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January 7, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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IT, JANUARY 7, 1948. Luxiliary Ion Projects. members attendedl the |the American Leg\k>n §ld last Wednesday at-|_ |- Mrs. Robert Martln- 14rs. Fred J. Miller as licss. •d Schutte, vice presi- iarge of the meeting in if the president, ibn chairman Mrs. Ray rted that all requests 'office had been met in carpet rags, old leath- hats, etc., were sent ines Facility. It was Christmas gifts had [ted to local veterans' four pounds of home- as sent to the Knox- To the Christmas 'e sent two pairs for id several sachets for 'Auxiliary has a new year, known as the. oy." Purchased - for !were the following iht to the Knoxville e bill folds, a box of p boxes of stationery, ji four pairs socks, and Jl£'ya!ued at over $12.00. ^W»ry reported one new fffa a visitor present. ,.y ..fijJmiBi the "News Heel" and HB^^WV-ljiegionnaire were given n|( , f>jiJrty,-.Kinneth Kerr and Mrs. con. tfndsay. After a social rat! iyr, tin hostesses served re- The John Schultzes X Given Farewell Part}/ \ THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. A farewell surprise party wfcs given in honor of Mr. and Mrs. John Schultz and daughter, Verda Mae, at their home in this city Tuesday evening, Dec. 30. The family havje moved to Farmersburg where Mr. Schultz is now in charge of the hotel he recently purchased. •etmfrrg ~IoT'the partyTweT ^TTJIfr and Mrs. George Schultz, Mr. and Grand Meadow Club Meets at Zieman Home. ge for | net! ap- s ply I tor-1 at | for wr! :ity! ven j chultz EbusewarmmgA^lli day, Dec. 27. ieighbors and friends arming party for Mr. Schultz and family ffarm home north of >veeis__ago__Saturda; brought baskeTs ~of ||||idnight supper, served ||Kshing had been spent v.-?.-winners ° f ni Sh score at l|||pust Schultz and Mrs. low scores were ijjjjjj^$falter Plaht and Mrs. ^.tiSiner; traveling prize Kr Schultz. Bg J the event were Mr. ^M^ftfjjt''August Schultz, Mrs. Mil- tftJJRWMfc » nd Jimmie, Mr. and jff, l jJSImer Schultz, Mr. and Mrs.J jay Althouse, Jr., and family/] '„ wd MMS Walter Plaht, Mr. ancj .*. Kcnnctk Schultz and family^ g u*. aad Mn. Arthur Schultz, Mr. ? A id Hn. Tttd Hangartner, Mrs. , ola PayHHi and Ronald, Mr. and (la .*'lW-4forch and Marcene, Mr. i Mn. Dclmar Reincke. Darlene and, Delia Martins were hostesses to the Grand Meadow Farmerettes 4-H club at a meeting held Wednesday (December 31) in their home. A New Year's resolution was given in response to roll call by each of the eight members present. The afternoon's program included a poem, "Prayer for the New Year," /fgiven, by Marilyn Backhaus; a -\y I poem, "God Knows," read by Marilyn Marting; a demonstration, "Setting the Table," presented by Ruth Panncke and Darlene Martins, and another demonstration, "Measuring," given by Marilyn Backhaus. A recent cooking demonstration | held in Elkader was described to hthe group by Mrs. Backhaus. • During the social hour the group played games, sang songs and exchanged gifts. It was announced that the club's next meeting will be held January 24 at the home of Marilyn Marting. i Birthday 't New Year's Dinner. Wt. jinB Mrs. Lester Harnack en- IlWlpUMPr*- number of guests at )le J D !!£'*? , J Years day, that day al- ^btfJBJ <ae birthday anniversary Hit Mr,; 'Jfcrnack. In attendance ir»Vlb ^And Mrs. John McCune I Saltan Jean of Cedar Rapids; • and' Mn. Bernold Monroe and noa ibt, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin •nrot'Wd .Carolyn Marie of Casio; Mr. Mid Mrs. Fred Kruse and k 1 C^'Willce of Monona; Mr. |<-Ml *..jbhn Sebastian, Mr. and _ A JpH«V0r Block and Mr. and Mrs. Mv jWu-oeder and Merlin of Guests. ISjrs. Henry K. Peterson Kthe following guests at g J«uth of Postville Sun- jH ^tid Mrs. Joe Baker and |J|l |and Mrs. Millard Bil- ^••""|ly, Mr. and Mrs. Harry iand family, Mr. and pAmundson, Miss Clara and Mrs. Clarence Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert family. • • . . " A group of local ladies had Bun- Cook take them to the Harry Davis home east of Postville New Year's day to give Mrs. Florence Davis a (surprise party. Mrs. Davis is con-; fined to her son's home by illness; The~guestri»au1gnT*rj^ and a picnic dinner was served. Those who attended