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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 21, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official paper a1xamakee county Postville Herald official paper town of Postville thirty fourth year if Kanstor farm Institute pm folks working hard for sue lts9 of 1926 show to be held december 8,mid 9. With the signing n few Days Ugo of a t spa kit the county in my looms on the horizon but a few e weeks ii Way. As the aun stands i a Meri Linn height at noon so attend of that Rie e intervening a a will stand the Institute in the of perfection and in All its glory envy and the admiration of All i. Fortunate enough to be a part his prosperous and progressive Iii mint institutions like this do not grow str night 1 let Are so Dutilly built year to year and thru years of Iii oils labor and splendid co opera on the part of those country Folk invisible for the placing of the sex a Brief resume we might say that its Eulois Are new to this com i Init and come Well recommended Flor Are secured with the thought of pita that they be of equal into it and value to the people of the Nim Unity As a whole. Preeminent my those probably stand or. Piling of he t twin cities _ milk inducers association and director k. Bliss of the Extension depart it at Ames both much in demand. Speakers. In regarding a few of the other be mention might Well be made at time in this late summer and i of rain and Frost that special of it must to put Forth toward the Pali larger Grain show. The cow test associations have ask i for twice the space of their Suc fetal Booth of last year and it was promptly Given. The fancy work department is a Wing in interest daily. Miss Wylie promises a Booth of ind Escrib i a Beauty. That telegraphic Click which to my has been giving some concern Ibie rely the Click of Kodak Lourid up the farm As an attractive an of displaying it to the Public h next december. A the big l , Promise i Bemore than the usual colourful Dis f perhaps these Are Here worthy individual mention. Alla Makee after a disastrous Start \ the appearance of new faces is Fang with a cooperation that might 1 be the envy of their Southern Tabors. They Are making no proses but their meeting held with tithe last few Days showed a full Well balanced committee of work Clayton county with its usual Fine operation immediately seized Tho tie and naturally is setting a stiff the. It is said they Are already it fining their ears to the sound of of upon the prize Pennant. is maintaining their go quiet one which does not Bode a for their competitors who can it kelp but recall these As sym is of the worst of storms die team representing Fayette won hrs at the West Union fair and Enow getting their second wind for rat they believe will be someone s wind finish. There can be no Fention about their strength. Pm body s working folks looks the Institute would again Rench a Bettein Ever height Ipie 0stv1i, Road Graveling starts Friday work of Graveling Federal i ways nos. 18 and 53, Between Stville and Monona will Start this a it a probably on Friday and Tho-11 completed As soon As possible Job. Woods n member of Tea term i Woods Bros of Prairie Der Chien to in Postville on tuesday looking a it rooms to accommodate the labor a mho will soon be on the Graveling floods bios arc the men who have it completed the Graveling on them i Miles of no. 51, just South of ithe. Gravel for this Road will be of loped Here from Prairie Duchien will be spread As rapidly As a a a offous Iteen trucks can haul it w which gives Assurance that with in find of weather at All the work if Raveling the ten Miles Between sol and Monona will be conv Plet jew Tina a few weeks time. To will not be Long until we will g Gravelled roads leading out of Pule in All directions or . Clark Republican candidate will is making a Good a Fawn in nil sections and we Are this is so for he is just As a a gentleman As he appears a i is As Well a capable Busi was. That he is amply Quality Fin the position he seeks no Jiho knows him will deny. Or. Fri is the Only candidate for any this Section of the cow we we believe the electors will de Fri a to them seems Best and will my Accord him n Good vote on few second. He Maiter Keith Ray returned a a opening from Cape Girardeau Ioffe whither he had been called lies a i Federal Case against a Vangorder formerly of this some irregular Fitzios with the so in e department. Hayes has jew Federal sentence and an Addi a Tiu nce of five years was m on by the Federal court in the Afef Stamf Amy mrs. L. F. I. Misses Amelia Bruene and a Bryan visited the Ottlo i set old Mission sunday., the a it 241 visitors had a reseeded a a bus ering there that Day s drawing Power of this 81 in Iii is not ill nuking. Comm Ciftci elects officers plan banquet to Farmers and will give cup. The Postville commercial club met in regular monthly session last thursday evening at masonic Hall. The refreshment committee provided an excellent 0 0 dutch lunch to put the Nom bars in Good working order for the business session to follow. At. The