Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
21 Jun 1918

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21 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 21, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100, 0 undivided probes 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. Officers h. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. 0. Beucher cashier c. 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 99 Quality coffees try ours Symonds inn Popeko Roxbury Mallard and Duco brands 25 to 40 cents per Pound package. Thoma Brothers Liggett s and Funke s chocolates purity ice Cream l m to prosperous dairymen know the Money making value of a properly built milk House. A Good milk House costs but Little. It goes a Long ways toward making Dairy products profitable. It should be Well built with double Walls to insulate it from both heat and cold and it should be built or at least covered on the outside with White Pine White Pine buildings add permanent value to your Arm because they endure with Little or no outlay for repair. White Pine a Light to handle and its soft smooth Grain yields to easily beneath your tools that you la find it a pleasure to work with it. And a White Pine milk House can be moved whenever occasion demands. Practical working plans specifications and a com plete Bill of material for the milk House illustrated or for any other farm building will be furnished you free on request together with our estimate of the Cost. By planning in Advance you Are enabled to build troit economically. Our advice is free the Home lumber Yard Gregg bros., props. Herald advertisements 8rin6 results nearby correspondence feb Akk Vii la. Roy a slip has the measles. Ole Samuelson is Able to be about again. Chester Peck attendee a party at de Corah manday evening. Mrs. Irvin Hughes was a Ravena visitor the first of last week. Arthur Brandt and family a toed to Waukon sunday for a visit. Miss urn co Brouillet of Decorah spent sunday with Homo folks. Mra. Geo. A. Waters of Waukon visited at Robbie Waters last week. Harry Harvey and family spent sunday with his parents at Castalia. Byron Chandler and family of Decorah were callers in town tuesday. Charley Gordon and wife of Postville visited at Walter Brandt s sunday. Rev. Hausherr visited friends in Ludlow from thursday until saturday. Mrs. 3, a. Peck and Carlton were Decorah callers saturday afternoon. O. D. Bollman and Curtis of Decorah were callers on the farm wednesday. Geo. Chandler of Decorah is working for Crawford Brothers on the farm. Mrs. Irving Crawford and mrs. Lynn Crawford were Waukon visitors monday. Or. And mrs. Henry Hager and Rev. Hausherr were Lansing visitors thursday. Or. And mrs. Geo. Vanwey Irvin and Earl were Decorah visitors saturday. L. C. Spaun is putting a Wall under the tenant House on the will Schutta farm. The d. Y. N. T. Will meet with mrs. Maisie Waters thursday afternoon june 27. Bert Livingood and Charley Barrott made a trip to Decorah wednesday afternoon. Miss Florence Mckinley concluded her visit Here thursday and left for Iowa City. Phillip Krogsund and wife from near Decorah spent sunday at Charlie Trouillet s. Mrs. Geo. Vawnoy arrived Home tuesday from an extended stay at Reynolds s. D. J. B. Kneeskern and family and miss Jessie Vanwey were Decorah visitors Friday afternoon. Lynn Crawford and family and mrs. Irvin Crawford were Decorah callers saturday evening. Chester Peck left thursday for to line 111., where he has employment in an ammunition factory. Word from Harold Spaun reports him euro Ute from Camp Travis Texas to a Camp in new York. Miss Mary a Tiitson of Glasston n. A is a Welcome visitor at the Home of Hov brother d. W. Baldwin. Or. And mrs. Geo. Chow using and daughter of Minneapolis Are visiting at the Roy knee Kern Home. Mrs Len Tzib lower and Johnnie left wednesday evening for a visit with relatives at Anderson Indiana. Charley and Phil Broil lot George Sherman