Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 18, 1961 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 18, 1961
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IEKAK LODGE OFFICERS lepufy President, Olive ; her staff installed the and appointive officers leknh Lodge No. 48 at F. Hall, Thursday eve- y 12. (stalled are as follows: d, Mrs. Lyman Olson; Mis. Dayton Goddard; attie Weihe; treasurer, Poesch; warden, Mrs. j; conductor, Mrs. Amos i guardian, Mrs. Lawr| outside guardian, Mrs. je; right supporter to i. Mrs. Walter Meyer; fcr to noble grand, Mrs. Khz; right supporter to (Mrs. Roger Harris; left ! vice grand, Mrs. Laur- j' chaplain, Mrs. August Ir bearer, Mrs. LaVila (d musician, Mrs. Gil- |LE GRANDS |ni Past Noble Grand licet Thursday evening, fat 8:00 p. m., at the is. Arnold Schutte with 7 Schultz as co-hostess. Harris and Hattie Weihe barge of the program. fant Ads bring results. STUDY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. DEERING The Henderson Prairie Study Club met January 10 at the home of Mrs. Charles Deering with 16 members present. Mrs. Harlo Meyer and Mrs. Ralph Moellers visited the club. The Scripture reading Psalm 1, was read by the hostess. Roll call was answered by members telling the funniest gift they received. The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Charles Deeiing. Mrs. Henry Hcmesath showed and told different ways of using soap detergent containers. The fun contest given by Mrs. Minnie Miller, was won by Mrs. Robert Deei­ ing. Mrs. Robert Hangartner and Mrs. Dean Gunderson were in charge of tray favors for the Postville hospital for the month of January. Mrs. Harlo Meyer, who is moving away, was presented a gift from the club members. Mrs. Ralph Moellers was welcomed as a new member. A lunch was served nt the close of the meeting. The next meeting will be on February 14 at the home of Mis.Leeone Deering. Members are asked to bring an item valued at $1.00 for a valentine exchange at this meeting. PATSY FOLSOM IS HONORED AT SHOWER A bridal shower was given in honor of Patsy Folsom at the home of Mrs. LaVern Johnson on Sunday afternoon. Bingo was played by the guests. After the bride-to-be opened her gifts, a lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. La­ Vern Johnson, Mrs. Marlon Schutte and Inez Watson. Guests present were: Mrs. James Jarmcs, Mrs. Jack Marston, Mrs. Leo Friederich, Mrs. Daniel Durnan, Mrs. Raymond Schnuelle, Mrs. Ronald Harris, Mrs. Milo Folsom, Mrs. Herman Kerndt, Mrs. Robert Landt, Mrs. Burnell Sander and Mrs. Richard Schlee. Those sending gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Donald Bugenhagen and Mrs. Raymond Sass. ANNOUNCE ENGAGEMENT Mr. and Mrs. Keith M. Gregg, formerly of Postville, announce the engagement of their daughter, Judith Kay to Wayne E. Jasperson, son of the Elmer Jaspersons of Algona. No wedding date has been set. 11, for a surprise party and kitchen shower to welcome her to her new home in West Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Lampman recently moved here from Castalia. The evening was spent playing 500 after which a lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests. Those present were: : Mrs. Joe Braun, Mrs. Emma Livingood, Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr., Mrs. John Burrow, Mrs. Harvey Plaht, Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt, Mrs.) Lyman Olson, Mrs. Walter Meyer, Mrs. Gus Miller, Mrs. Carrie Martin, Mrs. Paul Lester, Mrs. Regina Berns and Mrs. LaVila Schmidt. Those sharing in gifts but unable to attend were Mrs. Vina Poesch, Mrs. Richard Suckow and Mrs. Ruby Peckham. SETS WEDDING DATE The engagement of Marilyn Lois Schultz, R. N., to Albert Lee Runau, son of Mrs. Gladys Runau of Evansville, Indiana, is being announced by Miss Schultz' parents, Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz of Luana. Miss Schultz is employed at St. Luke's Hospital in Cedar Rapids and her fiance is employed by Collins Radio in Cedar Rapids. The