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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 18, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official paper Alla Makee county Postville Herald official paper town of Postville thirty fifth year a live newspaper in a live town i feast for a tall fans Lamar ii iffy will be Here on Friday r and Elkader on thanksgiving come out and boost Al whole Host of football fans from i Stville were in the ringside seats mag Igor last thursday when our it Ami famous High school team it Ideal the pocket City boys and a heated them 20 to 0. To Date the Tae team has won every game play Ujj six in All and they Are still Phy filly. Fit and Ravin to go. Friday of Ujj week the boys will play the Cal Jarles on the Home ground and exist to go up against the strongest i petition they have yet met. As an film added attraction at this game to Postville High school band will Mucie to tear off n few Miles of Mody and the cheer leaders of their Jig will be on hand with a Complete Fine program planned for Farmers Institute the opening Date for the big four banners Institute is the evening of december 7th. The High school band assisted by Fine vocal and instrumental solos will form a fitting musical prelude to she evening s program. The speaker for this evening is or. Shilling of St. Paul. The remark was made recently by one who had heard him speak that anyone coming Twenty five Miles could not help going Home satisfied with the evening s talk. Immediately after the speech As a showing of a bit of Good Fellowship the Farmers will give Over an hour to the entertainment of the business men. This will take place in the basement of Turner opera House. At the same hour the ladies from the country will keep open House on the main floor with tight refreshments a Brief program and a social hour for the ladies. Boys and girls judging wednesday Forenoon will be Given the fall flurry i of of yells gyrations and gym ovum to. The. Boys am girls judging Pes. No football fan should fail i co Al eting Tor the big Silver cup. A be there and every Loyal supporter Lac school and its activities should Eon hand to encourage the Home i and help them win another big tory. Postville s goal line has t Jim a crossed this year turn out and Fulp to keep the title Clear. Come it folks let s All go a flare s hoping everybody has a big see dinner on thanksgiving Day. Ltd after that Don t forget to come to Tkv Crown Field at 2 45 p. M. I see the feast of fun that will be in prided for a aur pleasure. The Feville High school team and the Bader High school team will meet if Battle array in the final football Pine of the. Season. We can assure Jou this will be a real fast game Ami witty the generous support of the Jim. Postville has a team to be if twi of they Haven t been scored w yet. So come out thanksgiving Day iad help them climb Elk Der s Kopje. Community s. S. In thanksgiving program come Lifcha Community presbyter is sunday school next sunday and a Sarthe thanksgiving program which insists of the general exercise sing i the lord of the Harvest and a Boll of. everybody Welcome. The Postville elevator shipped re ten try a 500 bag car of Timothy seed ,.manitoba. The car was muted via Duluth and Winnipeg and Fence to Brandon and freight charges a the Carload were Over $600. They Ilso shipped two carloads of japanese a lift to Buffalo n. Y a or. And mrs. Louts Schutte were m in Ludlow last thursday to at id the wedding of George Henry Iii pc and miss Martha Cornelia Feit is of that locality s highly respect people the wedding was t huge affair upwards of two Hundred guests being present. The wed pkg feast was served in a Large heat i tent. John Thorsen of Calmer was a Post Jill business visitor last Friday. I Dan Mcneil jr., sold to Kneeskern t Tehel of Castalia last Friday forty seven head of Fine steers that nought him a Check for $4140.50. Mrs. Arbe Behrons entertained last itar Day at o clock dinner folded by a delightful season at Bridge the Turner dance saturday night fas a splendid Success and the music in sense. A drizzling rain started in last sat Iway evening and continued during sunday and a part of monday and is Aid not to have helped the roads a bit. In the afternoon there will be and Dairy talks and Grain judging. Speaking and music at night prof. A. K. Bliss of Iowa state College will be the evening s speak ing attraction. The prelude to this part of the program will be furnished by the department of music of the High school. Miss Bortner has promised something very Fine a part of which will be our High school or a t . Old time fiddlers contest a feature stunt and Windup of the evening s program will be an old time fiddlers contest made up of the old who used to serve up the inspiration for the old time dances. County Booth judging. On thursday will come the final judging of the county Booths. These prom us to be of unusual Beauty and interest this year. There Are those who have been working on and planning for this important part of the show since Early in the year. There have been weekly and nightly meetings of almost whole neighbourhoods that these Booths May be a Success. Last year the judge paid the Fine compliment that the county Booths were the equal of any that he had seen at any of the county fairs. St. Paul s brotherhood. Isolde Fine meeting a the brotherhood of the lutheran Church held their regular monthly Weting in the dining room of the a shh Hall on tuesday evening at Plait o clock. Despite the somewhat Dement weather and bad highways wont fifty people were present. The meeting was opened with a Imp service an prayer which was followed by a violin Solo by miss Mia Krogman a travelogue by Rev Finck in which he pictured his trip 1 t he East the sesquicentennial and to Richmond va., and described Agri we nral methods in Pasquo Tauk per Wim maus and Curie Stuek county North Carolina. The concluding in tier on the program was a vocal met by messes. Powell and Finck. Members of the brotherhood then re wed to the smoker where a Brief business meeting was held. John Weihe read the minutes of a previous meeting and treasurer Kilbur Nordin gave a report of t he financial status of the organization. Committees were appointed for the wember seventh meeting and efforts Are being made to make this a to event. After adjournment of the business meeting the serving committee gave i one generous bowl of a sir Stew cup of Coffee sandwiches a no the work of re Graveling on no. 13 Botteon Postville and Clermont had Al been arranged for. Another Matte / in which the club was co operating with Winneshiek county residents was in circulating a petition to be presented to both the Alla Makee mid Winneshiek boards of supervisors asking that the Postville Frankville Road from its intersection with no. 51, North of Postville to its inters Tion with no. 9, Between Waukon and , he changed from a township Road to a county Road. A petition to that end was presented and signed by All present and has since been circulated about the town and country with the result that a largely signed petition will be presented the Board of supervisors. Gustav Dietsch of the membership committee reported  the work Well i under and a number of new Mem widow Corcoran has moved in the Gray residence near redhead s. Of list at the Home or. And min e. Durno this evening win Witt is in Des gloves As Delegate for the local Yeoman Lodge to the state . Mrs Junti i a. Chas. Skelton enter tarred friends at a Tea party on Friday and saturday evenings. The Milwaukee railway paid its stockholders $15,750,000 in dividends the past years. And this Vear de note c. W. Williams who made Independence a great horse racing Center passed away at Galesburg Illinois last week. A healthy baby boy made his a the Home of or. And mrs. Fishes. M. Kerr on Henderson Prairie last Friday. The Postville football team met de feat at Fayette last saturday the score being 11 to 0. Fayette plays a return game Here thanksgiving Day the Moji defy club members and their Liusa turds were entertained at this big annual affair. This in a Bers being added Brief should give some idea of h. E. Roberts of the Rural co opera the week s protium. A great poultry show. In connection with the Institute is held the big four poultry show. This exhibit is displayed in a Hill by itself adjacent to the Farmers Institute. Here you will find hundreds of Fine Birds of the Best known Breeds shown in display coops provided by the association. No better Birds can be found anywhere and valuable Cash prizes Are Given in each class. As usual a Beautiful engraved Silver Loving cup will to presented the Champion Bird of the entire if Vou have not already list and entry a. C. Webster Secre tary and one will to sent you return mail. Remember no Aries and see them in All ered finery received a Premium Blank write by fee is Hamo Niue admission comr Gerdto the big four Farmers Institute and poultry show its All free everybody is cordially invited to a attend see Tho big exhibits hear he helpful talks and have a Good time at Postville december to 10. _ thief of Bagdad Here next week the thief Otia dad at the Post Ville theatre next monday and tues Douglas Fairbanks