Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 24, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 24, 1946
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 24, 1946. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. Entertain at Dinner Honoring Mrs. Campbell. Mrs. Albert Bcrtelson mid Mrs. L. A. H;iiwiicl entertained the Indies of the J'ostvillo sewing club nt n 7 o'clock dinner Tuesday evening in honor of Mis. Gwendolyn Campbell, who is loiivint! Thursduy for Phoenix. Arizona, where she will make her home. The dinner was held at Mrs. Hammel's home. Miss Sarah Stinson 'S Weds Horace Gordanier. Easter Dinner Parties In Many Local Homes. Mr. and Mrs. Muck Peterson went to El(!in Sunday. 1 At the Elevator • • At six-thirty o'clock Thursday eve- nmg. April 10, In the chapel of St. Paul's Lutheran church. Miss Sarah Stinson of Ueenrah...became the bride of Horace Oordanicr. / Attending the coiitilc were Mr. and Mrs. Krvin Hurnes of Cresco. sister and brother-in-law of the bride. While Mrs. I.udwiH played or^an music, the Hcv. Frederick H. I.udwii; conducted the single rin« ceremony. The bride wore a brown and white witm-slecve suit willi brown accessories and a corsage of three gardenias. Her gold necklace was » gift of the bridegroom. Iler attendant wore an aqua suit with black accessories and a corsage of jonquils and carnations. Those attending the ceremony were Mrs. M. K. Skogsmark and daughters. |g, Helen and Inez, of Uecorah and Opal. taJMurlis. Violet and Howard Gordanier "(of Postville. A seven-thirty dinner was served at the Gordanier home. Mr. and Mrs. Gordanier left on a wedding trip to Nebraska and Colorado. Surprise Supper Given For Victor Ruckdaschel. J WE HAVE ON I HAND I FEEDING OATS i and • SOY BEAN MEAL : Hall Roberts' Son • Postville, Iowa DESTROYS ML " f MOTH LIFE Mothproofs all fabric f and fun u //M ONE thorough application CENOL P PTP; Hiiif (CINOLIN 1 UtE At MOTH DEfTROVER IN CLOSETS, HOOMf EfC. MOTHPROOFf ALL FABRIC* ANO HIM ONE PRODUCT-AIL PURPOMf for Sot* DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" Welfare Society To Meet At Strawberry Point Monday. The Lutheran Welfare Society of Decorah will hold a rally at Emanuel Lutheran Church, S. .1. Meyer, pastor. Strawberry Point. Monday evening. April 29. at 8:00 o'clock. The speaker of the evening is Miss Ksthcr Immer of the child welfare division of the Iowa State Department of Welfare. Miss Immer will speak on the subject. "Legislation Effecting the Welfare of Children" In her official capacity. Miss Immer checks up on the final adoption papers of all children in the state after the adoptions have been approved by the judges and is probably the state's outstanding authority on the extent to which bootlegging of babies goes on in Iowa. In addition. Miss Immer furnishes the technical information to those who draft new legislation in the Held of child welfare, whether that information deals with adoptions, dependent children or financial support. This is an opportunity for those interested in child welfare to find out what really goes on underneath the surface in Iowa child welfare. West Post Project Club Meets With Mrs. Haltmeyer. Wmts WALDO* MOBIL SUPER-SERVICE Meals are important • . . but so is a Rood GREASE JOB on your family car. Change Now ! ! to MOBILGAS and MOBILOIL The West Post Project Club met at the home of .Mrs Krvin Haltmeyer on Wednesday afternoon of last week with Ki members and two visitors present, the latter being Mrs. Clarence Wahls and Mrs. Lareldo Wahls. who joined the club as members that day. Membership now numbers 17. Roll call was answered by asking riddles. "Rock of Ages" was sung, and Mrs. Leonard Oldag and Mrs. Haltmeyer gave the reading, "Walking on Eggs." Mrs. Ray Schara had charge of the program, which had the following numbers: Song. "The Old Rugged Cross;" reading. "Spring Wakes the Earth," by Mrs. Ray Schara; contest by Mrs. Ray Schara, won by Mrs. Lareldo Wahls; "In The Garden" was sung for the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Leonard Oldag and Mrs. Ben Lange; a contest conducted by Mrs. Haltmeyer was won by Mrs. Harlan Sebastian and Mrs. Alvin Kahle. After the meeting adjourned, the hostess served a lunch to the group. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Harlan Sebastian May 15 The first peacetime Easter Sunday in many yenrs prompted the holding of numerous family dinner parties in this community, and among those coming to our attention were the following: At the Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer home in this city the following were entertained: Mr. and Mrs. Leon T. Birclsell and daughter, Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schultz and daughter, Sandra, Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds and son. Gary Lee. Mr. and Mrs. Carl G. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Krambeer and son, Lee Allen, and Miss Elsie Kaiser, all of Monona. Mr. and Mrs. Carletoh Schroeder entertained the following guests at dinner Saturday evening: Mrs. Alice Miller. Mrs. Myrtle Aitcheson and daughter, Mema. Mr. and Mrs. W. H. Burling and son. Robert H.. all of Postville, and Ellen Miller and Jessie Hlatt of Highland Park, 111. The following persons were dinner guests Sunday of Mrs. Amanda Phillips: Mr. and Mrs. Harold Phillips of Dixon. 111., Mrs. W. C. Baylor of Glen Ellyn, 111.. Mrs. Winifred Sullivan of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. W. C. Falb of Elgin. Mr. and Mrs. Wilson Lange and family of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Gaddis Brooks were Sunday dinner guests at the Laurence Hofer home. Mrs. Louise Meyer and family entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Charles H. Ohloff and family of Castalia and Jennie Wood and Dewey Ohloff of Oconomowoc, Wis. Mr. and Mrs. John C. Kohrs and son. Donald, were dinner guests Sunday in the Delbert Kohrs home. Sunday evening guests In the J. C. Kohrs home were Mr. and Mrs. Silas Kohrs of Prosper. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara, Mr. and Mrs. Delbert Kohrs and family and Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara. Dinner gtiests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ray Schara and Sharon Rae on Easter Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Will Schwcinefus and Wayne of Ossian; Miss LaVonne Schwcinefus of West Union; Miss Donna Schwcinefus of Minneapolis, Minn.; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Schara and Ronald Lee. Afternoon guests included Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Stee and Ellen Marie of Castalia. The following persons were dinner guests Sunday at the Victor Ruckdaschel home: Mr. and Mrs. Joseph Ihde and family. Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Hide and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Art Linderbaum and family, all of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ihde and family, Castalia; Fred Oestman and Rosina, Ora and Willard, Clermont; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Ihde and family, Decorah. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Looney and family had as their Easter dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Gilbert Meyer and Margie, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Koether, Mr. and Mrs. Wm. Meyer, all of Giard; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Klein of McGregor; Mrs. Agnes Henkes of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Farley Henkes of Farmersburg; Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose Looney and Jane Ann, and Mr. and Mrs. Tom Looney of Postville. A picnic dinner was held Easier Sunday in the home of Miss Anna H. Leui. The following were present: Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb and Mrs. Ray Gallagher of Parker, So. Dak.; Mrs. Ben Buren and Elizabeth Ann of Leland; Mr. and Mrs. Howard Leui of Sterling, 111.; Mr." and Mrs. Paul L. Sonnkalb and Marian, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Gass and Ramona, and Dr. C. M. Morgan. The oldfashion- ed custom of rolling eggs was the afternoon's diversion. A group of friends held n surprise supper Sunday evening nt the home of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel in honor of Mr. Ruckduschel's recent birthday. Those who attended the dinner were: Merrill Dean Ruckdaschel and Julaine and Carol. Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruckdaschel. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Christofferson and son. Jimmy, Mr. and Mrs. Albert G. Foels and son. LcRoy, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan W. Foels and son. Harlan Dean. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Foels, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paulsen and daughter. Hilda. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Paulsen and daughters. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lubke. Mr. and Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and sons, and Miss Emma Suckow. all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Louis Ihde and family Castalia; Fred Oestman and Rosina, Ora and Willard, Clermont: Mrs. Mahala Meyer and son, Orville, Delbert Timmcrman. Miss Ruby Miene. Mr and Mrs. Leslie Schlittcr, all of Luana; Miss Chrystal Koenig, Cedar Rapids. Clermont Clever Clovers Meet With Kerr Sisters. Post-Franklin Study Club Meets With Mrs. H. Davis. The Post-Franklin Study Club met it the home of Mrs. Harry Davis last Wednesday. Guests were Mrs. Wm. Everrnan, Mrs. John Davis. Mrs. Ambrose Looney, Mrs. Ira Smith and Mrs. James Schlee. Roll call was answered by 19 members with "What in your opinion is the most Important thing science has done for humanity?" "My Old Kentucky Home" was sung by the group and the salute to the Flag was given. Devotionals wore read by Mrs. Harva O. Miller; a paper on "Outstanding Catholic Women" was read by Mrs. Tom Looney; "Easter Thoughts" were given by Mrs. Walter Sander: thought for the day by Mrs. Milo Gericke; songs by Donna Looney and Margie Sander; recitations by Julie Looney and Yvonne Sander; a vote of appreciation was extended to Miss Margaret Stockton, teacher of the South Grove school. The closing song was "There's Music in the Air." Mrs. Eaton Waters, retiring president of the club, was presented with a gift from the club in appreciation of her work during the past two years. Mrs. Davis served a lunch, assisted by Mrs. Vernas Meyer and Mrs. Tom Looney. The next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Arno Engelhardt. Mr. and Mrs. II. J. Meyer and family and Mrs. Henry Eggerl were Sunday dinner guests of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambcer in Luana. Mrs. Mary Robinson and daughter and Mr. and Mrs. William Hoover and son of West Union and Mr. and Mrs. George Bursell were Sunday guests of Mr. and Mrs. James Bursell. Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and daughter. Carol Lee. spent Sunday in Clermont visiting Mr. and Mrs. Verni Brandt and Gilbert Hanson. A large part of the afternoon was spent in making book covers when the Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H Club met Saturday at the home of Dorothy, Marjorie and Geraldine Kerr. The 4-H songs for this year, "John Peel" and "Tiratomba," were practiced until all of the girls had arrived. The meeting was called to order by the president. Marjorie Kerr, and opened by reciting the 4-H pledge. Roll call, "How much I have in my account book," was answered by nine members. Miss Vaupcl came for the program which consisted of a talk on "Picture Hanging" by Norma Brandt; a talk. "Desk Accessories Add Interest and Convenience." by Marjorie Kerr. Miss Vaupel showed dresser scarfs, dressing table skirts, curtains, bedspreads and pillow covers. Many of them had been made from feed sacks. She also showed blotter pads and book covers that were made from cardboard covered with cloth or book linen. These tilings are all things that can be made in the project this year. The hostesses served lunch early, since one of the members had to leave early. The rest of the afternoon was spent in making book covers for the pictures being studied this year. We're In St. Louis Buying Goods WE HOPE TO BE ABLE TO SECURE AT LEAST A FEW OF THE ITEMS THAT YOU HAVE BEEN PATIENTLY WAITING FOR. THE QUALITY OF THE MERCHANDISE WILL BE THE VERY BEST OBTAINABLE. THE PRICE — A LITTLE HIGHER. Luhman & Huebner Free Storage Pick-up! 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