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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 26, 1926, Postville, Iowa I it official paper Alla Makee county Postville Herald official paper town of Postville a live newspaper in a live town thirty fourth year Postville Iowa thursday August 26, 1926 number 42 Imam in vile pirates take the Fay Fife county Capitol Crow by a u to 1 score. Jio snit Postville could t ploy / silence gives consent and they Tivey got a late Start with their Giro aka but they Are burning them  the in. Wpm fully of Date r last sunday i z i eco yes and luxuries went Over county �ool8 u w0,u� to blvd by a sizeable Bunch of fans Gnem will be m4.r�vi a Taf nninff3 they Hud will x of my the Postville schools Start next monday another Long summer vacation All but spent Anil on monday morning August 30th, the old school Bell will again Call the boys and girls from their frolic and fun Back to the House of knowledge to mingle with books fled wrestle with exams while filling their noodles with hunks of Wisdom that May seen useless just now but in the years to come after they have passed out of school life into life school those who have worked hardest and acquired the most will find it useful in acquiring bread and butter autos and gasoline and a few of i lit Timsing across first base at mum of service at a reasonable i follows in bul whys pa8t.,.,., machine gun in action. And it tin. Smoke of the Battle had founding. Cost i .c1 bullets Whiz past and in a Community where your boys to i machine gun in action. And and gilds will find the Best of r Elm red Post me 14, West in cd Doe. Schultz in the Pitcher Box was going stronger than House in dish and the hits off him were few far Between. The rest of the gang also playing in Good form and a l a or a base runner stood about a much Chance of getting anywhere i Ine log Mel Duck in a mud puddle Bud the boys were just getting ready Ltd Piny when the game ended. It was to great game for sore eyes and Post tills Stock now Way above Par and Wiliie figures in the second division per cent anti column Are in a horrible inn t next sunday Toots White and his Volga City Crew will be Here to tackle the pirates in the last game on ii Home grounds this season and no Lover of base Ball should1 fail to see the fun. Witler the Postville boys going joke hot dogs at the county fair it will sure be Worth coming Miles to witness and Home town fans should be on the Job in Large numbers to watch the percentage figures grow. Remember the game will be called at 2 30 and you la get the Best 25 cent bargain Ever offered on any base Ball Diamond in America. Last sunday games. Pos Vilh 14. West Union 1. St. Olaf 0, Elgin 3. Volga City 2, Hawkeye 0. Clermont 6, Arlington 5. Next sunday games. St Olaf at Hawkeye. Volga City at Postville. West Union at Arlington. Clermont at Elgin. The Board of education has spared neither pains nor expense in securing a capable corps of teachers and who will spare neither time nor honest Endeavor in helpful service to the pupils. Below we present a list of those who will preside Over the several branches of work in the Postville schools this year. You will find them All men and women of the finest Type and deserving in every Way of the Hearty support of the people of this Community in their endeavours to be of helpful service to your boys and girls. . D. Noble. Principal Amy k. Meier. Ismith Hughes agriculture Fred c. O Riley. Manual to. And coach Palmer 0. Johnson. Social science and history Margaret Hill. English and latin Katherine Bryan. Music Hazel Bortner. Home economics Lois Farrington. Junior High principal Claretta starry. Junior High Mary in. Hanson. Fifth Grade Amelia Druen. Fourth Grade Ada Devires. Third Grade Helen l. Fuller. Second Grade Rachel Myton. First Grade Cora b. Darling. Dry goods store wet no More Ivan Watros proprietor of the Davis i Corners store was arrested on a charge of conducting a nuisance and f was placed under $1000 Bonds to appear before judge Reed. A raid on the store by Deputy sheriff Cameron on thursday morning resulted1 in the foregoing haul 55 gallon barrel of Mash five 15 gallon kegs and a Wash boiler full of material in working condition two vases containing 24 bottles each of alleged genuine Beer. Cresco Plain dealer. Judge Taylor gave the fellow a i three months jail sentence and fined i him $500, the judge in passing sen t Tenee took occasion to give the defendant a Little lecture Oil the error of his Way. He reminded the Young aum that invariably Money secured a violation of Law sooner or later f Wald prove a detriment to its owner i that the Only kind of wealth Worth having that acquired by honest toil. Sch u Ltd Jen sen n nuptials inbred wheat seed at $3.00 per acre a pretty wedding was solemnized at the Zion eve. Lutheran Church Cas Talia Iowa at eleven o