Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 14, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 14, 1948
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ft JANUABY 14, MM. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FTVK rer Clovers L. Kittleson. JWflt life«UiH»d )s i~A -Tteiwt] rvcd by |t Clever Clovers '4-II ISaturday at the home Cittleson, the meeting flhe- group giving the jibers answered roll jfrooming Habit I Can riq Biiraas was a Meeting. feiyed a letter from a nany thanking them clothing and' food isiness meeting the ram was carried out: People," by Geral- ttstrated talk, "Drying by Jean Brandt; il"A Complete Sports frnice Blockhaus; il ('Colors in Dress," by bson; demonstration, Buttonhole," by lus; talk, "Difference [>rs and Shears," by talk, "Kinds of nes," by Mildred Fo " talk, "Problems of perials," Judy Swen ation, "Threading a a Knot," by Vida |al period followed ^provided by Darlene srward a lunch was ifhostess. \ :;illa Pat flgue Weds | 111., Man. received here thlii irriage of Miss Mari- fiighter of Mr.- and jigue of Cedar Rapids stville, to Arne Eric Mr. and Mrs. Veri f Villa Park, 111/ \vas-seo*etly-"'per- 2 at the St. James :h in Piqua, Ohio, by ^Williamson, f wrio attended Post- lipol before she went s with her parents a . -—, f will be graduated LL ' 'fttjOgnplli; College, Mt. Vernon, Kt Jlute Mr. Carlson is a senior _UM ttllege of medicine at North<Merfi> tTnlwersity, Evanston, 111. llawiflg ^Jheir graduation the jmltyjnake their home in The Henderson Prairie Study Club met Tuesday afternoon in the home of Mrs. Rudy Everman, with 18 members answering roll call, giving sewing hints. Mrs. Boyd B Turner was^ 'appointed publicity chairman. The program consisted of a poem, read by Mrs. Gilbert Meyer; an article, "You Can Sleep," by Mrs. \Lloyd Everman; another, " Life in Scandinavian Countries," by Mrs. 'John' J. Marlins; one on "Take a Deep Breath," by Mrs. Gilbert Meyer, and a review of the book, "Corn Country," by Mrs. Kenneth Kerr. Mrs. Kerr won the contest on quotations presented by Mrs. Boyd Turner, and at the conclusion of the meeting a lunch was served by the hostess. MS Local Rebekahs Install New Officers Thursday. Mrs. Roger Harris was installed' as the new noble grand of Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48, at the regular meeting last Thursday evening. The installation ceremony was in charge of Mrs. Doris Heiser of Waukon, district deputy president, and her suite of officers from the Waukon lodge. A picnic supper preceded j the installation. In attendance were five members from Waukon, four from Rossville and 29 from Postville. Mrs. Roy Klees of Rossville presented her report on the Rebekah state assembly meeting held last fall. e Other officers installed were Mrs. Milo Meyer, vice grand; Mrs. Francis Padden, secretary and reporter; Mrs. Edward Poesch, treasurer; Mrs. Elmer Sander, R. S. N. G.; Mrs. Henry Lange. L. S. N. G.; Mrs. Lenard Allen; R. S. V. G.; Mrs. Lucile Hein, L, S. V. Q.; Mrs. Leo Enyart, warden; Olive Grinder, conductor; Mrs. Glenn Olson, chaplain; Mrs. Delia Stone, musician; | Mrs. Leonard Pearson, inside guardian; Mrs. Laurence Hofer, outside guardian; s Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel, color bearer; Mrs. Amanda Phillips, trustee; and Mrs. Gus Miller, reporter to the Iowa Odd Fellow. Odd Fellows Install Officers Friday Evening. Postville Lodge, No. 707, 1. O. O. F., installed Ross Thornton as their Noble Grand last Friday j evening after the regular business meeting. District Deputy Grand Master Albert Oelberg of Waukon and his suite of officer's had charge of the installation. Others Inducted into office were Erwin L. Klingbeil, R. S. N. G.; Francis Padden, L. S. N. G.; Eldo Sander, vice grand; Marvin Suckow, R. S. V. G.; Rudolph Hartwig, L. S. V. G.; Lorence Reinhardt, warden; Lloyd Schultz, conductor; Verni Eberling, chaplain; Gilbert Meyer, outside guardian; Cloy Miller, inside guardian; Joe Harnack, R. S. S., Harlan Seybert, L. S. S.; Everett Cook, secretary; Roger Harris, treasurer. -. It was announced that work would be held in the initiatory degree Friday evening of this week, with a lunch to be served afterward. Interesting News From Grade Schools Henderson Prairie Club Meets at Everman Home. G. Meadow Go-Getters Have Sleigh Ride Party. Eleven members and two guests were present at the Grand Meadow Go-Getters 4-H Club meeting held with Mary Casten Monday evening of this week. Kenneth Elvers, club leader, gave out the program booklets for this year, and a motion was made to contribute $3.00 toward the campaign to send garden seeds to Hungary. Victor Amundson gave a talk on Why and What of Feeds." After the meeting everyone went sleigh riding and later returned to the house to play games and to partake of the refreshments which had been prepared by Mrs. Casten. Westminster Group Elects New Officers. of the church Westminster Fellowship Community Presbyterian Sunday evening elected the following officers for the coming year: Dixie Cook, president; Jim Jarmes, vice president; Kathryn