and Tom Zollman were fishing at the poster dam thursday. Or. And mrs. To j. Crawford and Charlie and miss Floronce burls of Decorah visited relatives Here sunday. Miss Clara Tope closed her school in the Highland District Friday with a picnic dinner and program in the afternoon. Mrs. Fred Broil lot and Helen wore at Ravena last week helping take care of her now Nephew at Tom French s. Miss a Wal Mettle completed a four years Courso in Waukon High school last week being one of the graduates this year. Or. And mrs. John Bukke and miss Bakke from near Decorah attended the demonstration meeting wednesday afternoon. Or. Robinson and son Clifford and Sam Beckett a toed up from Clayton sunday. Geo. Chewning accompanied them Back. Or and mrs. Allen Green end children and mrs. Elba Green of Castalia were sunday visitors at the James Kneeskern Home. Ambrose Arnold entertained his Bro Ter and family from Monona and or. And mrs. Land and daughter of Luciia at his Home sunday. Francis Padden Aud wife were Waukon visitors saturday a Venanc mrs. K. V. Ferris accompanied them Home for an Over sunday visit. L. C. Spaun built two chimneys on the Sherman Zollman House Friday to replace those blown off by the hard storm several weeks ago. Or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes mrs. Lyle French and mrs. Geo. Vanwey went to Decorah thursday afternoon to hear or. T. L. Oilman speak. Frank Liu Linan and family visited relatives at Dorchester sunday. Their daughter Curyl who has been there visiting came Homo with them. 11. H. Waters and family and miss Plazel Sawyer of Waukon Geo. Allen and family and mrs. Duff of Centennial attended the social Here saturday evening. Mrs. Joseph Sodoma Kathryn and Donald terminated their visit Here on thursday and went to Decorah for a Liport visit before leaving for their Home in los Angeles. Bert and Karl Livingood and families or. And sirs. Henry Hager de Witt Vanwey j. A., Carlton and Lee i Eck enjoyed a Day s Outing Friday fishing at the Power dam. Mrs. Ray Algyer mrs. Walter lug Volstad and children and mrs. Larsen and baby accompanied miss Christian son Down from Decorah to the demonstration meeting wednesday afternoon. Small accounts we invite Small accounts not because they Are Smigill but because we know they will grow. We have Confidence in your Success. Do i of delay opening your account Here your business needs and is entitled to the same advantages Given a larger business. Hill Postville state Bank capital 8uuplu8 and pit fit is 10,000 win. Leui president a. L. Tolerson cashier j. I Meier vice president Hill w. Roberts c. F. Metier directors Leui we. H. Weihe we a. L. Peterson q. Sundt b. C. Floming ii. Roberts Sherman Bollman and Irvin Hughes and families messes. And mesdames Hob and Ray Waters Claude Vanwey l. C. Spaun hand stolen misses Sarah Miller Daisy Vanwey Louise. Meier mrs. Rilla Letchford mrs. Lyle French Albert Kneeskern and Leo Uslip were among those who went to Waukon Friday to hear sex president Taft speak. The v. I. S. Ice Cream social held saturday evening on .1. A. Peek s Lawn was a Success both financially and socially. An Angel look cake donated by mrs. I Vlug Crawford brought st.85, and other cakes sold at auction came to 810. The entire proceeds from the Sale of ice Cream Popcorn cake and strawberries were 7, and after the expenses were deducted left about sj0 Clear which will be used to Purchase a hag Flag staff and service Flag for the Yil luge. & quilt made by mrs. Oliver Sheggrud for the red Cross was sold at auction and brought 10, Tom Ryan 1 being the purchaser. He Ulso won the cake donated by mrs. Crawford and also bought several other cakes and we think he deserves a vote of thanks for his generosity. Robbie Waters kindly gave his services As auctioneer. Cast am a. John Decou had a born raising today. W. C. Winn was a Mcgregor visitor monday. Miss Jennie Riggs returned from Garber thursday. Miss Millie Omenn returned to Colfax