Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
10 Jan 1940

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10 Jan 1940

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 10, 1940, Postville, Iowa Wednesday january 10, 1910. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Page five. App Man Helen Landt and Harold Lenth wed at Monona a pretty but simple wedding took place on thursday morning at 10 30 o clock when miss Helen Lundt became the Bride of Harold Lenth in the lutheran parsonage at Monona. The Rev. H. Of Sion pcs performing the double ring ceremony. They were attended by miss Leona Lundt sister of the Bride and Lloyd Lenth brother of the bridegroom. The Bride was attired in a floor length gown of White Satin with train which was trimmed with lace. Her Finger tip length veil was trimmed with lace and she also wore a necklace of pearls. She carried a bouquet of carnations and ferns. Her bridesmaid s gown was of pen cock Blue brocaded taffeta which was fashioned with a Bustle Bow. She wore a Corsage of roses and Sweet peas and a headband of rhinestones. The bridegroom and Best Man wore the conventional Blue and wore boutonnieres of roses and Sweet poas. In the evening at 4 30 a two course supper was served to the immediate families. A Large three tier wedding cake was the Centrepiece and the table decorations were carried out in Blue and White. The Bride is the oldest daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Landt of Luana and the bridegroom is the second son of or. And mrs. Gust Lenth of Farni Casburg. After supper the Young couple was tendered a Shower in Turner Hall at Postville where they received Many useful gifts. They will make their Home on a farm four Miles Northwest of Farmers Burg formerly known As the Alva Koth place. The club of the hour hears papers on Alaska members of the club of the hour met monday evening at the Home of mrs. Truman Overeen. Two papers were read on Alaska by miss mar Garet Sebastian and miss Katherine Staadt. The next meeting of the club will be held in two weeks at the Home of mrs. Elmer Sander. Entertain at dinner. Or. And mrs. William Baltz or and mrs. Bert Waters and Roy Olesen were sunday dinner guests at the w. A. Kneeland Home. Farewell party is held at Frank Sebastian Home or. And mrs. Frank Sebastian who have lived on a farm Northwest of Postville for 33 years were tendered a Farewell party Friday evening by members of the birthday club and threshing ring. Music and songs furnished entertainment during the program and progressive "500" occupied the attention of the guests during a part of the evening. Mrs. Merle Lange won first prize mrs John Kohrs took second honors and Henry Miller the Consolation prize. The Sebastian Are moving this week to Postville where they will live in the House they recently purchased from w. R. Nordin. Or. And mrs. Leonard Casten who have been living in this House will move to the Nordin apartments. Or. And mrs. Harlan Sebastian son and daughter in Law of the Frank Sebastian will continue to reside on uie farm. The following friends were in attendance Friday night at the Sebastian farm Home or. And mrs. Ben Lange or. And mrs. John Kohrs Silas and Donald. Or. And mrs. Fred l. Baltz and Eugene or. And mrs. Glen Larson Harry Kekos or. And mrs. Lester Heins and son or. And mrs. Leonard Oldag and daughter or. And mrs. De Lammert and Clinton or. And mrs. Fred Schara Charles Kenneth Ray Harlan and Jackie John Armstrong or. And mrs. De Goecke and family and Ruth Clark or. And mrs. Cloy Miller or. And mrs. Henry Miller or. And mrs. Merle Lange Cas Talia or. And mrs. Robert Sebastian and or. And mrs. Emmet Schutte and family of Luana or. And mrs. Harlan Sebastian. Esther Kruger to wed Willard Snitker thursday Stork Shower is held for Ray Williams baby girl friends and relatives of or. And mrs Ray Williams who live on the mrs. Charles Heins farm West of Postville gathered at their Home sunday to Shower Little Stacy Eleanor Williams with gifts. The. Guests brought picnic baskets of food for the dinner served during the Day. Mrs. Williams and the baby came Home from the Iowa City Hospital on new year s Day and were delighted to have the company drop in on them. Those present were Fred Howard and son Truman of Waukon or and mrs. Guy Williams and family or. And mrs. Harvey Jarms and family or. And mrs. Donald Burget and family or. And mrs. Freemont Sullivan and family All of Clermont or. And mrs. Roy Moon and daughter Jeanne of Luana or. And mrs. Harvey Schultz and family and mrs. C. F. Heins and family of Postville. Grand Meadow country club met at Brewer Home the marriage of miss Esther Kruger daughter of or. And mrs. William Kruger and Wiliard Snitker son of or. And mrs. Herman Snitker will be performed thursday january 11, by the Rev. Edwin Debuhr pastor of the Salem reformed Church at Ludlow. The ceremony will take place in the parsonage of the Church. Attendants will be Ray Snitker a brother of the bridegroom and Mildred Flage a Friend. A wedding Shower will be held in Honor of the Young couple at Waukon Friday evening. Home Brand coffer flame Brand Coffee no finer Coffee packed per Pound new Dole flour jello pineapple split silk six delicious gems nothing finer flavors 2cc23c 49ib.