Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 1, 1961 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 1, 1961
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fclETY [7 CONCERTS )YS CHOIR IMarch 9, marks the I current Community In one! the appearance |a Choir Boys. This f boys ranging In age J 14 will appear at C. Hiloriitm in a concert jusic, folk songs, and feUns. Concert time is id doors will open at fence is by Community jbership card only, |e oldest musical or- fe the world, the Vi- Bojs dates back more §s when the Holy Ro- 1 Maximilian I, "a great I arts, ordered the or- ja boys' choir to par|e performances of rein the Court Chapel fdciith of Maximilian, Burgs subsidized the Ehe fall of Hapsburg fthc end of World War •art of the group was fete funds and income H its tours which be- I .nade its first tour of fates in 1932, and for until World War II, Morth America singing buses and enthusiastic MRS. WAHLS IS sung and members sang "Happy Tir\o r rir<JC TTI PT T TTJ Birthday" to Kathy Hawkins. Rec- HUblUi&a IV LUUli rcation was plannod by Donna ' Wahls. It was decided to give $1.00 The West Post Proicct Club met to lhe T5oa rt tl >nd. I February 15 at the home of Mrs. Tho ncxt meeting will be held Laraldo Wahls. Seventeen mem- ; M " reh 18 at thc home ° f Nancy bers were present. Roll call was :ind Phyllis Living 0 0 d. Sally answered by members to 11 i n g. Kocnig, reporter, stories about Washington and Lin-1 coin. ! HOMEMAKERS CLUB Thc lesson, "Places of Interest lni,,-.. MI1 ™ the Home", was given by Mrs.: HOLDS FEBRUARY MEET Vernon Kugol and Mrs. William Livingood. Anniversary songs were! The Post Homemakors Club met sung for Mrs. Alvin Kahle. Mrs. I February 21 at the home of Orma Bennett Langc. Mrs. Vernon Kugcl 1 Schultz and Vina Poesch. Eight and Mrs. William Livingood. The\ members and one visitor were pres- Announce Engagement social time was spent playins Hearts" with everyone receiving a "white elephant" prize. The next meeting will be held March 15 in the home of Mrs. William Livingood. BUSY BEES CLUB HAS REGULAR MEET ent. The subject discussed was "Centers of Interest in the Home". Mrs. Louis Benjegerdes and Mrs. George Bowles demonstrated the lesson with pictures and printed matter from the Farm Bureau Extension Service. This was tho last lesson 1 for thb; season. BLUE BIRD GROUP DECORATES CUPCAKES ture pertaining to the motel industry were discussed. Victor Walter, Pines Motel, Postville, is district president and Ward Klug, Meadow Mist Motel of Oelwein is secretary. Those present were from Oelwein, Strawberry Point, West Union, Waukon, Cresco, Postville and guests from Cedar Rapids. The next meeting will be March 26, at West Union. SUNNY SUES HAVE REGULAR MEETING The Sweeties group of Blue Birds met February 20. Following the The regular meeting of the Bloomfield Busy Bees was held ] February 26 at the home of Donna 1 Wahls. i Ruth Kugcl. president, opened •.. ,. „ . _ the meeting with the Pledge 0 tho ^V™? ™°> ^ T n %£°7» American Flag. Eighteen memoes nnK urn, *£ tne Ue!> t r f „ „„,, ,.„,, „„ii 1 .1,, .maimer of the meeting time was 1 , «' bring m K ;i i spent frosting and decorating cup- breakfast menu. Mrs. Hawkins 1 distributed booklets on "Today's Girl". Demonstrations were given on "How to Pack a Picnic Basket". by Lou Ann Tieskoetter: and "How; to make Ground Beef Patties", by ; CLUB OF THE HOUR Judy and Kathy Meyer. Talks ; were given on "How to Plan Meals | Club of the Hour will meet Mon- Around the Guide to Good Eating". • day evening. March 6, at 8:00, in by Suzanne Stavnes. Songs were 1 thc home of Mrs. Dale Fichtel. cakes. The next March G. meeting will be on Erma Jean Miene Mr. and Mi's. Fred Miene of Luana announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Erma Jean, to Marlin Swenson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Hall Swenson of Postville. A June wedding is planned. MRS. GEORGE BURGER IS HOSTESS TO CLUB ffABLERITE I STEAKS LB. 89c FROZEN OCEAN ERCH LB. 29< IGA TABLER1TE — Boneless BEEF ROAST lb. 75$ IGA TABLEHITE — PORK SAUSAGE lb. 39c TABLERITE — MINUTE STEAKS . . . . lb. 69c • • — 9 oz. Pkg. fcnch Fries [MONTR — 14 oz. Itsup PSDOWN — Lemon or Pineapple [ngel Food Cak . pkg. 10c tls. 99c 39c |URY — UR 25 lbs. $1.79 FEE 2 lbs. $1.29 PS — 300 Can fl BEANS . 2 for 29c 64 Count I TEA BAGS . . 59c )RNIA — iNGES . .5 lbs. 79c 3 Pounds — CRISC0 83c IIOLMEN — 303 Can GREEN BEANS 10c POPEYE — POP CORN 2 lbs. 29c No. 1 Tall — RED SALMON 79c Lartjc — Crisp CELERY bunch 15c •tatoes 10 lbs. 29c Quality he 86 4-3621 Postville, Iowa The Luana Sunny Sues 4-H Club held its regular meeting on February 14 with Carolyn and Diane Gehring as hostesses. Roll call was "My Favorite Food for Breakfast." Judy Baker gave a talk on "Importance of Breakfast"; and Tonya McShane on "Tend Those Teeth". A demonstration on "One Way to Fix Milk' for Breakfast", was given by Carolyn Gehring. Linda Starkey and Linda Leas gave a team demonstration on "Daily Amounts of Vitamin C". Linda Starkey, reporter. MRS. HUMPHREY IS MONDAY CLUB HOSTESS Wednesday, March 1, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 bake sale. Several special projects were discussed for the year's work. Everett Rowland gave some pointers from the mastitis meeting. A family night honoring the fathers was planned for the next