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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1926, Postville, Iowa
Page four the Postville Herald Postville Iowa june 17,our Community our Community is Here to stay. So is this Bank. So Are most of the folks in Postville. And the More we can help each other the More pleasant it is going to make Postville As a place to live. This Bank Aims to be helpful to you not Only in Money a matters but in any Way it can. Whether you Are a customer of ours or not we shall be glad to have you Call on us for assistance. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 surplus $13,000 Postville Herald of w. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor Pound of Thistle Leaf Coffee free the famous Thistle Leaf Coffee is 50a 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 pineapple season is now on potato chips 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. Restaurant we deliver both phones Madison flow co. Plows discs Corn planters Corn plows new idea spreaders wagons and gasoline engines. We have a full line of these dependable cultivating goods bought direct from the manufacturers cutting out the middlemen s profit and know we can save you Money. Come and look them Over. Now is the time to have your plows sharpened Nad machinery repaired so you will be ready for Spring work. Bring them in. J. P. Ellis blacksmithing Postville Iowa one is never enough one ice Creany Cone made with our ice Cream is never enough for a boy. He wants two or More. And Why not let him have them ? no better or purer food could be eaten. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates cents per Inch mrs. George Van Woy arrived Home Friday after a visit with relatives at Waterloo. Mrs Bellman and mrs. Jim Drew were shopping at Decorah wednesday. So he priv ctr his be fest the a a pcs Day at Waukon Otto Snider of Charles City is visiting at mrs. Marv Sehoon maker s w to if legals 10c pm line since last week. A a is rmittl11 t1 or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes mrs. Vhf a a a Emma French were Decorah visitors ejtortsltk9r s0clet-v notice of saturday afternoon entertainment where an admission is charged or cards of thanks and re so mrs. Dean Flower and children of Oelwein spent saturday Ami sunday were held at the Community Church at Frankville thursday afternoon june 10, at 2 o clock and were attend a v a Large number of relatives and friends. Kev. J. C. U. Pock a or of miss Loona Gordon returned Joe Evv the v from a week s visit with friends made u the . A a a j lotions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. Foreign def it 3inn the american press association entered at the Post office it Post Ville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday june 17, 1926 Luana. Ruby a. F. Overbeck spent the week end at Manchester and Waterloo. Henry Mueller and sister spent wednesday at Decorah. A. A Berg and grandma Kumps have had their houses re roofed. Or. And mrs. C. L. Cayton of Waukon called on friends Here wednesday. Miss Avis Jean Brietspreche has been visiting her aunt mrs. Matt near National. Arno Gossman of Elkader spent saturday with his sister mrs. Arvin Brietspreche and family. Herman Rekow has been at Waukon for a couple weeks assisting friends with their painting. Or. And mrs. Hall Swenson " and children of near Bethel spent sunday in the Frank Lindroth Home. or. And mrs. Fred Haffa mrs. Lewis Clark and mrs. Allen Rowell motored to Decorah tuesday. Or. And mrs. We. Doerring of route one spent sunday evening with or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg. Or. And mrs. W. J. Lindroth and son Richard were dinner guests at the George Lindroth Home sunday. Mrs. W. J. Lindroth has been assisting in the Telephone office while miss Elizabeth Kamps is having net vacation. Miss Amy Oldag left for Freeport Illinois monday to take up her work having spent a couple weeks with Home folks. Misses Vyule Nichols and Amy Oldag were supper guests of their friends misses Alma and Hattie Landt sunday. Malvin Schultz returned saturday to his Home at Farn Kersburg after spending a week with his Uncle Karl Schvltz on route one. Or. And mrs. Grossman of Clermont were saturday and sunday guests of their daughter mrs. Fred