Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 22, 1961 · Page 7
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CIETY AUXILIARY -.. JLAR MEETING f lnr meeting of the jtiliary was held Mon in their club room, jig was opened by Mrs. (inn according to ritual, department chnirmen and acted on. Mrs. 0 received a pattern ior bird feeder which made from a two jcarton. As citizenship je also received a skit |ntary procedure and 5 College to be given Social meeting. A new f cancer insurance has and is now available local auxiliary units Meet ion. Members are ad about this in the fend February national committee for Feb Irs. John Burrow, Mrs |roo and Mrs. Ed Loon vill be sent to the Ve »(al, Des Moines. The •mittee for the social 1 be Mrs. Richard Suc|. LaVila Schmidt. Mrs. 1 and Mrs. Leslie Aire at the March meet- will be elected for year at this meeting. Be of the meeting Mrs. and Mrs. Bernold a lunch. served. Stephanie Schroeder, scribe. Wakankia Group. The Wakankia Camp Fire Girls met In the Legion Room of Memorial Hall on February 20 after school. The meeting was called to order by Mary Mohs. The girls talked about a party llicy are planning and also learned songs to sing at the party. Mrs. Lawson played a record for the girls to pantomime. Treats were served by Wendy Masonhnll. Palti Meyer will be hostess at the March C> meeting. Georgia Kicsau, scribe. MRS. DEERING IS HOSTESS TO CLUB Schvader and Mrs. Oscar Davis. Mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum led a discussion on the new year books. A motion was made to adjourn and the Lord's Prayer was recited followed by the Doxology. The March meeting will be held at the homo of Mrs. Oscar Davis. WELZELS OBSERVE 50th ANNIVERSARY The Henderson Prairie S t u d y Club met February 14 at the homo of Mrs. Leeonc Dcering. The Scripture, Psalm 46, was read by the hostess. Roll call. "My Remedy for a Cold", was answered by 22 members. Mrs. Elmer Zieman was a visitor - . Mrs. Deering distributed the mail from the mail bag. "Happy Birthday" was sung for Mrs. Burnell Anderson and Mrs. Willard Meyer. Mrs. Henry Hemesath and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr were in charge of tray favors for February. Mrs. Hemesath and Mrs. Louise Meyer had "Friendship for Ann" for February. y Each member brought a valentine for a gift exchange in charge of Mrs. Cloy Miller. At the close of the meeting a lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Robert Deering on March 14. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel observed their 50th wedding anniversary Sunday afternoon, February 19. with an open house at St. Pauls Lutheran Church. Approximately 200 guests attended. A program was presented by their grandchildren and the Rev. Charles Witt and the Rev. Justin Silvius. Mrs. V. W. Okey, Mrs. Henry Heidenreich and Mrs. Joe Fox of St. Paul. Minnesota, sisters of Mrs. Welzel were here for the occasion. Guests also attended from Monona, Luana, Clermont and Elgin. Ed Knodt. a brother of Mrs. Welzel I called at the Welzel home on Feb-I ruary 14. I A family dinner was held at noon | at the V & J dining room. BLUE BIRD GROUPS HAVE REGULAR MEETS Wednesday, February 22, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 Patricia Lynn Adkins MRS. HARVA MILLER IS HOSTESS TO CLUB STUDY CLUB MEETS WITH MRS. LEMBKE GIRLS BRUARY MEETS |ka group of Camp Fire , the Roy Knight home 1 20. at 7:30 p. m. Kathy ,.. the group. A dist held on requirements [ Gatherer's rank. Mrs. |checked the symbol- £lyn f'ordyce was hos- kxi meeting will be on |the Louis Lenth home ry 11 to Kiwanka . party for their par- Wnkankia group and Refreshments were The Happy Hour Study Club met I February 15 at the heme of Mrs. Emil Lembke. The opening song was "Love's Old Sweet Song." The Scripture The Post-Franklin Study Club met on February 15 at the home of Mrs. Harva Miller. Two visitors, Mrs. Ed Smith and Mrs. Marvin Miller, were present. The meeting opened by singing "Juanita" and the Club Woman's Collect was repeated in unison. For devotions Mrs. Earl Miller read an article on "Growing To! wards God" and "Love Thyself Last." Roll call was answered with "Famous Quotations." The birthday song was sung for Mrs. Gene Brainard. Mrs. Clinton Meyer spoke on "Agriculture and Flowers of Hawaii." A dessert luncheon was The [ served by the hostess and co-hostess. Mrs. Vern Meyer Mr. and Mrs. Stephen Adkins, 1017 Watauga Street, Kingsport, J Tennessee, are announcing the engagement of their daughter, Patricia Lynn, to Charles James Schroeder of Minneapolis, Minnesota, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harold H. Schroeder. Miss Adkins attended Maryville college and is a student at East Tennessee State college. Schroeder is a graduate of Carlh age College, Carthage, Illinois and is a senior at Northwestern Luth The Happy Blue Birds met with their leaders, Mrs. Ray Spinner and Mrs. Gordon Lawson on February 20 with nine members present. