Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 12, 1945 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER 11, 1945. Twenty Local Rebekahs Attend Decorah Meeting. Twenty members of Post Rcbokuh Lodge, No. 48, Friday evening went to Decorah, where they ond Crcsco and Wnukon lodge members were guests of Oncotn Rcbeknh Lodge, No. 75. The evening's activities included the Initiation of three candidates by the Decorah lodge and the presentation of the "Moon and Seven Stars" by the Crcsco group. Selected by the assembly president, Mae E. Burbank, the emblem for the latter ceremony is being presented to the town lodges to create social interests and raise money for the home fund. Among the 80 persons in attendance :were the following local members: jMrs. Fred Hnngartner, Mrs. Milo Mey- [cr. Mrs. Elliot Schroeder, Mrs. J. O. Costcn, Mrs. A. C. Webster, Mrs. Arth- tur Schultz Mrs. Leonard Pearson, Mrs. [Glen Olson, Mrs. Francis Padden, Mrs. KElmcr Schultz, Mrs. Walter Meyer, ""^Mrs. J. H. W. Schroeder, Mrs. Alvin [Kohle. Mrs. Otto Sander, Mrs. Edgar ""tner, Mrs. Laurence Hofer, Mrs. K. H. Itone, Mrs. Henry Lnnge, Mrs. Elmer lander and Mrs. Ross Thornton. George Kluss Surprised On Birthday Anniversary. Friday, December 7, marked the 00th birthday anniversary of George Ktuss, so his wife planned a surprise party for him, with the following people coming to help carry out the event: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hortrumph, Mr. and Mrs. John Fict and Mrs. Earl Nevor- mnn of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Horry Lnndt and Bobby of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Kluss and Gcorgcnc nnd Beverly, and Miss Waalk of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. John Mangels and Irene of Forest Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Poosch and Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lnndt, Postville. After the dinner which was served from baskets of food brought by the guests, cards were played and a season of sociability followed Observe 31st Wedding Day Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Kurdclmeicr cclc brntcd their 31st wedding anniversary Sunday. As dinner guests in their home that day they hod Mr. and Mrs. Louis Broitsprecher and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Breltsprccher of St. Olnf; Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth Broitsprecher of Gurnnvillo, Mr. and Mrs. Chns. Stricn and Mr. and Mrs. James Probert of Farmersburg, and Lorence Emmett Rcinhardt. 7 Distinctive Gifts As Wonderful As Christmas Subtle, entrancing per- -m fumes from our cosmetic counter are gifts that pay a charming compliment to the lady. * Toiletries to match her personality.. luxurious bath sets, dainty com| pacts and fragrant colognes in profusion. Get him a billfold . . . a gift of practical value and yet so personal and intimate that it will be a constant reminder of your thoughtfulness. I Mirror Dresser Sets "that are extra pretty for $ the girl that is pretty jk> extra. Gifts of beauty te that she will use and f, treasure with extra | pleasure for the months to come. unr id Brush sets alone or in travel cases for the well groomed man. Men's cosmetic sets in shaving ensembles . . . with hair dressings that are smart Gifts that will go to his head. CHRISTMAS GREETING CARDS Douglass Pharmacy "Where Quality Counts" EXCITING! NEW! BAKING DISCOVERY BIG Attn VMsbxty BOOK TELLS HOW... A GIFT TO YOU WITH... Tlll $bMn |i Best FLOUR 2.45 SCHROEDER GROCERY FQSTVIULK, IOWA SO LB. $ BAG Ella Panncke Marries V/ Arno Wilker Thursday. ]\ pMJss Ellti Ponncke, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Panncke of Postville, and Arno Wllkor, son of Fred Wilker of Monona, were married last Thursday morning In St. Paul's Lutheran church In this city. /The Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig offfltlated at the service, while Mrs. Ludwig presided at the organ and played nuptial music. Relatives of the couple attended the service. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Hurlnn Rcinhardt of Luann. The bride was uttircd in an aqua dress and her corsage was of red roses. She is a graduate of Luana high school and has been making her home in Postville with her parents. Mr. Wilker wus recently discharged from the army after long service in the Aleutians and the Pacific theaters. They will moke their home for the time being wrtli the bride's parents in Postville. Ladies of the neighborhood tendered Mrs. Wilker a shower at the home of Mrs. Clurenec Hoth last Wednesday evening where after the gifts present cd to the bride were opened, curds were played and a lunch served. Those attending this event were Mrs. Herman Schutta, Mrs. Hubert Luhman, Mrs. Frank Severn, Mrs. Henry Steele, Mrs. Raymond Samek, Mrs. Charles Fay Mrs. Lena Schroeder, Mrs. Arthur Erbe, Mrs. Irene Hclgerson, Mrs. Fred Groth, Mrs. Clarence Hoth, Mrs. Fred Panncke and daughter, Ella. On Friday evening a group of friends tendered Mr. and Mrs. Wilker a shower at the farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Harold Panncke. Gifts were presented to the couple and the evening was spent with a program of pan tomime and playing cards. A lunch was served from baskets of food brought' by the guests, who included Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Thoma and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Hoth ond family, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon, Mr. and Mrs. Lee Folsom, Mr. and Mrs. Martin White and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Lcnth and family, Mr, and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wugner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Schierholz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Bruns and