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   LeMars Globe Post (Newspaper) - April 6, 1944, Lemars, Iowa                                PAGE FOUR LE MARS GLOBE-POST * SOCIETY        * MONDAY, APRIL 10 i T. T. T.. Meeting-Mis. R. J. \a        Piscli. 1 TUESDAY, APRIL 11 i. Circle No. 1, M. E. Church- Mrs. R. Clark. J> Circle No. 2, M. E. Church- \j,       Mrs. Richard Laughton, '* Circle No. 3, M. E. Church- Mrs. Henry Hall. WEDNESDAY, APRIL 12 Entre Nous Club-Mrs.  Frederick Veale. THURSDAY, APRIL 13 St. James Aid Society-Mrs. H. Kramer, Mrs. O. Keffler. FRIDAY, APRIL 14 Bridge Club, One O'clock Lunch-con-Savoy Dining Room, No Hostess Meeting. Castalia Club-Mrs. Cora Bald-in. ' i Friday Club-Mrs. E. L. Fireo- '       ved.v Linger Longer Club-Mrs. E. Willfcing. Tally  Hi Club-Mrs.  Wallace Hemphill. A. U. F. W. V.-Mrs. Margaret Nevins. The dancing party giVen at the Elks club on. Tuesday-evening by the USO for the cadets at West ern Union college was an event of special interest In the younger so cial circles. Held's orchesta played a program of new and popular dance numbers and a large number were present to participate in the social activities. A group of the cadets left on Wednesday for Iowa City, where they will continue training. * *    * The Si'sters of Sacred Heart hospital sponsored a staff party at the hospital on Monday evening, with the doctors and their wives as the special guests. The dinner was served at 7 o'clock and was followed by an informal social hour .and at this time Lieutenant Commander Rodney Glysteen of Alton, gave a very interesting talk on his experiences in the south Pacific area. # *    * Mr. and Mrs. Jack Hoffmann en-tertai'ned at dinner on Monday eve- ning, having as their special guests at this time, Lieut. Wade Woodke and Jack Galles. The circle of congenial friends later enjoyed very pleasant visit with the two service men. * *    * Miss Margaret Downing enter' tained a large group of friends at an afternoon tea on Friday, in courtesy to her house guests, Mi'ss es Marjean Metzger of Christobol, Panama, Ruth Hager of Baltimore, Maryland,- and Mary Snyder Omaha,  Nebraska.    The friends gathered and enjoyed visiting in formally with the out of town visitors, and an attractive tea with spring "appointments was served at 4:30. * *    * Mr. and Mrs. Cloyd Woodke and son Lieut. Wade Woodke, who is home on furlough from the Pacific war area, were dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Pew on Sun day evening. Informal vi'siting occupied the after dinner hours. * *    * Mr. and Mrs. C. H. Haack, jr, entertained at a dinner Sunday evening honoring their daughter, Mildred, who was confirmed.   The (GROCERIES AT WHOLESALE PRICES) WE PAY CASH - HIGHEST MAttftKT PRICKS m�< *�;*y* GRAPEFRUIT, Texas Seedless 10 faf 39Cj ORANGES, Large Calif, doz. 33c lettuce, large solid 2 heads.. 15c Seed Potatoes l\?t . .. $3.69 ! CARROTS, California, Bunch ... 5c CELERY, Pascal, Bunch. CABBAGE, New, lb... CHEROKEE BUTTER lb. carton 43c 15c . 5c No. 1 Ohios 100 lb. bag..... CAULIFLOWER, Head...... 25c, TOMATOES, Firm, lb........25c i U. S NO. 1 YAMS, 2 lbs......23c   OMAR FLOUR, 5 lb. bag.......25c 'KELLOGG'S PEP, pkg_______.. 