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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 13, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official paper Alla Makee county Herald official paper town of Postville thirty fourth Eft cuteness is being taught in the school tors Are Busy practising class a a Piny a full House to be presented May 27th Jie class in sewing i Are working dresses this last six weeks. So far dresses have been corned four Cotton prints three Ging is and one dress ing they Are studying Good and costumes so As to enable them to Ietter judges of dress designs Al hey Are making a detailed study Init. seniors Are progressing very with their play full ii have completed two of the acts i Are now practising on the re nine act. Some of the characters Ali Are showing up remarkably Are Parks the eccentric English Ler Nicholas King a stranger be a maid from Sioux City and Fatge Howel a blundering Bride by. Many other of the characters working hard and showing a rap improvement. The French in America several months the fourth be have been studying the English Jim circa. The last few weeks they begun the study of the French America. Father Marquette has i especially interesting. The child found out he came Down the wis in River and entered the missis River just below where Prairie Chi ii and Mcgregor now Are. To. A men this was a wonderful River they followed its course. It seems just impossible that our country i once unexplored when we think hat it is like today but it makes seem More real when we find sex have been near places we immigration he eighth Grade civics class has studying the characteristics of migration to the u. They find up to 1880, the majority of in rants came from great Britain Nany and the scandinavian coun at present North Western eur a live newspaper in a live town Postville Iowa thursday May 13, 1926 new Parish Hall to be dedicated on next sunday St. Paul s congregation will sacred by Uci Oice in Sermon and song at three special services. After six Montem of building activity St. Paul s eve. Lutheran Church will dedicate one of the Best equipped Parish Halls in this Section of the state and redo dilate its remodeler Church indubitably one of the most Beautiful architectural accomplishments in Iowa on sunday. May sixteenth. Three special dedicatory services will be hold on the opening Day of the week s festivities the first to begin at 10 30 o clock a. M. When the Rev. Prof. Bower pm. D. Of Carthage College Carthage Illinois will occupy the pulpit. The choir and the vested boys chorus will Render appropriate anthems and several renowned soloists will also be heard. At 2 30 in the afternoon there will be a German service at which the Rev. Carl Heinrich of Wellsburg Iowa and the Bev. Stube of Ludlow will be the principal speakers. The mixed choir of the Church will sing. The third service of the Day takes place at 7 45 d. M. At which the Rev. Prof. We. Eckert of the English lutheran theological Seminary at Maywood Chicago Illinois and the Rev. Frederick Motzkus of Medford Wisconsin will be the principal speakers. Several anthems and vocal and instrumental solos will be rendered also at this service. On a evening at 8 00 o clock the celebrated Blind Impersonator and Reader Walter Clarence Gran will appear in recital and impersonate Channing Pollock s wonderful three act drama the on tuesday evening at eight the women s and Young women s missionary societies will produce the life service pageant the by mrs. Laura s. Copenhaver. Several vocal and instrumental numbers Are also scheduled. On wednesday evening the ladies Aid will entertain the congregation and its various organizations with a luncheon and miscellaneous program. On thursday evening at the stroke of eight the Young people s society the local d. A. A s meet in m Gregor sends Only about one fifth of our will give a program. The same will i immigration while Southeastern \ be featured by a two act drama of Ope sends nearly four fifths great educational value for students of which conies from Poland Tho i a Voun Pep e. 111 general. Be sure fan states Italy and Russia. A to hear the witness. Fit was taken in the class to deter the number of nationalities rep Intel. Twelve were of German any five of scotch four of Irish of norwegian and three of eng ancestry. Courtesy most All boys and girls wish to courteous to those about them. One that helps children to become thous is to think about other peo instead of themselves. The third lers Are trying hard to learn to oui thous and Are trying to re Mem that one Rule. These Are some of things which they did last week. In boy helped a Little child who tipped Over with his Wagon. Al Elped put the peanuts Back in the