Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on May 5, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, May 5, 1948
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WEDNESDAY, MAT 8, 1948. elcah Convention le Held Here Monday. jjeluih lodges from Decorah, |o, Monona, Waukon, Rossvjlle Postville will hold their an- convention here Monday. Mrs. Woodbury, Hebekah As- I ly of Iowa president, of es City, will be the principal i'. Delia Stone is convention pent; Hattie Weihe is vice Bent: Mrs. Glenn Olson, secre- and Mrs. Qrmn Schultz, lirer. The reception commit| composed of Mrs. Roger Har- _rs. Milo .Meyer, Mrs. Arthur tz and Mrs. Alvin Kahle. istration will take place at I 'cloek. The group will con- at 1:30, at which time Post cah Lodge, No. 48, will for- open the lodge. The con- fcn officers and 'the Assembly h will be introduced, and Laurence Hofer will give the tes of welcome. The response be made by a member of the |a lodge of Decorah. Then phases of the work of the in and unwritten work' of the will be exemplified. by the (i« lodges for the balance of jfternoon program. |5:30 p. m. a banquet will be in St. Paul's Lutheran h, to which all Rebekahs are |d. At 7:30 a program will be btcd. hli.ulit of the convention will conferring of the Rebekah on a class of ten candidates S 'cloclc. it through a Herald Want Ad, THE POSTVILLE HERALD, POSTVlCLE, IOWA PAGE FIVE. Herman Webb is Home With California Bride. [Herman D. Webb returned to Postville last Sunday night with his new bride, the former Mrs. Anna Kendall of Los Angeles, Calif., and the couple plan to spend tfye summer months at their home here. ! They were accompanied back* by Mr. and Mrs. A. E. Cornell, former Postville residents, who plan on visiting witht friends and relatives here for the next month. Mrs. Anna Kendall became the bride of H. D. Webb on March 24 in a wedding held at the United Brethren church at Long Beach, Calif. Rev. Ernest Beattie, pastor of the church and brother of the bride, conducted the ceremony. The bride was attended by Mr. and Mrs. Joe Bates, former Shannon City, Iowa, residents and now of Long Beach. The bride's daughter and husband, Mr. and Mrs. Earl Gwin, of Los Angeles were in attendance at the wedding. Mr. and Mrs. Webb and Mr.' and Mrs. A. E. Cornell left Los Angeles, early last week and drove to Postville, arriving Sunday evening. They came by way of the Grand Canyon, stopping for a tour of this world-famed scenic site. Dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Ben Erickson and family Sunday were Mr. and Mrs. Louis Amundson and Pcder Erickson of Waterloo. Mr. and Mrs. Charles Briggs and Johnny of Prairie du Chien, Wis., were dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Emil Schultz and family Sunday. Mr. and Mrs. L. J. Colton were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd B. Turner. We cater to your every need for Quality feats — fresh or cured. For the summer season ahead we will again ave available all luncheon meats and sausages popular for farmers' lunches and for your Bcnics. WE WELCOME YOUR BUSINESS AT ALL TIMES! 'ostville Meat Market Telephone No. 233 Hilda Paulsen Marries E. Horstman Saturday. [At a candlelight service in St. Paul's* _utheran church last Saturday evening at eight o'clock, Miss Hilda Laura Paulsen became the bride of Eugene Horstman^ The Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig-read the double-ring ceremony in the presence' of invited relatives and friends. Mrs. Victor Walter sang "Because" and "O Perfect Love" with Mrs. Ludwig accompanying her at the organ. The bride, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ernest T. Paulsen of this city, was given in marriage by her father. She wore a white nylon net over satin dress, with fitted torso bodice and sweeping train and a fingertip veil. She carried a bouquet of red roses. Her matron of honor was her sister, Mrs. Lorenz Pape, who wore a peach jersey dress. The bridesmaids were her sisters-in-law Mrs. Lorane Horstman who wore a green net dress, Mrs. Herold Paulsen wearing a blue net dress, Mrs. Evelyn Moser who wore a pink net dress, and Miss Idella Looby who wore a yellow net dress. All had shoulder