Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 10, 1946 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 10, 1946
Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, APRIL 10, 1M6> THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. New Officers Elected By Community Church. At their unmml meeting held Sunday night in conjunction wllh the monthly Church Nile services, the Community Prcsbyterimi congregation chose the following new ofTlcers for the coming year: Elders for three-yenr term, Mrs, H. E. Roberts nnd W. H. Burling; Trustees for three-year term, F. H. Luhman and H. W. Meier; Church Trcnsurer, A. L. Peterson; Benevolence Trcnsurer, Mrs. M. C. Deerlng; Sunday School Superintendent, Robert H. Burling; assistant Sunday School superintendent. Boyd B. Turner; Sunday School pinnist, Jean Douglass; Sunday School secretary-treasurer, Miss Ruth Turner; Ushers, F. H. Luhman, Harold Chrls- tofferson, Carlton Schroeder and Truman Overeen. CIGARETTES CANDY FOUNTAIN SERVICE PRESCRIPTIONS Brueckner Drug Store Dorothy Miller Weds DuWayne Bulman Saturday In n marriage ceremony performed StrfTirday afternoon at 4:30 o'clock In the Presbyterian manse in this city, Miss Dorothy Miller became the bride of DuWayne Bulman, son of Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulmri'rP, The Rev. Eldon Seamuns officiated at the service. Attending the couple were Mrs. Iiylc Monthcl of Jefferson, sister ot the bride, and Neil Bulman, brother of the bridegroom, and Mr. and Mrs. Howard Bulman of Newton, the bridegroom's brother and sister-in-law. The bride wore a light brown suit with dark brown accessories and her corsage was made up of mixed (lowers. Her matron of honor wore a light blue suit with brown accessories and her corsage was identical to that worn by the bride. A wedding dinner was served in the couple's apartment in the Iris building after the ceremony, where, in addition to the bridal parly, guests included the Misses Dorothy Marie Monthei and Janet Ogden of JelTerson. Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Brown of St. Paul. Minn., Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman and Mr. and Mrs. H. C. Lawson. Both Mr. and Mrs. Bulman are graduates of Postville high school with the class of 1938. Mr. Bulman served in the army for 4'a years and was discharged last fall. Mrs. Bulman for the past six years has been with the Allamakee-Clayton Electric Cooperative office in this city, which position she will continue to hold. The couple will make their home in Postville. Ella Spring of Corning Weds Robert SebastiariT , I El Spr Ella Spring, daughter of Mrs. Jake Trig of Corning, and Robert Sebastian, son of Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Sebastian of Postville, were married Sunduy, March 31, at 2:30 o^clock in .the Baptist church in CorningT^Mr. nnd Mrs. B. J. Bean of Des~"Moines were their attendants. For the past four years Miss Spring operated a beauty shop in New Humpton and will now move her equipment to Luana where Mr. Sebastian will take over his oil station which he leased to Al Moritz the past year. Mrs. Sebastian will operate her shop in Luana. For the past several months Mr. Sebastian has been employed in the Hendrixson plumbing shop In New Hampton. Eastern Stars Observe Their 48th Anniversary. Mrs. Polsom Entertains Grand Meadow Club. The Grand Meadow Country club met with Mrs. Lee Folsom Thursday, April 4. Mrs. Harvey Lenth, newly- elected president, presided. Scriptures were read by Mrs. Will Kugcl, followed by a discussion of short cuts in house cleaning. Visitors were Mrs. William F. Baltz, Mrs. Henry Hcusman, Mrs. Roy Duwe, Mrs. Erwin Moritz, Mrs. Carl Blumhagen and Mrs. Gordon Lawson. A birthday song, "The Old Rugged Cross," was sung for Mrs. Harold Brewer. Contests were won by Mrs. Erwin Moritz and Mrs. Harvey Lenth. Mrs. Baltz told of her interesting tour of the south, which included Florida and Georgia. The club voted to give all birthday dues to Postville Community hospital. The club adjourned by singing the closing song, "America for Me." The May meeting will be held at the Keith Carlson home. Postville Chapter, No. 238, Order of the Eastern Star, will hold their regular meeting next Monday evening at eight o'clock. On Saturday evening members of the local Chapter have been invited to attend a meeting of the Clermont Chapter, starting at eight o'clock. i tm :m m m IWHWIIIIIWIMIUB m m H I At the Elevator I COMING SOON I Another carload of | AA | COMMERCIAL I FERTILIZER I Mrs. Ed Foley Hostess To Henderson Prairie Club. Postville Chapter, No. 238, O. E. S., observed their 48th anniversary Monday evening, April 1, with members and their guests partaking of a seven o'clock supper, followed by a program arranged by Mrs. Kermit James, Mrs. Fred Luhman and Mrs. R. C. Huebner. A