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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 12, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official Papirz Alla Makee county official paper town of Postville thirty fourth year a live newspaper in a live town it Hoodoo is still Witzl or pirates k fastest and Best game of the season goes eleven innings a but Postville loses.  Tjie Ball fans certainly got their kidneys Worth last sunday when the Fen Ille Hawkeye game went eleven linings to decide the Victory. No snap tier or prettier game has been played m the Home ground this or any other Les Ort and it was mighty hard to see 8e pirates lose out but the Bodoc that hos been hanging Over the Hoys ill season finally got in its work arid it had to be Content with the Short Tad of a 4 to 2 score. The boys play id Good Ball nil the Way through and a of the Luck of the game Haa but come heir Way we should have won a lame that Many of those present a old have thrilled their in the future years it relating. Of / a wac the boys have a played a splendid hand of Ball All season hut the Jinx lag has Ever been with them. We Kavc heard Many of the fans from other towns say the Postville boys d the real sportsmanship spirit and grit to keep on playing As they have wife the fates framed against them a St All the time. The Home team is entitled to a lot of credit. Last sunday s games Elgin 3, Arlington 1. West Union 6, Volga City 5. Clermont 2, St Olaf 1.Hawkeye 4, Postville 2. Next sunday s games Postville at . Olaf at Volga City. Elgin at Hawkeye. West Union at Clermont. Elgin poultry flock leads entire state West Union la., aug. 7special egg production in Iowa took a considerable slump in june judging from the monthly reports of the Iowa record flocks just issued by the Iowa state College which shows that the average for the 429 flocks was Only 14.4 eggs per Hen in june is compared with 16.9 for May and 17.2 for april. Cleve Erhardt of Elgin easily led the state in Gross flock returns. reported revenues for june of 034.21. From All sources or. Erhardt s laying flock consisted of 688 8. C. White leghorn and these had feed Bill of $163,00, with production a of 13,562. A . The 429 flocks brought $40,022.52 Gross returns to their owners while the feed Cost was reported to be around $11,677.86, leaving a return above feed Cost of $28,844.67, or an average of a Little Over $60 per owner. Of the 429 flock owners 85 had returns above $200 for june. A the Best average egg production per Hen was secured by mrs. C. E. Simpson of Adel. Her flock consisting of 149 layers of two or More purebred Breeds averaged 26.4 eggs each. The second and third Best averages were made with White leghorn. Mrs. Feldman secured second place with an average of 23.3 is for each of her 209 layers. The third was 28.2 eggs the record of layers owned by mrs. Fred Sanders of Cedar Falls. The fourth High average egg production was made by mrs. John Kanes flock with an average of 21.8 m per Hen. Mrs. Kane lives at Brooklyn and her layers were of the barred Rock Breed. Postville Iowa thursday August 12,1926 n. E. Iowa holds 1925 Corn yield records pcs Moines Iowa august10. Nineteen townships in Iowa reported an average yield of Over 60 bushels of Corn per acre last year and 200 of the 1010 townships reported a yield of Over 50 bushels per acre in a re cent tabulation of the varied Corn yields As reported by assessors to the weather and crop Bureau of the Iowa department of agriculture. Fremont township Cedar county topped this list with an average yield of 67.3 bushels per acre. The next four townships in rank were Bloom Field township Winneshiek county 64.4 Greenfield township Jones co., 64.1 Troy township Wright county 63.8 and Lafayette township Alla Makee county 63.2. A on the other hand 58 townships re sported less than 30 bushels. The lowest was in Brighton township Washington county where a crop promising about 60 bushels was reduced to 14.6 bushels in an hour of Hail. Next was Centennial township Lyon co., where an unusual drouth reduced the yield to 16.8 bushels. Hail in English River township Keokuk county knocked the yield Down to 17.0 and the same yield was reported in Cleveland township Lyon county. Much lower yields throughout the state this year Nve indicated by the August 1st report which will soon be released. Number 40 St. Paul s lutheran Church the family Church on the Hill the Rev. E. T. Finck pastor. Sunday August 15th 9 30 a. A. Graded sunday school and Bible school. 