Neverman and family. Mrs. Harry Koth and son Gordon Lewis of Prairie Duchien Are visiting the John Krat Beer sr., and mrs. Catherine Koth Homes. Miss Kleva Schultz returned to her Home at Farmersburg saturday having spent a week with the Emil Schultz family on route one. Or. And mrs. W. W. Smith and daughter Alda and or. Tand mrs. M. E. Smith a toed to Waukon wednesday for a visit with mrs. Eva Adams. Or. And mrs. Elzer schierholz and family or. And mrs. Emil Schultz and sons or. And mrs. H. W. Schultz and daughter Jeanette were dinner guests sunday of Karl and Ida Schultz on route one. Mrs. Fred Alitz and miss Mildred Sodawasser of Elkader Oliver Alitz and son of Oelwein mrs. C. J. Nichols and daughter Ruth and Keith Overbeck were supper guests of or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg saturday. Tuesday evening the juniors gave their classmate mrs. Arthur Wagner a Shower at the Home of miss Jeanette Schultz. A Jolly time was had and a Fine luncheon was served. They gave her a very pretty serving tray. Mrs. B. F. Schroeder of Postville and or. And mrs. Carl Miller of Monona with other relatives and friends gathered at the c. H. Overbeck Home. Wednesday june dts to help him celebrate his 83rd birthday anniversary. The Luana Community band gave their first open air concert for this season last wednesday night. Here s hoping the weather will be favourable so we can enjoy their concerts every wednesday night with free movies following in the opera House messes. John and Alvin Doerring Harlan and Ivon Schultz Arthur welter Gerald Engelhardt Bernold Palas. Donald Overbeck misses Florence Genz and Frances Overbeck members of the Luther league a toed Over to West Union sunday to attend the Luther league of her husband. Mrs. Visited Castalia. Pick weightier of Postville it the d. E. Harvey Home thursday. Mrs. Bertha Reynolds of St. Olaf visited her inert1. Mrs. Larlaus Meyer and family. Thursday. Mrs. Amelia Chase of Madison Wisconsin came monday to visit her sister mrs. Ii ii. Meyer and family. Mrs. Elmer Schultz and son of Here among relatives Dean and Dorothy Kneeskern went to Decorah tuesday whore Dorothy is taking lessons in music. Rev. Leonard Duckett and family from Monticello were guests of Rev.ml1".1 ""1 1. ,,4i or a and mrs. Peck wednesday. I i Tville spent 1 thursday with her sister mrs. Harold Harvey and Tam will Padden mrs. Kotura pad Deti Jim and miss Sarah Miller were Decorah i visitors tuesday afternoon. Or. Mid mrs Lester Neve nmn and v i sons hurl and Maurice motored to miss Florence Pilgrim visited at Jessup wednesday to visit at the Roy the Home of her grandparents near Decorah the first of last week. Miss Bernice Everett of Strawberry Point came thursday for a visit with her sister mrs. Glen Letchford. Tom Bollman enjoyed a visit from his brother in Law Albert Schiff of Milwaukee wednesday overnight. Miss Florence Peck and three students from Dubuque University visited at the manse monday and tuesday. Wesley Brandt who has been confined to his bed for the past two weeks with rheumatism is Able to be up again. Or. And mrs. Charley Brouillet and Vernon of Decorah visited at the Harry Harvey Home saturday night and sunday. Mrs. Leone Snider came up from Cedar rapids last week for a visit at the Home of her Mother mrs. Mary Schoonmaker. Mrs. Claude Van Wey who was very ill wednesday is improving. Or. F. W. Kiesau of Postville was called to attend her. The presbytery of Dubugue has elected Rev. Peck As a Delegate to the Synod at Ames which will Convene there june 28. Mrs. Frank Fuller of Castalia and mrs. Addie Mcloud of Cresco were calling on old friends in town thursday afternoon. Frankville. Mrs. James Drew is visiting relatives at Decorah. Rev. And mrs. Peck were Waukon visitors monday afternoon. The children of Arthur Brandt Are sick with the dutch measles. Mrs. Norman Vick of Calmar is visiting at the Harry Harvey Home. Albert Zieman and wife of Postville visited relatives Here saturday. Charley Webster and family made a trip to Ossian saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. George Wolfe were j Decorah visitors tuesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kneeskern and Inez were Castalia visitors wednesday. Halver Myren went to Decorah i monday