baskets that had been spilled he fall. Other boy held the door open for Mother who had her hands full eggs. Little girl said excuse me she bumped into another child e girl picked up a coat that had n to the floor in the Hall Hen someone loaded a boy some or he said thank is a boy went out to play he Clos the door carefully so that it would slam and disturb his Mother s m a a a  nother Little girl met her Mother s its politely at the door ill of the Little run ers and helped their mothers and the House. Some Are getting selves ready for school each ing so that Mother will not have All Are trying to do their work out complaining. Sixth Grade language class Little Lucy Dougherty chapter d. A. R. Held their annual business meeting tuesday at the Home of mrs. Sloane at Mcgregor. The assistant hostess was mrs. Edna Oehring. After a most elaborate luncheon served at one o clock the program was disposed of and thoroughly enjoyed. Election of officers followed and those elected to office Are Regent Florence Musser. Vice Regent Glessner Webster. Secretary Edith Palas. Treasurer Ednah Peterson. Historian registrar Bertha Orr. Those from Postville who drove Over to the meeting were mrs. May Douglass mrs. Webster mrs. O. Beucher mrs. Victor Williams mrs. E. Prior mrs. Chas. Kerr. Mrs. F. J. Miller and mrs Florence Musser. Number 27 St. Paul s evangelical lutheran Church will dedicate i. 0.0. F. Hall Friday May 21 we Are pleased to present herewith a picture of the new Parish Hall which will be dedicated next sunday together with a Brief historical sketch of the Church showing its steady and sturdy growth during the past 55 years. Contributed the Early settlers of this Vicinity lutherans by descend ency and Choice conducted services in a local school building and were served by certain Rev. Stockfeld who came from Garnavillo Iowa whenever Road and weather conditions permitted. In March 1871 the organization of congregation was finally effected under the leadership of Rev. Or. Wachtel member of the German Iowa Synod who at the time was residing Iri new Hampton. In 1872 the Rev. I. Jansen who had no synodical of Friday May 21st, has been set apart by the members of Postville Lodge i. 0. 0. F. For the dedication of their new Lodge Home the former m. E. Church and they Are planning to make it a red letter Day. In Frater nazism. Grand master Seneca Cornell of Ottumwa will be Here to dedicate the Hall and deliver an address and will be assisted by major general j. A. Gutting of Cresco. Local Lodge members Are working hard to a gala occasion and i will spare neither pains nor expense to make it a great fraternal Day not Only for the three linkers but for the general Public As Well As everybody is cordially invited to attend the program and listen to the splendid addresses. Twenty four lodges in Northeast Iowa have been invited to participate and from reports already received it is assured they will be Here in Large numbers. The exercises of the Day will be held at the Hall starting at two o clock p. M. And it will be an occasion Well Worth the time of All who can do so to attend. Our local Lodge Brethren never do anything by halves they Are and of right ought to be a bit proud of their new Lodge Hall. Hence let everybody come to Postville Friday May 21st, and see the Hall and listen to the splendid fraternal talks. Petely re organized the graded system was introduced and the most teachers All engaged modern methods of s. Management for Post Tii p Aronni a were innovated. The enrolment now sch00ls the Board of education has finished its work of hiring teachers foils approximately two Hundred and fifty scholars and thirteen teachers. The congregation for the first time had the every member Canvas and the i fat year and it goes without saying voluntary system of financial Contri i Nev have Heen very careful in Mak Button was inaugurated. Are Irahan one Hundred and forty new accessions ing their selections. The schools have ranked with Postville the Best have been reported to the commune schools in the state for some years cant membership. J past a fact of which we All Are fixation was called As resident pastor soc been studying the habits of Birds several Days. To finish this work Are writing a Little newspaper James about Bird life i arithmetic the sixth Grade have i intensively reviewing the tables renominated numbers. The. Record Speed in saying the table of liquid Laure was set by Ralph Lavelle ing it in 18 seconds As. Compared i 20 to fio seconds by other Mera i of the class. A he class in physics a visited the fist office of or. Topliff where the by machine was explained to them she doctor. The class was greatly vested in the demonstration. One was heard to remark some he class