makes the Day statement that he Tian committee reported they were helping in every possible with the Farmers Institute and poultry show to be held Here december 7 to 10. L. O. Boucher of the entertainment committee stated they had arranged with the Community ladies Aid to serve the club s banquet to the Farmers during the Institute and show which is Assurance it will be an excellent one. Or. A. A. Schmidt of the conventions committee reported the probability of a butter scoring contest be a held Here during Institute week. A. C. Webster then reported on t Progress of arrangements for the poultry show and assured All it would be a splendid Success with Many More exhibits of Fine Birds than Ever before. On behalf of the Farmers Institute Euclid Marston stated that the interest now being taken indicated it would be above Par. The speakers have All been secured and their talks will be of More than Ordinary interest while the displays and exhibits will be ahead of those of former years. After the address of t he first night t he Farmer folks will put on a social mix with refreshments of some sort on tap and it is their wish that the peo Jfe Hall Roberts Home monday it being the sixt h anniversary of the club. Tho strike of 300 to 400 workers in the great Western shops at Oelwein has been amicably settled the unsatisfactory Foreman having been Dis charged. John Mckinley jr., for the past past three years superintendent of schools at Ashton has been elected county superintendent of schools for Osceola county. This morning Rev. Bockelmann United in surf Ridge Theo. Klc Mac and Dora Brockmeyer. Toftey will reside in tour Plagman House recently purchased by the Groom. Markets eggs is butter 14 to 22c, hogs $5.50, cattle $2.25 to $0.35, sheep $2.90 to $4.25, Hay $11.00 to $14.50, i Moth seed $5.80, Clover seed $0.00, flour $3.25 to $4.10 per " Corn 56c, Oats 38c, wheat g8i Barley 38c. Golden wedding anniversary the occasion was made a memorable and Happy one for them by. The Home coming of their children grandchildren and one great grandchild. All came provided with generously filled baskets of Good things to eat and at noon a wedding dinner of banquet proportions was spread and heartily enjoyed by All. The afternoon was Given aver to a pleasant social season that was enjoyed by none More than those in whose Honor the gathering had been arranged. Or. And mrs. Ehde were married in Germany fifty years ago on that Date. Since coming to America Early in their wedded life they have by hard work and Thrift acquired a competence and Are thus enabled in Comfort to spend their declining years. The Groom is now aged 76 years and the Bride 75, both Are still in quite god health and Able to enjoy the companionship of their friends. For the past 14 years they have been Post Ville residents. As reminders of the auspicious occasion or. And mrs. Ehde were presented with a Beautiful set of Gold band Dis Hes. Those present were or. And mrs. Pc. H. Meyer and family or. And mrs. Walter Meyer or. And mrs. Carl la Eulce and family or. And m is. Chas. Stock and family of Ludlow or. And mrs. John Ehde and family of Dorchester or. And mrs. Carl Ehde and family or. And mrs. Richard Ehde and family of Decorah or. And mrs. Alvin Gruel and family of la an a or. And mrs. Henry Miene and family and Eldo Sander. With Tho Many friends of or. And mrs. Ehde the Herald joins in extending to them Heartiest congratulations and Well wishes and Hopes both May be spared to celebrate numerous recurrences of their wedding Day. Services sunday. November 21st. 9 30 a. M. Graded sunday school and Bible school. Come and bring the children but if you can not come Send them. Jesus wants them. 11 00 a. M. Services with Sermon and special music in the English Lan Guage. We invite you to worship j with us. I 7 45 p. M. Vesper service in the English language. Of come let us Bow Down and worship let us Kneel before the lord god our monday november 22nd, at 8 p. M. All members of the y. P. S. And such who wish to become members of the same Are most cordially invited to attend the old time party to be Given in the Parish Hall. Thursday november 25th, is thanksgiving Day. This year it has a broader significance than most of its predecessors enjoyed. Our land has been so abundantly blessed by the generous love of our heavenly father that we cannot count All our bless Ings. It is our duty As a Christian people to acknowledge them not Only in our churches and Homes but to make the Day memorable by grateful in Myers arising like incense from the hearts of our people who realize More than Ever before the