Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on September 22, 1948 · Page 5
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Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, September 22, 1948
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UsDA». 8EPTEMBEB to, 1948. i er ve Twenty-Fifth> riding" Anniversary/ :en!y-fl vc >' eal ' s ag0 - on Se I>- lfr 5, 1923, Florence Jensen me (he bvido oi Victor J. Cas- Sunday, September 10, rela- . and friends of the couple Li them celebrate fheir Silver bing Anniveisgry-3 three-tic-red wedding cake •red the bridal table. The wiis a gift from Mr. and Mrs. Barnes and Jay. Seated at table was the bridal couple (heir attendants, Mrs. Joseph and Loremc Casten; also the and Mrs. F. R. Ludwlg, Karl in, John Casten, Sr., Mrs. Lo- Casten. Joseph Lind and Mr. Mrs. John Barnes. Waitresses Mrs. Earl Walrath, Miss Mary m and Miss Maxtne Jensen, r guests were served ' cafe- style. „ s. Casten wore a dress of with a corsage of yellow t Mrs. Lind wore a black g and a corsage of red roses. Ir and Lorenz Casten wore \ carnation bouttonieres. The Us were a gift from Karl f the afternoon Rev. Ludwlg led the program with a short I and presented to Mr. and j Casten a gift of silver from attending. Mrs. Ludwig 0 reading and Mr. and Mrs. Schutte sang two selections, nch of the wedding cake and *am was served. |. and Mrs. Casten were pleas- surprised when a long dis- 1 telephone call came from land Mrs. Ed Brockin and i oi Duranrl, Illinois and Mr. { Mrs. Bumell Lichty and girls jnss, Illinois, to extend their •aiulations. and Mrs. Casten are the parents of two children, LaVon, Mrs. John Barnes and Karl, at. home. Those attending from a distance were Miss Mnyme Knodt of St, Paul, Minnesota; Captain and Mrs. Harlan Troy and children oi Minneapolis, Minnesota; Mr. nnd Mrs. Joseph Lind, Dorothy and Karen of Clinton; Mr. jind Mrs. Paul Wille, Susan and David of Gnrnn- villo; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Cook and Judy and Mr. and Mrs. Howard McDowell of Elkadcr; Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Jensen smd Maxine and Mrs. Earl Walwath of Oelwein; Alvin Jensen of St. Olaf; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Casten of Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Ed Barnes of Clermont: Mr. and Mrs. Enoch K. Mbrk and Mrs. Rosina Anderson, Dale, Avvid of Gunder. Those attending from this vicinity were: Mr. and Mrs. Lorenz Casten, Elaine, John, Leon and Mary, Mr. and Mrs. Leonard Casten, Mr. and Mrs. John Casten, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Herman Geick, Miss Melinda Casten, Mr. and Mrs. D. L, CasUla and Linda, John Casten, Sr., Mrs. Therosia BaHz, Mr. and Mrs. Paul Schutte, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Schutte, MV. and Mrs. Oscar Nyberg, Allard Nyberg, Cheryl and Alan, Rev. and Mrs. F. R. Ludwig, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Plaht, Harvey and Martin, Mr. and Mrs. Hallis Enyart, Mary and Bob, Mr. and Mrs. John Barnes and Jay, and Karl Casten. Legion Auxiliary. The American Legion Auxiliary to Arthur F. Brandt Post No. 518 will hold its monthly meeting on Wednesday, September 29, at 2:30 p. m. in Memorial Hall. Hostesses with be Mrs. Maude Baily and Mrs. A. S. Burdick. Dora Jean Thornton Wed To Dale Kiesau. '' \ Dora Jean Thornton, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Ross Thornton and Dale Kiesau, son of Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kiesau of Waukon were united in marriage Tuesday, September 14, in the .Little Brown Church, near Nashua. ' The Rev. F. L. Hanscom officiated. Attending the bridal couple were her sister, Irene Thornton as bridesmaid and Norman Miller a friend of lhe bridegroom. White slipper satin fashioned the bride's