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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, October 27, 1948
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LlESPAY, OCTOBER 1MB. Post-Franklin Study Club Met Wednesday. ,nday Club Studies blic Health Problem. jblic Health was the subject fced by the Postville Monday b nt its meeting on October nt (he home of Mrs. H. E. lerls. ie following papers were giv- PubJic Health, Mrs. Welzel; npaignlng against Disease, Mrs. iert Hecker; Safety First, Mrs. Fischer. I) call was answered by Hazin the Home. JC next meeting will be an An- irsnry Guest Tea at the home i. Henry Oldag, on Novem- THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Home Garden Club Holds All-Day Meeting. The Post-Franklin Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Earl Miller at Waukon for a' dress party last Wednesday afternoon with 25 members and one visitor, Mrs. John Brooks, present. The scripture reading was given by Mrs. Lloyd Clark and the Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison by the group. Roll call was "A bad habit your child has and how It could be corrected." A review was given by Mrs. Arbie Behrens. A round table talk, "You're Favorite Hobby," was given by Mrs. Henry Heusman. .Thought for the day was presented by Mrs. Walter Sander. ; The contest given by Mrs. Arno Engelhardt was won by Mrs. Ambrose Looney. The prizes given on the dress party were as follows: hard time dress, Mrs. Fred Ernst; prettiest hard time dress, Mrs. Harlan Foels; oldest dress, Mrs. Elmer Mohs; most cornicle dress, Mrs. Lester Smith; oldest dress, Mrs. Arbie Behrens. The program committee to serve for the coming year was as follows: Mrs. Fred Gericke, Mrs. Lester Smith, Mrs. Clinton Meyer, Mrs. Vern Meyer, Mrs. Ralph Green and Mrs. Arno Engelhardt. Lunch was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Elmer Mohs and Mrs. Harry Davis. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Walter Sander. The Home Garden Club held its first all-day meeting of the season at the home of Mrs. Leska Martins on Wednesday, October 20. Dinner was served by the hostess at noon which was followed by the business meeting. The opening song was "Sundown." Eighteen members ans- were roll call by telling of a Hallowe'en prank played on them. Mrs. Gervin Martins was a guest of the club. The hymn sung was "Fairest Lord Jesus," followed by the scripture reading. A discussion on rural schools took place during the business meeting. The closing song was "Dear Old Pals." The program consisted of a better grooming topic, "A Calendar for Beauty," by Mrs. Milo Jacobia. Several poems were read by Mrs. Reuben Svendson. An article by Ruth Miller on "We the Women" was given by Mrs. William Luepker. A solo entitled "A Little Gift" was sung by Mrs. James Eno. A contest on "food" conducted by Mrs. Lorenz Lenth was won by Mrs. Francis Meisner and Mrs. Melvin Radloff. The November meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. James Eno. West Post Project Club Holds Meeting. The West Post Project Club met with Mrs. Leonard Oldag on October 20 with 13 members present. Guests were Mrs. Fred Heins and Mrs. Jack Martins. The Lord's Prayer was repeated in unison followed by the group singing of "In the Gloaming." Ghost stories was given for roll call. Mrs. Jack Martins joined the club at this meeting. The Hobo party committee,' Mrs. Lydia Sebastian, Mrs. Harlan Sebastian and Mrs. Ray Schara, conducted several games and contests in which Mrs. Harlan Sebastian won two prizes, Mrs. John Martins won one prize and Mrs. Lawrence Dresser one prize. The prizes for the best Hobo went to Mrs. John Kohrs with Mrs. Lloyd Everman as second. Birthday songs were sung for three members. Lead Kindly Light was sung for Mrs. Lydia Sebastian, Faith of Our Fathers was sung for Mrs. Karl Walters, and Now the Day is Over for Mrs. Jack Martins. The hostess- served the group with a delicious lunch at the close of the meeting. Bowling Results mn STYLIST Korcn Sue creates the newest version of the ever popular jumper. The jweepingly flared skirt and glorious plaid 100*/. wool will make this outfit any young miss's number one choice for school and dress occasions. Deep pencil pocVel on front strap.' Sizes 7 toU. $5.98 Sizes 3 to 6X $3.98 [UEBNER'S General Merchandise Prosperous Ridge Club Holds October Meeting. The Prosperous Ridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Clem Waters last Thursday afternoon. Fourteen members answered roll call: "Tell about Hallowe'en Pranks." Scripture reading was given by the vice president, i After the secretary's report it was decided that each member is to bring a cash donation to the next meeting for the hospital. A birthday song was sung for