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LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - April 6, 1944, Lemars, Iowa PAGE FOUR LE MARS * SOCIETY * APRIL 10 i T. T. R. J. \a 1 APRIL 11 i. Circle No. 1, M. E. Mrs. R. Circle No. 2, M. E. Mrs. Richard Circle No. 3, M. E. Mrs. Henry APRIL 12 Entre Nous Frederick APRIL 13 St. James Aid H. Mrs. O. APRIL 14 Bridge One O'clock Dining No Hostess Castalia Cora ' i Friday E. L. ' Linger Longer E. Tally Hi Wallace A. U. F. W. Margaret The dancing party giVen at the Elks club by the USO for the cadets at West ern Union college was an event of special interest In the younger so cial Held's played a program of new and popular dance numbers and a large number were present to participate in the social A group of the cadets left on Wednesday for Iowa where they will continue * * * The of Sacred Heart hospital sponsored a staff party at the hospital on Monday with the doctors and their wives as the special The dinner was served at 7 o'clock and was followed by an informal social hour at this time Lieutenant Commander Rodney Glysteen of gave a very interesting talk on his experiences in the south Pacific * Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoffmann at dinner on Monday having as their special guests at this Lieut. Wade Woodke and Jack The circle of congenial friends later enjoyed very pleasant visit with the two service * * * Miss Margaret Downing a large group of friends at an afternoon tea on in courtesy to her house es Marjean Metzger of Ruth Hager of and Mary Snyder The friends gathered and enjoyed visiting in formally with the out of town and an attractive tea with spring was served at 4:30. * * * Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Woodke and son Lieut. Wade who is home on furlough from the Pacific war were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pew on Sun day Informal occupied the after dinner * * * Mr. and Mrs. C. H. entertained at a dinner Sunday evening honoring their who was The AT WHOLESALE WE PAY CASH - HIGHEST PRICKS Texas Seedless 10 faf 39Cj Large doz. 33c large solid 2 15c Seed Potatoes Bunch 5c CHEROKEE BUTTER lb. carton 43c 15c 5c No. 1 100 lb. 25c, i U. S NO. 1 2 ARMOUR'S MILK tall cans 25c Salmon lb. can 23c! i QUAKER 22c 3 lb. 19c OMAR 5 lb. 10c 2 GINGER BREAD SODA 2,1 lb. boxes 8 oz. RIPE large 9 Omar Wonder Burlington Best Flour 49 lbs. GREEN 2 No. 2 25c Cream No. 2 10c W. 2 2 No. 2 No. 2 TOMATO 3 No. 10 Del No. can 29c< U lb. DILI 01. FOLGER'S Coffee 2 lb. jar 59c SPRY 3 lb. jar 68c EGGS FRESH COUNTRY Doz. 26c Qt. 3 23c LIFEBUOY IVORY Qt. LIGHTHOUSE CLEANSER 5c, CORN 2 guest list at the time were Rev. and Mrs. of and Mrs. Robert Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Mrs. Louisa Haack and Jo and Mrs. Leo Kettler and Loretta and Florence and and Harry Mildred received many remembrances of the W sr * Mr. and Mrs. Morton Mortensen and Mr. and Mrs. Will Jensen of Sioux Falls were all day guests in the C. H. home near Remsen Miss Margaret who a group of college girls from Carlton college visiting with her during the Easter had a theater party for them Friday evening at the After the picture the friends went to the home of their hostess social One of the house Miss Mary left for home in Omaha the first of the week and she was accompanied by Miss Rutu Hager of Maryland who will visit in Omaha for a brief 1 v ifc Eddie Anderson entertained a group of friends on Thursday evening in courtesy to Jack Galles before he leaves for the The diversions of the evening were of an informal and concluded with a late 4t * y Mrs. Burton Dull entertained on Wednesday evening with Mr. and Mrs. Jack Galles as special Cards and a late lunch featured the complimentary tit w w The Missionary Aid society of Union township Presbyterian church will meet Wednesday April 12 at the E. O. Paulin home with Mrs. Elmer Warner and Mrs. Don Wormley as Master Garlin David son of Mr. and Mrs. Edward observed his fifth birthday anniversary Saturday afternoon by entertaining five of his who came to enjoy