Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on November 26, 1947 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, November 26, 1947
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E8DAY, NOVEMBER 26, 1947. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Post-Franklin Club Meets at Swenson Home. Ml ft« t per ctlj — t en pic- wl nge" Parlene Voelz, daughter of Mrs. R. C. Voelz, of Postal Clyde Fordyce, son of Fordyeo of Waterloo, were united in marriage Sunday after- ( ftdqn|jiat two o 'clock in St. Paul's •g Lutffernn church, the Rev. Fred- erioJK'R. Ludwig officiating M# Ludwig pregfaecTaT' the Contois of the church organ and played tfK ?5jwedding marches and ac- comlinied Charles Hoth who sang "ll^pre You Truly" and "Oh, Per- jSMb'bride wore a gown of white •jHUgBwith n sweetheart neckline WmW': was trimmed with seed pwjf. The long sleeves of the firtnii camo to a point at the WRRjl' The gown was princess •lafWwith a junior train. The veil iVM|SJged in lace and was of white nanlirith a crown of seed pearls. Sha Also wore a heart-shaped locket KWh*^ was a gift from the bride- S^pmtti' She carried a shower bou- w "' te chrysanthemums, matron of honor was her ^'SriliB ^jMrs. Virgil Heins, who wore ffMijfyOtllte marquisette dress with E tlM*Stosertions, and she carried a elbenmr bouquet of pink carnations. J, 4Mjf bridesmaids were Thelma sFdfdiJfce of Chicago, cousin of the nedftirtd^proom. Eileen Schroeder of len |IiUilBp and Irene Gilster of Far nch tanttnflijurg, cousins of the bride. on . *MitapFordyce wore a light blue .'WOOl'aformai; Miss Schroeder was attired in a yellow brocaded mar- mt quisMte dress, and Miss Gilster *iih W «l«;a pink dress with taffeta waist ,„!, sand?inet skirt. All three wore cor p u H ma&ikbl mixed flowers. ViSfgil Heins, brother-in-law of jthesjSpde. served as best man to iheJ {tarittjifeordycc. Ushers were Eldon IP- Kregil of Postville, Harold Gilster and Frederick Zahn of Farmersburg i A deception was held in the fellowship hall of the church following the ceremony and 150 guests WW in attendance. The tables for the ^ccasion were decorated in blue, fcink. yellow and white, while • ftwir'-tiered wedding cake, deco- forith pink roses and blue and I. forget-me-nots and adorned wttt P miniature bride and bride- """grOBW formed the' centerpiece of •"theb|de's table. Those having charge of the ltiafhebn were Mrs. Walter Lam- ,m«^KMrs. Ed Lammert, Mrs. Eli d "~g, Mrs. Faye Wickham, Mrs. Schultz and Mrs. John C. the latter of Ossian. The es were Mrs. Jim Wolfe iez and Jean of West Union, Klotzbach of Farmersbur^, .awrence Krueger and Irene of Monona, Mrs. Harlan an,- Mrs. Florence Schutte, e, and Ileta Martens of Cas- The Misses Geneva Wilke arlys Pries served at the table. |of town guests included Mrs. Wedeking and Paul and Dorothy and Thelma For- ind Mrs. Nellie Goddard of The November meeting of the Post-Franklin Study Club was held in the home of Mrs. Arthur Swenson last Wednesday, with Mrs. George Bowles and Mrs. Frank' Hogan as assisting hostesses. In addition to the 25 members, one visitor was present. Mrs. Kenneth Kpth was received into the club as a new member. Devotionals were led by Mrs. Lloyd Pearson. Roll call was answered by "My Operation." The group sang "Oh, Come, All Ye Faithful" and "God Be With You Till We Meet Again." The tree contest conducted by Mrs. Walter Sander was won by Mrs. Harry Davis, first prize, and Mrs. Henry Heusman, consolation. The color contest given by Mrs. Fred Griihn resulted in Mrs. M. E. Smith winning the first prize and the consolation prize going to Mrs. Tom Looney. A song, "Goodbye," was sung for the latter. At the business meeting of the club it was decided to bring clothing and food to the December meeting at the Mrs. Harva Miller home, starting at 1:30 o'clock. These' will be sent to the various relatives of club members in Europe who are among the needy The Club of the Hour Discusses New Books. • tavr- a short wedding trip the will make their home He. in Mr i and Mrs. Bernard Hanson nily of Elgin were Sunday 'guests in the Mr. and Mrs. be Peterson home. In the the Hansons and Petersons |unche6n guests in the home land Mrs. Henry K. Peterson. Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Miss Florence Hoth with fourteen members present." Roll call was answered with "New Books." The following program was given: Round table discussion of Latin American Literature and Life, by Mrs. William Behrens, Miss Ruth Mackert and Mrs. Mack' Peterson. The business meeting followed and the meeting was adjourned. The next club meeting will be held on December 8 at the home of Mrs. Glenn J. Jarmes. Legion Auxiliary Sends Carpet Rags to Facility. The regular monthly meeting of the American. Legion Auxiliary was held in Memorial Hall last Wednesday, with Mrs. Willard Schutte, vice president, conducting the meeting. Mrs. W. A. Knceland and Mrs, Robert Martindale were the hostesses. , Mrs. J. T. Humphrey gave a report on the county Auxiliary meeting which was held at Waukon recently. Ten pounds of sewed carpet rags, from the local unit, have been sent -to the Des Moines Facility, according to the report of Mrs. Ray Douglass. It was also reported that other items had been sent to the "Gift Shop." The President's message was read by Mrs. Robert Martindale, and Mrs. Robert Lindsay explained the I new rules governing the ordering of rugs made by the veterans. Mrs. Cecil Livingood won the attendance prize, and the hostesses served refreshments at the close of the meeting. Suggested Recipes for Your Meal-Saving File. Entertain Dinner Guests^ At Baptismal of Son. yMr. and Mrs. Vernon Kugel entertained a group of relatives and friends at their home Sunday in honor of their son, Robert William, who was baptized that day. •—-The - guestsincluded- Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Will Kugel and daughters, Gertrude and Bernadine, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kugel, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Seeland, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carol, Mr. and Mrs. Willard Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Orville Meyer, Mrs. Alvin Meyer and Marie and Arthur, Janice Lee Kamp, and the child's two great- grandmothers, Mrs. Eda Meyer and Mrs. Anna Hamann. The sponsors at the baptism were Arthur Meyer and Will Kugel. Monday Club Observes National Book Week. Eighteen members of the Postville Monday club met at the home of Mrs. Otto Fischer on November 24 for an interesting program commemorating National Book Week Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison gave paper on John Gunther, Mrs. Louis Hill a review of the Autobiography of William Allen White, and Mrs, Elmer Weihe a paper on Lloyd C, Douglass. Roll call was answered by items concerning new books v now being read. The next meeting of the club will be on December 8 at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Cook. Mrs. Eula Pearson Given Birthday Dinner. Mrs. Lena Behrens Honored on Birthday. Mrs: Lena Behrens of this city attained her 81st birthday anniversa ry Monday, so the evening before a group of ladies surprised her by coming in with baskets of food for a picnic dinner and social season. On Monday evening Mr. and Mrs, Harry Tyler entertained a group of relatives at a 6:30 o'clock dinner in honor of Mrs. Behrens. Mr. and Mrs. Gaddes Brooks will have as their Thanksgiving dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Wilson A.' Lange and family of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Hofer of this city. JJB# OIL HEATER PATENTED III Built to last a lifetime . . . Smartly itylsd and finished in sparkling porcelain . . . Simple fingertip control provides perfect home comfort. MeMrtecterad eed SeereetMd by SICGLER ENAMEL RANGE COMPANY Steve MHm fer HeH A Cwhrf CINTIAIIA • ILLINOIS FORCtO •zX. AIR Tiiei tit Hut with list Oil iast-to-Coast Stores DOUGLAS R. LOOMIS, Proprietor Mr. and Mrs. Don White entertained at a birthday dinner Sunday in honor of Mrs. White's mother, Mrs. Eula Pearson. Those attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. J. L. Laurrant of St. Louis, Mo., Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns, and Danny, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Larson and family, Mr. and Mrs. Porter Jones, all of this community, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Wiedenmann and • family of Monona. Entertain Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens entertained the members of the Croquet Club and their husbands and several other guests at their home last Thursday evening. .After the dinner cards were played and prizes awarded to the winners. The Postville Community Hospital Auxiliary will meet in Memorial Hall Saturday evening at eight o'clock, to which all women interested are invited. Here are some main dish recipes from Jewel Graham, Iowa State College nutritionist, to help feed the family and at the same time save meat. Potato Pancakes. 