Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 11, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, February 11, 1948
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EDNESDAY. TBBBRUABY 11, 194». THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FTVK. it is Study Topic Club of the Hour. Club of the Hour met Monday ening "I <ho home of Mrs. Curtis Dernelhy: twenty members were cscnt. Roll ca " was answered ith "Art in the News." The fol- tving program was given: '•Great European Madonnas," by rs. Paul Waters. •'Penny Art Fund," by Mrs. Laur- Ke Hofcr. The club contributed pennies to • Penny Art Fund to be used by • State Federation for the fur- •rance of art appreciation among nils find children. A business eting was held and the club ad- nned. The next meeting will held February 23 at the home of s. Arthur Thoma. >stville Monday Club ie One -Act Play. lie Postville Monday Club met bruary 9 at the home of Mrs. F. Kiesnu, the program being present-day actors and actress- After the program a one-act y was presented. Irs. Eldon Seamans gave a paper Raymond Massey; Mrs. William jpe presented Helen Hayes, and s. Robert Hccker spoke on Ka- •rine Cornell. The skit, "The id Test," was given by Mrs. nncth Cook and Mrs. Kiesau. 'he seals for the Pan-American ident Exchange were distributed Ihe 16 members present. 5M> next meeting will be held pruary 23, at the home of Mrs. C. Hucbncr. G. M. Club Learns How to Iron a Shirt. (^change Sack Lunch. Rebekah Lodge, No. 48. will ;e of an exchange sack lunch heir meeting Thursday evening, member will bring a sack of (no cokes) and these will be hanged with another member's for the picnic dinner to be [fed after the business meeting. entertainment committee is . Henry A. Lange, Mrs. Wm. H. Ihe and Miss Hattie Weihe. rthclay Party. bna aiork. daughter of Mr. and E. T. Mork, elebrated her (ith birthday anniversary Satur[ afternoon by entertaining 14 of i schoolmates at a party. Games e played and later refreshments e served. New Corduroy Kwiki Overalls Y boys and girls, in i red, blue and brown. I Sizes 2 to 12. j $3.59 to $3.98 Hanes wnitted Sleepers j )ne- and three-piece I Istyles. Sizes 1 to 8. [$1.59 to $2.50 Sanforized Print Fine mercerized, 80 square per yard 79c French Crepes fine rayon weave, 39 inches wide per yard $1.59 HTRA SPECIAL! WOOL JERSEY 54 inches wide $2.98 value per yard $1.59 luebner's Postville, Iowa The February meeting of the Grand Meadow Country Club was held at the home of Mrs. Lyle Zieman Thursday. Eighteen members answered roll call with religious quotations. Visitors were Mrs. Glen Pixler and Kathleen, and Mrs: Martin Harris. One birthday son,!;, "The Old Rugged Cross," was suns; for Mrs. Albert Backhaus. The club voted to scud $2.00 U> the scholarship fund which aids rural girls to become teachers. The third and lost home project lesson, "More Efficient .Housekeeping," was presented by Mrs. Harold Panncke and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma. They demonstrated a "A simple way to Iron a Shirt" and also led a discussion on "The Problems of Mrs. ,W—," a farm woman without any modern conveniences. Mrs. Henry Oldag conducted a contest an making miniature pictures of Abraham Lincoln which was won by Mrs. Frank Lawson. The March meeting is the annual meeting and will be held at the home of Mrs. Albert Backhaus on March 4. The Herman Geicks Married Twenty Years. A group of relatives and friends gave Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geick a surprise party Sunday evening, the occasion being that couple's 20th wedding anniversary. The group played cards during the evening, after which a lunch was served. Attending the event were Mr. and'Mrs. Arthur Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Sebastian, Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Heins, Mrs. Amanda Meyer, Carol Ann Schutte, and