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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1926, Postville, Iowa Page pour the Postville Herald of Stville. Iowa in our vaults lies safety laying around the House is no place for your valuables that is if you treasure them in the least. The loss in one robbery will Cost you More than to rent a Safe Deposit Box in our vault for Many years. Make it a Point to Stop Here and find out about this important safety measure at once. Postville Herald f. W. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuulio local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display.------_._30 cents per Inch . Minim Kamin and Sou Henry sowed the a Opportunity of the univ a Luke excursion sunday to spend the do a with their son and brother Louis a min and family near Budd. Or. And . Fred Soeland or. Ami j we Wisconsin Frankville. Or. Ami or. Tom Bollman made a trip to no corny thursday. Ohm lev Webster made n trip log saturday. Let Schaim Tebei motored to a Nimes bursar sunday to be present at the birthday Celebration of jars. John opt. Mrs. Harding of Monona and local Kead ivs legals 10c per line a f Bennetts of Prairie do Chion Yount cents per line w a her. And . Will hauls an. T an with order i nil mail. Nah no 11. a n.,i.i\,.,i Gash with order on All mail orders Church school or society notice of entertainment where an admission is charged or cards of thanks and resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising aav��isin�.rn��iiii7�t7vo the american press association 1 entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail mat Ter. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital 100,000 surplus $13,000 thursday july 15,. 1926 Luana. Pound of Thistle Leaf Coffee free the famous Thistle Leaf Coffee is 50c per lb., with 10 coupons you get a full Pound absolutely free. Jack Sprat Good eats of almost every kind in cans and packages. Palate pleases at pleasing prices potato chips Cherry season is now on cucumbers and cantaloupes fresh strawberries daily Ful o Pep Chick feeds Johnston s crackers and cookies Campbell s soups several flavors of ice Cream Thoma Bros. We deliver restaurant both phones a coolie during the warm weather always keep a Supply of Lemons in your refrigerator. Then when you want Cooling drink you have necessary ingredients. A . J. A. Koevenig so son old time fiddlers contest & dance at the opera House Luana saturday Nite july 17th violin accordion & orchestra jigging contest 1st, 2nd and 3rd prizes to be Given in each class violin and orchestra1st, $5.00 2nd, $3.00 3rd, $2.00 orchestra 1st, $10.00 2nd, $7.50 a big Joy test everybody invited tickets 35c each children under 12 years free Donald Overbeck is helping Geo. Ziegler with haying. Grandma Schultz spent thursday with Postville friends. Miss Frances Overbeck is assisting . Don a inborn with the House work. Miss Inez Meier of Castalia visited her Friend miss de Etta Rekow the past week. Or. And . Herman Knuth were guests sunday of or. And . Al Vin Knuth. Mrs. Young of York Nebraska came tuesday to visit her aunt Fred Palas. Or. And . Ruel Madison and family visited at the Fred splies Home tuesday evening. Miss Pearl land and Inez Meier were monday guests of their Friend miss de Etta Rekow. The Luther league were entertained at the Home of Gerald Engelhard t sunday evening. Ralph Munz of Dubuque came last week to spend his vacation with his Uncle Phil Frye . Or. And . Monroe land Joe and Lena spent the fourth with the Geo. Leet family at Waukon. Harlan Wilke of Dubuque is spending the summer assisting Henry Wolter with his farm work. Mrs. Harry Olson of Mcgregor spent the past week with her parents or. And . Lewis Clark. Or. And . Phil Frye and Mother and Ralph Munz spent sunday with the Edburt family at Clermont. Henry Schultz and daughter Jean Ette were supper guests sunday of the Ruel Madison family at Monona. Or. And . Alvin Knuth and son Eldon and or. And . Henry Brunken spent