Postville Herald in Postville, Iowa
3 Nov 1921

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3 Nov 1921

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 3, 1921, Postville, Iowa The. P0stv1xle Herald Postville Iowa. Cony Tor this department supplied a a no a american Lurlon a two so Rojc in list of first women Mary o Toole Washington auxiliary member first female judge in District of Columbia. Legion Man up for mayor Trio list of mar o tale a marriage she was the the w s Bear tirs a Ottar. Directors. F hunk. She first prvs idea club of w a in a of a i hrs.�. in by. Miss o tale from Wilch. Of lion and it s visit i she to the As Secretary to Judi Ben county. Now Yah interest my in Law Anil court reporter. firsts to i Vicli miss Washington Ivl. Is entitled indeed places tier Anions the firs women of America. In Oiler of re a e n c y m i is Toole is by president 11 a s Osiier. Judy of the municipal a Stirt lit w Silins ton Ami the first a Omati Julue like Wise to perform in site i strict. To a Iii in or Berot on chamber if com of Orer is and the Timber of the Bear of i i i t of or n til Ami was the of the or is City in the a native of Ireland a \ school Etva ears of Ace. Culled states. Wheeler. Sieu Slie became competent As a  she West to new York City Ami entered a Wall Street firm us a chief clerk continuing to Stu Yaw. She joined the govern font forestry service in Washington to Complete 1 the Side. Immediately after she joined the Vincent r. Costollo it of the american legion auxiliary in Washington the president asked her to become first vice president. A Ellne of iter court Dutie Henry h. Curran wins nomination in new York City with Comrade p rating close second. Two service men of the world War were among the four candidates who sought their part y s Omitt Nylon for mayor of new York recently. One of them. Henry h. Curran won out in the contest with an sex service Comrade. K. H. Limiti Zanlia a Clow second. Or. Curran at present president of the Borough of Manhattan taking in what is commonly known As new York City left o y a thriving Law practice to enter the army. He entered the first Ollie ers training Camp at i Lintl Surg in 1917. Was commissioned a major and served overseas As commander of the three Hundred and second engineers. Seventy seventh division. A of lowing his i discharge in april. 1p1s1, he organized i the three Hundred and second Engin ears Post of the american legion and was prominent in the work of that or a animation until he actively entered politics when As he was holding an elective Ortice and trying for another. Lie was unable to hold any lotion of Tice because of the service lion s ruling. V. It. . President of the new York Board of aldermen a major in the air service Virinia the War. On his defeat pledged his full support to or. Curran. John i Urray Mitchel former mayor of new York entered the air service shortly after his defeat for re election in l it and like Wise became a major in the air service. In which capacity he met his death. A new did state Ekit com the water front at Bagdad. Athletics his Strong work it up until it was raised to the Leve of the land Over which it was then distributed by canals. In the surplus water was drawn off directly by a treat canal system tin Hanks of Whoso ancient arteries still stretch in formidable ridges the Plain. Under the system of irrigation both lands were astonishingly Fertile. Kven Law studio on t Harry Maloney. American legion Post commander team to Vic. Tory in big games. The old setting up exercises of the i tinny invented primarily alleged for the doubtful legion Man As life Saver William Heinemon of new Jersey Post rescues six men and one woman from drowning. For Savini the live r woman All trapped n n d r t o w a t Beach. N. A. William Liei Setnan in action during the world War will be Able to Wear a Carnegie medal alone Side the Croix de Guerre he won. A length of rope and an automobile tire inner tube made it possible i effect the Rescue of the woman after a life curd and live other men had failed in their attempts. Swimming out to the woman the wounded Man placed the tire about her neck and she was hauled to the Shore. Then Heineman rescued the six men Vliem sees caught in the undertow and battling for the tar lives. Reaching the Shore the Young Veteran fell Elia used. He refused medical attention however Ami de aimed to Tell anything about himself. He served overseas with the a sixty ninth new York later the line Hundred and sixty fifth infantry. Forty third division. He is a resident of Greenville. N. J and belongs to the i local Post of the american legion. A m u s e m e n t of sleepy Bucks but which h a p p i 1 y had to de spread by War department order to inc Lyle the majors and colonels did nothing to wreck the Constitution or disposition of Harry w. Maloney. Once the world War Assis ant director of nth a re Parva by in. A it. C l Irak the new state of which Kmer Feisal recent was proclaimed Iron Lyional King under British Man