this special occasion with The lads enjoyed the juvenile games planned for their special and .at the close of the afternoon the birthday supper and the large cake with its alloted number of lighted wax was a feature of special interest to the youthful each of whom received Easter bunnies as souvenirs of the happy Garlin was the recipient of a number of gifts at his Terry Danne celebrated his eighth birthday anniversary on Friday afternoon after school when he entertained a group of his schoolmates the home of his at 620 Second avenue The young lads enjoyed the gram of games planned for their amusements and directed two W U. C. Paul and LeRoy At the close of the afternoon the anniversary with the large birthday cake holding its lighted candles as a special Terry was remembered with a number of v % Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Woodke and their Lieut. Wade Woodke and Ruddy Bartels were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Angus McCulloch of Sioux City on The of relatives enjoyed the opportunity which the occasion afforded for social * * * ' Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Danne and son were weekend guests of Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Ellertson of la. ag V Dr. and Mrs. L. C. O'Toole entertained a group of friends at dinner Sunday complimenting Mr. and Mrs. Jack The after dinner hours were of an informal social * * * Miss Marilynn Driscoll was pleasantly surprised last Thurs day March 30 on her 15th when a group of about twenty young folks gathered at her home for an evening of games and At the close of the refreshments were The table centerpiece was a large lighted birthday cake and lighted Marilynn received many lovely They all departed wishing Marilynn many more happy The social events of the week opened with a noon luncheon on Monday at the Savoy dining room which was sponsored by the Past Matrons of LeMars Chapter No. 70, O. E. S. with Mrs. Mildred afternoon with Mrs. A. Van Steenwyk of Sioux The hostess was formerly a member of the organization and the members of the society will enjoy visiting with her in Sioux Si Mrs. Orville Nemmers was hostess Tuesday afternoon to the members of the Sewing Informal visiting with needle work in hand lent interest to the social club session and the hostess served luncheon at the close of the Sfi Sfi The met on Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Chad Godfrey with Mrs. S. M. Kale as joint The club luncheon and contract bridge featured the social 4 Mrs. John Hammer was hostess on Wednesday to the members of the Merry-Go-Round Red Cross work and afternoon tea added to the interest of the The enjoyed their club meeting in the home of Mrs. Wayne Collins on Tuesday Contract bridge as the social pastime with an intermission at 4:30 for afternoon v The Woman's club met Wednesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Myrtle The program Roll call A Bible verse concerning Study The framework for an enduring Caroline tfi Soldier Writes Grandmother He Can't Use Right Hand Mrs. Nellie Edwards of this received word from the war department that her Gordon is recovering from wounds received in on January 6. He is still in an army This is the first and only letter she received from the war stating that he was This week Mrs. Edwards received just a one-line letter from her It was written with his left hand and can't use my right The Sunshine club will meet April 12, with Mrs. Ed Mrs. Henry Thompson will be assistant Father of Mrs. Ruby Wood Dies - At Miles City * lt Mrs. Ruby Wood returned to Le i Mars Tuesday from Miles tist church met Tuesday for a of study and later a social Mrs. Bertha Garton and Nell Dann extended the courtesies of the circle * * * Mr. and Mrs. Ross who have been living at 827. Second avenue moved the of April to the new home they bought recently at 611 Central avenue Tally Hi club er boys itl front of the R Weidauer Friday a as the guests of when he slipped and fell on Mrs. Matt An attractive the He will have to dessert luncheon was served