Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on August 4, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, August 4, 1948
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BNESDAY. AUGUST J, 1948. ,-prise Party Honors vo On Their Birthday. group of friends and relatives hcrcd for dinner Friday evening . home of Mr. nnd Mrs, James mn of near Elltader. The nt was :i surprise party in honor Ike birthdays of Mr. Lennon and ,. no th French./ Songs, games visiting furnished the evenings jrlninment. nests were: Mrs. Cora Lennon, and Mrs. Ed Nelson, Francis Edgar, of Postvillc; Arlet istenson of Ames; Mrs. Dilla dwin of Elgin; Norris and Helen orson, Mr. and Mrs. Roy w h, Arlene, Floyd, Dale and n, Mrs. James Lennon and the orcd guests, all of Elkader. Id Family Reunion. e Meier family reunion was Sunday in Prairie du Chien, consin at the Rose Garden Zoo. se attending from this comity were: Mr. and Mrs. Arbe rens, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poesch, lie and Bernice Brainard, Mrs. a Schultz. Mrs. C. H. Meier, and Mrs. Carl Marsh and fami- Ora Engelhardt, Mr. and Mrs. lard Meyer and Jean and Mr. Mrs. W. H. Behrens and girls, r. and Mrs. Alvin Marting, Mr. Mrs. Alvin Vogt, Mr. and Mrs. ando Marting and family, Mr. Mrs. Vern Marting and Fern, and Mrs. Harvey Marting and ily, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Marand family, Milton Marting of t Union, Mr. and Mrs. Dean er, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Miller family of Garnavillo and Mrs. tha Meier of Cedarburg, Wis- Home Garden Club Holds July Meeting. The Home Garden Club met on Wednesday, July 28, at the home of Mrs. William Luepker, with Mrs. Aldora Anderson, assisting hostess. The meeting was opened with the singing of "Home Sweet Home." Twelve members answered roll call by naming a favorite president. The hymn, "God Be With You, "Till We Meet Again," was then sung. The scripture was read by Mrs. Melvin Radloff. The club, a member of the Postville Hospital Auxiliary, decided to buy a dozen bath towels for the hospital. "Auld Lang Syne" was the closing song. On the program was "Pedicure," a better grooming topic by Mrs. William Luepker. A flower contest was won by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and Lillian Erickson. A vegetable contest was won by Mrs. Melvin Radloff and Mrs. John Eno. Lunch was then served by the hostesses. Mrs. Ben Erickson and Misses Lillian Erickson and Dorothy Saacke were visitors. The next meeting will be the annual flower show at the home of Mrs. Lorenz Lenth, Jr., on Wednesday, August 18, with Mrs. Melvin Radloff assisting hostess. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Rebekahs To Meet With Rossville Lodge. ' The Rossville Rebekah Lodge has invited the Postville Rebekah Lodge there for a special meeting, Wednesday, August 11. All members wishing to go are asked to notify Mrs. Bernice Meyer at the earliest opportunity so that transportation can be arranged for. The Waukon Rebekah Lodge will bring the Emblem of Lily to Rossville. Just watch slumping appetites perk up when you set a crisp, cool salad on the table tonight— a salad that's tossed with the full-flavored goodness of our dewy-fresh produce! Yes, picking your salad fruits and vegetables at HAROLD'S is like picking them, out of your own garden— because our vegetables are grown on nearby farms where they ripen in the sun and not on long train trips. So come to HAROLD'S for the makings of a perfect salad—a delightful dish to chill the weather! TUNA FISH Light Meat 51c SALAD DRESSING quart 65c PEAS S 6£? *I.3I COFFEE BUTTERNUT per pound 53c FRUIT COCKTAIL Del Monte, No. 1 tin 2 for 55c TDClin A New O Pkgs. Q7* lllCIIU Washing Powder L for Qg\ PORK & BEANS VAN CAMP'S 2 for 39c TOMATO JUICE Welch 's — Quarts 4 for 98c SARDINES in°M»i n rd 2 fo" s 45t Grapefruit and Orange Sections 2 for 53c Peas and Carrots Yacht Club 3 tins 63c Slab Bacon, lb 65c Bacon Squares, lb-43c Smoked Po 'k Sausage, lb.