Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
3 Nov 1921

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3 Nov 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1921, Postville, Iowa Page four the Postville Herald Postville Iowa. Thursday no Emsee 3, 1921, citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 surplus $10,000 optimism one of the a greatest business assets most needed now is conservative optimism. No crowing Enterprise has yet been big enough to do without it. This country is on a sound financial basis. All it needs is for everyone to Start doing business As nearly Normal As possible Anil Numey will loosen up. Save part of your earnings and Deposit it in this Bank. It will a Sivc you a foundation on which to build Success we pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits for 6 or 12 months Postville Herald k w to. 1. Klin Heil publisher so Schumon Price. Iowa. Wisconsin Illinois Minnesota. North and South. Dakota and i Missouri $2.00 per year in ath. Albert of Gareiss came up from Ames to attend the funeral of his Uncle. Cans. Meyer of Postville saturday. Miss Ada Grancer and Herman Sehar i were United in marriage by Rev. Harms at the parsonage oct. The. Or. And mis. H 1. Meyer attended the la wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Chris Sal Fie her at to Iville sunday. Walter sub till had his Arm Hurt wednesday while a Roddini Corn but no hones were fir Ken. The Belt broke striking him in the Arm. Miss Mabel me Willums and two trial friends of Minneapolis visited at the m. P. Citrus Home the latter part of the week. They came by Auto. Casalla is to have a splendid four umber course this season. This will be Good news lovers of Elean Eilus Lional entertainment last tuesday the adult Bibb class sent As a a if from the i dior. Sunday school a barrel of canned fruit to the children s Home in de Moines. Season tickets to the lyceum course will Cit $ 1.t.11 for adults and tic for children up to 1". Years of Aire. Children under Elp it ears of age do not require tickets. Tickets Are now on Sale through the committee composed of All the live business men of castalia._1 a a halloween hold tip. Bring us your poultry and eggs no. One eggs top Price per dozen dirtiest checks Small and stale less open wednesday and saturday evenings. Northern Iowa produce company a. manager give me a Chance to think All right. That Chance will be during the week of november 7th to 12th. During that week take a Little time and go Over in your mind the Many things your Home town paper has done is doing will continue to do for your Home town. Think about it seriously. Think whether or not stood loyally by at All times when the Community s Champion has needed financial and moral support. Think whether or not you have always done your duty by the town s Best Friend. Think How much better your Home town Saper could do if each citizen were As Loyal to As it is to them. Think of some one far away who would enjoy the weekly visit from the old Home town paper then hand in a subscription for that faraway Friend. If you Are not now a subscriber be one. " subscribe for your Home town paper week november 7-12 a hold up at Arlington was reported tuesday Ivor Nizik the victim Heina voting or. Raw son and tree yogini a men were lodged in the county Tail that evening As a result hut the situation is not Lull cleared up. Says the West 1 Aioli Argo. Or. Itu son has a brain tumor which renders him peculiarly liable to had effects from excitement. He reported that about 7 o clock monday evening three men with Hunn kerch left Over their faces stopped hint in Arlington about two bloc its from the business Center rifled hts pockets and handled him rim rely. Little of any Money value was taken and the affair looked u Koort Deal like a halloween prank with an unusual amount of rough stuff in it. Hut or. Rawson s physical condition made the offence look a Good Deal More periods to Arlington people who Are much worked up Over it. Or. Rawson is Jendor a doctor s care and was unable to he seen to he examined yesterday by the officers or to permit suspects to be brought before him for identification. A dragnet was put out and suspicion pointed towards three Young men living four Miles Southeast of Arlington Seneca and Erwis Phelps Brothers aged respectively is and 20 years and Bernard Orant. Aged 15. They were taken before Justice John Hutchison but no proceedings could be had on account of a or. Rawson s condition so the preliminary hearing is set for next monday at 10 o