Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 28, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 28, 1948
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the I -w 'Ida., odd y S Hi 'JANUARY 21, 1MB. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. Sundaj Family. nrgei n. '••Si- rwiwl alt friends gave^Mt^ [>ur Schultz and surprise party ; their farm home he Schultz family ! to a farm _ngsu> f picnic Bupper was £ht from baskets of the guests, after |fieen spent playing the event were !»n L. Schultz and 'and Mrs. Henry rt Schultz of Far- find Mrs. Orville tna; Mr. and Mrs Jrs. Milton Ander- and Mr. and jtson, Jr., and fami Mr. and Mrs. Ed Sd, Mr. and Mrs, Mrs. Doyle Ben in, Mr. and Mrs. and daughter, Jill Wickham and id Mrs. Jake Wan Jr. and Mrs. Hel family, Dart En. |%illiams, Sankey yard Mansfield, all ;nui urni (pIK Party Iff pTeRHTWghs qre being made the Allaijflilsec county 4-H party ' be hel* at^fhe Waukon opera .JM, Saturday! evening, February 'at 8 o'clock. Warren Kerndt, ,mtv 4-H •'» will be i lvTp »e« for tant, . states that fit the big events of boys and girls, A parents, in the lr leaden tnty ;ssii«*U 4-H member*; will assemble at n coHt time for afgrand get-together. Unite Infonnation will also be en relative to the 4-H project IT * IDS NG yen! Ml mers e, Iowa _ Home Garden Club Meets With Mrs. R. Svendsen. The Home Garden Club Held their first' meeting of the new year at the home of Mrs. Reuben Svendsen, January 21. ' The following members answered roll call by telling of their favorite Christmas gift: Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. Ed Doerring, Mrs. Oliver Eno, Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Harry Landt, Mrs. Lo'reriz Lenth, Mrs. Wm. Luepker, Mrs. Leska Martins, Mrs. Milton Monlux, Mrs. Milton Olson, Mrs. Harley Radloff, Mrs. Henry Radloff, Mrs. Mclvin Rudloft* and Mrs. Svendsen. The opening song was "Sing Along." Mrs. Svendsen gave the thought for the day. The Scripture taken from Matthew was read by Mrs. Melvin Radloff. After the business meeting some very good tips on "Bettet- Grooming" were given by Mrs. Henry Radloff. Mrs. Ed Doerring and Mrs. Wm. Luepker presented the lesson on "Frozen Food Management." Mrs. Oliver Eno reviewed the book, "Corn Country," by Homer Troy, which was most inteesting. The meeting closed with the song, 'Love's Old Sweet Song." The February meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Bigler. Post-Franklin Club Meets at Mohs Home. West Post Project Club Meets at Martins Home. Mrs. John J. Marlins was hostess to the West Post Project Club at her home last Wednesday. Eleven members and two guests, Mrs. Rudy Everman and Mrs. Leo Ehde, were present. s The Lord's Prayer was given in unison, and this was followed by the singing of "Auld Lang Syne." Some interesting old pictures and family keepsakes were shown by members to roll call. Then, following the business meeting, the afternoon was spent by the individuals working on their fancy work. The contest, conducted by Mrs. Lawrence Dresser, was won by Mrs. Alvin Kahle and Mrs. Leo Ehde. A lunch was served by* the hostess after the meeting. The next meeting will be held on Wednesday; Feb. 18, at the home of Mrs. Alvin Kahle. The Post-Franklin Study Club met Wednesday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Elmer Mohs. Mrs. Edwin Smith and Mrs. Vernas Meyer were assistant hostesses. Twenty-seven members answered roll call by naming their favorite president and why. Devotional-, "The Power of Affirmation," was read by Mrs. Eido Sander. Mrs. Rodney Smith reviewed the book, "Starling of the White House." Birthday songs were sung for Mrs. Harvey Schultz, Mrs. Arno Engelhardt and Mrs. Rodney Smith The contest conducted by Mrs. Fred Thoma was won by Mrs. George Brninard. The next meeting will be held February 18 at the home of Mrs. Arbe Behrens. 4-H Girls' Club Training School Feb. 3. Mrs. Humphrey Hostess To Postville Monday Club. The Postville Monday Club met January 26 at the home of Mrs. J. T.' Humphrey, with 17 members in attendance. The following program was carried out: Arthur H. Compton—Mrs. Milton Kiesau. Sir Arthur Eddington—Mrs. Alice Miller. ' Benefits of Atomic Energy—Mrs. Robert Lindsay. At the business meeting a collection was received to buy seals to help the work of the Pan-American Student Exchange. The next meeting will be held February 9 at the home of Mrs. Milton Kiesau. Local D. A. R. Chapter Meets at Palas Home. The Little Lucy Dougherty Chapter, D. A. R., held its January luncheon and meeting at the home of Mrs. John A. Palas Thursday, January 22, at one o'clock. The regent, Mrs. R. R. Douglass, presided. The chief interest in the meeting was in the reports from the Tomassee D. A. R. school for mountain whites in South Carolina. Plans were made to send