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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 6, 1926, Postville, Iowa Thirty fourth year a live newspaper in a live town Postville Iowa thursday May 6, 1926 play a full Bouse will be Fine Community Church work progressing number 26 left their Field work came in Frith teams and helped at excavate a gtd hauling materials. Four cars of  a a gravel wore unloaded and a Sun dates arc patiently or acting ply of hollow Block was hauled from a play for presentation during commencement Yopek. The Brick Yard. About fifty loads of dirt were taken out in preparing the foundation footings. Last but not least two Large Maple Trees one of 5 april 30,-the annual them one of the largest and oldest n i win a a v ,3, hold at in town were removed and worked Iov senior re p.,up pm. Firewood. The trustees wish singe1 4?.,v j,., by Iii i credit to acknowledge their indebtedness to Lawrence. Melvin there Brandt c. J. Martens c. M. Kerr j Flower the _ a a. A " " one. In their decorations they week s work for the Church red out the idea of using the sen Orin Gordon Louis Sohlie la Colora Pink and Silver and. The Ramboer Harold Turne Flower the Pink Rose. There Brandt c. J. Martens c. M. L., a. Pink loses everywhere in and a. Spaugy i. P. Hinmon Rev. Gallo the lattice work that and been Way h. E. Roberts Dick Peterson cd around the edges of the Hall. I icon Peterson Palmer Johnson la he banquet tables around the old toned Well at one end of the room in front of the stage he banquet consisted of four Cour and was served by ton Sophomore s the mothers of the juniors ased. Lifton Cando acted is Toast Mas the Toast program was Given been courses and was As follows  Elcome to the guests Clifton espouse from the seniors Don i j n apology for the Junior class Vav a ionian. Toast to the boys Ora sch be he class will cloy Meier he statisticians report George non. Lass prophecies. Iter the program one of the most Sant surprises of the evening was Rose stunt Given by ten of the ions. The girls sat in swings on stage and As they Sang some pop songs the boys swung them Ping time to the music he evening s entertainment coned of dancing and bunco which Yone a a Mother s Job. Tors lawyers teachers too 1 think they have lots to do. A bigger Job than any other the never ending Job aping dusting mending too Ashing ironing dishes to do. Is to Wash pains to relieve other has it All to achieve. To Tell and Joys to share of bits and sorrows with each to Bear Ding directing first one then another Uch every Day Aio the tasks . Is to Cook quarrels to Stop ursing the sick minding a top. Snaking for sister parties for Brothers that in the world would we do without Mother Marks of punctuation of people must use Marks of actuation correctly the writer and Reader. The fourth Grade have n trying for Many weeks to write their meaning could be understood the Reader. For a time it seemed a the Reader and writer were the e person the meaning could not i stood. But the last week has in their efforts have been Worth Many excellent stories were to ten with no More than one mis e. Following is one of the Best then by Clifton Weihe a daring Rescue Nee there was a family that was no to the fair. They wore gone it five minutes when they heard Bells ringing. They went Back found that it was their own be. The fireman were fighting vely. They thought Evor Vone was de. He water was going right into the in . A child looked out of window and called mama a i m getting wet i m burning a help. Everyone looked up and All said be is lost she is lost who will e her fireman set a ladder up and went to the window. When he was half y up his clothes caught on Frise and fell Down very badly bruised. He Mother of the child said i save her i will save her she t into the burning building. All people said that both were lost about five minutes the to the e out with the baby in her arms e people All were very glad. He seventh Grade was recently in several efficiency tests in Arith cd dealing with Speed and recur they were Alio wed  Twenty six utes in which to work a group of bless. The result of these tests As follows in the order of rank of live highest pupils. Tost i. Peel Ruth Meyer Lois Turner Wella Schultz Lucile Harris Nao Harns. \ y accuracy Naomi Ruth Lucile i Della Lois. Test ii peed Ruth Lucile lob Carlton Roeder. Mini Hoviin erne Kluss Joe Freeman or. Kie Sau s. A. Harris Martin Olson Peter service Evan Swenson j. 0. Davis c. F. Meier r. M. Hecker Gerry Harris Lloyd Hein Warner Harris a. Meier \. Chamberlain. Man and team Louis Krambeer h. N. Turner Elmer Weihe Lonnie Folsom c. A. Pearson w. Hein f. F. Hangartner Sherman Lawson Reuben Christofferson w. Oehr