Ma'am—here are eye-opening values in grand-tasting foods for wide-awake breakfasts -for thrilling arid filling breakfasts that start off each day with a song. . . So give a better break to breakfast in your home. Nutritionists say it's the most important meal of the day. And your family will say—"Great day in the morning!" when they feast their eyes on a table set with these wholesome, nutritious foods that taste so good and cost so little. Orange Juice " 59c GrapefruitSauce55c Folgers Coffee x« 53c Grapefruit p" 2 *^ 49c ORANGES ffi 49c California Elberta Peaches Delicious for Slicing and Canning At Market Prices! •Wogg's Corn Hakes 2 pkgs. for 39c WE KRISPIES . 2 pkgs. for 31c CHERRIOS . 2 pkgs. for 37c f*££ SAUSAGE, Fresh, 1 lb. roIL57c EJ*£ SAUSAGE, Smoked, lb 63c IK* 0 BACON, treat on toast, lb.^79c §f AC °N SQUARES, per pound 43c ILDS CASH MAHKETi pQS 'VILLt \.^t-*00 o 'clock Wednesday, July 14, at St. John 's Lutheran church of Luana, before a scene of green palms and garden flowers, Mary L. Smith, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Smith, became the bride of Louis C. Miller, Jr.^son.of Mr. and Mrs. Louis E. Miller. ( The double rine-ceremo'n 'y was performed by Rev. Steege of Farmersburg. Nuptial music was furnished by Helmuth Landt of Luana and Robert Sabbann sang "I Love You Truly," preceding the ceremony and "Because" - at the close. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a gown of white satin, fitted bodice and long sleeves. The peplum on the full skirt extended into a senior train. Her finger-tip veil of French illusion net was caught by a pearl beaded cap. Her bouquet consisted of red roses and white baby breath. Her only jewelry was matching necklace and ear-rings, gift of the bridegroom. Attending the bride, as matron of honor was Miss Georgia Smith, her sister, who wore a pale green taffeta formal, with matching head dress. * Serving as bridesmaids were Joyce Dettmann, classmate of the bride, who wore a light blue formal, with matching head dress and Betty Bruehahn, friend of the couple, who chose a yellow formal with matching accessories. They all wore shoulder corsages of blended flowers. Lorna Hangartner, dressed in white satin formal, served as train- beaver. Neal Moritz, who served as ring-bearer was dressed in a white suit, and carried the rings on a white satin prayer book. The bride and her attendants were met at the altar by the bridegroom and his brother, Merle Miller, who served as best man. Ushers were Carlton Collins, friend of the couple and Lee Johanningmeier, cousin of the bridegroom. The mother of the bride chose a light blue dress, with black and white accessories while the bridegroom's mother chose a black dress with matching accessories. They both wore carnation corsages. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony for ninety guests, in the church parlors. The brides table decorations were of red roses and a four-tiered wedding cake and a miniature bride and groom adorned the center of the table. As the bride and bridegroom cut the cake Robert Sab­ bann sang, "If I Could Tell You" and near the end of the reception he sang, "Always." Many nice gifts were received by the couple. In the evening a wedding dance was held at the Luana opera house. After the dance they left on a short honeymoon. The bride and bridegroom are both graduates of Luana high school and the bride attended Upper Iowa University. They will make their home on a farm near Luana. Legion Auxiliary Will Meet Next Wednesday. The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, will meet on Wednesday, July 28, at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Anna Staadt. Newly elected officers will be installed. Anyone having articles of clothing suitable for a 11 and one-half year old girl are asked to brini them to the meeting. Surprise Picnic Held? Picnic Dinner. The G. W. T. W. Club members entertained their husbands at an annual dinner at the tourist park last week. Mrs. Frank Hangartner was the hostess at the 6:00 o'clock picnic dinner. Cards made the entertainment for the evening. Mrs. Henry Heusman won the traveling prize; Otto Fischer and Mrs. Fred Schultz won high honors. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel were guests. t ^AjAuprise picnic dinner was held at Lull's park in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Appel's silver^jjjedding anniversary Sunday, July 18.^ Those attending <.«were —MK~^ and Mrs. Enos Muchow, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Groth, Lyle and Gene, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman, Mrs. Margaret Welker, Mrs. Elsie Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schmidt, Kathy and Renee, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Reincke, Mrs. Amelia Willman, Mrs. Mary Krogman, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Saueressig, Miss Gertrude Kugel, Vivian Appel and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Suddendorf, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Saueressig of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Will Kuhse, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Engelhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fick and Junior Amos of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Coobs of Fayette; Mrs. Minnie Meyer and Art of Castalia, and the honored guests, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Appel. A gift of silver was presented to the couple in remembrance of their silver anniversary. Steele Family Reunion. A number of Postville people attended the Steele . family reunion which was held at the fair grounds at Waverly last Sunday. There were 85 present at the picnic. Those attending from Postville were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Abernethy, Mrs. Asa Bush, Mrs. George Meier, Mr. and Mrs. Jack Horgan, Mr. and Mrs. Neiling Thoma, Bob Thoma, Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Abernethy, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hale and Terry, Mr. and Mrs. Jack McNeil, Mr. and