money and a box of much-needed clothing. Mrs. A. C. Webster read a letter from a student in the school. Arrangements were made to present the history medal as usual to the local high school at graduation time. Mrs. Lloyd Bigler Was Prosperous Ridge Hostess The Prosperous Ridge Club met Thursday afternoon, January 15, at the home of Mrs. Lloyd Bigler. The following program was given: Song, "Jingle Bells;" Scripture reading by the hostess; roll call was answered by interesting news clippings; birthday songs were sung for Mrs. Ed Nuehring and Mrs. Clem Waters; hymn, "Brighten the Corner Where You Are;" contest was won by Mrs. George Frieden, first, and Mrs. Arthur Baltz, second. The remainder of the afternoon was spent playing Bingo. Lunch was served to 15 members and four visitors. MKS. Don Lamborn, county chairman of the 4-H Girls' Club organization, announces that the second lesson on the county 4-H girls' training school will-be held at the Farm Bureau office, Tuesday, February 3. This will be an all-day meeting, starting promptly at 10 a. m. and closing at 3:30 p. m. All 4-H club leaders, members of the county 4-H girls' club committee, county 4-H girls' club officers and an older girl from each club will be expected to attend. A lesson will be given by Mrs. Arline Hartel, home furnishing specialist, from Iowa State,College, and the day's lesson will cover important suggestions on the home furnishing course which the county 4-H. girls' club organization are studying as their project this year. All 4-H leaders are requested to bring their 4-H leader book to this meeting. There are a number of committees in the county interested in organizing 4-H girls' clubs. Therefore, these communities are requested to send a representative to this important meeting. All communities that have requested organizing of a 4-H girls' club will be given prompt attention as soon as time permits. However, it is important that someone represent these communities, for clubs will be organized at this meeting pn- February 3. Mrs. Lamborn, county 4-H girls' club chairman, is expecting 100% atendance. "Poetry" Was Theme At Club of the Hour. .Club of the Hour met Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Laurence Hofer. Twenty-one members were present. Roll call was ans wered with "A Clever Jingle." The following program was given: "Discovering Poetry," by IVfrs. C. C. Hoth. "Poems by Iowa Club Women,' by Mrs. Laurence Hofer. . A business meeting was held and the club adjourned until February 9, when they will meet with Mrs, Curtis Abernethy as hostess. U FRESH FRUITS & VEGETABLES Cop. AJ,»rti«rt Eicktnf* Inc. 1*47 Vitamins are essential to your health and well- being ... and here's a good-tasting way to get the vitamins you need! Serve plenty of fresh fruits and vegetables you get at HAROLD'S. Yes, the fresher the produce, the more vitamins it contains. ORANGES, 2 dozen for__^ __43c GRAPEFRUIT, per dozen ___ ___37c NEW CABBAGE, pound 6c CAULIFLOWER, per head _____ __33c MONARCH COFFEE, pound __51c Del Monte Pineapple Juice, No. 2 tin- . 21c Kraft Chocolate Malted Milk, pound- .s__35c Cinch Cake Mix, 3 Flavors, package .___47c LARD, per pound _____ ;____—. .___39c PORK LIVER, per pound... 39c END CHOPS, per pound.. . 59c SLAB BACON, per pound— _79c HAROLDS CASH MARKET The Postville Hospital Auxiliary will meet at Memorial Hall Saturday evening at eight o'clock. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Cook had a birthday dinner for Frank Bloxham at their home Sunday. Guests included Mr.,and Mrs. Page Wirk- ler and son and Mrs. Frank Miller. Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearson and family had as their Sunday dinner guests at their farm,home Mr. and Mrs. A. Cj. Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon and Mrs. Helen Moon. Mr. and Mrs. John Ehde, Betty and Gordon of Waukon, and Mrs. Wm. H. Meyer of Postville were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Meyer and family. Dinner guests Sunday of Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Gunderson included Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt. Lorence Emmett Reinhardt and Miss Vera Steiber. Relatives and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Block in Grand Meadow township Saturday evening, the occasion being the ' birthday anniversary of Mrs. Block. After the evening had been spent sociably, a picnic lunch was served at midnight. Beautiful to look at, delightfully easy to keep clean, is the New Roper "turret top" range. Nyberets Farm and Home Supply, Postville. SCHOOL NEWS. Second Grade. We are finishing our study of the earth in science class. Each person made a picture of the earth. Jay Jarmes received -first iprizcon his picture; Karen Evans received second prize, and Dale Livingood, Dennis Eder and Mary Lou Turner