proper time president Hoth called the meeting to order and Secretary Cole read the minutes of the previous meeting after which Busi Ness proceeded As follows h. E. Roberts reported that Albert Zieman and himself had made a trip to Mcgregor and had a conference with Clair v. Limbeck of the Northern Iowa produce co. Concerning what disposition he was willing to make of his old poultry House in South Postville in the of making a better looking Postville. Or. Limbeck informed them that he had More than $5,000 invested in the Structure but with the Fine Public spirit characteristic of him said he would give the commercial club Power of attorney to dispose of it in anyway they saw fit. The Secretary was authorized to get the Power of attorney in writing which has been done and the building will be sold at auction at three o clock on saturday of this week october 2m, the club assuming All expense of advertising and disposing of same and will turn Over the Sale Price to or. Limbeck. A vote of thanks was also extended or. Limbeck for his Fine spirit of Progress reflected in this matter. Or. F. A. Kiesau and h. E. Roberts were appointed a committee to cooperate with the women s club in promoting a health lecture to be Given in Postville november 8th. The motion prevailed that the commercial club As in previous years entertain the Farmers and exhibitors at a banquet during the forthcoming Farmers Institute and poultry show to be held Here december 7, 8 and 9. It was also decided to Purchase a Beautiful Silver Loving cup to be presented for the prize winning Bird at the poultry show. On motion Henry Miller Geo. W. Fay and w. J. Hanks were appointed a committee to select two tickets of officers for the commercial club. This being done 0. .1. Brueher and Joe Hecker were appointed Tollers and election resulted As follows president John l. Gregg. Vice president we. J. Klimi Gobeil. Secretary Phillip. Treasurer Geo. A. Kay there being no further business the meeting adjourned. For the Benefit of those who May not know the new mooting nigh to May state that it is the second thursday evening of each month. A live newspaper in a live town Postville Iowa thursday october 21,1926? number 50. An expected visitor an interest int letter from l. Ii. Schroeder Buffalo a. York october i 3s2ij, dear folks just got Back from Niagara Falls. Have had Good weather every Day since we left until today noon when i t commenced to rain a Little and is still raining but we Are in a Good displace. The Only regret that i have is that you folks can l he with us to see the sights. This trip is especially very interesting to me inasmuch As tie cities we came through were very familiar to me As i have sold a great Many goods during my time in business which were made in these cities. Rev. Fiuek tool us through quite a lot of Chicago through the Loop 10 the South Shore country club through Jackson puck where the worlds fair was held in is 1, 1 some of the old buildings to l stand. From Chicago we went on through Many Large cities to Hammond. Indiana next Gary where the great steel industries Are located Avii iting with its Field of big Oil tanks Michigan City Indiana state prison. For a Long stretch we saw Sand dunes great piles of Sand that blow in piles and in Windy weather looks like a Snow storm. I think i wrote you something of this in my letter of yesterday but do not know where i left off. I take this from my notation. Thursday night we stayed at Toledo Ohio a City of 27 1,000 people. We came through Fremont Ohio it has two big shears factories the Glaus shears of which 1 have sold a great Many. From Here on it has not Frozen any As All vegetation is Green. Next comes Cleveland Ohio a City of 970,000. For the last 300 Miles we drove on Brick paving and for the last 200 Miles to saw More grapes and pears than you have any idea. We talked to a Man this morning who had been at Postville he is manager of the Welch grape juice co. To said to had 350 acres in grapes another Man had Over 450 acres. I have never seen As Many acres of Corn in Iowa will say in a 100 Miles stretch As anyone can see Here in grapes and the vines Are loaded very heavily. This Man gave is a big Basket Ful this morning. We have travelled about 390 Miles every Day. Got to Buffalo this noon a City of 000,000 population. Niagara Falls is a City of 120,000. A you May Send my. Mail to Tho same place As i do not know whore we will to the next few Days perhaps by the Middle of the week will be in new York City but will have my mail . Finek said this evening by a week from today he thought we would be in North Carolina. We Are going to bed now As we Are tired. As Ever l. H. Schroedor. Turner Kerr nuptials pretty Home wedding Community clutch notes r. Franklin Galloway pastor morning worship at 10 30 a. M. Sabbath school at j j.