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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 26, 1921, Postville, Iowa Herald a live newspaper in a live town Twenty ninth year Postville Iowa thursday May 26, 1921 number 29 orial Day schedule Ine its usual custom Post will observe the Dav set apart for Soldier dead. Mortal Day monday May 30 1 be observed in Postville in a or lie fit Ting the occasion and i feral Public la earnestly into join with us in paying duo do to the memory of our sol dead. Order of Parade procession will form at Toto i grounds at 1 30 p. M. In a Loci Tion of chief marshal col. Is Orr and his assistant l. A. Is in the following order Ille Castalia consolidated Cornet band colors n. A. R. Veterans Spanish american veterans d War veterans under command Lieut. J. A. Palas Juru in charge j. M. Harris Hie Public schools in charge of teachers Postville Lorl scouts e school Olee club in charge of miss prances Cronin Raker and chaplains in Uto mayor and City Council citizens on foot automobiles Orp Sion will move North on of Sti Fiot to Green Street East on n Street to Turner opera House re the exercises will be held. Exercises at opera House music by the band song by Olee club in of memorial Day orders by St adjutant r u. Douglass arks by pout commander a p. Williams to Cullen Rev. J. A. Saathoff song by Olee club . J. 8. Westfill Ackley music by. The band song by Olee club ror Ossion will then re form and cd to Postville cemetery where exercises of the Flay will be coned As follows exercises. At cemetery decoration of Graves be Gish ceremonial fir Rig of Salute ened Lutton Rev. E. Schmidt. Taps slower girls Ida Bel Brooks Margaret lout Edna he ins Alice Owen my Ila Schultx Ruth Swenson Lillian Meyer Bernice Phillips Edna Wherry  Margaret Wherry v. T inv Burns. Folia Heyer a a i May Wherry Elizabeth Sonnkalb Lertha Ruckdaschel Emma helps a Hazel Krog irian Rodena Joyce Schmidt Helen Fec litre r Ruth Lacolle Dorothy rely co Florence Erk Ert Alice Swenson Velma a Hipfl Alice Phillips. Edna Olpp Catherine Staadt Rose Mcnally Bertha Beyer Marguerite by Don Zana Gordon Hilda Meyer Florence Saueressig Amy Meier Viola Wei he Lillian Kiesau Dolores Tioma Ethel Thoma Clara water Caroline Sander Amanda Block Ruth Groth Irene Lee Rotchen Hangartner Hazel Hoth Vera Gross Florence Hoth Hulsla Jchse Mervilla Cor Stock Ruth Gordon Powers Bernice Beer Long Edna Gordon Dorothy Meier Ora Dahma Florence Casten Dolores Welzel Olive Freeman Plene Shulta Evelyn French Agnes Schuler Lillian Kuhse to Tention All service men members of Arthur p. Brandt it american legion and. All Sere men Are Herthy requested to it at the school grounds in Post eat 2 30 o clock p. In. On memo Day. Monday May 30th, to Parr Pate in the procession and Abs St paying a tribute of respect to the Mory of our fallen comrades. Do not Wear uniforms. Let tit j. A. Palas. \ h. S. Commencement a class of sixteen will graduate prom Postville High school. Other school events. Owers for memorial Day persons in Postville and Burn nine country who have Flowers spare for memorial Day for Deo tons the Graves of the soldiers i requested to leave them at the be of in a Harris As Early is filble on the morning of memorial 1-monday, May Soth that they y be Mude up into Wrentha. K j. M. Harris. -4j scouts attention 1 flu Meinberg of the Postville girl suts Are requested to assemble at j school grounds at 4 30 p. In. Monday May 3qth, to participate tue memorial pay Parade. Class Roll Loo l. Samek Walter k. Muchow Clara m. Holds Ethel m. Thoma Ruth a. Gordon Hoy ii. Schultx Myrtle l. Davis Dewey c. Ohloff Clara c. Waters Clarence c. Hoth Irene m. Thomson Lillian o. Kle Suu Blanche m. Harvey Margaret f. Kluss Florence m. Eggert Mervilla m. Cor Stock class Flower yellow Rose class colors purple and old Gold. Commencement activities will Start with the Junior senior reception Friday May 27th. On sunday evening Mav 29th. Rev. J. A. Santhoff will deliver the. Baccalaureate address at the com a inanity Church. I the Coors play Llor. Busy will be presented at the Turner opera House thursday evening june 2nd. Following is the cant of characters in the order of their appearance Janice Brown an instructor Clara helps snowball Tom Virld Irene Thomson the juniors Marlon Bernice Phillips Ada Myrtle Davis Phyllis Florence Eggert Jeremiah Stokes the Constable. _ Clarenceh Thorraine Fenwick Ruth Gordon mrs Olive Gleason Hamilton Blanche Harvey Magnolia her daughter Gertrude Sanders Roscoe Linden Leo Samel Parker Hamilton Walter Muchow Jack thin lev Dewoy Ohloff the seniors Jean Morris Ethel Thoma Anita Shirley Lillian Kiesau Helen Burns Mervilla Comstock Gladys Rose Clara Waters Richard Fenwick Roy Schultz Troxle tree an actress Margaret Kluss the