I JB HAS 1EETING ; Project Club held ', meeting at the Iftion Kugel with 21 Mrs. Leslie Law- uijb. Roll call was firiembers guessing nd. iBerns read "The „|* from the Bible. A ffgiven by Mrs. Ruby Von by Mrs. William (fit of $5.00 was siv- Bden Home for Girls f. Christmas carols §s. the birthdays of Bro f h, Mrs. Leslie gArno Wilker and Schutte. *ting will be at the till Kuhse. Mrs. Curtis Zieman. Wedding congratulations were ex'cndod Mrs. Adolph Neilscn, Mrs. Lorenz Doerring and Mrs. John Doeri'ing. Mrs. Oscar Larson and Mrs. Elmer Schrador were congratulated for having birthdays. The meeting was adjourned with the recitation of "The . Lord's Prayer". The topic. "The Story of Man Made Snow for Skiers", was road by Mrs. Harry Gordon. The January meeting will-be at the home of Mrs. Lorenz Doerring. A Christmas gift exchange was held. KIWANKA CAMPPIRE GIRLS HOLD MEETING The two groups of Campflre Girls met at Memorial Hall on December 22 for a Christmas party. Gifts were exchanged, games played and refreshments served. The' next Kiwanka meeting will be January 2 at 2:00 at Whiteheads. Members are to bring their sleds. Stephanie Schroeder, scribe. GO-GETTERS HOLD CHRISTMAS EXCHANGE IING IS CLUB li- meeting of the ly Club was held December 19 at |rs. John Doerring, i present. fisong was "Joy to lie Scripture, "The '", was read- by The thought for bore to one's credit ban to move in the as given by Mrs. The hymn sung ht". Roll call was 8ji }e. The minutes of % were read and the §rt was given. officers were held «... Bffl3 ,a„..z Doerring as vice lent; fiiand music chairman, Christmas gifts were exchanged at the regular meeting of the Grand Meadow Go-Gelters held December 19 at *he Grand Meadow township hall. Rex Carlson, president, opened the meeting with the pledge to the flag. Roll call was answered by 27 members and 14 guests. David Miene has been taken in as a new member. A note of thanks was received from 'he Clayton County extension ofTire for hplp- ing serve dinner on Rally Day. Discussion on the county basketball tournament for 4-H was hc!d and the club will compete in both the punier and senior divisions. January 29 is the day *hat the beef calves will be ear tageod. A toboggan parly will bo held January 8 on the Schneider hill. The club will meet at the bowling j alley at 1:30 p. m. A special meet; ing has been set for February 22 ! to take the place of the regular ; meeting that month. Rex Carlson gave a demonstration on "Seed In- noculation". Mike Krambeer gave : a discussion topic on "What is Good Seed." | A Christmas lunch was served by (Mrs. Keith Carlson and Mrs. Elmer , Krambeer. Myra Heins, reporter. LEGION AUXILIARY The regular mee'ing of the American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will be held in the Lesion roms at Memorial Hall on Wednesday, December 28, 2:30 p. m. Mrs. LaMont Gericke will be-chairman of the serving committee. CAMP FIRE GIRLS PICK GROUP NAME Herald Want Ads bring results. TRW YEAR'S EVE DANCE llbancing 8:00 'till 1:30 To AND HIS PIONEERS Horns — Noisemakers for Everyone DAY, mamg&M L 533! FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS The Wacankia Camp Fire Girls mot in the Legion club room for their meeting af'er school on December 5. The group chose Wa cankia. meaning kind and loving, for their name. Dues were collected and Marsha Brainard furnished a treat for the girls. Plans were made for a Christmas party. The Wacankia Camp Fire Girls joined Mrs. Whitehead's Camp Fire Girls for a Christmas party in the Memorial Hall basement at 7:00 p. m. December 19. Games were played and a short meeting was held. A lunch was served. The next meeting will be on January 9 af*er school. Georgia Kiesau, scribe. BLUE BIRDS HAVE CHRISTMAS PARTY Mrs. Harold Everman entertained the Sweetie Blue Birds with a Christmas Party at their farm home on Monday, December 19. All members were present. A lunch was served following playing a game of hide-the-thimble. The The