Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 8, 1961 · Page 7
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 7

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 8, 1961
Page 7
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IETY 0ERR1NG HANGED i-ring ceremony at St, jran Church, Farmers- y, February 11, at riage vows were ex- aine Kurth, daughter Irs. Eldon Kurth anH rring, son of Mr. and erring of Luana was performed Steege. Mrs. and Sony B. H. •P was organist 1 - Farmersburg "The Lord's of and { arriage by her father, e a floor length gown and lace over satin, lice, fashioned of ny- red a scalloped neck, with sequins and long sleeves were tap- wrists. The bouffant ntcd by circular pan- immed net on each _ertip veil fell from a ,ned of pearls. She mquet of orchid and ; with white lace ( was attended by her Roland Doerring of matron of honor. Ji, sister of the bride iridesmaid. Connie St. Olaf and Marsha Luana, nieces of the (ridegroom, were the They all wore iden- mgth dresses of ,-orchid er nylon over taffeta. ( Idices were fashioned p neckline and short e bouffant skirts of over taffeta were ac- ribbon and flower at (The attendant's wore ered headpieces and aces and white gloves. bouquets of orchid fom pons. The flower girls wore white hats and gloves and pearl necklaces and carried bouquets of white pom pons. Roland Doerring of St. Olaf, was his brother's best man. Groomsman was James Koopman of Cedar Rapids, cousin o£ the bride. , Ushers were Ronnie Kurth of Farmersburg, cousin of the bride, and Merlin Sebastian, cousin of the bridegroom. A reception was held immediately after the ceremony in the church parlors. Decorations were carried out in the bride's chosen color of orchid. The lace covered serving table • was centered with a four- tiered wedding cake, lopped with a miniature bride and bridegroom. Mrs. Dwayne Moon of Luana, sister of the bridegroom and Mis. Virgil Kurth of Farmersburg. aunt of the bride, cut the wedding cake. Mrs. Walter German, Jr., of Elgin, sister of the bride, and Mrs. M.vrl Dean Dickman, sister of the bridegroom, poured. Table waitresses were Shirley Mueller and Mary Walter of Luana, Karen Koopman of Farmersburg and Judy Jacobin, Dixie Brainard and Eileen Winters of Postville. | Sharon Koopman of Farmersburg held the guest book. In charge of the gifts were Twila McNally. Marcene Morch and Dorothy Kuhsc of Postville, Ardis Peterson of St. Olaf and Gloria Kurth of Farmersburg. The bride's mother wore a blue dress with navy accessories. The bridegroom's mother wore a navy blue dress with navy accessories and'both wore white carnation corsages. After a short wedding trip, the couple will be at home on a farm near Luana. CHERRY VALLEY CHUMS IN MEET 6 with nine members present. The "History of the Club", Mrs. Henry "meeting was opened with Beverly i Oldag; "Anniversaries", Mrs. Har- Haltmeyer leading the Friendship I old Panncke; and reading, "I'm Circle. Susan Schultz furnished Members of the Cherry Valley Chums 4-H Club named a new cooking term for roll call at their February meeting at the home of Mary and Kathy Chamberlain. Each member brought a quick bread for the leader to judge for texture, quality, etc. Mary Chamberlain demonstrated the correct way of mixing a Swedish lipme, Kathy Sebastian gave a talk on "Guarding Our Dental Health". The talk pointed out some interesting ways of cleaning teeth with out a toothbrush. The leader cut pictures of moat from a magazine for members to identify. Samples of the quick breads, which were judged a tie. were served as an extra treat for lunch. Recreation was provided by Kathy Chamberlain and Gloria Stockton. Dorothy Kuhse, reporter. the treats. After the business meeting the girls worked on their hospital favors. They will take them to the hospital at their next meeting March 20 with Mrs. Spinner furnishing the treats. Karen