clock on tuesday morning August 21, 11 2 1, when Rev. J. Voelk United in marriage miss Alta Dora Schultz and or. William Jensen a goodly company of invited guests witnessing the ceremony. The Bride a daughter of or. And mrs. Win. C. Schultz Northwest of Postville a most likeable Young lady whose winning ways have endeared r to an Ever widening Circle of friends. The Groom comes from Appleton Wisconsin and Little known hereabouts hut friends from his Home town vouch for his integrity and Sterling Worth. Following the ceremony the guests repaired to the Home of the Bride where an elaborate wedding dinner was heartily enjoyed and the afternoon spent in the usual merrymaking incident to such occasions. Or. And mrs. Jensen will Appelton Wisconsin where a friends of the contracting parties will join the Herald in wishing them every happiness. Reside in Host of Chicken ear lobes Tell color of ecos or. And mrs. L. O. Beucher and family returned sunday evening from 1 a several Days visit to relatives in Minneapolis. L Peter von Kothen of Germany who had been visiting in the Home of his daughter mrs. Zissler Over in Ludlow township for some weeks past left last week on a visit to relatives in Wisconsin. Or. Von Kothen who seventy one years of age enjoying immensely his first visit to the United states and before returning will journey to Philadelphia to take in the sesquicentennial. Or. And mrs. Geo. W. Hein and family and or. And mrs. John l. Wegg and family returned sunday evening from their two weeks out a at Square Lake Minnesota. Their amp was located nine Miles from the Home of or. And mrs. Ira. Riley at Sti Luvater and Many were the eve Wonga these people would motor out ? visit them and did everything pos we to make their stay pleasant. \ there was a real enjoyable gather in of Alla Makee county folks at c Eaf Lake last sunday and they died and talked to their heart Content. These present to share in the pleasures of congenial companionship were or. And mrs. L. O. Beu a w and family or. And mrs. Ear Abernethy and family arid or and l l. Hill and son of Postville Jef and mrs. Guy Eaton and or. And  g. Minert of Waukon. The grand Meadow farm coma a my club had a most enjoyable and Phil meeting at Singer Hall vast own Day evening. President Leui called the meeting to order t mrs. Lee Folsom Secretary Reada minutes of the last meeting of a which county agent Combs profited several reels of motion Pic e i two comics and an educational a the ton litter Carl l. Einecke of the Elkader messenger Wen gave an interesting and i Light in in talk on pub City that should pc very helpful to the members in pv�-f�i8 reports of their meetings for be press. County agent Combs then w e a talk on the arrangements of f of Tom for the club. The club also meted to the color of a Chicken ear lobes n Safe Index to the color of the eggs she lays according to the Blue Valley Creamery Institute which quotes prof. A c. Phillips authority for the statement. The eggs of leghorn Anco iia and other Breeds of chickens classed the Mediterranean group Are always while and the ear lobes Are White Phillips. Sometimes when Bushel and a half lots of inbred Winter wheat enough to seed one Acie Are again being offered this year la those who would like to try out this Hardy Strain which was developed at the Iowa agricultural Experiment station. A charge of $3 made for the Bushel and a half to cover Cost of the seed the handling and the bag. Lobbied a Strain which lived thru the Winter of Lyle a .u7 unharmed when other kinds grown alongside of it killed out completely. Since then it has proven very Hardy at the station and 011 various farms Over the state where it has been tried. The ripened Heads of inbred have a distinct Bronze color. The Berry decidedly Short and plump resembling Spring wheat somewhat in this particular character. Those interested in giving inbred a trial should get in touch with the Iowa Experiment association Ames Iowa at an Early Date in order that the seed May be shipped out promptly. If larger amounts than the trial lots Are wanted a Good Deal of certified seed May be secured from growers in various parts of the state. What the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago Lydia of the Pines the Herald new serial interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volk Slilaty August 23, 1901. To whom it May concern says prof in. You Are discussing poultry i h a be informed acquaintance Tell him that you can describe the color of i he eggs Laid by a purebred Hen by merely looking at the Bird. You can have some fun at his expense in order for you to Back your claims merely look it the Birds ear lobes. If they Are White in color the eggs produced will be White but if they Are red the eggs will be coloured some Shade of Brown. I do not know an exception to the Rule and All Birds in the