Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
26 May 1921

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26 May 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Postville, Iowa Page four. Thursday May the la Stville a Jerald Rostov title Iowa. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa  capital $100, hj0 surplus s10, h 0 $ Why risk them Why risk losing your dollars by carrying them around in your pocket or hiding them in your Home v it is just As easy to carry a neat pocket Check Book As it is to carry the currency itself and it is infinitely More Businesslike to do so. Pay your Bill by Check Tho modern efficient Way. If you Havon t a chocking account open one today. We pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits for 6 or 12 months Postville Herald w a. J. Tin Focil publisher ofk1ceks h. H. H. . President o. Tieu Chor. Cashier f. I. Williams. Vice president Geo. W. Fay assistant cashier directors Douglass h. S. Luhman Lohn Waters Geo. Kohlmann f i. Williams c. W l. O. Lieu her John c. Weihe we. Harris Meier it Lee. $4.00 per Cut All subscriptions payable strictly la Advance. Advertising Rale eard tent on application a forets a re Prev a Tutu a a the. American press association Knoten to at Llic Post he at a Ostillie Lown As class Uusi matter. Thursday., May 26, 1921 nearby correspondence Luana. Sunt lows miss Dunn Domestic science miss Macvey a principal miss Flonoy. 6th and Goth Rurie teacher Are planning to return in the tall.  or and mrs. Ben Overbeck and children and miss Amelia Overbeck were Decorah shoppers saturday. Also guests at the Home of mrs. Magnus Nail. The terrys of Waukon and a Torville and or. And mrs. Swart of Waukon with their relatives from overseas were sunday guests of the Rosenborg and Dolgun families. They say that this week s picture it the movie House is a sure cure for the blues. We understand that the management is putting on an extra reel hits week a moving picture made at Castalia by All local Talent under the management of the Tatro Bros and nil for no extra admission. To Bank Villa. Geo. Lundt was an Ossian visitor thursday. Will Stock made several trips to Postville last week. Mrs. Dora Meikle is sewing for mrs. Walter Pilgrim. Prank Llu Luuri was a Decorah visitor Friday afternoon. 0. D. Tollman of Der Orch was a caller it the farm Friday. Charley biotin lot and wife wore Decorah visitors monday. Melvln Ewing of Decorah wan caller in town monday morn i s Oscar Padden visited relatives in Decorah from Friday until sunday. Deo. Lundt made u trip to Postville after goods for Tho store Friday i Ferdinand ill Amer and wife were visitors saturday after it May be More difficult to suggest an attractive menu when the Mercury is High but we can do it. There Are lots of dishes that Are reasonable now if you use groceries that Are pure and fresh. We guarantee you Here the Best the Market affords. Give us a Chance. Geo. J. Meier & co. Groceries mrs. A. J. Splies transacted business at Monona saturday. Mrs. Mae Mollis is spending a few Days at the Ray Burnham Home. Harriett and Myrtle Kussell transacted business at Monona on monday. R. Madison has been doing a Fine Job of House painting for Henry Krain Heer. Or. And mrs. Henry Krambeer were visitors at the Walter leviness Home sunday. We. Landt and r. Madtson have put in nic6 Cement walks along their property. Rev. And mrs. Kumpf and son were sunday guests at the John Krambeer Ruth music visited mrs. Leigh Mathews at Farmersburg on tuesday evening. Miss Elizabeth Kamps left tuesday for Minneapolis to visit her sister. Mrs. Hansen. Mrs. Leo. Lindroth. Mrs. j. Ulies and Hilda Kamps were at Postville thursday. Or. And mrs. John Gruel and children were business callers at Monona monday at to noon. Miss Amy Oldag was a guest of mrs. Leigh Mathews at Farmersburg from tuesday until thursday. Or. And mrs. We. Binge Hacen  nil daughter Mabel visited at the Herman Knuth Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Win. Bugenhagen and daughter Mabel visited at the Herman Knuth Home sunday. Or. And mrs. B. F. Overbeck Frances and Donald were business callers at Postville wednesday. Miss Minnie Krambeer spent wednesday and thursday with her brother. Hen Krambeer. And family. Or. And mrs. Has. Russell. Lola and Doris Davis visited at the Arthur Davis Home saturday and