Mrs.'Joe McNeil and fami ly, Miss Rose Marie Doyle, Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil, J. W. Steele and Mr. and Mrs. H. V. Steele. men and other flying shoppers. He came home and built that store. He picked a site right at the edge of Melbourne. Here, spread over 57 acres, he erected a modern brick building and laid out four runways. The shortest strip is 1700 feet; the longest is 2360 feet. The building, with huge glass windows providing a sweep of the runways, consists of 10 individual "T" hangars, a 40 feet by 80 feet metal angar, and a larger section in which all administrative and sales .work is done. \ Last year's volume of business Was $100,000, of which $30,000 was in airplane items, Lollar estimates. An average of 30 to 35 planes a week use the field, of which 75 percent are Flying Farmers. The Flying Farmer can taxi right up to the door of this modern air shopping center and find facilities for storage, major repairs, parking, and plenty of 80-octane gas for his plane. If he should want to trade in, his plane for a new model Lollar's have one or two on the display floor at all times. The store has a complete line of sporting goods, electric appliances, stoves, toys, auto accessories, and household utilities, besides complete air sales and service. There is a trained A & E mechanic and five employees besides Ernest Lollar and his wife. Iowa's Drive-In For Flying Farmers There was a time when the Iowa farmer rode laboriously for many miles in a mud-slogged buggy to replace a broken plow part, or to do the shopping. Nowadays many farmers are zipping greater distances in a few minutes through the clean overhead air. They belong to Iowa's growing legion of Flying Farmers. Any day in the week these aerial agrarians can be heard coming in for a landing at their favorite Iowa drive-in for airplanes—Lollar Sales and Service in Melbourne, Iowa. From the air, the four runways belonging to Lollar's store appear to cover as much acreage as the city of Melbourne itself. But Melbourne, with a population of 700 people, doesn't pretend to be a large city. But it openly boasts of being the home of the most unique flying service in the Midwest. Lollar's is the store that fliers built and the store that fliers use. This is the store that Ernest Lollar conceived while instructing army and navy pilots in the service. He had sold farm machinery for 17 years before the war. He liked flying and saw a profitable combination in a store for Flying Far- These ftiees LIBBY FRUIT COCKTAIL, 07 No. 1 tall can for LJC RICHELIEU APRICOTS, OO No. 2 l /j size can for £t)C VAN CAMP PORK & BEANS, 1 17 , No. 2 can for _; _ 11C HAPPY VALE PEAS, ~~ 1Q No. 2 size can for __ i «fC FOLGER'S COFFEE, JQ Glass jar — *K7C WILSON'S MOR—Veal or Beef, >|Q ' 12 ounce can for, ... *tVC> CARNATION MILK, Tall can for —_. IDC BLUE BARREL SOAP, 97 , 2 bars for only— U lC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise SEE BLOW BY BLOW ACTION OF THE LAST LOfJIS-WALCOTT CHAMPIONSHIP FIGHT AT THE IRIS THEATER THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY, JULY 22,23,24. Thank You We wish to say Thank You for the fine response shown us on our opening day last Saturday. We are glad you like our place and we hope to be able to serve you in the future. Our Dairy Bar Will Feature Our Own FREEZER FRESH ICE CREAM which will be available in pint, quart, half gallon and gallon packs Try our Sundaes . Malted Milks Fruit Drinks Chocolate Milk A Full Line of Pasteurized Dairy Products At All Times. | Waters Dairy Bar | I Highway 52 | | Telephone No. 237-J Postville, Iowa [ iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiu Just A Step Away CONVENIENCE! ECONOMY! There's no need to shop around or travel far to do your food buying, for our conveniently located Clover Farm Store is just a step away from your door, and you'll find our Clover Farm Store the most complete food store in town. Do your shopping the easy way, close to your home, yet get quality, economy, freshness and variety in the foods you buy. It's so convenient to send the children, too, and rest assured that they will get the same quick, courteous service that you receive here. SALE DAYS — JULY 23 and 24 CLOVER FARM TEA (RADIO SPECIAL) 4 oz. pkg. 29c Orange Pekoe Delicious Iced or Hot MATCHES, Clover Farm, 6 big boxes for Instant Full Flame No Afterglow CRACKER JACK, 2 boxes for only. 39c •glow 9c GRANULATED SOAP, OQ• Clover Farm, 24 oz. box- &«fC Swift dissolving and quick sudsing MARSHMALLOW OO CREME, Fireside, 2 pints LOC CLOVER FARM COFFEE Aromatic flavorful blend lb. 49c MAKE A SALAD FOR SUPPER TONIGHT . . . SALAD DRESSING or SANDWICH SPREAD CLOVER FARM H(per pint jar (either) <JUC We suggest you keep a pint of each in the refrigerator for quick-made salads and sandwiches. SUNSHINE POUND HI HO Butter Sprayed Cracker, 1 lb. box KRISPY, America's No. 1 Cracker, 1 lb. box GRAHAM—Sugar-Honey 1 pound box for Serve with salads and lunches and in-between snacks. SALE 29c 25c 29c CLOVER FARM PEAS MELTING SWEET No. 2 cans 39c KIDNEY BEANS, Clover Farm, 2 No. 2 cans GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, Clover Farm, 46 oz. tin— VIENNA SAUSAGE, Clover Farm, 4 oz. tin— 3k 18c 20c DILL PICKLES, Clover Farm, quart jar NOLA SOAP FLAKES, per box only MAGIC WASHER, per box 29c 33c 33c CLOVER FARM VINEGAR PURE CIDER In quart refrigerator jar |Oc FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES . ALWAYS IN STOCK SUNKIST LEMONS, JQ per dozen *TuQ CALIFORNIA in TOMATOES, per lb 15JC Apricots, Peaches, Michigan Pie Cherries and Bing Cherries For Canning. Cheapest Market Price Available! BABY FOOD, Gerber, OO 3 cans for mO C All kinds of fruits and vegetables FREEZING MIX, Junket per package only For home made Ice cream. CRISCO, pure vegetable shortening, 3 lb. tin RENNET TABLETS, Junket, per box POTTED MEAT, Clover Farm, 514 oz. tin SOAP, Clover Farm, for complexions, 3 bars for. 12c am. 1.27 13c 15c 23c FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa

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