surpassing goodness of god to us. Truly alien we look at our uncounted blessings we can Best express our gratitude in the fervent adoring prayer of supreme thankfulness to him who hath not dealt so with any wealth unbounded health and Blessing in our innumerable Homes peace with All the nations Prosperity on every Side these Are among the material blessings that Call for1 gratitude. But there Are still others that he is bestowing upon us. In these past months the nation has been engaged in a new struggle for the setting up of spiritual ideals too Long neglected. We Are learning to put god first in All things and then to go on confident of the outcome. We have prayed that he May Send a spiritual arousal and the great heart of America has re echoed the prayer from the president Down to the hum West worker. We have prayed for a Check upon lawlessness and crime and thoughtful citizens courts judges and men of influence have joined with us both in supplication and action against the forces of evil. For this addition to the forces of righteousness and Justice we ought to express our thankfulness to god at All times but especially on thanksgiving Day. We invite you to our service which will to held from 9 30 a. M. To 10 30 a. M. This will leave ample time to get Home for that big dinner. News of the neighbourhood tersely told tales of folks and things selected by scissors from our Exchange table. We. Stockman injured when buckle hits Eye bbl. Rve 55c. Postville s goal line not yet crossed ill Stockman Postville s ice Man suffered a sore injury to one of his eyes late tuesday afternoon when a hitching strap broke and the buckle hit him in the Eye. Bill had just a hitched the team from the Wagon in the Alley near his barn and threw the rum straps Over the Hames expecting the animals to go into the barn themselves As usual. But the weather was a bit Snappy and the team had not been working much of late so one of the horses Felt its Oats a bit and and started running Back and Forth in the Alley. As the animal came past Bill on one of its jaunts he grabbed bold of the strap to Stop it. The Dorse got on one Side of a Telephone pole and Bill on the other and the Strain on the strap busted it and on t he recoil the end of it with buckle attached hit him a blow in the Eye making a severe wound in the eyeball. Bill was at once taken to or. Kel Leher s office for first Aid and on wednesday he went to Dubuque to consult a specialist. It is a sore injury but ail Hope Bill will come out of it with two Good eyes. Or. And mrs Theo. Klemme surprised on wedding Day the fourth District meeting of the american legion will be held at West Union december 6th. A woman at Northwood recently exhibited three w 6lf Rivier apples that averaged a Pound arid a half each. During a championship Horseshoe pitching contest in Bethel township Fayette county 418 ringers were thrown during the eight games Between the two teams. As Long As he was t selected county auditor Merlin w. Muth has decided to go into business for himself having purchased an interest in a restaurant at Lansing. Experiments at Cherokee with pit storage of silage Are proving so satisfactory that it is probably this system because of cheapness and Security from loss by wind will supplant silos constructed by lumber and tile. It is dangerous to even referee a basketball game in Hawkeye. Harriett a Addy who was officiating in that capacity at a game there last week was rushed into by the students and knocked against the Wall sustaining a sprained wrist and fractured thumb. Eight dollars was taken from the girls locker at the Hawkeye High school gym during a recent basketball game. When the superintendent threatened to discontinue games for the remainder of the year As a result of the pilfering the stolen Money was returned by mail. The largest individual payment for gophers was made to. E. A. Wallace trapper who collected $205.20 from Ottaw Ottamie county for 2,052 of the destructive animals. The entire catch was made Between oct. 3 and nov. 3, Wallace bringing his claws to auditor Starks office in Coffee cans and sugar sacks. While on his to Schley last sunday will Decker experienced an Accident when in front of the Harold Nichols Home. A pig came out of the ditch at the Side of the Highway and ran Between the wheels of or. Decker s Ford the Back wheel running Over it which caused the car to turn Over times. Keith Vawter Pioneer Chautauqua Man and the originator of the tent Chautauqua of Cedar rapids has announced that he has disposed of his interests to w. S. Rupe of Des Moines. He Wim retain management of the Redpath