Melinda Casten. Entertain Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz entertained their children and their families at dinner Sunday complimentary to Mr. and Mrs. Alden Albertson and son of Decorah, who are to leave soon for Gooding, Idaho. Also present from out of town was their daughter. Mardella. Mrs. Ira Brooks, of Gooding. The following Postville people were at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casten at Monona last Friday evening to partake of a 6:30 o'clock dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Casten and Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten. The Neighborhood Card Club was entertained Sunday evening in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl C. Sander. After a session of cards, the hosts served refreshments to the group. The beautiful New Roper Gas Ranges have exclusive "simmer speed" top burners. Easy to use and easy to clean. Now on display at Nyberg's Farm and Home Supply, Postville. Henderson Prairie Club To Study Child Training. The Henderson Prairie Study Club met at the home of Mrs, Ernest Brandt Tuesday afternoon. After the hostess read Psalm 3, the members answered roll call by giving their favorite Bible verses. Plans were announced for a special lesson on child training to be given at an all-day meeting March 11 at the home of Mrs. Edward Kozelkn. This meeting' is planned especially for the mothers of children ranging from one to six years of age. The lesson on "Modern Textiles," given by Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and Mrs. Willard 'Meyer, included information on labeling, consumer buying, new finishes and new materials. An article, "How Do You Treat Your Feet," was read by Mrs. Raymond Brandt, after which contests were given by Mrs. Arbie Schroeder and Ruth Turner. Ruth Turner and Mrs. Kenneth Kerr were contest winners. The meeting closed by singing a birthday song for Mrs. Willard Meyer and was followed? with refreshments by the hostess. Women Asked to Meet At Community Church. In order to join in the World Day of Prayer service, all women of the Presbyterian church are asked to gather at 2:30 p. m., Friday, February 13, in the Ladies' Aid assembly room. A Masonic Fellowship meeting will be held at Elgin Friday evening, February 20. Music will be furnished by the Little German Band. Pictures sent out by the Grand Lodge and an atomic bomb picture will be shown at this meeting. H. M. Wolff of Elkader is secretary of the group. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Hoffbauer of Willmar, Minn., with Mrs. Harry Gass, were dinner guests in the home of their aunt, Anna Leui, Thursday. The Hoffbauers were enroute to Florida for a three weeks vacation. Postville Lodge, No. 707,1. O. O. F., will partake of an oyster supper at their lodge hall Friday evening immediately after the business meeting. All members are invited to attend. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Moore of Volga City, Donna Mae and Merrill Dickman and Anna Leui were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and Ramona. ESCAPED. Alocomotive smashed into a new 19-n automobile near Exira last week and three occupants of the car escaped without serious damage. The engine was traveling only about 12 miles an hour but carried the auto 200 feet. Driver Howard Gregerson, 17, was treated for shock and bruises. ' If you're sweet on savings you'll love our Valentine of Values because it's filled with low prices that "have a heart" for your budget. Yes . . . we're proposing to you . . . proposing that you shop here this weekend and save to your heart's content on all the foods you love to eat. LARD—Pound prints at onlyl— 29c BACON—Slab or sliced, lb _69c SMOKED HAM, Center slices, lb. _79c VALENTINE Box Chocolates, lb. $1.39 STUFFED OLIVES, pint jar 69c RIPE OLIVES, Mammoth size, tin_41c HILLS BROS. COFFEE, pound 