Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
14 Oct 1926

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14 Oct 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa Tile to Vii be Herald. P6sfftuk, Iowa Pace four put away one Dollar today one Dollar today May not seem like a very Large amount but one Dollar today and another Dollar tomorrow soon amounts to a considerable sum. Let us explain a few of the Many plans we have for your convenience in saving. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital $100,000 surplus $15,000 Salt and smoke your meat at the same time no smoke House needed. Save time and work. Just put your meat Down in m0ked Salt and the Job is done the smoke on the Salt penetrates the fresh meat during cure. Improves flavor and keeping qualities. Endorsed by agricultural colleges. Used in v. S. Inspected packing houses and by leading banners everywhere. Ask your county agent. Said by us in convenient ii tight 10-lb. Arums old Hickory smoked Salt is genuine smoked Salt and not a Salt soaked with liquid smoke. Get the genuine Farmers store Postville Herald we. J. Klingbeil publisher Bert e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. 2.00 per Vear everywhere payable strictly in Advance. Advertising rates display--._____80 cents per Inch locals renders legals Leo per line want ,___--i.5 cents per Lino. Cash with order on All mail orders. Foreign adv us into . The american press association entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter. Luann Grade notes 7th and 8th Grade eleven pupils in the seventh and eighth grades have been neither absent nor tardy and have received perfect attendance certificates. They Are Louise Erb Lor enc Knuth. Ilo Sheffert Ida Anne j Neman Ella Panncke Lawrence Stadt Tiller Florence Stadt Nailer Berna Schultz Bruce Brown Frances orb and Edna Ziegler. The pupils in 7th and 8th grades having perfect spelling lessons the past six weeks Are Angeune Sheft Ort Bruce Crown Frances Erb and a Ovna Schultz.5th and old attendance for 6 weeks 5th Grade Lois Moriss Ruth Nichols Milton Schienholz Charles shut mrs Vera Latchford Ami Virginia of and mrs. Carl Latchford were de Corah visitors thursday. A the willing workers will be entertained by mis. Millie Bulman thurs Day afternoon october 21. J or. Ami mrs Jim Enyert Are re joking Over the arrival of a son at their Home Friday october 8. Charley Hendershot and family of noid Noss visited at the parental Home of George ii. Vanwey sunday. I mrs. Irving Crawford enjoyed a vis-1 it from her Mother mrs. Chris Leer of Waukon Friday and saturday. Miss Jen me alien of Centennial was a truest at the Irvin Hughes Home several Days the last of the week j or. Lynch of Ossian was Down Friday afternoon to attend mrs Nancy Wilson who continues about the or. Chris Waters and Kev. Peck s thursday october a 1926 Luana. Quick meal ranges make Happy Homes enamelled inside and outside. Heat cannot effect the enamel. Made in White Blue Gray and Tan. E. P. Durno hardware heating plumbing mrs. C. H. Overbeck spent monday in Postville. Amu Sehi Itte spent the past week with relatives at Dubuque. Arthur h. Berg transacted business at Elkader and Mcgregor thursday or. And mrs. Allen Rowell and mrs. F. P. Haffa spent thursday at Mcgregor Harold Kumpf spent Friday and saturday with his schoolmate Harlan Krambeer. Orlando Sheffert is assisting at the Creamery while Secretary Nelson is away on a visit. Or. And mrs. Geo. Lindroth and son Arno and mrs. Will Grosbeak a toed to Nashua thursday. $167.00 were the proceeds of the lutheran ladies Aid supper and Bazaar saturday evening. Mrs. Ben Kinsley of Mcgregor spent Thuis Dav and Friday with her daughter mrs r. T. . And mrs. Lorenz Doerring and daughters spent sunday evening at the Henry. A. Schultz Home. A a will Oldag of Spring Valley Minnesota came sunday for a visit with his sister miss Emma Oldag. We Grossman of India a Polis Indiana was m visitor at the Alvin Brietspreche Home thursday. The were closed thursday and Friday so the instructors could attend study Center at Elkader. Or. And mrs. C. Schwemm of Tripoli spent a few Days with their daughter mrs. H. P. Kumpf and family. Or. And mrs. Roy t. Neff and daughter Virginia spent saturday and sunday among Mcgregor relatives. Several pastors from surrounding towns attended the lutheran conference which was held Here the past week. Mrs. Chas. Crawford went to Castalia