Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 30, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 30, 1946
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INESDAY, JANUARY 30, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. 0 appemnqt Henry E. Schraders ^ |0bserve 50th Wedding. nnd Mrs. Henry E. Scliradcr, pknown retired farmers of Luana, observe their golden wedding Iversary in the St. John's Lutheran gch parlors In Luana on next Mon- amily dinner will be served at clock and open house for friends fi couple wilt be held from 7:00 to ^o'clock in the church parlors, ie couple were married February at the home of Mrs. Schroder's ts near Monona. They established Jphome on a farm in Wagner'town- J||on what was Mr. Schrader's par- mMLfarrn, where they lived for two jpl. Then they bought a farm in 'otiOnn township whereon they lived 'pj^SS years. Upon retirement at that ifcthey moved to Luana which place jhaa^been their home for the past 15 ..^•Mrj 1 Schrader -was born in Wagner NUSti^r&hip March 3, 1871, and his wife o -'sSvas torn in Monona township Septem- ;jf»bcir^2, 1871. They are the parents of t wo' sons, Eldo and Elmer, and they ftVS^flvc grandchildren, Eileen, Mar.' >Vin, '.Ronald, Beverly and LaVern • ,JjSchrader. ^Announce Engagement t)f Miss Irene Everman. The Reuben Svendsens Given Farewell Party. ;MI\J11 ffiTnlly who are soon moving from the Verni Englc farm near Postville Junction to the Harley Radloff farm near Gunder were Mr. Svendsen is employed, were given a Jarcwell party last Wednesday evening! - ] The evening was jspenr playing 500 and prizes were awarded to Lorna Luebka, traveling; Mrs. Wilbur Thornton and Joe Muchow, high; Johnny Bakewell and Mrs. Harvey Jarms, low. At midnight a picnic lunch was served. Those attending were: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Luebka and Lorna, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarms and Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Dahms, Henry Duwe, Alfred Ehler and Dorothy and Beatrice, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schave, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Thornton, Jimmy, Michael and Keith, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muchow and Norma Jean; Merlin Hansmeier of Ludlow; Mrs. Verni Engle, Mr. and Mrs. Johnny Bakewell and Jackie of Clermont. SCHOOL NEWS. The Postville lads were defeated last Thursday night after the activities Banquet on the home floor by Waukon with the final count being 33 to 20. Postville started out at a fast pace, making six points which was soon caught up to by the Waukon lads, with the score at the end of eight minutes of play 7 to 6. Waukon continued piling the baskets in throughout the half, so that the halftime score was 23 to 12. Resuming their play after the half, both teams added five points to their former scores. This left the score at the end of the third quarter 27 to 17. During the final quarter the Pirates made a wholehearted attempt to build their score, making nine of their 20 points during the last eight minutes of play. High point man for the Pirates was Marston with eight markers, while Rose led the scoring for Waukon with ten points. This was avenged the next night when the Postville Pirates' "B" team defeated the Waukon "B" team here in a fast game to the tune of 24 to 23. High man for Postville was Rodney Anderson with five points while Gene Lindbloom led the Waukon team with Kitchen Training School To Be Held At Monona. •>:• Mr. nnd Mrs. William Everman of Postville announce the approaching marriage of their daughter, Irene 'Helena 1607 Fifth avenue SE, to Hubert '/Mounce, son of H. D. Mounce of Al- jburhett. The wedding will take place |Feb. 21 at the First Lutheran church .In Cedar Rapids, says the Gazette of $hat city. Miss Everman, a graduate of the ;:1*?ostviile high school, has been em- Jployed ot the Eddy Paper company. A •Itraduate of the Alburnett high school, >!lir. Mounce was recently discharged .from the army. He is now employed >}SA the. Iowa Electric Light and Power company in Cedar Rapids. .Camp Fire Girls Meet. The, Okihi Camp Fire Girls met in ?ithe science room at the school house ; last Thursday. J'There was a short meeting, following ^whicli the girls were arranged in -groups for collecting for the March of 'jpimes. The next meeting will be held Rjiit'the school house. » \ V FOR YOUR ^SHOPPING LIST &NACIN, .SjPain Tablets.. 