Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 15, 1948 · Page 5
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September 15, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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IpNESDAV, SEPTEMBER 15, 1948. 7 oete#t- rginia Peckham Bride/ Leo Boese Sunday. x hiss Virginia Peckham, daugh r 0 { Mrs. Ruby Peckham, and i Boese, son of Mrs. Dorothy i S c, all of Postville, were unit- in' marriage Sunday afternoon, ilember 12, at 3:30 p. m„ in the nmunity Presbyterian Church Postville. J The Rev. Eldon L. mnns performed the double [ ,• ceremony 'before the altar ch wns decorated with baskets [all flowers, uptinl music was provided by ! Jean Douglass, organist, who accompanied Miss Gretchert jnnn, who sang "I Love You if and "Because." The bride wore a white wool I with brown accessories and [corsage was of red roses. Her Wants were Mrs. C. A. FrimmJ |owa City, who served as ma- of honor, and Miss Dorothy f i, who served as bridesmaid, matron of honor wore a coral with black accessories and corsage was of white roses. I Boese wore a blue suit with i accessories and a corsage of low roses. pending the groom as best was Neil Peckham, brother he bride. Clem Frimml of i City served as usher. It bride's mother wore a blue It dress with navy accessories t a white corsage, and " the Tegroom 's mother wore grey l black accessories and a coral Me. blowing the ceremony, a re- Jion was held in the church lors for about fifty guests. The was decorated in pink, yel- L and white, and a three-tiered ding cake formed the center- e. jth Mr. and Mrs. Boese titled Postville high school. Poling a brief wedding trip, they make their home in - Iowa t . where both are attending University of Iowa, t of town guests at the wed- i included Mr. and Mrs. L. G. er and daughter, Mary, of uoketa; Mrs. Marie Meyer, 'erd, Kenneth, and Kelly, Mrs. 1 Timmermann, and Mrs. Eliza- Meyer, all of Castalia. I stern Star Lodge, le regular meeting of the East- Star lodge will be held Mon- evening, September 20, ac- to announcement made I week. Eileen Hofer Bride Of.Richard DuPont. is Eileen L. Hofer, daughter frs. Louise Hofer, formerly of Postville, and Richard F. DuPont, son of Mr. and Mrs. A! DuPont, all of Chicago, Illinois were married in Saint Thomas of Canterbury Church on Saturday, September 11. The bride was given in marriage by her brother, Laurence Hofer, of Postville. Attendants for the bride were? Mrs. Anthony DuPont of Chicago, matron of honor; Miss Joanne Jennings of Davenport, niece of the bride and Dolly June Joachim of Chicago, bridesmaids. Serving the bridegroom were Anthony DuPont of Chicago, his brother as best man, and Al Long of Chicago and Bernard Timm of Davenport. Following the ceremony, a luncheon and reception was held in Evanston, Illinois at the Tally- Ho* Country Club. Approximately 75 people were in attendance. The bride was graduated from Postville High School, School of Nursing at Elgin, Illinois and served with the army nurses in India in World War II. The bridegroom was graduated and attended law school in Chicago. He served in World War II with the navy. The couple left on a honeymoon trip to northern Wisconsin and upon their return will reside in their new home in Chicago. Honor J. F. Schlueter In Lull's Park Sunday. A picnic dinner was held in Lull's Park Sunday, honoring J. F. Schlueter of Canistota. South Dakota, to which the following were present: Mr, and Mrs. Frank Reinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Reinhavdt, Mr. and Mrs. Harlan Reinhardt, Mr. and Mrs. Clarende Reinhardt and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arbie Rose and family, Mr. and Mrs. Donald Rose and family, Mr. and Mrs. Nylo Can- and family, and Mrs. Mary Miene, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Evcrman of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Weller and family and Charles Weller of McGregor; Henry Bugenhagen and daughters and Mr. and Mrs. Hervey Bugenhagen. of Cresco. Coming later to see Mr. Schlueter were Mr. and Mrs. Walter Winter of Eldorado: Mr. and Mrs. Robert Reinking of Sumner; Mr. and Mrs. Richard Winter of West Union; Mr. and Mrs. Fred Miene of Monona and Mr. and Mrs. Otto Miene and Mark of Postville. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA Ames Girl Is Bride Of Edgar C. Nelson. / PAGE FIVE. Dresses Doris Dodson Trudy Hall and Georgianna $11.98 $19.95 « item In MODERN SCREE!* so* PHOTOPLAY * Theshouttas'taboutNEWS MAKER.. .Dorii Dodwn'i middy-line headliner! white-ground plaid wool •yd rayon in combination! of blue and rutt; green and maroon; red and black. 