lyceum. He has been in the Chautauqua business almost 25 years and the purchaser has also been connected with Chautauqua Many years. Pretty wedding solemnized yesterday iss Celia l Velle suddenly summoned the people of Postville were tuesday afternoon at about four tack when the sorry news was give Fout that miss Celia Lavelle had rot passed away a. Miss Lavelle had come Here about weeks Iago from Carrington n. A to visit relatives and friends. She. Feh sols Kate Anc enterta.,. The fare Jfe the Wear somewhat for a drama that by 0, Ingwood meet. Unis. On . Afternoon him re the thief Obj inf a a jus tap Ana a in . Pie of the town remain for this feature of the program. Supt Noble of the Postville schools a i Uit considers the in a few Well chosen remarks stated thief of Bagdad is the greatest Pic the schools would be pleased to help Ture he Ever made. And selected by in the programs in any desired Heads of the biggest film companies in r. M. Burtis of the Postville mfg. United states As one of the ten great co., also made a few remarks Assur Ost pictures fall times what is there no the commercial club of his Corn left to be written about this splendid,1 Pany s readiness at any time to co and entertaining big photo operate in anyway possible in pro a wet to the welfare of Postville and a suddenly a heart at and passed a Wall Mittl ass Bibanc obituary next week does not compare with the 1 Moi a Hwa Power co. Int a. A very pretty Church wedding took place wednesday evening november 17th, at six o clock when miss Malinda schierholz eldest daughter of or. And mrs. Elaer schierholz of near Postville became the Bride of or. Clarence Reinhardt son of or. And mrs. Frank Reinhardt also of near Postville. The wedding Bells Nang and a musical program of nuptial marches was rendered by mrs. H. Gordon. Then the Bride adorned in a Green Satin faced crepe gown and carrying a bouquet of roses and carnations was escorted up the Center aisle of the Church by her father while the Groom accompanied by the pastor approached her from the Side aisle and the minister received her at the hands of her father and placed the Bride s hand in the hand of the Groom and the two approached the altar where the vows were exchanged and the Groom placed bae wedding ring As Token of wedded love and troth on Tho Bride s Finger. The Rev. E. T. Finck then pronounced them Man and wife and the couple keeled to received the Blessing of the Church. According to the strains of nuptial music the newly wedded left the Church and were showered with. Congratulations and Rice. At the parental Hame of the Bride Only the nearest relatives of the contracting parties had assembled. A Bountiful three course dinner was served and a few hours of merriment followed before the wedding Gueste departed to their Homes. A and mrs. Clarence Reinhardt after a Brief will reside with the Groom s parents. Try our want and column. Plunging through the enemy Lino at will Postville i Defeated the Mcgregor i football team armistice Day by the score of 20 to 0. The Mcgregor team was clearly outclassed and at no. Time threatened the Postville goal line. Soon after play started Postville received the Ball and began a steady Advance which resulted in a touchdown. Many times Captain Harris broke through the Mcgregor line for Long gains. Red Kluss demonstrated his ability As a football player by returning punts and using Good judgement in his Choice of plays. Beekman and Swan son were also responsible for Many gains. The Postville line on the defensive proved too Strong for the opponents. Hangartner Groth Green and Schroe Der often spilled the opponents plays before they could get under . On the offensive great holes in the enemy line through which the speedy Postville backs darted for Many Yards gain. Postville s Forward passing game also worked nicely and at one time Harris passed to Lennon who raced Over the Mcgregor goal line for a touchdown. The team will Plav Calmar on the local Field Friday at 3 15. They need your support. Come out and boost and while you Are boosting remember that you have the Only undefeated team in this Section of the state and that to Date they have not been scored on. Are you ready let s go ii i spite of mud and rain a Large num Ber of neighbors and friends dropped in on or. And mrs. Theo. Klemme last sunday evening to help this a worthy couple celebrate their Silver wedding anniversary. The baskets brought by the perpetrators of the event were Well filled with Good things to eat which was disposed of in due season i and All report having had a Good time 1 and before leaving expressed