Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 28, 1948 · Page 6
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 6

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, January 28, 1948
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PAOB nx. CAST ALIA WEDNESDAY, JANnftjJ Engelhardt-Brandt Nuptials. Marlus Jean Engelhardt, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Edwin Engelhardt. and Robert Brandt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, weite married Sunday evening at seven o 'clock in a candlelight service in Zion Lutheran church. .. The Rev. L. R. Meinecke performed the double ring ceremony. Miss Arlene Engelhardt, sister of the bride, served as maid of honor; Zonna Stee, cousin of the bride, and Gloria Peterson of Minneapolis, were the bridesmaids. Attendants of the bridegroom were Nanfred Meyer, Leon Evefman and Robert Hager. Sue Walima of Minneapolis served as flower girl: Roger Engelhardt, brother of the bride, was ringbearer, and ushers were Blaine Jones of Decorah, and Eugene Schroeder. Soloists were Elaine Everman, who sang, "The Lord's Prayer," and Louis Karap, who sang "O Promise Me." Florence Meyer presided at the organ. Given in marriage' by her father, the bride was attired in a white slipper satin gown featuring a high neckline and tight sleeves coming to a point at the wrists, with peplum the long train and the short veil was held in place by a tiara of pearls. Her flowers -were pink and white roses, with streamers of sweet peas. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, the gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor wore a dress of rose taffeta: Miss Stee's was of yellow sheer and Miss Peterson's was an aqua marquisette dress. The flower girl wore a pink net over pink satin, with pink velvet bows and a tiara of pink flowers in her hair. She carried a lace basket of sweet peas. The rincfbearer wore a white suit and carried a white satin pillow. The candle-lighters, Lloyd Brandt, brother of the bridegroom, and John Brandt, his cousin, wore white robes and black bow ties. Miss Everman. the soloist, wore a turquoise crepe formal with matching fingerless elbow gloves. All of the bride's attendants carried yellow and white chrysanthemums. The mothers of the bride and bridegroom wore corsages of pink roses and sweet peas, while the grandmothers had corsages of pink carnations and sweet peas. After the ceremony a reception' was held in the church parlors for 225 guests. Table waitresses were Lolita Buddenberg. LaVonne Anfinson of Ossian and Lois Hegland of West Union, and serving at the bridal party's table were Lorna Eide of West Union. Delores Holly and Fern Marting of Monona. Mrs. Arno Engelhardt of Postville acted as dining hostess. The dining room was decorated in pink, aqua, yellow and white, The bridal table was in pink and white, with a three-tiered wedding cake decorated with pink roses and surmounted by a bride and .groom forming the centerpiece. The couple left after the re ception on a honeymoon trip to southern states and upon their return will be at home a mile north of Castalia. The bride is a graduate of Post ville high school with the class of 1947. She has been a clerk in the stores of her home town. The bridegroom graduated from Castalia high school and was employed by Rath's in Waterloo until accepting a position as trucker for the Carnation company in Castalia. Out of town guests included Sivert Hegland of Buxton, No. Dak., Mrs. Mary Husingia, Mrs. Marvin Roberts, Mrs. Grace Walima and daughter, Sue, and Gloria Peterson of Minneapolis.; Mr. and Mrs. Robert Rowland, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Rowland and Mr. and Mrs. Giles Blietz of Garnavillo, as well as others from Monona, Luana, Decorah, Postville, West Union and Clermont. IMJlillllllllllillllllilllillllillllllllllllllllllllllllilllllillllllllllllllllllllllllllE ATTENTION FARMERS PLACE YOUR ORDERS FOR CERTIFIED CLINTON OATS AND THE NEW MINDO OATS at present prices while the sap- ply lasts. Shipments will be made soon. Clinton $3.25 Mindo___$4.25 Prices subject to change at any time. EMIL LEMBKE MONONA, IOWA Telephone: Luana 219-F-616 Castalia School News, The school purchased a projector with the circus prize money. So far, we have enjoyed two films, the Christmas Story," and a unit on forest conservation. We plan to build a film library for the different subjects. The school contributed, $4.60 to the Homeless Children's Fund of Iowa. New books have been received from the state traveling library. These books are for the public and can be had at any time at the school house. Primary Room. Due to illness, we had only seven people neither absent or tardy. They were Lloyd Brandt, Danny Schultz, Donald Schnuelle, Nancy Rear, Lois Everman and Marline Monroe. Our room welcomes Nancy Ewing, formerly from Waukon. Nancy is in the second grade. Our rooni now has 28 pupils. Those