Mediterranean class run True to on next monday and tuesday night August s0 and 31 we Are presenting at the Postville theatre the biggest of All High class photoplay Colleen Moore playing the part of Irene gives the greatest performance of her career surpassing by far her achievements in Irene taken from the musical comedy Irene which has broken All Box office records of previous showings of Sally and other big musical comedies. Wiliie first. A National pictures co. Paid $125,000.00 for the screen rights. The last four reels of the picture which Are in natural colors Cost them j at the rate of fifty cents per foot. No Money has been spared in the making i of Irene. J Irene should please every one who j appreciates and enjoyed the highest Type and class of screen entertainment and i Hope that each and every one May be Able to see this splendid photoplay. Your very respectfully l. E. Palmer manager. .,.",�" co operate with the Post a i ship club in arranging a banquet the b0ys and girls of the calf club a ,�v0p tag of achievement Day september Lith. The meeting was enclosed and col. Geo. Waters pro a cd to sell the boxes with eats for ,7� my realized a Little Over $18.00, it in the to sea hours whet ilk a Nib Lage dispersed and hied Keleb homeward to grab off a a sleep before it was time to Roll United Brethren Church a Natalia. S. At 10 00 a. M. Ethels. 10 00 a. In. A Emerson will he the senior or. G. W. It. Last quarterly conference at the Bethel Church on Friday night september 3rd, at 8 00 o clock. Or. Emerson will also punch at cast Ilia on sunday morning september 5th, 1 00 a. M. At Forest Mills at 3 00. M. And at Bethel sunday evening at 8 00 o clock. Chas. M. Harris pastor Winfield been Nur ing a sore Eye tin will have it in starts monday week but allows he when school former superintendent still in politics shape or. And or Vern Ana a Fly. Drove to Dover my Vesov Are going away to. To teach school the Herald would be Pleu Sud to hear of it so that we can make mention of the fact. Or. And mrs. L. E. Becker and sons Ronald and Wallace of Proton and will Nicholson of be Mars arrived Here saturday by Auto for a visit in the Home or or. And mrs. Eldo Derieke. A if monday for Elkader to via the following clipping refers to a Man once superintendent of the Postville schools Frank Merriam a former resident of Delaware county which he served in the 26th and 27th general assemblies a candidate for lieutenant governor of California. He served ten years in the legislature of that state four of which he was speaker of the House. After serving in the Iowa legislature he was elected auditor of state which position he held from 189 to 1303. He spent his Hoy Hood at Hopkinton and graduated from Lenox College. Sex then years ago he went to California locating at Long Beach where he engaged in the newspaper business. Wendel Wagner and son Willard were Ossian visitors sunday evening. Miss Louise Schroeder was at Elgin last Friday to attend the funeral the dance saturday night was Well attended. Grace Corcoran went to Chicago last monday. Mrs. John Waters has gone to Indiana to visit friends. A Charley Heins became the Lucky t Apa of a Fine Little son. Josephine Flecker has returned from a four week visit in Lansing. A miss Tillie Nicolay began a clerkship in the Racket store monday. A daughter arrived last week at the Home of Section Boss Doolan. Henry Bollman died sunday morning at vhf Home 5 Miles North of Post 3/ a ses Mcmasters reports his Early de Corn just Good this year it was last year. Fred splies & son in Luana have bought the mercantile business conducted by Alfred Ernst. A Large number of Postville people a amt to Oelwein this morning to attend the Woodman picnic. Flora lass received her diploma from the Decorah Institute last Friday after several years of study. Pastor Braun of Farmersburg and pastor Seidel of Reedsburg. Wisconsin visited in the Chas. Huebner Home Friday. Douglas Dore More of Waukon and r. N. Douglass from1 Here Are in attendance at the democratic state convention in Des Moines. It now almost three weeks since a drop of rain has fallen in this Vicinity. Most of the Wells Are dry excepting the very deep ones. Lafayette Schneider who used to work for Waters & Nicolay. Spent several hours in Postville monday. He now has a hardware store at Garner. Carl holler and wife left monday a air but Ilo to attend the exposition cry the return trip they will Stop in Chicago to buy goods for the clothing store. 