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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 5, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100, undivided profits Over $19,000 this Bank is still doing business at the same old stand caring for All deposits entrusted to it returning them safely on Call extending needed accommodation to customers rendering a service Safe careful satisfactory. You should have an account Here. We pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. Officers h. S. Luhman president car Holter vice president l. 0. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst. Cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier "  directors a h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. L. 0. Beucher John c. Weihe we. Harris Meier  i Quality coffees try ours Symonds inn Popeko Roxbury Mallard and Duco brands nearby correspondence 25 to 40 cents per Pound package. Thoma Brothers Liggett s and Funke s chocolates purity ice Cream in i he is at Ravena. A e. Chamberlain made a trip to Caiman tuesday. Mrs. Geo. Vanwey was a Decorah shopper saturday. J. A. Peck made a trip to Castalia after flour saturday. Irvin Allen of Postville was a caller in our Burg thursday. L. C. Spaun is doing some Mason work at Arthur Brandts mrs. J. A. Peck and Carlton were Decorah visitors saturday. J. J. Vanwey hauled two loads of goods from Postville saturday. Or. And mrs. Harry Waters were Decorah callers tuesday evening. Philip Krogsund and wife of Decorah were visitors in town Friday. Dewitt Vanwey did some Carpenter work at d. W. Baldwin s last week. Otto Dahlin and family of Glenwood were callers in town Friday evening. Chris Waters and wife were at Decorah saturday to attend Chautauqua. Lynn Crawford Geo. Sherman and Harry Olson were Decorah visitors Friday. Claude Kirby of Ravena visited at the l. C. Spaun Home sunday afternoon. Mrs. Fred Waters and son visited Home folks at Decorah the last of the week. The d. N. T. Meetings will be discontinued until fall on account of Busy times. Mrs. Martin ask is enjoying a visit from mrs. Ragna Nelson and family of Decorah. J. D. Schenck terminated his visit Here today and left for his Home ii Estherville. Mrs. L. C. Spaun visited at the r w. Carter Home in Ossian wednesday and thursday. Mrs. J. J. Vanwey and mrs. Claude Vanwey and Lester were shopping in Postville wednesday. Will Schutta and John Snitker were at Decorah saturday attending a convention of stir Shermen. Lewis Folkie and family of Ravena were Down to attend the patriotic meeting Friday evening. Mesdames Irving and Lynn Crawford and Fred Waters were Decorah visitors monday afternoon. Mrs. Irving Crawford and mrs. Lynn Crawford and son attended Chautauqua at Waukon wednesday. Sherman Bollman and family and mrs. Rilla Letchford visited at Carl Letchford a near Bethel saturday. Byron Chandler was Down from Decorah saturday after his son George who was a Home visitor Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Francis Padden mrs. Sarah Miller and Vesta Webster at j tended the Chautauqua at Waukon on monday afternoon. Mrs. Dean Flower of Oelwein John Nie Flower and Deluth Peeper of Clay ton were Welcome guests at the James Kneeskern Home Friday. J. E. Kneeskern and family mrs. Tom Bollman miss Jessie Vanwey and Dorothy Kneeskern were Decorah visitors saturday afternoon. Albert Krogsund who is military police at Buffalo n. Y., arrived Here Friday for a visit with Home folks having secured a furlough until August 1. Sherman Bollman and family miss Rilla Letchford and Bliss Daisy Van Wey made a trip to Decorah Ossian Clermont and Postville wednesday Charley Hoth of Waukon was a caller  in town saturday. His son Clarence who has been working at will Schutta a returned Home with him. Rev. Hausherr who has been occupying the pulpit at the presbyterian Church leave today for St. Louis where he will preach for a few months. Or. And mrs Irvin Hughes Clifford and Albert Kneeskern left Friday afternoon via the Auto route for Des Moines where Irvin will Purchase re pairs for his threshing machine. The Winneshiek co. Red Cross pig club held a patriotic meeting Here Friday evening. After a band concert which was greatly enjoyed by All attorney Nelson of Decorah gave a splendid address on the War. The w. C. T. U. Ladies served ice Cream and the proceeds will be sent to the soldiers Hospital at Des Moines. Miss Elsa Malinke cume Back from Monona monday morning mrs. Emil Aulrich of Monona was a visitor in town tuesday. Miss Esther Kamps of Ossian was an Over sunday visitor with re lattes. Geo. Lindroth and family and mrs. Grossbeck Ati Tood to via Upton monday the infant son of or. And mrs. Ueno Franks died saturday morning and was buried sunday. Or. And mrs. Geo. Limroth and son Arno were sunday evening visitors at the Fred Palas Home. Rev w. Harms of Castalia preached the English Sermon in the lutheran Church sunday afternoon. Hen Overbeck and sister Amelia and or. And mrs. Lambert came Back from Des Moines saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Will Mininan and or Ami mrs. Clell Thornton returned saturday from a visit to Cedar rapids. Herman Rekow left for Pipestone minn., wednesday morning to help build a barn on the h. Overbeck farm a social gathering of the Parent teachers association will be held on the m. E. Church Lawn at Luana on thursday evening july 11. All members Are cordially invited to attend. The members of the Luana lutheran Church Are asked to attend the quarterly meeting to be held on saturday evening july 6, at six o clock. All members please attend As matters of great importance must be decided. Mrs o. A. Westenberger and son Frederick of Minneapolis and miss Adeline Westenberger of St. Ansgar visited at the Rev. Westenberger Home last week. Bliss Adeline will visit with her grandparents several weeks longer. Miss Clarico Dill Viiberg of Elkader county food demonstrator will be at the Luana consolidated school House at two p. M. On saturday july 6, to give demonstrations on wheat substitutes. Everybody is invited. Admission 10 cents. Following is the corps of teachers of Luana consolidated school for the co Tang year Fred Smith of Cambridge superintendent John Schmidt of Fayette principal Loretta Mes Tell of West Union Marie Kelleher of Elkader Alice Ary of Guttenberg Meta Fri Cliel of Dubuque and Doris Merrick of Dougherty. A needless risk Money in the clock or any hiding place is subject to loss in a dozen different ways. Money in a Bank account is Safe and gives you a Modem method of paying it out. The plan is All in favor of you. Open your account at this Strong Bank. Hill Postville state Bank Cal ital an i i la o fit $110,000 we Leui president a. L. Peterson cashier a v. Meier vice president directors Hill i w. Roberts we. Loui we. H. Weihe b. C. Fleming c. P. Meier a. L. Peterson g. San met 1 m Fri the Postville meat Market j. A. Spaugy proprietor fresh smoked and pickled meats. Sausages of All kinds. A of a game and Fisli Iii Heas ii. Ujj we pay the highest Market prices Lor heavy Hutc Loring Stock eggs in poultry and hides. Standard phone no. 40. Ͽ�n�9-i a

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