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October 6, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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6CTOBER «, IMS. To The Ladies ... your help is needed in the advancement of the society section of The Herald. Please call, phone 200, or write of any club meetings, family reunions, birthday parties, anniversary events, church, lodge or service club gatherings. Just phone 200 or drop a letter or post card in the mail box and give us the par- liculars. I Legion Auxiliary Holds Meeting On Wednesday. The American Legion Auxiliary ,j Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, met at Memorial Hall Wednesday, September 28, with Mrs. Maude Baily and Mrs. A. S. Burdick acting as hostesses. Mrs. Burr Cook, vice president, presided ., at the meeting. There were 23 members present. Mrs. Eva Htlls reported that ncknow lodgement had been received for the three packages of food nnd clothing which were sent (o the unit 's adopted French war srphnn. Mrs. W. A. Xneeland, rehabilitation chairman, reported that several articles have been mailed to the Knoxville facility and an acknowledgment received. I lt was reported by Mrs. Cook that only eight girls have expressed a desire to organize a Girl Scout Iroup. ( There was discussion about the poppy order for this year, and the group decided to order 1,500 poppies. Mrs. Cook read an article concerning the recent death of Legion Poppy Day originator. Mrs. Mary Hanecy. An interesting biography of the new department president, Mrs. Sue Stringer, was read by Mrs. Robert Martindale. The department executive secretary bulletin I was read by Mrs. Kneeland. Mrs. Cook welcomed Mrs. Rex |Medberry, a guest. I The attendance prize was drawn by Mrs. Cook, Refreshments and a social hour followed the business meeting. Sunday dinner guests in the G. A. Brooks home were Mr. and Mrs. Sam Stewart of Oelwein, Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hofer. The gathering was to celebrate Mrs. Brooks' birthday. Fern Buraas Bride Of LaMont Gericke. £„MJss Fern Buraas, daughter of Alfred M. Bui'aas, and La IVBont Gericke, son of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke were united in marriage Sunday, October 3, at 3:00 o'clock at t^e East Clermont Lutheran Church.^ Rev. A. O. Nesset pcr- forrrtgrT the double-ring ceremony before an altar decorated with yellow and white chrysanthemums and candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore an ivory slipper satin gown fashioned with a fitted bodice, lace ofT-the-shoulder collar, net yoke, and lace peplum. The full skirt ended in a senior train. Her fingertip veil of ivory tulle was attached to a Juliet cap of seed peads. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums and stephanotis centered with an orchid. Miss DeElta Buraas, sister of the bride, was maid of toonor. Her gown was of green taffeta fashioned with an off-the-shoulder revere collar and full., skirt. She wore a matching crownless hat and mitts and. carried a bouquet of yellow and white mums. Miss Gloria Buraas of Clermont and Miss Marjorie Brunscold of Mason City, cousins of the bride served as bridesmaids. Miss Shirley Burnas, also a sister of the bride lit the candles. Vernon Gericke, brother of the bridegroom acted as best man. Leo Meyer, a cousin of the bridegroom and Donald Mork, a friend of the bridegroom were the ushers. Mrs. F. R. Ludwig of Postivlle played the nuptial music and accompanied Arthur Amundson, who sang, "At Dawning" before the ceremony, and "Prayer Per- pect." "The Lord's Prayer" was sung as the couple knelt at the altar. The bridegrooms mother wore a forest green crepe dress with black accessories and a corsage of yellow chrysanthemums. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held in the church parlors. The brides table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake topped with yellow rosebuds. Miss Augusta Miller of Des Moines, Miss Jean Aanas of Clermont, and Miss Doris Johnson of Postville acted as hostesses. Mrs. Gericke is a graduate ot Clermont high school and attended the American Institute of Business in Des Moines and the State University of Iowa. Mr. Gericke fs a graduate of Postville high school, attended Dubuque Univer- Columbus took a chance—but you don't when you come a-sale-ing to HAROLD'S for all your food needs. We have the quality you like . . . the famous brands you prefer . . . and the low, low prices that give yoii more good eating for the money. So explore our "Thrifty Aisles" today. Discover how easy . . . how economical ... it is to shop here where every shelf, table and case offers a world of savings from which to choose everything you need for full course meals every day. CRISCO, 3-pound can for $1.19 COFFEE, Yacht Club, per pound,„45c CHEESE, Tasty Loaf, 2 lbs 91c FROZEN FOODS Sliced Strawberries, per pkg. Red Raspberries, per pkg. 59c __57c Green Beans, per package 29c Mixed Vegetables, per package 33c Also a Variety of Frozen Fish FRUITS AND VEGETABLES Jersey Sweet Potatoes 3 pounds 29c PASCAL CELERY 19c TOKAY GRAPES 2 pounds 25c "5QHS5FT 3 pounds 19c FRESH MEATS BEEF BOIL I | ROUND STEAK per pound per pound 41c II 87c • HAROLD'S CASH MAHKET c 7n <ma>vck W PHONE 7 11 POSTVILLE ,1 Wedding Announced. / \ ..Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koch of near* Ossian, announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Ruth, to Clifton Mitchell, son of Mrs. Delphina Hein of Postville. The wedding will take place October 11 at 3.00 p. m., in the parish-house of the Rev. V. A. Fiskerbeck.j THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA State News Letter- PAGE FIVE. slty and served three years in the Navy. After a wedding trip South, they will make their home in Postville where Mr. Gericke is employed in the Postville Slate Bank. Out o£ town guests attending the wedding were from Mason City, Hnnlontown, Des Moines, Northwood, and Kansas City. Monday Club Opens New Season October 11. The Postville Monday Club will begin its fifty-third year with a one o'clock luncheon on October 11 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Cook. The stuiy topic chosen for 194849, "Broadening our Horizons," will be inaugurated with a program on Broadening our Horizons i?i the educational fiieid. Roll call will be answered with the name of a famous educator. \ , Rebekahs To Initiate At Meeting Tuesday. Rebekah Lodge No. 48 will be hosts to the Monona, Woukon and Rossville clubs at a special initiation meeting to be held on Thursday, October 14, according to announcement made this week. A picnic lunch will be served. Health Department Urges Understanding "Many people do not actually understand the true health conditions that exist in their own communities," states the Iowa State Department of Health. "Our citizens in far too many instances do not know how to recognize poor health conditions. They need health education as to ideal health standards." "Many citizens have a desire to give their support to a movement for health improvement, but they do not know how to proceed," further states the health department. "Often there is no organized Health Committee or Health Council with wide representation from all organizations in the community to take the lead and utilize their services." It is important that every singlt citizen in every community in our state becomes aware of his own health needB as well as the health needs of his community. When people recognize all phases of better health, they will work for better health. Some community organizations have health committees, but often they lack the vision of complete community health. The united efforts of all health committees in a community would broaden the | jn service of each group. United efforts produce greater results. Every community and every county should have the advantages of a health council. What will you and your organization do about this problem? We need more people who will do. Too many simply complain. Community cooperation brings the community development and health is a part of community development. On October 11 and 12 at the Community Development Workshop to be held at the Savery Hotel in Des Moines there will be an excellent opportunity to study the procedures and methods that can be used for developing community coperation. An invitation is extended to all community organizations to send representatives to the workshop and especially to attend and participate in the health workshop section. Here you will find what other community organizations are doing and be able to bring back to your own community many ideas of value. tensive traffic work, trol football tional states (Continued from page 1) use of planes not only in control but in criminal Use of planes in traffic con- have been demonstrated at games and at the Na- Plowing contest. Several have air patrols which work cooperation with highway pa- units and other peace officers. The state recently purchased a i -seated plane, equipped with i -way radio, to be at the dis- of any state department. It been suggested that the plane be used in assisting in crop in traffic control and in cooperation with the bureau of investigation as well as coordination of activities dur- storms and other disasters. Meanwhile, Locke says planes be used for more strict enforcement of Iowa air laws. Iowa prohibits reckless piloting and airmen have been fined un- the statute provision. How- no licenses have been re- Dear friends at Postville Herald: I am Mrs. Albert Warren of Walker, Minnesota and am writing for my home paper, the best paper to me. I used to live in Iowa on a farm near Ed Brainard's place. I have just seen the old home once since I left it in 1904. having returned in 1936 for my only visit. I don't