Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 8, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, MAT I, IMS. S*\ THE Marie DeSotel Marries Erriil Jaster of Ossian. [Three-County Meeting Of Legion Auxiliary. Jeanne Fitzgerald, Waukon, Weds Curtis Abernethy. Jlilisa Jcnnno FitzKemld, daughter of jvfFs. William F. Fitzgerald, Wnukon, ;,nd Curtis A. Abernethy, son of Mr. and Mrs. Enrl Abernethy of Postville, wen.' married Saturday inuXIil "K in St. Patrick's church nt WaukonT] The Rev. E. J. McDomrtrTpin-formcd the ceremony at nine o'clock. Snapdragons and np|>lc blossoms were used as Hilar decorations. During the nuptial mass vocal music was supplied by Thomas Campbell and the Misses Ida Link and Sadie Joy. Miss Constance Qiiillan was organist. The bride wore n gown of white satin with net senior train and fingertip veil. She carried a white prayor- buok and a gardenia from which fell streamers of white ribbon. Miss Barbara Abernethy, sister of the bridegroom, maid of honor, chose a tloor-length gown of light blue mar- qucsettc and carried a colonial bouquet. The bridesmaids were Carol Luke and Rita Spuhn of Dubuque, college friends of the bride. Their dresses were floor-length while eyelet and they carried colonial bouquets. The Mower girl was the bride's cousin. Mary Nockleby, of Austin, Minn., whose floor-length dress was blue and her bouquet was of gardenias. Robert Nelson of St. Louis, Mo„ was best man and William Harding of Frccport. 111., and Jack Bush of Postville served as ushers. The bridal dinner was served at the Allamakee hotel, covers being laid for fifty relatives and friends. The color scheme for the tables was pink, blue and white, with vases of snapdragon, nut cups and candles being employed. The three-tiered wedding cake which centered the bride's table was topped with gardenias and a miniature bride and bridegroom. The three-course dinner was served by Mrs. Fred O'Riley, Jr.. Mrs. William Wnldron, Miss Catherine Collins and Miss Ann .Kerndt. The bride is a graduate of St. Patrick's school in Waukon and of Clarke College, Dubuque. After her graduation she was employed as a case worker in the home service division of the American Red Cross in Chicago. Mr. Abernethy graduated from Posl­ ville high school with the class of liMll ;i ml later attended Minnesota University until he enlisted in the army ;ur corps. He served with the Eighth An Force in the European theater. Since receiving his discharge, he has been associated with his father in the clothing store here in Postvillc. The young couple will reside in IVhtvillo after their return from their wedding trip to Chicago. POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IOWA. PAGE FIVE. /Miss. Mnrlo DeSotel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph DeSotel of Post­ villc, and Emil W. Jaster of Osslnn were married at St. John's Lutheran church in Luana last Wednesday forenoon at elevcti o'clock."") The Rev. Paul W. Adix, pastor of the church, read the double-ring service. Mrs. Adix sang "The Lord's Prayer" and "Take Thou My Hand, Dear Father." accompanied by Helmulh Landt. who also played the wedding marches. The bride wore a floor-length gown of while lace and net over taffeta.. fashioned with a fitted bodice with a sweetheart neckline and three-quarter length sleeves. Her fingertip veil was attached to a crown of orange blossoms. She carried a bi'idnl bouquet of red roses, with lilies of the valley attached to long white streamers. Mrs. Kenneth Suddcndorf of Luana, niece of the bride, was bridesmaid. She wore a floor-length gown of white jersey with a white shoulder-length headdress. Her arm bouquet was of pink roses. Kenneth Suddcndorf served as best man to the bridegroom. Following the ceremony a reception for 32 guests was held at the home of the bride's parents. At the bride's table the centerpiece was a three- tiered wedding cake, trimmed with white roses and superimposed on it was a miniature bride and bridegroom. A shower dance was held at Luana in the couple's honor in the evening. After a brief wedding trip, the