iii., wednesday. Miss Lucy Meyer was an Over sunday visitor at Clear Lake. Otis Dowd came up from Ottumwa monday to visit his parents. A son was Horn to or. And mrs. Louis Reckward sunday june 16th. H. M. Knutson of Imogene Iowa was visiting in town saturday. Or. And mrs. August Meyer and family were Elkader visitors monday. Lester Meyer and wife of Waucoma spent sunday at the h. L. Meyer Home. Mrs. Chas. Winn and mrs w. H. Haefner and children went to Giard monday. Geo. Bacheldor returned Friday from Empress Alberta Canada As he is in the next Call june 24th. Mrs. Byron Hicks and children returned to Manchester saturday after a Short visit at the Rev. Hicks Home. Mrs. .11. L. Meyer mrs. Will Tim Merman and mias Lena Schara attended a convention at Elkport thursday. Chris Schweinefus sent a Check to the red at Decorah for the handsome sum of $100.75, raised at their barn dance last week. Chris Schweinefus received a message today announcing the death of the infant son of their son Frank at their Home in North Dakota. Or. And mrs. Henry Schultz and or. And mrs. Joe Schultz a toed to Camp Dodge thursday to see the former s sons Geo. And Joe Schultz. The dedication of the service Flag took place sunday afternoon a Large crowd attending. The services were held on the grounds East of the m. E., Church. A Section of chairs was reserved for the parents of the Soldier \ boys and d. A. Mcmartin a Veteran of the civil War occupied the seat of j Honor on the platform. Rev. Hicks gave an interesting talk followed by an Able address by the Rev. Father Clune of Postville. Henry Buddenberg pinned the names of the following boys on the Flag will Fischer Camp Dodge Iowa Clarence Lambert Camp Pike ark., Carl Bartells Camp Hancock ga., or. Stvil list com j amen m Alloy great lakes Nava training station iii., Joe Wirsching Camp Custer mich., Earl Haefner it. Snelling minn., Elmer Mcmartin France Ewald Rodenkirch France will Rodenkirch fort Geo. Wright wash., w. A. Putnam Portsmouth va., Louis Schultz Camp Mcarthur Tex As Geo. Schultz Camp Dodge Iowa Joe Schultz Camp Dodge Iowa Floyd Putnam deceased Lloyd Putnam naval service Louis Benson Camp Dodge Iowa. Luana we. Fuels is quite sick with Risy. My. And mrs. Harry Olson of More i mrs. Gor spent sunday at the Lewis c Larl of we id r Home. F ,. Mew i miss Grete heu w Ettenberger Arni Riceville. I Rev. Harms was a caller at Wellenberger s Between trains t a a Dav afternoon. F v miss Hulda Yahuke left for Minneapolis Friday morning to spend to la summer months in that City. Or. And mrs. Ben Meier and a Catt. .,�,.,. Reutow took an Anlo trip to a vault Sweden Iowa saturday to visit relatives. Of Hittle quite a number from Here loft . Furi Loy morning for an Over ans ii for. A edit Ali Day a i Al or. From mis wont while Arbe he hens was at Wanko arara Friday evening in attendance at Taft meeting someone swiped his Kuis Sec from in front of the comity jail ww1 indulged in a Joy redo and it was us until near Midnight the comity Muf a n Ivi sleuths located the car in an Alloy of the City Park. Or. And mrs. N. A. Mershon 3 the latter s Mother mrs. 11, a. Mine came Over from Waukon sunday Moir ing Tho or. Taking the train Here i Minnesota. What do your cheers mean the belgian soldiers Are travelling around to world to get Back into the fight on our Side the mothers fathers wives and Little children in Belgium will freeze to death this Winter unless we Send them clothe you must have an old suit or a dress or a Good cloak or underwear or a pair of shoes to Bank up your cheers for these boys. Send them along now before you hang them up in the attic or in the closet or throw them away. Help save the lives or these helpless victims of War. Bring the clothing you can spare to the room once occupied by the boy scouts the third door in the old Luhman & Sanders store building. This room will be open every afternoon until next thursday

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