Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 21, 1960 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 21, 1960
Page 7
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I ILE GRANDS 5W OFFICERS 111 Past Noble Grand feir annual Christmas Bday evening at the I dining room with 20 ending. Following the Sers met at the home jjAmos with Mrs. Orma o-hostess. Mrs. August pent, presided at the Jng officers were elecBl: President, Mrs. bfer; vice president, Schmidt; secretary, ITeihe; treasurer, Mrs. Roll call was an"Favorite Christmas ,' Laurence Hofer read j >oem and Mrs. Edgar |the Scripture, "The flstmas". "The Lord's repeated in unison. ^Ojesch and Mrs. Jessye ltd charge of entertain- Iry hostesses will be Schultz and Mrs, Ar- The program com­ be Mrs. Roger Harris tie Weihe. VOELZ' LNNIVERSARY rs. Reinhold Voelz ob- *0th wedding anniver­ sary Sunday with a family dinner at noon followed by an open house at St. Paul's Lutheran Church. •. Those present for the dinner were: Mr, and Mrs. Clyde Fordyce and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heins and family, Mr. and Mrs. Gus Kregel and Rev. C. E. Witt and Rev. Justin Silvius, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Edgar Krueger, Farmersburg; Mrs. Fredena Schrader, Monona: Mr. and Mrs. Paul Krueger and Karen and Mrs. Celia Stadtmiller, Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Darrcll Johnson of Nashua. Table waitresses for the dinner were Karen Krueger, Norlene Helns and Veralyn Fordyce. EWINGS FETED ON ANNIVERSARY A surprise parly honored Mr. and Mrs. Larry Ewing on their 33rd wedding anniversary Sunday night at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Martins with Mr. and Mrs. Gene Work and boys as co-hosts. The evening was spent playing "500" after which a lunch was served. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Roffman and Terry, Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Ewing, Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin; Les Hermanson, Mr. and Mrs. John Martins, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara, Mr. and Mrs. Enoch Mork, Mr. and Mrs. George Ewing, Inez Watson and Debbie, Mr. and Mrs. Marien Schutte, Mrs. Ed Ewing and Mr. and Mrs. James Ewing, Postville; and Mr. and Mrs. Gene Ewing and family, Monona. Have anything to sell? The Herald Want Ad section will do it FORMER RESIDENT PLANS WEDDING Plans for a 'January wedding are revealed with the announcement by Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner of 2512 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado of the engagement of their daughter, Mary, to Gene Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rush of Angleton, Texas. Miss Turner, a graduate of Fort Collins High School, is a student at Denver University and is also working for the Myer Drug Company in Denver. Mr. Rush, a graduate of North Texas State college, is working for the May-D & F Company in Denver. STUDY CLUB HAS GIFT EXCHANGE The Henderson Prairie Study club met December 13 at the home of Mrs. Charles Becker. Wanda Meyer, a guest, read the Christmas Story from the Bible. Roll call was answered by 21 members telling who they thought their secret pal was. In charge of tray favors for the Postville Hospital for Christmas were Mrs. Rudy Everman, Mrs. Ed Foley and Rosina Oestmann. Contests were won by Mrs. Leeone Deering and Mrs. John Martins. "Silent Night" was sung for the birthdays of Mrs. Minniie Miller and Mrs. Charles Becker. Mrs. Kenneth Kerr gave ideas on Christmas wrapping, packing and trim- hiing a tree with paper ornaments. A gift exchange was held revealing secret friends for the past year. flfPlBi ei * [to the families who push the carts (RMEL'S — Whole or Half iReady to Eat. lb. 55 Yes... we at IGA want to wish you and yours a very Merry Christmas. It has been a pleasure lo serve you throughout the year of 1960. We will continue to bring you the shopping pleasure and values that you expect when shopping at your friendly IGA Food Store. There are many delicious food suggestions in every department in the store and all at prices that will add further enjoyment to your holiday food shopping. SHOP IGA...EVERY DAY... YOU'LL SAVE I irkeys - Ducks - Chickens [MIX— DY . . Ib. 29c SHION— C. DROPS Ib. 29c iURY — BUTTERMILK UITS 10c JAR— OLIVES 39c IGA— INSTANT COFFEE . 