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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 7, 1926, Postville, Iowa Utt Day january 7,. 1926, detach writes farm insurance. A Murilo h�8 been invoicing week. Send Hnnson of Masoli City was ook end visitor in Portville. Argins in hosiery during our Trunce Solo. Meior Phillips & co. Ibert Becker the horse Erna in town the first of Tho  is. Fred Williams entertained the de whist club at her Home tues evening. It some of those half Price bar is during our clearance Sale. Meier japs & co. R. O. A. Kincl Phynn. Office Over Shutte s furniture a Postville Iown. Of is Tho Timo to get your Harnoss " and ready for Spring work am harness store. I a. And mrs Fred Groth went r to West Union and spent new is with or. Arthur Groth. J Liss Catherine Geraghty of the raid Force spent new year s Day or the parental roof in Monona. Liss Emma Hein left sunday Monitor Mason City for a few weeks in the Home of or. And mrs. V. Coyle. In. And mrs. Dan Mcneil sr., and ily were dinner guests sunday in Home of or. And mrs. De Mcneil the of town. In. And mrs. W. B. Need and mrs inon of Decorah were new years its in the Home of or. And mrs. F. Topliff of this City. Attorney w. H. Burling was at Skoti on tuesday looking after Ess ional business in the january m of the District court. In. And airs. W. J. Clark and Thorn or. And mrs. Pem Bernhardt were w year s guests at the farm Home or. And mrs. H. V. Steele. Liss Sonnkalb left Mon for Ames to resume her studies her a Holiday Home visit Here to her ther mrs. Elizabeth Sonnkalb. Thy suffer those aches and pains be to Postville take treatments be cured. 0. A. Kinsel Napra hic physician Postville Iowa. Liss Dolores Thoma returned to a Falls tuesday after spending Holiday vacation Here in the Home her parents or. And mrs. W. C. Dward Staadt left saturday for poria Kansas to resume his school re after a Holiday visit Here in the be of his Mother mrs. Anna Adt. \ after spending the Holiday Vaca Hore with Home folks Glenn har left monday for Cedar rapids continue his studies in the business lege. In. Ami mrs. Win Schultz mrs. Stav die sch Martha Gruhn and s. Rosa Waechter were sunday vis is at the Home of or. And mrs. In Schultz North of Hardin. R. And mrs. Will Schultz and Lily or. And mrs. Emil Schultz family and mrs. Gustav Dietsch c guests new year s Day at the be of or. And mrs. We. Schultz. Irs. 0. A. Kinsel and family return sunday from a ten Days Holiday it with relatives in Garnavillo Ler Meyer mrs. L. W. Meyer and Orente Meyer bringing them Home Auto. Eve. E. T. Finck was Well item i by his parishioners on Christ a eve members of the lutheran Gre gation the Bible class and the its presenting him with no less n three Silver offerings. Dietsch insures hubs hold goods. Ice is 12 inches thick in Turkey River at Al Kilor. Y something free with each remnant. Meier Phillips & co. Louis Schuttz celebrated new years by invoicing his furniture Stock. Bring in your Harnoss before the Rush for Hoamg. Putnam harness mrs. Rono Smith and son Are enjoying a Holiday visit in St. Cloud Minnesota. Or. G. F. Kelliher physician and surgeon. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Or. Of w. Kiesau physician mid surgeon. Office ova Tho to Eutrice. Both telephones. A Little daughter Eulalia Iva was born december 12th, to or. And mrs Lester c. Martens. Or. F. A Kiesau was called Over into Ludlow township lust week by the illness of Rev. Stuebbe. Or. And mrs. H. D. Cole and in Milf were guests new year s Clay in the Homo of or. And mrs. L. 0. Brueher. meeting thursday evening january 14. Installation of officers and other important business. Come. Or. And mrs. Wilbert Wilko of route 3 were new year s guests in this City it the Homo of or and mrs., Henry Wilko. Miss Etelka Schultz returned to Elzador tuesday aft a Hollay visit Here in the Home of her Mother mrs. Anna Schultz miss Amelia Schroeder returned to Cedar rapids monday after a hoi i iday visit Here to her Mother mrs., b. F. Schroeder. Or. And mrs. B. C. Farrington of this City spent new year s in decor. The Postville Herald Postville Iowa Page my local news notes Postville theatre Friday and saturday