Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 15, 1961 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 15, 1961
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Announce Engagement hlETY IrOLDAL (ANNOUNCED i- fifz R. Palas, who has in Southern France je Cruiser Des Moines, ijennnette Stoldal of yay, were married in fence on February 3. /arrived on the Des porfolk, Virginia on Mrs. Palas arrived at mty on March 8. fs. Arthur J. Palas met Ir -in-law at Prairie ft Friday and she will fee until the latter part t: Des Moines will be led at Boston the lat- §>ril and then Lt. Palas Ki a months leave oi I will be assigned to fcraft Carrier, The En- fit June 1. Kathleen Meyer Mr. of and Mrs. Vernas Meyer Postville announce the engagement of their daughter, Kathleen, to Robert Kerr, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kerr, Sr. of Brandon, Iowa. A summer wedding is planned. PAST NOBLE GRANDS LUBBERS OBSERVE WEDDING ANNIVERSARY Mr. and Mrs. Carl Lubbers of 2G31 Jackson, Dubuque, observed their 50th wedding anniversary on February 26 with a reception at St. Mathew's Lutheran Church in Dubuque. The couple were married in Luana on February 28, 1911. Mrs. Lubbers is the former Emma Heins of Luana. They are the parents of four children, Lloyd and Lawrence Lubbers, Mrs. Carl Hittenmiller and Mrs. John Ney all of Dubuque. Those attending from this area were: Mr. and Mrs. Will Lubbers, Postville; Mr. and Mrs. "W. F. Mittlestadt, West Union and Mr. and Mrs. Duane Lubbers and family, Farmersburg. MRS. FICHTEL IS HOSTESS TO CLUB ! 'ARE MADE |lRD GROUP 1 ties met March 6 at the assistant leader, taken up with the png and making pipe fees. A game of John- psed the meeting. One brought her contrive birthday cake so •Harris furnished the text meeting will be and members are ,et at the schoolhouse S the meeting together. ft need a garage for Btoreign cars—just the he in. The Naomi Past Noble Grands Club will meet Thursday evening. March 1G, at 8:00 p. m. at the home of Mrs. Harvey Christofferson with Mrs. Amos Ames as assisting hostess. EASTERN STAR. The Order of Eastern Star will meet at the Masonic Temple on Monday, March 20, for a G:30 p. m. potluck supper. The program, in honor of the anniversary of the chapter and also honoring past matrons and past patrons, will be held prior to the regular meeting at 8:00 p. m. All members and visiting members are invited to attend. Herald Want Ads bring results. Fifteen members of the Club of the Hour responded to roll call at their meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Dale Fichtel. The meeting was opened by reading the Club Collect. Members enjoyed a review of the book. "Washington's Lady' by Ellsworth Thane, given by Mrs. Robert Lindsay. A lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be on April 3 at the home of Mrs. Roger Whitcomc. State News Letter- (Continued From Page One) with his family and got ready to go to work. But Donald Ross, the member Loveless was to succeed showed no inclination to leave. In fact, he made it clear he was waiting for the President to ask him to quit. At this stage. Attorney General Robert Kennedy stepped into the picture and issued a legal opinion stating that board members serve in the $20.000-a-year posts at cut down excessive water loss, screen out harmful fungi and bacteria and make it harder for insect­ like pests to get to the leaves. The result is healthier, fresher-looking flowers. Sherwood cautions flower gardeners, however, not to apply cosmetics on the undersides of leaves—unless the plants are wilting badly. And it's best not to use them on hairy-leaved plants like African violets. Never use mineral oil, olive oil, cream, butter or similar substan'ces to freshen up your plants, Sherwood warns. These substances are dust catchers. You can buy plant cosmetics from most reputable florists or garden supply dealers, Sherwood adds. Norma Jean McNally Mr. and Mrs. Leo McNally of Postville announce the engagement of their daughter, Norma Jean, to Joe R. Ball, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo Ball of Postville. Miss McNally is a student at Northwest Institute of Medical Lab Technique at Minneapolis, Minnesota and Mr. Ball is stationed with the United States Navy at Brunswick, Georgia. EGG Mrs. Bert Rouse of near Ayrshire found the largest egg she has seen. The horizontal circumference measured 9% inches and the vertical, 8%. The egg enclosed a complete normal egg with a double yolk. Egg white filled the space between the outside shell of the smaller egg and the interior shell of the larger. Wednesday, March 15, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 5 Don't criticize the work of others unless you want to do the work of others. REATER IALUES at I- TABLERITE ROUND BEEF 2 lbs. 89c iDER — B ROAST lb. 33c ous — BURGER lb. 39c D CHOPS lb. 79c PORK iAGE . 