Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on April 7, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, April 7, 1948
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'Mi WEDNESDAY, APRIL 7, IMS. Di -mer Local People bserve Golden Wedding. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE, IOWA dr. and Mrs. Roy H. McMartln crvcd their golden wedding an- pcrsary at their home in Jesup nday, April 4, with relatives psent for the day. Nellie Tatro and Roy H. McMar- , were married April 5, 1898, at Bmar by Rev. Parkins. jfhey resided on a farm near Cas- vmtil 1925, when they moved [Jesup. |lr. McMartin was employed by Jesup Creamery Co., until his feremeiit five years ago. fliere are four children, W. A. [Martin of Los Angeles, Calif.; H. W. Kistner of Arlington, teinia; Mrs. Earl G. Fisher and Inia McMartin of Jesup. There ten grandchildren arid three at-grandchildren. tf. and Mrs. S. A. Green of Casa spent Monday in the McMar- home at Jesup. Ludwig ring cere- enice Hangartner y feds Duane Thompson/ \ ir. jincl Mrs. Alpha Hangartner ounce the marriage of their <>hter, Glenice June, to Duane 'hompson of Postville. The wed: was solemnized on March 23, hree o'clock in the afterjjp_on at f Decorah Lutheran church.~"TThe . M. A. Egge react' the double ceremony, he couple was attended by Miss nna Osmundson of Clermont, I Verdcll Hulbert of Wadena, [iter a short wedding trip Mr. Mrs. Thompson will be at in Clermont, where the bride nployed in the Farmers Savings ; and the bridegroom is an em- ke of the REA in Postville. cal People Attend [h Wedding Dinner. r. and Mrs. John O. Meyer of an, former Postville residents, irved their 56th wedding anni- ary Sunday, a picnic dinner be- served at noon. veral local people attended the it, tit which were present Mrs. id Meyer, Mrs. Eda Meyer, Mr, Mrs. Frank Sebastian and il Ann Schutte of Postville; Mr. Mrs. Ed Goeke of Decorah; Mr. Mrs. Simon Prandt of WaukVm; and Mrs. Lawrence Meyer and ily of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Clif- Slevens and family of Cresco; and Mrs. Lloyd Meyer and iy, Albert Meyer of Ridgeway. Misses Margery Thoma and ne Plaht were at Decorah on taess last Saturday. Maxine Appel Weds N E. Suddendorf Tuesday. /MiglUVIaxinc Appel, daughter of Mr; and Mrs. Otto Appel, and Eugene Suddendorf, son of Mrs. Martha Suddendorf, of Farmersburg, were united ' in marriage Tuesday afternoon at two o'clock in St. PayVs Lutheran church, of Post- Iville. ) Rev. Frederick R, TaeTformed the double mony. Preceding the ceremony Miss Vivian Appel, sister of the bride, sang, "Because," and Lyle Groin, schoolmate of the bride, sang the "Lord 's Prayer" during the ceremony. Mrs. Ludwig presided at the organ. She wore a white formal and a corsage. • The bride, who was given jn marriage by her father, wore a white satin wedding gown with lace insertions ending in a long train. It had a sweetheart neckline and long sleeves which tapered to a point at the wrists. Her fingertip veil was of white net, edged in lace and fell from a beaded halo. She carried a shower bouquet of pink and white roses tied with a large white satin bow, with sweetpea streamers. Her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Vivian Appel, sister of the bride, was maid of honor and she wore a blue floor length gown with a white shoulder-length veil, and carried an arm bouquet of ( nations. Miss June Saueressig, cousin of the bride, and Mrs. Kenneth Suddendorf, sister-in-law of the bridegroom, were bridesmaids. They wore pink and yellow floor-length gowns with matching shoulder- length veils. Both carried colonial bouquets. The bridegroom was attended by his brother, Robert, as best man and Kenneth Suddendorf and Marvin Muchow were ushers. All of the bridegroom's attendants wore white carnation boutonnieres. , The bride's mother wore an aqua dress with black and white accessories, and the bridegroom's mother wore a blue dress with navy blue accessories. Both ladies wore pink and white corsages. The bride's grandmother wore a black dress, and also wore a corsage. Following the ceremony, a reception was held in the church