Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
7 Jan 1926

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7 Jan 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1926, Postville, Iowa Page four. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa thursday january 7, Postville Hera 1 f. W. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates. Display _30 cents per Inch locals readers legals 10c nor line want ads--------5 cents per inv Cash with order on All mail orders Church school or society notices of entertainment where an admission is charged or cards of thanks and resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. Foreign adv Tisi is i the pm 5 a Rhette in a a i entertained or. And mrs. Lorenz or. And mrs. Free Lempke of Mo-1 Doerring and baby and or. Elmer Iiona spent thursday and Friday with j Doerring at a six o clock dinner tues Jar. Ana mrs. L. H. Overbid. J Aav in Honor of miss Elsie Bredow. Misses Jeanette Schultz Arvis Jean i sons or. And mrs. Fred pain s and and Verda Mae Breitspreche were son Bernold spent sunday with air. Resolve to save something each week it will be one of the Best resolutions you Ever made in your life. And in later years when you May need Money if you have added regularly each week to your savings account you will have the Money to take advantage of an Opportunity which May mean financial Independence. Let us help you to get started saving. The interest we pay on your balance is an amount vell Worth considering. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital surplus 513,000 the lumber you need if you Are planning alterations or additions to your buildings let us give you an estimate on the lumber needed. You will be pleasantly surprised at the reasonable total w7e will quote. Postville lumber co. H. W. Hanks manager the Yard of Quality service and mrs. Lorenz Doerring and baby Eleanor. Or. And mrs. We. Doerring or. And mrs. Alvin Knuth and baby or. And mrs. Arno Kliefoth were dinner guests new year s of or. And mrs. Herman Knuth. Quite a number of relatives and neighbors gathered at the we. Doerring Home wednesday evening to help or. Doerring celebrate his 57th birthday anniversary. Mrs. C c. Bomberger and son Lores of St. Olaf with the c. J. Nichols family Enove d a picnic dinner new years in the Home of or. And mrs. John Gruel. Or. And mrs. Fred splies or. Ind mrs. H. W. Schultz and Jeanette mrs. Clin Mcgonigle and son Bart were guests new year s Day of or. And mrs. W. .1. Splies. Our teachers returned to their work miss Pearl land to Keosauqua miss Veryle Nichols to Castalia miss Ber a Leo Engelhardt near Monona and miss Deetta Rekow to the Walter Heins District. Miss Elsie Bredow of Waverly la., who is attending the lutheran Mission College at Baltimore Maryland arrived wednesday to spend a few Days with miss Amy Oldag and the we. Doerring family. Our students returned to their work this week. Elmer Doerring to Dubu Otue William and Alvin Doerring to Waverly Leslie Nichols and George Heins to mount Vernon and miss Hattie Landt to Cedar Falls Iowa. At the annual business meeting of the Luana Creamery monday the old officers and the two out going directors wore reelected. Sec. Nelson was give a neat raise of salary. In december butter maker Gulsvig was also Given an increase in salary. Henry Schroeder or. And mrs. Fred Kamps Verm an Vivian mrs. John Hensen and sons miss Elizabeth Kamps and grandma Kamps. Or. And mrs. Lyle Engelhardt be Roy Kruse and Henry Genz were new year s dinner guests of the George Sanders family near Hardin. Or. And mrs. Fred Kamps and son Verni of Dubuque or. And mrs. Fred Lempke. Of Monona or. And mrs. Car Erb and children or. And mrs. Emil Lempke. Or. And mrs. Henry Wolter and children and grandmother or. And mrs. Fred Kruse or. And mrs. Ben f. Overbeck Frances and Donald mrs. Kamps mrs. Kamin and or. mrs. Arthur h. Berg were thursday evening guests in the c. H. Overbeck Home in Honor of mrs. We. Wilke of Dubuque Iowa. Luann school notes. School Calendar Jan. A basketball Mcgregor there Jan. 12-basketball at Waukon Jan. 15-basketball at Clermont. Jan. 22-basketball with Clermont Here. Tan. 26-basketball at Monona. Why is everyone looking so gloomy just because the two weeks vacation is Over and work must begin again. That s Why hearts which have been so glad and care free Are sad. For those who have been unlucky or have let their grades go below 00 per cent it Means the worry of semester exams. Many came Back with new year resolutions which we Hope will be kept not Only during the rest of the school year but always. The school children were very much pleased at the audience which turned out to the Christmas program. It showed the interest of the parents and other people of the Community in school affairs. We Hope everyone of the parents resolve to visit our school oftener than they have before so As to know More about what their children Are doing in school. It pleases