Hue strikes a new note to Many ears nit despite its unfamiliar name it is a land Whoso influence upon the lil Story of the human race it would scarcely lie possible to overestimate i or Irak is none other than Mesopotamia that betwee ii the rovers strip i today it can be seen that Only Well if land which is believed by Many to i directed work is needed to bring Back live been the original Home of the the ancient Fertility. After the Spring Uiman race i hero in the Ore history began men first attempted Gay with Flowers. Pm of old these o form themselves into organized lands were the wonder of the world immunities there the hebrew race for their Richness. Found its origin and thence their i w a Why Wuhl Ltd. , historian first Leader. Abraham went out i Herodotus wrote veers ago search of the land which lie should this ,u,.v is it it w. Kill a left Coward receive for an inheritance a ,h,s1y of. P,., j.,-. It is a Long and comparatively Nar As to Trees it does not even attempt copyright. 19j1, vet Tern no we pm per Union. Think not to much of what thou Hast not a of what thou lint but of Tho till nos thou Hnot Holfert the Best end then reflect How eagerly Thoy would ulivo Boon sought if thou hads t them some Good ratings. Buttermilk and sour milk have both been used As a specific for prolonging life renewing the tissues and preserving Beauty. Hutt Ermell has h e c n recommended by physicians for people troubled with liver trouble gout or rheumatism. Hutter milk is often retained by stomachs which cannot digest milk. A Glass of cold or hot Buttermilk according to the season or temperature with a Sandwich makes n most satisfying luncheon. For those who Are fond of Hutt Ermell soup this recipe will he enjoyed Buttermilk a ii uart of Buttermilk until nearly boiling do not let it Boll or it will curdle. Tour Over three Well Beuton eggs season with Salt and sugar and serve with a grating of Nutmeg on top of each soup plate. Buttermilk Ginger one cupful of molasses one Well beaten egg two thirds of a cupful of Buttermilk a third of a cupful of Niche butter or shortening two Teaspoon fails of soda spices to taste and one table spoonful of Ginger add hour to make a Batter which drops like a veil from the spoon. May be used in bread just scalding the Buttermilk and using it As any other i Piid. For dumplings a cupful of Buttermilk in place of Sweet milk and use baking powder us usual the result is a Tine tasty dumpling. Egg and potato out two slices of fat Salt pork Cut in cubes in this Brown a cupful of bread cubes the Nerden of . Rains the Mesopotamia slopes Are a a. Of cold boiled Din and Ages be clothed with Rich verdure and Are Are Well browned of strict h of country running up from the l persian Gulf toward the i Taurus mountains Ami that lofty table and which we now know As Armenia. I n its Northern and northeastern Side i it is bordered by a fringe of Morin jains. Gradually sloping up toward the Reat Northern ranges on the South Stanford University. I Alo Alia. Cal. I Ern and southwestern Side it fades a Veteran of the Hoer War. During away into the great arabian desert which be served with the Angl so. A two famous Rivers. Maione Kert in condition during the far up in the tableland n Armenia Imit Sou Miles in a straight line from Days of the a. K. F. off the training of varsity athletes at Stanford he became director of athletics at Camp Fremont. Cai. Later he wont to France As supervisor of the athletic entertainment of the eighth infantry and when the big inter Allied games were held in the Jar Shine stadium Paris in the Spring of 1m, he was in i charge of the american team which i swept everything before it. Maloney is commander of Fremont Post the american legion. To Bear them either Tig or Vine or Olive bin for producing Grain it is so Good that it returns As much As two Hundred fold for the average and when it hours at Lis Best it produces three Hundred you Hud then u land which in potatoes add two eggs slightly beaten. Heat slowly stirring constantly until the eggs Are cooked. Season with Salt and Pepper and Garnish with Parsley. Coconut irate the meat of one fresh Coconut or the dry Coconut May be used if the sugar is soaked out of it. Cook a tablespoonful of butter add a tablespoonful of hour and a teaspoonful of Curry powder. Add a Ipi Ait of milk and water a pint of ouch and the Coconut. Simmer a a minutes add Salt Pepper and a cupful of cooked peas. Cheese two eggs got ten hits in ten shots to have actress for Bride engagement of Charles h. Duell new York legion Man and Lillian Tucker announced. The engagement of Charles h. Puell. New York and Lillian Tucker artist who appeared last season in the the a t r i c a 1 Success three faces East has been made a known in Paris where miss Tucker had been sojourning. Puell is a son of the Lute judge Charles h. Duell of tie United Sites customs court of appeals and a Cousin of kill in Hoot. He served during the War on the naval de Troyer Wilkes operating from Jisc Enston. He was a