Torkelson, reporter. Cherub Blue Birds. The Cherub Blue Birds met on March 6 with all members present. Mary Chris Owen brought the treats. The meeting was opened by reciting the Blue Bird Wish. Susan Foster told the group some things about the Blue Bird. Carol Friederich showed a book with pictures of birds and animals and Laurel Gericke told them about the beaver. «They also started working on something to take home for Easter. ' The next meeting will be March 20 with Laurel Gericke furnishing the treats. Mary Meyer reporter. Friendly Blue Birds. The Friendly Blue Birds met on March 6 with eight members pres- I ent. Mary Kittleson was hostess. Kathryn Meyer called roll and Judy The Singing Blue Birds met on j Wittenberger collected the dues. Wednesday, March 8, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 7 BLUE BIRD GROUPS MEET WITH LEADERS Having a Party", Mrs. Keith Carlson. Mrs. Victor Walter showed slides they had taken on their trip to Hawaii. The program was closed by recitation of "The Lord's Prayer". Guests were: Mrs. Ray Looney, Mrs. Victor Walter, Mrs. Henry Christofferson, Mrs. Alvin Johanningmeier, Mrs. Marie Leui, Mrs. Lawrence Krambeer, Sr., Mrs. Milton Anderson, Mrs. Clarence Reinhardt, Mrs. Amanda Schierholz, Mrs. Lorence F. Reinhardt and Mrs. Victor Meyer. Three charter members were present. They were Mrs. Will Ku ORDER OF RAINBOW The regular meeting of the Rainbow Girls will be hold March 13, at 7:30 p. m. Members are reminded that merits are due at this meeting. The food committee will be Mary Lou Frese, Pamela Eder and Gail Kozelka. The first chapel built on Navy property was dedicated at Annapolis, Maryland, on February 5, 1854. March 6 with Mrs. Gene Brainard. leader, assisted by Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson. The girls made imitation snow storm jars and continued work on their bird workbooks, lean Stover furnished the treat. The next meeting will be on March 20 when Peggy Thornton will be hostess. Thoughtful Blue Blrfis. All members were present at the March 6 meeting of the Thoughtful Blue Birds. The meeting was opened with the Blue Bird Wish and lighting the meeting candle, Jane Deering was elected president; Dawn Anderson, vice president; Sandra Friederich, treasurer; Judy Looney. secretary; Lynn Stumme, reporter; and Jody Klinge, historian. Work was completed on tray favors for the hospital and a treat was furnished by Judy Looney. The meeting was closed by singing the Blue Bird Song and blowing out the meeting candle. Lynn Stumme, reporter. Happy Blue Birds. The Happy Blue Birds met March The girls made invitations to invite their mothers to a tea on April 3. The girls also sang songs. The meeting closetd by forming the Friendship Circle, all repeating the collect and blowing out the candle. Debra Watson, reporter. gel, Mrs. Will Lubbers and Mrs. Alvin Johanningmeier. Other members present were: Mrs. Lyle Zieman, Mrs. Eugene Schutte, Mrs. E. T. Mork, Mrs. Darwin Ellis, Mrs. Arno Krambeer, Mrs. Arno Backhaus, Mrs. Keith Carlson, Mrs. Henry Oldag, Mrs. Harold Panncke, Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr., Mrs. Art Wagner, Mrs. Milton Schierholz, Mrs. Harvey Lenth, Mrs. Bertha Folsom, Mrs. Frank Lawson, Mrs. Adaila Zieman and Mrs. Donald Kugel. Mrs. Milton Anderson was presented a corsage for coming the longest distance. KIWANKA CAMP FIRE GIRLS MEET AT LENTHS The Kiwanka group of Camp Fire Girls met March 6 at the Louis Lenth home. Deian Lenth was hostess. A discussion was held on symbolgrams which the girls are to put on their ceremonial jackets. The next meeting will be held at Memorial Hall on March 20 after school. Paulette Harris will be hostess. Members are asked to bring their completed ceremonial jackets to be put in Kramer's window for Camp Fire week, V. F. W. AUXILIARY HAS REGULAR MEETING THURSDAY, FRIDAY and SATURDAY rlavors — Regular Size Ill -O . . 