150 people from Here boarded the excursion train wednesday for the Woodman picnic at Mcgregor. Oak Camp of Postville took their Banner and marched in the Parade. Sunday afternoon at 2 o clock there will be a Ball game at Everman Field one mile West of Postville. Fort Atkinson will play our Home team. Admission 15 cents. Ladies free. Mrs. Angus Gordon who went to Nebraska for her health at the beginning of last week died there saturday. Her funeral was held from the congregational Church on tuesday. The City Council has been petitioned to extend the water Mains on Green Street from the Hoy & Schroeder Corner to the Paul Willman Corner. A number of families Well the Turner Verein to connect. Herman Wemer clerk at Skelton & Tangerman Jrolf was pumping one of the Laige air pressure gasoline lamps. Morning when it exploded. He hit on the head by a piece of the. ,.g debris Inid rendered unconscious. Lucky for him the lamp was not lit. He was Able to return to work the Samo Day. In these Days when there More or less fault finding undeserved we Trust with the younger generation it will be a pleasure to read about girl against whom no serious criticism could be lodged. Such a girl Lydia heroine of Honore Willsie novel Lydia of the Pines about to Start a serial in the Herald. This girl an inspiration neither an Angel nor too Good to be human but just fix regular girl whose honesty ambition and affectionate loyalty Haye a wholesome effect upon All with whom she comes in Contact. It a splendid love Story too and contains other ele moots of Romance but the greatest Charm in the wonderful character of the girl and the Fine spirit of optimism which it radiates. Whether you Are Good bad or just average you will love Lydia just . Did the Good bad and average with whom she was surrounded. Do not miss the opening instalment. Sanderson Luhman use great care in 1 a selecting seed Corn the dry rot holds of Corn Are not Only noticeable in discarded moldy ears at husking but Are very noticeable on the germinating seed Corn. Diseased seed Corn results in a poor stand and yield. In 33 county plots with Over 300 Farmers Corn Over a period of four years the healthy selected ears have yielded nearly 6 bushels More than the Farmers selected seed. In 1925 the increase ran to 14.5 bushels for a Central Iowa Farmer. The annual loss due to the ravages of dry rot holds in seed Corn estimated at nearly $50,000,000.00. This enormous loss coupled with the Early Frost last fall caused the scramble for seed Corn this Spring. Select seed soon the ears Are filled and dented from healthy stalks thus not Only securing seed before the freeze but securing the Best seed before the holds have spread and contaminated the entire Field. Don t neglect to begin right select seed Corn before the holds spread. Pick the seed soon ears Are Well filled and dented from healthy Green stalks. The dry rot holds of Corn Are spread by tiny spores in other plants Well human diseases. These spores Given the proper Supply of food and temperature conditions develop rapidly producing thousands of other spores which Are scattered Over the entire Field by the wind. These spores Lodge and reproduce again provided favourable conditions Are available. Early picked seed escapes the contamination of these disease spores and if stored in a dry Cool place will remain healthy until planting time. The Mold cannot withstand a Ary and Cool storage and will not develop although the air May he polluted with the tiny spores. Don t select the ears from dried stalks or those haying dead husks. These ears May be prematurely ripened due to the presence of disease or the injury of insects. These ears Are Chaffy due to the cutting off of the food Supply before nature provided and will lower materially the Quality of the seed. Proper selection of seed Corn will eliminate much extra labor in testing to secure the a 1" ears for seed during the Winter and Early Spring months Well Cut Down on the amount of storage room needed to Supply the necessary amount of seed. Boys and girls calf club Day september 11tb the second annual achievement Day of the big four club will be held in Postville the boys and girls of the big four calf club will hold their second annual achievement Day in Postville saturday september 11th, on which occasion they will bring their calves Here for judging and display. It will be an event no one in Postville or sur. Oui Ding country will desire to miss. Much their showing was appreciated last year this season exhibit will prove to All they have made a great Forward stride in. The raising of livestock. It to All to come out on achievement Day and show to these boys and girls who will soon be conducting farms of their own our interest in them and their accomplishments.  