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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 16, 1921, Postville, Iowa
Page four the rostvili13 Heral Rostvit Alry Iowa. Thursday tone 36, 1921 citizen state Bank Postville Iowa capital surplus $10,000 boys and girls Start a Bank account with your vacation earnings and prepare for the Long vacation you will be compelled to take in later years we pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits for 6 or 12 months officers h. S. Luhman president f. L. Williams. Vice president l. O. Reucher. Cashier Geo. A. Fay assistant cashier directors h. H. Douglass h. S. John Waters we. Harris Genix Kohlmann f l. Williams. C. W. Meier l. 0. Is usher John c. Weihe morning noon and night we lighten the labor of the House wife it is a big responsibility to provide two or three meals a Day that will tempt the appetite of the family. We share that responsibility with you and stand ready to offer you appetizing suggestions at any and All times. How Well we Are succeeding the steady growth of this business reveals. Geo. J. Meier & co. Groceries �umuulnjuwui3muwuwuuljuwuuqcil3l3ljuljljciiraquauuoi bring us your poultry and eggs no. One eggs top Price per dozen dirtiest checks Small and stale less open wednesday and saturday evenings. A Josl company a Mavrer Postville Herald we. J. Kolni Abtil publisher i riot. Of or year nil subscriptions strictly la Advance. Advertising rate Paiit Lent on april Lealou. Foreign adv Rte Tiit representative i to in american press association i Kii Pitisi at the isl office at Post Vito Luna. As Sweeti Iii class mall matter. Thursday june 16, 1921 nearby correspondence . Mrs. Meier of Castalia was a run Wilny guest of or Houise Lambert. Arno and Don Natl Oelke and families spent several Days the past week in Dubuque. Mrs. William Smith and daughter addle visited at the m. E. Smith Home sunday. The boys from sixteen played our boys Here sunday. Score 5 to is in favor of Luana. Misses Cecil Cleitte and Deritta Kef cow left Friday to attend Rummer school at Waverly. Mrs. It. J. Stoehr accompanied mrs. Harvey Stoehr to her Home on Dubuque thursday. Frank Lindroth Lias charge of Lii garage while o. F. is visiting in Minnesota. Lester and Viola in Man and i heir tonsils removed tuesday. I r. A Brownson doing the work. Simeon Mcgoon of Tiro a 111., is Here visiting his Niece. Mrs Chas. Ilu Ssell. And other rent tvs. Relatives and neighbors assisted p. Ii. Overbeck in celebrating his birthday anniversary june 9th. Doerring. Who has been a student at Waverly. Returned Mon Dav for the summer vacation. The Harry Russell and Arthur Davis families of Waterville were Stin Dav guests of or. And mrs. Chu. Russell. Or. And mrs. A. .1. Spiles and loops mrs. .1. Powers and Helen Truman Pic nicked at Mcgregor on sunday. Mrs. H. To. Sci ult of Postville visited her daughter. Mrs. B. F. Verbeck and family saturday and sunday. The Ila Rev Russell and Frank Mallcke families of Waterville were sunday guests of or. And mrs. R. J. Brown. Kismet miss Dorothy Davis spent the past week with her grandparents or. And mrs. C. L. Cayton and or. And mrs. Chas. Russell. Or. Nichols and son Algie of Olard Enro Ute Home from Fredericks Burg sunday made a Short visit at the 0. Nichols Home. Mrs. J. Ii. Powers of Duluth. Nesotas came tuesday to visit her aunt. Mrs. W. J. Spiles Aud Groa. Aunt mrs. C. Mcgloi Ingle. Mrs. Mary Henderson left Satur Dav to visit her sister mrs. Mowrey at Lynxville. Wis., and mrs. J. C. Bennetts at Prairie do Chen. Mrs. Louisa and mrs. Amelia Meier and or. And mrs. Cd Poesch and children of Postville visited at the f. Spiles Home sunday evening. The Henry merger family the we. Hubacher family and or. And mrs. John Lenth or. Of Monona were sunday guests at the Home of or. And mrs. John Gruel. Miss Alma Landt and Felix Oldag were delegates to the Luther convention at Greene. They left by Auto Friday accompanied by misses Amy Oldag Hattie Landt and Beatrice Palas and Rudle Aundt. $20s was taken in saturday evening at the lutheran Bashaar and supper. The ladles take this Opportunity to express their sincere thanks to All non members of the Aid who helped in any Way to make the affair a Success. The comedy at the movie this week is said to he a scream. Doug Mclean and Doris May a pair of newly weds enter High society and on the advice of their hostess proceed to find their Kindred soul in order to be fashionable and the ensuing mix ups is where the Rome la comes in. Frankville. Geo Lundt was an Oast to visitor wednesday. Charley Barrett was at Ossian nov enl Days last week. Arthur Brandt and family were Postville visitors saturday. Ferdinand Viliner and wife were Waukon visitors wednesday. Or. And mrs. Sherman Bollman were Postville visitors monday. Miss Ruby Nash of Kenton is a guest at the gone Ltd resell Home. Sherman built non arid family Woro Postville visitors monday evening. Carl Van Woy and Roy Peck each purchased a second hand Ford last week. Miss Lydin Paddon left sunday for Mabel minn., for a visit with friends. Miss Bernice Brouillet of Dero Tah was a Home visitor saturday and sunday. C. H. Waters arrived Home on monday evening from his trip to Waterloo. Irving Van Wey is staying with his sister mrs. Charley lenders Lett. At Ravena. Johnnie Meier is making preparations for building n House and barn on his farm. Or. And mrs. F. W. Kiesa of Postville were callers in town sunday afternoon. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kneeskern entertained a number of friends at dinner sunday.1 we Are glad to report Morven Barrett improving so that to is Able to be out again. Irvin Hughes and wire and Tom French and family were Waukon visitors tuesday. Leslie White of Mabel. Minn., was guest at the Ray Waters Homo Friday and saturday. Clarence Bray of Ludlow visited his Grandfather. James Belkle. Saturday and sunday. Willard living and and family of Hethel were entertained at the Hans Stefen Home sunday. Geo. Moore and Fanti la of Clermont visited with mrs Mary Shoonmaker sunday. Geo. Hughes of Syracuse. N. A. Arrived Here wednesday for a visit with his brother Irvin. Or. And mrs. Ferdinand Helmer a toed to Giard saturday and spent the Day with friends. Or. And mrs. Melvln Ewing and baby of Decorah visited at the Henry Hager Home sunday. Tom Folsom and John Hammel of Postville were visitors at the Earl Hammel Home tuesday. Messes. And mesdames Otlo linger and Geo. Lundt were Postville visitors tuesday morning. John Soltker Geo. Sherman Walter Pilgrim. Charley Lar Nullet. J. 10. And Roy Kneeskern were la slug a the Power dam saturday afternoon. Olto Hager and wife or. Mid mr8.,.oeo. Lundt and Walter or Nam and family attended the Uncle tonics Cabin show at Ossian saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Tom oilman mrs. Jus. Kneeskern or. And Dorothy Kneeskern left via Auto monday for a visit with relatives at of Lweln and Waterloo. It Castalia. From Oska i Llull Kismet the finish on floor furniture Woodwork and Bric a Brac gradually wears Ofil the Home is then unattractive. The use of Devoe m1rrolac will Correct this condition. Stan today. photo play f 1 theatre co. J program Castalia june 18 Vej Luana june 19 = let s be fashionable by Mclean & May Castalia june 25 s Luana june 26 = Bryant Washburn in what happened to Jones Kismet Ikui col. Geo. Waters auctioneer this is an age of specialists. I am devoting my time and Energy to the business of conducting Public sales As Oun As a Bute is booked with to it is my business from that time until Day of Sale to promote the interest of the seller. A inquiries about dates Terras etc., cheerfully answered. Both phones. Mrs. C. H. Waters returned Home saturday after a week s visit with relatives at Waterloo. Mis. Archie Jones and children of Castalia visited at the mrs. Elma Crabtree Home thursday. August Baltz of Castalia did some sign painting at the Geo. Lundt store one Day last week. Rev. Peck and family and mrs. Frank Bulman. Caryl aim Donald visited at Waukon tuesday. Hans Stegen painted his House last week which greatly improves the appearance of his place. Tom French and family returned to their Home at Ravena wednesday after a visit at Irvin Hughes. Sherman Bollman delivered a truck Load of hogs for Henry her Manson at Postville wednesday. Rossville played Ball Here stinda., with the local team and the game resulted in a Victory for Frankville j. E. Kneeskern and family and or. And mrs. Tom Bollman enjoyed a picnic at the Power dam tuesday Albert Deppong and family enjoyed a visit from his brother Rev. August Deppong of Wisconsin tuesday. Mrs. Leora Watera returned monday evening from a Short visit with her brother Vern Letchford at Postville. Strawberries Are ripening but the crop will be very Small on account of the hard of osts we had several weeks ago. Choir practice will be held Satur Day evening at the Church. Everyone interested in singing is requested to come. Mrs. Fred Klopper and mrs. Fred Semi Weskamp attended a birthday party at the Hanseler Home tuesday evening. Albert Deppong and family were Waukon visitors Mondov evening. Miss Christine Deppong came Back with them for a visit. Mrs. Sherman Bollman and Ruth mrs. Rolla Letchford and mrs. Leora Waters were shopping at Waukon saturday afternoon. Henry Conley and Crew of men finished the work of Pebble dashing the Community Church last saturday and returned to Postville. John Stock of Sioux City came on tuesday to loin his wife and daughter in a visit at the Tom Waters Home and with other relatives. The w. C. T. To. Meeting which was to have been held at Walter Pilgrim s on thursday evening was postponed on account of the rain. Sam Beskett and family and mrs. Robinson and Clifford a toed up from Clayton sunday and spent the Day at the Rov Kneeskern Home. Charley Llende Rhain had a Bee on wednesday to raise his new barn. The building which is 44x100 font is the largest barn in Winneshiek county. L c. Spaun Laid the Rock for the bus Mont and Geo. A Chroeder