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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 15, 1926, Postville, Iowa He fuck a e v by it the shall meet at the 11,13 theatre wednes i thursday july 21 but Tab than the in in Orous quip 21 years ago a Ninn who has just returned Colorado reports a new kind of Dpi the Divide called Lemons to is in catch the prettiest the Hunch and. Quo visor. This the other a girls look sour. Mrp of a Lloyt n wcl1 a own 1 i  ,?t01 he to some years Aeo died at St. Luke s. Hospital Cedar illness v l8 la 101 " Tonjo Eek. Dewey Harris and Paul Koevenig icamae Over from a Nikon to spend a sunday Wuh Home folks in Postville Howoy is now Foreman of a construe Tion Kandy Tor the interstate Power co arge White enamel / i a a a Fiill of Procter & Gamble soap 6 Caks p. & g. White naptha 2 cakes medium Ivory 2 cakes guest Ivory 1 pkg Ivory soap flakes 1 pkg Large chips 1 White enamel pail value at Only Ormogene _ compounded especially for Worms tonic and taxi Toner. Will give satisfactory results. One $1.25 Little treats 8 average sized pigs full six weeks treat Lent at the total Cost of 16c per pig. Economical to use and easy to bottles treat forty average sized pigs at the bal Price of $6.25. Compare this with the fellow who paddles direct to you and gets $16.00 to treat the same lumber of hogs. Worm Cine is a Medicine for hogs ply. You risk Only a few cents when you use hormone. You risk the pigs when you Don t. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store Nita n herbs specialists there is Hope for you Don t give do your future is your own making when you can be Well and enjoy life to the utmost Indian roots and herbs have helped others Why not help you this Medicine is non adulterated. Supervised by a registered pharmacist Register no. 2379. Seated at Gunder _ a a a car1 .60tankage to immig. $70.00 per ton taken from the car. Gall or phone orders Asye must have orders in by july 20th. The Farmers store try our wanted column. Mutual farm insurance Dietsch. William Behrens plans to enter school at Ames this or. And mrs. R. F. Topliff were Oun Tjay visitors in Decorah. mrs. Clifford Eib were sighing at sixteen sunday. A j a a a miss Catherine Geraghty was a Home visitor in Monona Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Will Fry of Luana were in Postville on business monday. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture . Or. And mrs. H. F. Schara and family were sunday visitors in St. Olaf. Or. And mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude were Mcgregor visitors sunday. Miss eve Orr was operated for appendicitis monday at the Kelleher Hospital. Odd Fellows there will be work Friday night in the initiatory degree. Be there. We regret to report that mrs. Lena Tich rens has been quite sick the past ten Days. \. A. A or. F. W. Kiesau physician and surgeon. Office Over the pos office. Both telephones. Mrs. G. E. Wright of Decorah underwent an operation at Postville Hospital last week Dorothy Miller went to Waukon sunday to visit her grandparents or. And mrs. H. G. Miller. Or. And mrs. L. J. Masonhall and family were motor visitors sunday in the Vicinity of Ion. Mrs. Florence Baldwin of Elgin was operated for appendicitis last Friday at Postville Hospital. Or. And mrs. De f. Schroeder Ana family spent sunday at the Theo. Kjosa Home near St. Olaf. The p. E. 0.met tuesday at the Homo of mrs. Eli Baily. The b. I. L. S. Were the guests of Honor. Louis Tollefson of Postville submitted to an operation for appendicitis at. Postville Hospital last Friday. Or. And mrs. L. F. Schroeder and family spent sunday at the Thos. Monroe farm Home near Castalia. Just an even thirty tickets were sold from Postville sunday for the special excursion train to Clear Lake. 325 autos and 900 passengers were ferried Over the Mississippi Between Mcgregor and Prairie Duchien july 1th. Miss Helen Gay of Fayette was an Over sunday visitor in Postville at the Home of her Friend mrs. R. R. Doug lass. Or. And mrs. A. B. Spurny of Mcgregor were sunday visitors in Postville at the Home of or. And mrs. Bowers. Or. And mrs. G. A. Brooks motored Over to Rossville sunday and spent the Day in the Home of his brother j. H. Brooks. Or. And mrs. J. T. Humphrey and family motored to Monona sunday to see their old Home town Wallop Garnavillo 3 to 2. Now is the time to get your Binder apron repaired and ready for Harvest. We will do the work promptly and reasonably. L. F. Putnam. We Don t know whether there was 4 snowstorm anywhere monday night or not but we do know it was fearfully cold All Day tuesday. T