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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1926, Postville, Iowa
The Postville Herald. Rofi Tville Iowa we Welcome the Young men we Welcome Young men to our Bank. Our experience has proved to us time and again that it is the Young men who Early form the habit of saving that later in life become the solid business men of the Community. Get the banking habit now learn How ave can help you and it will not be Long before you Start to reap the benefits. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 surplus $15,000 Postville Herald win. J. Klingbeil publisher Berte Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates it syjlay______30 cents per Inch locals readers. Legals 10c per line want ads.-,__�,____5 cents per line Cash with order on All mail orders. Fiir Ciuti advertising represent Auva the american press association 1 entered it the Post office at Post Lille Iowa As second class mail mat 1 Ter. J thursday november 18. 1926 Luana. Friday eve v Fada radio the world has never known such nearly perfect radio performance As is now available Thi Ough Fada Harmon ated reception. All our experience had not prepared us for such a revolutionary Advance in radio engineering. We want you to hear it whether you Are in the Market for radio or not it s so incredibly Superior to Ordinary radio. Come when you can make it today Fada Neu Rodyne receivers table and furniture models-8. 6 arid 5 Rube-s85 to s400. Fada Cone speaker table Type �35. Pedestal floor Type $50. Miller & Hein Black Hawk filling station Postville Iowa were saying Elliott Nelson spent ninja at Maynard. Grandma Kamps spent sunday with or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck. Or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg Auto de to Mason City saturday on Busi Ness. Rev. Kumpf conducted services at the lutheran Church at Castalia Sun Day afternoon. Mrs. Bertha splies visited her Sis Ter in Law mrs. Louise Meier at Post vile saturday. Mrs. Maria Gould of Monona was an Over night guest of her Friend is Bertha splies thursday. Or. And mrs. Carey Cayton Over saturday from Waukon hello to a few of their friends mrs. Catherine Koth was a week end visitor in the Home of her Dutrh Ter mrs. John reidel near Monona or. Bertha splies entertained mrs Clin Megonigle mrs. Mary Peterson and mrs. Maria Gould at dinner wednesday. Or. And mrs. Fred pains and Sam Bernolt and mrs. Bertha splies were Grue to Sunda a of or. And mrs h. W. Splies. Mrs Catherine Koth returned sat i urday from Prairie Dushien where j she spent a week with her son Harry j and family. Mrs. Mary Peterson mrs. Clin my i Monigle and mrs. Bertha splies were six o clock dinner guests of mrs. Clara j Haslip thursday. I a prenuptial parcel Shower was i Given in Honor of miss Malinda a schierholz daughter of or. And mrs j Elzer schierholz. At their Home wednesday evening. November 10, i Friday a number of the lutheran ladies met at the Home of mrs. Fred i Palas for the purpose of sewing for i the orphans at Waverly. By night three Large boxes were ready and j were sent at once. Luana school notes. Editors Leonard Chri Sifferson and Bernolt Palas. The juniors rings came saturday and they Are Well satisfied with them. Of course they Are a whole lot prettier than the seniors. The declamatory work is progressing very Good and most of the students have their piece Learned. The declamatory contest Wilt be held tuesday november 23. At the High school auditorium. Admission 15 ii 25 cents. Everybody Welcome. Oratorical Kar Aulerich America a a Leonard Christofferson the Myron Lindroth Lincoln and the Donald Overbeck the new South Ivan Schultz America Virgil Shel fert Daniel o Connell. Dramatic. Lena land Gold mounted Helen Palas the was of the Lulu Mcshane the Jeannette Schultz Alma Helen schierholz the touch in the humorous Rose Conway katrina s new Mabel Buggenhagen Tine coach Harold Sebastian a s new Luana Grade notes the pupils in the seventh and eighth Gra jes having perfect spell Jing lessons last week Are Ella pan a like Angeline Scheffert to Jehef i fert Yvo Scheffert Ida Zieman Bruce Brown Francis Erb Harold never a Man Berna Shultz and Florence i Stadtmiller. The seventh and eighth Grade girls Are playing basketball for their Phy a Sical training now. They Are very much enthused about it and Hope to have a Good team before Long. The seventh and eighth grades Are much interested in Uncle Tom s cab i in this month. Topsy seems to j be the Center of interest this week. Those having a perfect spelling rce a Ord in the fifth and sixth grades for i the past week Are i fifth Grade Elmer Erb Helen Koth Kenneth Koth Margaret Rani Beer Verna Moore Lois Moritz Rich Nichols Elizabeth Pufahl. Sixth Grade Avis breitspreche.