Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on June 9, 1948 · Page 5
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June 9, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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EDNESDAY, JUNE », 19M. , r da Mae Zurcher Is Ide of Gerald Palas. redding vows of Miss Verda Mne filer mid Gerald Palas were c „ Thursday, June 3rd, at , m. in lne St. John's Lutheran r'ch at Fnimersburg before the U, H. Steege."~l Mrs. James (hews plnyed""*tne wedding • c h and accompanied Robert Alof Elkader who sang "Through Years" »n "Because." he bride is the only daughter of nnd Mrs. Glenn 2urcher of mcrsburg and Mr. Palas is the of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Palas of i. he bride, given in marriage by father entered the church thru )se-covered archway. Her gown fashioned of white brocaded (in with a senior train and she • a finger tip veil with coronet tfband of seed pearls. She car| an arm bouquet of red roses, (aid of honor, Miss D'Elda Palas, ) gowned in yellow chiffon over fcfa and carried white roses, iesmaids, the Misses Ivanclle bison and Janet Lenth wore jitical gowns of blue chiffon over feta and carried colonial bou- [ancy Docrring was flower girl Kiefh Doerring was ringer. |ee Klinkenberg served as best Ushers were Duaine Palas (Lorraine Lenth. flowing the ceremony a wed- dinner was served in the rch parlors. liter a wedding trip the couple 1 be at home in Monona. * THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTV1LLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. 0. E. S. Mother and Daughter Banquet Soon, The Postville Order Eastern Star, No. 238, will hold a Mother and Daughter banquet Monday, June 14th, at 6:30 p. m. Each member is requested to bring a daughter. If you do not have a daughter, the committee asks that you borrow one. The banquet will be served as a pot luck supper followed by a program. Each member is asked to bring her own sandwiches, one covered dish and the required dishes for serving. Attend Picnic Dinner. A picnic dinner was held at the home of Clara Helgerson last Sunday with the following in attendance: Morton Helgerson of Odebolt, Mr. and Mrs. E. L. Simpson and family of Waverly, Mr. and Mrs. Milton Helgerson and family of Castalia, Mr. and Mrs. Everett Schlitter and Roger of Waukon, Clarence Helgerson of Waterloo and Millard Helegrson of Cedar Rapids. The dinner was held in honor of Morton Helgerson who was here after an absence of four years. Legion Auxiliary Host To State President. The Postville Legion Auxiliary was host to Mrs. Olaf Hanson, state president of the Iowa Department of the Auxiliary, last week. Mrs. Hanson outlined the plans for work to be done in the future by the state organization through local chapters. Mrs. Hanson also outlined the C^. Kt .vi ,*n [.dun* *c- <** Give your table a setting right out of Dairyland by serving a variety of the delectable dairy foods that add a touch of taste magic to every meal. Deliciously rich milk and cream .... menu-brightening cheeses .... creamery butter — large fresh eggs—nutritious foods to combine in delicious summer dishes that please more and cost less. And country-fresh dairy foods are specially priced all this month to give you grand good eating and welcome economy, too. Borden's Chateau CHEESE, 2 pound box $1.19 Fresh - Mild LONGHORN CHEESE, pound,- 57c Borden's EAGLE BRAND MILK, per tin_ 27c A Large Assortment of HEINZ BABY FOODS, 3 for 33c Monarch GRAPEFRUIT JUICE, 3 for 73c BBBB Brand PORK & BEANS 3 tins for 49c BUTTERNUT COFFEE per pound 53c A FULL LINE OF FRESH AND COLD MEATS GREEN BEANS, Yacht Club, 3 for_ 59c ORANGE-GRAPEFRUIT SAUCE, 2 for__53c GLASS WAX—Cleans or polishes glass, pt._59c AJAX CLEANSER, 2 packages -25c '"Ullto WITH U«» U ! I A COMPLETE LINE OF FRESH FRUITS and VEGETABLES highlights of the Knoxville birthday parties which she had attended. The Christmas Gift Shop was emphasized as filling a real need. The Postville Auxiliary regularly contributes to these projects. Mrs. Hanson's talk i and the regular business session were both carried along with the making of evergreen wreaths which were used on Memorial Day .to place on the Veterans graves in the cemetery. Poppy Sales Good The Poppy Day chairman, Mrs. F. J. Miller, reported an excellent response from the public in buying the veteran-made poppies. A total of 1,500 poppies were sold by members and Girl