of Postville hns the contract for the Carpenter work. John Lla Efner is Home Coosa. Ralph Haefner went to St this morning. R. J. Mckernan of Waterloo visited in town saturday. Earl Haefner of Marshalltown spent sunday at Home. Miss Iva Allen went to Ltd not saturday to visit friends. Mars Ruth Hanson came up from Clermont for in Over sunday visit Edward floppy returned to his school duties at Cedar rapids sat inlay. Rev. Harms and family were Dubuque visitors the latter part of Hie week. Rev. Fred Riggs and family and miss Jennie Riggs returned to earlier saturday. A daughter came to Gladden the Home of or. And mrs. John Kluss. Friday june loth. Rev. Hal Riggs and Fanti la of Martello were Over sign div visitors with mrs. Millie Riggs. Miss Ida Mae Clark of Mason City vol slated at the Roy Allen and a. In Clark Homes last week. Mrs. Harlle Steele and sons came Home from Elgin saturday for a Short visit at the Geo. Bern Laird Home. Several of the Young folks we re Terhi Lnch it a Lawn Narty at the w. H. Haefner Homo tuesday evening. Jas. Mcneil of Portland Oregon visited friends saturday. Or. Mcneil had a Barber hero Twenty five years ago. Mrs. Geo. Bernhard accompanied mrs. Harold Bernhard and baby to new Hampton thursday for a con pie of Davs visit. E. J. Baltz. W. K. Riggs. Ralph Haefner and Fred o Lioy were at Cresco sunday. The latter Umpire for Cresco Friday and sunday. Bert Harvey took thin. Barnes and baby to Oelwein monday morn lug to take the train to Des Mill n in for medical advice for the Bali a Paul and Bessie Riggs went to Del Well with her. Kismet mrs. Sarah Sphar and is Frank Kneeskern and Lack Well to Decorah wednesday to see w. A. Loll Man who has been very ill with blood Poison caused from stepping on a Rusty Nail. . Les Oelke returned Home from Cresco Friday evening. Mrs. John Schules returned Home for Lav evening from her Western trip. Or. And mrs. Alva Koth of Wagner were sunday visitors at the will Moon Home. Or. And mrs. Earnie Walter and a mlle left monday morning for a trip Down South. Or. And mrs. Will Muller and family of Monona spent sunday at the Phin Muller Home. Miss Marguerite Oelke came Home from Carroll Iowa. Tuesday where she has been teaching. Lloyd Oelke and Amy Mathews left Mondy for Fayette where they will attend summer school. Or. And mrs. Dan a cordon and daughter Marv returned Home from oiled Only minn., after a week visit there. Or. And mrs. Will Moon and or. And mrs. Joe Holly went to Clermont Friday to attend the funeral of mrs. John . Or. And mrs. Henry Walter and grandson. Clifford Looby left wednesday for Knoxville where they will visit or. Walter s sister. On their return they will Stop off at re Coville where they will visit her sister mrs. Will Gossman. Helen Meyer of Wagner or. And mrs. Henkes or Mcgregor and misses Effle Henkes and Emma Varnael of Monona went to Waverly thursday morning to be present at the commencement exercises Florence Gosa Man being one of the graduates. Luana Vulcanizing works tires tubes and accessories we repair tires tubes rubber boots hot water bottles Eto. Second hand tires from $4,00 up according to size we want your work. Will Nelson proprietor Luana Iowa special for Friday and saturday we offer 3 cans of Iowa canned Corn for 25c with your regular grocery order. And sugar at the latest Price whatever it will be if you Lave the buying notion we sure want you to Call on us As our Hue ind ides your wants. The Farmers store c. C. Sander at. Motorists Kleen Kwick will clean the Heads without water. Put up in 1-lb collapsible tubes. Leaves the Akin soft and clean. Only la per Wash p. For Sale by the Douglass pharmacy t 0 by of fictive one s Money must a doing some sort of service. It can be deposited or a Vestell for its income return. It can be used for the Creej tin of a credit Structure against possible future la any event we shall be glad to co operate with y0� for the proper and profit Able investment of your funds. 5 per cent interest paid on 6 or m m. Deposit t Postville 4 state Bank 1 capital 100,000.00 Bank of service & safety Sand and gravel we no pleased to advise Yon Ali it we have completed the installation of Koiichi the must up to Date electric driven wishing and screening plants in lie Pilate no Iowa and we Are producing washed and screened Sand and gravel in any size a mixture that Ami want. The test we have i i Iii the exper Ignont station at Ami s is second to none. Aivone Init ested in Sand and gravel Call or write Clermont Brick and Sand company c. C. Miller vice president Clermont Iowa time cant steal its oven freshness six 6 airtight Walls of paraffin in our new canisters bring this Coffee to you fresh As the Day it was roasted. Rich and Mellow flagrantly fresh r Coffee lately now 50c la. Western grocer company of. H. D. Cole dentist office Over the state i tank. W. H. Burling attorney at Law j office Over Postville state rank. Harris Schutte undertakers Aid Mel Mamers a Erst a
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