carry tne arm in a cast for several ous to the usual informal game of weeks contract bridge is the where she was called by the death of her Phillip who passed away there at the age of 96 Under Doctor's Care Tommy 7, of Mr. and Mrs. Joel broke the big bone in his left above the wrist while playing Monday He was playing tag with some oth FALL JIM CAR Ronald Thunhorst Breaks Leg in Two Places In Odd Accident 6, son of Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth broke his leg in two places in an odd accident west of Le He was in a car driven by his Mrs. of in some way the door came open and Ronald He rolled on the road and down into the He was rushed to Sacred Heart hospital where the double fracture was The youngster is now being cared for in the home of his Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Ronald's father is in the LY Mrs. E. E. Nelson was called to Mt. Iowa by the unexpected death of her Mrs. Catherine Mr. and Mrs. Nelson wnd Joan and Jane left Sunday to attend the home Mr. and Mrs. and children and visited relatives Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kelso Melvin Bakken home Mr. and Bernard and family of LeMars v evening visitors in thS Stodden The many friends Cope are glad to was able to leave the t She is now ' NEWS Marvin of the U. S. Coast Guard is spending a few days in the home of Art who now is stationed at Camp arrived I this morning for a 12-day furlough in the home of his Mr. and Mrs. N. A. cheese and A CVT 28c i PORK | AK MO STAR 'A Whole or lb. 29c 1HAM5, Whole or STAIt CENTER CUT 35c for frying and 45c] GROUND | LAMB PORK 25c 5PM Ib LeMars Fruit & Grocery Co. Harrington of Sioux and Mrs. Frank Matron of the local chapter as special The long table was attractive spring and and following the luncheon hour the chapter members went to the Masonic where the school of instruction opened at one o'clock and continued until 4:30. The regular session of LeMars chapter No. 70, O. E. S. convened at 8 o'clock p. m. in the Masonic The initiation of eight new members into the chapter took place at this time and special by the chapter Maureen Hazel Ruth Grahlman and Pearl Forsberg to the interest of the A social hour followed the formal initiation ceremonies and later refreshments were The hostess committee being Vinnie Ethel Betty Edna Anna Andrew Amy Adeline Celestia Werth and Bertha V V Chapter P. E. O. met on Monday afternoon in the home of Mrs. W. L. Mrs. Harry Cannon gave an interesting talk on Women at Work in A * * The Women's Guild of St. John's Evangelical and Reformed church met in the parlors of the church 0:1 Thursday with Mrs. Sophia Miller as * * * Mrs. Wilbur DePree entertained the Jinx club members Thursday Dinner and the usual club game of contract bridge were the features of interest for the * * * The Baptist Missionary will meet in regular session cial diversion of the club * * The Ladies Auxiliary of Hildreth church met Thursday afternoon in the church The meeting was of the usual semi business and social ith Mrs. A. L. Mrs. Walter and Mrs. Mrs. B. was the Charles Hahn as the hostess ' The Youth Fellowship of Hildreth Memorial church enjoyed a sack supper on Sunday evening in the church parlors at six Later a period of was Sp Sfi Mrs. E. who have been living at 834 Second avenue are moving to 827 Second the house recently by Mr. and Mrs. Ross 4. The Fortnightly club members enjoyed a meeting on Wednesday evening instead of Thursday which is with the club The club dinner was served at Myers Cafe and later the members enjoyed an evening of cards in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Tuesday club members went to the Crowley Cafe this week for lunch and later enjoyed an afternoon contract bridge in the home of Mrs. George Mrs. Clarence Mrs. Koenig made the arrangements for the V V Missionary society of the Baptist church met Wednesday in the parlors of the The annual election occupied the business session and was followed by the usual social the members bringing their mite boxes containing the Easter offers at this