Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 15, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 15, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MAT 15, 1M6. Re-Elect GOVERNOR ROBERT D. BLUE 2nd Term OOV. BLUB Private World War I 47 Years of Age • Honest Experienced Dependable • There la No Substitute For Experience PRIMARIES JUNK 3 By Blua for Governor Club THE POSTVILLE^ HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. GET YOUR Baby Chick STARTER FEED - - at - - MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postvlllc, Iowa GIFTS For GRADUATES Old Spice Shave Needs Parker Fountain Pens Electric Shavers Safety Razors Billfolds EARLY AMERICAN OLD SPICE TOILETRIES Powder Compacts Tuya Cologne Royal Stationery LuKor Gift Sets Bath Luxuries Congratulation Cards DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Whwe quality Count*" 68 Attend Meeting Of Legion Auxiliary. The lri-co\»nty meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary held at the Community Presbyterian church last Thursday was attended by 68 members from Allamakee, Howard and Winnei shiek counties. Mrs. S. C. Baity, Allamakee county president, presided at the meetings and program which followed the serving of a one o'clock luncheon. The program as announced in the Herald last week was carried out with a few changes. Mrs. Elmer Fye of Cresco replaced Mrs. L. S. Solomon for the invocation, and for the response to the address of welcome, Mrs. Solomon's place was filled by Mrs. Emil Mouthy of Cresco. Mrs. R. C. Patrick of Mason City, state vice president, was unable to be present, and Mrs. Olaf J. Hanson of Decorah delivered an address in her stead. Among the honored guests present and introduced by Mrs. Baily were Mrs. A. S. Muchl of Independence, fourth District president; Mrs. Parnell Shea of Decorah. fourth district secretary-treasurer: Mrs. Olaf Hanson of Decorah, Iowa department Americanism chairman: Mrs. Neva Dewey of Ossian. Winneshiek county president: Mrs. Elmer Fye of Cresco, Howard ounty president. During the business meeting of the Allamakee county members. Mrs. S. C. Baily was chosen president: Mrs. Otto Fischer, vice president; Mrs. Ray Douglass, secretary-treasurer. Endorsement by the assembly was given for the following district officers for reelection: Mrs. A. S. Muehl. Independence, for president; Miss Florence Yager of Calmar for vice president: Mrs. Parnell Shea of Decorah for secretary-treasurer. Ladies Form New Club In Monona Township, i ——— [_Ajjroup of ladles met at the homo of Mrs, John Doerring near Lunna last Friday and organized a new country club. The meeting was conducted by Mrs. Harley Radloff, president of the Home Garden Club,'* Mrs. Harry Gordon gnye the Scripture reading and a hymn was sung by those assembled. A birthday song wns also sung for Mrs. John Doerring and the thought for the day was given by Mrs. Elmer Radloff. name for the new club will be chosen at the next meeting which will be held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Baadejon Wednesday, June 12. Officers were elected as follows: President, Mrs. John Doerring; vice president, Mrs. Lawrence Bunde; secretary-treasurer, Mrs. Elmer RadlofT; music chairman, Mrs. Curtis Zicman. At the close of the meeting the group sang, "God Bless America." Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Evans Honored at Party Monday. The faculty of the Postvillc schools gave a surprise party in honor of Superintendent and Mrs. R. L. Evans in the home economics department following the class night program Monday evening. Refreshments were served and Miss Marian Sonnkalb poured. Mrs. Irene Rogers presented Mr. Evans with a gift from the faculty. The second surprise of the evening came when Miss Ruth Mackert, Miss Audrey Plath and Miss Darlenc Dc Sotel passed the candy in announce ment of their engagements. P. E. 0. Entertains Seniors and Teachers. P. E. O. Chapter FT entertained the local high school senior girls and women teachers at a tea last Wednesday afternoon at the home of Miss Pauline Staadl, 55 women being present. Members of the local chapter presented the following program: Talk to senior girls by Mrs. Lynn Crawford; roll call in rhyme by Mrs. Harvey Douglass: vocal solos by Mrs. John Falb, Jr., accompanied by Miss Merna Aitehison; original skit written by Mrs. Harvey Douglass and presented by Mrs. Lloyd Putnam and Mrs. Elmer F. Weihe. At the conclusion of the program, tea, sandwiches and cookies were served to the group. Mrs. Lynn Crawford presided at the tea table. Henderson Prairie Club Met at Hangartner Home. The Henderson Prairie Study Club met Tuesday at the home of Mrs. Robert Hangartner with 20 members and one