party concluded with 'he open ing of gifts. The next meeting will be January 9, 1961. Several of the girls living nearest the hospital de livered the tray favors Friday. Friendly Blue Birds. The Friendly Blue Birds met on Monday, December 19 with nine members present. Cathy Peake furnished the treat. Nancy Stover called roll and Ka'hryn Meyer col lected the dues. The girls wrapped the gifts they made for their moth ers. Mrs. Kittleson was in charge of the games after which the girls opened their presents. Christmas songs were sung. The meeting closed with the members forming the Friendship Circle and repeating thu Blue Bird Wish. The meeting candle was blown out. The next meeting will be January 9 with Kathryn Meyer as hostess. Happy Blue Birds. The Happy Blue Birds entertained their mothers at a Christmas party on December 20 at the home of their lealer, Mrs. Gordon Lawson. After the regular meeting, everyone joined in singing carols, playing games and a gift exchange. Treats were served by the loaders. The next meeting will be on Monday, January 9. Beverly Haltmeyer will bring treats. OPEN HOUSE Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson will observe their 50th wedding anniversary, Wednesday, January 4, 1961. Open house will be held from 1:00 p. m. to '5:00 p. m. at their farm home sou'h of Postville. Everyone is invited to attend. MONDAY CLUB HOLDS ANNUAL OBSERVANCE The Postville Monday Club met at the home of Mrs. LaMont Gericke on December 12 for its annual Christmas observance. Twenty-five members and four guests were present. "Inspiration" was the theme 'or the afternoon. The program consisted of "A meditation upon Christmas" by Mrs. Florence Roberts and "The Passion Play" presented by Mrs. Earl Beardmore of Dorchester, substitution for Mrs. Grace Humphrey. Mrs. Beardmore had recently visited Europe and • had seen the Passion Play presented at Oberammergau, Germany. She showed colored pictures of the play to illus+rate her description. Mrs. R. C. Huebner, chairman of the club project committee, reported that the receipts of the recent bazaar and food sale sponsored by the Monday Club, totalled $91.83. That sum will be applied on the purchase of a hospital book cart, which the club will present to the Community Hospital. A Chris'mas tea was served by the social committee. BOB'S CREEK CLUB HAS DECEMBER MEET iwvUAFISH 111 $1 .00 HAPPY 1961! We are looking forward lo serving you in 1961 as in 1960. Our continued top quality loods will be available to you at the owest possible prices in every department in our store. If you happen to be one who has not given us ihe opportunity to serve you, we would welcome the chance to prove IGA Food Stores are the Stores to save you more on your food budget. |ABLERITE — HOLE FRYE GED or TRIPLE BREASTED — T-UP FRYERS . lb. 35c GA-^ABLERITE — GRgjND BEEF . lb. 49c )SCA$kMAYER — 7 oz. pkg. 3 pkgs. iEON MEATS 99c HORMEL'S — 3 lbs CANNED PICNICS $1.99 O K BRAND 8 oz. pkg. LOBSTER TAILS . 89c LIMITED AMOUNT OF TOM TURKEYS it) BEAUTY TABLES . can 10c 7 oz. Can — CORN . . 4 for 29c E ". . 12 rolls 95c ROASTED — PEANUTS . . 2 lbs. 69c jEFRUIT 10 f«r 39c GOLDEN — BANANAS . . lb. 10c 86 4-3621 Postville, Iowa The Bob's Creek Neighbors Club had their Christmas meeting at the home of Mrs. Cloy Schultz, Jr. on December 13 with a potluck dinner served at noon. The meeting was opened by singing " Silent NighV The Scripture and thought for the day was given by the hostess Eighteen members answered roll call by guessing what their secret friend's gift was. Mrs. Lloyd Block gave the lesson on making hats. Secret friends were revealed with a gift exchange Names were drawn for the coming year. The Club decided to give $3.00 for Christmas seals. "Up On the House Top" was sung for the birthdays of Mrs. Roger Kuhse, Mrs. Willard Meyer, Mrs. Paul Miene and Mrs. Kenneth Schroeder. The meeting was closed with "The Lord's Prayer" and a lunch was served. The next meeting will be