-80 a. M. The Sermon subject will be the death of Moses anti his Farewell the Home of or. And mrs. H n Turner Southwest of Postville was the scene o a pretty Home wedding at eleven thirty o clock wednesday Forenoon october 20, 1020, when their oldest daughter Joyce Mae Turner was United i marriage with or. Ken m. Kerr of Henderson Prai i?1 i Vul Ial k,10t was to a by i "nk1"1 Galloway pastor of the 1 Stville Community presbyterian Church in his usual impressive manner Only members of the immediate families of the contracting parties witnessing the ceremony. The Bride was most become ugly dressed in White and carried a Shower Bof Jint of Britzk roses and lilies of the Valley. F blowing the ceremony a Brief season was Given Over to the customary congratulations after which the company repaired to the spacious dining room where an elaborate wedding feast was most admirably served in two courses. The table decorations were yellow and White chrysanthemums. The Bride is one of the very finest Young ladies of this locality a girl of Good sense and Good looks education and refinement abundantly blessed with womanly graces and Virtues and whose cheerful disposition and winning ways have drawn about her an Ever widening Circle of admiring friends. The Groom is a life Long resident of this locality and is a worthy son of admirable parentage an honest upright industrious Young Man Well worthy in every Way of the fair Bride he has won. Shortly after dinner or. And mrs. Kerr left by Auto on a several weeks wedding tour during which they will visit Northern Michigan Canada Niagara Falls new York City Washington d. A and the sesquicentennial at Philadelphia. Upon their return they will Settle Down to housekeeping on Dale Delight the name Given the lieu Fiul Henderson Prairie farm of the Groom s parents and which they will conduct. With he almost innumerable friends of Joyce and Kenneth the Herald joins in extending them its kind Liest Well wishes for a Long and Happy wedded life with health and plenty Ever hovering round their fireside. They will be at Home after december first. United Brethren Church Castalia s. S. At 10 00 a. M. Prayer service every wednesday evening 7 30. Bethel sunday school at 10 00 a. M. Preaching services 11 00 a. In. Forest Mills sunday school at 2 00 p. M. Sermon by pastor at 3 00 p. M. Junior c. E. At 3 00 p. M. Senior c. E. At 7 30 p. M. Prayer service tuesday evening at 7 30 p. M. ,. There will be a Squirrel Rabbit and Chicken supper in the Forest Mills Church basement on saturday evening october 23rd. Come and have a Good feed and a Good time. Rev. Chas. W. Harris pastor St. Pall l7s lutheran Church Rev. E. T. Finck pastor lutheran sunday school As usual it 0 30 a. In. _ ._1 preaching service in English it 7 45 \ p. M. Rev. Films Len of Clermont will be the speaker. The lutheran Church Bible class wishes to thank All for the patronage at their food Sale last saturday. Or. Ami mrs. John l. Gregg and family or. And mrs. Geo. W. Hem and family and or. And mrs. H. M. Sebastian were entertained at a delightful six o clock dinner sunday evening in the Home of or. And mrs. F. Rounds. Louis Hein son of or. And mrs. Geo w. Hein was eleven years Oil last Friday and a Lively Bunch of his boy friends had a High old time help j ing him celebrate the event when was Given an excellent Start with a Dandy supper carefully prepared for. The occasion by Louis Mother. What the Postville folks were doing a / 25 years ago interesting items taken from the files of the Iowa Volks Blatt of october 18, 190l we Are enjoying Indian summer. Postville s football team Defeated Waukon saturday by a decisive score. A baby boy was born to or. And mrs. August Fischer in their new Home sunday. A round trip ticket to the Buffalo exposition can now be purchased for $14.38, round trip Charley Sonnkalb and Wallace Martin were visitors at the carnival at Cedar rapids this week. Geo. Plagman and family Ai c to leave soon for .iv.iiiii, South Dakota to make their Home. De Schroeder and family will move Back hero from Cresco shortly. De has accepted a position at the machine shop. Turner Hall was overflowing with listeners saturday when the main attraction was a speech by David b. Henderson speaker of the House. Gilbert n. Haugen fourth District congressman and or. Crawford of Waukon also spoke. Supreme court says no to Kneeskern s Appeal Des Moines in oct. 19.- a the second conviction of 11. F. In pcs Kern Castalia Stock buyer on a first degree murder charge in connection with the de Atli of Charles and Irene Van Brocklin near Castalia on december 11, 1921, was affirmed by the supreme court today. The majority opinion written by Justice molding held that Tho defendant s second trial in Floyd county had been fair and the evidence fully warranted a conviction. I Kneeskern was sentenced to life imprisonment. His first trial from which Appeal also was taken was held in Winneshiek county. Justices Faville and Albert dissented holding that the circumstantial evidence against him did not warrant a conviction. A total of 287 errors were assigned in the second Appeal of the Case. The Iowa supreme court majority s decision probably is the final chapter in the most sensational murder Case in the history of northeastern Iowa. Kneeskern once very prominent in Winneshiek county is now in