Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 22, 1961 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 22, 1961
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ICIETY BRING IS ! TO CLUB [iderson Prairie Study llarch 14 at the home of t Dcering with 20 mem- jt. Roll call was "Imi- Biimal". The Scripture, fhapter 22, was read by fmnde plans to have a Saturday, April 1. Mrs. ins gave a talk on her fie Legislature at Dos hd also read a poem fe Voice of the Cross". tren by Mrs. Rudy Ever- won by Mrs. Kenneth i. Harvey Meyer contests which were won enneth Kerr' and Mrs. •. The birthday song 'or Mrs. Dean Gunders, Louise Meyer, ner, Mrs. Robert Deer's. Rudy Everman were Bf Friendship Day and IT ; and tray favors in jMrs. Keith Kerr and • Martins. Mrs. Leeone |tributed mail from the j will hold their next • April 11 at the home •yd Everman. Members |to bring plants for n )F RAINBOW lor meeting of the Post- m Girls will be held |t 7:30 p. m. The food jvill be Mary Lou Frese, ler and Gail Kozelka. |be due at this meeting. BfTcrson, recorder. BLUE BIRD GROUPS MEET WITH LEADERS lything to sell? The ht Ad section will do it The Singing Blue Birds met March 20. The meeting opened with the girls repeating the Blue Bird Wish. Games were played and the group made book marks using snapshots. Mary Brainard furnished the treat. The meeting was closed with the Friendship Circle. The next meeting will be April 3 when Peggy Thornton will be hostess. Happy Blue Birds. The Happy Blue Birds met on March 20. Members delivered Easter tray favors to the hospital. After returning to the home of their leader, a business mectimj was held. New officers arc: President, Karen Torkelson; vice president, Lynn Spinner; secretary, Patty Brandenburg; and treasurer, Beverly Haltmcyer. Laura Lawson read to the group about some of the birds they would be seeing this spring. Karen Torkelson will furnish the treats at the next meeting on April 3. Friendly Blue Birds. The Friendly Blue Birds met on March 20 with ten members present. Hostess was Debra Watson. Denise Chevalier took roll call and Melody Smith collected the dues. The girls made nut cups. The Mother's Tea will be held on Saturday, April 8, at 2:30 p. m. at Mary Kittleson's homo. The meeting closed by forming the Friendship Circle, repeating the Elue Bird Wish and blowing out the meeting candle. Debra Watson, reporter. Sweeties Blue Birds. The Sweeties met Monday, March 20 with all members present. The •business meeting was held first. Donna Nagel furnished the lunch. The meeting time was spent creating Easter baskets. The leaders treated the group by filling the baskets with grass, fuzzy chicks and jelly bean eggs. TlH' next meeting will be held on Monday, April 3. INITIATE NEW V. F. W. AUXILIARY MEMBERS The V. F. W. Auxiliary social meeting was held March 20 in the V. F. W. rooms at Memorial Hall with 25 members present. The following new members wore initiated: Mrs. Virgil Martins, Mrs. Eldo Sander, Mrs. Lyle lUickdaschel and Mrs. Theodore Anderson. Five members were reinstated into the organization. They were: Mrs. Loren Leas, Mrs. William Staley, Mrs. Elsa Gossman, Mrs. Clifford Starkey and Mrs. Richard Cayton. Reports for the year were made out by the committees. Mrs. Lorenz F. Reinhardt and Mrs. Carrie Martin were in charge of serving. The next regular meeting will be on Monday. April 3 at which time there will be an installation of new officers. The serving committee for this meeting will be Mrs. Arbie Heckman and Mrs. Paul Lester. Announce Engagement PAULETTE HARRIS IS CAMP FIRE HOSTESS The Kiwanka group of Camp Fire Girls met March 20 after school. Paulette Harris was hostess. The girls decorated their ceremonial jackets and put them in Kramer's window for National Camp Fire Week, The next meeting will be April 3 with Kathy Handke as hostess. Stephanie Schroeder, scribe. MRS. E. C. MARSTON IS HOSTESS TO CLUB The Postville Monday Club met at the home of Mrs. E. C. Marston on March 20 with 21 members and one guest attending. The theme of the day's program was "Cornerstones for Living". Mrs. Vernon Gerieke discussed the subject of "Making Ends Meet." Mrs. M. F. Kiesau, substituting for Mrs. Arbe Behrens. read a paper on "Building a Better Community". The next regular meeting will be held Monday, March 27, at the home of Mrs. H. E. Roberts. FOOD IS TOPIC AT 4-H CLUB MEET The regular meeting of the Cherry Valley Chums 4-H Club was held at the home of Jean Ann Helium at 8:00 p. m. A table setting and a menu was used for roll call. Mary Chamberlain submitted her long-time record book so she will MOUS ANDS at RMEL'S — Dairy Brand A k 14 to 16 WHOLE or ^AlYlejf Pounds SHANK HALF lb. 49c k )UR'S — STAR 5 ib. $H 99 Can ™| |m What Am E*3» 5 ib. $H 99 Can ™| IGA — TABLERITE CANNED HAM 4 LB. CAN $3.49 GRADE A OVEN READY D-U-C-K-S 49c Ib. jjlREEN GIANT — 303 Can SREEN OR WAX BEANS FRENCH GREEN BEANS CREAM STYLE CORN 1IBLETS CORN, 12 oz. can .» cans TOCK — No. 2 Can lED APPLES . 