where he was called on jury duty. Mrs. F. T. Bulman Caryl and Leora were Waukon visitors saturday afternoon i or. And mrs. Fred Schnieider Camp i and Velma were Postville visitors saturday. Rev. Paul Melrose a missionary from China will speak at the Community Church next sunday morning june 20th, at 11 o clock. Arthur Topel and family and mrs. Blanche Mcfarland and daughter a toed to Oelwein wednesday to attend the wedding of Francis Everett. Or. And mrs. Charley Kerr and daughter and Kenneth Kerr of Postville and Malcom Kerr and wife of Baxter visited at the George Kerr Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Henry Block and son of Mapleton who came to attend the funeral of mrs. We. Brandt Are visiting at the Ray Birdsell Home and with other relatives. Or. And mrs. Conrad Greenim and two sons or. And mrs. Roy Greenim of Decorah and or. And mrs. Norman Vick of Calmar attended the 40th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Phil Brouillet sunday. The children s Day exercises were not very Well attended on account of the inclement weather sunday morning. A very Good program was Given and the Little daughter of or. And mrs. George Kerr was christened receiving the name of Ruth Thelma. Or. And mrs. Charley Gimp and Amanda mrs. M. Jcarter and mrs. Nettie Burrows of Ossian or. And mrs. G. D. Bollman Gene Kenyon and wife and or. And mrs. Charley Shat tuck of Decorah attended the funeral of mrs. We. Brandt thursday afternoon. Quite a change in residences took place last wednesday. Walter Van Wey and wife took Possession of their new Home they recently purchased of mrs. Hattie lower. Albert Depping and family moved from the farm Back to their Home in town. Will Hager s moved into the House they vacated and or. And mrs. C. H. Waters and Max moved into rooms in the Albert Depping House. Or. And mrs. Phil Brouillet passed their 40th wedding anniversary sunday june 13th and the event was celebrated at the Home of their daughter mrs. Harry Harvey by a Large number of relatives and friends. A Bountiful dinner was served from the Well filled baskets and they were presented with a sum. Of Money. After a social afternoon the guests departed wishing them Many Happy returns of the Day. A i Martin Home. Mrs. We. Schwinefus came up from Postville Friday evening being called Here by the serious illness of her brother in Law Henry hiking. Mrs. Louis Drallmeier and daughter Lucille and Edna and Irene halt Niemier of Farmersburg called it the will Drallmeier Home thursday afternoon. Mrs. Joe Kluss and daughter Mary Katherinc. Came Down from Sanborn tuesday to visit her parents or. And mrs. Helnuth Meyer and other relatives. Or. And mrs. Will Drallmeier and Geraldine went to Farmersburg thursday evening. Or. Drallmeier will help his father at the painters Trade for a be v weeks. Or. And mrs. Gilbert Sandors a an eleven reel production. A utter from miss Kegley of Dele Van Wisconsin in which she orders the Herald sent to her address says miss Devries and i Are very Well settled hero now and like our work and the surroundings very much but we will look anxiously f r the Herald every or. This is the season of the year when you never know whether to Wear a Palm Beach suit or an you be been waiting a ions time to build that new Home. And there .1, no better time to build than right now. A tourist was horrified to see a baby sitting on a stump overhanging a Swift Stream. Older boys were playing near by. A he can t fall in was the Alibi we nailed his shirt Tail to the thursday june 17, 1926 painting your Home is not an expense it s an investment. Have you Ever look eded into the advantages of Lowe Brothers paint we have it in any kind or Quantity you want. They say Jesse James was a great golfer. Every time his opponents caught up with him. He made a Hole,.in one. You can accomplish a lot of things with Wall Board. We handle the famous com Postville lumber go. N. Honks mar. Both phones vol. I to Board. V " my husband sap a Postville lid Fri used to play the Banjo. Now he picks on Are you building any Fence better prices. This year us a for we be always Nofo de that the same weather that produces Good a Ops a also grows weeds. For that Little n pairing Job a mice. Always find Wei lumber you need Here. And you get the same