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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - April 22, 1926, Postville, Iowa A live newspaper in a live town thirty fourth year Postville Iowa thursday april 22, 1926 number 24 glee clubs will present the Toreador. Ii. S. Glee clubs will present pretty operetta at auditorium Friday evening april 23. The Toreador the Plec clubs of the High school will piment an operetta the Toreador this Friday right april 23 in he h. S. Auditorium. The songs Are unusually Clever the action is Snappy. Nicl the costumes Are Bright and admission 25 and 35c. Eight o clock j Story of the operetta. The ambition of a certain Spanish event limn is to have his twin Daugh a ten marry the greatest Toreador of Spain. He has never seen these Torea do s but knows them by reputation As he u. A sport Page fan. Two hungry beggars get a full weal out of it and the girls Are Given to the men of their own Choice before the Story ends. Cast. Senor Victorio Clifford rounds. His twin daughters Betta Viola Wiehe. Juanita Dorothy Deering suitors Juan Harold Schroeder Pablo Willard Schutte. Toreador Senor Swatko la Verne Kluss. Senor Khakeo Arbie Hec Nuin. Dolores Carolyn Campbell. Maria Lulu Uhl. Chorus of girls Florence Casten Evelyn Pilgrim Hazel Hoth Martha 3rutin, Anna Foley Margaret Leui am Meyer Hazel Gipp Lois Harris Esther peering Ruby Martens 0pal ried Alice Swenson Mabe Harris Ann Hangartner Leah Waters Clinda Gerhke Ethelyn Smith Ora Schroeder Geneva Ohloff Amy Miller Grunlien Hangartner. Chorus of boys Dick Peterson Don Peterson cloy Meier Joseph Steele Harry Gordon Clifton Candee Eldo Gordon Irving Deering Edward Neff Harvey Krogman. Dancers Marie Everman Jeanette Bloxham Brgan Charlotte Meier. Frances Casten Helen Weg tier Bessie Brooks Mary o Neil. Pianist Dolores Welzel. Commercial geography. The class in commercial geography have completed a study of the United states and Are now beginning a study of foreign nations. Along with their study of the physical and commercial features of the United slate they have completed a series of maps illustrating the natural and i agricultural resources commercial j highways and manufacturing centers of the United states. Special tink during class periods has also been Given to picture study in View of hav j ing the s dents gain a better understanding and a Keener interest in the material studied. Mast of these pictures have been furnished by members of the class who Are especially interested in certain phases of the material studied. An example of this is a set of snap shot pictures on lumbering in Washington which a i furnished by Mabel Harris and enjoyed by the class during the past week. A or. Mouse in fairyland. A third Grade author. Once upon a time when there were fairies there lived a Little mouse. One Day while he was. Looking for food a big cat saw him. The Little mouse saw t lie cat too. He ran and ran until he ran right into fairyland. He stayed there a year. A liked the fairy Queen. She liked him too. But one Day he said i want to go Home dear Queen so the Queen got a Duck to take him Home. They were All very sorry to see him go. M. H. H. The melting pot. America has been called the melting pot for the nations because of the mixture of nationalities in this country. The. Economics Cibbs has been studying the immigrant population of u s. And has found out several interesting facts about the High school students in Postville. The following table gives the num be a ii Pils parents and grandparents born abroad. _ pupils parents grandpa. F Esh men 2 12 55 sophomores 5 52 juniors 14 64 seniors 3 73 of the parents and grandparents born Germany led the list with a percentage of Over 90. The a Toner nationalities represented in the locality Are Irish scotch French Madian Swiss norwegian Bohemian swedish and English. A amen can literature class has White mib Riley and has begun the Way of Eugene Field. Many familiar poems of Field such As the Calico of and the Gingham cat and Little to Blue Are being studied. A r. Light. The fifth Grade Are very interested at present in the study of Light. The i Oil used was whale Oil. It was buy Westing to know Bow the Kiaie Oil was obtained. Then How kor one cd me into use. It is Only within t last fifty years that this Oil has own pumped in sufficient quantities w make it a valuable Industry though Peti oleum was obtained Here and to sma11 quantities far Back in we Early Ages. Tow"3 seems to Nave been the first Van 7 a draw a l from the Artesian Veu. And the first successful Oil Well j t5.s country was made by col. E. Vania near ti181116 Pennsyl to top c in this study will be laminating Gas. How it is obtained Why Send Money away from Home. We hear and we read much about the bad policy of spending our Money away from Homo for merchandise of various kinds. The Money so spent goes to pay tuxes build schools and churches keep up the improvements and pay the Pren Chor in some other town and Don t help us one Whit. And what is True of our merchandising elsewhere is just As True when it comes to raising Money