Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on October 13, 1948 · Page 5
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October 13, 1948

Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 5

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ONESDAT, OCTOBER 13, IMS. To The Ladies... Your help is needed in the advancement of the society section 0 f Tlio Herald. Please call, phone 200, or write of any club meetings- family reunions, birthday parties, anniversary events, church, lodge or service club gatherings. Just phone 200 or drop n letter or post card in the m ail box and give us the particulars. earl Schultz Is Bride V f Harold Scheidel. /\ marriage of Miss Pearl ultz of Postville and Harold -heidel of Ossian was solemnized ursday morning, October 7 at , Francis de Sales rectory in Oson. The Rev. Father D. B. Wey- ert performed the double ring remony at 10:00 a. nu~} Their attendeato-werff^Mrs. Lorn Meyer of Postville and the ridegroom 's brother, Fred Schei- el, Jr., of Ossian. The bride wore an aqua suit •ith cocoa brown accessories and corsage of yellow chrysanthe- ums. Mrs. Meyer's suit was gold bred and her corsage was of ronzc chrysanthemums. The wedding party went to Derah for dinner at the Green arrott after which Mr. and Mrs. cheidel left on a trip to the Black ills. Upon their return they will c at home in Ossian where he is mployed. THE POSTVILLE HERALD. POSTVILLE. IOWA PAGE FIVE. Printing had spread over ost all of Europe by 1478. al- Grand Meadow Country Club Holds Meeting. The Grand Meadow Country Club met at the home of Mrs. Frank Lawson, Thursday afternoon, October 7. Fifteen members answered roll call: "Do's and Don't on Etiquette." Scripture reading was given by Mrs. Keith Carlson, followed by the Lord's Prayer in unison; secretary's report; business meeting and birthday songs for Mrs. Cora Krambecr, Mrs. Keith Carlson and Mrs. Louise Oldag. Mrs. Otto Oldag was presented with a corsage from the president for being a member of the club for 25 years. The rest of the afternoon was spent playing games and singing %ongs. The following guests were present: Mrs. William Baltz, Mrs. Henry Heusman, Mrs. Otto Fisher, Mrs. Harry Gass, Mrs. LeRoy Duwe and Mrs. Gordon Lawson. Lunch was served by the hostess. The next meeting will be held November 4 at the home of Mrs. Bertha Folsom, beginning at 1:30 o'clock p. m. Picnic Dinner. The fallowing were at the home of Mrs. Florence Froning at Readlyn for a picnic dinner Sunday in honor of Leo Froning, who is home on a 20 day leave from the Great Lakes training station in Illinois Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Mohs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Mohs and family, Mr. and Mrs. Richard Suckow and family, Mr. and Mrs. Fred A. Schultz and Floyd. Mrs. Harold Mohs and David, Mrs. Anna Mohs, Miss Jean Heckman and Miss Emma Suckow. Postville Monday Club Begins Fifty-Third Year. To open the 1948-49 season, the Postville Monday Club held a luncheon meeting at the home of Mrs. Kenneth Cook on October 11. The program was on Broadening our Horizons in the Educational Field. A panel discussion was given by Mrs. Euclid Marston and Mrs. Erwin Klingbeil on "Let's Face It." Mrs. Kermit James spoke on Specialized Education in Iowa touching upon the State Schools for the Deaf and Blind and the Smouse Opportunity * School and the Cerebral Palsy School in Des Moines. Roll call was answered with the names of famous educators and was followed by a discussion of the club projects. The October 25 meeting will be at the home of Mrs. Harvey E. Roberts. Birthday Party. The following spent Sunday at the home of their mother, Mrs. Cora Krambeer, helping her celebrate her birthday: Mr. and Mrs. L. M. Bollman and family from Monona; Mr. and Mrs. Lawrence Krambeer and family, Mr. and Mrs. Dick Hughes and baby of Frankville; Mr. and Mrs. G. H. Koopman and family, Mr. and