Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
1 Sep 1921

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1 Sep 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 1, 1921, Postville, Iowa Page four Tite postyill.b., , , Iowa. Thursday Serge lot 1, my Postville Herald we j. Klingbeil publisher citizens state Bank Postville Iowa capital s100.1hw surplus $10,000 three things Back of your Dollar Kakky Dollar deposited with us to to Trad As a three fold responsibility a responsibility to the a Stoiner to the management of the Hank. Giulivi Duall Ami to the Bank itself As an instill is oui Tony i a tar. Town. Wisconsin Illinois Minnesota. North and South Dakota Anil Missouri $2.00 per year in Advance. All other states-$3.0fr.per year in a asks. I display to cents per Inch uivi1m, headers a Kals 10c per line want cents per 11m. Fash with Oiler on All mall orders to 1. an press association tuition. Muky r Hei Uii i Ould of Banville. Castalia. Utile Rel at Hie Post office at t list Lyle Iowa As Sih Tinl t mall Mailer. Thursday. September 1. 1921 in Luisiii progressive so Ion As impressive does not step Lan end the of safety. We pay 5 per cent interest on time deposits for 6 or 12 months h. . Per sent with Kkt 1. 0. Beuthe Hier f. I. Williams. Vice president. A. L a. Assistant Aslor h. H. Douglass 11. S Loii. I a l. O. Nell 1mkkctors--- Lohn Waters we. Harris f l. Williams 0. W. Meier John 0. Weihe 9 i i stylish fall suits nearby correspondence Luana. Mars Llulia Jahnke is a Kuest of friends at . Misa Elsie Freddow of Waverly 1 Lisitin miss Amy Ochlak. Two Auto loads of i i in folks in Oveil an noting on tikes i eak Sun  Lay. Miss Kanipes returned a at from her visit a Scarbrook Minn mis Huebner of Postville was due to at the John Gruel Home sat Nilay. Or. And mrs Arno Oelke Anil Blanche of Farmers Huri visited Here tuesday. Or. And mrs. 15. 1 Stoehr were quests at the Fred Home on sunday. Or and or. \1 in Kiich 1, l t or thin Lay to is i ii a few Days at the state fair. Or. And mrs. Cd Sheffert and daughter were sunday in certs of ceo . Mrs. Monroe land went to Cas Talia monday to visit her daughter mrs. Ceo. Monroe. The Laurier ladies Aid spent a pleasant Affe Noim thursday with mrs. Win . Mrs. Frank Henderson and Mil Mae of new Hampton Are visit no or. Mary Henderson. Or. And mrs. John Kramli Eer or were guests sunday at the Henry Jarnis Home at Monona. Mrs. \ h. Overbeek find grand Pearl Wilke. Were at to aim her is. I a a velours tric tines suits of this Caliper Are rarely seen Uii Tler �-10. And if Juu phased under Ordinary end Ipiotis would sell Tor Titis Price. This is an exceptionally smart erotic. Come in Long and medium coat effects richly a raided and Enilio i i dered. Others plainly tailored with \ deep collars and Choker collars of fur. Other suits at $19.95 $24.95 $39.75 dress week Canton crepe crepe de Chine Tri Cotine Georgette crepe dutchess Satin Poiret twill crepe meteor crepe Black Satin these dresses Are All reproductions of much higher priced models. One of the largest dress Man Utah Turovs in new York City in order to obtain our business co operated with us by sacrificing a portion of his profits in order that this Sale might be the greatest of the fall season. $19 .95 Connor Bros. & Knight the store that Sells the Best for just a Little bit less. 5a&smsbsisa ii pm saturday afternoon. Or. And mrs. Joe Lambert and Phyllis of Ilii Hapip Are Rii ests a the c. M. Home. Miss Lulu Campbell of Hee Orai was a Unest at the a. M. Lambert i Home Friday and saturday. Mrs. John cruel had her tonsils1 i moved at her Home last thursday l r did the work i cd. And mrs. Kumpf and Sor Harold attended the Mission festival at Strawberry Point sunday. The f. C. family Are pack ins preparatory to moving to ores in take he a rite of a restaurant. Felix and am Oldani. Elmer Llo Eirini. Misses Fiske ire Dow and de Lotta Kekow were at Decorah Friday. Louis Oldani and daughter Amy flute Freddow. Do klan Tekow and miss Lowe were at saturday. Or. And mrs. Floyd Poland of Alexander s. 11. Were at the Chas Nichols Home Between trains tuesday. Or. And mrs. Ren overbook and children were sunday quests it the Home of