EDNESDAV, AUGUST II. 1948. To The Ladies ... Your help is needed in the ad- nccmenf oi the society Bcction The Herald. Please call, ione 200, or write of any club lings, family reunions, birth- jiy pnrlics, anniversary events, lurch, lodge or service club (tarings. Just phone 200 or •op a letter or post card in the box and give us the par- I nday Dinner Guests, unday dinner guests in the^B. B. ner home were Mr, and Mrs. I K. Bruene and Ed. Genthman sons, Elmer and Robert of t dbrook, Mr. and Mrs. Martin hemus and children of Ames, I Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Putnam. Irvin K. Fosaaen and ^ Marion Mundt Married. / Ml^s Marion Mundt, daughter of Sfrs. Lena Mundt of Castalia, and Irvin K. Fosaaen, son of Mr. and Mrs. Oliver Fosaaen of Ossian, were married Sunday evening at a candlelight service in Zion Lutheran church at Castalia.' The Rev. L. R. Meinecke officiated at the double ring ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her uncle, Louis Mundt. She was beautifully attired in a long sleeve faille InfYcta gown, fashiened with a shadow yoke with tiny lace ruffles down the front of bodice, and a double peplum, trimmed with tiny laec ruffles. The hoop skirt was fashioned with a long train. Shirley Mundt, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. Bridesmaids were Opal Fosaaen, sister of the bridegroom, Thclma Lyngaas, Mrs. Howard Hanson and Verla Mundt. The bridegroom's attendants included Howard Hanson, best man, and Jordeen Fosaaen and Jerome Meyer, groomsmen. Ushers were Vernon Lofte, Erlin Schweinefus, Cletus Birdsell and Eugene Schroeder. Flower girls were Karen Ann Schroeder and Janice Peck. The ring bearers were Gary Mundt and Dean Peterson. Shortly preceding the ceremony Barbara Amdahl sang a solo, accompanied by Mildred Rogness, the organist. Another song by Louis Kamp was sung at the conclusion of the ceremony, also accompanied by Mildred Rogness. The bride is a graduate of Postville high school and since the completion of her high school work has been a rural teacher in a school at Castalia. Mr. Fosaaen is a graduate of Ossian high school and fop a number of years has been manager of a department store in Ossian. The newlyweds are now enjoying a honeymoon trip to Niagara Falls, New York, and will be at home in Ossian after August 12. Copr.Advcrtiten Exchtn?* fee. 1946 The time is ripe ... the prices, right—so, start now to preserve the gloriously good flavor of summertime fruits and vegetables for wintertime enjoyment. We've everything you need for successful home canning—the finest of the freshest fruits and vegetables and top quality canning supplies ... and everything is priced to give you extra savings. Can all you can at these low prices. A filled up pantry is sure purse - protection against inflation. [PEAS, Oriole, 3 tins for__. 69c [PORK & BEANS, Heinz, 2 tins for 41c [PEANUT BUTTER, Monarch, per jar. 39c [DOG FOOD, Ideal, 3 tins for 47c | WAX PAPER, 125 foot roll for. 29c [RED CHERRIES, Pitted, In Syrup. 41c [PINEAPPLE—Buffet Size, 2 tins for 35c [ORANGE-GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, per tin 33c [SPAGHETTI, Monarch, 3 for only 45c [BABY FOOD, Heinz, 3 tins for only 33c [CAKE MIX, Cinch, per package 39c SALE CANNING NEEDS Pint Jars, per doz. 71c Certo, 2 bottles 49c Sure Jel, 2 for Parawax, per pkg Jar Rings, 3 pkgs. 17c Self-Sealing Lids, 2 pks._25c it—— I We will have . . . PEACHES At Market Prices. CANE SUGAR, 10 pounds for_ 98c COFFEE. Yacht Club per pound 45c IVORY FLAKES, per package 33c SPAM, 12 ounce can for. 49c TOMATO JUICE, Armour, 3 No. 2 tins— 29c GRAPEFRUIT SAUCE, Mon., 2 for. 39c DIRECTIONS ON PACKAGE ^M%M^Uf Impeaches HOUSEHOLD SUPPLIES JOLD DUTCH [CLEANSER, can___llc 1 GLASS JWAX, pint ..59c OLD ENGLISH WAX, pint 49c | BON AMI \ POWDER, 2 for—27c | STEEL .'WOOL, 16 pads, 10c I MIX PICKLING ? SPICE 10c CANNING ~ SALT, 10 lbs 27c MEATS IOWANNA SMOKED HAM, Center Slice, lb. WIENERS, Skinless, lb. 53c BOLOGNA, Hormel, lb. 55c 79c [MARKET POST VI LLE Thompson-Svendson Married July 30. / iJIUen-Marie Svendson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Svendson of Castalia became the bride of Harley Alvin Thompson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thompson of Ossian on July 30 inthe Castalia Zion Lutheran church^ "^ev. L; R. Meinecke perfornred" tHe double ring ceremony. The bride wore white brocaded sheer over white satin and a fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of pink roses and wore a string of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. LaVanda Thompson, sister of the bridegroom and maid of honor wore an identical gown of white sheer over pink satin and carried a bouquet of pink roses and white carnations. Johnny Svendson, brother of the bride acted as best man. The ushers were Merle and Kenneth