Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 5, 1945 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 5,, IMS. FIREMAN PLAN STAO PARTY. , The PostvJlle Volunteer Fire Department will hold their annual stag party In the basement of Memorial Hall Saturday evening, December 5. All firemen, ex-flremen and their friends arc invited. ODD FELLOWS TO EAT, ELECT. Every Odd Fellow will want to attend Friday night's lodge meeting. In the first place, there will be the regular semi-annual election of officers, and this will be followed by a lunch at which roast turkey will be served. / Legion Auxiliary Meets At Mrs. Kerr Farm Home. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVTLLE, IOWA. Honor Sailor on Leave At Dinner Party Sunday. Mr. and Mrs, Obert Harris entertained at dinner Sunday at their farm home in honor of their son, George Harris, Aviation Machinist's Mate First Class, who is home on leave from the navy. In attendance at the event were Mr. and Mrs. Vernas Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Harris and family, Mrs. Robert Harris, William Moll, Lula, Don and Russell Harris, all ofvthls community; Mr. and Mrs. Ray Burnham and family of Sparta, Wis., and Kenneth Evans of Waukon. PAGE FIVE. See here what we have to offer: V Mixed Fruits for your Fruit Cakes Pitted Dates Frozen Pineapple Nuts and Mixed Nuts A Variety of Apples, Fresh Oranges, Lettuce, Celery and Cabbage Everything for your Holiday Baking on hand. The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa — '— -— .— For Christmas PLASTIC DRESSER SETS Luxor Gift Sets Tuya Cologne Varva Perfume Early American Sachet Pine Bubble Bath Tangee Gift Set Boxed Stationery EARLY AMERICAN BATH AND TOILET SOAP Powder Compacts Makeup Mirrors. Plastic Picture Frames Conventry Novelties EARLY AMERICAN TOILETRIES Tuya Perfume Bill Folds Old Spice Shaving Mugs Prep Shaving Needs Hawick Gift Sets Harriet Hubbard Ayers Toilet Water MILITARY BRUSH SETS Cigarette Lighters Tobacco Pouches Pocket Books . Gillette Razors Ash Trays CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Douglass Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" .The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 818, mot with Mrs. K. J. Kerr on Wednesday, November 2B, .with fifteen members responding to roll call, Mrs. Otto Fischer, unit president, presided, with Pauline Slaadt and Mrs. W. G. Bulman acting us color bearers. The pledge of allegiance was given; prayer by Mrs. Maude Bally, unit chaplain was followed by thirty seconds of silence in memory of our war dead. The national nnthem was sung, with Mrs. L. C. Schultz as the accompunist. Mrs. Fischer read a request for a gift to be sent to the Department Supply shelf, suitable for n hospitalized veteran to send to his wife or mother at Christmas. Mrs. Ray Douglass was asked to fill this request and also to select a gift for a local disabled World War I veterun. She reported having sent to the supply shelf two pairs' of children's mittens, one stuffed toy horse and one kangaroo, seven stamped Christmas folders and two pink toy bunnies to the waiting room at Schick Hospital at Clinton. According to the report of Mrs. Kerr, Americanism chairman, the essay contest will be conducted in both junior high and high school English classes, using the title, "American Citizens— jour Responsibilities—Our Privileges." Mrs. Kneeland, unit sponsor for the Camp Fire Girls, reported that they have been re-organized with Mrs. Stanley Kvnm ns guardian and' are holding weekly meetings. The president appointed Mrs. J. W. Myers and Mrs. Kneeland to make three one-pound boxes of candy to be sent as Christmas gifts to the U. S. Veterans Facility at Knoxville. Acknowledgment of the $2.00 cash donation to the Leonard Wood Memorial was