10 30 a. Chief service with Sermon and special music. Nineteen boys and girls will be received into communicant Church membership by the rite of confirmation Harlan will Ian Helen schierholz Harlan Sebastian Helen Kuhse Harold Sebastian Clarence Fischer Clarence Brandt Laura Ewring Florence Everman Gerene Schultz Harold Saueressig Ora Fischer Leonard Oldag Gertrude Schultz John Junior Gruel Vella Meyer Amelia Heins la Vila Willman Leonard mobs 7 45 p. There will be a confessional service with Sermon and song and after that the holy communion will be celebrated. Christ says this do in remembrance of me christians will partake of the blessed sacrament As often As possible. Monday night at 8 00 o clock the y. P. S. Will again meet in the Parish Hall. A splendid program and social time is assured All who will come. New members will be received at this meeting. Wednesday evening at 7 30 the choir will meet for a rehearsal and after that will repair to the dining room of the Parish Hall for a social time. Friday evening at 8 00 the adult catechetical class will again meet with the pastor. New members Are joining every week. Come be one of them. Saturday evening the vested boys chorus will again Convene. E. T. Finck pastor list is corrected watch yellow tag w. C. T. U. Convention a the annual county convention of the woman s Christian Temperance in w of Alla Makee and Winneshiek counties will be held in the m. E. Church at Decorah on August 17. Here will be a morning afternoon and an evening session at each of Mich our state president mrs. Ida a Wise Smith will speak. Every citizen and future citizen interested in the cause of Law enforce Jhent should make it a Point to hear these addresses for without a doubt a. Smith understands the present situation in regard to the 18th amendment and is a very eloquent and conning speaker. Bring your baskets and eatables prepared to stay All Day. The la of the local Union will furnish Toffee. A we have this week corrected the 1 Herald mailing list up to wednes a Day noon August 11th. Subscribers. Are requested to look at the tag and see if we have Given them proper credit. In Case of error you Are requested to promptly notify this office. If you Are in arrears now would be a Good time to renew your subscription so we May change the figures on your yellow tag at the next correction. 810ux City Man succeeds Cummins Des Moines la., aug. 7.- a Pavid w. Stewart Sioux City attorney today Wab appointed by we. Hammill As United states Viator to serve from now until the november general election in the place of the late senator a. B. Cum to w. Stewart was named by the # Republican convention Here yes Fay As the party s nominee in the Winber election for the unexpired of senator Cummins which ends t March 1927. The appointment was in Nesary because Congress reconvene before Stewart could he certified wowing the november 2 election. 1 Tor and mrs. Fred Prysi and or. Mrs. Thill and family of Dubuque Enro Ute Home by Auto m a list in freshing and look after cd i the matters on the farms re heir attention they took225 a new �8ary equipment for s&1� and eating Thema Elve a a a. Gone for several weeks. Try our want and. Column. Or. And mrs. Henry Althouse and family air. And mrs. Chas. Linder Baum and family or. And mrs. Otto Hughes and family or. And mrs. Perlie Cook and family and or. And mrs. F. Pic Star were dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Fred w. Lister of this City the occasion being Fred s birthday anniversary. Or. And mrs. Will Weisbeck and Ethel Stewart of Dubuque came saturday afternoon for a visit to mrs. Emma Stockman and other Postville relatives. The same evening accompanied by the other Stockman families they motored to the farm Home i of or. And mrs. John Stockman and had an enjoyable social time and some Dandy eats in Honor