ing Lawrence Dresser Chas. Warn Holz de Lavelle. J. Schuette and truck. Write Mother today Hazel m. Cass players Here for three nights that always Good dramatic company the Hazel m. Cass players open a three nights engagement Here this evening in their tent theatre de luxe and those who desire High class entertainment know from past experience they will not be disappointed. Miss Cass has been coming Here for years always with a capable company and presenting Royalty Bills of the better class and when she says her company this season is better than Ever before she Don t mean maybe. Strong vaudeville features Between each and every act. Admission Price Are Way Down and you can t afford to miss a single one of the three nights. Ladies free tonight with one paid adult ticket. See bluebeard s seven wives St. Paul s lutheran Church the family Church on the Hill the Rev. E. T. Firick pastor. Big firemen s Benefit one of the bravest Roeder Mardella. Uth Carlton Naomi Lucile mar la. A test Iii. Peed Ruth Lois Mardella la Naomi. Accuracy Naomi Ruth Mardella Elton Lois. Total rank. Nth Meyer Naomi Harris Lois he seniors have completed a fits t of the senior play a full House 1 Are now very Busy learning the Ond act. If they continue this line re the Public ought to witness an vellent play in about Throe weeks. Modern methods of warfare. He modern history class Nas. N studying the world War and the so enjoyed five special reports on pm warfare Given by.? members the Kihss. The following tops re discussed 1. Submarines Pleins 8. Trenches awl Trench airfare 4. Tanks Largo guns Ana Rop lanes 5. Mines . Do you remember the class in geometry is haying the e theorem most of us. Reme Peti. Ich u the Square of the b.yp#5 next monday and tuesday nights May 10 and 11, Postville people will have a Chance to see one of the Best fire pictures Ever filmed and at the same time give the Postville fire department boys a much needed financial boost. The fire boys always respond promptly when your Homes or a business places Are threatened now is your Opportunity to reciprocate. Don t fail to see one of the Jinse of a right Triangle is equal to the sum of the squares upon the two legs of the triangles. Do you re Mem Der it a rays radio and other things of like nature Are being studied by the class in physics. A trip to see an a Ray in operation is planned. The Smith Hughes class is taking up beef cattle. The projects carried by the boys Are All coming along Fine and everyone is greatly interested. A trip by the class to see each project s planned. Review in essentials of English the ninth Grade English class worked on verb forms last week. This week the class is continuing this review of the essentials of grammar stressing especially the pronouns. The class is interested in this work and much Benefit seems to be derived from this Brief review. Some of the questions Are do you say she is taller than i or me answer she is taller than i because i is the subject of the verb am understood. The Caesar class is just about ready to study the famous Section m he gallic wars Caesar crossing the Rubicon. Music. Rhythm exercises have been interesting the first graders during their music periods the last few Days. The eighth graders ure Reading three part songs. A number of ii. S. People Are working on songs for baccalaureate and commencement. The sixth Grade Hygiene class have been learning How to obtain pure food and How to keep it pure. They have Learned that wholesome eggs must be fresh and it is not uncommon for eggs that been packed and kept for months to be sold for fresh eggs. A simple test was made in class to distinguish a bad egg from a Good me. The suspected egg was held Between the Eye and a lighted alcohol lamp in a darkened Corner of the room. In the new Laid egg a Small air space was seen Shell and the lining at the larger end while in the bad egg a number of dark spots could be seen. The seniors Are busier than Ever now. Some Are doubtful whether they will graduate and Are making a desperate Effort to do a lot in a Short time. Some Ore immersed in play practice. Some Are occupied with the senior edition of the Parrot Etc. Co. Supt. Peck visited S. Last Friday. He demonstrated several very Clover methods of rapid calculation. Supt. Peck plans to return and explain a Quantity of seat work in arithmetic which the Normal training class May Ono of the striking incidents of the Junior senior banquet was the now fad introduced by the senior boys. Each sports a Cane _ one of the Moat vital impulses or the Active child is the getting acquainted with nature. These experiences must be rat hand to held the interest therefore we choose seasonable  just at present the first Grade Are observing and learning the names of Tho Early wild Flowers. Thus tar we have Learned to recognize the Hepatica Marsh Marigold Spring Beauty dutchman s breeches Anc Ane Jone. Sunday May 9th. 9 30 a. M. Graded sunday school Nad Bible school. 