Falb, secretary, and John Dresser, treasurer. Attend Wedding Shower For Readlyn Relative. A group of local relatives and friends went to the Mrs. Florence Froning home in Readlyn Sunday to attend a reception and shower for the former Shirley Froning, who was married Thursday, January 8, to Glen Berge of Kensett. Mrs. Berge, a graduate of the Mason City beauty school, is now a beautician at Northwood, in which city her husband is employed in a garage, and where the couple will reside. Attending , the shower were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohs and David Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd, Mrs. Anna Mohs, Miss Marlys Pries, all of this community, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Mohs and Karen of Waterloo, and Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mohs of Ellendale, Minn. Postville Monday Club Meets With President. Mrs. Robert M. Hecker, president, was hostess to the Postville Monday Club at that group's January 12 meeting. Seventeen members were present, the program dealing with news commentators. Mrs. Henry Oldag gave a talk on H. V. Kaltenborn; Mrs. Alice Miller discussed Dorothy Thompson, and Mrs. Kermit James talked on Walter Lippman. Roll call was answered by brief talks on someone in the news. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. "J. T. Humphrey on January 26. Ladies' Aid Installs New Officers For Year. The General Ladies' Aid of the Community Presbyterian church at their last meeting installed the following officers; Mrs. Truman Ov- ereen, president; Mrs. Lee B.' Folsom, vice president; Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil, secretary, and Mrs. E. C. Marston, treasurer. The General Aid will meet Friday of this week, with a picnic luncheon to be served at one p. m. Mil C 17 shirts — fcrt tW« o» print! So tain [ Hw WINCS voritty Kt lollfotrftWisIf foilcrei (•/fabrics — mi ytv txtn WIH S3.95 sbners Klnderrarten. Warren Tyler treated'the kindergarten to candy bars on his fifth birthday which was Monday. Eight new little desk chairs have been placed in the room. Everyone is anxious to sit in them and wo hope to receive enough of them for each in the future. First Grade. Everyone is glad to be back after Christmas vacation. Nearly everyone brought something to school for our toy parade on Wednesday for the second grade. Donna Schupbach was the leader with her baton. Ronald Payson and Karen Hein played drums. Other members of our "band" were Sharon Tindell, Kathryn Behrens and Dickie Marting. Everyone else brought a toy for the parade. K We have two new pupils, Betty Ellis and Sonny Schultz. We are very glad to have them. Sonny is from near Decorah, and Betty is from Marathon county, Wisconsin. Second Grade. We all had a very nice Christmas vacation, but we are glad to be back in school. Many of us have brought Christmas toys to show the class. In science class we are talking about the earth. We have a globe in our room to show us the world is round. In numbers class we are talking about money and the value of nickels, dimes and pennies. Those who have read stories to the class are Karan Evans, Jay Jarmes, Verlene Hangartner, Gloria Winter and Robert Berns. Dennis Eder, Allen Wahls and Julienne Hangartner. Cheryl Nyberg told a story to the class. One of our flowers is all ready"to~| bloom. Third Grade. ^ The Santa Claus team, who won the arithmetic contest in third grade, are planning a party for the losing team. The party will be given next Friday afternoon. Four pupils, Luann Wahls, Anna Louise Schupbach, Gary Cook and James Meyer, volunteered to answer questions for "Information Please," a game for geography. l$ach of them answered seven questions written by other pupils in the class. Only five questions were missed. General News. Russell Wilber, a sophomore, transferred here from Waterville. Two more new students are expected at the beginning of the semester. Mr. Cook attended a county council meeting at Waukon Wednesday evening. The student council met Monday noon. Semester tests will be taken on Thursday and Friday, January 15 and 16. Fourth Grade. We're all back to school with plenty of zest and zeal for studying again. We have a new member, Eugene Ellis, who is from Wisconsin. We hope that he will like Postville and especially our class. Miss Knutson is reading, Grimm's Fairy Tales, to us. In English we've been studying paragraphs and main ideas and keeping to the main idea in forming a paragraph. Those who wrote excellent paragraphs were John Schultz, Ileta Christofferson, Jack Backhaus and Gretchen Palas. We have also been introduced to outlining. For our weekly reader booklets, we're making letters. We're making them by using paper that is squared off and later putting them on our tagboard booklets. Those who roceived A's in the Wednesday spelling test are Donald Anderson, Jack Backhaus, Robert Deering, Robert James, Milton Mohs, Linda Muchow, Gretchen Palas, Janice Pearson, Jeanette Rose, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, Zoo Thoreson and Beverly Trautman. In history we're