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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1926, Postville, Iowa Iii Iii 0stv1lle theatre by and saturday August 20 and 21 the comedy Bombshell behind the front Rolae Raymond Hatton and Wallace Beery. Boy Krov what a comedy it s the sunny Side of the kid War. Every sex Soldier should be on deck to a the fun. American legion lodges throughout jul Norv have heartily endorsed it. Also a two a seedy admission 40c and 20c. Monday an tuesday August 23 and 24 Norma Shearer in the Devil s circus i most gripping and thrilling circus melodrama. Theory of a girl who joins the circus who nearly uses her life when the trapeze upon which she is forming Breaks and she Falls into the Lions Den mow More thrills and More gripping than any two pictures you have Ever seen. Don t miss great circus picture. A a a % no show wednesday night thursday August 26 or. A. G. Mertz presents the life of Jesse James a very educational and thrilling picture with Jesse James own son playing the leading part and showing the Northfield Bank robbery and numerous interesting events in the life of Jesse James. Also a two reel comedy one show Only at 8 15 admission 35c and 15c the Postville Herald. Postville Iowa Pace Pivo local news notes a t Youv want and column. A i Niblic liability . V,.u Gnu web it by Fader fair yesterday judging poultry. No 11 the Farmei a store. Or. And mrs. Chas. Wagner were sunday visitors i Mcgregor �18. me cd spent m 1vt ,, 1,1 Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. H. C. Fan Tedington vis in his parents m Ueo Orali sunday. Family w phonograph Needles at the Post Loo. 5 lie Hirn Turc store advertisement. I or. Ai 1 red Kuhse and will barrels were Eli i Betl try our want and column. Property damage . Mrs. Louis Schutte visited relatives in Elgin sunday. Or. Mid mrs. Ralph by extol were sunday motor visitors in Calmar. Or. And mrs. Geo. G. Sebastian and family were Silmar visitors sunday. Or. And i s. Cd f. Be Hoeder and family motored to Arlington sunday. Or. And mrs. H. J. Masonhall and were sunday visitors in water goo. Kohlmann and visitors in Greeley Ville Yini Muin Fiini-n-aiii.m". Ami mrs. A a Iii Reis were in Zabeth were business visitors in Clermont thurs a sunday Day. Rev. E. Schmidt closed his visit Neve Chrisl Offerson & Harrington have last saturday and left for his Home been repainting the a. L. Peterson a Lena Illinois Home. Miss Anna Neilly was entertained or. And mrs. 3, t. Humphrey and sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Family were sunday afternoon visitors ran Mcneil or. In Monona. The Catholic ladies will hold a food no was at Sale at the Geo. Meier grocery sat school Days Are near we have everything for the boys to Wear suits with two pair of trousers Long or shirt blouses Caps shoes and oxfords shirts stockings and socks. The Hub . Melvold mgr. Postville Iowa Moore s Fountain pens the write test is the right test step into our stove and try the new Moore Fountain pens. The new line of Moore pens Are finished in a Beautiful Blue indestructible non breakable barrel. The Gold pen Points made by master workmen Are iridium tipped and will last a life time. # Start the boys and girls off to school equipped with one of these new pens the Best that can be made and they will take a new interest in their work. Moore s Fountain pens from $3.00 up. The Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts it guess in even inexperienced buyers can Tell that our prices Are fair because we have an unerring method by which they themselves can determine the age and value of any Dodge Brothers used car in our Stock facts Are better than guesses. Baltz garage Castalia Iowa a used car is Only As dependable As the is Al a. Who Sells it attorney w. H to dunce every thursday Green Val Alojs fee wet non Best no sic Tvr kiebl1 a skin and flip Catholic ladies will hold a food a 1,1 1,0 c to Meier grocery saturday afternoon. J. I. Elite raised a Corn crib and ii angry in on his farm Northwest of Postville. Another Fine rain Early in the morning on monday can be added to i a list for Postville. Hugh Strauc h came up from Elgin saturday to spend a week with his aunt mrs. F. W. Hughes. A two months old baby mis operated at Postville Hospital Hist thursday for strangulated hernia. Miss Helen m. Tuttle came up from Jodii palls Friday evening to spend the week end with her parents. I. Ii. Selu Oeder mrs. L. C. Schulz Ami Dorothy were saturday . In the h. C. Honn Home in Monona. An Eye car nose and Throat clinic will he held at Postville Hospital Forenoon Only tuesday Matig St 24th. Odd Fellows work in the third degree on two candidates Friday eve Unnik and some elegant eats after the to work. A i l he misses Hulda and e1u Luchor of Caledonia Minnesota Are Here on a visit to