Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 27, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY 27, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVB. appemtuu Home Garden Club Meets At Mrs. H. Radloff Home. Irene, Everman Weds \ Hubert Mounce Thursday. " Miss Irene Evermnn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Willlnm Everman (if Pustville, and Hubert Mounce of Al- burnctt were united in marriage Inst Tluirsdny nfternoon nl four o'clock in the First Lutheran church in Cedar limpid!." "\ Mies ""Grace Thomson served as bridesmaid and Verle EUcr was best man to the bridegroom. The bride was attired in a gray suit with black accessories and her corsage was of red roses and hyacinths. Her bridesmaid wore an aqua dress with black accessories and her corsage was of yellow roses. The mothers wore corsages of white carnatious. The bride's father gave the bride away at the ceremony. A dinner and reception was held in the Roosevelt" hotel in Cedar Rapids utter the ceremony, after which the couple left on a honeymoon trip to Chicago. Mrs. Mounce is a graduate of Postville high school and for several years has been in the employ of the Eddy Taper Company in Cedar Rapids. Mr. Mounce. a graduate of Alburnett high school and a discharged war veteran, is employed by the Iowa Power and Light Co.. in Cedar Rapids, which city will be their home. Mr. and Mrs. William Everman and Pauline and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis and son, Jerry, Mrs. Gordon Lawson and Mrs. Clinton Meyer of Postville, Miss Bernita Hangartner of Iowa City, Mrs. Earl Chamberlain and Miss Barbara Brainard of Cedar Rapids were among the guests at the wedding Thursday. Club of the Hour Aids Hospital Nursery. The Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Laurence Hofer with IB members answering roll call by naming a United States Scnn- tor. Mrs. Nciling Thoma gave a review of the life of the late Senator George A. Norris. The next meeting will be held on Monday evening. March 11. at the home of Miss Florence Moth. Several years ago this club decided to do some community service work and at that time chose as their project the nursery at the local hospital. Each year since then the club has been furnishing articles to that department of the hospital. Last year the hospital decided to furnish all clothing worn by infants while at the hospital, so the club decided to furnish most of the material for that project. During the past few weeks club members have been making and purchasing finished articles for the nursery. At a recent meeting they mended the worn articles in the nursery department. From time to time individuals have been donating used items of clothing to the nursery The Grand Meadow Township Home Gurdon Club met at the home of Mrs. J Hnrley Radloff last Wednesday with eleven members answering roll call by giving their views on "Paper or Painted Walls—and Why?" The group sang "There's Music in the Air" to open their program which included n Scripture reading by Mrs. Milo Jacobia; the hymn, "America, The Beautiful;" thought for the day by Mrs. Ray Jacobia; song, "Taps." A paper was given on "Articles Too Good to Keep" and the project lesson, Remodeling the Kitchen," was given by Mrs. Milton Monlux. Members present at the meeting were Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. John Eno, Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs.'Harry Landt, Mrs. Wm. Luepker, Mrs. Leska Martens, Mrs. La Vern Meyer, Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Harley Radloff, Mrs. Mclvin Raldoff, and one .guest, Mrs. Reuben Svendsen. Mrs. Harry Landt will be the hostess for the March meeting. The club ladies entertained their families at a card party on Valentine's Day, at the Vern Hupfer home, but because of the bad weather only two families ventured out, the Hurley Radloff and Harry Landt families. Miss Marlene Martens Has Birthday Party. Marlene Martens, daughter of Mr. Mr. and Mrs. L. Welzel Observe 35th Wedding Day. Observing their 35lh wedding anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel entertained a group of relatives and friends at their home last Friday evening. The group played cards and at midnight Mrs. Welzel served a supper. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Henry Oldag. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oldag. Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and daughters. Joan and Dellene, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruckdasehel, Mr. and Mrs. Will Willman, Mr. and Mrs. Will Baltz. and Mrs. John C. Martens, was ten j M r mu i Mrs. Henry Heusman and Mr. years old Saturday, so she entertained ; ;i | U l Mrs. Emil Aulerich. the following at a party at her home: • Marilyn Severn, Diane Douglass, Kath- l T ,. , . T , , ryn Faib. Peggy Kerr, Carol Ann; Birthday Dinner Party. ; Schutte, Melvina Nuchring. Mary j Mrs. llerold Paulsen and Mrs. Geo. Dresser, Yvonne Schultz. Harriett ' 13. Welzel entertained the following j guests at dinner Sunday in< honor of ; Mr. Paulsen's birthday anniversary: ' Mr. and Mrs. Fred Funk of Monona; i Mr. and Mrs. I.orenz Pape and Linda | noon, after which a lunch was served ! Kay. and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Welzel [ to the guests by Mrs. Martens, assisted i of Luuna; Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gilster, Mayer. Ann Spencer, Donna Schultz. David KiestUL Susan Ann Braun, Eu| ilora SchultzT^ Games'Were played during the after by Miss Darlene Voelz. I Donald. Anita and Louis of Castalia; ! Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paulsen and Hili da and Harvey of Postville. Local Camp Fire Girls Have Anniversary Party. The Okihi Camp Fire Girls celebrated their anniversary party last Thursday evening at 7:30 o'clock. The mothers were special guests at the party. A program was given by the girls. Nancy Kneeland played a piano solo; a Camp Fire play was given by the girls; the last number on the program was a flute solo by Janice Schroeder. After the program a lunch was served to the girls and their mothers by Mrs. Kvam. The next meeting will be held on Thursday after school at the school house. Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag Get Wedding Day Surprise. Honoring their 33rd wedding anniversary, a group of relatives and friends gave Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag n surprise party at their Grand Meadow 'township home Sunday evening. The evening was spent at card playing and at midnight a supper, prepared by Mrs, Milton Oldag and Libbie Schultz, was served to the group. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Leo Hcins and family, Charles Hclns, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and family, Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon and Jeanne, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Folsom, Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. Orvillo Wirkler, Mrs. Amanda Schierholz, Mrs. Helen Moon, the Misses Elsa, Elelka and Libbie Schultz, and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag. Lutheran Welfare Group Relected All Its Officers SHORTER COOKING TIME MAKES CREAMY CUSTARD Making a creamy, smooth stirred custard is thought to be something of a feat, because as often as not, the custard curdles for seemingly no reason at all. If you understand the reason for curdling, however, it is easy enough to prevent. Iowa State College home economists say that as the egg and milk mixture is heated, a gelatin-like substance forms, producing the custard. If the heat is held too long or the temperature becomes too high, the liquid separates from the curd. Unfortunately, as this point varies with the proportion of ingredients used, the quality of the eggs and the rate of cooking, no definite high temperature for custards can be given. But if the milk is warmed in advance, to reduce cooking time, and the custard is removed from the double boiler as sooti as it coats a metal spoon, there will seldom be a curdled custard in your kitchen. And be sure not to let the water boil in the double boiler. Today's Best Buy—Herald Want Ad. IT'S A NU-WAY IN CHICK FEEDING! Have Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Art Schlitter and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Rogers of Davenport, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Valley of La Crosse, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Schlitter and family of Sixteen were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Ellis and family. Entertain Guests. Sunday guests at the home of Mrs. George W. Hein and Mrs. Harlan Hein and children were Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman and family and Mr. and Mrs. I. T. Anderson of Waterloo, Mr. ind Mrs. Gus Wild of Lansing, and Mr. and Mrs. H. ,W. Meier of this city. When the Lutheran Welfare Society met at Decorah last week, reports presented some interesting figures. In 1945 the society gave 77,028 days' care to children and cared for 549 children. Twenty-six of these were cared for by the Decorah office. The group re-elected the 1945 officers: The Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig of Postville, president; the Rev. H. C. ShifTler of Oclwein. vice president: Mrs. A. A. Rikansrud of Decorah. as treasurer; Adolph Vick of Pontoppidon Lutheran church, Decorah, secretary, and the Rev. Victor Hackbarth of Garnavillo and the Rev. Paul Adix of Luana, board members. Miss Olga M. Mattes is branch secretary with her office in the Ben Bear building at Decorah. V- A ERNEST OVERLAND TO STUDY MEDICINE AT MARQUETTE DIVIDERS ADD TO SHELF SPACE. Include more efficient drawers in your kitchen cupboard plans. Thin upright pieces of wood inserted in drawers or shelves will, keep silver separate, dishes from being overcrowded, aluminumware from being scratched. These dividers should be no closer together than four inches. If they're closer, you'll run into difficulty dusting them. \ Ernest Overland, who was recently discharged from the Navy, leaves today for Milwaukee, Wis., where he will enroll in Marqubtte University as a medical student in the regular four- year course. Mr. Overland is a graduate of Luther College, Decorah, his work there,counting as his pre-medical education. : His family will remain here until after school closes, Mrs. Overland being a teacher in the Postville schools. • 1 V FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST WHITE PINE COUGH PA- SYUUP uUC GROVES COLD Q£f» TABLETS Oi)\s VICKS OAp VA-TRO-NOL 0\J\s AI,KA-SEI,/,ER, AQp Large Size 'TtJC BI SO DOL, OKp Antacid Mints uOK, Entertain at Dinner. Milo Heins. son of Mr. and Mrs. Rolan Heins. celebrated his ninth birthday anniversary the past week and so the event