Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 14, 1960 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 14, 1960
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IPORTERFIELD REPEATED nent has been made Mrs. Vernas Meyer of of their daughter 5yrl Porterfleld, son o£ Porterfleld, Sr. of Con- .jinsylvania. pony took place Decem- Little Brown Church irith the Rev. John Ut- Jciating. Attending the . Mr. and Mrs. Gary nd Mrs. Porterfleld will home in Postvllle. STAR [PLANNED [Chapter, Order of the will hold their regu- ) on Monday, December lasonic Temple. There ' potluck supper which are urged to attend. ( bring a covered dish »n table service. Coffee and Mrs. Vic Waland Mrs. Harlan Se- ertainment is in charge of Mrs. Florence Albright and Mrs. George Eder. Instead of a gift exchange each local member attending is asked to each member would pack a box MRS for a shut-in and on the evening of December 22 the club would go Christmas caroling and distribute bring 50 cents to be added to the them. After the meeting Christ' fund foV new badges for the local mas gifts were exchanged. Judy chapter. The business meeting and' and Kathy Meyer were in charge election of officers for 1961 will con elude the evening meeting. Members of other Chapters cither visiting or residing in this community are invited to attend. BUSY BEES HAVE CHRISTMAS MEET The Christmas meeting of the Bloomfleld Busy Bees was held on December 10 at the home of Judy and Kathleen Meyer. Ruth Kugel, president, opened the meeting with the Pledge to the American Flag. Roll call was "What I Want for Christmas", and was answereed by all 21 members. Plans were discussed and a Christmas party was planned for the Bloomfleld Junior Farmers to be December 28, at 7:30 p. m. A talk was given by Sally Koenig on "Let's Do the Dishes". Demonstrations were given on "How To Make Candy", by Donna Wahls; and "Salad" by Janice Linderbaum. Pictures of a Christmas dish was shown and a talk was given by each member. It was decided that of recreation. The softball travel ing trophy is in the home of Judy and Kathleen Meyer this month. The next meeting will be held January 14 at the home of Kathleen and Judy Matt. Sally Koenig, reporter. REBEKAH LODGE Post Rebekah Lodge will have their Christmas party Thursday evening, December 22, at the I. O. O. F. Hall. A program and a 25 cent gift exchange will be held. A picnic supper will close the evening's activities. A good attendance is desired. HANGARTNER IS CLUB HOSTESS goods. The fit of a cut-and-sewed , Wednesday, December 14, 1960 sweater is not as good as that of a full-fashioned one, but sometimes fit may not be the important con- The Post Homcmakers club met | s jderation, Miss Wylie explains. Tuesday, November 29 at the home )Many cu t-and-sewed sweaters are of Mrs. Ella Hangarlner with Mrs. good buys for both serviceability » Roger Harris as co-leader. Eleven I and appearance. And you may H members and two visitors were want the sweater simply as a light # POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 present. The lesson was on "Local Christmas Teas". Members received ideas for making favors and centerpieces. Mrs. Lloyd Bigler dem wrap to wear around the house. The seams of the better sweaters —chiefly the full-fashioned ones— are either looped or overlocked • S with sweater ply yarn, the SUI. y onstrated the making of candles professor continues. The looped i S* and other ideas in that line. CHERRY VALLEY CHUMS MEET WITH MAVIS SMITH OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold Voelz will observe their 40th wedding anniversary Sunday, December 18, with open house at-St. Paul's Lutheran Church dining hall from 2:00 to 4:00 p. m. Friends and relatives are invited to attend. The Cherry Valley Chums 4-H Club met December 10 at the home of Mavis Smith. Roll call was answered by each member telling what they would serve their friends for a snack. JoAnn Carlson gave a talk entitled "Use Your Head to Help Your Figure". Mavis Smith gave a demonstration on "Snack Time Hits". There was also a team demonstration given by Sharon Sebastian and Dorothy Kuhse on Herald Want Ads bring results. ristmas Food iggestions From— BLADE CUT a Beef Roast lb. 49c FRESH — MEATY PORK HOCKS lb. 29c TABLERITE — WIENERS lb. 49c CENTB 1 RIB — PORK CHOPS lb. 59c HORMEL'S — MINCED HAM . lb. 49c \ IRDER YOUR HOLIDAY POULTRY . . . NOW! Cilsfmas Candy lb. 29c CANDIED Cake Mix . lb. 45c DEN — IE FLOUR 29C CHOCOLATE COVERED — CHERRY CENTERS 49c MIXED — NUTS lb. 49c 3 oz. tin — WALNUT MEATS 29c WILDERNESS LUEBERRY IE MIX cans $1.00 IGA SNO-KREEM VEGETABLE Shortening 3 65c 12 oz. Preserves 33c irawberry h3£ — Frozen icken, Turkey or $1 sef Pot Pies - 5 for • OO 4' flOUS or WINESAP — 'LES .1/2 box $2.79 IGERINES doz. 25c )Y — RUSSETT AT0ES 10 lbs. 79c ROYAL GUEST :AD . . 