Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 26, 1946 · Page 5
Get access to this page with a Free Trial

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
Issue Date:
Wednesday, June 26, 1946
Page 5
Start Free Trial

WEDNESDAY, JUNE 26, 1946. Lois Tindell Weds x Donald Knapp Sunday. ^ Miss Lois Tindell became the bride Sf 'rxmnld Knapp at n candle-light service Sunday evening at 8:30 o'clock in the Community Presbyterian church, the Rev. Eldon Seamnns officiating. ! The bride is the youngest daughter „f Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell. Mr. KnaPP is ,no son of Mr - mul M >"s. Archie Knapp of Marquette. The altar before which the bride Wi is given In marriage by her father, was decorated with baskets of blue delphiniums, white flowers and ferns. Ciindclabras were placed back of the altar and at either side. Before the ceremony, Miss Gretchen Zicman sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." She was accompanied by Hits Merna Aitchison, who also played the wedding march and recessional. The bride's gown was fashioned of silk marquisette, with fitted bodice of imported lace, a long train and long sleeves which extended over her hands in points. Her finger-tip veil was banded at the edge with lace and was caught to a crown-shaped tiara of seed pearls. She carried n bouquet if red roses and wore a locket and bracelet, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Geneva Wilke attended the bride as maid of honor and wore a gown of pink marquisette and net. She carried a bouquet of pink and white carnations. Vernon Sawvell of Marquette was be?t man. Ushers were Clarence Tindell and Marvin Flack. The reception following the ceremony was held at the home of the bride's parents, with 30 guests attending. A three-tiered wedding cake was placed at the center of the table. After the reception, the couple left for a few days in Des Moines. The bride wore a white wool suit with black and white accessories. Following their return from Des Moines they will accompany Mr. and Mrs. Glen Tindell on a trip to the west coast. Mrs. Knapp graduated from I'ost- ville high school with the class of 1943. Since then she has assisted in her father's store and at The Palm. Mr. Knapp spent over three years as a mechanic in an anti-aircraft squad- run in the Philippines. New Guinea and Australia. On their return from the west coast, they will reside in Marquette, where the bridegroom is employed. Y Dolores McNally Weds Hugh Varty Wednesday. In a candlelight ceremony last Wednesday evening at eight o'clock, Miss Dolt.res McNally, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lewis McNally of Luana. became the bride of Hugh Varty of Taft, California. ;Thc Rev. S. J. Strandjord officiated at the double-ring service in the Marion Lutheran church, Guilder. The church was decorated with yellow and white flowers and ferns and lighted candelabra were used throughout the church. Miss Cressa Luhman of Postville presided at the organ and accompanied Miss Marion Sotinkalb of Postville as she sang. Doth were attired in yellow formats. The bridal gown which was the one worn by her sister, Mrs. Alindo Blatti, at her wedding was fashioned of white silk marquisette with lace inserts and the fingertip veil and blusher of illusion were also the ones worn by her sister at her wedding. She carried an arm bouquet of white roses. Her sisters. Mrs. Alindo Blatti, as matron of honor, and Lucille McNally, as maid of honor, were attired in turquoise marquisette and the bridesmaids, Thelma Mork and Shirley McNally, wore pale rose gowns, all fashioned similarly. They carried colonial bouquets of roses. Alindo Blatti attended the bridegroom as best man and ushers were Donald Mork. Robert and Wayne McNally. Vona Leigh Mork and Sandra Rae McNally. attired in white formats, served as flower girls and Ronald McNally was ring bearer. Following the ceremony the bridal party was complimented at a reception .in the McNally home with 75 guests 'attending. The home was decorated