thursday morning for a few Days visit with mrs. Chas. Winn. Art Bierbaum and sister Oliva. And miss Muntz of Eyton Minnesota called at the Home of Arthur h. Berg monday. Miss Amy Oldag of Freeport Illinois spent a few Days with her parents or. And mrs. L. J. Oldag and Felix the past week. Mrs. Dora Ziegler daughter Margaret misses Emma Oldag and Mabel Bugenhagen were business callers at Monona Friday. Grandma holdbrook returned Friday to her Home at Woodstock Minnesota having spent the summer with her daughter mrs. Phil Frye. Or. And mrs. John Wilson and son Aldon of Wadena and or. And. Mrs. Herman Knuth spent sunday with or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg. The Little son of or. And mrs. Las a Martins was baptized by Rev. Kumpf at the lutheran Church sunday and Given the name Donald Ger Vin. Rev. Elmer Doerring of Bryant South Dakota and miss Elsie bred Dow of Waverly were wednesday and thursday guests in the we. Doerring Home. Or. And mrs. Ben f. Overbeck and children Francis Frederick and Keith and grandma Schultz were sunday guests of or. And mrs. Bauder near Elgin. Mrs. Margaret Bierbaum of Eyo to Minnesota mrs. Lizzie Dubbels of Elgin Minnesota mrs. Gust Pufahl of Monona were monday dinner guests of or. And mrs. A. H. Berg. Elliot Nelson left saturday afternoon to attend the Dairy exposition in session at Detroit Michigan and will visit a few Days with his sister mrs. Minner Orth of Detroit. Henry Seh reuer and Niece Elizabeth Kamps and or. And mrs Lyle went to Dubuque saturday to attend the wedding of their Nephew and brother Henry Kamps. Or. And mrs. E. W. Radach John Doerring misses Mabel Bugenhagen and Margaret Ziegler a toed to Iowa City sunday for a visit with Orval Radach who is attending the University. Or. And mrs. W. J. Splies and mrs. Dora Ziegler a toed to Dubuque sunday. Mrs. Bertha splies and grand a daughter Jeannette Schultz who spent i the past few Days there returned Home with them. I or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck or. J and mrs. B. F. Overbeck or. And mrs. I Arthur h. Berg mrs. Dora Ziegler and daughter Margaret attended the j funeral of mrs. Jenkins at Monona j saturday afternoon. At the lutheran Church at Post i Ville at three o clock wednesday of i Rober 0, miss Carrie Lundt of Luana i and or. George Sass jr., of Monona j were United in marriage. Rev. E t. Finck performed the ceremony. J there was a Wirkler family Hickory i nut picking party at the e. W. Schier Holz Home West of town sunday. Or. And mrs. Joe Lambert and daughter Phyllis and Robert of Dubuque were present also and visited at the g. M. Lambert Home. Sunday school classes Mot in the basement of the Church thursday eve Cecil Todd and family of Sherbon Minnesota were visitors at the Chris Waters and Vera Letchford Homes Friday. The pupils of the grades and Pri Marv department enjoyed a hike and to. A a 6th Grade Avis Breit Spreher Harold Kumpf Laura Miller William Ruckhaber Ada Schultz. Lois Moritz of 5th Grade had a perfect record in spelling during the 0 weeks. Ltd and -1th grades the enrolment in the third and fourth grades is 23, twelve pupils in the third and eleven i in the fourth Grade. There Aro eight pupils in the third denier roast in the Woods i Viday Ai and fourth grades who have not been Ter noon. Absent nor tardy the first six weeks. Or. And mrs. Charley Miller of they Are Florence Aulerich Wilbur Freeport were visitors at the Home Frye Mary Nagel Albert Ruckhaber of his father o. F. Miller sunday entrels Margaret Koth Velva Ter noon. and Lionel Sheffert. Hartley and Elmer Peck came Home the pupils having perfect spelling from Waukesha Wisconsin last week grades Are Florence Aulerich and where they have been working for some time. Mis. Will Bellows of Jamestown x. D., visited at the mrs. Mabel Waters and Walter Pilgrim Homes the latter part of the week. Or. And mrs. F. A. Hoyt mrs. L. M. Chamberlin and Maude of Fayette were Welcome visitors at the h. E. Chamberlain Home sunday. Misses Dorothy Kneeskern Ami Al grades will be Given. The grades Sie Schultz were at Oelwein thursday this week Are the 3rd and 4th grades and Friday to attend a teachers meet-3rd Grade Florence Aulerich ing and also visited miss Helen flow Delpha Deal. The third and fourth grades have made an Indian Village for the Sand table. The lower grades Are very much interested in the books of the Bobbey twins. At the present time we Are