their desire that or. And mrs. Klemme Milit be with us to observe their Golden wedding Only Twenty five years hence. Notice to advertisers and correspondents owing to thanksgiving Tjay thursday november 25th, the Herald will be published on wednesday november 24th, in order that the office Force May be thankful along with the rest of the folks. Therefore we request our advertisers and correspondents to please hand in their favors one Day earlier than usual next week. We thank you. Grand Meadow Community club the sad news was received by f. L. Williams of grand Meadow of the death of his son Joseph at Ames heart trouble being the cause. He had kept up his studies until a week ago when the members of his boarding club among them being Gilbert Sanders and Josie Nicolay of Postville and Harry Orr of Waukon insisted on his going to the Hospital. Joseph was 21 years of age and was completing a four years course at ames.-20 years ago Waukon Democrat. Finding there was no demand for the Hubbard Squash which he had raised upon his truck farm this year s. Shamata a japanese truck Farmer near Cedar Falls by the hand process removed the seeds of Over 3,000 Squash and now has Over 1,000 bushels of Squash seed for Sale. Shamata has the reputation of being a very Thrifty and ingenious Farmer. If his products Are not marketable ii one form he immediately conceives the idea of trying the Sale another and in that manages to convert his products into Cash. The Milwaukee trains change time again a new time card went into effect on the Milwaukee railway last sunday and As a result a change in time was made on All six passenger trains Here. In order to keep the Public informed we herewith present new leaving time of the trains Postville. East bound trains no. 4_____._____.12 14 p. No. 38-. 4 09 p. No. 22,._.12 13 a West hound trains no. 3____.- 9 32 a. M no. 38________.2 84 p. In no. 11._________.1 64 a. M. The at the grand Meadow Community club will hold their regular meeting in 1 Maenner Chor Hall Friday evening november 26th. A one act drama a convention of Papas will be a part of the program after which there will be dancing. Everybody Welcome. Please bring your own sandwiches and either cake or fruit salad. Community Church notes r. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 30 a. M. Sabbath school at 11 30 a. M. The Sermon subject will be it is a Good thing to give a machine to measure the volume of applause was operated recently in a new York theatre. With a photo electric Ceil and electrical Eye a Small Glass instrument is Able to measure and weigh the stars. Three Iowa counties Benton Clay and Palo Alto have been declared modified accredited counties for a period of three years according to word just received by the National livestock Exchange from or. J. R. Mahler head of the Bureau of animal Industry Washington d. C. This now gives Iowa Twenty four counties in the accredited list. Approximately one fourth of the total territory of the state has now been declared modified accredited a Farmers in these accredited counties Are eligible to receive the Premium of 10 cents a Hundred paid by the packers on hogs from those counties. Tho Sale at Sidney Iowa by a Sidney Bank of what is know the the old Seym Howard farm to an Omaha Man for $170 an acre reads like the last chapter in a tragedy. At one time Seym Howard was considered Ope of the wealthiest men in the county and one of the most influential. A son got into trouble with Canadian officials Over bootlegging and much of his father s wealth went in his defense. Again the son was captured after a filling station in Hamburg had been robbed and he was sent to the Iowa Penitentiary. This caused his father More grief and took More of his Money. Some time ago Seym Howard a nervous wreck asked to be admitted to the state Hospital at Clar Inda and is now there. Ernest Martin Germann 15 year old son of or. And mrs. Anton Germann living one and one half Miles North of Bonair was killed by the accidental discharge of a shot gun in his own hands sunday near his Home. In company with his 17 year old brother and two Webber boys who Ware younger be was walking across a neighbor s Field and according to the testimony of the boys was carrying the gun barrel up in the manner one would carry a walking stick. None of the boys were looking just at the instant the gun was discharged but when they heard the report Ernest was seen to take three or four Steps Forward and fall. The shot entered his body above the heart Cut iting off the urge artery and death was times

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