in white and yellow flowers and ferns. Mrs. Varty graduated from the Postville high school and attended the State University at Iowa City for two years. She took a short -course with TWA and was employed as stewardess the past year with TWA. flying out of Kansas City for four months and from Burbank. Calif., for eight months. Mr. Varty received his education in the west and since his discharge from the navy has held a position with General Motors. They will make their home al Taft. Calif. TOEJPOSTV1LLE HERALD, POSTVILLE, IOWA. Cpl. Martha Burrington Weds Sgt. Irvin J. Olso: PAGE FIVE. Mr. and Mrs. John Burrow and grandson. Danny Schultz, were Sunday evening guests in the Dave Erhardt home in Clermont. Gates Williams Marries Martha Sehawe In Texas. ! Jn_,a- double-ring ceremony solemnized on Saturday, June 15, nt Rapid City. So. Dak., Corporal Martha B. Burrington, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. C. L. Campbell of Twin Falls, Idaho, became the bride of T/Sgt. Irvin J. Olson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Joseph T. Olson of Postvilie. i The Rev. Sylan Moc of the Trinity Lutheran church of Rapid City performed the ceremony In the chapel of the Rapid City Army Air Base at seven o'clock in the evening. Cpl. Mitzi L. Holmes was maid of honor and Mr. Clifford Olson of Postville was his brother's best man. The bride was given in marriage by Lt. Mervin A. Epplcr. Corporal Burrington wore n nile green suit with gold accessories and a corsage of yellow roses, and she carried a prayer book. Her maid of honor was dressed in a black and white cheeked suit with red accessories, and she too wore a corsage of roses. Mrs. Catherine Bennett, Rapid City organist, .played the traditional wedding marches, and Sgt. Irene Crimmins sang "I Love You Truly" and "Because." The chapel was decorated with ferns and white peonies and was lighted by candles. After a reception at the White Tower in Rapid City, the couple left on a furlough for points in Iown and to Chicago. Upon their return, the bride will be separated from the service and the couple will make their homo in Rapid City. Sgt. Olson served overseas during the war with the Army Air Forces and was taken prisoner in Germany when his plane and crew were shot down. After a furlough at home here, he reenlisted in the service. Betty Hager Marries \; James Slaughter June IS. • 1 V FOR YOUR SHOPPING LIST l'KPTO-BISMOL, Kflp lor Upset Stomach OUL PACKERS SHAMPOOS— Pine Tar and Olive Oil, AQ 0 Two 00c bottles SUTTON'S LEG R(\p MAKEUP UUl/ SAL HEPATICA, £(\n Saline Laxative "Ut CLOSIIAVE, , jn p> Brushless Cream *±V*/ N'YAL MINERAL OIL, TETKO CLEANING QK/» Fluid, non-inflammable OOv> "REMOVE J /_ %tCORN/ NYAL CORN REMOVER Stops pain at once, peels off corn* with a few applications—for only (pRNl AMOVCRI HUMOIft MHNIM lp 'ftStff DM Ml JUMIMMI 25c PROTECT YOUR GARDEN With ACME INSECTICIDES DOUGLASS PHARMACY "Where Quality Counts" Announcements have been received here of the marriage of Frank Gates Williams, son of Mr. and Mrs. Victor Williams of Anamosa. formerly of this •ommunity. to Miss Martha Lee Sehawe. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William A. Sehawe. of Waco. Texas. The ceremony was performed in the Calvary Baptist church in Waco on Saturday, June 15. at 8:30 o'clock p. m. The bride recently graduated from he Texas State College for Women in Denton, while Gates is a graduate of Postville high school and before going nto the service attended Iowa State College at Ames. He served overseas, in Europe, and since being discharged from the service has been living with his parents at Anamosa. • Miss. Betty Hager. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Otto Hager of Postville. became the bride of Jimmy L. Slaughter, son of Mr. and Mrs. J. Slaughter _of McGregor, on Tuesday of last week. The ceremony was performed in the home of the bride's parents at three o'clock in the afternoon. Attending the couple wore Miss Berniec Hager, sister of the bride, and Alto Dahlstrom. A wedding dinner was served at the Hager home after the ceremony to 100 relatives and friends, and in the evening a reception was held for the couple. A wedding shower and dance is also being planned for the couple at the White Springs ballroom near McGregor for the evening of July 10. The bridegroom was 'recently discharged from the army after more than 3'i years in service in the South Pacific. The couple will live in McGregor where Mr. Slaughter is employed as a mechanic in his father's shop. Ileta's Birthday Party Featured A Fish Pond. Ileta Christofterson. daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Elbe ChristofTerson, celebrated her eighth birthday anniversary Saturday by having as her guests Carol Ann Meyer, Gretchen Palas, Eudora Schultz. Janice, Myrna, Jean and Joan Christofferson, Janet Overeen, Carold Schutte and Marilyn Backhaus. Ileta served her guests a luncheon which was highlighted by a generous portion of the birthday cake and ice cream. Games were played by the group, a feature being the fish pond from which the guests extracted their gifts. In return, the guests also presented Ileta with gifts before they left for their homes. Family Reunion Sunday Honors Leonard Martens. The homecoming from service of Leonard J. Martens prompted the holding of a family reunion Sunday in the home of his brother and sister-in- law, Mr. and Mrs. John C, Martens, and family. Here to attend the event were Mr. and Mrs. Wilbur Martens of Oelwein; Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Martens and Rodney of Riceville; Mr. and Mrs. Herbert Sess and son, Irwin, and Charles Martens of Lansing; Leonard and Harvey Martens and Carl Martens of Postville. NOW is the best weed- killing season — GET — Weedone j The original 2-4-D preparation today! I Postville Feed Mill j Home Garden Club Meets With Mrs. Henry Radloff. The Home Garden Club of Grand Meadow township met at the home of Mrs. Henry Radloff last Wednesday, with Mrs. Lloyd Bigler acting as assistant hostess. There were 13 members present who answered roll call by relating, "Where I spent my honeymoon." "Home on the Range" was the opening song on the program. Birthday greetings were extended to Mrs. James Eno and Mrs. Harley RadlofT, while congratulations were extended for wedding anniversaries to Mrs. Harry Landt. Mrs. Myron Anderson, Mrs. Vein Hupfer and Mrs. James Eno. Scripture reading from Romans 11:33-36, was by Mrs. William Luepker, and the club then sang the hymn, 11:33-38. was by Mrs. Wm. Luepker, and the club then sang the hymn, "Fnir- est Lord Jesus," while the thought for the day was read by Mrs. Ray Jacobia, as follows: "There are two kinds of people—those who did it and never thought, and those who thought and never did it." Roll call for the July meeting will be. "Something about Iowa," instead of "A delicious cold drink" as listed on the original program. The club's family picnic will be held Sunday. July 14. At Wednesday's meeting the program consisted of ^ demonstration on salads by Mrs. Lloyd Bigler and Mrs. Henry Radloff. The closing song was "Taps," after which a lunch was served by the hostesses. Members present were Mrs. Lloyd Bigler, Mrs. Ed. Doerring, Mrs. Oliver Eno, Mrs. Milo Jacobia. Mrs. Ray Jacobia. Mrs. Wm. Luepker, Mrs. Leska Martins, Mrs. R. E. McNally, Mrs. LaVern Meyer. Mrs. Milton Monlux. Mrs. Henry Radloff. Mrs. Melvin Radloff and Mrs. Vern Hupfer. Post-Franklin Study Club Meets With Mrs. J. Brooks. Grand Meadow Farmerettes Meet With LaVonne Faber. The Post-Franklin Study Club held their last monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. John Brooks, with 15 members present. Mrs. Milo Gericke conducted the meeting in the absence of Mrs. Henry Heusman. president. Two new members were accepted, Mrs. Arbe Behrens and Mrs. Rodney Smith. Roll call was answered by giving "My Most Embarrassing Moment," which was followed by a selected song; The Lord's Prayer; paper on Stone Capital by Mrs. Milo Gericke; a stunt by Mrs. Walter Sander. After adjournment, Mrs. Brooks