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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 11, 1938, Postville, Iowa I thursday August 11, 1d38. Or. And mrs. H. H. Douglass and Fenily wore visitors y he Decorah swimming poo. I Morgan Loper and Myra Dorothea Pierz. Bo"1 of Dubuque were United in marriage saturday afternoon August i at three o clock in St. Paul s Luth to Church in this City pastor Fred Erick r Ludwig officiating. The Cou Ile arc unknown Here mrs. Addle Easton of Mason City accompanied by her guest mrs. Cora Cassil of Long Beach Calif., were visitors Here in the or. And mrs. H. E. Roberts Homo from saturday afternoon until monday morning when doth returned to Mason City. Or. And mrs. We a Hein will leave a sunday for a week s visit to their children. At Elgin 111., they will visit heir son Howard at Chicago they will spend some time with their daughter Gretchen at Valparaiso ind., they will visit their son Lloyd and family. Or. And mrs. Harlan Wegner Ana mrs. Chas. Wegner took miss Helen Wegner to Waterloo Friday evening. On saturday morning miss Helen accompanied by a group of teachers jell for Washington d. A new York City and other Points of interest in the East. Howard Humphrey drove to Iowa City last saturday to bring miss Mary Hope Humphrey Home from s. U. I. Tor the balance of the summer. They were accompanied Here by miss Eula Lia Klingbell who will spend the balance of this month visiting in the family Home. Or. And mrs. Gaddes Brooks. Or. And mrs. Lawrence Hofer went to Prairie Duchien last saturday evening for an overnight stay in the or. Mrs. Wilson Lange Home and on sunday morning All left by Auto and visited the Dickeyville Grotto and came Back via Dubuque. Miss Katherine Staadt of the local Highway office will Start her annual two weeks vacation saturday of this week when accompanied by her Mother mrs. Anna Staadt and sister. Miss Pauline they will leave for Lake Del Avan wis., and will also visit the dells and elsewhere in the Lake Region. Or. And mrs. Louis Hill or. And mrs. Will Leui mrs. Alice Miller and Hlen Gertrude miss Bernice burling mrs. J. W. Myers mrs. Jessie Sanders and miss Anna Leui were at Mcgregor last thursday to take the All Day River excursion to Lansing and return held in connection with the wild life school. W. H. Burling miss Bernice and Bob burling and Carl Holter were sunday visitors in Waterloo and Cedar Falls visiting in the f. L. Marquis Home at Waterloo and in the w. J. Waters Tome in cear Falls at which latter place or. Holter is remaining for a More extended sojourn while the others returned Home sunday evening. Page five. Miss Catherine Stone arrived Here last Friday morning from Covington. Kentucky where she has been serving As nursemaid the past three months for a stay of indefinite length in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Harold Stone. Elmer i Martin of the Castalia locality was a Postville business visitor during last saturday s terrific heat and said to was loading up with a suf Fly enl amount of foodstuff so that he would t have to come to town again until the weather Sot cooler. Mrs. Jessie Sanders. Miss Anna Leui and mrs. E. J. Handy entertained two groups of ladies at cards tuesday afternoon and evening at the miss Leui Nowon Salel new Auto built Washer even further improved age Norge is the Only Washer with All these features Vaut built transmission a porcelain agitator a steam sealed tub j j pressure indicator wringer come in see this new Norge Washer today Only Norge gives you All these features and More in one Washer. Wringers Are More massive easier to operate safer. All models have the occlusive Norge Auto uht transmission permanently sealed in Oil All have lifetime lubricated motors face the new Norge today bom Moncla available with Laa Osna a a motor for Homcha without electricity. Loui Schutte Post Vixie Iowa Home both groups assembling at the Blue Arrow cafe for a five o clock Tea where covers wore Laid Tor sixty four. Mrs. E. J. Lennon and son James. Mrs. De. Nelson and two sons arrived Home tuesday evening from their automobile trip to Greenville 111., where they visited in the Home of Howard Lennon and family. They also went to St. Louis mo., before returning Home. Or. And mrs. Allison Swenson of Cincinati. Ohio Hall Swenson of Dubuque or. And mrs. Arthur Swenson of route two Postville mrs. C. B. Davenport of Luana mrs. Smith and daughter of Elkader were dinner guests Here sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Ira Smith. Mrs. H. H. Douglass and Marjorie Mcguire were Over at