for Church or other purposes when we employ outside Talent to come in Here and take away just As much As they leave behind and in most cases More. For instance a few months ago the american legion made arrangements with an outside concern to put on a play for two nights and the patronage was Good both evenings. The total receipts amounted to several hundreds of dollars but what did the legion realize out of it less Tihan $25.00. The great bulk of it wont away from Postville never to return. Last week the Community Church had a two night show playing to packed houses on both nights. This was staged under direction of an outside producing company but under a More Liberal contract than the legion boys had. The woman less wedding was a 50-50 split As we Are informed. $145.87 being the share received by the Church and an equal sum going to the producing company and not a Penny of it will Ever come Back to Postville. We have right Here in Postville people is capable of staging a drama As is anyone w to has yet been Here for that purpose. Why not let them put up an amusement program and keep All our Money at Home Why pay an outsider for doing something we can do equally As Well think it Over vigilant committees now fully equipped. Members of the Vil Igant committee organized by the Clayton county Bankers association Are now fully equipped with guns and ammunition furnished by the association As a protective measure against Bank robberies. The association has purchased i s00 Worth of ammunition and guns the latter including army rifles sawed off shotguns and revolve s. These have been taken to the towns in which the local committees Are boated and have been distributed. Besides the local committees there is a county e Nio and All Are provided with permits to carry concealed weapons from sheriff Larson. H. L. Swenson cashier of the local first National Bank completed the distribution of arms today. The organization of the. Vigilant committees hero in Iowa has Don More to Cut Down the number of Baik robberies in the state than any c a medium the opinion o continue trap nesting longer than four Days it a time but in that period of time he has found half a dozen or so that will Lay an egg every Day during that period. Edwin found two Birds that refused to use the trap nest and Laid elsewhere in the poultry House. He says that he has observed that the Birds which he has found to be the Best layers through trap nesting Are the most Active and during this time of the year Are the ones to appear the most sleek and vigorous and possesses the Quality that is Ordinary looked for in Good layers. One of the interesting things that he discovered was certain hens were confirmed layers of irregular shaped eggs. Certain hens he states almost always Laid an egg that was irregular in shape. Drop boards Are a Fine thing in his estimation. From a sanitary standpoint and As a Means of preventing the spreading of disease he feels that they Are important. A reorganization meeting for the poultry club members will be held As soon As the roads and weather Are such that such a meeting will be plausible. Near perfect butter score. In an analysis during the month of january of butter from the new Albin cooperative Creamery As to moisture Content Salt etc., resulted in the percentage of each being As near perfect As is possible under usual conditions. These results were better than were experienced in any of the Cream Sis Sii rounding Allama Kese county. They were As follows moisture 15.75 per cent Salt 2.76 per cent and fat 80.64 per cent. Big four calf club reorganizes for 1926. 50 years in business advertising did it. Decorah boy kisses famed Blarney Stone. Card of thanks. Samuel Waters passes at Home in Decorah the people of Postville were Shock j de and grieved on tuesday Forenoon when the news came in by phone from Decorah that Sam Waters had just passed away at his Home in decor no his death following a paralytic or. Waters was Well and widely known throughout this Section and was Well advanced in years and his passing removes one of the old landmarks. We Hope to give a More extended notice of his death in our next is Sun. We hereby extend our Heartfelt thanks to the Many neighbors and friends for their sympathizing words and kindly assistance in laying to rest the remains of our beloved father Warren a. Owen. The children. Alla Makee hatchery was a Busy place wednesday morning As eight thousand Little Chicks were being boxed up for their destination. Mrs. F. J. Schmitz of Ossian was pleased with her Hatch As she had Over 400 Chicks out of 600 eggs among the very few persons in this part of Iowa who have kissed the famous Blarney Stone near Dublin Ireland is Donald j. Haugen. Last monday at the chamber of Commerce luncheon a told How it was done. The Blarney Stone is the Keystone in an Arch above a window in Blarney Castle 5 Miles Northwest of Cork. Each person who wishes to kiss it is left read first Down to the window then he hoists himself up till he comes in Contact with the famous Stone. Two persons hold him by the feet while he performs