read by Pauline Staadt. The District News Reel was read by Mrs. Kneeland, publicity chairman. The attendance prize was drawn by Mrs. Bally. Refreshments were served by the hostess and the meeting adjourned to meet Decpmbor 19 with Mrs. J. T. Humphrey. Masons To Entertain Wives and Eastern Stars. Brotherly Love Lodge, No. 204, Ancient Free and Accepted Masons, will entertain the members of the Eastern Star lodge and the wives of Masons who are not members of the Star Chapter at a turkey dinner in Masonic Hall next Monday evening, December 10. Dinner is to be served at 6:30 o'clock. A program is being arranged for presentation following the banquet. Entertain Dinner Guests On Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Meyer observed their seventh wedding anniversary last Friday by having the following guests at their home at a dinner party: Mr. and Mrs. Henry Rekow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee, Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee, Mr. and Mrs. Vernas Meyer, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Meyer, Mrs. C. C. Meyer and daughter, Helen, and* Otto Foels. Picnic Dinner Sunday. The following people gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Gericke and family Sunday with baskets of food for a picnic dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Duwe and family, Mr. and Mrs. Curl Blumhagen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Baltz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Bugonhagen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gunderson and family. Camp Fire News. , The Okihi Camp Fire girls met at the school house last Thursday for their regular business meeting at which it it was decided that all girls will draw names for u Christmas gift exchange. Patricia Ruclcdaschcl was elected pianist for the group who will meet again Thursday. Masons Elect Officers. Herman Chrlstofferson was elected Worshipful Master of Brotherly Love Lodge, No. 204, A. F. & A. M„ last night when the annual meeting of that group was held. Others chosen were, Boyd B. Turner, Serlior Warden; A. J. Pulas, Junior Warden; A. C. Webster, secretary, and L. O. Beucher, treasurer. Surprised on Birthdays. Mr. nnd Mrs. H. E. Roberts were given a surprise Sunday when Mr. and Mrs. F. H, Luhmnn and family nnd Mr, and Mrs. Robert Lindsay came to their home with baskets of lood for a picnic dinner, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of both,Mr. and Mrs. Roberts. Mr. nnd Mrs. Albert Huger, Mr. and Mrs, Ed Helming and Mrs. Reuben Hager, all of Ludlow, were dinner guests Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. ClarenceHoth and family. Mr, and Mrs. R, E. McNally entertained about thirty people at dinner Sunday, their children and grandchildren being present tar the event. Attend Dinner in Chicago. Word comes from Chicago that Curtis Abcrnethy, LcRoy Gass, Lorcnz Wiilman and Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman were dinner guests last Sunday In the home of Mr. ond Mrs. John Stroy In that city. Our special Windy City correspondent says the Stroys are relatives of Mr. and Mrs. Lester Willman. Curt and Herbie were visiting in Chicago, while Lorenz, who is stationed at Great Lakes, 111., was in the city to spend the day. Lester and his wife recently became residents of Chicago. Ladies Get Certificates As Night School Closes. The Women's Adult Class completed their tcn-lcsson course on home beautl- flcatlon Wednesday, November 28, by serving a pot-luck supper for all who attended or helped with Ihc lessons. The group elected to have "Art in the Home" as the general topic for study next year. The lessons will be planned by the advisory committee in cooperation with Miss Merle Brucne, the instructor. Certificates