clock. Meanwhile the Bond for each has been fixed at $500, which they Are unable to give. Iowa s Church less town. There is great excitement in the town of Walcott la., 12 Miles West of Davenport. Cor the first time in the history of the Community it has a sunday school. It starts with 2 1 pupils. Walcott is unique in its religious sentiments. It has not a single Church Catholic or protestant and since the founding of the. Town More than fifty years ago. Its citizens have steadfastly refused to sup Pott or even tolerate a Church. Yet Walcott is a town of Fine Homes schools and Hanks. It recently erected a Public auditorium where Chautauqua and Otler educational affairs Are held i null a few years ago it had the distinction of being tire wealthiest cite per capita in the i United states. Hut the town does t want churches. In years Pust efforts have at various times Linen made to establish a Mission or Church in the place hut All have met with failure. The citizens simply a boycotted All such movements and sunday mornings closed their doors and windows to the peal of Church bolls. We love always had peace loyalty and order in our town without Clibur Cheri and Don t want this spirit disturbed " is the remark of a leading citizen in expressing the Community s opposition to churches. The sunday school Uay been organized by the Camp fire Orla under direction of mrs. It. J. Parish a woman with considerable experience in sunday school work frankv1lle. Or. And mrs. John Shuton visited at Obj Rynn Friday. Or. Und mrs. Tom doll Man Wero is Sunn its tors Friday. J. B. Kneeskern sold two loads of Hogg at Castalia wednesday. Archie Crabtree and wife visited Home folks at Decorah sunday. Charley Webster Antl Ronin Paul Den wore Decorah visitors Friday. Henry Moel Lortman of Lansing was a visitor at the farm the first of the week. Fred Hager and family of Ludlow visited his brother Otto mid wife on sunday. Or. And mrs. Ferdinand Helmer were Decorah visitors wednesday afternoon. T r. Kiesau of to Stville was Over several Days last week attending John anger. Will Stock had electric lights placed in his House Antl other buildings last week. Ray Waters went to Decorah saturday to attend the funeral of mrs. C. R. Williams. The w. C. T. V. Will meet with mrs. Caroline Letchford thursday evening. Nov. 10. Mrs. Rachel Birdsell enjoyed a vis it from mrs. Flora Birdsell the latter part of the week. F. T. Tulman and Henry Moeller Man were at per Oral on business monday afternoon. Miss Kiln Renz Tinann. A trained nurse from Postville. Has been Here caring for John linger. Mrs. Leo. Vanwey was Laid up several Days last week with rheumatism in one of her feet. Mrs. Mary flu Patrick and Helen and mrs. .1. J. Vanwey were Decorah shoppers tuesday. F. T. Raul Man and Rev. Peck went to Waukon monday to attend the funeral of or. Pullman s Cousin. Albert Depping and family arrived Home Friday after spending several weeks with relatives in Wisconsin. Or. And mrs. L. C. Spaun returned wednesday evening front several Davs stay at the Louie Felke Home. Geo. Letchford and wife left on thursday morning for their Home Al after a week s visit Here. Mrs. Trying Crawford and Leone and mrs. Lynn Crawford and children visited a Decorah thursday afternoon. Or. Rominger of Waukon came Over monday afternoon to consult with or. Kiesau of Postville Over John linger. Two ministers claiming to be from Waterloo were in town Friday soliciting Money for the Aid of an ii i Han s Home. Mrs. O Donnell and sons of new Albin moved onto the o. D. Tollman farm saturday which is vacated by j. K. Kneeskern. Archie Crabtree and Bride arrived hero tuesday from Decorah and will make their Home with the Groom s Mother for the present. Mrs. Melvin a Wing came Down from Decorah monday evening being called Here by the serious illness of her brother. Henry Hager. A Large crowd of relatives and friends gathered tit the Home of Fred Semi Weskamp and helped him celebrate his birthday Friday evening. Loren Soltker has been ill several Days with an attack of appendicitis and sunday morning was taken to the Postville Hospital where he was operated on monday morning. Mrs. Jennie my Antiro. Who was a guest of miss Jessie Meikle several Days left tuesday evening for a visit at Ludlow and Waukon before returning to her Home in Cresco. The halloween social on monday evening by the Young people s sunday school class was Well attended and a very enjoyable time was re ported by All. The proceeds Wen. A. The building committee met with the representative of a Des Moines firm