Albion News from Albion, Nebraska on October 24, 1946 · 5
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Albion News from Albion, Nebraska · 5

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THURSDAY OCTOBER 24 1346 Page Five ALBION 'WEEKLY NEWS SojcmL mwL Ciuh 'fci I X I David Hobbs Weds In California i ' 9 x White decorations with touches of yellow were used at the Burlingame Baptist church as a background for the wedding ceremony which united Miss Emile May Van Valin of San Mateo - and David Donald Hobbs of San Leandro formerly of Albion Nebr The Rev Cecil B Osborne officiated At the reception for 200 guests in the church social hall like flowers were used Smart in an aqua suit with hat to match was the bride whose cor- MARRIAGE LICENSES Duane LeRoy Brown Albion and Virginia Ann Verhaege St Edward Marshall Earl Maricle Albion and Ethel V Whitehom Albion John Ray Bader Albion t and Gladys Riecks Cedar Rapids sage of orchids was pinned to her shoulder Bom and reared in San Mateo was Emily daughter of Mr and Mrs A Van Valin of Wisnom Avenue She was an army nurse for four years was connected with the Mills hospital for some time BILL’S -BELLRINGERS Grapefruit Juice R & W 46 oz 33ct Blended Juice 46 oz 39c Orange Juice 46 oz 49c Tomato Juice 46 oz 29c Pumpkin Pie Spice : 10c Peas and Carrots No 2 can 20c Pop Corn bulk yellow : Lb 10c Old Dutch Cleanser 2 cans 15c v ASK FOR S & H GREEN STAMPS BILL’S ©flfiwffftais O A Native of Boone County O World War n Veteran O Graduate of Albion High School a -r y - v A — O Graduate of Creighton University O Republican 3 O Schooled for the Position Your Vote and Support Appreciated In the November 5 General Election l: id A v ' and more recently -Was a visiting nurse with" the - Red - Cross J" - 1 - 'Only attendant to the bride Miss Lucy Hall ( wore a beige suit with yellow begonia corsage To ' view her daughter’s marriage Mrs Van Valin was in a navy blue sheer with corsage of pink begonias and Mrs Hobbs mother of the bridegroom wore a black and white ensemble with white begonia corsage ' Best man duties were performed by the brother of 'the bridegroom Paul Hobbs and seating the guests were Everett Carlson Lincoln Im-boden Donald Cole and Ruben Garrison I At the conclusion of a 10-day trip to Carmel-by-th e-sea the newly weds will live in San Leandro Mr Hobbs is the son of Mr and Mrs C E Hobbs of San Leandro formerly of Albion Nebr Among the guests at the ceremony was the aunt of the bride Mrs Esther Knapp of Nebraska who plans to spend the winter on the peninsula Snyder-Olson ’ A very lovely wedding took place at the Lutheran church on Sunday October 20 at 1:30 pm when Violet Snyder of Walla Walla Wash became the bride of Floyd “Ole” Olson of Walla Walla Wash Rev John Beckmann officiated at the single ring ceremony Mrs A P Henn sang two beautiful selections “I love You Truly” and “At Canaan the Lord Didst Appear” with Mrs Beckmann at the organ The bride was lovely in a grey pin stripe suit which matched that of the groom Her corsage of white roses was filled in with white net and tied with a white satin bow The bride’s attendant Miss Imo-gene Henn of Columbus wore a suit of black pin stripe with a corsage of yellow roses tied in matching colors The groom’s attendant Kenneth Henn wore an olive drab ‘suit with a white boutonniere Mr and Mrs Olson will leave Albion this week for their home in Walla Walla where “Ole” as he is known to all his Albion friends operates a barber shop at the Army Air Base at that place Before going to Washington “Ole” barbered here in Albion for many years Hallstead-Larson i A wedding of much interest to all Albionits was the wedding of Miss Rhoda Elizabeth Hallstead daughter of Mr and Mrs L L Hallstead of Lincoln formerly of Albion and Dr Sherwood L‘ Larson son of Mr' and" Mrs J P Larson of Omaha which was solemnized on Friday -October 11 at the First Presbyterian church Dr Arthur L Miller performed the ceremony The bride is a graduate of - the University - of '- Nebraska school of nursing and attended the Yale University school for visiting ’ nurses Dr Larson is a graduate of j the University of ' Nebraska college of medicine and a member of the Delta Tau Delta fraternity The young couple will reside in Chicago -— $ — Golden Wedding' - The home of ’Mr and Mrs H C Steiner was the scene of a lovely pffair when they held open house on 'their 50th wedding anniversary with the October 17 1946 Many beautiful decorated in keeping gifts and flowers were received! A Hallowe’en motif four tier wedding cake trimmed in — ’ 1 " gold formed the center piece The Family Reunion coffee service was presided