Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
19 Aug 1926

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19 Aug 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1926, Postville, Iowa Successful men enjoy saving successful men enjoy saving because they know from their own and others experience that systematic saving Points the Way to Success. Let us show you How to save in the right Way. We have several plans that will prove especially interesting because each plan pays you interest on your savings. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100, surplus $15,000 Postville Herald p. W. Hughes publisher Bort e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display-.______-.80 cents per Inch Frankville. Rev. Peck made a trip to Postville monday morning. Or. And. Mrs. Albert Depp Itier were Postville callers Friday. Lily May. Nash of Floyd is visiting i her sister mrs. Leo Birdsell. Miss Jessie Meikle returned sunday from a week s stay in Ludlow. Max Waters delivered cheese at glue River Wisconsin Friday. De Youmans and family of Decorah locals renders legals 10c per line ,._._______ want ads.-.5 cents per line visited at Louie Felke s sunday Cash with order of i All mail orders j or. And mrs. Sherman Bollman Church school or society notice of made a trip to Decorah monday entertainment where an admission is or. And mrs. Tom Bollman were charged or cards of thanks and Reso Ossian visitors monday afternoon. Castalia. Miss Dorothy Winn was at Postville tuesday. Miss Julia Kobriger was at Postville tuesday. Or. And mrs. John Brandt were at Decorah tuesday. Inez and Vera Meyer were Ossian callers. Wednesday. Or. And mrs. 11. L. Meyer were visitors at Luana wednesday. Miss Pearl Landt of Luana was the guest of Inez Meyer tuesday. Mrs. John Bachelder accompanied her Niece Home to Ossian thursday. Lester Martens was overcome by the dust during threshing saturday. Mrs. Ross Winn went to Luciia h?1t.5?t Are in at regular Ais or j1 i thursday and returned Home Satur advertising rates. Foreign Adver Lipinn repro a nth to Lvi the am Picani Ress association entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Tended the county fair last week. Fred Hilmer and Roma Padden wer Day. I mrs. John Bachelder s Niece is fishing at the Power dam sunday. I a a or a vhf re Chelder or and mrs. Georgo Wolfe were spending the week at the Bachu Uei thursday August 19, 1926 Luana. Harold Kumpf spent Friday with Robert Krambeer near Hardin. Or. And mrs. Herman Knuth transacted business at Postville Friday. Miss Hatty Landt spent a few Days with mrs. Harva Miller on route two. W. W. Smith went to eau Claire Wisconsin Friday evening to visit his brother. Mrs. Chas. Winn of Castalia came monday evening to assist at the Chas. Nichols Home. Ruth Nichols spent several Days the past week at the c. C. Bomberger Home at St. Olaf. Or. And mrs. Fred Seeland a toed to Cresco Leroy and Austin Minnesota. Thursday i. ,.,f r or. And. Mrs we. Doerring were j yer. Is of sunday guests of or. And mrs. John Rev he a a use 01 Garms at Monona. Pound of Thistle Leaf Coffee free the famous Thistle Leaf Coffee is 50c per lb., with 10 coupons you get a full Pound absolutely free. Jack Sprat Good eats of almost every land in cans and packages. Palate pleases at pleasing prices potato chips Bartlett pears for Canning cucumbers and cantaloupes peaches for Canning Blue prunes for Canning Johnston s crackers and cookies Campbell s soups several flavors of ice Cream Thoma Bros. Restaurant we deliver both phones Decorah callers saturday afternoon. George Kerr and family visited relatives at. Postville sunday afternoon. Walter Van Wey and wife visited relatives at Bethel sunday afternoon. Otto Dahlin and family of file mood were sunday visitors at a e. Knees Kern s. Mrs. Martha Ambrose is enjoying a visit with relatives from Montana since saturday. Herman Barker and children and mrs. J. J. Van Wey were Decorah callers monday. Mrs. Ernie Beals and mrs. Henry Chamberlain were Ossian shoppers Friday afternoon. G. L. Cunningham and family of Decorah visited at George Van Wey s sunday afternoon. Chick Borak and family of Waterloo spent thursday and Friday with mrs. Mary Waters. Lelia Van Wey visited her Uncle Archie Crabtree at Decorah the latter part of the Waters took a truck Load i of household goods to Guernsey Mon phone 84 for your ice Cream these hot Days without ice Cream and plenty of it is like Christmas without Candy. To assure your needs being promptly filled and according to your wishes will you Aid us in serving you by phoning your order As Early As possible. Fruits Fountain drinks cigars mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son worm Ocene for hogs compounded especially for Worms tonic and conditioner. Will give satisfactory results. One $1.25 bottle treats 8 average sized pigs full six weeks treatment at the total Cost of 16c per pig. Economical to use and easy to give. Five bottles treat forty average sized pigs at the total Price of $6.25. Compare this with the fellow who peddles direct to you and gets $16.00 to treat the same number of hogs. Worm Cine is a Medicine for hogs Only. You risk Only a few cents when you use worm Cine. You risk the pigs when you Don t. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store or. And mrs. Vick Bray of Weston Are visiting the Glen Bray and Henry Dundee families. Miss Frances Overbeck was a supper guest at the Fred Renzman Home South of Postville thursday. Grandma Crawford of Grimes Iowa came tuesday to assist in caring for her grandson Glen Nichols.  mrs. Ross Winn of Castalia came thursday evening to assist in the care of her Cousin Glen Nichols. Or. And mrs. C. L. Cayton of Wau Kon a toed Over tuesday for a Chat with old friends and neighbors. Or. And mrs. Harvey Clough of Mcgregor were Here wednesday to see their Nephew Glen Nichols. Var. And mrs. Elmer Schultz and son Donald of Postville spent sunday evening at the Joe Wirsching Home. Mrs. Mary Henderson spent sunday with her sister mrs. Hardin and or. And mrs. J. C. Bennetts at Monona. The Ben Krambeer family with grandpa and grandma Eggert of Postville spent sunday at Decorah mrs. Frank Lenth of Monona is spending several Days with her daughter mrs. Werner Knuth and family. Or. And mrs. Frank Ames and or and Are. M. E. Smith were callers at the Mcghee Home near Mcgregor sunday. At number of friends and relatives assisted mrs. Henry Mueller in Cele Brating her birthday anniversary Friday. Mrs. G. M. Lambert daughter Louise and mrs. Dora Ziegler were business callers at Monona tuesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Joe a. Wirsching with or. And mrs. Klinkel of Monona returned Home from their Western trip tuesday. Or. And mrs. Joe Wirsching and sons spent the week end with her parents or. And mrs. August Schultz near Postville. Uncle Nelson Gibbs of California came saturday noon to spend the week end with his Niece mrs. G. M. Lambert and family. Rev. And mrs. Kumpf and son Harold a toed to Mason City sunday afternoon for a few Days visit with his sister and family grandma Krambeer the Robert family and Susan Chapman were sunday evening visitors of or and mrs. Ben Krambeer and children. Mrs. H. J. Schultz attended the lutheran ladies Aid at Postville thursday and also visited with old friends and neighbors returning Fri Day. Donald Overbeck misses Frances Overbeck and Margaret Ziegler spent sunday afternoon with their friends Otto and Blanche Oelke at Farmers Burg. Or. And mrs. We. Doerring or and mrs. C. H. Overbeck the Ben Overbeck family were sunday evening guests of or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg. Or. And mrs. Carl Erb and child Ren or. And mrs. Emil Lempke and or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck visited sunday with or. And mrs. Fred Lempke at Monona. Mrs. Herbert Parker and three sons of Ladysmith Wisconsin a toed Here saturday for a visit with her parents or. And mrs. Herman Rekow and other relatives. Miss Imo lamborn is visiting her brother Don and family. She has been on an Auto trip to Niagara Falls. Miss Irma Lamboni of Minneapolis accompanied her on the trip. Or. And mrs. We. Hubacker or. And mrs. John splies or. And mrs. Delbert Meier and family of Monona and or. And mrs. H. J. Buholz of Idaho visited sunday at the Fred splies Home. Mrs. Herman Knuth spent several Days the past week with her son Werner Knuth and family on route one getting acquainted with her new grandson who arrived monday August 9th. Or. And mrs. Fred Palas and son Bernold or. And mrs.-lorenz., Doerring daughters Eleanor and Jean Rev. Hinkhouse of Independence was a guest at the Chris Waters Home saturday and sunday or. And mrs. Tom Bollman e7.ra Bollman and Jimmie made a trip to Luana Friday morning Rev. Peck enjoyed a visit from his Friend Rev. Duckett of Monticello several devs last week or. And mrs. De Dowd and Morven Barrett from near Ossian spent sunday at Charley Barrett s. A mrs. Joe Hawley of Liscomb arrived Here Friday for a visit with her Cousin mrs. L. N. Felke mrs. Hattie lower and Ruth visited relatives at Ludlow and Waukon wednesday and thursday. Francis Padden and wife of free port were visitors at the Roma Padden Home sunday evening. Errol Felke visited at the de you Man s Home near Decorah last week and also attended the fair. The m. Ii. Club helped