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August 25, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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EONESOAV, AUGUST 25, 1948. hy]]is Erickson BrideV Ted Green Sunday./\ Miss Phyllis Erickson, daughter 'Mr. and Mrs.-'William Erickson Burr Oak, became the bride of d Green, son of Mr. and Mrs. innclh Green of Castnlia, at an i o'clock ceremony Sunday eve- f j i» lhe First Lutheran church Dccoriili. . prelude of nuptial music was Led by Miss Ulvilden, organist, to also accompanied the bride 's (clc, Sherman Erickson of Water- when he sang, "Calm. Is The Ml" «"d Love You"; and a |lin solo by Mrs. Arthur Price the ceremony. Traditional riding marches were played for i processional and recessional. r he single-ring service was read r the Rev. Hexom of Highland- lie In a candle-lighted setting of and yellow flowers which liked the altar. Erickson, who, was given in mage by her father, wore a Ig sleeved gown ot white satin |h a senior train. Her fingertip of white net was fashioned n blush veil and cascaded a crown worn by the bride's Indmother at her wedding. She tried a large bouquet of white ; and purple orchids, ierving as the bride's attendants > her sister, Mrs. Roy Fitch of i City, as matron of honor, and klegroom 's sister, Miss Elaine Green, as bridesmaid. They were dressed nlike in ballet length gowns of green satin and wore gold ballet slippers. They carried small colonial bouquets ot tiny vari-colored dahlias. Glen Green served as best man for Mr. Green and Roy Filch ol Iowa City sewed as second attendant. CivryoU Jncooson and Evelyn Rolfs,,both of Burr Oak, served us usher and usherette, and lighted the candles at the altar preceding the arrival of the bridal parly. Mrs. Erickson wore black crepe with aqua accessories for the ceremony and Mrs. Green wore while and navy rayon shantung with white accessories. Both wore corsages of snapdragons. Reception Held. Following the ceremony, a reception was held at the Hotel Winneshiek where the i bride's colors of green, yellow, and white were carried out in the tiered wedding cake set under a small arch centering the serving table; and in the lighted candles set in crystal candelabra. Assisting were Lou Ann Hovden, Marjorie Olson, Mrs. Bergan, Mrs. Snell, Shirley Erickson, Mrs. Albert Erickson, Audrey Headlngton, Mrs. Harris Hanson, Mrs. Albertson, and Gordon Landsgard. Mrs. Arthur Price was accompanied in several violin solos by Mrs. Kvam. Evelyn Rolfs was in charge of the guest book. Mr. and Mrs. Green are spending their honeymoon in northern Wisconsin, the bride wearing as her going away outfit a grey and white suit with pink and black accessories. 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Huebner, and A. James Krohn, son of Mr. und Mrs. Arthur Krohn of Highland Park, Illinois, were united in maiTiii«e in a double ring ceremony at St. Paul's Lutheran church in Postville at 6:30 p. m. Saturday evening with the Rev. Frederick R. Ludwig officiating. The church was beautifully decorated wilh gladiolus and hydrangos. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white organdy dress with a bertha style collar, lull skirt and semi-train. Her fingertip veil ol rayon net was caught in a crown of seed pearls. She carried a white bible topped with white roses. Mrs. Ernest Overland, sister of the bride, and Robert Warth, of Milwaukee, Wisconsin, cousin of the bridegroom, attended the couple as matron of honor and best man. Dianne Overland, niece of the bride, carried the rings; Miss Grechten Zieman. cousin of the bride, was bridesmaid; Edward Koschnitzky, of Milwaukee, cousin of the bride, and Ernest Overland, brolher-in-Iaw of the bride, ushered at the church. Jennifer Overland was flower girl. During the service nuptial music was played by Mrs. F. R. Ludwig. She also accompanied Alan Beucher, who sang "O Perfect Love" and "The Lord's Prayer." A reception was held on the church lawn after the ceremony was completed. Mrs. Krohn was a graduate of Postville High school and this summer received her masters degree in music at Northwestern University at Evanston, Illinois. The bridegroom, a professional violinist, studied at the Eastman Conservatory of Music in Rochester, New York and took two years of private study in Chicago. He was a navy veteran of four years discharged as an ensign. After an extended wedding trip, Mr. and Mrs. Krohn will live at San Antonio, Texas where he will be first violinist with the San Antonio Symphony Orchestra. Out-of-town guests were Mr. and Mrs. Edward Koschnitzky, Lois, Doris and Edward, Mrs. William Warth and son Robert, Mr. and Mrs. Eugene Bishop, Mr. and Mrs. Gerhard Krohn, Mr. and Mrs. Herman Rohleder, all of Milwaukee; Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krohn, Mr. and Mrs. Frank Krohn, Mr. and Mrs. E. Haviland of Highland Park, Illinois; Mr. and Mrs. John Gruel, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. John Gruel, Jr., Harvey Gruel of Harvard, Illinois; and Mr. and Mrs. Harold Gamble and Christine of Waukon. Mr. and Mrs. Andrew Csillag of Brooklyn, New York were Thursday evening dinner guests in the Howard Gordanier