Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
14 Jun 1918

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14 Jun 1918

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1918, Postville, Iowa Hawkeye state news interesting items of news xxx gathered from All parts of Iowa t thirty More Iowa boys have Given their lives in the cause of Liberty. The names of these boys Are killed in action capt. E. O. Fleur Dos Moines Lieut. C. R. Green. Winter it Jesse f. Tillman Creston Frank w. Orr r be Moines. Fred n. Davis Lorimor Sigurd o. Anderson. Mason City Oscar Baker Dubuque. Frank r. Brown. Red , Otis k. Craig. Cedar rapids Bruce c. Croft. W .-.i-Terset. Eugene Ford. Winterset Lloyd w. Gettys. Stuart Smith Hano. Winterset Gladstone c. Hewitt Creston. Merle l. Nanian. Aktepe. Joseph h. Pfab Dubuque. Everett Powers Carlisle. Jess r. A so try Patterson Clemens w schuster Dubuque Karl g Shaw. Dubuque. Claude Baker Moson City. Died of wounds Jordan e. Perry. Cecar Falls. Everett c. Davis. Nora Springs. Samuel Hazard Atlantic. Wayne e. Huxtable. La Mars. William m. Sau Ders , William a scale. Council Bluffs car j. Leehner. Cedar Falls. Died of Accident Erst. Duad Bechter Independence. President r. A Pearson of Ames College has received one of the firs letters sent by Aero mail Between new York City end Washington. The letter was written by an Iowa state College Engineer Ralph r. Batcher of Toledo who is connected with the department of Commerce As assistant radio inspector for new York Harbor. It is his duty to test radio equipments on transports and other ships before they sail. Iowa will have no More German Flower seeds after the War. The Iowa seed dealers association went on record at its annual convention in Des Moines pledging itself members to Purchase no More seeds from the huns. The convention also discussed the subject of changing All German names of seeds and this matter will be Laid before the National convention this year. P. F. Minnock of the Ford Auto co. Announced recently that orders had been received from the Detroit office curtailing the distribution of cars in Jowa to 1250 per Mouth. One year ago 2500 cars were allotted Iowa. The order stated that the government had coiled for a reduction of 25 per cent in production of cars at the Omaha factory to release materials for government use. Or. A. J. Mclaughlin of Sioux City head of the recently authorized medical Bureau for the control of social diseases has reported for work at the state House. He will remain in Des Moines for several weeks studying the plan of the clinic established in Des Moines for the treatment of disease and will then travel about the state establishing similar clinics in the larger cities of Iowa. Mrs. Ray Johnson of Woodbine is dead As the result of an operation in which 100 Square inches of skin were Cut from her body to be grafted to her email son at Iowa City. Her three heart Ever kindly. I John Galsworthy describes the. Poilu at his Best. Glad of Opportunity to Divide ration and make friends with four footed creature that had evidently known suffering. The Sun Boring into his spine through his Viiu shirt made my reach for his jacket. There wits the Little dog still sitting on its base 20 Yards away. It cowered and dropped its pars when he moved and he thought poor boast i some one hits been doing the Devil s work on you not badly there were some biscuit in Tho pocket of his jacket and he held one out. The dog shivered mid its Pink Tongue lolled panting with desire and fear. Jean to turd tossed the biscuit gently about half any. The dog cowered Back a step or two crept Forward three and again squatted. Then very gradually it crept up to the biscuit bolted it and regained its distance. The Soldier took out another. This time he threw it five paces Only in front of him. Again the Little beast cowered slunk Forward setted the biscuit devoured it but this time it Only recoiled a Pace or two and seemed truth panting Mouth and faint wagging of the Tail to beg for More. Jean Leotard held o third biscuit us far in front of him is he could and waited. The creature crept Forward and squatted just out of reach. There it sat with saliva dropping from its Mouth seemingly it could not make up its mind to that awful venture. The Soldier sat motionless his outstretched hand began to tire but he did not Budge toe meant to conquer its fear. At last it snatched the biscuit. Jean liotard instantly held out a