in agriculture is working ration for beef cattle. They expect be another project tour this tues these Are very interesting and factional As each boy sees the congas under which the other works Fork in stocks Bonds and Corpora p Are taking up the time of the is in arithmetic. I one act play bargain Day by a Planner will be presented be the High school Friday afternoon i characters Are Nellie Mcdowell be Brooks Hamilton Mcdowell la Kluss messenger George Beer. Amilton Mcdowell returns Home spec Teddy and is surprised at not no his wife who is out bargain eng. She returns Home Laden with so Al bargains unusual in Many a a pair of gloves both for the e hand Etc she becomes so in Btu in her bargains that it is time before she discovers the loss Ier baby. After much excitement confusion the baby is found. De Ted with the recovery of the baby in swears never to go to a bargain again. Hamilton likewise swears or to come Home for lunch again. A ninth Grade English class has feed a Brief study _ the Fundas a parts of speech. They will by one Day thib week on sentences Ingu Ishing sentence from comr i groups of words As when they pm cd no one knew. The Caesar class is studying the famous Bridge across the Rubicon River this week. The Public speaking class has been studying the parliamentary Law using Robert rules of order. They Hayo organized themselves into several temporary clubs drafting constitutions and transacting much business. A group of pupils from the And j. Were asked to play for sunday school in the Community Church on Mother s Day. Our Young players Are always glad to answer requests of this kind. The second Grade made Little booklets for Mother. Each made his own cover wrote the Little verse of love and presented it As their Token of appreciation f the psychology class found the other Day this thought probably Edison has no More brain cells than we have but they Are better developed that was quite a bite to Chew on. The manual training classes arc now entering on the final stretch of the year s work and among their projects being completed Are step ladders automobile creepers Book ends footstools Medicine cabinets Chicken feeder Bird houses and Bird feeders. Several other projects were completed during the year although the second semester of the farm shop course was somewhat diversified with very Little Wood work being done. Last thursday Friday and saturday miss Meier attended the annual meeting of the Central commercial teachers at Des Moines. Or. Hoss Feld the world Champion for four Yeai-3 in succession typewriting gave some valuable suggestions on How to attain Speed in typing. demons started by writing 140 Woi is a minute without error. Miss Evans an expert shorthand writer from Gregg school demonstrated by writing with perfect ease three Hundred words. She advocated that the learning of shorthand to music is one of the shortcuts and does away with the Monotony of practice. She demonstrated her Points he writing to the Waltz and even the Charleston. Whore this method is being adopted in schools the pupils have made much More rapid Progress. Or. Gregg the author of Gregg shorthand in an address on the future of Gregg shorthand claims that in this Day of Speed in every line we will not be Content much longer to confine ourselves to monotonous Long hand writing but that within the next Twenty years we will All be writing some system of shorthand. The children in the first Grade Are especially interested in the observation and study of the Birds this month. They Are learning to identify those of the neighbourhood their song or whittle color habits food Etc. remained a year and was succeeded by the Rev. J. Hayer who served As pastor until 1875. The next pastor was Rev. Or. Reichen Cher a member of the Wisconsin Synod he terminated his pastorate in 1879 and the Rev. John Knie took up the work. Pril 20, 1881, he abandoned the work and the Parish was without a pastor. In july 1882 the now sainted Rev. John Gass a member of the German Owa Synod again resumed the work. Under his be ridership the congregation developed a sturdy Church. A sunday school was immediately organized and the congregation having outgrown the old Church which was located on the Northwest Side decided to erect a parsonage and a larger Hurch building. The highest location of the Village was selected for the building site and in 1883 the present parsonage was erected. In the memorable year 1891, the congregation also proceeded to the erection of a splendid House of worship and also moved the old Church on to the new premises to serve As school building. The newly erected Church was one of the finest and largest in this Section of the state at that time. The Steeple with an Altitude of 120 