sunday. Several of the neighbors and Rel a fives helped mrs. Kamin celebrate her birthday anniversary saturday Nolfi t. Miss genre Wal Al of a Oatville a is the Guet of her Cousin. Frances Verbeck. From thursday until sat Urdaz. Or. And mrs John grim and children were sunday afternoon Nite its at the Huebner Home at Postville. Or. And mrs. Arthur Hunt and or. And mrs. Fred Ernst of Minneapolis Are visiting at the Chester Peirson Home. Supt. Lewis aril miss Novey. With the High school arid 7th and St grades enjoyed an Outing at Decorah Friday. Mrs. Pose Hertt left tuesday noon for Waukon to meet her Mother and other relatives who have just arrived from Poland. Or. End mrs. W. J. Ships and piece Helen Truman and mrs. M " Onnlee Ami son Bart nut oed to it. At Vinson sunday. Misses Dunn. Fee Nev. Music ii of hike enjoyed an Outing at Mcgregor before Roiner to their Homes for the summer vacation. The methodist ladies Aid will serve supper from five o clock until All n a served in the in fun Hall on saturday evening. May 28th. Or. And mrs. Fred Kruse and daughter mrs. Henry Rekow with or. Brownson went to town pity seeking medical advice for mrs. Kruse who is in poor health. Or. And mrs. John splies or. And mrs. Win. Hubacher and children of Monona and or. And mrs to. H. Schultz and daughter visited at the Fred splies Home sunday afternoon. The w. Castalia. A. W. Kramer departed for Dix " a Iii. Thursday. Mrs. Roy alien entertained club Friday afternoon. The c. W. W. Met with mrs c. Winn. Friday afternoon. A daughter was born to or. And mrs. Philip Kobriger. May 17th. Memorial Day will be observed on monday with appropriate exercises. Miss Elizabeth Schweinefus returned Home from West Union Friday i mrs. Dennis Scully and sons motored from Strawberry Point sunday. Or. And mrs. De Hanson and Rov were Over sunday visitors it Cedar rapids. Mrs. Will Baltz and Irene visited rely ties at Postville the latter part of the . And mrs. Will Garrison and on of Fayette spent sunday with mayor Albright and wife. Mrs. C. C. Thornton came Down from Farmington. Minn. Saturday to visit at the Earl Reeves Home. Mrs. Rose o boy and Fred. Mrs Tony o Bov and Bert Harvey motored to Decorah monday afternoon mrs. M. P. Riggs went to Minneapolis list week to see her new grandson at the Chas. Markhan Home. The Castalia Colon sunday school will observe children s Day june 5th. The program begins at 7 45 p. M. Or. And mrs. W. H. Haefner attended commencement exercises at Garner last we Eli. Their daughter was one of the graduates. Mrs. Tony o boy of Brockton. Mass. Came up from St. Louis saturday to visit mrs. Rose o boy and family. She departed monday night for Brooklyn n. Y., to visit her Mother. Mrs. D. E. In Rev had her face burned unite badly wednesday Forenoon but it is doing nicely now. She put a pail contain unit water and tightly covered on the stove to heat when she raised the cover the contents of the pall exploded in her fice. The remains of mrs. John Wilson a resident of this Vicinity Many veers ago. Were brought Here tuesday from Waterloo for burial. Ser a ices were held in the v. B. Church . Hayes officiating. The do ceased was an aunt of Frunk and red Kneeskern. And Max s photo play theatre co. Commencement exercises. The commencement exercises of Castalia High school will be held at the opera House Friday evening the class play blundering Billy will he presented. Following is the cast of characters Ezra Tuttle Wilder Buddenburg Billy Butler Blake Albright Lieut. Griswold Elmer schult7 Hank Dibble Merle Stee sing toy Alva Winn Dorothy Tuttle Maree Harvey Clarissa Burnham Marie Haefner woo san Esther Allen Farmersburg. $440.00 f. 0. B. Detroit  we represent the most to Orough and up Odate motor car factory in the world turning out the Best All round car on the Market today the most adaptable to every need of every class of people. The Ford service organization of which we Are a Branch is the most extensive As Well As the most intensive organization of its kind in existence consisting of Over 18,000 service stations in the United states. It is our duty to uphold the High ideals of the Ford organization in this territory to deliver cars promptly As possible to give Quick and thorough repair service and courteous treatment to All customers. Ruckdaschel Brothers Ford service and sales station. Postville