Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 3, 1947 · Page 4
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 4

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, December 3, 1947
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THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVILLE. IQWA PAGE FIVE. IDi_ rir neck ferid TSlJ ipKuhse, daughter of Mr. a ed Kuhsc, and Churles F> $n of Mr. and Mrs. Milo Fcil- »of Postville wore united r last Wednesday mornin »en o'cloek.Jii_Sk»-Ew* 1 ' churchy The Rev. Fred- -udwig read the double ice, while Mrs. Ludwig the nuptial music and also ne accompaniment for Mrs. Everman when she sang ' and "Oh, Perfect Love." Bride wore a gown of ivory nioned princess style with liheart neckline trimmed The long sleeves of the ue to a point at the wrists. Iwas of net with a crown of arls. She wore a pearl I which was a gift from the 6m and she carried a bou- lite chrysanthemums and ES to which was attached of ribbons and ferns. |etty Ann Folsom, sister of Dgroom, served as maid of ier gown was of blue taf- sweetheart neckline and Iddress. Her corsage was '.flowers. (Ann Peterson, niece of the grved as flower girl. She bse colored dress ^of taffeta, [with net, and she carried Kathleen Looney Weds PecMaa nn Th^jiijsgiying. /Pink and white chrysanthemums decorated the altar of St Bridget's Catholic church in this city at nine o'clock in the morning of Thanksgiving day when nuptial vows were r~t>exchanged between Kathleen Loon- ld cy, R. N., daughter Qf Mrs. Helen 1" Looney, and Sanla De Marini, son of Mrs. Adeline De Marini, of eoria, 111. The Re«rTrancTrX"VaTlJ«Jcr. 6t- • a mlMp. bouquet of flowers in a j white fferocheted basket trimmed Ittfflth Jllfk ribbons. 1 T*Xt3?( Evans, nephew of the j_ arfdeil®Dm, was the ringbearer. He *rried|lhe rings on an ivory satin MU$»kttapi d pillow, trimmed with jink ribb' • s and lace. s4ttW^Cuhse, brother of the bride, iqripiBlV best man, while the ush- Tl 1||§§& Roger Kuhse and Marvin UoCsW nephews of the bride, and tomltt Folsom, brother of the Wi<k*fOom. AJtaT 'the ceremony a wedding bntWT has served to 80 guests at fta.bome of the bride where the Hjtoirifihosen colors of pink, white Kty^ Uue were employed to decor- ifc* B« bridal party's table. A Htwiwered wedding cake formed hi aanterpiece and a miniature frfde »ild groom adorned the top tfvtfae Cake. ptafVlng as hostesses at the dinner ' Mfv Mirs. Bertha Schroeder, Mrs. 4lBOiC Meyer and Mrs. Ethel id **«». Bunts of the couple. The t ^-mmBes were Mary Schultz, Mrs. " JpJtf ( SWinters, Marie Meyer, Jean HHM^, Margcnelle and Jeanette 'IB* the evening a shower and dance were held, in honor ^buple in Memorial Hall, wedding trip to Madison, couple will live on a farm Stville. ficiated at the double ring ceremony. Miss Barbara Abernethy played the processional and also accompanied Miss Marion Sonnkalb who sang "Ave Maria" and Pontus Angelicus." . The bride wore a gown of ivory slipper satin, fashioned with a full skirt, sweetheart neckline and leg-o-mutton sleeves. Her fingertip length veil of French illusion fell from a satin julien cap. She wore a strand of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom, and carried a bouquet I of white calla lillies and talisman I roses. Miss Dorothy Looney, sister of the bride, was maid of honor. She wore a gown of coral velvet, fashioned identically with that worn by the bride. Her cap was of coral velvet with a short veil, and she wore long white gloves and carried a bouquet of white roses. Joseph De Marini, brother of the bridegroom, served his brother as best man, while Edward Looney and Glen Arrenholtz, cousins of the bride, were the ushers. Mrs. Looney, the bride's mother, wore dark wool, while the bridegroom's mother was attired in black. Both wore corsages of white gardenias. A wedding breakfast was served at Memorial Hall to 116 guests after the ceremony. Later a reception was held at the bride's home where the table appointments were pink candles and a three-tiered wedding cake. • ' Mrs. De Marini was graduated from Postville high school with the class of 1942. Later she attended Elkader Junior College and gradu-; ated from St. Mary's school of mjrsing at Rochester, Minn., in 1946. Since that time she has been doing private nursing at Minneapolis, Minn., and in St.