Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 5, 1948 · Page 8
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May 5, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 8

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WEDNESDAY, MAY 5l J v.. MM SCHOOL NEWS. (Continued from page 1) Playing the high scoring fracas on the grass diamond because of wet grounds, the Pirates used four pitchers, and only Ken Peake appeared to have the formula for stopping the Indians. Tennis Mork gave up five hits and five runs in two and one-third innings. Eugene Rima gave up two hits, three walks and three runs in one and two- "Always hearing abou^ Queen of the May. Huh! I'm starting something—I'm King of the May. Everv man who drinks that tine WATERS' PASTEURIZED MILK can be King in his own home. I'm telling you!" For Pure Pasteurized Milk, Cream, Chocolate Drink and Cottage Cheese Call 38-F-62. MMTVILLE •<?^38F62 thirds innings. Merle Meyer, allowed two hits and two runs in two innings, and then Ken Peake held Waukon without a hit in the last inning. Best nt the plate for the Pirates, who again faced mediocre pitching, were Jim Malone with two singles. Tennis Mork with two doubles, and Jack Schultz with n double and a single. The team is now batting .316. led by Jack Schultz with .571 and Tennis Mork with .381. Band News. Favorable weather will bring the marching band out this week, to get in shape for their trip to Waterloo next Saturday, where the Northeast Iowa band jubilee is again being held. Forty-one bands will be included in the huge festival, which features a , parade through the business district, starting at 11:30 a. m., concerts by all of the bands during the day. and a massed band concert at the Hippodrome in the evening. The local band will play a half hour concert in the park between 4th and Mulberry, at 4:00 p. m. The Jubilee features a "Miss Melody" contest, in which a queen is picked from the beauty queens representing the participating schools. Carol Eberling. senior and member of the band, will be Postville's candidate for "Miss Melody." She was elected to the honor by the high school student body. With the "Miss Melody" candidate from other towns, she will be entertained during the day at the Hotel Russell- Lamson, and will appear in the parade and at the evening show. At the evening program Karl King, eminent band director and composer from Fort Dodge, will again conduct the massed band in three marches. Another feature of this program will be a massed twirling demonstration. The jubilee is sponsored by the Waterloo Junior Chamber of Commerce. Junior-Senior Prom. The Junior-Senior prom and banquet was held Saturday night. April 24. The banquet was held in the old gym and the prom took place in the new gym. TOP PRICES FOR High Quality Eggs MAINTAIN HIGH QUALITY BY COOLING EGGS QUICKLY IN WIRE BASKETS. ——* PRICES: 40c -37c- 29c Hansen & Matson Co. Temporary quarters back of Phillips 66 Station Telephone No. 251 The theme used for the prom" and banquet was "Moonlight and Roses" and the decorations were carried out to fit this theme. Arvid Anderson reigned as .king for the evening. Peggy Spencer as queen, and Cloy Miene and Joan Christofferson as Prince and Prin-_ cess. A toast was then given in their honor. The tables for the banquet were gaily decorated. The table at the head of the gym was for the speakers. Superintendent and Mrs. K. T. Cook and the junior class sponsors. The centerpiece at each of the tables was a bouquet of roses, made by members of the junior class. On each end of the tables were two ^indies, and at 6:30 when the food was served, the candles were lit as the guests ate by candlelight, also on the table were nut cups and place cards. The side of the gym was decorated with roses. The food was prepared by the mothers of the junior class and the sophomore "girls served as waitresses . The girls wore white blouses, black skirts and pink aprons. The menu was as follows: Grapefruit cocktail, baked ham. mashed potatoes, peas, pear salad, rolls, celery, carrot sticks, pickles, cherry pie and ice cream, and coffee. The program, with Eugene Rima as master of ceremonies, opened with the welcoming address by Wayne McNally, president of the junior class, and the response was given by Peggy Spencer, president of the senior class. Then the following numbers were given: Baritone solo, "See You In My Dreams," by Jim MaJone; duet, "Moonlight and Roses," by Gerry Hogan and John Winn; "Lindy Lou," by the girls' sextet; "Moonlight Memories," by Carol Eberling; trombone solo, "Stardust," by Richard Bollman; baritone solo, "Roses in the Rain," by Ken Timmerman; "Moonlight Reflections." reflecting the lives of the seniors as she can remember them, by Miss