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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1926, Postville, Iowa Put away one Dollar today one Dollar today May not seem like a very Large amount but one Dollar today and another Dollar tomorrow soon amounts to a considerable sum. Let us explain a few of the Many plans we have for your convenience in saving. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 surplus $15,000 Postville Herald. F. W. Hughes est., publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor a subscription Price i $2.00 per year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display-_________30 cents per Inch locals readers legals 10c per line want .ads-i,.v. .--6 cents per line Cash with order on All mail orders. Church school or society notice of entertainment where an admission is charged or cards of thanks and resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. Foreign at via tiling rep resent Tiva. S the America pril5.s association entered at the Post. Office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday August 26, 1926 Luana. 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 the Best drinks All the time the wonderful rings we serve at our Fountain make every Patron ask for another. Compounded from the purest ingredients they Are served at just the proper temperature. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son or. And mrs. Lloyd Pearson and family spent sunday at Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. H. W. Schultz were business callers at Monona thursday. Mrs. Louise Meier spent thursday at Monona with her son Delbert and family. Miss Hatty Landt spent several Days with her sister mrs. John Krambeer on route one. Or. And mrs. H. W. San Ritz daughter Jeanette and Marcella Madison motored to Mcgregor sunday. Or. And mrs. Henry Krambeer spent sunday afternoon at the Home of or. And mrs. Eli Sheppard. The Luana Luther league entertained Monona Luther league at the Stone House sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck and Arthur h. Berg a toed to Chester s. Dakota wednesday returning Friday. Miss Kleva Schultz of Farmersburg spent the past two weeks with her aunt. Miss Ida Schultz on route one. Miss Margaret Entwisle of new Hampton spent a few Days with her Cousin Helen Hinman the past week. Misses Alma Landt and Jeanette Schultz were wednesday guests at the John h. Krambeer Home on route one. Or. And mrs. Lewis Clark or. And mrs. Allen Rowell and or. And mrs. T. A. Clark spent wednes Flay at Mcgregor. Misses Marian Wirkler and Marie Ferguson of Monona were callers at the c. J. Nichols Home wednesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Weber Ziegler and baby of route one were sunday guests of mrs. Dora Ziegler and and daughters. Miss Lou Bowles and youngest sister of St. Louis mo., called at the Post office tuesday afternoon to see miss Susan Chapman. Or. And mrs. Harry Nichols of Detroit Michigan Enro Ute to Milltown Michigan were Here thursday guests at the c. J. Nichols Home. Or. And mrs. Fred Schutte or. And mrs. Eldo Kurdelmeier and son Lyle or. And mrs. Fred Panncke and Ella Pic nicked at Mcgregor sunday. Miss Jeanette Schultz spent thursday with the Ruel Madison family at Monona. Marcella Madison accompanied her Home for a few Days visit. Or. And mrs. T. A. Clark of West Bend spent a couple of Days the past week Here visiting the Lewis Clark Fred Haffa and Allen Rowell Homes. Or. And mrs. Harry Koth and son Gardon Lewis of Prairie Duchien were sunday guests of or. And mrs. John Krambeer sr., and mrs. Kath Erine Koth. The we Shiff family of Kansas spent thursday with or. And mrs. John Krambeer or. Mrs. Schiff was Mary Wiencke of Farmersburg a Niece of mrs. Krambeer. Or. And mrs. Ahre tits and daughter and or. And mrs. Clausen of la Verne Minnesota were guests of or. And mrs. We. Doerring and family a few Days the past week. Or. And mrs. Harva Miller and miss Hattie Landt a toed to Oelwein saturday taking mrs. Oliver Alitz Home who spent the past week helping care for her Nephew Glen Nichols. Dispersion Sale. Scotch shorthorn on the Whitford farm 1 mile West of Volga Iowa tuesday. Sept. 7 51 head 51 consisting of 7 bred cows 13 cows with calves at Side 10 bred heifers 16 open heifers and 5 bulls including Herd Bull Prince Arthur. Herd is Federal accredited. Lunch served at 11 30 a. M. Sale starts at 12 30 