gown and her fingertip veil of illusion net was held in place with seed pearls. The bridesmaid wore pink lace over satin with a shoulder length veil. A 6:00 o'clock dinner was given in the home of the bride's parents to the bridal party and relatives. The table centered with a three- tiered wedding cake was decorated in pink and white. Mr. and Mrs. Kiesau will live on the Kiesau farm. Relatives attending the wedding and reception were: Mr. and Mrs. Walter Kiesau and Mr. and Mrs. Alfred Nagel of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Eldo Hoffman of Garnavillo; Mrs. Marjorie Douglas of Prairie du Chien, Wisconsin; Mr. and Mrs. Walter Adam and Mr. and Mrs. Clarence Thornton of Postville. Sunday dinner guests in the H. J. Meyer home were Mr. and Mrs. Ben Krambeer, Mr. and Mrs. Lynn Hangartner and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Leas, all of Luana, and Mr. nd Mrs. Eldo Gcricke and family. SScMtOUHD Foi a GOOD MEAL? Prosperous Ridge Club Holds September Meeting The Prosperous Ridge Club met with Mrs. Hulda Nuehring Thursday, September 16. The opening song was "School Days," scripture reading was given by the vice president. Twelve members answered roll call, "My first teacher and her picture or some memory of her." A birthday song was sung for Charlotte Bigler and Amanda Erickson. . The thought for the day was, "Friends have all things in common." The program was presented by Amanda Erickson and Eleanor McNeil. Bingo was then played. Two visitors were present, Mrs. Henry Keusman and Mrs. Esther Eberlirig. The October meeting will be held at the home of Mrs. Clem Waters. le best fishing spot around here, Ma'am, is at [AROLD'S! Yes, you can take your choice kf all your finny favorites here—big or little }..the catch of ocean, lake or stream—and all rater-fresh, sweet, and tempting! So, if you ire fishing around for a good meal—just cast frour line into our frozen fish case ... and serve shore dinner tonight that's a treat for the [entire family! Choice of— CATFISH, PIKE, PERCH, CODFISH SHRIMP and OYSTERS Party Is Given By Youngster At Birthday. Gwendolyn Olson observed her ninth birthday Thursday, September 16, by entertaining the following at a party after school: Carol Meyer, Karen Cook, Mary Meyer, Yvonne Sander, Rose Ann Sadler, Diana Grotegut, Virginia Blegen, Anna' Louise Schupbach, Mary Lou Frese, Karen Evans, Luann Wahls, Diane Eberling, Karen Schroeder, Bona Mork, Suzanne Kramer, Nora Peak, and her teacher, Mrs. Duffield. Games and contests furnished the entertainment, and lunch was sered. Dull-Martins Marriage. \ ^ The^.marrtage of Beverly Dull, daughter of Mrs. Dorothy Dull of Monona, and Jack Martins, son of Mr. and Mrs. John J. Martins was solemnized Tuesday, September 14, in t(je___LittIe Brown Church near Nashua "\ .Rev, -F.-—E, Hanscom officiated at the double ring ceremony. Mr. and Mrs. Eldon Dull of Monona, attended the couple. The bride attired in a grey suit with brown accessories wore a corsage of pink roses. The bridesmaid, chose a soldier blue suit accented with black accessories and wore a corsage of mixed flowers. After a wedding trip to Okla» homa the young couple will live on the Mrs. Charles Ulish farm. Engagement Announced. Mrs. Inga Anderson announces the engagement and approaching marriage of her daughter, Delores Arlene, to Eugene B. Waters, son of Mr. and Mrs. Bernard Waters, of Postville. The wedding will take place October 16, at St. Peter's church in Clermont. Home Garden Club Elects New Officers. The Home Garden Club met at the home of Mrs. Henry Radloff on Wednesday, September 15, for its regular meeting. Mrs. Milton Olson was the assisting hostess. Sixteen members answered roll call by naming their favorite book and author. Guests present were Mrs. Ole Olson, Mrs. Lewis