Reading. The Bobbey twins at the country each week the enrolment of two and Luana school notes editors Mabel Bugenhagen j Jeanette Schultz. Report cards will be Given out wed i mesday. Parents Are requested to carefully look them Over. More j prompt attention in Lotus Wirig these cards will be appreciated j or. Timp has been absent several j Days this week on account of sick i Ness. We Hope that he will be Back j soon. J the juniors and so Nisi b will soon j have the sidewalks that Lead to the Post office worn out As they Pace a Back and Forth in Hopes that their i rings have arrived. As yet their Hopes have been in vain. Spelling is again held in the As i Sembly from 1 0 1 to 1 20. Declamatory work will begin this week. Seventeen pupils have enter i Edas contestants. Mica Meier will. the coaching. Dana Deal Wilbur Frye Mila Mae Kruse i Vanielle Kraus Robert Kram Boer Richard Lindroth Helen Miller Dorothy Moritz Helen Mcneil Mary Nagel Albert Ruckhaber James Ruckhaber Palonia Sebastian. 4th Grade Delpha Deal Lillian Engels Margaret Koth Velva Kruse Donald lamborn. Delpha Moore Frederick Overbeck Lavern Palas Lionel Scheffert Gretchco Wajter Curtis Zieman. Frankville. Or. Sherbon of Postville was a caller in town sunday. Or. And mis. Tom Bollman a toed to Rossville thursday. J. A. Peck of Decorah was a caller in town saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Ray Birdsell visited relatives at Postville sunday. Ambrose Monroe has been on the sick list with an attack of pleurisy. 1. R. Hughes and Crew of men Are it Waukon moving some buildings. Carl Van Wey of Waterloo was a Home visitor saturday and sunday. We Are sorry to report mrs. Jas. Kneeskern so. Very ill with the flu. Mrs. I. R. Hughes visited at the John Davis Home in Waukon Friday. Lisle Bollman spent several Days at Decorah the latter part of the week. Louis Shuette and Gus Dietsch of Postville were callers in town thursday. Or. And mrs. John Schutta a toed to Dubuque on a shopping trip Friday. Mrs. John Murphy of 0?Sian visit a \ mrs. Nancy Wilson saturday and Sun Lay. Herman Dale of Decorah was a business visitor in town tuesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Sherman Bollman and mrs. Jim Drew were Decorah visitors tuesday. Or. And mrs. F. W. Kiesau and Esther of Postville were callers in town thursday. Dowd and family from near Ossian were sunday visitors at Charley Barrett s. Albert Zieman and wife of Postville were visitors at Gene Birdsell s thursday.  mrs. Loren Bellows of Postville visited mrs. Mabel Waters thursday and Friday. Mrs. Eliza Green of Castalia spent Friday with mrs. Jas. Kneeskern or. Will Stock and family of Decorah visited his parents or. And mrs. Fred Stock sunday. Mrs. L. C. Spaun and mrs. Walter Vanwey were Ossian visitors wednesday afternoon. Miss Sarah Miller and miss Laura Drever were on the sick list the past week with the flu. Or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes attended the woman less wedding at Decorah thursday evening. Archie Crabtree and family of Decorah visited at the Clarence crab tree Home sunday. Or and mrs. Clarence Crabtree entertained a crowd of relatives at a picnic dinner sunday. Mrs. Irving Crawford enjoyed a visit from her brother John Leer of Minneapolis Friday. Mrs. Mary Schoonmaker enjoyed a visit from her son Ezra of Vinton thursday and Friday. Mrs. Archie Jones and Maxine of Castalia visited mrs. Elma Crabtree saturday and sunday. Miss Kathryn Powers and Friend of Ossian were entertained at the Walter Vanwey Home sunday. At the elevator car of 43% Spencer Kel log linseed meal just arrived Postville Iowa or. Alfred Crabtree of Oskaloosa Newt Schoonmaker of Waterloo and mrs. Fay Long and son Dick of Chicago visited among relatives Here saturday and sunday. The m. H. Club met with mrs. Miner Vanwey Friday afternoon and helped her celebrate her birthday. She was Given a Shower of Tea towels and holders and a picnic lunch was enjoyed by All. Or. And mrs j. E. Kneeskern mrs. Jas. Kneeskern sr., and mrs. Tom Bollman a toed to Oelwein wednesday to visit Robert Flower who had the misfortune to have his leg broken recently by being struck by an Auto. Castalia. Mrs. Alex Mai Glorfield was an Ossian caller tuesday. Miss Sarah Campbell of Lansing is Here visiting relatives. Perry Mitchell and Leo Floody were at Ossian Friday evening. Or. And mrs. H. L. Meyer were Postville visitors saturday. V. C. Kluss of Sanborn