of the birth Day anniversary of grandma Stock i Man. Otto Fisher and family drove to Clermont saturday evening to attend the Vanderberg Bros circus but failed to do so for Good and sufficient reasons. The show band Plaj de a few pieces Down town and then went Back to their tent and put out the lights and gave no performance Oving to Lack of patronage. In the show world As elsewhere nowadays to make the folks stand up and take notice you must bore a Hole with a big Auger the Gimlet age has gone by. Rev. E. Schmidt of Detroit Michigan arrived in Postville rather unexpectedly tuesday afternoon. had been Over at Belmond wis., assisting at a Mission fest and while so near could not resist the temptation to come Back to the old Home town to visit his former parishioners and friends All of1 whom Are More than glad of the Opportunity to Greet him again and Are making tils stay among them a very pleasant one by their cordial reception. is looking and feeling much better than when he left Here. reports his children All enjoying Good health and a fair share of Prosperity. Rov. Paul Schmidt still has charge of a Fine Church and congregation in the City Henry Ford made famous and is meeting with splendid Success in his pastoral work. Preparing for the big show miss Ethel Thoma weds Chicago Man at eight thirty o clock on monday morning August 9, 1926, at St Bridget s parsonage in this City occurred the marriage of miss Ethel Ida Thoma of to or. James t. Malone of Chicago. The ceremony was performed0, by Rev. Father Hogan Only the. Immediate relatives of the contracting parties being present. A a following the customary congratulations All repaired to the Home of the Bride whee an elaborate wedding feast was most admirably served and heartily enjoyed. The bride1 is a daughter of or. And mrs. Thoma of this City a most copy risk w. No Council proceedings 75.00 39.30 102.35 8.05 31.62 4.39 .5.00 10.00 68.80 171.40 _ regular meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa held August 6, 1926. Councilmen All present w. Hanks mayor presiding. The following Bills of account were allowed and ordered paid. General fund f. C. Ruckdaschel labor and use of tractor 10.15 f. D. Rounds service As special police 12.00 l. A. Bellows salary As marshal A. Brooks labor of team George Schultz salary and supplies a Clayton Standorf Jabor Fidelity & casualty co., insurance Premium Postville Herald printing interstate Power co., Siren charge .j.,-.________ league Iowa municipalities dues to August 1, 927 water works fund Waterous fire engine works hydrant Gate valve l. A. Bellows salary $25.00 labor $141.25, freight and supplies $5.15 e. P. Durno supplies and labor water main___________1174.92 interstate Power co., pumping 1590 k. 79,50 improvement fund Bond Douglass certificate of Purchase at tax Sale s 2 lots 8 and 9, b. 31------- Douglass certificate Purchase at tax Sale lots 3 to 9. B. 20sewer outlet fund l. A. Bellows labor Louis Schlee Light fund interstate Power co., Light for streets. 142.12 on motion w. Hanks c. C. Sander and a. C. Webster were appointed delegates to the convention at Carroll Iowa. The hearing upon the budget estimate As filed with the Board being in order no one appeared no objections made. The Board took up the estimate for final consideration and after being fully advised the Board determined that said estimate be corrected and completed. The mayor and clerk were directed to properly certify the estimate and Forward same to the county a on motion Council adjourned. Hanks mayor William Shepherd town clerk. 