know If I can make it again as I have rheumatism so bad but I think of all my old friends there and hear from one, Mrs. Mrs. Martin Harris. Best regards to the publishers for the good work they are doing. Best regards to all. Mrs. Albrt Warren Walker, Minnesota. trol Tl two two- posal has could surveys coopera criminal for floods Me: may fore law three der ever voked Locke says that Iowa has a fine record for air safety despite the increase in air travel. There have only 11 fatal air crashes this although planes traveled an estimated 42-million miles. Iowa ranks 14th in the nation in number of privately, owned planes being used. Locke says practically all of the accidents ! the result of some law infraction. The Scripps brothers originated chain newspapers in 1878. HURRY UP STORK Last week, Mrs. Albert Sankey of Marion made plans to go to the hospital for the birth of an infant. As she got into the family car, things started to happen. Before her husband could get into the driver's seat, Mrs. Sankey gave a slight shriek and said, "Oh, he's here!" Mother and son are do ing fine. We have Entry Blanks for the CONTEST OF A LIFETIME" $ 50,OQO in Cash Prizes!? First Prize $10,000 10 Prizes $1,000 Each 3,000 Prizes $10 Each In conjunction with this big Oxydol Prize Contest, we are offering $1,000 in Merchandise to the first place winner of this contest who purchases Oxydol and procures entry blanks from our store. Get an entry blank from our store today and try for this Big Grand Prize of $10,000 Plus our added $1,000 in Merchandise. We have complete information for you at the store. Contest closes midnight, November 6, 1948. OXYDOL O A per package UTt SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY CRANBERRY SAUCE, Richelieu, lb. can-17c CARNATION MILK, tall can for -17c LIBBY'S MILK, tall can for 13c SARDINES, per can only- 13c HERSHEY COCOA, 1 pound can 39c Doeskin Deluxe Large Dinner Napkins, box_43c PORK & BEANS, VanCamp, 2 No. 2 cans_.33c VALLEY PRIME EARLY PEAS, 2 cans_.25c Hershey, Bitter Sweet Chocolate, Snickers, Pings, Milky Way and Forever Yours 3 BARS FOR 10c BLACK JACK and DENTYNE GUM PER CARTON 79c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise SHE'S 31 Eldora school statisticians have determined that th« "average teacher" in the school system there, is a "single woman, 31 years of age," has gone to college three and a half years and has spent eight years teaching school, four of them in Eldora. SEES MOVIES At Independence, movie operator Joe Barger has run off 1600 different movies and 75,000 reels of film. But he never gets to enjoy the picture; changing reels breaks the continuity, he says. Besides, he doesn't care for movies anyway. Herald Want Ads bring results. CRASH Unexpected visitors dropped In at the Harold Wood farm near Iowa Falls last week. When their Cessna plane ran out of gas, E. R. Marshall and Paul Penner, Kansas, crashed in the darkness. The men were injured, but not seriously. Make your corncrib rat-tight before you flit it. "Romance On The High Seas" starring Doris Day and Jack Carson and Aimed in Brilliant Technicolor is coming to the Iris Sunday and Monday October 10 and 11. This brand new "musical" is a box winner and "believe it or not" there are those who enjoyed it as much as "The Jolson Story." ^IIII i ii mi i ri i if 1111 trrruf rt cirrnrff f rrri rf rt in iHiitif f f f i nrif rr nri f tinrf rrtrtri if iff Hrrrr»nrififf nif i f tniri ni »rif f riff n iiririf iHiirif i iff f nrf n nil if nrf 11 IUIWIII iuif BM Church Bazaar | at Rossville Hall | Sunday, October lOth n I Chicken Supper—Serving starts at 5:00 p. m. | Games, Country Store and Fancy Work | 3 Cash Prizes with Various Other Prizes I Sponsored by CHERRY MOUND PARISH LUX 2<" 69c Ft AXES ^ etvis. you FASTER, RICHER SUDS RINS02 '"69c WITH SOIIUM • THE SUNLIGHT INGREDIENT LUX 2 f " 29c TOIUT SOAP IIAVIS SKIN FRESH AND SWEET SWAN 2 *.r 35c LARGE SIZE MM WITH EXCLUSIVE SUPER CREAMED BUND "JE? 2 69c WITH FINE. CANNON FACI CLOTH IN SOX LIFEBUOY 2 f «20c HEALTH SOAP MM SO REFRESHING ... SO MILD SURF 2<" 39c NtW HARD WATER SUDS SENSATION 1 BREEZE 2<" 59c THE HARDER THE WATER THE BETTER BREEZE SUOS PILLSBURY CAKE MIX, O boxes 1-Pound Boxes _J L for DDC BLUE BONNET MARGARINE, O boxes AO. 1-Pound Boxes £* for «7£C Potatoes NOTICE Potatoes We are now booking orders for Idaho Russetts, Triumphs, and Cobbler Potatoes. It is still too early to put in your winter's supply of Potatoes, and ours will not be in until the time is right. In the meantime we are taking orders for these popular brands of Potatoes to arrive in cars later. BRAN BRAN CAR OF PURE BRAN to be on track this week. Now is the time to put in your winter's supply. Give us your order today. per ton off the car $48.00 SHOP AND SAVE AT YOUR FRIENDLY FARMERS STORE Telephone No. 231 WE DELIVER ROY D. KNIGHT, Manager

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