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

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 14, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, APBIL M, IMS. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. lila N. Schmidt Weds •wis Kious Saturday./ Irs. A. A. Schmidt of this city [ounces the marriage of her |ghter, Leila N. Schmidt, to fiis R. Kious of Mt. Sterling, (o. The ceremony was per­ med by the ReW R. F. Galloway, fivr Postville_ pastor, at Cedar fcids Saturday?) Jie brider -wWoior 17 years con- Itcd a beauty parlor in Postville I which she sold 'recently, is a Jfluato of Postville high school, •the American Conservatory of lie it) Chicago and of the Pitze's •uty School In Waterloo, lr. Kious is a graduate of Mt (ling, Ohio, high school and of i ) State University. " icy left for their new home in imbus, Ohio, Saturday im- intely after the ceremony. lib of the Hour ! ;es Monday Club, ub of the Hour entertained the ville Monday Club on Monday jiing at the home of Miss Cathe• Slaadt. Thirty-six women at- fced the meeting. R. L. Evans rendered a Jo solo; Mrs. Truman Overeen bwed the book, "Hope of Ih." by Runbeck, and Mrs. 'Vic- flValter sang two numbers, with R. L. Evans at the piano. |,i was served at the close of the |ram. the president and vice fident, Mrs. Laurence Hofer and William Behrens, pouring, be next meeting of Club of the |r will be held on April 26 when (members will journey to Detor dinner at the Green Par- Cafe. Cars will call for mem- i at their homes at six o'clock | evening. re Joe Harnack rthday Dinner Party. fiends and relatives gathered at Joe Harnack home Friday eve- to help him celebrate his hday anniversary. The guests jght baskets of food for a pic- Isupper and spent the evening linR progressive 500. Itending the party were Mr. | Mrs. Elmer Mohs and Keith, land Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and ply. Mr. and Mrs. Harold Mohs | David, Mr. and Mrs. Henry ( It, Mr. and Mrs. John Sean. Mr. and Mrs. Charles illet. Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Mon- ind Carol Marie, Mr. and Mrs. I A. Schultz and Floyd, Mr. and (Richard Suckow and Miss Em- Buckow. Charles Schutte Honored On Birthday Anniversary Charles Schutte had a birthday anniversary Sunday, and in order to observe the event the following were entertained In the Schutte Miome at dinner that day. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutte and Roberta, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz and Dean of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Blumhagen and Elmer of Cas- tnlia; Mr. and Mrs. William Schultz and Clcva, Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz and family, and William and Emma Krogman of Postville, and Louis and Harold Schultz of Luana. Evening guests in the Schutte home included Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Panncke, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Wil- kcr and Frederick, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Schultz and Cleva, Mrs. Anna Blumhagen, Fred Schutte and Mrs. Irene Helgerson and Billy of this city; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and children of Ossian, and Mr. and Mrs. Robert Schutte and Roberta of Monona. Henderson Prairie Club Meets at K. Kerr Home. Biographical P-apdrs Given at Monday Club. Fifteen members of the Postville Monday Club gathered at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison for the April 12 meeting. The biographies given were those of people in the world of fashions. Mrs. Milo Gerickc spoke on Edna Chase. Mrs. Kermit James on Lilly Dache, and Mrs. William Shope on Gilbert Adrian. Mrs. Shope's talk was supplemented by a communication from Adrian himself, giving his opinions of the 'New Look." The Iowa Federation song was sung by the club, with Mrs. Shope at the piano. The meeting on April 26 will be at the home of Mrs. Shope and the program will be a study of musicians. Contract Club Losers Entertain the Winners. mer Nordin Host at ffle-Sausage Supper. t imer Nordin entertained the bers of St. Paul's Lutheran Bible class and their families waffle and sausage supper lay evening in the dining of the church. Approximate- guests attended the event, *'hich Mr. Nordin not only sup- 1 all of the "eats" but also pre- them himself. |social hour followed the repast. ^clay Dinner Guests. and Mrs. Austin O. Jones, and Keith, of Manchester Sunday dinner guests in the £nd Mrs. Arnold Mueller home of Gunder. Keith left for fque Sunday afternoon to re- his work on the engineering lot the new KDTH and KDTH pdio stations. Naomi Past' Noble, Grands ( will meet Thursday afternoon Mrs. Walter Meyer. . Mrs. Gus ' will be the assisting hostess, pers will bring thimbles and oidery needles to sew