sent tuesday at the John Kluss Home. Mrs. Fred Winn of Ossian spent Friday at the Chas. Winn Home. Or. And mrs. Fred barries and Ethel were Oelwein callers saturday. Miss Lulu Campbell visited friends at Decorah a few Days the past week. Rev. John Voelk attended conference held at Luana tuesday and wednesday. Mrs. John Schroeder of Postville called at the Lester Neverman Home monday or. And mrs. H. H. Dah is Aid Zonna Mae were Ossian callers Friday evening. Or. And mrs. E. J. Perry and or. And mrs. F. C. Baltz were at new Albin Friday. Mrs. E. J. Baltz entertained the embroidery club at her Home thursday afternoon. Mrs. Andy Mcfarland of Oskaloosa visited at the Hamilton Campbell Home the past week. Or. And mrs. Win. Schweinefus of Postville were monday dinner guests of or. And mrs. Fred Westphal. Miss Mary Fortkamp returned to her Home at Freeport Friday after visiting mrs will Cook. Or. And mrs. L. A. Nevi Man and sons Earl and Maurice visited at the Fred Kruse Home in Luana Friday evening. Miss Florence Drallmeier of Farmersburg visited her brother will Drallmeier and family from wednesday till saturday. -. Or. And mrs. H. J. Meyer and or. And mrs. Harold Eberling of Post ilk spent Friday evening at the h. If. Meyer Home. Or. And mrs. Covert Meyer and family and mrs. Sophia Meyer of Postville visited at the Fred Dahms Home sunday evening. Mrs. K. M. Cass Romolda and and Dorothy Fox of Postville and mrs. V. O. Kluss of Sanborn were sunday visitors at the Helnuth Meyer Home. Or. And mrs. A. C. Meyer or. And mis. Geo. Schultz and Norma and or. And mrs. Will Drallmeier attended the funeral of Hanford Knudtson at St. Olaf sunday. Rev. John Voelk and parents or. And mrs. Edward Yolk motored to Monona Friday to visit mrs. A. A. Hoferer of Cedar rapids Nebraska at the we. Kaiser Home. They also visited at the Rev. Daugs Home. Rev. And mrs. A. A. Hoferer of Cedar rapids. Nebraska and a miss Hoferer sister of the former of Creighton Nebraska motored up from Monona where they Are visiting mrs. Hoferer s relatives to Call on old friends Here. Mrs. Chas. Winn returned Home wednesday after a week s visit at thei Chas. Nichols Home in Luana. She was accompanied by , mrs. Chas. Crawford of " Crawford returned to evening for a longer visit at the Home of her daughter mrs. Nichols. We Are getting ahead such a wonderful sense of happiness arid Well being Hay be yours and your family a when you can Tell them that you have started a savings account. It is the nucleus about which you May Start to planning a Home of your own or any other of the Many Happy events of family life. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa a crimes. Mrs. Luana Friday miss Edna Haltmeier revived word h Luas water hours thursday morning i a in Law Hanford if nud fee later he Meier de to St. 01af that same Rie m0t01 the sad news was received till had passed away. Mis. If if 1 it and her Cousin will Del Ali Alt me eled to St. Olaf that tie sng1010 Al gute and Josephine or and its Kunth new. And mrs. John Kluss and Elaine or and mrs. H. H. Dahm3 and Zonna Mac or. And mrs. Will Drallmeier and Geraldine and miss Mabel Dahms from Here were present at the Surprise party Given mrs. H. J. Meyer at her Home in Postville wednesday evening in Honor of her birthday anniversary. Zion evangelical lutheran Church Castalia Iowa oct. 17, 1920, 9 30 sunday school. 10 30 divine worship in German. J. Voelk pastor. The Best drinks All the time the wonderful rings we serve at our Fountain make every Patron ask for another. Compounded from the purest ingredients they Are served at just the proper temperature. Mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son the patterns that predominate for this fall and Winter Are to be found in our newly arrive/1 assortment of Curlee overcoats. The Rich shades and attractive designs among them make this the most desirable selection of overcoats that we have Ever offered. And More important than the Beauty of the patterns is the fact that the fabrics if rom which these Curlee overcoats Are made Are of a Ime texture of Wool which will give you warmth and Comfort during the Winter s most extreme weather. They Are fashionably designed and tailored to tit giving you that genteel Well dressed appearance. They Are priced this season at just what you will want to pay. The Hub j. T. Melvold mgr. Postville Iowa ?99999999999 44

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