1 lb. Roll 39c SHOULDER CUT — LAMB CHOPS MORRELL'S — MINCED HAM OSCAR MAYER — LUNCH MEATS IGA — FROZEN HADDOCK lb. 49c lb. 49c Pkg. 3/99c lb. 49c ^K'S — 46 oz. imato J uice 'G" KRINKLE CUT — Frozen nc h Fri ries 4cans $ 1. 00 j . pkg. 10c i tITZ — Frozen the pleasure of the president. Sub sequently Ross received a letter from the President asking him to resign, which he did. Now, Love less must be approved by the Sen ate Finance committee and later by the Senate. Parkway Commission. Governor Erbe has announced four appointments to the Mississippi River Parkway Commission. Charles Young, Muscatine and C. E. Dove, Dubuque, were reappointed to the commission and Mrs. Stanley Hart, Keokuk and James Lischer, Davenport, were named to the commission. Car Pool. Governor Erbe has come up with a plan aimed at reducing travel expenses of state employees. Erbe said he wants to try using a car pool on an experimental basis. Twenty-one cars assigned to individual employees of the state board of control and the state conservation commission have been placed in the pool. If such an operation succeeds in saving money, as many as 100 cars now assigned to separate administrative offices could be drawn into the pool. The Governor gave three basic reasons for his belief a car pool will save money: 1. In the long run. fewer cars will be needed if all are put into the pool, rather than assigned to individuals or sep arate departments. 2. The cars would remain on state property after working hours, barring em ployees from driving state cars to and from home. 3. Employees who receive only an occasional travel assignment would have access to a pool car, rather than driving their own cars, as frequently happens now. ADC Cost. The state department of social welfare believes increased unemployment the past few months has been a major factor in rising aid to dependent children (ADC) case I loads. The department said total assistance for February under the four public assistance programs totaled $4,599,012 with medical services and drugs accounting for nine per cent of the total costs. Total expenditures increased $56,928 over January. "This increase resulted for the most part," said the board, "from the increase of 249 families on the ADC case load." The board said of the ADC cases approved for assistance in the past six months, 38 per cent lost wages due to lay-off, discharge, illness or injury. During the same period 27 cent of the cases closed were due to obtaining employment or increase in earnings. ierry ries • LL'S — 2 lbs. INGE SLICES 39c jtOWN — 2 lb. Jar fberry Preserves 59c FERRY — Stm. and Pc. — 4 oz. fHROOMS 29c DIAMOND — Light Meat IA 4 for $1.00 1EEM — (RTENING . 3 lbs. 69c eac h39c 14 oz. IGA CA1SW IGA — 32 oz. DILL PICMS CHEF BOY-AR-DEE — PIZZA PIE MIX . BAKER'S — 12 oz. CHOCOLATE CHIPS JGA — Brown and Serve ROLLS 29c 2 bottles 39c 35c 49c 39c FRESHEN UP YOUR HOUSE PLANTS WITH "PLANT COSMETICS" TEXAS RED GRAPEFRUIT 10 for 39c RED — POTATOES 10 lbs. 39c Allamakee County women can beautify and protect their indoor plants with new products called "plant cosmetics", says County Extension Director Fred C. O'Riley. He says that Iowa State University Horticulturist Charles Sherwood tells him the new products come under many trade names as creams, clear liquids and even in aerosol bombs. They form a smooth, glossy finish on plant surfaces. The cosmetics won't attract dust or injure the plants they cover when used as directed. Besides making your plants more attractive, Sherwood says, the cosmetics Postville, Iowa IF SO SWITCH TO CO£Oi¥fA£ You'll get longer trouble-free service with Green Colonial home heating, Heavier more rugged construction is the reason. Contact the authorized dealer below right away for oil, gas or coal heat. GUS' Heating & Plumbing Loren Meyer Postville were ready for Join the Easter Parade Looking Your Very Best For Confirmation and Easter BONNIE BLAIR'S — Sizes 7 to 14 Dress Ups For Girls CINDERELLA'S Sizes 3 to 14 For Grown Ups TONI HUNT — PAT PERKINS — LOUISA ALCOTT and Others Sizes 12 to 24V 2 SALE CONTINUES on Drip-Dri Prints - 2 yds. $1.00 * — and — Vi Price on One Lot of Dresses KRAMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS4 W.W. , .W/.W.V.%V\WIM. Notice! The Annual Meeting of the Postville Cemetery Association will be held SAT., MARCH 25 7:30 p. m. AT MEMORIAL HALL for the purpose of electing officers and such other business as may come before the meeting. ALL MEMBERS ARE URGED TO ATTEND Postville Cemetery Ass'n. 2 for OUR FAMILY — 11 oz. Tins Mandarin Oranges 39c DEL MONTE — 8 oz. Tins Fruit Cocktail 2 for 25c OUR FAMILY — No. 2 Tins Kidney Beans 2 for 27c OREO- Coo ki les NESTLE -r- 6 oz. Pkgs. Chocolate Chips HILLS BROS. — Coff. PURITY — Ice Cream BOOTH — BREADED Haddock Steak STARKIST — Chunk Style Tuna . . 2 for 49c RATH —ALL MEAT Wieners 1 lb. Pkg. 49c STUMME'S PHONE 86 4-7721 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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