39.89 91.23 13.60 or. And mrs. Louis Schutte drove to Cedar rapids sunday after Willard Schutte who had been spending the week in the parlor City. They drove a Good 6hare of the Way in the rain. And they also a Short it As current Rumor in Cedar rapids that their Rodeo week was a loser by close to $8000. Or. And mrs. Earl Abernethy and family and or and mrs. L. L. Hill and son motored to Clear Lake sunday and remained until monday when they visited Mason City and attended the Ringling Bros circus. And it was announced at the afternoon performance that Mason City had Given them the biggest audience of any Iowa town they had showed this year busting their seating capacity. Or. And mrs. A. Phillips miss Bernice Phillips and mrs. K. Phillips of this City and mrs. Maud Stewart and grandson of Sanborn motored to Oelwein sunday where they were met by or. And mrs. Walter Sullivan Harold and miss Alice Phillips All of Cedar rapids and indulged in a family reunion and picnic dinner at Wildwood Park. In spite of the rain they had a very pleasant time. While Geo. Ziegler of the Luana locality was out Autong recently Between his place and the Steglich farm he saw some strange looking animals crossing the Road a Little Way ahead of him and stepping on the Gas lie hurried toward them and was successful in running Over two of them and soon put them to sleep with a club taking them to a neighbors he Learned they were badgers. A third one got through the Fence and of caped. What the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago Alla Makee county big four Assn. Interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of August 9, 1901. Ustin Bellows has gone to a hos ritalin Chicago on account of his injured leg. Onas. Blanchaine of Ossian was he a wednesday to advertise their Street fair. In. Fritz Schroeder was in Dubuque last week to have his eyes treated by a specialist. Uts. We. C. Thoma is now the owner of a Fine Schiller piano delivered by j. N. Leith old. A Arev. Blessin and wife of Eldorado came tuesday for a visit in the Home of their son or. Blessin the Postville nine played a game 11 in Elgin sunday and Hon swag the Elgin nine to the tune of 0. Chie Coats of Postville is one of. Lucky ones to flaw 160 acres of land in Oklahoma through the land lottery. Jphn Stockmann who sustained a strike is no better at this time and a so condition is causing his family some Yil Arai. Monday Anna Leui began her vacation and Mae prior can be found in fiet place As clerk in the Luhman & Sanders store. Clan Mickel Sori and Ollie Orr Bardorf a Steamer at Lansing for a trip a Minneapolis where they will Spena their vacation. Once again the Stork visited the c. F. Meyer Home and lift them a Fine son priday. All Are doing Fine especially the Lucky papa. The ladies of the degree of Honor Lodge served ice Cream in the Jas. Gregg Garden saturday evening and Tooki Ina Nice sum of Money. St. I aul s congregation will observe their y Early Missi Pfest sunday Augustus. The Rev. Chr. Jensen of Becklum Germany will deliver the address. Yesterday the younger Home nine played a game of baseball with Decorah Here on the Home filamond. At the close of the game Postville had 15 scores and Decorah 8. Or. Hanson s wife of Minneapolis Joe Frantzen of Ossian and or. And mrs. John Beucher of Cresco were Here to attend the funeral of the tatter s brother Matthew Beucher. Wednesday afternoon August 14, an interesting base Ball game will be played in Postville when the Farmers of the Vicinity will play the Postville business men everybody is invited to see the fun. To or. And mrs. Langerhans a Nannie Mckinley and prof. John Mckinley of Ashton arrived Here a or a visit in the parental Homo. They had been making a tour of the Large eastern1 cities and also had visited the Buf-1 Falo exposition. There will be an excursion to Clear Lake sunday on the Milwaukee Road. The round trip tickets will Cost $2 each and the train leaves Postville at 2 47 a. And will leave Clear Lake at 6 38 p. There will fee a free program at Clear Lake concert base Ball Etc. A Henry Luhman j. Hart and Jim Shepherd went to Cedmir rapids monday to attend the Republican state convention and help nominate their Friend Trewin for governor of Iowa. They might have saved themselves the trouble As Curp mins received the candidacy by 864 votes poultry and Sulse specialist coming Bokal girls win prizes on their gardens thirteen Postville High school pupils take up gardening and make a splendid showing. Prof. Reno ?. Smith who for the past two years has been in charge of the agricultural work in connection with the Postville schools interested thirteen of the boys and girls from num�,� a a a a a. W., -----.5th to 8th Grade pupils in growing admirable Young lady in every Way gardens this season. And that