approaching marriage will take place April 9 in St. John's Lutheran Church U Luana. MRS. LAFE LAMPMAN IS HONORED AT PARTY Friends and neighbors of Mrs. Lafe Lampman gathered at their home Wednesday evening, January PRESIDENT Mr. DON R. GRIMES j Prttidot tl ISA "The buying power of over 5,000 1GA Store* from coast-to-coast has enabled us lo bring these TO&vTTbp quality values lo you. Look for my personal selection* during these two big sale weeks. I'm sure you ^ilftrfhd complete satisfaction in the IGA products you choosff.., and at greater savings, loo." MY PERSONAL VALUES: Size — Cello Package — 5c SERINES doz. 19c RADISHES . 5c iERITE — 8 oz. Quart — . 55c [ED CHEESE 29c CITRUS SALAD . 55c j- FROZEN IGA — 8 oz. . 39c ftS . . 2 for 37c FISH STICKS . . . 39c RICAN BEAUTY — 300 Can AMERICAN BEAUTY — 10c RK and BEANS . 10c TOMATO JUICE 10c IRKIST Fish 3 cans 89c 5for $ 1.°° una - FROZEN — Chicken, Beef or Turkey Beat Pot Pies . . lo Kreem Shortening j-TABLERITE >neless Beef Roast . lb. 69c 3 lb. Tin 69c 18 lb. SOKE PICNIC . lb. 33c SLICED — 4 oz. pkg. [0KED BEEF ... 33c IGA RING BOLOGNA lb. 59c WIENERS . 1 lb. pkg. 55c 4 for 89c 303 can BITS . . I BELLE — 1 lb. )A CRACKERS . 19c 5BURY — »UR . 25 lb. bag $1.69 29c IGA — Brown and Serve ROUS HORMEL'S — 15V2 oz. CHILI can 33c GATEWAY — INSTANT — 7 oz. P0JM01S 2 for 49c O. E. S. INSTALLS NEW OFFICERS V. F. W. AUXILIARY HAS SOCIAL MEETING Wednesday, January 18, 1961 The social meeting of the V. F. W. Auxiliary was held Monday evening, January 16, at the V. F. W. rooms in Memorial Hall. The evening was spent sewing carpet rags. Lunch was served by Mrs. Kenneth Ellis and Mrs. Robert Harris. The regular meeting will be held February 6. The serving committee will be Mrs. Clifford Ellis and Mrs. Bernard Monroe. CASTENS OBSERVE 40th ANNIVERSARY Installation of officers of Postville Chapter, O. E. S., was held Wednesday, January 11, at 8:00 p. m., at the Masonic Temple. •' Officers installed were: Worthy Matron, Mrs. Harlan Sebastian; Worthy Patron, Harlan Sebastian; Associate Matron, Mrs. Herman Christofferson; Associate Patron, Herman Christofferson; secretary, Mrs. Felicia Dresser; treasurer, Mrs. Bertha Folsom; conductress, Mrs. Marvin Chevalier; associate conductress, Mrs. George Eder; chaplain, Mrs. A. C. Webster; marshal, Mrs. Leonard Casten; organist, Mrs. Ruby Peckham; Ada, Mrs. Harry Davis; Ruth, Mrs. Florence Albright; Esther, Mrs. M. F. Schlein; Martha, Mrs. Sheldon Hall; Electa, Mrs. Harold RawsOn; warder, Mrs. Gene Groth; sentinel, Sheldon Hall. Installing officers were: Mrs. Lorence E. Reinhardt, Junior Past Matron; Installing Worthy Matron, Mrs. Louis Koevenig; Past Worthy Matron; Installing Marshal, Mrs. Ella Hangartner, Past Worthy Matron; Installing Chaplain, and Mrs. Ruby Peckham, Installing Organist. Mrs. Lyle Williams, of Waukon, sister of the Worthy Matron, sang as both the "Worthy Matron and Worthy Patron were escorted to the East. Randy Sebastian and Dan- netle Durnan presented a bouquet of yellow and white flowers to the Worthy Matron. Mrs. "Victor Walter sang, The Lord's Prayer at the conclusion of the Installation. Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten observed their 40th wedding anniversary, which was January 11, on Sunday with a dinner at their home. Guests were: Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hoth, Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Schutte and LaVon, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Christofferson, Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte, Steven, Peter, Kim and Carol. Ripper, Moles and shrews; Sootin, Let's go to an airport; Freeman, Fun with cooking; Weiss, Clay, wood and wire; Leeming, Riddles, riddles, riddles; Stodard, The first book of magic; Grimm, Fisherman and his wife; Earle, Crickets; Earle, Pigs, tame and wild; Slobodkin, First book of drawing; Eaton, America's Own Mark Twain; Politi, Saint Francis and the animals; Eaton, Story of Eleanor Roosevelt; Seignobosc, Chou-chou; Seignobsc, What