a child to have his father or Mother come to school. Would t you like to hear your boy or girl say  that s my father or Mother visiting the swiftest and cleanest basketball game of the season was played with Postelle on their floor Friday evening december 18, 1925. Real basketball was played All during the game and Good team work was shown. The teams were evenly matched and by their playing it could easily be seen that each team had had Good training. The first Quarter had Luana in the Lead with a 2 to 0 score. In the second Quarter Luana had several Good shots but because of not being acquainted with the floor they mis sed them. The played and Postville Lead 6 and 3. The second half of the game showed the outlasting qualities in the Luana team. Luana would easily have carried away the score had they known the floor a bit better although even at that she sure played a Good game. The game was won by Postville 10 to 1. Next Friday Luana meets Mcgregor on their floor. The new year s Resolution made this year seems to Tell us Luana will win from now on. Let s see them go Friday january St. Frances Henderson and Marion reidel of Monona High school visited our High school monday afternoon. Mardella and Marcella Sabbann and Helen Everall of Monona visited in the grades monday. Jokes English teacher Leonard please Correct this sentence then there came a Dull thud that was clearly audible to our Leonard s correction j there came a Dull noise which was visible to our scientific question can our ears see Orval can i kiss you Mabel gives no answer. Orval do you care if i kiss you Hager gaining. Walter Kneeskern made a trip to Decorah thursday., Louie Martin and. Family moved to Postville last week. Will Stock put up his Summers Supply of ice last week. Or. And mrs. John Shutta were 0 Sian visitors wednesday. Rev. Pock and prof. Gordon were Postville callers saturday. Or. Und mrs. Gene Birdsell visited relatives at Postville sunday. ,1 e. Kneeskern and family were Decorah visitors saturday afternoon. Mrs. George Wolfe returned Lues Day from several Days stay at Charley Letchford of Council Bluffs is visiting his Niece mrs. Mabel w a ters. The m. H. Club will meet with mrs. Myra Wolf Friday afternoon january 8. Or. And mrs. Tom Bullman gave a dinner to a number of relatives sunday. Miss Laura Snitker was hosted to a party of girl friends wednesday Brouillet resumed his school duties at Centennial after a two weeks vacation. Mrs. Emma French and Oma visited relatives at Ossian and dec Oran last. Week. Mrs. Kenneth who was ill with an attack of appendicitis last week is improving. Or. Pc of Fries of Waukon was i professional caller at or. Henry Mages wednesday. Francis Everett of Strawberry Point is assisting Arthur Topel m cutting ice. Miss Leona Gordon entertained a party of Young people at her Home saturday evening. Miss Sadie Bravick returned Here sunday from a visit with Home folks it Buffalo Center. Glen Latchford and Francis Everett made a trip to Oelwein Friday oven no returning sunday. Miss Florence Peck returned to Dubuque saturday after a two weeks Isit with Home folks. The willing workers a. Meet with mrs. Lottie Pilgrim i thursday afternoon of this week. The p. T. A. Will hold their regular meeting tuesday evening january 12 n the Community Hall. Lily and Joseph Nash returned to a heir Home at Floyd saturday after a visit Here with relatives. J. E. Kneeskern was at Ossian i i May where he purchased 20 acres of Wood land of Ward Allen. Or. And mrs. Francis Padden of report were Down to eat new years dinner at the 0. F. Miller Home. Miss Geneva Darling resumed her reaching Here monday after a weeks vacation at her Home m Decorah. Or. And mrs. Charley Brouillet and Vernon of Decorah visited relatives Here from thursday until sunday. Irving Crawford and family and i and mrs. F. T. Bulman and Leona visited at Waukon Friday evening. Charley Beebe returned Here saturday after several weeks visit among relatives at Green Island and Oelwein. Misses Florence and Evelyn Pilgrim enjoyed a visit from their Friend miss Elsie Schultz of Castalia last week. Mis. Celia Pilgrim returned to Ames saturday after a weeks suit Vith mrs. Mahal Waters and other friends. Harold Snitker left saturday for Milwaukee Wisconsin after a visit a Vitri his parents or. And mrs. Dan Snitker. Or. And mrs. Tom Bollman entertained1 a number of relatives and friends at an Oyster supper new years evening. Rev. Peck and his sunday school a lass of boys enjoyed a coasting at the Louie Felke Home wednesday afternoon. Walter Van Wev made trip the Postville tuesday. Mrs. Van Wev who had been visiting relatives there returned with him. Miss Sarah Miller entertained at a radio party new years eve and All had the pleasure of listening to the ringing of the Liberty Bell. The willing workers dinner held new years Day at the Community Hurch was a very pleasant affair. The proceeds amounted to 831.00. Or. Emma Earhart of