$i in bag 1 4 or 19c wheat or Rice puffs per package jell-0 assorted puddings pkg._______5c Home Brand Tomato soup per can___5c Kellogg s Corn flakes per box_______9c Salano whole apricots per can_______9c Valley Pride peas per can______------9c Santa Clara prunes 2 lbs. For._____15c such a Fine crackers 2 la. Box_____15c extra Standard Corn 2 cans for____15c Light Brown sugar 3 lbs. For_______19c of idol washing powder per pkg.___19c swans Down cake flour per box____23c gallon peaches sliced or halves per can gallon cherries red pitted. 47c per can grocery specials for thursday Friday saturday and monday de f. Schroeder Telephone no. 22 Postville Iowa the grand Meadow country club met thursday at the Home of mrs. Harold Brewer with 19 members present. Visitors were mrs. Lloyd big Ler and mrs. Elliot Heusman and Eugene. Mrs. Lorenz Reinhardt became a member at this meeting. A birthday son was Sung for mrs. Henry Koop Man. The various projects available for next year were discussed and a Christ Mas selection was read by mrs. Albert Backhaus followed by a Christ Mas Exchange of gifts. The project lesson on better buy Manship in Home furnishings was Given by the leaders. The contest was won by mrs. A thur Wagner. A luncheon was served by the Host Ess after adjournment. The next meeting will be held at the Home of mrs. Elmer Eberling. Every member having a Hobby is to bring it to this meeting. Franklin merry makers club holds annual party the Franklin merry makers 4-h club gave a party one evening last week for the parents and a few friends of the girls. This is a traditional event and has been held each year since the club was organized in 1932. Jean Ann Miller was the hostess this year. The evening was spent socially playing games and contests for which prizes were Given. Gifts were exchanged by the club members and everyone enjoyed the Beautiful electric lighted Christmas tree. A lunch was served from the baskets brought. Everyone departed for Home at a late hour voting Jean Ann a charming hostess. Those in attendance were or. And mrs. Earl Miller Marilyn and Roger or. And mrs. Harva Miller Jean and Marvin or. A. J. Oelberg Iva Harva and George mrs. Lee Ball Marvin Gertrude Elaine and Vernell or. And mrs. John Barth and Ruth or. And mrs. Leon Chamberlain Wayne Earl Harlan and Eileen or. And mrs. Donald lamborn or. And mrs. Don e. Lamborn and Lloyd Wayne Flack and miss Ivyle Burt. Many attend Rebekah annual Public card party about ninety people attended the Public card party monday evening sponsored by Post Rebekah Lodge no. 48. Fred Luhman won first prize for his High Bridge score and Harvey Christofferson was awarded the Consolation prize. Many of the people in attendance played "500." Leonard Pearson won first prize and mrs. Arthur Burdick captured the Consolation award in this Competition. Lunch was served after the card playing. Or. And mrs. Leo Heins entertain guests sunday or. And mrs. Leo Heins entertained the following at their Home last sunday evening at a seven o clock Turkey dinner or. And mrs. Otto Oldag or. And mrs. Alvin Meyer and family or. And mrs. We. Baltz or. And mrs. Arno Backhaus or. And mrs. Elmer Meyer and family or. And mrs. Willard Meyer mrs. Helen Moon Hall c. Meyer or. And mrs. Alfred Meyer and Jane Ann and miss Violet Gor Danier. Honor mrs. F. J. Miller on birthday anniversary entertain card club. Mrs. Henry v. Steele and mrs. Fred j. Miller entertained their card club members saturday evening at the Steele Home. Mrs. O. J. Beucher won first prize and mrs. L. J. Masonhall won the Consolation award. Four tables of Bridge were played. The hostesses served lunch after the prizes were awarded. Mrs. Fred j. Miller was surprised wednesday january 3, by a group of friends who called at the Miller Home to Honor mrs. Miller on her birthday anniversary the guests brought baskets of food from which supper was served. Those present were or. And mrs. O. J. Beucher or. And mrs. A. C. Webster or. And mrs. John a. Palas or. And mrs. Herman. Geick or. And mrs. Bruce Webster Melinda Casten Pauline Staadt and Katherine Staadt. Sunshine makers 4-h club meets at Martins Home the Sunshine makers 4-h club met at the Home of their Leader mrs. John Martins saturday answering Roll Call with their version of does it pay to make accessories Edith Gruhn told the Story of How Peter Tschaikowsky came to compose the song of andante Cantabile and also played a record of this piece. A discussion of the importance of vaccinations was Given by the girls. Barbara