p. M. Henry Whitford & son Volga Iowa cattle sold subject to 60 Day retest Clair Mason of Marshalltown auctioneer write for Catalon i Liitt in i ii a Iii a he a a a a i Iii in mini Infin retd or. And mrs. Henry Rekow and children and or. And mrs. Fred left monday via Auto for a visit with relatives in Minnesota and their Sony by tuesday and brother Henry Kruse and family at Lily South Dakota. Oscar Padden was on the sick list last week. Clifford Hughes was a Postville visitor sunday. Halver Myren and family were de Corah visitors wednesday. Miss Sarah Miller was numbered among the sick last week. Calvin grinder of Dubuque came Friday for a visit at Rev. Peck s. Rev. Peck. Florence and Grace were Postville callers Friday afternoon. Will Stock and family of Decorah visited Home folks Here wednesday. Frank Bulman enjoyed a visit from cousins from Nebraska wednesday. Or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes were Decorah callers wednesday evening. Mrs. Claude Van Wey is having a serious time with infection in a tooth. The m. H. Club was entertained by mrs. Letta Padden Friday afternoon. Otto linger of Waukon was a business caller at Fred Grotegut s thursday. The willing workers will meet in the Church thursday afternoon of this week. Miss Flossie Harvey of Castalia visited her brother Harry and family last week. Gertheth Waters delivered several truck loads of flax to Postville wednesday. A Large crowd of relatives enjoyed a picnic dinner at Vera Letchford s sunday. Vern Letchford and family and miss Celia Earhart were Decorah visitors saturday. Mrs. Edna Crabtree returned Home sunday from a visit with relatives at Waucoma. Ralph Bachtel and family of Bethel spent sunday at the Vern Letchford Home. Oscar Johnson and family of Sibley came Friday for a visit at Fred Brouillet . B. Stock of Waukon was a business caller at the Irvin Hughes Home wednesday. Mrs. Vern Letchford and Virginia visited at the Ralph Bachtel Home at Bethel thursday. V Lisle Bollman went to Leroy Minnesota sunday to attend the Rodeo being held there. Frank Bulman and family a toed to English Bench sunday and spent the Day with relatives. Or. And mrs. Arthur Topel went to Lansing Friday to attend the funeral of a relative. Fred Hilmer Dewitt Van Wey and Roma Padden were fishing at the Power dam sunday. Mrs. Blanche Mcfarland and baby of Oelwein visited relatives Here from Friday until sunday. Hans Stegen and family went to Millville saturday for an Over sunday visit at Pete Stegen s. Glen Letchford Roma Padden and George Sherman made a fishing trip to Lansing wednesday. Mrs. D. W. Bray and Clarence of Ludlow visited at miss Jessie Meikle a sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Claude Van Wey and miss Laura Dreyer were Decorah visitors thursday afternoon. De Teepe and family and mrs. John Teepe from West Union visited at Chester Meeker s sunday. Or. And mrs. Mike Everett of Strawberry Point visited at Arthur Topel s several Days last week. Or. And mrs. Francis Padden and k. V. Ferris and wife of Freeport visited at Roma Padden s sunday. Lyle French was at Mcgregor from wednesday until Friday attending the wild life school held there. T. J. Crawford was a visitor at the Home of his daughter mrs. Fred Waters the latter part of the week. John Shutta and wife entertained his brother Herman and family of Postville at their Home sunday. Mrs. Hattie lower Ruth and John terminated their visit Here wednesday and returned to Sioux City. Miss Celia Earhart came up from Ames wednesday for a visit with mrs. Mabel Waters and other friends. Mrs. John Murphy returned to Ossian saturday evening after spending several Days with her aunt mrs. Nancy Wilson. J. E. Kneeskern and family and or. And mrs. Tom Bollman enjoyed a Days Outing fishing at harpers Fer Rev. Appel of Hamler Ohio stopped off Here wednesday for a Short visit with friends being supper guest at the we. Landt Home. Rev. Appel was pastor Here in the lutheran Church some years ago. Or. And mrs. We. Doerring or. And mrs. Fred Seeland with or. And mrs. Ahrendts and daughter and or. And mrs. Clausen of la Verne Minnesota were sunday guests of the Fen Miller family at Farmersburg. Or. And mrs. Fred Seeland a toed to Rochester Minnesota the first of the week for a few Days visit with their daughter mrs. Sehward Weber. Violet and Edward Sehward Weber accompanied them Home after several weeks visit