Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 19, 1946 · Page 5
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WEDNESDAY, JUNE 19, 1948. Patricia Jean Anderson Weds Paul Miene Tuesdriy/' \''Miss Pntrlcin Jean Anderson, clnuch- Vcr of Mi*- nnd Mrs. Gilbert O. Anderson of Clermont, and Paul Miene. son „f Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene or Pont- villo. were united in marrlafio Tucs- ri.-iy evening at eight o'clock in West Clermont Lutheran church, the Rev. ,.\ O. Nesslt performing the ceremony. The couple were attended by Miss Gladys Anderson, sister of the bride, • in ,l Willurd Sander, cousin of the bridegroom. The bride wore n two-piece eyelet embroidered dress with while ncccs- ft .ries and her corsage was of yellow roses. The bridesmaid's dress was of junk eyelet embroidery with white ac- cofurics and she too wore a corsage of yellow roses. A reception and luncheon followed the ceremony at the church, attended by over 300 guests. Mrs. Miene is a graduate of the Clermont high school and Mr. Miene graduated from Postville high school. They will make their home on the bridegroom's farm south of Postville. THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. PAGE FIVE. Patricia Ann McGinnis Weds Donald Humphrey. Gladys Peterson Weds Y Harold Halverson June 10: Ed. Dahms Celebrates Birthday Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ed. Dahms were hosts to friends and neighbors last Monday evening, the occasion being the birthday anniversary of Mr. Dahms. The evening was spent playing 500. with honors going to Mrs. Roy I.uebka, traveling: Mrs. Charles Schave and John Rakcwell. high; Mrs. Joe Mn- cho\v and Alfred Ehler, low. At a late hour a picnic lunch was rerved. Those present were Mr. and Mrs. Roy Luebka and Lorna. Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Jarms and children. Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Ehler and Norma Jean. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schave. Henry Dime. Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Joe Muchow, all of the Postville Junction vicinity; Mr. and Mrs Reuben Svendsen and children of Guilder: Mr. and Mrs. Roy Welzel nnd daughters. Joan and Shirley of Wist Union; Mrs. Verni Engle and Mr. and Mrs. John Bakewell and Jackie of Clermont. Mrs. Tom Convoy of Volga and Mr. and Mrs. Joe McNeil and family were Sunday dinner guests of Miss Rose McNeil and Miss Mae McNeil. Dr. and Mrs. Tinker of Elgin were Monday evening guests of Dr. and Mrs. R. F. ToplifT. JThe wedding of Miss Patricia Ann McGinnis, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Paul McGinnis of Kingston, Ohio, and Donald ,1. Humphrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. .1. T. Humphrey, of Postville, was solemnized Saturday morning at ten o'clock in St. Joseph's church in Cir- clcville, Ohio, by the Rev. Edward J. Reidy. j "The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white striped marquisette gown with teg-o-mutton sleeves ending in points on hands, with simulated bustle, basque waist, full skirt with cathedral train, white striped marquisette halo with three- quarter length veil and carried a white prayer book with a white orchid and wore a single strand of pearls, a gift from the bridegroom. Miss Nancy Mary McGinnis. sister of the bride, was the maid of honor, and Miss Mary Hope Humphrey, sister of the bridegroom, and Miss Kathleen McGinnis. cousin of the bride, served as bridesmaids. They were attired in pink striped marquisette dresses with short puffed sleeves, simulated bustle, full skirts, bracelet-length gloves, heart-shaped halo hats with short veils, and oldfashioncd nosegays of talisman roses, pink and white sweet- peas and baby's breath. The maid of honor's nosegay had a center orchid. James H. VanHonie of Maplewood, New Jersey, was best man to the bridegroom, while \V. S. Hammond of Philadelphia. Pa., Charles E. Moore of East Chicago, 111., Robert Rittenour of Kingston. Ohio, and F. W. Wilson of Akron, Ohio, were the ushers. The bride's mother wore beige cotton mesh with brown accessories and a shoulder orchid, while the bridegroom's mother wore black silk mesh with black accessories and a shoulder orchid. The church was decorated with white tlowers and ferns. Music during the service consisted of a number of organ selections played by Mrs. Cecila Groom, and vocal solos were by