Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
11 Mar 1926

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11 Mar 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1926, Postville, Iowa Mem Mem 1�ag� Pouh the Postville Herald Postville Iowa Postville Herald f. W. Hughes publisher Bert e. Tuttle Lucal editor big questions often become Little ones when you have an account with this reliable Bank to Aid you in their solution. It is True that ready Money will not solve All of life s problems but it smooths the Road past Many. Start an account today and be ready. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,0u0� surplus $13,000  subscription prick. $2.00 per year everywhere. Payable strictly in Advance advertising rates. Display__________30 cants per Inch locals readers to gals Loc per line want ads____.______5 cents per line j Cash with order on All mail orders j Church school or society notice of j entertainment where an admission is charged or cards of thanks and resolutions of respect Are run at regular advertising rates. Fort inn a v recent native entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Thursday. March 11, 1926 Luana. Among have too eaten oysters this week ii not Why your Best food from the sea pure buckwheat flour Johnston s crackers & cookies Campbell s soups Navel oranges 20c a dozen up carrots head lettuce Kraut is radish rutabagas cabbage grapes apples grape fruit ice Cream several flavors Thoma Bros. Restaurant we deliver both phones Madison plow co plows discs Corn planters Corn plows idea spreaders wagons and gasoline engines. New 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. Stow is the time to have your plows sharpened Nad machinery repaired so you will be ready for Spring work. Bring them in. J. Blacksmithing l Lis Postville Iowa your dream House is Here let us Aid you with our practical suggestions guided by years of experience in Home building plan a Home that will be within your Means yet that will also be the Home of your dreams. Postville lumber co. H. N. Hanks manager mrs. John Gruel was at Monona Between trains monday. Miss Emma was Postville shoppers monday. Or. Bernold Palas was a business caller at Postville tuesday. Alfred family r. 2, has moved to Monona on route 2. Grandma Katnis celebrated her 82 birthday anniversary tuesday. J. Harris has moved onto the farm known As the Oscar Collins farm. We. Brandtman of Monona was a business caller in town wednesday. John and will Leui of Postville were business callers Here Friday. John splies of Monona spent tuesday with his brother Fred splies and wife. Miss France Overbeck was at Postville Between trains monday afternoon Henry Schroeder left wednesday for a few Days visit with relatives at Dubuque. The misses Edna and Margaret Ziegler were among Monona shoppers saturday. Alvin Breit Spreher and Fred see land transacted business at Monona wednesday. Harry Hinman and family Are moving into the tenant House on the George Engelhardt farm. Or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg were six o clock supper guests of the Ben Overbeck family sunday. Or. And mrs. We. Doerring and son Orville spent saturday evening at the h. W. Schultz. Home. Louis Kurdelmeier of Cresco came thursday for a visit with his sister mrs. Fred Palas and family. The proceeds of the men s supper were Over $80.00 and they Are very thankful for All help received. A misses Helen Bollman and Margaret Ziegler and Jeanette Schultz transacted business at Monona thursday. Glen Farnham of rapid City South Dakota arrived tuesday night to visit his grandmother mrs. Clara hos lip. Messes. Henry Ziegler Arthur h. Berg Glen Nichols and Harlan Schultz transacted business at Monona Friday. Mrs. Dora Ziegler has been at Monona being cared for by miss Emma Ziegler for a Case of blood poisoning returning Home thursday. Mrs. Ben Kinsley and daughter Helen of Mcgregor spent the week end with their daughter and sister mrs. Roy Neff and baby Virginia. Wednesday evening. Or. And mrs. Leo Timp were called to Ossian. His father was very ill and passed away during the night. The funeral occurred saturday Forenoon at Ossian. Mrs. J. B. Hensen and two boys left wednesday morning for their Home near Pinewood Minnesota having spent the Winter with her Uncle Henry Schroeder and sister Elizabeth Kamps and other relatives. Miss Helen Seitz went to Monona tuesday to attend the funeral of her aunt mrs. Jake Fox. While there she received word that a neice near Edge Wood had passed away. She also attended that