Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 22, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAY 22, 194G. HOSPITAL AUXILIARY WILL MEET SATURDAY The Postvillc hospital auxiliary will have their regular meeting Saturday evening, May 25, at 8 o'clock In Memorial hall. FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST ALKA SELTZER, ACkn Large Size wl NOXZEMA, OQ/» SKIN CREAM LOV> LADY ESTHER OQ /i CREAM and POWDER t /OC TEK TOOTH BRUSH. OQ„ Nylon Bristles UUK, TEEL LIQUID QQ/» DENTIFRICE OUL THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. :*|QO -At Be thrilled and surprised at the beautiful difference. Looks dark in the slick. Blends to a brilliant natural tone. Stays on longer, without drying lips. Very Indelible. PROTECT YOUR GARDEN with ACME INSECTICIDES DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" Eastern Star Chapter Honors Service People. ; Postvillc Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, paid homage to the sons and husbands ot its members who participated in World War II, at an impressive ceremony held in conjunction with its regular meeting Monday evening lit Masonic hall., /Mothers, wives arid friends of these fncu lit candles and placed them on a specially constructed table to form the (letters "U. S." Twenty-five red candles and one gold candle were placed. As the candles were lit, a brief resume of each man's war record was given. During the service Jean Douglass supplied music on the bell-lyre of the various branches of service represented; Virginia Peckham sang "The Star Spangled Banner," and the two girls sang Taps" after the gold candle was lit. •The following men were honored: Army—Bruce Webster, Frank Hangartner, Edward Burdick, Neil Bulman, Howard Bulman, DuWayne Bnl- man, Arthur Thoma, Earl llacfner, Earl Hacfncr. Jr.. Gates Williams. Navy—Dean Meyer. Ernest Overland. Lloyd Palmer, William Kenney, Carletou Kenney. Coast Guard—Louis Hill, Jr Luhman. Air Corps—Robert Bachtell. Charles Bachtell, Harlan Chamberlain, Ervin Wahls. Marine Corps—Verne Stover. Leo Sebastian. Earl Chamberlain. Paratroopers—Charles Anderson, Earl Gray. During the evening a collection of $32.27 was received and this will be used for the boys in Iowa hospitals. The committee in charge of this event was composed of Mrs. Elmer Meyer. Mrs. Louis L. Hill and Mrs. R. M. Heckcr. Lloyd Post-Franklin Club Met At Engelhardt Home. The Post-Franklin Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Arno Engelhardt last Wednesday with 18 members and eleven visitors in attendance. The guests included Mrs. Fred Ruckdaschel, Mrs. Roger Harris, Mrs. Louis Benjegerdes, Mrs. Arbe Behrcns, Mrs. Walter Bugenhagen, Mrs. James Foran, Mrs. Karl Walters, Mrs. Elsie Gruhn, Mrs. Dale Brainard, Mrs. John Waters, all of this community, and Mrs. Gladys Nash of Marble Rock. Mrs. Henry Heusman presided at the meeting and appointed Mrs. Harvey Schultz and Mrs. Harva Miller to act as the gift committee of the club. Mrs. Richard Suckow and Mrs. Elmer Mohs were named to the membership committee. New members added to the club at this meeting were Mrs. Frank Lawson Mrs. Ambrose Looney and Mrs. Elsie Gruhn. The program consisted of the following numbers: Roll call, Mother's Day poems; devotionals by .Mrs. Harva Miller; The Lord's Prayer by all; the Club Women's Creed by Mrs. Heus man; a paper, "Our Conflicting Racial Policies and Hopeful Signs in Race Relations," by Mrs. Clinton Meyer; songs selected from the club's new books, and contest conducted by Mrs. Harvey Schultz. At the close of the meeting a lunch was served by Mrs. Engelhardt and her assisting hostess, Mrs. George Brainard. Mrs. John M. Brooks will be the hostess at the club's meeting in June. Local Club Women Attend County Meeting. Mrs. Clarence Hoth, Mrs. Mack Peterson and Mrs. Truman Overecn, representing the Club of the Hour, and Mrs. Otto Fischer, Mrs. Elmer F. Weihe, Mrs. Alice Miller, Mrs. George Tjnden, Mrs. F. H. Luhman, Mrs. WiU liam Leul, Mrs. Robert M. Hecker, Mrs. Louis L." Hill and Mrs. Mate Welzel of the Monday Club, were at Wnukon last Wednesday to attend the county convention of Iowa Federation of Women's clubs. Mrs. A. E. Sheridan of Waukon presided at the meeting which was attended by 84 club women. Mrs. J. H. Hager of Waukon, president of the Iowa Federated Women's Clubs, addressed the group and urged club­ women to assist in the collection of new materials for clothing European children. Materials should be collected by June 1, she stated, in order that they might be sent to the national convention in Chicago in June to be added to the "marathon mound of materials" to be sent to Europe this summer. Dujing the afternoon program a centennial pageant was presented in which the Club of the* Hour and Post­ villc Monday Clubs assisted. The next meeting will be held June 14 at the home of Lavonne Faber. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee, Billy, Mary Jane and Dickie, Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee and Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Reuben Bacthke at Cresco. We note by the Anamosa Journal that Gates Williams, a former Postville boy, is in charge of the Betty Co-ed Revue to be staged by the American Legion in Anamosa and will also be master of ceremonies at the event. Gates is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Williams who now reside in Anamosa. West Post Project Club Meets With Mrs. Sebastian. Home Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Wm. Luepker. Annual Alumni Banquet To Be Held On June 11. Invitations were mailed this week to 4. >0 alumni of Postvillc high school announcing the annual banquet and reception for this year's graduation class. The banquet will be held at Odd Follows hall on Tuesday evening, Juno II, starting at 6:30 o'clock. The class of 1921 will hold their silver anniversary reunion in conjunction with this year's banquet, and during the program, at which Joseph B. Steele will act as toastmaster, the Harriett Mott medal will be awarded to the senior student, who in the opinion of a committee ranked high scholastically and rendered outstanding community service while in school. Acceptance cards for those who will attend the banquet are to be returned by June 4 to Miss Elizabeth Schultz, Postvillc. secretary of the alumni association. FOR UGLY WALLPAPER y X. GALLON Think of it! You can hide an average-size roomful of horrid old wallpaper-walls that almost make you scream—only $2.79 a room. DO THE JOB WITH SUPERMIX Quie-lone Honor Truman Overeen. Truman Overeen was tendered a party Friday evening by his employer and employees of the Falb Motor & Implement Co.. where he has been employed for the last 12 years. A dinner was served at the Coffee Cup cafe in Elgin. Mr. Overeen will soon leave Falb's to take over The Palm, which he recently purchased from J. F. Sawvelle. Honor Local Girl. Ann Douglass, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey H. Douglass,' has been elected vice president of the student council of religious activities at Texas State College for Women at Denton, Texas, for the 1946-47 term of school. Ann is a sophomore kindergarten primary major on the campus. The Grand Meadow township Home Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. William Luepker last Wednesday, with 12 members answering roll call by naming their favorite movie star. Bing Crosby led in popularity. "Home Sweet Home" was the opening song and Scripture reading from Psalms 107:1-10, was by the vice president. The hymn sung was "Song of Peace," and the thought for the day was read by Mrs. Ray Jacobia. A report on the recently held achievement day was made by members who attended the event; a poem, "Mother," was read by Mrs. Leska Martens. A short story and a poem. "The Little Tilings That Tell," were read by Mrs. LaVern Meyer. Several contests were conducted by Mrs. Harley Radloff and the closing song. "Taps," was sung by the group. Members in attendance at this meeting included Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. Ed Doerring, Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Ray Jacobia, Mrs. Harry Landt.^Mrs. Wni. Luepker, Mrs. LaVern Meyer, Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Harley Radloff, Mrs. Henry Radloff and Mrs. Melvin Radloff. Two guests, Mrs. Olson and Mrs. Wilbur Breckvvood, attended. The Juno meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Radloff Wednesday, June 19. The West Post Project Club met at the home of Mrs. Harlan Sebastian last Wednesday afternoon with 10 members and two visitors, Mrs. Florence Schutte and daughter, Carol Ann, in attendance. Roll call was answered by members reading a Mother's Day poem; "Polly Wolly Doodle" was sung by the group, and a contest conducted by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian was won by Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. During the business meeting, the club decided to have its annual picnic at the tourist park in Postville on Sunday. June 23. Mrs. Leonard Oldag had charge of the program, composed of the following numbers: A contest by Mrs. Oldag was won by Mrs. Harlan Schara; verses from Mother's Day poems read by members; song. "Oh, Susanna," by all; "Faith of Our Fathers" and "Dear Evelina" were sung for the birthday anniversaries of Mrs. Merle Lange and Mrs. Ervin Haltmeyer. After the meeting adjourned, the hostess served a lunch. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Rudolph C. Huebner on July 17. Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman entertained at 6:30 dinner last Friday evening in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Meyer of Guttenberg, the guests being Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Engelhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Heusman and family, and Mrs. Joe Duwe and daughters, Helen and Viola. The Rev. and Mrs. Eldon Seamans, Miss Merle Bruene, Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison, Miss Merna Aitchison and Robert H. Burling were Sunday dinner guests at the Harry Turner home. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Winke and family were Sunday dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Henry Snitker home. Farmerettes 4-H Club Meet at Backhaus Home. The Grand Meadow Farmerettes 4-H Club met with Marilyn Backhaus last Saturday and answered roll call by telling of ways to help mother. Patty Lou Brewer, Mrs. Ernest Faber and sons and Jack Backhaus were guests present. Plans were made for the meetings to be held in future months and the pledge of allegiance was given by the group. An article on "Secret of Radish Success—Sow Little But Often," was read by Lavonne Faber and a paper on "Fitting Dresses," was given by Lois Koopman. A poem, "To Mother," was presented by Marilyn Marling. The group then sang a number of songs and Marilyn Backhaus played a piano solo, "Vale of Song." Miss Backhaus and Darlene Martins showed the girls how to sew bound buttonholes, after which the girls discussed making sewing boxes. The group concluded the afternoon by playing games and a lunch was served by Mrs. Backhaus. Marilyn Backhaus and Lavonne Faber had birthday anniversaries and were presented with a charm bottle and candy bars. Announcing... Free Delivery TWICE DAILY | 10 a. m. and 2 p. m. § Starting | THURS., MAY 23 | It s thrifty—takes just one gallon of this wonderful watec-thtuned, oil-emulsion paint to redecorate the average room. It's quick and easy—SUPER- MIX Quic-tone paint covers most walls, wallpaper in one coat . . . dries in less than an hour... goes on easily with brush or applicator; No paint odor. It's beautiful—12 washable, gloriously bright colors, plus white, to choose from. '07* per gallon paittjorm. Makes 1'/» gallons ready to apply•OUIS L. HILL "eating, Hardware and Plumbing OUR OWN HARDWARE Summer Dresses Make your choice from our large selection of the newest and latest styles. CHENILLE ROBES Just Arrived > BLEACHED MUSLIN 36-Inches Wide UNBLEACHED MUSLIN 36 to 40 Inches Wide CLEARANCE SALE . . . ON ALL SPRING COATS % AND SUITS ONE-THIRD OFF Glenn J. Jarmes Fine Foods Luhman & Huebner HIGH SCHOOL GRADUATES Should Select A College WITH THE FOLLOWING FEATURES: 1. 2. 8. 9. 10. A balanced program A strong faculty Adequate equipment An excellent library Vocational courses Social and athletic activities State approval for teacher training Prc-profcssionai courses Fine old traditions Successful alumni Investigate the claims made for any college before you register. There arc many good colleges. Pick a good one. UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY FAYETTE, IOWA U. I. U. GRADUATES ''MAKE GOOD'' 16% DAIRY FEED A Limited Supply of 16% DAIRY FEED on hand. POSTVILLE FEED MILL Custom Slaughtering Regulations . . . The following regulations on custom butchering have been sent to us and which we shall be forced to follow in the future: There is no restriction on the amount of custom slaughtering you can do for producers. A producer is again defined as under the old No. 1 meat control order— (1) He either operates a farm at which he resides more than six months of the year; or (2) He actually supervised the raising of the livestock and was on the premises on which the livestock was raised at least one-third of the days during the applicable period specified in sub-paragraph (3), and (3) The livestock was raised on premises operated by him: (I) From birth to the moment of slaughter; or (II) For at least 60 days immediately preceding slaughter; or (III) For a period immediately preceding slaughter during which its weight was increased by at least 35 per cent of its weight when acquired. As you can readily appreciate, this is intended to bar from your custom slaughtering facilities any non-producer who wants to go out and buy a hog or beef critter and provide himself a meat supply. If you have been slaughtering for restaurants and stores, you cannot now continue to do so unless such establishments can show you their MC5 permit to have custom slaughtering done. Meat producers who intend to consume the meat derived from slaughtering are not required to have this permit, but all others having custom slaughtering done must have such a permit or you will be in violation of Control Order No. 2 by slaughtering for them. Since Control Order No. 2, like Order No. 1, regards the owner of the animal at the time of slaughter as the slaughterer, any producers for whom you do slaughtering are regarded as Class 3 slaughterers and as such have the right to sell or otherwise transfer during any six consecutive months, 3,000 pounds of meat derived from such slaughter. Such sales, of course, must be made under OPA ceiling prices. May we solicit your cooperation in carrying out these rules'and regulations. Postville Locker Service MILO GERICKE, Prop. IB

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