55c ORANGES, 288 size, 2 dozen— 49c HEAD LETTUCE, Crisp, solid— 10c PASCAL CELERY, large bunch_ -21c rraiBTO MARKE ' , P O S ' v • . i Tl SCHOOL NEWS. .IT — (Continued from page 1) Kindergarten. Mrs. John Madsen and Mrs. Harry Tyler have been visitors in the room the past week. We are starting a "Brush Your Teeth" chart this week, to induce those who are careless into forming the habit. Second Grade. Those who have read stories to the class recently are: Bonnie Sander, Verlene Hangartner, Callie Rose Brainard, Roberta. Berns, Gary Ames, Dale Livingood, Sharon Ehde, Mary Lou Turner, Susan Braun and Jay Jarmes. I In language class we have made a ticket office. If we remember all our language rules we may ride on the "Good English Train." Roberta Berns and Karon Evans/ have been our ticket sellers. - Fourth Grade. ' Those who earned "A's" in a history unit test are Donald Anderson, Jack Backhaus, Gary Haltmeyer, Gretchen Palas, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, David Schutte, Zoe Thoreson and Beverly Trautman. Those who earned "A's" in our geography unit test are Jack Backhaus, Carlene Brainard, Gretchen Palas, John Schultz, Joe Thoreson. Those who earned "A's" in Wednesday's spelling test are Donald Anderson, Jack Backhaus, Carlene Brainard, Ileta Christofferson, Charles Eberling, Arlo Heckman, Robert James, Linda Muchow, Gretchen Palas, Janice Pearson, Jeanette Rose, Douglas Ruckdaschel, John Schultz, David Schutte, Zoe Thoreson and Beverly Trautman. Fifth Grade. ' In reading, the fifth grade has been studying about "man-made miracles." Plastic is one of the most important "man-made miracles" of today. They found out that everyday materials such as wood, glass, milk, air, water, soybeans and petroleum are used to make plastics. The following people received an "A" in spelling: Leonard Althouse, Jerry Davis, Judy Gregg, Jerry Gulsvig, Dolly Kennett, Gwen Mork, Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas, Dellene Schultz, Yvonne Schultz. Junior High. The following students received 100% in spelling the past week: Sixth Grade—Lorraine Brainard. Noel Cook, Patsy Folsom, Robert Frese, Elaine Meyer, Gloria Muchow, Charles Peterson and Shirley Price. Seventh Grade — Daisy Beisker, Don Christofferson, Diane Douglass, Mary Dresser, Muffy Falb, Ronald Harris, Jim Jarmes, Kermit Kramer, Phyllis Mork, Keith Muchow, Norman Schroeder, Ann Spencer. Eighth Grade—Jean Christofferson, Lester Frederick, Ralph Gunderson, Dick Klingbeil, Nancy Kneeland, Leigh Rekow, Patricia Ruckdaschel, Janice Schroeder and Irene Thornton. Local news reported by eighth graders: Poppy Posters Get Underway. The sixth, seventh and -eighth graders at the school are starting work on their poppy posters for the American Legion. When they are finished they will be put in the store windows. There will be prizes given for the three best posters.—Janice Schroeder. To Build Swimming Pool. The residents- of Postville voted to build a swimming pool at Lull's Addition, better known as the Tourist Park. It is hoped that the pool will be done before the close of the coming swimming season.— Joan Schultz. Art. Miss Hoth is planning an art class February 11 in the usual art room. Posters will be drawn and painted. The posters will be describing America to another person from a different country, like trying to sell America to them. . We hope there will be some good ideas for the posters. The posters will be sent in to a company and prizes will be given for the best posters.