funeral. Frances Over Beck had charge of the 5th and 6th grades during her absence. Misses Alma Landt Nad Louise i Lambert left Friday for Cedar Falls i to be with miss Hatty Landt who graduated monday from a two year urse at the state Normal training. Having o wait for trains at Charles City they spent their time at the Basket Ball tournament and were present to cheer our boys on to winning Over Lime Springs boys to the tune of 30 to 1-1. Our Basket Ball team with coach Neff and Arno Lindroth left thursday afternoon to take part in the tournament at Charles City. Their first game was won Over Lime Spring Friday afternoon score 36 to 14. Saturday afternoon they played Marble Rock winning 33 to 24. They played their final with Elma score being 19 to 15 in favor of Luana hence they came Home All smiles As Well As the usual Ball game bruises and a Fine medal of dark Wood with Bronze trimmings. We Luan aites were very much surprised but greatly pleased Over their winning. It was Only during the last few games that they seemed to. Doing Good work so we had sort of lost Confidence in them but when the Good news came to us Over the wire it would have done you heart Good to hear the rousing cheers. On their return sunday noon a Large crowd in spite of the weather met them at the station with i Nany Rahs. The last of the week j they go to Fayette. Here s nine Rahs i to Aid them in bringing Home the honors. A Othor Throe minute period was played and the score was again tied 22-22. During last Throe minutes of play of both teams were nearly exhausted but Osage managed to slip in a Field goal and the score stood 24-22 in favor of Osage. Who said Luana could t win we re Small but 0 my miss Seitz was absent last wednesday on account of the death of tier aunt and Niece. Francis Overbeck taught in her place. Or. Timp received the sad news of the death of his father and was absent from school thursday and Friday. School on Friday was a Novelty. Only two teachers presided in High school being miss de Lay and miss Berg. Classes wore held in the Forenoon. In the afternoon the girls made posters for the Junior class play while the boys practice Basket Ball for the future tournament. Friday night March 19, the juniors will give their annual class play. This year they have chosen whose Little Bride Are this is indeed a very Complex question which we will leave for you to decide. The brides Range in assortment from the Little flapper not yet out of her teens to the 200 la. Campaigner who has worn the Orange blossoms not less than four times. Matrimonial pairing proceeds even to the House maid and Butler. Mistaken identity furnishes an unusual measure of complications until it actually becomes a problem As to which Little Bride is which or who. The cast of characters have been exceptionally Well chosen. The men Are As follows or. Benjamin Bellows Bernolt Palas Algernon claw Hammer Geo. Walters Augustus May Donald Boll Man Simeon Singleton Glenn Nichols George Tobin Karl Aulerich. The women Are Florence Bellows Margaret Ziegler mrs. Mae Eckron Marg. Oldag Dolly Mae Eckron Jeanette Schultz Maggie Brody Marjorie Ziegler mrs. Tobin Helen Bollman. Synopsis of scenes. All take place in living room of or. Bellow s residence in Rahway new Jersey. Act i. Noon. Act ii. Late afternoon. Act Iii. Evening. Synopsis of plots. The curtain rises upon a living room scene in the Bellows residence. Dolly Mae Eckron is thoroughly disgusted at her Mother s attempt to make her appear As a Little girl until she has safely landed or. Bellows. Mrs. Mac Eckron is equally disgusted and resolves that if she fails Dolly is the cause. She later receives the shocking news that or. Bellows Bride a mrs. Tobin is coming and that they Are to be married immediately. At the same time a Butler has been hired. Also Florence Bellows future husband is expected any moment. She has never seen him but As her father has made the plans patiently awaits his arrival. The part of the letter concerning his name has been torn off so he will arrive As a nameless stranger. Complications arise when the Butler arrives first and is taken for the future bridegroom. Upon the appearance of his affianced Merics by her enormous size. This is Bride or. Bellows is reduced to Hys just the beginning of the fun and complications. Now that we have aroused your curiosity Well expect to see you there admission is 25c and 3oc. Queer answers in the class rooms. Or. Timp what is a calorie Ivan a Collie is a miss de Lay a that is the real meaning of the Rainbow William it Ain t a going to rain Iny or. Timp name three disinfectants Preshie sugar Salt and miss Berg John what have you in your Mouth " John my Grade notes.  