Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
29 Nov 1918

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Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
29 Nov 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1918, Postville, Iowa Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 undivided profits Over $19,000 our fire proof vault affords a Safe place for All your valuable papers. If you have not already done so come in and rent a safety Deposit Box $1.00 yer year. We pay 4 per cent per annul on time deposits left for 6, 9 or 12 months. A officers h. S. Luhman president Carl Holter vice president l. 0. 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 u. W. Meier l. O. Beucher John c. Weihe save the Cost of a new Battery next Spring neglect and improper care of a Battery during the Winter May mean its ruin especially if it has had a hard summer s use. Why take the Chance of a Frozen Battery buckled plates cracked cells or other Battery troubles that come from neglect and improper care when our Winter storage plan Means having your Battery in prime condition in the Spring. The charge is nominal and it May save you the Cost of a new Battery. Drive around or phone us and let us exp Plain this service. Expert Battery inspection and Square Deal repair service on any Battery of any make. Mcneil & Hanson first door West of new Bank Postville Iowa Batter with no on Dili Murhl p i the Postville meat Market 1 j. A. Spaugy proprietor fresh smoked and pickled meats. Sausages of All kinds. Game and fish in season. We pay the highest Market prices for heavy butchering Stock poultry and hides. Standard phone no. 40. Eggs protect yourself from the prevailing Grippe epidemic by using Rexall Grippe tablets Rexall cold tablets Thoma Bros. Pharmacy the Rexall store Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher subscription Price $1.60 Cipr your nil subscriptions payable strictly in ail Ranco. Advertising rate card sent on application. Entered at the Post Olla cd at 1 Osty Lluc Toiva As second Glass mall matter. Friday november 29, 1918 nearby correspondence Luana. Mrs. Henry Meyer returned Friday from Waucoma her son Lester and wife Wene improving. Miss Rilla Bernhard was called to Elgin thursday Oil account of the illness of her sister mrs. Harlie Steele. Arthur Gibson is preparing to move to the de Youman s farm on Washington Prairie. John Schuette or. Has rented the Gibson farm and will employ Willard Bollman to work it. Word was received thursday that Fred Steffins was killed in action oct 11th. He was1 in the employ of f. H Barrett before he left for Camp Dodge with the Fayette county boys the Chas. Schweinefus Louis Mon Roe Henry Schultz and will Baltz families have the influenza. Miss Letha Estey of Waterloo visited the e. Johnson Home the latter part of the week. The remains of Grover Vance Waterloo were brought Back thurs Day evening for in Ciment. He pass 2 1 away from influenza contracted while taking care of his wife and children who had it. Mrs. Smith Vance and daughter Nellie accompanied the remains Here. Frankville. With the m. E. Bazaar has Baen postponed. Miss Lillian Doerring visited Home folks at Prairie Duchien Over sunday. Or. And mrs. Carl Lubbers and children of Monona were at the Geo. Lindroth Home sunday. Or. And mrs. De Roth and Daugh Ter of Monona Wei sunday guests at the j. H. Heins Home. A Little boy came to the Home of mrs. Wilbert Lenth. His father is serving his country in France. Or. And mrs. Ben Overbeck and children were sunday afternoon and evening guests at the f. C. Kamps Home. Mrs. Will Wilke and children returned to their Home in Dubuque on saturday after several weeks among relatives Here. Or. Gibbs of Council Bluffs came monday for a visit with his sister mrs. Jeanie Shaffer and i he g. To. family. Principal John Schmidt misses Al ice Ary Loretta Meskell Marie Kel Leher Doris Merrick and Meta i rents in Waukon saturday nov. 16 Fritschel Spant sunday evening in the congratulations. Will Hinman Home. Mrs. Dan Peck is Laid up very sore hand. The red Cross election which was to have been held last week has been postponed. Gail and Edwin Mcnair who have been sick with the influenza Are about again. The w. C. T. U. Met at mrs. Kate Peck s thursday afternoon and the time was spent in piecing quilts for the it. Des Moines Hospital. Otto Hager son of or. And mrs Henry Hager of this place and miss Harriett Ferris were United in marriage at the Home of the Bride s a card of thanks. We wish to extend our thanks for the Beautiful Floral Cross made by mrs. Kumpf and mrs. Fred Palas and for the patriotic decorations for the patriotic selections by the choir and for the words of Comfort spoken by re v. Kumpf at the memorial service for our beloved son and brother who died in France.  