Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 20, 1948 · Page 5
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October 20, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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NESDAT. OCTOBER tO, MM. To The Ladies... [your help is needed in the od- Inccmcnt of the society section The Herald. Please call, tone 200, or write of any club teetings, family reunions, birth- (jr parties, anniversary events, torch, lodge or service club ilherings. Just phone 200- or WP n letter or post card in the jail box and give us the par- kulars. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA * AOB rm pusewarming For iul Waterses. and Mrs. Paul Waters we: tch a surprise housewarming at jir new apartment , on Monday jning. The guests included Mr. j Mrs. E. A. Hoth, Mr. and M^s. C. Hoth, Mr. and Mrs. Paul jbel, Mr. and Mrs. Clyde dyce, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Se- jlian and family, Mr. and Mrs. trly Schulz, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Jlerton and Elmer GenzT} irthday Surprise. jln. J- A. Koevenig was given surprise on her birthday Mon- evening, the ladies bringing nic baskets for supper, hose attending -were: Mrs. Lena ^ihe. Mrs. Leonard Casten, Mrs. led Hcins, Mrs. Fredericka Plaht, Anna Schroeder, Mrs. Luver bultz. Miss Lurena Heckman, Amanda Meyer, Mrs. Elba iristofferson and Oleta, Mrs. Gus flier and Jenanne Schroeder, Helen Meyer and Mrs. Louts bevenig. Ruth M. Koch of Os 'sian Weds Clifton Mitchell. fwss Ruth Mildred Koch, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Koch, of Ossian, and Clifton Mitchell, son of Mrs. Delphina Hein, of Postville, were United in marriage at 3:00 p. m., Sunday in the Ossian : Lutheran parsonage by tne Rev. V. A. Fiskerbeck, who,jaep^ formed the double-ring ceremony. The bride was attended by "her' sister, Miss Betty Koch, and Donald Harris of Postville, was best man. Following the ceremony a reception for the immediate families and friends was held at the Green Parrot cafe in Decorah. The bride attended Ossian public school and for the past three years has been employed at the Figge Auto Company. Mr, Mitchell, after completing his high school work joined the navy. Since his discharge he has been employed at Becker's Garage. The newlyweds are on a wedding trip to Hot Springs, Arkansas and on their return will live in Postville. Observe. Silver Wedding Anniversary. {jfc ~and Mrs. E. T. Mork celebrated their silver wedding anniversary Sunday at their home with a number of relatives and] friends gathering for the occasional Those present were: ~ ' Mr. and Mrs. Robert Mork, Joan and Roger, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Kelly and Vernon, Mrs. Molly Mork, Otto, William 'and Anna Mae, Mr. and Mrs. Melvln GJefle, Olaf Gjefle, Mr. and Mrs, Tennis Kolsrud, Joyce and Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs.Lindy Blatti, Aaron, Marilyn and Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Hugh Varty, Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson, Gwendolyn and Cheryl, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Pearson and Robert, Joyce Hangartner, Alvirt Thorstenson, Mr. and Mrs. Lou McNally, Bob, Betty, Patsy and Sandra, Mrs. Ira Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Steele and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag. Attend N.C.C.W. Meeting At Spillville Sunday. Members of St. Bridget's parish attended a meeting of the National Council of Catholic Women in Spillville Sunday afternoon. Those attending included: Rev, Francis J. Vallaster, pastor; Mrs. Marie Leui and Mrs. Paul L. Sonn- kalb, officers of St. Bridget's Circle; Mrs. H. D. Cole, Mrs. Ed McNeil, Mrs. J. T. Humphrey, Anna Legion Auxiliary To Hold Regular Meeting. The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will hold its regular monthly meet' ing at Memorial Hall on Wednesday, October 27, at 2:30 p. m., it was announced this week. Mrs. Lenard Allen and Mrs. Nor ris Blegen will act as hostesses for the meeting. Naomi Past Noble Grands The Naomi Past Noble Grand Club will meet Thursday evening H. Leui, Mrs. A. W. Bush, Mi's. E. at the home of Mrs. Jessye Schroe- C. Sonnkalb, Mrs. Edwin Smith, der. Mrs. Elliott Schroeder will Mrs. Joe J. Braun and Anna C. act as assisting hostess for the Welsch. evening. Autumn Festival -./-?