Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
8 Nov 1918

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8 Nov 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100, undivided profits Over $19,000 our methods Are thorough and conservative our resources abundant and our stability and trustworthiness beyond question. We will look carefully after your banking interest and treat you with every Courtesy and consideration. Order a Box in our customers vault in the new Bank. Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription Price. $1.50 Pervear All subscriptions jul Able strictly in Mir Iii a. Advertising Rati raid sent on in Ink Nylon. Entered at Trio Post Ollie p at i of Stville. Iowa As second class mail waiter. Friday november 8, 1918 Iowa s War governor reelected obituary. Speak for a Box in the vault of our new Bank we pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months.  officers Violet Elizabeth Mur Dan. J Violet e. Marston was bom cd i Ber 29. 1ss8, and passed away at Jhel farm Home near Postville october 21, j i 1918, aged Twenty nine years. She s was the second daughter of mrs. the u the a. F. Marston. She Teres i to Mem her less a Mother two Brothers Euclid c. And Jay Al c a and two Sisters Vera c. And Daisy i Miriam. Funeral was held from the Home j and made in to Vilk i cemetery where a Brief service was conducted by Rev. Williams of Post a vile. I miss Marston graduated from the j Postville High school in 1904 and Ore i year later entered Cornell College at i mount Vernon. From the Liberal arts course of this institution she in was graduated in 1302. While in col Liege she was n member of the ale Chc i an literary society taking always an Headquarters when in town use this Bank As Headquarters use our desks stationery Telephone Etc and feel that you Are Welcome. We want you to make this your banking Home. It Postville state bark Cavita Suinn us and myopia s i too h it we. U i i it Sui Niit. F. Meier a. Irico pros it a directors w. Roberts we. Leui we. H. We tha c. F. My nor a. L. Petewon o. Sui Ailt a. K. Kp.-,-.relection returns. H. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. O. Beucher cashier c. E. 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 i i the Postville meat Market i a a. Spaugy proprietor i a fresh smoked and pickup meats. Sausages of All kinds. In game and fish in season.  we pay the highest Market prices for heavy butchering Stock egg so poultry and hides. Standard phone no. 4 1 car of new York Winter apples this week baldwins. Tallman sweets. Kings greetings Llu setts. Spies and. Others. Leave your order at the store Tor a barrel Sweet potatoes Apple cider Kraut and oysters Thoma Brothers Postville Iowa Liggett s and Funke s chocolates oysters purity ice Cream 5 of you could realize As thousands of others have Learned what a Cor fort it is to be freed from All the work and bother of stove and to have real Furnace heat in your Home you would have a Mueller pipe Leas in your House without delay. The Mueller pipe Lett a the most efficient economical end dependable of All the Pielesa furnaces on the Market because it is scientifically Correct in design. It a bold under the Iron Clad guarantee of one of too largest and Best known Furnace manufacturers with More than sixty years experience in making heat ing systems Cfall kinds. Ment. She also took an Active part j in girls athletics winning College j honors As a member of the girls Basket Ball team. This interest in girls athletics she continued to maintain j by voluntarily accepting charge of the girls sports in most of the High i schools with which she was Assoc a i ted. Upon her graduation from College she began her duties As a High school instructor and As such she won the love and admiration of both students and townspeople. To the class room As a teacher she carried _ i her popularity and efficiency won is a student in College with professors and fellow students. I of Fly her first teaching was in the High g j school at Bird Island Minn. Since s Thim she has taught at Manchester b i Postville Alexandria  s. D., and at g Hampton. Iowa at which test named i place she had been teaching this g year. During these years of teach-2 ing she has at different times taken i i work at the University of Wisconsin. It was Here that she spent the past 8 summer in answer to thy urgent de Mand for French in High school. A Here she supplemented her thre i 5 \ year s course in this language re a Cei Ved at Cornell that she might be better fitted to take charge of this work in the Hampton schools during the present year. Tributes in Loving remembrance of miss Violet Marston Are in evidence by the Beautiful Flowers and th-2 Many sympathetic letters from dear friends received by the family All a bearing words of esteem and endearment. Her character of Sterling qual ites her amiable and cheerful disposition won for her friends every where. No matter when or when met. One was always greeted with smile for she was Ever the same Sweet girl. I As a Friend she was a Cor Fidan and a Counselor tried and True a com Panion Ever ready to share alike in sorrow As Well As in Joy. I As a teacher and a Leader by he words and her living example she i reef cad her pupils in choosing the Best and in getting the Best possible out of j life and living. She urged them to do j that which would help them to love j and appreciate the Beautiful and the i Good in All things thus helping Many j Young people to get started in life with High ideals with an eams St Pur i pose and a determined Effort to succeed. How truly but a reflection of her own inner being her life was an inspiration to All who came under her influence. She possessed an in exhaustible patience firmly Bali evening in the ultimate Victory of truth and j righteousness. While the years were j numbered her work was Well done and the great Harvest of her labors shall go in and on Over to the end. By affiliation miss