mrs. Ii. .1. Schultz in Postville. Or. And irs. Henry krambct., with the bitter s sunday school boys enjoyed sunday on pikes Peak near Mccregor. Or. And airs. C. A. Zinnian Anil miss Helen and hurry Hli iian pie nicked at pictured rocks and pikes Peak sunday. Or. And mrs. Art Smith of St Hilar and Arthur Here of Clayton Cater were quests at the ii. Knuth Home sunday. Or. And mrs. Yvo. I. Spiles mrs Fred s plies and miss Helen Truman left tuesday to at my the state fair at lies lollies or. And mrs. Ceo. Helps and Mother mrs. Minnie helps of near Oun Dir were at the j. To helps Home in. Or. And mrs. John Lempke Anil children and miss Rosa Jahnke of Monona were sunday guests at the Carl Meier Home. Or. And mrs. Fred Koth and my John Krambeer were at porn Lyle in Chen Thor Sdiey to visit or. And mrs. Harry Koth. Or. In a mrs. We. Doerring or and mrs. Ii. W. Rehuntz and daughter Jeannette enjoyed an Auto ride to Clayton Center sunday. Missed Rekow. Cecil remit the and re Niece Kikol Liard wore at Elkader a few Days the past week taking the teachers examinatbn., or. And mrs. Will lipid Roth and or. And mrs. Lester Lundroth and children of Nullen Erp and or. And mrs. Carl Luebbers and children of Monona wet sunday beats at the j. H. Helps Home. Or. And mrs. Herman Lac Kealia and Niece miss Oreen Wildt of Manly were in Luana saturday up n few old friends. Mrs. Stack Haus was Lillian Stoecker who made her Home with or. And mrs. L. I. Venue i r for awhile some years ago. We Garry Fine select groceries of All kinds the freshest of country produce fruits and nuts of All kinds the Best of every variety of canned delicacies nothing lacking for your table or your culinary preparations. This store comes about As near meeting every grocery need As it is possible for any one store to provide. Geo. J. Meiers co. Erie Henry Moose. Was a do corny visitor tuesday. Mrs. Of to Quintan win a Viu Koil visitor thursday. She Witters or. Exhibited Zorh Al the Kny Etlo co. Pair last week. A Lerwo crowd from hero attended the fair at West Union inst Yeou. Or. Lynch of Osslyn was a professional caller to. Town thursday. The w. C. T. Ii. Mot. With mrs. Noelle stauri tuesday afternoon. Oarl inn vey has been quite 111 with the summer Ilu the past week. A meat Winton from Vukon will deliver meat in town each thursday. Or. And mrs. K. V. Perrig of wan Kon visited at Otto Inger s sunday. Louie Pethte and family and mrs. Cora Dorche spent Friday at l. C. Spa tin s. Miss Bridget Putz Patrick of Ilu in True is visiting mrs. Mary Fitz Patrick. Or. And mrs. Charley Welister and baby visited relatives at Forest Mills sunday. Mrs. Frn Taen of Kisslan is her take nor care of mrs. Claude a new eve my baby. The sunday school picnic will a held at Len Ninus Springs. Friday sept. 2nd. F. K. Crouse of Pardeeville. Wis., has been secured As superintendent of our schools. Rev. Vennire or Faulcon visited at the jus. Belkle Home the first of the past week. Or. And mrs. Jas. Kneeskern and miss w Llda Kneeskern were Lyco Rab visitors sunday mrs. Leora Waters returned Home saturday from a weeks visit at North fled. Minn. Mrs. Len Heidi nil s suffered from Mother attack of pall stones the first of the week. Mrs. Honest Monroe of Cumberland. Wis., is visiting her sister. Mrs. Irvin Hughes. 11. Ii. Waters and family of cent Zajis have been visit link relatives Here the past week. Miss Dorothy Baker of Decora i was the Stu est of her Friend i Stolier Ilir self. Last week. Henry Moose and wife enjoyed a visit from their son Harold and Fani ily if Bethel thursday. Or. And mrs. Irvin Hughes and ceo. Hit lies made a trip to Deco Rah saturday afternoon. Louie Fulke and family and or. And mrs. L. C. Spaun were Decorah visitors Friday afternoon. Mrs. Myrtle Mcmullen Roek of Waterloo and baby Are visit Init friends in our neighbourhood. Mrs co"4 liar he left saturday evening for her Home in Chicago after a two weeks visit Here. Miss Cynthia Dewitt. Who has been attending summer school a. Cedar Falls is at Home again. Or and mrs. Claude Vanwey arc a entertaining a Little miss at their Home since thursday. August 2h. Mrs Dora Belkle went to Akon thursday evening to take care if