Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
21 Oct 1926

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21 Oct 1926

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1926, Postville, Iowa Page fount coming events thanksgiving Day is a Day of More than Ordinary thanksgiving to those who have sometime in the past had the foresight to stat a savings account with this Bank. This thanksgiving they have a substantial balance to their credit on our books. A Small amount deposited regularly by you will soon amount to considerable. We pay 4% interest. Citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capita $100,000 surplus $15,000 coming Carload Sweet tooth flour $8.25 per barrel from the car in 98s order now Farmers store Quick meal ranges make Happy Homes enamelled inside and outside. Heat cannot effect the enamel. Made in White Blue Gray and Tan. Hardware a. P. Durno weit  heating plumbing Postville Herald Wra. A Klingbeil publisher 1 Bert e. Tuttle local editor subscription Price. $2.00 per year everywhere payable strictly in Advance advertising rates display__________30 cents per Inch locals readers legals 10c per line want ads.-.-----5 cents per line Cash with order on All mail orders. Foreman advertising the american press association entered at the Post office at Postville Iowa As second class mail matter a thursday october 21a l�2 i. Luana. Mrs. Arthur ii. Berg transacted business at Postville thursday. Or. And mrs. John splies of Monona spent thursday with mrs. Bertha splies. W. J. Splies with his Uncle John splies of Monona motored to Rudd wednesday. Miss Florence Genz was guest of her Friend Beck sunday. Or. And mrs a Frances dinner Over Clarence were dinner c. H. Overbeck were supper guests of or. And mrs. Fred Kruse sunday. Principal Leo Tirol has been ill the past week thus unable to carry on his school work. Or. And mrs. George Lindroth visited his sister and family near Man Chester saturday. Mrs. Kun Neil and mrs bennets of Monona guests wednesday. Or. And mrs. Oliver Alitz and son of Oeh vein were visitors at the Chas. Nichols Home sunday. The John Gruel family of Postville were sunday evening visitors in the Charles Nichols Home. Mrs. Hawkins of near Monona visited her parents or. And mrs. R. J Brown the past week. Mrs. Henry Ziegler and Niece miss Cordelia Bierbaum transacted business at Postville tuesday. Messes. William Doerring and Harlan Schultz of Waverly spent the week end Here with their parents. Fred Timmerman of Bellevue spent a few Days last week with his friends Ben Gulsvig and Elliott Nelson. Or. And mrs. C. C. Bomberger of St. Olaf were five o clock supper guests of mrs. Mary Henderson sunday. Misses Susan Chapman and Jean Ette Schultz and Carl Aulerich were among Monona shoppers thursday. A or. And mrs. Harry Koth and son Gordon Lewis of Prairie Duchien Are spending a few Days among relatives. Mrs. Henry Ziegler and Niece miss Cordelia Bierbaum spent tuesday and a wednesday with relatives at Mcgregor. The Frank Lindroth and Emil de sote l families spent sunday out at the farm with the Hall Sweinson family. Mrs. Cora Entwistle of near Ionia has been spending a few Days in the Home of her sister mrs. Clyde Hin Man. Mrs. Martin Paulsen and mrs. Schwab and babe of Monona spent thursday with the c. W. Hinman family. Or. And mrs. John Krambeer or. Received four Small baskets of Fine grapes from the Heckendorf farm in California. The methodist l. A. S. Are planning to serve a halloween supper in the opera House saturday evening october 30. Y mrs. Louis Engelhardt very ple As Antly entertained the serving division of the Community club wednesday afternoon. Harlan Wirkler who spent the summer assisting Louis Engelhardt with his farm work went to his Home at Dubuque monday. Misses Edna Ziegler and Cousin Cordelia Bierbaum were supper guests