Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
14 Jun 1918

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14 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 undivided profits Over $19,000 we want you to become acquainted with the fact that we have one of the Best Banks in the county. We want your business and Are in a position to give you prompt and courteous service. Let us serve you. We pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. A officers h. S. Luhman president Carl hotter vice president l. O. Beucher cashier c. E. Waters asst cashier Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. Luhman John Waters we. Harris Carl Holter f. L. Williams c. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe the Postville meat Market j. A. Spaugy proprietor fresh smoked and pickled meats. Sausages of All kinds. Game and fish in season. We pay the highest Market prices for heavy butchering Stock eggs poultry and hides. Standard phone no 40. Koevenig s kafe i we carry in Stock a Complete line of fresh groceries and fruit baked goods candies tobacco and cigars and solicit a share of your patronage. Our ice Cream sodas sundaes and soft drinks Are \ pleasing All. Short order lunches at All hours. Ujj protect your property  insure with the oldest company in Iowa ii Iowa state insurance co., Mutual \ premiums saved policy holders $1,013,376.72 i insurance written 1916 $49,309,739.78 11 w. S. Webster & son Postville la. Nearby correspondence Luana or. And mrs. Will Lundroth went to Monona monday. Ii. Ross and family of Garnavillo were sunday visitors at Lewis Oldag s. The misses Amelia Over Eck and Mildred Engelhardt went to Postville thursday. Mrs. Den Kramber and Elizabeth Kemps were Between train visitors in Postville wednesday. Mrs. O. M. Lambert and daughter Louise left wednesday morning Lor Riceville to visit relatives. Mrs. Harry Olson returned to her Home in Mcgregor tuesday after a few Days visit at the Lewis Clark Home. Rev harms and Amily of Castalia Rev. L. Westenborger and family and Don Gundacker of la Skoye visited at the weat Uberger Home Westenborger who has been attending Northwestern University. Chicago and John Westenberger arrived saturday morning to spend the summer vacation with their parents. Last wednesday evening the infant Sou of or. Und mrs. Ren Overbeck was christened by Rev. Westenberger receiving the name Frederick Schultz Overbeek. A Small Circle of relatives and friends Scro present. Small accounts we invite Small accounts not because they Are Small but because we know they will grow. We have Confidence in your Success. Do not delay opening your account Here your business needs and is entitled to the same advantages Given a larger business. Tun Hill Postville state Bank capital surplus and profit �110, we. Leu president a. L. Peterson a Sobier 0. F. Meier vice president -direct0r8 f. W. Roberta we. Loui we. H. Weihe b. C. Fleming c. a. L. Peterson q. Staadt h. E. Roberts farm eks Bung. Mrs. W. C. Schmidt visited at Elka Der several Days last week Henry Insch and family of Calina were guests of Herman fall s sunday. Mrs. Chas. Dettmar of Gavna Ottlo visited at the Chas. Hinsch Home last wednesday. Mrs. Eurl Walters underwent another operation at the Prairie in a lieu Hospital monday. Or. And mrs. Husch visited their daughter mrs. Arthur Mohrma thu at Garnavillo Friday. Mrs. Nels Arnerson and daughter of North Dakota arc visiting at the Homo of Henry Oelke or. Miss Genevieve chuch arrived from Iowa City saturday to visit with Home folks during vacation. The misses Senta Vul Graff Leona Quaade and Mabel utahn visited saturday at the Hahn Home in Monona. John Evrall wife and daughters Mattie and Bess visited their Sou and brother or. Bruce Ever Ali and family at Monona sunday. Herman Klingenberg and wife and daughter Tillie and mrs. John Mueller drove to Ionia sunday for a few Days i visit with relatives. Mrs. C. W. Otellio and daughter her Nice and lore i Oelke and wife were Over sunday visitors in Waterloo with the Chas. Barton family. Rev Loraun and wife mrs. We. Lenth and daughter Alma and mrs. Arthur Hinsch and daughter june were Dubuque visitors saturday. Castalia. The service Flag will be dedicated sunday afternoon. Miss Cleora Mcmartin returned tuesday from Waterloo. Mrs. C. C. Thornton and Helen went to Clermont tuesday. Miss Mary Uhley came Down from Deborah to spend vacation. Mayor Tatro went to Waterloo on thursday for a Short visit. Mrs. Fred Bareiss will entertain the embroidery club this afternoon. Or. And mrs. John Kluss visited at Ionia the latter part of the week a a Dennis Scully came up from Strawberry Point Tho latter part of the week. Private Earl Haefner came Down from St. Paul saturday night for n Short visit. Or. And mrs. Thos. Barnes of oel Wein have been visiting her Mother mrs. Millie Riggs. Mrs. Sarah Sphar is enjoying n visit from her daughter. Mrs. Willard boil Man and children. Mrs. Harlie steel and children of Al Gin were Over sunday visitors at Tho Geo. Bern hard Home. Or. And mrs. Chas. Albright and sons went to Waucoma sunday to see mrs. J. A. Kobriger who is seriously ill. Pierce Cushman of Elma and miss Nell Mcuen Swaigler of Castalia were United in marriage at Elma june 0th. Upon their return from Minneapolis they will be at Home in Elm where the Groom is employed in one of the Banks. Floor a Tau Pines the spirit of the Forest of Fer Tho wonders of the open country Ruffi Isi to your door. With Alt the quaint n4iflrom Nyrl Sius of her people she enter Tel rents in a Way that will he remembered t i Baum Many a Day. If or my Mamma in. A Vav and 1 j Auto " Are Ftp apr

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