january 8 and 9 Anna q. Nilsson and Milton Sills in Rex. Beach s dynamic action Story of the Oil Fields flowing Gold element of screen entertainment thrills action comedy pathos suspense Are packed into this splendid production. Rex Beach who wrote the spoilers supervised the making of this picture in t e exact level of the Story. There is no reason Why you should t see this splendid 8 reel production. Monday and tuesday january 11 & 12 Robert Frazier and Clara Bow in the Scarlet West Here we Are Back again with another big it s made to thrill you and you sure will thrill to the Battle cry As thousands of real indians Gallop Over the Plains As frontiersmen whip to the Saddle gun in hand clash in a furious charge to protect the ones they love. It s big it compares to any big Western we have shown with the possible exception of the covered Wagon. There Are four thousand people and thousands of wild horses used in the making of this big production. Custer s last stand and the Romance of the Frontier army Post Are shown. No Advance in admission so How can you afford to miss it. Wednesday and thursday Jan. 13 & 14 Florence Vidor and All Star cast in marry me which you missed if you Haven t attended these nights a i ""11limagmma Dietsch insure your House and barn. Underwear bargains at half Price. Meier Phillips & co. Charles Hoth was a business visitor in Oelwein tuesday. I Al Ellis left tuesday afternoon for Kenosha Wisconsin on business. Mrs. John a Gregg entertained the cozy club last thursday afternoon. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture store advertisement one lot of sweaters at half Price during our clearance Sale. Meier Phillips & co. Rev r. F. Galloway Louis matters and Julius hems have had Farmers phones installed this week. Will Kuehling of Henderson Prairie was operated for appendicitis last 1-Runty at the Kelleher Hospital. From the saturday after Christmas until last thursday the Farmers co. Shipped twelve cars of hogs. Levi Schultz mailing to have the Chicken pox when a youngster is enjoying ? the privilege this week. Ray Harris returned to Iowa City saturday after a Holiday visit Here to his parents or. And mrs. Warner Harris. Miss Ethel Thoma spent new years week in Chicago returning from there to her school duties in Lansing last saturday. Or. A. A. Schmidt has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. \ the croquet club and their husbands watched the old year out and the new year in at the Home of or. And mrs. A. P. Durno. Mrs. W. A. Granger returned to West Union tuesday after a ten 1 Days visit Here in the Home of or. I and mrs. H. F. Schara. J miss Myra Angell returned to her school duties in Perry on saturday after a Holiday visit Here to her Mother mrs. Laura Angell. J or. And mrs. W. C. Thoma and miss Dolores Thoma were dinner guests sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Chris Salzgeber. J miss Jeannette Sanders left last Friday night for South Bend Indiana after a Home visit Here to her Mother mrs. Jessie Sanders Over the holidays. Miss Lillian Meier has returned to her school duties at Cherry Valley after spending the holidays Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Chris Meier. J miss Flora Gass returned to her school work in St. Louis monday after spending the Christmas and new year s holidays Here with her Mother mrs. J. Gass. Mrs. R. D. Sams of this City received word last Friday of the death of her Uncle John Kastor of Eldorado but owing to the bad roads was unable to attend the funeral. In remitting for his Herald Fred Schara of Prairie do Sac Wisconsin says the a lines leave us in Good i health and we wish you a Happy and j prosperous new year. I mrs. John c. Hecker returned to j her school duties in Greene wednes i Day of last week after spending the Christmas vacation Here with her husband in the r. F. Hecker Home. Miss Agnes Schuler left sunday noon for Streator Illinois to resume i her duties As instructor in a business College after spending the holidays Here with her parents or. And mrs. J a. J. Schuler. 