home. Prosperous Ridge Club Holds August Meeting. j The Prosperous Ridge Club met at the home of Mrs. Irene Heins, Thursday afternoon, August 19. Seventeen members answered roll call: "Something a friend did for me." Guests present were Mrs. Alma Welzel, Mrs. Edna Eberling, Julia Wettleson, Esther Schroeder and later Mr. and Mrs. William Palas came from Chicago. Scripture reading was given .by the vice president, followed by a business meeting, the secretary's report, birthday song for Anna Bigler, Murial Bigler and Eleanor McNeil. Thought for the day by the president, "True friends have no solitary joy or sorrow." The program arranged by Margery Amundson. Song by Kathleen Amundson and Mary Joe McNeil was presented with a piano solo given by Mary Joe McNeil. The contests were won by Bernice Waters, Murial Bigler, Hazel Waters and Corine McNeil. A short talk was given by Mrs. Amundson on how to arrange and care for flowers. Then the flowers were judged by the club. Prizes went to Mabel Waters, Tillie Baltz and Corine McNeil. The club is helping the Postville Hospital stand at the Big-Four Fair by donating food and help when needed. A delicious luncheon was served by the hostess. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Hulda Nuehring. Home Garden Club Holds Flower Show. The Home Garden Club held its annual flower show at the home of Mrs. Lorenz Lenth with Mrs. Melvin Radloff assisting hostess. The meeting was opened by singing, "A Song of Peace." Fifteen members answered roll call by giving "Helpful Hints on Pots and Plants." The thought for the day was given by Mrs. Lenth followed by singing of a hymn. Mrs. Francis Meisner, Mrs. Otto Pape and Mrs. Lorenz Lenth, Sr., were visitors. Mrs. Meisner joined the club at this meeting. On the program Mrs. Roy Jacobia and Mrs. Oliver Eno gave a demonstration on "Arrangement of Vases and Flowers." A contest on famous men was won by Mrs. Milo Jacobia, Mrs. Oliver Eno and' Mrs. Francis Meisner, Gladiolus and mixed bouquets were entered in the flower show with prizes going to Mrs. Milo Jacobia and Mrs. Lloyd Bigler. The September meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Henry Radloff. Mr. and Mrs. Henry Heusman attended a 6:30 o'clock picnic party at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Fred Hass of Monona last Sunday. Married Saturday. Miss Margaret Huebner, idaugh ter of Mr. and Mrs. R. C. Huebner, and James Krohn, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur Krohn of Highland Park, Illinois, were married Saturday at St. Paul's Lutheran church. Post-Franklin Club Meets at Heusman Home. Post-Franklin Study Club held its annual flower show at the home of Mrs. Henry Heusman last Wednesday afternoon with 81 members, guests and children present. The meeting was called to order by the vice president. Scripture reading was given by the hostess followed by the Lord's Prayer. Roll call, "The Vacation trip I would like to Take," was given. The program included a song, humorous reading by Mrs. Harva Miller, round table talk, "my favorite Sunday dinner," led by Mrs. Lloyd Pearson. Birthday songs were sung for Mrs. Frank Hogan, Mrs. Arbie Behrens, Mrs. Leon Chamberlin, Mrs. Edwin Smith and Mrs. Louis Benjegerdes. Mrs. Maude was the judge in the flower contest. Winners in the various events were as follows: Flowers of one kind—first, Mrs. Elmer Mohs; second,- Mrs. Frank Lawson; third, Mrs. William Lubbers. Table bouquet—first, Mrs. William F. Baltz; second, Mrs. Verla Heusman; third, Mrs. Frank Lawson. Mixed bouquet — first, Mrs. Frank Lawson, second, Mrs. William Lubbers; third, Mrs. Verla Heusman. Luncheon was served by the hostesses, Mrs. Leon Chamberlain, Mrs. Frank Lawson and Mrs. Arbie Behrens. The next meeting of the club will be held at the home of Mrs. Edwin Smith. Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. Boyd Turner were Mr. and Mrs. Richard Bruene and daughter of Gladbrook and Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Putnam. Get them Early- Get them Here! We have a full line of School Needs. 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Those attending the picnic were: Mrs. Lena Christenson, her daughter, Mrs. Orville Severson and son Tommy from Harmony. Those from Postville were Mrs. Otto Boucher, Mrs. Arthur Webster, Mrs. Henry Steele, Mrs. John Palas, Jr., Mrs. Fred Miller, Mrs. Jack Sawvelle, Mrs. W. L. Meyer and Mr. and Mrs. George Sebastian. Sunday Dinner Guests. Sunday dijiner guests in the Ed Kozelka home were Mr. and Mrs. Merril Gunderson, Carol Ann and Joan, Mrs. Emma Gunderson -and Verla of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. Wayne Schipton, Cheryl and John, of Clermont, Mr. and Mrs. William Kozelka, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Lester and Jay Thede, Mr. and Mrs. E. G. Kozelka of Prairie du Chien, and Mr. and Mrs. Rollie Davis of Lynxville, Wisconsin. Herald Want Ads bring results. Mr. and Mrs. W. G. Bulman were in Decorah Sunday attending the wedding of Phyllis Erickson and Ted Green. Mr. and Mrs. Du Wayne Bulman accompanied them to Decorah where they visited. ' CASTAL1A Genera! 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