Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
17 Jun 1926

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17 Jun 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 17, 1926, Postville, Iowa In urday j,u17, me the Postville Herald Postville Iowa a Stuible theatre Fri. And 18 & 19 Peter the great in wild Justice there Are no better dog pictures than this it s the Best of its kind. Also a two reel com Jay. A 21 & 22 winds of Chance with a big All Star cast is the biggest alas Tan picture on the screen. It s another thrilling Story of alaskan Gold Rush Days. There Rill be but one show at 8 15. It is an eleven reel show. Admission 35c and 15c. Wed. And 23 & 24 Richard Dix in let s get married comedy Pep thrills and action. Mae Tinee n the Chicago Tribune says its the Best Dix picture she has seen. Don t miss it. Oming Peter b. Kyne s enchanted Hill 9 outstanding Maytag features for Home without electricity the Maytag la available with in built gasoline motor. 1 washes faster. 2 washes cleaner. 3 largest hourly capacity. Tub holds 21 Gallons. 4 most compact Washer made takes floor space Only 25 inches Square. 5 cast aluminium tub can t Warp rot swell split nor corrode cleans itself. 6 easily adjusted to your height. 7 clothes can be put in or taken out with the Washer running. 8 All Metal wringer. Self adjusting. Instant tension release. 9 electric motor for wired Homes gasoline motor where no electricity a available. Reasons for world leadership Rove these 9 Points of tag supremacy at Home Wash with a Maytag free us Send you a Maytag. a week s washing at our expense and without obligation of any kind. Let the Maytag prove that it washes a Tueful of clothes in 3 to 7 minutes. That it washes the most delicate fabrics As gently As by hand. That it washes Greasy work clothes and Grimy play clothes clean As new. Let it prove that the Satin smooth cast aluminium tub keeps water hot for an entire washing. That the tub cleans itself in 30 seconds after the washing is done. That it is easily adjusted to your height and the height of the rinsing tubs. Let it prove its superiority and greater Wash ability in your own Home. Remember if the Maytag does not sell itself Don t keep it. Aluminium Dasher deferred payments you la never miss j. T. Humphrey Postville Iowa phone Farmers phone a Naif Hishi i sol mite killer guaranteed put mites out of Chicken houses for one year if used As directed the Farmers store a Mem Ore j Page five local news notes try our want and column. Cheap automobile ins Dietsch. _ John l. Gregg is driving a new l Ord truck. T. J. Crawford of Fri Novillo was a taller yesterday. Bring in your Binder apron and Jot us repair it. L. F. Putnam. Or. 0. A. Kinsel spent sunday with his wife and family in Garnavillo. Or. And mrs. Walter Meyer were Clermont visitors sunday afternoon. Phonograph Needles at the Postville furniture . The Oelwein Mcgregor bus line will soon commence doing business again. The boy scouts annual round up will be held at Fayette june 23, 24 and 25. Rebekah regular mooting thursday june 24. A Good attendance is . And mrs. Al Knobel of this City visited Home folks in Marquette Over sunday. Walter Lammert told us yesterday he Lis eating new potatoes out of i own Garden. Or. F. W. Kiesau physician and surgeon office Over the pos Ottice. Both telephones. George b. Todd of Waukon has bought a half interest in a Ford garage at now Albin. Miss Maxine Borman of Gutten Berg is a guest in the Home of Kev and mrs. E. T. Finck. Or. And mrs. H. F. Eggert were supper guests sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. C. F. Meier. The wind of dast monday night completely wrecked the grandstand at the hav Wye baseball Park. H. A Webb arrived in Postville last tread a night from los Angeles having made the return journey by Auto. . Nora Harman of St. Paul came last thursday for a visit in the Home of her Mother mrs. Win Shep Herd. Or. And mrs. L. 0. Beucher and family were entertained sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy. Miss Hazel m. Davis will return to Cedar rapids this fall to begin her third year As teacher in the parlor City schools. Don Peterson one of this year s graduates from Postville High school left monday for Cedar rapids in search of a Job. Or. A. A. Schmidt has his office established in Postville Hospital. Day and night Calls will be taken care of promptly. Or. And mrs. Roy Wagner took mrs. August schierholz and mrs. Anna Martin out to visit or. And mrs. Alvin Kahle sunday. 