Delegate to the Glrst convention of the american legion at St. Louis and later organized the bunkers a. A Post of the . Holder of world s record in gun. Pointing w. S. Wilson retires from the Navy. With sixteen years of service in the United states Navy and the world s record in gun pointing to his credit William s. Wilson Westt Leld. Mass., has retired from a life of thrills and travel to that of h Fronio porch citizen. Now i la have t Chance to get acquainted with my family Wilson wrote the american legion Headquarters when his final honorable discharge was la his hands. He is the father of four children including twins. The Sailor made two trips around the world before the world War. During it he was on the first United states sub Chaser to Cross the Atlantic. He spent the Winter of 1p17-1s la the Waters off the azores and later was detailed As adjutant to organize s naval unit at Columbia University new York. He established his gun pointing record in likes by getting ten lists Iti ten shots in seventeen seconds at Battle Range. On discharge he was chief torpedo Man in the Fleet naval Reserve. Advises against politics. The american legion will never be refused a worthy request governor Edward i. It Edwards of new Jersey declared recently in addressing the annual convention of the stale order. I know of no selfish motives Ali Hon the the executive continued advising he legion men to by All Means keep out of politics the ruination of every goes Hie first Case. Rookie sentry halt who there t voice private Stock company c. Rookie sentry Advance private Stock and be legion weekly. Quashed. Blackstone what made the jury disagree in that prohibition Case Webster there was t enough evidence to go round so All except the first foor jurors voted for a reasonable legion weekly. Equally True. The rapidly increasing divorce rate remarked the wll indicates that Ano Rica is indeed becoming the land of the yes replied ids prosaic Friend but the continued marriage rate suggests that it is still the Home of tie legion weekly. Ice water proved an Aid. By distributing ice water free to All Comers at the county fair in Al Reno kan., the local Post of the american legion attracted a Large crowd and was enabled to assist service men in getting Victory medals and in untangling their government co Penna ton claims. Obliging. Sir began the Young Man with the new diploma striking his most effective attitude i am trying to get a Start in very Well retorted the Busy magnate ill give you just ten american legion weekly. The Gulf Rise two great Rivers the Tigris and tie . The former Breaks through the Mountain Wall of the tableland on its Eastern think Mil flows in a Souther Terly direction throughout almost its entire course. The hitter Breaks through on the Western flank Ami flows at first Westward As though making for tie Mediterranean. It then turns South and flows directly southward for awhile then sweeps around in a great Bend to the Southeast and follows a course gradually converging upon thai of its sister Stream. Finally near the sea the two unite and Issue As one River into the l persian Gulf. The land traversed by these two Rivers has like the sister River land of Egypt been from time immemorial one of the great historic centers of human development. It divides into two portions of fairly equal length. For the first ski Miles the country gradually descends in a gentle slope from the mountains forming an irregular Triangle Between the two Rivers within which the land becomes less and less Hilly As it sinks southward till As it hears the Kup brutes it becomes a Broad Steppe which beyond the River Rolls off into the desert. This portion is strictly the land called by the greeks the second division is totally different in character. It is simply u great Delta like that of the Nile a Flat alluvial Plain which has been entirely formed of the Silt brought Down from the mountains by the two great Rivers. The process of land making is still going on and the Waters of the persian Gulf tire being pushed Back at the rate of about 72 feet per annul. What this slow process May achieve in Many centuries is evidenced by the fact that we know that the ancient town of Pridu was about Mojo h. Can important seaport on the persian Gulf. It is now Vii Miles from the sea. Control of Waters necessary. Hoth lauds were entirely dependent for their Hubli ability and Fertility on the Rivers which traversed them. In Mesopotamia the Tigris and the euphrates have for Long stretches channelled deep into the soil und Ilow below the level of the land. In the lower District Babylonia the Ordinary level of the Rivera is frequently above that of the surrounding Plain so thut inundations Are of frequent occurrence und Large tracts of the country Are now unhealthy Marshland. In both cases therefore though for opposite reasons the hand of Mun was needed to make the Rivera helpful. In Mesopotamia the water was controlled by dikes and dams which held constant human occupation and Willi