Schroeder. Marian Meyer sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." A reception was held at the church following the wedding. Mrs. Thompson attended Postville high school and has taught school in Castalia for the past year. Mr. Thompson has been employed on his father's farm. After a short honeymoon, the couple will live on his father's farm. Celebrate Wedding Anniversary Sunday. Mrs. Marshall Burns celebrated her birthday and wedding anniversary Sunday when the following people gathered at her home for a picnic dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Lenard Allen, Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starkey and family, Mr. and Mrs. Bill Newman and baby, Mrs. Johrr Bray, Raymond and Lawrence, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Flack and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Flack, Mr. and Mrs. Marshall Burns, Mr. and Mrs. Myles Ames and family from Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth McCullum and family from Tipton, and Mrs. Frank Fuller from Lisbon. Winneshiek Fair To Be Held August 19 To 22 The Winneshiek Fair will be held at Decorah from August 19 to 22 this year with the "Cavalcade of Stars" one of the feature attractions booked for the occasion. An unusual booking of Hippodrome acts will add zip and pep to the show. Winneshiek county's fourth annual society horse show will be presented the opening night of the fair, Thursday, August 19. Grand Meadow Club Holds Meeting Thursday. The Grand Meadow Country Glub held its August meeting at the home of Mrs. Cora Krambeer, Thursday, August 5. The meeting was called' to order by the president and scripture read by the hostess. This was followed by the Lord's Prayer. Fifteen members answered roll call by giving jokes. After the business meeting, a birthday song was sung for Mrs. Roy Pixler. Mrs. Will Kugel was in charge of the program. The program included: song, "Seeing Nellie Home," by the club; "Your Vegetable Garden in August," Mrs. Keith Carlson; "Let them Help you while they are Little," Mrs. Clarence Reinhardt; contest was won by Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mrs. Arno Krambeer, Mrs. Gary Koopman and Marna Jane Reinhardt were visitors for the day. The September meeting will be held August 26 at the Donald Kugel home. Iowa farmers who are fighting grasshoppers this year are using mainly chlordan or toxaphene, some of the newest chemicals. Plane Forced Down In Oats Field Here Sunday A light two seater plane was forced down by weather last Sun- At the Elevator DON'T DELAY Buy BRAN Today $52 .00 per ton • Hall Roberts'Son •HUB Postville, Iowa (ua !Ni :ai!ii(ai(iuBu:iaii«iaaia«iiiK «i day on the Cliff J. Olson farm but the landing was made without accident with the help of Mr. Olson, who waved them down to a landing with the aid of a dish towel. Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Sommer of Milwaukee, Wisconsin were en- route to Tripoli when fog and rain forced them to land. Mr. Olson, who saw them circling in the vicinity, waved them into a level patch of ground, an oats field. The Olsons towed the craft from their farm to the four cornel's on the Postville-Gunder road where the Sommers took to the air again and continued their journey after the rain had ceased. It's Friday «* 13th SPECIALS FOR AUGUST 13th and 14th Four Leaf Clover Week at Your Clover Farm Store OSP FUDGE 49c value A A _ Now 2 for 490 GLENDALE CHEESE 2 pounds £4 AQ for only ^l .Uif Ball Mason Jars QUARTS Q|- PINTS 71-per dozen OUv " per dozen f Ball Mason Jar Caps p Jd!L 29c PRUNES 2 pounds #| 4% for only *rJiQ BOX PEACHES AND APRICOTS AT CHEAPEST MARKET PRICE FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! HELGERSON'S CLOVER FARM STORE Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa Saturday, Aug. 14 - One Day Only - at Huebner's Mil —J» . . . FINEST PELTS . . . QUALITY . . . STYLING ... AND VALUES IN RHOMBERG'S AUGUST FUR SALE THIS IS IT! YOUR CHANCE TO GET THE PICK-OF-THE-SEASON'S FUR CROP ... in value, price and styling! A magnificent collection of furs hand picked by experts for the choice pelts, luxurious beauty, impeccable 1949 styling. Lovelier . . . voluminous coats with the new high-fashion collars, sleeves ... the flattering 36" to 51" lengths ... in Ocelot, Muskrat, Persian, Mouton, Kidskin, Squirrel and many other furs . . . priced with the standards of value which have made Rhomberg's pace-setters in value giving! See these Standout Values Beaver dyed Mouton Lamb $119 Brown dyed Chekiang Lamb $295 »Hollander Blend Back Muskrat ..$379 Black dyed Persian Lamb , $995 These and many more to choose from . «H All plus tax HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Rhomberg's representative will be here to assist in your selection.
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