Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 31, 1947 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 31, 1947
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AV, DECEMBER 31, 1947 X THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. # If'^ttrt. Theresa Catherine Kelly, ' jUjfhwi&'bf Mr. and Mrs. Thomas _ |Ktl]jr, Of Providence, Rhode Island, Uld^oith .C. Brandt, RM 2/C. son at'Mr. aticl Mrs. Louis Brandt, of po«tyllle f ,|^cre married in the St. Mlchqel't patholic church rectory III ^Providence Wednesday, Decem- PyrjpV'^t two o'clock in the after-. 1 ibttj& i 90» Rev;-Henf jT-Pr Shelly ySStmuSi the ceremony. ThtMMHIple came here Friday for l vftlt lh the Brandt home, and on UwMta &.'-Mr. Brandt left for 'San y OPrancllCO, ;Calif., to rejoin his ship, the IT 'S S. General Mann, a trans- 30rt >i .Which is soon to leave the wwt CMifc He has been in the UVJT line* December, 1943, and ex- Jecti to b©' discharged in May. "'JoBp'jyb|a graduate of Postville Sigh Sftjsl with the class of 1942. tC. 4J| wife has been employed as a itanofopher in her home city, to jrhlch khe will return after her Clara Limkemann Weds Donald Kohrs on Dec. 22. (gjp"\ Limkemann, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William Limkemann of Ossian, and Donald Kohrs, son N)f Mr. and Mrs. John Kohrs of Postville, were married Monday, December 22, in St. Paul's Lutheran Hchurch, the Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig .Officiating at the double ring ;efvicej •-©ETiTa Spory of Sutter, 111., :ousin, attended the bride as maid )f, honor, and Charles Schnra of kustin, Minn., bridegroom's cousin, /served as best man. Rose Limkemann . of Ossian, bride's sister, and Helen Spory, Sutter, 111., her cousin, were the bridesmaids. Robert Harris of Postville, friend, and Joseph Limkemann of Ossian, her brother, were ushers. The bride attended the schools in Sutter, 111., and the past few months had been employed in Postville. The couple will be at home in Castalia, following a honeymoon trip. Mr. Kohrs is employed in Postville. IN J Postville Monday Club Holds Christmas Tea. The JWstyille Monday Club he!n i CSwisttnlttjs tea at the home of Mrs UICO, WHer December 22, when iMgDHfepinder consideration was (The /•Jfipiders," and concerned [rorkeiMdi the ftpld of religion. Mw lllmer Weihe read, Mrs. Rulph Hl||bner's paper on George „ Cftipenjer and his work in the salvation Army; Mrs. J. T. Humphey pmeftted a paper on Father •iMp Boys Town, Nebr.; Mrs, SRpberts read a paper on fi|m-son Fosdick. A Christ^K^vas read by Mrs. Wil- l^nte, and two vocal solos ||§§*ented by Mrs. Alvin Jjccompanied at the piano rMM^Pilliam Shope. JNQMHB a brief business meet- NKJBi®|ftis served to bring the •|Ntoj#|to ; a close. THlffl^xt meeting will be held f injlglrjp2, at the home of Mrs. Ro- krt H ,^H[ecker, club president. TbV American Legion Auxiliary hn AjAh«r F. Brandt Post, No. 518, fwednesday afternoon, Dell/ at 2:30 o'clock at the '•at Mrs. Robert Martindale, tyk%bt Fred J. Miller as assisting Ajpies Mott of Calmar is a guest in the Mr. and Mrs. •SftAlncke home. Club' of the Hour Meets at Evans Home. Club of the Hour met Monday evening, December 22, at the home of Mrs. R. L. Evans, with thirteen members present. Roll call was answered with "Favorite Biblical Character." The following program was given: Negro Spirituals, Catherine Slaadt; Singing of Negro Spirituals! Mrs. Victor Walter; Piano Solo, Karan, Evans; A Christmas Story, Mrs. Willard Schutte. The business meeting was followed with refreshments and the meeting was adjourned. The next meeting of the club will be held on January 12 at the home of Mrs. Mack Peterson. Announce Engagement At Birthday Party. Miss Hilda Paulsen observed her birthday anniversary Monday when the following people came to the home of her parents, Mr. and Mrs. Ernest Paulsen for a 6:30 o'clock dinner: Mr. and Mrs. Herold Paulsen, Mrs. George Welzel, Mr. and Mrs. Henry J. Paulsen and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Pape and family, Harvey Paulsen and Gene Horstman. All of these people excepting Mrs. George Welzel were also dinner guests at 6:30 Christmas night. Under the lights of the Christmas tree Miss Hilda announced her engagement to Gene Horstman to the assembled family. Hlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllilllllllllllllllllllllllllll^ unattended cigarette will 3 ^£"soon lose its glow . . . but our "/^radiant hopes for a joyous 1948 f , ~^;'to all our friends . . . will burn #" perpetually throughout the New llYear. 0 V. & J. CAFE Vern and Jean "Food With That Home Cooked Taste" IIIIIIIII1IIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIII1IIB Naomi P. N. G. Club Has Christmas Party. The Naomi Past Noble Grands Club closed a successful year's work December 18 with a meeting at the home of Mrs. A. C. Webster. A dinner was held in conjunction with the annual Christmas party which was attended by 22 members. The club has as its members 22 Past Noble Grands of Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48. During the past year the group made four quilts, and these together with other articles turned out by the members, as well as cash, were sent to Odd Fellows Home and its Christmas fund. Each year the club sent articles to the Home, such as napkins, sheets, towels, crocheted rugs and pillow cases and other items. They have also given cash donations to the