the state prison at fort Madison where he is employed in the chair factory. Persons who visited him recently found him confident that the supremo court would reverse his conviction thus bringing about another trial. The famous Case had is inception on sunday december 10, 1921, when Charles and Irene Van Brocklin were found dead in their log Cabin on the Kneeskern farm in the Moncek District near Castalia. Kneeskern and other men including Elmer Van Brocklin brother of the murdered Man had been at the Cabin Only a Short time before the murder was committed. Family reunion at h. N. Turner Home there was a joyous Gatlie Ringo the Turner clan last sunday at the hospitable farm Home of or. And mrs ii. N. Turner South of Postville when 25 of the kith and Kin assembled to participate in the pleasures of a family reunion. The Day was passed pleasantly to All in a social Way and was punctuated at the proper times by some delicious eats All of which made it an occasion those in attendance will recall Many times with pleasure. Those present were or. And mrs. Gene Turner or. And mrs. Ralph Turner and family and or. And mrs. Eli Tewarson and family of grand Meadow Minnesota or. And mrs. De Wirkler mrs. Ella Nichols mrs. Mary Fillenworth Henry Turner miss Abbie Turner and miss Esther Fonda All of Monona. Aug. Held of Ludlow drove Home a new four door Ford Sedan saturday. Or. And mrs. C. M. Kerr will shortly move into town and occupy the mrs. F. L. Rathbun residence Postville High school agricultural notes during the past week one. Of the boys in the class brought in a few ears of seed Corn showing signs of Mold. Most of this Corn had been selected from the Field before the first heavy Frost or immediately after Wai is and had been stored in a desirable place for curing but upon investigation the other members of the class found this same condition existing in the majority of cases with the seed Corn stored at their Homes. Upon examining the Corn it was found to be a Black coloured Mold attacking both the cob and the Kernel. With the use of the magnifying Glass a number of the ears showed this Mold to be in the advanced stage while in some cases it was Only Light with no outside damage to the Kernel. The class has selected a number of the lightly infected ears which they intend to dry out thoroughly and test thereby finding what the germination percentage will be. The results will be published at that time. This Mold has been brought about through the great amount of rain this fall and the tight fitting husks which prevented the oars from drying out properly. The class made a trip to the Home of Harold Groth with the intention of picking enough seed Corn for his Corn project we found that ears entirely free from the effects of the Mold were at a Premium and Harold reports that out of three or four bushels selected few were found entirely free from the disease. The class has come to the conclusion that the seed Corn selected so far will have to be properly cared for and at Tho Best it looks As though the Supply of sound seed Corn is Likely to be a veal problem for the Farmer to solve next Spring. A number of speeches have been made by members before the class one speech was concerning the successful growing of Alfalfa and Sweet Clover in the Corn Belt Given by Kenneth Schultz the three Points which be stressed most were inoculation a clarifying and Liming. He said that these Points should be fully considered before seeding a i of of Alfalfa or Sweet Clover. In order to see the result of inoculation the class made a trip to the August Schultz farm where an Alfalfa Field had been seeded last Spring about one third of which was and the other two Thiol was not in inoculated. A great difference was noted the inoculated portion showing much better. Kenneth stated that both pieces wore limed alike but in order to satisfy our curiosity a number of samples Over the Field were tested showing the soil free from acid while the adjacent Corn Field showed Lime requirement. Another very interesting talk was Given by Milo Gericke on the need of Lime on Corn and he stated that Corn could be grown quite successfully of acid soil while legumes especially Alfalfa and Sweet Clover could not be grown with any degree of Success without first meeting the Lime requirement. Donald Rathbun explained the use of fertilizer to the Corn crop. He stated that phosphorous was the most essential fertilizer to the Corn crop and that h e believed it would be a Good thing for some boy in the class carrying a Corn project to test put the possibilities of phosphorous fertilizer on a Small scale. The whole town s talking Junior play at Turner Hall october 29 the i whole town s talking is a new american comedy in three acts All Stock restrictions having been lifted Early in january 192g. The scene takes place in the parlor of the Home of or. Simmons a wealthy paint manufacturer. Or.  