monday at Decorah. Or. And . John Lambert of Plaza Dakota have been visiting his brother g. M. Lansbert and family . Paul Kumpf father and Bro brother . Kumpf and family re ther of Readlyn visited their son and gently. Or. And . Henry Brunken of Detroit Michigan spent the past week with their friends Alvin Knuth and family. Miss Marion reidel of Monona spent a few Days the past week with her friends Margaret and Marjorie Ziegler. Mrs. Louise Meier who is Here helping care for her brother Fred splies spent the week end in her Home at Postville. Grandpa Gossman of Elkader or and . Alvin Brietspreche and daughter Avis Jean spent sunday at Clear Lake. Or. And . Geo. Lindroth and . W. C. Grosbeck spent a few Days at Mason City with relative the past week. Or. And . Henry Lundt of Wykoff Minnesota were guests sunday of or. And . Emil Krause and daughter Ivanell. Or. And . Don lamborn and children spent sunday with her parents or. And . Harvey Cark North of Postville. Or. And . Henry Krambeer or. And . Robt. Collins and children were among Farmersburg relative sunday afternoon. Or. And . Schar Veber and children of Prochester Minnesota have been visiting her parents or. And . Fred Seeland. Or. And . Arthur h. Berg and nephews Frederick and Keith Overbeck transacted business at Waukon thursday afternoon. Mrs. Minna Jahnke was a visitor in the Home of her daughter . Harley Gossman at Garnavillo from wednesday until sunday. " or. And . De Bouder and son Bakeman and . Mary Benson of Elgin were sunday afternoon callers of . H. J. Schultz. Grandma Krambeer . Hecken Dorf and son August and . August visited . Jones and . Reincke at Monona monday. Chas. Doerring purchased a Chevrolet Sedan and Eldo Derieke and Lorenz Doerring each purchased a Chevrolet coach the past week. Mrs. Alma Foote and sons Spencer and Merril and daughters Salome and Hollis of Iowa City were callers at the Fred splies Home . And . Fred Walter and son Gaylord of Riceville and Joe Lambert of Dubuque came sunday for a visit with the g. M. Lambert family. Or. And . Fred Kamps son Henry and . Cyril Kruse and baby of Dubuque were up to attend tha funeral of their Friend Hulda Jahnke. Saturday july 10, being the birthday anniversary of . Harry Hin Man invitations were issued for a dancing party at their Home that i evening. Or. And . Ben f. Overbeck and four children or. And . Arthur h. Bygy Henry Marling and son Harvey a toed to Oak Dale Park Leroy Minnesota sunday for a picnic i dinner with relatives from Manly Griswold Rochester Eyota and Al d Marguerite of Rockford Minnesota were dinner guests of . Mary Henderson tuesday.  . Frank o Brien of Mcgregor came wednesday for a Days visit with grandpa and grandma Krambeer. Their Mother . August Doerring Raymond and Evelyn returned Home with her thursday. Or. And . John Westenberger of Chicago and miss lies Cheti Westen Berger of Sheffield in route to Chicago stopped to shake hands with friends saturday and were dinner guests of or. And . Geo. Lindroth. Or. And . Fred Kruse jr., Ami children or. And . Will Blitz and children of Watson or. And airs. Viol Thompson or. Mid . Geo. Bru Hahn and children or. And . Vein Koth and children of Monona Arno and Harold Kruse were sunday guests of or. And . Herbert Deal and family. Castalia. Diederick Peck was an Ossian caller Friday. H. H. Meyer was a Postville caller tuesday. Dorothy Winn was a Postville caller tuesday. Mrs. Rate Lang was shopping at Ossian Friday. Mrs. Harvey Miller of Luana called on friends Here Friday afternoon. Mrs. Dettmer of Waukon spent the past week with her sister . Hen King. Mrs. Donald Peckham entertained the c. W. W. Club at her Home Friday afternoon. Miss Mary o boy left wednesday for Chicago to visit her sister . Joe Duffina. Or. And . Will Guntz and family of Luana were sunday visitors at the will bait Home. Or. And . Fred Westphal visited at the Charles Gnupp Home in Ossian sunday afternoon. Or. And . George Schultz and or. And . Will Timmerman were at