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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 14, 1926, Postville, Iowa Paper official a Allama Keb Cousim Postville Herald official paper town of Postville a live newspaper in a live town Jurty fourth tear Joe time at Aukon held in Post vice. Postville Iowa thursday october 14, 1926 number 49 Fords on a rampage in Postville sunday the summery Sunshine Balmy by news hereabouts last sunday so exile rated several Fords thai Thev went on a frolic and got More or less mussed up m the melees that follow fall decorators Are on the Job the first performance was staged about the Middle of the Forenoon in Keh Ekich convention Stanor a fihi"1010" tit the Tell inf , Utt ther was Al nest Tion. Across. Am Mim a Green Street when Leet s truck hit is Srnis had prepared most tn0 f,.ont end of his car a hard swat tin care of choir visitors hat Bent the Radiator Sid Wise on for Tou a a Meland s car at an Angle of about forty five degrees and otherwise Iii St sed up son a of its trimmings. Lett s truck was but Little injured and no one in either car was Hurt. Mrs. Grace e. Morgan enters eternal rest i Thev did 80 in their usual i m is attn d by the numer compliments we have heard lha Postville contingent.-1 o clock an elaborate dinner fwd to the delegates and via fed to the to i that shox.1,1 have been fun enough size but it was t. It Naii u. Along about sup Tion providing the Wettst at t. Per hour Bert Patterson one of the Oft Lic Waukon Lodge and All engineers on the reconstruction of look thereof will assure you highways no. H and 20 Between Here tones it was some Ami Monona who has been making a a 14. Postville his Home this season drove even info session was devoted to up to the Standard station to rep Len of the Beautiful Jsn the Gas tank of his Ford Coupe a the Rebekah degree which after getting his Gas Bert swung prettily and impressively around and Back onto the Green Street intersection and turned West. A Ford roadster wearing a "39" Collar came whizzing up Green Street at this time a also westbound and endeavoured to pass Bert s car but As it was dive in ahead along came a car t year s convention will be held from the West and it was up to the Tville at which time our local1 at the close of the ses Iyub Stantini luncheon was serv Jiff Lodge Hall after which All Eil for their Homes and another flite nine meeting Camo to a most close 39er to either have a Charon collision with the Man from the West or bump into Bert s ear and he chose the latter mussing up his Radiator lamps and fenders considerably in so doing. Again old Man Luck was along and nobody Hurt. New Highway markers being installed Mil do its utmost to make nil fraternity who May wander by glad they from Postville in attendance a Waukon convention were or. S. A. .1. Phillips mrs. Chas. A mrs. Lou Thoma mrs. Har mrs. C. V. Reincke mrs. A. Aster mis. Anna Staadt or. . J. Klingbeil mrs. We. Hattie Weihe Luella Krog Frank. Us Cianek or and mrs. W. Schroeder mrs. Henry the sr., mrs. John. Lvuv Elsa Libbie Schultz or. And mrs. N shut to mrs. J. F. Sawvelle placing them on the a Harrington mrs. Ott o san-1 lamp posts telephones. H. A. Lange mrs. Peter or. And mrs. Rov Wagner. C. C. Sander and mrs. Geo. In Grace e. Mcmaster youngest daughter of Moses y. And Martha j. Mcmaster was born in Postville March 12, 1877, and died at her Home j tersely in Marshalltown Iowa october 6, 1920. A a the subject of this Brief narrative grew from childhood to womanhood in Postville where she was known to us All As a worthy daughter of most honorable parents. Her education wa3 received in the Postville schools from which she graduated with High Scholastic honors 1890. January 22, 1902, she was United in marriage with m. B. Morgan of Marshalltown which City then became her Home and where she has resided continuously since until the final summons came. Her aged Mother now news of the neighbourhood told tales of folks and things selected by scissors from our Exchange table. Elgin is to have a bakery. The Mcgregor times started its 71st year last week. October 22 to 24 will be Home com with the class if ing dates at the u. I. U. West Union will hold a poultry and Grain show thanksgiving week the Clermont school will serve hot lunches to country pupils from no vember until april. The Alla Makee hotel in Waukon has 87 years of age also made her Home a new iamii0rd in the person of e. A with them and during that time All that Kambe of Milwaukee tender and thoughtful care could con tribute to her Comfort has been hers i abundantly. . I she is survived by her husband aged Mother