and her assistant, Mrs. Arthur Swenson, served lunch. The next meeting will be in the form of the club's annual picnic which will be held in at the Old Stone House. As it will be the tenth anniversary of the club, the program will be given entirely by the children. The Grand Meadow Farmerettes 4-H Club met at the home of LaVonne Faber on last Friday, answering roll call by giving a thought on patriotism. Each member gave a talk on what they liked best about Rally Day. Darlene Martins gave a talk on "What to Look for in a Demonstration." Mary Jane Martins read an article on the transplanting of plants and a discussion on how to make sewing boxes followed. Mrs. Ernest Faber, LaVonne's mother, served a lunch to the group at the close of the meeting at which time it was announced that the next meeting will be held on July 5 with Lois and Geraldine Koopman. Sunshine Makers 4-H Club Meet With Mrs. J. Martins. The Sunshine Makers 4-H Club met at the home of Mrs. John J. Martins last week Tuesday, with eight members present. President Murtis Sander conducted the meeting. An illustration by Jeannine Harris was followed by plans being made for the rally evening which has been/postponed from June 19 until Wednesday evening, June 26. A lunch was served by Mrs. Martins after the meeting adjourned. The following persons attended n dinner Sunday evening at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Carl Huebner in Garnavillo in honor of Mrs. Huebner's birthday: Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller, Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner and granddaughter, Diane Overland, Mr. and Mrs. George Huebner and daughter,'" Katherine, and Mr. and Mrs. Fred C. Schultz. Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer entertained the following at dinner and supper Sunday at their home: Rev. and Mrs. Frederick R. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Zieman and Gretchen, Mrs. Louis Meyer and Ramona Meyer. At the Elevator NOW IN STOCK: FEEDING OATS SOY BEAN MEAL LINSEED MEAL MILLERS CREEK STOVE COAL Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa \ MNIM Delivery Service It's a simple matter to pick up your phone and call 247 and order your groceries delivered to your door. JRutter-kist JaUined The Flavorkist Cracker •61/ Sclmlze „„,i Burcli ^ Extra Thin ... More OVEN /Vr ^ZZ Crackcrs to thc Box GLENN J. JARMES FINE FOODS THANK YOU! I wish to express my thanks to all my customers and friends who have patronized the Waterloo Laundry Co. while I have been its agent in this territory. I have resigned as agent to go into other business. I will be succeeded as agent July 1 by Richard "Dick" Hale. I hope you will give him the same cooperation you have me. M. C. ALSIN, Agent WATERLOO LAUNDRY COMPANY Attend Poetry Society Meeting At Upper Iowa U. Mrs. William Leui and Mrs. Arbe Behrens, accompanied by Miss S. Blanche Sherman of Monona and Miss Marion Gee of West Union, attended a meeting of the northeastern chapter of the Poetry Society of Iowa at Upper Iowa University, Fayette, Saturday. After a one o'clock luncheon, an afternoon program was given in the student lounge. — at — Smith Athletic Field SUNDAY i JUNE 30 1 at 2:30 o'clock P.M. : POSTVILLE — vs. — HARPERS FERRY Come out and help the team start another winning streak ! 3E SHOPPING SUGGESTIONS BOYS' SLACK SUITS AND SPORTS SHIRTS COVERT SHOP CAPS •••••••••••••••••• A New Assortment of COMPACTS AND BILLFOLDS CHENILLE BEDSPREADS 14-POUND LUGS OF REAL NICE WASHINGTON BING CHERRIES Luhman & Huebner FARMERS! — SEE — MEYER'S HATCHERY For Killing CANADA THISTLES We are equipped with a power Weed Sprayer (5 gallons per minute) GET 'EM WITH— DR. SALSBURY'S Selective Weed Killer 2-4-D Make Your Appointment Now ! MEYER'S Four-County Hatchery Telephone No. 234 Postville, Iowa

What members have found on this page

Get access to

  • The largest online newspaper archive
  • 11,100+ newspapers from the 1700s–2000s
  • Millions of additional pages added every month

Try it free