Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 26, 1945 · Page 5
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EDNESbAY, DECEMBER 26, IMS,. THE P08TVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. SEE HERE-MEN ! I now have an expert bar- tr with me in the person of larry Tyler and solicit your Dusiness. No waiting with I wo chairs now at your serv- ce. . . . Open through meal lours. Come in and let us ierve you. George C. Sehas- pan, Postville. Car of Quaker Sugared Schumacher Feed will be here soon. In Print Bags ! Call us for delivery from car. Postville Feed Mill Post-Franklin Club Holds Christmas Party. American Legion Auxiliary Meets With Mrs. Humphrey. The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, met at the home of Mrs. .1. T. Humphrey on Wednesday, December 19, with thirteen members responding to roll call. Mrs. Hurley Hills, unit vice president, in the absence of Mrs. Otto Fischer, presided. Mrs. W. G. Bulman nnd Mrs. Ed F, West Post Project Club Has a Christmas Party. 1 At the Elevator 4f IfMHIlKiill ii*»i»B;w«iaiE» , i» COMING SOON a car of PURITY LUMP COAL The annual Christmas party of the members of Post-Franklin Study Club and their children. and guests was held hist Wednesday afternoon in the homo of Mrs. Elliot Heusman, with Schroeder were appointed on the serv- Mrs.. Richard Suckow and Mrs. Henry i ce . SUir t\ as committee for the en Heusman as assistant hostesses. suing year. The members answered roll call by Mrs. Hills, service-star flag chair- naming their most cherished keep- mnni presented one one-star flag dur sake. All present joined in singing "O j nfi the past month Little Town of Bethlehem," and then M, s , R ny Douglass reported on local gave the salute to the Flag. Devotion- nn d departmental Christmas rehabili- als were led by Mrs. Eaton Waters and tation the thought for the day was given by Mrs. W. A. Kneeland reported on Mrs. Fred Gcricke. mailing three one-pound boxes of A reading, "The Christmas Hat," was home-made candy to the U. S. Voter given by Mrs. Henry Heusman; the nna Facility at Knoxville. group sang, "Silent Night;" a contest According to the report of Pauline given by Mrs. Elliot Heusman was won staodt and Mrs. George Huebner, com by Mrs. Milo Gcricke and then fol- rnittee in charge of "Gifts for the lowed the exchange of gifts in which Yanks," thirty-eight gifts with tip all present shared. proximate value of $35.00, were collect A lunch was served by the hostesses e( j anc j mailed to bring cheer to the and it was announced that the January hospitalized veterans meeting will be held in the home of Mrs. Douglass gave an interesting re- Mrs. M. E. Smith. port 0 f the national convention of the Guests at the meeting were Mrs. Leo American Legion and Auxiliary held Samek of Waukon. Mrs. John O. in Chicago November 18 to 21, at which Davis, Mrs. Roy Pixler, Mrs. Glen j owa wns represented by twenty-one Pixler, Mrs. Clarence Schave, Mrs. executive board members and eighteen Frank Hangartncr. Mrs. Wm. F. Baltz, additional delegates. Iowa ranks well Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mrs. Milton Oldag, near the top in Ms activities serving Mrs. Leo B. Folsom. Mrs. Lowell Fox, those who served for us in the two Mrs. Roy Duwe, Mrs. Carl Blumhagen, great world wars Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mrs. Walter Ruck- The Fourth District News Reel was daschel. Mrs. Merle Lange, Mrs. Bur- reaf j by Mrs. Kneeland and Mrs. Bui nell Anderson and Mrs. Victor Casten. mnn drew the attendance prize. Refreshments were served by the The August Schultzes host ? ss ™« th „ e mc ? in & n £ j ° u ™ ed l ° ° meet with Mrs. Anna Staadt and Will Have Open House. Pauline on January 30. Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa MsniniiHimBUBnamBiimatinffiiiniiia The home of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Martins was the scene of the annual Christmas party of the West Post Project Club last Wednesday evening, the program being planned entirely in the Yuletide motif. Numbers consisted of Christmas carol singing; reading. "Right Before Christmas," by Mrs. Merle Lunge; book review, "The Other Wise Man," by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian; piano solo, 'White Christmas," by Morgret Buddenberg: Christmas pageant, JoAnn Haltmeycr, reader, Eunice Dresser, Audrey and Margaret Buddenberg and Darlenc Martins, singers, and Mrs. Er- vin Haltmcyer, accompanist; recitation, "My Dolly," by Carol Ann Schulte. Birthday songs were sung lor Mrs. Harlan Sebastian and Mrs. John Kohrs. nnd a contest conducted by Mrs. Martins was won by Mrs. Gordon Lawson. A gift exchange was followed by the serving of a picnic lunch brought by the members. The next meeting will be hold January 10 at the home of Mrs Kohrs. Home Garden Club Meets. Mrs. Harley Radloff wns hostess to the Home Garden Club last Wednesday, when 12 members answered roll call by naming different uses of the; holly. The entire program consisted of i Christmas songs, readings and eon- i tests. A gift exchange among mem- John I bers and the children present v/as » highlight of the meeting. When Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz Entertain Gridiron Squad of this city observe their golden wed- . , TJ J. -n o ding anniversary on Christmas day. At Uinner i'arty 1< 01' bOn. they will hold open house for their many friends from 3:30 to 5:00 o'clock Mr. and Mrs. Will ChristofTerson en In the afternoon, during which hours taineQ the Postville high school foot they will be pleased to have their ball squad and Coach Stanley Kvam many friends call at their home. at a dinner party Friday evening at A dinner will be served for the fam- their home in honor of the 17th birth ily in the fining room of St. Paul's day anniversary of their son, Leo, a Lutheran church at noon. member of the gridiron squad Mrs. Joe Duwe will have all of her Mr. and Mrs. G. A. Brooks, Mr. and children and their families at her home Mrs. Ben Lange and Mr. and Mrs. for Christmas dinner and supper. Mother Hubbard Flour Sale prices in effect this week subject to stock on hand. Print Bags Nice Patterns '^1 Postville Feed Mill |jjt | Telephone No. 244 Postville, Iowa Laurence Hofer will go to Decorah on Sunday to be present at a family dinner in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange and children. Don't miss Danny Kaye's "The Wonder Man," filmed entirely in Technicolor, at the Iris Tuesday and Wednesday, January 1 and 2. It's a scream and 1945's best musical show. Christmas Is always a welcome event with us, for two reasons: First, because we enjoy the spirit of friendliness that ii all-pro- vailing ; lecond, bacauia It affords an appropriate opportunity of expressing our sincere appreciation for your valued patronage. It has, Indeed, been a pleasure to serve you, and in sanding you our best wishes for a Merry Christmas we do so with the hope (hat the Christmas season of 1945 will transcend ell of its predecessors in real happiness for you. Hoth Bros. Hardware HpHERE are a thousand and one ways of extending the reason's greetings to you, but no words we can put into writing, no words we can frame with our lips, ring with more sincerity than the old'f ashioned greeting— m TO YOU Luhman & Sanders GENERAL MERCHANDISE O Little Town Of Bethleheml The three wise men found their great- ctt happiness at the end of their quest... Their greatest burden was the gift of adoration which they carried joyously. | \ ' j 1 At this most happy and solemn season of. the year, our greeting is expressed best ' in the hope that the priceless treasure of happiness and joy shall be yours always. 1 • • The Farmers Store MERRIEST .....lUl.'l.l.'l.V.v:;"!;: OF ALL-1945 ! • • A z\nd now comes another Christmas to be added to your store of memories. We hope this Christmas of 1945 will be a very enjoyable one—a truly happy one—fulfilling all the line traditions of Christmas. ! A , /accept our hearty thanks for the pleasant business associations of the past year. Once again we say Merry Christmas! Postville State Bank

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