and Many friends. Grace was a charming girl and an admirable woman whose and even temperament won for her Many warm and lasting friendships among the wide Circle of her acquaintance. She was a faithful wife and Dutiful daughter whose passing will be mourned by All who knew her and their sympathy will go out in full measure to those bound to her by a closer tie. Friday evening and was taken to the Home of or. And mrs. A d. Webb in this City where on saturday afternoon at two o clock the funeral services were held Rev. R. F. Galloway of the Community presbyterian Church of a very enjoyable. Birthday gathering a Crew of state men were Here yesterday installing new Highway markers on Highway no. 51, 18 and 515, ornamental poles Etc., through the incorporation and hereafter it should be easy for anyone to get in and out of Postville on the right Road on saturday last mrs. H. J. Schuette and mrs. Harriet Bayless gave a very delightful one o clock luncheon at the Home of the former in Honor of the eighty third birthday anniversary of the latter and no More enjoyable occasion of its kind was Ever held in Postville or anywhere else for that matter. It was an afternoon of Happy reminiscence for five of the ladies present in particular while the other seven enjoyed fully As much hearing their elders re what the Postville folks were doing 25 years ago d copy of Sale Hill 75 years old Highway no. 51, which starts at the bite anecdotes of the Long Long ago. Luhman & Sanders Corner and leads the combined Ages of the. Five Par . Forward when he had Bills printed for his shorthorn brought along a copy of a Sale. Teh was published in the a news in february is Psi than 75 years ago says the ets town 111., Echo. Following Bill As it originally appeared fing sold my farm and leaving Oregon territory by of team. A of for on March 1st, 1s40, till of in a Souil property to wit a teams except 2 teams. Buck i and Tom and Jerry 2 Milch i Grey Mare and Colt 1 pair of nil Yoke 1 baby Yoke. 2 of 1 Iron plow with Wood mole " 800 feet of Poplar weather 1.000 three foot chipboard to foot Fence rails 1 of Gillun i Kettle 85 sugar troughs made Lite Ash Timber 10 Gallons of syrup 2 spinning wheels to s of Mutton tallow 20 pounds i tallow 1 Large loom made by Wilson 300 poles 100 split 100 empty barrels one h2-i barrel of Johnson Miller Whis a Iye Ais old 20 Gallons of Apple 1 40-gallon Copper still in a northerly direction to Waukon is a . Markers for this Are a White disk about a foot in diameter the word Iowa Ling placed at the top and in the Center is displayed in Large figures the number "51." the Black markings on n White background stand out so distinctly that he who runs May read. The highways formerly known As nos. 1si and 20 Are now Federal Highway s and the new markers designate them As nos. 18 and f l. No. 18 is Oad Down West Union Way while no. 53 is the Road leading up through Ossian and cathar. Only Junction signs Are now being placed on these highways As the regular markers have As vet not been received. It would seem that either Iowa or Minnesota is in error in the marking of no. 53. Iowa markets have it no. 53, while up in Minnesota the continuation of this Highway is now marked As no. 55. Federal highways Are also marked with Black numerals on a White background but the markers Are shield shaped his readily distinguishing a Federal from a state Highway. Interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt. Of october 11. 1901. Agricultural notes Postville High school Ficia Ting and the Large concourse of Arm last tuesday during a game with sympathizing friends present and the Elgin. Many Beautiful Floral offerings All the steering gear of her car testified to the Zigoi place the decease locked Ana the Auto climbed a steeped held in a Community where her Bank and broke off two Fence posts of Oak tanned leather l dozen double jointed l rants titular ladies totalled four Hundred and seven years. All Are yet mentally Alert and enjoying Good health and it is indeed a rare pleasure and privilege to have the acquaintance of the of grand old mothers who Are growing old so gracefully and so grandly and that lie who doth All things Well May continue to bless them in the future As he Litis so Long in the past is the hear wish of us All. First is mrs. James Orr 93 mrs. Har riot s 83 mrs. James me Ewen. 81 mrs. Henry Webb 81 and mrs. H. H. Hagensick 70. In pass ing we May relate that mrs. Webb and mrs. I Hagensick Are Sisters of mis. Bayles. Also that mrs. B in less. Also that mrs. Bayless mrs. Webb and mrs. Mcewen were pupils of mrs. On Back in 185 i-57 in the old j log school