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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 31, 1921, Postville, Iowa Ville Herald a live newspaper in a live town Twenty ninth year Postville Iowa thursday March 31, 1921 number 21 e grim reaper s toll herons Homes in this locality visited by the grim reaper during the past week. John h. Meier Vas born near the old Village of Lonn in Clayton county May 9 a mid in lot it Postville Iowa the morning of March 24, 1921. I Lenly and without suffering to Sod away lie had Boen in poor Ith for Homo years previous Ami in the later weeks lie failed to rapidly. Prom liar tit to Early manhood lie jail on the family Homestead near Illonal sharing the common do with his three Brothers and tents in the operation or the in. And gaining such schooling As Community afforded. In 1875 was United in marriage with Luisa Spiles. For two years with brother William Thiry worked Home farm. Thereafter he Volto the farm he bought about i null s North of Postville. Here the Iris growing family he lived if roil for about fifteen years Sharg the Eom Nion Joys Anil hardships the average Farmer Here the Rohll ii. Except the youngest were Areil. And Here came to the family to Sunshine and Shadow of lilt ii no death. And it was Here in 1ssi iat the buildings awl n great part the personal property were swept Vay by a Cyclone making it no pcs sry to begin a time when e beginning was hard. Hut he giggled cheerfully on with that Ime optimism that was his through until the farm was paid for Anil fair competence gained for him my his. It was while living on the farm Flint John Meier was elected a Mem Law of the Hoard of supervisors of Llla Makee county. To was re elect lit for a second term and for two terms served his county faithfully Tel honorable. After the expiration of bin second term of office he Ino cd to Postville. With his brother a. I. He went into the Boot and rime business and for eighteen years or More he was engaged in the i shoe and clothing business part of he time As a member of the Linn of wider Brothers and later currying i the business in his own name. Again with his brother a. L. Be was engaged for a time in the poultry a business until falling health made ii i necessary for him to retire from business entirely. Genial and upright always with a High regard for his duties As a citizen lie enjoyed the Confidence and esteem it his fellow townsmen. He served As councilman and mayor and As u member of to Board of education. He held to one High Clear conviction always and that was whether in private life or Public or in marital relationship a Man owes to himself and his Fellows an unshakable stand for truth and Square dealing. This was a part of his heritage and this heritage by words and deeds he strove to puss on to those who had a claim to his counsel worship and those who knew him Best and loved him most will remember him longest for Bis kindly generous disposition and rugged Bis health fulled he always took Uil Active part in Public affairs and up to his death kept in touch with the questions of the Day he maintained that this was the Plain duty of ovary citizen. It was Bis wish Itiat his children might have a better education than to re revived and better opportunities than to could claim and he lived to Seo Bis wishes in part fulfilled. Sensible and reasonable it All times to accepted Bis growing ill Ness with a philosophical mind and remained cheerful and buoyant Toto end never complaining although to knew his tenancy on Earth was Brief. That premonition that some times comes to those who Uro mor tally stricken seemed to come to him when in Tho last moments he asked to to taken Home. Could he have spoken his wishes to might have repeated these lines Twilight and evening Bell and after that the dark. May there he no sadness of fare when i Well there were five children in the family tour sons and a daughter. Two sons Procedo him in death Jacob who died in 1892, and Arthur .0 who passed away in 1920. The wife Louisa and Throe children mrs. Alma Foote of Iowa City Del Hert. Of Monona and mlle 8 of Minneapolis survive him. The funeral was held from St Paul s lutheran Church on Raster sunday . Rev. R. Rohm lip conducting the service in English and Tho Large concourse of sorrow Init for lend who assembler to nay n last tribute of respect to his memo was a fitting rom Indor of the and respected place John h. Motor held in the hearts of a Noodle Anion a a whom to had lived for so Manv years interment in Post ill cemetery. Tho following out. Of town Rola fives wore present at to funeral will Spiles and mrs. Carrie Klor on Navello or. And mrs. O. W Meier and Doc tors Eythor and mar the. John Solles. Or. And mrs. Fred Sullos or. And mrs. O. V. Meier to noun