25c 'MBNIT RUB, PA --For Chest Colds tJUt, GROVES COLD '^"••TABLETS 35c ,BAYER'S ASPIRIN, . /MO Tablets 75c PEPTO-BISMOL, >iFor upset stomach.. Soothing, fthroot eating IYALYPTUS COUGH SYRUP it* phlegm, lootent hroa» congestion— t°.35c-75c fANA TOOTH Kft/» IMPASTE, QUI JflTAMS HAIR Kftrt I TONIC 0111/ |REP SHAVING PA LOTION OUC JLTRA HAND LOTION P » A _ Pull Vint Ovt. FITCH SHAMPOO, f ?Q_ - Dandruff Remover -tJJ/C DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" The second series of training schools on "Kitchen Arrangement" will be held at the City Hall, Monona, Wednesday, February 6. Miss Fannie Gannon, extension service specialist, will present the material and information in regard to "Kitchen Arrangement." The training school will start at 10:00 a. m. and close at 3:30 p. m. Lunch arrangements will be the same as for past meetings; bring a school lunch or plan to eat out, whichever you desire. This training school on "Kitchen Arrangement" should be very interesting. Miss Gannon will have information on the new equipment and ideas for kitchens arid it will be very much worth while. Has Surprise Party On Birthday Anniversary. Henry Heusman was given a sur prise party last Tuesday night by neighbors and friends at the family home east of town, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. A lunch was served from baskets brought by the guests after the evening had been spent playing cards. Mr. and Mrs Walter Sander received high honors and Murtis Sander and Dwane Su ckow, low. The high traveling prizes were won by Leonard Thoma, Mrs. Richard Suckow, Mrs. Henry V. Steele and Elliot Heusman. Club Women Make Plans For Centennial Pageant. Mrs. George Tjaden, Mrs. Truman Overeen, Mrs. Elmer Weihe and Mrs Mack Peterson, representing the vari ous women's clubs of Postville, were at Waukon Tuesday afternoon to attend a meeting of representatives of the Federated Women's Clubs of the county. Plans were discussed for arranging a pageant to be presented in the county this year in commemoration of the 100th anniversary of Iowa statehood. Club of the Horn- Meets With Mrs. Sander. Meeting at the home of Mrs. Elmer Sander Monday evening was the Club of the Hour, the 20 members present answering roll call by giving a current news item on China. Mrs. Truman Overeen reviewed the book, "The Soong Sisters" by Emily Hahn, and it was announced that the next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs, C. M. Peterson on February 11. Local Teacher To Speak At State Safety Meeting. Miss Florence Hoth will be in Des Moines Thursday and Friday where she will appear on the state safety program, her assigned topic being, "Investment in Attitudes for Self. Preservation." Principal of the junior high school in Postville, Miss Hoth is district chairman in the safety program. There will be a special meeting of Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, at Odd Fellows hall Thursday evening of this week, when the degree will be coil' ferred on a class of candidates from Postville, Rossville and Waukon by the local lodge. Refreshments will be served after the meeting to members and the guests expected here from the other lodges. Mr, and Mrs. Starr Baade of Monona Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sebastian and daughter, Judy, of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs, Lyle Sebastian .of Luana were guests Saturday evening in uie home of their parents, Mr. and Mrs, William Sebustlan, in this city. That date marked the wedding anniversary of Mr, and Mrs. Sebastian. Mr, and Mrs. E. L, Simpson and family and Emmet Holgerson of Wnv erly, and Mr. and Mrs,. Everett SchllV ter of Monona were dinner guests Sun day In the Mrs. Clara Helgerson home. 13 points. The same night the Junior High team "showed them how" when they took the county seat lads team by a score of 23 to 9. Eugene Rima was high man for the inning team with ten points. County Tournament Begun. < The Allamakee county 1946 