Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 13, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY IS, 1946. THE P0STV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE; IOWA. PAGE FIVE. appwmq/i St. Paul's Luther League Will Go To Gunder Sunday. The Luther Lcuguc of St. Paul's Lutheran church of Postville will be gliosis of the Murlon Luther League of Guilder on Sunday evening, February 17. at 7:30 p. m. The following pro- nnim will be given by members of the Marion Luther League. Hymn—"Open Now Thy Gates of Henuly." "Scripture Rending—Edna Loftsgard. "Living for Jesus"—Marion Choir. First Speaker, On Baptism—Arlene Hanson. "Jesus Calls Us"—Boys' Quartet. Second Speaker, The Lord's Supper —Marlon Olson. Vocal Solo, "Where Pastures Green Invite"—Roselln Opsand. Third Speaker, The Lord's Supper- l.avanda Bergan. Hymn—"Abide With Me." The Lord's Prayer. Doxology. After the program there will be a Mjcinl hour and lunch will be served in the church parlors. The Herman Kohnkes Given Farewell Party. Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohnke and family were given another farewell party last Saturday evening by neighbors and friends, as the Kohnke family is soon to leave this community when they move to a farm near Manly. The evening was spent playing cards 1 and at midnight a picnic lunch was served from the baskets of food brought by the guests. In attendance at the party were Mr. and Mrs. George Ruff, Marion, Elsie and Enge of National; Albrccht Eiting of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. John Osterle, Eugene and Ruby of Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. George Wegert and Helen of Clayton; Mr: and Mrs. Emll Trede of Clayton; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Horns, William and Erwin of Farmersburg; Mr. and Mrs. William Buerger, Helen, Willie and Therese of Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. John Mangels and Irene qX Forest Mills; Mr. and Mrs. George Glock, Harold and Rosalie. Mrs. Fred Gruhn and Paul and Grctchen, and Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Hartman and Susie. Honor Marian Hammond At Birthday Party. Miss Marian Hammond was honored at a birthdny parly Friday evening at the Kenneth Koth home. She received a number of gifts. The evening was spent playing games and cards. At midnight a lunch was served. Those present wore, Mr. and Mrs. Herb Schlittcr and fumily of Monona; Merle Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Eldrcd Schlitter, Dean Hammond. Mrs. John Mangels and Irene, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Allen, Milo Hammond, Fred and Ruth Miller, Hilery and Arleta Heins, Arlene Schullz, Luther Heins, Bernice Brainard, Roy Bachtell and Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Koth and family. SCHOOL NEWS. Club of the Hour Meets With Mrs. C. M. Peterson. Give the Lorenz Kuhses Farewell Party on Friday. Friends and relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Kuhsc gave these people a surprise farewell party at their home Friday liight. the Kuhse family having decided to move to their new home south of t.uana on Friday of this. week. The guests brought baskets of food for a picnic dinner which was served at midnight after the evening had been spent playing cards. Attending the party were Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dlckman and Merle. Dean unci Donna Mae. Mr. and Mrs. Lowell Ki>x, Ronald and Juanita. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dettman. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Uettman ttnd David, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kuhse and Milo, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot lleusman, Eugetie, Shirley and Marilyn. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schutte, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe and Inez, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Blumhagen and Leon, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Block. Marvin, Lyle, Curtis and Eileen. Farm Bureau Farmerettes Meet With Mary Martins. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson included Miss Marie Lawson of West All is. Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Lawson. • 1 v FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST WHITE PINE COUGH rA p SYRLT tlUC 4 -WAY COLD 1Q/» TABLETS lt/l/ riiiLLirs MILK prn~ MAGNESIA t)Ul> MIN1T -RUB— £ftf» For Chest Colds tJUl/ oweevfli the original air deodorant Banish basement odor.' v Inilontly. clean air i stale dampness ar other odori. A It quick iprayt of Initant iggm Sweit-AIro keeps ban- //ft ^l*// n-.nl ol, frag.ant. I ^Mf u .„.,i.