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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 30, 1926, Postville, Iowa Official Papell Alla Makij county Postville Herald official paper town of Postville thirty fourth year Lan bigger m 1 show Ivi Uhry exhibit will be new Flure of this year s show. L9 a Ger and better prizes. Wac Lively meeting of the Mem of. Tho big four poultry association held at the citizens suite Bank a it saturday a evening it iras unan ii sly defined to hold the show con i trently with the big four Farmers a Litante which will be a win Post nil dumber 7, 8, and 10. All a nth agreed to put their shoulders the wheel and boost from now until my Day to make it a splendid Suc " his year there will be a special Ftp exhibit of farm fowls the. Do Felli of which Are now being worked Al and will be announced through hese columns a Little later. Every if Lier in Northeast Iowa should met for this announcement and be planning right now., to make an i Bibit at the big show this Winter. Stile officers of the association Are a Bush president and a. C. Web Ilir Secretary and treasurer either fir Hom will promptly and cheerfully be breeders and Farmers any desired formation. I h. H. Gass whose splendid work As plate Dent of Tho past several soaps has elicited much favourable tomcat both from exhibitors and the Iti Blic will act in that capacity again a year which is evidence that the a Jakfus Ami the crowds will be Well tired for by a Man who knows the Jib a competent judge is to be booked ind the prizes to be offered will be larger than those of previous pars. It will stand every breeder i Farmer Well in hand to bring their ids Here next december and get Bike of the prizes a full list of Ubich will be published in due season. The poultry Saso Cintioni members Hill meet every saturday evening from now until the big show in de Ember so that any matters require their attention May be promptly Tatien care of polks the big four show is your a and by All pulling and boosting together we can make it the greatest show on Earth. Let s go music club meets the newly organized music club a posed of mrs. Nora Jorgenson s pupils in piano met in monthly ses Jiin at the Home of mrs. Chas. Weg or last saturday afternoon. Mrs. Jorgenson gave a very inter Wing talk on the life of John Sebastian Bach after which the pupils arc Hoard in recital. I to Joseph Steele playing etude font antique by Friml again came the distinction of being voted the Best Flayer of the month. Helen Wegner paying a scotch poem by Macdowell in voted second Best and Helene Meier playing an april Shower by Swiont was Given honorable men it. A it was voted to discuss the life of Juniel at the next monthly meeting. Highway change to eliminate bad Corner  who have had occasion to Tavel the Road Southwest of Postville Wing to grand Meadow farm will Josil the dangerous Corner where the id turned rather abruptly about the of. C. Schroeder barn and no matter m what Way you were coming it a impossible to see whether or not  vehicle was approaching from the Typo site direction. This Hazard to travel is now eliminated or very soon p be the Road from the South inv a been extended farther North to line Between the Handy farm and w Schroeder place thence turning the East and joining the old Road ton near the top of the Hill. It is f Enn nge All who travel that Way will appreciate. Jam office building to be greatly improved . Sebastian wrecked the rear m of the Herald building on -tucs-1k-preliminary to making a 25 it. Edition thereto to House our present up Mont and that to be added Wattle later. The entire Structure be Brick veneered a new front ,., i and a basement under the we and when completed it Willfo a one of the most modern equip a new sniper and Job offices in this Pion. To do this requires no Littley tent but the people of old Mideast Iowa Are deserving of the a there is and hence we shall use j Best endeavours to Servo them As m deserve i St school paper printed in Postville Tufi Star is to name of Postyn a first school paper the initial Ber of which was printed from the is press Friday of last work a pm per gives publicity to All so Koyoji it resin he High school and a a and anyone desiring to keep in a touch with our schools will find a very valuable and Well Worth the a option Price of 76 cents nor m the paper will be issued every Cess. The editors and business my ure All High school students , so number is proof of their 8?. The Star carries a Good go g of advertisements from our a ii merchants. Sr8 Creamery co. Lets routes for 1920 it a meeting held .at.-, the factory l a monday of last was ire tors of the Postville Farmer operative Creamery Jet. A hauling for 1821 at auction int wag being the successful a a a ,5 Tor the route indicated a 1and 2-con hair Garnen ?ot2i-2 and 1-Carl Madaula. Pm 3 and 4-Houis Enyart a. 6 and. 0-Leonard Kirkestue. A a 8 and 9-Evnt re Feken. 10 and la Al Hort Nateby. Hugh Shepherd is some Chicken Chaser a live newspaper in a live town Postville Iowa thursday september 31926 number 47 Hugh Shepherd who chases the mail in Postville Between the Postof fice and the Milwaukee and Rock Island railway stations hands us a very interesting bit of news this week concerning the number of baby Chicks he has handled this year that have come his Way via parcel Post. The figures Are a bit staggering but they Are nevertheless authentic and prove As nothing else could the enormous proportions to which the baby Chick Industry has grown since the world told the old barnyard Bird to keep right on tackling and laying eggs and we d raise baby Chicks for her by the warmth of electric current attached to a wooden Hen. Or. Shepherd informs us that from March 10 to september 14 of this Al us year there passed thru his hands by parcel Post 125,000 baby Chicks As against Only li7,000 during the same period last season. This shows the Industry is growing by leaps and Bounds As the poultry business is now recognized As one of the big assets farms. Aside from these shipments Many thousands of Chicks from the local hatchery went out to Crow and cackle on farms within a radius of 25 Miles of Postville the Farmers coming in by