-. SALE Anderson-Waters Nuptials Are Read. The marriage of Delores Anderson, daughter of Mrs. Inga Anderson of Clermont and Eugene Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters, took place at 9 a. m. Saturday at St. Peter's church in Clermont. The Rev. Father Cooney performed the double ring ceremony and Mae Crowe played* a prelude of organ music and accompanied the soloist, Lyle Groth. The bride, given in marriage by her brother, Alton Anderson, was wearing a gown of white satin. Her full length skirt fell into a long train and her fingertip veil of illusion net was attached to a coronet of seed pearls. She carried a white prayer book, a gift of the bridegroom. Attired in a pink silk dress with matching hat and elbow length 1 mitts and carrying chrysanthemums, Mrs. John Van Buren, sister of the bride was bridesmaid. Eddie Waters, cousin of the bridegroom was best man and Kenneth Anderson and Leo Meyer were ushers. Mrs. Anderson attended her daughters wedding attired in a black and white crepe dress with black accessories and Mrs. Waters chose black with black accessories. Both wore corsages of pink and white roses. The wedding dinner was served at the home of the bridegrooms parents, with Mrs. Marie Leui, Mrs. Bertie Waters and Mrs. Ambrose Waters acting as hostesses and Eva Waters and Doris Johnson, waitresses. Mrs. Waters attended high school in Clermont and graduated as a beautican at Pitzie's in Waterloo and for the past three years has been practicing her profession in Clermont. Mr. Waters is a graduate of Postville high school and employed on his father's farm. After a honeymoon trip they will be at home on his father 's farm. Relatives from Albe£t Lea, Minnesota; Cleveland, Ohio; Salabrean, South Dakota; Ossian and Clermont attended the wedding and reception. This week will mark our Tenth Year of Service to the people of Postville and vicinity. We have enjoyed serving you and appreciate the confidence you have placed in us as shown by your patronage. We strive for efficient, courteous service, selling on a price scale to meet your family budget. You are invited to join with us in observing our Tenth Anniversary and shop with us for our BIG ANNIVERSARY SPECIALS. MR. AND MRS. HAROLD SCHROEDER. CRISCO «J Pound $1 1 A O Can l.lv CHEESE 2 lb. Tasty Loaf 89c MONARCH CORN, $9 £Jk Whole Kernel, doz.__ &«0*ft A representative of Reid-Murdock Co. will be at our store to serve you Coffee. Monarch APPLE BUTTER 14 ounce 2 t 8 25c CRISCO «J Pound $1 1 A O Can l.lv CHEESE 2 lb. Tasty Loaf 89c DEL MONTE CORN, $0 OA Cream Style, doz Lt*0 %t A representative of Reid-Murdock Co. will be at our store to serve you Coffee. Monarch APPLE BUTTER 14 ounce 2 t 8 25c SORGHUM 5 Pound Pail 97c ORIOLE PEAS, $0 OA Sieve 3, per doz £i «0«f A representative of Reid-Murdock Co. will be at our store to serve you Coffee. Monarch APPLE BUTTER 14 ounce 2 t 8 25c SORGHUM 5 Pound Pail 97c ORANGE JUICE, $ J | A Mon., No. 5 tins, doz.__t» 1«J CATSUP 4-B - 14 ounce 2 "2- 49c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 69c SORGHUM 5 Pound Pail 97c BLENDED JUICE, $0 O A Mon., No. 5 tins, doz— 0»0 *T CATSUP 4-B - 14 ounce 2 "2- 49c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 69c Monarch PIC-L-JOYS 16 ounce jar 37c MONARCH PEAS, $0 40 Tender, Green, doz.__ CATSUP 4-B - 14 ounce 2 "2- 49c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 69c Monarch PIC-L-JOYS 16 ounce jar 37c TOMATO JUICE, $q CQ Mon, No. 5 tin, doz O»0& CATSUP 4-B - 14 ounce 2 "2- 49c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 69c Monarch PIC-L-JOYS 16 ounce jar 37c CHERRIES, Yacht ,$«» 7A Club, Water pack, doz. f «7 CATSUP 4-B - 14 ounce 2 "2- 49c Campbell's TOMATO SOUP 6 69c Post-Nuptial Shower For Mrs. Harold Scheidel. Buy Now and Save On These Specials j Waconia Sorghum, half gai. *i.05 j C*> 90. II APPLE SAUCE, j Q &L ,UU M Rfrholieu. No. 2 tin IOC FRUITS and VEGETABLES NORTH. COBBLERS, 100 lb.