3 eggs, 1 t. salt, 1 T. sugar, 3 c. milk, 2% c. sifted flour, 1 T. melted fat, 3 c. grated raw potatoes. Beat egg yolks; add salt, sugar, milk. Add flour, fat; beat. Stir in potatoes; fold in stiffly beaten whites. Bake on greased hot griddle. Hamburger Dinner. 1 lb. ground beef, 1 egg, Vi c. bread crumbs. >/i c. minced onion, Vi t. salt, >/i t. pepper, 2 T. hot fat, 4 to 6 medium carrots, 5 to 6 potatoes, H> c. water. Combine beef, egg, crumbs, onions, seasonings. Form into patties; brown on each side in pressure saucepan; place potatoes and carrots on top. Add water; cook at 15 pounds for 8 minutes. Reduce pressure to zero quickly. Corn and Cheese Souffle. Vt • c. butter, Vi c. flour, 1 c. milk, X c. grated cheese, 2 c. cream style corn, 1 t. salt, dash of paprika, 4 eggs. L Make white sauce of butter, flour, ilk; add cheese, stirring until •melted; add corn, seasonings; remove from heat. Gradually stir in well-beaten yolks; fold in stiffly beaten whites. Turn into buttered baking dish; set in pan of hot water; bake at 350' degrees F. for 50 to 60 minutes. Frankfurter Casserole. 8 frankfurters, 1 medium onion, M c. butter, % c. flour, 3 c. tomatoes, 3 c. diced, cooked carrots, 3 T. ketchup, salt and pepper. Saute minced onion; add flour: stir in tomatoes and cook until thick. Add carrots, ketchup, seasoning. Slice frankfurters across and mix in. Bake at 350 degrees F. for % hour. Fish Potato Puff. 2 c. flaked fish, 2 c, mashed potatoes. 1 t. salt. 1 T. lemon juice, 2 T. each chopped celery and parsley, 1 T. each minced green pepper and onion, 2 T. butter, 3 eggs, pepper. Combine fish, potatoes, salt, pepper, lemon juice. Saute and add celery, parsley, green pepper, onions. Add beaten egg yolks; beat until light; fold in beaten whites; pile in baking dish, greased only on bottom. Bake at 350 degrees for ¥< hour. . SCHOOL NEWS. (Continued from page 1) First Grade. Several of the first graders have been absent because of illness. Dean Christofferson and Alan Davis are back with vis, but Kenneth Trautman and Phillip Brouillet are still absent. John Meyer gave us a birthday treat Thursday. His birthday is August 8, so he is treating us now. This was a nice surprise. Second Grade. We wrote a Thanksgiving story in language class and Keith Bachtell's story was put in our story book. Those who read stories to the class this week were Karan Evans, Dennis Eder, Verlene Hangartner and Roberta Berns. Fourth Grade. On Monday in art we enjoyed making mass drawings with white chalk. We made an igloo with an Eskimo beside it, in the background was the horizon and the ocean. Fifth Grade. "Caddie Woodland" is being read to the class during the opening exercises each morning. It is a story of a pioneer family in Wisconsin. This story fits with the westward movement being studied in history. , • llllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllillllllllllllllllllllll Postville Stoi will be CLOSED ALL DAY THURSDAY Thanksgiving Day OPEN EVERY WEDNESDAY EVENING FROM NOW UNTIL CHRISTMAS POSTVILLE COMMERCIAL CLUB Sunday Dinner Guests. Sunday evening 6:30 o'clock dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Walter were Mr. and Mrs. LeRoy Schmidt and family of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Maloy Walter and family and Mr. and Mrs. Malloyd Mueller and femily of Elkader; Mrs. Clara Walter and Florene of Farmersburg, and Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and family and Mr. and Mrs. Wm. F. Baltz of Postville. Apples should be stored in a cool, airy room, away from light. CHOOSE WW ''""«»»„ lw , MI „„ ml .l««'^ For Grain Yield, Stalk Strength, Feeding Value and Early Cribbing A Hybrid That Stands Long After Maturity and Holds Its HYBRID Thanksgiving Specials Our Grocery Specials as advertised last 'week are still available . to our customers this week. The Farmers Store R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 HOUSECOATS The Newest Styles with peplums and swing skirts MEN'S PAJAMAS in a wide selection. BLOUSES For women and children Embroidered and Lace Trimmed SLIPS Seamprufe—Made of Genuine Bur-Mil Crepe UMBRELLAS Choose from our large selection SWEATERS All Wool—In Button and Slip-Over Styles HANDBAGS The Ideal Gift for "Her" Huebner's POSTVILLE, IOWA

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