69c IGA— y 2 Gallon ICE CREAM .... 69c IGA — Brown and Serve ROLLS .2 pkgs. 49c WONDER— FRUIT ROLLS 39c T — iracie Whip 211j?lkN' — rineapple . . r /ju AL 2REEM ortening . qt.49c 2 cans 49c 3 P ?r65c m 1? 2Va Tin CHES .2 for 69c fCan— |berry Sauce . 2/39c PILLSBURY— LOAF CAKE MIX 10c IGA — Quart CUKE CHIPS 39c J3RNIA— tNGES . 5 lbs. 79c pMGES . . box $4.99 EMPEROR— GRAPES 2 lbs. 29c CARTON— TOMATOES 19c NO ie864-3621 Postville, Iowa Names were drawn for the coming year. At the close of the meeting a lunch was served. The next meeting will be on January 10 at the home of Mrs. Charles Deering. MEADOW LARKS ATTEND AWARD DAY Seventeen members of the Grand Meadow Larks 4-H Club attended the 4-H award program at Elkader on December 3. They were: Sandra and Sue Ann Radloff, Dianno, Cynthia and Kathryn Zieman, Diane and Carol Mork, Evelyn and Elaine Friederich, Connie and Margaret Olson, Ann Deering, Mary Jane Schara, Ann Christofferson, Delores Messier, Vicki Schmelzer and Myra Heins. Seven mothers and one leader were also present. The club received a certificate for ibeing a standard club. Donna Meyer received an eight year award and an award for clothing. Other awards were given, to leaders to distribute to the girls. Money from fair projects was received. Members of the Meadow Larks Club went caroling on December 15 and sang Christmas carols at several homes in town and also at the hospital. The "Birthday Song" was sung for Mrs. Otto Oldag. After the caroling the girls, along with three of the mothers, gathered at the home of Diane and Carol Mork where they were served lunch. The following girls were present: Myra Heins, Connie and Margaret Olson, Ann Christofferson, Gwen Gunderson, Delores Messier, Evelyn and Elaine Friederich and Diane and Carol Mork. Diane Mork, reporter. Big 4 4-H Club Meeting Is Held BLUE BIRDS HAVE CHRISTMAS MEETING The Singing Blue Birds held their Christmas meeting Monday evening. The meeting was called to order with the reading of the Blue Bird Wish. Roll call was taken. Members sang Christmas Carols and played games. Gifts were op ened and a treat was served by Peggy Thornton. The next meet ing will be January 9. Cherub Blue Birds. The Cherub Blue Bird group met Monday for their Christmas Party. All members were present. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish and the lighting of the Friendshinp Candle. The time was spent playing games, singing carols and opening their gifts. Treats were furnished by Carol Friederich. The next meeting" will be on January 9 when Mary Meyer will bring the treats. A special meeting of the group was held December 15 to finish work on Christmas gifts for their mothers. Ronda NcNally, reporter. FRANKLIN HOMEMAKERS HAVE CHRISTMAS MEET The regular meeting of the Big 4 4-H Club was held at the Memorial Hall on December 12. The meeting was called to order by president, Allen Kuhse. Roll Call was "Do you have your 4-H project started?" Harlan Foels talked about the baby beef project. The president appointed Joanne Koth, Dorothy Kuhse and Kathleen Smith to serve on the recreation committee. Burnell Koth, David Benjegerdes and Kenneth Chamberlain were appointed by the president to work on the Merit System. Harlan Foels, leader, told the club members of an invitation to play the Mar-Mac F. F. A. Chapter on January 16. The club accepted the invitation. Allen Kuhse gave a short speech on the 4-H CARE program. It was voted upon that the club give $5.00 toward this program. Discussion topic for the evening was "Spring Plowing vs. Fall Plowing." Dean Foels demonstrated on "A Three Way Switch." At the close of the meeting Harlan Foels gave Lee Allen Eberling an award for recognition