fourth. That too was snatched hut at the fifth he was Able to touch the dog. It cowered almost into the ground at the touch of his fingers and then Lay still trembling violently while the Soldier i continued to stroke its head and ears. And suddenly his heart gave a twitter a the  Kitchen Cabinet work forgetting All responsibility of time appreciation or censure enjoy it or Majce believe you do and in Elmo you really will. Somebody has said the thing which needed Roost in every Day life is imagination the Little child has a Happy Elmo in making new get too old to make favorite dishes. Sour Cream makes a most delicious White sauce to serve with codfish or with any Osh. Care should be taken not to overcook it. Spiced Tongue. Take a fresh calf s Tongue put it into boiling water Aud let it simmer for two hours or Long enough to loosen the skin easily. Put four tablespoonfuls of butter to to n Saucepan and when hot add n cupful of Small onions one red Pepper one and a half teaspoonfuls of Salt and a tablespoonful of vinegar two Small carrots chopped our Holf Pound each of dates and raisins Well chopped then add n pint of the liquor in which the Tongue was cooked and simmer one hour. Remove the Tongue thicken the sauce and pour around the Tongue when serving. Scrambled eggs served with half n cupful of grated cheese which is just allowed to melt is n most appetizing supper dish. Stuffed Good sized onions and stuff the centers chopping the portion removed add egg n Little hour n Clove of garlic chopped n half cupful of grated cheese butter Salt and Pepper. Mix Well mid fill with the Well blended mixture. Bake until thoroughly cooked. Salmon Sandwich she dresses Aye to clean and neat Balth decent and genteel and then there s something in Lior Gnu makes ony dress look Wool. Burns inexpensive dishes. Take n Dice of round Steak cover with a layer of sliced potatoes a layer of onions and on lop of these two sliced Green peppers. Season Well with Salt and Pep j Nalipi 0 i from a ram. Per. Add u pint of Sny discussing the strategy of their intended raid. Then one of them quietly slipped away through the surrounding foliage. At the same time his mate How in front of the perching Hawk and Hov Hawk no match for crows cunning creatures by Clever strata by stole Titbit from the claws of Bird of prey. Travellers in Hie Orient have much to suy about lie Indian Crow to Mil that fur uric my and Frankish audacity hits perhaps no equal. Corvus spec Lens thus have ornithologists labelled him but a famous naturalist who knows the treed at first hand has called them shreds of satan cinders from to give these impish creatures heir due however it should be sail that life in India is not a Little enlivened by their presence. Here is n characteristic incident in this relation a Small Hawk had seized a Little Bird and perched on n leafless Branch to devour his prey. The spectacle Drew two crows to the spot. They hopped to Brunch de in milk my appetizing loaf boiling water cover and let simmer two hours Lilleo that Litis been Cook to used for a most take a Tablespoon j or lab a to foot of is i Enk Ful of Peanut butter for each cup of maintained a bustling menace of cooked Rice add seasoning and moist 1 m1, 0j.r t l0 tit ten with either Tomato or soup Stock. Bake until hot cover with buttered crumbs and when they Are Brown serve in the dish in which it is baked. Noodles and a bilking dish or quart Mold and Sprinkle that effectively compelled the attention of the link. His prey grasped firmly beneath his feet he angrily hissed and lunged at the hovering nuisance. So Lively was the skirmish that the human onlooker forgot the thickly with Fine bread crumbs then t.s4stl, of. Second Crow. , i. I the creature had licked his hand. He j can of Salmon removing the Bones and a us took out his last biscuit broke it up skin and put it through a Sieve add e Flower \ and Jcj tale dog s of y avit7i the hits j to it two tablespoonfuls of melted but talking All the time when the last Ter or substitute a Salt spoon of Mace Crumb was gone he continued to time j and a dash or two of Cayenne. Mis Mur and crumple its ears softly. He the paste very thoroughly and press had become aware of something Hap \ St into Small glasses pour Over a Lay Penang within the dog something in j Erot melted fat and keep in a Cool the nature of conversation As if it place. Nice for sunday night lunch were saying master my new master a chopped Pickle May be added when i worship i love you 1" the Crea j using the paste to give zest to it As Ture came gradually closer quite close then put up its Sharp Black nose and began to lick his canard by John Galsworthy in Scribner s. Nut. Necessary to slide it into place and ,.