Brainard told about the colors and uses of color wheels. A demonstration on making a girl s work Box was Given by mrs. Martins. Use of a thimble was explained in a talk Given by Lula Harris while mrs. Martins spoke on better grooming for Handel s Largo was played  and studied by the girls following which Sophie and Hedy Rose Buerger had charge of the recreational program. A luncheon was served by the hostess at which a Surprise birthday cake for Sophie Buerger was employed. The next meeting will be held at the Home of Hedy Rose Buerger on Satur Day january 27. The Farmers store specials wheaties breakfast of of champions pkg. Luc grape nuts str 2 packages for. To c Iga Corn flakes q 2 packages for. Iga Oatmeal in 5 la. On bags per Bias fee hag sunny morn Coffee on 3 pounds Iga Lye z cans for Only. 15c Oyster crackers per Pound Only. 10c Iga pork & Beans 3 20-oz. Cans for. 27c Iga Gelatin 3 boxes for. 12c Winner Macaroni 2 la. Park age. 13c american Beauty vegetables assorted so. Can for. 5c Luhman & Sanders grocery specials Jan. 11, 12, 13 and 15 lettuce sex. Lge----iy2c Florida oranges 25 for__________25c Mustard it. Jar----10c prunes extra Large 2 lbs. For_________19c Jack Sprat spinach no. 2y2 can______15c seedless grape fruit 10 for___________25c Campbell s Tomato soup 3 cans_____25c grape nuts pkg-13c hard water Castile soap 6 bars-----25c magic Washer Large package___23c 10c pkg. Free Johnston crackers 2 la. Box_________15c Catsup 14 of. Bottle_9c wheaties 2 pkgs___21c Libby pumpkin _____9c Jack Sprat butter Beans no. 2 can__10c Silko flour ______$1.49 mothers Best flour l69 town crier flour 1.79 reef shells 100 lb.-85c Stock salt_________85c Block salt________49c Broom White enamel. Handle each ____49c Gulf kist shrimp Large can for____17c Chicken of the sea tuna can_______16c Quaker Macaroni 3 10c pkg. For_____23c Kraft cheese 2 la. Box for_____49c Hershey baking chocolate_______12c Mayflower peas Lac Oshkosh double gloves pair-----15c House warming party is Surprise to Reinhardt s neighbors and friends of or. And mrs. Frank Reinhardt dropped in on them All unexpectedly Friday night to give them a housewarming and Welcome to their new Home in town. The guests brought baskets of food for the Midnight supper which was served after the evening had been spent at cards and visiting. Entertain ten couples. Or. And mrs. W. A. Kneeland and or. And mrs. Kenneth Sanders entertained ten couples tuesday evening at a dinner at the Blue Arrow cafe followed by an evening of Bridge at the Kneeland Home. Five tables of Bridge were played. Or. And mrs. Chas. H. Ohloff totalled up their scores to win first prize. Dry and mrs. J. W. Myers carried off the second prize. Entertain at dinner. Or. And mrs. Arthur Behrens entertained a company of relatives and friends at dinner sunday. Those present were or. And mrs. C. H. Meier or. And mrs. Arbe Behrens or. And mrs. We. Behrens and Mary " mrs. L. H. Schroeder mrs. Orma Schultz and William. Help. J children 4r j quit coughing Nyal p. E. 0. Meets. Chapter it of p. E. O. Met tuesday evening at the Home of mrs. Fred h. Luhman. Fourteen members heard mrs. Ruth Crawford of Frankville read a paper on invention , d irs a syrup. Children take Loil like Candy. Just Good old fashioned Honey and horehound of Nyal Quality one of the Besl cough medicines in the world. Small Boutte it Nyal drug store for 25c. But belter cel the Large 50c size became the whole family will use this Standard Medicine Chest item. Don a wait for Coldi prepare in Dvonc Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts Harold s Cash grocery fresh meats fruits and vegetables specials for Jan. 11, 12, 13 and 15 creamy whip marshmallows two 1-Pound packages___________25c raisins seedless 2 Pound package__15c pineapple 8 slices to can in syrup___15c soft As silk cake flour Reg. Pkg----26c Florida juice oranges per dozen_______21c Calif. Oranges doz._23c cabbage lb.________4c lettuce Large and Crisp 2 heads____15c Golden Bantam Corn tomatoes no. 2 can kidney Beans no. 2 can Campbell Tomato soup 3cans e r7 n for Only a a i c Camay soap with Cannon Wash cloth 3 bars for Only 20c canned grape fruit no. 2 can _ . 10c wheat Cereal i of a 3 /2 la. Pkg. 23c Nash Coffee 1 la. Handy canister pack. 29c Nash Coffee 1 la. Glass Jar. .31c the juice in the new Rea lines is to be turned on this week. This farm convenience so much desired is about to become a reality Are you ready Ifor it everything electrical. Will be found at our store bulbs wiring switches Light fixtures of All kinds for every room in the House All sizes of motors a belts pulleys pumps pump jacks radios stoves refrigerators washing machines and All kinds of electrical appliances. We have expert workmen to promptly install All work and guarantee perfect satisfaction. L. W. Thoma approved Rea wiring our specially

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