2/49c 'BELL'S — hroom SOUP. 2/35c UND BAG — 5BURY FLOUR. $1.79 . WRY — Except Angel Food E MIXES . 4/$'..0O •FROZEN MES . 5/$1.00 BOY - 1AT0ES B £ ~ 24 Size rucE.. . ctn. 29c 2 for 25c OCEAN SPRAY — 303 Can Cranberry Sauce . 2/39c IGA — FIG BARS 2 lbs. 39c KRAFT — JET PUFF — 10 oz. Pkg. MARSHA1AL10WS 19c 400 COUNT — SC0TTIES 4 for $1.00 FROZEN — PERCH Ib. 29c 5 FOUND BAG — JUICE 0UKGIS 49c GOOD, FIRM — BANANAS . Ib. 10c tfoodl Postville, Iowa Margaret Smith Mr. and Mrs. Rodney I. Smith announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter, Margaret Dianne, to Edward L. Krambeer, son of Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer. A summer wedding is being planned. have a chance to go to the state 4-H camp at Madrid. Mary Chamberlain and Dorothy Kuhse gave a talk on meats, discussing kinds of meats and different ways of preparing them. Jean Ann Helium showed a quick way of preparing meat for unexpected company. Canned meat was used and was basted with orange juice. It was served in sandwiches for lunch, along with broccoli and stringed beans pre pared by Joann Koth. Mavis Smith gave a talk on diet and exercise for figure control. Each member brought a cookie to the meeting from a batch they had made. Members will each bring a piece of cake to the next meeting. Dorothy Kuhse, reporter. MRS. BRAINARD ENTERTAINS CLUB The. Post Franklin Study Club met at the home of Mrs. George Brainard on March 15 with 14 members and one guest, Mrs. Dale Brainard, present. Roll call, "What I Didn't' Accomplish this Winter", was answered by the members. The song, "The Old Gray Mare", was sung and the Club Womans Collect was repeated. Mrs. Thomas Vickery gave the devotion. Everyone present signed a "get well" card to send to Mrs. Arbe Behrens. A birthday song was sung for Mrs. Vernas Meyer. Mrs. Keith Brainard showed pictures and told of her trip to New Orleans and points south. At the close of the meeting a white elephant sale was held with Mrs. Harva Miller acting as auctioneer. A lunch was served by the hostess and co-hostess, Mrs. William Wullner. Junior Go-Getters Defeat Explorers Wednesday, March .22, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 BUSY BEES HAVE MARCH MEETING The Bloomfield Busy Bees 4-H Club met March 18 at the home of Nancy and Phyllis Livingood. Ruth Kugel, president, opened the meeting with the Pledge to the American Flag. Roll call was answered by 17 members telling a new vegetable they plan to eat. A demonstration on "How to Make Cheese Sandwiches" was given by Nancy and Phyllis Livin good; and one on "Variety of Apples for Eating and Cooking" was given by Carol Hawkins. Jean Liv ingood gave a talk on "Places of Vegetables in Our Diet". Follow ing the meeting a lunch was served by the hostesses and their mother. The next meeting will be held April 15 at the home of Lou Ann Tieskoetter. Sally Koenig, reporter. The Junior basketball team of the Grand Meadow Go-Getters 4-H Club achieved a record of three wins and one loss when they de feated the Explorers by a score of 55 to 46. Rex Carlson and Wayne Miene were the top scorers with 20 points each while Mark Zieman was second with 10 points. The special activity meeting of the club will be held Friday night March 24. Myra Heins, reporter. MUSIC TESTS Group tests to measure musical talent were developed at The State University of Iowa in the early 1900's by psychologist Carl E. Seashore. Designed to measure potential ability rather than achievement in music, the tests still are widely used in schools around the world. Herald Want Ads bring results. Accessories to Complete Your EASTER WARDROBE PURSES . . . White and Colors. JEWELRY . . . 'to Match every Costume. HEADBANDS AND CLIPS . . . Colorful. DRESS GLOVES NECK SCARFS . . . in White and Colors. KRAMER'S Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer HERALD WANT ADS BRING RESULTS4 lllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllll! OUR FAMILY — LEGION AUXILIARY The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will be held in the iLegion rooms at Memorial Hall on Wednesday, March 29, at 2:30 p. m. Members are asked to bring needles, thread and thimble so that they can sew carpet rags at this meeting. They are also reminded to contact Mrs. Leslie Lawson or the unit secretary if they plan to attend the tea. to be given by the Camp Fire Girls on Saturday, March 25, at 2:00 p. m. eososooosQeoeosiseoeecoeq Ask To See Our Complete WEDDING INVITATION LINE RAISED LETTERING or REGULAR PRINT with a choice of over 50 styles. Priced From *8 00 per 50 *12 00 per 100 Also .... RECEPTION CARDS DINNER CARDS NAPKINS and THANK YOU NOTES Prompt Delivery. Guaranteed Accuracy. 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