wednesday evening to look at some new seats for the Church hut we understand they did not order any. Rev. Peck gave a lecture with stereo Ticon views on the Mission work in Southern California new Mexico and Colorado at the Church sunday evening which was very interesting. J. E. Kneeskern took Possession tuesday of the store to purchased of lower & Stock several months ago. The family have moved to the Village and will Stav with his parents for a time until the House the have rented is vacated. The w. C. T. V. Had n Verv pleasant meeting with mrs. Millie bul Man. Thursday afternoon. Articles o i child welfare work were Road and discussed by the members. A Dainty luncheon was served by the hostess at the close of the meeting. A special service will he held at the Church next sunday morning at which time n Large Bible will to presented As a gift from mrs. Tony Fremer in memory of her Mother mrs. Addie Wilson. Some appropriate songs will he Sung and everyone is urged to attend. The farm Bureau meeting held in the Community Church saturday evening was not very Well attended on account of the Stormy overling. County agent c. W. Dock miss Bertha Holden of Tho Iowa Stato College at Ames with several others Wero present and spoke on interesting topics. John Hager passed away monday evening. Oct. 31, 1021. At 11 o clock at the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Henry Hagor. After a week s illness. He was taken sick with Tho grip and from Tho first Little Hope was Given us his heart was so weak everything possible was done but his condition Rema nod Tho same until monday morning at 4 o clock when his illness terminated in brain fever and he Lay in a stupor from that time until death came. Tho funeral services will be held this afternoon at two o clock at Tho South Herman Church in Ludlow with burial at Tho same Placo. Further a to Eularh will to Given later. the millinery Sale of the season. Friday and saturday nov. 4 and s. One lot it $1. $2, $3, $4 and $5. Feathers from 2fic to $1.50. Ribbons no. 40, from 10 to 40c per Yard. Veils fico values at 2co, 150 hats to select from. 1 mrs. 11. W. Harnack. To card of thanks. We wish to thank the choir those who gave Bountiful Flowers and the Neihbors for their kind help during the bereavement of our Loving husband and father. Mrs. Chan. F. Meyer Ana children. 1uana, h o. Moore is painting he How. Mrs. Mason has Boon 111, hut is Somo better now. Miss Hottie Lundt transacted business it Postville Friday. Fleo. Lundroth. Will and and Hen Averbock Wero at Waukon saturday. Grandma Kamlin returned saturday evening from her visit at Rudd. Or. And mrs. Ernest roller and son spent sunday at Arthur Honn s. Mrs Herman Rekow and Beatrice Palas were at Monona Friday afternoon. Moral Hanson of Oelwein was a sunday guest it the Chas. Nichols Home. Misses Susan Chapman Antl Minnie Krambeer were Decorah visitors Friday. Rev. Aikman baptised the Lettl son of or and mrs. Arno Schroeder sunday. Or. And mrs. W. J. Lundroth and son were business callers at Mcgregor tuesday. Mrs. Mary Henderson was at re Kader Friday the guest of her Friend mrs. Oust Wylke. Mrs. .1. C. A Lennerts of Prairie Dpi Chien is visiting her aunt. Mrs. Marv Henderson. The lutheran ladles Aid was entertained at the Home of mrs. Minn Janue thursday. Or. And mrs. John Krambeer and son and miss Alma Landt were at Decorah thursday. Miss Hetty Landt came Down from Cresco Friday to visit Home folks a couple of weeks. Or. And mrs. C. 11. Overbeck returned wednesday from a few a s visit at . Carl her and daughter. Mrs. Jahnke. Visited their Neke and Cousin at Al Kadar Friday. Mrs. Leigh Mathews of Farmers Burg was a guest of miss Amy 01-Datt Friday and saturday. The John cruel. Ceo. Lundroth and Rev. Kuhn of families were sunday guests at Ren Overbeck s. Mrs. Mary Henderson was treated to a Rabbit dinner sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Phil free. Cladys Mathews of Farmersburg was the guest of miss Adeline Brandtman Friday and saturday. Little Ray Llonna spent saturday and sunday with his grandparents or. And mrs. Henry Honn at Monona. Or. And mrs. Will Turner and son of Cedar rapids have been guests of i or. And mrs. Ii. C. Krambeer the past week. Miss Lillian Doerring of Prairie Del Chien visited her grandparents. Or. And mrs John Krambeer saturday and sunday. Or. And mrs. Rosenberg have been at Waukon the past week. Miss Harriett Russell and Abraham to men Berg have been caring for tin store. Mrs. Could received word wednesday that her brother had drop Ped dead in his