parlors for 50 guests. The tables were decorated in blue, pink and yellow, the bride's chosen colors, and a three-tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and bridegroom formed the centerpiece. Those serving were Mrs. Fred Groth, Mrs. Vernon Brouillet and Mrs. Ted Anderson. Table waitress- ses were Mrs. Robert Coobs, Mrs. Donald Montour, Mrs. Duane Thompson and Miss Jane Appel. Supper for the bridal party was given in the Appel home and a shower held in the evening in Postville Memorial Hall. PAGE FIVE. The bride chose a navy blue dress with while accessories as her going away outfit. After a short wedding trip the couple will live in Postville where both are employed. Mrs. Suddendorf graduated from Postville high school, while Mr. Suddendorf attended the Monona schools. Grand Meadow Club Meets With Mrs. Bruns. The Grand Meadow Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Fred Bruns last Thursday afternoon, with 22 members present. Mrs. Don White was a guest at the meeting. The following program was carried out: The Lord's Prayer in unison; roll call answered by giving a joke; birthday song for Mrs. Harold Brewer, it being "The Old Rugged Cross." The aster was chosen as the club's flower for this year, and "America" was named as the closing song of the club for the year. Mrs. Enoch Mork gave a reading, "Spring Poems," and Mrs. Wm. Kugel's reading was entitled "Dont's on Electricity." Mrs. Ed Looney presented a paper on "The Case of Stassen." A contest given by Mrs. Albert Backhaus, "Do You Know Your Cars?" was won by Mrs. Henry Oldag. Lunch was served to the group at the conclusion of the meeting by the hostess and it was announced that the next meeting would be held May 6 at the home of Mrs. Keith Carlson. Selina Olson Weds Lorando Embretson. p— •'\ k •'• j. On" Saturday.- .'April 3, at two o'clock in the afternoon, Miss Selina Olson, only 'daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ole E. Olson of Postville, became the bride of Lorando M. Embretson, youngest son of Mary, Embretson of Farmersburg. Rev. S. J. Strandjord, pastor of the Marion Lutheran church, officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mrs. .Henry Vellersven played the nuptial music and accompanied the soloists. Miss Hildur Opsand sang "I Love You Truly" before the ceremony and Mrs. Woodrow Reed sang "Because" after the ceremony. The bride was given in marriage by her father. She wore an ivory satin gown, fashioned with a sweetheart neckline and long train. Her fingertip veil of illusion net was held in place by a beaded tiara embroidered over satin to match her gown. Her only jewelry was a gold locket, a gift from the bridegroom. Her bouquet was of calla lilies and ferns. The bride's sisters-in-law served as her attendants, Mrs. Harry Olson of Green Bay, Wis., as matron of honor, and Mrs. Milton Olson of Postville as bridesmaid. They wore dresses of white sheer over taffeta. The matron of honor and bridesmaid carried bouquets of yellow and peach roses. The bridegroom was attended by his only brother, Waldo Embretson, as best man, and Burton Thorson as groomsman. Ushers were Ken- e'relnAMess I Remodeling operations are progressing rapidly |rt our store ... but until we're straightened ground we hope our customers will bide with .. we'll serve you the best we can . . . and khen our store is finished we hope you'll like [he new arrangements. HUEBNER'S General Merchandise GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS • 'Chase & Sanborn and Richelieu Coffee, lb 47c EED POTATOES |We have now on hand the following CERTIFIED SEED POTATOES EARLY OHIOS COBBLERS HIPPEWAS SEBAGOES TRIUMPHS WARBAS ONTIACS GREEN MOUNTAINS Betty Crocker Apple Pie Quick, Special 35c Dietaro Brand Peaches & Cherries in water_35c A GREAT BUV FOR DIABETICS Northern Diced Rutabagas, um, delicious—17c Red Dot Salted Peanuts, a jumbo bag 23c Cigarettes, all brands, per carton. .