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. Or. And mrs. L. J. Masonhall and family and miss Helen Meyer motored to Waterloo sunday and spent the Day with relatives and friends. One Day last week h. E. Roberts sold to w. C. Schroeder the 27 acre tract across the Voad South of the e. Handy farm for $175 per acre. . Rudolph Crandall aged 25, dropped dead in a Barber shop at West Union last wednesday just after her husband had finished trimming her hair. Or. And mrs. Ray Barber and family of Waterloo and Henry Bartels of Castalia were visitors Here sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. Gilbert Stockman. It being too Rainy and lonesome at Homo sunday or. And mrs. Eber Ling motored out into the county and had dinner with or. And mrs. Fred c. Eberling. The pres. L. A. S. Meets at the Home of mrs. John Waters on Friday afternoon june 18th at three o clock. Members urged to come visitors Welcome. . F. J. Och ring and daughter came up from Mcgregor monday to attend the d. A. R. Meeting at the Henderson Prairie Home of or. And mrs. C. Kerr. Don t miss Rex Beach s big picture winds of Chance at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday. One show Only at 8 15 p. It s an eleven reel production. . John p. A Cassel Florence Cas ten and Frances Caston left monday for Winnipeg Canada to visit or. And mrs. Will Palas. . Welzel and mrs. Palas Are Sisters. Veitii Gray and Walter Gass motored Over to Lansing tuesday to visit the Postville Piscat orial artists in Eam Pat Henderson dam. They report then ill Well and catching a few Bass. Geo. Harman motored Here Satur Dav from Iowa Falls after mrs. Harman who had been visiting the past two weeks in the Home of her father d. C. Bloxham. They left for Iowa Falls. Sunday. A / last thursday the Herald mention in a local item that this sectioned rain and the lord sent it to uss und Antly the next Day. And yet ther will remove there to keep House for her. . E. Reed and daughter Opal returned Home thursday evening from Austin Minnesota. . Reed reports her Mother in much better health at present. The granted gang who Are to surface Highway no. 51 from Postville reached Here last Friday and owing to the weather went into Camp near the Farmers Creamery. George j. Meier Fred j. Miller r. Hecker j. Boehm and j. T. Melvold went to Lansing monday afternoon to lift a few Bass out of the Mississippi on tuesday morning. Miss Elizabeth Sonnkalb returned last week from her studies at Amer. Where she has completed a course in Domestic science to spend the summer vacation Here with her Mother mrs. A. Sonnkalb. Ames Abe says love arid politics an t so much different. Jest As. A Good growing season makes a Man satisfied with them that s in office so a Good piece o Strawberry Shortcake Jay stave off a family Row Elmer Christianson of Elgin Ruth Gante fun of Fayette Mabel and Irene Hass Virginia and Raymond glow All of Maynard had. Their tonsils and adenoid is removed at Postville Hospital last tuesday. Paul Neff came up from Independence saturday evening and visited with his parents or. And mrs. H. A. Neff until sunday afternoon when Herbert Gass and miss Flossie Fay took him Back by Auto. Or. And mrs. A. J. Phillips and returned monday from a week end motor trip to Cedar rapids where they visited in the Home of or. And mrs. Walter Sullivan with Harold and miss Alice Phillips. Mr., and mrs. Lou Edison and baby and miss Edison of Albert Lea Minnesota Are Here visiting in the Home of mrs. Emma Stockman and with other Postville relatives. Also mrs. Spoon or. Edison s grandmother. Miss Lena Jared who had been stopping with or. And mrs. H. H. Douglass of this City while visiting her numerous Postville friends left Friday for her Home i Corydon. Miss Jared will teach in the Council Bluffs school next year. There was a Happy family gathering at the. Home of or. And mrs. J. T. Humphrey Over the week end when mrs. Humphrey s four Sisters with their families joined in a family re Union those present from out were or. And mrs c. L. Stevenson and four children. From Shell Rock Iowa mrs j. A. Hoyland two children at Mason City Iowa miss Mary Cool of Waterloo Low and or. And Mia. Go Bain of thet mop Olls Wyoming. H. Meier and l. H. Schroeder out to the latter s farm last  cheap Tornado insurance Dietsch. Chas. Krumm was a business visitor in Mcgregor last Friday.  or. And mrs. L. J. Masonhall now drive a new Essex coach. Mis3 Cathrine Geraghty spent sunday in Monona with Home folks.-. Regular meeting of Postville chapter 0. evening june 21. . Boies capper visited Home folks in Elgin the latter part of last week. ., g. F. Kelleher physician and surge on. Office Over Luhman & Sanders store Best and cheapest life insurance. Buy. The new York life. Sold by Chas. H. Krumm. Clarence Hoth of Waukon spent sunday Hore with his parents or. And mrs. Chas. Hoth. Mi1, and mrs. Geo. W. Hein and family were sunday visitors in Waterloo in spite of the rain. Or. And . E. F. Schroeder and family spent sunday in the Albert Halvorson Home near Guilder. E. of West Union was a Postville business visitor briefly monday while Enro Ute to Elkader. Charley Ohloff is assisting in the store of Luhman & Sanders while Gilbert Sanders is off on his vacation. Clemmens Schwabbe and wife were guests of or. And mrs. Gustav Dietsch Friday for the evening meal. Or. And mrs. Allen Schroeder and family left sunday for Emwood Wisconsin to visit in the Home of her parents. Or. And mrs. George Kohlman and Elizabeth and miss Dorothy Hin Mari motored to Dubuque tuesday to visit relatives and friends.  