meeting. Valentines were exchanged. E. Rowland, reporter. The Bob's Creek Neighbors Club met with Mrs. George Burger on February 21. Fourteen members answered roll call by telling a cooking failure. The meeting was opened by singing "Fairest Lord Uesus". The Scripture and thought for the day was given by the hostess. The special feature of the meeting was each member making, a corsage of wood fibre flowers. The lesson on making the flowers was given by Mrs. Roger Kuhse and Mrs. Eli Eberling. Plans were made to buy six more Song books for club use. It was decided that roll call for the March meeting would be a recipe exchange. Pennies for Friendship were collected and the meeting was closed with "The Lord's Prayer". A lunch was served. The next meeting will be March 21 at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Block. • The Postville Monday Club met on February 27 at the home of Mrs. J. T. Humphrey with 14 members present. The program theme was "Home Life". Mrs. G. R. Brainard spoke on the topic, "Cooking Craft"; and Mrs. Boyd Turner described "The Modern Kitchen". The following officers were elected for the year 1961-1962: President, Mrs. M. F. Kiesau; vice president, Mrs. W. T. Martin; and secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Vernon Gericke. The next regular meeting will be held Monday, March 13, at the home of Mrs. W. T. Martin. V. F. W. AUXILIARY HAS SOCIAL MEETING The social meeting of the V. F. W. Auxiliary was held February 20 in the V. F. W. rooms at Memorial Hall. The evening was spent sewing carpet rags for the Veteran's hospital at Knoxville. A lunch was served by Mrs. LaVila Schmidt and Mrs. Richard Suckow. LEGION AUXILIARY MEETING IS HELD Sew Yourself Into A New Wardrobe For Easter, Spring and Summer Now is the time to purchase your Fabric from our fabulous collection . We will be glad to help you with your planning. Fabric Suggestions - Dan River, Bates Super Disciplined, Drip Dri and Pampered Cottons. 4-H Club Plans Family Night The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 was held in the Legiori rooms at Memorial Hall on Wednesday, February 22. at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Willard Schutte. Past President, opened the meeting according to the Manual of Ceremonies. There were 19 members and one guest, Mrs. Evan Owen, present. Rehabilitation report showed articles valued at $10.95 sent to the Mental Health Institute at Independence; sent to the- V. A. Hospital, Knoxville. 23 chair pads; sent to Glenwood State School, 80 Valentine favors. Patterns and instructions for the making of bibs to be used at the Iowa Soldier's Home. Marshalltown were distributed; $2.00 was contributed to the Leonard Wood Wood Memorial to combat leprosy; a canteen book was sent to a local veteran hospitalized in a V. A. Hospital. Communications read were a letter from the Waukon unit in regard to chartering a bus to attend the Department Conference in July; they also invited the local i-nit officers to a potluck supoer on March 4 at 6:30 p. m. The Camofire Girls have extended an invitation to the Legion Auxiliary members to at- I tend a tea in.the Legion rooms at I Memorial Hall on Saturday, March 125. at 2:00 p. m.; Auxiliary mem- j bers planning to attend are asked ' to call Mrs. Leslie Lawson or the unit secretary a week before the date of the tea if possible. Door prize was drawn by Mrs. R. C. Hucbner. Hostesses were Mrs. William A. Kneeland. Mrs. Grace Humphrey and Mrs. George Huebner. The Clermont Comet 4-H Club held its regular meeting last Saturday evening with Mary, Linda and Danny Theise as hosts for the evening. The meeting was opened with the 4-H pledge. A thank you was given for the response on their Dacron blends in Plain colors. Sail Cloth in Stripes and Plain. And many others to choose from. KRAMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer 111 iiiiiiniiii SKIPPY — Cream or Chunk Peanut Butter 12 oz. Jar 37c MOTEL OPERATORS MEET IN POSTVILLE The motel operators and their wives of District No. Six of the Iowa Motor Court Association met for their second meeting at Postville, Sunday evening, February 2C. The group had dinner at the V & J Koffee Shop and then went to the Pines Motel for their business meeting. Mr. and Mrs. William Fuller of Des Moines were present. Mr. Fuller is the Executive Director of IMCA and was the speaker of the evening. Bills in the Iowa legisia- Your County Mutual Insurance Give's You More SERVICE — SAVING COVERAGE REAL ECONOMY In Auto Insurance 0 For every member of the family % Without a Membership Fee # Without a Policy Fee AGENT Rodney I. Smith Phone 86 4-3158 Postville, la. Complete Line of Insurance Winneshiek Mutual Insurance Association Golden Valley — W. Kernel Corn or C. Style • • • 2 - 303 Tins 29c Our Family — 300 Tin Pork & Beans 10c Instant Orange Drink—14 oz. Jar Tang ... 59c C & H — Powdered or Brown Sugar .... 2-1 lb. Pkgs. . 27c Liquid Soap — Economy Size Swan ... 49c KLEENEX — Tissue 400 Size 2 for ... 49c SWANSDOWN — White or Chocolate Cake Mix . . . Pkg. . 29c Booth — Frozen Fish 1 lb. Pkg. Perch ... 39c Golden Valley Salmon — Pink 1 lb. Tin . . 63c RATH'S —. Sliced Beef • • 3 oz. Pkg. . 23c OSCAR MAYER — All Meat Minced Ham Lb. . 45c STUMME'S PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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