or. And mrs. H. D. Trueger. Farmers Burg. Mrs. Jas. Mcnair who has been ill with the influenza we Are sorry to report has developed bronchial pneumonia and Huv recovery is very doubtful. Or Kiesau and miss Ras Musen a trained nurse from Postville Are attending her. Tom Bollman Sbarber shop came near being destroyed by fire saturday morning. Tom had started a fire and had locked up and gone Back Home. In a Short time people pass ing by noticed smok3 coming thru the cracks of the building and immediately notified him. When the building was entered it was found that the fire had started around the Chimney and had Burn a a Larj of place in the ceiling. Plenty of help was at hand to it was soon extinguished. Paul Topel met with an Auto Accident sunday evening while turning the Corner at the Joe Mcdonald farm. We understand that he and mrs. Topel and son Paul were in the car and some boy who was Riding on the running Board was to get off at that j place and or. Tops in looking to see if he was going to Light safely let the car run up on the Bank and turn Turtle. Or. Topel and the boy managed to get out and lift th.3 car up and Rescue mrs. Topel and Paul. We regret very much to learn that mrs. Topel was badly injured her shoulder being broken and the Bone in her Arm was also fractured in several Ploeg. The others were not Hurt much. On wednesday nov 20, a Large crowd of relatives and of friends on thursday nov. 21, 1918, a quiet gathered at the Home of or. And mrs. But Beautiful wedding occurred at the Walter Pilgrim to help celebrate the Home of mrs. Minnie Schmidt at far 50th wedding anniversary of w alter Mersburgh when her daughter Hilda parents or. And org. Charles w. Pit and Louis Elmer Muller were United grim of Madison township. About mrs. Sarah Adams of Cresco is visiting at the Otto fuelling Home. Elmer Mueller and wife of Elkader were visitors at the mrs. Schmidt Home Over sunday. Mrs. M. Schmidt of Garber was visiting at the mrs. Schmidt and mrs. Drews Homes last week. A  a or. And mrs. Gottlieb Zuercher and or. And mrs. We. Staacke were sunday dinner guests at Henry glister s. Or. And mrs Henry Leforth and or. And mrs. John Baade visited sunday at the John Hoth Home near Elkader. Mrs. We. Staacke and mrs. Gottlieb Zuercher visited at the Herman Reinke Home at Giard station and at Chas. Reinke s near Froelich Friday and saturday Schmidt Muller nuptials. Christmas shopping should be done Early. And you should pay for your purchases with checks on this Bank. Gome in today and open a Check ing account. By paying your Bills with checks you make out your own receipt. Urn Postville state Bank capital surplus and profit 1110,000 Hill we. Loui president a. L. Pet Orron. Cm-hi., u. V. Mier vice provident f. A Roborts c. F. Meier directors we. Liui a. L. Peterson win. H. Weihe g. Staadt ii. I. Plei Uini h. E. Hoberta i 0 Leal or save time save freight get n Supply of Sal vet today. Start in uni drive out the blood a Bucki Nir. Life sapping profit destroy Ink. Dos Worms that prey upon the vital ors rans of your Arm rail mild. Stop the Chloves which Are stealing your profits and killing your How a and sheep starving your cattle nil horses. Feed put it Whito nil a nor him can lot to it. They i will no to l themselves. Sal vet it Dunn out to warm nil put Ynar animal. In k a lion Liliy it Moron. Co Mullem Ali Flor will not Only i lit Tler Dattlo to do Waito. Bat will thrive Tittor put on Moro Freihon same food and Mabo you Mora Money. Owl. E. Cut ufos. Mcai.t�, of. A -8irc. I sol vet i not Loit it insula his nor Cor to hts prime. A Vorrboa i., round her. A. Lot hoc and  mat Many it. Delae la u. in Marrage at the appointed hour our o clock. The couple marched in to the parlor accompanied by miss Clara Wistrick the Groom s aunt As bridesmaid and or. Helnuth Schmidt the Bride s brother As Best Man where the Rev. G. P. Braun performed the ceremony the double ring service being used. The Bride was charmingly attired in a Beautiful dress of White voile trimmed with so tache braid. Her 12 30 a sumptuous cafeteria picnic dinner was served to More than fifty guests and after All had partaken of thi3 Many Good things they assembled in the parlor which Nad Ben tastefully decorated