------------, Slock it with n Knock out Axle which year old son was playing i h h s e s o Cen ral Bou awl brother about burning stacks at their i Home when his clothing caught fire. He was dangerously burned. He May not recover. Twelve Hundred goats stopped off in Des Moines the other night on their Way from Arkansas to Minnesota to help win the War. The goats Are being shipped to Pine River minn., by w. A. Spurrier jr., & co., of Des Moines to help Clear 20,000 acres of Cass county Brush land which the Spurrier company is developing into farms. Major Guy s. Gearnart commanded of the aviation poet at Indianapolis ind., who was seriously injured when his air plane fell sunday 2, was a graduate of mechanical engineering at Iowa state College. Hia flying companion and Post adjutant capt. A. C. Webb was instantly killed. Ninety tour Iowa men have been killed in France in action or have died from wounds since Early tie Spring when the Iowa men got into the fighting according to records thus far secured by the state historical department. Heavy Rains following continued Damp weather of the past three weeks caused numerous floods throughout Northern and Central Iowa and generally demoralized train service on several lines propert damage will be heavy Well As variety. Peanut and Bice a cupful each of ground peanuts fresh and Crisp Tomato strained bread crumbs. And cooked Rice with Salt Pepper and Liberty Cycle s wheels. 1 paprika to taste. Mix All together one of the outstanding features of and steam one hour. Sprinkle with the Liberty motorcycle the Standard buttered crumbs and Brown in the led machine developed by the Quad oven. This is a Fine meat substitute Ter master corps for army service in Mold left Over Cereal such As ont France is the of us 1 meal in Small cups. Umno id and wheels says the popular mechanics scoop out the centers and fill with any Magazine in an illustrated article. A fresh fruit mixed with sugar Heap spare wheel to be in ruled on the Side a a a car will take the place of any one of the three wheels in Case of an emergency. Furthermore such a change Enn be made in less than . On either Side Are transverse tongues which fit into grooves in the driving sprocket and Brake drum mechanisms carried on opposite prongs of the rear Fork. In mounting the wheel it is Only fresh Over the Cream or top sweetened whipped a thin custard May to 6erved As n sauce. Of Cloud and wind Ana setting 6un Breaks protect the Birds saving the song Birds of France is the object of a plan proposed by m. Andre Godart a parisian. M. Godert Calls attention to the Scarcity of Birds in France due to insufficient Protection and the consequent loss to grape growers of the Gironde in 1910 of 40,000,000 of francs is Well As a decrease in the Oil production of Southern France so great that the Olive growers threatened to abandon the Industry. He suggests that goldfinches Bull finches Linnet yellow miners i women who need not worry because of thrushes blackbirds and starlings nil expense and the great number who june i of which nest readily in gardens Topmost count . Penny to make ends reared in Large and specially designed meet. Aviaries and released when full grown j the woman who must watch her to repopulate the now deserted Woods purse closely that her family is Well and Fields. And economically fed is she who must study food values attend every lecture presidents who were soldiers. On foods where she May gain new More than half of our presidents ideas or inspiration. We Are con have served is soldiers. Washington j fused very often in our judgments of and Monroe were soldiers in the Rev i  after a Day rain sometimes the out again and touching All Tho dark some Woods with Light smiles on the Fields until they laugh and i Long then like a Ruby from Tho horizon s ring drop Down into the night. Longfellow. Let us plan. The women of our country Are divided into two classes today not the Loyal and disloyal for the great majority of our american women Are keenly Loyal. No woman who reads and thinks can be otherwise but the two classes Are the Small number of line with cooked cold noodles. Put in a layer of chopped him highly seasoned then a layer of noodles