10c 'POST T0ASTIES, 2 boxes......15c GINGER BREAD MIX, pkg.....24c, HERSHEYS COCOA, fib......10c, SODA CRACKERS, 2,1 lb. boxes .19c- DATES, Fresh, 8 oz. pkg......35cJ RIPE OLIVES, large 9 oz-------25c; Omar Wonder Flour50lb.bagS2.29 Burlington Best Flour 49 lbs. $1.89 GREEN BEANS, 2 No. 2 cans.... 25c .CORN, Cream Style, No. 2 can.. 10c CORN, W. K., 2 cans........25c TOMATOES, 2 No. 2 can......23c 'PEAS, No. 2 can..........12c TOMATO SOUP, 3 cans.......25c< PRUNES, No. 10 can.......59c< PEACHES, Del Monte, No. l\ can 29c< KAR0 SYRUP, U lb. jar.....12cj DILI PICKLES, 01. jar.......25c] FOLGER'S Coffee 2 lb. jar 59c SPRY 3 lb. jar 68c EGGS FRESH COUNTRY Doz. 26c 'AEROWAX, Qt. Bottle........35c S0ILAX, Ige. size.........19c .NORTHERN TISSUE, Roll........5c iLEWIS LYE, 3 Cans.........25c IRINS0, Ige. size.......... 23c LIFEBUOY SOAP, bar........6c( IVORY SOAP, Ige. bar.......10c  will meet in regular session Wod- cial diversion of the club members. * * The Ladies Auxiliary of Hildreth church met Thursday afternoon in the church parlors: The meeting was of the usual semi business and social nature, ith Mrs. A. L. Bowers, Mrs. Walter Spire, and Mrs. mittee. Mrs. B. TV'Zuehl was the Charles Hahn as the hostess com-devotional leader.' ' The Youth Fellowship of Hildreth Memorial church enjoyed a sack supper on Sunday evening in the church parlors at six o'clock. Later a period of commuinty sing-i'ng was enjoyed. Sp Sfi Dr.'and Mrs. E. James, who have been living at 834 Second avenue SE. are moving to 827 Second avenue, SE, the house recently occu-pied by Mr. and Mrs. Ross Day. if* 4. �S The Fortnightly club members enjoyed a meeting on Wednesday evening instead of Thursday which is customary' with the club members. 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 Koenig. Tuesday club members went to the Crowley Cafe this week for lunch and later enjoyed an afternoon ;of contract bridge in the home of Mrs. George Koenig. Mrs. Clarence Rpseberry ;and Mrs. Koenig made the arrangements for the meetmg. fc V V Missionary society of the Baptist church met Wednesday in the parlors of the church. The annual election occupied the business session and was followed by the usual social hour, the members bringing their mite boxes containing the Easter offers at this time. Mrs. Van Steenwyk and Mrs. John Schoep' extended the courtesies of the afternoon session. I*. v Miss' Margie Hoss, a bride of this month, was honored at a miscellaneous shower on Sunday, April 5 by Mrs. Richard Hoss and Lorraine Hoss in the home of Lorraine Hoss. The bride was the recipient of many lovely gi'fts. The afternoon was spent playing bingo after which a delicious two course luncheon was served. Friends here have received word of the birth of a baby daughter to Lieut, and Mrs. L. P. "Pat" Far-rell, at Merced, Calif., on March 16. The baby weighed 4 pounds and 3 ounces at birth and was named Luella Patrici'a. Lieut. Farrell is he son of Mr. and Mrs. Jack Farrell of Manhattan, Kan., former photographers in LeMars. A son was born to Mr. and Mrs. Russell Null of Aurelia. He hag been named Roger Edward. FOn A HAPrVEAsi EGGS Extra Select Clean, for dyeing, per doz, ... SWANSDOWN Cslte Flour, with new : free ' recipe book, pkg,    � CALUMET BAKING I'Ol] Large 25 o�. can............... -yT PEANUT BUTTEft SUlppy, Stays Fresh Large jar ....................... RAISINS . -;a Mission Brand, Seedless,  2 lb. pkg. :............... BORDEN'S Eagle Brand Milk 15 oz. tin................................ LUSHUS GttEEN BEAKs! Faney Small, French Cut No. 2 can ................ BOYSENBERRIES ,< Fancy Fresh Frozen, Swetta No point, lb. pkg............... RAISIN BREAD Fresh, lots of raisins 20 oz. loaf......................... GKAPE JAM Yellow Mcn, Imitation i lb. jar .........................,..... SEAL OF MINN. FLOUR.; Special 10 day sale, 40 lb. bag lor .................... One large oven glass pie p each bag. 10 lb. bag for Pfc. Robert G'aser arrived this morning to spend his 12-day furlough in the home of his parents, i One glass Tumbler free Mr. and Mrs. Frank Glaser.  