Auto for them after they had been custom hatched. Until a few years ago the shipment of Day old Chicks by parcel Post would have been considered a very Idle dream for it would have seemed beyond the Pale of reason that Many if any could Reaich their destination alive a. However or Shepherd tells us that of the Many thousands he handles annually the is practically nil. And that the Chicks Are shipped All Over the United states is evidenced by the fact that he recalls shipments to Texas new York Maine the Dakotas Nebraska Wyoming Montana new Mexico As Well As the closer surrounding states. And Postville is Only one Little shipping and Transfer Point. How Many millions of them must there be the country Over on our smile of the Harvest Moon a former big four cow tester Calls the Herald was pleased to receive a Call on tuesday from a. A. Haines n former tester for the big four c. T. A., of this locality and one who was mighty Well liked by its members. He is now located at West. Salem North Dakota where he has a Good position in the state agricultural College and that is How he happened to be Here on this occasion. To was on his Way to the hairy cattle Congress at Waterloo with a group of boys who were to enter the interstate judging contest there and being As near to his old Job Here As Mason City he simply could t resist the temptation to drop Down Between trains to revisit the old town and Greet again the few of his old friends he chanced meet. He is looking and feeling better than when he left this locality a Little More than a year ago a fact Many friends hereabouts will be glad to learn. He much regretted his inability to be Here a few weeks ago when the boys and girls of the big four calf club held a their annual achievement Day. Ellis bats Louisville into Pennant class miss Josephine lie is is to return to India wednesday of last week the Bert Warston and Harvey Roberts families motored to the Home of miss Josephine Liers near Clayton to bid Good a y to miss Liers who is leaving soon for a six years term of missionary work at her old station the methodist Board the Liers Home is located in a Beautiful Valley among the Bluffs not far from the Mississippi River. Altho located in a wild rather Inacone Stablo spot the Home is a Beautiful one fitted with most modern conveniences and a trip there is a never forgotten experience. The fact that the Louisville club took such a decided Lead in the american association Pennant race during the past week might be placed upon the shoulders of three players As far As hitting is concerned. Ellis Quiyon and Pittenger arc the three players who have virtually batted the colonels into the Pennant during the past week. Ellis is probably the most responsible of All of the Louisville Clouter. During the past week Ellis has batted himself into the select class of swats Man having brought his average up 18 Points and being responsible for i iving in 1-1 runs. Tiyon and Pittenger s Bitting has been More consistent All season than Ellis but during the sensational drive of the Louisville club they have been Light on hand to help the cause along. The colonels have a Lead of seven and nne half games in the Pennant race and Only a Miracle can prevent the Louisville club from flying the a. A. Pennant for another year. Postville i. O. O. Of s will have a big night l k. F. J. Becker visits his old Home town or. F. J. Becker was in Postville on wednesday of last week ailing on a Homo of his old friends. Or. Becker left Postville Twenty five years ago. He has been for some years at Atlantic where he has a Large and successful practice. His Nephew Carl Becker formerly of Elgin is associated with him As an assistant. Or. Bok or bears very lightly his o l years and 22o pounds. He seems to have aged very Little since leaving Postville. W. C. T. U. Guest meeting. The Postville w. C. T. U. Will hold n guest meeting thursday october 7th, at three o clock at the Homo of mrs. A. A. Knight. Mesdames Peck and Simpson of decor Ali and miss Lundgren of Calmar Winneshiek county officers of the society will be present to give talks on Temperance work. Picnic supper following the program. Shakespeare a to meet club will meet october 5th at the Brethren of Postville Lodge no. 707. I. O. O. Of will on Friday evening october 1st, indulge in a big Joy night. The occasion will Start and seven o clock with the serving of a Chicken dinner and All the other appetizing appurtenances thereto will be numbered among those present on the Niest elaborate fraternal Bill of Faro Ever spread in this City. The three linkers will All be there to partake not Only of the line ban Piet but will remain to Bare in the social features. If you re an Odd fellow you re in Civ and ought to be proud of the big base Ball Battle at Postville sunday the finest and fastest Ball game that has been played Here this season will be staged at Everman Field Postville next sunday october 8, at two thirty p. M. Clermont and c Anniar will play off a protested game for the Semi pro championship of n. E. Iowa and we can assure Yon it will be a finish fight compared to which the late Trimey de Nipsey bout was a Bantam show. If your blood is boiling for something really Worth while Don to miss this base Ball Bill extraordinary. A Lla m a k be vig1lantes now fully equipped Tolbort Meier is at Fayette attending College. A son,.wns born to or. And mrs. I"�ttt5n Owen on thursday. Edna holler is attending upper Iowa University at Fayette. Harvey Roberts left wednesday for Buffalo to visit the exposition. The City of Oelwein will spend $15,000 for a sewage disposal Plant. Guttenberg is contemplating the erection of a $7000 Gas lighting Plant. Fred Luhmann has returned to Iowa City to resume his studies at the University. Go see Harri Wigton has accepted a Femon As Cornelist with Carpenter s orchestra. Geneit burling has gone to Chica she will attend the american conservatory of music. Mrs. and mrs. Cd Jim to sal7.geber Are in Chicago this week on a visit to relatives. Henry so Huettr is building a new do lying House on his farm which is of i Yed Martin. A Fajge Voll party was held at the Hrej

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