Ridgeway wednesday. Or. And . Louie Harnack and son of Postville were sunday visitors at the f. L. Schweinefus Home. Mrs. H. L. Meyer . A. J. Tim Merman and miss Johanna Nesvik were Postville callers monday. Will Meyer of Rockwell came saturday for a few Days visit with his brother Helmuth Meyer and family. Or. And . Arthur Lang an l family of Elgin Illinois visited relatives Here the fore part of the week. Or. And . Chris Thornton of Farmington Minnesota have been visiting relatives Here the past week. Willie Fred and Emil Fischer and their sister . Frank Schweinefus were Decorah business callers thursday. Lester Meyer of Wadena has been a guest in the Home of his parents or. And . H. L. Meyer the past Veek. Or. And . Carlaus Meyer and daughter Marian were sunday visitors at the Carl Londt Home near Farmersburg. Mrs. Lester Neverman and . H. H. Dahms attended the funeral of miss Hulda Jahnke held at Postville wednesday afternoon. The lutheran ladies will give an ice Cream social at the Church Lawn next. Saturday evening july 17th. All Are cordially invited to attend. Or. And . Archie Ostlie and family of Clermont visited at the Home of . Ostlie s parents or. And . John Brandt tuesday evening. Or. And . Louis Schrooder and family . Lena Behrens of Postville and miss Lena Behrens of gut Tenberg visited . Henking monday evening. Or. And . Ward Bachelder and family or. And . Rass Winn and Dorothy . Chas. Win. Or. And . Earl Anderson and will Blox Ham enjoyed a fishing picnic at Clermont sunday. Lester Mever of Wadena or. And . H. L. Meyer and Valder or. And . W. J. Timmerman . Donald Peckham and children and miss Johanna Nesvik were sunday visitors at the Fred Meisner Home at Elkader. Mrs. E. Rogers and daughter miss Gertie Rogers of Mitchell South Dakota were thursday visitors and Over night guest at the Helmuth Meyer Home. They continued on their trip to Fennimore Wisconsin Friday morning. Or. And . Fred Fischer and family and or. And . Willie Fischer and son returned to their Home at Milwaukee Wisconsin saturday morning after a week s visit Here with their sister . Frank Schweinefus and other relatives. Hue River Wisconsin saturday. Or. And . Walter Van Wey visited at Bethel sunday afternoon. The m. H. Club will moot with . Rachel Birdsell Friday afternoon. Mss Jessie Miklo returned Home Friday from Hor visit at Decorah. F. T Lullman and family wore Waukon visitors tuesday evening. Miss Ihmi Everett of Strawberry Point is visiting at Glen Letchford is. Or. And . Walter Van Wey were Postville callers wednesday evening. Charley Webster s vent to Leo bar Holun s near Ossian to do some painting. Charley Hemle shot id family of xon iness were visitors in town sunday. Living and Lynn Crawford and families were visitors saturday  veiling. Roy Kneeskern and Dorothy and it Flower were Decorah visitors tuesday. Or. And . Gene Kenyon of de Corah Are visiting at the Gene Bird sell Home. Or. And . Tom Ballman and Jas. Knees Kim were Postville visitors tuesday. Mrs. Caroline leu a full entertained the club at her Home tuesday afternoon. Or. And . Charley Shattuck of Decorah were visitors at Henry k. Added is unprofitable m put your Money where it work for you where it will Terest and where it will be Safe for 1 you until you want it. Start a savings account Oclay the Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa 1 to ilm most of Tho hard tedious work of Canning is a Onger necessary if you have the latest utensils and labor saving Dev Iees a number of Tho neighbors of mr.?, j Harriette Hford slathered at her \ Home Friday afternoon and helped her j celebrate her birthday. Glen Letchford Autney to Straw Berry Point wednesday after . and , who have been there visit nor rebtive.