Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 1, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 1, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 1, 1940. Legion Auxiliary Meets To Discuss Various Topics. The American Lofiion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518. mot in tin' Legion rooms in Memorial Hull on Wednesday. April 24, with Mrs. A. Bertolson nnd Mrs. W. G. Bulmsin, net- inn hostesses, nnd Mrs. Otto Fischer, , m it president, presiding. Eighteen members were present. Mrs. Maude Bnily, Allamakee county president, announce*! tentative plans tor the tri-county meeting to be held in Poslvllle In enrly May. Mrs. L. C. Schultz, Americanism chairman, announced the results uf the Americanism essay contest conducted in the local junior high school as follows: Karlton Ebcrling, first nnd Lonin Luhmnn. second. Awards of $1.00 and 75 cents were made. Mrs. R. C. Huebner. poppy chairman, asked for volunteers to sell puppies on Poppy Day, May 25. A request for carnival prizes, felt for bedroom slippers, bed pads and wool yarn 'for use at the Veterans Facility at Knoxville, wns read by Mrs. Ray Douglass. The attendance prize wns drawn by Mrs. J. T. Humphrey. Refreshments were served by the hostesses and the meeting adjourned until May 22, when wreaths will be made to be used on all local veterans' graves on Memorial Day. Birthday Dinner Party. The following people were entertained at dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. August Miller, the occasion marking the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Miller: Mr. and Mrs. W. II. Burling nnd son, Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Sehroeder and daughter, Jenannc. THE POSTVTLLE HERALD, POSTV1LLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. Evelyn Thoresen Weds William Kibler March 31. Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Miss Evelyn Thoresen. daughter of Albert Thoresen of Normal, 111., former Postvillc residents, to William Kibler, son of Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Kibler of Smith Center, Kansas. The wedding was performed Sunday, March 31, in the Trinity Lutheran church in Topeka, Kansas, at nine o'clock In the morning. Attendants to the couple were Mildred Thoresen, sister of the bride, as bridesmaid, and Gene Kibler. the bridegroom's brother, as best man. The bride wore a dressmaker suit of gold wool crepe with orchid nnd brown accessories, and her corsage was of white gardenias and hyacinths. Her sister wore a suit identical to the bride's in powder blue, with brown accessories nnd gardenia and rosebud corsage. Mrs. Kibler is a graduate of Post­ villc high school and of St. Luke's School of Nursing, Cedar Rapids. She is at present employed as a registered nurse at Winter General hospital in Topeka. Mr. Kibler was recently discharged from the army and is now an accountant with an automotive company in Topeka. Save The Scarce Flour With Different Breads. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Harnack had the following guests for dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Clark Monroe and family and Mr. and Mrs. Bernold Monroe, all of Castalia. The dinner was (iiven in honor of the first anniversary uf the latter couple. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mrs. George W. Hein were Mr. and Mrs. John Jaster and family of Ossian. Mrs. Bernard Waters and Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy. Mr. and Mrs. John McLean and Dr. Ray McLean of Fayette were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sehroeder. GIFTS For GRADUATES Old Spice Shave Needs Electric Shavers Hair Brush Sets Safety Razors Billfolds EARLY AMERICAN OLD SPICE TOILERIES Powder Compacts Tuya Cologne Royal Stationery Luxor Gift Sets Bath Luxuries — * Congratulation Cards DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where quality OounU" Honor California Kin At Picnic Dinner Tuesday. Relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Louis Harnack Tuesday for a picnic dinner given in honor of Mrs. Harnack's brother and nephew and niece, Christian W. Sehroeder and Dr. and Mrs. Milo Sehroeder, who are here from Glendale. Calif., on a visit. The Schroeders moved to the west coast 24 years ago and this was their first visit here since then. Attending the event Tuesday were Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harnack and son, Mrs. Annie Sehroeder, Mr. and Mrs Luver C. Schultz. Mrs. Henry Sehroe­ der, Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. Willard Sehroeder and son. Mrs. Ed Sehlee Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee. Eddie Meyer. Mrs. John Kohrs. Mr. and Mrs. Dclbcrl Kohrs and family. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Brainnrd and family, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier. Mrs. Louis Meyer, Mrs. Bertha Sehroeder. Harold Sehroeder. Mrs. David Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Thos. Monroe. Mr. and Mrs. Will Schave. Mrs. Emma Hein. Mr. and Mrs. Carl Brainnrd and family. IOWA CHILDREN SCHOOL NEWS. Club of the Hour Selects "Iowa" as Topic. When the Club' of the Hour reassembles for its first meeting of the liMG-47 club year next October, members will have as their study topic. "Iowa," in line with the centennial of the Hawkeye state being currently observed. This decision was reached when the club held its last meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Neeling Thoma last week. A politick supper was served at six o'clock to the 20 members present and afterward cards were played. Prizes at 500 went to Miss Florence Hoth and Mrs. Arthur Thoma, while in bridge Miss Merna Aitehison and Mrs. Burr Cook were the winners. Swedish Llmpa, (Rye bread with caraway seed.) 1 cake yenst 2 tablespoons lukewarm water 1 cup milk 2 tablespoons shortening 2 teaspoons caraway seed 1 tablespoon salt U cup brown sugar or molasses 3 cups rye Hour (loosely packed) 1 tablespoon grated orange rind 1 cup water 3',i Cups sifted all-purpose flour Crumble yeast in two tablespoons lukewarm water. Scald milk. Add shortening, caraway seed, salt, sugar or molasses and water. Cool to lukewarm. Add yeast mixture, rye flour and orange rind. Beat well. Add all- purpose flour gradually to make stiff dough. Turn onto floured board and knead well. Place dough in lightly greased bowl. Cover and let rise in warm place (80 to 85 degrees F.) until dough is double in bulk (about 1V4 hours). Turn onto lightly floured board and knead well. Divide dough into two equal portions and shape into balls. Let rise for 10 minutes. Shape dough into two loaves. Place in greased loaf pan (8 , ,ix4 1 ix2 1 i). Cover. Let rise until light. Bake in moderately hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 10 minutes. Then reduce heat to moderate (375 degrees F.) and continue baking for 40 minutes. (Make two loaves. ) Mayor LaGuardia's Potato Bread. l^cup boiling water or potato water 1 teaspoons salt 1 tablespoon sugar 1 tablespoon fat 2 cups mashed potatoes 1 cake yeast ',(.. cup lukewarm water 4 cups flour, sifted Pour boiling water or potato water over the salt, sugar and fat. Let cool to lukewarm before adding yeast softened in 'i cup lukewarm water. Add Hour and mix well. Let rise until double, punch down and add the mashed potatoes. Mix well and turn out on floured board and knead. Shape into loaves, cover and set in warm place until double in bulk. Bake 15 minutes at 350 degrees F., then reduce temperature to 325 degrees F. for 45 minutes. (Bake about one hour in all.) Oatmeal Muffins. (Makes six muffins.) '.i cup rolled oats (quick) •i cup milk 1 tablespoon brown sugar 2 tablespoons melted shortening (or fresh drippings) 1 egg cup flour ••i teaspoon salt 2 teaspoons baking powder Scald milk. Pour over oats. Add brown sugar. When cool, add shortening and well beaten egg. Sift dry ingredients and add to first mixture. Drop into hot, greased muffin tins. Bake in hot oven (400 degrees F.) for 20 minutes. Serve these muffins hot. WHEN YOUR CHILD SHOWS HIS TEMPER. Gerald, three years old, begged to be allowed to go outside. When his mother explained that it was too cold, he began to cry and kick. His mother said, "If you feel like crying, you had better go to your room. When you are through, you may come back. Then you can help me frost the cake." She used a perfectly calm voice while saying this. (How hard this is to do, only a parent knows.) Gerald only screamed the louder. So his mother picked him up and carried him into his room, quietly closed the door, and went back to her baking. After Gerald's crying stopped, his mother took him in her arms and said, (Continued from Page One) Third Grade. During a unit study of transportation, the third grade pupils used some materials received from United air lines. The materials included pictures of air travel, stories and charls. Other pictures of airplanes were brought to class by Barbara DeWitt. Janis Christ- ofTerson, Richard Elliott and Jnnet Overcen. The art classes last week made freehand drawings of several kinds of birds. Mrs. Erwin Klingbeil visited the third grade Thursday morning. Eugene Winter brought treats for the class on his birthday last Wednesday. Janet Overeen. Janis Christofferson, "Let's get a handkerchief and wipe. ^ . away the tears, and then we'll frost | * rna Christofferson. Eugene_ Winter, the cake. I'll really need your help. Gerald's mother was doing several fine things to help him that morning. She showed him by her calm attitude that he was not creating any particular excitement. She did not "give in." She let him feel that even though he had the tantrum, she still loved him Juanita Imholte and Fritz Palas brought bouquets of spring flowers to school. Junior High. The following boys and girls in the seventh grade received a grade* of 100 in spelling Friday: Duane Wedo, Irene Thornton, Dorothy AHhouse, A marriage license was Issued at Elkader last week to Emll W. Jaster, 33, of Ossinn, and Marie DeSotel, 33, oC Postvillc. See "The Lost Week End," 1945 Academy Award winner, starring Ray Milland at the Iris Theatre Sunday and Monday, May 5 and 6. His performance never has been equalled. as much as ever. Forgetting the upset Joyce Gregg, Dick Searls, Eunice nnd turning to something pleasant was Dresser, Donald Martins, Dixie Cook, also a smart thing for her to do. Jean Schultz. Marlene Schupbach and When a child is nearing two, a par- Lowell Sehroeder. ent may have to use all her ingenuity The seventh and eighth grades had to avoid tantrums. Why not try, a picnic at the Stone House Tuesday Where would be a good place for afternoon. Joyce Gregg's father took your books?" instead of "Mary, put the group in his truck, your books away right this minute Why not give the child a chance to help make decisions? He will respond more willingly Here are some other suggestions for preventing tantrums: See that your child is in tip-top shape physically. Stick to his daily routine. Keep him away from crowds, buses, and street- ears, where it may be hard for him to control himself. ... Be sure,his toys are suited to his stage of development and plan his play with other children at a time when he is not hungry, tired or overstimulated. Substitute other ac tivities for the ones which seem to cause the tantrum. Try to keep your sense of humor at all times. Little ads Want Ads. with big results—our CAR OF BULK SALT to arrive about MAY 15 Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 COOKED SALAD DRESSING WHICH DOESN'T USE OIL ROLLED OATS MEAT LOAF Picnic Dinner Sunday At Harlan Schara Home. The following persons were guests at n picnic dinner Sunday at the home of Mr. nnd Mrs. Harlan Schara: Mr. nnd Mrs. Fred Schara and sons, Charles and Jackie, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Schara and daughter. Debbe, all of Austin, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. T.homns Monroe, Mr. nnd Mrs. Merle Monroe, all of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Sehroeder, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Schultz and daughter, Linda, all of Postvillc. Okihi Camp Fire girls went on a hike last Thursday, during which they cooked their supper outdoors. The group will hold their regular, meeting Thursday at the school house. "Stars nnd Spars" is really a cute musical. • Mare Piatt, a newcomer, is great lit it. It's to be at the Iris Thca trc Thursday, Friday and Saturday, May 2, 3 and 4. Ingredients for a loaf to serve six people. 1 cup rolled oats 2 cups water '•j pounds ground beef \« pound ground pork 2 tablespoons chopped onion lis teaspoons salt teaspoon pepper '.•j teaspoon celery seed, if desired. Cook the rolled oats in the usual way in the two cups of water. Mix all ngredients. Form into a loaf and place on a piece of heavy puper on a ack in an open roasting pan. Bake :ibout ten minutes in a hot oven. Then educe the temperature to moderate, and continue to cook for 1V& hours. Serve hot or cold. Serve with tomato sauce. IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII OPENING Dance BIG-4 PAVILION POSTVILLE Sat., Nay 4 — Music By RAY ALTO _ AND HIS — Cowboy Serenades Cooked salad dressing without using precious ingredients—that's what many homcmakers have been wanting So here it is. a dressing that uses no salad oil and very little sugar. 4 egg yolks 'i tablespoon sugar 1 cup liquid (vinegar or lemon juice plus water) teaspoon mustard 'i teaspoon salt Combine all ingredients and mix thoroughly. Cook in double boiler for 12 to 15 minutes. The cup of liquid is a combination of water and vinegar or water and lemon juice, depending upon the consistency desired in the fin ished dressing. Use from V& to % cup of either vinegar or lemon juice and the remainder of the cup of liquid is water. For example, if li cup vinegar is used, % cup of water will be neces sary. The larger quantity of vinegar or lemon juice tends to produce a stiffer dressing. There is a temperature at which maximum thickness is obtained. Above this, the dressing becomes thinner. The mixture is right when it coals the spoon. POTATO STUFFING FOR CHICKEN. 2 cups unseasoned mashed potato 1 cup stale bread crumbs 1 egg, beaten 1 tablespoon finely minced onion ',!> cup fat, melted 1 teaspoon salt ',4 teaspoon pepper 1 teaspoon sage Combine all ingredients and pile lightly into the bird. Or use in place of bread stuffing in meat roasts. - •• «•«" A BETTER CHANCE FOR EVERY PIG IN THE UTTER TO GO TO MARKET AT A BIGGER PROFIT! • til you* piAiia NOW. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa What nicer gift for Mother than a smart summer print dress! She'll love the smooth, flowing lines, the upright, pretty prints, the soft spun-rayon that distinguishes our line of inspired creations. And she'll like it just twice as much because it's your Mother's Day gift to her! OTHER GIFT Hand Bags Scarves Blouses SUGGESTIONS Neckwear Gloves Costume Jewelry Mother's Day, May I2ih Luhman & Huebner

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