couple will live in Ossian. American Legion Auxiliary members from Howard, Winneshiek and Allnmnkec counties will assemble here Thursday nt Community Presbyterian church for their spring convention. Wives, mothers, and sisters of Legion members are cordially invited to attend this meeting. Registration will be from 12 noon to one p. m., followed by a luncheon at one o'clock. The meeting will convene at two o'clock with the advancement of the Colors and the Pledge of Allegiance led by Mrs. Otto Fischer. I After singing the national anthem, Mrs. L. S. Solomon of Cresco will give the invocation- which will be followed by a silent tribute to our fallen heroes. The preamble will be led by Mrs. Neva Dewey of Ossinn, and this will be followed by an address of welcome by Mrs. Fischer. The response will be by Mrs. Solomon. At this juncture, honored guests will be introduced nnd Doris Hampston of Deeorah will render an accordion solo. Reports of the various Units will then be heard. Addresses will be 'given by Mrs. A. S. MuchI of Independence, district president, and Mrs. R. C. Patrick of Mason City, state vice president. The Howard county Unit will supply a musical number, after which the three county groups will hold separate business sessions. Upon reconvening the Postville high school sextet will furnish musical numbers. Announcements of Interest to Auxiliary members will conclude the meeting her<^. 1 Hold Farewell Party For Sebastian Family. Members of the Sebastian family gathered at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Henry M. Sebastian at West Union to tender that couple a farewell party. They have sold their home in West Union and expect to soon move to Park Rapids. Minn., to make their fit hire residence. A picnic dinner was served at noon from baskets of food brought by the following: Mr. and Mrs. Frank D. Sebastian and granddaughter. Carol Ann Sehutte. Mr. and Mrs. Vie.or So bastian and family, Mr. and Mrs George C. Sebastian. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer. Mr. and Mrs. Elbe Christofferson and lleta. Rev. and Mrs. F. R I.udwig. Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Sebastian, all of Postville: Mr. and Mrs Carl F. Letchford and Mrs. Loot Letehford and son. Leon, of Frankville; Mr. and Mrs. William Sebastian and Mr. and Mrs. Lyle Sebastian of Luana: Mr. and Mrs. Starr Baade. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdscll and Mary. Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schultz and Sandra, and Mr. and Mrs. Darwin Rounds and Gary Lee. of Monona; Harold Sebastian of Waterloo. GIFTS FOR \ REA Folks Give Party For Mrs. DuWayne Bulman ..Employees of the REA honored Mrs. DuWayne Bulman at a post-nuptial party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. C. Mack Peterson Saturday evening. The group played cards and after Mrs. Peterson had served lunch they presented Mrs. Bulman with a number of Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. DuWayne Bulman, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Aulden Cornish, Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Thoma, the Misses Iva Peterson and Genevieve Nesbit Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Cassell, Mr and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz and Mr. and Mrs. Peterson. Give Fred Ruckdaschel Two Birthday Parties. A number of relatives came to the Fred Ruckdaschel home Saturday evening to surprise Mr. Ruckdaschel, the occasion being his birthday anniversary. "500" was played, with high honors going to Mrs. Ed Oldag and Walter Kaiser, while Victor Ruckdaschel nnd Arno Jones received the consolation awards, and traveling prizes were wdn by Ed Oldag and Leonard ChrtatoITer- son. Lunch was served at midnight from baskets of food brought by the guests, who included Mr. and Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel and family, Mr. and Mrs. Victor Ruckdaschel and family, Mr. nnd Mrs. Ed J. Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Arbic Rose and Janet, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Chrlstofferson nnd Jimmie, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Schlltter, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Koenlg, Mrs. Minnie Poesch, Mrs. Mary Schroedcr and Charles Kaiser, nil of Postville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Walter Kulser, Mr. and Mrs. Alvin Knlser of'Mononn: Mr. and Mrs. Fred Kocnig and family, Mr. and Mrs William Koenlg and family of Castalia; Mrs. Joe Holly, Miss Mary Lamphiere, Iva Moon and Arno Jones of Farmcrsburg. And on Sunday evening another group of relatives and friends sur prised Mr. Ruckdaschel. These were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ernst, Mr. and Mrs Louis Sehutte, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and family. Mr. and Mrs. Al bert Lubke, Mr. and Mrs, E. J. Oldag, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. William Bnltz, Mrs. Helen Moon Mrs. Emma Hcin. Mrs. May Gruver, all of Postville; Mr. nnd Mrs. Ernie Moon and Vernice of Monona. The evening was spent playing "500' and prizes went to Mrs. Emma Hein and William Baltz for high scores, Mrs, Harvey Schultz and Fred Ruckdaschel consolation, and the door prize was awarded to Mrs. May Gruver. Baskets of food brought by the guests provided for the lunch served after the card playing. Republican Women's Club To Meet in Waukon Friday. The Allamakee County Republican Women's club will meet Friday, May 10, at 1 p. m. In the dining room of the Allamakee hotel in Waukon, Mrs. G. B. Richter of Waukon, chairman, innounced this week. This will be the last meeting before the June primary election. Mrs. Richter said. Henry W. Wormley, assistant attorney general of Iowa will be the speaker for the meeting. All Republican women are urged by the chairman to attend this meeting. A pollock dinner will be held. The women should bring a covered dish, sandwiches nnd dishes. Supper guests in the Verni Brandt home at Clermont Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Milo Meyer and Carol Lee of Postville, and Ernie Brandt. The latter is staying at the Verni Brandt home this week assisting his brother with sheep shearing. Grand Meadow Club Meets With Mrs. Carlson. Friends of Mr. and Mrs. Erwin Haltmeyer gathered at their home Sunday at the noon hour with baskets of food for a picnic dinner. Thirty people attended the event which was held in a shady spot on Yellow river, near the Haltmeyer home. Attend County Meeting Of Democratic Women. LAST HALF OF MAY BEST TIME TO PLANT DAHLIAS Iowa flower gardeners will have best success with dahlias by planting them from May 15 to June 1 in a light type of soil, says Larry Grove. Iowa Slate College horticulturist. Stakes are needed to support the flowers and should be placed at the time of setting the tuber. Whole tubers should be planted and spaced three feet apart. In dividing dahlia clumps, a bud or two from each stem region should remain with the tuber. The tuber alone will produce no shoots. Dahlias need protection from the wind and hot sun. Dance BIG-4 PAVILION POSTVILLE Sat., Nay 11 — Music By — BOB JORDAN — AND HIS — RHYTHMNAIRS Iowa hateherymen produced 10 percent more chicks in February this year than a year ago. Hatchings for the nation as a whole were five percent above last year. Most hatcheries expect a drop in number of chicks hatched in May and June this year. When running up a seam on the sewing machine, let the last stitch fall on the fabric. If you sew beyond, the thread is likely to catch in the bobbin case and you're due for an untangling job. When eight weeks old. chicks should be started on grain. Oats and shelled corn should be supplied in separate hoppers. Wheat and other grains, except rye. may be supplied, and the grain need not be cracked. Tuya Cologne Plastic Flower Vase Coty Makeup Sets Luxor Gift Soap Bath Luxuries The Grand' Meadow Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Keith Carlson last Thursday with 19 members responding to roll call by giving Mother's Day poems. Visitors present were Mrs. Elmer Krambeer, Mrs. Arno Krambeer, Mrs, Ward Ferguson, Mrs. Aimer Amundson, Mrs. Irvin