miss Leona motor Milford mrs. Tea Vollmar and son. Lost nation mrs. A. 0. Meier and son Anro Fla mrs. Alma Footo. Town. Otto mlle r. Motor Minneapolis or. And mrs. C. H. Of Orbock Luana. Hortense e. Abbott. Intelligence of the death of my Hortense 15. Abbott which occurred it her Home 1419 Dearborn Street Chicago of the morning of March 2 1, 1021. Brought sorrow to the hearts of her Manv for lend in Post Ville where she has been to ions known and so i Loarl loved. Her s was a Boot and cheerful countenance which earled Sunshine with her life we Borovor Sho wont and the helpfulness and Friendship. Which characterized her words and does will be curl eyed in a Loving remembrance which time cannot efface by her friends. The a. A Abbott family removed from new York to Postville and were known hero As among Tho Early settlers of this place. Their farm joined the Village and is now known As the Lull addition to same. This was the family Home for Many yours and Here or. Abbott died in october 1901, after which time mrs. Abbott and Hortonse made their Home in Des Moines and later in of Cingo where mrs. Abbott passed away h March 1917, leaving Horton so unite alone in the world her Only sister , having died in Postville in 1871 it the of five years. In the Postville Home Nellie an she was called passed her childhood Days and attended Tho Public school. Here too under the guidance of her Mother and local instructors she Early began the study of music which she later mastered As an Art Bong Well rewired for a successful career in her chosen profession. I she studied in the Academy of music at Dubuque several terms i continued her preparations in the Oberlin conservatory of music Der i Long a period of two and a half years and still later snout two years in the Anvi 1 Arad Ems of music London in gland. U was in Queen s Hall London where miss Abbot received a medal of Honor presented her by the countess of Bailor in behalf of the Royal acad Ems of music. Miss Abbott Tii i it Mii Sif at various times in Postville also taught in Coo College Cedar rapids. She was teacher in state Normal school. Montgomery Alabama for a period of six years. In Des Moines and in Chicago where she last taught she maintained a private studio. She studied and taught both voice culture and the piano the former being her preference. The sweetness and delicacy of her voice was Early recognized and under efficient training developed a Richness a fullness and u variety of tone which was delightful to hear. Postville 25 years ago. Neighbourhood news. Interesting items taken from the chins of news gathered from the files of the Iowa vol Blatt of april 3, 1896. Woodpile of on neighbors in this and other counties. The Farmers Are putting in their Spring seeding. Mrs. Frank Roberts arrived Home monday from her trip to Florida. The first of april left the Postville saloons As they were before. A $44,000 Bridge will be built at Nashua. Charles City elks will erect a Fine new $75,000 Home. Ossian is considering the installation of a sanitary sewer system. Theodore Lucinan of Cal Lfona is the Elkader opera House Assoc la Hore for a visit to the Henry Lull-1 ton made a net profit last year of Man Home. Carl Holter went to Chicago on monday to buy Stock for Tho Spring and summer. Jim Gordon began his duties As butter maker at the banners Creamery on wednesday. $2,500. Last year the Strawberry Point Creamery turned out 500,000 pounds of butter. The ladles of the Mcgregor Community welfare society have opened a rest room in the pocket City. George Senholz arrived Here from the Decorah Lodge of elks Are re Cass county for an Over Raster visit Jolt Long Over the fact that they Are at the Home of his parents. Out of debt and still have Money in. .1. Walls and son Charley the Treasury closed the graphic office for one Monona had a checker tournament week while they go to Chicago and monday night of last week eight Milwaukee. Contestants entering. Councilman the u. N. Douglass Home has been Fred Soglow won the cup. Released from quarantine the Young the Calmar ladles who made contest daughter having recovered from fort kits for be Soldier boys during an attack of Scarlet fever. The War had $118.50 left in their the local Lodge of knights of Treasury when the War closed and a. D. M Nally Dies at Nashua stars said after 03 Yea r. D. Man ally a Veteran of the the Postville chapter order of she civil War and one of the oldest and to Eastern Star was Twenty three was 11 faithful and a conscientious Best known residents of grand years old on tuesday evening and worker thoroughness being with Meadow township died at the Home the event was fittingly observed at her a Cardinal virtue. She possess of his daughter my. John is do. Masonic Hall. The program opened cd