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Postville Herald Newspaper Archives Mar 11 1926, Page 1

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 11, 1926, Postville, Iowa A live newspaper in a live town year Postville Iowa thursday March 11, 1828 beaten b1rles City tournament unlucky in drawing to Buttle big teams Laslett Bali meet. Gisli activities. Julish class is interested Hort stories for third of sent. The 10th class will hero Best stories. Those submitted to third Inal approval in undo Are just beginning sketch Book fun Ashington Irving. Each brought two outstanding i author s life which i interesting and varied i class. J speaking class is study Tion it present. One of ror discussion is How a full Moon Soma pupils is Largo As a Wash tub be a a water tank. Few Iver 2000 Miles in diameter More tangible ques no observed. Scout banquet a of this week girl planning to have a Moth banquet at Home of Douglass. Each Scouter Mother to bait bests will to. Entertained of musical selections and Jen by different members i organization. Scouts began practice i pageant Shin i which they expert to before easter vacation history news. I history class end Oak bulletin Board filled i latest news. This week s been Mussolini. Tues is came of i collapse Ich government enough its were brought in by class to change 1 to Tats newer topic. Being encouraged. Grade has been hearing Ling stories in Oral come h one has told of some m she has done to some e stories were prompted r of Abraham Lincoln s he two Little Birds which of their nest and were Road. Is graders Are searching and newspapers for and Jiom new England a clippings a e placed f reserved for interesting now England states. G is most important interesting Industry in Tes. Advertisements Are Nany cities which have and Woolen factories pies paper factories and hers. Many interesting is in contributed from ills in Massachusetts. Job culture class iat was fed to a 1100 la. 4 per cent milk before up balancing of a is practically 25c a Day. Is Corn and cob Msal id Oats 4 lbs. Timothy is is ration worked mid now fed. Its Cost is be a Day. Silage so lbs. A. Corn and cob meal Onul Oats 4 lbs. Cotton Lis. Linseed meal 1 la. Cents extra you get a is balanced has More l re palatable and is give of Cults. The first ration tin protein and this class of be replaced by such and other fatty Roods. Id a balanced ration. Be you seed in arithmetic is taking actions As size of a a 50 barrels of water a bin to hold so Many be class is taking up different kinds of levers. Kinds of hitches on Ibeme under this study. Thy teaching. Grade has been having 3 in their silent Reader lamed that milk is bit food for children and to Learned fruits and arc Best for them. In Ith this they Are making in posters. They have be pictures of fruit milk of magazines and each of something original their poster. The Parrot new Days third num Parrot will be out. This Nior number. Donald be student advisor and Roger Harris Harvey Quipp Mabel Harris Jandee. Be economics. F1 sewing i is i French hem scalloped cation and lace joining this study students King a slip which can constructive stitches. A cooking ii completed is during past week w studying soft dough number 18 Edward Staadt writes successful stage play. Edward Staadt a talented Postville boy is making mighty Good Down in state Carrie nation made famous its a evidenced by following clipping from Emporia Kan daily Gazette of february 8th cabbages a 1-act play written by Edward Staadt instructor in speech at teachers College has All earmarks of a stage Success. Or. Staadt has had Many requests for play. The Irvine players of new York City have asked for cabbages to to used i broadcasting programs. The play has been produced at Kearney Nebr teachers College at South Dakota Wesleyan of Mitchell at an invitation program in ban Diego Calif. By Waukegan Mich women s club at Highland Park near Chicago and at Grinnell College Grinell Iowa. Cabbages was written Whan or. Staadt was a student at Northwestern University at Evanston Illinois. It was produced in Northwestern University theater in april 1925, and repeated five times by a group of Northwestern players. The last performance was Given before North Shore theater Guild. Cabbages was produced in Emporia last july As a part of student revue listen ,., a play never has been published. Cutting some fancy figures to vote on band tax at municipal election. As will be noted by reference to proclamation of mayor Hanks in this Issue at municipal election on March 29th, proposition to Levy a two Mill tax for support of i band will to voted upon. One necessity of a band for various occasions is a matter of which All Are Well aware and slight tax Levy asked will add to your tax will be scarcely noticeable. Our present High school band is making Good Progress and is right now practically in shape to furnish music at any time their services May be required and it. Permanency is issued by recruits which will be and led from year to year from too St sent body. However it costs Money to hire a instructor Purchase music and oth or needed accessories and this two Mill Levy will care for that expense in part at least and will give band boys an inspiration to get to work just that ranch harder All of which will add to their proficiency and our pleasure. The people of test Villa have never yet failed to do right thing at th.? right time and in right Way. And they will not fail in deciding this matter As seems Best. School election draws a very Good vote. Whip there was nothing in nature of a contest on in connection with school election monday it Drew it almost a record vote. 102 exercising their right of franchise. Although there were two directors o be selected name of l. L. Hill was Only one appearing on ballot Carl g. Welzel having withdrawn his name As a candidate a few lays previous to election. This of Ourse caused a widely scattered vote a or second director and not a few ailed to a nor at All for office it i.,. L. Hill with 90 votes and Gilbert san Sci s with 40 were duly elect id. Other scattering votes Tor r were or. H. D. Cole. 5 c. C sinter Carl g. Welzel 7 mrs. W. H. Hurling 2 Fred Miller. 