veils. Serving as attendants to the bridegroom, who is a son of Mr. and Mrs. Wilbert Horstman of Guttenberg, were his two brothers, Lorane and Elmer Horstman, and his three brothers-in-law, Herold, Henry and Harvey Paulsen. Ushers were Ted Moser, Lloyd Horstman, Dora Jean Thornton and Vivian Appcl. The bride's mother wore a flowered jersey dress, while the bridegroom's mother's dress was grey flowered. Both wore corsages of sweet peas and red roses. After the wedding a reception, attended by 350 people, was held in the dining room of the church. Waitresses at the tables were Nancy Roberts, Nancy Kneeland. Kathryn Falb. Diane Douglass, Betty Knute. Mrs. Marie Jaster and Miss Irene Thornton. A three-tiered wedding cake, surmounted by a miniature bride and groom, formed the centerpiece of the bride's table. The couple left after the reception on a wedding trip to Wisconsin and upon their return they will make their home in Guttenberg where Mr. Horstman has employment. Prosperous Ridge Club Holds Meeting. The April meeting of the Prosperous Ridge Club was held at the home of Mrs. Glen Meyer with 16 members and five visitors present. The visitors were: Mrs. Aimer Amundson, Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Sydney Larson, Mrs. Clifford Olson, and Lillian Erickson. The program included a scripture reading by the hostess, singing of "My Old Kentucky Home" by the group, a birthday song for Edna Waters, and the hymn "Onward Christian Soldiers" sung by the assembly. Roll call was answered by exchanging bulbs and seeds. Lunch was served to members and visitors. REMEMBER TABLE CLOTHS $2.29 to $11.98 SHEER HOSIERY 1 __98c to $2.25 BLOUSES $3.59 to $5.98 GLOVES $1.19 to $4.98 SCARFS $1.00 to $2.98 HANDKERCHIEFS -25c to $1.69 LINGERIE l ____59c to $5.98 DRESSES___ $2.98 to $15.98 PURSES $2.25 to $6.98 UMBRELLAS _____$3.98 to $5.49 . # 1 rocery Specials . • . Tide, per box 33c Oxydol, per box 33c Super Suds, per box 33c Vel, 2 packages for..——45c I lershey's Cocoa, % pound 23c hocolate Cream Coffee, per pound 45c ateway Tender sweet Peas, 18c value 1* rushed Pineapple, No. 2 can 33c HUEBNER'S General Merchandise Arlene Mueller Bride Of Keith Jones Tuesday. j,Th*— marriage of Miss Arlene Mueller, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Arnold F. Mueller of Postville, and Keith A. Jones, son of Mr. and Mrs. Austin O. Jones of Manchester, was solemnized at 12:00 o'clock noon Tuesday in the^Jterion Lutheran church at Gund ^Z?' Rev. S. jrStrandjbrd officiated ct the double ring ceremony. Miss Corrine Rypestol provided nuptial music and accompanied Misses Lillian and Betty Mueller who sang "I Love Ypu Truly" and "O Perfect Love." Given in marriage by her father, the bride wore a gown of white bridal satin fashioned with a sweetheart neckline, a princess slip bodice and full skirt ending in a long church train. Her only jewelry was a single strand of pearls set with a large diamond. She carried a bouquet of pink roses, white carnations and white streamers were caught with lily of the valley. Miss Dorothy Mueller of Dubuque sister of the bride, served as maid of honor. Misses Lillian and Betty Mueller, sisters of the bride and Miss Joyce Jones, lister of the bridegroom, acted as bridesmaids. Miss Judy Orsutts of Greeley, cousin of the groom, was flower girl. Marlin Mueller, brother of the bride, served as ring bearer. Richard Johnson of Manchester, friend of the bridegroom, acted as best man. Ushers were Willis Wendt of Manchester, cousin of the bridegroom, Marvin Schults of Manchester and William Mueller, brother of the bridegroom. Reception following the ceremony was held at the home of the bride with sixty guests present. Table decorations were formed by a three tiered wedding cake topped with a miniature bride and groom. Bouquets of roses and baskets of snap dragons completed the decorations. The couple left for a two weeks wedding trip to Colorado and the Grand Canyon. They will make their home at Dubuque following the trip where the bridegroom is employed. A wedding dance was held in honor of the couple at the Big.four Fair pavilion Tuesday evening. Picnic Dinner Sunday. Mrs. Cora Krambeer and Evelyn had as their guests