graduation exercises will take place on Friday evening june 3rd, at Turner opera House. Prof. Ross Finney will deliver the address of the occasion. Admission prices As usual will he sic for Ono night or 50c for both evenings. Reserved sent Sale will open at the Reull store next tuesday morning May 31. Postville school Home economics girls sold Candy at the Ball game Friday afternoon making about $3.00. The baseball Giulie Between Post Ville Ani lust a Friday afternoon was a Good and even one Postville was Defeated by the score of 5 to 3 a tue Duy evening at 5 30 the 11th Grade dome tic 1 silence girls served a very Nice luncheon to the faculty. The menu was Chicken salad lettuce sandwiches potato chips Date pudding with wafers Coffee. The manual training students under the direction of miss Martin and the Domestic science cios Bob under the direction of miss Anna Bruehne Are preparing an exhibit of their work. Yoji will find it in Luhman & Sanders window on sat urday May 2sth, and for a few Days following. The freshman class accompanied by miss Saundra and mass Weber spent a very enjoyable Day at a picnic near Penney Springs last saturday. The picnic dinner took the form of a Welner roast and there were plenty of other Good things such As cookies and lemonade potato salad and pickles. The following program was Given in miss Bruening b room last thursday afternoon play Friday afternoon compositions music Dolores Welze. Days of Long ago three grandma thebe Reading Progress Kenneth a Shultis finished education Mayflower play the sleeping Beauty Chalk rounds and the Hermit music Cornet Harry Gordon-1. , Dolores Welzel play feminine bravery song the Robin s journey it v Marshall Field s advice. Marshall Field & co. Of Chicago Are urging dealers to use a larger variety of advertising in 1921, As follows the flow of Trade will continue toward your store if you keep the buying Public Well informed of your preparedness to meet its needs. Advertising will sell the Mer of handle it liberally and. Consistent a used. Make Printer s Ink work hard Tor you. Change the windows Putenar attract attention to into Flor displays. Advertising in Lola Uvea help to keep business Normal and healthy. Plan now for a brisk business advertise and display merchandise the moment it reaches your shelves. Look with Confidence into the fun to. Depredations still continue riot plate the vigilance of officials. The latest coming to Light during last tuesday night. Hickory Webster and speak Phillips Hud a building Tell loaded tuesday to take to Dur a o s Park the following morning and pulling out in the hazy Light of a wee bit after four a m. They did not Otloe until their arrival at the Park that Soma son Tagun had sawed two holes in the Bottom of to. 1 a message received Tbs afternoon says miss Helen to cd will Arrovo. In up Stville saturday morning from Tauton a v although Jupiter Plu veils tried to throw a Monkey wrench into the machinery that had been set in motion to tender the teachers of our Public schools a Farewell reception the old sport reckoned without his Host for in spite of the rain and the torn up condition of our streets there wus a splendid gathering at the methodist Church on monday Vonlang to prove to supt. Hunt and his corps of teachers that we had not forgotten their efficient and tireless work in preparing our boys and girls for their future activities and placing Postville Public schools on the highest accredited list a High school May attain. The program of the evening was a the end of a perfect Day d i Cepja Liln the teachers reception. N. E. Iowa masonic picnic. In charge of miss Amy meter and was what might have been expected Plendl All the Way through. It consisted of a piano duet by misses Pearl Meier and Barbara Marston a talk by a. L. Peterson of the Board of education a violin duet Liv the misses Bernice and Alice Phillips with miss prances Cronin a Lavong the piano accompaniment. Then a talk by Rev. J. A. Stathoff followed by a Solo by mrs. Pauline Ellis accompanied on the piano by miss Emma Nicolay. Following this supt. Hunt responded on behalf of the teachers in ills usual acceptable manner. A a after this came a most enjoyable social season in which All present entered heartily and each had the Opportunity of expressing to the teachers in their Sowri Way their appreciation of their excellent ser Les in the schools Church of and in assisting in programs of n Public nature. Some of them will not return next september but they have performed work Here that has been stamped Indel Lubly on the minds of Many of our Young people and thus they will not and cannot be forgot ten. To Postville 5, Elgin 1. For the first time in years last sunday when the Umpire suld play Ball Postville Hud a team of its own on