their Cousin mis. W. G. Dulman. . J. Thill came up from Dubuque on monday morning to join his wife and children in a visit to Postville relatives. For Quality Kodak pictures with High gloss finish and Art line Border take your films to the Douglass pharmacy. Or. And mrs. Al Knobel went to saturday evening being called there by the serious illness of his father. Or. And mrs. Ii. F. Eggert of this City and or. And mrs. Ken Krambeer of Hardin were sunday picnickers in Decorah Park. Harlan Thoma of Des Moines arrived in Postville tuesday evening on a visit to his parents or. And mrs. W. C. Thoma. Mrs. Chet Pearson and daughter Mary Ella of route 2, Are visiting the former s brother and sister this week at Hartley and Quimby. It s a wow behind the front the bom Sheu comedy hit. Next Friday and saturday. Re there mayor w. J. Hanks and councilman o. C. Sander Are attending the annual convention of the Iowa league of municipalities at Carroll. Or. And mrs. Darius Orr or. And mrs. J. A. Pains and mrs. G. L. Upper enjoyed a picnic supper sunday at the West Union fair grounds. Miss Amy Meier and mrs. L. F. Putnam entertained at a 1 110 luncheon wednesday at the Home of the former followed by a Kensington. Daniel Steele jr., and his Fine team of Shetland ponies Are hers from Wanton on a vacation visit at he Home of or. And mrs. H. V. Steele. Mis Catherine Geraghty of the Herald Force went to Dubuque saturday afternoon to spend sunday with her sister Mildred. She returned monday. Corn in this locality Seldom has looked better at this season than it. Does at present. I the Frost holds off Long enough it will certainly to a Good. Era Gilda Martindale former pm Riff of Alla Makee county and children were Postville visitors sunday at tha Home of or. And mrs. A. S. Hardiek. Or. Hanson will have in Postville a class of horses that will work or sell although their Bone feet and form make them desirable. One year s i credit Given. I c. M. Kerr of Henderson Prairie and his helpers Are Busy this week preparing a Clermont township farm Booth for exhibit at the West Union fair next week. I or. And mrs. Bert e. Tuttle Fred Tuttle and Mary Mcgirk drove Down to Harvey Clark s sunday afternoon and bad an enjoyable visit in that hospitable Home. Louis Schave was in the Herald of Ike monday Forenoon to look Over Hie advertisements of farms for rent. He is looking for a Good location acid decided on Postville Vicinity. Or. And mrs. J. R. Laughlin or. And mrs. H. C. Meyer and family or. And mrs. Clarence Kenney and family and mrs. Bernice Walter Pic nicked sunday at the Stone House. Or. And mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude of this City and or. And mrs. G. E. Jorgenson of Clermont were motor visitors sunday at Oelwein and Strawberry Point. Mis. L. H. Sci Rocker of this City mrs Mary Mever of Cresco and mrs. Henry Honn of Monona left saturday noon on a weeks visit to or. And mrs. H. P. Meyer in Beloit Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. Julius Heins visited at the Chris lulus Home near Garna Villo sunday and participated in the pleasures 6f a Large family in shoring where Fine eats and sociability combined to make it a Happy occasion. Or. And mrs. J. A. Palas entertained a company of friends at a g 30 dinner at their Homo last thursday evening. Following dinner the evening was passed pleasantly at Bridge. Miss Agnes Kielty of Charles City who is having a vacation from her duties with the Hart Parr co., arrived in Postville yesterday afternoon for a few Days visit with her Cousin Catherine Geraghty. Or. And mrs. Melva Mitchell and daughters Isabel and Shirley Mao of Mcgregor and m. And. Mrs. Bert urday afternoon. Or. And mrs. A. J. Phillips and mrs. J. K. Phillips were enjoying Mcgregor scenery sunday. Mrs. Herman White of Luann underwent an operation it Post ill e Hospital last week. Or. And mrs. Herman Shutta joined the motor caravan that journeyed to Mcgregor sunday. Or. A. A. Sherbon physician and surgeon. Office in mrs. Geo. Hod each Home Postville. Iowa. Or. And mrs. Leonard Casten or. And mrs. H. F. Scharn were Decorah fair visitors last thursday. Mrs. P. Weigand of Garnavillo is at Postville. Hospital receiving treatment for pernicious anaemia. The confirmation class of St. Paul s lutheran Church had a Jolly picnic last Friday at the Stone House. Or. Swella optometrist will be at our store in Postville on tuesday of each week. The Hanks jewelry co. An Eye ear nose and Throat clinic will be held at Postville Hospital Forenoon Only tuesday August 24th. Delbert Knapp is Homo from a two weeks visit with his grandparents or. And mrs. Ii. C. Moi in of Mono i a. Diet Pearson is substituting for Elmer Meyer on Rural route no. 3 while the latter is off on his annual vacation. Or. And mrs. L. L. Hill and or. And mrs. Ai be Bel Irens were