McNally, Mrs. Lorando Embretson and Mrs. Wayne Kesterson. The meeting opened by singing "Little Annie Rooney." The birthday song was sung for Mrs.! Lorenz Lenth and wedding con-, gratulations were extended to Mrs. Lloyd Bigler The following new officers were elected at this meeting for the coming year: Mrs. Oliver Eno, president; Mrs. Lorenz , Lenth, vice president; Mrs. Milo Jacobia, recreational leader. The club also voted to have a food sale which will be held at the Huebner's Store on Saturday- September 25. The program consisted of a 'Better Grooming" topic by Mrs. Leska Martins. A book review on "So Dear To My Heart" was given by Mrs. Ray Jacobia. A vegetable and flower contest was won by Mrs. Francis Meisner. Lunch was then served by the hostesses. The next meeting will be an all-day meeting held at the home of Mrs. Leska Martins on Wednesday, October 20. WEEKEND Specials! FRIDAY AND SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 24 and 25 BUTTER-NUT COFFEE, C9 r i__ per pound SURF — (While it lasts) OQ p 2 packages for only Uv\> GRAPE PRESERVES, AQ r 2 jars for, tVy RITZ CRACKERS, ~?Qr large size package for M\* POTATOES . x COBBLERS . 15 pounds SWEET POTATOES, V^r 3 pounds for tf>/v GANGES — (344 size) AQ C 2 dozen for only w 65c CHASE & SANBORN COFFEE Drip or Regular Grind Per Pound M 2 Pounds only OIC only 99c JONATHAN APPLES, per bushel only $4.39 COBBLER POTATOES, U. S. No. 1, Per 100 pound bag__. $2.99 BE &F ROAST, Per pound. pEls BOIL —-Rib, JJ« pound 43c ^MER SAUSAGE, l$r JjORMEL CEBEVELET, per U^-J^ GOLD MEDAL QUICK COOKING OATMEAL 1 pound pkg. at only 14c 2 pound pkg. at only 26c NAPKINS, 80 Sheets per package, 2 packages for only 25c WAVE—Softens Hardest Water, 28 ounce package for only 27c PAPER HANKIES, 100 2-ply Sheets, per package. 12c LYDIA GREY DISPOSABLE 200 2-ply Sheets, per package. ,. . ^ ^,./. —-— 31c CIGAR SALE Limbert's Best or Bankers Special j Regularly priced at 2 for 15 cents jf $3.00 PER BOX OF 50 COMING THIS WEEK another carload of RED RIVER VALLEY POTATOES Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa ^mmmmmm&mmmmm§mi PREVIEW... Make Huebner's your headquarters for Nationally Advertised Merchandise See our Fall Preview of these Nationally known items: DRESSES . . Doris Dodson Trudy Hall Georgianna Style-Rite Colonial Cinderella Karen Sue Nannette FOUNDATION GARMENTS.. Gossard Life Perma-Lift YARN.. Botany Red Heart TOWELS . . Fieldcrest Cannon BEDDING . . Fieldcrest Sheets, Cases and Blankets HOSIERY . . Phoenix Strutwear Green Goddess Corticelli LINGERIE . . .Lorraine Strutwear Seam-Prufe Skylon Suzette Merrichild Sleepers E-Z Underwear J. & P. COATS .. Sewing Thread Crochet Cotton Crochet Cord Bias Tape Zippers Darning Cotton Embroidery Floss PIECE GOODS . Botany Logan-Tex Arthur S. Heiman Bates HUEBNER'S General Merchandise WEEKEND SPECIALS • COME IN AND SEE OUR FULL LINE OF QUALITY 5 MERCHANDISE AT REMARKABLY LOW PRICES! **• Butter-Nut Coffee, per lb.. . 54c SPRY, 3 pound tin for. $1.23 I TIP TOP BROOM each at only $1.39 Corn, Garden Cream Style, Case of 24 No. 2 cans *3.79 H S NEY J t?7H £ PINEAPPLE, <%* 10-pound pail for— i <D£. f O t Crushed, per can : OOC Northern Toilet Tissue, U rolls 38c Habanello or Don Arco Regularly sells for 10 cents straight PER BOX § $3.75 OF 50 Prime Minister or New Day The Best 6 cent Clears on the market! PER BOX $2.25 OF 50 The Farmers Store Telephone No. 231 Postville, Iowa lIllllllllllliMM FRUITS—VEGETABLES! JONATHAN APPLES, bushel.. »4.2Q PASCAL CELERY, Jumbo Stalk, per stalk ... 19c IOWA JERSEY SWEET POTATOES, 2 lbs.... 25c NO. 1 IDAHO RUSSETT POTATOES, IP lbs... 59c FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Clover Farm Store Telephone No. 247 Postville, Iowa

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