Fet with its three Sweet toned Bells can be seen for a distance of several Miles. After twelve years of hard labor Rev. Or. Gass resigned As pastor of the congregation to occupy his farm Rev. Robert Neumann became the next incumbent of St. Paul s pulpit he remained for Only two years. In 189 5 the Rev. Schumann of the lutheran Augsburg Synod became its pastor. During his two years pastorate the ladies Aid was organized september 8, 1s98, until july 1905 the Rev. Emil Bockelmann. Then member of the Wartburg Synod of the eve. Lutheran District Synod of North America Laboured in the Parish he was instrumental in getting the Beautiful pipe Organ which still graces the Church. During the vacancy which followed Rev. Or. Bockelmann s resignation the pulpit was supplied by Rev. Or. Paulsen a neighbouring pastor. October 1, 1905 the Rev. M. O. Puhl assumed charge. During his time the Cement walks were construct cd on the premises. In october 1907 or. Puhl resigned to accept another offer. The Rev. R. Kuehne was then called and he accepted. was affiliated with the Wartburg Synod. The indebtedness of $1,500 was paid during his pastorate a barn was built the parsonage was re roofed the Church was re decorated and other repairs were made totalling $1,000. The Rev. R. Kuehne tendered his resignation As pastor of the local congregation april 17, 1914, and took charge of a lutheran Church in Lincoln Nebraska. August 1, 1914, the Rev. E. Schmidt was called and on the 23rd of the same month he was. Officially installed As pastor of St. Paul s Church. Under his leadership the congregation in 1915, built a new addition to the parsonage and installed a new heating Plant in the same and also replaced the old hot air heating system of the Church by a modern stearic Hunting Plant. The lutheran league installed an electric motor Organ Blower and purchased a new piano during the pastorate of the Rev. E. Schmidt. April 6th, he tendered his resignation As pastor of St. Paul s to take effect october 1, 1924. The vacancy which was caused by Rev. Schmidt s leaving was finally filled when the present incumbent of the pulpit the Rev. E. T. Firick accepted a unanimous Call to the same in january 1925. Or. Finck at that time was pastor in Guttenberg to which place he had been called from Chicago in 1921 to establish an English lutheran Church. In Guttenberg he erected a Church which is an architectural Triumph and the. Congregation disliked to see the family leave but the Strong desire to see St. Paul s congregation of Postville Prosper induced Rev. Or. Finck to tender his resignation As pastor of Beautiful St. Paul s in Guttenberg and to become pastor of the local congregation. Since his coming marvelous changes for the better of the congregation have come about. The sunday school was com in May 1925 the Young people s i proud and that they Are to be main society was organized and today it i trained at the same High Standard will numbers More than one Hundred and fifty members All workers and no shirker. Meet with Hearty approval from the Public. With the exception of four teachers the Force next year will be in August 1925 the Young women s a the same As is now in charge. Secre missionary society was organized and tary Geo. Tuttle hands us the Fola i  n. T i l n4 a j.1____.1, in april this year St. Paul s lutheran brotherhood was effected. First Steps for a Parish Hall for the local St. Paul s Church were taken last fall when the congregation at a meeting specially called for that purpose unanimously decided to build a Parish Hall in which to hold s. And vacation school and in which the various organizations within the Church such As the ladies Aid the y. P. S., the women s missionary societies and various others could conduct their meetings and have their social gather Ings. Plans were drawn up and after due consideration a building committee consisting of Rev. E. T. Finck Louis Schroeder we. Foels c. W. Meier Albert Zieman Louis Meyer Fred Brandt Chas. Hoth will Baltz John Weihe and Fred Meyer was appointed by the congregational president and instructed to proceed. Almost immediately our Ever will ing Rural members assembled and excavated for the foundation practically All labor being donated. Geo. Schroeder local contractor contracted for the Carpenter work and Frank rounds and John Palas were awarded the foundation work Tony Wille of Guttenberg contracted for the Brick and tile work. John Palas plastered the building and Henry Hue Beer local Painter and Decora Tor did the painting. Hill s hardware co., installed the heating Plant and the plumbing. Henry Sebastian the lights. John Palas had the contract for the sidewalks. Materials used in the construction of the building were procured