slightly add one half Lea Spoont us of constant and organized attention to butter Salt and Pepper to taste and the details of irrigation was eap Alile a q tablespoonful of cheese grated. Add of almost anything but at the same u of butter to the Melet time it was a hand which left to it pan and w Hen hot pour in the mixture self went Back quickly to wilderness i Cook until Linn Sprinkle with cheese the marching heat of summer w Atli and serve with Gish aug bread sundered everything on the Wiehrs. Uplands the Low Levels of lab Louia very speedily became Marsh if the w aters w Ere not regulated. So the hand of Man being withdrawn or checked both Mesopotamia and lab Louia went Hack to the state in which they were originally and in which we see them now. They became great Barren wastes. There Are few things More remarkable than the Way in which this land which had once been supreme in the history of the world and which for centuries was one of the great molding forces of human history passed almost entirely out of the thought and the things Llinat Are really or thee trav Lusilo to Olieo. Lie that god a Sweet enveloping Thimi he to Hlin never co Euils his . For the invalid. If a member of the family becomes 111, it is often a problem just what to prepare to tempi the appetite and to reduce tie recipe to proportions for one person. Many times it is possible to prepare enough of any dish for the in lire family hut when Small amounts Are to be served the following suggestions May lie of service potato soup for two thirds of a cupful of milk to which one sixth of a slice of onion has been added. Remove the onion after the memory of civilized Man. We know it of course from our l Isles. The name of Nineveh that great City and the Story of Nebuchadnezzar s Pride As he looked round i upon Palace and Temple and Tower 1 and said is not tills great Lla Bylon which i have built these things1 Are part of our earliest and a forget 1. ,1.milk is scalded and pour tie milk Over table impressions of history. ,.,. 1 one Quarter of a cupful of finely vanished from memory \ mashed potato. Melt one half table the men who wrote the history and spoonful of butter stir in one halt the prophecy of the old testament on spoonful of hour one Salt spoon did so when these lands were Levin and it the height of their glory. Then came Down Midnight. So utterly had the local habitation und the name of these great cities vanished from the memory of Man thai -100 years before Christ when Xenophon and the ten thousand marched through the Laud after the Battle of ii Taxa they passed the ruins of Nineveh and never knew of them and encamped beside the ruins of Kalah another of the mighty cities of Assyria und spoke of them As an ancient City named the Young turks who Cliine into Power in the political upheaval of 1008, made in Effort to reclaim tie lost Garden spot but did not make airy great headway. All act Vulles stopped of course with the outbreak of the world War. But since the British occupied Bagdad in 1917, Tho work begun by the Young turks bus been pushed much further. Many acres have been drained and dams and canals have been constructed. Bagdad bus been connected by rail with Basra the port near the persian Gulf and a line Lias been extended la the opposite direction from Bagdad up the Tigris Hulf Way to Mosul. It is planned under Tho new Arab state of Irak and the British mandate to cont Lime the great engineering work that will be needed to rejuvenate Mesopotamia s ancient irrigation system. But there is much to be done before the Gurden of Ken will Bloom again. Wrigley every meal next time you want to concentrate on a piece of work just slip w Astico Wrigley s = Between your Teeth. = it s a wonderful help = = in daily tasks and = e sports As Well. = Juicy fruit chewing gijmt5 the s flavor = lasts b hazards disappear and hard places come easy for w Rig Ley s gives you Comfort and poise it adds the zest that Means Success. A great Deal for 5c sealed tight kept right \2/ shining up Days Are Here stove polish its Shino is wonderful simple explanation. Mary and her Cousin Susan were placed in a room by themselves to play with their dolls and picture books for half an hour All went Well then there was a sound of lamentation. Mary s Mother opened the door to learn what the trouble was and found Susan seated on the floor loudly proclaiming her grief to the ceiling White Mary leaning on her elbows Chin resting on her hands was gazing nonchalantly into the Back Yard. Now what s the matter Mother asked. Well answered Mary turning her face toward her Mother both of us wanted to look out at the Day and both of us could polite to dog. Little Lucky look Mother that bulldog looks like aunt kindly. Mother i Lush child Don t say such things. Little Lucky Well in ennui the dog can t hear Clohe. Tie truest test of Friendship is not in words but in actions. An Opportunity. I never saw the Seq Iii of those Ingsby next door said or. Dibbles. They Are always we Utlang to borrow something. I