Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 8, 1961 · Page 7
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ICIETY RIERHOLZ [HOSTESS fad Men,dow Country fat the home of Mrs. Jerholz on February 2. k gave the Scripture Bowed by the "Lord's Bled in unison. Twelve fcwercd roll call by tell- Be nicest valentine they Jd. After the business {Pledge of Allegiance to ras given by all, fol- je closing song, "Sweet •er". h Looks up to Thee" [for the birthday of rt Backhaus. Mrs. ickc was in charge r'ogram as follows: [Lincoln", Mrs. Lyle M. Valentines Day", Lenth: "Washington's Irs. Keith Carlson; and doming", Mrs. Eugene "name brand" contest Mrs. Lyle Zleman. Mrs. ,and Noel and Pauline ( >d the club, meeting will be a spe- iniversary meeting be- a dinner at the V & p. m. on March 2, •urity benefits depend arnings credited to liol security, account. HOME CEREMONY UNITES PAIR Miss Mary Turner, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner of 2512 South College Avenue, Fort Collins, Colorado, became the bride of Gene R. Rush of Denver, in a wedding Friday evening, January 27, at the Turner home. Miss Turner was given in marriage by her father and the ceremony was performed by the Rev. Alton Schwandt of the American Lutheran Church. The bride wore a white wool flannel dress with honey beige ;ie- cessories and carried her white Rainbow Bible on which were Hibbard roses. The maid of honor, Miss Janice Turner, sister of the bride, wore a dress of deep green, Identical in style to that of the bride, also with beige accessories. Jim Knighten of Denver, friend of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Rev. Schwandt sang the "Lord's Prayer" and was accompanied by Mrs. Arthur Martens, aunt of the bride. A reception, also at the Turner home, followed the ceremony. The double ring wedding cake which was decorated with Hibbard roses was served by Mrs. Rachel Cox, of Denver, and Mrs. Jim Knighten also of Denver, poured. The bride, a graduate of Fort Collins high school, is attending Denver University on a four year scholarship. She is also working for the Myer Drug Stores Company in Denver. Mr. Rush, son of Mr. and Mrs. T. A. Rush of Engleton, Texas, an alumnus of North Texas I btate college, is working for May- 1 D & F Company, as an assistant buyer. After a short honeymoon at Colorado Springs, the couple now lives at 1739 Williams Street in Denver. Announce Engagement MARRIED COUPLES TO MEET FEBRUARY 11th The Farm Bureau Married Couples have planned a meeting for Saturday night, February 11, 8:00 p. m., at the farm bureau building, Waukon. A film, "Russian Life Today—Inside the Soviet Union,' will be shown. This presents an uncensored account of life in the Soviet Union today. Potluek lunch; cards will be played. Please bring a guest couple. Everyone welcome. F. B. WOMEN'S MEET SCHEDULED FEB. 14th The regular monthly meeting of I the Farm Bureau Women's committee will be held on Tuesday, Feb- 14. 1:30 p. m. at the farm bureau building, Waukon. The meeting will be on citizenship and flag etiquette with the vice chairman having charge. Two films will be shown: "Iowa's General Assembly and Story of our F1 a g". Refreshments will be served. ACCW WORKSHOP MEETING IS HELD Wednesday, February 8, 1961 The second quarterly meeting of the Ossian Deanery of the Archdiocesan Council of Catholic Women v/as held at De Sales high school on January 21. Workshops were conducted by | Mrs. John Galvin, Decorah; Mrs. Paul Waters, Postville; Mrs. John | Smith, Ft. Atkinson; Mrs. Walter Dullard, West Union; Mrs. Dennis i Huinker, Decorah; Mrs. Godfrey Klimesh, Calmar; Mrs. Frank Andera, Spillville; Mrs. Dan Meyer, Fort Atkinson: Mrs. Ellis Thompson, Fayette; Mrs. Clifford Schrubbe, Decorah; Mrs. Elmer Hawkins, Ossian; Mrs. H. L. Heying, West Union; Mrs. Norbert Ean, Calmar; and Mrs. Leonard Karnik, Decorah. BLUE BIRD GROUPS HOLD REGULAR MEETS Never knew how hard it was to drive a bargain until I bought a second-hand car. 2nd BIG WEEK This is Ihe second big week of our 35lh Anniversary Celebration. Jusl look at these many values in every department in our IGA Slore. Shop and save the IGA way, every day. You'll be glad you did. ,OVK_ :*.»