at the Home of or. And mrs. Ben f. J Overbeck monday. I mrs. Louis Krumm of Chester s. Dakota mrs. Lundt and son of of i Teu Loek spent wednesday at the c. H. Overbeck Home. Little la von Swenson of Cherry Valley has been spending the past week with her grandparents or. And mrs. Frank Lindroth. Mrs. Campbell and daughter Lulu of Castalia and mrs. Lyn Helas and son of Texas were guests in the g. M. Lambert Home wednesday. P. O. Inspector h. D. Allen of Waterloo was Here monday Forenoon inspecting and measuring Rural route no. 1, finding it to be Over 12 Miles. Or. And mrs. Alvin Knuth and sons Eldon and Donald with grandpa and grandma Becker of Monona i visited relatives at Millville avedies Day. Or. And mrs. Herman Knuth and a or. And mrs. Arthur h. Berg a toed to it. Atkinson sunday for a visit with or. And mrs. Charley Brandt and family. Miss Cordelia Bierbaum having spent the past six weeks with relatives at Garnavillo Mcgregor and Luana left for her Home at gris Wold Friday. Or. And mrs. Walter Knuth and daughter Lorene or. And mrs. Herman Knuth or. And mrs. Fred Becker and children spent saturday with relatives at Millville. Mrs. Margaret Bierbaum of Eyota Minnesota and mrs. Lizzie of Elgin Minnesota spent several Days the past week among relatives the Overbeck Ziegler and Berg families. Or. And mrs. Fred Palas or. And mrs. Lorenz Doerring and daughters Eleanor and Jeanette a toed to Cresco saturday for a week end visit with their Niece and Cousin mrs. Hugo Matt and family. Or. And mrs. Walter Brandt and family and or. And mrs. Arthur j Brandt and family of Frankville or. And mrs. John wahls and son John of a Farmersburg were sunday visitors of the Vern Zieman family. Or. And mrs. Max Mitzloff mrs., de Tuecke and mrs. Louisa Hunecke j were six o clock dinner guests at the Ben Overbeck Home sunday. Mrs. Louisa Tuecke remained for a longer visit with or. And mrs. C. H. Overbeck. Mrs. Joe a. Wirsching very pleasantly surprised or. Wirsching wednesday evening by inviting a few friends in to help him celebrate his j ent were or. And mrs. Lawrence birthday anniversary. Those pres a Schultz or. And mrs. Vern Zieman or. And mrs. Roy Neff and babe i mrs. Ben Overbeck and daughter Frances mrs. Leo Timp miss Kath a Leen Berg and Roy Schultz. The eve-1 Ning was spent in playing Progress-1 ivc 500. A Dainty two course lunch-1 nil de Joe Ryan j. R. Kneeskern and Tom Bollmen Airin Tiro on a pens not Hunt thursday. Or. And mrs. Tom Bollmen not mrs. Dean Flower wore Wanton callers Friday morning. The w. T. U. Will meet with or. Minnie Peck thursday afternoon october l 8, at 2 o clock. Smider Kanip and Lloyd Schultz have been numbered among Eon was served after which parted for the Tai Homos. Saturday october at 8 o clock in the St. Mathew lutheran Church. Dubuque occurred the marriage of miss Genevieve Fisch daughter of or. And mrs. Dominic Fisch of Dubuque to Henry a. Kamps eldest son of or. And mrs. Fred Kamps of Dubuque Rev. Ii a. the ceremony. They were attended by miss Elizabeth Kamps As bridesmaid and j the sick the past week. John Fisch As Best Man. Vivian Al Mcclintock and wife of min Hensel was the Flower girl. The Neapolis were calling on old friends Bride wore Pink Satin with head baud in town Friday afternoon of Malina and carried a bouquet of or. And mrs. Claude Van Wey and roses. The Bride s maid wore a mrs. George Vai Wey were Decorah peach Sarin dress and the Flower girl visitors monday afternoon. I wore Orchid crepe and carried a a missionary program will be give. Wicker Basket of Rose buds. Henry in at the close of sunday school next ramps was born and raised at la sunday morning. October 24. Ana and his friends Here wish them Fred Brouillet Phil Shroi Billet and lots of happiness. J d. W. Vanwey Are building a House for or. Arness near Decorah. Luana school notes. I