Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 4, 1961 · Page 7
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mm L -RDEN CLVB \TWCK DINNER mo Garden Club mot De- iai the home of Mrs. Milo [eginning with a potluck fhe meeting was called to Ivs. Delbert Martins. The long was "Silent Night." twits answered by each felling how they learned ,a Claus. Nineteen mem- prescnt. The Scripture "ART OF LIVING" IS CLUB THEME Iby Mrs, Milo Tillman Thomp- jacobia gave the IMr day song was sung for loerring and* Mrs. Milo rs. Glen Bente, Mrs. ia. Mrs. Ole Loftsgard, iert Martins and Mrs. eisner observed their nniversaries this month. ,an Thompson the presi- 961, distributed the new "Iowa Highlights—Fes- ght" was given by Mrs. ompson. Mrs. Delbert ad the extension news e closing song was "Oh, Ye Faithful". Following s meeting gifts were ex- d secret pals revealed. owing program was giv- Smallest Gift", Mrs. Ray rs. Francis Meisner read at Crossroads Church", carols were sung by the Mrs. Lloyd Bigler sup- and material and evade Christmas Club o£ the Hour held its regular meeting Monday evening at the home of Mrs. Harvey J a r m s. Twelve members and one guest, Mrs. Marvin Suckow, were present. The president, Mrs. Robert Brinkman, presided at the business meeting which was opened the the rending of the Club Collect. She appointed the following on the nominating committee. Mrs. Harvey Jarms, Mrs. LaVorn Stummc and Mrs. Frank Lowell. LEGION AUXILIARY HAS REGULAR MEET The regular meeting of the American Legion Auxiliary to the Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 was hold in the Legion rooms at Memorial Hall, Wednesday, December 28, at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Leo Foels, unit president, opened the meeting according to the Manual of Ceremonies. There were 11 members present. Child Welfare Chairman reported sending in 1,097 Butternut coffee strips. The unit also received a MARILYN MARTIN IS BRIDE OF LARRY L. SMITH The program concerned the local card thanking the members for the theme. Art of Living , . . . "The birthday and the Christmas gifts art of living is learned best by those who are willing to study life sent to the assigned child. Mrs. R C. Hucbner drew the door prize. Most oC us fail to enjoy life as it Hostesses were Mrs. LaMont Ger- goes along; some of the best mo- ickc, Mrs. Milo Harnack and Mrs. ments are dulled by our cares and Louis Hill. anxieties. How helpful if we re- j . member that every moment is a' cTirviirtrr) urvivirino glorious gift of God". Miss Calhe- • M'iOWhK HONORS rine Staadt reviewed the book, i MRS. L. CRANDALL "The Listener", by Taylor Caldwell. | The next meeting will be held I Mrs. Larry Crandall was honor- Monday evening at 8:00, February 8,', ed at a bridal shower December 26 at the Hofer. home of Mrs. Laurence CAMP FIRE GROUP ELECTS OFFICERS with Karen Meyer and Mrs. Gary Ash as hostesses. Games furnished the evening's entertainment with prizes won presented the honored guest. After the gifts were opened, a lunch was served. ] Those present were: Dixie Ruro- The Kiwanka group of Camp Fire ; den, Roma Schweinefus, Sherrill Girls met January 2 at 2.00 p. m.,Rekow, Donna Meyer, Mary Marat the Whitehead home. [tins, Linda LaVelle, Dorothy Meyer, An election of officers was held Mrs. Dyrl Porterfield, Mrs. James with Veralyn Fordyce elected as Gregg. Mrs. Grace Crandall, Mrs. president; Deian Lenth, vice presl-, Bertha Gregg, Jeanine Lenth, Nor- dent; Chris Haltmeyer, secretary; ma Behnken and Bonnie Sander. Sherri Willman, treasurer; and Mrs. Larry Mason sent a gift but Stephanie Schroeder, scribe. Plans i was unable to be present, cards. | were discussed for a party for the I In a candlelight ceremony at 8:00 p. m. on December 27, marriage vows were exchanged by Marilyn Martin, daughter of the Rev. and Mrs. Walter T. Martin of Postville, and Larry L. Smith, son of Mr. and