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish. The girls be gan making their Easter favors for the hospital. Mary McNeil furnished treats. The meeting was closed by singing several songs. The next meeting will be March 6 with Susan Schultz furnishing the treats. Karen Torkelson, reporter. Cherub Blue Birds. Peggy Suckow furnished the treats at the regular meeting of the Cherub Blue Birds on February 20. All members were present. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish. The girls learned a little about science from experiments they did during the meeting, such as air pressure forcing a boiled egg into a milk bottle and writing mystery messages with lemon juice. The meeting was closed with Friendship Circle and singing the "Goodbye Song". The next meeting will be March 6 with Mary Chris Owen bringing the treats. Mary Meyer, reporter. Singing Blue Birds. The Singing Blue Birds met February 20. The girls continued work on their bird workbook and started making bird feeders out of milk cartons. Hope Gordanier furnished the treat. The next meeting will be on March 6 when Jean VACCINE STILL ESSENTIAL FOB POLIO' PROTECTION eran Seminary, Minneapolis. The c ... . , . „ wedding is planned for May 7 a t 1 Stover- will be hostess Mafair Methodist church. Chooses Wedding Date was given by the hoste thought for the day. -Money may, , talk but today's dollar doesn't: The next meeting w.11 oe at the have cents enough to say much", was give n by Lawrence Baade. Members the hymn. "The Church's Foundation" Roll call \vn: swered by ten members housecleaning hint. The of the last meeting were very Mrs. home of Mrs. George Brainard. <ang.0PEN HOUSE. One an- Mr. and Mrs. Eldred SchliUer will jiving a observe their 25th wedding anniver- minutes'sary with an open house on Sun- accepted < day. February 28. at the Monona as read and the treasurers report • City Hall from 1:30-4:00 p. m. All was given. Wedding congratula- > relatives and friends are invited to tions were extended Mrs. Elmer; attend. I Monte Ime at . . Friendly Blue Birds. Nine members were present at the February 20 meeting of the Friendly Blue Birds. Denise Chevalier called roll and Melody Smith collected the dues. Hostess was Denise Chevalier. The girls covered cans with wallpaper and then planted geraniums. They also started to make popcorn pictures. The meeting closed by all members repeating the Blue Bird Wish and blowing out the meeting candle. The next meeting will be March 6 with Mary Kittleson as hostess. Debra Watson, reporter. ORDER OF RAINBOW The regular meeting of the Post ville Rainbow Girls will be held Monday, February 27, at 7:30. The food committee will be Mary Kie sau, Sandy and Suzie Harville. Polio vaccine, proved 90 per cent effective in preventing paralytic polio, won't do a bit of good sitting on the shelf. Three shots are needed for complete vaccination; booster shots add even greater protection. Unvaccinated persons should start the series at once, advises the Iowa State Department of Health. Polio is a disease of the nerve cells in the brain and spinal cord, not a disease of the muscles, as many think. However the nerve cells most frequently involved are those concerned with getting your muscles to move. About half of those who get polio recover completely. The extent to which others are disabled by paralysis varies from mild to complete impairment. During the first 30 weeks of 19G0, 610 cases of paralytic polio were reported in the United States. Although this is more than a 100 per cent decrease from the same period in 1959, the real tragedy is that most of these cases could have been prevented. Much of the battle against polio has been won. But if you have not been vaccinated, you're a prime target for the disease. Vaccine is available now. LeRoy Burney, as surgeon general, said, "Failure to take advantage of this proved pre ventive for polio is to court disas trous illness which can lead to life-time crippling." The disease most often strikes pre-school children. Of these