Irene Casten. Thought for the day given by the president: "To a friends house the road is never long." The program consisted of givin helpful hints and a social period. The following guests were present: Mrs. Fred Eberling and Mrs. Otto Meyer of Guttenberg. A luncheon was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held at Mrs. Bernard Waters in November. Hold Picnic Dinner. Wood was first suggested for paper making in 1719. Clever Clovers Hold Year's Opening Meeting. The opening meeting of another year for the Clermont Clever Clovers was held at the home of the assistant leader, Ruth Turner, October 23. The meeting was opened by reciting the Pledge of Allegiance and the 4-H pledge. All members read aloud the new number, "The Country Girls Creed." Roll Call "How does my height and weight compare to the average tables?" was answered by 14 members. Four new members joined the club this year. They are: Belva Brandt, Ilo Mac Meyer, Marilyn Meyer, and Mary Morse. Election of officers was next on the meeting. The officers are: president, Gerry Kerr; vice president. Marilyn Foiled; secretary- treasurer, Romona Olson; historian, Jean Brandt; news reporter, Norma Brandt. A motion was made and seconded that each member bring some useful article which would be packed at the next meeting and sent to some family in Europe. The program consisted of two group problems and one talk. Ruth Turner explained the problems about "Expense Acoount Books" and "Record Books." The talk, "Being a House Guest" was given by Joann Swendson. A lunch was served by the hostess. Those present at the Stone House for a picnic dinner last Sunday were: Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mr. and Mrs. William Lubbers, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and family, Mr. and Mlrs. Roy Duwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunderson and Ronald, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Fisher, Mrs. Amanda Schierholz, Mrs. Bertha Folsom, Mrs. Helen Moon, Mrs. Cynthia Baltz, Mrs. Theresia Baltz and Eugene Heusman. Following is' the bowling league standings for the week ending October 23 at the local alleys: American League Won Lost Browns 11 1 Jack Sprat 10 2 Dodgers 9 3 Elgin 8 4 Clover Farm 6 6 Bethel 4 8 West Union Lions 4 8 West Union Tigers 4 8 Farmersburg 3 9 Waters' Dairy 1 11 Individual high line— Welzel 235 Individual high 3 lines— H. J. Meyer 591 High team 3 lines— Browns 2631 National League Won Lost Monona 11 1 Deeres 11 1 Gunder 7 Clermont 7 5 Shell Oil 7 5 Cards 6 Legion 5 Castalia 3 Monona Chev 3 9 Luana , 0 12 Individaul high line— Masonhall 226 Individual high 3 lines— Masonhall 601 High team 3 lines— Deeres 2529 Sunday Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Tertz of Decorah; Mr. and Mrs. John J. Martins, Gerald, Mary Janis and Stanley and Mr. and Mrs. Jack Martins of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lenth, Richard, Jerome and Jane, Mr. and Mrs. Will Radloff, Mr. and Mrs. Gerwin Martins, Carlton, Mary Jane, Lucille and Norma, Mr. and Mrs. Leska Mar- Final Rites Held For Mrs. Elmer Domke tins, Darlene, Delia and Duane, all of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Lenth and Mary Ann, Mr. and Mrs. George Harnack, and Mr. and Mrs. Roy Saacke, Dorothy Janet, Robert and Romona spent Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Gust Lenth in Farmersburg, honoring Mrs. Mary Martins of Garretson, South Dakota and Lena Benjegerdes of Manly. Surprise Birthday Party. A surprise birthday party was held for Mrs. William Kugel at her home here Sunday evening. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Donald Kugel and David, Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Zieman and family of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Kugel and family, Mr. and Mrs, Irwin Hamann and Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Seeland of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Seeland and Patricia of Froelich; Mr. and Mrs. Duane Kamp and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman, Vivian Appel and Will Kugel and daughters of Postville. ,. SPECIALS FOR THURSDAY, FRIDAY AND SATURDAY RICHELIEU CANNED PUMPKIN, No. 303 size cans, 2 cans for BETTY CROCKER PIE CRUST MIX, 2 boxes for only 27c 19c CAMPBELL CHICKEN-NOODLE and BEEF-NOODLE' SOUP, 2 cans RICHELIEU SALAD DRESSING, quart jar for only, 29c 59c NANCY HANKS RED PIE CHERRIES, 2 No. 2 size cans f or. KELLOGG'S CORN FLAKES, 2 packages for——— ----— 33c mm* Just add water. 7ft UK. bake Sj\ j9c 34c BOTH FOR BULK PITTED II CAKE FLOUR DATES, «/» I Swaiwlown, A\ c 2 pounds.