10 30 a. M. Service with Sermon. 7 15 M. Vesper service in Honor . Special music vocal and instrumental. Public examination of the catechumens. Tuesday May 11th. 8 00 M. Monthly meeting of the brotherhood. All members Are urgently requested to be present and new members will be received at this meeting. There will be a splendid program and social meeting and the serving committee will have an appetite teaser. Wednesday May 12th. 8 00 M. The choir will meet for a rehearsal. Thursday May 13th. Ascension Day. There will be services at 10 30 a. M. Thursday at 2 00 M. The ladies Aid will have a Farewell meeting in Singer Hall. We Hope to see All members present. Friday May 14th. The adult catechetical class will meet at 8 00 M. Saturday May 15th. At 8 00 M. The vested boys chorus will Convene in the Parish Hall. Sunday May 16th. This will be a red letter Day for All members and friends of St. Paul s. The dedication of the Parish Hall and rededication of the Church will take place. The Rev. Or. S. G. Nefe Bauer at the head of the department of philosophy in Carthage College will be the principal speaker at the 10 30 a. M. Service. For the German service which will be held at 2 30 M. We have secured Rev. Or. Stube of Waukon and the Rev. C. Heinrich of Wellsburg Iowa. In the evening at 7 30 o clock the Rev. We. Eckert of Maywood theological Seminary Chicago and the Rev. F. Motzkus of Medford Wisconsin will address us in English. There will be special music at All three services. Be sure to come. Monday May 17th. The a celebrated Blind Impersonator and Reader Walter Clarence Gran will present Channing Pollock s. Drama the fool. Tickets for this evening Are now on Sale adults 35c, children 25c. Don t fun to sue in. Tuesday May 18th. In the evening a lif6 service pageant the key will be Given by the a. M. S. And Young women s missionary societies. All especially students and Young people who witness the play will Benefit much by it. Wednesday May 10th. This will be known As Church night. All members Are invited to be present. The ladies Aid have full charge of the entertainment this evening. To also Hope to have a number of clergymen from neighbouring cities in attendance. Thursday night the y. P. S. Will Welcome you to the Parish Hall where they will give Tho life service drama the a Silver offering will be received this is for the Benefit of the y. P. S. What the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of May 3, 1901. Notice to dog owners ordinance no. 203, revised ordinances of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa provides that All dogs Over three months of age must be licensed if allowed to ruin at Largo. The License fees Are payable at town clerk s office or on demand of the marshal and were due on March 1st, must be paid at once or a penalty attaches. After july 1st any dog found running at Large without Collar and License tag attached will be killed. All owners of dogs should immediately take Steps to comply with the provisions stated. W. A. Hanks mayor. Col. George Waters and his Sale dates May a horse Sale at Monona. May 15-Ͽ�Warren Cassady Monona. May id Louis Lenth purebred hoi steins milking nerd 8 Miles South Elkader. The Turne Verein will meet Satur Day evening. I one of or. Flynn s children has the Scarlet fever. Ehner Marsh has moved into or. Brown s House. M. C. Mead closed his Eureka Resti tyrant last week. \j0/b. Hart has erected a Fine steel Wyt Mill next to his Home. Air. And mrs. John Brandt have a Fie new daughter born last week. A min and mrs. Louis Salzgeber Are parents of a 12 Pound son bom thursday. Jsai Verf lion is much improved in health and is Able to take Short walks daily. / butter maker Gordon has purchased two lots Between the Dawson and Trudo Homes for $150. Jim Hill has deserted his brother cd Zinaman Fong Chung and has moved to new Hampton once More. A Long looked for 48-hour rain visited this Vicinity and revived vegetation and freshened things up in general. A daughter in the Carl Wegner Home had a birthday party sunday to which a Large number of guests were invited. Mrs. John Sanders mrs. J. E. Perry mrs. Chas. Sonnkalb and miss Blanche Durno spent several Days in Chicago for a visit. Or. Blessin of Eldorado purchased the of or. F. Becker Here. Or. Becker has planned to take a trip to Germany. While most of the sea dict fever cases Are improving two children in the Mike Welch Home were taken ill with the disease saturday. Tuesday Forenoon Otto