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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 26, 1940, Postville, Iowa
Wednesday june 20, 1040. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Page five. Lucille Krambeer weds Louis Mcnally thursday St John s lutheran Church it Luann Jet slow scene of n. Pretty wedding on thursday it 1 30 o clock when miss Lucille Krambeer daughter of or. And mrs. John Krambeer of Luann became the Bride of Louis l. Mcnally son of or. And mrs r. E. Mcnally of Postville. The Rev. Paul Adix performed the ceremony in the presence 0 a number of friends and relatives the double ring ceremony being used. Mrs. Paul Adix presided at the Organ playing the wedding March and Madonna Trudo Sang i love you the Bride was Given away by her Fother Gerald Krambeer brother of the Bride was Best Man and Madonna Trudo Niece of the bridegroom was the bridesmaid. The Bride was attired in a floor length gown of White Satin with lace a jacket and Long sleeves she wore a fingertip length veil1 and carried a bouquet of Pink and White roses baby breath and ferns to which was attached Long White streamers of Chiffon ribbon. Miss Trudo wore a gown of powder Blue crepe Over net carrying a bouquet of Pink roses. The bridegroom wore the conventional Blue and the Best Man a suit of Green with red use boutonnieres. Garden Flowers were used for Church decorations and also in the Home. Immediately following the ceremony a reception was held at the Bride s Home for the immediate relatives. A wedding cake with a miniature Bride and bridegroom adorned the table. Those in attendance were or. And sirs. R. E. Mcnally Marlene and Marly mrs. Elmer Trudo Madonna and Gene or. And mrs. Harold Krambeer Dean Raymond and Betty Jean or. A and mrs. Lester Krambeer Lavern. Verda Mae and Marilyn Ann or. And mrs. Myron Krambeer Beverly Jean Cleone Marie and Merlin Gene or. And mrs. Herbert Ihde Calvin and Eugene or. And mrs. Fred Neverman and Lee Allen or. And mrs. Robert Meyer or. And mrs. Arno Mueller Rev. And mrs. Paul Adix or. And ill re. Louis Mcnally or. And mrs. John Krambeer Gerald and Burnell. In the evening a Shower was Given in Honor of the Young couple in the Turner Hall Postville and they received Many gifts. For the present they will live with the bridegroom s parents on the farm a South of Postville. Appel not contract club meets. Mrs. We. A. Kneeland entertained a members of the contract Bridge club at her Home tuesday afternoon. The a prize winners were mrs. Erwin Kling Beil mrs. Leonard Casten and mrs. .v.wm. J. Klingbeil. There were two tables. Mrs. Kneeland served a five to clock Emch to her guests at the confession of play. Hope Harris was married in Chicago on thursday miss Hope Harris of Chicago 111., daughter of or. And mrs. Martin Harris of Castalia was married to Patrick r. Scully of Chicago son of or. And mrs. Louis Scully thursday in that City. Their attendants were or. And mrs. Edwin Goetz friends of the couple. The Bride was graduated from Postville High school in 1935 and took a course in nurse s training at the Washington Boulevard Hospital in Chicago. She became a registered nurse in 1939 after graduation from the Hospital and since then she has been employed in a doctor s office in Chicago. The bridegroom is a graduate of Purdue University s engineering College. Or. And mrs. Scully will make their Home in Chicago where he is associated with his father in the contracting business. They departed on a honeymoon immediately following their marriage and visited thursday at the Home of the Bible s parents two Miles Northeast of Castalia. After visiting in Minneapolis Minn., and journeying in the West they will return to their new Home in Chicago. Inabelle Vogt is married to Robert Thompson the wedding of miss Inabelle Vogt former second Grade teacher in the Postville Public school and Robert Thompson of Oelwein was solemnized tuesday evening at Minneapolis Minnesota. Or. Thompson is also a former resident of Postville As he was a Salesman for the interstate Power company Here for Over a year. The Bride is a daughter of the Rev. C. N. Vogt of Minneapolis and or. Thompson is a son of or. And mrs. Nels Thompson of Crookston Minn. The newlyweds will make their Home in Oelwein where or. Thompson is now located. In attendance