««» if E — CORN . 2 lbs. 29c TS — 12 oz. IC. CHERRIES 49c I'S — 14 oz. tNISH PEANUTS 39c IGA INSTANT Coffee Ml- 69c TABLE RITE POUND taund Beef 49c EL'S BOLOGNA . lb. 49c IRT RIBS . . lb. 33c BLADE CUT — BEEF ROAST TABLE RITE — RIB STEAKS lb. 49c lb. 89c SNO BOY, NESAP or DELICIOUS APPLES lb. bag 59c bn in each bag worth 8c on fiase of 10 lbs. of Potatoes. 10 POUNDS — RED POTATO! FRESH — GREEN PEPPEI IGA — FROZEN STRAWBERRIES IGA — FROZEN PEAS iS . 49c }S . ea, 5c $ 2/49c 2 for 39c serves • • • • • 4^*1. 00 i MONTE ieapple-Grapef t Drink Ingel Food Cakes . 46 oz. Cans No. 2V2 tin KTAIL 39c No. 2V& tin UT . . 2 (or 39c MOORE — 24 oz. STEW 39c SNO KREEM — SHORTENING 3 lbs. 69c 2 POUND PKG. — FIG BARS 39c 12 OZ. PKG — PANCAKE MIX 10c Postville, Iowa Mr. and Mrs. Henry Benjegerdes of Postville announce the engagement of their daughter, Doris, to Robert Carlson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Carlson of Postville. A summer wedding is being planned. ORDER OF RAINBOW The regular meeting of the Rainbow Girls will be held Monday, February 13, 7:30 p. m. The food committee will be Gretchen Meyer and Mrs. Ralph La Velle and Becky. PAST NOBLE GRANDS The Past Noble Grand Club will meet on Thursday evening, February 16. at 8:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Francis Padden with Mrs. Gus Miller as assisting hostess. FRETHEIM - HILMER WEDDING ANNOUNCED POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 Mr. and Mrs. Parnell Fretheim of Decorah, announce the marriage of their daughter, Patricia Marie, to Dennis Hilmer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Hilmer on December 30, at 7:00 p. m. in the First Lutheran Church, Decorah. The Rev. Alvon Nelson performed the double-ring ceremony. Music was provided by Mrs. Ransome Bolson, organist. The bride was attired in a satin and chiffon street length dress and carried a cascade bouquet of white orchids and light blue feathered carnations. Shirley Bakken served as maid of honor and wore a street length dress of royal blue chiffon and taffeta and carried a colonial bouquet of blue feathered carnations and white pompons. Charles Eidenschink was best man. A reception was held at the home of the bride's parents following the ceremony. The bride is a 1960 graduate of Decorah high school. The bridegroom attended Postville high school and is currently employed at The Eagle Food Store in Waterloo where the couple will be at home at 2124 Independence Avenue. The Cherub Blue Birds met February 6. Eight girls were present. Anita Suckow was hostess. The meeting was opened by repeating the Blue Bird Wish. The girls made telephone wire figures. The next meeting will be February 20 with Peggy Suckow bringing the treats. Carol Friederich, reporter. Happy Blue Birds. The Happy Blue Birds met in their club room with ten members present. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish led by Beverly Haltmeyer. Following the business meeting the girls decorated valentine cookies. The cookies served as treats with LuAnn McNally acting as hostess. Marsha Everman also furnished birthday treats. The girls played games and sang songs the remainder of the meeting time. The next meeting will be on February 20 with Mary Jane McNeil furnishing treats. Karen Torkelson, reporter. Singing Blue Birds. The Singing Blue Birds met February 6 with their leaders Mrs. Gene Brainard and Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson. Work was continued on their bird workbooks. Geox'gianne Brainard furnished the treat. The next meeting will be held on February 20 when Hope Gordanier will be hostess. Friendly Blue Birds. The Friendly Blue Birds met