chil dren almost four million have not had a single dose of vaccine. Polio will continue to strike unless each new baby starts his series of shots at two to four months of age. Since the paralyzing effects of the disease usually are most severe among older persons, its important that they be vaccinated, 'too you are not protected, see physician at once. If you've had the original series of three shots, be sure you main tain protection with essential bops ter shots—a fourth shot a year after the initial series, a fifth a year later. Don't take a chance with your life. WEDDING INVITATIONS — Letterpress printing, raised letter printing, engraved. Prices start as low as $8.00 for 50 invitations or announcements. Postville Herald. If your If you have anything to buy, sell or rent—advertise in The Herald. STEER A 1200 pound steer ran into the path of a car driven by Gordon Cornwell of Washta and was killed. Damage to the car was est mated at $350. MARY MAC STYLE 77<* Drip Dry combed cotton woven strips • Fly front, button closing • 2" hem Sizes 12-20 (Pfr no in Grey or Tan $0-™ Kramer's Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kramer tER RIB — ork ( Chops 9 • 5^^c | PORK IN ROAST 9b. 49c FRESH PORK HOCKS lb. 29c WILSON'S BRAUNSCHWEIGER lb. 39c ill.1. LOINS. .TutUth Annette Jacobia I Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Judith Annette, to Ronnie I Meisner, son of Mr. and Mrs. Francis Meisner. The ceremony will I take place April 2, at 7:00 p. m. at (St. Paul's Lutheran church. Announce Engagement lONTE — 2Vfe Tin :HES ... 3 for 95c 0NTE — 211 Tin APPLE 4 for 89c 0NTE — 14 oz. SUP ... 5 for 99c )NTE — 303 Tin [T COCKTAIL 4/99c DEL MONTE — 303 Can CORN 5 DEL MONTE ~- 303 Can PEAS 3 for 59c DEL .MONTE - 46 oz. Pine.-G'fruit Drink 3/89c IGA — Tall Can YINESAP or 1 DELICIOUS PPLES b. bag 59c |oupon worth 8c on of 10 Pounds Potatoes RED — POTATOES 10 lbs. 47c RUSSET — IDAHO POT 10 lbs. 77c FRESH — CRISP HEAD LETTUCE 2 heads 25c PACKAGE — [NGE SLICES EET — . 39c IES 1 lb. pkg. 39c 22 oz. id Detergent . . 39c pi 39c , ET RITZ — FROZEN CHERRY PIES FROZEN — PERCH lb. 29c IGA FROZEN — IAEA! PIES 5 for $1.00 Carol Ann Winter Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Winter of Postville announce the engacement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Carot Ann, to Allen Stahr. son of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Stahr of West Union. Miss Winter is presently employed at the Fayette County Union in West Union. Her fiance is employed at Ron's Body Shop in West Union. An early summer wedding is being planned. PATSY FOLSOM AND DONALD KERNDT WED e 86 4-3621 tfoodd i Patsy Lmi Folsom, dauBhter of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Folsom and Donald W. Kernrit, son of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Kerndt of Lrnsing, were united in marriage on February 11, at 11:00 a. m. at the Community Presbyterian Church. The Rev. W. T. Martin performed the double- rincr ceremony. The bride was attired in a lavender suit with matching accessories and a white orchid corsaire. She was attended by Mrs. Les Wiemerslage, sister of the bridegroom, who wore a gray suit with lavender accessories and a purple orchid corsage. Les Wiemerslage attended his brother-in-law as best man. Following the ceremony a 1:00 o'clock dinner was served to the immediate families at the home of the bride's parents. The bride is a 1954 graduate of Postville high school and was employed as a bookkeeper for Louis Schutte and Sons, Inc. The bridegroom graduated from Waukon high school and is engaged in fanning. After a wedding trip - to Des Moines the couple is at home on the bridegroom's farm near Lansing. Buy! Sell! Hire! Trade! Rent! Lost! Found! Employment! You'll find it in the Herald Want Ads. Illllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllll OUR FAMILY — Sliced or Halves Peaches .... lllllltlllllllllllli 303 Tin j 19c ! TENDER SWEET — Cut Green Beans . . 2 for : 29c | TENDER SWEET — 303 Tins IPeas . . . . • 2 for : 29c! FOLGER'S — Coffee 2 lb. Tin ! n. 19 1 Chef Boy-Ar-Dee Pkg. Pizza . . . 43c Ritz —12 oz. Crackers Pkg. . 29c Starkist — Chunk 2 for Tuna ... 49c Booth — Fish Stick Pkg. LS 33C HERSHEY'S — Chocolate S lyrup . 16 oz. Tin 19c PURITY — Ice Cream . • • Vi Gallon 79c DUNCAN H1NES — Choc, or White Cake Mix . . Pkg. 33c RATH'S — All Meat Wieners • • • 1 lb. Pkg. 49c STUP I PHONE 86 4-7721 IME'S POSTVILLE, IOWA

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