1 the married folks dance at Turner Hall on saturday evening was attended by 131 couples and it is said some of the old timers can shake a Hoot with considerable agility with Carpenter s orchestra to furnish the Limber i juice for their joints. I mrs. L. 0. Bencher of this City re-1 Cei Ved the news monday of the death i in Austin Minnesota that Day of her i Uncle Dan Payne. Deceased had been in the employ of the Milwaukee railway for Many years As Engineer run. Ning Between Austin and Calmar. Or. And mrs. J. T. Melvold or. And mrs. J. A. Palas or. And mrs. A. C. Webster or. And mrs. 0. J. Bencher a or. And mrs. To. V. Steele and mrs. H m. Koevenig were entertained at i a watch party new year s eve in the Home of or. And mrs. L red j. Miller i j j. H. Kaiser a Farmer living near j National suffered a heavy loss when fire on his farm destroyed his Corn crib and Corn farm machinery and burned up two carloads of hogs which were just about ready for the Market. The origin of the fire is not known. Or. And mrs. George Daubenberger miss Myra Daubenberger or. And mrs. C. T. Grattidge of Farmers Burg and or. And mrs. H. N. Hanks j started the new year most auspiciously by partaking of i delicious dinner at the Home of mayor and mrs. W. J. Hanks. Tho annual meeting of the Iowa farm Bureau federation will be held at Des Moines on january 12th, 13th and 14th. Or. Paul Hager president of the Alla Makee county farm Bureau and Ove t. Roe will represent the farm Bureau of this county at this annual meeting at Des Moines. All kinds plants. See Cora Wheeler. Louis Koevenig was a sunday visitor in Elgin. Ira Smith is driving a new Chevrolet Sedan of late. Heinz jumbo Dill pickles 30 cents per dozen. Schroeder Schultz co. J. T. Humphrey was a new years Day visitor with relatives in Monona. J. T. Humphrey and Julius Heins invoiced the Stock at the implement shop on monday. We Are glad to report mrs. Anna Schultz recuperating nicely from a recent sick spell. Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy Tho new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Crumm. I or. And mrs. W. E. Durno were guests sunday in the Home of my. And mrs. George Kohlmann. L. 0. Boucher or. A. A. Schmidt and John l. Gregg were business visitors in Clermont last wednesday. Or. And mrs. Joe Hecker were entertained on new year s Day in the Home of or. And mrs. J. E. Horgan. Mrs. Cornell writes from los Angeles that the weather is line and warm and a great Many outdoor plants in Bloom. Rev. And mrs. E. I. Finck and family were entertained at dinner sunday at the hospitable Home of or. And mrs. F. H. Schultz. Or. And mrs. Raymond Rothert of Cresco were guests in the Home of or. And mrs. Lee Bowers form new year s until sunday. Miss Pearl Smith returned to Coe College Cedar rapids saturday after a Holiday visit Here to her parents or. And mrs. Ira Smith. Mrs. P. L. Gordanier of Kalamazoo Michigan is spending the Holiday season Here in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. Chris Meier. F or. And mrs. George Kohlmann entertained the picnic club and their husbands at an enjoyable watch night party last thursday evening. We ask of All Lodge Secretary s that they furnish us a list of All new officers As soon As same Are installed As Well As their regular night for meeting. Miss Mae Keenan returned to Minneapolis on the Early monday morning train after a new year s visit Here in the Home of or. And mrs. Dan Mcneil or. Or. And mrs. Frank Callahan and or. And mrs. George Farmer were guests new year s Day at the Home of or. And mrs. Chas. Fay South of Postville. Or. And mrs. Russel Dubois of West Union and or. And mrs. J. F. Sawvelle were entertained on new year s Day in the Home of or. And mrs. Herman Schutta. Thomas Clark left new year s night for Chicago to continue his studies in Loyola College after a visit Here during the Holiday to his parents or. And mrs. W. J. Clark. Wayne Newell and Boyd Woodman see of Waukon were Over night guests sunday of or. And mrs. W. H. Burling of this City leaving monday morning to resume their studies at Cornell College. Or. And mrs. Fred Thiese and baby and a brother drove Here from Sibley last thursday to visit at the Home of or. And mrs. Herman Plaht of this City where on new year s Day there was a Large and Happy gathering of relatives. Messes. And mesdames