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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - December 11, 1940, Postville, Iowa
A december 11, 1010. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Page five. App met Icher is honoured Surprise parties. Relatives and friends ithe Home of or. And mrs. Person on last thursday help Otto Fischer celebrate anniversary. be played during the Ever i Midnight a picnic supper a from the baskets brought ests who included or. And Stein Ltd and family of gut Pina Harnack of. Monona. Irs. Joe Duwe and family irs. Roy Duwe and family fes. Harvey Engelhardt of Jeand mrs. Walter Plaht and Rej and mrs. Lloyd Schroeder a or. And mrs. Fred Oest Jamily or. And mrs. Ray a family we. Oestman Otto 1 Leo Sutter. Say the children of or. Al their families gathered at see Fischer Home in Gutten Jfe a Farewell party for him. Air accompanied by w. E. left monday for Lorida to spend the Winter. Jenner was. Served at noon to fing Orand mrs. Burnell hand Donald of Postville or. Harold Fischer of Elgin and irs. Clarence Fischer and or or. And mrs. George g. Sebastian entertained a group of relatives at their Home on thursday evening in Honor i or. And mrs. Chas. Anderson of Waukon newly weds. The evening was spent at playing court whist and prizes wore awarded to mrs. Harlan Sebastian and mrs. Of e. Anderson for the ladies and to Leon Birdsell and Victor Sebastian for the men. At the close of the entertainment a luncheon was served by mrs. Sebastian after which Many gifts were presented to or. And mrs. Chas. Anderson. Those present were or. And mrs. Loon Birdsell or. And mrs. Goi Don Schultz and or. And mrs. Darwin rounds of Monona or. And mrs. Robert Sebastian. Or. And mrs. Victor Sebastian Palma and Lyle Sebastian of Luana or. And mrs. Cloy Miller Clermont or. And mrs. Merle Lange and or. And mrs. Delbert Kohrs of Castalia or. And mrs. Harlan Sebastian or. And mrs. John Sawvelle mrs. Chas. Kohrs and Don Kohrs of Postville and or. And mrs. Chas. Anderson and or. And mrs. O. E. Anderson of Waukon. 3 orge Sebastian in at picnic dinner. Psf mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian in la company of relatives and is their Home sunday at a niger. Present included or. And mrs. Sebastian and mrs. Florence and daughter Carol of Luana mrs. Carl Letchford of frankly and mrs. Chas. Anderson Jand mrs. O. E. Anderson of by or. And mrs. J. F. Sawvelle Unnic Miller mrs. Chas. Kohrs. Mrs. Frank Sebastian or. And Meyer or. And mrs. Henry in. Or. And mrs. Ben Lange i mrs. John Kohrs or. And Fri Man Schutta or. And mrs. Joe tech of Postville and Leo an of Decorah. Jests presented or. And mrs. Aderson with Many Beautiful Ful gifts. Fer Postville lady " West Union Man Uberta Stockman daughter of Jamrs. Gilbert Stockman form Ralle residents now living South Llu Hion was married to Levi on of or. And mrs. Arthur Gage Al Union in that City wednesday m by Wilford Clark Justice of it Angle ring ceremony was read couple were attended by Les Ham and Kathryn Wetherbee Sivest Union. Lid mrs. Gage will make their a Rich the bridegroom s parents iter or. Gage being employed Central states Power company m. Baltz is honoured a today party Friday. And mrs. We. F. Baltz enter tie following people at their Jime on last Friday evening at clock dinner the occasion be Honor of mrs Baltz s birthday sary a a
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