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Postville Herald Newspaper Archives May 19 1921, Page 1

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 19, 1921, Postville, Iowa A live newspaper in a live town Venty ninth year Postville Iowa thursday May 19, 1921 number 28 a Day schedule its usual custom. Post till observe the Dav set dry or Soldier dead. Jelal i a monday. May 30 a observed in Postville in Day june 4, state Secretary took charge of to hts x. A be House pea Uilk meetings and was assisted by or a pwn celebrated orchestra has born Side of a Oelwein and or. Ross �,%"wfl.-tp, the Pep in the of arlington1, District officers. Old timers pedals and it will he a Rev Wallet of Decorah gave a a 0 to Worth coming Miles to very Fine address Ign saturday Ohol Ift by of Rte a your own Eata the sermons on sunday by Rev ,8 to no Coffee Cream and us hath off were especially a retired on " p-8 p0�m8d fat the Hall. H my. Hunt s Sinira 1 a any ntteen.ce. How old and dilapidated Xou May think xou1 inf fun t1vae n0o sew0 to \ vicn\4e�.-vo\nu fett Job j the Herald is informed by Man of the Postville Public schools Are Ager Chas. B. Carpenter that the to terminate their work in Postville Plant of the Post the Clay products at the close of the present school co. Will open Tor the season within Vear their friends Are arranging a few Days Witch will tie Good news which faced the court at the begin a a Wpm in Lor them to Helfeld Sext to Many who have been awaiting its Ning of he Aprl term was cleaned the sermons on Esperi Aily Renart the convention mrs. Hunt s so no Itig was a special feature Waco Nia sent the largest delegation. Delegates were also present from Wost Union Oresto new Hampton a Dona and Frankville. Are one dose at married folks dance and you. Will be As. Full of Lite a a dish of hoarding House of tue is of primes. Hop to it folks and be Happy a. To base Ball sunday May it. Mono s Park is now open. We Jln is. Postville on the new Postville Diamond. Gavin to m Durt of s Park la now Onon to the Public or picnic parties for the sea called at 3 30. P. No the league son of .1981, and the Public is Oor season open june. 5, but dually invited to by vote use of it to net Isar Apps tree for the games their heart s Content and in return Wlter follows at in the wlro.1 it is Only asked that in breaking pro e out am help he boys net the cant you gather up All r Eritee Antt no Nijs " adm Salon 86 and 85e, Burn or remove same. Lots of Nice to of Tel a ,. A tote unwind to by Zajf water co raft my vow to h ju.�. U.by v Leral farm Loans from $10,000 to $25,000. Fair and just Packer regulation vested la the United states department of agriculture rather than a separate commission. To i Brick Plant to open soon. Known As a ten ton Holt and is propelled by a four Cylinder gasoline engine. These tractors were intended for War service but since then have been turned Over to the Highway commissions of the several states who in turn Are dividing them among the different counties. These Mach lines look rather Clumsy but Are easily Register. The extended criminal docket toil Sta in wet la entirety before judge Tay. O Clook at the methodist Church first the Plant will Start with a part a cordial and urgent invitation is Crew Only but will gradually work extended to All to attend and unite up to operating at full capacity. In expressing to these teachers our considerable new equipment has Best wishes for their future and our been added to the Plant since it appreciation of what they have done closed last fall. ,.,.,. For Postville. This invitation is this Plant is Postville s largest Lor adjourned the term last wednesday. But there was not a single criminal trial Nineteen persons entering pleas of guilty rather than face a prosecution by county attorney James d. Cooney. The fines imposed allot which were paid extend 0 everyone in the immedi employer of labor and is a big asset brought into he school funds the ate and surrounding can Unity to the City when operating at Ca tidy sum of $3,250. Which Conser Irres octave of age. Race or previous Patty. Condition of servitude. To it Happy Days base Ball Rebekah Are miss Leota Wilson Agod fifteen. Ably More than equate the entire Cost of conducting a term of District Union Argo. T the first Ball game of the season died very suddenly from a mystery saturday night was a Joy feat in will be played on Postville s new Ous cause thursday evening at the the history of the Rebekah Lodge of Diamond on Friday May 2qth the Home of her parents South of town this City when close to one inn game to be called at�3 30 p. In. " dred assembled at Tho Lodge Hall to Clermont High school is. Postville initiate sixteen candidates into the High school will stage the Battle. This will be Tho first game of baseball Between High school teams Kon the local Diamond in a number of i year. Clermont Defeated the to. Dainty refreshments Ware served and eals at the Brick City earlier in the she came Down and complained of a a Jolly social season ensued All of season but the Postville boys have headache. Next she was affected by which was most heartily enjoyed been putting in overtime at practice nausea then complained of a split tie members taken in saturday and a game Worth seeing la to he tins pain in her head speedily be night brings the member sep of the expected. Come out and Root for oame unconscious and. Passed in Fly Lodge up to seventy Nve and there the Hornc team. . Are More in sight.36 Cento. A mysteries of Tho fraternity the work being exemplified in excellent form by the degree team from the Waukon Lodge. Following work says in Elgin correspondent in the West Union Argov she had Ridden Home from school with her father after watching a Ball game follow ing the close of school she arrived Home at ave o clock and began doing the housework up Tarsi when aamtaloqt6 and i before nine o clock after an ill near of less than tour hours

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