Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 27, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 27, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, MARCH 27, 1946. CARD OF THANKS. We wish to express our sincere thnriks to neighbors nnd friends for the mnny expressions of sympathy through kind deeds nnd words during our recent bcrouvement, - ibe pnsslrtR „n o( our beloved brother, Peter E. Oildciw. The singers. Masons nnd those who brought floral ofToriiiKs, us well »s those who assisted us at the, funeral do we also thank. The Caldow Family. SIUSIC STUDIO REOPENS. THt! POSTV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. Picnic Dinner and Supper Honors Pfc. Harold Mohs. Post-Franklin Study Club Met With Mrs. Krambeer. I will be at my studio in the Schutlc biiildii'K on Wednesday, March 3. Mis. Niirn Jorgcnson. The Northeastern Iowa Masonic Fellowship Association will hold its regular meeting in Elkadcr Friday evening, starting at eight o'clock. A feature will be the presentation of •Rose of the Altar" by the Dubuque team. Mr. and Mrs. Frnnk T«hcl and family have moved to Monona, into a hmise they purchased some time ago. Mr. and Mrs. Harley Hills and family have rented the Douglass house north of the hospital in which the Tehels have been living. The following people gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. SchulU and Floyd Sunday with baskets of food for a picnic dinner and supper in honor of Pfc. Harold Mohs who will leave soon for the Brigham (Utahi Hospital where he is to bo given a checkup before getting his discharge from the army: Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Mohs and Mrs. Laura Schmidt of Owatnnua, Minn,; Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Mohs of Ellendale. Minn.; Mrs. Leonard Froning and family of Readlyn; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and, sons. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and family. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and family, LcRoy Krusc and sons. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Block. Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schnucl- le and son, Mrs. Anna Mohs. Miss Emma Suckow and Pfc. and Mrs. Harold Mohs. The Post-Franklin Study Club held their March meeting with Mrs. Ben Krambeer in Luana, with roll call being answered by 11 members and four guests. The latter were Mrs. William Baltz. Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mrs. Harry Gordon and Mrs. George Sander. The program consisted of the following numbers: Song, "Dixieland," by the group; Sal/te to the Flag; Devotionals by Mrs. Harry Gordon; Mrs Harva Miller spoke on outstanding Methodist women; closing song, "Evening Prayer." A lunch was served by the hostess and her assistants, Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and Mrs. Cornelia Schlitter, after the meeting. The nexl meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Harry Davis. Grand Meadow Garden Club Meets With Mrs. H. Landt. The Grand Meadow township Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Harry Landt last Wednesday with 12 members answering roll call by naming "Best Breeds of Chickens." Program numbers included singing of "The Spanish Cavalier;" Scriptural reading by Mrs. Milo Jacobia; singing of the hymn, "My Task;" reading of the thought for the day by Mrs. Ray Jacnbia; congratulatory wishes were extended to Mrs. R. E. McNally on the occasion of her birthday anniversary, and to Mrs. Ed Dporring for her wedding anniversary. Mrs. Milton Monlux gave an outline of the county tuberculosis meeting held at Elkadcr which she attended. An article on infant care was read by Mrs. Myron Anderson. Closing song was "Taps." Guests present were Mrs. Don Hansel and Miss Doerring. The April meeting will be held at the home, of Mrs. Ray Jacobia, with Mrs. Myron Anderson as assisting hostess. Mrs. Margaret Kluss, Mrs. William Brockmeycr, Miss Anna Thoma and Miss Lenora Ruckdaschel gave Miss Flora Gass a surprise party on Thursday evening, the occasion being Miss Gass' birthday anniversary. The ladies took baskets of food with them and served a supper after the evening had been spent sociably. line Eastern Stars will observe their anniversary party next Monday evening, starting with a picnic supper at seven o'clock sharp. A program and entertainment features will follow. Each member is entitled to bring one guest and is also asked to bring food and dishes. IIAEFNER ADVISES VETS ON ENTERING BUSINESS The most notiecd thing in any room—background to your furnishings, the walls of your house should be as beautiful as our wall papers can make them! DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" Postville Monday Club Holds Annual Meeting. Mrs. Elmer F. Wcihe was elected president of the Postville Monday Club at its meeting held Monday afternoon at the home of Mrs. Myrtle Aitchison. Others chosen were Mrs. H. M. Hc-cker. vice president: Mrs. Hermit .lames, secretary-treasurer. A towel shower for the local hospital was held and the following program numbers were carried out: Paper on American Advertising, by Mrs. George Tjaden. and an Advertising Contest was conducted by Mrs. Arbe Behrens. A potluck picnic supper was served at the conclusion of the meeting. Entertain at Dinner For One-Year-Old Son. Announce Marriage. Mr. and Mrs. Henry A. Lange are in receipt of an announcement of the marriage of John Harold Welseh. son of Mr. and Mrs J. E. tPolei Welseh of | Albert Lea, Minn., to Miss Georgia ' Ann Rygh. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. CI. -I. Rygh. also of Albert Lea. The wedding ceremony was performed at the Little Brown Church near Nashua on Saturdav. March \ti. Mr. and Mrs. Verni Brandt of Clermont entertained guests Sunday afternoon in honor of the first birthday anniversary of their son, Verni James, Jr., which occurred yesterday. A large decorated cake formed the centerpiece at the table. Attending the party were Gilbert Hanson. Dale Hanson, Mr. nnd Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carol Lee, Petty Officer and Mrs. Leo Ostlie and Mavis. Mrs. Irene Ostlie, John Brandt, Mr. and Mrs. E. H. Brandt and son, Ernie, and Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Brandt and family. The Birthday Club assembled at the home of Mrs. A. C. Webster Monday evening to help that lady observe her birthday anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Sebastian and daughter. Katherine, were here from West Union over the week end to visit relatives and friends. On Sunday they were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Elbe ChristofTer- son and Ileta. Miss Hilda Paulsen is a new clerk since Monday in the Mrs. L. O. Koevenig variety store. And not to be out- clone by his better half. Louis Koevenig also has a new clerk in his end of the business, in the person of Vance Stover, who with his family recently returned here from New Hampton. The following item concerning a former Postville resident appeared in the Dayton, O., Daily News last week: Earl W. Haefner, manager of the parts and service department of Chrysler Corp., Airtemp division. Dayton, is the author of "Opportunity for Service Profits in the Heating. Cooling and Refrigeration Fields,','—a section of a new book. "The Veterans' Best Opportunities." recently published by Duell. Sloan and Pearce. The book is a guide to war veterans who aspire to own and conduct small businesses. In describing the opportunity for service profits in the heating, cooling and refrigeration fields, Haefner points out the new trend to combine the servicing functions of these fields so as to diminish season fluctuations and promote a year-round business. He lists and discusses the requisites for success in a service business. Haefner advises veterans who are qualified by experience in these fields to weigh all factors carefully in making their decision to start a service business. For those ex-service men without previous experience but whose ultimate goal is a service business of their own. he outlines a course of study and work. Early and Late SEED POTATOES now on hand —some certified ; We also now have ; I a full stock of ! ? Garden & Flower Seeds • and Onion Sets The Misses Mae and Rose McNeil entertained at dinner Sunday in honor of the birthday anniversary of their brother. Ed. McNeil. The guests included Mr. and Mrs. Elmer DuCharme and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Gernert of Eastman. Wis.. Mr. and Mrs. Dan McNeil uf Waukoti. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Finley and Patrick of Volga City. Mr. and Mrs. Ed McNeil and Marjorie and Jack, Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNeil and family, and Mrs. Nora McNeil. Camp Fire News. The Okihi Camp Fire. Girls met in the science room at the school house last Thursday afternoon where a short business meeting was followed by plans being perfected for a hike the group will make next Thursday, weather permitting. They will meet in front of the school house to start on the hike. The Women's Missionary Federation of I he Deeorah Circuit will hold its spring convention Tuesday, April 23, at the First Lutheran church in Cresco, Rev. A. W. Sorenson, pastor. Speakers will be Miss Clara Paulson, dean of women of Luther College, and Mrs. Byron Nelson, an officer of>the General W. M. F.. and the sermon will be by the Rev. C. T. Paulson of Calmar. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Worrell and family of Wilton Junction were guests over the week end of local friends, and on Sunday were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack Peterson and family. i Farmers Store I i Honeymead ! ! FEEDS ! Available now in limited amounts: Honeymead Meel • for Pigs ; Hibrid Supplement I for Fattening Hogs : Superior Cattle Feed I Chick Starter and Gro- I Lay Concentrate • for Growing Chicks • and Laying Hens • A Balanced Ration , Mukes IVlore Profits Postville Feed Mill j L. R, Jfaoluon Phone Ml Setting the- mood for your new Easter suit are these pert little blouses. In white and poetic pastels. $1.98 to $5.98 Luhman & Huebner We have a complete line of Seed Potatoes, Onion Sets, Garden and Flower Se^ds for the gardner. =23 IF YOU'VE WAITED UNTIL NOW- iturday, March 30 BECAUSE NOW is your final opportunity to buy a RHOMBERG fur coat at marked price SAVINGS! Here is a PARTIAL Listing Sable blend Head Muskrat . Beaver dyed Mouton Lamb Lustrous black dyed Skunk Natural spotted Lynx Cat . Mink blend back Muskrat . Sable blend back Muskrat. • • • . $99 $12? $149 $179 $249 $295 PLUS FEDERAL TAX A Rhomberg furrier will be here to show these furs and to assist you in selecting. 3 WAYS • FOR CASH TO • ON CHARGE ACCOUNT BUY • ON BUDGET PAYMENTS Luhman & Huebner POSTVILLE, IOWA

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