mrs. Tilli Brouillet celebrate her birthday sat urday with a picnic supper. Ezra Bollman and son Jimmie of1 Sheldon visited his brother Tom the latter part of the week. Don Mckay and wife a toed from Waukesha Wisconsin Friday for a visit at Henry Chamberlain s. Jim Mckay of Estherville and Gene Williams of Decorah were calling on old friends in town saturday. Or. Roninger of. Waukon was Over last monday afternoon to attend mrs. Charley Barrett Efto is very poorly. Chester Green and family mrs. M. Green and Ruth of Castalia visited at Jas. Kneeskern sr., sunday afternoon. A clothing firm from Oeh vein has rented George Van Wey s store building and will conduct a Sale there this week. Gwendolyn and Margaret Hender shot of Nordness Are visiting their grandparents or. And mrs. George Van. Wey. Walter Kneeskern and family and mrs. Elma Crabtree went to Waterloo saturday for an Over sunday visit with relatives. Or. And mrs. Francis Everest of Strawberry Point visited at tha Arthur Topel and Gleri Lethe for Homes saturday and sunday. C. H. Waters has rented Earl Livingood s House which was vacated by prof. Gordon s family and expects to take Possession this week. Prof. Gordon went to Guernsey last tuesday where he will teach in the consolidated school there. The family left monday to join him. Sherman Bollman Vern Letch Foi a George Sherman Lisle French John Snitker and Walter Pilgrim made a fishing trip to Lansing sunday. Mrs. Roy Kneeskern went to Clayton saturday and from there expects to go to Minneapolis to visit her brother George Chewning who is in a serious condition with a tumor on the brain. School opens Here monday August "30th, with Harry Colvin of Sanborn principal of the High school miss \ a staffor Luana intermediate and miss Geneva Darling of Decorah primary teacher. Or. And mrs. J. A. Peck mrs. Cora Simpson and daughter mrs. Gens Kenvon l. K. Lower or. And mrs. Charley Shattuck and will Stock and family of Decorah attended the 5th anniversary of the dedication of the Community Church Here sunday. The 5th Celebration of the dedication of the Community Church held sunday was Well attended. Rey. Hinkhouse of Independence preached in the morning and gave an excellent discourse. A picnic dinner was served at noon of which there was an Abun dance of Good things. The afternoon program opened with i a worker s conference and plans were made for the work for the year. At 2 o clock a devotional service was conducted by Rev. Peck after which All had the pleasure of hearing inspiring messages from Rev. Duckett of Monticello and Rev. Galloway of Postville. Mrs. Cora Simpson of Decorah and miss Florence Peck each Sang a Solo in their usual pleasing Way and add Home. Miss Chloe Haefner went to West Union tuesday to visit the Lambert Sisters. John Schroeder sr., came thursday to spend the Day at l. A. Never Man Home. Or. And mrs. Geo. Schultz and Norma attended the Decorah fair wednesday. Or and mrs. E. J. Baltz and children were to Decorah thursday to attend the fair. Miss Wilnia Neuenswander went to Decorah wednesday to visit at the Nels Nelson Home. Milton Gibbs of , Califia Nia came tuesday to visit with his father we. Gibbs. Or. And mrs. Melvin Stee and Johanna Nesvik attended ladies Aid at Ossian. Wednesday. Or. And mrs. Nels Nelson and Hildren of Decorah called at the Geo. Kobriger Home tuesday. E. J. Baltz was at Des Moines the first of the week to attend the Dodge Auto dealers convention. Miss Anna kneeling of West Union has been visiting the past Siwek at the Home of her Uncle Fred Westphol. Mrs. Bickel of Giard is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. Haefner she being the Mother of the latter. Or. And mrs. H. H. Meyer Elaine Kluss and or. And mrs. H. Duhms and Zonna Mae were Clermont callers tuesday. Mrs. We. Drallmeier and Daugh Ter Geraldine and mrs. John Kluss and Elaine were Postville callers tuesday. Mrs. Chas. Winn was called to Luana monday to the Nichols Home on account of her Nephew being Hurt. She returned Home thursday. Milton Gibbs. Who has been visiting at the Home of his brother we. Gibbs. Left for Luana saturday to visit his Niece mrs. Lambert. It was quite a Shock for our Castalia friends when they heard of airs. H. L. Meyer s Accident at pop Tville saturday no Miina. She was very Luck not to be killed. Or. And mrs. Irwin Burington of St. Paul were visitor at the Ward Bachelder Home the latter being a Ster of mrs. Bachelder. They returned Home thursday. Mrs. John Kluss and daughter Elaine left Friday morning for Sanborn to visit at the Home of or. And mrs. Or in . Thev were accompanied by mrs. De Gass of Postville. Ette or. And mrs. H. W. Schultz and e0 confirmation of catechumens. 