Mrs. Van Steenwyk and Mrs. John extended the courtesies of the afternoon v Margie a bride of this was honored at a miscellaneous shower on April 5 by Mrs. Richard Hoss and Lorraine Hoss in the home of Lorraine The bride was the recipient of many lovely The afternoon was spent playing bingo after which a delicious two course luncheon was Friends here have received word of the birth of a baby daughter to and Mrs. L. P. at on March 16. The baby weighed 4 pounds and 3 ounces at birth and was named Luella Lieut. Farrell is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farrell of former photographers in A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Null of He hag been named Roger FOn A EGGS Extra Select for per SWANSDOWN with new free ' recipe CALUMET BAKING Large 25 PEANUT Stays Fresh Large jar RAISINS Mission 2 lb. pkg. BORDEN'S Eagle Brand Milk 15 oz. LUSHUS Faney French Cut No. 2 can BOYSENBERRIES Fancy Fresh Swetta No lb. RAISIN BREAD lots of raisins 20 oz. JAM Yellow Imitation i lb. jar SEAL OF MINN. Special 10 day 40 lb. bag lor One large oven glass pie p each 10 lb. bag for Pfc. Robert arrived this morning to spend his 12-day furlough in the home of his i One glass Tumbler free Mr. and Mrs. Frank He is HAMS - HA MS stationed at Camp Va. ' At Sacred Heart Hospital Mrs. Clara of Granville is a medical Ernest Miller of Rock Valley was a medical patient this Helen Simons of Ireton was operated on Monday for acute Mrs. Henry Menke of Paullina is a medical Fred Kuhl Jr. of Sioux Center is a medical Mrs. C. R. Sammis of 111., is a medical Mrs. B. R. Mohan of Le Mars underwent an operation Mrs. Cletus Kemp of Kingsley was operated on Wednesday for acute Marlene Vander Woulde of Doon is a medical Mrs. Marvin of Le Mars is a medical to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mousel of a April 6: to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singer of a girl 4; to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richardson of Long S. a April 3; to Mr. and Mrs. William Reiners of a boy April 2; to Pvt. and Mrs. Francis Bierman of Pierson a April 4; to Pvt. and Mrs. Herman Kempema of Rock a April 6. Sister Will Penning Dies al Minn. Word has been received by Will Penning of the death of his Mrs. Emma who died at the home of her Mrs. Robert Clark of Minn. Funeral services will be held Friday at Pearl 111. Those from here attending the are Mr. and Mrs. Will Mrs. Lena and Albert Big reductions throughout the store at Clara Final days on her Smoke Damage * Miss Sena Tripp and Betty Turner sang at the USO club in Sioux Falls this Quick Action On Part of Housewife Saves Home Special A fire which might have been serious occurred Friday evening the Harry home when Mrs. by mistake lit the By action of Mrs. who was home with the the fire was put out without much damage to the The Elkhorn Farm Women's club will meet Thursday April 13 at the home of Mrs. Al Bauerly with Mrs. Art Lage assisting Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pratt and Joyce from spent the weekend visiting relatives Their Mrs. Wayne Spies and son Danny who have been in the home of her returned with them I 1'ave the most delicious Armour's average 12-14 only 3 per FORK ROASTS Fancy Lean Boston Butt 2 lb. PURE PORK SAUSAGE Fancy country 2 lb. Fresh Cottage and American PINK GRAPEFRUIT Fancy thin full of 8 for ORANGES ' per Fancy Calif. Pantry and Bake Sale I Catholic Onion per Onion No. 1, per Seed 1 HEAD LETTUCE large head 2 Fresh ma Leaf a f New Store will Friday from 12 to 3:00 p. FOR FINE FOODS Phone 108 Long's Food Market EASTER TIME Shank | Butt 35c 1 Center lb. 48c; Shank 18cm Genuine Spring Lamb - AA Grade | I Leg of 39c Shoulder 35c" I Loin | Bread Butter pt. mason 33c | Sauer 2 Mason I Mint Cranberry Mint Jelly and Qj I Pan and Parker House ' 5*7 29c uince BIRDSEYE FROSTED VEGETABLES & FRUITS 1 A t POINTS Peas and Canada Dry and Rock Spring Beverages Onion Sets and Certified Early Ohio Potatoes FOR ONLY r Bam 7Um DEVELOPING PRINTING
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