Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 20, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, FEBRUARY M, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVB. The American Legion Auxiliary will meet on Wednesday, February 27 at Memorial Hall, Blurting 'with U potluck lunch at one o'clock. TRUCK TIRES We have secured a small shipment of the following sizes of Truck Tires: 7.50-20 — 10 ply 7.50-20 — 8 ply 7.00-20 — 10 ply 7.00-20 — 8 ply 7.00-15 — Truck 7.00-16 — Truck 7.50-16 — 10 ply Mud-Snow Tread We can use your old tires in trade! Complete stock of rear Tractor Tires. FALB Motor Postville, Co. Iowa Marjorie Noack Weds Robert Schultz Tuesday. The Lawrence Kleins Given Farewell Party. I I V FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST HONEY & 1IOREIIOUN1) rn„ COUGH SYRUP U\)L HAYEK'S ASPIRIN, 1 f? 12 Tablets 10L MINIT-RUB— Kflp For Chest Colds OUl/ UNGUENTINE, 1^\C Rectal Cones I «JL DOAN'S PILLS, 7P»f» Per box ' CALF SCOURS AND THEIR TREATMENT DON'T DELAYI University of Wisconsin scientists say Calf Scours are caused by lack of vitamin A and niacin in cow's milk during first few days after calving. Beebt CALFLETS supply extra amounts of vitamin A and niacin, at well as vitamins C (Ascorbic Acid) and D, Give it right after birth and continue dally as required. ,L~Paul's Lutheran church was the scene of n pretty wedding at two o'clock Tuesday uftcrnoon, Feb. 19, when Miss Marjorie Ndnck, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Clay Noack, became the bride of Robert L. Schultz, son of Mrs. Harry Lcnth, of Castalln, with the Rev. F. R. Ludwijj.. performing the double ring ceremonyA Nuptial music for'lhc ceremony was furnished by Arthur Amundson, friend of the couple, who sang "Because" and The Lord's Prayer." Mrs. Ludwig presided at the church organ during the service. A white satin and net gown, fashioned with si fitted bodice and three- quarter length full sleeves, fitted at the bottom, and a double not skirt was worn by the bride. Her fingertip veil was held in place- by a beaded Dutch style coronet. She carried an arm bouquet of red roses. Her jewelry was a gold cross, set with tiny crystals, a gift from the bridegroom. As her cousin's maid of honor, Miss Phyllis Noack wore a blue taffeta and marquisette gown, fashioned with fitted bodice and full skirt. She wore a matching shoulder length veil and a white rose corsage. Bridesmaid was Mrs. Milton Schroe der. She wore a pink taffeta and net dress with a matching shoulder veil and a white rose corsage. Attendants to the bridegroom were Norman Schultz, his brother, and Milton Schroeder. Floyd Schultz and Melvin Webber served as ushers. A reception was held in the church parlors for 150 guests. Decorations were carried out in pink, blue and white colors. At the bride's table was a three-tiered wedding cake, on which was a miniature bride and bridegroom. A seven o'clock dinner was served at the home of the bride's parents for the immediate families. The couple will live on a farm near Castaiia. FITCH'S SHAMPOO, For Dandruff CHARM KURL, Wave Set Neighbors and friends of Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Klein and children tendered them a farewell party at their home south of town Sunday evening, as the Kleins were to move yesterdny to their former home in Waterloo. Baskets of food were brought for a picnic dinner served at midnight after the evening had been spent at card playing. Present for the evening were Mr. and Mrs. F. F. Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Casten and family, Mr. and Mrs. Hollls Enyart and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and .family, Mr. and Mrs. Ed M. Gass, Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Dickman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Walter Ruckdaschcl and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Dettman and Mr. and Mrs. Ifarold Dettman and family Have Dinner Guests. 59c WOODBURY HAND LOTION IPANA TOOTH PASTE PREP, After Shave Powder DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" , Mr. and Mrs. Elliot Heusman served dinner at their home last Wednesday to the following people who wore here to attend the funeral service of Mrs. Maie Pixler: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Pixler, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pixler and Ronnie, Mr. and Mrs. Ralph Pixler, Jr.. Mr. and Mrs. George Pixler, Mr. and Mrs. Gerald Pixler, Georgie Pixler, MR and Mrs. Glen Pixler, Mrs. Clarence Rear don, Mrs. Clarence Schave and daugh ter, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Fay, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Cahalan, Mrs. Joe Fay and son, Mrs. Priest, Mrs. Victor Meyer and Irene, Mrs. Clarence Schave and hqr [ daughters. Observe Anniversaries Of Two Local Couples. