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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 19, 1926, Postville, Iowa Be Telephone be is cause of Freak Accident 1% l. Meyer of Castalia Ilii drag cd on pavement and suffers Gevo re cuts und bruises re unusual Accident happened Stville Between 3 80 and 4 00 i list saturday afternoon when h. L Meyer of Haataia while i Wortlie Street on foot was caught  Telephone wire that had attached if to an Auto and.,was dragged a than a Hundred feet on the pave to sustaining severe cuts and sore lies arid was indeed fortunate to escaped with her life. Ii arly As we Are Able to learn in for Trio Farmers Telephone \ since resting As comfortably As pos though she is still suffering " a Little. Mrs. Meyer has been me what frail health and the Acci is a great Shock to her nervous a. With the Many friends of estimable lady Here and elsewhere Herald rejoices at her fortunate a from a More lamentable Fate kid or. Dreier not been driving Ful the stage might easily have set for death. Seems that As or Dreier s car passing along the Street the Loose i in some manner attached itself thumb screw beneath the foot used to hold a Luggage Carrier Ace and he did not notice it a typed near the Mcneil garage is truly a fortunate outcome to Ost unfortunate affair. Ion smothers five Kittens by Gesme living on a farm one of half Miles North of Honlon has Rhode Island red Hen that wring five Kittens. Teris were born about three go beside the Hen who was leg of a nest full of eggs but i disappointment so she a the Kitten family under her Ler. On hot Days the Kittens Ven Way from her but she Fallows Ding her wings Over them As if re a Brood of Chicks and plays Fth of a first class Mother e Mother cat leaves it to her to to them but returns to feed a a win leaving them in the care Hen who is evidently proud to 5 up Mother and does not. Shirk Job Northwood Anchor. Hutte maker resigns Hanson who has been butter a for the Elgin Farmers Dairy Pony for Many years tendered i ignation at the Creamery meet wently same to take effect aug a and the Board held a special on tuesday of this week to con mine and hire a successor. They a often at in securing Floyd l. Postville who is a brother Postville butter maker and As had four years of experience i jigs brother. He comes Recomb an experienced and Echo. We Are about fifty chapters of 4wak Walton league in the 3rd a a a congressional districts of own cements Are being made picnic to be participated by these chapters. The location will be tone House. He re is the on. Park in Iowa. The propos a c is to be late in August or Tieniber. Members Are to be. Bring the wife and kids loves Beds and All equipment a for Complete Camp to come is p tech Camp and remain in to eve a k. At least. There so rap hooting and bait and a one contests and All Mariner Toor sporting ,.with the i ice it is certain that a impetus will be Given to the to have a state. Park is he. Complete details will later. " arrangements for fair judges Are completed at a meeting of the Board of directors of the fair association the judges for the fair next month were eted. " Many Stock men and showmen will Bis disappointed to know that Bill Lagrange will not be with us again this your. Or. Lagrange has Given Good satisfaction the three years that he has judged in the past four has formerly judged All livestock including beef cattle Dairy cattle logs sheep and horses. In his place the fair management secured will Mcarthur of Mason City. Or. Car thur is proprietor of Hanoca farms at Mason City Iowa. Lie is also president of the North Iowa fair and livestock exposition. Besides being a prominent livestock judge or. Me a thur is an excellent judge t f Grain and he will be used in this department at the Alla Makee county fair. Or. Paul Stewart a Farmer and to Lateon breeder near Maynard has been secured to judge the Dairy cattle and the Dairy club calves. Or. Stewart is one of Iowa s leading breeders of Holstein cattle. He is superintendent of the Dairy manufacturing department of the Iowa state fair and in 1922 at the National Dairy show the grand championship was Given to a Llo Stein Bull owned by or. Stewart. The poultry judge who judged Here last year will be with us again this year or. A. H. Ward of Independence who judged last year will be secured again if possible but we have not heard definitely As to whether to May find it convenient to be Here this the Homo economics department miss Gladys Stewart has been secured for this year. Miss Stewart is judging a number of fairs this year