do you want to be; Zion. No Roses for Harry and Fargeon Little bookroom. This is the second shipment of CAMP FIRE GROUP HAS MEET MONDAY The Kiwanka group of Camp Fire Girls met at Memorial Hall January 16. Mrs. Lorenz Willman distributed parts for the play the girls will present to their parents and to the other Camp Fire group and their parents. The next meeting will be February 6 at Memorial Hall. Steph anie Schroeder, scribe. Books Added To School Library POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 books to be classified and cataloged for our new file. A definite effort is being made to build up the library in the fields at biography and science. RETIRES C. O. Davis of Indianola is retiring after serving as rural mail carrier 40 years. There were about 100 patrons on his first route, which covered about 30 miles. There are 160 families living along the 85- mile route he now travels. It's a real friend who likes you in spite of all he knows about you. WINTER BIRD IS BLUE BIRD SUBJECT The Hapoy Blue Birds met January 9 at the home of their leader with eight members present. Treats were furnished by Beverly Haltmeyer. Following the business meeting, the girls discussed how to feed and enjoy the various winter birds. The next meeting will be January 23 when Mary Walby will bring the treats. Friendly Blue Birds. The Friendly Blue Birds met on January 16 with nine members present. Nancy Stover called roll and Judy Wittenberger collected the dues. Hostess was Debbie Meyer. The girls finished their work on place mats and practiced the Blue Bird Wish and songs. Debbie Meyer was elected presi dent; Kathryn Meyer, vice presi- dnt; Denise Chevalier, secretary; Melody Smith, treasurer; Mary Sue Groff, historian; Debra Watson, re porter. The next meeting will be February 6 with Mary Sue Groff as hostess. The meeting closed by forming the Friendship Circle and repeating the Blue Bird Wish and blowing out the meeting candle. Debra Watson, reporter. The Cora B. Darling Elementary School library has received and prepared for distribution the fol lowing new books: Gordon, You and democracy; Sootin, Lets go to a bank; Morris, The first book of the constitution; Sootin, Let's go to a police station; Fenner, Feasts and frolics; Beery, Manners made easy; Blough, Young people's book of science; Wyler, The first book of science experiments; Branley, The nine planets; Freeman, Fun with Science; Baer, Sound—an experiment book; Adler, Fire in your life; Carter, True book of oceans; Saunders, The golden book of nature crafts; Zim, What's inside of plants; Darling, Seals and walruses: NOTICE TO Motor Vehicle Owners The 1961 Motor Vehicle Licenses may be purchased before February 1, 1961, without penalty; after that date a penalty of 5 per cent (one dollar minimum) will be added each month until licensed. THERE IS ALWAYS A RUSH THE LAST FEW DAYS OF JANUARY TO SECURE LICENSES. DO NOT WAIT—BUY THEM NOW AND AVOID THE LAST MINUTE RUSH. Owners wishing to store their vehicles may do so by turning in their plates to the County Treasurer's Office before February 1, thereby avoiding penalty if they wish to obtain a license later. LEON HENDERSON TREASURER OF ALLAMAKEE COUNTY GOLDEN VALLEY — Cream or W. K. Corn 303 tins 29c LEGION AUXILIARY The regular meeting' of the American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will be held in the Lesfion rooms at Memorial Hall on Wednesday, January 25, at 2:30 p. m. Hostesses will be Mrs. Clyde Fordyce. Mrs. Eva Hills, and Mrs. R. C. Huebner. ACCW MEETING AT OSSIAN JAN. 21 I The Ossian Deanery of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women will hold their Quarterly meeting at Ossian De Sales high school on Saturday afternoon, January 21, starting at 1:00 p. m. The program for the afternoon will consist of workshops for parish presidents and parish ACCW committee chairmen conducted by the deanery standing committee chairman. 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