Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
11 Feb 1926

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11 Feb 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 11, 1926, Postville, Iowa The Postville Herald. Postville Iowa _ Postville Herald f. W. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $3-0� per year everywhere. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates. Display__________30 cents per Inch locals readers legals. 10c per line want ads________5 cents per Lino Cash with order on All mail orders j Church school or society notice of j entertainment Waltere an admission. La j charged or cards of thanks and resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. I foreign advertising Juerres no live i of in entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday february 11, 1926 Julius Krousie of route 2. Postville brought in a Bunch of 19 Spring a ifs one Day last week that weighed a total of Ilso pounds or a Little better than 825 lbs. Each and enabled him to pocket a chock for $757,05, All of which proves Julius knows How to make porkers pay. According to a statement made by a. M. Colladay superintendent of the motor vehicle department Secretary of state s office Dos Moines the slate s a am Pairn against delinquent car owners will begin shortly the state s owners Wilt begin shortly and All owners caught running their cars on 1925 licenses will be prosecuted. The Only reason this has not been done sooner is because of the fact that All county treasurers Are swamped with mail applications sent thru the Banks of the outlying towns of the counties during the last week in december and such mail must be worked Cut and new plates and certificates sent to such applicants before the actual delinquents can be determined. Lincoln s habit of Thrift is a shining example which should Lead on every True american to practice the same Thrift Ness. With our splendid facilities to Aid you in saving you will enjoy being Thrifty. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital surplus $13,000 v Alentine special 1 becoming to every woman a rope of Navarre pearls a rope of genuine Carh co nimands a Small Fortune. But this sixty Inch Sope of Navarre pearls is in exact reproduction and costs but a Small fraction As much. Appropriate for the formal or informal unction alike for dres or Street Wear. A full 25 saving on the entire line of Navarre guaranteed pearls for 10 Days beginning february 11th. Pearls will be worn More this Spring than Ever before now is the time to buy. We also have a club plan by which you can select any string of pearls pay Only $2.00 Down and the balance in Small weekly payments. . Hanks jeweler Postville Iowa plan now for the future the Best time to plan your building operations for next summer is right now and then when the time comes to build you will be ready to go right ahead. A Well planned building Job is just about half the Job. In this work we can help you materially in advising economical plans and making suggestions on the kind and Quality of lumber to use. We will be glad to do it too. No matter what you Are planning to build there is a kind of lumber that will answer the purpose satisfactorily and completely. Tell us your needs and we will recommend the Correct lumber for your use. Postville lumber co. H. W. Hanks manager the Yard of Quality & service Luana. Or. And mrs. Fred Pubis were Busi Nesiti callers at Postville monday. Or. Orville Doerring was a business caller at Postville thursday. Or Abel of Guttenberg was up to see his sister mrs. A Sheffert sunday. Mrs. Kramer of Guttenberg spent the past week visiting the Fred Krus e family. Miss Berna Schultz spent the week end with her Friend Agnes Genz on l out one. Or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg were among Elkader shoppers Friday afternoon. Arthur h. Berg transacted business at Elkader and Clayton Center thursday. Or. And mrs. Louie Brandt of Ossian were guests of mrs. Clara has ii tuesday. Lawrence Lubbers of Monona was a weak end guest or his Cousin Richard Lindroth. Mrs. Grossman of Clermont is visiting her daughter mrs. Fred Ever Man and family. Miss Mabel Bugenhagen spent saturday and sunday with her Friend Frances Overbeck. Or and mrs. Louis a. Schultz and daughter were sunday guests in the Rev. Kumpf Lime. At present writing mrs. Phil Frye is slowing improving but mrs. De Sheffert i very ill. Mrs. Munts and son of Dubuque Are spending a few Days with her brother Phil Frye and wife. Mrs. Leo Limp and miss Amy 01- lag were business callers at Postville wednesday afternoon. " mrs. John Gruel mrs. Dora Zieg i a and or. Gary Cayton were among Monona shoppers monday. Or. And mrs. Otto Engelhardt of Elkader were supper guests Friday of or. And mrs. Fred splies. The Luther league were entertained