from the following Postville lumber co., furnished the lumber. Clermont Brick co., furnished the Brick. Geo. P. Smith Sash and door co., of Charles City Millwork pews and panelling. Thos. J. Gay tee studios of Minneapolis the Art windows to to installed later to the endeavours of the Rev. E. T. Finck the Church Council and building committee and Geo. Schroeder and his Carpenter gang who pushed the work along must go a Large amount of the credit and in this our willing members of the ladies Aid share equally. All have worked tirelessly to give the local congregation and Community a Church of which we can Well be proud. The Parish Hall is a building 40x80 feet with an Entrance on the North and West Side. On the basement floor Are located the boiler and fuel rooms lavatories a ladies rest room a Large dining room accommodating about 180 dinner guests at a time j a commodious Kitchen with an exit to the South a desert cake and pastry room and Small class room. On the main floor is a Narthex with wardrobe and drinking Fountain an Assembly room with a seating capacity of ,270, a stage with Nineteen foot opening and two class rooms. Accordion doors separating the Church from the Parish Hall when thrown open enable the congregation gathered in either building to hear the speaker and. Unite in the service. The Church. Likewise has undergone a great change the entire old Chancel was torn out and Chancel floor was raised. The altar has been rebuilt and Hoffman s statue  of the Christ extending his arms in Benediction now adorns it above the altar is an electrically illumined window with Jbf Mari s masterpiece Christ in new Light fixtures and new pews have also been installed new rugs and new aisle runners have been Laid several new windows Hoffman s painting of Christ the Good Shepherd and Chirst on the water have been put in and the. Entire Interior has been beautifully decorated. The first Sermon by the pastor in the newly arranged Church will be sunday morning May 23rd, when a special a class of Young people will unite with the Church by the rite of confirmation and at 7 45 p. M. When baccalaureate services will be held for the Graduating class. Lowing list of those who will next year comprise the teaching Force superintendent a. D. Noble. Principal Amy k. Meier. Manual training and coach Palmer o. Johnson. Smjth Hughes agriculture Fred c. O Riley. Social science and history Margaret Hill. English and latin Katherine Bryan. Home economics Lois Farrington. Dorweiler. Junior High principal Claretta starry. Junior High Mary k. Hanson. Fifth Grade Amelia Bruene. Fourth Grade Ada de Vries. Third Grade Helen Fuller. Second Grade Rachel Minton. First Grade Cora b. Darling what the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of May 10, 1926 Are very Busy now Geo. Sehuler has gone to Chicago for a visit. The Farmers planting Corn. A big shoe Sale begins monday at Luhman & Sanders i Shelton & Tangeman Are paying 11 cents per dozen for eggs. Mrs. A Prior and children Are visiting her parents in wide awake Little son arrived at tire Pearl Ellis Home sunday. Fritz Weber bolter s clerk has been ill for a number of Days. Marshal Hawkins was kicked in the la g by a cow and is a half invalid now. The Frauen Verein will serve dinner at noon in Turner Hall on decoration Day. The excursion to la Crosse last sunday took .48 people out of Postville. Calvin Collins and Annie Steffens of Castalia were married in Decorah recently. Harvey Cornell has recovered from the Scarlet fever and the quarantine has keen lifted. Ast wednesday the August Ultz family Circle was enlarged by the arrival of a Fine son. Henry Muchow of Waukon was Here thursday to have his youngest Daugh Ter baptized by Rev. Bockelman. Re Schulz sr., and Henry Webb Hae gone to Prairie Duchien to eat themselves Well in the turkish thy. John Schultz and his men have it red to clean up the streets and me town is beginning to look cleaner already. A number of families were guests in the John Pahlas Home in grand Meadow sunday and report a Royal Good time. Wednesday evening a supper and handkerchief Bazaar was held in tur Ner Hall for the Benefit of the Cath Olic Church. We hear that we. Thoma returned Home from California saturday. did not Stop in Postville but went ight on through to Waukon j Fritz Ruckdaschel was surprised saturday evening by a company of his Young friends who remembered that it was his eighteenth birthday. Jiey All had a Good time i a store and garage burned at Gunder Church going popular pastime at s. U. I Iowa City ministers report that University of Iowa students Are attending Church and taking part in religious activities to a larger extent than in past years. In fact so Many attended a certain local