the event were Mrs. Fred Gordon, Mrs. Arthur Harrington, Mrs. Bert E. Tuttle. and daughter, Helen, Mrs. Wm. Everman, Mrs. August Miller, Mrs. Harvey Schultz, Mrs. Henry V/. Steele, Mrs. Fred Ernst, Mrs. Henry Lange and Miss Stella Sams. 11 Officers. odge, No. 707,1. O. O.F Ithcir new officers at _ Friday evening. The SI be in charge of Dis- Grand Master Elmer his suite of officers. io.' wimiimiiiiiuiiiiiiuiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii i, Cream Butter just installed it rigerator and seze locker at ery and begin- it Monday will co sell fresh earn and Butter r patrons at|1 times. iTVILLE KERY Mrs. Milton Anderson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed C. Schroedei' and Merlin, Mr. and;Mrs. Albert Erickson, Jr., and family, Orlando Anderson, Art Schroeder, Oliver Thoreson, Edward Mandcrfield, Ernie Brandt, Olaf Hanson and Leonard Ricker, all of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Heins afid family, Walter Heins, Henry Heins, Jr., and William Wilke of Luana, Bill Schultz of Ossian, Harold and Darlene Heins, Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Schultz and Patsy, and Sankey Van Gorder of Clermont, and Robert Van Gorder of Waukon. The evening was spent playing cards and at midnight a lunch served from the baskets of food brought by the guests. New Year's Meeting Of the Farmerettes. Give Mrs.^ John Davis V SurjjriseJParty January l\ Rebekahs to Intsall. Post Rebekah Lodge will install their new officers Thursday evening, preceded by a picnic supper. Mrs. Doris Heiser of Waukon, District Deputy President, will induct the officers, and Jrtrs. Eula Klees of Rossville will give a report on the recent Assembly. The Grand Meadow Country club et at the home of Mrs. Elmer Zie- an in Postville' Tuesday afternoon jith 23 members and two visitors, rs. W. L. Meyer and Gretchen eman, present.' Christmas poems ere given in answer to roll call. A scriptural selection was read by the hostess, and the group sang "Silent Night" and "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing," as birthday songs for Mrs. Fred Bruns and Mrs. Elmer Zieman. The pledge of allegiance to the flag and «4he club song was followed by a program, which included a reading, "Tommy Helps Santa Claus," by Mary Pann­ cke; a song, "White Christmas," by Bernadine Kugel; "A New Year's Resolution" by Mrs. Lyle Zieman, and "Auld Lang Syne" sung by the club. Mrs. Albert Backhaus was winner of the contest. After a gift exchange a buffet lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting of the group will be held February 5 at the home of Mrs. Lyle, Zieman. Chapter FT, P. E. O. Initiates New Members. Chapter FT, P. E. O., held a special meeting Monday evening, December 29, at the home of Mrs. Leonard Casten at which Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and Miss Jean Douglass were initiated as new members. Non-resident members present at the meeting and making comments concerning interesting events in their work were Cressa Luhman, Virginia Marston, Ann Douglass, Ellen Gertrude Miller, Darlene Douglass, Jean Douglass and Mrs. Paul Schutte. The social committee served refreshments to the group after the meeting. Clermont Clever Clovers Serve Oyster Dinner. With their families as guests, the Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H Club served an oyster dinner Saturday evening in the Clermont public school house. The evening was spent playing various games. Menu at the.dinner consisted of oyster stew, ice cream and cake. JJEntertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poesch entertained a group of friends at their home last Tuesday night as a sort of New Year's eve observance. Present for the oyster supper were Mr. and Mrs. John Mangel, Mr. and Mrs. George Glock, Mr. and Mrs. Ed J. Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. George Kluss, Mrs. Elvin Schultz and William, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Landt. The evening was spent playing 500, and prizes were given to Mrs. Glock and Mr. Landt for high honors and Mrs. Landt and George Kluss for consolation. Farewell Courtesy. Mr. and Mrs. Kermit James entertained at dinner Friday night the men of the local REA as a courtesy to Mack Peterson, an employee, who left this week for his new position in Wilton Junction. During our inventory period we found ourselves overstocked on bedroom suites and offer them right now at a big saving to you. These suites are all of the newest designs and patterns—they will lend enchantment to your bedrooms for years to come. And at the prices we offer them, you will make a substantial saving. Come in and see them now while the selection is good. Louis Schutte & Sons Largest Furniture Stock In Northeastern Iowa Many Families Have- Holiday Dinner Parties —-—•— * New Years day dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and Ramona were: Miss Anna H. Leui, Mrs. Marie Leui and Mrs. Boies Capper. Mrs. Fred C. Eberling entertained the following at a New Year's din- nenat her home: Mr. and Mrs. Clem Waters and family, Mr. and Mrs. Verni Eberling and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harold F. Eberling and family. Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and Bruce, Mr. and Mrs. Lavern Brewer and Linda, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Trappe and Mary Kay, Mr. and Mrs. Edward Handke and Sonny, and Raymond Brewer were Christmas guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brewer home. Mrs. Will C. Thoma entertained the following at a New Year's dinner in her home Thursday: Mr. and Mrs. Clem Frimml and daughter of Iowa City, Mrs. H. L. Meyer and Mrs. William Timmerman of Castalia, Mrs. Ruby Peckham and Virginia and Neil, Mrs. Christ Salzgeber and Leo Boese. Mrs. Verla Heusman and family entertained a number of relatives at their home at dinner New Years day. In addition to those from this community, those present were Mr. and Mrs. Victor Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Klotzbach and Stanley, and Mr. and Mrs. LaVern Meyer and Gary, all of Monona. Another Christmas dinner party was the one at the Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Bachtell home where guests were Mr. and Mrs. Jack Ekstrum and children 'of Peoria, 111., Mr. and Mrs. Peter Ryken and James of Hampton, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Gor don and family of Monona, Mr. an Mrs. Ed Mann of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Fred E. Gordon and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Harrington of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. E. E. Owen of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Vencil Holly and Gene of McGregor, Milton Franck of Iowa City, Miss Mildred Owen of Minneapolis, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Creston Kelley and James of Monona were Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Forest Kelly and Connie Lyn. The group also observed the 80th birthday anniversary of Mr. Owen which fell on Sunday. Mr, and Mrs. L. W. Casten entertained the following at dinner at their home last Tuesday evening, complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Paul A. Schutte who were visiting here from Cincinnati, Ohio: Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kamp and family, Mrs. Lena Perry, Louis and Viola Kamp and Miss Darlene Szabo of Castalia, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casten of Monona. Dinner guests the Sunday before in the Casten home were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte and Mr. and Mrs. Willard Schutte and family. Iowa Farm Woman Receives High Award. Ten midwestern farm leaders have chosen Mrs. Lois H. ; Wallace of Iowa county, Iowa, winner of the prized award for superior achievement in agriculture which she will receive January 10. Few women have been thus recognized since the inception of the first award nearly four years ago. Since the death of her husband a little over a year ago, Mrs. Wallace has carried on with the inspiration and help of eight fine sons and daughters. She has continued sound soil conservation practices and maintained high food production. Production in 1947 included almost 6,000 pounds of butterfat, 33,000 of pork and 3,733 dozen eggs. Field crops for the 160 acres included 55 acres of corn, 15 of oats, 7 of soybeans and 57 of brome alfalfa. Mrs. ^ Wallace, also active in most community endeavors, will receive her award, including a $100 U. S. Savings Bond, scroll and gold lapel button, presented at a breakfast in her honor to which many friends and neighbors have been invited next Saturday morning. ?4S Former Postville Girl ^ Has Own Radio Show v ^Dorothy Mae Dravis, 13 year old daugHter of Mr. and Mrs. Calvin Dravis of Waterloo, formerly of Postville, has set out on her own in the radio field, according to word received here this week. Dorothy has a program all her own and is broadcasting each Saturday morn- |^n&^frem._lO-4e--10^3^)-on ~WBteT^DD 's .west-statiorra «-320-Tin--your-tlial. Her program is entitled "Dottie's Tiny Tot Record Shop Program" and she writes her own script and plays amusing child records.