mrs. Sherman Bollmen and mrs. Editors Leonard Christofferson and Jim Drew were calling on friends at Berndt pains. I Waukon wednesday afternoon. The seniors and juniors Are still Sam Beckett and family and Vir waiting patiently for their rings to Ginia Chewning of Clayton visited at arrive. Some Are getting frantic and the Roy Kneeskern Home sunday. Are sending Long distance Calls to mrs. Dean Flower and Bob of oel a the factory. Of Wein have been staying at the Jas declamatory pieces Are being Given Hoisie since wednesday out this week. There being 17 con Jfrancis Everett and wife of Straw test ants we ought to be Able to get Berry Point were guests at the Glen some Good speakers let s at least Letchford Home saturday and Sun Hope so. Day. Report cards were Given out last or. And mrs. George Vanwey in Friday and we notice the freshmen Joyed a visit from Charley Hender enjoy getting red Marks which seems shot and family from n ordness Sun to be the fever in the fresh pan year Day. Bill does yith really love me a the 8th and 0th Grade pupils in does Yuh just think Yuh do i Joyed a Weiner and Mai shallow Rosie Yah indeed Honey. A roast in the Woods wednesday ave really loves you a Ain t done no Ning. Thinking yet j Rev. Pock arrived Home Friday Karl your Little sister saw me from Dubuque where he had been kiss you. What can i give her to to attend the dedication of the new from telling she generally gets a Dol keep her now Charles said miss Berg who was testing her class on proverbs you ought to be Able to finish this one it s a very easy one clean lines is next to what impossible exclaimed Charles. Grade notes the enrolment for the fifth Grade s As follows Elmer Erb Helen Koth Kenneth Koth Margaret Krambeer Vema m love Lois Moritz Curtis Nichols Ruth Nichols Milton Oldag Roger Rearson Elizabeth Pufahl Milton schierholz Charles Schutte or. The enrolment of the sixth Grade is As follows Avis Breitspreche Harold Kumpf Efferd Lindroth Laura Miller Margaret Palas William Ruckhaber Ada Schuitz Arlene Thoma. The fifth and sixth grades Are very much excited Over an Auto race from new York to san Francisco. The distance covered each week is determined by the grades average in spelling for that week. At present the sixth Grade is nearly 2 0 Miles in the lend. Ada Schultz was the Winner of the spelling Down contest Friday. The Goth Grade have a perfect attendance record for last week. Their aim is to have a 100 per cent record a attendance for the next g weeks period. The members of the Goth Grade ap-1 predated the talk or. Brown gave them explaining the heating and ventilating system of our school. Each part was shown to them As it a explained. This talk was especially interesting to them since they had been studying this topic in Hygiene Frankville. Or. Lynch of Ossian was a caller in town thursday. Or. Sherbon of Postville was a Call or in town monday. Eddie Hager purchased a new Chev Rolet Coupe last week. H. C. Barker and Frances wer Postville visitors tuesday. Or. And mis. Gene Birdsell Wen Mcgregor visitors sunday. Carl Letchford has a Job working on the Road near Decorah. Mrs. H. C. Barker was shopping Postville a wednesday afternoon. Or. And mrs. J. E. Kneeskern were Decorah callers tuesday morning. Prof. Colvin went to Calmar sat urday for a visit with his brother. Irvin Vanwey of Decorah was Homo visitor saturday and sunday we Are glad to report that mrs Jas. Kneeskern is slowly improving. Miss Hazel Kneeskern of Postville spent the week end with Home folks flocks of ducks and geese have been flying South for several Day past. Or. And mrs. Walter Vanwey spent sunday at the fax Harris Home in Bethel. Or. And mrs. Thos. Vickery and Ray Vickery visited at Forest Mills sunday. Rev. And mrs. Peck and Ernest wont to Stanley monday for a visit with friends. Or. And mrs. Sherman Bollman and