with grandpa Seeland. Why is a want and like syrup of figs it always get results Don t miss Irene at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday. It s greater than one show Only at 8 15. Admission 40c and 20c. Many Postville friends of col. Geo. H. Otis of Monona will be sorry to learn of his serious illness at his present Home in it. Collins Colorado. The colonel is one of the few grand old veterans of the civil War and is now approaching his 88th birthday but in spite of the Handicap of age we sincerely Hope he May be Able to weather the storm. Or. And mrs. Dorman of Fayette or. And mrs. Paul Kelly of Clinton Indiana or. And mrs. Jack Busholz of King Hill. Idaho supt. And mrs. R. D. Noble of this City or. And mrs. Clarence Schori and Walter Falb of Elgin were guests of miss Bernice Phillips last Friday evening at a 6 30 dinner followed by Bridge. All present report it a most enjoyable occasion. Leonard Bulman and family and mrs. Jas. Bulman of English Bench were visitors at f. T. Bulman s wednesday evening. Mrs. Dean Flower and children of Oelwein visited relatives Here saturday and sunday and Dick remained for a week s visit. Gwendolyn and Margaret Hender shot returned to Nordness saturday evening after a week s visit at the George Van Wey Home. Misses Florence and Grace peek Irvin Van Avey and Calvin grinder enjoyed a picnic supper at Dunning Springs at Decorah saturday. Harry Harvey and family and or. And mrs. Phil Brouillet a toed to Bridgeport Wisconsin to meet mrs. Sam Hoesly and Milton of Monroe Wisconsin who accompanied them Home for a visit. Halver Myren Claude Van Wey and George Van Wey and families or. And mrs. Walter Van Wey. Mrs. L. C. Spaun and mrs. J. J. Van Wey a toed to Oelwein sunday where they met relatives from Waterloo for a picnic at the Park.  Rev. And mrs. Peck mr3. Millie Bulman mrs. Mabel Van Wey mrs. Edna Bollman mrs. Mabel Waters mrs. Nellie Spaun and misses Sarah Miller and Jessie Meikle attended the county w. C. T. U. Convention held at Decorah tuesday. A fair Sample of the extent of damage done by the recent had storm to crops in the territory West and North of Here a seen monday when four big stacks of Oats on mrs. Mander Scheid s place near the Makee school thrashed out Only 88 bushels. This represents the crop from a Field of 24 or 25 acres making the average yield about 7 1-2 bushels per r. & s. Rev. A Voelk left Friday for Dubuque. Vera Meyer made a Call at Ossian monday. Mrs. Walter Winn was at Ossian monday. A. B. Clark was a caller at Postville monday. Miss Alma Uhley visited in Decorah tuesday. Mrs. Milton Riggs was a caller at Ossian monday. Mrs. Bickel Mother of mrs. H. Haeffner left monday or. And mrs. Fred Winn visited with or. And mrs. O. Harvey sunday. Rev. J. Appel of port Huron Michigan called on Rev. J. Voelk wednesday. Laura Duro is left for Riceville tuesday after making a visit at the a. B. Clark Home. Or. And mrs. Joe Steffler from gut Tenberg were up to spend sunday with mrs. H. Henkey. Mrs. Crawford of Grimes made a Call on her sister mrs. Chas. Winn Between trains tuesday. Or. And mrs. Fred Westphal were visitors at the Henry Gina Home near Centennial wednesday. J mrs. Lavina Allen visited at the j Home of her daughter mrs. Elmer j Schultz at Postville saturday. J or. And mrs. H. H. Meyer or and mrs. Harvey Dahms and Zosina Mae went to Maynard sunday afternoon. J mrs. We. Drallmeier returned Homo j from Postville tuesday evening after staying a few Days at the de Gass Home. Mrs. C. Steele returned to her Home it Elgin. Sat Day after a few Days the Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa Nat Tola National Zion evangelical lutheran Church Castalia Iowa August 29th, 1926". In the English language. 9 30 a. M. Sunday school. 10 a. M. Confessional service. 