Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 11, 1961 · Page 7
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MONDAY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. E. WEIHE S OBSERVE VERSARY Irs. Ben Erickson ob- 50th wedding anni- nn (.pen house at their 'cdncsday, January 4. relatives and friends the day and evening, •ir attendants, Henry Crosse, Wisconsin and ;son of Erskine, Mini ulso present, vas served with Mrs, sister of Mrs. Erick- Also assisting were Erickson, Mrs. Joe Dscnr Baker, Mrs, Les- ClifTord Olson and Lyngaas. Their (Irene), Mrs. Robert i and decorated the an- ffi -s. Erickson are the ; children and have 11 They include two id Alvin, of this corn- daughters, Mrs. Ro,'enc) of Novato, Cali- 111 Peterson (Evelyn), y, Kansas; Mrs. Hugh i) of Vandenburg Air California; and Mrs. r (Dolores) of Cuper- ,ia. Mrs. Koser and unable to be present ion. The Postvillc Monday Club met at the home of Mrs. Elmer Wcihe on January 9. The meeting was called to order by the president, Mrs. M. F, Kiesau, with 21 members and three guests present. Mrs. Russell Palmer is a new member of the club. The program theme, "Travel", was presented by Mrs. R. C. Huebner and Mrs. Harm Kramer. Mrs. Huebner illustrated her description hostess. dcr was elected president; Jane Dcering, vice president; Sandra Friederich, secretary; Lynn Stumme, treasurer; Sally Schroeder, reporter; Valerie Suckow, historian; Judy Looney, games; and Jody Klinge, clean-up. In closing the jBlue Birds sang the Blue Bird song and the meeting candle was blown I out. Sally Schroeder, reporter. ! Friendly Blue Birds. i Ten members wore present at the ' January 9 meeting of the Friendly Blue Birds. Knthryn Mever was Nancy Stover called roll Announce Engagement of a recent trip to Hawaii with -'md each member told what they colored slides, assisted by Mrs. received for Christmas. Judy Wit- Victor Walter. Mrs. Kramer showed teribenrer collected the dues. The and explained pictures taken iii!« ir 's started work on favors for Arizona and California. 1 Valentine day to be used at the The next meeting will be held at! hospital. The meeting closed with the home of Mrs. on January 23. R. C. Huebner BLUE BIRD GROUPS MEET WITH LEADERS ENGAGEMENT |rs. Clifford Starkey of nee the Christmas Eve U their daughter, Don- LeRoy Luepker, son Ars. William Luepker, No wedding date Both are students at [University, Fayette. ! the Kirls repeating the Blue Bird I Wisli nnd by blowing out the candle. They also sang the Blue Bird song. The next meeting will be on [January 16 with Debbie Meyer as i hostess. Cathy Peake, reporter. | Sweeties Blue Birds. | The Sweeties met on January 9. One member was absent. Denice Reinhardt furnished the treat of ! popcorn balls. Rebecca Thompson I collected the dues and took roll ! call. The hour was spent making 'catalog doorstops. The next meet- i ing will be on January 23. Kay | DeGarmo. reporter. The Cherub Blue Birds met January 9 at the home of their leader, with all members present. Everyone enjoyed the treats furnished by •Mary Meyer. The president, Diane OTool opened the meetin!; by leading the girls in the Blue Bird Wish. Mrs. Gericke, assisted by Mrs. Foster and Mrs. Suckow. showed the girls the correct way to set a table. Each girl took her turn at setting! the table. Table courtesy was alsojV. F. W. AUXILIARY di f.l us .l ed V^ h °^ ceU n" 7 as cl0Sed |HAS MEETING MONDAY with the Friendship Circle, singing | the "Goodbye Song", and blowing out the friendship candle. The next meeting will be January 23 and Diane O'Tool will be the hostess. Laurel Gericke, reporter. Thoughtful Blue Birds. , The Thoughtful Blue Birds opened their meeting on January 9 by lighting the meeting candle. The Friendship Circle was formed and the Blue Bird Wish was repeated. Roll call was taken after which the ; Christmas girls made cookies. Emily Schroe EASTERN STAR TO HOLD INSTALLATION An installation open to the public will be held at the Masonic Temple on Wednesday, January 11, at 8:00 p. m. by the members of the Order of Eastern Star. The regular meeting of the Order of Eastern Star will be held Monday, January 16, at 8:00 p. m. at the Masonic Temple. State News Letter- Wednesday, January 11, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 