Spoo died at the Home of his sister mrs. Henry Thies. He was 31 years old and was buried thursday from St. Bridget s Church. Last monday night occurred the death of Elnora Stella Gass the youngest child of pastor Emer. J. Gass and wife. The cause was acute spinal meningitis. Farmer Abernethy s hired Man had the misfortune to have a runaway which completely wrecked his Wagon monday. In turning around near the Koevenig building h Edid it so awkwardly that the Wagon upset which frightened the horses causing them to Bolt. They wore caught near the Henry Busacker place. Postville seedsman visiting his patrons big attraction Here next week the million Dollar Handicap at the Postville theatre Friday and saturday is positively the greatest race track picture of All times. It s playing air Over the United states in All of the biggest theatres in All the largest cities. In your own state it played at the Capitol in Des Moines and Davenport Majestic in Sioux City Majestic in Waterloo. In Chicago the Roosevelt Mcvickers Rivoli Senate and the Capitol. These big theatres run every pictures through before showing them. No higher recommendation can be Given a picture than to have it played in the above theatres. Postville is arranging for memorial Day Arthurf Brandt Post american legion co operating with the citizens of Postville has already started the preliminary arrangements for a fitting Observance of memorial Day sunday May 30th. At a special meeting on tuesday evening r. R. Douglass John a. Palas and Luver c. Schulte were a Poi voted a committee irom the legion Post to co operate with a similar committee from the commercial club in working out a suitable program particulars of which will be published next week a i. P. Hinman left yesterday on an extended Auto trip on which he will Call on Eastern grass seed dealers who Are customers of the Hall Roberts son firm. He will spend thursday Friday and saturday of this week in Milwaukee and Chicago. Next week will take him to Louisville and Lexington Kentucky from which Points he will drive through Southern Ohio Pennsylvania and West Virginia to Washington and Baltimore. He will then Call at Philadelphia new York and Boston at which latter Point he and mrs. Hinman who accompanies him will visit a. Brother of mrs. Hinman. From Boston his itinerary takes him northward through Dover n. H., where he will Call at the boyhood Home of Hall Roberts. His schedule takes him North thru Canada where he will Call on dealers at Montreal and Toronto. He will then Cross the lakes and visit Buffalo n. Y., and Toledo Ohio on the return trip. Or. Hinman. Has been engaged in the seed business in Postville for seven years and is now calling on a number of Large Eastern customers whom he has not seen since he called on them when employed by the Illinois Send company of Chicago. He will be Back in Postville about june 1st, in time to arrange for occupying the old methodist parsonage property which he purchased last fall for a residence. Three popular stars of the screen will be seen in Robert t. Kane s bluebeard s seven wives which comes next wednesday and thurs Day to the Postville theatre. This Trio consists of Blanche Sweet Lois Wilson and Ben Lyon. The picture is said to be an unusually diverting comedy tracing the highly coloured career of a Bank clerk John Hart who by Good acting and Clever publicity becomes Don Juan Hartez on the Silver screen. The picture derives its title from the idea evolved by Don Juan s press agent who in a sensational Endeavor to make his charge famous deter mines to marry him As Many times As the original bluebeard. And All this is quite distasteful to Don Juan because he is one of those Fellows who is very much in love with a certain Plain Little girl a waitress How he manages to escape his seven wives and Bow finally he discards his character of Don Juan Hartez and goes Back to just Plain John Hart forms the humorous Chain of events that constitute the picture Ben Lyon is seen in the role of the modern bluebeard Blanche Sweet is his leading lady in his picture of Romeo and Juliet while Lois Wilson is the girl he ultimately marries the ladies who play the seven wives Are Dorothy Sebastian Diana Kane Katherine Ray Ruby Blaine Lucy Fox Muriel Spring Kathleen Martin and Sam Hardy. A compulsory testing of cattle increases Motherless midget attracts attention the baby daughter born to or. And i. Albert Laterman at Postville Hospital on monday of last week and whose Mother passed away a few hours of after her birth is attracting attention. This tiny Motherless midget at birth weighed less than two pounds and it was no easy task to undertake to keep the frail spark of life alive but the Hospital Force it