* Francis hospital. Peoria, 111. Mr. De Marini graduated from the Peoria public schools and since then has been engaged in business in his home city. The couple will be at home in Peoria after a two week's wedding trip to New Orleans, La., and other southern cities. Out of town guests present for the wedding were Mr., and Mrs. J. A. McKernan and family of Preston, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Ambrose McKernan and family of Decorah, Mr. and Mis. Claude McCullouch and family of LaQesboro, Minn., Mr. and Mrs. Wm. McTaggart, Mr. and Mrs. Ole Embretson and Mrs. Ella Looney of Elkader, Mr. and Mrs. Steve Madalozo, Mr. and Mrs. Glen Arrenholtz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Knoll and family and Mrs. Adeline De Marini f Peoria, 111;,- Mr. and Mrs. Joe e Marini of. Pekin, 111., Mr. and rs. Clem Dunn and Mrs. Matt Titer of Waterloo, Mr. and Mrs. [J. B. Cramley and family and Mr. and Mrs. George Palmer of Oel- kvein, Dr. J. C. Dunn of Cedar Rapids, Mr. and Mrs. Eddie Mont- ivill of Chicago, 111., and Mike Upton of Dubuque. The farm home of Mr. and Mrs. Arbe Behrens saw the following come as dinner guests Thanksgiving day: Mr. and Mrs. William Leui, Mr. and Mrs. Louis L. Hill and Louis, Jr., Mrs. Mate Welzel and Frank Dulong. Sunday Dinner Guests. The following came to the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ernst Sunday to give Mr. Ernst a surprise party, the occasion being his birthday anniversary which occurred on Saturday: Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Ruckdaschel and Mr. and Mrs. Albert Lubke. Cards were played after the picnic supper, prizes going to Mr. and Mrs. Ernst and Mr', and Mrs. Ruckdaschel. At the Mr. and Mrs. A. W. Bush home dinner/ guests on Sunday included Mr. and Mrs. Jack Bush of Northwood and Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Horgan. (Additional Society News on page two) Glenn J. Jarmes' 10 Big Weekly Jumbos JUMBO NO. 1— Closing Out Our Complete Stock of ROCKY DELL BEVERAGES Big 24 oz. bottles—regular 15c seller Per Bottle—9c 2 Bottles—17c Stock up for Christmas at this Bargain Price! s Ipbandby Food Sale j st«t; SEEKERS : DECEMBER 5 and 6 • "llfStiiidby Red Alaska Salmon, 1 lb. tall can—59c • ^flnpefruit Sections, 2 No. 2 cansJ 29c • 1 arlfip c ''' , y Strawberry Preserves, 21 oz. jar~43c Z % Quality Macaroni or Spaghetti, 2 lb. pkg 29c • v/||fHUfclen Golden Corn^ 2 No. 2 cans 35c • lex, y z gallon for 27c : ndby Peaches, Halves or Slices, • INo. 2 l / 2 size can for— . 29c • Bj ^ff ney ' s Pantrv Pities, 2 big 16 oz. jars—43c • JUMBO NO. 2— OLD GOLD POCKET 40's CIGARETTES, at only. 39c Convenient For Pocket, Purse, Office or Home. Buy Here And Save.' JUMBO NO. 3— POP—ALL FLAVORS Per case at only Featuring Blegen's "76" and Plymouth Rock Beverages. 98c JUMBO NO. 4- CIGARETTES—All Brands, per carton only Think of it—only §1-73 per carton — Why pay more? $1.73 JUMBO NO. 5— YELLOW CLING PEACHES, Halves, Gallon size, only THIS IS A REAL JUMBO BARGAIN! 79c • JUMBO NO. 6— HEINZ FAMOUS CATSUP, Come and get all you want at. 24c to** bpefruit, large size, per dozen——_ 35c jperor Grapes, 2 pounds ^ i25c fecal Celery, per bunch 17c d Lettuce, 2 nice heads for : 25c •Boy Rutabagas, per pound——— 6c kist Calif. Oranges, large size, dozen—39c irado Winesap Apples, per basket——$2.89 I ................ !A Complete Line of Christmas Trees Get Yours Now! Ihe Farmers Store JUMBO NO. 7— Jarmes' Jumbo Peanut Headquarters' JUMBO PEANUTS—Our Own Brand, per pound only 25c These are the finest peanuts you've ever eaten. Ask the guys and gals who have eaten them. Fresh roasted daily. JUMBO NO. 8— VEGETABLE JUICE COCKTAIL Standby, Big 46 oz. can for— ?7c The healthiest drink on earth at the most stupendous saving in northeastern Iowa. 19c L Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 JUMBO NO. 9— FAMOUS DUTCH COCOA—Van Houten's, Small size for ._. BIG SIZE FOR ONLY 35c The leader in fine Cocoas. One you can't afford to pass up at this price. Use Van Houten's and see the difference! Besides—Cocoa is scarce — everywhere ! JUMBO NO. 10— LINAL SOAP POWDER—Iowa's Own Soap! Special at only—. This soap has a famous hand lotion ingredient and it has to be used to be appreciated. Soaps are up over a week ago and aren't stopping Just yet! Stock up at this saving! 29c DON'T FORGET—WE GIVE YOU GOLD BOND STAMPS with every cash purchase and cash on account. BE THRIFTY—SAVE THESE AND TURN THEM INTO CASH! THE BEST PROFIT-SHARING SYSTEM IN THE BUSINESS TODAY! GLENN J. JARMES :i (J is for Jumbo) ... %;Gi"eat Friendly Little Store" ^ Drastic Reduction ON ALL OF OUR Better Dresses Right now, with the winter season opening, we offer you big savings on all of our new stock of high grade Dresses. Just look at the savings you will make at these prices: $ 7.98 Dresses, now $ 4.98 $ 8.98 Dresses, now $ 5.98 $ 9.98 Dresses, now $ 6.98 $10.98 Dresses, now $ 7.98 $12.98 Dresses, now $ 8.98 $15.98 Dresses, now $10.98 As seen in Junior Bazaar A Few Gift Suggestions In Our Stock: SCARFS MEN'S SHIRTS 1 Gloves and Mittens We have them in fancy They are here in the You will enjoy giving patterns for gifting popular "Wing" Brand, these to the Miss or Mrs. this Christmas. for dress or sport wear. In a wide selection. HOSIERY Handkerchiefs Lounging Pajamas Women and young wo- Here's the acceptable In fancies and plains- „„„ JUU „ 6 gjft for the ladies at all Hankies make an ideal men will love you more times, but more especial- gift from our large if you get them one of ly at Christmas. stock." these fine garments. HUEBNER'S

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