mrs. Jim Drew made a trip to Decorah tuesday. No school monday and tuesday As the teachers were attending Institute at Decorah. G. L. Cunningham and family of Decorah visited at George Wey s sunday evening. Prof. Colvin misses Sarah Miller Iva Stafford Florence Pilgrim Thelma Haugen and Helen Brouillet Are attending teacher s Institute at de Corah. Now Enro Ute car Assumption Lump Coal $10.25 per ton car Lump Coal Moweaqua $7.75 per ton Hall Ruberts son Postville Iowa seminar. Miss Frances Barker is Able to be out again after being confined to her bed six weeks with ill animator rheumatism. Arthur Topel and family a toed to Strawberry Point tuesday to attend the of mis. T s. Sister Ber Nice Everett. S Adam Mcmullen and family of Waucoma spent sunday with mrs. Elma Crabtree and Vern remained for a longer visit. An entertainment will be Given at the Birdsell school Friday evening october 22. Lunch will be served. Admission 25c. Mrs. Irvin Hughes had a minor operation at her Home saturday Moni inc and is doing Fine. Or. Kiesau if Postville did the operating. Mrs. L. C. Spaun mrs. George Van Wey miss Sarah Miller and mrs waiter Van Wey were shopping a Decorah saturday . And mrs. Earl Rynne and daughter of Rossville and mrs. John Vickery and Sou of Forest Mills visited at Thos. Vickery s wednesday. Or. And mrs. Llaver Myron mrs. Jim Birdsell and Milton Louie Felic and Errol and Gene Birdsell were among the Decorah visitor saturday. Rev. J. E. Healey and family have moved from Linz Elton to Canada and mrs. Henley s friends will be pleased to learn the it she is greatly improved. Or. And mrs. J. A. Peck Chester Peck and family. G. D. Bollman and wife and mrs. Nellie Snitker of Decorah and Ira pock of Sheldon were callers at Lee Peck s sunday afternoon. Clifford Hughes had an Accident with his Ford car wednesday morning. The wheels locked tipping the car Over and damaging it considerably. Fortunately the escaped without in Surv. The a c. T. V. Was entertained at the Home of mrs. Mary Waters thursday afternoon with a Good attendance. A Fine program was enjoyed and a picnic lunch was served at the close of the mooting. While Irvin Vanwey was attending High school at Ryder Dakota he entered the w. C. T. U. Essay contest writing on the subject preparation for life work and tobacco he won first prize of s.1.00 in the local Union an i Hist week received a Check for $10.00 for first prize from the state. We understand that the essay was sent to the National convention at los Angeles California and we Hope we will be fortunate to win first there. From paymaster to savings do you make the trip each payday from paymaster to savings it is a journey that will bring its own Reward for it leads to financial Independence later in life when your productive Days Are Over. The Postville state Bank capital $100,000.00 make this Bank your Bank Postville Iowa re i i candies for your halloween guests serving candies to the halloween guests is not Only the proper thing to Flo but it is expected and most truly appreciated if the Candy you serve is selected fro Mour extra Fine Bunte s boxed candies. Also a Fine line of bulk candies. Try some of our Frest oysters mrs. J. A. Koevenig & son Well. Had to get Homo some h is Ull p, f,ff01v l b Lambert Baiey 2-1, a farm hand near Volga City of stealing Al. In West Union alter ins own Ford a 1.-., Down. He is being Ludd West Union until to mines whether or not the valid. In in jail at court deter excuse is hand finished hand tailored wigwam sweater Coats look better feel better and Wear better because to much of the work is done by hand. Actually tailored to fit. Made of the highest Quality yarn under our own supervision. Full length bodies. Button holes hand finished. Sleeves fashioned to shape. Wide Range of colors. 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