or. And mrs. Frank Lawson and or. And mrs. Horace Gordanier of route two were among the Clear Lake excursion lists sunday. Mrs. L. H. Moody and daughter Barbara arrived in Postville last thursday night on a visit in the Home of her father r. F. Hecker. Plan now to see desert Gold Zane Grey s latest big picture at the Postville theatre july 19th and 20tii. H. E. Roberts has been up in Minnesota this week on a business Mission visiting Crookston and Minneapolis. He is. Expected Home tomorrow. Or. And mrs. Jack Stutzman and mis Myra Daubenberger motored to Farmersburg sunday and spent the Day with or. And mrs. T. Grattidge. Or. And mrs. 0. A. Kinsel and family were among those from Postville in attendance at the picnic on the schierholz farm last sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman and family and mrs. Gladys Horton and Bernice motored Over to Lansing sunday and spent the Day along the Mississippi River. Mrs. Agnes Bothel of Monona has been spending several Days with her sister Hattie who is helping out at Postville Hospital and with mrs. Amy Reincke. The West Union fair society has torn Down its old dining Hall and is replacing it with a larger and finer one which will be ready for use at their fair this year. Or. And mrs. Ralph Davis and family returned to Minneapolis by Auto last saturday after a week s vacation visit among Home folks and Many friends in Postville. A the latest word from or. And mrs. Gilbert Sanders is to the effect that they Are having a Fine time touring Yellowstone Park and expect to pull into Postville about saturday july 24th. Or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy or. And mrs. Ace Bush and or. And mrs. Geo. J. Meier and their families and mrs. Anna Sheehy were sunday picnickers in the tourist Fark at fort Atkinson. Mrs. Maggie o Connor and Ralph and or. And mrs. Holmes Are expected Here from Chicago saturday by Auto on a vacation visit to Postville relatives the Durno. Families and Many friends. Loe Luhman of now York City is Host this evening at a six o clock Chicken dinner at the commercial House. His guests arc h. S. Luhman or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman and Lloyd mrs. Jessie Sanders. Kenneth and miss Jennette Sanders miss and die Sanders or. And mrs. W. H. Burr Ling lots of plants at Cora wheelers. Mutual Tornado insurance Dietsch t. A. Jayne of Decorah was a Postville visitor tuesday. Or. And mrs. L. Of Putnam were sunday visitors in West Union. A or. And mrs. By Harrington and family were Waukon visitors sunday. Leah Walter and her Friend h. Hudson spent sunday at Clear Lake. Miss Anna Leui entertained the picnic club at her Home wednesday evening. A. L. Peterson leaves today for Lake Okoboji to see his father who is very sick. Mrs. Boies capper was in Elgin monday on a combined business and visiting trip. Or. G. E. Kelleher physician and surgeon. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store. Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy the new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. Or. And mrs. Frank Ervin were sunday motor visitors at the devils Backbone Park. Harvey Otis of Monona took dinner sunday with or. And mrs. Of. Reincke of this City. Or. And mrs. W. J. Clark and mrs. Ii. V. Steele were visitors sunday in Calmar and Decorah. Or. A. A. Sherbon physician and surgeon. Office in mrs. Geo. Redhead Home Postville Iowa. Or. And mrs. Geo. W. Hein and family visited several Days last week with relatives in Osage. Or. And mrs. John Steele of Nashua were gets monday of or. And mrs. J. W. Steele of this City. Or. And mrs. Geo. C.,Sebastian and family spent sunday picnicking at the West Union tourist Pai k. Mrs. Lawrence Oelke and son Harold of Monona spent wednesday afternoon with mrs. Amy Reincke. Or. And mrs. Paul Sonnkalb and family were visitors monday at the Home of or. And mrs. Homer Leui. Or. And mrs. Julius Heins were visitors sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. Heins South of Luana. Miss Gertrude Volkman returned to Milwaukee monday after a week s visit Here with miss Melinda . And mrs. A. S. Burdick of this City visited sunday in the Home of judge and mrs. H. E. Taylor in Waukon. A. S. Burdick and his helpers will go Over to Rossville this evening to install the officers of the Odd Fellows Lodge. Or. And mrs. Harold Eberling and or. And mrs. Elmer Meyer were motor visitors at Forest Mills and vol Ney sunday. Day a. A. Schmidt has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken Caye of promptly. Bob Steele of Waukon was in to in tuesday trying to prepare us for the world to