Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
5 Jul 1972

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5 Jul 1972

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1972, Postville, Iowa Society items or. And mrs. John of Shaner Exchange vows newcomers club the Postville newcomers club members and their families met Tor a picnic at Lull s Park tuesday june 27. An ice Cream social is on the Agenda for july Meyer reunion held in part tie Meyer family reunion was held sunday july 2, in Lull s Park Postville with a potluck dinner at noon. Attending were mrs. Walter Meyer or and mrs. Eldo Sander or. And mrs. Burnell Sander and Merri Chris and Debbie Iver san mrs Maxine Meyer Beverly Russell and Roger and or. And mrs. Gilbert Meyer of Postville or and mrs. Richard Ihde or. And mrs. Norman Ihde and family mrs Don Ihde Barbara and Connie mrs Milton quam Glenda and Michelle Dianne Meyer Decorah or. And mrs. Cloy Miller Clermont or and mrs. Hoger Boleyn Michael Deborah and Steven Elgin or. And mrs. Henry Nelson Rindall Barbara and Gregory Oelwein or. And mrs. Ronald Schrader Douglas Denise David and Dawn Luana or and mrs. Kenneth Schroeder and family and or and mrs. Leroy Ihde and family Castalia. The 1973 reunion will be held father s Day june 17, at Lull s Park. Of Martindale son of or and mrs. Robert l. Martindale of Postville miss Scheetz a graduate of the University of Arizona is a teacher in Kenosha Wisconsin. He r Fiance was graduated from the University of Iowa and is on the faculty of Neal Junior High school North Chicago. Sen or citizens the senior citizens will meet wednesday july 12 at 1 30 . At memorial Hall hostesses for the month of july Are mrs. Ethel Steele and mrs. Huldah Miller everyone is cordially invited. Astrid Christine Sheetz set wedding Date a july 22 wedding in the Christ episcopal Church in Waukegan Illinois is planned by Astrid Christine Scheetz daughter of or. And mrs he Scheetz of Waukegan Illinois. Har Fiance is Ben notice wedding stories and pictures must be received in the Herald office for publication not later than ten Days following the wedding Date. If space is not available in the current Issue the Herald reserves the right to hold the Story. Black and White pictures reproduce better than color. Your cooperation on promptness will be appreciated. 1972 Koth reunion held at notional the 1972 Koth family reunion was held sunday june 25 at the National fair grounds. The oldest person present was mrs. Flossie Ulish 84 oldest couple or. And mrs. Mem Koth Monona youngest member present was Kimberly Olson 11 month old daughter of or. And mrs Leslie Olson Lakeville Minnesota. The birthday song was Sung for mrs Flossie Ulish mrs. Hoy Rowland Mem Koth and Kenneth Koth. Attending were or. And mrs. Bob Rowland Janice and Missy or and mrs. Roy Rowland and Alfred Pufahl Garnavillo or. And mrs Vern Koth or. And mrs. Roy Ulish and mrs Flossie Koth Monona mrs. Althea Koth or. And mrs. Bumvu Koth Monica and Carmen Dale Kuhse or. And mrs. Harold Koth or. And mrs. James Kruse Kont Kirk and Brad or. And mrs Donald Kuhse Rhonda Gail and Vicky and or. And mrs. Keith kith and Brian Postville or. And mrs Foster Koth Luana wednesday july 5, 1972 Postville Iowa Herald 5 mrs. Helen Green Castalia or. And mrs Ray Koth and Chet St. Olaf or. And mrs. Louis Olson Clermont or and mrs Leslie Olson and Kimberly of Lakeville Minnesota the committee for 1972 was or. And mrs. Louis Olson and or. And mrs. Roy Ulish. The newly elected committee for june 1973 is or and mrs. Buell Koth and or. And mrs. Don Kuhse Postville. Smith reunion held sunday those attending a Smith family reunion sunday july 2, in Lull s Park were or. And is Leslie Smith or. And mrs. George Brainard or and mrs. Keith Brainard Ronda and Kam my or and mrs Gene Brainard and Mary or. And mrs Dale Brainard and Danny Cathy Brainard mrs. Leslie Poesch Olive grinder or and mrs. Philip Heifer Jerry Leroy and Julie Postville or. And mrs. Edgar Brainard Mark and a the a Waukon or. And mrs. Norbert Palmer Jane and Bob or and mrs Harry Schutte or. And mrs. Harlan Wilke Monona mrs. Abble Dunning Leslie Dunning and mrs. Lawrence Linderbaum Luana or. And mrs. Kenneth school Terry and Sally Chicago mrs. Douglas Drahn Anlissa and Andrea Cedar rapids and mrs. Ethel Watts Des Moines Washington. Handy tips Handy tips for motor Home travel take along at least 50 feet of additional heavy duty electrical Extension Cord with connections for your vehicle s plug.  a  Handy tips for motor Home travel take 30 feet of Garden Hose for the few times when hookups May be some distance away.  a. Handy tips for motor Home travel Stop Early and take your Choice of spaces. In u re in Virginia Elliott iter of the Maurice Del Postville became the i oif John Franklin Shaner mar. And mrs Lowell Sha Sumner in a ceremony june