« Mm//IJ j& Alomlxr Eitra ^^H [fir Oil. Cottar Pin* or Oriental HARRIET AYEIt HANI) S"| 00 CREAM, Double Size POND'S FACE e(\ n POWDER tlVV FITCH'S SKIN PEP Shaving Lotion UO\> DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where quality Counts" Eighteen members answered roll call by naming a war correspondent when the Club of the Hour met at the home of, Mrs. C. M. Peterson Monday. The lessqn on "The Life uf Ernie Pyle" was conducted by Mrs. Paul Waters, and following the meeting Hearts was played, with Miss Merle Bruene winning top honors. Refreshments were served by the program committee. Mrs. Laurence Hofer will be the hostess when the club meets next, on Monday, February 25. Firemen's Stag Party To be Held February 23. The Grand Meadow Farm Bureau Farmerettes met at the home of Mary Jane Martins last week where they answered roll call by giving their favorite valentine verse. Mrs. Martins and children and Dorothy Hubacher were guests of the group. During the program, the club sang several numbers; La Vonne Faber read an article on clothing; Mrs. Backhaus gave a paper on "How to be'a Better 4-H Member;" Marilyn Backhaus presented a paper on "How to be a Better Vice President." and Delia Martins' paper dealt with "How to be a Better Reporter." The club rag doll. Mary Lou, was given to Marilyn Marling whose name was drawn, and a valentine exchange followed. The members then darned socks and afterward played games. A lunch was served by Mrs. Martins and it was announced that the next meeting would be held at the home of Jane Panneke on March 16. The semi-annual stag party of the Postville Volunteer Fire Department for ex-flremen and friends will be held in the basement of Memorial Hall on Saturday evening, February 23, it was announced by the committee in charge this morning. Pledges Sorority. A news bulletin from the University of Dubuque says: "Miss Marilyn Miller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Earl Miller of Dubuque, has pledged to the Gamma Phi Delta sorority here. Gamma Phi Delta is one of the four sororities at Dubuque and will initiate its pledges February 23. Miss Miller is now enrolled as a sophomore at the University and is taking a liberal arts course." Hospital Auxiliary Will Meet Saturday. The Postville Hospital Auxiliary will meet at Memorial Hall on Saturday evening at 8:00 o'clock. Everyone interested in the hospital is urged to attend this important meeting. Mrs. Frank F. Hangartner is president of the Auxiliary and Mrs. Henry V. Steele is the secretary. School of Instruction. The regular monthly meeting of the Eastern Stars will be held Monday, February 18 at eight o'clock. At 1:15 in the afternoon, Mrs. Ruth Claxton of Fayette will hold the annual school! to of instruction. A silver offering to be | dictionary. received at the evening meeting will go for the hospital section of the O. E. S. home at Boone. (Continued from page one) ings in dramatic; Rosella Opsand, competing with'the II ratings in dramatic: Vivian Osmundson, competing with III ratings In dramatic; Corrine Rypes- tol who was competing with the II ratings in oratorical. The other Postville contestants re- 1 ceived a III rating. Junion High News. The pupils had an extra special pep meeting lust Friday in Junior High. The cheerleaders led some peppy, yells and the seventh grade put on a clever skit for them. They also sang their new loyalty song. It must have helped too; as you know, their team won the county tournament. The words to the new loyalty song were written by Miss Esther Hoth and Miss Margaret Corkery. The song is written to the tune of "The Army Air Corps." The words to the song arc: Here we arc ready to boost our players, Loyal Hearts, forever to shine. Let us keep Junior High colors flying, At 'em. boys; show 'em your fight! Rah! Rah! Rah! Never down; always an upward spirit, Fight on boys; give them your best. We strive to win and keep our name, For nothing can stop the Junior High Team ! Mrs. Herman Schutta substituted last Thursday and Friday for Miss Hoth while she was away attending the state teachers' convention in Des Moines. Sixth Grade News. The class brought bundles last week for the clothing drive. They had two visitors in school recently. Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel and Mrs. Harold Rima. They hope they will come again. Fifth Grade News. The history class is making a frieze. It will tell the story of white men moving into the Indian's hunting grounds. It will show how the white men killed the buffalo that were so important to the Indians. And, finally, it 'will show the Indians on their way to a reservation provided for them by the United States Government. Every child is striving to develop the work-study skills. Most of the boys and girls have learned how to choose the important ideas in a lesson and put them in a good outline. They can define new words and phrases by reading the sentence or paragraph. This skill will assist the children in later years in that they will not have look up each new word in the Many of the children can Mrs. Harvey Christofferson visited third grade last week. Second Grade News. The second grade has brought a number of bundles for the clothing drive. Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel was a recent visitor in the second grade. They are having a spelling test every Thursday morning over the four preceding weeks' lessons. They had a test in numbers Tuesday which included telling time, thought 1 problems, mixed combinations and carrying. First Grade News. Visitors this week were Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and Mrs. Walter Eberling on Tuesday, and Mrs. John Falb last Thursday. In the Jolly Number Books they have had several exercises to teach the meaning of '.i this week. They now know what one-half of a number means. For. art the class has continued to work on their aprons that the pupils are making from newspapers. But they have also made a number of valentines and are enjoying doing this when they finish their assigned work itinM«i I mmmmmmmm mm § At the Elevator § S3 • WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE - - of - GRASS SEED ON HAND I i • i • i i m m m m El ! Hall Roberts' Son! Postville, Iowa 'uinBiMimiini Butter-Kist SALTINE CRACKERS €'!f