Postville Hospital, and this year they had a kitchen shower for the hospital and also bought for it a cast iron skillet. Retiring officers are Mrs, H. H. Stone, president; Mrs. Arno Schutte, vice president; Mrs. John O. Casten, secretary, and Mrs. A. C. Webster, treasurer. The new officers elected for 1948 are Mrs. Elmer Schultz, president; Mrs. Ed F. Schroeder, vice president; Mrs. Elmer Meyer, secretary, and Mrs. H. F. Eberling, treasurer. At the Christmas party bingo was played during the evening and contests were held with prizes going to the winners. Perfect attendance prizes were awarded to Mrs. Elmer Schultz, Mrs. Walter Meyer and Mrs. Gus Miller. Reunions and Dinners During Christmas Week. Dinner guests on Christmas day in' the Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lawson home included Mrs. H. C. Brown of St.. Paul, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Elwood Lawson and family of Caledonia, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. John Dundee and family of Rossville, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Lawson and family of McGregor, Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Bulman and Mr. and Mrs. Ed Hawkins of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Harry Davis had as their Christmas dinner guests Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Mounce and Douglas of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. William Everman and Pauline and Harold, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Everman, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Lawson, Sheldon Hall and Dick and Stella Sams. Christmas dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner and daughter, Kathryn, were Mr. and Mrs. Carl A. Huebner and Marilyn of Garnavillo, William Miller of Elgin, Mr. and Mrs. Rudolph Huebner and daughter, Margaret, who is home from Northwestern University, Evanston, 111., Mr. and Mrs. "Fred J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Robert Martindale, Mr. 1 and Mrs. Ernest Overland and family. Mr. and Mrs. William F. Baltz had as their Christmas dinner guests their children and their families. Guests for dinner at the Mr. and Mrs. Henry V. Steele home were Mrs. W. J. Clark and James W. Steele. Coming to the Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, Jr.,-family home for dinner Christmas day were Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Morris and daughter of Maywood, 111., Mr. and Mrs. John Falb, Sr., of Elgin and Mrs. Richard Otley of Fayette. . . At the Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Meyer family home dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Meyer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Peter Meland and Mrs. David Meyer. Guests for dinner Christmas day in the Mrs. J. M. Thoma and Mr. and Mrs. Don Folsom home were Mr. and Mrs. John O. Casten, Mr. and Mrs. L. E. Palmer and Bill, and Marjorie Malone, the latter being here from Chicago, 111., to spend the holidays. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Lammert held their family Christmas dinner a week ago Sunday. Those present were Mr. andJVIrs. Dennis Lammert of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert and children, Patti and Terry. The Dennis Lammerts left Tuesday for Elberfeld, Indiana, to spend Christmas with her parents, -Mr. and Mrs. Albert Kohlmeyer. Mr. and Mrs'. Ed J. Oldag entertained at dinner Christmas day when the following were their guests: Mr. and Mrs. Laurence Knudtson and Kathryn, and Mrs. Emma Knudtson of Elgin, Dr. and Mrs. Robert F. Schneider and Allen, and Miss Virginia Oldag. Mr. and Mrs. Walter Foels and family of Decorah, Mr. and Mrs. Leo Foels and Robert Frederick were Christmas dinner guests in the Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Foels home at Waukon. At the Mr. and Mrs. J. A. Schroeder home dinner guests were Mr. and Mrs. Warren Jollymore and son, Jack, of "Madison, Wis., and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder and family. The Misses Dorothy and Arlene Mueller, now employed in Dubuque, with several friends from Manchester, were Christmas dinner guests in the ( home of their parents. Mr. and Mrs. Arno F. Mueller, north of Gunder. Dinner guests Christmas day in the Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner and Dale and Ruth Turner home included the Ed Wirkler family of Monona, Mr. and Mrs. Ewald Brandt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold B. Turner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Kenneth J. Kerr and family. Guests later in the week were Ed Poesch and son, Leslie. Out at the Simon Schnuelle farm home Christmas was. observed on the 2Gth with a picnic dinner brought by the following: Mrs. Clara Kamps, Mr. and Mrs. Lewis Ihde and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fritz Schnuelle and family and Miss Lydia Schnuelle of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Herrmann of St. Olaf, Arno Hilmer of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Wolfs and Diane of Postville, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Ihde and family of Ossian, Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Schnuelle and family of Harpers Ferry, Mr. and Mrs. Willie Schnuelle and family of Postville. The afternoon was spent playing cards and visiting. Dinner guests Christmas day in the home of Miss Anna H. Leui were Mr. and Mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and Marion, and Mrs. Boies Capper. Mr. and Mrs. T. F. Shipton of Chester and Mrs. J. A. Koevenig were Christmas guests in the Mr. and Mrs. L. O. Koevenig home. Mr. and Mrs. Everett Usher returned to their home in Iowa City Sunday after spending Christmas week here with the latter's parents, Mr. and Mrs. Al Winter. Mrs. Cora Krambeer and Evelyn had as their guests Sunday at a belated Christmas dinner Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. , Lawrence Boll man, Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Koopman, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and their families, and Miss Louise Walter of Farmersburg. Christmas dinner guests in the Mrs. Fred Miene home in this city Friday evening included Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winter and daughter, Dorothy, and Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winter of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miene of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Everman and family of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reinking and Nancy of Sumner; Mr. and Mrs. Donald Null of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene and family, and Mr. and Mrs. Paul Miene and Christine of Postville. Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Wilke had as their dinner guests relatives from this community and Mr. and Mrs. C. F. Smith and Billy of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Virgil Heins and family and Mr. and Mrs. Clyde Fordyce were Christmas dinner guests in the home of the ladies' parents, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Voelz. in tck les ine ive er HOLD 5 CA5H MARKETi P Q S T V I L I fc THANK YOU... In turning over the ownership of the Commercial Hotel to Messrs. Cooke and Luhman on January 1, I wish to express my appreciation to everyone who patronized me during the 22 years I owned the business. I wish to also bespeak for the new owners a continuance of your good will and believe they will carry on so that Postville may be assured of an up to date hotel in the..future. Appreciatively, Charles F. Reincke Jarmes' Jumbos Extend to one and all of its customers and friends best wishes for a HAPPY NEW YEAR and at the same, time express their thanks for generous patronage during the year just ending. Glenn "Jason jumbo" Jarmes "Where You Buy For Less Every Day" iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii Basketball Postville High School Gymnasium Friday, January 2 Opening Tipoff at 7:30 P. M. FIRST AND SECOND TEAMS New Hampton-Postville SUPPORT THE FIGHTING PIRATES! Upon the eve of assuming ownership and operation of THE COMMERCIAL HOTEL Postville we desire to take this opportunity to wish each and every resident of this friendly community, both local and rural, one of the happiest, most prosperous and successful New Years that you have ever known. GEORGE E. COOKE HUBERT C. LUHMAN IMPORTANT NOTICE TO CREAMERY PATRONS: TO OUR PATRONS:— We believe you are interested in some timely facts concerning the the operation of our creamery. We want you to know the facts. FACT NO. 1—Our creamery must meet the laws, regulations, and sanitary standards of the Dairy Division, Dept. of Agriculture of Iowa. Inspectors visit our creamery regularly. In addition to the many and various checks made of our plant and its products, the inspectors hold the cream graders responsible for rejecting and coloring illegal cream. FACT NO. 2—Since our creamery sells much of its butter and other dairy products to markets outside Iowa, we must comply with the laws, regulations and standards of the Federal Food and Drug Administration. Our creamery is subject to their inspection at any time. Samples of our butter and other dairy products may be picked while in transit, in storage or at the markets by the federal inspectors. These samples are carefully analyzed. If the samples do not meet the Federal Standards the entire shipment may be seized and the creamery prosecuted. FACT NO. 3—Iowa ranks first in the manufacture of butter. Approximately 80% of our butter is exported to other states. We must make butter that will satisfy the United States Government Regulation. FACT NO. 4—Dairying is an important industry in Iowa. In addition to its steady cash return to the producer, dairy cows are necessary for good land use practices for our farms. Recent government forecasts gives "Dairying the best rating for a long term outlook." FACT NO. 5—To operate our creamery . successfully requires complete cooperation and understanding between our patrons, our haulers, and our creamery workers, of the responsibility each has in the production of dairy products that will meet state and federal standards. WHY THIS COMMUNICATION?—More rigid enforcement of the State and Federal regulations together with the market demands for higher quality dairy products has emphasized the big need for a united dairy improvement program. In Iowa many "Quality Improvement Associations" have been established with full time field men employed. The situation is creating a problem for the Iowa Creameries. We will appreciate having you call and talk over the changes that are taking place and some of the specific problems we have to meet. Very truly yours, THE FARMERS COOPERATIVE CREAMERY CO. of Postville, Iowa.

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