Courtesy a with Little order that of do with of big one. I. Obituary. Sophia Marie Block was born the 5th Day of May 1846, in Husum province Hanover Germany and passed away at the Home of her daughter mrs. W. R. Birdsell june 7, 1920, aged 80 years one month and 2 Days. She was married to we. Brandt april 16, 1869, in Husum province Hanover Germany and to their Union were born 12 children 6 sons and 6 daughters. Four sons died in infancy and Magdalena mrs. Charles Dreyer died july 15, 1924. Her husband preceded her in death sixteen years ago. She is survived by her seven children Ann mrs. Albert Zieman Postville Martha mrs. Jas. Ryan of Waukon Margaret mrs. Gene Birdsell of near Ossian Arthur of Frankville Mary mrs. James Birdsell near Ossian Walter of Frankville and Cora mrs. Ray Birdsell of Frankville also three Brothers Henry Block of Mapleton and William and Dietrich Block of South Dakota Twenty grand children and other relatives and friends. Mrs. Brandt was baptized in the lutheran Faith and confirmed at the age of 14 years. She has faithfully served her lord and a few weeks before her death received the sacrament of the lord s supper. Coming to this country Many years ago she knew something of the difficulties and hardships of Pioneer life but she was industrious a woman who looked Well to the ways of her household and her children Rise up and Call her blessed. Her health has been failing for some time and the family knew that her end was near. She was greatly cheered and comforted by i any of Lee Bur from Chick it in the Shepherd and Tiki re i. I to i d i a cd into Postville o recently for a Day s vis of or. It it mrs. We. Very few of his Lecal friends he was Here Here he left for " where he has a \ the electrical and this Section to Thunder storm night and As Corn Grain i farm i saturday at All. From Lazier National i Ark Wil on looking after Tele Ponc lines s visited by a series Dur e last Friday saturday night i result All nature is smiling pastures Meadows and Small do wort Gie Fly benefited and s and town folks alike Are wearing tin Milt that won t come off. Or. And i is. Ai Schori were callers at the my a Ovay Home sunday evening. They brought up their daughter Georgia Mae who left on the Midnight train for the East. She will spend some tint at a girl s training Camp in Michigan and then goes to Cambridge for the balance of the summer. mrs. Carl Letchford up entail a a by sunday at Fife will Meyer Home of tvs. And a Large number of relatives and Alton Bullman and family of pres. Friends visited her which brought her ton Minnesota were callers in town much Joy. Her end was very Nearen. A ver thursday. Ful reminding us of the words of do v0 ret. Imy leading county in the United status for number of cow testing associations increased its hold on first place recently by organizing its tenth association. Then a association is an outgrowth of the old organization known As big four which recently split up into two new associations. Shower Baths and sanitary toilets Are being constructed in the tourists grounds at the City Park. Engel Dan Ielson and his Crew Are building the Structure of hollow tile which will be plastered inside and out and stuccoed outside. The building is located at the West Side of the tourist journal. Mrs. Florence Masser will close her Home in Postville this week until next fall. She will Rio mrs. Florence mus " Ille will visit in Wadena an Oelwein for about two weeks and then go on to St. Paul and Minneapolis Minnesota St. Croix fulls and. Superior Wisconsin to sojourn in a \ til the Hay fever season is Over expecting to return Here about the Middle of september. A used car is Only As Good dealer who Sells it in buying a used car you Are forced to depend upon the reputation of the dealer who Sells it. He alone is in a position to know the history. A. And present condition of the cars he Sells. Dodge Brothers dealers Are business men operating permanent establishments under valuable franchises. They look upon every used car purchaser As the ultimate buyer of a new car. And they value his Good will accordingly. Buy a used car of any Dodge Brothers dealer and you will receive honest . And right Nowise a part car Good time to buy. 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