Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 17, 1947 · Page 6
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December 17, 1947

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

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VAOE 8R. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA LUANA Christmas Party. Mr. and Mrs. Curtis Zieman, Sharon and Dianne. entertained their club at a Christmas party Sunday evening. Games and contests were played by the children and a lunch was served. The highlight of the evening was when Santa Clans appeared and distributed boxes of candy and nuts. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Harley Radloff and family, Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Milo Jacobia and Judy, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Radloff and Loren. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Kaiser and Bobby, Mr. and Mis. Lynn Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. William Luepker and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Baade and -Chet Bente. St. John's Lutheran Church Paul W. Adix, Pastor Sunday, December 21 9:30, Sunday School and Bible Class. 10:30, Church Service. 1:30 p. m., Children's Christmas program rehearsal. 7:15 p. m., Luther League caroling tour and Christmas party. Wednesday evening, Dec. 24—7:30, Sunday School Christmas service. Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Hinman at tended the rural route carriers meeting at Elkader Saturday eve ning. Mr. and Mrs. Richard Hall of Long Beach, Calif., were visitors Saturday in the Harley Gossman and W. C. Staley homes. Mr. and Mrs. Don McShane were Sunday visitors in the home of Mrs. McShane's parents, Mr. and Mrs Earl Nichols, at Waterville. Mrs. Clyde Hinman spent. Tuesday in the Everett Carnes home at Elkader while her daughter, Mrs. Carnes, went shopping at Dubuque. Fred Kamps, Mrs. Ed Store, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Kamps and Jim of Dubuque, Mrs. Elizabeth Eggert, Mr. and Mrs. Helmuth Meyer, Doris and Mary of Postville were Sunday evening supper guests in the Ben Krambeer home. Mr. and Mrs. Yvo Sheffert and family of near Castalia, Mr. and Mrs: Will Schroeder of Monona, Art Mueller of Postville and Mrs. Dora Ziegler were Thursday guests in the Henry Mueller home in hon or of the birthday anniversary of their daughter, Connie Lou. LUANA HI-SPY Mr. and Mrs. Weber Ziegler. Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Ellis. Hilma Ziegler and girl friend of Monona, and Mrs. Linda Radach spent Sunday evening with Mrs. Dora Ziegler. AMD **OT!CriOH" IN A SINGLE PERMANENT V UNIT 9W>— i Ju»tseconds from] to storm sash from:' Controls steaming hotting. Save up to 30% of fuel Patented all m Thermololc* frame I Year 'round dra£t-f rainproof ventilation. REE DEMONSTRATION!...Call KARL ERB Telephone 138-16 Monona, Iowa *T.M. REG, APF. FOR. A predutl of THE F. C 8U5SEU CO.. Cleveland, Ohio First and Second Grades. The first and second grade have been busy practicing on their Christmas program. Those who had 100 in spelling last week were Donnabelle Mueller, La Vonne Palas, Leighton Smith, James Snively and Donna Mae Walz. In language the second grade are studying about rhymes and descriptive words in poems. In phonics the second grade are learning about the. consonant combinations St and Br. Third and Fourth Grade. The children are enjoying the snow and ice this week. The third grade pupils are reading "Mothers Helper" and "John's Wish - ' in their Health books this week. The fourth grade pupils are studying proper posture and "Your Work, Your Play, and Your Rest?." The twins, Jeanine and Jerry Lenth, visited school Wednesday. Christinas Activities. The annual Christmas program to be presented by the grade children will be given to the public on Friday