Como by Selling us a fire extinguisher or. And mrs. Win j. Klingbeil and family motored to Albany last sunday not the one in new York but its Fayette county namesake. Or and mrs. Conrad Thoma and family left monday for their Home in Minneapolis and Carter Thoma left the same Day for Mason City. Miss Elizabeth Bruene an instructor in the University of California arrived in Post file monday on a visit to her sister mrs. L. F. Putnam. Carmen Schweikert Ora Dahms Amanda Block Orin Dahms Lloyd Block and Gilbert Schroeder took in the excursion to Clear Lake sunday. Or. And mrs. Weisbeck and daughter Mildred came up from Dubuque saturday on visit to mrs. Weis Beck s Mother mrs. Emma Stockman. Esther Johnson of Omaha Nebraska Adeline Thompson of Oelwein and Adeline Smith Are guests this week at the Home of or. A a mrs. Geo. W. Fay. J. T. Melvold motored up to Cresco sunday and returned that evening with mrs. Melvold and baby who had been visiting relatives there since the fourth. Miss Ella Renzman and miss Sophie Linderbaum of this City Are patients at the University Hospital Iowa City where the latter submitted to an operation. Specials for Friday and saturday july. 16th and 17th. Tissue Gingham regular 60c and 65c, per Yard Only 49c. Voiles regular 40c, per Yard Only 25c. Luhman & Sanders. Mrs. Gladys Horton and daughter Bernice of Minneapolis came last week for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman of this City. is a sister of mrs. Lull or. And mrs. Johnc. Hecker or. And mrs. R. M Hecker or. And mrs Joe Hecker r. F. Hecker and miss Bessie Brooks visited the devils Back Bone Park near Manchester sunday. Herman Webb and . Webster returned sunday night from the Vir Finity of Sioux Falls a Dakota where they had been since last thursday looking after the interest of the w. S. Webster farms. Or and mrs. J. Thoma or. And mrs. Lloyd Palmer or. And mrs. Jack Casten mrs. Louise Mayer and baby and miss Hattie Thoma were sunday visitors in the Francis Burn Ham Home at Farmersburg. Miss Delores Thoma and miss Ruth Groth hiked to Postville from Cedar Falls last saturday arriving Here about ten p. M., and spent sunday with Home folks Harold Groth took them Back sunday by Auto. Lee Luhman of new York City arrived in Postville tuesday morning on a visit to his parents or. And mrs. A is. Luhman other relatives and Many friends. Lee is looking Fine and has a Good position with the new York Central railway which at present is electrifying its lines within the City. Here is another Postville boy who has made Good. Mutual Auto Dietsch. F. K. White of Clermont was a caller yesterday. A new line of Felt hats Large and Small. The Neilly millinery. Mrs. R. Hecker will entertain the croquet club at her Home today. The Road men Are Busy spreading gravel on no. 51 North from Postville regular meeting of Postville chapter. 0. E. S. Next monday evening. The cozy club was entertained this afternoon at the Home of mrs. Bert e. Tuttle. Dance every thursday Green Valley Pavilion Waukon. Best music always.-25tfc. Miss May Wintrick was operated for appendicitis recently at the Kelleher Hospital. Miss Bernice Phillips is. Expected Home today from her vacation visit in Wisconsin. Mayor a. J. Hanks is enjoying a visit from his brother g. A Hanks of Waterloo. Harvey Cornell of Minneapolis was visiting Postville relatives and friends last saturday. A a 1 mrs. Fred Schrum of Rockford Illinois is visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. A. A. Schmidt. Miss Bessie Allen was in Minneapolis Over the week end attending a National science convention. Or. And mrs. A. A. Knight were guests sunday evening at the Home of or. And mrs. Julius Heins. Or. Swella optometrist will be at our store in Postville on tuesday of each week. The Hanks jewelry co. The members of the picnic club Are enjoying a picnic dinner and social afternoon at the Eli Baily Home today. A a mrs. We. Shepherd returned Home from Postville Hospital last saturday feeling considerably improved in health. Or and mrs. Keith Gray and family went to Iowa City tuesday morning in. The interest of their son s health. For Quality Kodak pictures with High gloss finish and Art line Border take your films to the Douglass pharmacy. A a regular meeting on thursday evening july 22. Let s have a Good attendance As there is important business. Or. And mrs. H. Moritz or. And mrs. We. Moritz and daughter of Monona were sunday guests of or. And mrs. F. Reincke. Pres. L. A. S. Meets at the Home of mrs. Peter service on Friday afternoon at three o clock. Members Are urged to come. Friends invited. Mrs. Henry Brandt mrs. Arthur Stickford and miss Ruth Stickford of Garnavillo were visitors at the mrs. B. F. Schroeder Home wednesday. Mrs. Margaret Taylor of Oskaloosa came monday for her annual visit with her sister mrs. Evan Ewenson. She will be Here for several weeks. Why suffer those actives and pains v come to Postville take treatments and be cured 0. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa. Miss Pearl Middlebrook of Rice Ville a former teacher in the Postville schools came monday to visit in the Home of or. And mrs. L. For Putnam. Mrs. Ethel Marsh of Chicago arrived in Postville last week on a visit to her Mother mrs. James Mcewen and Many friends in the old Home town. Or. And mrs. Geo. Dibble of Clermont the former ninety years of age took the train Here tuesday for olym Pia and Seattle Washington on a visit to their two sons. Via Grapevine route we learn that miss Edna b. Stolt and mrs. Neva Saundry Thompson former Well liked Postville school teachers Are vacationing up at Vancouver b. The boys who broke into my House last saturday afternoon were seen and known and if they want to keep out of trouble had better stay away from there after this. De Gordon. Or. And mrs. Jack Sawvelle Richard Williams Kenneth Sanders miss Leila Schmidt and miss Jeannette Sanders went to Lansing saturday night t6 enjoy a few Days Outing on a Houseboat. The marriage of or. Charlie Ewing. Of Postville to miss Florence Roffman of Monona took place in Decorah saturday afternoon the ceremony being performed by Justice in. F. Barthell. Prof. Geo. Marsh of Chicago who had been visiting his people in Marshalltown arrived in Postville monday by Auto to join his wife in a visit at the Home of her Mother mrs. James Mcewen. Mrs. Stephana rounds an old and highly respected resident of Clermont passed away at her Home in that City about 3 30 this morning her death following a paralytic stroke suffered on monday. Or. And mrs. H. H. Douglass mrs. R. N. Douglass had an enjoyable motor trip sunday. Mrs. H. H. Went to Fredericksburg to visit her Home folks and Harvey and his Mother went on to Mason City to visit mrs. T. B. Was ton. Don t miss Peter b. Kyne s masterpiece never the Twain shall meet at the Postville theatre wednesday and thursday july 21 and 22. Better than the enchanted _ just a bit the finest eight Pound baby boy Ever was born to or. And mrs. Adolph Koev Eizig of this City on last saturday evening the event conferring parental honors upon them occurring at the Home of her Mother mrs. L. B. Mattoon in Elgin. This event also entitles., or. And mrs. J. A. Koevenig of this City to put on the grand parental Crown which they Are wearing with much Joy and becoming dignity. We extend Hearty congratulations. New Vidor records once a week every Wec Friday the Palm of Sawvelle Postville Low Don t miss this great dramatic and musical treat Eastern Star Benefit at Turner Hall Postville f. A tuesday & wednesday evenings july 20 and 21 the travellers by Booth Tarkington Topsy s army a musical interlude "cabbages1 by Edward Staadt reserved seats 50 and 35 gents on Sale at Thoma s drug store beginning Friday july 16th curtain promptly at 8 30 Postville theatre Friday and saturday july 16th and 17th Hoot Gibson in the Calgary Stampede a Brand new Star in a Brand new Type of Western Story. Actual scenes of the big rot dings at Calgary Canada. Also a two reel comedy Call a monday & tuesday july 19 & 20 Zane prey s latest big hit desert Gold with Jack Holt and Florence Vidor. The most gripping and thrilling of All Zane Grey stories has been made at last into a wonderful photo play. Don t miss this big picture. It s Worth going Miles to see. Admission 35c and 15c. Wednesday and thursday july 21 and 22 Anita Stewart in never the Twain shall meet the Story ran serially in the cosmopolitan Magazine and had a terrific Sale in Book form. Peter b. Kyne who wrote the enchanted Hill wrote this one. Never the Twain shall meet is a wonderful South sea Island picture. Its suspense its pathos its mystery and its thrills positively grip you. Cedar rapids went wild about it. Don t miss such a Good show. Or economical transp off Tion no other Low priced car so completely answers the Public demand for Modem design modern appearance and modern handling ease. 3-Speed transmission valve Hill Ead motor Semi reversible steering gear Semi Elliptic Springs closed bodies these Are some of the up to Date features that make Chevrolet the greatest Dollar for Dollar value Ever offered in a Low priced car. Come in get a demonstration so smooth so powerful . 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