receiving A in spelling were Karen Kamp, Roberta Kneeskern, Shirley Larkin and Danny Schultz. Our second and third grade have a store. They chose the name, "The Little Red Store." Our visitors were Lynn Ewing, Gloria Schultz and Mrs. Harry Larkin. Intermediate Room. Our room has nearly completed its science unit on oil. We have made miniature oil fields to repre sent the types used in the past as well as the kind that is used today. The committee working on the field of the past is John Brandt, chairman, Jerry Schweinefus, James Everman, Ray Schnuelle, Jack Hager and Lyle Kneeskern. The present- day field is being made by Dick Marsh, chairman, Fielden Monroe, Robert Eberling, Charles Schultz and Ronnie Rear. The girls are making the signs, charts, and a display of products made from oil. Leota Rawson is the only pupil having a perfect spelling record this six weets. The following pupils have been neither absent or tardy all six weeks: Robert Eberling, Leota Rawson. John Hager, James Everman, Rose Marie Monroe, Ronnie Rear and Ray Schnuelle. The pupils who have had perfect attendance all year were Robert Eberling, Leota Rawson, John Hager, James. Everman and Rose Marie Monroe. DANCE! MATTERS BALLROOM — DECORAH SATURDAY, JAN. 31 VIKING ACCORDION BAND WEDNESDAY, FEB. 4 Seventh and Eighth Grades. Marlys Meyer had perfect spelling this Inst six weeks. Wayne Everman has been neither absent nor tardy this period. Marlin Schutte, Jo Ann Schutte, Wayne' Everman and Kay Brown have returned dental cards. New class officers are as follows: Ehvyn • Stee, president; Eddie Schnuelle, vice president, and Carol Schweinefus, secretary. Last Wednesday we had a farewell courtesy for Marlin and Jo Anne Schutte who are moving to Postville. Each one wrote a limerick and presented each of them with a book of limericks as a remembrance. We are sorry to have Jo Anne and Marlin leave but we hope we'll hear from them often. At the close of the party the new class officers served cake and cocoa. We have been studying percentage in arithmetic and have just completed the three kinds of per cent problems. ZION LUTHERAN CHURCH L. R. Meinecke, Pastor Saturday, Jan; 31—8:45 a. m., Confirmation instruction. Sunday, Feb. 1—9:30 a. m., Sunday School. 10:30 a. m., Morning worship. 8 p. m., Luther League meeting. Refreshments by Arlene Engelhardt, Ellen Svendsen, Eugene Szabo and Daryl Sampson. Entertainment by Gwen Schroeder, Merle Meyer and Lolita Buddenberg. Topic by Betty Schroeder\ Tuesday, Feb. 3 —8 p. m., Church Council. Thursday, Feb. 5 —2 p. m., Ladies' Aid. Hostesses for the day are Mrs. Lena Perry and Mrs. Thos. Monroe. Sunday, Feb. 8 —10:30 a. m., Service for the lowering of the service flag in the church. Servicemen will attend in a body. Mr. and Mrs. Robert Kneeskern returned home last week from their visit on the-west coast. Mrs. Harry Monsky returned home Thursday after a visit in the Johnny Gardner home at Clear Lake. Guests over the weekend in the Walter Brandt home were Mrs. Mary Husingia, Mrs. Marvin Roberts, Mrs. Grace Walima and Sue, and Gloria Peterson, all of Minneapolis, Minn. The P. T. A. meeting to be held Jan. 23, was postponed and will be Friday, Jan. 30, at the school house. The refreshments slips issued last week are to be used this week— please note!' Guests in the Edwin Engelhardt home Sunday were Gloria Peterson of Minneapolis, Delores Holly and Fern Marting of Monona, and Mr. and Mrs. Arno Engelhardt. Little Michael Ernest, infant son of Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Harvey, passed away at the Postville Hospital early Monday morning, Jan. 26. Little Michael was born Dec. 11, 1947, at the Postville Hospital. Mrs. Valder Meyer and sons entertained at dinner Saturday evening the following guests: Mrs. Mary Husingia, Mrs. Marvin Roberts, Sue Walima and Gloria Peterson, all of Minneapolis; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Brandt, Robert and Lloyd, and Marlus Engelhardt. A sizeable cut in beef output in 1948 is likely, says Francis Kutish, Iowa State College farm economist. He thinks the decline will be even greater than in pork, with the result that cattle prices again may be high in relation to hog prices. LUANA Kishman Heads Co-Op. W. H. Kishman was reelected president of the Luana Cooperative Society at their meeting held recently. William Doerring, Sr., was renamed vice president, and William Radloff a director. Harlen Heins was chosen a director, replacing Emil Aulerich. Other directors are Elmer Mohs, Ed Doerring, Joe Walter and Paul Krueger. Cemetery Meeting;. Karl Erb was reelected president of St. John's Lutheran church cemetery association of Luana at the annual meeting held in the church parlors last week. W. F. Landt was reelected vice president, and Henry Schrader, secretary. Leska Martins was chosen a trustee for two years, succeeding Walter Knuth. Paul Krueger was reelected a trustee for