Scouts. The residential district, which was canvassed by the girl scouts, brought a sale of 592 poppies. Delegates to the county meeting were appointed. The unit also voted $5 for the cancer fund. May is music month in the Auxiliary. In keeping with this plan, Mrs. Luver Schultz, music chairman, presented Nancy Kneeland and Patricia Ruckdaschel. The two girls gave the story of the Nutcracker Suite, illustrated by records played on a portable record player. Grand Meadow Club Holds Meeting Friday. The girls of the Grand Meadow Farmerettes underwent a health and dental examination at Monona last Friday as a part of their regular program. Following the examination, they enjoyed a picnic dinner in the Monona park. In the afternoon they went to the home of Marilyn Backhaus where they made preparations for Rally Day. It was decided that Marilyn Backhaus would be the candidate for county office with Marilyn Marting as her campaign speaker. Lois Koopman will be the voting delegate and Darlene Martins was chosen as the Best Groomed Girl. Marilyn Backhaus was also chosen as the girl to represent the club at the convention at Ames. The remainder of the afternoon was spent practicing the folk dance. Mrs. Harry Gass. Mrs. E. C. Sonn- kalb. Anna H. Leui and Elizabeth Gallagher, R. N., were in Waukon yesterday. Paul Schneider. Division Highway Maintenance Engineer, has been spending the^past several days on a fishing trip to lakes in north central Minnesota. He left Saturday and is expec{ed to return the latter part of this week. He was accompanied by friends from Decorah. Dinner guests Sunday in the Mrs. Bertha Schroeder and Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Schroeder home were the following: Paul Schroeder, coach at Westbrook, Minnesota; Mr. and Mrs. Vernon Schroeder and daughter of Cedar Rapids, and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Schroeder and family of Postville. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. L. Meyer were the following: Mr. and Mrs. C. G. Schultz, Miss Elsie Kaiser, Arthur Kaiser, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Krambeer and Lee Allen. Mr. and Mrs. Leon Birdsell and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Bob Rounds and Gary Lee, Mr. and Mrs. Gordon Schultz and Sandra, all of Monona. Hold Children's Picnic. The Grand Meadow Country Club held its annual childrens picnic at the Postville park last Thursday. Everyone came with filled baskets and a fine dinner was served: After dinner a program of songs and games was enjoyed, after which ice cream was served to the group. Stuber-Reinhardt Vows Pronounced Saturday. A pretty June wedding was held in the Lansing Evangelical United Brethren church Saturday evening, June 5, at 6:00 o'clock when Miss Bern ice Leone Stuber, youngest daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Stuber of Lansing, became the bride of Lorence, Emmet Reinhardt only son of Mr. and Mrs. Lorence Reinhardt of Postville. The Rev. Robert A. Dennent of Zearing, was the officiating clergyman in the double ring ceremony. The vows were said before the altar banked with baskets of spring flowers and candelabra. Nuptial music was by Mrs. F. R. Ludwig of Postville who played a program of piano music preceeding the service and also accompanied Mr. Lyle Groth who sang, "I Love You Truly," "Because" and "The Lords Prayer." Preceeding the bride down the aisle were Miss Eleanor Engelhorn, who attended her as maid of honor, and the bridesmaids, Miss Jean Ann Cooper and Miss Joan Christofferson. Misses Joann and Janice Love and Miss Janis Christofferson were junior bridesmaids. The Misses Englehorn, Cooper and Love are nieces of the bride and the Masses Christofferson, cousins of the bridegroom. Little Miss Gloria Llynn Jenkins, cousin of the bride acted as flower girl and Gerald Mathis, a nephew of the bride, as ringbearer. Leo Meyer served the bridegroom as best man; the groomsmen were Danny Stuber and Gene Waters. Ushers at the church were the brides brothers, Frederick and Bernard Stuber; Eldred Neuhring and Elliott Johansen, cousins of the bridegroom. , The bride was gowned in heavy white slipper satin fashioned in princess style with a sweetheart neckline and chantilly lace bands down the front extending as a flounce around the court train. She carried an orchid with a shower of white satin streamers and sweet peas. Her illusion veil of imported net edged with lace