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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - April 26, 1972, Postville, Iowa First year. Post i lie serving the Hub of the four county area Postville Iowa wednesday april 26, 1972 number 17 officers pm mittens a meeting  of resource commit elected at the regular. The upper explorer circe conservation and it project april 19 in officers of the come agriculture chair eth Schultz Alla Makee Ivice chairman Earl pm Howard county Paul Miene Clayton re creation committee mrs. H. L. To hey the county project of Nettee chairman Ralph Howard county Sec i Humpal Winneshiek Jas and water com Man Alfred Stewart Jaunty Secretary an t e s a t a Winne Shiek am mittens and others Spon sible for outlining Rcd project t will do in i calve areas of interest. For project As Sis to i program direction May anyone living in the project area Accord Kudej soil Conser a signed to the project Are directed through steering committees act committees to project chair Fitzgerald the pro Jug Ned to bring All people together to get work cannot do by working kit show tuesday Stville High school Art will present their j show tuesday May 2 to 9 30 . In the old it room. Persons Are enter through the main is designs both two dind three dimensional kites will be on display re of Many i divid Bias other than those will be exhibited rations on the Potter s noting and design will in the Art room. A audience participation be initiated. No admission charge. Meeting school Board meet held thursday april j . For the purpose Wing applicants for of Voag teacher school. It the Leatreal through tuesday Imay 2, Ono wee with Tom Lai Yhlen i Taylor. Rated up. Name students to Isu Deans list the Dean s list for the Wynten Quarter at Iowa state University Ames has been announced. Local students and their curricula Are Dervin Kruger horticulture Larry Moore agricultural business and Richard Smith farm operation. Also Peter Wolf mechanical technology Clermont. Services held for Winnifred Sullivan services were held at St. Peters Catholic Church Clermont saturday for Winnifred e. Sullivan who died april 19 at the Good Samaritan Home Postville after an illness of several months. The Rev Cletus Hawes St Bridget Catholic Church Postville and monsignor Dunn St. Peters Catholic Church Clermont conducted the service. The Schutte funeral Home was in charge of arrangements Winnifred e. Sullivan was born in Postville december 19, 1897 to Alonzo and Amanda Meier Phillips. She attended the Postville Public schools graduating in 1915 and for a Short time was a Rural school teacher. She also attended Gregg Institute in Chicago where she received her business education. For 27 years she was employed As bookkeeper at the Winger office Supply inc. In Cedar rapids. She was United in marriage to Walter l. Sullivan of Clermont August 7, 1919. He preceded her in death in 1938. Mrs Sullivan was a member of St. Peters Catholic Church Clermont and was also a member of the american legion auxiliary. Surviving Are three members of her family a brother Harold a Phillips Dixon Illinois Ber Nice mrs. Walter Falb Elgin and Alice mrs. W. C. Baylor of Maquoketa a brother in Law and sister in Law three nieces and a Nephew also survive. Interment was in the Church cemetery Clermont memorial service for former resident a memorial service for Lowell Moody a former Postville resident was held april 15 in Excelsior Minnesota or. Moody was born in Winn Maine and came with his parents to Excelsior in 1884 when he was two years old. In 1910 he married Josephine Hecker daughter of or. And mrs r. Of Hecker and sister of the late Robert m. Hecker. Mrs Moody died in 1945. In the Early years of their marriage the Moodys operated the Palm an ice Cream parlor in Postville. Or. Moody is survived by his daughter mrs. R. W. Barbara Johnston. He was visiting her in Redwood City California at the time of his death. He is also survived by is second wife Kathryn a Stepson and five grandchildren. Town increases rates for twice weekly garbage pickup riot control lesson for auxiliary police members of Postville s auxiliary police Force Are shown Here receiving instruction in riot control from Iowa Highway patrolman f. G. Langen Mason City. The auxiliary police organized by Postville police chief Darwin Ellis also performs As a civil defense unit. Members of the unit shown Here Are left to right Paul Kostman Ordell Kjosa Langen Jerome Lenth and Gary Ellis. Funeral services for Hospital news mrs. Elmer Klinge funeral services were held tuesday april 18, at St Paul lutheran Church Postville for mrs Elmer Klinge who died april 15 at her Home in Clermont. She Ted been in ill health most of her life and suffered a stroke in september 1971, she had been hospitalized several times since then but at the time of tier death was being cared for at Home by her husband. The Rev. Norman Ullestad officiated. Burial was in the Farmersburg cemetery. Almac Lenth was born near Farmersburg August 17, 1894, to William and Ida Lembke Lenth. She was baptized in Clayton Center and confirmed in the Farmersburg lutheran Church. June 19, 1918, she was married to Elmer. Klinge of Rural Farmersburg where they were engaged in farming. In 1948 they moved to Luana and from there to Postville. In 1970 they moved to their Home at Clermont. Two children were born to this Union Clifford who resides in Clermont and Alma who died in infancy. Mrs. Klinge was preceded in death by her parents an infant daughter and a sister mrs. Esther Hinsch. She is survived by her husband Elmer one son Clifford four grandchildren Lew Jody Lisa and Kirby and a brother Alonza Lenth visiting hours. 