the Diamond and that the baseball spirit is a Long ways from dead in the old town was evidenced by the goodly crowd that assembled to. Partake of the feast of fun to to spread on the Diamond at Rio Ramiu Field when Postville and Etgen entered the boar killing Arena. And while it was not what might be termed fast Ball it had sufficient Nep to keep ones interest aroused. The first three innings neither Side got a Man past second base but in the fatal fourth Post lilo rot on the Mordyg around and chased four of the boys Over the Home plate for scores babe Ruth Schara knocking out a Home run that Heined amazingly in perching Victory on the Postville Banner. ,. Elgin got one Lone score in the 6th Frame her Only asset of the fracas. Post lilo took another tally in the 7th, which ended the scoring for the game Becker of Calm was in the Box for the Homo team and looks like a Good hurler. Otto Brueher was the receiving end of the hit Terv find is self Able to up Law the boys trying to at Mil Teflon. Frit Glioma of Postville and a or. Moore of Elgin officiated As umpires and received no pop bottles or groans of Olsn Norovol from the assembled multitude which a is Ovlonce of their giving a Square Deal. Following is the score by inning s Elgin -----0 0 10 a i h 0-1 f pop Valuo __0 0 0 4 0 0 1 0 -5 the longest Day in the year june 2lbt, has been selected by Tho masons of Fayette county to hold the first annual picnic of the fraternity Over northeastern Iowa at the fair grounds Park in this City says the West Union Union. At a meeting last wednesday evening representatives were hero from Faygate May nerd and Sumner and plus were nude to make this a regular gala event. All masons and their families Are invited to attend the Park Gates will be thrown open at the break of Day. Plenty of room for your Auto and for you oven it arrangements Are being made to seat 2,000 people. The program arranged will be As follows the Forenoon will be devoted to Horseshoe contests Between the different lodges tenant tournament baseball games arid lots and lots of other sports. L in rior at noon and the committee twill furnish Coffee and Cream lemonade and ice Cream All you have to the first league game will be rid Oue we Wop pfc War Rummig a newspaper a a set Rob pct a Mac ave w6 Yawt \jq0m& no a Sukk Avn a Aux be Dow wok to \ Oso Calhoun miss Minerva and William Green Hill. Martin Billle a mennonite maid. Barrie the Little minister. Norris the pit. Stevenson kidnapped. Tarkington seventeen. Burnett Little lord Fauntleroy o Brian beat Short stories of 1919 arid 1920. Gale miss Lula Belt. Ashford Young visitors. Webster dear enemy. Olsn Rinehart. Service rhymes of a red Cross Man. Cur Roll Alice in wonderland. Mantle Best plays of 1 19 and 1920. Drink writer Lincoln the world emancipator. Rinehart Bab a sub Deb. Dunbar s poems. Kennedy servant in the House. Vandyke s poems. Stevenson child s Garden of verges. Waterloo Story of a. Who Tell Story of Opal. . Lansing peace negotiations. Wells outlines of history. Black the seventh Angel. Buffalo Bill s life he store. Hunt what Shull to read to children. O Shea the trend of the teens. Mangold problems of child welfare. To goes gunning for gypsies. When marshal r. L. Harvey pulled omit his trusty gun and tired a few shots in their direction last thursday afternoon a gang of Gyp Sles concluded that they had run into a Hornet s nest. They came to town in cars preceded by a Telephone advice from the sheriff to keep them moving and the marshal met them just North of main Street and told them to keep going. Ono of the Drivers said lie wanted to get some gasoline and Harvey allowed him to do so with the instruction that Ali e crowd must keep together and go on us soon As the gasoline was secured. But the Driver As soon As he got the Gas started out at a fast Pace Down the paved Street and the marshal commandeered a car and took after him. Overtaking him at the South end of main Street he agreed to turn around and go Back until the est were lined up with him but As soon As the marshal s ear was under Way. Decided to beat it in the opposite direction then the movie stunt began and the marshal jumped out of his car and commenced shooting. It did t take Long for the Gypsy to come to a halt and after a conference with mayor Stevenson and the Assembly of the whole Gypsy gang they pulled out of Leader. To Oelwein and the interstate Postville 25 years ago. Interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of May 20, 1896. Emma Senholz is clerking at Skelton & Tangeman s. Carl Frelong and Chris Salzgeber were Down at Elgin Over sunday. The Farmers Creamery received 37,000 pounds of milk on saturday. Emil Kos Tual and a. J. Mcclas key at Decorah each paid $500 fines for violating the prohibition