Schulze ami Burch OVEN FRESH-EXTRA THIN MORE CRACKERS TO THE BOX We have these crackers fresh at all times in half- and one-pound boxes Try them with Betty Crocker Vegetable Noodle Soup Glenn Jarmes Grocery Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa St. Paul's Church Council Elects Officers For Year. Camp Fire Girls. The Okihi Camp Fire Girls met at the home of Diane Douglass on Thursday. A short business meeting was held, after which the girls sang songs and played games. A lunch was served by Mrs. Douglass. A valentine party will be held Thursday at the home of Marilyn Severn by the group. At a meeting of the Council of St. Paul's Lutheran church, held on Monday evening Arthur Baltz was elected president for the year, other officers being W. L. Meyer, vice president; Harold Schroeder. secretary; Glenn Olson, treasurer; Clarence C. Hoth, benevolence t reasurer. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and family were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schullz and daughters, Joan and Dellene of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Karl Erb of Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Emil Lempke of Lu- anii, and Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meyer, Rodger and Donna, were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs Koth and family. Kenneth The Naomi Past Noble Grands Club will meet at the home of Mrs. A. J Phillips in this city on Thursday eve- February 21, at 7:30 o'clock. ning. NOTICE—Owing to the length of "WEEK END AT THE WALDORF" at the Iris Theatre, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday, February 17, 18 and 19, (Two hours and forty minutes) there will be two shows on Sunday night, at 7:00 and 9:30 P. M.; but one show only at 8:00 I*. M. on Monday and Tuesday nights. Rebekahs to Meet. Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, will hold their regular meeting Thursday evening of this week, with the follow ing on the serving committee: Mr. and Mrs. J. H. W. Schroeder, Mrs. Wm. H. Weihe, Miss Hattie Weihe, Mrs. Walter Meyer. NOTICE—Owing to the length of "WEEK END AT THE WALDORF" at the Iris Theatre, Sunday, Monday and Tuesday. February 17, 18 and 19, (Two hours and forty minutes) there will be two shows on Sunday night, at 7:00 and 9:30 P. M.; but one show- only at 8:00 P. M. on Monday and Tuesday nights. skim a lesson quickly and still acquire the information given. These skills, plus many others, are being stressed in all subjects. It is I very important that all children acquire these abilities. Fourth Grade News. On the bulletin board is a chalk scene that the children drew about a story from their readers. The story is about a tlock of Canada geese under the leadership of a wise old gander, "Gray Wing," and his mate, "Nika." They have also made all-over designs, consisting of Lincoln and Washington silhouettes cut from black paper, and cherry twigs from red and blue paper. Donna Gulsvig celebrated her birth! day the past week. Treats were enjoyed by the class. Third Grade News. After a study of aids to use in working story problems, these pupils wrote the best tests in mixed addition and subtraction written examples: Eugene Winter, Yvonne Schultz, Fritz Palas, Francis Nelson, Jerry Klingbeil and Myrna Christofferson. Richard Elliott and Janis Christofferson brought toy telephones for use in the unit study of telephoning during language classes. PRELIMINARY SPEECH CONTEST Iowa High School Speech Association MONDAY, FEBRUARY 18 at 8:00 o'clock P. M. Postville High School Gymnasium ADMISSION— Adults—30c High School—20c Grades—15c (ACTIVITY TICKETS DO NOT COVER THIS.) DRY GOODS Specials MEN'S OVERALL PANTS Waist Size 34 to 40 INFANTS' WHITE DRESSES $1.40 to $1.70 CHICK STARTER IN NEW FORM ANNOUNCED! CARGILL Introduces Improved Storter that's CRUMBLIZED for Easy Eating An important advance in the science of chick feeding has just been announced by Cargill. A new form of chick starter has been developed that provides chicks with easy-to-eat food bits sized just as nature intended. Not a mash . . . not a pellet . . . Cargill says "It's Crumblized*"! COMING— Carload of FEEDING OATMEAL and PULVERIZED OATS — for — YOONG PIGS INFANTS' SWEATERS $1.50 to $2.19 CRIB BLANKETS — 36 x 50 $1.00 to $2.18 The new type Cargill starter incorporates the same famous formula that has made Cargill such a favorite with poultry raisers. The "crumblized*" process makes it better than ever. Not too fine, not too large, chicks can eat more in less time. There is no danger of ' clogged beak trouble, often caused by fine floury feeds. There is less waste. Since each mouthful is a virtual blend of all food values, it helps assure a more nearly balanced diet for all chicks. Greedy chicks can't pick out (he choice ingredients ... so all the chicks benefit. Cargill Crumblized* Chick Starter is packed in colorful,cotton print sacks. Get a supply before your new chicks arrive. ^Trademark NEW SPRING HAND BAGS $1.98 to $14.48 COSTUME JEWELRY 69c to 98c HOUNDS TOOTH CHECK COATING Heavy Weight — 60 in. Wide $3.98 per yard FarmersStore I Luhrnan & Huebner VOSTVKXE, IOWA Note: Exceptional demand expected —but nation-wide protein shortage will limit supplies. Book your season's needs early. We'll do our best to take care of as many customers as possible. Get your CARGILL CrumbUzecl* Chick Starter from The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa

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