House located on part of the Orr farm a Little nor East of Postville. The other ladies present were mrs. John Dresser mrs. Geo. Waters. Mrs. Henry is Luietta sr., mrs. K. N. Douglass mrs. W. K. Porno mrs. Frank Ervin and mrs. Bert e. Tulle. On leaving the guests wished aunt Harriet Many Happy returns of the Day and left behind several tokens to remember the occasion by. Is having a hog House erected on is to have a fur Steeple erected Ernest Brandt Litis returned from his trip to Willow Springs to. Or and mrs. Halvor Lien Are the proud parents of boy no. 2 since sunday. August slut Ltd Bain and machine his farm. The Bethel Church Nace installed and in the near future. The Kazoo band will play at the Waukon a of Stville football game to be staged Here saturday. Or. And mrs. Arthur Burdick were at Cedar rapids sunday visiting or. And mrs. Burdick or. Theodore Klemme has purchased the Geo. Flagman House and will take Possession of it next Mouth. Or. And mrs. W. C. Mcneil have decided to leave Monona and make Postville their future Home. Their daughter Grace will spent the Winter in California. Books 2 handle Hooks 8 scythes radios 1 dozen wooden pitch one half interest in Tan Yard r Diber Rifle Bullet holds and or Horn Rifle made by Bon 50 Gallons of soft soap hams nand lard 10 Gallons of sorghum a a a six head of foxhounds All mouthed except one. A a the same time 1 will sell my 0 i slaves-2 men 85 and 50 years j2 boys 12 and 18 Vars old 2 4tto wenches 40 and s5 Vars will sell a together to same Pound or As will not separate them. In his shoe "ps1 of Sale Cash in hand or note i hem Are the Large �w4 per cent interest with Bob and look As if they Mel As Security. " Al " in borne is 2 Miles South of serves Kentucky on Mcconn s ferry Sale will begin at 8 o clock us to to drink and eat j. A grown in i rib previous to this time the Agricula. Ture class have been working on Corn Corn insects and diseases and now to Are taking up soil testing. It would be appreciated if some of the Farmers of this Vicinity who Are thinking of planting j Sweet Clover or Alfalfa will bring in a Sample of their soil and let us test it for them. The finance committee has brought up several ways of raising funds to buy the necessary equipment to use in agriculture class it was decided upon by the class to give a picture at the Postville theatre which will prob ably he Given in the future. Several changes have been made in the agriculture room one of which is the v. A. Vocational agriculture which May be seen in the front of the room it was Nade of sheaves of Grain Clover Etc. And the pictures have been grouped in the rear of the room. The returns of the Junior judging contest were As follows George Swenson-8th place with a total of d73 Points. Roger Harris-14th place Zyvith total of 459 Points. Kenneth Schult-/.-33rd place with a total of 402 Points. The Postville school won 5th place in the contest. Life Yves an open Book. Interment was made in the family plot in Post he cemetery. Those from out of town a attend Nee at the funeral were Mearl Pierce of Council Bluffs mrs. Wallace Mcarthur of storm Lake and . S. Swanson of Marshalltown in this connection or. Morgan and mrs. Mcmaster wish to extend their Heartfelt thanks to the friends in Postville for their Many kindly acts comforting words and Beautiful Flor-"1 offerings All so generously Given their hour of deepest sorrow the loss of their loved wife and daughter real City rows stuff a and the notre Dame at Minnesota game Friday evening last Otto and Fije Ucher John l. Gregg and win. Singbeil pulled the throttle of Trasoline Wagon open and Hoad Flot Minneapolis to witness the Wiota notre Dame football game w urday and where the latter also after the Purchase of some new a theist for the Herald office. As when it comes to being a Gardener we. Kozelka of i i is there with the ils i. 11c All manner of Ordinary Garden in abundance and of Tine usually i hand in few Knizek Isacks. This is planted a few peanuts Ami Good results. He harvested his crop of them the past week and has a two of them now drying out repair shop. Most of double Iwin Ted kind would taste mighty Good a Little later when they Are thoroughly dried and roasted. Thus it is proven we Don t have to depend on California any longer for our peanuts. Old Iowa soil will produce most anything that can be i anywhere if Given the Chance am Forni a would he pretty much depopulated if we took from it those who Are enabled to enjoy its climate by reason of the wealth they have no Nti Irod tilling the land in the greatest 1 a 1. Sees final Bali. Game via the i Layo Grai in or. And