over byl Members of the Whiting families Mrs Sam Nore Mrs Mable Ragan enjoyed a reunion on Sunday-Oct had charge of the guest book Mrs 20 Dinner was held in the Meth-Kenneth Peterson and Mrs Arthur' odist church parlors Members in-Saarem acted as hostesses ' j eluded: Mr and Mrs James Simon- At 5:00 o’clock Mr and Mrs H : son of Long Beach Calif Mr and C Steiner entertained fthe family J Mrs L E Whiting and two daugh-at the FairviewJHouse to a turkey ters of Columbus Mr and Mrs I dinner Those present at the dinner were Mr and Mrs Sam Nore and Milan Mrs Mable Ragan and Jean Mr and Mrs Floyd Nygren of Albion Mr and Mrs Harlan Steiner of Cheyenne Wyo Mrs Vera Earheart of Sacramento Calif Mr and Mrs Edward Pelc of Chi-! A Whiting of Chambers Mr and Mrs Joe Swanson and i family of Grand Island Mrs Mable Stevens of Chicago Mrs Olga Martin Mr and Mrs Robert Whiting Mrs Carrie Adamson Mr and Mrs Bert Morehead Mr and Mrs Melyin Atwater and Carol Rae Mr' and cago 111 Mr and Mrs Roswell Mrs Merlin Atwater Mr and- Mrs Steiner of Marengo Iowa Mr and R C Whiting and Lorraine Mrs Mrs LeRoy Steiner of Seward Mr and Mrs Paul Steiner and Paulette of Manhattan Kan Mr and Mrs H C Steiner wish to thank all' their many friends for helping them make this a memorable occasion School Board Entertains Faculty Members of the school board en- Emma Mattison Mr and Mrs A W Whiting and Mr and Mrs E W Atwater — $ — Junior Women’s Club Hears Lecture on Flower Arrangements The Junior Women’s i club was honored to t have Miss Blanche Peters give them a Very I interesting and educational lecture! on flower tertamed the school faculty at' a arrangements in her home Thurs- Mrs J S McNeil and Mrs Art Richards were welcomed into the club The hostess Mrs Gene Pie-per served a delicious buffet luncheon which was carried out in the flower motif - — r 4 WSCS Observes Sixth Birthday - On Wednesday October 16 the Woman’s Society of Christian Service observed its sixth anniversary in the Methodist - church parlors The service began with a beautiful stewardship worship service Mrs Ed Maricle lighted the candles on the altar with Mrs Lois Jouvenat playing soft music Mrs Maricle was assisted through the devotions by Mrs W W Bell and Mrs Jack Sherrill with Mrs Robert Nelson singing the solo - work Mrs Elvin McCone told of the havoc wrought to our buildings and institiutions by bombing in ' the Philippine Islands after which an offering was taken for Filipino relief Mrs Wilton then presented the Life Member who was chosen by the vote of the society Miss Elizabeth Bowman She gave a beautiful eulogy of her life Mrs Raymond Maricle pinned the Life 6:30 dinner held at Fairview House Thursday evening 'After dinner the group J went to the Rex theatre where they enjoyed the movie “Till the End of Time” B B Club Mrs T F Hyland was hostess to members" of the B B club at a 1:15 dessert on Thursday afternoon Two tables of bridge were played day evening Her beautiful living room was an ideal setting for the lecture Using mostly flowers from her own garden Miss Peters explained very effectively color harmony balance and the basic rules of good flower arrangement Mrs Wayne Mignery was the (program chairman j After the lesson the group left for the Gene Pieper home for the during the afternoon with Mrs C rest of their meeting (Three new a Blakely winning high score ’members -Mrs" Dale Anderson Membership badge on her The meeting closed with a memorial service for the departed members of the past year Mrs Hughes- Mrs 'Thompson Mrs Fannie Browder and Mrs Raymond Maricle had charge of this assisted by Mrs Roger Blatter who placed a flower when the names of the departed ones were called and sang an appropriate solo ' The ladies then went to the dining ‘room where the Esther Circle had prepared refreshments at a beautiful '"table decorated : with autumn leaves asters and tapers with a birthday cake of gold and white the colors of the Society Mrs Davis presided at' the“ punch bowl and Mrs Walters Cut and served the birthday-' cake 'Mrs Lois Jouvenat was chairman of the refreshment committee assisted by Mesdaxnes Carder Streeter ' Win-4 field Babcock Barnes and Potter CARD Of THANKS I want to thank all for gifts flowers and cards received while I was ilL My special thanks to Mrs George Wanek Mrs- Walter Wanek 2p Dorothy Larson Entertains Friends Miss Dorothy Ann Larson was hostess to 14 friends Friday evening after the Aurora-Albion football game The group went to the Larson home where the evening was spent in playing games after which a delicious lunch was served California Guests Honored Misses Grace and Alice Sillik were hostesses