Waukon sunday spending Church visiting Day in the sunday school there. Harvey Douglass. Elizabeth Ann and Bob Douglass accompanied them As far As the Arbe Behrens place where they stopped to inspect yellow River. Mrs. H. E. Roberts entertained at a dinner in her Home sunday complimentary to her guests mrs. Addie Easton of Mason City and mrs. Cora Cassil of Long Beach. Calif. Besides those previously mentioned the guests included mrs. F. L. Williams mrs. Anna Kerr. Mrs. J. W. Ward and miss Anna Leui. A. S. Burdick and Edward Burdick drove Down to Central City sunday and visited the Linn county fair then in Progress. The officials of the society informed them the attendance was the largest in years but it was mighty noticeable that the customers were not wasting much Money in patronizing the concessions Lloyd f. Putnam drove Over to Waverly sunday where he met Fred Bruene and mrs. Putnam who had driven Over from Gladbrook. And the latter accompanied Lloyd Home after a week s visit to relatives in her girlhood Home and she has again assumed her duties As Saleslady at the store of Luhman & Sanders. De. Voelker had a birthday anniversary sunday and the following came to his farm Northeast of town to help him celebrate the event mrs. Sophia Burgy Chicago mrs. Johanna Wrede. Milwaukee or. And mrs. Will Kaiser. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Kaiser and Gwendolyn. Mcgregor mrs. Eldo Kaiser and Gerhardt. Or. And mrs. Walter Bunken Helen and Lucille Lenth. Mrs. Amolia Mohrman and Louis Garnavillo mrs. Henry Aulerich and Verda Mae Drahn. Monona Rev. And mrs. Fred Voelker and Victoria and Ina. Waverly or. And mrs. Milton Voelker and daughter Postville. Luhman & Sanders grocery specials August 11,12,13 and 15 shoe string potatoes per can__________10c Van Camps Beans tall can 9c Early june peas 8 cans for________29c Best Jar Caps Doz._21c Presto Jar rings 6 Doz. For________25c pen Jel 2 pkgs_____23c Teaberry Coffee 2 lbs_____________29cy Cantaloupe Ige-----10c head lettuce Ige.-.10c celery Bunch 10c Peanut butter 32 of. Jar_________24c asst. Cookies 2 lbs._25c-Kraut, no. 2y2 can-9c gallon peaches pears or apricots____-49c Ripe olives tall can_15c. New comb honey__18c cd Cane sugar_$4.98 Black Hawk flour 49 la. Bag________98c mothers Best flour 1.59 Calif. Peach Doz.___29c toilet tissue 1000 sheets 5 Rolls----25c Chicken Noodle soup 9cgrape nuts flakes__9c Post Toa sties Ige-9c hires Root Beer 6 bottles for___-25c Calif. Grape fruit 5 for __._____25c Willard Schutte informs us that requests for Booths at the big four fair Are coming a nicely and that depart. Ment will be full again this year. The Community Church choir and pastor failed to do any broadcasting Over station Kuca at Decorah last nday 0wjng to the it that the Stefl Ion was out of commission. The broadcast will be Given at a later Date. However the dozen or so that went Over from Here visited the swimming Pool and Points of interest about Decorah. Many people from Postville and the surrounding country were saved from spending a sweltering Day in Prairie Duchien last sunday by reason of the fact that the Cole Bros circus billed to show there that Day had owing to labor trouble and Lack of business decided to shut up shop for the season and return to their Winter Headquarters in Indiana. Dick Hale and Stanley Schroeder will leave sunday morning by bicycle on a vacation trip in Minnesota. Their first Stop will be at Gordonsville Minn., where they will visit in the g. C. Hamersly Home after which they will go where fancy leads them. They will carry their entire camping equipment tents fish poles etc.,-Apd will pitch Camp whenever they get tired. Karl k. Marston and three children of Dallas Texas were visitors Here last thursday and Friday at the or and mrs. H. E. Roberts Home leaving saturday for new London Minn., to visit his sister mrs. Barbara Smith and family and from there were going on to Duluth Minn. Karl is still general agent for the Mobil Gas co. And his Field is the entire state of Texas. Or. And mrs. Fred Bruns drove to Cedar rapids saturday to take his Sis Ter. Miss Bruns of Monona to a Hospital there. Mrs. Richard Gulsvig and mrs. Maud Gass of this City accompanied them. All returned the same evening except mrs. Gulsvig who remained Over for a visit to her sister mrs. Frank Peck and family who brought her Back to Postville sunday miss Anna Mae Schultz will leave next sunday for Iowa City to continue her nurse s training course at the uni i varsity Hospital in Iowa City after a three weeks vacation visit Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Arthur