n True musical feeling and her in Nashua. Wednesday of last week auspiciously with a picnic supper interpretations were Beautiful and it the advanced or s7 years from which there seemed to be not strongly individualistic. Her e c the remains were shipped to Post ing Lucking that is present when its client Izbi halos. With these Pharao t Ville arriving bore last Satt Irav bigger brother. Banquet is present Ristics marked her extraordinary night. Funeral was held sundae following the eats prof. O. W. Hunt last week they presented this sum to the legion Post of that City. Now we know where some of our Money went As we learn that the. Lehigh & walk Escarre Coal co. Has where he was married declared a Cash dividend of 150 per u. Sutcliffe of Luana. Cent on a Little matter of some whose Mother lives in Mason City. $9,000,000 capital Democrat. Wauk0n fixes Light rates. The Sheldon mail says. It is mighty mean to patronize a Mer the interstate Power co. Is Given chant who will Trust you until you a justly deserved reprimand by the Are ashamed to see him and then go a Pinon a Mir Mimi a i Rity Council who have passed an or spend your Cash somewhere else a ,v,., l0.rlku,Tion . Finance reducing the existing Light where you could not get credit but pythias entertained their Brothers from Calmar on thursday night. We. Moll prepared the supper. H. A. Mcneil son of or. And mrs. W. C. Mcneil went to Mason City i March 21st, to miss Ella Sutcliffe of Ives Community Church notes. N d. Is tons master in his usually Happy to. Progress and assured her wonderful morning from St. Bridget s Catholic Success both As n student and a Church in this City after which the manner called upon a number of the Ucher facts ample testified by remains were taken to the kno com Brethren and Alstern present for an in Wagner township for Bur after dinner speech and the follow those with whom she studied und lose whom she taught. Her cheerful willingness to assist various ways in local entertain cats Here will Long be re item iced with gratitude and pleasure All who bad the privilege of earing her. In Public recitals else hero she won enviable Praise from 11. Miss Abbott was a member of the Church and later Beanie interested in Christian science. She was also a member of the \. U. Organization. Funeral services were held in of Hugo and the profusion of Beautiful Flowers from there was a silent though expressive tribute to liar memory. The remains arrived in Postville wednesday morning by or. Roberts whose daughter and miss Abbott were special friends. At two o clock p. M. Services were eld at the Home of or. And mrs. Hugh Shepherd and were conducted y nov. Saatoff with scriptural endings prayer Brief but up pro Riate remarks a duet was rendered or. A. L. Meier and miss Amy Meier he will never forget to keep me " and a Solo Sung by miss mania i Cilien of Monona n former pull of miss Abbott miss Blanche Durno accompanist. Interment in lie family lot in Postville cemetery. D. Florence Helen Knss was Horn near Postville Iowa. May 4, 1894, and with her Mother sister and brother moved to Moulder Colorado in 190s, whore Sho was educated graduating from the University of Colorado in 1916. Of 1920, Alio was United in marriage with or. Howard Llo Don Cook of Brooklyn n. Y., and on sunday March 20, 1921. She died at her Home in Dover now Jersey. Tho remains wore a hopped to Postville arriving hero last thursday morning accompanied by the husband and it two o clock on the afternoon of to same Day a Brief funeral service was held at Tho Home of mrs. Anna Loul in this City con ducted by Rev. Sauthoff following which interment web Nindo in the i Rand Meadow cemetery by the Side of her father. Florence was a Young woman of a most likeable disposition and Many friends will regret to Loam of her passing and will sympathize so Iacoro by with those bereft. Sho is survived by her husband her Mother mrs. Mary Kluss of Boulder. Colorado Hor brother Lieut. Walter leu Kluss of fort Collins Colorado and her sister mrs. Joseph Lyman Kingsbury of Kirks Vullo to. Aside from those above Mentlo nol mrs. Catharine Perry of Camp Dix no was also Presont at the funeral. To every jul. I ing responded mrs. Monally who was with him 1 Frank d. Rounds recited an org visiting at Nashua is also very sick Tea poem the or /. With pneumonia and was unable to Birdie Durno Secretary then gave accompany the body of Hor husband a history of the local chapter. Mrs. Home to attend Tho funeral. Latest r. N. Douglas gave a talk on the advices from her bedside however three Wise men and Hugh shop Are that Tho crisis is passed and Sho Herd spoke on the Eastorn is a  the Road to recovery. I then followed a season of five we Are promised an Ohl Tuart of Hundred in which mrs. Lee Folsom