WEDNESDAY, APRIL 17, 1946. MR. WHITE — of — Marshall & Swift CLEANERS and FURRIERS of Mason City, Iowa will be in Postville all day FRIDAY, APR. 19 To Pick. Up Furs for Storage and Repairs Leave Your Orders At Neilly Hat & Coat Shop THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA, PAGE FIVE. Weedone KILLS NOXIOUS WEEDS We now have an ample stock on hand. Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Give Farewell Party \ For Mrs. Gwen Campbell. (AU-mcmbers ot the Cook tamily were present Sunday at a farewell party for Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Burr Cook in this city. A dinner was served at noon. Mrs. Campbell will leave soon for Phoenix, Arizona, to make her home with her son-in-law and daughter. Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Jncobsoti. J, Attending "trie party were Mr. and Mrs. Perry E. Cook of Waterloo; Mrs. Myrta McGhec of Dubuque; Donald Martindale of Waukon; Mrs. Flora Franklin. Mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook and Dixie and Noel. Frank Bloxham. A. L. Peterson. Mrs. G. H. Martindale and Robert Martindale. Miss Carol Ann Schutte Celebrates 8th Birthdav. Carol Ann, daughter of Mrs. Florenee Schutte, was guest of honor at a parly Wednesday afternoon, April 10, at the home of her grandparents. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebastian. Fifteen little girls were present to help Carol Ann celebrate her eighth birthday anniversary. Refreshments were served by Carol Aim's mother. The guests were Barbara DeWitt, Janice ChristofTerson, Janet Overeen, Myrna Christofferson. Dellene Schultz, Janice Brown, Judy Gregg, Dolly Kennett, Yvonne Schultz. Elvina Fish, Katherine IJoese, Ilela Christoirerson, Marlene Martens, JoAnn Martens and Susan Broun. Home Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Ray Jacobia. The Grand Meadow. Township Home Garden Club met last Wednesday at the home of Mrs. Ray Jacoblu with Mrs. Myron Anderson acting as assisting hostess. All 18 members excepting one answered to roll call by giving an "April Fool's Joke." Opening song was "Sweet Genevieve;" Birthday congratulations went to Mrs. LaVern Meyer; Scripture reading by the vice-president was taken from Mark 16:1-9; hymn "Now Thank We All Our God"; Thought for the day was rend by Mrs. Ray Jacobia. An article on landscaping was given by Mrs. Ed Doerring and Mrs. Milo Jacobia. Guests present were Mrs. Herb Gass, Mrs. Adolf Kummer and Mrs. Delia Klinkel. Closing song was "Taps." Members present were: Mrs. Myron Anderson, Mrs. Lloyd Blgler, Mrs. Ed Doerring. Mrs. James Eno, Mrs. John Eno, Mrs. Leska Martins, Mrs. LaVern Meyer, Mrs. R. E. McNally, Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Henry RadlofT, Mrs. Harry Landt, Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs. Harley RadlofT, Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Wm. Lupker, Mrs. Vern Hupfer and Mrs. Melvin RadlofT. Town Council Meeting Acts on Tank Repairing TnESETWO SEALS MEAN W7) pnorecnoN FOR DADY H For Baby '* MHvt • EINZ STRAINED FOODS (14 KINDS) Entertain at Dinner. Mr. and Mrs. Karl Walter, formerly of near Castalia and now residing north of Monona, were hosts at a six o'clock dinner at their home Sunday, in honor of the third birthday anniversaries of their son, Keith, and of Ruth Ellen Kebelein, daughter of Rev and Mrs. C. J. Rebclein, of Plainfleld. former Castalia residents. Both birthdays fell on April 12. Guests included Rev. and Mrs. Rebclein and family of Plainlield; Rev. and Mrs. R. C. Schlueter and family of Monona: Mr. and Mrs. Arno Engelhardt of Postville. Special Meeting, April 16, 1946. (Official.) The Postville Town Council met in Special Session in the Council Rooms, Memorial Hall, on April 16, 1946, with Mayor M. C. Dcering presiding. All the cotincilmen were present. H. A. Lange, waterworks superintendent, was also present. The Mayor stated purpose of meeting was to consider action for necessary cleuning, repairing and painting of town water tank. On motion Joseph B. Steele, town clerk, was directed to immediately co/nmunlcate with National Tank Maintenance Corporation, Des Moines Iowa, concerning its contract obligations with Town of Postville for maintenance of town water tank. On motion mealing adjourned. JOSEPH B. STEELE, Town Clerk. Use Different Methods With New Wheat Flour. Surprise Dinner Held At Heusman Home Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Heusman were the honored guests Sunday at a surprise dinner held in their home by a group of their neighbors and friends. Those who attended were Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pixler, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Sander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Sander and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Thoma and Leonard and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow. Grand Meadow Farmerettes Meet With Mrs. Looney. Complete Line of Heinz Baby Cereals Strained Fruits and Vegetables Junior Foods Glenn J. Jarmes Fine Foods Birthday Party For Two. Mrs. Burr Cook entertained 16 children at her home on Friday, the occasion being the birthday anniversaries of her two daughters. Karen Lee and Kayo Susan. Karen Lee was seven years old on April 12, while Kaye Susan was three years old on April 13. The party was from four to six p. m.. and a birthday cake and ice cream were served to the children. Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Thomas Monroe of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Hallmeyer, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Baltz and Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs were dinner guests Sunday at the John Kohrs home. The Grand Meadow Farmerettes 4-H Club met at the home of Mrs. Ed Looney last Saturday afternoon and answered roll call by naming their favorite house-plant. During the business meeting it. was decided to hold two meetings each month during April, May, June and July. Delia Martins read an article on "The Heart." and Marilyn Backhaus read an article from the state 4-H leader. After giving the pledge of allegiance to the Flag, the group went outdoors to play games and sing. Mrs. Looney then served a lunch and it was announced that the next meeting would be held at the home of Marilyn Backhaus. 81 Findings about the new Emergency Flour show that bread made with It should be handled more like bread made with soft wheat flour, according to Iowa State College nutritionists More yeast, handling the dough light ly, and shaping the dough into loaves when it has risen to double in bulk will give better results. Homemakers will find that each new purchase of Emergency Flour will have to be tested to determine its capacity to absorb liquid. The liquid in a cake recipe using two cups of flour may vary from % cup to 1 cups milk. Iowa's marriage shrine, the Little Brown. Church near Nashua, saw 66 couples wedded during March. Total marriages for the first three months of 1946 now number 191. George Heins of Monona and Miss Nina Martins were Sunday guests in the Mrs. Louis Heins home. Pre-Easter Specials! Women's and Misses' Dresses, For all occasions $5.40 to $24.98 All Wool Suits $21.00 to $25.50 Blouses, white and colors $1.98 to $5.98 New Poncho Blousettes $1.98 to $2.98 ..Women's and Children's Anklets, per pair 19c to 49c Men's Work Sox, per pair 19c SEE US FOR SEED POTATOES EARLY—Red Warbas and Triumph LATE—Cobbler, Green Mountain, Rural New Yorker^ Chippewa, Sebago (Blight Resistant) Luhman & Huebner E£9 FOR MORE LASTING RESULTS --Use-8-8-8 Plowsol Fertilizer We have it. POSTVILLE FEED MILL Hi The SMART Farmer Banns for the forthcoming marriage of Curtis Abernethy of Postville and Miss Jeanne Fitzgerald of Waukon were announced at St. Patrick's church in Waukon last Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. Glenn Olson and daughters were Sunday dinner guests at the Truman Nelson home near Decorah. Sunday Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Schutte and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer and son, Robert, and Mrs. Henry Eggert. Will stick To His Chickens FOR BIGGER PROFITS The American Legion Auxiliary will meet in Memorial Hall on Wednesday, April 24, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. Albert Bertelson and Mrs. W. G. Bulman will serve as hostesses. Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier and Mrs. F. C. Eberling were dinner guests Sunday at the Harold Eberling home. ATTENTION, VETERANS! DO YOU WANT A HOME? A study is presently being made by the Postville Town Council, Commercial Club, and the American Legion to obtain housing for veterans from the federal government. This housing is of a temporary nature and is available at low rental to veterans only. In order for the local organizations to know the* actual needs in this community of housing for veterans, all veterans who are interested in obtaining housing are urgently requested to immediately register with Joseph B. Steele, Town Clerk, at his law office over the Abernethy Clothing Store. It is absolutely necessary that this registration be completed within'the next few days. This advertisement sponsored by Postville Commercial Club DON'T BE MISLED! With a scarcity in most all meat supplies, the outlook for poultry raisers is brighter this year than ever — for bigger profits on marketable birds as well as for eggs. There are those who would throw the scare of a shortage of feeds for poultry, but we here in northeast Iowa will produce much of the required feed right on our own farms, and this, added with concentrates available, will create no hardship to bring flocks to maturity and profit- producers. If you have not already placed your order for baby chicks from our Farm-Bred flocks — do so today ! SHARE IN THE PROFITS THAT ARE BOUND TO BE HAD BY GOOD POULTRY BREEDERS. Allamakee Hatchery / "Serving The Progressive Poultrymen" HOME OF OVERLAND'S FARM-BRED. CHICKS Telephone No. 187 Postville, Iowa.
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