mrs. A. L. Peterson Eileen Duane and Keland and mrs. Julia my coi Inell drove to Cedar rapids Sun a i Day to visit Mack Dick and Don Peon he Terson who Are there attending c of obtained j College in the afternoon a. L. Took in the series Ball game via the Playo Grapoli at the Republican office. The Playo Grapoli is the latest mechanical device for bringing the Distant Ball games to the fans at Home giving them ringside seats. A Diamond in miniature is placed on the Side of a building there Are White squares rep eventing the position of the players metallic Ball and a Bat at Home these Are moved about by an grown .1 Cal r a plate. Electro Magnet and one could sets e what was going on at use a sex Aivas agricultural stale m the Union. And a week ago saturday night or. A -.--.1vu s. Louis Koch Emhof t Lle 0f is Are All aware the game was a theil. Car parked at Ufa a get a " Victory for notre Dame. The restaurant desiring at the game they met Walter and or Jerdee of Elgin and St it sunday morning on their Block North on Aledo actin Emu ,., Lee stadium in new York City ail know the St. Louis cardinals won the game and the world Pennant. Each St. Louis player gets $6,000 and each yank something Over $4,000 out. Of the pot for these seven world ser ies games. s mayor married thirty five years ago last wednesday marked the 35th wedding anniversary of mayor and mrs. W. J. Hanks and the event was Ved by the cozy club Mem the proper time All things w. Hughes will move Back to Elgin a rear Tiro while Jac it the other rear tire Ami a Jack in the Center to raise both rear wheels Down went u front tire. A in the Center of each tire next no the business and beyond a 1 of via Jav blk to her dirt . Honable doubt they had been Pur is to a. I a by panted there by someone. It % i vol. J " v friends i was i rascally stunt and is deserving a Vious ots my than Era two years residence in Post a mrs p. W. Hughes will on tues heavy tack in had Don had. There by some okie. U language. Duly Obsen Bers who came at ? o clock Din needed to a sent glorious so or Asio nand on leaving the guests wished their m with Cial. Occasion a Edgon ilk to. Returns of the Slig Ember the occasion by a of Fth blight Token to and that health i a one , ass maj e head Shirnal tl10 of Waukon was i happiness May be hers abundantly w the heart Withy of All who Una j a i is estimable lady. Re Todd a Wlton a smut whole town s talking at the depot. The Shakespeare club the Shakespeare club will meet with miss Bryan october the observing the following program Leader miss Bernene Roll poem modern american poets miss Hill Reading selected mrs. Luhman report of convention music hostess lutheran sunday school next Sun Day at 9 30 As usual. The whole town s talking Postville Trio leaves on Long Auto trip Community Church notes r. Franklin Calloway pastor morning worship at 10 30 a. Sabbath school at 11 30 a. The Sermon subject will be shall we turn Back or go on or. Lucius i. Smith m. D., of Spanish Tiu Inea West Africa will Peak in the school auditorium Moil a evening october 18th, at 7 45 clock. Some of his stories of his Ork As a Lone White doctor among the i Black people of this Remote part of world Are Little Short of Mireau Ous. Or. Smith will have with him weird assortment of african curios illustrating the life of the people Mong whom he has lived. He will is have Many Beautiful hand coloured intern slides to show his strange experiences. One of the curios he carries is a -1-Pound brass ring he took rom the neck of an african woman which she had worn for years As an ornament cutting deep into her neck. Or. Smith is a fascinating speaker and his thrilling stories will give an evening of unusual entertainment and information. The Public is invited. Rev. E. T. Finck of St. Paul s Luth Evan Church has been granted a three weeks leave of absence by his congregation and will spend it in trying out or breaking in ibis new St de Baker Brougham and will make a thu to the effete East and the. Sunny South however not make the. Jour Ney alone but. Will be accompanied by l. Ii. Schroeder and Louis Meyer of this City and if Trio can t i a Good time together we miss of guess. They will go via Dubuque to Chi Cago thence to the Mesqui Centennia at Philadelphia and while hero dlr reverend will attend a Church Confer once. Their next objective will be new York City then to Washington d. 0., thence to North Carolina to a brother of the reverend after which they will Start on the Home War journey. It has every appearance a most delightful trip and Here s hop ing nothing transpires to Mak otherwise. Later since the foregoing was in