Iowa s program Castalia May 28 Luana May 29 Mclean & Mae in Mary s ankle a comedy of errors summer groceries-1 we have them and they re fresh  at that. Barrel herring Peanut butter Large prunes in 5-Pound sealed tins and whatever Falls in this line. Try Gold Palace flour Postville Farmers co operative society i Farmers Trade at your own store 1  Herble Moon of Wagner was a caller at will Moon s sunday. Or. And mrs. Hale Corlett spent sunday afternoon at the Geo. Darrow Home. Las Brown of Cresco is visiting his sister mrs. Otto fuelling since Friday. E. P. Wessel of Edgewood was a caller at the Fred Dickman Homo on monday. Or. And mrs. Fred Koth of Luana spent sunday afternoon with mrs. Sophie Koth. Or. And mrs. Lou Engelhardt of Luana spent sunday at the Dan Reardon Home. Or. And mrs. John Schrooder of Wagner spent sunday at the Home of James Mathews or. George Mary and Louisa Walter of Wagner were sunday afternoon callers at the Henry waiter Home. Or. And mrs. Hugo Vogt and yrs Jessie Jones and family spent saturday evening at the will Moon Home. Herman Klingenberg and Henry Luebbers Are digging Tho cellar for the new residence of mrs. Will fuelling. A number from Here went to Mcgregor sunday to see the Ball game and Tho human spider scale the highest building in town. Prof. Wessel of Edgewood and miss Williams of Mcgregor returned to their Homos saturday having concluded the year s school work Here. To St. John s lutheran Church. Next sunday English services at 10 30 a. In. Everybody Welcome. G. F. Brain d. A Castor. A lot j a. Campbell explain the new participating fire insurance policy. It will pay you.-Eow-33. Waukon noon. C. H. Waters Kenneth were Postville visitors saturday evening. Charley Barrett and family Ana f. Miller were Ossian visitors saturday. Mrs. Walter Pilgrim Florence and Evelyn were shopping at Ossian on saturday. George Moore and family of Cle. Mont were sunday visitors at the Charley Barrett Homo. Or. And mrs. T. J. Crawford of Decorah were visitors at Fred a tors Over saturday night. Frank Boitman came Over from Postville monday to do some paper ing Tor hts brother Sherman. I or. And mrs. Louie Fulke and Errol of Ravena were entertained at the l. C. Spaun Home sunday. A party of the Young folks in loved themselves at n Welner roast in Crawford Grove monday evening. A Large crowd from Here went to Decorah sunday and enjoyed a picnic dinner at the .1. A. Pock Home. Oscar Padden his a very sore Arm which was injured by being caught la an automobile door sunday. Mrs. Len Hemm Wiigs is very 111 with Gall stones and several doctors were called for consultation in the Case. Frankville played the Decorah j Moose team at Freeport sunday of j Vernoon and won the game by a 11 j to 2 score. I l mrs. Fred Swartz returned to her Home at Green Island. Iowa. Wed 1 mesday after a visit at the o. F. Miller Home. I miss Wilda Kneeskern returned Here saturday evening from a weeks stay at the Fred Kneeskern Home near Castalia. Or. Sawyer came Over from Waukon Friday afternoon after ills daughter Dora who was a Home visitor in Elf sunday. Miss Vesta Webster came wednesday from Cedar ital is for a vis it with her father Jim Webster and other relatives. Mrs. Earl la Van room went to lie Corah monday to make the of her new Nephew at the Melvln Ewing Home. Las. Kneeskern received the sad news of the death of his sister.,mrs. A addle Wilson who passed away at her Home in Waterloo sunday. Mrs. W. Baker came Down Fredr. From Decorah and her daughters. Lillian and Dorothy accompanied her Home for an Over sunday visit. Simon Fasse of Sheboygan Falls. Wis., and miss Lena Burkhardt of Plymouth. Wis., were guests at the Albert Deppong Home several Day last week. Albert Deppong and family were Waukon visitors Friday evening and his sister Christine who has been there several weeks return with blk. Chris Waters left wednesday for Winona Lake Indiana where he is attending the meeting of the Gen eral Assembly As a Delegate for this presbytery. Lyle French Anil wife anted to Oelwein sunday to take or. And mrs. Tom French and Onich who left there for Kansas City to where Tom will take. Treatment at a Hospital Charley Beebe. Maurice Beebe and wife and or. And mrs. J. W. Reede returned to Thor Home at Oelwein and Herble Padden to Waterloo on monday evening Anor several Days visit at the Roma