thes and numbers her friends almost Byoung people have Taieb by Swiss her acquaintance. She was born and intere8� in theh work we a a a a a grew to womanhood in this Cit Yvis a on tuesday afternoon when mra graduate of the Postville High school Smith his car Jeand for. Three years past has egg a and mrs David Meyer Najj Gert successful teacher in the Lansing Tutti Opportunity to Insp t d. A schools. She is a splendid Good girl of to Jud a these guns. The gardens and will make a real were each at the Homes of the pupils Hel meet for the Man of her Choice. I it. A i. The Groom is unkown Here but created a very favourable impression upon those whom he met. has a Fine position with the Kopper s Coke co. Of Chicago. Or. A dvrs. Malone left on the night to Fri monday for Chicago where thy Vytill be at Home after september first at 1505 East Marquette rpad.7 with the. Innumerable friends of the Bride the Herald joins in wishing Ethel and her husband an abundance of health happiness and Prosperity. William Shepherd  wins Veteran s cup july report for big four c. T. A. Cows in milk 470. Cows dry 52. Total 522.average milk 637 pounds. Average b. F. 22.1 pounds. 42 cows produced Over 40 pounds b. Fat. 10 cows produced Over 50 pounds b. Fat. 11 cows were sold for beef and 1 for milk. L.1 b. Folsom s Herd was High with an average of 916.4 pounds milk and 33.5 pounds b. Fat. High cows produced 1612 lbs. Milk and 83 8 lbs. Butter fat. She is a p. B. Owned by Vic Williams. Herds producing Over 25 pounds b. Fat. L. B. Folsom owner 10 cows or. And p. B. H., average 916.4 lbs. Milk 33.5 lbs. Fat. A l. Meyer owner 22 cows mixed average 640.1 lbs. Milk 82.1 lbs. Fat. Marston & Christofferson owners 21 cows And p. B. H., average 856.7 lbs. Milk 30.2 lbs. Fat. Terhi Smith owner 14 cows H., average 739.0 lbs. Milk 29.0 lbs fat. R. C. Bugenhagen owner17 cows or. And h., average 663.7 lbs. Milk 27.8 lbs. Fat. Eli Baily owner 25 cows And p. B. H., average 617.5 lbs. Milk 27.7 lbs. Fat. Joe Bodensteiner owner 18 cows S. And g., average 734.6 lbs. Milk 27.5 lbs. Fat. A. A. Green owner 17 cows or. And p. B. S. H., average 66l6 lbs. Milk 27.3 lbs. Fat. A Deering owner 28 cows S. H., average 693.9 lbs. Milk 27.0 lbs. Meyer owner 15 cows S. H., average 738.5 lbs. Milk 26.0 lbs. Fat. 5 High cows Vic Williams owner no. 60, p. B. H., 1612 lbs. Milk 83.8 lbs. Fat. L. Meyer owner Pearl J., 1225 lbs. Milk 66.2 lbs. Fat. Mort Deering owner Fern S. H., 1249 lbs. Milk 68.7 lbs fat. L. B. Folsom owner Smith -h., 1144 lbs. Milk 57.2 lbs. Fat. Eli Baily owner Duchess Roberta p. B. G., 1234 lbs. Milk 56.8 lbs. Fat. Alvin Thorson tester. Town clerk William Shepherd of Postville vis Winner of the american municipalities Veteran s cup. To be awarded to the municipal officer in Iowa with the longest record of continuous service in any municipal office. has been town clerk of Postville continuously since april 18.86, a total of Over forty years and outstrips his nearest competitor by two years. has been a capable and f faithful Public servant during All these these , is still doing business at the old stand in the same careful and painstaking manner that has marked his work All along the Way. One of the requirements of the congest is. That the recipient of the cup must be present at the annual convention of the league to receive it and while Billy doubtless might not go to get it under any circumstances sickness in the family prevents his going at this time and where duty Calls there you will always find or. Shepherd. A rhe Loose woman Rex Beach s Goose woman at the Postville theatre next monday and tuesday. Positively a great murder mystery melodrama second to none. Action suspense thrills comedy and mystery have made the Goose one of the biggest attractions. Louise Dresser As the Goose woman has achieved Universal / Fame from the splendid and wonderful Way in which she acts her role. In fact miss Dresser and Lon Chaney were chosen Vas giving the greatest per  .-,1----- Community Church notes. R. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 a. Sabbath school at 11 a. The Sermon subject will be believe in Jesus . C. C. Burge Jutt wih conduct a postmortem demonstration clinic at the n. E. Product House Postville at 8 p. M., thursday aug St 19. Admission free. All invited to come and learn How to Stop had Chick try our want and cd Lumn. Or and mrs. L. O. Beucher and family and or. And or for Koe Venig had an enjoyable Circle Auto tour sunday. They visited Mcgregor Prairie Duchien and Lancaster Wisconsin came Back into Iowa at Dubuque thence to Independence and Home again by Way of Oelwein and West Union. Or. And mrs. A. Borman and son Roland and mrs. Duwe of gut Tenberg called on or. And mrs. Carl Welzel and also Rev. And mrs. E. T. Finck wednesday evening of last week. Miss Maxine Borman who had been visiting for several Days her Friend miss Delores Welzel returned to Guttenberg with them. % at the last regular meeting of the Postville fire department John a Palas Harry n. Hanks and Carl c. Sander were presented certificates of honorable discharge having served faithfully As members for the past ten years. There Are now several vacancies in the department and if anyone is desirous of joining their applications should be filed either with chief Eldo Kluss or Secretary de f. Schroeder. A. The Brick paving of the business District of Waukon is being flushed with Concrete flier never there Are holes or depressions. The work was begun this week at the East end of the Brick paving on East main Street and will be continued leaving half of the Street open to traffic until the entire business  Section paving is coated. The purpose of the Concrete coating is to level and smooth the pavement and Alio close cracks and prevent washing away of the Sand underneath. Waukon r. & s. So they would be More convenient for them to Hook after. The gardens were judged on the Ive Points cleanness Freedom from insects and bugs arrangement and appearance. The pupils were also required to keep account of their time and Tihe sums received from the Sale of their crop in order to learn How much profit they realize. The work of these Young Market gardeners was All of so High a class that it easy matter for the judges to make their decision As to the winners Boult after As careful comparison As possible awards were made As follows. First Neil Bulman. Second Ruth Meyer. Third Carlton Schroeder. Fourth Orville Weihe. Fifth Verni Eberting. Sixths Florence Everman. Seventh Ewald Brandt. Eighth Naomi Harris and cloy Miller. The remaining four contestants Bruce Webster Frankie Hangartner Duane and Eileen Peterson each had very creditable gardens and All Are entitled to great credit for their splendid showing and next year much better work will doubtless result. Six dollars in Cash prizes will be Given for the Garden work As follows first $1.75 second $1.25 third $1.00 fourth 75c fifth 75c, sixth 50c. Each of these gardeners was also Given one Pound of potatoes to Plant and when they Are dug and ready for Market they will be brought in to the new agricultural teacher to be weighed and when All have brought in their Irish Lemons the Herald will announce the result. Prof. Smith has left for his new Field of labor in Inwood and followed by the Best wishes of both pupils and general Public. is a capable wild complement instructor and a splendid gentleman As Well and we Trust that in their new Home he and mrs. Smith May find As Good friends As they leave behind. Warehoused Corn shows neat profit Des Moines Iowa August 11--"farmers who Are now Selling Corn chosen Vas giving the greatest per which they warehoused last fall ars for maces of the year. Lon Chaney a making a substantial profit on the work in the unholy three and miss transaction states m. Thornburg Dresser s work in the Good womansecretary of agriculture who is in were the pictures they scored in. If i charge of administering the. Warehouse you Are one of the Many who saw my Law. The mannequin or three faces a total of 2,664,901 bushels of Corn East Don t Nitiss the Goose woman were warehoused during the past year it contains the predominating qualities of both pictures and adds the wonderful Mother love theme. Two shows Art the usual time. Mrs. Louise Mayer came Down from Minneapolis to attend the wedding of her sister miss Ethel Thoma. Or. And mrs. Henry