Sunday at a picnic dinner Mr. and Mrs. Will Rasmuson of Britt, Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Mrs. Minnie Collins, Henry Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn. Hangartner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer and family and^Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Koopman and family, all of Luana, and Miss Opal Gordanier of Postville. Sunday dinner guests in the Harold Turner home were Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Kirkestue and Edwin, and Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood, Bernard and Gilbert. Mr. and Mrs. R. L. Hangartner and family of Waukon were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. H. H. Schroeder and family. ' Legion Auxiliary Meets At Schroeder Home. The American Legion Auxiliary held their monthly meeting at the home of Mrs. Carlton Schroeder last Wednesday, with Mrs. John A. Palas as assisting hostess. Mrs. Willard Schutte presided at the meeting, and after the opening ceremonies reports were given by the delegates who attended "the 4th district meeting at Decorah April 27. Winners in the annual poppy poster contest in the local junior high school were announced as follows: From the 7th and 8th grades, Lazlo Eztergalyos,' first; Shirley Topel, second; honorable mention, Phyllis Mork and Jean Christofferson. Valder Schultz won first place as representative of the 6th grade. The local unit voted to buy five canteen books for disabled veterans. April being Child Welfare Month for Auxiliary units, Mrs. Lucile Hein presented the subject in a reading. Pauline Staadt presented the Pan-American study and told of the outstanding characteristics of Argentina. Mrs. Alfred Meyer donated six colorful and, attractive pot holders which were sold and the $3.00 obtained for them went to the general fund of the unit. The next meeting will be held a week earlier than originally scheduled. At this meeting Mrs. Hanson, the state president, has agreed to be the guest speaker. TOP QUALITY YES, FOLKS, THE JUMBO STORE CONTINUES TO OFFER WEEK-END SPECIALS Come in and save on your groceries — in price and on our Gold Bond Stamps. We're busy starting our circus on the road and as soon as that's started we'll list items for your shopping requirements again. COME IN, FOLKS ! Glen J. Jarmes Telephone No. 247 __•_: __E Mother knows best—and she knows that the best food values are to be found at HAROLD'S . . . every day! We appreciate her patronage and do everything we can to help her serve better meals at a lower cost. To show our appreciation we remember mamma with this bouquet of very special low prices. It's our Mother's Day Gift to you . . . and to all the thrift-wise mothers who shop here this weekend. NAME CONTEST for our new Beauty Shop We want a name for our new Beauty Shop in Postville. Write your suggestion on a slip of paper and mail it to us. The person submitting the name chosen will win a $5.00 CREDIT ON A PERMANENT Contest Closes Thursday, May 20 Your entry must be in by 6 p.m. on that day. If more than one person submits the winning name, the one bearing the earliest postmark will be declared the winner by the judges. Come in and try our Complete Beauty Service Dorothy Torkelson Evelyn Hoefer Successor to Leila's Beauty Salon GROUND BEEF, lb 55c SKINLESS WIENERS, lb._53c MINCED HAM, lb 49c LARD, Hormel's, lb. ______ 31c VEAL STEW, lb.___ 39c MOR Chopped Veal, 12 oz. 55c MOR Chopped Beef, 12 oz. 55c m Roast Beef per pound 57c Monarch Catsup, Jp | 2 14-oz. bottles—45c *p Van Camps Pork & Ip Beans, 2 303 tins_27c p Monarch |p Grapefruit Juice, M, 3 46 oz. tins 73c |p Monarch Orange and Grapefruit Sections |p 2 tins for 53c m, Yacht Club Peas & A Carrots, 3 tins„_59c p C & H Sugar, A 10 pounds for 98c § New Potatoes, 6 lbs.__49c TIDE, per package 37c Cabbage, 3 pounds- 23c CAKE FLOUR, Softasilk__43c Celery, large bunch 19c DRESSING, Tally Ho, pt. _47c Oranges, 2 dozen 59c COTTAGE CHEESE, pkg._17c Grapefruit, 10 for____39c JELL-O, Genuine, 3 pkgs.—25c We will have Strawberries, Radishes, Green Onions for your Sunday dinner. We Will Have MOTHER'S DAY CAKES AND BOX CANDIES

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