Church that local Heaters losing their Trade protested against billboards the Church had erected to advertise its program the billboards were removed since they did not conform to a City ordinance. Presbyterians lutherans. Episcopalians christians methodists it matters not they Are All reporting an increased interest in their student activities. The Rev. Elbert Smith of the Baptist Church states that the attendance has increased during the n�3t year and Vith it there is a corresponding growth in interest and enthusiasm. A student mass is conducted for Catholic students by the Rev. William p. Shannahan and it is necessary to come Early in order to obtain a seat. At the student Retreat and breakfast yield recently it was impossible to accommodate All the students. Unitarian students in the univer sity Are especially Active. The congregationalists report that great numbers of students attend the sat urday night parties and that even More attend the Christian Endeavor services. Campus Christian organizations work together in. Many ways especially in bringing fan Ous religious speakers to the Campus. These organizations Are Young men s Christian association Young women s association Newman club for Catholic students and Hillel club for hebrew students. A a a announcement never since the great covered Wagon has there appeared on any screen a picture of As High a Caliper As Zane Grev s the vanishing and to quote or. Grey s own words i Hope that every Man woman and child in America has the Opportunity to witness this great this Opportunity will be presented to the people of this Community at the Postville theater next monday and tuesday and it is my Earnest desire that everyone take advantage of it. Signed the management the wishes  we thank you. Postville fire department to thank the Public for the generous patronage accorded them monday and tuesday evenings at the Benefit programs presented at Postville theatre which netted them $93.20 and the same will be used for the betterment of the department. Postville fire department notice. All those indebted to me will Confer a favor by making settlement at once or. A. Folsom. Last saturday evening the Village of Gunder ten Miles South of Postville suffered a heavy fire loss when the garage of Oscar Nyborg and the general store of Martin Nelson were totally destroyed. As we hear it the fire originated in the Nyborg garage where someone was engaged in putting gasoline in the tank of an engine operating an electric lighting Plant while the motor was in operation. An explosion resulted that fired the garage and the general store of Martin Nelson adjacent both of which were destroyed As the Village is without equipment to fight fire. The fire companies from Elgin and Postville responded with their Gas engines but arrived too late to save any of the property. Four autos some accessories and machinery burned with the garage and the loss is considerable and we understand there is some question re Garding the insurance. Most of the merchandise was taken from or. Nelson s store but his household effects on the second floor were practically All burned. The building was owned by Harold lands Gaard. We Are told both these losses Are fairly covered by the insurance. Reincke Knapp on thursday of last week May 6th, Chas. F. Reincke of this City and Amy l. Knapp of Monona stole quietly away to Dubuque and were United in marriage after which they spent several Days visiting relatives and friends in Dubuque Guttenberg and Prairie Duchien arriving in Postville last sunday. The Groom is the popular proprietor of the commercial hotel in this City and his Bride is a daughter of or. And mrs. Herman Moritz of Monona. Both parties Are Well and favourably known in their Home communities and with their Many friends the Herald joins in extending its Heartiest Well wishes and Hopes that health happiness and Prosperity May be theirs abundantly. Notice to big-4 Dairy calf club members a meeting for All the old members and new members will be held at the Postville school House in the Junior High room on Friday evening May 14th. The presence of every member is desired As it is the annual meeting. Officers and a club Leader will be elected. Also a committee will be appointed to locate calves for members who want calves and Don t know where to get them. Let s All turn out and make the club bigger and better than last year. The presence of the fathers is also requested. Why editors grow Gray. Dear editor last week your a ser contained the information that a Aby boy was born to or. And mrs. R. Schmitz at Utica on saturday. Your information was Correct in every detail except that was a girl and not a boy she was born sunday instead of saturday the proud parents