11 30 Celebration of holy communion. All those desiring to partake of holy communion Are requested to announce themselves at the parsonage 20 to 28 of am rust. J. Voelk pastor. I local i have mugs the pres. L. A. S. Meet at the Home of miss Amy Meier Friday afternoon August 20 at three o clock. A picnic supper will be served a Etc the business session. Members please bring sandwiches dishes and another article of food. Or. And mrs. J. W. Steele and son Joseph and Job. Steel sr., of this City accompanied by their guests the Frank Steele children of Marengo and Cedar rapids were sunday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Dan Steele of Waukon. Mrs. E. Read and daughter Opal returned heme from their visit at Austin Minnesota saturday. They were accompanied by mrs. Read s Mother mrs. George Corson who will spend a month or two Here if her health permits. The first farm Sale of the fall season hereabouts was made last week when Harold Landsgard just South of Postville sold the Yomner Geo. Welzel 43 acre farm to Walter Ruck Daschel for of ,000, Possession to be Given March first next. Or. And mrs. Carl c. Sander and daughter were out sightseeing sunday. They went first to Mcgregor thence up the Scenic Highway along the Mississippi for a ways cutting across to Waukon then going up to Eitzen and Prosper Minnesota and then Home. E. H. Lockwood of Favette is a patient at Postville Hospital this week recuperating from a hernia affliction. He was driving cattle from the pasture ally stepped in when he Accident. A Hole in the ground Tressing injuries. He is getting along and fell causing very painful and Dis nicely and being a member of the fraternity is appreciating the fact that he is in a room furnished by the masons and Eastern stars. Spend your vacation in the Black Hills South Dakota conveniently reached via Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul by. To rapid City. A Peerless summer playground at your front door. A land of enchantment. A wide variety of picturesque landscapes of mountains Stream scapes of forests and can await sva zionist f a fares to Raki City Driz it Furtun Mer months f a if our no the sum Rood until october 31 30 tic ulars ask any ticket a Ullmar a is the Man who wins perhaps in your own experience you can Point to a time when if you had saved you could have shared in an Opportunity that would have made you Many times better off financially than you Are now. There is Only one answer Start saving now for the next time Opportunity knocks. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa Nat Ola National Burns hard or soft Coal Coke or Wood made by Excelsior stove & mfg. Co. Quincy 111. The most economical heating system for the Home of ii Small store or Hull. Why not have Furnace Comfort at stove Price this new portable room Furnace is the last word in heating efficiency at a new level of Low Cost. Its Beautiful appearance in a deep grained mahogany finish resembles a musical instrument and proves a most desirable addition to any room. Nat Ola National will heat As much apace As two to three Ordinary types of Heaters. It provides the comforts the cleanliness and Economy that you desire at a Price Leas than you expect to pay. Soulby e. P. Durno hardware heating plumbing Postville Low our Little Corner no. 11 thursday aug 19, 1926 vol.1 we Don t know of -. Anything quite so hot As an automobile Cushion that s been exposed to this August Sun. The Lime value of your farm buildings is not measured by their Cost but by their earnings in after years. If a new hog House or barn is needed to save More litters or make More milk it is Economy to build it at once. Dodging necessary expenditures will delay your own Prosperity. Our part is to help you spend your building funds wisely. Spare the ice and spoil the milk. My a Ain t raised no Corn this year my a Ain t raised no enters my a Ain t raised no Beans this year but of my Gash Fermat cars you ladies want a permanent w a v c. What we d like is a permanent shave. The future life and usefulness of your Binder will do Postville lumber company h. N. Hanks or. Both phones Puiul upon t Iem and Protection it re wives now. How in a machine it. Service win a extended in a a Vears and replace intent expense correspondingly red it will be far Eta by to build an plume it Abed a fill Largo enough in House Al your Merit than to by i new implement a Ery three Orff or years. Shady pi3 places Thene a Are at a Prem 1 in such an a Mai hurry birth is Isa he i4f Road crossing. Car of Rye is $24.50 p ure bran $28.00 so me Rye uni save some of your Coin the Farmers store

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