Danny, Ora and Oran Dohms, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Rcinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Panncke and the honored couple. \ Betty Cox, Chas. Bachtell ^ Married in Sheboygan, Wis. The marriage of Betty Cox and Cajftain Charles B. Bachtell was consummated at a candlelight ceremony in the chapel of the First Methodist church in Sheboygan, Wis., by Rev T. Parry Jones on Thursday, Dec. 6. ; The marriage was witnessed liy friends of the bride, Mrs. Arthur Gerend and Ray Gerend. The bride was attired in a brown gabardine suit, yellow blouse with brown accessories, and wore a corsage of gold and bronze chrysanthemums. The bridegroom was in full dress army uniform. Mrs. Bachtell is the daughter of C. E. Cox of Mason City and Mrs. Doris Cox of Rochester, Minn. Capt. Bachtell is the son of Ralph Bachtell of Postville and Mrs, Gertrude Bachtell of Evanston, 111. Captain and Mrs. Bachtell will be in San- Antonio, Texas, after January 7, until Captain Bachtell receives further assignment. Leona Pergande Weds Raymond Bray December 3. Announcement was made this week of the marrioge of Miss Leona Pergande of Algona and Raymond Bray, son of Mrs. John Bray, of Postvtlle, the wedding taking place at Waukon a week ago Monday. The couple were attended by Mr. and Mrs. Charles Jones and a wedding dinner was served after the ceremony at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Norman Starkey. They will make their home with Mr. ond Mrs. Lawrence Bray on the Harvey Clark farm. Surprise John F. Palas. John F. Palas observed his 86th birthday anniversary Sunday and all unbeknown to him, the following relatives came to the Palas homo for dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Palas and Mr. and Mrs. William Fuhrman of Elkader, Mrs. Fred H. Schultz of Castolia, and Mr. and Mrs. John A. Palas of this city. Honor the Ben Krambeers On 30th Wedding Day. Sunday marked the 30th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambcer and in order to fittingly observe the event their son-in-law and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner, entertained a group of relatives and friends at a dinner that day. Coming for the occasion were Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer and Mary, Mrs. Henry F. Eggert, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krambcer and daughter, Evelyn, Mrs. Lena Behrcns, and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Meier, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. John J. Krambcer nnd Sharon of Monona, and Henry Krambcer and Mrs. Minnie Collins of Luana. In the evening the following assembled at the Krambcer home for a picnic supper brought In baskets which was served after the evening hod been spent at playing cards and the honored couple had been presented with a purse of money: Mr. and Mrs. Grant Papc, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Eldrcd Schlitler, Charles Kaiser, Dean Hammond, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pape and family, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Chamberlain and family, Mrs. Anna Scully and Leonard, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and family, Robert and Donna Mae Krambcer. Rebekahs Will Have A Christmas Party. A Christmas party has been planned by members of Post Rcbeknh Lodge, No. 48, for tomorrow evening in the Odd Fellows hall. The event, wliich will feature a program, an exchange of gifts and a potluck supper, will take place following the regular bu'mcss session. Those attending are asked to bring a quarter gift, sandwiches and one other dish. Entertains Guests Dinner and supper guests at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison and daughter, Mcrna, on Saturday were Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Gosden and Mr. and Mrs. Carl Gosden and son, David, of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. James Gosden of Cascade, and Mr. and Mrs. Frank Severn and family of this city. Miss Hattic Woihe will entertain her card club Wednesday afternoon. It will be a Christmas party with .exchange of gifts. SAV UP TO BAKING T.I ME EXCITING! NEW! BAKING DISCOVERY BIG A*H VMtbuMf BOOK TELLS HOW... A GIFT TO YOU WITH._.. w Mum's Best 2.45 THE FARMERS STORE POSTVILLE, IOWA 50 LB. BAG Here Are A Few Suggestions: SCARFS 70c; to $4.98 WRISLEYS TOILET SET 59c to $2.50 BEDROOM SLIPPERS $1.49 to $3.98 COSTUME JEWELRY 69c to 98c HANDKIES 25c to $1.98 PURSES $1.98 to $9.98 FUR MITTENS SWEATERS $2.98 to $3.98 $1.98 to $6.98 BLANKETS $6.98 to $9.33 TIES 49c to $1.00 Dress and Coat Clearance Sale All Coat Values to $ 35.95, now $ 25.95 All Coat Values to $ 19-98, now $ 13.98 I Rack Dresses, val. to $ 9<98, now $ 6.98 Postponed The Forest Prince" | SCHOOL OPERETTA j Had to be postponed be- ] cause of the great num- I ber of absentees who are ill, and will be held on. Wed'esday, Dec, 19 at eight o'clock in the School Auditorium Grocery Specials December 13, 14, 15 and 17 Mixed Nuts, lb 53c Peanuts, lb. 29c No. 1 Walnuts, lb 42c Tokay Grapes, lb 17c Kraft Malted Milk____33c Mince Meat, lge. jar__49c Tuna Fish ____39c Pink Salmon l___27c Peanut Butter, qt. jar_49c Gal. Peaches, in syrup — -$1.13 Gal. Apricots, in syrup $1 49 Catsup, 14 oz. bottle. .20c Pork & Beans._12c to 17c Shredded Wheat 11c Campbell's Tomato * Soup, can 10^ Comb Honey _._ 35c Strained Honey, Vz gallon $1.28 Fruit Cake Mix, 10 oz. pkg 33c Rice, 2 lb. pkg 29c G. N. Beans, lb— 11c. Lettuce, per head 15c , r, an< Extra Large Celery___29c Oranges, doz.__49c to 78c Grapefruit,, 6 for 29c Cabbage, lb, 4c Carrots, bunch 10c Rutabagas, lb. 7c Yams, lb 11c Idaho Baking Potatoes, 10 lb. bag 59c Ginger Bread Mix 22c Knox Gelatine 22c Pop Corn, pkg 15c Luhman & Sanders

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