by Harlan Schultz at. His Home West of town sunday evening. Mrs. Holbrook of Woodstock Minnesota came wednesday night to vis it her daughter mrs. Phil Frye. Or. And mrs. John reidel and daughter Marian of Monona were Here sunday visiting mrs. Koth. Mrs. G. M. Lambert and Louise and Jeanette Schultz were business callers at Monona thursday afternoon. The sewing division of Community club will meet with mrs. Fred splies wednesday afternoon Gebru Arv 10. Or. And mrs. Roy t. Neff and daughter Virginia spent sunday with grandpa and grandma Kinsley at Mcgregor. Or. And mrs. George Sanders and daughters and miss Florence gents were sunday visitors of grandma a pimps. Mrs. Lawrence Schultz and children returned wednesday from a few Days visit with her Mother mrs. Lang at Castalia. Mrs. Fred Koth returned thursday from a few Days visit with her daughter mrs. John Riedel and family at Monona. Miss Ellen o Reilly of Mcgregor Enro Ute Home from Cedar rapids was m caller Here Between trains wednesday afternoon. Mrs. Roy Dunning and children re turned monday afternoon from a week end visit in the Leo Humphrey Home near new Albin. Or. And mrs. Herman Gruel and Wilbert or. And mrs. Alvin Gruel were guests thursday afternoon at the Louis Oldag borne. Next sunday there will Only be sunday school in the m. E. Church. 1 30 to 2 30. So everyone come out and make it a Success. Rev. Morrow was called away to see a sick Uncle at Marshalltown so Rev. Prescott of Mcgregor filled the pastor s appointment Here sunday. Or. And mrs. Henry Kamin and Henry Schroeder were saturday and sunday visitors of their sister mrs. Will Foels and family at Ridgeway. Or. And mrs. Lyle Engelhardt mrs. J. B. Hensen and sons Dwight and Raymond and miss Elizabeth Kamps were sunday dinner guests at the Henry Honn Home in Monona. A style show at the Monona opera House Friday february 19th. At 8 p. M. No admission charged. Staged by t h e Monona department store. Advertisement. Emil de Sota was elected fire chief to fill the vacancy caused by the resignation of Louis Oldag. Who has held the office 9 years and plans to leave about March 1st to live on a farm on route 1, West of town. Or. And mrs. Glendor Hamann and sons Milton and Louis or. And mrs. Albert Schalke and son Palmer and daughter la Verne and Herman Hamann sr., of Garnavillo were sunday dinner guests of the Louis Oldag family. Monday february 8, was the Silver wedding Day of or. And mrs. Frank Lindroth so or. And mrs. Julius Palas of Guttenberg the Karl. Stiehl family and grandma Pahlas of St. Olaf the Hall Swenson family of Bethel with Arno Lindroth and the Emil Desotel family gave them a Surprise by coming in for dinner. Saturday evening friends and neighbors gathered at the Fred Palas Home in Honor of mrs. Palas birthday. The amusement for the evening was 500 and some Fine musical selections were Given by Elnora Marvin and Willis Kurdelmeier of Monona. A Dainty luncheon was served. Those present were or. And mrs. Henry Palas and family or. And mrs. Fred Kurdelmeier and family or. And mrs. Win. Doer ing and son Orville or. And mrs. H. W. Schultz Fred Kruse Iran Schultz and Harvey Klinge or. And mis. Lorenz Doerring and daughter Eleanor. Luana school notes. Dates to remember. Feb. 12-basketball with Farmers Burg Here. Feb. 19-open. Feb. 23, basketball with Clermont there. Feb. 2g-basketball with Mcgregor Here. Watch for the dates of the big Junior class play. The English literature class will read Ivanhoe by Scott this semester. Frankville. Kenneth Waters is on the sick list. Sid Peel is very ill with lung Over. We arc glad to report mrs. Win. Brandt improving. J. E. Kneeskern was a Postville and Castalia caller tuesday. Glen and curl Letchford made n trip to Decorah saturday. Melvin Ewing and family were de coi a visitors saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Sherman Bol Maii and Lisle were Postville visitors wednesday. The m. H. Club will meet with mrs. Nellie Spaun Friday afternoon of this week. Leora Suilman was on the sick list several Days last week with stomach trouble. Charley Hendershot and Carl Letch Ford were Postville visitors Friday afternoon. Ralph Bachtel and family of Bethel spent sunday at the Vern Letch Ford Home. Charley Pilgrim returned Here monday after a weeks visit with relatives at Waterloo. Or. And mrs. Sam Waters jr., Are enjoying a visit from Thos. Vick and wife from Bethel. Or. And mrs. Albert Zieman of Postville visited at the Ray Birdsell Home saturday. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kneeskern entertained 20 friends at their Home saturday evening. Mrs. Inc Mulli and baby came ome thursday night from a two weeks stay at Decorah. Miss june Johnston of Buffalo Cen or was a guest at the Lynn Crawford Home thursday and Friday. Miss Geneva Darling returned Here sunday after spending the week end with Home folks at Decorah. The contract for the Road work for township has been let to Fahn Snitker and Hans Stegen. Mrs. Lynn Crawford and Dean Shirley visited at the j. A. Peck Home in Decorah from Friday until sunday John Snitker left sunday for Des Moines where he will attend a four Days tractor school being held thu a. Or. And mrs. Irving Crawford j. E. Kneeskern and wife and mrs. Sher Nan Bollman were Decorah visitors tuesday. Or. And mrs. I. R. Hughes Claude Van Wey and wife and mrs. J. J. Van a by were Decorah visitors saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. I. R. Hughes mrs. 3mma Frenchi and mrs. Lyle French attended the movies at Decorah thursday evening. Irvin Hughes is caring for a sore not which he had injured wednesday when a Drill nit fell on it crushing several of his toes. Carl Dreyer fell from a Load of Wood wednesday and Tore the ligaments Loose in his shoulder which will Lay him up for some time. Alice Brandt Inez Kneeskern Helen Brouillet Oma French and Esther Requard wrote the 8th Grade examination thursday and Friday of last week. Or. And mrs. Carl Letch Ford returned Here thursday. Carl has been working for the in"4rsta the Power co. At Dubuque and mrs. Carl has been visiting relatives at Postville several weeks. Or. And mrs. Chris Waters c. H. Waters and wife Rev. Peck or. And mrs. Fred Waters Sam Waters jr., and wife went to Decorah thursday id see san Waters sr., who has been very poorly. We Are glad to learn that he is improving. The choose factory company met tuesday afternoon and elected officers for the coming year. President a a. J. Van Wey vice president Chris Waters Secretary Albert Depping directors will and Roy Kneeskern Claude Van Wey Joe Ryan and Dan Snitker. Rudolf Gerber has been employed As cheese maker Lor another year at 90c per 100 lbs. Of milk. The Date for the Home Talent play an old fashioned Mother has been changed from Friday evening february 19 to wednesday evening feb Rubiy 17, and will be Given in the Community Hall at 8 o clock. The play is a dramatic parable of a Mother s love and comes Well recommended by All who have heard it so Don t Fau to attend. Admission 25 and 35 cents. Cast of characters Deborah Underhill a Mother in Israel mrs. Lynn Crawford. Widder Bill Pringle Leader of the choir mrs. Walter Brandt. Miss Louizy Loving custard Plain sewing and gossip mrs. Roma pad Den. Isabel Wincott the Village Belle miss Sadie Bravick. Gloriana Perkins As Good As Gold miss Geneva Darling. Sukey Prindle the Widder s mite Inez Kneeskern. John Underhill the prodigal son. Charley Hendershot. Charley under ill the elder brother Cecil Gordon. Brother Jonah Quackenbush a whited sepulchre Walter Pilgrim. Jeremiah washing Jerrya merry heart Walter Brandt. Enoch Rone an outcast and wanderer Sherman Bollman. Quintus Todd the so Crit Oscar Padden. Eva daughter of or. And mrs. Henry Bemiss was at a Baptist sunday school sliding party wednesday night on South Pine Street. The sled going South failed to turn with the Road but went straight ahead into a wire Fence and Eva s face sustained a Cut under the left Eye which required ten stitches to close. She got along Well the stitches being removed yesterday afternoon in her tenth birthday monday january 25, she was Given a party by the Baptist sunday school and her fellow pupils of the fifth Grade. Col. Geo. Waters auctioneer and his Sale dates Miles feb. Feb. On saturday last the Postville elevator shipped a Carload of Timothy seed to Moncton new Brunswick Canada the freight of which was ?1.01 % per 100 lbs. And with the duty added it will Cost the Farmers of that locality about $12.00 per 100 Laid Down there. The reputation of Postville elevator for handling Good seed is known far and wide and demand for it comes from Long distances As feb. This shipment testifies. J feb 15-Ada Gilster estate 3. Southeast of Monona. Feb. 1g-mrs. John Bonzer 7 Miles East of Monona 17-Nick Kassel 4 Miles North Monona. 48-Paul Topel g Miles Northwest Postville. 19-r. J. Schroeder 2v� Miles Southwest Monona. Feb. 22-Joe Schultz 4 1-2 Miles West Post Vule. Feb. 23-Otto Meilke 6 Miles Northeast of Monona. 24-Ray Robey 4 Miles Southeast Rossville. 25-Albert Depping 8 Miles North Postville. Feb. Feb. Castalia. Albright a sat Postville Ossian Coli i Al monday in Ossian to do Postville Stvil Walter tuesday. Will Gibbs was an tuesday. ,. Mips Mabel Dahnis was at Post thursday. Roy Campbell was a Postville Ler tuesday. E. J. Perry was at or Csc and tuesday.  