Law. Or. C. L. Topliff and wife and the misses Loring and m. Crosby of Decorah were Postville visitors sunday. A marriage License has been issued by the county clerk to ii. H. Lien and miss Jennie prior of this City. Henry Boechier of Boscobel arrived Here tuesday to assist the crippled editor of the Volks Blatt in feet Ting out the Puper. A Bolt of lightning during the storm of last no get set lire to the barn on the we. Welge farm but not much damage was done. On last thursday occurred the marriage of Henry Blumhagen to miss Anna Schuette the Rev. F. H. Schumann performing the ceremony. Carnli Meyer and or. And mrs. Carl Wegner were at Beulah wednesday to visit their Uncle who suffered severe to bsds during the recent storm. Large numbers of our citizens Are going to North Mcgregor and Beulah Dally to View the destruction wrought by the cloudburst sunday night. During the storm sunday night lightning struck the barn of Henry Dahms which together with three other buildings and eight head of horses were destroyed by lire. The editor of the Volks Blatt had the misfortune to full from his bicycle while on the Way to Tho Blumhagen sch title wedding and suffered severe injuries to his Arm. Last night occurred the marriage of ii. It. Lien to Jennie prior. They will reside in their newly fur us slide Home in this City. Halvor is about this morning receiving cop grate Lutious with one hand and handing out cigars with the Otilit. This Section was visited by a terrible storm on sunday night. At Beulah a cloudburst killed4 Pef Loith we sued away the depot by ridges and Atiq it is Tulles of truck. Ono thousand men Are at work removing the debris and rebuilding the Milwaukee right it Way. Maree steels a suicide. Waterloo Muy 24-mrs. Muree Skeels 29, ended her life by hanging in her apartment Here monday he Elf loss body a found by mrs. Kittle Nash who lived in an adjoining apartment. Mrs. Skeels As in charge of in orchestra bearing her name. She left a note addressed to hurry Llor Tler. Who until recently had been u member of her orchestra. The note follows von have betrayed me. 1 have Given you ult Holly mentally and . You have stolen All that a woman holds dear. Muy god forgive us both. I love  mrs. Skeels body v hanging in a doorway. Lutheran Church notes Down it Oelwein Tho interstate Power company seems to he having trophies of its own. They recently raised the Light and Power rates and have had the proposition in court and now comes the City Council and raises tie company s Persona property taxes Aud the company is going to contest. An Oelwein Dos Patch in the daily papers has Tho following to say the a interstate Power co. Will contest the action of the of Lieut Board of Rov Lew in raising the assessment valuation of the comp Nyls personal property from s16.q60 to a 3 800. The City which is con testing in court Tho attempt of the Compney to raise rates recently employed a inn of engineers to make ail appraisal of the to May and june brides. May and june brides will do Well to see us about invitations or announcements. We get them out on Short notice. The Postville Herald -., a a to miss Stella Sams returned wednesday from her Tutt a Towt Llo Loo neighbourhood news. Chris of news gathered from the woodpile of our neighbors in this and other counties. Found English Servic. Next sunday morning. Regular meeting of the ladies Aid on thursday june 9, at manner Hor Hail. No services on sunday june 5th. I account of the Mission fest at Cla ton Center. The ladles Aid missionary meeting has been postponed until the first thursday in july sunday school--_______9 so a. M preaching service----10 30 a. M the Luther meets the 1st and 3rd sunday of each month at 8 p. M. E. Schmidt. Pastor. Community Church notes. Morning worship at ten o clock subject remember the Sabbath Day to keep it sunday school at 11 o clock. Christian Endeavor it 7 p. In. Baccalaureate services .8 p m. Everyone Cord Lully invited and warmly welcomed. At 2 30 o clock saturday. May 28, the second division of the Community Church indies Aid will hold a food Sale at the j. 11. Do Nyenbrink store. The m0nday_club, closed its year s work May 23. With a program and picnic supper at the Home of is. Helen Behrens. To them the year has been one of profitable study in Good citizenship which will he followed the coming year with a broader Outlook la civil government. A the following new members for 1922 were elected to membership mesdames Handy Vullant Jessie Sanders ii. E. Miller. To Bethel Church notes. M sunday school.10 a preaching service. 