or. Mcnielly for next week to school hits hew High Mark. Won the first prize for the ladies and mrs. W. E. Durno the Booby prize. Robert m. Hecker proved himself the handiest manipulator of the spotted and pictured pasteboard while Postville High school has b0 Flor a the Nion folks were concern been for years past on the fully a p \ am was awarded highest honors credited list of the state it has now while r. F. Topliff had to take the been placed on a list of nationally n0oby prize. Accredited. High schools which is j the Klunge Sisters of Monona i acco Nipan Leil Itolle highest Mark of Merit that May no and violin furnished an Excel by accorded a High school. Recon ent repertoire of music throughout Netlon of this character is n matter tip evening. Of which every Patron of our school the local chapter now has a Mem has a right to feel proud and luw1 Ber shop of 147 and is steadily grow Beon gained by employing a of Ncnulty. Nor a numbers. And Power rates. The following there Are people who do it. Communication handed us sets Forth Guy Kislev of Mcgregor aged 96 fully the present attitude of the Pun years de monday of last week. Lie regarding the situation Here he came to Mcgregor in 1s54 and after months of unsatisfactory Tor j�00 purchased 240 acres of Tom prelim Narles the City fathers have apr tall n Willat is now known As decided to go to the mat for i final peasant Ridge and out of this he decision with the interstate Light developed one of the finest farms in and Power co., and they enacted an j0wa. Ordinance monday night fixing a now schedule of rates. This Proba thirty eight county jails in Iowa blvd Means a fight but it is a Light i re empty and eighteen have but one hint was inevitable and which de the easter services last sunday morning. A Fine program was rendered which was enjoyed by All. The musical numbers were most appropriate and exceptionally Well rendered. On Friday evening of this week a missionary pageant will be Given at the Church at 7 30. A thank offering for Home missions will to received. A most exo dial invitation is extended to All. On thursday april 7th. A Cradle Roll party will be held during the afternoon at the Church Parlours. All mothers whose children Are members of the Cradle Roll department Are invited to be present with their Little ones. There is every reason Why the attendance every sunday should be just As Large As it was lust sunday morning. Especially would we urge this on the men Church for the yours us looks to you for Kuld Arnold and other City off a once and direction. Of course you gwm Muhs f t0 school but can you expect it if you might As Well come now As later on. Hopes and promises of More satisfactory Light and Power service with a recent change of management have not materialized. Indeed conditions Are worse. If that were pos of exceptional capabilities following letter received by Hunt is self explanatory supt. G. W. Hunt. Postville Iowa. Dear supt. Hunt Tho supt. It i.fgi0n a it to put the Arthur f. Brandt Post american legion will in the near future it is a pleasure to inform you that put of a Home Talent drama for a at the annual meeting of Tho North Benefit. Thev have selected As the control association of colleges and vehicle for this occasion the Groat secondary schools in Chicago last comedy Success Brown s in week the application of the pos Viila which is said to to the happiest High school to become accredited thing in the dramatic Lino that Ever was approved. Tho Postville High happened. The cast hns Boen select school is therefore now on the no Oil and to parts nest Good and re credited list of this association. Shea reals will soon begin. Permit us to congratulate All con-1 Postville hns some splendid dra Pernod upon the National rating Mutie Talent and when they have which Tho Postville High school re the play ready for presentation just chives because of recognition by the prepare yourself for a big treat and North Central association of col in Tho meant i to put in your spare inmate. Under the circumstances at present prevalent it might be in the line of Good government to fill a few of those vacant Colls with bootleggers and the like. Marshalltown times Republican. Last week the world s Long Dis Sable. Than under the old manage Tance wireless record was broken by ment. Very Little improvements the United states Navy when Mes have been made in current und ser sages were sent from Cavito poll Vlco conditions and an exasperating i Pine islands to Washington d. C. In. I it it Lule a question Uio Ria ii a a i Tannu it with their investigation is embodied in fail to go yourself where Tho men go the boys follow. Therefore go to Church and sunday school to have classes for All Ages. Services next sunday As follows morning services with