Mrs. Carl E. Smith of Clinton. The bride's father officiated at the ceremony, conducted in the Community Presbyterian Church at Postville. The bride made her gown of skinner satin, featuring a Sabrina neckline trimmed with seed pearls, long tapered sleeves, and a polonaise train of satin gores and Chantilly lace. A lace cap trimmed with seed pearls caught her floor length veil of silk illusion. She carried a bouquet of red and white carnations and roses. the best cards went to parents to be held February 11 at .n Radloff for the best 7:30 p. m to Mrs. VerDean Radloff The next meeting will be January ,t design. 16 at Memorial Hall after school meeting will be at the Stephanie Schroeder. scribe, rs. Lorenz Lenth, Jr. on REBEKAH LODGE Post Rebekah Lodge No. 48 will have installation of officers at then- next regular meeting Thursday, January 12 at the I. O. O. F. Hall. A picnic supper will close the evening's activities. , Wednesday, January 4, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 MRS. MEYER IS HOSTESS TO CLUB The Post-Franklin Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Clinton Meyer with Mrs. Leland Walby as co-hostess. Roll call was answered i by members telling the names of their secret friend for the past year. New names were drawn for secret friends. Letters were read in response to mail sent to the mental health center in Decorah and In- pendence. Mrs. Earl Miller played Christmas songs on the accordion. The Christmas story, "The First Creche", was read by Mrs. Leland Walby. A Medley of Christmas making room on January 2 at 7:30 p. m. The meeting was opened by the president, Sandra Radloff with the Pledge to the U. S. Flag. Roll call was answered by 21 members by telling a favorite cookie they like make. Jane Deering, Sandra Miene and Carol Everman were visitors. Nine mothers were present. Carol Everman was accepted as a new member. Following the secretary's and treasurer's report a business meeting was held. The following program was given: "Rules of Good Health", Susan Whitehead; "How to Make Muffins", Ann ChristofTerson; "Cooking Terms and What They Mean", Eve- songs were sung by the group ac-jlyn Friederich; "How to Make companied by Mrs. Miller. "The Evening Prayer", closed the meeting. Christmas gifts were ex changed and a lunch was served. The next meeting will be held at Good Cookies", Mary Jane Schara; "How to Set a Breakfast Table", Gwendolyn Gunderson. The girls brought some cook books and had a display of different kinds of Martha Ann Bronson Mr. and Mrs. Edmund P. Bronson announce the engagement of their daughter, Martha Ann, to Wayne Allen 'Landt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Landt of Luana. No date has been set for the wedding. and is currently employed as time study man for Climax Engine Manufacturing Company in Clinton. The couple will be at home at 444 10th Avenue South in Clinton after January 30. the home of Mrs. Eldo Sander with' books. The leader gave a quiz on Mrs. Vern Meyer assisting. MEADOW LARKS HAVE REGULAR MEETING The Grand Meadow Larks held their regular meeting in the .home- cooking. A lunch was served by Mrs. Heins and Myra and Mrs. Gunderson and Gwendolyn. Diane Mork, reporter. Buy! Sell! Hire! Trade! Rent! Lost! Found! Employment! You'll find it in the Herald Want Ads. EVANS - HALTMEYER EXCHANGE VOWS MEAT SPECIALS — FRI. and SAT. ONLY |ind Jar kNUT BUTTER $1.49 . 4 for 29c Cans — W . . . ••• Pkg. — ODLES ..... 23c Can — APPLES . 2 for 49c Can — PRIDO RTENING ... 