$1.69 Meadow Gold Ice Cream— Gal._$1.95; V 2 Gal._$1.00; Quart_55; Pint_30c Everybody likes Ice Cream . . . And at these prices it's super delicious. Take some home! Sunkist Oranges—2 dozen for only 35c AS SWEET AS NATURE MADE 'EM! Winesap Apples—5 pound bag for only _45c THERE ARE NONE BETTER! , Rocky Del Soda Pop—2 Quart Bottles_____15c A regular 15c seller. Pop Corn—A big jumbo bag for_ ___10c ••' Try our Automatic Minit Popper and be convinced. It is the best money can buy! Bologna—Finest Smoked Variety, lb.——39c • Lard—Oscar Mayer's Best, per pound——27c ••••••••••••••••• WE HAVE ENROUTE WO CARS RED COMET COAL Leave your orders with us now ! Minced Ham—You'll like it's flavor, pound—39c Red Triumph Potatoes, 10 lb. bag— 59c Texan Juice Oranges—A big bag for 59c Dust Pans—A few dandies left at— —10c he Farmers Store j Evans, Manager Telephone No. 231 I Texan Grapefruit Juice—Giant can for—-19c I Lettuce—Giant Iceberg, all you want, head— 9c • Nabisco—100% Bran—Good for you 19c Be Sure And Visit Our 10c Counter— The counters are getting bigger and the bargains are simply scrumptiously terrific. SAVE YOUR GOLD-BOND STAMPS—They are your daily 2 per cenf Discount for Cash. GLEN J. JARMES' JUMBOS OF POSTVILLE Telephone No. 247 neth Olson and Randolph Reierson, cousins of the bridegroom, and Telmer and Harry Olson brothers of the bride. Virginia Landsgard, cousin of the bride, served as flower girl. , She wore a floorlength dress of net over white satin and carried a basket of sweetpeas. James Engelhardt, cousin of the bridegroom, was ringbearer. He carried the rings on a heart-shaped pillow made of white satin and lace. The bride's mother wore a teal blue dress with black accessories, and the bridegroom's mother chose a' rose colored i dress with white ac cessories. Their corsages were of yellow roses and sweetpeas. The only decoration was two bouquets of peach gladiolas and white snapdragons placed on the altar. Reception at Church. At the reception in the church parlors Miss Delores Bergan and Mrs. Gunnar Landsgard cut and served the wedding cake. Mrs. Hilda Dunserud and Mrs. Rosina Anderson, aunt and cousin of the bride, poured coffee at the table. Waitresses were Jeanette Loftsgard, Bernita Landsgard, Marlene Embretson, Lavanda Bergan and Glenda Landsgard. ' The bride is a graduate of Postville high school and attended Elkader Junior College and State Teachers College at Cedar Falls. She has taught in rural schools near home and at the Consolidated School in Fayette. The bridegroom is a graduate of Elkader high school and Junior College. Since gradu- =7= ation he has been farming the home place. After the reception the couple left on a short wedding trip. They will make their home on the bridegroom's farm near Farmersburg. • Mr. and Mrs. Robert Dinan and Jean of St. Olaf, Mr. and Mrs. L. D. Smith of Elkader and Mr. and Mrs. Fred J. Miller were dinner guests Sunday in the home of the Schultz sisters. Triple Observance At Cloy Lawson Home. Saturday marked the 36th wedding anniversary of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Lawson as well as the birthday anniversary of Mrs. Lawson and her son, Cloy, observed his birthday the day before. In honor of the event the Fred Lawsons were entertained at dinner Friday evening in the Mr. and Mrs. Cloy Lawson home. NOTICE! To: All the Officers, Directors and Members of the Allamakee Chapter Of the Iowa War Chest Inc.: A Special Meeting of this above designated Chapter will be held in the City Hall Assembly Room in Waukon, Iowa, at 8:00 o'clock p. m., Thursday, April 8, 1948, for the purpose of voting upon the disposition of the balance of funds on hand and for such other business as may come before such meeting. Warren Hayes, President. Al P. Hummel, Secretary. 0 A Big Jumbos Combined fc V — COUNT 'EM ! — A GIGANTIC CIRCUS PARADE OF BARGAINS EVERY DAY OF THE YEAR I Here's one thing you can always bank on—you save more money at HAROLD'S—get more of everything you like in food . . . more quality . . . more variety . . . more good eating—at a lower cost. Seeing is believing, and you'll see convincing proof in every department of our modern market. So fatten up your piggy bank on a steady diet of the extra savings you get ,here every day, and watch how they add up to dollars saved. 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