Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
26 Aug 1926

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26 Aug 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1926, Postville, Iowa A August 26, 1929 Foj Tville theatre Friday and saturday August 27 and 28 Boebe Daniels in Volcano most thrilling of Alula Law ? i8 what they Call this one. You la a too when you so to int i Clee five i,8 mourn inv j in City of St Pierre. A Othlar like it Ever shown ,  1 a i. To packed with action and thrills. Don s mss it aug s j Jedi comedy. Admission.35c and 15c. Ateo a monday and tuesday aug. 30 & 31 Colleen Moore in Irene he greatest comedy drama the screen has or known. Bigger better funnier than its predecessor Irene has played to standing room Only in every theatre Jere it has been shown. Four reels Are in natural colors and Are dazzlingly Beauty Al Don t miss the Opportunity to witness Lis gorgeous and High class photoplay. One show Only at 8 15 p. M. Admission 40c and 20c. Wednesday and thursday september 1 and 2 Richard Dix in say it again j ii Lher Iii from Dix and it is a hit indeed. Even More a. La action thrills and comedy and can he Light  Deini Vav .1 Oriter. Belter he on Hund to see the fun. X in Niwen s an g in Ranii t "ii1 m Iii school Days Are near we have everything for the boys to Wear suits with two pair of trousers Long or Short blouses Caps shoes and oxfords shirts stockings and socks. The Hub it. Melvold mgr. " Postville Iowa school supplies everything the Pupil needs Here is where you get the most for your Money. Big thick fat Pencil tablets smooth paper pen tablets Loose Leaf note and composition books. 2 for 5c pencils that write like a Nickel Pencil. New style red Point Pencil 35c. Rubber erasers rulers steel pens and All the Little extras you must have. Moore s Fountain pens the pen that writes right. The Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts the Postville Herald. Postville Iowa Page five try our want and column. Public liability . See our new fall Coats and dresses. Luhman & Sanders. Chas. H. Krumm was a business visitor in West Union monday. The town Council of Hawkeye has ordered gravel spread on its streets. Mrs Alma Miller returned last monday from her visit in free Ort Illinois Chas. Wern and family now do music sedan.1""""6 " 1 Andrew Schuler and Joe Mcdon aug wore business visitors in Waukon i tuesday. John l. Gregg Carl Miller and Carl Wilke were West Union fair visitors 1 tuesday. Dance every thursday Green Valley Pavilion Waukon. Best always.-2fitfc. Or. And mrs. L. J. Maso Liall and Tanily were Lansing 8nd new Albin visitors sunday. Best and cheapest life insurance buy the new York life. Sold by Lias. Ii. Krumm. Miss he a Cotton or Des Moines is a Wiiest. At the Home of or. And mrs. W. C. Thoma. Pele Welch returned to Postville saturday evening after a visit to his family near Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. W. D. Gould were visitors sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. De Jones in Elgin. Trios. Folsom leaves Friday for sunk rapids Minnesota to visit his son Melbert and family. D. K. Harvey whose illness is mentioned elsewhere died at his Home in Castalia on tuesday morning. Or. And mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude visited Duc Erah Waukon and Rossville sunday afternoon. J. D. Derrick of Fredericksburg was Here sunday to visit in the Home no or. And mrs. H. Ii. Douglass. Joe Mcdonald came up from Dubuque Friday to attend to business matters on his farm near Frankville. Or. And mrs. R. R. Douglass and family and mrs. R. N. Douglass were West Union visitors sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. A. J. Phillips and miss Bernice Phillips were dinner guests sunday in the Meskell Hume at West Union. Mrs. John Meeker leaves the latter part of the week for Greene where she will teach again the coming year. Or. And mrs. C. T. Grattidge and baby of Farmersburg visited sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. Daubenberger. Mrs. V. D. Coyle and children of Mason City Are Here on a visit in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Geo. Daubenberger. R. F. Hecker &. Sons were Busy the first of the week building playground equipment for the Rural school in the John Stockman District. G. A. Brooks harnessed up his gasoline Wagon Sun. And gave l. Bellows and Geo. S. Tuttle a ramble Down through the Watson country. Or. And mrs. C. C. Sander and daughter and the misses Elsa and Libbie Schultz indulged in a picnic dinner at West Union sunday. Or. And mrs. Joe Hecker and or. And mrs. J. J. Thill and family of Dubuque were supper guests sunday of or. And mrs. J. E. Horgan. Why suffer those aches and pains come to Postville take treatments and he cured. 0. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. We. Kozelka and family or. And mrs. Frank Samek and or. And mrs. Raymond Samek were West Union visitors sunday. A mite from or. And mrs. C. F. Meier and family and Vic Kuhse who Are touring South Dakota says they Are having a Good time and will visit the Black Hills. Or. And mrs. Will Stockman mrs. Emma Stockman Anna Nohilly and Stockman Pic nicked and witnessed the Ball game at the West Union fair grounds sunday. Or. And mrs. 1 \ w. Kiesau and i Emiily made their first visit to Mcgregor Heights last sunday and As might be expected Are highly pleased with its Scenic Beauty. Don t miss Irene at the Postville theatre n e \ t monday and tuesday. It s greater than one show Only at 8 15. Admission Klc and 20c. Mrs Etta Farnsworth and daughter 1-Eota of Cresco were Over sunday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs Wright Enyart Northwest of Postville. Mrs. Farnsworth is a sister of maven part. Or Ulm mrs. Eldo Gericke and son Ami Mia Ken and family us few people can Tell at a glance whether a used car is As Good As it appears to be. Which makes it doubly important to patronize a dealer who has a reputation for give we honest fact and honest values. Baltz garage Castalia Iowa a us a car is Only As dependable the do Al a who s&ll5 it Postville or. And mrs. L. E. Becker and sons of Ireton and will Nicholson of i a Mars were picnickers sunday at Mcgregor. Alfred Wochter arrived in Postville sunday morning from Germany to join his wife who had preceded him to this country some time ago and has been making her Home with or. And mrs. Geo j. Schroeder. George s. Tuttle of this City opines lie will soon be Able to qualify for a Silver cup in the ancient and honorable order of township clerks lie having been clerk of Post township for 20 consecutive years. Mrs. Dick Weighner was called to Castalia monday by the serious illness of 1. E. Harvey one of the old and Well known residents of that locality who in wednesday attained the 85th anniversary of his birth. Raising of Beans in Bremer county is a profitable occupation if the crop of a. L. Lynch from 2 3-4 acres for which he received a Check for $805 is to be taken As a criterion. Lynch sold the entire production to a. Canning factory at Waverly. He received $800 an acre from the crop it is said. After harvesting the crop Lynch gave his pickers a Bonus in the Way of ice Cream and cake and a ticket to the theatre. Try our want and column. Property damage .  4v chiller was a business visitor in National monday. New silk and woolens for your fall sewing. Luhman & Sanders. Will and Alfred Beyer of Giard wore Postville callers last Miller and h. J. Schuette took in the night fair at tuesday. 7 Ottja Miene marketed a Heifer saturday that brought him mighty close toll Loo. Buy your canned goods in dozen lots and save 10 per cent. Luhman & Sanders. Or. And mrs. Ralph Bachtell and family attended the West Union fair yesterday. Gus Miller Jas. Fisher and f. J. Miller were g reset fair visitors last thursday. Or. And mrs. We. J. Klingbeil and family were sunday picnickers in West Union. Meier & Handy shipped four cars of mixed Stock saturday cattle calves and pigs. August Beyer died at his Home in Giard last thursday following a protracted illness. Or. And mrs. Roy Wagner were sunday afternoon and evening visitors in West Union. Or. And mrs. E. J. Handy and Opal and mrs. Jewell enjoyed Mcgregor Heights last sunday. Or. And mrs. Leon Chamberlain and or. And mrs. A. L. Chamberlain visited in West Union sunday. Or. Swella optometrist will be at our store in Postville on tuesday of each week. The Hanks jewelry co. Or. And mrs. H. C. Honn of Monona were sunday visitors Here in the Home of or. And mrs 11. F. Eggert. Kenneth Sanders and Arbe Rose were Over at Lansing sunday and report has it they got a Nice string of fish. Or. And mrs. Craig Malcolm of Des Moines came Friday for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. J. T. Melvold. J. W. Campbell drove to Waukon saturday to take Idabelle Brooks and Marjorie Kobriger Over to teachers meeting. For Quality Kodak pictures with High gloss finish and Art line Border take your films to the Douglass pharmacy. After spending her annual vacation at her Home in this City miss Louise Schroeder is again in charge of the Neilly millinery. Miss Gertrude Cooney of new Hampton was a guest the first of the week at the Home of or. And mrs. Dan Mcneil or. School girls and boys need Good durable wearing apparel and rugged foot Wear. Fit them out at our store. Luhman & Sanders. School Days Are Here again. We have a Complete line of tablets pencils pens and All the supplies you will need. Luhman & Sanders. Mrs. Chas. Tatro on the burling farm near Castalia is somewhat improved after a protracted period of ill health due to an attack of jaundice. Or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman and family were at West Union sunday afternoon to see if All the concessions got there in time for the fair they did. Or. And mrs. J. T. Melvold. Enjoyed a visit on sunday from his lather t. Ii Melvold of Sac amento California and his brother c. T. Melvold of Cresco. Alfred Schultz has been wearing one of his eyes in a Sling this week the occasion being infect Ion from pollen poisoning while engaged in threshing. Or. And mrs. Peter service and family returned last week from their visit in Wisconsin. They called on or. And mrs. Frank Gates in Elkhorn and w. W. Perry in Milwaukee. Or. And mrs. Henry Schulte of Garnavillo and or. And mrs. Max Weber of French lick Springs in Diana were guests Hist thursday of or. And mrs. A. A. Schmidt of this City. 