49c CAN BEAUTY — 1 Pound Can ROTS - KRAUT PXED VEGETABLES iind BEANS . ea. 10c TABLERITE — Boneless BEEF ROAST . lb. 69< TABLERITE — 4 Oz. Sliced Smoked Beef 29c RED — 10 POUNDS Potatoes ; 49c 1 Lb. — Cello — Lan Crisp Carro ge Bunch tslOc 3 Lb Bag — Winesap or Delicious APPLES 3 lb. bag 59c }ULAR _ ALL FLAVORS IL-0 . J30RF — Issue . . PT MEAT — bna Fish 10 pkgs. 89c j 12 rolls 95c 4 cans 1. Carolyn Martin, sister of the bride, was the maid of honor; Carol Galaty of Oak Park, Illinois and Suzanne Kramer of Postville acted as bridesmaids, wearing dresses of Christmas' red velveteen, pearl and silk illusion caps, white gloves and carrying bouquets of white carnations. The best man was George Schneider of Bellevue, while Duane Tompkins and Tom Harbon of Clinton acted as ushers and groomsmen. The bride's mother wore a dress of black crepe trimmed with irri- descent beading, a white flowered hat and white gloves. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue jacket dress, trimmed with satin bows, a winter white hat and white gloves. Both mothers had corsages of red and white peppermint striped carnations. Mrs. Robert Burling of Postville provided the organ music and Mrs. David Seymour of Neponset, Illinois sang. David Kiesau of Postville played the trumpet for the processional and recessional of the wedding party. The Chancel Choir sang an anthem and responses during the ceremony, under the direction of Mrs. John Falb of Postville. Miss Jane Earley of Traer attended the guest book, Miss Orlene Blue of Vinton and Miss Wilma Cox of Monticello were in charge of the gifts. Mrs. Carlton Schroeder of Postville acted as sanctuary I hostess. David Seymour of Neponset, Illinois, Don Kerr, Robert and William James, David Schutte, all of Postville, and Alan Severn of Bennett, assisted the ushers. A reception following the ceremony was held in the church for 300 guests, served by the Miriam Circle with Mrs. Robert Enyart as chairman. The Rev. Wilbur Kirby of Clinton asked the blessing and Mrs. Robert Ewalt of Ohio, Illinois I cut the wedding cake. Sara Hixson of Hillsboro, Lynn Thoreson of Monona, Mrs v Garry Carmen of Oak Park, Illinois, Susanne Goddnrd and Luann Wahls of Rochester. Minnesota, Zoe Thoreson of Williamsburg, Bonita Meyer, Janet Groth and Mrs. David Schutle of Postville assisted with the serving of the reception in the dining room. The bride made her going away dress, a white brocade sheath. She also wore a pink flowered hat and white gloves. The couple will take a wedding trip to the Chicago area, after which the bride will complete the semester at Coe college in Cedar Rapids. At Coe she is a member of Alpha Gamma Delta social sorority, Mu Phi Epsllon honorary music fraternity, and president of the M. E. N. C. undergraduate chap ter. After graduation in January she will teach vocal music at the Lyons Junior high school in Clinton. The bridegroom graduated from Clinton Junior college, attended Coe college where he was affiliated with Phi Mu Alpha Symphonia, In a Candlelight ceremony at Helser Chapel of Collegiate Presbyterian church, Ames, Alice Evans was married to Gary C. Haltmeyer December 21. The Rev. John G. Davies read the vows. The immediate family were present. Parents of the couple are Mrs. Owen Evans, 211 Howard Avenue, Ames and Mr. and Mrs. Ervin Haltmeyer. The bride was attired in a white jersey sheath dress with white satin interlaced in the cummerbund. She wore a tiara designed in veiling with satin trim and carried a white poinsettia bouquet. A reception was held at the Evans home following the wedding. Mrs. Haltmeyer is a graduate of Drake University, Des Moines and teaches in the Ames Community school. Her husband is a graduate of Iowa State University, Ames where he is assistant track coach and is enrolled in graduate school. | WEDDING INVITATIONS — Letterpress printing, raised letter printing, engraved. Prices start as low as $8.00 for 50 invitations or announcements. Postville Herald. » Basketball« Postville High School Gym IIIMlllltllllllllllHIIItllllllllllltftlltllllllllltlllllllllllMlllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllllMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIim Tuesday, Jan. 10 OPENING TIPOFF AT 6:45 P. M. 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