mrs. Jack Donahue and baby. Or. And mrs. Vern Letchford or Postville visited at the Ray Waters Home several Days the past. Week. Or. And mrs. Re cold Marston and learn Evelvn or Postville called at the Lynn Crawford Home thursday or and mrs. Will Waters and Dorothy of Cedar Falls visited among relatives Here the past week Dora Schoonmaker and Vernon returned to Wisconsin wednesday after a several Days visit with rela t i ups. Oscar Padden who has been spending the past week with i father at decor returned Home on sunday. \ Rev. John Hilmer and family terminated their visit Here thursday and left for their Home at Lake Benton Minn. Or. And mrs. Francis Padden of Decorah and Louie Felke and family were guests at the l. C. Spaun Home sunday. Charley Shattuck of Decorah and or. And mrs. F. K. Peck of Des Moines were callers at the Henry Moose Home sunday. Mark Birdsell and family of Mason City and mrs. Emma Birdsell or Albert Lea Minn., called on old friends in town wednesday. Or. And mrs. Chris Waters c. 11. Waters and wife. Mrs. Jasper Mars ton and miss Clara Waters were at Decorah on business tuesday afternoon. So fenian Bellman Walter pile rim. J. R. Kne Kern and families and or Aad mrs. Tom Bolleau arrived Home saturday from to near trip to spirit Lake. Roy Birdsell and family air. And mrs. Louie Felke and , Waller Brandt and family and or. And mrs. L. C. Spaun were Ossian shoppers saturday evening. Or. And mrs. Hans Stegen mrs. Charley by Millet and mrs. Phil Broil let attended the Funera l of Hans sister miss Alma Stegon near Decorah wednesday. Rev. Peck and family wont to Dubuque thursday where of Rnest will have his tonsils removed. Or. Peck returned saturday while the others remained for a visit with relatives. Tho Village school opens monday sept. I. The High school will 1m held in the Community room and basement of the Church As the 1mb and Lola grades will both a taught this year which requires hotter accommodations. Homo on will Putnam returned monday. Miss Julia Kobriger mine up1 from Luana Friday. Misa Mary o boy went to oel Jivon saturday. Miss Anna of Lunogan returned to Colfax tuesday. Miss Flossie Harvey wont to or Bregor thursday. Henry Muriels returned from Minneapolis sunday. If. W. Meyer and family returned monday from their trip. Miss Wilma Neuit Swander returned from Keg in monday . Sarah Sphar visited her Sou Burdell and family a few Days Lasi week. Jerry West and Ola Ilys Call ers at the Leo. Bernhard Home on thursday. Marian Lambert and family of Luana visited mrs. K. O. Biggs on wednesday. We. Sclove Nefus purchased mrs Herman Wellman s Home in Post Viii for re non. Mrs. Thomas Pond returned Home saturday after spending a few Days with mrs. Leo. Lanke. Or. And mrs. Frank Schollz Anil mrs. I. J. Allen returned from Bruce wis., tuesday. Hanson came up from co Dar rapids to Spond a couple of weeks with Home folks. Or. And mrs. balt. Ami or. And mrs. Leo. No Metis a Pniler returned from their trip thursday the misses Ruth and Lessi Han son. Ruth and Esther Lavelle Pic nicked at Clermont last sunday. Miss Dorothy fam lev left wednes Day for after neiding few Clevs with Killeen a Hoy. Mrs. E. O. Riggs and let saturday for Rittenberg. Where they Wilt Stop and w Fred bet Ore leaving for York neb. Regina Meyer Dorothy Biddy Killeen Malloy. Bene Mallov. Mare Harvey. Louise Rale. Has. Xvi in Swander Iva Allen and Leberl Christofferson took Ihler Outing in tin country wednesday morning. Be ready for one secret of successes to have some Money ahead with Whitfi to grasp your Opportunity when it comes. What a comfortable feeling it is to know that you have a Little Mony in a time certificate at the Postville state Bank. Take Back those words or leave me forever thus spoke 5 per cent interest paid on 6 or 12 a. Deposits Postville state Bank capital 100,000.00 the Bank of service & safety Alice Joyce As Madge Hillyer in dollars and the woman after she had sacrificed much that her husband might finish an invention Ami Market it. She and baffled the Cost of living existing on a crust of bread and now her husband accused her falsely. She could Bear no More. Did he leave her the answer is found at the Princess