and the beer tax produced $3,244,000, a gain of about $60,000. Inheritance taxes totaled $7,231,000, up about $200,000 and insurance premium levies came to $7,500,00, up about $500,000. Iowa Output. For the third year in a row the value of farm and industrial production in Iowa has surpassed the seven billion dollar mark. The Iowa Development Commission estimated the value of farm and in­ dustrial production last year was $7,002,000,000. Final figures for the year will not be available for several months. The market value of products manufactured in Iowa industrial plants was placed at $5,250,000,000. That exceeded the record set last year by $290 million. Cash receipts from farm marketings was estimated at $2,352,000,000 ... the second-best year on record and more than $9 million above the 1959 total. Norma Bchnken Mr. and Mrs. Walter Behnken of Postville announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma of Oelwein, to Donald Kerr, son of r Mr. and Mrs. K. J. Kerr of Postville. Both are graduates of Postville high school. A summer wedding is being planned. The V. F. W. Auxiliary met Monday night for their regular meeting with 20 members present. Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. opened the meeting according to ritual. One new member, Mrs. Milo Harnack, was initiated into the auxiliary. The various committee reports and correspondence were read and acted on. The auxiliary gave a turkey to the Postville hospital for The boys in the serv- I ice were remembered with cards. A ,,$5.00 donation was given to the V. F. W. Auxiliary Cancer Grant. A donation was also made to the Lincoln Todd .Memorial at Des Moines. The cookie committee for January will be Mrs. Richard Meyer, Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder, Mrs. Regina Berns and Mrs. Stanley Schroeder. The cookies will be sent to Marshalltown Soldiers Home. Hostesses for the January social meeting will be Mrs. Kenneth Ellis and Mrs, Bill Harris. Mrs. Jessye Schroeder and Mrs. Alma Gunderson served lunch at the close of the meeting. EATER Values a )N BUTT — k Roast lb. 39c )N BUTT k Steak lb. 49c ISHOULDER — LETS lb. 49c THICK ON 2 lbs. $1.19 BONELESS — PORK BUTT ROAST . lb. 59c H0RMEL — SKINLESS — 6 oz. Pork Sausage . 2 for 69c 303 Can LE SAUCE 2 for 35c — 8 oz. HE OYSTERS 25c ICAN BEAUTY — 300 Can UT 10c IGA — 6 oz. MARSHMALL0WS IGA — 6 oz. INSTANT COFFEE 1 Pound Package — FIG BARS . 19c 19c (ICAN BEAUTY 40 oz. k and Beans 25c 20 oz. awberry Preserves . . 49c 3BURY -J— Except Angel Food ike Mi ixes Lettuce . 2 for 25c EN — 2 PKGS. or Cauliflower. 45c SNOBOY Grapefruit IDAHO — 10 Pounds Russett Potatoes INDIAN RIVER 6 for 49c LN RIVER 40 to the Box ape fruit per box $ 2 79c $0 98 ie 86 4-3621 Postville, Iowa CAMP FIRE GIRLS HAVE REGULAR MEET The Wacankia Camp Fire Girls met January 9 in their meeting room at Memorial Hall with everyone present. The president called the meeting to order with the Pledge of Allegiance. The group discussed plans for the sponsor's tea. After singing songs Mrs. Lawson distributed neckerchiefs which each girl is to hem herself. Lynda Gericke served treats. Sharyl Groth will serve at the next meeting. Georgia Kiesau, scribe. (Continued From Page One) ary 15. Weddle had announced his resignation effective on that date. The 55-year-old Liddy has been with the agriculture department since 1939. His current salary is $7,000 a year. In his new post Liddy will receive a salary comparable to the $9,000 annual pay received by Weddle. 1 Centennial Conference. A northeastern Iowa civil war centennial conference is slated to be held Wednesday in Dubuque. Mrs. Edith W. McElroy of Des Moines, executive secretary of the Iowa Civil War Centennial Commission, will speak on the centennial program which is being sponsored by the Dubuque County Historical Society. All organizations and communities in Dubuque and the surrounding area have been requested to send representatives to the meeting, which is open to the public. State Revenue. State revenues collected in Iowa last year totaled $286 million, an increase of nearly $13 million from the 1959 revenue total. All major sources showed gains over the previous year with the exception of sales taxes and profits from liquor stores. Sales tax collections in 1960 were