Mrs. Arno Krambeer and family and Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Krambeer and family of Luana. A birthday dinner was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. Clinton Lammert Sunday in honor of their daughter, Patty. Those in attendance were Mr. and-Mrs. Ed Lammert, Martha and Ralinda Lammert, Mr. and Mrs. Lester Gehring, Grant Schultz and Pat Herwig. SHOP FOR YOUR GROCERIES It's io EASY.to do your shopping at Clover Farm Stores—the stores are near your home and they have everything you' need, conveniently presented for your selection. CHEESE GLENDALE 2 Pounds for only Golden CORN GLENDALE O No - 2 V%t* CREAM STYLE L cans UilV Peaches CL0VER FAKM SLICED f YELLOW CLING Af%C No. 2 1/ 2 can LUX FLAKES • • per package 33c BREEZE . . • • 2 pkgs. only 59c SOAP FLAKES CLOVER FARM . box 30c WE GRIND YOUR COFFEE »T THE TIME TOD BUT Fresh-Red Cup and Green Cup Cofd ground at the time you buy are r ante* of a finer cup of coffee on table yet with the economy of coffee In the paper bag. Clover Coffees win more acclaim from family because we bring them ' absolutely fresh. es guar i your buying Farm's your to you RED CUP, lb._38c GREEN CUP, lb._45c CLOVER FARM, lb._49c m fRlSH FRUITS • VfGflABlES COBBLER POTATOES 10 pounds for 29c GRAPEFRUIT, per dozen RED TOKAY GRAPES, 3 pounds for only 25c ONIONS, No. 1 Grade, 10 pound Mesh Bag. 35c JONATHAN, Extra Fancy, ..$2.49 FREE DELIVERY EVERY DAY! Helgerson's Telephone No. 247 Farm Store Postville, lows Martens-Schroeder Wedding On Sunday;^ ^ Mrs. Palmer Schroeder i-MissvNina Jean Martens, daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Lester C. Martens of Decorah, and Palmer Edward Schroeder, son of Mrs. Lena Schroeder of Por'ville, were united in marriage Sunday, October 10, at 2:00 p. m. in St. Paul's Lutheran church at Postville. 1 Rev. F. R. Ludwig performed' the double ring ceremony before an altar banked with autumn flowers and candelabra. The bride, given in marriage by her father, wore a white satin gown fashioned with fitted bodice, sweetheart neckline, and lace peplum. The full skirt ended in a senior train. Her junior veil of white tulle, was attached to a coronet band of seed pearls. She carried a bouquet of white chrysanthemums and yellow roses. Her only jewelry was three stands of pearls, a gift of the bridegroom. Miss Ileta Martens, sister of the bride was maid of honor. Her govvn was of blue taffeta, with a full skirt, and a matching shoulder tip veil. Mrs. Lyle Johnson of Cedar Rapids, sister of the bride, was a bridesmaid. She wore a gown of yellow brocaded satin with full skirt, matching mitts and a shoulder tip veil. Miss June Schroeder, sister of the bridegroom, was a bridesmaid, wearing a yellow taffeta gown, matching mitts, and a shoulder tip veil. The bride's cousin, Mary Lou Turner, was the flower girl Dale Schroeder, brother of the bridegroom, served as best man. Harlan Koopman, a friend, and Elliot and Lowell Schroeder, brothers of the bridegroom, and Pal mer Martens, served as ushers. Mrs. F. R. Ludwig played nup tial music and accompanied Lyle Schroeder, a cousin of the bridegroom, who sang, "At Dawning" before the ceremony and "Be cause." The bride's mother wore a gray suit dress with black accessories and a corsage of pink and white roses. The bridegroom's mother was attired in a black and white flowered crepe dress, with gray accessories. Her corsage was of red roses and white mums. Following the ceremony, a re ception was held in the church dining room. The bride's table was centered with a four-tiered wedding cake topped with a minia ture bride and groom. Miss Alice Eberling, Mrs. Rich ard Meyer of Postville, Miss Maxine Warson and Miss Garnet Barber of Iowa City, Miss Lorraine Skinner of Tripoli and Miss Jean Knudsvig of Cedar Rapids, friends of the bride acted as hostesses, A 6:30 dinner was served at the bride's home near Decorah for the bridal party and the immediate family. , Mrs. Schroeder is a graduate of Ossian high school, and was em ployed for two years in Koevenig's Variety Store in Postville and one year as a nurse's aid in the State University hospital at Iowa City. Mr. 