on February 6 with nine members present. Roll call was taken and the dues were collected. Mary Sue Groff was hostess. The girls delivered the valentine tray, mats to the hospital. The girls went on an outdoor hike and played games before returning to their leader's home. The next meeting will be on February 20 with Denise Chevalier as hostess. The meeting closed by blowing out the meeting candle and forming the Frindship Circle and all repeating the Blue Bird Wish. Debra Watson, reporter. Sweeties. The Sweetie Bluebird group met February 6. Kay DeGarmo furnished the treat. All members were present. The meeting opened with Bonnie Doerring, president; Connie Peake, vice president; Denise Reinhardt, treasurer- Roll call was taken by Randi Harris. Donna Nagel checked for Bluebird pins. The minutes of the last meeting were read by Rebecca Thompson. Dues were collected by Kay DeGarmo. The remainder of the time was spent playing games. The next meeting will be Mon day, February 20 at the home of Assistant Leader, Mrs. Duane Thompson. CLUB OF HOUR ELECTS OFFICERS Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Laurence Hofer. Eighteen members were present. The president Mrs. Robert Brinkman presided at the business meeting. Th following officers were reelected for the year 1961-62: Mrs. Brinkman, president; Mrs. Marvin Chevalier, vice president; Mrs. Arthur Sterling, secretary-treasurer. The literature chairman reporteol that Mrs. Sterling had read 2S books during the club year to qualify for the adventures in reading project. The club voted to cooperate with representatives frona other clubs and organizations in ai meeting with the town council iu regard to remodelling the kitchen and dining room in the Memorial Hall. Contributions were made to the following federation projects: Penny Art Fund, Pan American Scholarships, Indian Scholarships. Scholarship and Loan, CARE, Conservation Camp and Library Workshop, totalling $15.00. The club recently replenished the Postville Hospital nursery with three dozen diapers, one and one-half dozen gowns and two dozen shirts. For the program Richard Berg gave a humorous declamation, Sam's Letter, for which he re- received a number one rating at the preliminary speech contest hel<l in the high school January 28. Mrs. Jack Hager talked on "Tips that could help save the lives of highway accident victims" and demonstrated first aid and bandaging to be done if one happened to be the first on the scene of a highway accident. Refreshments were served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held March 6 at the home of Mrs. Dale Fichtel. If you have anything to buy, sell or rent—advertise in The Herald- ANNOUNCING We have added the services of a New Beauty Operator MARY GREEN of Castalia Miss Green formerly served as a beauty operator in McGregor. VIRGINIA'S BEAUTY SHOP Phone 86 4-3412 Postville, Iowa lllllll Herald Want Ads bring results. Kramer's Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kramer anSHer *-cfe6 X 's OFF INCHES for the Debbie Reynolds look You'll look and feel slimmer,' sleeker in complete comfort. Inner elastic bands flatten in front, vertical stretch panel smooths in back. White or black. Pantie Girdle $8.95 Long Leg Pantie. . .$10.95 • Girdle $7.95 e+o tr+o t*j> s>*a irfa e-*o «•»• REAL GOLD — Orange Base 2 for 35c DEL MONTE — Crushed — 8 oz. tins Pineapple 2 for 29c OUR FAMILY — "Grape" Jelly or Jam 10 oz. jar 2 for 39c SNOW CROP — Peas . Frozen • • • • 2 pkgs. 37c ALL FLAVORS — Jell-O . . 3 pkgs. . 25c JELL -0 — Reg. Pudding 3 pkgs. .. 25c DESSERT TOPPING Dream Whip — 2 pkgs. .43c NABISCO — Crackers 1 lb. pkg. ..29c BUTTER-NUT — Coffee • • • • 1 lb. tin 65c DUNCAN HINES — White or Chocolate Cake Mix . . Pkg. DECKER'S Cold Meat Chopped. Pork . DECKER'S — TALL KORN Bacon STUMME'S Lb. 49c 1 lb. pkg. 49c PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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