afternoon. December 19, in the high school assembly at 1:00 p. m. Each room will have their Christmas parties in their own room on Friday morning. The high school students will have their party on Thursday night after their basketball game with Garnavillo. Basketball. The Luana boys extended their basketball victories to five games be defeating Ossian 26 to 20 in a hard fought game. The girls won their first game out of three tries by whalloping the Ossian sextet 31 to 10. Seniors' Pictures. The senior class was excited Friday morning over the arrival of their graduation pictures. They make a nice looking class.' ' CASTALIA EVANGELICAL V. B. CHURCH Wayne Hargrave, Minister Sunday, Dec, 21—Sunday School at 10:00 a. m. Service for Worship at 11:00 a. m. Wednesday, Dec. 24—Program to be presented by the Sunday School. FATHER. At Maquoketa, news-photographer Keith Francois waited in the police station, to get a picture of the first parking violator when Maquoketa's new parking meters went into operation. The first person to come in with a "summons" was S. N. Francois, the photographer's father. MONSKYS STORE CASTALIA, IOWA Specials Now until Christmas CIGARETTES—All Brands—Carton $1.71 Chase & Sanborn Coffee, per pound 39c Cool Roasted Coffee, per pound 39c Atwood Coffee, 3 pounds for only $1.00 Griddle Mix and Dixianna Pancake Flour, 3 pound package for only 27c Dixianna and Curtis-Mix Pancake Flour, 1 pound, 4 ounce package for 10c Georgie Porgie, 1 pound, 10 ounce pkg. for—15c Chef, White Wheat Cereal, per package 17c Curtiss Peanut Butter, 1 pound jar 21c Light House Cleanser, 7 for 25c Babitt Cleanser, 6 for 25c Clinton Puddings, 6 packages for 25c Monarch and Van Camp Pork and Beans, 2 cans for only 39c Mother's Best Flour, 50 pound sack $4.25 Briardale Flour, 50 pound sack for $4.15 Louisiana Pure Cane Syrup, per gallon $2.13 Clinton Corn Starch, per package 10c Chocolate Caramels, per pound 39c English Walnuts and Mixed Nuts, lb 39c Fresh Roasted Peanuts, per pound 29c Libby's Fruit Cocktail per can__ 44c CHECK OUR EVERYDAY PRICES —AND COMPARE ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Sunday, Dec. 21—9:30 a. m„ Sun day School. 10:30 a. m., Morning Worship. -2:00 p. m., Final practice for Christmas Eve program. 7:45 p. m., Christmas communion serv ice. Student Russell Schilling will assist the pastor. Announcements may be made at the parsonage be tween two and five on Saturday, Dec. 20, and Sunday after service. Tuesday, December 23—6:00 p. m., Christmas carolers meet at church to go Christmas caroling. Christmas Eve, Dec. 24—7:30 p. m., Children's program, "The Name of Jesus." 11:15 p. m., Christmas, candlelight service with the message, "Christmas Makes Us Children of God." Christmas Eve Program. Dec. 24—7:30 P. M. "The Name of Jesus." The Prelude. Processional Carol—"Hark ! the Herald Angels Sing," Church school and congregation. Opening service by the church school. INTRODUCTORY SCENE. Leader: Marlus Engelhardt; Solo: Name of Jesus, Softly Stealing," by Louis Kamp; appearance of members of foreign countries: India, Marlys Meyer; Africa, Victor Szabo; China, Kay Brown; Eskimo- land, Charles Schultz; Mexico, Jo Anne Schutte; Holy land, Elwyn Stee. PART ONE, "The Name of Jesus." "God's Promises of long ago," Wayne Everman, Daryl Russett, Norma Schweinefus. Mary, Meyer, Eddie Schnuelle, Donald Gilster, Carol Schweinefus and Marilyn Szabo. "His Name," Dale Blumhagen. Mavis Larkin, Milton Meyer, Beverly Buddenberg, Donald Sons- tegard, Jerry Schweinefus. Song, "There Is No Name So Sweet on Earth," by church school. PART TWO "The Name of Jesus Given." Song. "While Shepherds Watched Their Flocks by Night," by classes TOM OWEN and his COWBOYS OF RADIO STATION WMT SAT., DEC. 20 Christmas Dance Bennett - Greten and their Orchestra Your Favorite Dance Band'. THUR.,DEC25 