Type we learn that Clarence Weihe accompanied the party and hence is a quartet instead of a Trio. Stville Hunters hit Huron. S. D., on High the Blind goddess As a legion Benefit a Farmer s wife near Alpha picked and canned two and a half quarts of red raspberries last week. The Erttie product of the Elgin Canning. Company-85 carloads--75 of Corn and 10 of Beans was All sold list week. Co. Supt. Peck of Waukon took the state bar examination at Des Moines last week and will doubtless soon be Given permission to broadcast Black Stone. Charles Olson the last surviving civil War Veteran in Clermont town the body arrived in Postville last ship was buried last tuesday with military honors. He 79 years. Arthur Simpson right guard of the Clermont High school football team had the misfortune to break his right ormer resident sends Check for Church the trustees and finance committee of the Community Church were highly pleased to receive on monday of this week a generous contribution for the new Church building from a former citizen of Postville f. A Roberts of Seattle. The contribution was for $500.00 and came entirely unsolicited. Or. Roberts who moved to Seattle Twenty years ago was the organizer of the Postville state Bank and for a number of years its cashier he and mrs. Roberts were both prominent members of the congregational Church and for Liany Yeai a were teachers of two Bible classes in the sunday school. Fred Roberts his son is a member of Seattle Law firm which has a Large practice. Or Roberts sr., Lias a room in the offices and reports for service every week Day he reports that they have been unusually Busy during the past summer. Miss Stella is housekeeper for her father and besides is very Busy with Church work. And then backed Down again and turned Over twice Verle Pierce of Don Nan had her knee Cap Cut open her spine twisted and the ligaments in the left leg torn Loose. John b. Knoepfler who was at one time Many years ago principal of the Fayette schools died at Waterloo last week. He has been professor of German at teachers College Cedar Falls for Twenty seven years. He was the state superintendent of schools from 1892 to 1894, and the Only Democrat who served in that office in Iowa since 1876.-Fayette Leader. Motor vehicle registration figures still continue their upward climb according to the Bureau of Public roads of the United states department of agriculture which reports 19,697,-832 vehicles registered in the first six months of 1926. This is 1,927,141 More vehicles than were registered in the corresponding period of 1925 or an increase of 10.8 per cent. John Bouska a Farmer living Between Protivin and Jackson Junction met with a serious Accident in which he sustained a broken jaw while Cut Ting Corn saturday afternoon. Or. Bouska has no recollection of How the Accident happened but he fell off the Binder and was in an unconscious condition for a time he does not know How Long. Mrs. Bouska and son becoming worried at jigs delayed absence from the House the son went to the Field arriving about the time his father was recovering Mes. A Happy Surprise on mrs. Carl Wilke contract will be let to gravel no. Twenty supervisor George Peckham informed us yesterday that arrange ments Are being made to gravel primary Road no. 20 from Calmar through and Castalia to the Alla Makee county line and primary Road no. 9 from Decorah to the Alia Makee county line. This work will be completed this fall if contractors Are available. Alla Makee county it is said is prepared to gravel their end of the roads to the Winneshiek county line. ,. The Board will advertise for bids and the letting of the contracts is set for october 27th-if nothing happens to mar present plans. The surfacing of Road no. 20 is a necessity. It serves More people than any other Highway in the county and it will Servo Many More after it is Bee. A Jolly company of ladies gave mrs. Carl Wilke a pleasant Surprise wednesday with Well filled baskets and made this Good lady very Happy. Those in attendance were mrs. Christ Ruckdaschel mrs. August Kugel mrs. Gustav Kuhse mrs. L. H. Schroeder mrs. Albert. Zieman mrs. Lena Behrens mrs. Win. Schweinefuss mrs. Frank Sebastian. Mrs. Gustave Dietsch mrs. Win. Schultz mrs. Chas. Kohrs mrs. Saw Velle mrs. W. H. Weihe mrs. John Schroeder mrs. Fred Wilke mrs. J. H. W. Schroeder mrs. Henry Schuette sr., mrs. Henry Wilke mrs. Enno. Luebbers mrs. Henry Casten mrs. Conrad Welzel mrs. Anna Staadt mrs. W. J. H. Schultz mrs. Henry Eggert and mrs. John Schultz of Decorah  i-., sunday morning last Al Ellis rid Kenneth Sanders of this City left by Auto for Huron s. D., on