in 4-H. He also informed the club members he had taken one to Leonard Althouse, I GET OUR ... , TRUCKLOAD PRICES ON ! Delivered Grain AND SAVE. Wednesday, December 21, 1960 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 After the meeting was adjourned the members opened their Christmas gifts and had a short recreation period led by Dorothy Kuhse and Kathleen Smith. Lunch was served by the Harlan Foels and Leo Foels families. The next meeting will be held January 9 with the Marland Johnson and Kenneth Koth families in charge of lunch. Joanne Koth, reporter. ' derson, Kenny Schroeder, Danny, Ellen, Mary and Linda Theise, Jane Anderson, Brenda Stephens, Everett, James and David Rowland. Alice Hackman, Janice, Marilyn, Lyle and Stanley Anderson- and Leslie Miller. All parents also enjoyed the meeting. 4-H Club Has Christmas Party The Henderson Prairie 4-H Club held its Christmas party Saturday, December 10, at the Clermont junior high gym with a potluck supper. A recreation hour was held and members bad a gift exchange. Members present were: Pajl Minger, Eddie McNeil, Dean An- Six of the seven men who have received the Ph. D. degree in religion at The State University of Iowa in recent years are now college professors in the field of religion. Clermont Airport Charter Flights In Beechcraft Bonanza CLARENCE KITTELSON Phone 29FG161 Clermont, Iowa 35tfc IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII POSTVILLE FEED MILL \ Elmer Ponsar, Prop. ;Phone 86 4-7731 Postville! Closing Notice WE WILL BE CLOSED . . . CHRISTMAS DAY, SUNDAY MONDAY, DECEMBER 26 NEW YEAR'S DAY, SUNDAY MONDAY, JANUARY 2 * £ * V and J K0FFEE SHOP VERN and JEAN OUR FAMILY — "Crushed" Pineapple 8 oz. tins 29c The Franklin Homemakers Club met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Koth on December 9. Members ODened the meeting by singing Christmas songs accompanied by Mrs. Eldred Schlitter on the orean. Roll call was answered by "The Funniest Gift I Ever Received". Mrs. Roger Miller and Mrs. Eldred Schlitter presented the lesson on "Color and How to Accessorize a Costume". Mrs. Otis S'ockton made nutcups for each member following the Christmas theme. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Emil Carlson on January 13. Personal Mention Marion Sonnkalb came Tuesday from Lancaster, Pennsylvania ,o snend the holidays in the Paul Sonnkalb home. Stephen Waters, who a'tends Loras college, in Dubuque is spending the holidays with Mr. and Mrs, Bertie Waters and family. James Schultz, student at Iowa State University, Ames, is spending the holidays in the home of nis parents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Schultz. Col. and Mrs. Charles Sonnkalb and family of Selfridge Air Force Base, Michigan arrived Saturday to spend the Christmas and New Year holidays in the homes of Mrs. L. O. Beucher and Mr. and Mrs. P. L. Sonnkalb. After their visit here they will leave for Montgomery, Alabama to make their home. Failure to report your household employee's wages for social security jeopardizes her rights to future benefits and will cost you in panal- ties and interest. Get in touch with your social security office to learn your responsibilities under the social security law; SEE US — for — SPECIAL PRICES on MASTER MIX BEEF CATTLE FEEPS Hall Roberts' Son POSTVILLE, IOWA 2 for I WILDERNESS — Ready to Use Cherry Pie Mix . Tin | 29c I SNOW CROP — FROZEN PeELS • • sc 2 for | 37c | CURTISS — Regular or Miniature Marshmallows . . 2 pkgs. | 35c | FRESH— CELLO — SNOW BOY Cranberries . OUR FAMILY — No. 12 Refrigerator Jar Stuffed Olives ' s C & H — Powdered or Brown 2 Sugar . . . 1 lb. pkgs. 1 27c \ COLONIAL — White or Dark and Light Mixed Pkg. I Brown & Serve Rolls . . 29c f DUNCAN HINES — Angel Food Pkg. | 49c 1 PURITY — Ice Cream . . . Vi gal. 1 79c I FRANKVILLE — "LONGHORN" Cheese .... % 1 Ib. | 39c I We will be OPEN Wed., Thurs. and Fri. Nights STUMME'S PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA i i

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