would not go by unobserved, his grandparents. Mr, and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel, entertained the following at .dinner Sunday in their home in this city: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ebcrling and family, Mrs. Dietrich Nuchring, and Mr. and Mrs. Rolan Hcins and family. PRO-PIIY-LAC-TIC - OO n TOOTH BRUSH £Ol/ IPANA TOOTH ' PASTE OUC NOREEN, K(\t* HAIR RINSE U" 1 LENWELL'S Aft/» SHAVING LOTION Uvl/ GILLETTE'S OKi* SHAVING CREAM — DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Whore quality Counts" TRUCK TIRES We have secured a small shipment of the following sizes of Truck Tires: 8.25-20 — 10 ply 7.50-20 — 10 ply 7.50-20 — 8 ply 7.00-20 — 10 ply 7.00-20 — 8 ply 7.00-15 — Truck 7.00-16 — Truck 7.20-20 — 10 ply Mud-Snow Tread We can use your old tires in trade! Complete stock of rear Tractor Tires. FALB Motor Co. Postville, Iowa Housewarming Party. A large number of neighbors, friends and relatives surprised Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman last Sunday and gave them a welcoming party in their new home at noon. The guests brought baskets of food for a picnic dinner. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling, Robert Burling, Mrs. Carlton Schroeder and daughter Jenanne, and Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sherman were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Palas and family. Dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten included Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Hoth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Hoth and • family and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Schutte and family. Mr. and Mrs. Eli Ebcrling, Kathleen and Loren Lee, were dinner guests on Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Halverson near Wnukon. Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Olson of Maynard wore dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Martin Nelson. Be sure to see "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" at the Iris Theatre Sunday and Monday, March 3 and 4. Nothing yet made has the heart appeal that this fine story of a Wisconsin fanner and his family carries. The finest film since "One Foot In Heaven." Be sure to sec "Our Vines Have Tender Grapes" at the Iris Theatre' Sunday and Monday, March 3 and 4. Nothing yet made has the heart appeal that this fine story of a Wisconsin farmer and Ills family carries. The finest film since "One Foot In Heaven." A GREAT CHICK STARTER NOW-Greater than Ever! Thousands said Carglll Chick Starter couldn't be Improved . . . but now . . "It's crumbtized"! Sized for safe, easy eating. Helps chicks eat more ... do better. Cuts waste. We are sorry, but until present feed shortage cases and Government restrictions of protein and other ingredients arc lifted, Cargiil Crumblized Chick Starter sales ' must be limited. Farmers Store POSTVILLE. IOWA DINING ROOM IMPORTANT TO MOST RURAL WOMEN If your ideas fall in line with those of most rural women, you are not in favor of eliminating the dining room. Seventy-five percent of the farm people interviewed recently considered their dining rooms indispensable. So put some thought to your dining room if you plan to build a new home or remodel. A dining room should be at least 11 by 13 feet in order to allow for comfortable clearance for serving and seating. From 3\<: to 4 feet are needed between the table and wall or wall furniture to allow for service. Naomi Shank, Iowa State College home economist, recommends the rectangular shaped room whenever possible. The separate dining room should definitely be planned around its furniture, since that is fixed in size, shape and amount. Built-in cupboards and shelves add to the attractiveness and convenience of the dining area. Plan the arrangement of doors, windows and electric outlets to permit a sideboard, serving table, shelves and cupboards. And make plans for a swinging door into the kitchen near a corner, so that diners will not get full view of the kitchen each time the door is opened. National Sewing Week See Us For Your Sewing Needs NEW SPRING HATS— $2.48 to $4.95 BLOUSES— . . . the dressy and tailored types $3.30 to $6.59 "BOTANY"— . . . no-dye-16t Yarns - - it's the tops 2 oz. and 4 oz. skeins , 59c to 98c See our Bargain Counter; many items to choose from at }/z Price ! Luhman & Huebner BANK ACCOUNT is the I KEY STONE SUCCESS Checks are cheaper than money orders, and much safer than sending cash through the mails—checks can be relied upon to make payments with ease and safety, and they are your valid receipts which cannot be disputed. We would be happy to open an.account for you. Citizens State Bank Postville, Iowa MEMBER FEDERAL DEPOSIT INSURANCE CORP. They're Going Fast Because They're Good Orders for our BETTER BABY CHICKS, especially chosen for rapid growth and high egg" production, are being placed daily and if you are not among those who have spoken for your needs, may we urge you to do so at once. Hatches are all booked for a number of our dates, by customers who know we have the kind of chicks they want. Unless we get your order soon, we cannot promise definite delivery time on your requirements. YOU CAN'T GO WRONG ON OVERLAND'S CHICKS Allamakee Hatchery J. M. OVERLAND, Prop. Phone 187 For Your Baby Chick Date Now!

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