received third prizes. , Those who have read stories to the class recently are: Carlton Dyke, Dorothy Meyer, Cheryl Nyberg, Verlene Hangartner, Donna Luebka, Karen Evans, Jay Jarmes, Allen Wahls and Nancy Elvers. Third Grade. Iowa Every-Pupil tests were given in third grade last Tuesday and Wednesday. The four timed tests covered reading, work-study, lan r guage and arithmetic skills. James Meyer earned the highest grade- equivalent average for the four tests. The following students, with next highest averages, are named in the order of their rank in the class: Qary Cook, John Falb, Gwendolyn Olson, Bona Mork, Suzanne Kramer, Anna Louise Schupbach, Luann Wahls, Bonnie Meyer, Karen Rekow and Roseann Sadler. Fourth Grade. Those on the honor roll with "A" or "B" averages are: Gary Haltmeyer, Beverly Trautman, Zoe Thoreson, Donald Anderson, Charles Eberling, John Schultz, Douglas Ruckdaschel, Jack Backhaus, Ileta Christofferson and Gretchen Palas. Those on the semester health ^inspection honor roll are: Jeanette Rose, Beverly Trautman, Ileta Christofferson, Charles Eberling, Gary Haltmeyer, Robert James, Linda Muchow, John Schultz, Zoe Thoreson and Gretchen Palas. To pass health inspection, we have to 1. have clean fingernails; i2. have combed hair; 3. have clean hands and face; 4. have clean shoes; 5. have brushed teeth; 6. have a clean handkerchief. This semester for inspection we're having individual doghouses. When one does not pass inspection, the door is closed on his face (picture inside the door) and he's in the "doghouse." A record is kept on a chart. Fifth Grade. The following people received A's in their spelling semester test: Leonard Althouse, Judy Gregg, Jerry Klingbeil, Francis Nelson. Fritz Palas and Dellene Schultz. In the geography semester test these people received A's, Leonard Althouse, My ma Christofferson, Jerry Davis, Jerry Klingbeil,.Junior Marting, Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas and Dellene Schultz. Junior High. The following students received 100% in spelling the past week: Sixth grade—Gloria Muchow and Shirley Price. Seventh grade — Daisy Beisker, Shirley Buraas, Diane Douglass, Mary Dresser, Vida Heckman, Phyllis Mork, Norman Schroeder and Ann Spencer. Eighth grade—Jean Christofferson, Dick Klingbeil, Nancy Kneeland, Nora Peake, Janice Schroeder, Joan Schultz and Irene Thornton. FEEDS ARE HIGH SAVE MONEY A CARLOAD OF CARGILL FEEDS Will Arrive In A Few Days! Take these feeds off the car and Save Money. Call us or leave your orders for: i 20% EGG MASH 27% GRAIN BALANCER 33% CHICKEN CONCENTRATE Also a complete line of Feeds for Hogs We have on hand in our warehouse a good supply of MILL FEEDS, TANKAGE, MEAT SCRAPS FERTILIZER A Car of 3-12-8 Fertilizer for Corn will arrive in a few days. Leave your orders so that you can get this off the car. Don't Forget to leave your Seed Orders as seed stocks have started to come in. Don't Forget the Big Specials in our Grocery Department Extra Fancy Winesap Apples per box $2.99 Head Lettuce, Big Mark, 2 heads for 25c Oranges, size 288, 2 dozen for _._39c The Farmers Store R. L. Evans, Mapager Telephone No. 231 SEED TREATING We are installing seed treating equipment now. Arrange to bring your seed in before seeding time. We expect to be ready by February 1. Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa LEAP YEAR DANCE MEMORIAL HALL — POSTVILLE Saturday, January 31 Music By RAY ALTO AND HIS COWBOYS EVERYBODY WELCOME ! LAST DANCE BEFORE LENT ! ADMISSION—80c Put Your Chickens on PURINA FAMILY FLOCK LAYING HASH $5.65 per 100 pounds < We can fill your orders for Hog and Dairy Feeds MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa OUR STORE SALES DOUBLED in' 1946, our first year in Postville TRIPLED in 1947, our second year in Postville AND NOW FOR 1948 The Jumbos are on the march again to set a real record in sales to shoot at. THERE MUST BE A REASON For this growth in the past, and three very good new reasons for 1948 are: 1.—We handle and feature Richelieu Labeled Foods, the utmost best at popular prices. 2.—By saving Gold Bond Stamps you save 2% on your grocery purchases at Jarmes', and Jarmes' is the only grocery in Postville to give Gold Bond Stamps. Note: To satisfy rumor spreaders, the Gold Bond Stamp deal will continue at least thru all of 1948. 3.—We have finally chosen our store and Postville as our home and business for all time over a circus and some other city. So we. will be around from now on to put all that • circus energy into a bigger and better store for northeastern Iowa shoppers. Note: That will also satisfy the remainder of the rumor spreaders who report that we're selling out and leaving Postville. COME IN AND SEE OUR SPECIAL GROCERY VALUES! Glenn J. Jarmes "JUMBO FOODS"

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