Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 12, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE .18, 1946. Engagement Announced At Family Dinner Party/ The engagement of Miss Mema AitchTson and Robert H. Burling of this city was announced at n dinner .j.irly Wednesday evening nt the home of the prospective bride's mother, Mrs. Myrtle AitchteojTn Present nt the dinner were mrriind Mrs. W. H. Burling and Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Carlton Soliroedor. The wedding will bo solemnized in A un ust. Miss Aitchlson has been the commercial department supervisor in the local high school for the past three years, resigning last week. Mr. Burling is associated with the law firm of Burling & Palas in this city. Patricia Ann McGinnis THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE.. \ 1 AlBiJMIluBluIIMuuBliiliPllwM i At the Elevator l i To Wed Donald Humphrey. [ Mr. and Mrs. Paul McGinnis of Kingston, Ohio, are announcing the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter. Patricia Ann, to Donald .1. Humphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. T. Humphrey of PostviTfe?\The wedding will take place at Kingston Saturday. June 15. Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey, with Harry Overeen driving, left for Kingston today, to be present at the wedding ceremony. Miss McGinnis is a graduate of Miami University. Oxford. Ohio, where she was affiliated with Delta Delta Delta sorority. Since her graduation she lias been associated with the Proctor & Gamble company in Cincinnati, Ohio. Mr. Humphrey attended Loras College, Dubuque, and was graduated from the State University of Iowa where he was n member of Delta Upsilon fraternity. During the war he served with the Army Air Forces and rose to the rank of Lieutenant-Colonel. Since his discharge in April, he has been associated with the American Insurance group at Newark, New Jersey. LAST CAR OF 1 SOYBEAN MEAL is now enroute to Postville 8 Hall Roberts' Son I I i | Postville, Iowa I I i Ea2BElHBHl!™i!Mm »fflBEI3 «rai:i:i!iB'i;a Ila Mae Dyke Marries Raymond Whitford May 27. Gift Suggestions: Champrel Shave Sets Leather Billfolds Parker Fountain Pens Spruce Shaving Mugs Gillette Safety Razors Miss 11a Mae Dyke, daughter of Mr, and Mrs. John Dyke of Postville, and Raymond Whitford, son of Henry Whitford of Kuthvcn. were united in marriage May 27 by the Rev. P. J. Nustcnde, in the Lutheran parsonage at Lancsboro, Minn. Miss Sophia Dyke, sister of the bride, and Mrs. P. J. Nestende attended the couple. The bride was attired in a gold suit with white and brown accessories, while her sister wore an aqua dress with black accessories. Mrs. Whitford is a graduate of Postville high school and was recently employed on a farm near Spencer. Mr. Whitford was recently discharged from the armed forces after serving overseas for two months. The couple will make their home with the bridegroom's father at Ruthvon. Marian Christofferson Weds Chas. Linderbaum. /_ SRwcddlng of Miss Marian Christ- ofTerson, daughter of William Christofferson of Postvi)le, and Charles Linderbaum, Jr., son of Mr. and Mrs. Charles Linderbaum, Sr., of Cnstalia, was solemnized last Thursday evening in the Postville Community Presbyterian church7 ~^The Rev. Eldon L. Seaman's officiated at the ceremony. The bride was attired In a white satin gown with fingertip veil and train of white net. Her shower bouquet was of pink roses. Mrs. Earl Linderbaum served as matron of honor; Lyle White and Mrs. Everett Burreson were bridesmaids. They wore floor-length dresses of pink and white and their corsages were of carnations. Myrna Christofferson was flower girl. Earl Linderbaum served as best man, while Roger Christofferson and Walter White were the usher's. A wedding dinner was served at the Christolferson home and later in the evening a reception was held for the couple in the Ossian hall. The couple left on a wedding trip to northern Minnesota and upon their return will live on the farm of the bridegroom's father near Castalia. Mrs. Linderbaum is a graduate of Postville high school and for the past year has been teaching in a Post township school. Mr. Linderbaum since completing his education has been farming in the Castalia community. Attend Picnic Dinner [sFor Birthday Celebrants. Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thornton, Mrs. Lynn Llvingood, Mrs. Walter Adams and Mrs. Milo Huffman have birthday anniversaries during June, so they were honored at a picnic dinner at the Old Stone House Sunday. There were 48 in attendance at the event, including the following: Mr. and Mrs. C. R. Thornton, Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton and daughters, Mr. and Mrs. Vern Thornton and sons, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Thornton and filmily, Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hughes and Darlene, Mr. ;!nd Mrs. Walter Adams and Nell, Mr. and Mrs. Alois Swenson, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Harnack and Clifford, Merlin and Milo Harnack of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Thornton and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Livingood and family, Miss Ruby Bechtell and Miss Schlitter of Forest Mills; Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Huffman of Garnavillo; Mr. and Mrs. Harry Hinman and family and Mr. and Mrs. Don Montour of Monona. Clermont Clever Clovers Meet With Ora Oestmann. "My Favorite Picture and Its Painter" was the topic for roll call by the Clermont Clever Clovers 4-H Club when ten members met at the home of Miss Ora Jean Oestmann Saturday. Two picture studies were given, "Peace and Plenty" by Geraldine Kerr, and "Age of Innocence" by LaVonne Swenson. A talk on "How to Mend Socks" was given by Marilyn Follett; one on "Ways to Add Interest to Plain Fabrics" by Evelyn Miller, and one on "Why We Should All Have Health Examinations" was given by Marjorie Bareis. 'How Memorial Day Originated" wns the title of a paper given by Ora Gene Oestmann, and Norma Brandt gnve a paper on "Dying Cotton Fabrics." A demonstration on how to remove old finish from wood in preparation for a new finish was given by Marjorie Kerr, and an interesting talk was given by Bernice Blockhus on "The Way People in China Live, and Their Religion." Games were played afterward and a lunch was served when the meeting closed. Home Duties Discussed By Franklin Merrymakers. Kosbau-Fiet Nuptials Performed At Waukon. The Arthur F. Brandt post, No. 518, of the American Legion will hold their regular June meeting Tuesday evening, June 18, at 8 o'clock at Memorial hall. Surprise Mrs. Ernst On Birthday Anniversary. The neighbors of Mrs. Fred Ernst gave her a surprise party last Saturday evening, the occasion being her birthday anniversary. They brought baskets of food for a picnic supper which was served at 11:30 p. m., after the evening had been spent playing cards. Gifts were also presented to Mrs. Ernst. Attending the event were Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Ruckdaschel, Mr. and Mrs. James Foran. Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lubke, Mrs. Louis Schutte, Mrs. Marie Leui, Miss Amelia Meyer, Mrs. Mary Gruver. Mrs. Wm. H. Baltz and Mr. and Mrs. E. J. Oldag. Honor'Delores Erickson At Confirmation Dinner. ... Miss. Norma Leona Kosbau. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. George Kosbau of Waukon, and Robert Fiet, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Fiet of Ludlow township, were married Tuesday noon in Zion Reformed church ifl_Waukon by the Rev..Edmond HennigTl Attending the couple were Betty Ann Kosbau. sister of the bride, who acted as maid of honor, and Mrs. Willard Adam, sister of the bridegroom, and Ella Mae Stock and Lois Fiet, acting as bridesmaids. Benjamin Fiet, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man, and ushers were Willard Adam, Robert Stock and Irvin Flage. The bride wore a white satin and chiffon net gown which fell into a junior train. "Her fingertip veil was caught by a tiara and she carried a shower bouquet of roses. The maid of honor wore a dress of pink net and carried a bouquet of mixed flowers. The bridesmaids wore dresses of blue and (lower coronets. After a wedding trip to the Wisconsin lake region, the couple will be at home on the bridegroom's father's farm in Ludlow township. The Franklin Merrymakers' 4-H club»met at the home of Elaine and Vernelle Ball on June 4. The members answered roll call by telling what they could do to improve the efficiency of their home. The members then recited the club pledge. Henrietta Pape gave a talk on housecleaning. The correct way to do heavy tasks was the topic discussed by Beverly Nelson. The