at the wedding were Joseph b. Steele who officiated As an usher and mrs. John Waters of Postville. Decorah Rebekah will bring travelling Beehive members of the Decorah Rebekah Lodge will come Here thursday night to the regular meeting of Post Rebekah Lodge no. 48, and bring with them the travelling Beehive into which the various lodges place their contributions for the maintenance of the children s Home of the order it Mason City. A picnic supper will be served following the meeting tomorrow night. June 28th to july 4th i. G. A. 1 Pound cans pork & Beans 6 cans __________29c family flour 49 la. $1.55 Sonny morn 3qf Coffee 3 lbs. Ous Dawn toilet tissue 3 Rolls. Wheaties a 8 of. Pkg. Cracker jacks 1 Ftp 3 boxes for Luv 17c 10c Sno Kreem a r shortening 3 la. We i. G. A. Matches 6 boxes. Gold Tost Corn flakes. Assorted cookies 2 lbs. 15c 10c 25c j g. A. 24 ounce bottles sparkling beverages 3 for_.23c fruit department Sunkist on demons per Doz. 4uc fancy Ripe 1 to bananas Pound. Id a red Triumph 0� potatoes pm. Doc Sunkist oranges Doz. Fancy red tomatoes Pound. Large Opp Cantaloupe 2 for. A 15c 8c . Spiced luncheon of meat 12 of. Tin. A ios a. Pork & Beans cd no 5 tin for. Ioc Post s grape nuts 2 for. J. T. Queen olives quart Jar. 25c 45c Ball Mason jars Foj q Ball Mason jars Jug pint size quart size. Ball Mason Jar 1 a Caps per Doz. Zuj the Farmers store your i. G. A. Store in Postville Loretta Horgan will be married this summer miss Loretta Horgan daughter of or. And mrs. J. E. Horgan of Postville will be married this summer to Russell l. Brown of Sumner. Miss Horgan has been located in Sumner for the last five years where she has been the sixth Grade teacher in the Sumner Public schools. Or. Brown was recently appointed assistant Legal advisor of the Standard Oil co. Office in Davenport where they will make their Home. Elmer Heins is married to miss Sadie Gullickson Elmer Heins son of or and mrs. Rudolph Heins of Postville and miss Sadie Gullickson daughter of or. And mrs. Adolph Gullickson living North of Ossian were married on thursday afternoon at three o clock in the parsonage of the Washington Prairie Church by the Rev. Paul Koren. Attending the couple were Glen Gullickson brother of the Bride and miss Mabel Neste a Cousin of the Bride. The bridegroom was graduated from Postville High school in 1936 and has been employed at the Groth produce co., since then. The former miss Gullickson attended Ossian Public schools and was a member of the 1933 graduating class. The couple will reside in Postville. Birthday Surprise party Gretchen Gruhn daughter of or. And mrs. Fred Gruhn was the guest of Honor at a birthday party sunday afternoon on her sixth birthday Anni very. Mrs. Gruhn served a birthday dinner to Gretchen and eight of her Little playmates. Post Franklin study club met with mrs. V. Meyer a meeting of the Post Franklin study club was held at the Home of mrs. Vernas Meyer wednesday afternoon. The president mrs. Earl Miller called the meeting to order and Roll Call was answered by naming migratory Birds. The following program was Given during the meeting song America. Our stale Flower mrs. Fred h. J. Thoma. Poems of summer mrs. L. Pearson. Significance of Flag Day mrs. Roger Harris. Reminiscences of Hardin members. Song god bless America the club decided to have their annual picnic at the Waukon Park on sunday july 14. At the conclusion of the program a luncheon was served by the hostess and her assistants mrs. Cloy Lawson and mrs. Lester d. Smith. Picnic supper is served at the c. P. Smith Home the c. P. Smith Homei was the scene of a picnic dinner sunday with the following friends and relatives in attendance or. And mrs. Geo. Brainard and family or. And mrs. Roy Dunning and family or. And mrs. Dale Brainard mrs. L. B. Smith or. And mrs. Leslie Smith or. And mrs. Al Watts and Linda or. And mrs. Leon Chamberlain and family c. P. Smith mrs. Carrie Smith and Russell Lee Enyart Emma Krogman and we. Krogman All of Postville and Vicinity or. And mrs. Wright Enyart of Volney Russell Enyart of Waukon mrs. Janie Dunning of Monona and or. And mrs. Will Schultz and Louis Schultz Luana. Sunday also marked the fourth birthday anniversary of Nola Enyart and she was the guest of Honor during the get together. Family reunion is held at Campbell