Erie Pennsylvania was a guest at the Tom Bollman and mrs. Mabel wat to Homes Friday and saturday. Mrs. A. A. Peck and Carlton Sam Waters sr., mrs. Emma Ajir doll of Decorah and Ira Peck of Sheldon attended the dinner Given by the willing workers Friday. The students who were Home for their Holiday vacation Nave returned to their school duties. Misses Ciryl Bulman and Leona Gordon to Waukon and Evelyn Pilgrim and Harlev Owens to Postville. Mrs. Chester Meeker met with a painful Accident sunday evening. While reaching on a shelf a bottle of iodine was upset and some of the contents went into her Eye which has a used her considerable suffering since. The w. C. T. U. Will meet with mrs. Minnie Peck thursday afternoon january 14. A Large crowd of the neighbors and friends of or. And mrs. Edgar russet gave them a Farewell party wednesday evening. Supper was served by the visitors and a Jolly Good time was reported. For Castalia. K. J. Perry was at Iwler tues " Lyon Ollie Winn was at Ossian wednesday. W. M. Allen of Ossian was in town saturday. Or. Henry Thornton was at West Union wednesday. Mrs. Kate Lang was shopping at Ossian wednesday. Or. And mrs. 11. L. Meyer wore at Postville saturday. Miss Eileen Malloy was at Cedar rapids wednesday. Charles Neuenswander left California saturday. Mrs. Thomas Monroe was a i Ost Ville caller wednesday. Albert Christofferson was a Post Villa caller wednesday. Mrs. Johnson of Ossian called on or. Ella Hascy saturday. Miss Regina Meyer of Ossian visited her Friend Eileen Malloy tuesday. Or. V. C. Kluss of Sanbourn visited at the John Kluss Home wednesday. Mrs. Carrie Bollman came up from Postville wednesday to visit relatives. Mac. Pii Segati mrs. Floody and Eileen Malloy were at Ossian new years Day. Or. And mrs. E. J. Perry and family visited relatives at pole ill sunday. Or. And mrs. James Hunter of Bruce Wisconsin came wednesday to visit relatives. Mrs. Will Baltz and Irene were Over sunday visitors of or. And mrs. August Baltz at Decorah. Miss sue Schmidt returned saturday after having spent her vacation with Home folks at Oelwein. Or. And mrs. G. A. Mutli and daughter Clara and Helen Seitz of Monona spent tuesday at the prof Muth Home. Misses Hildegarde and Elsie Kaiser of Monona visited their sister mrs. A. A. Hoferer Friday and saturday. Mrs. Lawrence Schultz and children of Luana came monday for a few Days visit with Ner Mother airs. Kate Lang. Miss Martha Haefner returned to to Rock rapids new year s Day after spending her vacation with Home folks. Mrs. John Stemzel visited her parents or. And mrs. We Schweinefus at Postville from monday till wednesday. John Haefner came Friday evening from Oskaloosa for a few Days visit with his parents or. And mrs. W. H. Haefner. Or. And mrs. J. A. Johnson returned to their Home at Fertile. Iowa saturday after a weeks visit with their son in Law and daughter prof and mrs. Muth. Prof and mrs. Muth motored to Monona saturday. Miss Clara Muth a  them Home for a Short visit leaving sunday morning for Mason City where she is teaching. Mrs. I. F. Kneeskern and John Henry went to Calmar n new year s Day to visit relatives and from there they left saturday for Milwaukee Wisconsin where mrs. Kneeskern has employment. Or. And mrs. B. F. Bliss of Dolliver Iowa came wed Evrial to visit prof ind mrs. Muth. The two ladies Are Sisters. Or. And mrs. Bliss returned Home saturday. Or. Bliss is supt. Of the Dolliver schools. A i architects Hanson & Alt ii i Hugo the Plana and specifi., i about Dona on the new c. It try unil Cauff i a a asked a i March. The purpose is to have. In readiness for. Work us ground can to broken in the Tho building will Cost a Bott m and will to modern in All ,., journal. Commercial Ico to panics taking i ice from Tho Waters of lakes and Rivers in Iowa in the future will Havi to pay1 cents Pur ton to Tho  frym Nalum at Luthor cull state for exploitation of its natural a Kory a that bids Wylli he ,. I resources it has been decided by the  asked Ftp s3 Board of conservation and Tho executive Council. This ruling is expect i n Hrisi g the a Lintn much Revenue from hundreds of thousands of tons of ice annually. Thrift week a Good time to Start saving Thrift week now a National institution set aside in Honor of Franklin looked upon by Many As the greatest exponent of Thrift among the pioneers of this nation. So what better Way for you to celebrate this important week than to Start a savings account with this Strong Bank we Aid you by adding interest at 4 per cent regularly. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 be this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa her Choice of candies december report of big 1 c. T. A. Purebreds Are cheap Good time to buy. Right now is an excellent time for the dairymen with a Grade Herd to kiss make the shift from grades to pure. Beds because purebred females Are a of " Selling at very Low prices in compari l s-"we1rlonyudnmhid if i kiss with grades says c. B. Finley of 1 the Extension service Iowa state in College. Not Only can purebreds be bought cheaply now but also the grades can be disposed of at a Good Price.  