r i Ruth Hanson was shopping m  Ille monday. John Kneeskern was caller monday. George Peckham went Corah monday. Chits. Mecklenburg was i caller monday. Mrs. Hattie Stanley was caller tuesday. I Valder Meyr was in Postville be-1 trains tuesday. I mrs. John Kneeskern Visi ii rela i lives in Ossian saturday. E. J. Baltz unloaded a car Load of new Dodge cars tuesday. J or. And mrs. Fred Evo Niihau visited a relatives at Postville monday. Mrs. Leonard Anderson and son Leon were at Postville monday. I Rev Campbell returned Home from. Los Angeles California monday j Carlaus Meyer and Harvey Dahms i intended a Sale near Ossian tuesday. John Kluss and Elaine returned Home from Center Point monday even. No. Mrs. A. A. Hoferer visited relatives to Monona from monday till wednes a Day. J or. And mrs. Robert mrs bid and j laughter returned Home from Florida thursday. I or. And mrs. Fred Dahms and Wayne visited at the John Backhuus Home in Postville sunday. Or. And mrs. Lyle Winn came up from Oelwein saturday for an Over sunday visit with Home folks. A Earl Harfner came up from Cedar. Rapids monday evening to visit ins parents or. And mrs. W. Ii. Haef i Ner. A or. And airs. Melvin Stee Havlen and Morion visited at the will Schweinefus Home near pm Villi i sunday. Prof and mrs. Muth went to Mono a Friday p. M. To spend the Wak end with the former s parents or. J and mrs. G. Muth. Or. And mrs. Louis Drallmeier and j daughters Florence and Lurille. Farmersburg visited at the will Drallmeier Home sunday. Mrs. Kate Lang returned Home Mim i Day from Luana where she had been i visiting at the Lawrence Schult. Home j she was accompanied Home by mrs. Schultz and children Era Gene and Robert who spent till wednesday at the Lang Home. The following company of relatives a and friends were entertained at the Fred Baltz Home saturday evening or. And mrs. Will Timmerman or. 1 and mrs. Arno Timmerman and son or. And mrs. Lester Neverman and  sons Earl and Maurice or. And mrs Joe Schultz and Ardeth or. And mrs. I George Schultz and daughter or. And mrs. Elmer Buddenburg or. And mrs Earl beholder or. And mrs. Tims. Monroe and daughter or. And mrs. I Edwin Ginapp or. And mrs. Harvey 1 Dahms and Zonna Mae. Julia Kahriger and Walter Everman. A Verv enjoy j Able evening was spent in plaving1 progressive 500. Harvey Dahms and mrs. Edom Ginapp received first honors and mrs. Joe Schultz and Fred Baltz the Consolation prizes. Joss Jonora of Bosco and mrs Brink erf Voliny met sunday Nisi in this City at Tho Home of or s mrs. A. I. Gould. Mrs. Go Hnton and daughter woo sunday guests at the Home of or nil mis. Untold Eberling. Re a o a. Kinsaul returned saturday evening from the Gold key Moa ass a May pigs that ports com to. Ift find brought 1 fun 1� j one Day inst Wook Dun Mcneil ii l sold to one of our local Stock with Good prospects in sight. To came Back by Way of Cedar rapids where he lopped oif to see his Mother and sister both of whom Are on list. The sick for a Little Oyer $3,290, a whip to How the Farmers a re not Lossi much Money on Corn when Thev 11 it on the Hoof. A Oney a the Power that turns the wheels of Commerce of the you a share of this Power open an account with us and add to it persistently and you will soon be in line to turn a few of the commercial wheels to your own advantage. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa Fred Orr of Waukon who has been working with a Bell Telephone construction gang Between fort Dodge and Sheldon arrived in Postville sunday noon on his Way to Thi seat for a Home visit county fresh fruit is Good for growing boys always keep a dish of fresh fruit about the House where the children May help themselves at any time. It supplies in the proper form the needed food elements. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son in time when you feel that tight gripping sensation in your Chest when you begin to cough then is the time to Start doctoring a cold. Neglected it May develop seriously. We recommend the following Rexall laxative aspirin cold tablets Rexall cough syrup Iionia the Bros. Pharmacy Rexall store Turner Hall Post ill saturday february 13. Married folks dance music by Carpenter s orchestra bring your own eats and dishes. Coffee Cream and sugar furnished at Hall. Tuesday february 16. Last dance before Lent music by Grant s orchestra a Good time awaits All Cut the crat Foll Visby smoking your own bams Bacon. Atm specs nne fish Tho easiest beat to Moat economical Fay  Wrights condensed smote to Allf or Ali ill Frith Brash or cloth smokes meat perfectly and Doca own Frith the old. Expo Naivs on ult Are smoke Hoam method. In thirty minutes with no fun a and trouble of build Ina a Ore. Of wonderfully Flavoured to cat. Make Money by Imo Vlnar neat for of to Date War Tut a int Hho neat a fuss Insko Bott we Wrig fort condensed a Moka from Best in do a is tuba Ohff a Bjo mibs la tha it tha was to Ruksi ten the Metal Useden Cwg Mem pm we carry hit gaming Cut Rullet Wright s smoke Wright s Ham Pickle the Douglas pharmacy where Quality counts

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