two years. I LUANA HI-SPY I 1 J First and Second Grades. The second grade had a vocabulary test in reading this week. Donnabelle Mueller, Kenneth Neverman, James Snively and Donna Mae Walz had one hundred and Keith Doerring, Erma Jean Miene and Leighton Smith missed only one word. Donald Stadtmiller and Ronald Daubenmier have been absent all week. Third and Fourth Grade. Merle Gordon, in the fourth grade, celebrated his birthday January 20 by giving treats to the third and fourth grade pupils. We all sang "Happy Birthday" for him, as this is our custom when someone has a birthday. ' The third grade pupils are studying money and the fourth grade pupils are studying multiplication. The fourth grade students are learning some rules about the use of the.comma and apostrophe. Fifth and Sixth Grades. Rosie Brown and Ruth Panncke had perfect attendance for the first semester. Due to an oversight their names were omitted from the list last week. Miss Grimes of West Union will be the teacher in fifth and sixth grades beginning next week. She will take the place of Mrs. Walker who has resigned. Honor Roll. The honor roll for the first semester is as follows: Those with an "A" average: Seniors, Donnafred Wagner, 4 A's; Shirley Hinman, 3 A's and 1 B. Sophomores, Darlene Wagner, 3 A's and 1 B; Beverly Nelson, 3 A's and 1 B. Those with a "B" average: Juniors, Elaine Doerring, 2 A's and 2 B 's; Ruth Miller, 2 A's and 2 B's. Sophomore, Ardyth Wagner, 1 A and 3 B's. Freshmen, Jacquelyn Doerring, 2 A's and 2 B's; Billy Landt, 1 A and 3 B's: Richard Russett, 2 A's and 2 B's; Ronald Schrader, 4 B's. v Basketball. The Luana male quintet has the splendid record of 11 wins and 1 loss. Friday night they traveled to Garnavillo to meet the team who caused them their only ioss. The Luana girls' team have a record of 5 wins and 4 losses. H SPECIAL Sal orse e Due to the requests of many farmers in this vicinity who have horses for sale we will hold a Special Horse Sale at the Ossian Sales Pavilion Saturday, Jan. 31 Starting at 12:30 P. M. Sharp We will have buyers here for all classes of SLAUGHTER HORSES, MATCHED TEAMS SHETLAND PONIES, SOUTHERN MARES DON'T BE AFRAID TO BRING IN THE GOOD ONES WE WILL HAVE A MARKET FOR THEM! OSSIAN SALES COMMISSION E. L. "Diz" DEAN, Auctioneer GEO J.. SCHATZ, : Ringman FRANKVILLE V . — — Mr. and Mrs. F. T. Bulman of Waukon were callers at (he Arthur Brandt home Saturday evening. Dean Kneeskern of Preston, Minn., spent Sunday with Ms pnr- ents, Mr. and Mrs. Roy Kneeskern. I. R. Hughes left last Wednesday for Sand Point, Idaho, where he will make an extended visit with his sister, Mrs. Van Curler. Mr. and v Mrs. Gilbert Handberg of Canton. Minn., spent several days at the home of their son and family, Mr. and Mrs. Melville Handberg. George Allen attended the dedication of the altar frame for his brother, Ray Allen's, memorial painting at the U. B. Church in Castalia Sunday afternoon, Jan. 18. Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Lindcr- baum and two children of near Luana were supper guests at the Perlie Cook home Thursday evening after attending the ladies' aid meeting in the afternoon. The Springfield Chore Boys held their monthly meeting at the home of Carlton Ruen on Monday evening. Two films were shown, one pertaining to trees and the other was on driving cars. Carlton's mother served a lunch. Mrs. Arthur Ruen and Mrs. Rachael Letchford will attend the leaders' training school, held at the community building in Decorah all day next Friday, Jan. 30. A specialist is coming from Ames to give the lesson on "Salads that Satisfy." Mr. and Mrs. James Normann of Waukon are the parents of a baby daughter born Wednesday morn-1 ing, January 21. The little girl j places Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern' of Waukon and Mr. and Mrs. Berger Norman of Leon in the grandparental class for the first time. Mrs. James Drew and Jiinmie of Decorah and Mr. and Mrs. Emmett Schroeder were supper guests at the Edna Bollman home Wednesday evening, The Drews are leaving Decorah next week to make their home in West Bend, Wis., where Mr. Drew is employed with the Gamble stores. The Frankville Study Club met at the home of Mrs. Daisy Kneeskern Tuesday evening. The topic of the lesson was "World Peace" and was given by Mrs. Charlotte Walby. The next meeting will be held February 20 at the home of Mrs. Walby. ••Religion" will be the subject mid Miss Sarah Miller will be the leader. Willing Workers group meetings were held at the homes of Mrs. Perlie Cook and Mrs. Keith Waters Thursday afternoon of last week. Group number one named Mrs. Fennimore Ambrose as chairman and Mrs. Carl Lclchlord, secretary. Group number two will have Mrs. Keith Waters for Mrs..Daisy Elvart willaeuj tary. Group number om j with Mrs. Leon Letchfort ber .two will meet with \ HiS&ns on Thursday:' February S. 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