Grade Dairy cows with Good cow testing association records have been bringing from $100 to $175 in various parts of Iowa while purebreds in Many instances have sold for $125 to $200. The spread Between these prices would indicate that purebreds Are you Mabel still does not answer. Orval do you want me to you Mabel still does not answer. Orval Well Are you deaf 7" Mabel no Are you dumb the divorces granted in Fayette county number Arnout exactly 20 percent of the number of licenses issued for marriages in this county during december the big 4 c. 1. A. Tested a total of h33 cows with. Lofio on the dry list. Four cows were 1 sold for beef and four for milk Pur poses one cow was purchased rows produced Over 40 lbs. Of fat and 6 Over 50 lbs. The total 493 cows tested averaged 390 lbs. Milk and 15.3 lbs. Of fat. The highest monthly production record in the history of the association was broken during december by re m. Gass g. Hoi. No. 10, with 22b0 lbs. Milk and 83.0 lbs. Butter fat or 104.5 lbs. Of butter. This replaces the former 82 la. Record held by f. L. Willams g. H. No. L3, which is the Only other cow in the history of the association that has Ever produced Over 80 lbs. Butter fat in one month. 1. High Herd honors go to l. B. Folsom his p. B. G. Hoi. Milking averaged 40.9 lbs. B. F. And the Herd of 11 cows averaged s30.3 lbs. Milk 33.5 fat. 2. J. C. Bodenski Iner 10 p. B. G. Gur. Milk lbs fat 25.0. Lbs. 3. De m. Gass p. B. Her. U h. 17 milking 8 dry. Milk g28.0 lbs. Fat 25.5 lbs. 4. Milo Folsom g. Our. A milking. 2 dry. Milk g25.s lbs., a 24.3 lbs. 5. C. H. Schroeder p. B. G. Hoi. 10 milking a dry. Mil g72. Lbs., fat 23.1 la. Other h go . During october w. H. Heins g. H. Bess High cow for the year produced 71.2 lbs. B. F. 2. L. B. Folium s Carrie nation g h. Milk r 7 lbs., fat 58.7 lbs. 3. J. C. F de Steiner s g. So. " wild Mill 1190 lbs., fat 50.2 lbs 4. Hirv Breitspreche s g. Is Blacky milk 1302 lbs., fat 53.4 la 5. L. B. Folsom s p. B. H. Leone milk 1g06 lbs., fat 53.0 lbs. 0 e. M. Gass p. B. Her. No. 27, milk 1042 lbs., fat 52.1 lbs. Eli e. Bailey s v. B. Gur. Dutchess Roberta just completed a 12 month milking record with 592 lbs. Butter fat or 7-10 lbs. Butter. This is the season when it is Best to remember that is cheaper to heat the water with a few Corn cobs in the tank Heater than it is to heat the water with expensive feeds after it is in the cow s stomach. One Souid spend the entire Day chasing a cow Back and Forth Between the barn to the tank without succeeding in making her drink sufficient ice water to Supply her needs. Much better results can be obtained by letting the cows drink their fill even once per Day of warm water. Where this practice is followed the cows should be watered during the Early afternoon. Milk is 87 per cent think it this is also the season to remember that the younger the scrub Bull is the better beef he makes. A. A. Haines tester. Ask most any lady in this Community what candies she likes Best and the answer will be Whitman a candies and she knows it because it is the Candy she buys i for herself not because it is lower in Price than most High Grade candies but because she prefers it to others. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son buy your radio at big so. The electric shop you can buy the Best in radio Atwater Kent radios the King radio 5 tubes and radio accessories a m. Sebastian Postville Iowa issues for marriages in this county Mph them t it culc�5 Are according to the records to John t. 1zttw, m. A. n,.?Al to buy at Riley clerk of the courts for 1925. To a a. Illey behaves there Are two Days remaining in i �1et" to of a testing As. 1925 when this is written but the 1 to Jan Counti for 150 make a news item of that one out of every five marriages Here is of no Turner dance this week a t facially recorded As a because the town s too Small but be Union Argo. Cause orchestras Are too scarce on cow elderly women have Given Many recipes for longevity but Dripps Dunn 89 years old living 12 Miles East of Cedar ran ids is the first in this Vicinity to attribute her Long life and health to smoking a pipe. She has smoked Ever since there was a siege of typhoid fever in her Home Community sixty years ago. The old family physician advised her and her Mother to smoke to Ward off the disease she says. They begun to smoke and it proved so successful a preventive that they continued. The rain and fog of sunday and monday turned to Snow flurries and cooler tuesday evening Whereat we All rejoice. Catch it 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 of recommend the following Rexall laxative aspirin cold tablets Rexall cough syrup Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store

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