-, Harold Kumpf William Ruckhaber Ada Shultz. Frankville. Chester Meeker made a trip to ool Wein wednesday. A Good crowd attended the Thos. Vickery Sale wednesday. Will Albright of Castalia was a Frankville caller Friday. H. C. Barker and Frances wore de Corah visitors thursday. Dean and Dorothy Kneeskerm wore Decorah visitors tuesday. Or. And mrs. Herman Barker were Decorah visitors saturday. Miss Iva Stafford spent the week end with Home folks at Luana. Frank Tehel of Castalia was a caller at j. E. Kneeskern s thursday. My. And mrs. Claude Van Wey wore Decorah visitors monday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Gene bird3cll were Postville visitors saturday evening ,f8 a number of relatives and friends of gathered at the Homo of mrs. Nellie spun sunday and helped her Cole brute her birthday. A picnic dinner and supper were served from the Welt filled baskets brought by the visitors and a very pleasant time was had with social Intercourse and entertainment on the radio. Castalia. Rev. John Voelk went to Waverly Friday. Home brims was a Postville caller a . Frank Monroe was a Postville caller thursday. Mrs. A. A. Meyer was a Postville visitor saturday. Charley Mecklenburg went to 1 Chester monday to visit relatives Sherman Bollman sold a Large drove born to or. And mrs. Albert nest of cattle to j. E. Kneeskerm saturday by tuesday november the a son. The m. H. Club will meet with mrs. Congratulations. Barker Friday afternoon of this week j mrs. Jfhn Schroeder of Postville Rev. Peek and family arrived Home spent monday with her daughter mrs. From their visit at Hazelton last Mon a Lester Neverman and family Day. Or. And mrs. Harvey Dahms and Carl Letchford and wife moved into Annna Mae and or. And mrs. John rooms in the Albert Depping House a cuss and Elaine motored to Center tuesday. I Point saturday morning to visit at or. And mrs " they .v-., morning Sherman Bollman and. Tha War seeing Home mrs. Jim Drew were Decorah visitors. A turned Homo monday. Wednesday. J mrs. E. J. Perry entertained the miss Jerrine Allen of centennial1 quilting club and a number of other was a week end visitor at the i. R. Ladies at her Home wednesday. The Hughes Sliv was spent in quilting a quilt and Sherman Bollman and mrs. Rilla thing a number of comforters. A Letchford were Postville visitors sat splendid Chicken dinner and a Nice urday afternoon. I supper was served by the hostess. The Leon Henderson of Monona was a Day was Verv much enjoyed by All. Visitor at the Walter Van Woy Home the following relatives were six sunday evening. J 0 pick dinner guests Friday evening Vernon Schoonmaker made a trip a. Alk mrs. Will Drallmeier. The to Blue River Wisconsin monday re 0 Ca Jou being the former s birthday turning tuesday. Anniversary or. And mrs. Louis new seats and chairs have been in Drallmeier Florence and Lucille. Clar St alled in the primary room at the once Cleave foot and miss Edna halt school House recently. Meier of Farmersburg or. Arid mrs. Ezra Shoonmaker returned to pm h j Meyer of Postville and or. And to wednesday after a visit Here h. H. Mever or. And mrs. John he Home of his Mother. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kneeskerm and 1 Kluss and Elaine or. And mrs. Car a a v Buoyer and Marion and or. And mis. Tom Bollman were Decorah vis jars. Harvey Dahms and Zonna Mac. Tors thursday afternoon mrs. Flora Birdsell moved Down recently to her son Gene s where she will remain for the Winter mrs. Archie Jones of Castalia was a visitor at the Home of her Mother mrs. Elma Crabtree Friday. Vernon Schoonmaker Max Waters and Earl Van Wey attended the movies at Decorah Friday evening. Chester Meeker went to Waukesha Wisconsin saturday night where lie has employment in a foundry there. Mrs. Leora Sneider of Cedar rapids arrived Here tuesday for a visit with her Mother. Mrs. May Schoonmaker. Mrs. Nellie Clark of Lake Park vis Ted her Sisters mrs. Mary Schoon Naker and mrs. Lee Peck the past week. Mrs. Jack Brown and three children of Washington Are Here caring fori her Mother mrs. Smith Vance who is very poorly. The m. H. Club met with miss jes j to Meikle Friday afternoon and Cele Zion evangelical lutheran Church Castalia Iowa nov. 21, 1 2g 10 a. M. Sunday school. 