John Kohrs w. C. Schroeder l. H. Schroeder l. C. Schultz Fred c. Schara. L. F. Schroeder de f. Schroeder Thomas Monroe and their families were new j year s Dav dinner guests at the Home j of or. And mrs. We. H. Schroeder. J the news was wafted Down from Mason City on new year s morning that a Dandy baby boy had just arrived at the Homo of or. And mrs. V. D. Coyle of that City and or. And mrs. George Daubenberger of this City were grandparents once again j yt5ounty clerk William Shafer issued one Hundred and nine marriage licenses during the year 1925. The oldest Groom was seventy years old and the oldest Bride was fifty four. The. Youngest Groom was seventeen years old and the youngest Bride was fifteen. Or. And mrs. Henry Schuette sr., or. And mrs. Frank Trvin or. And mrs. Harold Stone and Catherine or. And mrs. H. J. Schuette mrs. Harriett Bayless and mrs. Paul Willman were dinner and supper guests new year s Day of or. And mrs. Bert e. Tuttle and ii Olen. Meior and Handy shipped eleven St. Paul s lutheran Church did not carloads of hogs and one of cattle have Good weather tuesday evening Christmas week and last week six for Tho Sho ving of their 8 reel film carloads of hogs. In the past ninety Martin Luther his life and Days they have shipped close to that was the evening the weather 8,000 head of hogs which is proof Man chose to Send Utah old fashioned conclusive that most of the Farmers Iowa blizzard. It is a Good picture and of this locality sell their Corn on the Hoof. I mrs. Florence Muster spent Tho i Wosk end in Auburn township Fayette were in us portrayal of those who missed seeing it v Fortuna of. As it is a True port historical events Erastus Appleman of Clermont the i. A i i. , ,foi." or Rit Veteran mail clerk now retired and to j trial new Ftp h e known to every mail clerk and chickenpox while a jets set her fate8/ it a Jtj Post Ife tuesday to meet someone on in time to enter school again next .4the Oon. Milwaukee passenger week. C. W. And miss Irene Meier or and mrs. A. J. Phillips mrs. J. K. Phillips a. L. And miss Amy Meier or. And mrs. A. W. Bush and family mrs. Anna Sheehy or. And mrs Meier wore entertained on new year Dav at the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. J. My Fer. Earl Abernethy and mrs. John hrs Oranus heart and caused tears of Joy a  " to prickle Down his Cheeks. The Home of or. And mrs. Mort c. Peering of Henderson Prairie was the scene of a gala time on new year s Day when seventy two of their old friends and neighbors members of the Bethel u. B. Ladies Aid their husbands and families assembled i to re for a real Joy fest and they had i it Refl he invaders brought along with to town huge baskets of Good things to eat and at. Noon spread a feast fit for a King that was heartily partaken of. The afternoon was Given Over to a social season that was most happily enjoyed by Allf but by none More than or. And mrs. Deering and family. As soon As the train had stopped every trainman mail clerk baggage and express Man left his Post of duty to get on the station platform to shake the hand of App their former coworker and Friend and the cordiality of their greeting touched the old vet he old Mill seven Miles Northeast of West Union for a generation or More known As Burnham s Mill has been torn Down and completely removed Sam Eric cosh hauling the timbers to his farm near Gunder whore they will sensed in the erection of a huge Barntt Avo Shuman he junk Man or this pity bought All the old Iron. The Mill was built in a very Early Day probably in the Middle i a ties but Many years ago in common with nearly All Mills in the Rural District it outlived its usefulness or was ruined by the failure of wheat an4 twin City Union Argo a company of friends enjoyed a picnic supper and social season sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. F. J. Miller in Honor of the tatter s birthday anniversary. Those present were or. And mrs. J. A. Pal As or. And mrs. 0. J. Beu Cher or. And mrs. J. T. Melvold and the misses Irene Meier Pauline Staadt and Mel Inda Casten. Postmaster Gray goes to Iowa City today to. Take his son Roland who was stricken with infantile paralysis some weeks ago to the