Simmons senior partner has a Marriageable daughter Ethel. For business reasons he desires her to marry the Junior partner or. Benney. But the Junior partner is the kind of a Bachelor that no woman likes. He s in it seems that someone has just gone in View of his ambitions the Junior partner conceives the idea that every woman desires the Man that every other woman wants hence he invent a few love affairs for his partner. But with whom Only a or. Simmons would have picked them and his choices offer an unlimited series of hilarious situations for the audience. The characters portrayed Are unusually pleasing in variety. Mrs. Simmons with her nagging disposition who prides herself on being possessed of All Virtues Roger Shields who has been educated ? in Europe or. Swift elemental enough to love prize fighting but artistic enough to be a picture director making himself feared by Benney and loved by Letty the taxi Driver an awkward simple Type of boy Sadie Bloom the usual Tough of the dances Hall Annie the maid who understands All men and rather likes them for their faults Ethel who always thinks that which is different is Best Lila and Sally who Are both just crazy about the boys and or. Simmons who is a bit of a sport a Quick and ready liar and always oozing with Good humor. The whole town s talking offers the Public an evening of excellent entertainment and real pleasure. If you want to be Able to talk with the whole town during the next month Don t fail to enjoy the season s popular comedy the whole town s talking Friday october 29th in the Turner Hall at 8 15. Admission adults 50c, High school students 35c, Grade students 25c, and All children under 8 years of age who come with with their parents will be admitted free. Seats will be on Reserve at the Rexall store beginning tuesday october the 2gth. Any seat under 35c cannot be reserved. Freight engine hits a Chevrolet truck Resolution of respect whereas god has received from Pur midst our esteemed and beloved friends Charles Skelton and win Field s. Webster therefore be it resolved that in their passing the Postville society of Southern California feels. The loss of Loyal members whose kindly ways and congenial presence we will miss. Resolved that we extend to the bereaved families our sympathy and love in their hour of grief that these resolutions be spread upon the minutes of the society that a copy Hereof be sent to the sorrowing families and that one be forwarded to the Postville Herald. Dated october 7, 192c. Ella Hardwick a. C. Ripley Muriel e. Eaton committee Loney Folsom and family Are enjoying a new radio at their Home. On tuesday Forenoon a Milwaukee freight engine hit a Chevrolet truck belonging to Oscar Nyborg of Guilder and nearly put it out of business. The Accident happened up near the Rock Island depot. Oscar was endeavouring to drive his truck Over the South Milwaukee siding at this Point and was headed North. As he got on the track his attention was first attracted by someone calling to him to look out and glancing to the West he saw the tender of a huge Milwaukee freight engine almost upon him. In his excitement and hurry to step on the Gas and get Over he killed the engine and an instant later the terrible tonnage of the locomotive hit the truck squarely in the Side and shoved it. Perhaps Twenty feet along the track breaking three wheels of the truck and otherwise mussing it up. Had the engine not been moving quite slowly there might have been a fatality to record but when the crash came Oscar began scrambling out through the Windshield and aside from a bad scare was All right. Marsh Moody on wednesday october the 6th, at the m. E. Parsonage occurred the marriage of miss Ethel f. Marsh to or. Milo d. Moody Rev. Richard pres Cott officiating. The were attended by miss Anna Marsh sister of the Bride and or. Francis Mcmillin. The Bride is the daughter of or. And mrs. E. R. Marsh and is Well known in this Vicinity having attended four local school and was a member of the graduating class of 1923. The Groom is the youngest son of or. And mrs. C. E. Moody and has for several years worked for the interstate Power co., As electrician. After the ceremony they returned to the Bride s Home where a Bountiful dinner was served to the immediate relatives and friends. After a Short honeymoon to Winona and Minneapolis they will be at Home to their Many friends at. Traer Iowa where the Groom will operate a motion picture times. Autos collide tuesday at Street intersection during tuesday afternoon s rain a Buick touring car and a Chevrolet touring car collided on the paving at the Street intersection near the Herald office Cornel. John Meier of Ludlow was proceeding South in his Buick and desired to make a u turn at the Corner in question and had partly accomplished the same when a Chevrolet occupied by two ladies and driven by mrs. Louis Brandt of the Frankville locality approached from the South and bumped into the rear wheel of the Buick and broke it. The Buick had to be towed into the Hecker Hospital for repairs while the Chevrolet sustained no damages but a Bent front fender. Nobody Hurt but everybody scared. Lucky again Rice washed in hot water instead of cold will better flavor. News of the neighbourhood tersely told tales of folks and things selected by scissors from our Exchange table. Ossian has a roller skating rink.  a Chicken hatchery is to be a new Industry in Elkader next Spring. It required 50,000 markers to properly Mark the highways of Iowa last week. The Prairie Duchien Ball team has closed the season with $280 in its Treasury. Burglars recently lifted $350 Worth of radios and supplies from a garage in Saratoga. A. E. Pratt who has conducted a drug store in Waukon for 35 years has sold out. Fourteen sacks of sugar were stolen from the Farmers equity store at Riceville a recent sunday night.  