He is HAMS - HA MS stationed at Camp Pickeett, Va. ' ~~ ...... At Sacred Heart Hospital ...... Mrs. Clara Krebtr of Granville is a medical patient. Ernest Miller of Rock Valley was a medical patient this week. Helen Simons of Ireton was operated on Monday for acute appendicitis. Mrs. Henry Menke of Paullina is a medical patient. Fred Kuhl Jr. of Sioux Center is a medical patient. Mrs. C. R. Sammis of Evanston, 111., is a medical patientt. Mrs. B. R. Mohan of Le Mars underwent an operation Wednesday. Mrs. Cletus Kemp of Kingsley was operated on Wednesday for acute appendicitis. Marlene Vander Woulde of Doon is a medical patient. Mrs. Marvin tvlave of Le Mars is a medical patient. Births: to Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Mousel of Alton, a boy. April 6: to Mr. and Mrs. Ray Singer of Merrill, a girl .April 4; to Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Richardson of Long Valley, S. D., a boy, April 3; to Mr. and Mrs. William Reiners of Remsen, a boy April 2; to Pvt. and Mrs. Francis Bierman of Pierson a girl( April 4; to Pvt. and Mrs. Herman Kempema of Rock Valley, a boy, April 6. Sister Will Penning Dies al Duluth, Minn. Word has been received by Will Penning of the death of his sister, Mrs. Emma Penticoff, who died at the home of her daughter, Mrs. Robert Clark of Duluth, Minn. Funeral services will be held Friday at Pearl City, 111. Those from here attending the funei-al are Mr. and Mrs. Will Penning, Mrs. Lena Rees, and Albert Penning, Big reductions throughout the store at Clara Owens. Final days on her Smoke Damage sale.      * Miss Sena Tripp and Betty Turner sang at the USO club in Sioux Falls this week. Quick Action On Part of Housewife Saves Elk-horn Home (By Special Correspondent) A fire which might have been serious occurred Friday evening ?t the Harry Plendl home when Mrs. Rlendl' by mistake lit the kitchetf; fire/vtwith  gasoline;' By qui'ck action of Mrs. Plendl, who was home alcne with the children, the fire was put out without much damage to the home. The Elkhorn Farm Women's club will meet Thursday afternoon, April 13 at the home of Mrs. Al Bauerly with Mrs. Art Lage assisting hostess. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Pratt and daughter, Joyce from Bassett, Neb., spent the weekend visiting relatives here. Their daughter, Mrs. Wayne Spies and son Danny who have been visi'ting' in the home of her parents, returned with them I 1'ave the most delicious Hifl Easter. Armour's Star! ChoiijB average 12-14 pounds. only 3 pts. per Ib........... FORK ROASTS Fancy Lean Boston Butt 2 pis., lb. PURE PORK SAUSAGE Fancy country style, smokeJ'| Fresh, 2 pts. lb. Fresh Cottage Cheese; Age4| and American Clicesc. PINK GRAPEFRUIT Fancy thin peel, full of juice, 8 for ......................... ORANGES ' per doz.............................. Fancy Calif. SunUist Pantry and Bake Sale I au-pices Catholic LadteC Onion Plants, per bundle. Onion Sets, No. 1, per lb,. Seed Potatoes-No. 1 S'Cd HEAD LETTUCE Fnney sol'd large head 2 for'.......................'............ Fresh Asparagus, Cauliflmq ma toes,. Leaf a UMineBt f Shallots^ Peppers, New Cucumbers.. NOTICE: Store will    cIomM Friday from 12 to 3:00 p. *| Nuebel's Grocery! FOR FINE FOODS Phone 108 iiiiiaiiii Long's Food Market EASTER TIME . Puritan, whole, Ib.....33c � Star, Shank Half, Ib.....33c | Premium, Butt Half, Ib. ... 35c 1 Center Cuts, lb. 48c; Shank Ends, Ib. 18cm Genuine Spring Lamb - AA Grade     | I Leg of Lamb, Ib.. 39c Shoulder Roast, Ib.. 35c" I Loin Chops, Ib.........45c | Bread and! Butter Picles, pt. mason jar... 33c | Sauer Kraut, 2 Ib. Mason jar. 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