now discovering more and more about the Thirteen Colonies in the Revolutionary War with England. We have many reference books on our library table which we all get to take to our desks and read. Sometimes we have special assignments to read about certain things and sometimes we find out for ourselves some of the questions we ask. We like to do this. We were also wondering if some of the men mentioned in our history book were presidents so our teacher posted a chart with all the president's pictures and the years each served. Fifth Grade. No new work is being taken up this first week ^after vacation. Units of work are being completed and review for semester tests is started. Winter is the theme for art wo,rk this month. Winter scenes have been sketched with chalk on blue paper. Skating, sliding, snowballing and landscapes are the favorite subjects for these pictures. Junior High. Recently the sixth grade class wrote jingles and one of the best was written by Buddy Peterson. There was once an old lady who said. If she died she would drop awful dead, And she died one day, On a bale of hay. And 1 her casket was painted all red. The junior high took mastery tests in English before Christmas vacation. Those who wrote "A" papers were Charles Deering, Robert Frese, Bill James, Dale Muchow, Charles Peterson, Charles Schroeder, Audrey Buddenberg, Jean Christofferson, Dick Klingbeil, Nancy Kneeland, Nora Peake, Janice Schroeder and Shirley Topel. Dinner guests Sunday in the Mr. and Mrs. Ted Anderson home here were Gilbert Jeglum and Mr. and Mrs. James Jeglum and Boyd of Paint Creek, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Hausman, Robert and Audrey of Waukon. Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold their regular monthly meeting next Monday evening, with installation of new officers to follow the business meeting. The Naomi Past Noble Grands will meet at the home of Mrs. John Casten Thursday at 8 p. m., with Mrs. Harvey Q. Christofferson as assisting hostess. A marriage license was issued in West Union December 31 to Donald Bigler and Mary Lou Fischer, both of Postville. Roper Gas Ranges give a new lift to living. See them now at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply Store, Postville. DOUGLAS R. LOOMIS, Owner 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 Second Concert Number At Decorah January 26. The second of the season's concerts sponsored by the Decorah Community Concert Association will be presented Monday evening, January 26, in the C. K. Preus gymnasium at Decorah. The concert will feature Whittc- more and Lowe, in a program of duo-piano numbers. Their artistry is available on their exclusive RCA Victor records: they are nationally famous through concerts as well as on the radio. Miss Margaret Harshaw, Metropolitan opera soprano, will be presented on February 11, and on April 28 comes the St. Louis Sinofonietta which consists of 22 members of the St. Louis Symphony Orchestra. ' The concert will start at 8:15 o'clock; doors will open at 7:30. The new Roper Gas Range offers jewels of cooking performance found m no other kitchen range. Now in stock at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. Farm fire hazards increase by more than a third in the winter. New Lunch Room OPENS THURSDAY We wish to announce that our new lunch' room will be open to the public in the building south of the Standard Oil Station on Thursday of this week, and we invite you to call. FREE COFFEE SERVED ALL DAY ! Ricker Sandwich Shop Sandwiches, Coffee, Ice Cream, Candy, Smokes STANDBY FOODS SEEKERS THURSDAY, FRIDAY, SATURDAY JANUARY 15, 16 and 17 Standby Whole Unpeeled Apricots, No. 2Y 2 can Standby Fruit Cocktail, No. 2 x /i size can' Standby DeLuxe Plums, No. 2V Z size can Standby Magic Grapefruit, No. 2 size can for_: 3 6 12 Cans Cans Cans $ .93 $1.79 $3.39 1.39 2.59 4.99 .79 1.49 2.83 .47 .87 1.67 Standby Blended Juice, 46 oz. can 27c C. & H. Cane Sugar, 10 lb. bag 95c Empress Coffee, per pound : __51c ClarksvilleCut Green Beans, 2 No. 2 cans__25c Garden Peanut Butter, 1 pound jar 25c Staleys Golden Syrup, 5 pounds 49c Standby Peaches, Y.C. Sliced or Y.C. Halves, in heavy syrup, 3 No. 2'/ 2 cans for 81c PiUsbury Family Flour—10 pound bag or 2 five pound bags for 99c FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES per package—25c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH per package—35c 6 12 24 Cans Cans Cans Standby Golden Cream Style Corn, No. 2 can for $1.27 $2.39 $4.59 Garden Early June Peas No. 2 size can for _ .79 1.49 2.89 Standby Kraut, No. 2 l / 2 can_ _ .99 1.79 3.39 Standby Tomatoes, No. 2 can_ _ 1.37 2.57 4.97 Standby Mixed Vegetables, No. 303 size can for .99 1.87 3.59 Garden Cut Wax Beans, No. 2 size can for _ 1.09 2.07 3.99 I^W FRUITS—VE6ETABLESJ SnoBoy Delicious Apples, basket___—.____$3.98 Grapefruit, 112 size, 10 for 23c Cauliflower, each at only 27c Celery, per bunch only . 24c Radishes, per bunch __— 5c The Farmers Store R. L. Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231

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