Clayton county s tax Levy for 1926 is thirty Mills As compared to thirty one Mills levied in Alla Makee co. Hawkeye has just completed Graveling its streets. The Cost for covering about a mile of streets with 870 loads of gravel was $748.80. The Monona band sponsoring the production of the woman less wedding cleared l$277.27. G. A. Tornowske was cast As the Bride. The Des Moines station of the u. S. Department of agriculture says Iowa Corn will average about 36 bushels per acre. The crop total for the state is estimated at 404,424,000 bushels. Elmer Shori of Elgin picked a mushroom a week ago sunday that weighed 17 lbs. And was a Large As a pumpkin. As yet no one has volunteered to give test to determine whether or not it is of the edible variety. The Guttenberg masonic Temple will be completed on december first. On the first or main floor will be the Kitchen dining room and heating Plant and Lodge rooms and Parlours will occupy the second floor. The building is faced with Matt faced pressed Brick trimmed with Indiana Bedford Cut Stone. Volga City Creamery butter has again won first prize this time with a score of 95. The contest was held in connection with a get to Gether meeting of Creamery men which was held at Sumner Iowa on thursday october 7th. Although the contest was not on a very Large scale there were Twenty six creameries represented. Kenned Cooper of Clarion in company with Irwin Greenlief of fort Dodge left last week on a hike the destiny being around the world. Cooper carried a pack of about Twenty pounds and Greenlief one weighing sixteen pounds. The Young men carried Over $100 in Cash besides blankets a Kodak and a change of clothing. Another Auto Accident happened on the Elgin Clermont Road sunday evening. As Felix Miller and family were returning from Church at Elgin a car ran into them completely demolishing the front end of the Miller car and seriously injuring mrs. Miller so that she has been confined to her bed Ever since. The car that struck them did t Stop to see what damage had been done but or. Miller succeeded in getting the number. West Union Argo. When George Washburn and family were returning from Giard Early sunday evening a car ran into them about half Way Between Clermont and Postville. Mrs. Washburn was painfully injured and the car badly wrecked. When or. Washburn saw that the other car had Only one Light he slowed Down to about three Miles an hour but nevertheless the other car ran into him. Mrs. Washburn was badly Cut about the face her nose being almost completely severed. West Union Argo. A paper published at Meadow s. D., reaches us containing news of a serious Accident that recently befell mrs. Marshall Bollman who is Well remembered by Many t f our readers As a resident of Post township a number of years ago. The Saddle on the Pony she was Riding turned and threw her to the ground breaking her left Arm near the should and inflicting serious injuries to her spine and hip. She is receiving the Best of medical care and is assured of recovery in due time from her serious injuries. Waukon Democrat. As Maynard Douglas was crossing a Bridge just West of Fredericksburg on his Way from school a motorists who it is claimed travelled at a High rate of Speed struck him and the horse he was Riding. The railing was torn from the Bridge and the horse and Maynard were hurled into the River. Maynard has a badly sprained wrist and numerous bruises As a result of his fall and the horse had a broken leg and had to be killed. Witnesses to the Accident report that the alleged speeder never halted his car but they took his number which was a Fayette county number and the matter has been turned Over to the sheriff. Washington county has a Herd of some 25 Deer running at Large in the dutch Creek Community. These animals Are protected by a state Law but like other animals and fowls thus protected occasionally a fellow with the gun habit gets Busy and kills some of them Clyde Coble was accused of killing two of the animals by Gene Breitenbach a game Warden and he plead guilty when brought into the presence of a magistrate and a Fine of $200 was imposed or 60 Days in jail. The meat of the animals As by Law provided was turned Over to the county Hospital and a feast of Venison for the inmates resulted. For Many years there was a Large Herd of Deer in Shelby and adjoining counties but these have been secretly slaughtered until Only a few remain

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