Are or. And mrs. R. Swartz instead of Schmitz and they make their Home in Union instead of Utica. Otherwise the item is alright my contains very much valuable information. Yours truly Etc. Merton p. Cook meets with a tragic death son of or. And mrs. Bert Cook killed when caught in ferry Cable at Keller Washington. Postville friends will sympathize with or. And mrs. J. A. Cook of Keller Washington in the loss of their son whose tragic death is related in the following excerpt from the san Poil Wash Eagle of May 6th. Merton p. Cook ferryman met instant death on the Clark ferry seven o clock last sunday morning when his body came in Contact with the Cable wheel which apparently was running wild. Or. Cook slept on the boat that night and had crossed several cars after Dawn. was alone at the time of the Accident and no one knows just what happened but it is quite probable that the boat had just left the ferry county Shore and or. Cook had let out the North end Cable in preparing to Cross the Stream and then turned to do something else perhaps to lower the keel or to wind up the South end Cable discovering that the Cable wheel he had just left had broken Loose and of course it would be running at great Speed before he could get to it. In his Rush to Stop the wheel he either missed the foot Brake or his knee gave away throwing his body on the wheel. It is also probable that his body was pinned or deposited on the framework supporting the Wood awning Over the ferry wheels where the wheel sawed a great Hole in his left Side tearing out the ribs lung and liver. The body probably brought the wheel to a dead Stop for a Short time after the body settled onto the wheel it dropped its victim on the floor of the ferry and resumed its Speed until the some sixty feet of Cable was spent. Aroused by the Peculiar action of the boat Albert Eckel saw. From his bed on the porch of the Eckel Home the wheel running wild and knew something serious had happened. The boat was then two thirds of its Way across and drifted to Shore. Cook s body was found lying Between the two wheels horribly mutilated. The Force was so great that one of the spokes of the wheel projected for hand holds and about one and a half inches thick was broken off entirely and several broken Over. Council proceedings regular meeting of the town Council of the incorporated town of Postville Iowa held May 7, 1926. Councilmen All present. W. J. Hanks mayor presiding. The following Bills of account were allowed and ordered paid. General fund. Eldo e. Kluss supplies for fire department 4.50 l. A. Bellows salary As marshal 75.00 g. A. Brooks salary As Street commissioner 100.00 Otto j. Beucher drayage and freight 7.28 interstate Power co., Siren charge 5.00 f. W. Hughes printing 76.60 mall Parrott & sons co., 5.49 water works fund. L. A. Bellows salary As water works superintendent 25.00 de Nelson labor 40.90 e. P. Durno supplies--------139.23 interstate Power co., pumping 76.00 citizens state Bank int. On warrants 24.53 citizens state Bank int. On warrants Street fund g. A. Brooks Klaibor freight and supplies 67.s0 g. A. Brooks labor of team 51.20 p. Ellis blacksmithing 89.60 f. W. Pliester labor f. C. Ruckdaschel labor Man and tractor Clayton Standorf labor Wegner labor Man and team Light fund. Interstate Power co., Light for streets___________.142.12 on motion Council adjourned. W. J. Hanks mayor Williaim Shepherd town clerk. 203.05 44.98 20.00 22.05 39.00 big four c. T. A. Report for april the following herds in the big-4 c. A. Produced Over 25 pounds of fat during the month of april l. B. Folsom 10 cows or. And p. Hoi., 831 lbs. Milk 81.1 lbs. Fat. R. C. Bugenhagen 14 cows or. And h., 614 lbs. Milk 29.6 lbs. Fat. C. Schroeder & sons 14 cows or. And p. B. H., 803 lbs. Milk 29.3 lbs. Fat. A. W. Oxley 16 cows s. H., 801 lbs. Milk 28.4 lbs. Fat. Joe Bodensteiner 17 cows or. And s. H., 618 lbs milk 25jj lbs. Fat. B. Ellison 25 cows or. H., 648 lbs. Milk 25.2 lbs. Fat. Ernie Smith 14 cows or. H., 670 lbs. Milk 25.1 lbs. Fat. The three High herds produced Over 60 pounds of fat As follows Eli Bailey Duches Roberta p. B. G., 1425 la sol milk 65.6 lbs. Fat l. B. Folsom butter cup p. B. H., 1617 lbs. Milk 63.1 lbs. Fat. Joe Bodensteiner big Koan or. H., 1440 lbs. Milk 60.5 lbs. Fat. Alvin Thorson tester. Absent voter s ballot if any Post township elector finds that he will be away from Home on primary election Day monday june he should Call at the office of. Clerk Geo. Tuttle in this City and get a Blank application to fill out and Send to the county auditor and a will then be sent an absent voter s ballot. No need to lose your vote jut because you can t a Here on election Day

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