—Leigh Rekow. Recent Paper Pickup Nets $48.59 for Hospital The recent paper drive resulted in securing $48.59 by the sale of the paper, which amount has been turned over to the improvement fund of the Postville Hospital, Mrs. L. W. Casten, local chairman reported Tuesday. The next paper pickup is expected to be made Saturday, February 28, and everyone is urged to save newspapers, magazines, old books, cartons and the like for that time. Postville Donates $97.87 In March of Dimes Drive The donations to the annual March of Dimes campaign in post­ ville this year amounted to $97.87. This is short of the amount contributed in last year's drive, according to Miss Hattie Weihe, local chairman, who wishes to thank all contributors and those who helped with the collection. Yields of brome grass seed are directly influenced by the amount of available nitrogen in your soil, says M. L. Peterson, Iowa State College agronomist. Lack of nitrogen will cut the number of flower heads which in turn will mean less seed when the grain is harvested. BIG VALUES SEEKERS IIIMIIIIIIItllllllllllllllHIllinillllllllllllllHIIIIIIIIIIlllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIlMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII 50 Sunkist Oranges. . 59c 24 Grapefruit 45c SnoBoy Delicious Apples, large size, dozen—57c per box, only $3.89 Winesap Apples, Extra Fancy, basket——$3.89 2 pounds for only 25c VAN CAMP'S PORK & BEANS No. 2 size can 2 cans for only 39c Standby DICED BEETS DICED CARROTS your choice 2 No. 2 cans for___25c Standby II Standby SAUER KRAUT FRUIT COCKTAIL 2 Nd. 2V 2 cans 29c D No. 1 tall can for__29c FLAVOR-KIST SALTINES per package—25c FLAVOR-KIST BRUNCH per package—35c RADISHES • HEAD LETTUCE - CARROTS SMOKED SALMON SPECIAL FISH AND ALL LENTEN FOOD The Farmers Store R. L. Evan?, Manager Telephone No. 231 Cupid's on the Wing with Sweets And his number one choice is one of our Bunte, Schrafft and Johnston boxes .. . full of delicious candies in heart and other shapes. Nut, cream/ fruit, caramel centers dipped in rich milk or butter-sweet chocolate. In Valentine packages. THE PALM The Leading Candy Store in Town iiiiiiiiiiii Glenn J. Jarmes JUMBO WEEKEND SPECIALS GOOD FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY ONLY! Nash's Famous Coffee, 55c seller, per lb 49c No Limit. Stock up now at a big saving. Richelieu Mellow-Smooth Peanut Butter___29c Sells regularly at 39c per jar. Here's a big bargain. Heinz 57 Sauce, 25c seller, Special at 17c Heinz or Gerbers Baby Foods, 3 for 21c No limit—buy all you want at this price. Gold Medal Oats with Glassware, 19c val 10c 2 Packages for only 19c Cigarettes, any brand, this weekend, cart._$1.69 Richelieu Orange-Pekoe Tea, 30c seller 10c We're closing out this size. Ccme and get it. No limit. Richelieu Orange-Pekoe Tea, 48 tea bags___29c Closing out this regular 53c seller. Stock up now. All Tobaccos—For your weekend smoking__llc Blue Bonnett Oleo—Special at only 49c Richelieu Gelatine Dessert, 3 for 27c Pop, all flavors, 6 bottles._25c; Case of 24__98c Baby Stuart Soap Flakes—A big box for___39c Another Richelieu product. Guaranteed. Try it now. Heinz Fresh Cucumber Pickles, 35c seller 29c Bread and Butter Style Pickles. Margie's and Clinton Puddings, 3 for 17c Crystal White Family Soap, 3 giant bars___29c AH Heinz Soups, any flavor, 3 cans for____47c Fame Brand Juices, any kind, 3 cans 39c Closing- out this size and brand at a saving to you! Bruce's Grapefruit Segments, heavy syrup__17c This big bargain is a regular 23c seller. MEAT DEPARTMENT Homemade Summer Sausage, pound 69c Sliced Bacon, Premium Grade, pound 73c Wieners, Skinless, per pound_ T 47c Bologna, lb. 39c Liver Sausage, lb__39c Minced Ham, lb 39c Pressed Ham, lb.__59c Lard, per pound 29c FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES Pascal Celery, bag stalk for 19c Carrots, big size, 3 bunches for___ 29c Head Lettuce, 3 big heads for _ _29c Grapefruit, large size, per dozen 29c FREE!—All Day Saturday, Feb. 14—FREE! We will serve Richelieu's Famous Coffee Come in, be our guests—We'll treat you right. Ask for Richelieu and Save Gold Bond Stamps. Glenn J. Jarmes "Jumbo Foods" Telephone No. 247

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