at dinner Sunday honoring Mr and Mrs James S Williamson and family of Los Angeles and Helen ' Myers of Santa Monica Other guests included Mr and Mrs Marvin Streeter and family of St Edward U-Go-I-Go Club Meets Mrs- Reuben Strpmsberg was hostess to members of the U-Go-I-Go Extension club on Thursday Oct! 17 Mrs Ted Redler and Mrs Ed Beierman gave a very interesting lesson on “Lighting the Home” At the close of the meeting the hostess assisted by Mrs Herman Bentjen served a delicious lunch Better Homes Club Better Homes club met on Monday at pm with Mrs Howard Glasgo-f gas hostess Mrs Bourn Tompkins gave a very ig lesson cm “Lighting the s (Formery Wilson Studio) OPENING November 4 O Portraiture distinctive j 1 o Glamour professional i O Weddings cherished i f O Brides radiantly lovely O Commercial clear cut 4 ” O Copies faithful jJ - j j 1 ! SPECIALIZING IN WEDDINGS (CANDID OR FORMAL) AND BABY PORTRAITURE THE BEST THAT MONEY) CAN BUY ? t T Y X I I and interes Home in as gene ! Mrs M jrson Honored Mrs! Vlvin Tisthammer and Mrs Harvei j Hansen were co-hostesses at a s iwer in honor of Mrs Dale Larson pee Cora Bygland on' Sunday at the Tisthammer home The afternoon was spent socially after 4 which a delicious lunch was served Mrs Larson received many lovely gifts" One O’clock Luncheon Monday Mrs Carroll Reid and Mrs G K Pittenger entertained several friends at a one o’clock luncheon on Monday afternoon at the Reid home The home was decorated in keeping with the Hallowe’en motif Bridge was played during the afternoon with Mrs J S McNeil Mrs S J Oliverius and Mrs Ker-j mit Mortensen receiving the honors I History and Art Club Mrs Frank Thompson was hos-! tess to members of the History and Art club on Tuesday afternoon Mrs Paul Rodwell conducted a short business meeting after which Mrs Thompson spoke a few words on Mississippi Mrs John Bach gave a very interesting talk on the work of USO Co-Hostesses at Party Mrs Howard Robinson and Miss Mary Butler were co-hostesses at a six-thirty dinner held at Fair-view House on Saturday evening The remainder of the evening was spent in playing bridge at the Robinson home with Miss Oraa Thompson and Mrs Louis Nore receiving the honors The Robinson home was prettily decorated with fall flowers J Mrs Jerald Harder Honored Mrs Jerald Harder was an honored guest at a shower given at the home of Mrs Oscar Samuf i-son in Newman Grove Friday afternoon The afternoon was spent socially r after which lovely refreshments were served The honoree received many lovely and useful gifts Mrs Elmer Harder of Albion was an out of town guest present 1 — Hostess to Delta Cards Mrs William Keeshan was hostess to members of the Delta Card chib Thursday evening Bridge was played at three tables with Mrs Jack Anderson and Mrs B J Robinson receiving the honors Mrs Louis Smoyer and Mrs Sally Howell were guests The home was cleverly decorated in keeping with the Hallowe’en motif At the close of the evening dessert was served Party Held at-Reid Home - ! Mrs Carroll Reid and Mrs G K Pittenger were co-hostesses at a one o’clock luncheon held at the Reid' home Saturday afternoon The afternoon was spent in playing bridge with Mrs C W Mc-Rnight Mrs Wm Cook and Mrs Otto Nelson of St Edward receiving the honors The home was Select the perfect gift for a man — the ever popular Ti-1 ' i ger-ey e Cameo se t m a handsome gold mounting STEINER’S t j Jewelry S v trv'-v ELECTION DAY— NOVEMBER 5 1946 VOTE FOR Y j F ''I' D L JOUVENAT for STATE LEGIS LjATlI RE 27th District — Antelope and Boone Counties $ Non-Political Ballot f i ’ His business and legal experience qualify him for the office s Landowner in two counties £ Lawyer at Petersburg Nebraska (Effective October 25 Thru SCREWBALL DAY) i r Dresses J 25 Dresses (including dresses priced to $2500) sizes 9-521 Screwball Special : !: 25 Dresses (values to $1295) sizes 9-46 Screwball Special 25 Children’s Dresses values to $350 19 Children’s Sweaters values to $350 Screwball Special 8US3 b i Year ’Mound Suits V- (Some with Matching Topcoats) 32 Women’s All Wool Suits values to $3995 y sizes 9-44 Screwball Special:! :!Y 4 Children’s Coats and Snowsuits sizes 1 to 9 QT Screwball-Special 11 ! - ' j - ' ‘ 1 : Children’s Coats and Snowsuits sizes 10 to 16 M Screwball Special x) You Will Say it is Screwy to Sell This Fine Merchandise at these Ridiculously Low Prices but We Have Pledged Ourselves to Cooperate with the SCREWBALL Campaign so ' ( s - i k J ’ lAe S±qjt£ erf lnniiiiniuiiiiiiiiniiiiHiHUiiiiiiiiiHiiiiiHiHiiiHiiniinHiiiHiiniiHHHnHniHHHHiihiHiiHiiiH'iuiiiiiiinniHiniiiii'i

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