until the dish is full. Cover and bake one hour. Turn out on a Platter and serve with spinach or sauerkraut. Spiced Young carrots until tender Sprinkle with flour powdered cloves Butte and Lemon juice reheat and serve with minced Parsley is n Garnish. Rice griddle Caks mix two cup fails of boiled Rice with the same amount of milk and let it stand Over night. In the morning add two or three cupful.? of Corn hour sifted with two or three teaspoonfuls of baking powder a dash of sugar and Salt to taste. Heat until Well mixed add two beaten eggs and Fry on a hot griddle. Beets with Over Wash and put to Cook n half Peck of spinach. Cook in unsalted water to which a Pinch of soda has been added do not cover. Near the Etui of the cooking add a teaspoonful of sugar. When tender Drain and chop. Add butter Lour three tablespoonfuls of fat and one of flour with a half cupful of Cresnen. Reheat and pack in a Border Mold and let stand in hot water to keep warm. When ready to serve turn out on n Platter with buttered beets in the Center. Garnish the Platter with hard cooked eggs Cut in eighths. This dish is not Only a pleasing color combination but tastes equally Well. Now that wily Bird reappeared some distance in the rear of his destined victim. With Stealthy Sld legs and Short noiseless flights he Drew near. Then he made a Swift dash seized the Hawk s Long barred tall by the tip Hung on with his full weight and toppled the luckless Hawk in n Coli plete Baek somersault from the Branch. The released Titbit was instantly seized by the first Crow and the Clever pair bore off their Booty with much triumphant cawing. Cultivate a Serene truthful mental quite a e Al nil a los the United states since the War beam a m the report May mean Little More than some of the others. Norway encourages development. Tho norwegian government him an reprinted $7,000,000 to Assi to i . Close observation of the speaker ave a full face and lips to understand and in j amount $4,600,000 is to my talk Low Terret what is said. Those who maximum prices for cattle feed and know of the work of Helen Kellar will appreciate All this Means. Fertilizer. Tables to Supply the so with ten s years ago they Are Del iseult to discover. An american woman living in London has been trying to find them mid with that object she inserted advertisements asking any Mayflower now in London to meet her it n hotel it a certain hour. The appointed hour came and Tho american woman waited. A moving picture photographer several newspaper photographers and a dozen reporters arrived and were mistakenly and enthusiastically greeted us Mayflower. There was an air of eager expectancy and suppressed excitement. Everybody waited for -1" minutes hut not n single Mayflower appeared. There were signs of disappointment. But there must he some Mayflower in London said the american woman to the reporters. I can t be the Only she looked again at the door but there was no sound of footsteps and the meeting adjourned. Or Tutti off the funny Side i like Nietin who do Well 1 have done is Many differed things As anybody you St a so m m Ever notice it l he Man that Walls that times arc hard you will observe full Oft is looking for a berth in Ulfo particularly soft. Boston trans Crupl rebuilding German population. All quest Luns rely plug to rebuilding of the shattered germanic populations engage unceasing attention. There has just been another German Austro Hung Rinn medical Congress on the subject in a Lerllen. Eminent truth about premonition. Once in is while an error Lurns out to be the truth staid the editor. How is that " the caller. Why replied Tho editor la writing about the death of mrs. Rounder i referred to or. Rounder is the bereaved widower but the compositor made it the relieved widower and in got into the paper that Way. Ami Rounder never even culled up to demand a tit bits. At a disadvantage. My said the philosopher my motto is stay on the sunny Side of Tho Street " i be tried replied the Pessimist but it won t Why not the minute i brighten up people who know me is n Man under a Cloud think that s an opportune time to strike me for n his mistake. Jack is it poverty that stands Between us Marlon Lesjack i admit that i m poor but i have on aged undo who is very Rich and a Bachelor. He is an invalid and physicians and surgeons pointed out pm a a longer that while there was a vast Deal that1 ,/m"ri0""0xv a id w

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