the judging will take place at 10 o clock a. M. After the judging an intermission will be taken for dinner when All will repair to the Parish Hall to partake of a Fine dinner to be served by the lutheran. Ladies Aid. Promptly at one o clock the boys and girls will Parade their Stock along the principal business streets the Postville High school band heading the procession. Following the Parade comes a. Stock judging exhibit. At two o clock the following program wit he presented music by Postville band. Song Rev. Galloway and a. L. Meier. Talk by co. Agent Dack. Ukulele duet by Melinda shierholz and Viola Weihe. Talk by Floyd Johnson of water-00. Solo by Viola Weihe. Talk by or. Taf t. Music by the band. The grand Meadow and Post township farm Community clubs will give the boys and girls of the calf club a Fine banquet at 7 30. M. Full particulars in next week Herald. Threshing Accident fatal to Farmer on thursday afternoon August 12 at 4 o clock in the Little Brown Church in the Vale at Nashua occur Rod the marriage of miss Thelma Fern Sanderson daughter of or. And mrs. Ole Sanderson of Ridgeway to Hubert Clark Luhman son of or. And mrs. Ii. Luhman of Postville. The Kev. J. L. Mccorison of Nashua officiated. The Bride was attired in a gown of peach color Georgette with Brilliant trimmings and with hat to match. The Groom wore a suit of Navy Blue. The newlyweds loft immediately for their new Home at Denver Colorado a Shore the Groom employed in the Pioneer state Bank. The congratulations and Best wishes of their Many friends go with them on their Long journal. State officials say they need More pay Ben Schmitt whose Accident while threshing was told of in last week Fayette county Union died in St Joseph Hospital at new Hampton thursday August 12th, at 11 30. Deceased was the son of or. And mrs Henry Schmidtt living three and a half Miles Southeast of St. Lucas. While threshing at hone two Days before his death Ben was regulating the Blower on the machine and he jumped from the platform on which he was standing he came Down onto a Pitchfork handle which stood below him in such a manner that the handle penetrated his Abdomen going in far enough to injure the liver. Only one other person saw the Accident and to failed to realize the seriousness of it Ben pulled the Fork out from his body and walked away before calling for help or giving any sign of Hurt Fayette county Union. Notice to the Public of mrs. August Holzer. Or and mrs. Darius Orr miss eve Orr or. And mrs. J. A. Pal were West Union picnickers sunday. F state officials Are requesting increases in salaries which will amount to $211,000, having submitted their request to the budget department. Gov. Lla Mill seeks for an increase in his salary from $0,200 to $8,001 and an increase of $000 for House rent. He now receives $000 for rent. Iio Artl of control members want a raise from $4,000 to $5,000 Board of parole members from $4,000 to $5,000 Secretary of St state treasurer $4,000 to $5,000. The state librarian asking for an annual increase of $000, three mine inspectors want $900 More each and three Railroad commissioners would be glad to have an increase of $400 each. A the following Resolution was adopted unanimously at the last meeting of the Board of education of the Post Villo Independent school District whereas it a Well known fact that the use of tobacco especially i Gai ties injurious even when used to moderately by the Young therefore be it resolved by the Board of director of the Independent school District of Postville Iowa that any student attending school who seen or reported smoking cigarettes or using Tobac co in any form or under the influence of liquor will be suspended or exp led at tin discretion of the Board. Geo. S. Tuttle Secretary two timely receipts Community Church notes. R. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 a. M. Sabbath school at 11 a. M. The Sermon subject will be Christ Ideal for his Schroeder relatives hold most enjoyable reunion on sunday last 108 of the relatives gathered at Mcgregor Park. Fine eats and sociability made it an occasion Long to be remembered. Those present were or. And mrs. Calvin Schroeder or. And mrs. Frank Schorg or. And mrs. Elmer Schroeder or. And mrs. Henry schierholz or. And mrs. Edd Torvold and their families or. And mrs. Lieu Schroeder or. And mrs. Delbert Schorg or. And mrs. Realty saugling and mrs. Ella Kann All from Guttenberg mrs. John Schroeder and daughter Alma and Katie and son Rudolph or. And mrs. Orville Wirkler or. And mrs. Walter Duwe or. And mrs. Rudolph Garms or. And mrs. Henry. Schroeder and their families mrs. Charles Lempke and son Verni and or. And mrs. Lempke All of Monona or. And mrs. Lloyd Kickbush and family of Oster Dock or. And mrs. Harry Kolker and family of Turkey River or. And mrs. Henry Palmer and family and or. And mrs. Robert Walker of Edge Yood or. And mrs. Leroy Schorg mrand mrs. Leroy Schroeder and family or. And mrs. V. A. Hyde All of Garnavillo or. And mrs. Paul Kossack and daughter or. And mrs. C. F. Widman and son of Mcgregor mrs. Rudolph Schroeder of Elkader or. And mrs. Albert Gulsvig and family of Guilder or. And mrs. W. A. Meier and family or. And mrs. E. F. Meier of Castalia mrs. B. F. Schroeder and daughter in Guise or. And mrs. De Schroeder mrs. Allen Schroeder and two children and or. And mrs. Carl Welzel and family of Postville. Skin. .,.