Fehlhafer and Miss Helen Sullivan of New Jersey. Mrs. Arno Krambeer gave the Scripture reading and the Lord's Prayer was given by the assembled group. Poetry appropriate to Mother's Day was read by Mrs. Lyle Zieman, and Mrs. Elmer Zieman described her trip to California, explaining many of the places visited by showing pictures taken enroute. A birthday song was sung for Mrs. Amanda Schierholz and when the meeting adjourned the group sang their new club song, "Home, Sweet Home." The next meeting will be a combined picnic and children's day meeting, which will be held in the Postville tourist park Thursday, June 6. Mr. and Mrs. Elrie Ruckdaschel entertained several friends of their daughter. Sally, at dinner Sunday in honor of her birthday, which was on Monday. The guests were Joyce Hnn- gartner, Idayne Plaht and Eileen Winter. Mr. and Mrs. Leo Brandt and family of Garnavillo, Mr. and Mrs. Norvln Johnsgnrd and family of Luana, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Brandt and family, Mrs. Viola Barnholtz and children and Robert Hopps were Sunday dinner guests in the homo of Mr. and Mrs. Charley Brouillet. EARLY AMERICAN TOILET WATER Gift Stationery Lucite Hair Brush Pinaud Sachet Ivy Bowl Bubble Bath Decorated Compacts * MOTHER'S DAY GREETING CARDS DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" WE HAVE A SUPPLY OF Mrs. Arthur J. Palas, Mrs. Harvey Douglass, Mrs. Ray Douglass, Mrs. Erwin L. Klingbeil and Miss Hattie Weihc were at Waukon last Thursday afternoon to attend a tea at the home of Mrs. P. J. LafTan. at which a number of democratic women of the county were in attendance. Mrs. Grace Koppcnhaven of Marion, stale democratic organization chairman, assisted in organizing a county women's Democratic Club. Election of officers was held, with Mrs. Esther Kaveny of Waukon being named president and Miss Hattie Weihe, vice president. Mr. Bernhardt of Oelwein, democratic candidate for congressman from the second Iowa district, was a guest speaker nt the meeting. Guests at dinner Sunday in the home of Mr. and Mrs. William Kugel were Mr. and Mrs. David Kammerer and Reuben and Justus of Froolieh. ind Mr. nnd Mrs. Donald Kugel and Gus Renne. The Okihi Camp Fire Girls held their regular meeting at the school house last Thursday with a short business session. No meeting of the group will be held this week. Betty Dundee Marries Edwin Hawkins April 26. Miss Betty Dundee, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. John Dundee of Rossville, formerly of Postville, was married to Edwin Hawkins, son of Mr. and Mrs Sidney Hawkins, Friday afternoon, April 2B. The ceremony was performed by the Rev. Curtis Webster in the home of the bride's parents. The main planting of sweet corn should not be made until May 15 or later. However, a small planting of an early-maturing variety might be made the first week in May. CAR OF BULK SALT to arrive about MAY 15 Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Gift Suggestions... Sunday dinner guests at the Joe Harnack home were Mrs. Henry Landt and Mrs. Herman Heins. Mr. nnd Mrs. L. F. Putnam nnd Miss Merle Bruene entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruene, Mrs. Fred K. Bruene, Mr. and Mrs. Wesley Bruene and Paul Bruene, all of Glndbrook. COLORFUL NECKWEAR FRILLY BLOUSES Anna H. Leui and Mrs. Merle Lange are joint hostesses to St. Bridget's Circle in the home of Miss Leui this afternoon. NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY Gift Suggestions Presto Aluminum Pressure Cookers $12.95 Desk Lamps $5.75 Electric Broilmasters $3.95 Metal Ironing Board with Pad $8.45 Kitchen Stools $2.70 Aluminum Tea Kettles ___ $4.50 Electric Fruit Juicers _ __$9.30 Aluminum Clothes Hampers ____$9.00 Hoth Bros. Hardware Heating —• Hardware —- Plumbing Telephone No. 229 Postville, Iowa Handkerchiefs SLACKS SWEATERS \\\ Costume Jewelry WRISLEY'S BATH SOAP COMPACTS Chenille Robes TIES STATIONERY Plastic Handbags BILLFOLDS BELTS GLOVES JUST RECEIVED! A shipment of OUTING FLANNEL Luhman & Huebner

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