and is highly recommended by. The Extension service of Iowa state College. She has been very Active As a 4-Li club member. Postville Iowa thursday August 19, 1926 number 41 Good Bye Auto goes Over Bank near Karl hide farm another Lucky Auto Accident occurred at a Little past eight o clock last sunday evening near the Karl hide farm about eight Miles Northeast of Postville on Highway no. 51. As we hear it Jos. Steel sr., of this City was returning to his Home in Postville by Auto with his grandchild Len the children of or. And mrs. Frank Steele of Marengo after spending the Day pleasantly in the Home of or. And mrs. Dan Steele of Waukon. They were driving along very leisurely at not to exceed 12 or 15 Miles per hour when All of a sudden the car went off the six foot Grade and rolled Over on its Side throwing the occupants out damaging the car top and breaking the Windshield. Or. And mrs. Karl hide who were preparing to retire for the night heard the crash and hurried to the scene to Render any assistance possible. The younger people of the party sustained various bruises and cuts of a minor nature but or. Steel who is 71 years of age received a bad bump on the nose and a Cut on the right wrist which required attention later at Postville los Palal Ere they were at once taken by or. Hide in his car. However All Are getting along nicely and will be As Well As Ever in a Short time a fact we Are More than pleased to record. Postville has a tourist Park last Spring the commercial club took the responsibility for making some of the most necessary improvements for the Comfort of the tourists it the Park in Postville City water my electric lights were installed two toilets and three tables were built and Trees and shrubs were set out. There is room for a great Deal More of improvement and any Public spirited citizen armed with a scythe or a Lawn Mower could use his weapon to Good advantage any time be Felt the urge. The Park is used by someone every night As there always Are one or More cars there. The location is desirable As it is East of town and away from the Railroad tracks insuring quiet for peaceful sleep. Three Large native Oak yes provide Shade and the drainage is Good due to the Hillside location. The site was donated to Postville for Park purposes by George Lull and can be made to advertise Postville a Orn coast to coast As a place to Stop r a place to shun. It s up to try or. Chas. In the Meyer our want and column. Tue and mrs. Chris Salzgeber and Senholz were sunday visitors Home of or and mrs. H. L. Meyer near Castalia. They reported mrs. Meyer As quite lame and sore front the effects of her Accident in Postville saturday afternoon. A letter from l. N. Erie Kew of Lavina Montana a former resident of Postville informs us that besides operating a 500 acre farm he has found time to dabble in politics n hit having at the primary election on August 3rd won the nomination for state representative on the Republican ticket carrying his Home precinct by a 0 to 1 majority. As his Home county Golden Valley is normally Republican he will doubtless win out at the november election. He also says that Joy Dresser also a former Postville boy has been with him of More than a year. The Herald publisher is under iat ing obligations to the Argo Gazelle of West Union for the past two weeks for printing our paper while a a were awaiting the arrival of new rollers for our news press to replace a set that succumbed to the intense heat prevailing hereabouts a few weeks ago. The entire Force of that splendid Eji Yette county paper assisted us in every Way possible in our dilemma and As a result Herald readers got their paper on time. Thanks folks and while we Hope you May never hive any Troubh if you do we Hope we May be Able and willing to repay you in kind. M noted speakers for the Alla Makee fair arrangements Are being made to secure a list of speakers for the fair this year that every person in Alla Makee county will be interested in hearing. An excellent Start has been made and the plans Are to give the a men an Opportunity to speak at a certain time during the fair that is on wednesday afternoon then will be one Spealler another speaker i wednesday evening another Tiv urday afternoon thursday evening and Friday afternoon. Or. Porter has been definitely secured to speak Here on wednesday afternoon sept. 8th. Or. Brookhart has promised to make arrangements to be Here but the Dace has not been decided upon at this time which is also the Case with or. Hau gun. Senator Bowman of Waterloo and Chas. Hearst president of the