Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 25, 1961 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 25, 1961
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Ill [TY CONCERTS QUARTET Lai Quartet, an all star | four world renowned bresent the second Comfort of the season'Sun- Bon, February 5. The lemble will appear at C. Editorium at 3:15 p. m. fcpen at 2:30. jlriberg, Primrose and ose are the top flight who have joined in isic for the sheer love Sciated closely in the ivities at Aspen, Colo- they were performers ,'s of the faculty of the Aral, these famous musi- Id to carry on into the fen. What had been a leet turned into a sold •tour, a phenomenon relic fifth season this year, fcbin is the quartet's n in Russia, he made Europe and later in | (he "husband" half of too team, Vronsky and fcrt association members will remember these duo-pianists who presented such a brilliant concert here a few seasons ago. Mr. Batiin is also well known for his many compositions. Szymon Goldberg, the distinguished violinist of the tivouv, studied in Poland and has played concerts all over the world. Ho. and his wife were interned by the Japanese for three terrible years during the war, but both have since resumed very successful careers. Mrs. Goldberg is a sculptor. Mr. Goldberg also conducts and directs the new Netherlands Chamber Orchestra. William Primrose. Scottish born, was a violin prodigy before he turned to his real love, the viola. There is hardly a symphony orchestra in the world that has not welcomed Mr. Primrose as a solo- inst, and he is celebrated as the world's greatest exponent of the solo viola. Nikolai Graudan. cellist, like Victor Babin will leave a partner- wife for the duration of the Festival Quartet tour. He and his wife, Joanna, are one of the few cello and piano teams professionally before the public today and they have toured all over the world. HAPPY HOUR CLUB MEETS AT DOERRINGS Tine Happy Hour Study Club met January 18 at the home of Mrs. Lorenz Doorring. The opening song was "Quilting Party". The Scripture was read by the hostess. The I thought for the day, "A girls reach 'becomes unbelievable when she \ guagos her life by the standards of 1 God", was given by Mrs. Oscar i Davis. The hymn, "Blest Be the 'Tie That Binds", was sung. Roll t call. "My New Year's Resolu- i tion", was answered by seven | members . • The minutes of the last meeting I were accepted as read and the j treasurer's report was given. Wed- Iding congratulations were extended j Mrs. Curtis Zieman. The meeting ] was adjourned by reciting The I Lord's Prayer and singing the : Doxology. ] The next meeting will be held at the- home of Mrs. Emil Lembke. ! REBEKAH LODGE HOMEMAKERS CLUB HAS CARD PARTY Wednesday, January 25, 1961 Buy! Sell! Hire! Trade! Tient! Lost! Found! Employment! You'll find it in the Herald Want Ads. Post Rcbekah Lodge will meet Thursday evening, January 26, at the I. O. O. F. Hall. Roy Schultz of Castalia will show pictures taken on his various visits to Alaska. A good attendance is desired to come to see these pictures. ^PRESIDENT "Our second big week of My Personal IGA Brand Products are now isplay in your friendly IQA Stores from coast - to • coast. I believe my i will prove to you, the consumer, that quality and value can and does ^nd in hand at IGA. The tremendous buying power of 5,000 stores in pnited States and Canada makes this possible. Come in today and shop you'll be glad you did." Mr. DONR. GRIMES President of IGA BERRY FROZEN SWISS MISS — MIX . 3 for $1.00 Apple or Cherry Pie 3/$1.00 jEE FACIAL IGA — lor $1.00 SUES . 5 for $1.00 MEAT PIES 5 lor $1.00 IWELL HOUSE itant Coffee • • — 16 oz. Drink range nds — elveeta • • 77c 29c 79c [MB CHOPS Round Bone lb. 65c houlder Cut j lb. 49c LAMB ROAST lb. 33c LAMBURGER lb. 39c GROUND BEEF ... 2 lbs. 89c IGA PORK SAUSAGE . lb. 35c r 4 lb NNED HAM . $3.39 SHORT RIBS lb. 29c |T — Quart IACLE WHIP 49c HEN — 303 EEN BEANS 10c h Jar — Plain or Stuffed IVES 39c IGA — 14 oz. CATSUP 2 for 39c TRAILER — 8 oz. PEAS 3 for 25c IGA - 211 PINEAPPLE 4 for 89c JAN RIVER apefruit i49c »i-*2. 89 |BOY — ' IAT0ES . ctn. 25c - 25 lbs. POTATOES 99c doi. 29c IGA — DONUTS PILLSBURY 4 lbs. PANCAKE MIX 49c We 86 4-3621 tfoodi Postville, Iowa The Franklin Homemak era Club met at the home of Mrs. Emil Carlson on January 20.