LAKESIDE Guttenberg, Iowa of Mrs. Wilbur Buddenberg and Merle Meyer. "Hear The Bells," Carmen Corlett; "The Angels Song," Lois Everman; "Christmas Bells," Eddie Engelhardt and Gary Kamp; "Bethlehem," Louis Gilster, Roger Engelhardt, Karen Schroeder, Lois Gipp, Kathleen Pixler, Kelly Mundt, Shelby Mundt, Ellen Marie Stee and Mary Stee; Song, "Away In a Manger, No Crib for His Bed," by the classes of Marlus Engelhardt and Mrs. Wayne Timmerman; Duet, "Why Do Bells for Christmas Ring?" Arlene Engelhardt and Louis Kamp; "The Name of Jesus," Mrs. Buddenberg and Merle Meyer's classes as speaking choirs; "To Bethlehem," Orma Ihde, Karen Kamp, Shirley Larkin; Song, "O Little Town of Bethlehem," church school; Duet, "O Jesus Sweet, O Jesus Mild," Arlene Engelhardt and Louis Kamp; "Come To My Heart," Gerald Blumhagen, Norman Ihde and Shirley Schweinefus; "Once in Royal David's City," Roma Schweinefus, Dianne Szabo, Linda Gipp, Linda Schultz, Gloria Schultz. Eleanor Lfnderbaum and Karen Stee; Song, "When He Cometh, When He Cometh," church choir. PART THREE "The Name of Jesus Shared." "God So Loved the World," Danny Schultz, Gloria Schweinefus and Rose Marie Monroe; "The Best Christmas Gift," Larry Meyer, Leon Szabo, Billy Buddenberg and Wayne Russett; Song, "All Hail the Power of Jesus' Name," church schdol; "The Name of Jesus." LaRue Meyer, Anita Gilster. Mary Ann Meyer, Lloyd Brandt, Jimmie Everman, Delores Schweinefus, Bonnie Buddenberg and Donald Mundt; Song, "Take the Name of Jesus with You," church choir; "Christmas Day—For Whom?" Jo Ann Engelhardt: Song, "We've a Story to Tell to the Nations," church school and church choir. Remarks by the pastor. Christmas Eve offering. Distribution of gifts. Closing Hymn, "Joy to the World, the Lord is Come!" congregation. Prayer, Lord's Prayer. Benediction. Postlude. Organists for this service are Elaine Everman and Florence Meyer. The Christmas candlelight service will be held at 11:15 o'clock p. m. Christmas Eve. A cordial welcome is extended to the public to worship with us at Christmas. FRANKVILLE Dance MATTER'S BALLROOM Decorah, Iowa SAT., DEC. 20 EARL HUNT and his OLD AND NEW TIME BAND NO DANCE DECEMBER 24th Your Car Is Worth MORE CASH HERE The Used Car Market is still most active and prices are such that you can get highest prices either in cash or as a trade-in on a better car. ON HAND RIGHT NOW 1947 Fleetmaster, new 1946 Fleetline Aero 1946 Chevrolet 4-Door Sedan 1942 Ford 1941 Ford Truck 1937 Studebaker Champion 1937 Chevrolet 4-Door, Radio & heater—Clean. 1937 Chevrolet — Rebuilt Motor 1937 Dodge 1935 Chevrolet Pickup 1938 Allis-Chalmers Tractor Two Model "A" Fords RADIOS GAROD RADIOS FOR SALE ! Willman Motor Telephones: Office, 293; Residence 90-J Lattermans Honored. One of the largest crowds ever assembled here greeted Mi', and Mrs. Leslie Lnttcrman at the wedding shower given for (hem at the Community church Friday evening. The program consisted of songs and music by Mrs. Thomas Crawford: instrument! numbers by Mrs. Cleone Crawford. Mndra Rolfc of Wuukon played two instrumental numbers. A rending, "Animal Crackers," was given by Miss Rolfe of Burr Oak. Five of (he bride's school pupils sang "Honey." A group of young people sang several selections. Jimmie and Robert Fatness gave "The Clown's Come to Town." "A Style Show," including Mr. and Mrs. Frank Elvart acting as Mammy and Daddy, were interesting as a negro family. The style show members sang "Too Fat Polka." Following the program a lunch was served in the church dining room, where a beautiful wedding cake adorned the center of the bridal table set for twelve. The cake was a gift from the school children. The bride has been a successful teacher in the Frankville public school for several years. 