Padden Home. Mrs. Ruth Steirer will entertain  he w. A. T. It. At her Home thurs Day afternoon of this week. The evening meet nor which was to have been held at mrs. Lottie Pili rom has been nost Pono t Tell thursday evening june nth. Henry of Postville and Crew of men Are Nutting the stucco on the Community Church which they were unable to finish last fall on account of Tho cold weather or. Gllbert of Osslyn came Down on tuesday to assist them. The burying ground association held their annual business meeting at Tho Church monday evening. The following officers were reelected Presl dont Hohti Waters Secretary Sherman Bollman treasurer Arthur Brandt Sexton Chris Waters. Sol George beam Ohema m Amii Hon from Uta lift of our a a Ais moulded a Page Fol a we distributed by Robertjom-couq59 = Castalia june 4  Luana june $ Luana Vulcanizing works tires tubes and accessories. We repair Ulrea tubes rubber boots hot water bottles Etc. Second hand tires from $4.00 up according to size. We want your work. Will Nelson proprietor Luana Iowa if you have Only a few for it larger divestment employment of your fun it is the Public spirited do to keep All of you 5 per cent interest death of mrs Kiesau florentine Henriette Kiesau Nee Fasse was born in Luppo Detmold Germany on the 17th of july is a. At the age of eight years she came with her parents Brothers and Sisters to America locating on a farm near the town of Herman Sheboygan co., wis. In 18 10 she was United in marriage to Henry Kiesau of Franklin. Wib. Tho lord blessed this Union with seven children six sons and one daughter. One of the sons William preceded the parents in death. About 4 0 years ago Tho Kiesau family came to Iowa making their Home on a farm near Frankville. About two years and a half ago her husband was taken from her Side and mrs. Kosau made her Home with her children. Last wednesday afternoon Mother Kosau was suddenly taken 111 and was called to her Hoo Vonly Reward the same evening at Tho age of 70 Vears 10 months and one Day. Those who mourn Hor loss Are nor children August of California or. F. W. Kiesau of Postville Henry and Gustave near Frankville Herman of Montana and mrs. Anna Beeber of Waukon also sixteen grandchildren and one great grandchild two Brothers and Many other relatives and friends. The funeral services were held sunday afternoon May 22nd, at. The Salom reformed Church the pastor Rov. Stuebbe preached the Sermon from John 10 27-28, and a Largo crowd followed her to her last Resu ing place. Relatives from away who were present were her son Herman of Montana u brother Simon Fasse of Sheboygan fulls wis a Niece Mesa Lena Burkhardt of Plymouth wis and or. Of w. Kiesau and family of Postville. Postville " state Bank. Capital the Bank of service & safety a Fly advertisement from re Caile Serm special edition wanted for the summer wide open unscreened Porchus and windows. For Tho Assurance of such conditions we will guarantee to deliver with the assistance of our allies mosquitoes to humans 95,000, 000 unseen germs of typhoid and malaria daily. The germ distributing Assoc a twit flies and mosquitoes. Stop them keep them out. Health and Comfort demand that your House be properly screened. Don t wait until your House is infected with insects make it Fly proof now. Protect with Pearl costs a trifle More at first but lasts longer so costs much less in the end. Specify Pearl wire its smooth metallic coating is a guarantee of Beauty and i011& life. Insist on the genuine two Copper wires in j the Selvage and our round tag on every Roll glad to show it. Don t wait screen now e. P. Durn0 hardware heating and plumbing Sand and grave we Are pleased to advise 3 of that we have completed the installation of one of the most up to Date Electrio driven a washing and screening plants in the stale of Iowa and we Are producing washed and screened Saud and gravel in any size or mixture that you want. The test we have from the Experiment station at Ames is second to none. Anyone interested in Sand and gravel Call or write t Clermont Brick and Sand company c. C. Miller vice president Clermont to 1 bring us your poultry and of no. One eggs top Price per dozen dirtiest checks Small and stale less 11 open wednesday and saturday evenings. Northern Iowa produce company a if sufi

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