10 30 examination of catechumens 10 50 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 2gth to 28th of August. J. Voelk pastor Burns hard or soft Coal Coke or Wood made by Excelsior stove mfg. Co. Quincy 111. The most economical heating system for the Home Utrice Stow or Hall. Dont miss Irene at the Postville theatre n e x t i monday and tuesday. Its greater than one show Only at 8 15. Admission 40e and 20c. Or. And mrs. F. L. Broadgate of Washington Iowa motored Here saturday evening for an Over sunday visit inthe Home of or. And mrs. A. L. Peterson. They brought Back with them Eileen Duane and Roland Peterson who have been enjoying immensely a vacation visit in their Home. Club girls from 98 of the 99 counties in Iowa this year will have exhibits at the Iowa slate fair according to an announcement or miss Josephine Ari Huist state Leader of girls clubs. These exhibits will in Lude clothing of All kinds canned a Roods Home furnishings of various kinds and baked goods. Lee Folsom shipped another Carload Twenty one head of Fox horses last saturday night to the Fox farm at Thiensville i Zonsin. As will be recalled these horses arc what is known As old they Are purchased at $5.00 per head humanely killed on arrival at their destination ind after being properly prepared their flesh is fed to the foxes. The late senator a. B. Cummins bequeathed most of his estate estimated at $70,000, to his daughter mis. Hollis a. Rawson. The estate consists mainly of 320 acres of Minnesota farm land Worth from $35,000 to $40,000 and municipal Anil county Bonds and other securities and insurance in the Bankers life company Worth in the aggregate $33,000. Fredericksburg people Are daily exciting the death of a resident of that laity from enlargement ? of the the of Why not have Furnace Comfort at stove Price this new portable room Furnace is the last word in nesting a 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 space As two to three Ordinary types of Heaters. It provides the comforts the cleanliness and Economy that you desire at a Price less than you Speet to pay. Sou by e. P. Durno i hardware Healing plumbing Postville Iowa 1 Pec Ioc heart of lost a purse containing $200 in the lumber Yard of that City. An honest lad found the purse and returned it to its owner who was so greatly overjoyed at the return of his Money and the honesty of the boy that he gave him 10 cents. The Henry Turner family held their annual reunion last sunday at. A Point three Miles this Side of Cresco. Where Twenty nine All told assembled with i Well filled baskets of delicious eat-1 Ables and spent the Day most pleasantly picnicking and visiting. Or. Turner and daughter miss abide and or. And mrs. De Wirkler of Monona. Or. And mrs. Harry Turner and family and Kenneth Kerr of Postville and two Auto loads from grand Meadow Minnesota with other from cavity made up the party. There will be a great fraternal gathering at Strawberry Point Friday september 3rd, when the masonic Lodge of that City will dedicate " program will a. M. And will be con ducted by the officers of the " Lodge of Iowa our Little Corner no. 12 thursday aug. 26, 1926 vol. 1 a handkerchief quickly loses i t s freshness on a Day like this. Feeding High priced Corn to a mud Hole consumes your profit on y the Corn that the hog eats makes pork clean sanitary per a a sent Concrete feeding floors will save feed shorten time of fattening and protect your animals from costly diseases. Concrete is the Ideal feed floor material and affords you t h e easiest Means of construction and the cheapest. A four in hand Necktie makes Good fan Belt Pinch. We Man who the other Day. A in a tried it Remembef-1 i k most other investments the Best constructed Fence is always the cheapest in the end. We know the Arrow toe steel will a Ive lasting Post satisfaction. Without fuss or muss one Man can drive nearly a mile of Arrow tees in just a single Day. Arrow tees satisfy in Low first Cost and Postville lumber company h. N. Hanks mgr. Both phones by their countless years of service. A customer came into our place yes today and said it was blamed funny that a fellow can to eat twelve pancakes for breakfast without getting a pain in his How Long does your Rainy season last Here asked a tourist who had been opt in a one of our recent Rains. We have just witnessed a Sublime spectacle a Brand new grandpa with face beaming like the Aurora boreal is pushing a baby Carriage along Lawler Street. This to their new Temple Fhi Start at 1 30 p. Of. E masonic of Davenport will Elfter ,b-, pal address and thet " a  Prici band of Cedar rapid the grand 1 a Hir shrine sic for the occasion thl a Nash my brotherly love Lodl me Bers of and their Famili be of this City the Eastern Sarhad i"161"" it will be helpful Antl Bec a Vita and Well Worth it Happy a participate in i Lute Ere to kick a car of Rye midds $24.50 pure b ran $28.00 get some Rye midds and save Sopie of your Corn the Farmers store

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