__._. Plums and grapes Are plentiful this Secretary of state $4,000 to $5,000 1 year and one of our readers kindly has handed in two Good recipes for you to try Plum preserves to a Kettle Ful of plums add 1 larg Teaspoon soda and Cook until perfectly done. Pour off water. This cannot be used for Jelly take out pits. Boil 1 part plums 1 1-2 parts water and 2 parts sugar until thick. Prepared grape juice 2 quarts grapes and 0 quarts water. Boil and Strain. Add 1 cup sugar to 1 cup of this juice and Seal in Glass jars. Mrs. Louis Schutte try our want and column. Postville wore a deserted air yesterday Many had gone to the fair at West Union. Or. And mrs. Albert Rundquist and two sons and three daughters were guests at the Irvin Allen Home from saturday until Evelyn Hawkins returned to Mason City saturday after a weeks visit Here to her Friend and College classmate miss Joyce Schmidt. Or. And mrs. Peter Meland and family and mrs. David Meyer motored to Clear Lake sunday being met there by or. And mrs. Harvey Meyer of Greene and spent the Day pleasantly picnicking. Or. And mrs. Joe Harris Winni Fred Wallace mrs. Alida Lange and or. And mrs. Evan Swenson left Early yesterday morning for it. Hope Wisconsin to spend the Day in the Home of or. And mrs. C. B. Davenport. The roof on the new Community Church and the plasterers begin their work today. Geo. Schroeder the contractor making Good headway with this Structure and Hopes to have it ready for use at the stipulated time. Or. And mrs Evan Swenson entry our want and column. Or. And mrs. Louis Becker and two sons and Don Nichelson of lemars., few a weeks sojourn in j arrived in Postville last saturday on ool owing3 few her millinery a visit to their relatives in this Vicin Postville a riels left , the Derieke and Klinge families a St for Ana Inosa to visit her or. And mrs. A French of Kan Sas City. Missouri John French and children of Waterloo Enro Ute to Dav night for Anain father from there she will a com 1.9. V her Niece to Lown City to have. ,.p, for after which she Clear Lake were dinner guests last my return to Chicago to look after i thursday of or and mrs. Chaa h. Her business interests in the. Windy Krumm of this City. Juty i l. A. Schultz of Luana had an Auto a a a the  Irene at the mishap sunday before last when his a Obi if theatre next Dodge touring car turned Over just in a and tuesday. It South of Fayette. The Auto was dam left monday for re Tuter. Ghow if tax t i 40c ing for their Homes. Elmer Schultz and Gus Miller were a a a mrs f Melvold attend West Union visitors a cd est la St thursday and _ a. A. ,. Report a Good fair and a Large attend Rev. Chas. W. Harris at present a i holding revival meetings at the unl-1. A. ,.,. Tori re liven a Loreli a and mass Agnes Kielty returned to her expects to be Koe Ami the hit of Hole a Cgharles Cit saturday after-1 pertained several for ends at dinner a it noon following a several Days visit tuesday evening while their children a a. A   tit l a 1 a Here to her Cousin Catherine Geragh or. And mrs. Joe Harris Are Here to masses of be Murphy Charlotte to miss Keity was on her annual Va-1 for a visit. The guests were mrs. Hubacher and Florence Johannag a Tom Dutos with the Hart John Sanders Kenneth and Jeanette Meier of Monona and Grace Foley of Pim. Co Alk m,.s a w. Hughes. Of mrs. Geo. Kohlmann drove1 or. And mrs. Joe Harris and Little Horn led.11 rail.-. Whole they june. T0 Cedar f., last Friday and Brot Niece Winnifred Wallace will leave Back with them two nieces of or. Early monday morning for minnea Kohlmann who had been there at Polis. And will spend a Short time in Landing i mme a school. On sunday the Wallace Home. From there or. And.,.,or. And mrs. Kohlman and Elizabeth mrs. Harris will leave for their Home Franklin in sept. 3, at three o clock. T.110fc the ladies to their Home in do in Alder Washington where or. Har in e insert. For discussion the Buque and drove from there to will assume his teaching duties. Mp1 ?. R1 Xhilone doilies i or. And mrs. J. C. Garland miss 7mtis�,i t a a 1 saturday to take mrs. Louise Over saturday night in the Irvin Al Mir 1 n a Mayer Home from a visit Here and Are Len Home. Sunday or. And mrs. theatre next spending a week in the twin cities Vin Allen and daughter Bessie went min Pax Ann tuesday. one of the attractions being the oppor with them to the farm Home of or. A ?fi5 than one Way of seeing Al Ellis in action and mrs. S. Lemon near Cresco where show Only at 8 15. Admission with the Louisville americans base the annual reunion of the Garland and Ball team. Lemon families was held. Been students at the teacher College during the last three months. J the presbyterian women missionary society will meet with mrs

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