Miss Elauor Snyder. A reception for the bridal party was held after the ceremony at the Pickaway country club in Circlc.ville where the decorations consisted of baskets of white, light and dark blue delphiniums. The table decorations included pink roses and white delphiniums. After the reception Mr. and Mrs. Humphrey left by plane for Now York City and on their honeymoon trip to the Berkshire Mountains in Massachusetts. For her going-away outfit the bride wore a grey lightweight wool j two-piece dress with black accessories. | They will make their home in j Maplewood. N. J.. Mr. Humphrey be! ing employed by the American In- jsurance Group at Newark. N. J. Elver Anderson Marries. , Ohio Lady at Gunder. ...The wedding of Miss Gladys Peterson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. P. K. Peterson, and Harold Halverson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Albert Halverson, was solemnized at the Marlon Lutheran church at eight o'clock, Monday evening. June lo: 'Rev. S. J. Strnndjord performed the double ring ceremony. Mrs. Henry Vellersven played the wedding march and recessional. Preceding the ceremony Miss Hildur Op- sand sang, "1 Love You Truly," and immediately following the ceremony she sang. "O Perfect Love." The bride wore a white nylon taffeta wedding gown fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves and the skirt ended in a junior train. Her fingertip veil was edged in lace. She carried a shower bouquet of red roses - and wore a two-strand pearl necklace, a gift of the bridegroom. Her attendants were Miss Bernlta Landsgard. a cousin, as maid of honor and Mvs, George Schroyer. sister of the bridegroom, as bridesmaid. The maid of honor wore a blue net floor- length gown with a shoulder length net. veil to match. The bridesmaid w ore a pink sheer floor-length gown with a matching shoulder length veil. They carried bouquets of mixed flowers. The bridegroom was attended by his brother. Louis, as best man, and George Schroyer. The bride's mother wore a blue bemberg dress and the bridegroom's mother was attired in a gray dress. They wore corsages of white flowers. Immediately following the ceremony the following program was given: Vocal Solo. "O Promise Me," Rosella Opsand: Reading. Bette Gundcrson; Song, "He Leadeth Me," Gehring Quartette; Piano Solo, Joan Baltz; Reading, Evelyn 'Erickson; Vocal Solo, "Because," Arthur Amundson. A reception was held in the church parlors. The bridal party and immediate relatives were seated at a table decorated in pink and white. A three- tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom, formed the center piece. Mrs. Melvin Reierson. Hildur Opsand, Doris Gun­ dcrson and Arlene Hanson were waitresses. The bride graduated from the Postville high school in 1939 and has been teaching school. The bridegroom also has been teaching school and served in the armed forces for four and one-half years. The couple left for a short wedding trip to the Wisconsin Dells. ton.' Tuesday evening, June 11, at the Marion Lutheran church, Gunder, Miss Gnynal M. Ramnge, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Herb Dunlap, Cambridge, Ohio, became the bride of Elver L. Anderson, son of Mrs. Roslna Anderson, St. Olaf, at a candle-light service read at eight o'clock.~j Dr. S. J. Strand­ jord performcd'tHe'doublo ring ceremony in the presence of a large number of relatives and friends. Preceding the ceremony Avis Lou Mork sang, "Ah Sweet Mystery of Life," accompanied by Mrs. Myron Anderson who also played the wedding march and recessional. Following the ceremony Arthur Amundson sang, "Till the End of Time." The bride wore a white nylon gown, fashioned with a fitted bodice, a long train and sweetheart neckline and long sleeves which tapered to a point at the wrists. Her finger-tip veil of tulle trimmed in alancon lace was headed with a halo of orange blossoms. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. She carried a shower bouquet of yellow talisman roses and pink and yellow sweet peas. Her attendant, Miss Thelma Mork, cousin of the bridegroom, who served as maid of honor, wore a pale blue, floor-length gown with coronet to match and carried n bouquet of red roses. The bride is a graduate of Mingo Junction high school and for the past three years served as a member of the medical corps in the Navy. The bridegroom is a graduate of Postville high school with the class of 1939, and was recently released from active duty in the Navy, in which he served four years. After a brief trip to the bride's home in the east, the couple will live near Gunder. Attend O.E.S. Centennial. Mr. and Mrs. A. C. Webster, Mrs. Harvey Douglass, Mrs, Mack Peterson, Mrs. E. C. Riser, Mrs. George C. Sebastian, Mrs. John F. Sawvelle, Mrs. Leonard W. Casten and Mrs. Herman ChristofTerson were at Oelwein Friday night where they attended the centennial jubilee of the Oelwein Eastern Star chapter. All of the Grand Lodge officers of the Eastern Stars were in attendance and participated in the Friday evening meeting. (Additional Society News will bo will be found on page 8) "MAKE IT A MILLION!" ENLIST IN A GRADE WITH YOUR ARMY MOS A GOOD JOB FOR YOU U. S. Army CHOOSE THIS riNC PROFESSION NOW! Court House Building Dionc 1065 DECORAH, IOWA Army veterans who held certain Military Occupational Specialties may reenliit in a grade commensurate with tholr skill and experience, provided they were honorably discharged on or alter May 12, 1945— —and provided they reenlist before July 1, 1946. Over three-quarters of a million men havo jolnod the new Regular Army already. MAKE IT A MILLION! Full facts are at any Army Camp. Post, or Recruiting Station. Mr. and Mrs. H. F. Eberltng and family entertained David C. Wagner of Chicago and Mr. nnd Mrs. Elmer Schultz and daughters, Betty and Jean, at dinner last Wednesday evening. 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Dodge; Mr. and Mrs. Ronald Allen of Waterloo; Mr. and Mrs. Clifford Roulson and sons of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Allen of Molino, 111.: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Allen and daughters of De- .'orah; Mr. and Mrs. Lester Trautman ind family of Postville; Ray Allen and Mrs. Cora Harvey of Castalia: and Mr. and Mrs. Charles Allen and son, Lloyd, of Delhi. California. Darlene DeSotel and Merle Funk Marry. flew tWflMPE OIL FOR Homemaking Club Girls To Have Picnic Sunday. Girls of the Homemaking Club of Postville high school will have their picnic Sunday. June 23, preliminary plans calling for the event to be held at the Old Stone House. The girls are asked to meet at the school house at two o'clock p. m„ and are to bring their own dishes and food as assigned. In case of rain, the picnic will be held at the school house. Girls who promised to provide cars are again urged to bring them. Miss Darlene DeSotel, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Emil DeSotel. became the bride of Merle Funk, son of Mr. and Mrs. Wclmer Funk. Monday noon, June 13, in St. John's Lutheran parsonage at Luana with the Rev. Paul W. Adix performing the double ring ceremony. The bride wore a gray pin-stripe suit with white accessories and an orchid corsage. Mrs. Ferdcrick Funk of Luana, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, was matron of honor. She wore a gold suit with white accessories and a corsage of pink roses. Frederick Funk, brother of the bridegroom, was best man. . After a wedding trip to Yellowstone national park, the couple plan to live at Ossian. The bride was graduated from Luana high school and attended Luther college at Decorah. She taught in the primary grades of the Pqstvillu schools last year. The bridegroom served in the army for the last two years, being overseas for one year in the Pacific area. He is a graduate of Luann high school and plans to attend the State University of Iowa in the fall. Mrs. Cora Krambeer entertained the following guests at her home Sunday evening: Mrs. Esther Brown of Stanley Wis.; Mr. and Mrs. Joe Walter ami Mrs. Maude Koth of Luana; and Mr. and Mrs. Verni Jones of Montana. The Ladies' Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post, No. 518, American Legion, will meet at Memorial hall Wednesday afternoon, June 20, at 2:30 o'clock. Mrs. A. S. Burdick and Mrs. W. J. Hanks will be the hostesses. I At the Elevator i i CAR OF FEEDING .OATS ENROUTE TO POSTVILLE Hall Rokfs' Son Postville, Iowa wawiaM , ~M -m .M -M-M XJ e WE HAVE Dr. Salsbury's Selective Weed-Kill in YOUR CAR SELECTIVELY KILLS BROAD-LEAF WEEDS MEYER'S FOUR-COUNTY HATCHERY Telephone 234 Postville, low* |§§I Us! k x i i>\ -i New D-X Motor Oil guarantees a tough, oily film that stays on hot, fust-moving engine parts for protection. 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