Mackert. and a baritone solo, "Only a Rose," by John Winn. The program was then brought to a close by group singing with Miss Boardman as the song leader. The Vance Dixon orchestra from Cedar Falls played for the prom. Third Grade News. Third grade decided to build a post office for their room after their visit to the post office down town. Each pupil has a box of his own. Richard Hoth brought the large boxes to use for arranging and keeping the individual boxes in alphabetical order. These pupils were voted upon by the class to help get the post office ready for use: Richard Hoth. Rose Ann Sad ler, Gary Cook, Ann Louise Schup bach. Gary Ellis. Gale Welzel, Mary Meyer, John Falb, Bonnie Meyer, Gwendolyn Olson, James Meyer Luann Wahls ajid Suzanne Kramer. Fourth Grade News. Those who earned an A or B average this second six weeks are Donald . Anderson, Jaqk Backhaus, Ileta Christofferson, Charles Eberling, Gary Haltmeyer, Arlo Heckman, Gretchen Palas, Jeanette Rose Douglas Ruckdaschel, John ^Schultz, Zoe Thoreson, Beverly Trautman. Those who are on the honor roll \ for being very neat this six weeks are Ileta Christofferson, Zoe Thoreson, Linda Muchow, Gretchen Palas, Jeanette Rose. Fifth Grade News. The following received A's in spelling: Leonard Althouse, Janice Brown, Janice Christofferson, Myrna Christofferson. Jerry Davis, Judy Gregg, Gerry Gulsvig, Dolly Kennett. Jerry Klingbeil, Junior Marting, Gwen Mork, Francis Nelson, Fritz Palas, Dellene Schultz. Mary Schultz, Yvonne Schultz and Carol Schutte. FAMOUS ARTISTS TO APPEAR AT LAKESIDE BALLROOM Jerry Murad and his "Harmoni- cats" will appear at Lakeside Ballroom, Guttenberg, Iowa, on Tuesday. May 18. This unit has been hailed from coast to coast as the most popular recording artists of America. Their record, "Peg O' My Heart," was selected as "The best record of 1947." One of their harmonicas measures thirty inches in lenth. They will present three big shows during the evening, while Jimmy Palmer and his Sweet Music Orchestra, coming direct from the famed Martinique restaurant in Chicago, will furnish the music for dancing. TOO MUCH WATER. Work on a new municipal light plant at Independence struck a snag this week. Workman struck water four feet under the surface. Colonial Super Quiet OIL BURNER Replace worn out or inefficient oil burners and save fuel! Colonial's top quality, plus care in planning installations assures comfort, economy and convenience. ' ' LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA WW vfURItflCE SERVICE YOUR NEW TELEPHONE DIRECTORY Will Be Printed Soon! If you desire a change in your listing, or if your name was not spelled correctly in last year's directory, kindly call the Central Office and any employee of the Company will be glad to make the change for you. BALANCED RATIONS — means — LOWER FEEDING COSTS Let us plan a program for you— Adapted to your particular needs. Acme and Hubbard Sunshine Feeds Postville Feed Mill Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa Gleaming Beauty fOR YOUR BATHROOM m i. PLEASE CALL US NOW FOR LISTING Postville Farmers Telephone .Company "The Value of the Telephone Is Greater Than The Cost" 5 51 GAL Washable! Durablt! Amazingly eaey-to-keep-clean finish for sparkling bathrooms, kitchens and woodwork. Covers like magic. Dries overnight to porcelain-like finish that lasts two or three times longer than ordinary gloss paint. Six beautiful colors —Ivory, Cream, Bone White, Pale Green, Jonquil Yellow, Powder Blue. Nyberg Farm & Home Supply Postville, Iowa *CAKD OF THANKS. Wo wish to express our sincere appreciations to relatives ami friends for their many kind words and expressions of sympathy extended to us at the passing on of our beloved husband and father. Ed F. Sehrocder. To the Pastor for his words of comfort and hope, those who gave floral and memorial offerings, and all who in any assisted us at the funeral and at the home we express our most heartfelt thanks.—Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder and sons. Top valu. always. LOWE BROTHERS HIGH STANDARD HOUSE PAINT today costs less {or surface protection—less than ever to use. Cavers solidly more surface per gallon than "cheap" paint. Spreads easily and evenly. Cuts labor cost. Lasts longer Don't miss this value special! Postville Lumber Company II. J. MEYER, Manager BOAT LANDING NET $1.69 Mesh Seine Twine. 42 in. loop. 24 in. deep. FISH KNIFE 55c Cleans Quickly. 9'j inch blade. HANOI* TACKLE BOX 43c T'.HX4 1 V!X1VJ inches FISH STRINGER 10c 72 inch Length UTILITV SCALE 55c Compact HOOK ASSORTMENT 30c Box of 50 hooks. HYLQH ANTIBACKLASH CASTING LINE REEL LONG WEAR. TESTS 12 IBS. JO FT. VH7C0I EASY 10 NAN. • 1 DIE. SMOOTH ; 1 .•WORKING. 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