^ From the response receiver!; the program is well liked. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schutte had as their New Years dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bulman and daughter, Leora, of Waukon were New Years dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Harold. Groth. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Palas and children of Waukon were New Years dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer and family. Mr. and Mrs. George Kohlmann had as their guests Sunday Mrs. Birdie P. Durno, Mrs. Mark Piatt, Mrs. Will C. Thoma and J. W. Steele. Mr. and Mrs. Vern Marting and daughter, Fern, and Miss Iris Fry of Monona, Miss Irene Mangels mi Forest Mills and Vernis Engelhardt of Waukon were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arno Engelhardt last Sunday. SCHOOL NEWS. (Continued from page 1) Some Statistics. A check on the statistics kept on the Postville basketball team reveals the following bits of interest in the first five games played. Although the team has won four out of five games, it outscored the.op­ ponents by a mere 172 to 126. The Pirates collected 61 field goals, the opponents 44, and have committed 59 personal fouls to their rivals' 69. In the five games eleven boys have seen action, and six, Howard Hills, Dean Gunderson, Bernie Martins, Bob Douglass, Jim Malone and Eugene Rima have appeared in every game. Dean Gunderson has been able to get off the most shots, 61, and has connected 19 times to lead in that department. However, Bernie Martins has made good the highest percentage of his attempts, making good 13 times in 31 tries for a very respectable 42%. Gunderson has also appeared at the free throw line the most times, 29, converting on 14 occasions. Jim Malone has been the most consistent with his charity tosses, making 12, while missing 4, for 75%. / Bob Douglass and Malone have [,been guilty of the most personal fouls, each being called for 12. Martins and Douglass have been the most capable rebounders, with Martins handling 52 and Douglass 36. Round Robin Tournament. The tournament is still going along smoothly. Everybody is having fun out of this tournament. On Monday Ken Schroeder's "Wildcats" played Ed Green's "Green- devils" which Green won 10 to 8. Then on Tuesday Bernard Livingood's "Rats" played Cloy Meyer's 'Pirates," which the Rats won 25 to 7. Wednesday, Eddie Waters' "Waterboys" played Lloyd Schutte's "Sure Shots" and the Water- The health importance of warmth providing, energy supplying breakfasts is accented by these cold winter mornings. So give breakfast a break in your home. Send your family jon their way well-filled and well-fortified against low temperatures by serving generous portions of good morning foods. ORANGES, 2 dozen 43c GRAPEFRUIT JQ C per dozen. . TEXAS ORANGES, per dozen____— 39c ROBIN HOOD PANCAKE FLOUR, 5 lb. bag 49c PLEASANT VALLEY HONEY, Vi gallon $1.49 QUAKER OATMEAL, 3 lb. 39c CREAM OF WHEAT, pkg.. 33c MONARCH COFFEE, pounds _51c Orange ft Grapefruit Juice, No. 5 tin.. 39c Grapefruit Hauoe, No. * tin for.. 21c Mixed Vegetables, Monarch, per tin... 23c POUND BACON 79c Oxydol, per package 41c Woodbury Soa#, 3 ban for 29c Breese, per package 41c POUND PORK LIVER 39c HAROLDS CASH MARKET boys won 10 to 1: On Thursday William Schultz's "Toilers" won an, easy victory of 30 to 4 over Don Elvers' "Hot Shots." The standings now are: Won Lost Team No. 2 3 , 0 Team No. 3 3 ' 0 Team No. 8 1 1 Team No. 7 1 1 Team No. 5 1 2 . Team No. 6 1 2 Team No. 4 0 2 Team No. 1 0 2 The three highest scorers are: Ed Boese, 33 points. Tennis Mork, 24 points. Leon Casten, 21 points. Mrs. Louise Lindroth of Monona spent New Years eve in the Mrs. Amelia Heins home. 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