Iowa farm Bureau federation Are biking sought to be with us some time during the fair week. As soon As definite arrangements arc made readers will hear More in regard to this. Walter Hudson nuptials the parsonage of Rev. E. A. Sel Don in Waukon was the scene of a pretty wedding at 10 30 a. On thursday August 5, 1926, when miss Leah Walter of this City and Henry Hudson of Clermont were quietly married the Bride s Mother mrs. Lilly Walter witnessing the ceremony. The Bride wore a ashes of roses dress of Pioretta Sheen material with hat to match. The Groom wore a suit of Gray. Following the ceremony they left on a wedding tour that will take them to Cheyenne Wyoming Roundup Montana and the Yellowstone Park. They will be at Home to their Many friends in Clermont Iowa after september 5th. The Herald joins their friends in extending Hearty congratulations and Best wishes. Herald mailing list corrected this week the Herald mailing list has been corrected again this week up to and including noon of wednesday August 18th. Have we Given you proper credit look at your yellow tag right now and see. In Case of error please notify this office at once. If you Are in arrears on subscription we will appreciate your prompt renewal and will fix your tag in ship shape on next correction Date. The publisher or. And mrs. Frank Ervin left this morning for Waterloo to attend the funeral of Ben Wells former Postville boy. Miss Imo lamborn mrs. Geo. Waters and mrs. Mort Deering left this morning by Auto for Maxwell on a visit in the Home of Fred Mcclin Tock. A company of friends wore delightfully entertained monday evening at the Home of miss Josephine. Durno. A picnic supper was followed by a season at "500". The s. S. Of run of St. Paul s will conduct a Public food Sale at the Postville furniture store saturday August 21st. The sunday school solicits your patronage. Come and buy col. Geo. Waters already has Hoo sales booked for september. One in Postville sept. 4, for mrs. . Lien and a Poland China boar Sale for Schulie Bros at Elkader sept. 30th. Gustav Dietsch Louis Schulte and Willard were Over in Ludlow township sunday to attend a dinner Given in the Home of Rev. And mrs. Tissier in Honor of the latter s father her von Kurt who is Here from Germany on a visit. 1 mrs. Lester Delaney of Cedar rapids Frances Edward and Helen re grim Steele of Marengo children of or. And mrs. Frank Steele Are visiting at the Home of or. And mrs. J. W. Steele of this City and with other relatives. It s a wow behind the front the Bombshell comedy hit. Next Friday and saturday. Be there what the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago Schulte Diers relatives hold Happy reunion interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of August 16, 1901. John Waters was in Chicago for a few Days. A goad Broom costs 18 cents at the Racket Carload of watermelons arrived Ai John Thoma s. Seven car loads of cattle were shipped out of Here monday. I. We. Leui and two daughters spent monday in the Frank Orr Home. The Postville masons attended the funeral of Ezra Schoonmaker in Ossian sunday. Is. Rudy Stoehr and children Are hey for a Visi with her Mother mrs. Henry Weihe. Fnnnk toilet has had the City a Leiyn stated in his barn thereby filling a la org Felt need. Mrs augus Gordon her son Fred a id daughter mrs. Huffy have gone to Nebraska for a trip. Sixteen masons drove Over to Frankj Lle thursday evening to help Confer the third degree. Charley and Gertrude Harmon started on their Broncos for a trip to wis cons ii to visit relatives. Loua Skellon left for new York inst week and on the return trip will step for a visit at the Buffalo exposition. / mrs. Herman Sander and to. Children of Waukon were Over sunday visitors in the Chris Sander Home. John Mckinley sr., sold his 1s6 acre farm tuesday to Wilhelm Schulz for a consideration of $9705, or $g2y50. Per acre. Mrs1, Louise Poesch moved monday in the Earle House. Her Home above the. Rest rent will be occupied by the Bellows family. I. John Thoma and mrs. John Rucj Daschel visited from saturday until monday at Clayton Center in the Rev. Seifert Home. Frank Sebastian left wednesday morning for doll rapids s. Dakota to. Sec about the threshing on his farm. His wife accompanied him. K John Stockman died this thursday Forenoon after Many weeks of illness. The funeral will be held saturday Forenoon at 10 o clock from the Catholic Church. The baseball game wednesday Between the business men and the farm j ers was won by the business men with j a score of 14 to 9. The Gate receipts were $9.55. The