Home sunday the Home of mrs. Gwendolyn Campbell was the scene of a family reunion on sunday. Among those present for he event were or. And mrs. Cecil Jacobson. Janet and Jay of Waverly mrs. Myrta Mcghee or. And mrs. Clifton Mcghee John Mary and David of Dubuque or. And mrs. Perry Cook and or. And mrs. Durlin Meyers of Waterloo or. And mrs. Everett Cook Dixie and Noel and or. And mrs. Burr Cook and Karen Lee of Postville. A picnic dinner was served at noon. Members of the contract club were entertained wednesday afternoon at the Home of mrs. Erwin l. Klingbeil. The ladies played two tables of Bridge and lunch was served at the conclusion of the card playing. Or. And mrs. Cloy Schultz and fam Home of or. And mrs. Edgar Riser ily were dinner guests sunday at the films developed 8 prints and 2 4 4x6 a double weight portrait enlargements or 2 prints each from Good negative on Roll. 25c Coin guaranteed Nev Rfade 24 hour service. Leave Rolls at Geo. Hartley residence on Green st., or at Mccormick Deering shop or mail with Wio postage if not sealed to the Star photo service Postville Iowa secure marriage License Arliss Brandt of Decorah daughter of or. And mrs. Mel Brandt and Harry Grimes of West Union obtained a License to marry at new Hampton this week. Miss Brandt formerly lived in Postville where she was graduated from Postville High school in 1939. Mrs. Milda Waters Dorothy and Jimmy were sunday dinner guests at the Bernard Waters family Home on route one Postville. Harold s Cash grocery specials june 27, 28 and 29 and july 1 super suds of Blue pkg a a c 2 bars palmolive soap f ree Vanilla imitation flavor 8-ounce bottle of for Only do 4-oz. Bottle free toilet tissue 6 Rolls for Only _ __25c Bisco bit crackers per package_________.___10c cheese spreads we invite you to try Pabst delicious cheese spreads. We have assorted flavors in attractive glasses. Priced at 2 for 27c Monarch cake flour per pkg. _-------21c Large pc baking Arm & Hammer soda 3 pkg. For 25c fresh butter and eggs Macaroni or Spaghetti 2 la. Cello pkg-------19c Pink Salmon 2 tall cans for_-----------____35c b8n Jel bring in your coupons 2 for------25c Monarch Coffee lb__25c tomatoes solid pack no. 21/2 cans 3 cans for 27c toilet soap 4 for la Fleecy White bleach pint bottle_______15c yacht club Corn Cream style 3 cans-------29c bananas Golden firm per pound______-----5c Post Toa sties 2 packages for_______________21c celebrate the.4th with these Price crashing values thurs., june 27 to thurs., july 4 one rack dresses closing out-$1.95 values $1.29 80 Square prints 19c values for Only 13c per Yard voiles Dimitres crepes values to 39c now-23c per Yard curtains Zion panels 50 in. $1.29 Val. 89c curtain sets-79c values 59c anklets for kiddies or grownups 10c 15c 25c underwear Lorraine slips____98c panties___25c and 49c hosiery Phoenix or humming Bird $1.15 values at__88c men s big brother overalls 98c boys Little Broth r overalls 79c men s Blue work shirts 39c men s & boys sport shirts 25c to 98c decked out for fun. Play suits-$1.00 and $1.95 Slacks-$1.00 Farmerettes-$1.00 sport shirts-59c and $1.00 dresses for the fourth Dorna Gordon for ladies __$1.00 and $1.95 cinderellas for misses _____________$1.00 Shirley temples for kiddies ______$1.95 More in g Kellogg s Corn flakes Large size __--------9c matches 6 five cent pkg. For__________17c Peanut butter 32 oz__21c Mustard 32 of. Jar,__9c nectar 3 bottles_____25c olives or pickles per bottle__________9c Lux or Camay soap 3 bars for ------17c of idol Large size____19c Ball Mason Jar Caps per dozen _____19c Rosenes. Hires Root Beer Doz Best Jar rings 6 boxes for________25c genuine Certo bottle_21c marshmallows 16 of. Pkg__________12c Wax paper 25c Val-18c Brown or powdered. Sugar .2 lbs._______11c Miracle whip quart__32c Teaberry Coffee 3 lbs_39c Hills Bros. Coffee 2 lbs. For__________49c cd Cane sugar.-$5.05 less in Price .49c pork & Beans can----5c Large size 3 for____25c Sandwich cookies s 2 lbs. For__________25c reef shells__________79c Silko flour______-$1.49 mothers Best flour_$1.69 town crier flour,_$1.79 Cook Book free gallon peaches____37c gallon prunes_____27c genuine jello 4 pks_19c pineapple 2 cans-----15c Johnston. Crackers 21b. Box for________16c Luhman 6 Sanders
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