9,01S - $17.95 Close Out on Girdles Values to $6.98 now $2.98 Close Out on SUMMER Dresses Values to $12.98 now $2.98 Values to $16.98 now $4.98 HUEBNER'S General Merchandise i . —— i At 2:30 o'clock p. m., Sunday, in S£~Paul's Lutheran church, Miss Arlet Christenson, daughter of Mr. and Mrs.,A. J. Christenson of Ames, and Edgar C. Nelson, .son of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Nelson of Postville, were united in marriage in a double ring^ceremony by the Rev. P.' R. Ludwig 'T] Mrs. P. R:-tu"d.wlg played a prelude of organ music and accompanied Lyle Groth, a former classmate of Edgars', who sang "Because" and "The Lord's Prayer." The bride was given in marriage by her father. She was attired in a grey suit with black accessories and wore a double strand of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Her corsage was of red roses and she carried a white prayer book. The matron of honor, Mrs* Ray Ramsey, a cousin of the bride, was attired in an aqua street length dress with black accessories. Her corsage was of pink carnations. Mrs. Cyrus Christenson, sister- in-law of the bride was bridesmaid and wore a gold and black dress with black accessories. She wore a corsage of pink and white asters. The bridegroom was attended by his classmate, Neil Peckham, and Cyrus Christenson, brother of the bride. The brides mother, Mrs. A. J. Christenson, wore a blue and rose dress with black accessories. Her corsage was of mixed asters. The bridegrooms mother, Mrs. Ed Nel son, wore an aqua dress with grey accessories. Her corsage was of pink asters. The ushers were Duane Christenson, brother of the bride and Francis Nelson, brother of the bridegroom. Dennis Christenson of Cedar Rapids, nephew of the bride was ring bearer. Following the ceremony a reception was held in the church dining room for relatives and friends where a color scheme of pink and white was carried out. The bride is a graduate of Ames high school while the bridegroom is a graduate of Postville high school. After a short honeymoon they will reside in Ames, where Mr. Nelson is attending Iowa State College. Out of town guests attending the wedding were Mr. and Mrs. A. J. Christenson and son, Duane, Mr. and Mrs. B. C. Christenson and son, Michael, and Miss Dorothy Sigmund, all of Ames; Mr. and Mrs. Cyrus Christenson and sons, Dennis and Paul of Cedar Rapids; Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Olson and Mr. and Mrs. Ray Ramsey of Story City; Mr. and Mrs. LaVerne Ramsey of Eagle Grove; Mr. and Mrs. J. M. Lennon, Arlene, Ralph and Kenneth French of Elkader. Marcella Hemesath Bride Of Harold Frommelt. Marcella Hemesath, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. William. Hemesath, of Jostville and Harold From melt, son of Mr. and Mrs. Leo H. Frommelt, of Elkader were married at 9:00 a. m., Saturday, Sep tember 4, in St. Bridget's church. The Rev. Greg F. Hemesath, uncle of the bride, performed the cere mony. The bride wore a gown of white slipper satin. Her veil of illusion net was caught to a crown of seed pearls. She carried a crescent cascade bouquet with removable red rose corsage and corona gladiola. Her attendants were Mary Shild meyer and Betty O'Hara, who wore yellow and pink net gowns, respectively and carried colonial bouquets. Thie bxidesgroom's attendants were his brothers, Leo and George Frommelt. Following the ceremony, breakfast was served the bridal party. During the afternoon a reception for relatives and friends was held at the home of the bride. After a wedding trip the couple will live on a farm near Elkader. Relatives from a distance at tending the wedding were: Mr. and Mtrs. Joseph Barcelona, Mr. and Mrs. Ray Hemesath, Mr. and Mrs. Leslie Evans, and Ralph Hemesath of Chicago; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Cherrier and family and Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Fitzgerald and family of Dubuque; Mr. and Mrs. James Foley and Mr. and Mrs. Leo Foley of Harpers Fewy., Maxine Steward Is Bride of C. W. DeGarmo. Foley-Godfrey Nuptials \ Read On Labor Day. ^Miss_Leona Foley, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley, and Wayne Godfrey, son of Mr. and Mrs. E. C. Godfrey were married at St. AnthoQy^s.„church in Davenport on Labor Day. ) Miss Eileen Foley, sister of the bride, was bridesmaid. Ronald Ballard, cousin of the bridegroom, was best man. The bride chose a grey crepe dress with green accessories and a corsage of white gladiola for her wedding. Miss Foley wore a copper red dress with a corsage of yellow gladiola and pompoms. The bride's mother wore a black and white polka dot dress and a white carnation corsage. The bridegroom's mother wore a pink dress and a white carnation corsage. Those attending the wedding from out of town were: Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley and Milly of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Bryant and Ronnie Joe of Clarinda; Mrs. Arnold Nesteby and Denie Lee of Hawthorne, California, and Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raising