for the 10. F. Home. PAINT YOUR BEDROOM for Only $329 The losers of the Pstville Contract Club entertained the winners last Friday by providing them with a dinner at the Embassy Club dining room in Cedar Rapids. Later the group went to the home of'Mr. and Mrs. Victor Williams in Coggon where Mrs. Williams served a buffet supper. Attending the event were Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Mrs. Harvey Douglass, Mrs. John Falb, Jr., Mrs. Hubert Luhman, Mrs. Henry V. Steele, Mrs. Otto J. Beucher, Mrs. A. C. Webster, Mrs. J. A. Palas, Mrs. Gilbert Sanders, all of this city and Mrs. Victor Williams of Coggon. The Henderson Prairie Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Kenneth J. Kerr Tuesday afternoon, with 16 members present. The hostess read from Psalms' 1, and Mrs. Ewald Brandt reported that another letter had been re ceived from Germany thanking the club for a box shipped by them and received there. Mrs. Irving Deering read an ar<tide from the Reader's Digest, entitled, "Marooned in the Clouds," and Mrs. Lloyd Everman read "Household Hints" from a current magazine. Contests were conducted by Mrs. Cloy Miller and Mrs. Gilbert Meyer. These were won by Mrs. Irving Deering and Mrs. John J. Martins. After the meeting adjourned, the hostess served a lunch, and it was announced that the next meeting would be held one week later than scheduled. VPW Install Officers For The Coming Year. The local Veterans of Foreign Wars Post elected the following new officers at their last meeting: Stanley Schroeder, Commander; D. L. Casella, senior vice commander; W. C. Livingood, junior vice commander; Wesley Thoma, officer of the day; Richard Meyer, quartermaster; Emil Schultz, Jr., adjutant; Page Wirkler, judge advocate; Richard Hale, chaplain; Paul Schutte, special service officer; John Burrow, Walter Meyer and Lenard Allen, trustees. Arthur Meyer was initiated as a member at the last meeting. Last Friday evening the- following from here went to New Vienna to attend installation of new officers at the Post in that city: Dr. H. T. Opsahl, Emil Schultz, Jr., Stanley Schroeder, Walter Meyer. Big-Four 4-H Club Studies Rat Control. The Big-Four 4-H Boys' Club held their regular meeting at the home of Cecil Livingood Monday evening, with 21 members present and Leo Christofferson presiding. During the meeting a report on rat control was given by Keith Kerr, and preliminary steps were taken to organize a Softball team. The first game on the formulated schedule will be with Calmar on Sunday, April 25. After the meeting refreshments were served by the ladies and it was announced that the next meeting of the group would be held at the Clem Waters home. SPRING MONEY SAVERS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY APRIL 16 and 17 UIS L HILL — Hardware — Flwnblnf Fresh, Ripe SnoBoy TOMATOES, Carton of 4 for 33c Louisiana Ripe, Fresh, in Pint Boxes STRAWBERRIES, Low Market Price ORANGES, 252 Size, 3 dozen for 69c CALIFORNIA PASCAL CELERY, bch. 27c TEXAS RADISHES, 2 bunches ._ 13c GRAPEFRUIT, Ruby Red, 96 size, 6 for—23c SARDINES, V 4 Oil, 2 cans for. ___23c LUX, large size package for 37c ASPARAGUS, Fresh from California, lb.^_29c SPIC & SPAN CLEANER, per can 23c MIXED VEGETABLES, Standby, can 15c PILLSBURY HOT ROLL MIX . 25c Watch For Our Special! COCOANUT, 3 ounce package for—_____19c CRANBERRY SAUCE, 16 ounce can 23c American Beauty PORK & BEANS, 2 No. 2 cans for 27c PERFEX, 10 ounce can for. 19c Alaskan Variety No. 4 Sieve GARDEN PEAS, 2 Big No. 2 cans for 23c The Farmers Store R. L. Evans, Manager TelephoneNo. 231 SCHOOL 'NEWS. (Continued from page 1) Band News. The local school band received a division II rating from two of the judges, and a division I rating from the third judge, making their final rating division II. They were criticized mainly for poor intonation and tone quality, which was recognized by all the judges as being due to the presence of many young and immature players. Mr. Vesely, director of the Coe College band, praised the fine tone and balance of the brass section, and said that when the young-woodwind players have a little more time to develop, we'll have a "tip-top" band. With no loss of tempo, the band looks toward the trips to be taken next month to Waterloo and Cedar Rapids, and begins working up new numbers for those trips and for the local summer concerts. Results of concert bands: Class D, division I, Guttenberg; division II, Calmar, Luana, Lansing, Fairbank, Hawkeye and Stanley. Class C, division I, Monona, Sumner; division II, Postville, Elkader. Class B, division I, West Union; division II, Oelwein, Cresco. Win 2 Baseball Games. Postville's Pirates turned Kwo of the weatherman's best days last week into baseball .victories. On Tuesday they downed an undermanned