Little German band enlivened the occasion. The democratic county convention will be held in Waukon saturday. The delegates from Post township Are win. Foels f. S. Burling Gustav Dietsch John Krambeer Martin Olson John Leithold Chris Leithold Chris Sander and Joe Steele. The editor and wife or. And mrs Gustav Dietsch spent sunday in Cedar rapids with John Breuer monday they visited Davenport Rock Island and the Arsenal at the latter place. The weather was Fine and they enjoyed their trip very much. John and Mary Nuernberger of Allegheny. Pennsylvania arrived Satin Jay noon for a visit in the Home of it Keir grandmother mrs. Carl Knodt and with their aunts and uncles. It is the first time these Young people have seen our Beautiful Western country. On sunday last there was a Large and Happy gathering of the Schulte and Diers relatives at the Beautiful farm Home of or. And mrs. Fred w. Benjegerdes West of Postville. Fine eats and sociability combined to make it an occasion Long to be remembered with pleasure. Those present were mrs. Herman Diers and son Theodore of Lincoln Nebi Aska Chas. Schulte and wife and son Elmer mrs. Wayne Smith and daughter Louise of Elkader or. And mrs. H. Schumacher Henry Schulte and family Geo. Hill and family of Garnavillo or. And mrs. Louis Ila Gen sick and family h. H. Diers and family of Clayton Center a or. And mrs. Chas. A. Lantzky Dubuque or. And mrs. Arnold Koss Garnavillo mrs. Eliza Klein and daughters Meta and Anna or. And mrs. We. Klein and son Preston Minnesota mrs. Eva Stanton and son of Spokane Washington mrs. Violet Klein Terrell and son of bes Moines mrs. Lawrence Keefe Decorah or. And mrs. Dale Smith of Manchester. St. Paul s lutheran Church the family Church on the Hill the Rev. E. T. Finck pastor. Sunday August 22nd. 9 30 a. Graded s. S. And Bible school. 10 30a. Preaching in the German language. 7 45 p. Service in the English language. Special numbers vocal and instrumental. Come spend your time profitably. Jesus invites you to come St. Paul s Church has  thrown its doors ajar that you May come and Hoar what great things the lord has done for you that heaven s Gates May open to bid you enter. Friday August 27th.% at 8 00 p. The adult confirmation class will meet with the pastor. There Are private confirmations of adults almost every week. Come Don t stand Back Rev. E. T Finck pastor Community club to hold a Box social the grand Meadow Community club will hold its regular meeting and a social at Maenner Chor Hall Postville saturday evening August 21st, instead of Friday As stated last week. Everybody Welcome. Bring Box a with supper for two. Col Geo. Waters auctioneer. Coffee Cream and sugar furnished by club. Diamond Jubilee norwegian churches the congregation of the Clermont and Norway norwegian lutheran churches in Fayette and Clayton counties will on August 27, 28 and 29,. Celebrate their seventy fifth anniversaries at the Norway Church two Miles West of St Olaf. A Fine program of speaking and., singing has been arranged in both the norwegian and English languages. The general Public is cordially invited. Following is the program a a. Friday August 27 Luther league convention  of Decorah circuit. 10 30 a. service.  Sermon by Rev E. Waldeland St. Ansgar Iowa. Address of Welcome Rev. T. A. Tysdal. Response Rev. G. Gunsten. Dinner hour dinner served at Church 25 cents. 1 to 2-business meeting. 2 p. . Theme behold i have set before thee an open Rev 3, 8. I Grace Rev. Chr. Heltne. Ii service Rev. T. O. Tole. Ilsc Victory Rev. J. A. Erickson. A offering. A. 8 p. . Or. Oscar Olson pres. Of Luther College. Saturday August 28 fest service norwegian. Sermon Rev. H. Holm pres. Of Iowa District. Altar service by Rev. O. Glesne. English fest service or. Jacob Tanner Minneapolis. Altar service Rev. E. Waldeland. Dinner served free by ladies of Norway and Marion congregations on saturday and sunday. Saturday 2 p. . . J. Steele Minneapolis. Greetings by visiting pastors. English address Rev. O. Glesne Decorah. Greetings by visiting pastors. Sunday August 29 10 30 a. Sermon or. J. Tanner. English Sermon or. J. Stolee. 2 p. of the Rev. Arveson memorial Monument erected by the members of Norway and Marion congregations. Address by Rev. O. Glesne. 