Range and Furnace fires were used to Good advantage the first of the week in drying up the surplus moisture in Homes about town. Bernard Waters and Frank d. Rounds went Down Between Elgin and Clermont sunday in the rain and aug Jet a Bunch of bullheads. We t _ thursday and engaged in the Gloriot a work of gassing groundhogs. . Edith durin arid Don Cook of Cedar rapids and mrs. Ben Little of Oelwein were callers at the Alla Makee hatchery last thursday. Why suffer those aches and pains come to Postville take treatments and be cured. O. A. Kinsel Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa. The Alla Makee hatchery has thus far turned out 98,000 baby chix. There will sure be some music in the Bain Yards when that army starts cackling and crowing. . John Muchow Margaret and Guy mrs. Miller Lee and Lola and mrs. Frank Ervin were monday visitors in the Home of or. And mrs. Clarence Muchow. Don t miss Rex Beach s big picture winds of Chance at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday. One show Only at 8 15 p. It s an eleven reel production. Or. And mrs. F. H. Luhman and family misses Carmen and Muriel Schweikert motored Over to Fayette last thursday to see Oeh vein and upper Iowa play Ball. . Dorothy Douglass and miss Jared were guests for dinner Friday in the Irvin Allen Home. Miss Jared left that after poor after a pleasant visit with Postville friends. Or. And mrs. Fred Harrington returned to Pas Fville by Auto monday after having been out in the neighbourhood of Carrington n. D., looking after their farming interests. Is Florence Hoth and Vera motored Down to West Union last thursday and inspected the new court House and like All others report it a Beautiful Structure inside and out. Miss Ruth miss Dolores Thoma who Are attending summer school at Cedar Falls spent the week end with Home folks in Postville. Fred Gordon took them Back sunday by Auto. Orville Welzel who for the past two weeks has been a patient at the Decorah Hospital die to an operation returned Home saturday. His Many friends Are glad to hear of his speedy covery. A special communication of Broth Fly love Lodge no. 204, a. F. & a. M., will be held on tuesday evening june 22, at eight o clock for work in the third degree. A Good attendance s desired. After a pleasant visit Here in the Home of i and mrs. Barry n. Hanks and with other friends miss Lydia Seh Pei returned thursday to her Home in Waukon her folks coming Over by car after her. Miss Kate Kerr who has been to Achini in Marion Alabama the past Yea " Day., her. Parents or. And mrs. C. Kerr. We understand she will not teach next year. Through oversight last week we omitted mention of the return to Fremont Nebraska of or. And mrs. A. F. Plambeck after a pleasant visit Here in the Home of or. Ind mrs. F. W. Hughes. Plambeck is a sister of or. Hughes. Or. And mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian and family mrs. Frank Sebastian or. And mrs. H. Sebastian or. Aud mrs. Frank d. J3ebastian and1 family and or. And mrs. Carl Letchford were entertained sunday in the Home of or. And mrs. W. L. . And mrs. Ralph Bachtell and family left sunday by Auto for St. Paul and Minneapolis whare they joined mrs. Al Ellis in a visit to or. Ellis of the Louisville american association whose team was there for eight Days four at St. Paul and four in Minneapolis. The Bachtolo s and mrs. Ellis will take a cottage at one of the Lake resorts near the twin cities and enjoy an Outing while seeing the sights. Electric line trouble sunday called Leo Bowers of this City up to the Ossian neighbourhood and he reports the roads Between Here and Castalia that Day in mighty bad shape to being called upon to help lift a fellow with a Ford Coupe out of the mud. A an appealing Story is running thru springtime without further comment. A tramp appealed to woman for a handout. Yes shelled til give you a meal if you la saw and split some Wood sweep off the walk fix that Hole in the Fence tidy up the backyard and Burn the trash by the cellar the tramp started on. A i m Only a Hobo not anybody s or and mrs. A h. Kerr of Baxter Are Here spending a three weeks vacation in the Home of his parents or. And mrs. C. M Kerr. Or. Kerr has been teaching in Alton the past school year but engaged in school work at Baxter next year. A monster Walnut log was recently sold by Robert a. Chopman of pres Cott to the Des Moines saw Mill co., through the Agency of Earl Woodward of Bedford. The log was but thirteen feet Long but 1,200 feet of. Lumber was Cut out of it and is teams moved it the three and a half Miles to town at an expense of $60. Or. Chapman realized $105.30 for the log standing. New Victor records once a week. Every week Friday 3. P. Sawvelle Palm Portville Iowa guaranteed Nisu lated Agal St rust a a a a Al a Nirri a i s . \ v ire Louis l. Hill heating hardware plumbing Postville Iowa screams or screens see us for screens frames glazing and other things needed to make your porch comfortable. J. L. Gregg & co. The place to buy when you want to build both telephones Postville Iowa worm Ocene for hogs compounded especially for Worms tonic and conditioner. Will give satisfactory results. One $1.25 bottle treats 8 average sized pigs full six weeks treatment at the total Cost of 16c per pig. Economical to use and easy to give. Five bottles treat forty average sized pigs at the total Price of $6.25. Compare this with the fellow who peddles direct to you and gets $16.00 to treat the same number of hogs. Worm Cine is a Medicine for hogs Only you risk Only a few cents when you use worm Cine. You risk the pigs when you Don t. Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store

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