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Heins entertained a group of relatives, friends and neighbors at their home last Thursday evening, the occasion being their 24th wedding anniversary and the 29th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Ed W. Schlce. The evening was spent playing 500, with prizes being awarded as follows: Ted Seyberl and Helen Moon, high; Mrs. Roy Moon, traveling, and Otto Oldag and Nora Dunker, low. Mrs. Heins served a lunch to the guests at midnight. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Moon. Helen Moon, Ted Seybert, Mr. and Mrs. James Schlee, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Tehel, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Kohnke and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Schlee and family, and Miss Nora Dunker, the latter being here from South Dakota as a guest in the Kohnke home. POSTVILLE'S TWO BANKS TO CLOSE FEBRUARY 22 Because Washington's birthday, Friday, February 22, is a legal holiday in Iowu, our. banks will be-closed that day. Please govern yourselves accordingly. CITIZENS STATE BANK. POSTVILLE STATE BANK. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our sincere thanks to our friends, neighbors and relatives for their words of sympathy, the many acts of kindness and help and for the floral offerings after the passing away of our beloved mother, Mrs. Maie Pixler.—-The Pixler Brothers and their families. THANK YOU. We wish to thank all those who assisted us and send cards, letters and gifts during our stay at the Postville hospital. Mrs. Orvin Thompson and David Dean. nuBffaiiBimaar mmsmmmmsmm i At the Elevator 1 THANK YOU. Give Victor Kuhses Farewell Party Wednesday. I wish to express my heartfelt appreciation for the cards, letters, flowers and gifts as well as the calls I received while I was a patient at Dc- corah Hospital. These were greatly appreciated. Mrs. Ed. Doerring, Luana. THANK YOU. 98c 25c x Local Lady to Graduate \ From Nurses' Training.' West Post Project Club Met With Mrs. F. Sebastian. The West Post Project Club met at the home uf Mrs. Frank Sebastian on Wednesday afternoon, Feb. 13. Eleven members and two visitors were present and answered roll call by reading their favorite valentine greeting. The following program was given: Song, "Onward Christian Soldiers," by group: Dramatic Speech, "Ma's Monday Morning." by Joan Haltmeyer; Poems on Lincoln and Washington, by Mrs John Kohrs; Song, "In The Gloaming." by group. A contest was conducted by Mrs, Frank Sebastian and was won by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian. The song, "Stars of The Summer Night." was sung as r birthday song for Mrs. John J Martins. At the close of the meeting the hostess served a lunch to the group. The visitors at the meeting were Mrs. Wm. Sebastian and Mrs. Herman Geick. The n«xt meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Lawrence Dresser on March 20. Miss Ida Mae Severn, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Frank Severn of Postville, will be a member of the graduation class if Finlcy Hospital school of nursing at Dubuque Friday evening of this week. Mr. iyi_d Mrs. Severn will attend the exercise's which will be conducted in the First Congregational church in Dubug,ue. ] Miss Severn spent three months at an Akron, Ohio, hospital for special training and only recently returned to Dubuque to complete her work. An other member of the class to graduate Friday is Evelyn M. Fuelling of Luana. Mr. and Mrs. Victor Kuhse, who last Saturday moved from the Helen Moon j farm near Castaiia to their new home south of Postville, were, tendered a genuine surprise farewell party last Wednesday evening when neighbors and friends came to their home with baskets of food for a midnight supper. Before the eats were spread, the group played cards. Those attending were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Koenig and Earl, Mr. and Mrs. William Kocnig, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin D. Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. S. A: Green, Mr. and Mrs. Chester Green and Marilyn, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Green and family, Peter and Archie Caldow, Rose, Joe and David Limkeman. May I take this method of expressing my sincere thanks to friends, relatives and neighbors for their calls, letters and cards while I was a patient in Postville hospital. I shall always remember your thoughtfulness. LeRoy Kruse. COMING SOON Carload of SOYBEAN MEAL • i ii • m i i I Hall Roberts' Son | 1 Postville, Iowa " ammmmtm Mr. and Mrs. Charles Brouillet entertained the. following at dinner at their home Monday: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Linderbaum of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brink of Garnavillo, and Mr. and Mrs. Douglas Gould of this city. The latter couple celebrated their 25th wedding anniversary on last Saturday. The Okihi Camp Fire Girls met at the home of Marilyn Severn last Thursday for a valentine party. After the regular meeting, an exchange of valentines was held and Mrs. Severn served a lunch to the group. The anniversary of the Camp Fire Girls will be observed at the local group's next meeting, at 7:30 Thursday evening. Mr. and Mrs. Frank Bruckner and family had as Sunday dinner guests at the farm home northwest of town Mr. and Mrs. J. P. Ellis and Lloyd, and the :itter's lady friend, Miss Betty Ziegler, of Monona. The Neighborhood Club were entertained Sunday evening in the home of | Mrs. Anna Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Luvcr.C. Schultz. After a season at | cards, a lunch was served to the guests. Entertain at Dinner For Returned Veteran. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Harris entertained at dinner Sunday at their home in honor of his brother, Leo, who was recently discharged from the Navy. In attendance as guests were Mr. and Mrs. Obert Harris, Milo, Lula, Don and Russell, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Hangartner and family, Juanita Lane Jeannine Harris, Alio Hilmer and Willard Thoma. 50c 25c Sunday Dinner Guests. Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur. Behrens, Mr. and Mrs Clarence C. Hoth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer A. Hoth and family, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Schutta and Durwood, Charles H. Hoth and daughter, Florence, Mrs. Anna Staadt and daughters, Pauline and Catherine, were at Luana Sunday evening where they were six o'clock dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Wm. H. Behrens nd daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Lester Martens observed their 21st wedding anniversary Sunday by having the following as their dinner guests: Lester Heins of La Crosse, Wis., Mr. and Mrs. Eli Eberling and family, Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heins and Norlene, and Mrs. Louis Heins. Mrs. Carl Wilke, former Postville resident, was honored on the occasion of her 82nd birthday anniversary a week ago Sunday at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kruse, east of Monona A picnic dinner was served at noon at which a number of local people were guests. Thirty friends and neighbors helped the Henry and Elliot Heusman families move to their new homes Monday and then were entertained at dinner in the Henry Heusman home, with the ladies serving the meal. Mr. and Mrs. Francis J. Jagerson and Junior of Decorah, Will Dundee and sons, Alfred and Albert, of Hardin were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. Harvey French and son, John. Mr. and Mrs. Fred Doane and daugh ter, Mary Jane, and Mr. and Mrs. Mil ton Anderson of Ossian were guests here Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George A. Schultz and' family Mr. and Mrs. Irwin Hamann and Mickey of Monona were dinner guest: Friday in the homo of Mr. and Mrs, William Kugel. FROZEN FISH! ' The Delicacy You've Waited For NOW IN STOCK • We have just received a fresh shipment of frozen fish: Northern Pike and Fillet of other species, all guaranteed to please our customers. Get them in any quantity now at Postville Locker Service MILO GERICKE, Prop. BOYS' SECTIONAL BASKETBALL TOURNAMENT Postville High Gymnasium FEB. 27, 28, MARCH I and 2 CLASS A TEAMS COMPETING: MONONA POSTVILLE WAUKON ST. PATRICK'S, Waukon CLASS B TEAMS COMPETING: LANSING FARMERSBURG LANSING I. C. LUANA HARPERS FERRY MARQUETTE McGREGOR GARNAVILLO WATERVILLE Choose Your Spring Wardrobe from our large assortment of the latest styles in Coats, Suits and Dresses which we personally selected in Chicago last week. DRESSES ... $8.40 to $25.98 COATS and SUITS . . . $13.98 to $45.98 Luhman & Huebner CLASS CLASS SCHEDULE OF GAMES: A GAMES- FRIDAY at 8:35 p. in.—Waukon vs. Monona. SATURDAY at 8:45 p. m.—Postville vs. St. Patrick's, Waukon. B GAMES- WEDNESDAY—7:00 p. m.: Lansing vs. Waterville; S:15 p. m.: Harpers Ferry vs. Garnavillo; 9:30 p. in.: Farmersburg vs. McGregor. THURSDAY—7:30 p. m.: Winner of Lansing-Waterville game vs. Marquette; 8:45 p. in.: Luana vs. Lansing I. C. FRIDAY—7:30 p. m.: Winners of the Harpers Ferry-Garnavillo game vs. Winners of the Farmersburg-McGregor game. SATURDAy—7:30 p. m.: Winners of Thursday night's games. Admission—Adults, 50c including tax Students, 35c including tax

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