11 a. M. Divine service in the English language. Please note change of time. Zion Lul her league meets thursday at 8 p. In., november 18, 1920. J. Voelk pastor. When you read in the paper do you Ever Stop to think when you read in the paper about some Man s Success that in the greater percentage of instances he started on the Road to Success through systematic saving. It s True and it s not too late for you to Start. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa the Coal situation As Winter approaches during the past three weeks conditions have changed rapidly in the Coal business. From october 14th to november 9 the prices on Eastern coals were advanced $2.0,9 per ton. The Illinois and Indiana Fields have followed with advances of $1.00 to $1.50 per ton. Wages of miners in the non Union West Virginia and Kentucky Fields have been advanced 75c ton. There has also been talk crated mrs. Nellie Spaun s birthday t ton Nei f has so been. U k to i f Community Hall Friday evening. The county agent or. Dack of Decorah and j. O. Anderson Story City were present and gave talks on what the farm Bureau is doing 0 the English Coal strike which has forc-"4 Ai european buyers to seek american markets. An unprecedented amount of Coal has been sold to Europe during the past few weeks. There Are indications that the English Coal strike will be settled by december 1st. If so Coal May be cheaper by the Middle of the Winter. Col. Geo. Waters Public Sale dates six Miles 1-2 Miles til nov. 22-Lloyd Logsdon North of Ossian. Nov. 29-Haa-Ry Collins 2 West Ossian. Nov 30-Ed Roth 3 1-2 Miles South of Monona. 1-Chas. Mcskimmon 3 Miles North Luana. 3-Louis Mandelkow estate 0 Miles Northeast Elkader. 7-Iwm. Sash3 Miles South of Monona. Dec. 8-Ed Huckstadt six Miles North of St. Olaf. Jan. 18-Paul Hart " Miles West Monona. Special $1.00 Sale of White enamel Ware see display our windows e. P. Durno dec. Dec. Dec. Leave Bank. Orders at citizens state notice i hereby warn All parties not to remove any pales or Telephone material i from our Yard without first getting permission. Farmers Telephone co. A. F. Foels Sec y. Notice of annual meeting the annual meeting of the Postville i 0f i ten Verein for the election of of-1 Fickeis will be held saturday evening december 4, 1926. H. M. Koevenig Secretary the w. C. T. U. Was Verv pleasant. To ,. By entertained at the Home of mrs. Item to w1 m�h0 a Tor Thuis Tav afternoon Man s car pases through 11 Dif. The president miss Sarah Miller and \ an 1 Xerox a a Short devotional service was held the members responded to Roll call1 with current events on Temperance. After the business session the fourth lesson in the study of citizenship was Given. A picnic lunch was enjoyed at the close of Tihe meeting. Try our want and column. October report of m Gregor c. T. Take the Short Cut the quickest and surest Way to reach the Broad casting station you want is to turn the one dial of an a Irater Kent receiving Sec you Don c have to Hunt you merely select. There s a new thrill 9 waiting you in our store. Or Well give you a Home demonstration Don t delay. Radio programs Are bet to i a a Ever this year. Think what you re missing j. P. Mcnell Postville Iowa Irwin Dahleen tester cows tested 94 dry. These 432 cows produced 387 lbs. Milk and 18 pounds butterfat on an average. 12 cows were culled 17 sold for milk and 3 bought for milk. 19 produce Dover 40 lbs. And 9 Over 50 lbs. Of butterfat. The five High cows were 1. Jewell g. S. Thorn owned by Fred Hass 69.3 lbs. Butterfat. 2. Pet g. Guernsey owned by Rob jct Bluck 6g.22 lbs. Butterfat. 3. Lilly g. Guernsey owned by Robert Bluck 62.9 lbs. Butterfat. 4. Sophie g. Jersey owned by Kinsley & Lutz 59.8 lbs. Butterfat. 5. Black Jersey g. Jersey owned by Rudolph Kruger 58.4 lbs. Butterfat. The five High herds averaged 1. Robert Bluck g. Guernsey and jerseys 9 in milk 0 dry40.5 lbs. B. I of. A 2. Rudolph Krueger g. Jerseys and shorthorn 12 in milk 3 dry 25.2 lbs. A 3. Louis Levison p. B. And g. Hoi j steins 10 in milk 2 dry 24.28 b. F. H 4. P. J. Cords g. Guernsey 23.9-j lbs. Butterfat f 5. Harry Davis
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