sacrament of the lord s supper 10 30 a. M. Mriior7ous" feature of the new Orui sunday school________11 30 a. M. Christian endeavor____6 30 p. M. Ture Stock and consolidated it with his own and f. H. Howard general the new Din Urbich ducks the present rate from 15 to 10 cents and Tixel a graduated rate from five Down to four cents for Power depending upon Quantity used. An especially Stock in the recent fire there has bought the Kruse building and will Start in business again. Cities and towns May Levy taxes for the purpose of maintaining a evening services______7 30 p. To Postville s Peruna t Nance in View of the Scarcity and municipal band by the terms of a High Price of fuel is a Specula. Hat by the Iowa Senate. As three cent cooking rate which will the measure has already been favor mean almost Universal installation ably acted upon by the House As of electricity in place of gasoline soon As the governor signs it to will and kerosene for Kitchen be vice. Become a Moines Register. The Koruna composed of red Lien Lee Burdock cloy a the new rates Are substantially i those with which Prairie do Chlell legos and secondary schools. Very sincerely Vours m. R. Avram. F. Shirley j. E. Foster the Iowa committee of Tho North Central association. To follow up nurse coming. Children of to Bovillo und Vicinity who have been to the children s Hospital of Tho University of Iowa for treatment tinder the provisions of the Perkins Law will to visited april 1st by Mish Lola o. Yorkes follow up nurse from Tho Extension division at the University who will see that each child is recovering is he Sho d and Dover Mono whether Tho youngsters Are in need of any further rent ment it. The Hospital. Former patients who wore treated it Tho Hospital Oiler for sickness or door Mitles will to in Tho 1st of children to to visited and in Tho Case of those treated for nutritive trouble miss Yerkes will also of amino their Homo diet and Home conditions parents in Post lilo and non in who Are interested in having their children enter the children s Hosp mrs s. A. Harris dead. Word was received bore by wire during last sunday of Vonlang announcing Tho death of mrs. S. A. Harris at Tho Home of her daughter mrs. , whore Sho was visiting the summons Camo Sud Donov and without warning easter sunday evening. Mrs. Harris had been in poor health for a number of years and had but to Contle submitted to an operation at Tho Crosco Hospital. Or. Harris loft monday for Marshalltown on Tho afternoon train and returned to Job Tville yesterday afternoon with the body. We Are without data for an obituary but Hope to have Bui Iio in time for next week s to Rall. The funeral will be held from Tho congregational Church in this City at 2 30 o clock Friday afternoon moments sowing Tho buttons on tight for Brown s in town is u lid 1 if Tor. Watch the Herald each week for further announcements concerning this great production which ought to draw Tho biggest House Turner Hall Over held because it will be Worth it and because our Logon boys Are deserving of the Best to can Over do for Thorn. Notice i ters and Jack Sawvelle in addition has been supplied current through to their other Elverso activities out the War period and the Prairie have this week directed their ener Duchien current comes from the Gies along a new line which hereto same wires used bore and Aro sold fore they had Little dreamed of and by the Power co. To the Prairie do never explored making their own Chen local company who Supply it not Moonshine but phonograph to that City with their extra profit records that their voices and Tal added it substantially the same rates ones May be banded Down to poster that our City administration Are Ity in All their Pristine purity is now demanding a flight and sparkling As the Radiant it would seem that if sub Stan state Dairy and food commissioner. B. Barney issued the following notice last week beginning March. 15 and until May 1, 1921, prosecution will not be made for the shipment of eggs without a candling certificate. This will not however exempt from prosecution parties or dealers who sell eggs unfit for food As provided by a Wood chopper Tilting a few Miles from Cascade conceived the idea of litle Gem that fill from heaven and Unity the same rates will pay two detracting notice to his place of rested on the brow of Earth Unter separate profits at Prairie do Chen business by placing smallpox signs wished by Tho fall. Well sir to it ought to pay one very satisfy no All Over the outside of his Shack have Hoard Tho three records they tory it flt Here is this town is but to made a mistake. It was too made and they Are sure immense More compactly built and the sex conspicuous. Revenue officers soon a Sample of each record has been Pense of