Marston was a member of the m. E. Church at Alexandria. Not Content to do Only her school work she took an Active part in Church and philanthropic circles. She believed in the practical teachings of christianity and incorporated these principles into her daily life. No one Ever put into practice More than she the commandment love thy neighbor As her efforts were an untiring Devotion to the welfare of others in Charity and Loving kindness. She was also a member of the order of Eastern Star at Alexandria. By the teachings of the order her Powers to Benefit Mankind were not Only enriched and enlarged but found expression there. Though the Golden Chain be broken the parting is but temporal the meeting eternal in the land where death comes not. To her family in the Home Circle where began and was nurtured these Beautiful traits of character in the Home where she is Best known and Best loved she is endeared by All the ties that make life Worth living. Here the presence of her Lif 3 still lingers to bless to cheer and to Comfort in memories too tender and too sacred to find expression Here. The Heartfelt sympathies of the entire Community Are extended to the bowed family in the lonely Days of their sorrow. Tuesday nov. 5, 1918, will go Down in history As the quiet at election Day since Abraham and Isaac rushed the can. But it seems the Public did not Tak president Wilson s advice to return a democratic majority to the Hoise and Senate but threw the majority Over on to the Republican Side and two Days later old Kaiser Bill unconditionally surrendered. The following Telegram to the Herald this thursday morning from chairman Rawson of Bho Republican state Contra committee tells the result in the state and shows that the foreign language proclamation of gov. Harding did t sit Well on the consciences of the foreign born but he got there just the same. Here is the Telegram Des Moines. Iowa nov. A 1 1s. Willliam Klingbeil care Herald Postville Iowa. Harding carries Stata by at least thirteen thousand. State ticket runs ahead of governor. All eleven Republican congressmen elected. Hay National Chirman advises Senate is Republican by six House by thirty majority c. A. Rawson. Post township Polind 33-1 votes-178 Republican 12 democratic 2 socialist 1 prohibition and eight defective. For u. S. Senator Kenyon r-209 Keyes d-90. For governor Harding r-17s Porter for Congress Haugen r-1s6 Campbell d-106 d-124. For stats representative Batman r-104. For county auditor Kolsrud 183 Kelly 101. For treasurer Thorsen a 202. For clerk of Cou t Rol in 125 Toncy 170. For sheriff " 170 Svebakken 130 for recorder Klefos 123 Purdy 105. For county attorney Eaton i so Day ton 104. For county supervisors Clark. 162 Weihe 142. Megorden 155 Roma 113. Don t ruin a Good Battery this Winter if you put up your car for the Winter Don t make the mistake o leaving the Battery in it. It May mean the ruin of the Battery. Why take a Chance when for a nominal charge we will take the proper care of your hat i Tery during the Winter and have it ready for you when you want it in the Spring. If you drive your car during the Winter Stop in or write us for information on the care you should give your Battery. Careful courteous inspection and Square Deal repair service on any Battery of any Nike. My Mcneil & Hans of. Fira door West of new Bank Postville Iowa we a Rel Maulit. Pun for supreme judges Mcginnis 49 Preston 97 nor 77. For District judges Springer 199 Taylor 185 79. Gay Houck you want to be sure you Are getting the Pielesa Furnace that will give you the most service and satisfaction come in and let a show you Why the Matur it that one. E. P. Durno hardware dealer heating plants a specially for township officers the following were unanimously elected without the slightest opposition Ai of whom arc Republican for Constable a. A. Bellows and George Waters. For trustee 2 year term a. Harris. For trustee 3 year term Behrens. Of trustee 4 your term a. M. Harris. For township clerk Geo. S. Tut tie. For township assessor a Webb. I�1 in i of " we carry in Stock a Complete line of fresh groceries fruit baked goods candies tobacco and cig i and solicit a share of your patronage. Our Lea Cream sodas sundaes aria soft drinks Are pleasing All. Short order lunches at All hours. M. Arthurd Semi official majorities in the co. Are As follows. Tonev clerk 571-. Kelly auditor 117. Meg Orden supervisor 171. Haugen Congress 465. Porter governor 233. Clark supervisor 700. Rumph sheriff 1200. Klees recorder 800. For District judges Springer and Taylor have been elected the latter s majority in the District is from 1,000 to 1,200. My hold your Liberty Bonds. Card of thanks. We wish to extend our sincerest thanks and grateful appreciation to some get Rich Quick concerns Are endeavouring to persuade patriotic Liberty Bond holders whom they know will not sell outright their Liberty Bonds to turn Over their Liberty Bonds to these companies As secur Ity for a loan and with the thus borrowed Purl base Stock in the companies. A Liberty loan Bond is the safest investment in the world and a prudent Man will very carefully investigate any Effort to induce him to sex a. ,,1.vt.�u.w,. A change it for a less Safe investment i 11? f s of f6 t13 0t Sta h and i this lond into Money on Uharte All other friends for their Many Floral Bonds As Security to Purchase is sympathy in this hour of our deep sadness. Mrs a. F. Marston and United War work Campaign november h to 18. In the Lender s company is in Many cases Only a thinly disc used method. Of exchanging Stock of doubtful value i for Liberty Bonds of unquestioned i value. It is a Good business and it is Pitri Elul Yor a a Fth heart blk tax a Uelli cd Vul Fol Ouam to hold to your libel to Bomis Job t unix United War work Campaign program the Campaign begins on Alondo morning november 11, and ends r Midnight of monday november 1j is approved by

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