„63c Skinless 'Ws, lb. __.__.55c Swiss Cheese, i/ 2 pound pkg.—49c Picnic Hams, lb.—55c Fresh Pork Sausage, 1 lb. roll~57c Minced Ham, lb.—55c Christensen-Steffens Vows Exchanged Here !.i n JLsemi-formal candlelight cere mony in the St. Paul's Lutheran church in Postville, Sunday eve ning, August 1, Mary Christensen, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Christensen of Clermont, and Reuben Steffens, son of Mr. and Mrs, Edward Steffens .JVest Union, were united in marriageTjRev. Frederick R. Ludwig -performed the double ring ceremony at 8 o'clock in the presence of 300 guests. Baskets of gladioli and other garden flowers with lighted candelabra provided a beautiful setting for the ceremony. Richard Vagts of Guttenberg played a prelude of appropriate organ music as the guests assembled. Soloist was Roland Lauer of Hawkeye, who sang "Because" preceding the ceremony and the "Lords Prayer" during the ceremony. The traditional wedding march from Lohengrin was played for the processional and the Mendelsohn wedding march was used for the recessional. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a fitted gown of white slipper satin, fashioned from the high neckline. The yoke of chantilly lace was accented by a drop shoulder effect of gathered satin over the long sleeves which were pointed at the wrists. The full skirt was gathered into a bustle and extended into a junior train. A halo of pearlized orange blossoms, held the French illusion veil which was edged with chantilly lace. She carried a bouquet of gardenias, tied with a white satin ribbon. A strand of pearls the bridegrooms' gift, completed her attire. Miss Ruth Anne Christensen, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Her gown fashioned similar to the brides was of lavender taffeta, wearing matching mitts and carrying an arm bouquet of yellow roses. Miss Darlene Sandersee of Waterloo and Aileen Koester of West Union, friends of the bride, served as bridesmaids. The flower girl, Karen Grufen- berg, wore a formal of white taffeta. The ring bearer, Allen Grimes, wore a dark suit. The groom was attended by his brother, Erbie Steflens as best man and Lester Steffens and Roger! Christensen as groomsmen. Ushers were Delmar Stewart and Ervin Goetkin. ; For her daughter's wedding, Mrs. Christensen chose a dress of continental green with matching accessories and a yellow rose corsage. Mrs. Steffens wore a black dress with matching accessories and a pink rose corsage. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors which were decorated' with baskets of garden flowers. Mrs. Clyde Wilson wearing a green gown with a lavender gladioli corsage, served her sister as receptionist. Waitresses were Miss Eileen Johnson and Miss Lois Mclntyre. The bridal table was centered with a three-tiered wedding cake topped with miniature wedding bells. Guests attending the wedding were from Des Moines, Ames, Story City, Oelwein, Knoxville, Guttenberg, Waterloo and near-by towns. Mrs. Steffens is a graduate of Randalia high school with the class of 1946. For the past two years she has been employed in Waterloo and West Union. Mr. Steffens is a graduate of the West Union high school with the class of 1942. He spent two years in the armed service and the past year attended Upper Iowa University and is now employed at the farm bureal office in Fayette. Legion Auxiliary Installs Officers In Meet Thursday The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 held its monthly meeting on Wednesday, July 28, at the home of Mrs. Anna Staadt with Pauline Staadt as assisting hostess. Mrs. Willard Schutte, unit president, presided over the meeting at which 22 members responded to roll call. Two guests were present. Several articles of clothing were turned in to Mrs. Eva Hills to be used in packing the box the unit is sending to its adopted French war orphan, Olga Vincent. If any members have other clothing for the box, they are requested to contact Mrs. Hills. 