2 loaves 35c oz. "Milk the Way You Like It". Rec-jbe flexible. seam is machine stitched with sin- & gle-ply sweater yarn just back sf s? the bound-off ed#e. The overlock- S ed stitch looks like a buttonhole H stitch and is done with sweater | yarn. Yarn gives the seam more flexi- j bility than is available in merrow- ed seams in cut-and-sewed sweat-1 ers. The merrowed seam is an ov-| ercast seam done with thread, rather than yarn. The neck band of a good sweater will be of double-thickness, and will hold its shape longer than will a single thickness, the SUI professor explains. Tapes on shoulder seams should I reation was provided by Sharon Sebastian and JoAnn Carlson. Gifts were distributed. Each member received a casserole from the leaders; and each leader received a waste paper basket from the members. A lunch was served by the hostess and her mother. The next meeting will be held at the home of Gloria Stockton on January 14. Dorothy Kuhse, reporter. Give Her ... AN AUTOMATIC ELECTRIC Sewing Machine FOR CHRISTMAS Reg. $69.95 DELUXE MODEL Sale Price *49 95 V. F. W. AUXILIARY HAS CHRISTMAS PARTY The- V. F. W. Auxiliary entertained their families and the V. F. W. Post and their families at a Christmas party at the club rooms Sunday evening. The entertainment was provided by Mrs. LaVila Schmidt and Mrs. Louis Brandt. A 50 cent gift exchange was held. After a social evening a potluck supper was served. The next regular meeting will be held on Tuesday evening, January 3, with Mrs. Alma Gunderson and Mrs. Lorence E. Eeinhardt on the serving committee. If you are buying a cardigan sweater, be sure the backing (usually grosgrain) used behind the buttons is one that will not shrink or lose its color. Make sure the buttons are secure and that they are of a material and construction that will stand washing or dry cleaning, Miss Wylie cautions. Button holes are either knit into the sweater or are machine made, she continues. Machine-made button holes need a backing to keep them intact. Be sure that any decorations on the sweater are of a type that will last through dry cleaning or washing, whichever j cleaning method you plan to use ANNOUNCE MARRIAGE. Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Ellis an nounce the marriage of their daughter, Betty, to Milo D. Hel gerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Milton Helgerson of Castalia. The cere mony took place November 26 at St. Paul's Lutheran Church with the Rev. C. E. Witt performing the double-ring ceremony. WEDDING INVITATIONS — Letterpress printing, raised letter printing, engraved. Prices start as low as $8.00 for 50 invitations or announcements. Postville Herald. SUPER SPECIAL with carrying case $1R & Special *69' 5 G. E. Vacuum Cleaners SALE PRICED FROM $ 49 95 to $ 79 95 WITH ALL ATTACHMENTS KITTLESON - PETERSEN HARDWARE "YOUR GIFT CENTER" FREE GIFT WRAPPING THESE TIPS WILL, HELP IN BUYING THAT CHRISTMAS SWEATER Iowa City—If you're shopping for a. sweater this Christmas for sweetheart, mom or sister, consideration of the following tips should improve your sweater "buyman- ship." Sweaters are either full-fashioned or cut and sewed, explains Mary Jean Wylie, assistant professor of home economics at The State University of Iowa. The better, and S I more expensive, sweaters are full§ I fashioned. Fashion mar'<s. where machines drop or add stitches when shaping, identify the full-fashioned sweater and are easily seen where the sleeve and sweater body join. Rows of knitting between the fashion marks (along the fam) run parallel, and lines of knitting run diagonally from the'' sweater into the fashion marks. "Mock" fashion marks are sometimes added to cut-anti-s e w e d sweaters. Miss Wylie continues. The marks run in parallel rows, but the knitting does not meet at an angle at the sweater seam. Cut-and-sewed sweaters are made like a dress, Miss Wylie says. That is, they are cut from a piece of knitted fabric, similar to yard NESTLES — 6 oz. pkg. 2 for Chocolate Chips . 39c 2 for SOMERDALE — Frozen — 10 oz. pkg. Strawberries 39c I. OUR FAMILY — DRINK — 46 oz. tin 2 for Pineapple - Grapefruit . . 49c CANNED — OYSTERS 29c IGA — CHUNK TUNAFISH 29c IGA — FROZEN HADDOCK lb. 49c WONDER — CINNAMON ROLLS . 29c with MOORE REGISTERS REGISTER FORMS •nd ACCESSORIES Moor* Registers and Register Forms assure protection, a'*old customer misunderstanding, prevent !o«t copies •nd simplify dally audit. S^fffl MPPBEREfiimRFOPMS St ^ designed by experts, will selve yew business tomm needs. MOORE CARBON ROLLS . . . manufactured from the finest grade of wax and ether ingredients, assure legible writings. 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