ithe acrobatic stunt. Thereafter he is supposed to have the Sweet persuasive Tongue that no one can journal. The Herald acknowledges the receipt of a neatly printed Booklet entitled the fiftieth Milestone announcing the fiftieth business anniversary of Ben Bear known far and wide As Decorah s Square dealing Clothier. Or. Bear started in business in a Small Way but by persistent and consistent advertising has built up one of the biggest clothing business in Iowa. His advertisements have appeared every week in every Issue of the papers of his Home town and not infrequently in papers in adjoining towns and he has so Indelli Bly engraved his name in the minds of the people of the East half of Iowa that every time you see or hear the name Ben Bear you immediately think of clothes. Ben has not Only been a successful business Man but a great Booster for his Home town. To round out fifty years in business is a record achieved by but few men and we heartily congratulate our old Friend on his achievement and Hope he May be enjoy num Erous other anniversaries of the event. Insane Allama Keean killed at Dyersville. The big four calf club committee held a meeting last thursday at which the program for this year was worked out and from All reports this year bids fair to surpass the splendid efforts of our boys and girls last sea 11. In the rules regarding calves it was decided that All calves shown last year must be entered this season in the yearling class. Calves May be High grades or thoroughbreds of any of the leading Dairy Breeds. The maternal grandsire must also be purebred and the sire a thoroughbred from some leading Dairy Breed. All calves other than last years must be born Between August 1, 1925 and february 1, 1926. Under basis of awards calves cannot be scored this year As they were last year. It is planned to place awards on the individuality of the calves. Awards will also be made on showmanship and records kept by the club members. An organization meeting will be held in Postville the evening of May 14th. General meetings of the club will be held in june and july. Achievement Day will be held sometime in september when uhe boys and girls will show the Public what they have accomplished and it will be a Day anxiously awaited by the people of this locality All of whom remember with Pride and satisfaction the splendid showing made last year by the boys and girls of our farms. M Nally Home burned wednesday night. Albert Kuhse Dies tuesday afternoon. Pater Malven 60, was instantly killed at 6 o clock monday morning by an Illinois Central Railroad passenger train two Miles East of Dyersville. The Man was an escaped inmate of the Independence state Hospital for insane having been committed there from Alla Makee county. He was struck by a West bound passenger no. 23, leaving Dubuque at 5 15 a. M. The body was badly mutilated. The Man escaped saturday afternoon while on duty in the infirmary Kitchen. He was seen about dyers i Ville sunday but no questions were  asked him because he appeared to be rational and minding his own business. Coroner Edwin f. Strueber was notified monday morning and started for Dyersville. Before he arrived it was net Essary to have teams Anid tractors pull his Hearse from four mud holes in the Highway. It is not known whether an inquest will be held. The farm Home of or. And mrs. Louis Mcnally Southwest of this City mysteriously caught fire an the burned to the ground. The fire was discovered by the hired Man who heard a crash in an adjoining room and upon opening the door found it filled with flames. Alarm was Given neighbors by Telephone but before such headway nothing could Fie done their arrival the flames had made to save the Structure. Truly a sorry mishap and or. And mrs. Mcnally have the sympathy of All in their misfortune. Albert Kuhse mention of whose illness is made elsewhere in this Issue died at his Home just South of Postville on tuesday afternoon aged 77 years seven months and 23 Days. J he was a Fine old gentleman and held in High esteem by All who knew him. I the funeral was held this after noon. Obituary next week. Mrs. David Jacobia Dies this morning. A message this morning brings the sorry news that mrs. David Jacob a passed away at her Home in Clermont at 8 00 a. M. Her demise followed a paralytic stroke sustained yesterday. Funeral arrangements have not yet been made. Obituary not week. Conn Bially combined Over in West Union. Leroy Wagner and miss Mabel Kahle of this City put one Over on their Postville friends yesterday morning hiking away to West Union where they were United in marriage. From there they continued their journey by Auto to be Mars Iowa and from there to Points in South Dakota on a week s honeymoon visit to relatives. The Groom is a son of Wendel Wagner of this City and is associated with his father in the meat Market business. He is a you Man of Sterling qualities and enjoys the respect of a wide Circle of friends. The Herald joins with Friend in extending Heartiest Well wishes. Try the Herald want adj
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