January 17 at the home of Mrs. Cloy Schultz, Sr. POST REBEKAH'S ELECT OFFICERS The following were elected to hold office during 1961 a* Post Rebekah Lodge No. 48: Noble Grand. Mrs. Lyman Olson; vice grand, Mrs. Dayton Ooddard: secretary, Miss Hattie M. Weihe; treaf'-er, Mrs. Vina Poesch; trustee, Mrs. Ruth Padden. District deputy president. Olive Grinder and her staff will install the elective together with the appointive officers. Thursday evening, January 12. They will go to Rossville January 11 and install the officers tor Central Star Rebekah Lodge No. 403. talia and Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Flack and family of Monona were Chris'- mas day dinner guests in the Clara Kurth home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Benson were Christmas day dinner guests of Mrs. Alma Schoien. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Kohne and family of St. Olaf, Mr. and Mrs. Mr. and Mrs. Merrill Olson were! Christmas day dinner guests of thel Bert Overhouse family of Dubuque. I In the afternoon they all visited John Learn at the Xavier Hospital there. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bergen enjoyed an oyster supper Christmas eve in the Olvin Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Will Bergen were afternoon callers of the Oliver Johnson's at St. Olaf Christmas day. Christmas dinner guests Saturday at the Ole Loftsgard home were: Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Loftsgard and family, Eldora Anderson and L'Myra of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith and family of Postville. In the afternoon a party was held and an exchange of gifts. Mr. and Mrs. Ludvig Anderson were dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Ole Loftsgard home Tuesday. Rev. and Mrs. Mathre and family were Monday evening guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Ole Loftsgard home. Pre-Christmas supper guests last Wednesday in the Robert Eberling home were Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson and family. After Christmas supper will be held at the. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Olson home Wednesday evening. Those to be present will be Linda and LaRita Olson of Waterloo, Gregory, Kathy and Karen Olson, Mr. ahd Mrs. Marion Olson and family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Olson and family 1 of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schutte and family of Castalia and Mr. and Mrs. Donald Olson and Jeffery of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Reierson spent Tuesday night at the Henry T. Olson home. Mr. and Mrs. Henry T. Olson were supper guests Sunday of the Lloyd Schutte family, Castalia. Mr. and Mrs. F. L. Loftsgard were hosts to a Christmas day dinner. Their guests were Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Anderson and family. An exchange of gifts was held. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Klingman. Jr. spent Monday afternoon with Mrs. Henrietta Kleppe.and Arleta at West Union. A Ohris'mas party and dinner was held Sunday night at the Myron Houg home. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Butikofer, Mr. and Mrs. Silas Butikofer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dan Butikofer, Jr. and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Butikofer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Merlin Helium, Roger and Clara Helium and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Fraflet and family of Hawk eye. Mr. and Mrs. Carroll Klingman. Jr., were Christmas day dinner guests in the Merle Klingman home at Elkader. Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Reierson were hosts to a Christmas supper and exchange of presents Sunday evening in their home. Their guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Mervin Reierson. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Reierson and family, Elmer Eberling and Mr. and Mrs. Cornelius Reierson. Sunday evening guests in the home of Julia Loftsgard were: Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lanlz and Sherill of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Laverne Lantz and Victor of Milwaukee, Wednesday, December 28, 1960 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 • Wisconsin, Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brainard and family of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family were dinner guests on Christmas day in the Victor Guyer family home. Mr. and Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard and family and Mr. and Mrs. Keith Brainard and family of Postville were Christmas eve supper guests of Julia Loftsgard. Mr. and Mrs. Bud Palmer and family of Elmhurst, Illinois and Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Gallaway and family of Omaha, Nebraska were house guests over the weekend in the E. K. Mork home. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Opsand were hosts to a Christmas dinner Monday at their home. Their gues's were: Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Hanson and family, Arthur and Morris Amundson and families, Mrs. Christine Rypostol, Corrine, Bowling — (Continued From Pago One) National League ; JUlia Wetfleson, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Edblad and daughters of | Niles, Illinois. Mr. and Mrs. Mari tin Nelson wore Sunday overnight guests and also joined them Monday. : Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa, i Theodore and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Anderson and Carroll and Mr. and Mrs. Louis Becker and Judy were Christmas day dinner guests of the Joseph Kjosa family. I Henry Reierson was a supper .guest Christmas eve in the Kenneth Kjosa home. Mrs. Kenneth Kjosa and Theodore spent Wednesday in Decorah and met Sandra who came from Forest Ci'y for her Christmas vacation and while there visited Mrs. Minnie Engebretson, an aunt of Mrs. Kjosa's. Mr. and Mrs. John Olson, Ruth and Joann of Lansing were Christmas day dinner guests of Mary'Ol- son and Selma Groth. SALE OF All DRE BEGINNING Friday, Dec. 30th ALL SALES FINAL aiiiiiimiitiiiHimiittiiiiiiiiii •± WATCH FOR OUR . . . January White Sale BEGINNING THURSDAY, JANUARY 5th KRAMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer 54 14 Don's Jewelry 42 26 Kneeskern Mink Farm 36 32 31 37 Lange's Sports .31 37 Postville Lumber .27 41 Castalia .26 42 Heidelberg ..25 43 Hy-Line, 4—Ossian, 0 . Mink Farm, 4—Lange's, 0 Don's, 4—Castalia, 0 High line — Harley Radloff, Jr., 621; Roger Harris, 603; Lyle Kneeskern, 596; Carroll Kamin, 596; Roger Fuelling, 594. High series—Harley Radloff, Jr.. 255; Carroll Kamin, 242; Lorenz Lenth, 236; Roeer Hansmeier, 232; Roger Harris, 230; Lyle Kneeskern, 226; Roger Fuelling, 226; Harvey Christofferson, 219; Don Heins, 216; Donald Olson, 213; Gene Mork, 210. Gunder News MRS. CORNELIUS REIERSON Correspondent LUTHERAN CHURCHES Marlon Lutheran Church Rev. Henry J. Mathre Friday, December 30, 8:00 p. m.— Meeting of the newly elected ushers: Ronald Loftsgard, Robert Mc- N/ally, Joe Reierson, Robert Hilgerson, Dean Helgerson, Millien Mork, Louis Kjosa and Milo Gisleson, chairman. 8:00 p. .m.-'Senior choir practice. Sunday, January 1, 11:00 a. m.— Worship. 9:45 a. m.—Church School. Other Gunder News. Mrs. Orvin Loftsgard was a dinner guest Friday of Mr. and Mrs. Lucian Appelman of Clermont. Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson of Manchester were Christmas day dinner guests in the Christine Rypostol home, Milton Kurth and daughter of Cas OUR FAMILY 2 for andarin Oranges 39c HEINZ — 14 oz. Bottle Ketchup 2 for CHEF BOY-AR-DEE Pkg. 43c BUTTER-NUT — Coffee 1 lb. tin HORMEL'S — Spam Tin 43c BOOTH — BREADED 10 oz. pkg. Shrimp .... 49c RED DOT — Regular or Dip Chips 13 oz. pkg. Potato Chips • • 49c STUMMES PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA 41 rfl M i SR.
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