Yard. She and her. Daughter. Mrs. Arthur Honn. Went i to Decorah in the afternoon. The funeral was held thursday afternoon. Or. And mrs. W. K. I Ninny and or. And mrs. Cd Hierbaum and three children left for heir Home at Clearbrook. Minn. Thursday stopping at Rochester. Minn., to visit the hitter s relatives. consolidated Smook the English literature class had a test monday. The Sophomore English class finished the Reading of the ancient Mariner monday. School was closed monday and tuesday of last week in order that the teachers might attend the county Institute at in Leader. Most of the students who have been absent because of illness or in order to help with Corn picking have re entered school and Are now making up work. Tho High school program Friday evening was Well attended considering the weather and was a great Success. All numbers were Well received especially the club Drill by the 7th and St Grade boys and the Indian War dance by the High school girls. Harvey Christofferson s Solo was line and merited the encore he gave. Slides on poultry raising were shown at the close of the program. We wish to thank parents for their attendance and generous co operation. A number of girls have hiked fifty Miles and so earned the first letter on their emblems. A Hundred and fifty Miles must be covered in order to win the three letters. Tho emblems Are of purple Felt with a hiking shoe and the letters a. M. in Gold. A letter is Given for each fifty Miles. Tho following girls have now on the first letter Amanda Kamps Verlo Nichols Anna Berger Augusta Berger Adeline Brandtman Louise Lambert. Rita Lewis beat ice Palas and Florence Gonz. Our first orchestra rehearsal was held inst thursday evening. Or. Jungblut was Here Al Day giving lessons and conducted Tho evening rehearsal. The person Nello of the orchestra is rather different from that of last year. Tho members Are As follows violins miss Cullison miss Lowe Willard Kamlin. Collo miss Feeney. Cornets Archie Hinman Joe land. Clarinets a 11 1 i a m Doerring Emmet Shutto. Slide trombone miss Macuy Arno Lundroth. Saxophone Arnold Schutte. Drums Orlando Shefford. Piano miss Phillips. Tho girls Ili by evening Basket Ball practice was held tuesday. ---1-tt. Why the empty pulpits it is a Peculiar situation that there Uro hundreds of pastor less pulpits in the United stains. But it is noticeable that pulpits with a salary of from $2,000 to $5,000 attached Are filled. Tho pulpits that command a salary of $1,000 or loss Are Home of them vacant. Now Don t conclude that clergymen Are mercenary. If Tho compensation is not sufficient to pay the family Oxton i ses with Thrift Shoho who might preach look elsewhere for a Job. The labourer is worthy of his hire whether it he in Tho pulpit or else whore. The Story is told of a to get la Send Deacon who told his pastor that he should not consider his Small salary but that he should feed on souls. And the preacher replica that if to had to feed on souls the size of Tho Deacon s it would Renulfo 10,000 of Thorn for breakfast. One of the difficulties with Church Hud gats is the member Worth $50,000 who pays a paltry $20 per year Tor the support of the . Intensive farming includes careful financing. A Bank account is an essential Factor in it. This Strong Bank offers its splendid facilities and the Benefit of the experience of its officers and directors. 5 per cent interest paid on 6 or 12 a. Deposits Postville state Bank f  v capital Ido,ood.qo\ the Bank of service & safety at my residence in Postville on saturday november 5 commencing at 1 30 p. M. My residence property and household furniture dining room table to dining chairs 2 cupboards Schwin lieu lunch r Rik Vin chairs Center table Dresser. Commode a 1 to Spring bed lounge to rag carpets Small rugs. Uit Rhein Clairs Beddini. China dishes fruit jars Kitchen table Malm ill my will warm a boost your Booster nofky0"r a Booster but every one is thl k by to b0o8t for Bis Booster likes to in it p i imposed to boost because he the and in a a Reat measure that is so. The homw684 boo8tor in hi8tory� however apr Muat Combine with the was. ?lsl1?rjth0 boosting game the re or the a no Imprest res of business requires thl c2mmce of the boosting spirit be zjnul0 of How be town paper likes to dated. D ju8t As he to be App re or your appreciation be sex Bave eat s,3 thi8 own to Community will the Hsy a Ortun to t0 How appreciation for vember 7 i9wnif,Aper Duran a the week of no subscribe for your Home town paper week

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