— DDC II 2% lb. pkg- *1V, CRACKERS Premium 1 lb * box Salted 2 lb. box 45c PUTNAM 1 C r OA- I DYES, per pkg. l«Jl» DROPS, lb._- jUC I We've a complete line in stock. OLD FASHIONED CHOCOLATE Homemakers To Meet. The second meeting of the homemaking class will be held' tonight at 8:00 o'clock at the school, it was announced this week. Following are the dates and lessons: October 27—The new Method of Sewing. November 3 — Aprons. Bring favorite apron and its pattern. November 10—Making of shell gifts and novelties. December 1 — Continue with shells and make felt articles. December 8 — Holiday decorations, gift wrappings and candle making. December 15—Candy making. January 5 — Refreshment ideas for entertaining with recipe exchange. Birthday Surprise. A surprise birthday dinner was given in honor of Arnold Mueller celebrating his birthday Sunday. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Austin Jones and Joyce of Manchester, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Jones of Bellevue. Delores and Elmer Reece of Dyersville, Oscar Twiggs, Dorothy and Lillian Mueller of Dubuque. Birthday Surprise. A surprise birthday party was given for Mrs. Ed Poesch Sunday evening. Those attending were Mrs. Marie Leui, Mrs. Orma Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Bertie Waters, Mr. and Mrs. B. J. Waters, Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner, Ruth and Dale Turner, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Stover, Mrs. Nan Ewing, Mr. and Mrs. Vance Stover, Leslie Poesch and Bernice Brainard. ? Funeral services were held Tuesday for Mrs. Elmer Domke, 57, at St. Paul's Lutheran Church, Post ville. Burial was in the West Union cemetery. Mrs. Domke passed away Saturday, October 23, at the home of her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George_ Bowles following a lengthy illness. Emma Pape Dom-kerdSirgnter of Mr. and Mrs. Peter Pape was born August 21, 1891, in Fayette County, and departed this life October 23, 1948, at the home of her daughter and son-in-law, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowles, in Post township. Mrs. Domke was united in marriage with Fred Domke on February 24, 1914. To this union three children were born, all of whom survive the passing of their mother. Mrs. Domke entered the hospital at Decorah on July 27 of this year and was operated on the following Monday, August 22. On Saturday, August 7, she was removed to Rochester, where she was seriously ill for eight weeks. She was then removed to the home of her daughter and son-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. George Bowles, where she remained until death came to her. Left to mourn her passing are three children, Eleanor, Mrs. George Bowles, of Postville, and Dale and Leo Domke at home; two grandchildren, Gary and Judy Bowles; her aged mother, Mrs. Catherine Pape, of Eldorado; one sister, Martha, Mrs. Grant Pape, of Luana; seven brothers: Henry Pape. Fred Pape, William Pape, Leonard Pape, Elmer Pape, Sam Pape, and Herman Pape, all resid- siding in the vicinity of West Un- AMERICAN BEAUTY ELBOW MACARONI, 2 pound package. 35c JELL-O, ROYAL and RICHELIEU PUDDINGS and GELATINS, 2 for_ 15c HUEBNERS General Merchandise CHIU-C0N-CARNE Hdrmel 's 1 lb. tin AT C BAB-0, OO n 1 PEANUT OfJc 2 cans W___ liC \ BUTWHUJ^f^ II Busy with J "HfCTIOHS ON FACKAOI • 9QASKS FOR HAL16WBEH /RIGHT ON THE PKG. 2 M<GS. 41c Sll O0« DISH**The Farmers Store WE DELIVER „ • Telephone No. 231 Roy D. Knight, Manager Mrs. Domke was preceded in death by her husband. "I'll bet this scores the gong. But I belter have an extra glass of WATERS' PASTEURIZED MILK before I go out or I'll never be strong enough to carry this huge pumpkin." For Pure Pasteurized Milk,' Cream, Chocolate Drluk and Cottage Cheese, Call 237-J. o povrvau • t >fc "* 237-J WEEKEND SPECIALS FRIDAY AND SATURDAY OCTOBER 29 and 30 GLENDALE CHEESE, 2 pounds for 85c PURE GROUND BEEF, per pound only 54c GARDEN PEAS, per case of 24 tins. $2.59 DREFT, 2 packages at only. 63c OXYDOL, per pkg- 33c DUZ, OO r per pkg—— OPS* CLOVER FARM BLEACH, per gallon 39c APPLES— Jonathan, Delicious and Mcintosh POTATOES— „ A Cobbers and Idaho Russetts FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY HELGERSON'S CLOVER FARM STORE Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa CANDY BARS— Snickers, Forever Yours and Pings 6 for 25c POPCORN jHearthside 8 ounce pkg. 15c SPRY 3-pound tin $1.19 FROZEN PEAS per package 29c WHITE SYRUP PENNICK 10-pound pail $1.19 CAKE FLOUR SOFTASILK per package 41c FROZEN CORN per package 29c VISIT OUR FROZEN FISH DEPARTMENT © <%Mik MEAT* HORMEL'S COUNTRY STYLE SAUSAGE per pound 59c PORK. CHOPS End Cuts per pound 59c JONATHAN APPLES Y 2 bushel box $2.19 RATH'S SMOKED SAUSAGE per pound 69c SHORT RIBS OF BEEF per pound 41c ORANGES 2 Dozen for 39c H&R0LD5 CA5H MARKET PHONE 2 ! PUS' VULE

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