11 a. M you Are cordially invited to the services every sunday. Rev. H. A Fayes. Pastor. To Odd Fellows attention i third degree Wark on by Day eve a plug. There will he nine Candy dates and real refreshments after the work. To or. And mrs. R. A Sams and or. And mrs. Joe Evans were Monona visitors Wedum Daff. Creaco has organized a Golf club. The Echo says that 3,800,000 lbs. Of freight was shipped from Elgin last month. Fred Bierao of the Decorah journal will be memorial Day orator at Elma. All Public dances run for profit have been prohibited by the town Council of Ladbrook. A Bank at Independence has put up a thermometer barometer 18 inches wide and six feet in height. At Waucoma the consolidated school proposition was voted Down the outlying districts defeating the measure. Thirteen horses four hogs and two calves were buried to death in u Are which destroyed the barn on the Klein farm near Eagle Grove. The Charles City Dally news which was bought by a company of Farmers lost fall and run by them since has been placed in the hands of a receiver. Guttenberg will have a fast base Ball team this season. All but three players will be borne boy to. The Battery will be Jorgensen and press. A recent study made by Dean w. F. Russell of the University of Iowa shows that the average Cost per Pupil in the cities and towns in the state is a Little in excess of ?m0 per year. Homer Jaxton residing near Brett has cant ted 81 wolves in the last three Miarl. He sold som of. Them for pets and the others were killed that he Mig collect the $4 per head Bounty. A a a baseball. League ref six Taam Haa been organised in toward county the following Reeve a opted Elm Riceville. Ctn tire Cheater Saratoga and Lawter. Each tem will play Twenty games. Robert g. Cousins of Tipton the Gren teat orator Iowa Ever Hud will speak at the legion picnic it wet t Nion sunday. July 3. And on july 4th the Warfield Pratt Howell base bait Teim will play the Oelwein professional team. Frank e. Bloomfield who Bas been a City mall Carrier in Tye Corah for Twenty two Yea Sand was substitute Carrier Tor six years prior thereto has been retired of a pen Ion of s40 per month fhe Decorah Republican says. While trying to catch a Fly on the baseball Diamond two Riceville High school Hoys collided and one of them As rendered unconscious and received a Gash on the forehead which required several stitches to close. The other lad received a compound fracture of the Arm. George Vondrashek of Winona to has been secured As Pitcher for the Waukon team this season helped win a game sunday for Winona against the crack club of Gonna wis. The score was 2 to 1 ant the game lusted twelve innings. He had nine what was probably the largest Load of Honey Ever brought to town  in one lot was hauled in by George Nelson last thursday. Three thousand pounds of it a ton and a half. The Honey was from or. Nelson s own Apiary and represented the bulk of his last year s recorder. The Hawkeye state leads the nation in health work in the schools for the first halt of the present school year so the Iowa tuber culo is association has been notified by the National association. Eleven banners were offered throughout the country and Iowa schools were awarded five of them. The photograph of judge Lames o. Crosby of oar Navello appeared in the rotogravure Section of Tho Dep Moines Register recently. To was shown studying French by u language phone. Judge Crosby is now is years old and was president of the Iowa commission at the Chicago world s fair and Iowa commissioner at the Paris exposition a couple of Young men were Here from Fairbanks tuesday. One slated that he was looking for his two Sisters. 15 and 17 Yeti s old who had left that town in u Ford. Before taking their departure they wrote a note which stated they wore going out to see Tho world. Whon Here the Young men had obtained no Trace of the Echo.  Little Marie Welch two and a half years old daughter of or. And mrs. Joe Welch of Waukon was tearfully scalded. Her Mother was scrubbing the floor the floor was Slippery and the Little one slipped and Tell Thow lug her right Arm into a pall of boiling water. The hand and Arm were so badly scalded that the flesh peeled off with her lot Hong when in was removed. The nation last year spent $702,-000,000 for common schools and $760,000,000 Tor cosmetics or lotions Lor the complexion. The first is Otto Les considered a Burden while there is not a grumble about the second. The first is paid in a Lump sum while the second goes out in triblets and is not noticed. It is not so much what a Man spends As How he spends to that counts. The damage suit which Dan Steele of this City instituted against a Man named Peck of to Tregor a to compel settlement Tor the damage and injuries he caused by running into the Steele Auto last summer at the Shattuck Corner West of town was. Brought up for trial at Elkader last v a the defendant anally of Molmud to

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