2 30 p. address by visiting pastors. Closing addresses by Rev. G. Gunsten and Rev. T. W. Tysdal. Music at the different sessions by Norway and Marion fest choir Clermont choirs also vocal solos and vocal duets by members from the different congregations. Besides the Church a Large tent will be used. On saturday and sunday separate services will be conducted in each at. Same time. At the one English will be used at the other norwegian. Excavate petrified tree workmen engaged in blasting operations on English Hall on primary no. 17, Southeast of Knoxville recently made a prehistoric find in the shape of a tree which was partly petrified. A Sample of he petrified Wood is on exhibition at the Dunlap drug store. The tree was found lodged Between two Largo boulders Twenty to thirty feet under the surface of the ground. The tree is As Large As the Ordinary one now growing in this country. Part of it is entirely petrified while part is soft As Sandstone and can be shaved with a knife Bhe remainder is not petrified but is still in its natural state and can be Cut like any other Wood. It is not known How Long ago this tree was growing on Earth but As it was covered by Twenty to thirty feet of Earth and Rock it is probable that it was 20,00 to 30,000 years of age. Some of the largest rocks found in the country have been blasted from this Hill during Tihe past two or three Anchor. The Good old Days of Phil Sheridan craze the Ball game at Myron sunday Between Waukon and Postville was won by the latter by a score of 17 to g. The Postville nine consisted of Henry Ambrose and Joe Mcgaheran will Crowe Charley Harris Frank Orr Charley Bayl ass Mike Barrett and b6rt cook.-40 years ago in the Waukon Democrat. Poultry and Swine specialist coming or. Burgett will conduct a postmortem demonstration clinic at the n. E. Produce House Postville at 8 p. M., thursday August 19. Admission free. All Are invited to come and learn How to Stop hog and Chicken losses. Community Church notes r. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 a. Sabbath school at u a. The Sermon subject will be Jesus Christ is in his Church Fred motored to Mason City on. Tuesday to take Mary Mcgirk Home after a visit Here. In the Home of his parents or. And mrs. Bert e. Turtle and to attend to some business matters. Fred is expected Back today. A t. Miss Alice Phillips and a party of friends motored Here from Cedar rapids saturday afternoon and accompanied her parents or. And . J. Phillips to Mcgregor of Sun Day leaving from there for the rapids that afternoon. Mrs. F. W. Hughes and Nephew drove to Clermont sunday afternoon whore they were joined. By or. And mrs. A w. Straus in and baby. They took along a picnic supper and went to West Union for a delightful evening hour at the fair ground Park. The summer school for teachers closes at Cedar Falls on Friday of this week Yuul As a result about Nineteen Hundred Iowa Homes will Welcome their boys and girls for a week or two before they leave for their various Fields of labor to Start another year s work As teachers. ,mr." and mrs. L. O. Beucher and family left wednesday by Auto for a visit with relatives in Minneapolis where they will remain until sunday and then return to Clear Lake where they will be met by or. And mrs. Earl Ahe Rethy and family and or. And mrs. L. L. Hill and son of this City and enjoy the Day at that popular resort. It s a wow behind the front the Bombshell com our pirates win ten Frame game on sunday last Postville autos to Arlington sunday and wins 12 to 7 in a fiercely fought Battle. The pirates won a pretty baseball Battle sunday from Arlington by a 12 to 7 score in a game that went an inning overtime much to the Delight of the fans who were there and those who remained at Home As Well. Palmer was in the Box three in mugs to game and old Doc Schultz pushed the pigskin across the remaining seven frames both doing Somo mighty hard work in splendid form and their mates gave them Good support at the crucial times. All hands Are How working Good and we can confidently expect them to take the lion s share of the three remaining games of the season while they will win no cup in this year s race they have put up a Good Brand of Ball every game and have made All contenders go some to win. Their work looks so Good to the Waukon fair management they have been signed up for a game at the annual county show. Whom they will play is not known but Postville will come out of the Battle with credit win or lose. Next sunday the biome team goes to West Union to tackle one of the Strong teams of the league and it will be a game Worth going to see. We Are making no prediction but watch them win it. Volga City will be Here August 29th for the last Home game of the season. Postville 12, Arlington 7. Last sundays. Results. Volga City 2, St. Olaf 0. Hawkeye 6, Elgin 3. Clermont 8, West Union 0. Next sunday s games. Postville