University Hospital for observation. The Little fellow is Bright and cheerful and has in part regained use of the leg and Arm afflicted and it is the Hope and wish of us All that in due season he May fully recover. In a letter from j. C. Mitchell of Pipestone Minnesota concerning his Herald he says while most of the names i see in your paper Are strangers to us yet there Are very few weeks that i do not see some account of one or More of our old familiar friends such As mrs. Orr s birthday c. M. Kerr s sunday school class and Bert Marston s family the people have enjoyed the american legion ice skating rink so much the past two weeks the lord sought to make the entire Community Happy on sunday by sending along a gentle rain that froze nearly As fast As it fell and converted the town and Countryside into one vast skating rink and the Slippery walked in wicked places the fore part of the week. On new year s Day members of the women s missionary society and their husbands about forty All told gave Rev. E. T. Finck an enjoyable Surprise by coming in shortly before noon with Well filled baskets of delicious eatables and proceeded to prepare a splendid feast and afterwards had a most enjoyable social season. They also left a Beautiful Boquet of Cut Flowers. Nesia Darling Meshane. Daughter of or. And mrs. J. H. Meshane of the i Forest Mills locality died at Postville Hospital at three o clock monday afternoon of peritonitis following an operation for ruptured appendix submitted to on new year s Day. She was aged four years 10 months and one Day. The funeral was held wednesday and interment was made in the cemetery at Smithfield. R. F. Hein of Denver Colorado in sending a two daddy dollars to make his Herald yellow tag took pretty says it. Certainly is Good to i Jive it every Mon any morning. Colorado is a mighty Fine state when speaking of weather As the coldest we have had in 1925 is one degree above Zero. However this Means the City of Denver Only As up in the mountains it reaches the 30 and 40 below level several times during the on sunday last or. And mrs. Hen j by Schuette or. Most royally entertained a company of relatives and friends at their hospitable and Beau i Tifful Home and All present will Long remember with pleasure the Fine do j nor and supper and the congenial so j Cial season accompanying. Those present were or. And mrs. H. J. Schuette or. And mrs. Harold Stone and Ca Al Erine. Or. And mrs. Frank Ervin or. And mrs. Bert e. Tuttle and miss Marie Blaha following the watch night service it the lutheran Church last thursday a company of about fifty members of the congregation assembled at the parsonage and gave their pastor Rev. E. T. Finck a genuine and Happy Surprise the occasion being his birthday anniversary. The company tarried until two o clock on new Micin a car Glendora Lump Coal on track next week $7.75 per ton Hall Roberts son Postville Iowa will have j i several cars Coal i on track a 1 1 i first of next week i Book your orders now i Good Coal Only  1 the Farmers store i 1 c. C. Sander agent i i Aten oysters this week not Why pure buckwheat flour Johnston s crackers & cookies Campbell s soups Navel oranges 20c a dozen up carrots head lettuce Kraut horseradish rutabagas cabbage grapes apples grape fruit ice Cream several flavors Thoma Bros restaurant we deliver both phones next departure tuesday i take the most direct and scene Wey to California via the famous Golden state route through Elpaso Tucson Yuma the Salton sea and the Orchards and vineyards of Southern California. Through tourist sleeping car Viil leave Calmar at 3 00 p. M. Via Chicago Milwaukee & St. Paul by. To Kansas City arriving los Angeles Friday 2 15 . Via Southern Pacific lines. Meals in dining car at very reasonable prices. For full information address c. T. Cold to i Iii. Atrom South Pacific lines Southern it Ein in. 3-37 w. Jucick a n bad. Cli Zeugo. Iii. pc c. Curd a. Ass t Stock Island 000 Des Molenc. 1 i Tiloi a ont life Side. Hundreds of remnants on Sale. Something free with each remnant half Price on one lot of Coats and dresses including this seasons styles. A special Sale on stamped goods

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