were presented to seventeen women who had attended eight of the ten meetings. Those receiving certificates were Mrs. William Bulman, Mrs. M. C. Decring, Mrs. Gus Miller, Mrs. L. F. Putnam, Mrs. ,Mortin Nelson, Mrs. S. C. Bally, Mrs. Ruth Branac, Mrs. Gwen Campbell, Mrs. R. L. Evans, Miss Mernn Aitchison, Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison, Mrs. Frank Hangartner. Mrs. Keith Gray, Mrs. Oscar Jonsberg, Mrs. Truman Overeen, Mrs. Emma Livingood and Miss Ruth Mackcrt. The remainder of the evening was spent examining and discussing an exhibit of Christmas gifts arranged by Mesdamcs Truman and Harold Over­ een and scrap books made by several of the women during the course on suggestions for decorating the home. Set Boy Scouts Meeting At Dubuque December 13. The Northcost Iowa Council, Boy Scouts of America, composed of Allamakee, Clayton, Delaware and Dubuque counties, announce their annual council meeting to be held at the Chamber of Commerce building nt Dubuque on Thursday evening, December 13, nt 6:30. The principal speaker of the evening will be O. A. Kitterm.'in, regional Scout executive of Region B. Mr. Kitterman has had a long service in Scouting, coining to his present position from Boston where he was the Scout Executive from 1930 until last spring. His present field is the supervision of the Scout work in Colorado, Wyoming. Kansas, Nebraska. Missouri nnd Iowa. The Northeast Iowa Council has been growing by leaps and bounds in membership. This past summer they have added a Field Executive in the person of Paxton Smith to assist Scout Executive Glen G. Fordyco In the rapidly expanding program of Scouting in this section of the state. Civilians are drinking between 20 and 25 percent more milk today than in prewar days. utile DRESSES FOR ALL OCCASIONS Women's and Children's $1.05 to $9.98 SWEATERS — ALL WOOL Infants' and Children's Sizes $1.98 to $4.98 Women's Sizes, Sutton or Blipover styles $4.98 to $6.98 SKIRTS Plain and Plaid Colors — AH sizes $3.98 to $5.98 WINTER COATS Variety of colors and sizes $12.95 to $35.95 Gift Suggestions For Your Entire List: Handkerchiefs, single or box_25c-$1.19 Gift Stationery 49c to $1.00 All Leather Bill Folds 98c to $1.98 Men's Suspenders 59c to $1.00 Men's Neckties 49c to $1.49 Men's Socks 19c to 69c Wrisley's Soap, boxed 50c to $1.00 Oven Glass Casseroles , 59c Dress Gloves for Women_$1.29 to $3.51 Women's Handbags $1.98 to $9.98 Fascinators - Headsquares_70c to $4.98 Women's Bedroom Slippers_$1.59-$3.98 Child's Bedroom Slippers—$1.00-$2.49 Seamless Hosiery .___48c Women's Night Gowns.—$1.98 to $2.98 Girls' Print Pajamas $2.29 Men's Lounging Robes $9.98 Men's Dress Shirts $1.73 Men's Dress Gloves $1.70 to $2.98 Men's Shaving Sets 49c to $1.00 Boys' All-Weather Jackets $7.45-$12.98 Men's All-Weather Jackets $6.9S-$15.9S 100% Wool Blankets $9.33 25% Wool Blankets $6.98 to $7.98 Fancy Crib Blankets $1.00 to $3.19 Infants' Rompers. $1.49 to $1.98 Clintz Bedspreads $11.98 Collars and Dickeys 59c to $2.98 Children's Mittens 33c to $1.00 Wrisley Toilet Sets $1.50 to $2.50 Gold Tassel Cologne $1.00 Costume Jewelry 69c to $1.00 Hosiery Boxes . $1.00 Loose Powder Compacts $2.19 Kippy - Kits $1.00 Kitchen Towels 39c to 59c Grocery Specials - - December 6, 7, 8 and IO No. 1 Diamond Walnuts, 1 lb. __-42c Ex. Large Pecans, lb._55c Mothers Best of Town Crier Flour, in print bags r __$2.49 Rice Krispies, 5^ ounce pkg 12c Mince Meat, 28 oz. jar for 49c Griddle Mix Pancake Flour, per pkg 25c Queen Olives, 1 lb. 5 oz. jar 79c Oranges, med. size, per dozen 58c Comb Honey 35c Fancy Rice, 2 lbs 29c Gallon Peaches, in light syrup $1.13 Oregon Pears, 6 for...29c Grapefruit, per lb 8c Campbell's Tomato Soup, per can 9c Luhman & Sanders

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