basketball tournament is being held this eek at Waukon high school gym and will carry through to February 1, having begun January 28. The Pirates last night met Water- ille while the winner of this contest will meet the winner of the Lansing I. C. Lansing game Thursday night, with the final round being played Friday night. The Junior High team will play the winner of the Waukon-Waterville contest Wednesday night, with the final round coming Friday night. Hot Lunch Menu. Miss Merle Bruene announces the following hot lunch menu for the week beginning February 11: Monday, goulash, butter sandwiches, apples and milk; Tuesday, creamed peas and ham, carrot sticks, butter sandwiches and milk; Wednesday, creamed potatoes, buttered corn, ham salad sandwiches and milk; Thursday, macaroni, hamburger and tomato, lettuce sandwiches, oranges and milk; Friday, baked beans, cabbage salad, butter sandwiches and milk. Tri-City Dcclam Contest. The annual tri-city declam contest, . which West Union, Decorah and Postville participate, will be held in the three places on Monday, Feb. 11. Those from here who will go to Decorah are: Rose Marie Meyer, Humorous I; Corine Rypestol, Oratorical II, and Vivian Osmundson, Dramatic III. Those going to West Union are Russell Harris, Oratorical I; Rosella Op- sand, Dramatic II, and Joan Haltmeyer, Humorous III. The other three contestants, Margret Buddenberg, Dramatic I; Jean Douglass, Humorous II; and Mary Thornton, Oratorical III; will stay here in Postville to compete against the candidates of the other towns who will come here. Honor Roll Addition. Joan ChristofTerson's name should have been included last week in the group of freshmen who qualified for the honor roll for the third six weeks' period. Activities Banquet a Success. Last Thursday evening Postville held ts fifth annual Activities Banquet with 477 people being served. A full account of the banquet is carried elsewhere in today's Herald. The students wish to extend their thanks to the Commercial Club for making this banquet possible and may you all be back next year. One-Act Plays Chosen. Miss Doris Allred, dramatic coach at H. S., has been busy the past waek casting plays and finding time to rehearse them. The plays will be presented February 13. The plays which she has chosen are, "The Purple Door Knob," by W, P. Eaton, "No Curtain Calls," by John Rand, and "Who Gets the Car Tonight," by Chris Sergei. The first is an all-girl piny, the second has an ull-boy cast, and the third has a mixed cast. Tumblers Enlarge Group. Many students responded to the announcement given In the high school assembly last Friday for tryouts for six more tumblers. Sorry guys—only girls arc eligible. The six students selected were DeEUa Buraas, Sally Ruckdaschel, Joan Haltmeyer, Murtis Sander, Clarlne Olson and Agnes Szabo. These girls were required to turn somersaults, Hips, backward rolls, and then were judged by the six original (timbers on their possibilities to do these fundamentals. It will be up to the six original tumblers—Lorraine Brown, Violet Gordanlcr, Eileen Winter, Beatrice Turner, Ruth Elaine Green and Joyce Hangartner—to train these new girls into shape. The twelve tumblers will be tumbling together In the near future, as soon as programs can be worked out. Campus Singers Entertain. With the theme song, "Play Gypsies, Dance Gypsies," the high school students were entertained by a half hour musical program by the Campus Singers of the University of Dubuque last Wednesday. The group consisted of nine girls, including two featured soprano soloists. Some of their outstanding numbers were "Ciribiribin," "Pale Moon," "O Lord Most Holy," "Lover Come Back To Me," and "Neopolltan Nights." Signs of disappointment were given by the whole assembly as they heard their theme song once again, and not because they were sorry that they weren't taking up more of their basketball time, either. The singers were greatly enjoyed by all and the applause of the student body would have had several encores if they would have been supplied. Normal Training. This week the Normal Training department was presented with a flag in recognition of their achievement during the period covering the