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. Harlan Schultz son of or. And mrs. Louis a. Schultz of Luana was at the Kelleher Hospital last week having one of his hands which was badly injured in a recent Audij Accident cared for. Or. And mrs. Harold Stone and Catherine mrs. Henry Schuette and mrs. H. J. Schuette enjoyed a motor trip to Wildwood Park Oelwein sunday where a picnic dinner and supper were disposed of in due form. Or. And mrs. J. W. Steele and Joseph Jos steel sr., and or. And mrs. F. J. Blaser were sunday afternoon visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. J. A. Steele in Monona or. And mrs. Blaser remaining for a longer visit. Irene sires of this City Hazel Tatro of Clermont Josephine tiers of Clayton Paul Grossman of Farmers Burg Harold and Darrow Frye of Monona had their tonsils and adenoids removed tuesday at Postville Hospital. Arthur Palas of route 1, Luana called monday and gave his Herald subscription a swat that landed it in the 1928 class. He informed us that while the monday morning storm gave Corn quite a slant it would soon be on its feet again. Harry m. Belt most worshipful grand master of Iowa masons and other officers Ottlie grand Lodge will visit the Waukon Lodge wednesday evening sen rember first at eight o clock. Postville masons have been invited to be present. Andrw Smith a former Castalia who now hails from Stutt Arkansas was calling on Post a hts friends last Friday and looks As natural As a by sleet of chips. He is try our want and column. Cheap Tornado . A j. P. Mcneil installed a new pump at his filling station. Phonograph Needles at the Post Ville furniture store advertisement. Miss Agnes Schuler is visiting in the John Finnegan Home near Frankville. A or. And mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian and family also Pic nicked at West Union sunday. Paul Boland of Sigourney is a guest at the Home of or. And mrs. F. W. Kiesau. Frank Al. Lee democratic candidate for clerk of courts was a Postville caller Friday. Miss Allen of Ossian was operated for appendicitis last week at the Kelleher Hospital. Or. A. A. Sherbon physician and surgeon. Office in mrs. Geo. Redhead Home Postville. Iowa. Or. And mrs. Elmer Hoth of Mason City were Over sunday guests of Home folks in Postville. Miss myi a Daubenberger left last thursday for Rochester Minnesota for treatment at the Mayo Hospital. Or. And Mcneil jr., and family were sunday guests at the Home of or. And mrs. John f. Palas. Or. And mrs. W. H. Burling and family and Carl Holter were motor visitors sunday afternoon in Sumner. Or. F. W. Kiesau was called to Waukon last wednesday in consultation in the Case of mrs. Simon Becker. Milton and Thos. Gordon were fishing in the Turkey River at Clermont sunday and Toad says they got Back. A special meeting of pos Villa chapter o. E. S. Will be hold next monday evening August 30th. Initiation. Or. And mrs. H. C. Burnham of Waukon Yore Postville visitors sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. J. F. Miller. Or. And mrs. John Harnack and or. And mrs. Fred j. Miller left monday by Auto for the South Dakota Black Hills. Or. And mrs. R. M. Hecker mrs. F. W. Hughes and Catherine Geraghty were sunday evening visitors in Clermont and Elgin. The w. C. T. U. Will meet with mrs. Prior on september first at 2 30 o clock All members should come and bring heir friends. Is. F. W. Hughes Hugh Strauch and or. And mrs. Don St Auch and bal a of Clermont were business visitor / saturday in Oelwein. Bout the happiest boy in Postville a Willard Thoma son of or. And mrs. Bijou Thoma who is the around possessor of a Shetland Pony since Hist sunday. Father Fred Mckinley of parkers Burg or. Archie Mckinley of Chicago and or. And mrs. Alex Mckinley of Des Moines were Over night visitors in Postville last wednesday. Don t miss Irene at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday. It s greater than one show Only at 3 15. Admission 10c and 20c. Mrs. Lester Delaney of Cedar rapids Edward Frances and Helen Steele of Marengo who had been Here on n visit in the Home of or. And mrs. J. W. Steele left Friday morning last homeward bound. Oliver Schultz arrived in Postville sunday morning from Kenosha Wisconsin on a vacation visit to his parents a and mrs. George Schultz and with Many friends. He is looking finery Lian a fiddle. Miss Edna Lango of Chicago an other of Post Iuo s splendid girls who to making Good is Here spending her vacation in the Home of her father a. W. Lange and her Many friends Are move than glad to Greet her. The first National Bank of new Hampton closed its doors monday morning. A steady decline in deposits is said to have brought about the closing. This is the fourth new Hampton Bank that has closed during the past two years. Or. And mrs. Geo. A. Linman and son Archie motored Here saturday from Dubuque for an Over sunday ,

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