Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 23, 1946 · Page 5
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[WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 23, 1948. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. appwvnqt gost-Franklin Study Club let With Mrs. M. E. Smith. §The Post-Franklin Study Club met a the home of Mrs. M. E. ^mith on 1st Wednesday afternoon, with the nembers answering roll call by Riving The Most Beautiful Word to You in English Language." The group sang "Clementine" and lye the salute to the Flag, after which fits. John M. Brooks read the Scrip- Tral passages for devotionals and Mrs. |rl Miller gave a book review. iFho thought for the day was given 9: Mrs. Milo Gericke and the contest yen by Mrs. Harvey Schultz, was "in by Mrs. Harva Miller. SJA lunch was served by the hostess, listed by Mrs. Harva Miller and Mrs. jXijbyd Pearson. wVlsltors at this meeting were Mrs. gfrl Voelz and Mrs. Lou Engelhardt. no next meeting will be held in ISjibrunry in the home of Mrs. Milo "ricke in Postville. ;:.mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara "VHave Anniversary Party. .^.^-While their fifth wedding anniver- , '"'sary did not occur until Monday, 's, January 21. Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara •were honored Sunday evening by hav- Ing the following come to their home to help them celebrate the event: Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwcinefus and family Of Elgin: Mr. and Mrs. Frank Jones and Mr. and Mrs. Oberlin Hegland of Decorah: Mr. and Mrs. Milton Eide and family, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Sherman. Mrjv'and Mrs. Clifford Raulson and sons,'and Mrs. Halvor Hegland of West . ;Unlon; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee, » Mr.-and Mrs. Merle Stee and family and, Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Stee and family of Castalia. < The evening was spent playing 500 wUh,pn?es awarded as follows: High to 'Will Schwcinefus and Mrs. Halvor Hegland: low to Clifford Stee and Mrs. . QberlJn Hegland. Eastern Star Chapter Installs Officers for 1946. Home Garden Club Meets At the Milo Jacobia Home. Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, held installation of officers for 1046 Monday evening, when the elected and appointed officers were Inducted into office by Mrs. L.. O. Koevenig, installing matron, assisted by Mrs. F. H. Luhman as installing marshal, Mrs. Frank Hangartner as chaplain and Mrs. Leon Chamberlain as organist. Those installed were Mrs. H. H. Douglass, worthy matron; A. C. Webster, worthy patron; Mrs. George C. Sebastian, associate matron; Herman Christofferson, associate patron; Mrs. A. C. Webster, secretary; Miss Pauline Staadt, treasurer; Mrs. J. F. Sawvelle, conductress; Mrs. Kermit James, associate conductress; Mrs. L. W. Casten, chaplain; Mrs. Lloyd Bruce, marshal; Mrs. Alice Miller, organist; Mrs. C. M. Peterson, Adah; Mrs. Keith Waters, Ruth; Mrs. R. M. Hecker, Esther; Mrs. Herman Christofferson, Martha; Mrs. Lawrence Dresser. Electa; Mrs. Lee Folsom, warder, and Frederick H. Luhman, sentinel. The Home Garden Club of Grand Meadow township met at the home of Mrs. Milo Jacobia on January IB, with ten members answering roll call by giving their "Hope For The Year." After the opening song, "Long, Long Ago," the Scripture reading was by the hostess and the thought for the day was read by Mrs. Milton Monlux. The hymn, "Abide , With Me," was then sung and several members gave articles they thought were "too good to keep." Among these was a genuine Japanese silk handkerchief Mrs. Lcska Martins had received from her son, who is now stationed in Japan. The home project lesson, "Youth and the Changing World," was given by Mrs. Wm. Luepkcr and Mrs. Melvin Radloff, and Mrs. Lucpker also gave a demonstration on remolding old candles. Following this a food sale was conducted and the members sang "Taps." West Post Project Club Meets With Mrs. J. Kohrs. /the West Post Project Club met at the home of Mrs. John Kohrs on last Wednesday, with ten members and one visitor, Mrs. Delbert Kohrs, in attendance. Roll call brought out "New Year's Resolution for the Club." Members then sang "Auld Lang Syne" and a contest, conducted by Mrs. John Kohrs, was won by Mrs. Lawrence E. Dresser. A contest by Mrs. Merle Lange was won by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. Mrs. Lange also told each one's fortune. After the meeting adjourned, the hostess served lunch to the group. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Sebastian in Postville on February 20. Aimer Anderson Given Birthday Surprise Party. Birthday Party Held For Norlene Lou Heins. Ladies' Aid Officers. The general Aid of the Community (jhurch started their new year with a one O 'clock luncheon last Friday, and : theri;£instnlled the following new officers. Mrs. C. M. Peterson, presi- denti-Mr.s. Harvey Roberts, vice presi- deinh'.vMrs. Erwin Klingbeil, secretary; Pauline, Staadt. treasurer. A group of relatives helped Norlene Lou Heins, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heins, celebrate her first TJIrthday anniversary on last Wednesday evening at the Heins home. The evening was spent playing Bunco, with prizes going to Nina Martens and Loren Lee Eberling, high; Lester Martens and Eileen Schrader, low, and Orville Meyer, traveling. Present at the event were Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eberling and Kathleen and Loren Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Reinhold C. Voelz and Darlene of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Schrader and Eileen and Ronald of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martens and Nina and Palmer, and Orville Meyer of Castalia. Sunday Dinner Guests. Sunday dinner guests of Mrs. Gwen Campbell were Mr. and Mrs. A. R. Campbell. Miss Lula Campbell, Mrs. Eliza McGhee, Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Jacobson, Janet and Jay. The Jacobson family made a short visit with relatives and friends here before moving to Phoenix, Arizona, where they have purchased a home. Janet Jacobson, who had stayed with her grandmother for three weeks, returned to Waterloo with the family on Tuesday. A group of neighbors and friends gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Aimer Anderson on Tuesday evening of last week to help Mr. Anderson observe his birthday anniversary. A picnic supper was served at midnight from baskets of food brought by the guests, who included Mr.'and Mrs. Enoch Mork and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Brewer and Patty, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Carlson and Gwen and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer and Joyce and Rita, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and Edward and David, Miss Ethelyn Kurth, and the Amundson family. John Casten Observes 85th Birthday Anniversary. Miss Pauline Staadt was honored at a picnic dinner in her home last Wednesday evening when members of her Birthday Club gathered there with baskets of food to help her observe her birthday anniversary. SOME IS COM THE CHI WATCH FOR ANNOUNCEMENT FROM CARGILL The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa John Casten, Sr., celebrated his 85th birthday anniversary Sunday, and so the following family members came to his home in this city with baskets of food for a picnic dinner which was served at noon: Mr. and Mrs. Victor Casten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Casten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten, Mr. and Mrs. John O. Casten, all of this community, and Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casten of Monona. Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs observed their wedding anniversary Friday and that evening the following came to help in the celebration, a lunch being served to them at midnight: Mr. and Mrs. Joe Harnack, Mrs. Anna Mohs, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and Duane, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd. JANUARY FUR SALE Thursday, January 31 featuring BIG reductions ON ALL RHOMBERG FUR COATS *Samp£e ^ ues . $ 99 . '149 $ 279 '295 . '395 Sable dyed Coney Coats . . . Beaver dyed Mouton Lamb . . Silver Blue blend Muskrat . . Mink blend back Muskrat . . . Natural clear grey Squirrel . . and many other exciting values SUBJECT TO FEDERAL EXCISE TAX A Rhomberg trained furrier, will be here to show you the new furs and to assist you in making selection. 3 WAYS TO BUY • CASH • CHARGE • BUDGET PLAN. Luhman & Huebner POSTVILLE, IQWA

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