fell from a wreath of pearized' orange blossoms, and her only jewelry was a double strand of pearls, gift of the bridegroom. The maid of honor and bridesmaids wore gowns fashioned identically of nile green, petal pink and jonquil yellow taffeta respectively. They featured a basque waist and a deep flounce extending around the bottom of the full skirt. They wore mitts to match their gowns and carried colonial bouquets of white flowers. The junior bridesmaids also wore gowns of taffeta in the same colors fashioned with a basque waist and a bustle on the skirt. They wore corsages of carnations and snapdragons. All of the bridesmaids wore headdresses of net and ribbon to match their gowns.' The flower girl was attired in yet/a stair climber ? l^Vfestinghouse automatic electric water heater YOU'LL SAVE TIME, WORK AND WORRY. A Westinghouse is entirely- automatic and it will give you all the hot water you want when you want it. There's a model and capacity to fit every household requirement. Come in, we'll gladly recommend the exact heater for your needs. You'll enjoy special low rates : : : and a Westinghouse has built-in cost cutters that assure economy. Westinghouse quality and home proving are a double guarantee of long life. P. L SON NKALB Telephone No. $3 -W Postville, Iowa white nylon embroidered with rose buds and with a tier of ruffles on the back of the skirt forming, a bustle. She wore white gloves and a headdress of white flowers, and carried a basket of rose petals which she scattered down the aisle before the bride. . ;> The ring bearer wore a suit of white broadcloth, and carried the rings on a pillow of brocaded satin and lace. For her daughters wedding, Mrs. Stuber chose a navy 1 sheer dress with navy and white accessories. Mrs. Reinhardt also wore navy and their corsages were of red carnations and snapdragons as were those of the bridegrooms two grandmothers. Following the, ceremony a reception was held at Memorial Hall where a dinner was served to 200 guests. When the couple left on a wedding trip to Canada, Niagara Falls, and dther points east, Mrs. Reinhardt was wearing a florist green suit with gold and white accessories. She is a graduate of the Lansing High School and has been teaching for several years, the past year in Waterville. The groom graduated from the Postville High School. He is an ex- serviceman, and after returning from overseas he became a member of the Iowa Highway patrol. At the present time he is associated with his father in the J. I. Case Implement business in Postville where the new home will be made. •iisiiiiiiaiiiiiBiiiiiniiiiiiiaiiiiiMiiiiiBiiiiiiaiiiiiaiiiH At the Elevator COMING SOON Carload of BRAN GREY SHORTS Hal! 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Hardware Hardware — Heating — Plumbing Telephone No. 229 Postville, Iowa Grocery Specials PIK-NIK SHOESTRING POTATOES, 1A- Regular 23c value 1 </C CINCH CAKE MIX OA per package only 0*7 1> HERSHEY CANDY BARS, AO Box of 24 bars for only «/OC DREFT OA. per box only &t7l* COOL ROAST COFFEE, AC per pound *lUC HUEBNER'S General Merchandise FOR CHECK THESE WEEKEND SPECIALS FOR THE BEST ON YOUR WARM WEATHER MENUS Clover Farm Salad £%K** Dressing, quart jar_ 03C Clover Farm Santa Clara OA- Prunes (for salads) 2 lbs. «J«/C Clover Farm Olives, selected Queens, No. 5 jar £«jC Glendale Peaches, halves A *] or slices, 2 No. 2'/£ tins__ *§ 1 C Clover Farm Tomato OQ Juice, 46 oz. tin &«/C Havanap Paper Napkins, | jk per package _ 14C CLOVER FARM Bartlett Halves, serve cold for N 2I/ D C A D C dessert, combine with cheese or **o.*/ 2 \Qg% r C M K 9 other fruit for salads. tm Clover Farm Tea, Orange | A Pekoe Balls, 16 per pack 1«/C Glendale Raisins, seedless, OA plump and tasty, 2 lbs— LtVC Clover Farm Vienna OA Sausage, 2 4-oz. tins OuC Red Cup Coffee, lb. 39c Green Cup Coffee, lb. 45c Glendale Cheese, 2 lbs. __ 98c Sweetheart Soap, 2 bars.. 19c Northern Toilet Tissue, t Q 2 rolls for only l «fC Red Cup Coffee, lb. 39c Green Cup Coffee, lb. 45c Glendale Cheese, 2 lbs. __ 98c Sweetheart Soap, 2 bars.. 19c Blue-White Soap Flakes, | Q 2 boxes for _ _ l «fC Red Cup Coffee, lb. 39c Green Cup Coffee, lb. 45c Glendale Cheese, 2 lbs. __ 98c Sweetheart Soap, 2 bars.. 19c CLOVER FARM DICED CARROTS Cream them or No. 2 Butter them can 13c FRESH FRUITS AND VEGETABLES DAILY FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa

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