3 Pkgs. 25c |)ERNESS •— Ready To Use Tin .herry Pie Mix . 29c | FAMILY — -14 oz. Bottle 2 for atsup .... 39c \ FAMILY DRINK — 46 oz. Tin 2 for [ne-G] rapefruit . 49c Twenty-two members of the V. F. W. Auxiliary were present for their regular meeting on Monday evening. Mrs. Ed Looney, Sr. opened the meeting according to ritual. Correspondence from the department was read and acted upon. The group decided to give a donation to the Heart Fund. Ten new members were accepted to join the auxiliary and will be initiated at the next meeting which will be held on March 20. An election of officers was held for the coming year and they will be installed at the April meeting. A lunch was served by Mrs. Lafe Lampman and Mrs. Les^ lie Allen. Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt, Sr. and Mrs. Carrie Martin are the serving committee for the next meeting. The cookie committee for March is Mrs. Harvey Plaht, Mrs. Fred Reincke and Mrs. William Livingood and Mrs. Enos Muchow. The cookies will be sent to the veterans at Marshalltown. There will be a short business meeting March 20 before the social hour. Cranberry Sauce 16 oz. B. & P. W. CLUB. 2 for 39c The Business and Professional Women's Club will meet on March 15 at the V & J Koffee Shop at 6:30 p. m. The program will be in charge of Mrs. George Eder and Mrs. Lester Jahnke. The guest speaker will be Dr. Russell Palmer. COUNTRY CLUB MARKS 45th YEAR HOFFMAN HOUSE, BAVARIAN, SHRIMP SAUCE or SWEET SOUR DRESSING 8 oz. Bottles 3 for $1.00 IGA DELICIOUS — 303 Can Fruit Cocktail . . 4/89c IGA UNPEELED — 303 Can Apricots 4/89c IGA BARTLETT — 303 Can Pears 4/89c IGA — 303 Can Peaches 4/89c IGA — 303 Can Corn 5/89c IGA FANCY — 303 Can Peas 5/89c IGA — 303 Can Tomatoes .... 5/89c IGA — EVAPORATED Milk 3 cans 43c IPBELL'S — mato Soup >TH — Breaded Members of the Grand Meadow Country Club observed the 45lh anniversary of the club last Thursday with a noon dinner meeting at the V & J Cafe. The following program was presented: Vocal solos. "Anniversary Song" and "How Great Thou Art", by Mrs. Victor Walter, accompanied by Mrs. Arno Backhaus; Invocation, Mrs. Lyle Zieman; Velveeta .... PILLSBURY — Except Angel Food Cake Mixes . . SNOKREEM — Shortening . . . . . 2-79c 4 for H 00 . 3 p -69c rimp Tin 10c Pkg. 49c MISS — Reg. or Miniature arshmallows J .S BROS. — joffee JCAN HINES — CAKE MIX TE NUT BUTTER PECAN M.E-RAISIN FUDGE NlH :AR MAYER — All Meat Lokie Links L XER'S — COLD MEAT [hopped Pork 2 Pkgs. 33c 1 lb. Tin 63c Pkg. 33c Pkg. 49c Lb. 49c ONE 86 4-7721 ^ II POSTVILLE, IOWA mil to millions overseas Frcsli eggs daily, a bottle of milk, a potato—we take ttiem for granted— Lnl these basic foods would be a luxury to millions of people overseas. Of all ages, races and colors—these people are victims of disaster: displacement, earthquake, poverty, famine, flood . . . war. Food is just one problem. And there are others —clothing, shelter, a lack of equipment to build lives anew. How can you help? Give generous support to the Overseas Aid Program of your faith. These far-reaching programs provide food, tools, clothing, homes, jobs, farm machinery, education and tecjmical training— hope for millions! When your religious faith makes its appeal, do give generously. PROTESTANT—0n« Great Hour ol Sharing CATHOLIC—Bishops' Relief Fu«d JEWISH—United Jmisb I'ublithod at a public Mrvice in coop. crun'en teUhThejtdwriuiagCwncU, Smoked Picnics Hickory smoked and sugar-cured for ih nut - sweet flavor lb. 33* SLICED — BACON . lb. 39c HORMEL'S — THURINGER lb. 65c FRESH — SPARE RIBS lb. 45c BANANAS lb. 10c 2 Heads 29c FRESH — CAULIFLOWER CELLO PKG. — TOMATOES ctn. 19c SNO BOY — LEMONS 6 for 27c IGA — FROZEN — 10 oz. SHRIMP 59c IGA — FROZEN — 8 oz. FISH STICKS 39c IGA — 64 COUNT BLACK TEA BAGS 59c FISHER'S — 14 oz SALTED PEANUTS 39c SANDWICH — COOKIES 2 lbs. 49c

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