2 Lubmann l. H. Schroeder 1 Flora Franklin 1. For treasurer a. I. Peterson was a Ole eted without opposition scoring 95 votes. Music. Junior High school in of Are working together Bie members on mud not. The Little ensemble if three violins a a Xor no two pianists tournament. Basketball team comple Tive for this year when Jesco High school team Esco won by a 28-10 score aking Lead from Start and holding it through entire game. In first Quarter Postville seemed somewhat lost and Cresco took a 2-2 Lead. Postville came Back in a second Quarter however and held Cresco to no score while fathering 5 Points More herself making score 7-12 at end of half. _ second half started with Postville a Ain taking ref ii Ivo and soon after half opened score a end 11-12. Fresco rallied later in Quarter and succeeded in gaining a larger Lead which Postville was unable to overcome. Although our team lost they gave t Good account of themselves and we feel that in losing to a team of s Caliper there is no disgrace. Our Taim will undoubtedly profit trial jurors drawn Fok March term. Following is a list of trial jurors drawn for March 1926 term of District court. Jurors Are cited to appear at three o clock March 30 r. O. Vaughn Waukon. A. J. Simon Waukon. Will Gavin harpers ferry. W. H. Hale Waukon. Leonard Ria Gen Waterville. Dan Gavin harpers ferry. I. J. Koeser Waukon. Richard Stahi Waukon. Leonard m. Anderson Waterville. August Bruccheri Lansing. Gus. Murphy Lansing. Log Hinc Topliff Postville. August Herman Waukon. Do Lbert Shisler Lansing. Lena Nierling Church. C. G. Helming Waukon. Alden Larson Waukon. John Vangen Dorchester. Meivin Kolsrud. Waukon. Roy Gleisner Waukon. We. Stuckman Waukon. E. W. Allert Monona. Henry Klepper Waukon. Albert Capon Monona. Pat Houlihan harpers ferry. Elmer Hefner Monona. De rum Waukon. George Reburn new Albin. Rob. Kiesau Waukon. Leonard Hansmeier Waukon. Ben Schaefer Postville Allie , Lansing. John Lind Lansing. Katherine Keenan Waukon. W. Goebel harpers ferry Otto Kaddatz new Albin Paul Hank Postville. Estella Kolsrud Waterville. John Nagel Waukon. Gilbert Smedsrud Waukon. By its trip As Sonn. Very excellent Bas Ket Ball games Ware played. The team this year has had a very Good record and with several of them Back prospects Are Bright for another Good season next year. Inventions and inventors. How were colonial Homes heated is problem fifth Grade has been trying to solve. This involves considerable a Lity in searching material and extracting essential information. They found in connection that inventor of matches comos from Lions France. The Nioras a Lomas of Cresco is said to have made ans used first Telephone in Iowa. The senior Normal training class is profiting by a series of lectures on drawing Given by miss Bruene. One of ways of teaching this subject is to correlate it with other classes. Arithmetic contest. The third Grade has been working hard a applicants for one share have been allotted one share applicants for 2 and 3 shares have been allotted 3 shares for 4 and 5 shares 8 shares for 6, 7. And 8 shares 4 shares for 9 and 10 shares 5 shares. Individual notices of these allotments Are being prepared and will be mailed shortly by our company and no payments should be made until such notice is received. 1 St. Paul s lutheran Church.  Rev. E. T. Finck pastor. Sunday. March 14th, fourth sunday in Lent. 10 00 a. M. Graded sunday school for All Ages. Bible class for older boys and girls men and women. 11 00 a. M. Service and Sermon in German language. Anthem by choir. 7 45 p. In. Evening worship in English language. Special vocal and instrumental selections. Wednesday March 17th, ladies Aid will hold their annual Bazaar Dies Aid will hold their annual Bazaar in Singer Hall. On this Day ladies will also serve one of those famous Chicken dinners and they will greatly appreciate patronage of . Public. Thursday March 18th, we again have lenten services kindly remember German at 10 30 a. M. English at 7 80 p. M. Well appreciate your presence. A a Friday March 19th, at 7 80 p. M. The adult confirmation class will meet with pastor. I mannequin is coming i to Postville theater. What Postville. Folks were doing years not monday and tuesday. The management of local theater takes great Pride in presenting a items taken from Tor of recommendation on this great files of Iowa Volks Blatt of March 8, 1901. Floe Nicolay will enlarge his residence by building on an addition. One Hundred Farmers of Mclean county Illinois have sold their farms and have moved to Northwest Iowa settling in he Vicinity of Rockwell City. Saturday it appeared As though Spring were Here. Monda however showed a barbarous Winter face. To Charley k Rumm was in Garnavillo last week. The methodist donation supper netted ladies $118. The second Rural route Nas been opened out of Postville for free mail delivery. It loaves Postville and returns via Forest Mills and Hardin. Lien Bellows has applied

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