first and second Grade notes. Those pupils having an average of ninety or above in All subjects for the past six weeks Are Helen Erb 90 per cent Harlan Krambeer 91 per cent Lyle Kurdelmeier 91 per cent Leo Mcneil. 91 Par cent Keith Overbeck 92 per event in the first Grade and Florence Aulerich 92 per cent Wilbur Frye 91 per ent Robert Kramycer 94 per cent Vanell Kraus 93 per cent Mila Mae Kruse 91 per cent Helen Mcneil 93 per cent Helen Miller 93 per cent Dorothy Moritz 90 per cent in the second Grade. In handwork the primary pupils Are now Busy working out Winter scenes m paper for the covers of their weather calendars each child typing his in name and title and his Grade. Those making an average of ninety or above m spelling the past six weeks Are Helen Erb 90 per cent Harlan Krembser 95 per cent a Vlf Kurdelmeier 90 per cent Leo Mcneil 98 per cent Keith Overbeck 13 per cent in the first Grade. Florence Aulerich 99 per cent Robert Krambeer 100 nor cent Ivanell Kaus 94 per cent Mila Mae Kruse 95 per cent Helen Mcneil 100 per " it Helen Miller. 100 per cent and Dorothy Moritz 99 per cent in the second Grade. Frankville. Rock e. Visitors c. A Waters has purchased a a Chr Waters was a Deborah vis Toby in working for a do a los no we of a a visited rela a tiros at Postville. Friday. Or. And mrs. L. N. Folke were do Orah shoppers thursday. Miss Geneva Darling spent the week end with Home folks at a a corny. J the m. H. Club will meet with mis., Miner Van Wey Friday 4""" de Goeke and family of Ludlow have moved onto the Gericke Tarm. Or. And mrs. Walter Pilgrim were. Deborah visitors thursday morning Joe Ryan and family and j. = were Waukon Don left the first of the j week for Garner where he Lias employment. The willing workers were enter Taino at the Home of Rev. I cock inst Powell and family have moved into the tenant House on the John Lydon farm. I mrs. Francis Padden of Freeport. Was a visitor Here with relatives Sun Dav and monday. I or. And mrs. Bert Waters of Post-1 Ville were Over Friday to visit mrs. J Sam Waters or. Melvin Ewing and family and mrs. Lyle French were Deborah shoppers saturday afternoon. I will Hager and family of Ludlow moved thursday into part of the Al a Bert Depping House. Or. And mrs. Phil Brou Het return \ de wednesday from a visit with their children at Deborah. Mrs. Iverson returned to Deborah monday after a several weeks stay Here caring for the sick. Or. And mrs. George Wolfe were at Home to about Twenty of their friends saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Francis Padden of Freeport spent thursday afternoon at the Home of his parents. Mrs. Dora Meikle returned Here saturday after a two weeks visit at Austin Minnesota and Myron Archie Crabtree and family from near Deborah visited among relatives tuesday and wednesday. Rev. Peck went to Postville wednesday afternoon where he conducted the funeral services of mrs. Lloyd Harris. Or. And mrs. George Waters and mrs. John Waters were Over from Postville wednesday to visit mrs. Sam Waters. A Large crowd of relatives and friends went to Postville wednesday afternoon to attend the funeral of mrs. Llyod Harris. Mrs. Sam Hoesly went to Deborah monday for a visit with relatives and j for there returned to her Home at j Monroe Wisconsin. Mrs. Leona Sneider returned to Waterloo thursday after several j weeks visit Here with her Mother mrs. Mary Schoonmaker. J Raymond Fitzpatrick and family of i Mcgregor have moved onto the farm with his Mother which he will help Woi k the coming year. I the willing workers will meet with i mrs. Hizel Brandt thursday March j 18. A picnic dinner will be served and ill Are invited to attend. Or. And mrs. Tim. Vick of Bethel list week Hing called Here by the illness of Vick s Moth j or. Mrs. Sam Waters or. I will Padden or. And mrs. Roma j Padden. Or. And mrs. Herb Padden i and Lyle and mrs. Charles Jones j visited relatives at Freeport Friday i mrs. Rachel Birdsell received the is that her granddaughter mrs.1 Henry Anundson of Estherville had been operated on for appendicitis recently. Mrs. Norman Vick and mrs. Roy Gremm returned to their Homes near Deborah the first of the week after a visit with their parents or. And mrs. Phil Brouillet. Mrs. Chester Meeker and children j returned saturday from a ten Days stay at Charles City Chester accompanied them Home and we understand has stopped working for he Hart Parr