Schultz. And we Are informed that agreeably to an established custom of the school she will now be required to put in an entire year s work without a vacation. A Jolly Bunch of Postville people enjoyed a picnic dinner and supper last sunday at the Backbone state Park. Those in attendance were or. And mrs. Henry Block or. And mrs. Aug. Schutte or. And mrs. Christ Poesch or. And mrs. E. J. Oldag and family or. And mrs. Walter Ruck Daschel and family or. And mrs. E. W. Schierholz. Miss Eileen Kozelka and f. C. Ruckdaschel. According to wednesday morning s Des Moines Register two of Postville s boys at the citizens military training Camp at fort Des Moines have won honors. Murray Ellis son of mrs. Pauline Ellis was awarded a sons of revolution medal and Paul Schroeder j a son of mrs. Bertha Schroeder of Henderson Prairie was awarded a Gold baseball Charm he being a member of the co. A baseball team which won the training Camp tournament. Or. And mrs. H. E. Roberts entertained a company of relatives and friends at their Home last Friday evening at a six o clock picnic dinner in Honor of their guests or. And mrs. Karl k. Marston and three children of Dallas Texas. Those present were or. And mrs. Kenneth Kerr and family or. And mrs. E. C. Marston and family or. And mrs. Lafe Tague and family Carl Holter. A. L. Meier. W. H. Burling miss Bernice and Bob burling. Lightning played a Peculiar prank Down at the Dan Mcneil jr., farm last Friday morning at five o clock. Threshers had been there on thursday and had the work All finished but four loads of bundles which were to be put through the machine Early Friday morning. However a Thunder storm came along that morning and a Bolt of lightning struck the Staw. Stack and entirely consumed it while the separator standing close by was not damaged in the least. Or. And mrs. Frank Reinhardt and two children of Little Falls Minn arrived Here last Friday for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Pat Brandt or. Reinhardt being an Uncle of mrs. Brandt. Saturday the rein hardts and the Brandts drove Over to see the Little Brown Church near Nashua. About 25 years ago or. Reinhardt lived in this Community farming near Postville Junction. After Selling his farm to Chas. F. Reincke he moved to Minnesota and is now employed at the Power dam in Little Falls col Chas. A. Lindbergh s Home town. When it comes to picking out a hot Day for a birthday you be got to hand it to Harry Schultz of route three Postville who was born again last sunday the hottest Day of the season thus far. However a goodly number of relatives and friends assembled at the hospitable farm Home of Harry and his Good wife that Day where they enjoyed a Bountiful dinner the Cooling Shade and congenial visiting and also wished for Harry Many Happy returns of the Day. Those present were or and mrs. Arno Schutte or. And mrs. Harvey Christofferson or. And mrs Elmer Schultz or. And mrs. Charley Ohloff or. And mrs. Helmie Meyer or. And mrs Kenneth Schultz or and mrs. H. F. Eberling or. And mrs Leonard Casten or. And mrs. Elmer Meyer and their families All of Postville or. And mrs. Ernest Kiesau and or. And mrs. Alvin Kiesau. Of Waukon future Farmers parents picnic at Decorah sunday seventy six future Farmers members their parents and friends Pic nicked at the Decorah City Park last sunday. After a bounteous dinner a Short program was held consisting of an introduction of the chapter officers birthday congratulations to de Voelker and a few Short remarks by supt. B. H. Graeber. Or. Adrian Gamble chapter advisor had charge of the program. The chapter the past year were Howard Voelker president Lyle Zieman vice president Donald Voelker Secretary Guy Waters treasurer and Maurice Neverman reporter. After a visit Many went to the Pool for a swim in the afternoon. This picnic is planned to be an annual affair so that parents and sons May enjoy a Fellowship that is somewhat different. Leroy Brink is wedded to miss Mae Wiemerslage announcement was made tuesday of the marriage of miss Mae Wiemers Lage of Lansing to Leroy Brink of Postville. The ceremony was performed saturday evening by the Hev. R. L. Van Nice at his Home in Waukon. They were attended by or. And mrs. Gust budahl. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. We. Wiemerslage Farmers living near Lansing and her husband is a son of mrs. Elizabeth budahl of Waukon. The newlyweds will live in Postville where the bridegroom is engaged As a truck Driver. Accidentally find a new material in mountains some years ago Zon Olite was Aci dentally discovered by a party of engineers seeking Miner Al deposits in the mountainous Kootenai District of Montana. One Day the men accidentally heated what looked like Ordinary Mica. They were amazed to see that the area affected by the flame was actually changing in color and expanding under the heat. Curiosity led the engineers to take a Sample of the material from mount Zon Olite As the place of discovery has since been named and to subject them to various tests. It was found that the specimens expanded fifteen to Twenty times in volume under 2,000 degree temperature that the Mineral developed High insulation value an unusual degree of sound absorption and exceptional qualities. Tiny dead air cells were found even in pieces the size of a pin head. Zon Olite being a granular material is easy to install. No elaborate machinery is necessary. There is no fuss or muss. Zon Olite is clean and absolutely Safe to handle As Well As being fireproof rodent proof and rat proof. Daring double trapeze acts at the big four fair word has been received Here by relatives and friends of or. And mrs. H. D. Webb. Mrs. A. J. Schuette and mrs. Eva Fay announcing their Safe arrival in Portland Oregon last saturday morning after a delightful motor trip. They did not visit Yellowstone National Park on their Way out but will do so on the return journey and As Well will visit the South Dakota Black Hills Region. They found or. Webb s sister mrs. Adolph Thias in much better physical condition than had been expected. Or. And mrs. A. O. Flaskerud Walter Flaskerud Agnes Flaskerud or. And mrs. S. T. Kittlesby Evelyn and Katherine or. And mrs. H. Flaskerud and family All of Calmar or. And mrs. E. A. Flaskerud and family of Granger Minnesota John Shannon of shuffle North Dakota mrs. Valder Meyer and children of Castalia were visitors Here sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. J. E. Flaskerud. Fred and Marie Guthrie the aristocrats of the air Are coming to the big four fair at Postville sept. 16 to 19, with a series of sensational Aerial performances. The two aristocrats will be brought Here among a Galaxy of circus stars with the internationally renowned Dewaldo attractions. The Guthries do four sensational acts on the double trapeze acts that Are thrilling throughout and that wind up with a hair raising breakaway finish. Fred Guthrie is also featured in his sensational chair balancing act on the High trapeze. In the same Dewaldo shows will come the Clayton. Miss Clayton has become known throughout the circus and theatrical world As lady her Iron jaw and Butterfly Wingspread act has received wide acclaim and it will be shown Here for the first time. If you like real thrills Don t fail to witness these death defying stunts twice daily at the big four fair in Postville sept. 16 to 19. Mrs. C. F. Smith and son Billy came up from Waterloo sunday evening with Jimmie Gregg for a visit in the Home of her father Carl Miller and with other relatives. Servel electro Lux runs on kerosene for Only a few cents a Day needs no daily attention Servel electro Lux will make life healthier and happier for your family every Day in the year. Write now for further details. Save with the refrigerator you hear about. But never hear l w. Thoma hardware heating plumbing Postville Iowa Iff smartly tailored suits to close out our Stock of Spring a and summer suits All in the latest styles and fabrics we have arranged them in three lots As follows one lot of suits values to $17.50 reduced to 12i� 7 5 one lot of suits values to $22.50 reduced to 14.75 one lot of suits values to $29.50 reduced to Wilson Bros. Sport shirts made up in styles and materials that Are always in Vogue. You should take advantage of this Price Cut regular $1.00 values marked Down to regular 50c values now reduced to Only 69c 39c Wilson Bros. Dress shirts Stock up now on a year s Supply of this popular Brand shirt. The Price will never be lower than now. Regular $2.00 values now to go at Only regular $i.5u values to close out at Only. $1.39 $1.19 men s and boys Wash pants regular $1.00 values now at. Only______________79c regular $1.25 values reduced ,_-_________l99c values from $1.50 and up to go at i 29 neckwear closeout $1.00 values at Only-___69c 50c values at Onlyj-------39c Many other bargains we have reduced the prices on Many other items of merchandise not listed Here. Come in and by now rail chief full Cut overalls in blues and stripes. Carlton Schroeder Clothier located in Iris theatre building Postville Iowa j

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