eighth War Loan Drive. The county chairman for stamps and bonds, Mr. W. A. Knecland, received two flags dropped with allied men in enemy territory which were to be given to the rural and town school selling the most stamps and bonds during the period. Postville rated highest in the town schools in Allamakee county. The flag is of white silk, with the reproduction of the Chinese flag at the top. Below this, written in Chinese is, "This is to certify that the wearer of this flag is a member of the air force of the United States who has come to China to help win the war. It is our honorable request that all Chinese military personnel and civilians reserve him when in danger and render him due assistance and protection." Music Contest. Both the instrumental and vocal music departments of Postville high school arc beginning to get ready for the music contest which will be held in the spring. There will be quite a few soloists in both departments, and Mr. Kenneth Hennessy and Miss Constance Smeby have been hunting for new music for the soloists. week. He treated the second grade to suckers. In numbers they are having drill on the addition and subtraction facts. Thursday they had a test over the last four weeks spelling words. They will have such a test every Thursday morning. One student, Douglas Ruckdaschel, has a perfect record in spelling for the year. Third Grade News. Third grade used the microscope Tuesday during their study of plants in science. "A Rabbit Goes Sailing," was chosen as the pupils' favorite original story written for Wednesday's language period. It was Francis Nelson's story. A make-believe radio was constructed by Richard Elliott, Eugene Winter and Francis Nelson. It is to be used 03 an aid to good oral interpretation and clear pronunciation in speaking and reading. MAI) COW. The quiet and decorum of State Center was interrupted briefly one Sunday morning recently, when a cow bolted loose at the stockyards and went prancing through the east end of town. Her conduct was such that it was finally concluded she had gone mad. Griz Gray came to the rescue ot local residents, shot the rampaging bovine. Kingcrgartcn. We have been listening to new records this week. Some of them were of rhymes and one day they had the story of Little Black Sambo. We arc also beginning to learn to write the "A B C's." First Grade. We completed the primer, "Jolly Numbers," and have started working in Book One. Kenneth Hennessy had a birthday on Thursday and brought treats to school for the class. Attention Mothers !—For the benefit of all of you, those who have visited school as well as those who haven't, I am planning to send notes home with two or three children at a time inviting you to visit one whole afternoon. By doing this you will be able to observe the grade as a whole and a little of almost every subject they have. It will also give me a chance to meet those of you whom I haven't and discuss the children with you. I hope that the ones who have visited school before will sec an improvement over the last time and further development of the children. Ihope it will be convenient for all of you to come. The days will be Tuesdays and Thursdays.—Miss Audrey Plath. Second Grade News, Marlin Pausch had a birthday this DANCE Sponsored by Postville Lodge, No. 707, LO.O.F. Saturday, Febr'y 2 at Memorial Hall — Postville Music By SKIPPER BERG and his ORCHESTRA Forget your cares and worries while you dance to the sweet rhythm of this popular band. POSTVILLE GUN & RIFLE CLUB IS SPONSORING A FOX HUNT SUNDAY, FEB. 3 All interested persons are to meet at 1:00 p. m. sharp at Memorial' Hall with shotguns only. (No rifles will be permitted.) THIS C 'I WEEK'S Specials Men's Winter Union Suits Long Sleeves Long Legs Cotton at $1.98 25% Wool at $2.98 NEW SCATTER RUGS $3.80 and $3.98 Girls' Flannel Pajamas Sizes 8 to 16 $1.90 Please Register this week for your NYLON HOSE A limited supply will be available on the first of next week. Fresh shipments of both MOTHERS BEST and TOWN CRIER FLOUR in printed bags have just been received. $2.49 per bag The Farm Telephone No. 231 S* ore I Luhman & Huebner ers Postville, Iowa

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