Luana nine, 14 to 2, and on Friday they squeezed by a hustling Elgin club, 5 to 4. Luana, without three of their regulars, was unable to field the team expected of them; so the Pirates used four pitchers, Merle Meyer, Ken Peake, Cloy Meyer and Tennis Mork. Merle Meyer worked the first three innings • and retired eight batters by the strike-out route. Eugene Rima had a big day at the plate with a home run and two singles in his four appearances. At Elgin's fine athletic field on Friday, the Pirates ran into a bunch of hustlers and a curve ball artist. The Pirates put across three runs in the first inning and then proceeded to fold up on both offense and defense. Numerous errors were committed in the field, and by the fifth inning the Panthers were ahead by a 4 to 3 count. The Pirates came back in the sixth with two scores to give the game its final count, 5 to 4. Merle Meyer went all the way on the mound, allowing 6 hits and col­ lecting 11 strikeouts. He also had a big day with the bat getting three singles for four attempts. After the two games the team is. batting .328 and Bob Douglass is the leading hitter with a .600 average. Track Candidates. The Pirates are go^ng to explore the track world for the first time in years this spring. Tryouts have already been held in the sprints, and a five-man team has entered the Teachers College Relays at Cedar Falls on April 17. Jim Malone and Jack Schultz will compete in the 100-yard dash. The/440-yard relay and the 880-yard relay have also been entered, with Schultz, Arvid Anderson, Bob Douglass and Malone on the 440 team, and Malone, Anderson, Jack Meyer and Schultz on the 880 team. Award Cage Letters. Basketball letter winners were announced on Friday. Seniors, Bob Douglass, Jim Malone, Bernie Martins, Howard Hills, Ken Peake,.,Jim Koevenig; Juniors, Dean Gunderson, Don Heins, Eugene Rima; and Sophomore, Jack Schultz were the recipients of awards. Junior high basketball awards went to • Dick Searls, Jack Meyer, Robert Landt, Dick Cayton, Herbert Morch, Lowell Schroeder and Dick Klingbeil. General News. Monday evening Mr. Starcevich, Mr. Babcock, Mr. Gosmire and Mr Cook attended a baseball rules meeting at Monona. Mrs. Gordanier was out of school most of last week due. to illness. Mrs. Gosmire substituted for her. The General Shop class has been soldering. They made cookie cutters, shovels and many other things. Preregistration is being held this week for next year. Students indicate their preferences and are expected to take those subjects next' year.. Mr. and Mrs. John Thompson of Spillville and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koch of Decorah, were guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hubert C. Luhman and Valerie. Mrs. Bernadine Feite and daughter,- Sandra, and Miss Joyce Larson of Garnavillo were Saturday callers in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Hilbert Larson and family. The Ladies' Aid of the Forest Mills Evangelical-U. B. church will serve a fish dinner Friday, April 16, from 5:30 p. m., until all are sei'ved. Adults $1.00 and children 75c. All are invited. The following were dinner guests at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur J. Palas last Sunday: Mrs. Bertha Klinge, Mrs. Irma Klinkel and Miss Anita Klinkel of San -Leandro, Calif., Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Sab- bann, Mr. and Mrs. Kermit Klinge, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Sabbann and Mrs. Ruta McGonigle of Monona. . Mr. and Mrs. Leonard W. Casten entertained a group of friends at six o'clock dinner at their home Sunday evening, followed by a social hour. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Edgar C. Riser and Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster. We're All EXCITED About the end of this month we'll be all straightened around with our store remodeling job . . . AND WE'RE ALL EXCITED ABOUT IT. We think it's going to be grand, and we hope that all of our customers will find it that way too. The rearrangement of stocks, replacing our antiquated grocery department with up-to-date display counters and self-serve system is going forward rapidly, but we're still handicapped in waiting on our customers. However, we're here to serve you as best we can—with merchandise you know is good— and at right prices. Watch for our grand opening announcement the end of this month. HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Ytvf FarW DM*W inrlHt r*» to tJrttn f» H» ft *4 Alt** Sluw, Switr ftwhn HK mftwl. UiHn ft tk» fit ftMter. Svuriav Ahwmn—NK Mhrark Sw Y*m muntft fl NM —d iMta, NO DOWN PAYMENT * EASY BUDGET TERMS T**mem RUCKDASCHEL MOTORS PwMttt - IOW * 1 .'4^', 1.1 "rlk I OUR OWN A R D W A R E

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