picnickers sunday at Wildwood Park Oelwein. Or. And mrs. W. J. Clark and or. And mrs. H. V. Steele motored to Oelwein sunday and Pic nicked at wild Wood Park. Mrs. L. S. Tireman and children of Iowa City Are expected Here about september first on a visit to friends in Postville. Or. And mrs. Meyer Elza and Libbie Schultx Hertha Gass and Genii Schultz were Arlington visitors sunday. Or. And mrs. Frank Samek and or. And mrs. Raymond Samek were among the Postville picnickers at Wildwood Park Oelwein sunday. Or. And mrs. J. M. Thoma mrs. Louise Mayer and mrs. Hattie Casten motored to Mcgregor sunday to watch the boats go by. Mrs. Angie Henderson and daughter May of Cherokee spent last week in Postville guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Bert Mars ton. Or. And mrs. Roy Wagner Eldred Sander and Helene Meyer of this City took in the boat excursion from Mcgregor sunday evening. Or. And mrs. C. F. Klincke and son Delbert Knapp were Sun thy evening guests in the Home of i and mrs. Lawn Nee Oelke in Mon. Ervin Moritz and family and or and mrs. W. A. Moritz and daughter Annuel spent sunday afternoon Wilh or. And mrs. Chas. F. Remike. Or. And mrs. De Taju utile a family of Luana were sunday guests of or. And mrs we. Moritz and daughter Elizabeth of this City. Why suffer those aches and pains come to Postville take treatments and be cured. O. A. Kinsel physician Postville Iowa. Jack Suten Lloyd Palmer w. E. Durno and Lames Fisher comprised a Jolly Hunch of he hens who took in Decorah fair sights last . P. Mcneil returned saturday from a several Days sojourn in Dubuque where he had been attending a convention of Alwater Kent radio dealers. Wendel Wagner Orriiv and de Gordon and Ray Putnam were among the 2from this locality who took in the Milwaukee rail and River excursion sunday. Or. And mrs. Harry Herrick and family drove Over from Fredericksburg sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. H. Ii. Douglass and daughter. Or. And mrs. R. It. Douglass and family and mrs. . Douglass motored Down to National sunday and spent the Day As guests of the Sherman Sisters. Or. And mrs. L. W. Meyer and or. And mrs. Eldo Meyer of Garnavillo were sunday visitors in Postville guests at the Home of or. And mrs. O. A. Kinsel. X a. Or. And mrs. Harold Stone and Catherine mrs. Henry Schuette and mrs. H. J. Schuette Pic nicked in Decorah Park sunday and enjoyed the band concert. Or. And mrs. Geo. J. Meier and family or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy and family and mrs. Anna Sheehy i were motor visitors sunday at West a Union Oelwein and Sumner. Or. And mrs. W. H. Burling and family and or. And mrs. Carl holier were looking Over the Hill country sunday afternoon by Auto visiting Wadena Volga City and Elkader. J after a pleasant visit in the Home of or and mrs. Darius or of this j City. George l. Opper left sunday night for his Home in Riverside. Illinois. Mrs. Opper remains for a longer visit. T. J. Crawford of Decorah was a recent caller. He has just finished his farm Bureau Campaign in Alla Makee county with Good results and the last of this month will Start work in Clayton county. E. J. Handy has the ground taken out for the new Home he is if erect i West Postville this fall. Tho budding will be a Frame Structure of the dutch colonial Type 24x3-1 feet with basement garage or. And mrs. Werner Muchow of Hartford s. Dakota Are Here on a visit in the Home of her father Carl c. Schroeder. During to Call at this office monday morning or. Mushow informed us that while crops there  try our want and column. Cheap Tornado . Or. And mrs. Frank Ervin wore sunday visitors in Marquette. Or and mrs. J. T. Melvold were sightseeing sunday at Mcgregor. Mrs. Mary Benson of Eirin visited a h. Weih Home saturday. Or. And mrs. Pat Brandt and Phoebe were visiting in Mcgregor sunday. William Behi cons took in Tho evening bout excursion from Mcgregor sunday. A. S. Burdick and Joseph Steele were Decorah fair visitors last Friday. Or. And mrs. A. J. Schuler and family were sunday visitors in spill Ville. A or. And mrs. Elmer Hoth of Mason City spent the week end Here with Home folks. Or. A f. Kelliher physician and surgeon. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Or. And mrs. Peter service and family Are visiting relatives in Osh cosh Wisconsin. The Catholic ladies will hold a food Sale at the Geo. Meier grocery saturday afternoon. Best and cheapest life insurance buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. A or. And mrs. Dan Snitker and Henry j. Schuette were at Mcgregor sunday afternoon. Unless All signs fail to will next week Haviv another wedding to announce to Tiei Ald readers. Postmaster Keith Gray returned motor tray morning from his vacation trip and reports a Fine time. Or. And mrs. Lloyd Putnam spent a sunday at the Home of his Mother mrs. Emma Putnam West of this City. Kenneth Sanders returned sunday from his two weeks fishing trip m Wisconsin and reports the Best time Ever. Henry month of Evanston Illinois was a guest last thursday in the Home of or. And mrs. J. F. Pains of this City. Or. And mrs. W. D. Gould of this City and or. And mrs. Gus Brink of Volney were picnickers at the Stone House sunday. 