a bout it to save the child if pos ble and Success has so far crowned heir efforts for the babe is thriving under their ten diff and patient care. The child is being fed at regular in ovals by the drop system and rouses ipas the appointed time approaches o receive its nourishment and then toes Back to sleep again. Many of he women folks of the Community have called to see the tiny Tot and inquire after its welfare and to show their heart interest Deposit a free will offering for the child in a Box provided for that purpose in baby s room. Auto fractures Arm. Gilbert Stockman of the garage Force at r. F. Hecker & sons Mot with a sorry Accident monday Forenoon and one that will Lay him off from work for some Little time. Dave Bloxham a car refused to work that morning and Gilbert was sent up to the West part of town to see what could be done in the Case. He tried to Crank it and the blamed engine backfired the handle of the Crank catching him on the right forearm and fracturing one of the Bones. The fracture was reduced at Postville Hospital and Gilbert is now carrying his Arm in a Sling. Clean up. May 1st to 8th is clean up week. All residents and property owners will remove manure ashes,.cans and rubbish of All description from streets or alleys adjacent to property owned or leased by them and keep same in clean and sanitary condition. Such work left undone will be taken care of at expense of property owner. W. J. Hanks mayor card of thanks. We hereby express our thanks to Tho Many neighbors and friends for their kindly acts and comforting words during the illness and burial of our beloved daughter and wife mrs. Albert Laterman.1 or. And mrs. Louis Rolf Albert Laterman \ Pray tidally All counties which have been testing cattle for Bovine tuberculosis for any length of time will soon go on a compulsory test basis according to the hearings which Are scheduled by the Iowa department of agriculture. The rapid increase in the work of testing cattle shows that the people in Iowa Are earnestly seeking to eradicate this disease from their herds states m. G. Thornburg Secretary of agriculture. Hearings will be held within a few weeks in Grundy Jones Louisa Iowa Muscatine o Brien and Dallas f already 18 counties have reduced Bovine tuberculosis to less than one half of the one per cent and Are modified accredited counties. As soon As the hearings Are held it is probable that 27 counties will be on an accredited area basis where the testing is compulsory. Seven counties most of which started the work last Winter will be left in the group where the testing is it seens Likely that seven counties which Are now on the compulsory testing basis will be Able to reduce the Bovine tuberculosis in their counties to less than one half of one per cent and become modified accredited counties during this coming summer states or. Thornburg. Fifty two counties h ave either completed or Are actively engaged in area testing. Accredited Herd testing is being done in the remainder of the Community Church notes Mother s Day will be observed in All services. In connection with the Public worship the special music will be appropriate and the pastor s message will be entitled our mothers thank god for in the Sabbath school there will be special exercises and a Wreath of Flowers will be presented to the oldest Mother present. The Junior congregation will meet at the Home of mrs. Alex Abernethy. The ladies Aid of the Community Church will hold a rummage Sale in the old Beyer store building from tuesday May 25, to saturday May 29. Afternoons Only. They ask every one who wishes to donate to please have things at this place monday afternoon May 25, after one o clock. Anyone having no Way to get things there kindly notify mrs. Arthur Webster chairman. Watch for posters. Good time club losers entertain winners the losers of the Good time club entertained the winners right royally at a g 30, three course dinner on thursday evening at the Home of mrs. Louise Thoma. The menu was As follows fruit cocktail wafers roast pork Brown Gravy mashed potatoes pea timbales pickles Rolls perfection salad Angel food cake Brick ice Cream Coffee mixed nuts those present were the winners mrs. Leonard Agsten mrs. Geo. C. Sebastian mrs. C. C. Sander mrs. W. Meier mrs. F. Schara mrs. Herman Schutta and mrs. F. Schroedor. The losers mrs. De f. Schroeder mrs. Fred Baltz mrs. Vern sires mrs. Luver c. Schultz mrs. Lou Thoma and mrs. Jack Cas ten. Little eight opens season june sixth eight All Home Talent Ball teams soon to Start playing and furnish fun for fans. Sunday june 6, the Little-8 league baseball a season will open in All its gorgeous glory and All the fans will yelp with glee As the Umpire yells