'The president appointed Mrs. Albert Bertelson to prepare a box of food for shipment to the French girl. Officers Installed At an impressive installation ceremony during which Mrs. W. A. Kneeland acted as Sergeant-at- Arms and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey was installing officer, the following officers were installed for the coming year: President, Mrs. Willard Schutte; First Vice President. Mrs. Burr Cook; Second Vice President, Mrs. Lawrence Dresser; Secretary, Mrs. Robert Burling; Treasurer, Pauline Staadt; Historian, Mrs. Robert Lindsay; Chaplain, Mrs. Leon Chamberlain; Sergeant-at- Arms, Mrs. Lucille Hein. Mrs. Eva Hills, junior past president was then conducted to a seat of honor by the Sergeant-at-Arms. The following delegates were chosen to attend the department convention in Des Moines August 4 to 6: Delegate-at-large, Mrs. Willard Schutte; Delegates, Mrs. Leon Chamberlain and Mrs. Fred Miller; Alternates, Mrs. Lawrence Dresser and Mrs. Cecil Livingood. Mrs. Schutte presented to the unit a citation for meritorious service which had been received in recognition of the activities of the group during the past year. Discussion about the reorganization of a Girl Scout Troup to be sponsored by the auxiliary led to a decision to learn how many girls would be interested in a troop this fall. Several pot holders crocheted by Mrs. Ernest Paulsen were sold to members for the benefit of the unit treasury. The Newsreel's report of Postville Unit's activities was read by Mrs. Schutte. The president made the following committee appointments for the coming year: Child Welfare, Mrs. Lucille Heins, Mrs. Winfield Masonhall. Poppy, Mrs. Otto Fischer, Mrs. L. O. Koevenig, Mrs. Donald Folsom. Publicity, Mrs. Robert Burling, Mrs. Robert Lindsay. Rehabilitation, Mrs. W. A. Kneeland, Mrs. Burr Cook. Membership, Mrs. J. A. Palas, Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. A. C. Meyer. Radio, Mrs. J. T. Humphrey, Mrs. Lenard Allen. Education, Mrs. Louis Hill, Mrs. R. C. Huebner. Community Service, Mrs. R. R. Douglass, Mrs. W. G. Bulman. Legislation, Mrs. Elsie Meyer, Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. Americanism, Mrs. Jessye Schroeder, Mrs. Carlton Schroeder. Gold Star, Mrs. J. W. Myers, Mrs. Eva Hills. Music, Mrs. Luver Schultz, Mrs. Ernest Overland. Expansion and Stabilization, Mrs. Kenneth Green, Mrs, Harold Mohs. Mental Health, Mrs. Cicil Livin- goo, Mrs. Ernest Paulsen. Color Bearers, Mrs. Lucille Heins, Mrs. Amanda Livingood. Mrs. Lawrence Dresser drew the attendance prize. Sunshine Makers 4-H Club Holds All-Day Meet. IIIIIII lllllllllllllllllllllli for the • . Thrifty Shopper FANCY TEA APRONS White, Pastels and Prints , $1.29 to $2.98 SEAMPRUFE SLIPS made of Bur^Mil Crepe $3.98 LORRAINE KNIT SLIPS \ Tailored and Fancy $1.79 to $3.29 PHOENIX CUSTOM FIT PROPORTIONED NYLON HOSIERY Come in short, medium and long lengths $1.50 HUEBNER'S General Merchandise The Sunshine Makers 4-H Club held an all-day conservation meeting at the Stone House Friday. The morning meeting was called to order by Vice President, Donna Schultz. Roll call was answered by eight members, giving the name of their favorite bird. After the regular business meeting Dorothy Althouse told how to construct a bird bath. Eunice Dresser read an article on the Oriole. The meeting adjourned and the members enjoyed a picnic dinner. After dinner the meeting was called to order by the vice president and roll call was answered by giving, "Your favorite flower." Plans were made for achievement day Iwhich will be held at Waukon, August 10. The demonstration team gave a demonstration on pillow tops. At this meeting all the members brought cookies they had baked which they sent to the childrens orphans