discussion on the making of games followed, and Gertrude Ball read an article on fire prevention. . Elaine Ball gave a demonstration on the ironing of a man's shirt. The leader showed how to make shoe bags and laundry bags. She also showed the correct way to sandpaper. At the close of the meeting a lunch was served. Farm Bureau Farmerettes Meet With Mrs. E. Looney. Mr. and Mrs. Ira Smith entertained the following guests at dinner Sunday: Mr. and Mrs. Lester Smith, Mr. and Mrs. Keith Smith and son, Bruce, and Mr. and Mrs. Rodney Smith and four children. OLD SPICE MEN'S BATH SOAP Sharpo Cigarette Lighter Tobacco Pouches Flashlights Cigarettes Old Spice Cologne Old Spice Shave Lotion FATHER'S DAY GREETING CARDS DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Count*" Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson entertained at dinner Sunday for their daughter, Delores, who was confirmed in the East Clermont church that day. Guests present were Mr. and Mrs. Fred Pflsler and Adeline, Mr. and Mrs. Joe Baker. Justin and Lounie, Mrs. Oscar Baker and Leslie, Mrs. Caroline Erickson and Selma, Mr. and Mrs. Henry Larson, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Larson. Mr. and Mrs. E. W. Carlson and Mary Jane and Mrs. Mueller, Idayne IHaht, Olvin Johnson, Joe Freeman and Miss Cay MacCaffrey of Cleveland. Ohio., Rev. and Mrs. Nes- sett and Elsie were guests in the Erickson home Sunday evening. Croquet Club Meets. The Croquet Club met Thursday afternoon for the first time this year in the Mrs. Mate Welzel yard, with Mrs. Arbe Behrens, hostess. They completed their usual number of games and then had supper at Brueckner's. The Past Noble Grand club will meet Thursday afternoon at the home of Mrs. John F. Sawvelle. Mrs. Laurence Hofer will be assistant hostess. Mrs. Alice Miller entertained Mrs. E. C. Sonnkalb, Anna H. Leui, Mrs. Marguerite O'Connor and Josephine Durno at dinner Friday. William Leui entertained a company of relatives and friends at a one o'clock dinner last Sunday at the Mallard in McGregor. Postville Chapter, No. 238, O. E. S., will hold their regular meeting at Masonic hall next Monday evening. The Grand Meadow township Farm Bureau Farmerettes met at the home of Mrs. Ed Looney Friday afternoon. Miss Nancy Riesedel was a guest. Roll call was answered by ten members telling of "My Favorite Trip," and plans were then made for the annual rally day. Marilyn Marling, Darlene Martins and Lois Koopman were selected as voting delegates. The afternoon was spent practicing the play to be presented by the club at the rally day program. It is a play concerning gardening. The group then sang 4-H songs and afterward a lunch was served by Mrs. Looney. Rebekahs Will Meet. The Rebekah lodge will meet Thursday night at 8 o'clock at the Odd­ fellows hall. There will be an election of officers for the coming year. All past noble grands are requested to be present. Mrs. Otto Sander, Mrs. Ed Schroeder and Mrs. Elmer Schultz are on the entertainment committee. The serving committee is composed of the following: Miss Opal Gordanier, Mrs. Arno Schutte, Mrs. Leonard Pearson, Mrs. William Meyer and Mrs. M. C. Alsin. Mrs. John Waters and Mrs. William Leui went to the Old Stone House last Thursday morning where they partook of a picnic dinner, with Mrs. Harvey Clark as their guest. WELDING DEMONSTRATION A Forney Arc Welder Demonstration, showing the use of the famous COMPLETE Forney Welding Machines for repairing farm equipment. Bring in broken machine parts to see how simple it is to weld and learn how this welder may fit into the operation of your farm as a profitable piece of equipment. SAT'RDAYT JUNE 15 9 a. in. to Noon -at- NYBERG'S FARM & HOME SUPPLY WE DELIVER TWICE DAILY GLENN J. JARMES FINE FOODS , . These Are For Father's Day Sunday, June 16 A Comfortable Chair , Is The Perfect Gift We've shown just two of many styles, grouped at this attractive price. Lounge chairs . . . platform rockers . . . club chairs . . . upholstered in good looking fabrics that will stand the hard wear father will give it because he'll enjoy their comfort for many years LOUIS SCHUTTE Largest Stock of Furniture in Northeast Iowa Wake Up-lt's Father's Day Yep — Father's Day is June 16 ... so hurry, hurry, hurry down here and select the finest gift for your Dad. 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