-. J . Jim Drew left for her Home at mime Aioli monday after an extended visit Heie with Hor parents or. Ami . Sherman Bollentin. I the m. H. Club met with . Let. Tidden Friday after noun and As. This year we have an unusually Fine Asso. Of Canning supplies. Special care was taken to select., Only the Best equipment the kind we know give perfect satisfaction. Canned fruits and vegetables will taste mighty Good next Winter. Better come in and get your sop ply this week. Aluminium warts fruit presses measuring cups enamelware Ena Mehai a Scales stainless paring knives red Star Florence and perfection Oil stoves Louis Heating hard rare plumb in Postville Iowa to Siste ,. Ern Jon and As lunch guru he birthday to with was served and a Verv Able time was had. Enjoy Pruyn pc a a t Bulman Sherman Roma Pat Den and miss sirah be a afternoon. Mis Suntay or. And . Fred Fischer and children or. And . Nellie Fischer and son of Milwaukee and Esther and Mai tin Fischer visited their sister was Fry a Mcollum living South of , i1 p0, a Hatch him to m1ji Hen this in with year . Mcco Lemr the _. Has hatched Over 1.000 Chicks ail i with Nens. On May 22 she sold Fries i that averaged Twa and one half pounds each. She has also soldm0 baby i Chicks. Mrs. Mccollum raises hut one a i a or Breed the Rhode Island i . We. Schavo and family at Nora i a reporter. J s and brother Emil Fischer and .,., ,. _ of pm la at Cartersville monday and _ of a a was up before judge tuesday or. And . Emil Fischer a. " i it court on a charge and son Merlin returned with them Cdr "8 a car while Toxi catch. He tuesday eve visiting at the a by a and a fined ?1000. I Frank Schweinefus Home till Satur he was com Day. In renewing her subscription to the Herald . Hall Ellis of r. 2, Box 58, Santa Cruz calif., says please find Check for $2.00 for another veal fitted to mail ,., luvs 1on the hoj cac a Yvo Lille driving afternoon smashed and sat Day ins consides 0 two do ing considerable d in a up try badly. n1d. A Cresco times. Up himself. A or want i to tire Wam enjoyable gathering subscription to Herald. I do not want f re Ulm and f,.iuwu at u e quo . Redhead to get ahead of me Togo ,0usc k last sunjing Hun. A a California Over Tho week end. A Nome in Santa Cruz Fine picnic dinner and supper w and am positive i had More Oear tul an enjoyable social season in Bette. Flowers As they grow acres of Lillie. Maine to a Day a f Gladiolas arcs is Etc. Nere. Happiness to those privileged to be in or and . Theo. Willie and or. J attendance. Thobe present a a a cd or John Wilke and a water \ Jam no " our Little Corner no. 6 thursday july 15, 1926 vol. C like most peo Ith eco t a / sail �."toathokeug-t-,Wuh he of and ." John Wilke i do St a were Here from Oskaloosa Over Sun or Ami m in and Vav 11 t a Day night on a vacation trip by Auto i or no l ivs it l. Hill a iu1 Theodore was a Postville resident or of a s a,1 e Belroi m or years ago but is now a Era Eric a i Victor Williamo a and i a., _. Unworn Rochester Eyota and Iiil-1 Theodore was a Postville resident i or is Arbe Bethron m san they re read by to the Herald want ads a Ami a to 130 re or pie. up in a Ach Roll or bundle of mule hide you will find countless years of satisfying service. Service which makes Early replacement practically unkown. That we believe is the highest kind of super i o r i t y. We could sell roofing of lesser Quality and perhaps at a slightly lower first Cost if we chose. But if we should do that we would sink to the level of the Ordinary and let slide the first consideration your satisfaction. We read this in a Trade paper by prompt action the fire company finally succeeded in saving the Cement sidewalk in front of the Josh Billing s once remarked there s a lot said about the weather but nothing is Ever done about we heard of a fellow who Drew up a note for $200, and then wrote across the face of it if this not is not paid when due it becomes null Rand Postville lumber company h. N. Hank mfr. Both phones right Over to a Bank and have put that clause a a ours. I. Three a a a a cumulation of Tho machine a a you be cd it eventually Why not l pm now and top waste for a a about or som thin Why follow we til you got

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