a several Days Hunting expedition and if they can get As much action on their guns As they did out of their Auto they la have to charter a special train to ship the game Home on. They left hetrraf3 00 a. Sunday find Early that evening mrs. Ellis received a message from Ai stating they ached Huron safely at 4 45 p. M., having driven the 480 Miles at an average Speed of 43 Miles per hour. Al and Spud will be Back in Iowa to take Iii the open season for pheasants and will return to Postville probably about saturday. Hens that will Lay Are the ones that pay we. Ii. Schroeder of this City is pretty proud of the record made by ids 24 liens in turning out eggs Anil after Reading this you will doubtless agree he has a right to feel that Way about them. From november 17, 1925 to october 1, 1926, these hens have produced 2,044 eggs an average of 146 eggs each. Besides what were used in the Home he has sold eggs to the amount of $189.89 his feed Cost was 12c per Day and leaves him net profit of approximately $5ff. Kindergarten miss Orr wishes to announce her class begins monday a. October 18. Children Ngos four and five can join.1 or. Next monday and tuesday evenings october 18 and 19, the people of this Community will have the Opportunity of seeing one of the finest pictures Ever shown at Postville theatre. We refer to the Blind goddess starring Jock Holt and Esther Ralston which will be presented As a Benefit for Arthur f. Brandt Post american legion. As All remember the boys of the american legion were doing a lot for us just a few Short years ago now they Are asking us to do a Little for them and will we do it you bet we will and we Dent mean maybe come on folks buy a ticket and see a splendid picture filled with thrills action and love and give the legion boys a Benefit of which they Are deserving. Prices 35c and 20e. It s a great show for a Little dough let s go let s go or. And mrs. Lou Thoma wedded Twenty years a teacher s study Center meeting will be held at Postville High school october 30. Supt. R. Noble of Postville will act As conductor of the meeting assisted by professors w. L. Wallace and j. B. Paul of the Iowa state teachers College Cedar Falls. The program prof. W. L. Wallace 1. Teaching the Constitution. 2. Teaching Iowa civics. Prof. J. B. Paul 1. Teaching pupils How to think 2. Testing and teaching. Last sunday marked the twentieth wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Lou Thoma of this City. The event was celebrated with a Fine dinner and or. And mrs. J. C. Thoma and family of Luana and Rudy and Celia Sander of Waukon were Here to help enjoy it. We congratulate or. And mrs. Thoma and Hope they May to with us to celebrate Many More anniversaries of their wedding Day. Lan study Center at Postville school furniture for Sale one Large Oak Spanish leather Davenport. One Oak dining room table will eat eighteen. Six dining room chairs o match. One sideboard. One Iron bed with Springs and Good  mattress. One Dresser.  one 9x12 Wilton Rug. Two Small bedside tables one Walnut one Cherry Wood. . A. One tall old style clock. One aluminium Teakettle. I one Oil stove. Call at the House any time to see . . Hughe. Postville monday club the monday club will Riivet october 18, observing the following pro Gram hostess a mrs. Franklin agricultural situation proposed Relief . Behrens farming. Industry is. Protected Eastern . Steel the whole town s talking Edward Neff of this City a member of the Auto party which upset near the Heusman farm a week ago Friday night thought he got out of the wreck with Only a slight Bruise. However the monday following the mishap his left shoulder gave him so much pain he went to see a doctor and the a rav disclosed his Collar Bone was fractured in two places. Miss Genevieve burling is Home from Europe or. And mrs. W. H. Burling and family motored Over to Hawkeye sunday and from there drove Over to Maynard. Where they were met by miss Genevieve burling of Waterloo who came Back with them for a visit. Miss Genevieve recently returned from a tour in Europe but says that while she saw Many interesting and Beautiful sights Tana had a perfectly delightful trip she saw no country or place that looked so Good to her As the Good old u. S. A. Postmaster Keith Gray left tuesday night for Cape Girardeau mo., in response to Federal summons by Telephone As witness in a Case against Hayes Van Gorder a former resident of this locality. As will be remembered Keith was responsible for the picking up of Van Gorder Here several years ago on a Federal charge. The whole town s talking

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