visitor present. Mrs. Frank Hangartner read the scripture selection nnd roll call was answered with garden hints. "Onward Christian Soldiers" and "Brighten the Corner Were You Are," were sung in honor of Mrs. Ralph Gunderson, Mrs. Leo Heins and Mrs. Irving Decring who have birthdays this month. Mrs. Arbie Schroeder read an article, "Country Women's Daybook," and Ruth Turner read, "Pantry Power Plant." The following officers were elected for next year: President. Rosina Oestmann; vice president, Ruth Turner; secretary - treasurer, Mrs. Raymond Brandt; publicity chairman, Mrs. K.J. Kerr. Mrs. Raymond Brandt and Mrs. K. J. Kerr gave the lesson, "Making the Most of Home Furnishings." Contests conducted by Mrs. Ed Foley and Mrs. Frank Hangartner were won by Mrs. Irving Deering and Mrs. Ed Foley. Mrs. Louise Meyer and Mrs. Gilbert Meyer were appointed as the flower committee for the coming year. The next meeting will take the lorm of a picnic, with Mrs. Frank Hangartner as hostess. Each family may ask another family as their guest for the picnic. Time and place will be announced later. A lunch was served by the hostess after the meeting adjourned. Mrs. Luchvig Elected W. M. S. Vice President. Mother's Day Dinners n Many Local Homes. The Women's Missionary Society of the -Iowa Synod of the United Lutheran church at its annual convention held last week at Muscatine elected Mrs. F. Ludwig as vice president for the coming year. Mrs. Ludwig was also chosen to represent the synodical group at the international triennial convention of the Women's Missionary Society of the United Lutheran Church to be held in Pittsburgh in October. 0. E. S. To Honor Veterans At Meeting Monday Night. The Postville O.E.S. will honor veterans who are sons or husbands of chapter members with a special ceremony at a regular meeting Monday evening, May 20. A silver offering will be taken to be given to the War Veterans' Sunshine Fund. This fund will be used for veterans in Iowa hospitals. All members are urged to contribute generously. Give Henry Heusmans Surprise Party On Friday. ( Thirty of the former neighbors and friends on the Hardin road gave Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman a surprise parly Friday evening at the Heusman home. The group brought baskets of food and at midnight a lunch was served, i During the evening cards were played, wifh Eldo Sander winning the traveling award, Henry V. Steele and Mrs. Elliot Heusman won high honors, and Richard Suckow and Murtis Sander received the consolation prizes. Attend Party at Monona. The following persons attended a card party Saturday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Auelrich in Monona: Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Welzel. Mr. and Mrs. Will Willmun, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruckdaschel, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and Joan and Dellene, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Schultz, Mrs. Orma Schultz and William, Mr. and Mrs. Will Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman. Mr. and Mrs. Willard A. Meyer and daughter, and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Aanes. Beg your pardon: In the item of the farewell party for Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Sebastian at West Union, the names of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Sebastian and daughter, Judy Rae, of Waterloo were inadvertantly omitted. BIG-4 PAVILION POSTVILLE Sat, May 18 — Music By — EARL HUNT and his Orchestra MUSIC AS YOU LIKE 1TI COMING- SAT., MAY 85— EDDIE RALPH TUBS,, MAY 28—TOM OWEN Monday Club Meets. The Postville Monaay Club held its last meeting of the year at the home of Mrs. Arbe Behrens Monday, the meeting opening with a one o'clock luncheon. Sixteen members and four visitors attended. The program on American Juveniles included papers on "Rhymes and Jingles" by Mrs. Milo Gcrieke, and "Children's Stories" by Mrs. Willard Schutte. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet at Memorial hall Wednesday, May 22. A picnic dinner will be served and afterward the group will prepare wreaths to be used for decorating soldiers' graves on Memorial Day. The Naomi Past Noble Grand club will meet Thursday afternoon at 2:30 o'clock at the home of Mrs. Arno Schutte, with Mrs. H. H. Stone as assisting hostess. There will be two shows each night of the engagement of "LEAVE HER TO HEAVEN" at the Iris Theatre on Sunday, Monday, Tuesday, Wednesday May 26, 27, 28 and 29. Be sure that you see this grand Technicolor drama. It will undoubtedly win the Academy Award for 1946! WE HAVE Dr. Salsbury's Selective Weed-Kill SELECTIVELY KILLS BROAD-LEAF WEEDS MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postville, Iowa The observance of Mother's Day last Sunday called for a number of family dinners hereabouts. Among those coming to our attention were the following: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snitker had the following guests for Mother's Day at their home in this city: Mr. and Mrs Elmer Winke and family, Dan Snitker and family, Simon Snitker, Mrs. Henry Klepper, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Klepper and family, Mrs. Herman Hansmeier and her son-in-law and daughter, Mr. \nd Mrs. Haugen and their daughter of Decorah. Guests at dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sebastian Sunday were Mrs. Edna Knutson, Mr. and Mrs. Gust Styne. Mr. and Mrs. Raymond Sersland and David, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Ramsey Carl Ramsey, Hans Earl Halvorson, Mr. and Mrs. Orlando Barth and Dar- rcll, all of Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Sandep entertained their parents, Mr. and Mrs Otto C. Sander of this city and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Christianson of West Union, at a Mother's Day dinner on Sunday. Mother's day guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldag were Dr. and Mrs. R. F. Schneider, Miss Virginia Oldag of Dubuque, Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Knudtson and Kathryn of Elgin and Dale Anderson of St. Olaf, Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Neil and Virginia spent Mother's Day in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. L. Meyer at Castalia. Others present for the event were Mr. and Mrs. L. G. Meyer and Mary of West Union, Mr. and Mrs. Will Timmerman and Mr. and Mrs. Valder Meyer and family of Castalia. The following persons were guests at a picnic dinner at the Silas Kohrs home in Prosper, Minn., Sunday: Mr. und Mrsi Thomas Monroe of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs and son, Donald, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and children, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and daughter, Sharon, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara and son, Ronnie, all of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Handy entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mrs. Frank Handy, Mr, and Mrs. H. W. Handy and Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Metcalf, all of Fayette. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martins and family of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eberling and Miss Nina Martins were Sunday dinner guests at the Mrs. Louis Heins home. Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambecr and son, Robert, and Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. H. J. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eberling and family and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier were Sunday dinner guests in the K. B. Ottsen home in Cedar Rapids. LAST MONTH WAS DRIEST IN IOWA IN 56 YEARS There was only half an inch of rainfall in northeast Iowa during the entire month of April, according to a report of the U. S. weather station at Charles City. It was the driest April in the 5G years of which records have been kept. In 1945 rainfall for the same month wns 4Vj Inches. The report also states: 'Mild temperatures predominated, 20 days being warmer than normal. The average temperature was 52.2 degrees, which was 5.8 degrees above normal and 8.3 degrees warmer than April last year. The highest temperature reached was 83 degrees on the 21st, and the lowest was 29 degrees on the 9 and 10." OLMSTED for GOVERNOR Commiffee VOTE i PRIMARIES JUNE 3 Power Aire GLO-WHITE OUTSIDE PAINT - - and - GLO-RED BARN PAINT SEE THE Power Aire Spray Equipment For Spray Painting and Many Other Farm Uses "Good Paint Is Hard To Get—But We Have It." NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY FEED PROBLEMS? WE HAVE 'EM TOO. Maybe we don't have just what you want, but our years of experience can help solve your problems. POSTVILLE FEED MILL CLOSING OUT! Maine Grown— GREEN MOUNTAIN CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES Get them while they last. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa Close Out Specials PRICED TO SELL 1 Oakes Electric Brooder 2 Brower Electric Brooders 3 Queen Oil Brooder Stoves 1 Brower Oil Brooder Stove Koevenig's Hardware Hardware and Auto Supplies New Merchandise Just Unpacked! 54-INCH WOOLENS— A LARGE SELECTION FOR CURTAINS— THE NEW PLASTIC MATERIAL In Plain Colors THE TRIANGULAR PILLOW THE LATEST COSTUME JEWELRY SHAG AND RAG RUGS— A Large x Assortment To Choose From. Luhman & Huebner

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