home at Wachusa, Illinois. The club members are now saving their money to buy a CARE package to be sent to Germany before Christmas. The demonstration will be on "Salads." The next meeting will be with Lois and Geraldine Koopman, August 18. This will also be the flower show. Each girl is invited to bring a bouquet of mixed flowers and one of gladiolus that day. Clayton Garden Clubi The Northern Clayton County Garden Club will hold a flower and vegetable show in the Monona City Hall on Wednesday, August 11, beginning at 2:00 p. m. with a special program beginning at 8:00 p. m. G. M. Farmerettes Plan For Fair Entries. The regular meeting of the Grand Meadow Farmerettes was at the home of Patty Lou Brewer Thursday afternoon, July 29. Seven members answered roll call by naming their favorite salad. Mrs. Lavern Brewer and daughter were visitors. After the business meeting, plans were discussed and made for exhibits to take to the Achievement show which will be at the National Fair Grounds on August 5 thru 7. Each girl is to bring two exhibits, one of canned goods and one of baked goods. It was voted to have Jane Panncke and Delia Martins on the demonstration team this year. Galvanized roofing should b'e painted after it has been on ten to twelve years. DDT as a spray for flies on cattle should be made up at the rate of one pound of 50 percent wettable DDT in twelve and one-half gallons of water. Apply this at the rate o£ one to two quarts per animal each 14 to 21 days. Make a portable wallow for hogs to cool themselves in, advises E. L. Quaife of Iowa State College. A portable wallow can be built from planks on skids to be movpd about. If you water the lawn, give it a good soaking— two or three hours in one spot with a lawn sprinkler. Best results come from watering in the evening—less of the water evaporates. Grocery Specials MRS. TUCKER'S SHORTENING, 3 lbs.__$L15 PYE QUICK ___35c DUFFY'S GINGER BREAD MIX 23c DROMEDARY DEVIL'S FOOD MIX. 17c TOOTSIE FUDGE - - - 23c CINCH CAKE MIX 43c MINUTE TAPIOCA - — 17c SURE JELL ___12c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise ECONOMY! CONVENIENCE! QUALITY! clover Farm Canned Meats Clover Farm Canned Meats are so economical and convenient to use that you'll agree they're a superb buy at today's prices. They have extra value, because they're deliciously wholesome and there's no waste. Make your selection of these Canned Meats this week and have them on hand for quick summer meals or for sandwiches. You'll like them as a light lunch for unexpected guests. SALE DAYS—Friday and Saturday, August 6 and 7 SPORK CLOVER FARM POTTED MEAT CLOVER FARM VIENNA SAUSAGE Serve hot or cold—tor lunches and sandwiches 12 oz. can A delicious sandwich filling No. i/ 2 can 4-oz. can 55c 15c 19c Clover Farm Radio Special— Grapefruit and Orange Segments, No. 2 can CATSUP, Clover Farm, 2 big 14 oz. bottles MUSTARD, Clover Farm, 8 ounce jar for 23c 45c 9c TEA BALLS, Clover Farm- Black 16's—21c Green 16's—21c COFFEE, Clover Farm, ^(JQ Full flavored, per pound. ONGHORN CHEESE, Genu. Wis., per pound— SUNSHINE KRISPY CRACKERS a 25c SOAP SALE! DREFT, per box 30c IVORY SNOW, 2 boxes 65c CAMAY, 2 bars for 19c SPIC & SPAN, per box 22c IVORY FLAKES, 2 boxes 65c OXYDOL, 2 boxes for ____65c IVORY, 2 bars for ____21c DUZ, 2 boxes for 65c LAVA SOAP, large bar 13c Clover Farm Whole Kernel Golden Corn, 2 No. 2 cans 41c Clover Farm 15 oz. jar Candied Pickle Sticks 47c Popped Wheat, 2 8-oz. pkgs—27c Sardines In Oil, per can 15c Peas, Real large, 2 No. 2 cans__39c Hominy, 2 No. 2 cans 23c Chocolate Malted Milk, 1 lb.___43c Pectin Powder, per pkg. 10c Bleach, Clover Farm, gal 41c SUNSHINE VANILLA WAFERSA25C Fresh Fruits and Vegetables 45c SUNKIST ORANGES, 2 dozen for CLOVER FARM 5 lb. sack 10 lb. sack 45c 7.9c FLOUR 50-lb. sack $3.89 FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa

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