4-H Girls' Christmas Party. The Frankville 4-H girls met at the home of Shirley Krambeer Saturday at 1:30 p. m.. for their Christmas part)-. Mrs. Elmer Fadness, the leader, gave illustrations on how to make Christmas scenes from discarded cards. Mrs. Leonard Crawford assisted with this project. The 4-H pledge was given by the girls and roll call was answered by "I am glad I live in the United States—and why." A report. "Beauty in a Girl's Room," was given by Charlotte Bennett; a picture study was presented by Joan Bennett. The group then sang, "Hark, the Herald Angels Sing." and this was followed by the paper, "My Personal Yardstick Protection," read by Mrs. WPS In WARM AIR HEATING GREEN COLONIAL'S SUPER QUIET OIL BURNER Top quality, plus care in planning installations assures maximum COMFORT, ECONOMY, and CONVENIENCE. There is a COLONIAL Furnace for all size homes, and all types of fuel. TELEPHONE NO. 256 LOUIS L. HILL POSTVILLE, IOWA GREER COLOniAL FURflRCE SERVICE Leonard Crawford. "How to Make Lunches Count" was the paper rend by Lila Stegen. A lunch was served by the hostess and it was announced thut tho next meeting will be held in the home of Margaret and Lila Stegen on Saturday, Jan. 17, at 1:30 p. m, Frankville Community Church Wm. Nilcs, Student Pastor The young people will go Christmas caroling on Saturday evening. Sunday. Dec. 21—Sunday School at 10 a. in., and Morning Worship nt 11 a. ni. Sermon topic, "Christ vs. Santa Clatis." Mrs. Geo. Allen, who was taken WEDNESDAY, DECEMBER If J very ill while visiting in La returned home and is now [ ( cared for by her daughter, Henry Schweinefus. Harold Evert, son of Mr.'am Francis Evert, has enlisted three years with the United jJ Air Force, and will be sent to dolph Field, Texas, for his training. The Willing Workers wii at the church Thursday a ! ct -j December 18, for a Christmas» and' picnic lunch. A free jj] fering will be taken to send i, Home Finding Association at tumwa, Iown. Mrs. Mabel H,' will lead devotions and evcryt welcome. FINE FURS are a Precious Gift 3 mm Foi r ' 3 If the Fashion is new, ti Quality is excellent, tjl Price offers most for if' money, you're getting! line Fur investment- Come in! See these Bea tiful Coats at— NEILLY'S Coat and Suit Sto SATURDAY, December 20-SS Fl i i Convenient Terms MEN—Give Her a Fur Coat for Christmas. Ill- White will be here all clay Saturday at NeiM* Coat and Suit Store. Drop in and see these H|wa Fur values. MARSHALL & SWIFT FURS u What Will *2.40 Buy Todatffg " finis Not much by present day price values. IV* 1 ^, fire insurance rates are the same as they weit S before 1940. So, $2.40 will still buy $1,000 wort*** of insurance against fire, lightning, wind, haijf£ explosion, smoke and many other things for year. RAISE FIRE INSURANCE POLICIES TO PRESENT VALUES. PRESTON CARR, INSURANT Telephone 157 MONONA, IOUf For a happier travel on the Hiawatha fleet of THE MILWAUKEE HO AD Throughout the central west and northwest, ^'Pjk famous HIAWATHAS and other Milwaukee R° 8 "ffiy trains offer you swift, comfortable, economical traVir— 1 el. There's an atmosphere of cheerful hospitality The Milwaukee Road. You're carefree, with n»j worries about highway or weather hazards. AccoB>'tf| modations are available to suit your taste, awji round trip rail fares are low; a| Why not make this a memorable Christinas him getting together with your family and old friendi?! To make sure of getting the accommodations ytfj want, see your Milwaukee Road ticket agent NO* ! ! He can provide full travel information as well »>i tickets and reservations. A Gift Sm§§e»tlom Prepaid Tickets If you'd rather bring some absent one to you for the holidays, a pre. paid rail ticket via The Milwaukee Road makes a perfect gift. The ticket will be delivered wher. ever you say without extra cost. ThmJrUndly Rmllromd efth* frUndty Wmt

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