in Green and White for the occasion whare Rev. Grant their pastor from , offered prayer and also gave a Short talk after which he presented then with the gifts. Their grand daughter miss Dora Pilgrim played an instrumental and do All else claimed for it. Come in and get the free Book telling lore about this wonderful remedy. Save time save freight charges by dealing with us. Is we Are exclusion agent for Sal vet n Foch Ftp the Douglass pharmacy where Quality counts veil was in Cap effect held in place selection a the a Faiben g upturn in a with a Wreath of Orange blossoms carried a Boquet of White chrysanthemums. The bridesmaid wore a gown of White Organ die trimmed with Cluny lace. The Groom and groomsman wore dark Blue. Immediately following the Here Mony a Bountiful wedding supper was served. Only the parents grandparents Sisters and Brothers of the contracting parties Ware present. As these Young people Settle Down for life it is with the Best wishes of very pleasing manner con Abuja tons were then in order which. Wore received by the Bride and Groom standing under a Beautiful White wedding Bell while Seyo Raj ladies Sang the old Gray Bonnet 9ffie time was spent in singing songs after a which All departed for their Homes wishing them Many Happy returns of th3 Day. The following gifts were present them a Gold lined Tea set from m Rycroft Pilgrim and or and mrs. P. H. Pilgrim of Grinnell a Gold Koevenig s kafe we carry in Stock a Complete line of fresh groceries and fruit baked goods candies tobacco and cigars and solicit a share of your patronage. Our ice Cream sodas sundaes and soft drinks pleasing All. Short order lunches at All hours. Are Castalia. All who know them for a Long and trimmed Salt and Pepper Shaker or Happy wedded life. They will make and mrs. Geo. Hilll Decorah $10 in their Home near Elkader on a farm Gold or. And mrs. We. Pilgrim. River site Cettl ?5 in Gold and a Gold ring Clem and Walter Pilgrim and families $17 in Gold and Silver from their Frankville friends wedding cake miss Dora Pilgrim Gold bowl Spock or and mrs. Prank Pilgrim Virginia Book Rev. And mrs. Grant Decorah. The guests from away were Clem Pilgrim and family messes. And mesdames Rev. Grant g a. Bollman l. K. Lower Charley Shattuck t. J. Crawford mrs. Helen Wilcox my. Hay Alguar mrs. Geo till Decorah. Helmuth Meyer is ill with . Revival meetings Are being held at the u. B. Church. Mrs. Lena Kamp and children went to Postville Friday. A Flag pole was installed near the town pump saturday. Our lighting Plant had the flu last week but is o. K. Now. Nels Gibbs of Council Bluffs visited his brother will Ever sunday. Mrs. Ray Al Ger of did Corah visited at the Andrus Uhley Home Mon Day. After slackers in Clayton county. Marshal John Desart was called by the local Board of Clayton county to go into that county and look up a Man who had failed to return his questionnaire John went out tues Day with Marie full As Driver and they soon had their Man. He was taken to Elkader where he claimed to the Loca Board that to had not received his questionnaire. He was Ghen the paper and told to fill it out. And besides he was to pay Allex the Public school closed Friday on senses., this he did not to tank exact flu but commenced by right but after a talk with attorney Murphy he concluded that he was being dealt with lightly and agreed to Settle and in the future to pay More attention to the mandates of the government Elgin Echo. Louis Schultz son of j03 Schulte returned last week from u Camp in to duo.  one of w. A. Meyer s children and two of Jas. Harvay s came Down with the flu today. The Public account of the again monday. There is quite a bit of sickness in the Castalia neighbourhood but none Are seriously ill. Report of finances of the Postville red Cross chapter from september 30 to november 1. 1918. Receipts. Sept 80-balance on hand.?1,03? no oct. 1-Fred Goeke donation. Gj-75 oct. 1-Rug sale... 4 e4 oct. 4-interest july Auff just. And september. Oct a mrs. Shepherd seed sate.q0 oct. 20-Collins, donation a  total______.$1,181.11 disbursements. It oct. 1-Meier, Phillips & co of oct 1r. N. oct. 1-j. H. Dannenbrink. Of oct. 7-Wells Fargo express co. Is oct. 7-postage. Oct. 18-american red Cross. A a n nov a Postville Herald.�.. Buu total.,.i. 122.75 recapitulation. Total receipts.-----. 1,j2o Wjk total balance on hand nov. 1, 1918.,.$1,008.36 l. O. Beucher treasurer. The Herald for the Sale Bills try us Quick cheap right

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