play Ball and the teams Start on the Warpath to win the Silver cup. The league this year will be composed of the following teams Postville Clermont Elgin West Union St. Olaf Volga City Hawkeye and Arlington. Each of these teams will be made up of All Home players and every position will be filled with men a selected because of their fitness to fill that position and some real rousing sport is in Prospect for All lovers of the great National game. There will be no fooling or Flim Flamming about any game played As each team will play hard to win and thus bring credit to his. Home town. The schedule for playing has not yet been fully worked but but Soow will be and now is the time for every Loyal fan to begin spitting on his hands and getting All keyed up to come out and Root for his Home team and help them on the Royal Road to Victory. The Postville Little-8 grounds will As in past years be on Everman Field. New bases have been ordered and will be Here ready for the opener. The boys will also appear in Natty new uniforms and want everybody to come out and see pm get them dirty. Or. G. F. Kelleher will be team manager j. A. P Alaa Captain and John l. Gregg Secretary and treasurer. The line up of plasters thus far is. As follows though a yet positions have not been assigned goo. Schultz cloy Schultz Verai Schultz carious Meyer Helmuth Meyer h. F. Schara Happy Clough Skinny Harvey Harry Harvey Lloyd Palmer Ray Brandt Bob Boehm. We have the makings of a mighty Good team and with the usual Good support they will show us some real Snappy game3. Everybody get ready for the opener. Deed recorded after lapse of 73 years. In negotiating a Federal farm loan one Day last week James Collins run across an old unrecorded deed to a piece of Alla Makee county farm land that cleared up a Cloud in a title As soon As this deed was recorded last thursday. The deed transferred forty acres in Linton township from the owner Wil new Hampshire who held the original government Patent to Joseph Mac Lis Patten of Rockingham county Corkle and the land described was the Southeast Quarter of the Southeast Quarter of Section 36, township 9g, North of Range four in Linton township. Witnesses to the document were Ira b. Brunson and h. A Dousman of Prairie Duchien and same executed. In Crawford county Wisconsin. Consideration of this forty acres was Given As $35 or slightly less than one Dollar per acre. At the time of execution ii. B. Brounson was clerk of the circuit court at Prairie Duchien. Some of the old timers of that Section remember parties connected with the transaction hat happened nearly three quarters of a Century Waukon r. & s. United Brethren Church Castalia s. S. 10 00 a. M. Mother s Day program. Bethel s. S. 10 00 a. M. Regular service 11 00 a. M. Forest Mills s. S. 2 00 M. Preaching service 3 00 M. C. E. 8 00 M. Junior c. E. 3 00 M. Lee Cream social by the Endeavor ers on Friday night May 7th. Ladies Aid at Home of mrs. Seward Swenson thursday afternoon May 13. Chas. W. Harris pastor Jean Kelleher operated monday club the monday club will meet monday afternoon May 10, with mrs. Galloway at the manse with the following program for discussion weeds that grow in our pathway mrs. Allen. Luther Burbank wizard of Santa Rosa his contribution to the world mrs. Baily. Wild Flowers mrs. Leui. Memorial tree planting mrs. Sanders. Solo Little dutch Garden mrs. . Card of thanks. We hereby extend to the neighbors and friends the ladies Aid society and the choir our Heartfelt thanks for their kindly acts and. Comforting words during the illness and burial of our beloved Mother mrs. Minna Wichman. The family or. And mrs. G. F. Kelleher went to Iowa City saturday with his daughter Jean who has been ill the part six weeks or More and did not respond to treatment As Well As might be desired and hence it was thought Best to consult specialists at the University Hospital. Later Jean underwent a serious operation and is getting along As Well As possible her Mother remaining with her. Farm Bureau program at Highland school a farm Bureau program will be Given at Highland school thursday evening May 13th, at 8 15 o clock. Those taking part in the program Are the pupils of the school and county agent Stanton. Come out and enjoy a beneficial evening. All Are Welcome. Community club meeting May 7. The Post township Community club will meet at Turner Hall Postville Friday evening May 7th. The annual election of officers will take place at this meeting and a full attendance is desired. Refreshments a fruit salad cake and sandwiches notice. All those indebted to me will Confer a favor by making settlement at . A. Folsom. Try our want ads

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