of New Hampton. Miss Maxine Steward of Perry and Clifford W. DeGarmo were united in marriage Wednesday, September 8, in v the Farnhamville Methodist Church. The single ring ceremony • was performed by Mr. DeGarmo's brother, Rev. J. L. DeGarmo, pastor of the church there. The couple spent a short honeymoon in Minnesota and they have returned to Postville where they will make their home. The bride has been employed the last few years at an airline office in Des Moines. Hold Picnic Dinner. Past Noble Grands. The Past Noble Grand Club will meet at the. home of Mrs Edith Sawvelle Thursday, September 16, beginning at 2:30 p. m. Mrs. Amelia Sander will be assisting hostess. A picnic dinner was held at the Emil Schultz home Sunday in honor of Mr. and Mrs. Carlas Schultz and daughter, and her sister Miss Wilma Faupel, of Fallon, Nevada, who are visiting here. Those present were: Mr. and Mrs. William C. Schultz, Amanda, JoAnn and John Sand, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Sampson of Ossian; Mr. and Mrs. Will Schultz, Mr. and Mrs. Charles Schutte and Doris, Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harold Turner and family, Mr. and Mrs. Harvey Schultz and family, Mr. and Mrs. August Schultz, Emma and Willie Krogman, all of Postville; Mr. and Mrs. Malin Schultz and family and Louie Schultz of Luana; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Green of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Cecil Livingood, Mr. and Mrs. William Livingood and daughter, Mr. and Mrs. Fred Schultz and Dean of Monona; and Mrs. Minnie Muchow of Fergus Falls, Minnesota. Ed Foleys Observe Wedding Anniversary. Mr. and Mrs. Ed Foley recently celebrated their Silver Wedding anniversary. Those attending the event were: Mr. and Mrs. Arnold Nesteby and Dennie Lee of Hawthorne, California; Mr. and Mrs. Beryl Byrant and Ronnie Joe of Clarinda; Mr. and Mrs. Bert Overhus of Fayette; Eileen Foley of Davenport, Robert Snedler of Muscatine; Mr. and Mrs. Henry Raising and family of New Hampton; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Tillman, Mr. and Mrs. Marcellus of Waucoma; Mr. and Mrs. Alois Gerleman and family of St. Lucas; Edmund Gerleman of Spillville; Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Tillman and family of Fort Atkinson; Mr, and Mrs. Ed Gerleman of Waterloo; Mr. and. Mrs. Herbert Halstad and family and Mrs. William Halstad of West Union. (Additional Society Items will be found on Page Four.) CLOVER FARM FLOUR sr nd $3.98 Start your fall baking with Clover Farm Flour . .. the finest flour that money can buy and enjoy the extra saving that is yours in every bag. It's guaranteed best by every baking test or your money back. Don't take a chance on baking failure when you can take full advantage of superior quality and economy in this one fine flour. Make it your baking standby and make our store headquarters for all baking supplies. 25 pound sack $1.98 5 lb. sack„—44c 10 lb. sack 81c SALE DAYS —SEPT. 17 and 18 CAKE FLOUR, Clover Farm, or For even textured cakes; 44 oz. pkg— «/9C PORK & BEANS, Clover Farm, | rj No. 2 size can for only 1 1 C WAXED PAPER, Clover Farm, 97 1 (Extra Heavy) Box of 100 ft LiC PICKLES, Clover Farm (Radio Special) OA Home Style Dills; per quart L-_ Jt/C COFFEE SPECIALS CLOVER FARM, Vacuum Packed, |*|| per pound only OvC GREEN CUP, Fresh Ground, AKg% per pound only— fl«)C RED CUP, Good Economy, Qfi/» per pound only OOC All delightful blends of quality coffee. Green Cup and Red Cup ground for you when you buy. FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY HELGERSONS CLOVER FARM STORE Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa Buy all your food needs here where every price is a low price every day. Do it for one week . . . then compare the total cost. That's all there is to it. It's as easy as one and one, and it all adds up to real savings for you. Yes—when it comes to giving you more for your money . . . more quality more variety .. . and more good things to eat— HAROLD'S heads the class for economy. Every day, more and more women are learning that important fact. Postville's One-Stop Food Store 2 for. . 49c GRAPE PRESERVES, 1-pound Monarch DUZ DUZ Does Everything per package... 3k SWANSDOWN CAKE FLOUR, pkg.... 41c FOLGER'S COFFEE, per pound .... 53c Quality TH &ztL BEEF ROAST, lb 65c PEAS, per pkg 30c ROUND STEAK, lb. 89c Shoulder BACON, lb 55c STRAWBERRIES, pkg._59c LIMA BEANS, pkg 42c LARD, per pound 27c PERCH, per pound 39c SMOKED HAM, center_89c CATFISH, per pound 69c 'PETER PAN Peanut Butter, 1 lb.__39c Chicken Salad, 5 oz._33c Dried Beef, % lb 37c Potato Chips 5c & 10c MARS LINE Candy Bars, 6 for 25c Deviled Ham 21c TASTY LOAF Cheese, 2 lb. box $1.09 Potatoes Cobblers 15 POUNDS 55c HAROLD'S CASH MARKET PHONE 11! POSTVILLE

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