'Schroder is a graduate of Postville high school, served two years in the Navy, and at present is employed in Decorah. After a brief honeymoon the couple will be at home in Decorah. Out of town guests at the wedding were from Minneapolis, Austin and La Creston, Minnesota; Monona, Waukon, Cresco, Ossian, Iowa City, Cedar Rapids and Decorah. Grand Meadow 4-H Club Holds Meeting. The Grand Meadow Go-Getters 4-H club met at the home of Don Elvers Monday, October 11. Meeting was called to order by Roger Amundson with eight members answering roll call by .naming their favorite song. Minutes were read and approved. Don Elvers was thanked for presenting the club with a gavel. The new officers: president, Leon Casten; vice president, Marilyn Marting; secretary-treasurer, Mary Casten; historian, Lloyd Bigler were installed by candlelight ceremony. The ceremony was read by the leader, Harvey Plaht. Mr. Plaht read regulations on this years projects. Meeting was adjourned at 9:30 and Mrs. Elvers served lunch to members and guests. A family reunion was held at the home of Mr. and Mrs. James Overland Sunday with Mr. and Mrs. Bobby Overland of Ames, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Overland of Decorah, Miss Geneva Overland of Seattle, Washington, Roy Gleice ' of Iowa City, and, Mr. and Mrs. Ernie Overland in atendance. Be In Style have your DIAMONDS remounted 1 in our up-to-date mountings. W. J. HANKS Your Jeweler Birthday Surprise. Many friends gathered at the home of Orville Jones on hilltop in Hardin to surprise Mr. Jones on. his birthday anniversary Sunday, October 3, in the form of a picnic. Everyone brought baskets full of food and other refreshments were furnished by Mr. and Mrs. Alan Moritz, Neil and Stevie, of Luana. Others present at the picnic were: Mr. and Mrs. Steve Kesterson of Des Moines, Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, Sr., Mr. and Mrs. Louis Miller, Jr., Mr. and Mrs. Merle Miller, Mr. and Mrs. Hubert Doerring, Shirley and Linda Lou, Mr. and Mrs. Yvo Scheffert, Yvonne, Delbert, Patty, Josephine, Bobbie, Ronald, Burdette and David, Virgil Scheffert, Beverly, Marlene and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Elmer Landt and Dean, Mr. and Mrs. Sydney Larson, Eugene, Francene, Marlene and Spencer, Mr. and Mrs; Fred Bruns and Danny, Mrs. Eula Pearson, Mr. and Mrs. Ed Haman, Mr. and Mrs. Roger Pearson, Janice and Judy, Lloyd Bugerthagen, Lester Dunning, Bart McGonigle, and the hosts Mr. and Mrs. Orville Jones, Donald, Martin and DeVonne. Herald Want Ads bring results. Dr. and Mrs. R. V. Brandt of Strawberry Point were Sunday dinner guests in the home of Mr. and Mrs. W. A. Kneeland and Nancy. lllBHIkt At the Elevator Bran Standard Middlings Flour Middlings Tankage Meat Scraps Linseed Meal Alfalfa Meal COMING SOON Carload of SOYBEAN MEAL Hall Roberts' Son Postville, Iowa IB !!IBlllllB [!BMimia »l »lllllllilllBllllls1 !!l !ili»fflaiffl SUGAR 10 lbs. 98° Our Economy Ticket wins in a landslide of savings. And here's why! We buy, as carefully as you do, searching the wholesale markets for the best food buys. We watch our costs as carefully as you do yours and pass along- to you the economies of efficient operation. We take a legitimate profit—a small percentage out of every dollar. That's our program for price control—and believe us—IT WORKS'. Just ask any of the hundreds of families who have made HAROLD'S the People's Choice for the best of everything in foods. BLENDED Size cans 2 JUICE No. 5 OcansUC — for ODC iBEEF ROAST, CQ Per pound—! *l »7v ROUND STEAK, OC n | Per pound OtJC PORK SAUSAGE, 1 pound roll U1L. 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