1 or. And mrs. Frank Shipton of Al to Vista motored to Postville sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs., Louis i Koevenig. I Gustav Wedemeier jr., of Chicago was a guest tuesday and wednesday at the Home of his Cousin William Weiho and family. Miss Irene Brooks of Quimby a student at Cedar Falls spent the week end Here in the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. W. Pay. Or. And mrs. John f. Gains and mrs. Fred Lami inert left monday by Auto on a visit to relatives in Lemars and Lincoln Nebraska. It s a wow behind the front the Bombshell comedy hit. Next Friday and saturday. Be there or. And mrs. Geo. W. Any and miss Adeline Smith took miss Irene Brooks and miss Helen m. Tuttle Back to school at Cedar Falls sunday. Rev. And mrs. F. Ii. Shepple and daughters Dorothy and Alice of Del mar Iowa wore guests monday at the William Aveilhe Home in this City. Or. And mrs. Will Surk and or. And mrs. Oscar Miller of Rock Valley were guests saturday afternoon and evening at the William h. Weihe Home. Or. And mrs. Sam Mosby and r. P. Stanuch and son of Elgin and mrs. F. W. Hughes drove to Wanton tuesday Forenoon to attend to business matters. Or. And mrs. Lynn ilium in and family of this City Are up at Clear Brook Minnesota visiting in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. W. E. Hinman. Mrs. Irvin Allen miss Bessie Allen mrs. Myra Gray and mrs. F. W. Hughes drove to West Union monday afternoon to attend to some business matters. Don to fail to attend the grand Meadow Community club meeting and Box social at Singer Hall saturday evening. A Fine program will be followed Liy a Box social. Lenry Lawson Larny Clark find Henry Van Gorder journeyed Over to West Union last. Friday evening and had a muscovite finish put on their Odd Fellowship. Or. And mrs. C. F. Meier and daughter Helene left tuesday morning on a two weeks a motor  trip to Sioux Falls Hartford Colton and Pierre s. Dakota. Geo. Harris of rising City Nebraska and his grandson Geo. Harris of Omaha arrived Here sunday by Auto for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. Hugh Shepherd. Or. And mrs. De Miller and daughters Ruth and inr-7. Virginia and miss Minn Gayor of Rock Valley were guests Friday and saturday at the William Weihe Home. They had been visiting at Marshalltown Gladbrook Vinton and Elgin before coining Here and were on their Way Home. New Victor records once a we Elf every acc . F. The Sawvelle Palm Postville Iowa Tai Ikeland son Robert wove sunday had suffered some Fawi dry weather dinner guests of or. And mrs. 0. P. They were turning out somewhat bet brinks a the commercial hotel. Ter than expected. I at the elevator conqueror flour $8.50 per barrel Hall Roberts sen Postville Iowa sturdy tools that give Long service the rugged Winchester tools will Appeal to every Man who uses tools. Good design balance and finish also help to make them As Fine As any Mechanic can ask for. They Are made to do Good work and lots of it. These Are the Days you need your tools and it pays to have the right tool Wrhen you need it. This is Winchester tool week at our store. Come in and let us show you their Superior features. Sold Only at Louis l. Hill s heating hardware plumbing Postville Iowa Fayette co. Fair West Union Iowa August 23-27, 1926 the fair that never disappoints largest Stock and club exhibit in n. E. Iowa 300 boys and girls in club work 8 big state fair circus acts 8 3 Ball games .3 Hawkeye St. Olaf tuesday August 24 Clermont Volga City wednesday August 25 West Union Elgin Friday August 27 6 harness races $250.00 added Money big fireworks program wednesday thursday nights Clermont band tuesday and wednesday Oelwein band of 100 pieces wednesday. West Union band thursday and Friday draft horse and mule pulling contest thursday and Friday at 10 00 a. M. School children will be admitted to the fair free tuesday August 24th. Admission 35c autos 50c Harvest specials you get a Good yield per acre in your Grain Why not get a Good yield for your Dollar on your purchases these specials Good until the 26th, show1 you a remarkable return from your Dollar. Fancy Pink Salmon Large can----16c flute gel. Ass t. Flavors 3 pkgs----23c Monarch baked Beans with Tomato sauce per ,----9c luncheon pickles Large jars only_15c 42 Inch Wear Well Pillow tubing Linen finish regular Price 40c per Yard. Our special Price,__32c

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