Stasand son and daughter of Hartford s. Dakota accompanied by his father and sister also of that City arrived in Postville tuesday and visited in the Home of ,1 and mrs. Julius Heins until wednesday afternoon when they departed for Elkader to visit other relatives. Or. And mrs. Art Foels and family or. And mrs. Loney Folsom and family and or. And mrs. Arbe Behrem packed their food kits with Good eats sunday an drove to Mcgregor where they we re ferried across the River to Prairie Duchien. From there they drove to the Wisconsin state Park which is Twenty two Miles fur tier on �., it enjoyed some of the most Beau. I ? Tifful scenery to be found in this part Lhfvi-8 or de m of Topui i a Hospital Here with injuries received a Vii when he was pinned under a tree Fri or and mrs. John l. Gregg and Day night on his father s farm Nearfamily--.and or and mrs. Geo. Union. De. Klingman was ser Hein arid family left today by Auto piously injured but it is believed he nmn coma if i will w.ov�. No hone is held for the on August 3rd, a total of 1,458,645 bushels were still under Seal thus showing that most of the users of the warehouse act were in position to get the Benefit of the recent advances in the Price of Corn. Most of the Corn which has been removed from Seal has been sold during the last month at a substantial Advance Over the. Price when put under Seal last fall. The increase in the Grade of the Corn has been a Factor in increasing the returns As Well As the increase in Price states or. Thornburg. Last fall a Large amount of the Corn was sold under the reported Price on account of the Large amount of moisture. Much of the Corn that has been properly stored so that it would dry out without molding has. Improved enough in Grade to equal the carrying falling tree hurts West Union lad for a vacation trip among some of the thousand lakes in Minnesota. They took their camping equipment with them and expect to have a really delightful time. Their first Stop will be in Stillwater at the Home of or. And mrs. La. Riley and Ira promises to Lead them to some of the greatest fishing they Ever heard about. Those from Here who attended the masoi46/. County picnic at Lansing Friday Wero Loney Folsom and family arid mrs. Sarah Simpson or. And mrs.,Leo Beucher and two children or. And mrs. R. Hecker or. And mrs. L. L. Hill. Or. And mrs. Bobby Sebastian or and mrs. Arbe Behrens or. And mrs. Henry Miller and Ellen Gertrude or and mrs. Henry Lange mrs. Art Harrington dad Harrington or. Hawkins and w. C. Mcneil. Sugland mrs. R. D. Noble and family Are now located in Postville occupying the e. E. Owen residence on East Tilden Street formerly occupied by the i. P. Hinman family. We Welcome them to our City and Trust they May enjoy their stay among us. Or. Noble is our new superintendent of schools and from the splendid reports concerning his school work elsewhere we can arrive at but one conclusion that is he will maintain them at their present High Standard. A. A a a will recover no Hope is held for the Margroff boy. The Accident occurred when the boy his father e. C. Margroff Dallas a Youner brother with c. Houg and Klingman were cutting Down an Elm tree which was the Haven for a swarm of bees. The tree fell unexpectedly trapping the three men and two boys. Or. Margroff Dallas. Arid Houg escaped with minor injuries Klingman was rendered unconscious when a limb struck his head and a Large limb pinned Lionel to the ground causing internal injuries. The Margroff farm is two and one half Miles East of West Union. Mrs. Angie Henderson and daughter May and we. Shardlow All of Cherokee came last week for a visit in the Home of or. And mrs. C. A Kerr on Henderson Prairie. Or. Shardlow left the first of this week for Chicago and Points in Ohio and Michigan while the others remain Here for a longer visit. The grand Meadow Community club will hold its next regular meeting August 20th at manner Hor Hall. County agent Combs will be there with a speaker and moving pictures after which we will have a Box social. Everybody Welcome ladies please bring Box with supper for two a Good time is assured you

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