co. There. Clarence Monroe of Castalia has rented the Charley Hendrshot House a ind has been moving his household 1 goods Over the past week. He will i work for John Finnegan on the farm the coming season. Or. And mrs. Herbie Padden and Yle and mrs. Charles Jones arrived j Here wednesday from Minneapolis for i visit with their Nar its or and i mrs. Roma Padden they made the no by Auto and left saturday for i Waterloo for a further visit with relatives before going to Chicago will make heir future s so a much be r your jewelry and your valuable papers Are sol much safer in a Safe Deposit Box. In fact you can All but forget them knowing that when Youj do want them they will be awaiting you. Better j get one today. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa we will handle Brand Call and look at samples and let us Book your needs. The Best is the cheapest when it comes to seeds. The Farmers store g. G. Sander agent Job work promptly and neatly done at Herald office Luana school notes. Luana and Osage were winners in sectional tournament held at Char Les City. Luana wins in class b. The first game Luana played Lime Springs. The game was a fast one the score being 36-14 in favor of Luana. The second game was played with the fast Marble Rock five. The final score was 35-24. The final game we played Elma. It was a nip and tuck affair from Start to finish. At the end of the first half the score stood 8-4 in favor of Elma but in the second half Luana came Back Strong. At the end of the last half Luana was hitting goals and the score stood 19-15 in favor of Luana. Overbeck and Radach starred having High scores. Osage played Nashua in the finals for class a championship. The game was one of the hardest fought games in the tournament. It ended a tie 20-20. A three minute Over time period was played and the score stood 22-22. Fifth and sixth Grade notes. The fifth and sixth grades wrote imaginary Telephone conversation for their English classes Friday. It was interesting to note How Many different types of conversation were written. The Sophomore girls were composition the Best in the fifth Grade judges and chose Avis Breitsprec hers a ind Ilo Sheffett s was Given first place in the sixth Grade. Lone lamborn has been absent from school because of illness. We Hope that soon we shall see her Back with us. Frances Erb was chosen As the Best speller of 5th, 6th, 7th and 8th grades. She will represent our school at the spelling contest at Elkader. The Grade music classes have been busily interested in their artist note books. Up to Date we have studied John Mccormack Enrico Caruso am Elita Galli Curci Frances Alda Fritz Kriesler Jos Cha Heifetz Seiglie rach of Naidnoff and ignore Jan Paderewski. During the next few weeks we plan to study composers conductors and instruments of the orchestra. Even though the ground is covered with Snow we Are learning Spring sings in hope3 they will bring Spring soon. Where they Homes. Mrs. Sam sunday mailings fron that medical skill and Loving hands could do proved of no Avail. Or. Kes Ell of Ciesco was called in consultation thursday with or. Kelleher of Postville and a trained a a a Iverson ters jr., passed away he 7th, after a week s pneumonia. Every think a trained nurse mr.-, of Deborah has been constantly at her bedside and on saturday another nurse was called to assist her but god willed it other and called Hor Home. We Are out further particulars As the Date for the funeral has not been set As they Are waiting to hear from relatives from away. Ways i with fresh frui1 is Good for growing boys always keep a dish of fresh fruit about the Hou where the children May help themselves at m time. It supplies in the proper form the needed mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son political announcements. For county recorder recorder of Alla Makee f my a Fulce of of Thi Tion. E voters at the june Prim Ary elec Why suffer those Acnes and pains come to Postville take treatments and be cured. O. A. Dinael Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa d. D. for supervisor january 1, 1927, term j to the voters of Clayton county. I desire to announce that i am a candidate for the office of member of the Board of supervisors for the i term beginning january 1, 1927, on i the Republican ticket subject to your i approval at the monday june 7th, primaries. Atch it in time for l 0 Smith. T county auditor i hereby announce myself o lican candidate for cd j v Repuk Alla Makee county Annfa ? a

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