off $139,000 from. 1959. A year ago, the treasurer's office was reporting a $5.5 million increase in sales taxes. Liquor profits turned over to the state general fund were down $500,000 to $6.2 million. Individual and corporate income taxes yielded $42 million, an in- rease of more than $3 million. Of the $74 million collected in gasoline taxes, $15 million was sent back as refunds to farmers and other non-highway users. Gasoline taxes produced the most revenue for the state. Next came sales taxes, which produced about $68 million a decrease of nearly $150,000. Use taxes totaled $14 million, a gain of more than $1 million. Cigarette tax returns climbed more than $1,500, 000, totaling $11,613,000 for the year COUNTRY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. PANNCKE llllllllllllllllllllllitlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllllllltllltlllllllllinilllllllllllllllllltlllllllllllttllllllllll'llillllllil^ OUR . . . CLEARANCE SALE WILL CONTINUE ON 0 All Misses, Juniors, Bonnie Blairs and Cinderella Dresses 0 Skirts and One Lot of Sweaters will be added WHITE COODS SALE WILL CONTINUE THIS WEEK ONLY. KRAMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer liliilillitPiiinltiiiiiitiiiittiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiininliiliilitiniuiKiiit'iiiiiniii l !IIIIMIIII !l |IIIMII!lll |l !llll![lill!lllfll !|ll||t |[tt The Grand Meadow Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Harold Panncke with 18 members and two visitors, Mrs. John Green and girls and Mrs. Leon Blumhagen and children, present. The meeting was called to order by Mrs. E T. Mork. Mrs. Harold Panncke read the Scripture. Roll call was answered by members naming their best Christmas gift. The following program was in charge of Mrs. E. T. Mork: "Most of Town U. S. A.", Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr.; "Farewell Dinner at the White House", Mrs. Keith Carlson; "An Afterwish", Mrs. Lyle Zieman; and "Fathers Forget", Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. A flower contest was won by Mrs. Will Kugel. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Milton Schierholz on February 2 at 1:30. RADLOFFS HONORED ON 25th ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hadloff. Sr. observed their 25th wedding anniversary Sunday, January 8, with a family dinner at noon. Those present were: Mrs. Anna Gentz, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Olson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ver- Dean Radloff, Ronald Meisner, Lynda Hughes, Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff, Jr. and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff, Sr., Bruce and Lois. PAST MATRONS MEET AT CASTENS 3 pkgs. 79c j Mrs. Leonard Casten entertained the Past Matrons Club Tuesday, January 3. Following a 6:30 dinner at the V & J Koffee Shop members met at the Casten home for their business meeting and to play cards. Prizes went to Mrs. R. F. Topliff, Mrs. A. C. Webster, second Ella Hangartner, low. high; Mrs. POST FRANKLIN CLUB The Post Franklin Study Club will meet Wednesday, January 18 at the home of Mrs. Eldo Sander with Mrs. Walter Bugenhag'en as co-hostess. The meeting will be gin at 1:30 p. m. B. P. W. MEETING The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet on January 18 at 6:30 p. m. at the V & J Koffee Shop. The program will be on "Finance" with Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder in charge. Herald Want Ads bring results. LUTHERAN BROTHERHOOD Legal Reserve Life Insurance Our Financial Guide Service will show you what your Social Security* benefits are worth to your family and yourself. BOB BRINKMAN Phone i6 4-3974 Postville, la. ALL FLAVORS — Jell-O .... 3 pkgs. . 23c OUR FAMILY — DRINK Pine - Grapefruit 2 for . 49c WILDERNESS — Ready to Use Cherry Pie Mix Tin . 29c HEINZ —STRAINED Baby Food 2 jars . 19c C & H — Powdered or Brown Sugar .... 2 — 1 lb. pkgs. . 27c HILL BROS.— Coffee 2 lb. tin NESTLE'S — Giant 12 oz. Package Chocolate Chips . . 39c NORTHERN — Colored or White Tissue . . . 12 rolls $1 OO VAN CAMP'S — "GRATED" Tuna . . . • 2 for . 39c RATH'S —COLD MEAT Luncheon Loaf 1 lb. . 45c STUMME'S • PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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