- Thirteen members answered roll call by telling something they had learned from a teenager. Mrs. Eldred S'ehlitter and Mrs. Marvin Miller helped the club members with smock aprons. On January 22 the club held its annual card party in the Luana Bank basement. A potluck lunch was served at the close of the evening. s CHERRY VALLEY :< CHUMS HOLD MEET Carol Joyce Schave Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schave of Luana announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carol Joyce, to Roger D. Wettleson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Wettleson of Postville. April 16 has been chosen for their wedding date. BOB'S CREEK CLUB HAS JANUARY MEET The Bob's Creek Neighbors Club met at the home of Mrs. Cloy Schultz, Sr. on January 17. Seventeen members answered roll call by bringing a picture or heirloom that they treasured. Three visitors, Mrs. Bryon Schultz. Mrs. Grant Schultz and Mrs. Jim Jarmes were present. The meeting was opened by singing "Oh Worship the King". The Scripture and the thought of the day were given by the hostess. Mrs. George Burger gave a talk on "Skillet Skills". Songs were sung for Mrs. Lawrence Block and <Mrs Eldon Lenth who had birthdays in January. The next meeting will be on February 21 at the home of Mrs. Paul Miene. The special feature at this meeting will be making wood fibre flowers; and Pennies for Friendship. Everyone had a nutritious breakfast on the morning of January 14 and all but one person was able to attend the meeting. Joann Koth pointed out the fruits and fruit juices necessary to supply the daily need for vitamin C when she gave her talk with the help of illustrations. • Gloria Stockton then demonstrated a quick way to "Make Muffins". She proved that 'it is best to measure accurately If you wish to have a perfect batch of muffins. Brown sugar and a pat of butter were put on the bottom of each cup of variety. . While Gloria's muffins baked, Kathy . Chamberlain and Mavis Smith prepared a simple breakfast. They, too, did some baking. Their breakfast bread turned out good. Mavis Smith was in charge of recreation. The next gathering will be held at the home of Kathy and Mary Chamberlain. Dorothy Kuhse, reporter., POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 roll call and dues. Rebecca Thompson furnished the treat. The girls made valentines. It was decided by the leaders to change the order of the meetings for the last half of the year. Each girl will have a new responsibility when they meet next on February 6. ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Sam Kropf of Ottosen recently celebrated their 50th wedding anniversary and have lived On the same farm west of Ottosen all of their married life. They have six children and nineteen grandchildren. THE RIGHT PRICE HOOVER CONVERTIBLE SPECIAL ONLY 50 BLUE BIRD GROUP BEGINS BIRD STUDY MRS. ELDO SANDER IS HOSTESS TO CLUB The Post Franklin Study Club met on January 18 at the home of Mrs. Eldo Sander. One guest. Mrs. Dyrl Porterfleld, Jr., was present. The meeting opened with singing and the Club Woman's Collect was recited in unison. The members answered roll call with "What 1 Want to Accomplish this Winter". The' club voted to give a donation to the March of Dimes. A birthday song was sung for Mrs. Arno Engelhardt. The book review was given by Mrs. John Brainard. The meeting closed by singing "The Evening Prayer". A lunch was served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. Walter Bugenhagen. The next meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Harva Miller. OPEN HOUSE An open house will be held Pun- day, January 29. from 2:00-4:00 p m. in the Lutheran Church parlors at Luana, in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Bernhard Palas of Marion, formerly of Luana, in honor of their 25th wedding anniversary. All friends and relatives are invited to attend. MODEL 31 It beats ... as it sweeps ... as it cleans No cleaner gets as much dirt out of a carpet as a Hoover Upright—and we can prove it! The Singing Blue Birds met Monday, January 23, with their leaders, Mrs. Gene Brainard and Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish. Hope Gordanier had charge of roll call and Peggy Thornton collected the dues. Games were played and the girls began studying about 'birds. Denise Anderson furnished the treat. The next meeting will be February 6, Happy Blue Birds. The Happy Blue Birds met January 23 with their leaders. Lots were drawn for new officers as follows: President. Susan Schultz; vice president, Mary Jane McNeil; secretary, Laura Lawson; treasurer, Patty Brandenburg. Mary Walby furnished treats. The girls learned how to knit on spools. The next meeting will be on February 6. Sweeties. The Sweetie Blue Birds met January 23 with all members present. Kay DeGaraio had charge of Cleaning TooSs Extra . $13.95 •iiiiimitimmiiimiiiiMimii STOP IN TODAY iiiiiiininiitiiiiMiiiiiMiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuitiiiiiiiiiiiiiHiiitiiiitiiiiiiitiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiti OPEN FRIDAY EVENINGS. 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