fat St Bridget s Catholic Ali Postville. The Jbv Clet its performed the double j ceremony during the wed mass David Koopman was the chose a floor length i of Satin with a lace Over i bodice and Princess style trimmed in beaded accent with Long tapered sleeves. Head she wore a Pearl ice Crown with a Finger tip veil. She carried a tet of baby carnations and j baby s Northouse Canton Yesota was maid of Honor. I Ndel Postville and mrs Betz Oelwein were brides Uliey wore Matching floor a gowns of Royal purple crepe Tilte lace accent. The pm bodices had Square necks triple layer gathered skirts j carried a bouquet of White it Lons tipped in Royal purple of and streamers Lam Shaner Waterloo or of the bridegroom was grooms men we re Shaner Cousin of the Bride i Paul Betz iting the guests were Daniel it brother of the Bride and Shaner brother of the Groom to Elliott attended her iter s wedding in a Turquoise dress with White accessory mrs. Shaner chose a tur 00 Luoise Blue dress and White accessories. Both mothers wore corsages of baby carnations with Orchid baby breath. A reception Tor 150 guests was held in the Church Hall following the ceremony. Mrs. Leon Blum Hagen was dining room hostess. Mrs Ric hard Hertges served punch. Mrs. Max Elliott aunt of the Bride and Maureen Goering served the wedding cake. Mrs. Clarence Ameling and mrs. Roger Koenig poured Coffee mrs. Dean Adams and mrs Roger Kuhse helped serve ice Cream. Waitresses were Carol schierholz Corrynne Kruger de Nise Liddle Vickie Elliott Ann Blumhagen and Marcia Elliott. St. Martha s Circle was to charge of the Kitchen. Mrs. Dean Bac Litell presided at the guest Book. Gifts were carried by Robin Shaner Lisa Shaner Dawn Lchman with Beverly Meyer in charge. The Bride is a 1970 graduate of area i vocational technical school. Tie bridegroom is a 1967 graduate of Sumner High school and is presently employed at Niemann construction co. Sumner where the couple will make their Home. \ rehearsal dinner tie bridegroom Sparent were hosts to a rehearsal dinner at he i Delberg gardens Luana Friday evening. Loftsgard reunion will be july 16 the Loftsgard reunion will be held at noon sunday july 16, at Lull s Park in Postville. Debra Miller announce engagement or. And mrs Duane Miller of Postville announce the engagement and approaching marriage of their daughter Debra to John fuelling son of or and mrs. Al Lison fuelling of Farmersburg. An october 14 wedding is planned. Vow tie regular meeting of the vow Post 9125 will be held monday july 10 at 8 00 . In the meeting room in memorial Hall. An installation of officers will be held followed by a discussion of plans for the 25th anniversary. Aged couples registered in r bridal Book by 22 Anne Anderson i av1d Schneider 22 Strid Sheetz Jen Martindale 29 "0rna Pape ick Ruckdaschel or. And mrs. Douglas Jewell repeat vows Palmqui lists ept. Store value Towa the Chapel of the St Paul lutheran Church Postville was the setting for the 5 30 ceremony june 24, uniting in marriage Kathy Sebastian and Douglas Jewell both of Mason City tie couple s parents Are or. And mrs Lyle Sebastian Luana and or and mrs Aaron Jewell Greene. The item. R. A Langholz officiated. The Bride s gown was White i Star $ 1 and Wax. Pen daily-7 . To 9 30 . Schrooder s Standard service Phon 864-3414 f5 South Law or Postville Iowa polyester crepe trimmed with braid and White velvet ribbon. It featured a High neckline Empire Waist and modified a line skirt. She carried a bouquet of White daisies. Attending the couple were or and mrs. Mike Jewell brother and sister in Law of the bridegroom. Mrs. Jewell wore a mint Green Floral gown and carried yellow daisies. Tie Bride s Mother wore a Pink Paisley print polyester dress with White accessories. Mrs. Jewell chose an Aqua polyester with White accessories. Both had Daisy corsages. A Buffet supper was served to the bridal party and immediate family at the Home of the Bride s parents tie Bride is a graduate of Postville High school Winona business school and has been employed for four years As a medical Secretary at St. Joseph mercy Hospital in Mason City the bridegroom is a graduate of Greene High school Iowa state University and served with the army in Vietnam they will be at Home at 209 Bush Apt. A de Kalb Illinois where or Jewell is employed with the Dekalb Swine research farms. I soc count drum Sticks \-8. Sliced Bacon. Ͽ�4-e a bathroom tissue Boll spam charcoal lighter 4b Schultx Fler Catsup is. Gim 0\ltss99 . Wilsona Sinclair. Panic Franks. Jux v4ilson Santt Frlj. Uanis ausaire. Nnelson Sincu re polish sausage. L6. To 19 ims retd Potyok w Gram a is -4 of. 10 49 a \ la a a team Sec new cd c00k\fcs Yove co be 14-cn pm. Peaches. An Ore. W v is 49 mix or byrme Rugare jul produce calf Otilja. Nlctar1ne9. Car cots z9 a la. 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