distribution and Maine detected that something was wrong sent to Bill Cole of Minneapolis Nance proportionately less than at there and upon investigation Dis and if he says they re o. K. The big or Arlo do Chen. Covered a out Little still in full Ope factory starts up at once but if he to anyone who will review the ration Don to it will Tonko More than a Gas controversy now pending Between mask to save Bill s face. If inter a pc us which will moot with occasion of miss Yerkes visit of Louise Mcewen next tuesday even speaking to her about the possibility i,n\8 the significance of food and what to drink Anna Brusone care of food in Tho Homo and the pure food Williams music to the monday club. The monday club will moot with mrs. Jennie Mil april 4th, it Heling the annual mooting of the club a Rumor is current to Postville fo"?.w l l/,0 ? a i a this morning that Lloyd Palmier was picked up yesterday at Albert Lea Minn election of officers selection of study Topolo reports of officers music. This will be followed by a Pic Nile supper to and blocking its own Prosperity he insisting on a rate that the people Jess Jones a Farmer Over in Glen Wood township on Friday last went out to his traps and found a Large Timber Wolf securely caught. U had evidently been there several Days for it was gaunt when Tournu lutheran Church notes. Ill l""11 Al of two a a a its a Lar Ewo Gnu cannot afford to Nav. One of two i things must inevitably result the j rates will either have to go Down or weighed fully 80 pounds. These Timber wolves Are scarce in this Section and Are the most Lolous of Alt sunday school10 . Preach Imp service11 a. M. To it. Tho ladles Aid moots thursday ,? the Republican april 14th. At Maen Porchor Hall. I or install individual a plants. As the result of Heling hurled into Tho situation is Force blvd la Lustra a bus saw at a Sawmill near bran de by railway conditions throughout Don Ira s. Weber aged 37, of Cen who country at Tho present time Ter Point is in a critical condition passenger and freight rate have at a Waterloo Hospital. His left Boon advanced to a figure Ohleh the was Cut off while his left leg traffic will not stand with Tho re was nearly severed. Owing to Tho Stilt that while transportation Chare severe Shock and loss of blood Little a change of time became effective plan double what they were before Hope is held out for his recovery on a number of the Milwaukee Pas Tho revenues of railroads do not pay he was engaged in sawing heavy Bongo trains through Here last Sun to Oost of operation. People tin logs when he Wab truck by a Tom Day and the several passenger not afford to travel and Are Conse her being conveyed to the saw. Trains now leave Postville is follows Allenl a Btu Long at Home and the m q shark of 08, was no. 1, West hound 2 50 a. M. Excessive freight rates Are seriously the Al Calm of an Accident which Tho no. 8, West bound 9 32 a. In. Paralysing general manufacturing terrible was fortunately not worse no. 4, East bound. 12 28 p. It. And commercial interests throughout or shirk wag chopping Down a Tho whole country. ,a,.ge tree to the part at Tynejr Homb _. ,. And mrs. Shark was endeavouring to the ordnance As adopted by the up prev8nt the trunk from falling Council at their meeting monday in ule wrong direction when she no. 8, East bound 11 55 p. M. No. 33, Wost hound 3 21 p. A. No. 38, East bound 4 38 p. M. A notice monday night becomes effective april 1st a led in the Way of the a and it provides that Power rates shall j d almost Thyl forc of the not exceed 5 cent per kilowatt hour on her form i Tho Elbow the next meeting of the Post lilo and lighting rates shall be eight and vhf to ered but the sur Iowa society of Southern Cal for ton cents per k. A. According to the bomb he Llu vib la will be held at Brooks do Park Quantity used. Monthly accounts kens 6elieve Tae c8n de a Fovea Pasadena tuesday april 5, 1921. No to to granted a discount of from Headquarters Tor the Iowa inter All former Postil oites Are Welcome five to 20 per cent which Are the Nal Revenue office will remain in mrs. A. M. Cornell president. Same As allowed at Prairie Duchien. Dubuque according to Advt Cea which Waukon Democrat. Have been received from Washington. Later a u."8. Marshal Rama to upon learning that a Campaign was Waukon monday armed with paper being conduote4 in Des Moines seek raq ulring the appearance of a Tyor Long the Transfer of the office to that Arnold the Coly clerk and Council City prominent local business men a ------h.-1 launched a counter they enlisted the mrs mrs goo. Sebastian treas. J. A. Parker Cor. Sec. To c0mmercial club meeting the regular Mout ulv meeting of men in Todd by of ont at do Der rap Imedla Law was i a Mhz a

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