at West Union., Arlington at Clermont. Elgin at St. Olaf. Hawk eve at Volga City. List of trial jurors for september court following is a list of the trial jurors drawn for the september term of the District court of Alla Makee county who Are cited to appear at 10 00 Al m., tuesday september 14, 1926 Paul Denning Waukon. De Rayburn Dorchester. La Rue Webster Postville. H. Koevenig Postville. Joe Schultz Postville. Vrsg1" . Schroeder Postville. Fred Hager Waukon. Martin Stenslie Dorchester. John Moetsch Postville. Ray Moellerman Lansing. Otto Kiesau Waukon. Hank Shobert Lansing. We. Tisdale harpers ferry. Fred Gilson Waukon. Otto Hanson Waukon. A. E. Drogsett Waukon. J. E. Hogan Postville. N Celia Sander Waukon. Dorothy Carl Waterville. Joseph Wagner Lansing. Joseph Howe harpers ferry. S. P. Bauer Lansing. Minnie Nagle Waukon. Trios. Hancock jr., Waukon. Martin Kolstad Lansing. Adolph Meyer new Albin. John Glynn Lansing. Joe Beardmore Dorchester. Eliza Stockton Waukon Ernie Smith Luana. Frank Zieman Dorchester. Leo Promnitz Waukon. F. H. Luhman Postville. Carl Schaefer Lansing. Otto Kurk new Albin. D. Martelle harpers ferry. H. O Donnell Church. Simon Brandt Waukon. George Kruse Luana. T. W. Mullaney Waukon. On a City lot try our want and column. Or. And mrs. W. D. Standorf of West Union were sunday guests of or. And mrs. R. D. Sams. Or. And mrs. Arthur Schultz and family or. And mrs. J. A. Schroeder and family or. And mrs. Lawrence Welzel and family Helen Willman Elza Libbie and Verni Schultz were dinner guests sunday at the Home of or. And mrs. Geo. Schultz in this City. William Hanson will be in Postville August 23 with a Carload of draft horses. 10 geldings arid 5 mares Colts i by Side. These horses Are bred right and broke to work. Everything will be As represented by a Man you know. See Small Bills. Or. And mrs. R. W. Thoma and two daughters of Lime Springs motored to Postville sunday to visit or. And mrs. Fred h. Luhman. In the afternoon Thev went to Spillville Park and had a picnic supper after which All departed for their respective Homes. Miss Virginia Williams who has been Here enjoying a vacation visit in the Home of her parents or. And mrs. F. L. Williams left monday for Des Moines. There she was to join her Friend in a motor trip Back to san Diego and los Angeles California where the girls Are respectively engaged in school work or. And mrs. Gilbert Stockman and family were picnicking and fishing in Turkey River below Clermont sunday As the Bass would t look at his bait Gilbert got sore and Slid off the rocks and into the water up to his eyebrows after them and he knows now right 1 where they Are located but decided to about 400 b. C., Socrates said the Earth also kindly teaches men Justice for it is those who treat her Best that she recompense with the most numerous the Farmer knows this and to him the words of Socrates in this connection mean Little. He makes his living from the farm. But Many a City Dweller with two or three lots does t realize what he has. He lets his ground go to grass. Maybe he plants a radish or two and some lettuce each Spring but that s about All he does. On a City lot anyone who has a mind to May raise All the grapes plums applies strawberries blackberries and raspberries he needs enough to Supply a family of five persons. And he will have some to sell left Over. He will also have space enough for All the Garden stuff his family can eat. And he will have a great Deal of fun attending to his Trees and vegetables. Edy hit. Next Friday and let them stay a week or two longer saturday. Be there to fatten up. A want and will always do it. That always Good fair the one that never disappoints and the one that draws Postville folks like molasses does flies will be held at West Union next week and As usual we Are All going Over. See their display and in today s Herald and you la see they will have a big show at a reasonable Price. Way up the sunny South Atlanta Georgia to be exact is if tend the glorious tidings that a Dandy eight Pound baby girl was born last thursday to or. And mrs. L. Erobb the Mother being Best known to Postville folks As Charlotte Conley. This event confers upon or. And mrs. Henry Conley of this City a grand parental honors which they Are wearing with becoming dignity Tho it is said Henry who is a Barber and poultry Raiser put a nest in his Barber chair for customers to Lay in and then went up Home and gave several of his Black Minorca a hair Cut and shave. Hearty congratulations to All concerned

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