feature of the program was an elderly man turning the pages of the old family album and reminiscing over the pictures. As each page was turned, the characters appeared in a specially constructed frame placed at one end of the hall. Suitable music accompanied each presentation. The two living charter members, Mrs. Anna Staadt and Mrs. Mate Welzel, were escorted to seats within the frame and each was presented with a corsage. Bridge and 500 were played during the balance of the evening. Clermont Clever Clovers Meet With Evelyn Miller. EE Weekend Specials BEDSPREADS— Chintz or Crepe, now $7.98 HEAVY DRAPERY per yard $1.49 : Hall Roberts' Son | Postville, Iowa 3 Giving their favorite Bible verse at roll call, 14 members of the Henderson Prairie Study Club met yesterday at the home of Mrs. Ed Foley. After a short business meeting. Mrs. Ernest Brandt read an article on child delinquency, and Mrs. Rudolph Everman's geography contest was won Ly Mrs. Kenneth Kerr. The contest given by Mrs. Frank llangartncr on riddles and cakes was won by Mrs. Cloy Miller and Mrs. Louise Meyer. Mrs. Raymond Brandt and Mrs. Ken- will go to the training school at Mrs. George Larson's Thursday to receive the lesson for the next meeting. The song, "Sweet Hour of Prayer." was sung for Mrs. Robert Hangartner's birthday anniversary and a lunch was served by the hostess, assisted by Mrs. Elmer Heckman. The club's next meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Frank Hangartner Tuesday, May 14. Entertain 17 In Honor Of Daughter 's Birthday. The Naomi Past Noble Grand club will meet with Mrs. Orma Schultz on Thursday. April 18. Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Luhman entertained 17 guests in their home Sunday in honor of their daughter, Valerie. It was Valerie's third birthday. The following guests were present: Mr. and Mrs. Ole Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Alton Sanderson and Virginia, Shirley and Harlan, and Kate Wiedeman. all of Ridgeway; Mr. and Mrs. Roy Sanderson, Mr. and Mrs. Carl Sanderson and Leonard, all of Cresco; •Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Koch of Decorah, and Mr. and Mrs. Johnnie Thompson of Calmar. Answering roll call by giving one health habit, eight members of the Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H Club met at the home of Evelyn Miller on March 30. A picture study was given by Marion Probert and a talk on slip covers for arms and back of upholstered chairs •was given by LaVonne Swenson. Other talks were, "Bedspreads," by Carol Miller; "Let's Plan a Garden," by Dorothy Kerr; "Shortcuts in drying curtains to save ironing," by Marion Probert. Carol Miller. Geraldine and Marjorie Kerr talked on the various subjects that were discussed at the recent training school, and Dorothy Kerr told of her trip to Waterloo where she attended the Farm Forum program. Several new songs were learned and a lunch was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. COLORFUL SHAG RUGS— For a comfy home $3.50 to $7.79 NEW PONCHO BLOUSES— each only $1.98 DON'T FORGET WE HAVE A COMPLETE LINE OF CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES Luhman & Huebner Attend Wedding Sunday. Dr. and Mrs. M. F. Kiesau. Mrs. Amanda Phillips, Mrs. Bruce Webster and Miss Irene Meier attended the wedding of Miss Eleanor Cade, former Postville teacher, and Milton Elliot at the Methodist church in Oelwein Sunday afternoon at four o'clock. They also attended the reception held in the church following the wedding. Camp Fire Girls Hike. The Okihi Camp Fire Girls went on a hike March 28 and expected to repeat the p.rogram after their meeting last Thursday. However, the weather was unsuitable, so a short business meeting was held instead. The group will hold another meeting Thursday at the home of Janice Schroeder. 3E- need NUZOM |'in thaix drinking water. It keeps them healthy and stop* the spread of roan; diseases._ Samples free. _ Guaranteed. Sold by *AO«.rt'WU..DUnW ! THE DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" Postville, Iowa Post Rebekah Lodge, No. 48. will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock. Rossville and Decorah lodges are bringing the traveling emblems, the Moon and the Seven Stars. The Waukon lodge will be guests. There will also be initiation. Light refreshments will be served. ...WEEDONE... The new, scientific weed killer. Does not sterilize the soil; does not harm lawn grass. Kills thistles, cocklebur, morning glory, poison ivy, dandelion and many other noxious weeds. For Information See POSTVILLE FEED MILL GET OUT and STAY OUT! IT'S SPRING!—You should get out and work in the garden — Clean up the lawn. BUT — Before you go out, come in and buy some of the things you'll need to do a good job! 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