honestly believe we be Lent them Ivory thing in the House except the piano Anil oar twin i m sorry you lire so or Milit lip said mrs. Kibbles. Or. Jags by Tui just sent Over to know if Don t say it Don t say it " if you have a few empty bottles you could spare pint or quart size out of the Way woman i la tuts them Over age Herald. T up to dad now. Daughter said or. Lira Coin by a the Young Man who is calling on you at frequent intervals univ prospects in life yes father replied tie Beautiful girl with a strange new Light in her eyes. His prospects Are just How to you make thai out i Salt yes last age Herald. Just like that when a woman is in love she Acta like a maybe but when a Man is in Lova it in t altogether legion weekly Zeppelin s first dirigible Zeppelin s first dirigible was 440 feet Long. This huge Airship was not merely a bag filled with Gas. It was constructed with a rigid framework of aluminium Alloy within which were 17 separate thumb cars having partitions of Sheet aluminium Between. In each chamber was a Gas bag. These had a total capacity of 400.000 cubic feet of Gas giving a lifting Power of pounds. The entire framework of the ship was enclosed in a covering made of Cotton und rubber which was really merely a jacket to protect it from tie weather. Crab Shelli As barometer. The Araucua Sluus Ottlie southernmost province of Chile use n crab Shell As a barometer. In dry fair weather it is White but when rain is approaching red spots appear on it and when excessive moisture is present la the atmosphere it becomes red All Indianapolis news. Ful of Salt in few grains of celery Salt and White Pepper. Add to the milk and potato mixture and Cook until smooth. Struin and serve very hot sprinkled with minced Parsley. A Tea spoonful of Tomato Catsup adds zest to this soup. Add just before serving. Cream of pea one third of a cupful of Green peas freshly cooked or canned will do one Quarter of a cupful of water one Quarter of u tablespoonful of butter three quarters of a tablespoonful of hour two thirds of u cupful of milk one Salt spoonful of Salt u few grains of White Pepper. Add Tho water to the peas and simmer ten minutes. Hub through a Sieve and thicken with the butter and hour cooked together. Add milk and seasonings. Strain into a hot cup and serve with Croutons of bread. Beef a piece of round Steak from the top of the round Cut in strips and scrape with the Grain of the meat using a Sharp Teaspoon. Korm the meat into balls Sprinkle with Salt and Cook in n hot frying pan shaking them Over the heat until Well scared. Arrange on buttered Toast and Garnish with Parsley or water Cress. When egg is added to any soup beat it Well mix with a Little of the hot soup then stir it in using care that the Boup is never overheated after the egg is added us it hurdles und spoils Tho appearance of the soup. Thief s Peculiar Booty. Six sermons of item George l. Patterson pastor of the South congregational Church of Salem muss., were stolen while he wus of a tour through the West from which he recently returned. A thief broke into the Church and made off with the manuscripts. The discrepancy. Shopkeeper a you Uro the Man nobody likes to sen tax collector now that s strange. Z am generally asked to cull again. Why should you follow a crooked path ? often a Towpath has been allowed to become a Village Street and As the Village expanded tradition has made the winding Way an expression of a cows will. Habit is always forging chains to enslave us so that what has been found bearable by the fathers is accepted by the sons. Who cannot recall the Coffee pot Mother put on the stove Early in the morning warning us not to let it boil Over As children we were not permitted to drink Tea or Coffee because it would stunt our growth or make us nervous and irritable. When older however we craved a hot drink with meals and custom gave us our Tea or Coffee. Finally upon the instructions of the doctor Mother gave up her Tea and Coffee. But that meant nothing in our Young lives. Our vitality was then Strong enough to throw off any ill effects. But our time came and to Learned by experience that we could not drink Tea or Coffee. When we had it for breakfast it put our nerves on Edge. When we drank it at the evening meal we tossed about in wakefulness most of the night. And then we found Pratum a pure Cereal beverage free from the harmful drug caffeine in Tea and Coffee. We liked the Rich satisfying flavor of Postum and also the better health which resulted. And too we were surprised to fire d How Many of our neighbors had made the same discovery had Learned the value of health Postum Cornea in two format instant Ponturo Intino my do in numbly in the cup by the addition of boiling we to. Pretum Cereal in packages of larger bulk for those who prefer to make the drink while the meal is being prepare we m�4o by boiling for 20 minutes. Bold by All grocers. Postum for health there s a reason 23875350 88

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