theatre 0ssian, Iowa and Mayoo september 4 also a fifteen minute laugh in pests a and promises Ston look listen Hurrah Are you going 1 where ? to the fair on the Luana consolidated school grounds. When ? labor Day monday september f the. Bed lemonade and yellow watermelons. Rail game and racer. Cigars and More cigars. Pep Pep Pep. Fun. Fun fun. These Are lust a few of the Many things that Sente Niber 5 the people of Clayton county at Tho labor Day fair at Luana. One of Tho big features of the fair will lie the Stock exhibit. All a Dirge animals will have spend a quarters  in the Leo. Engelhardt i barn across the Street from the fair grounds. Bring your picnic dinner and coma. A Limber spine Means Holth. A stiff Means weakness and Dif East. Par Yuliis reason you should take Napra Pathic treatments. O a Kimbol Napra Pathic physician Postville Iowa Thomas j. French  was born in Alla Makee county Iowa August a ls7l when a Lioy he came with his parents to Winneshiek county where to has since. Lovei. For the past 25 years his Homo has been on the farm in Frankville township where he passed away at nine o clock p. M August 2b, 11 21, after 7 months of patient suffering from cancer of the stomach. He was married to miss a malice Almira Sherman Juno til 0fi. To this Union four children wore born. Or. French s father Mother one sister and three cell Dron George Mildred and. Ralph preceded him in death. The wll o one daughter Onia three Sisters mrs. Ernest Monroe of Cumberland wis mrs. Walter Coon of Burnett. Calif mrs. Irvin Hughes of Frank Volle with other relatives and Many friends Are left to mourn his loss or. French was a member of Rev kor in s Church. He was a Good Man kind to his friends and neighbors devoted to his family beloved and respected by. All who know hint the funeral services were hold at the norwegian Church near Noril nors on monday afternoon nov Koran officiating Anil to was Laid to rest in Tho Village cemetery by the hide of his children. Adults 28c. Children 11c. 1s 0 to years Al la l Karl d. Fisk onto met Rist Fosse Man s ice Cream 50c a quart take Home Fossel maws ice Cream in any Quantity. Ice Cream is just As Che sip a dessert As pie pudding or canned fruit Bushel peaches this week Osage ant watermelons Canning pears peaches grapes Green peppers Sweet potatoes Bevo new style. Edelweiss. Btu Dreiser by the Cash Johnson s crackers and cookies Funke s and Liggett s chocolates Black and White cigars Thoma Brothers Postville Iowa big Type Poland China auction Sale regular visit to Postville Iowa tuesday september 6 at the commercial hotel in the Piht Thor a Ono years 1 have fitted glasses to Over 10,1 00 citizens of northeastern Iowa. Remember devote my entire time to scientific Itel a action and use All apply Micas and Best Lonzoa for All Dei cts of sight. Use Kry nooks for near and far sight All in one Glass Karl d. Fisk opt. Office hours-10 a. M. To 5 p. No agents employed Luana Vulcanizing works tires tubes and accessories. We repair tires tubes rubber hoots hot water Battles Etc. Second hand tires from $4.00 up according to size v we want your work. Will Nelson proprietor Luana Iowa at Ossian Iowa wednesday sept. 7,1921 commencing at 1 30 p. M. Sharp offering consists of 50 head something for everybody. Sired by checkers Harvester commander super Orange Iowa Long jumbo and others. Sows bred to Check by checkers and super Orange by big Black Orange 2nd. Send for catalogue Schneberger Bros. Ossian Iowa = �hlllllllllimlllltllllll1llllltittllllllltlittmlllllclllllllli�l a the Elkader fair i Elkader Iowa i september 6-7-8-9 \ three big Leo Grain Days wednesday thursday m 1 Nite Fajr wednesday & thursday program includes Ball games horse races free i attractions band concerts fireworks Etc. Grand display of livestock agricultural and Indus trial exhibits in great profusion. A of on premiums purses and peerle�8 program j base Ball Charles City is. Oelwein on wednesday. On thursday and Friday the fax Tell teams in the county will play. Game s called 3 p siiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii1iiiiiniiitl,u,1.l.11,,r1.,iiiiiiiiiiiiii1

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