__$2.49 ORANGES, 2 dozen, 39c CRANBERRIES, 2 lbs 49c SWEET POTATOES, 3 lbs 29c FROZEN FOODS LIMA BEANS, Blue Goose 42c CORN, Blue Goose 29c STRAWBERRIES, Blue Goose__59c PERCH FILLET, lb 39c HONEY, Mississippi Valley, 10-lb. pail- Mrs. Paul Waters was hostess at a miscellaneous shower honoring Mrs. Harold Scheidel last Wednes- S day evening.. Cards furnished the entertainment and the prize winners turned the prizes over to the guest of honor. •Those present were Mrs. Edward Kozelka, Mrs. J. M. Overland, Mrs. Ralph LaVelle, Mrs. Harry Tyler, Mrs. Keith Waters, Mrs. Robert Schult2, Mrs. Bertie Waters, Mrs. Don Rose, Mrs. Lee Brainard, Mrs. Winfield Masonhall, Mrs. F. A. Tehel, Mrs. Paul Schutte, Mrs. Jack McNeil, Mrs. Nylo Carr, Mrs. Richard Hale, Mrs. Loren Meyer and Miss Opal Gordanier. Sharing the courtesy,but unable to attend were Mrs. Don White, Mrs. R. H. Babcock, Mrs. Kenneth Barker of Clermont. Mrs. R. F. Schneider and Mrs. AUard Nyberg. Chocolate Cream Coffee, 2 lb. 99c Mariners Club Elects Officers For The Year. PIE CHERRIES, Stokley's, per gallon— $1.59 CORNED BEEF, Swift's Premium, 12 oz. tin 49c Clover Farm Apricots, In Heavy Syrup No. 2»/ 2 tin 33c APPLE PYEQUICK, QA_ 1 APPLE BUTTER, Dutch OA Betty Crocker, pkg.—- OVC |j Girl, 28 oz. jar *«7l Oscar Mayer Wmn^^Si LARGE ASSORTMENT — OF — JOHNSTON BOX CANDY POTATOES! POTATOES! Just Arrived Cobblers and Russetts COME IN AND GET THEM NOW! WE DELIVER— ' . in . m For Better ^^^JTW^ &™ « and your afternoon orders by 3.00 p.m. m J speed our delivery service. Helgerson's Telephone No. 247 Clover Farm Store Postville, Iowa SURF, Per package. 33c SWEETHEART TOILET SOAP. 3 f 29c HORMEL'S PURE LARD Best for Pies, per pound. 27c MORMSL makes it...lean and tender PURE PORK SAUSAGE 3 LB. 53c The Mariners Club of the Community Presbyterian Church held its regular monthly meeting at the church Sunday night with a potluck supper and social hour following. At the business meeting the following officers were named: Skippers, Mr. and Mrs. Luman Colton; First Mates, Mr. and . Mrs. Carl Marsh; Log Keepers, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner; Lookouts, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph E. Gosmire. Club of the Hour To Meet Next Monday. The Club of the Hour will meet : the home of Mrs. Laurence Hor on Monday evening, October i. Mrs. Glenn JarmeS will present the lesson. A previous meeting was held at the home of Mrs. Neiling Thoma in the form of a party. The programs were distributed and a social time in games with prizes provided by the committee in charge. The committee served refreshments. Announce Engagement. Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muchow of Castalia announce the engagement of their daughter- Norma Jean to Leonard Mellick of Waukon. The wedding will take place this fall. OLD AUTO Residents of Ogden and other Iowa towns were treated to a sight of a 1902 Sears Motor Buggy, fore-runner of the automobile, which J. J. Ruth of York, Pennsylvania, has been driving across country. Purchased originally by his uncle in 1902 for $500, the two- cylinder vehicle, built along the lines of a horse-drawn buggy, has traveled 100,000 miles. HORMEL 85c LB. HORMEL'S BOSTON BUTTS 69c FRANKS 57c LB. Demonstration Saturday Come in—taste Hormel's Country Style Pure PORK SAUSAGE WE FEATURE HORMEL BRAND BEEF STEAK, Round - T-Bone Sirloin 85c LB. MEATY SPARE RIBS Bake or Barbeque 49c LB. HORMEL'S BOLOGNA 55c LB. 100% PURE GROUND BEEF Per Pound f *A only—__ Ou C HORMEL £U*fe »BACO PERFECTLY SMOKED TO A SWEET, NUTTY FLAVOR. 79c LB. HORMEL'S PORK CHOPS End Cut Center 59c 79c HORMIL DaUy BRAUNSCHWEIGER tor MeartY Satrcfmcfos 53c LB. Owing to the length of "The Beet Years Of Our Live*" coming to the Irto Thureday, Friday on* Saturday, October £1. 8t, and tSt there will be one *nr «tlp » there will No tlnw ta HAROLD'S CASH MARK PHONE XI POSTVILLE

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