2 00-4 30 and 7 00-8 30 p. M. Visiting hours Are fixed for the Good of the patient. Please observe. Births boy or. And mrs. Tim Baldwin Cedar rapids april 18. Girl or. And mrs. Gary Heck Mann Clermont april 18. Medical Ronald Guyer Elgin april 18. John Erickson Clermont april 18. Mrs. Fred Waters Postville april 19. Discharged Kenneth Lerch april 19. Mrs. Emma Anderson april 21 mrs. Tim Baldwin and boy april 21. Mrs. Gary Heckmann and girl april 21. Ronald Guyer april 21. John Erickson april 24. Mrs. Rosena Krambeer april 24 mrs. Nora Jenkins april 24. Death mrs. Fred Waters Postville april 22. Soil stewardship week May 7 hardship week a a Revance which places Man s obligation to ids of the soil water sources will be ob-7-14, according to Hoff chairman Al Oty soil conservation conservation the i year s Observance the responsibility lit zen has in fulfilling his or her role As caretaker of the realm. The Alla Makee county soil conservation District and some 3,000 companion districts throughout the nation along with their state and National associations Are sponsoring the event for the 18th consecutive year. The conservation office will distribute upon request to churches of All faiths bulletin inserts and booklets created particularly for this years s Observance. The materials were prepared by the National association of conservation districts in consultation with a soil stewardship advisory committee composed of leading Church men in the nation. Members of the Alla Makee county soil conservation District stewardship committee Are John Schwartzhoff Curtis Piggott and Kenneth Remdt. Name local girl student nurse of the year Lois Carlson daughter of or and mrs. Emil Carlson was named As St. Luke s Hospital school of nursing student nurse of the year at the Cedar rapids school s Observance of National student nurses week. Miss Carlson will represent St Luke s at the Iowa Assn. Of nursing students state convention and prepare a paper concerning project breakthrough in Competition with other nurses for Iowa student nurse of the year. Project breakthrough is a statewide Effort to increase the number of nursing students from minority groups and of men student nurses. Bathhouse now enclosed at swimming Pool Pamela Flage assumes title As Guernsey Princess Pamela Flage daughter of the Leo Flages Rural Postville has been named Iowa state Guernsey Princess. She was alternate Princess and assumes the title since Princess Nancy Fike was recently married. Ithe Bathhouse at the Postville swimming Inow been enclosed and the plumbing and the fixtures inside is nearing completion. The dark spots in the roof of the Bathhouse Are skylights which will let the Light into the various rooms in the building. Services today for Nellie Waters services will be today wednesday april 26 at 1 30 . From St John s lutheran Church Waukon for mrs Fred Waters who died april 22 at Community memorial Hospital Postville. Schuttes is in charge of arrangements. Burial will be in the Frankville cemetery. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Pirates win first game of season the Postville pirates won their first baseball game of the season with a 4-3 Victory Over Elkader. The pirates scored three runs in the first inning on hits by Aaron Cook and Frank Roedl they scored the final winning run in the top of the seventh. Elkader scored two in the fifth and another in the seventh. John Dunlay recorded the Victory with 14 strikeouts. He issued five walks and gave up five hits. The pirates had a total of six hits and were charged with two errors. Last week they dropped their game to of a by a 2-1 score. The pirates scored first in the fifth inning of a tied the game in the sixth on two hits and a sacrifice Fly. They won the game in the Bottom of the seventh on two hits. Larry Mork and John Schroeder each had singles and Blaine Schultz connected with a double. Rih. E Postville 000 010 0-1 3 0 of a 000 001 1--2 5 1 batteries Postville Dunlay and Schroeder Wold and Corlett r h e Postville 300-000 1--4 6 2 Elkader 000 0 20 1--3 5 0 batteries Postville Dunlay and Schroeder Kuhland Bishof sky. Homemaker aides Complete course eleven ladies received their Home maker health aide pins and emblems upon the completion of a 30 hour homemaker health course april 14. Ladies completing the course from Alla Makee county were Alice Strong Lansing Evangeline Teslow and Norma Kruger of Waukon Lois , Dorchester Sylvia Meyer of now Albin and Helga Smith of Postville. The 30 hour pre service training course was held in Postville at the r a c building and the Postville Hospital. The area one adult education division coordinated and organized the course which included both Alla Makee and Clayton county applicants. The Alla Makee county Home maker Home health aides have Given service in 104 Homes throughout the county since the program began in january 1970, the Agency is funded by Federal Grants the county and fees for service. The main objective of the Agency is to give part time help to people who need it in their own Homes on a temporary basis or on a More permanent basis depending on the need. Anyone having questions regarding the Agency s services should Contact the Agency s office in the court House at Waukon or phone 568-2483 any time Between 9 00 . And 4 00 . W33k Days. St on sunday Daylight savings time begins sunday april 30. All times listed in the Herald from sunday on Are Daylight savings time. Turn clocks ahead saturday night when going to bed the new time will Start sunday morning. Librarians attend cooperation meet mrs. Marlen Schutte librarian and . Roy Knight assistant librarian attended an Eastern Iowa Library cooperation meeting in West Union april 20. Florence Stiles Public information director from Iowa state travelling Library spoke on Library planning and suggested ways to make the Library useful to More people. Do George Knudson professor of chemistry at Luther College showed slides on Northeast Iowa and spoke on the preservation of our heritage. The Coope Ratlae business meeting was conducted after a noon luncheon. At the regular monthly meeting of the town Council of Postville held april 6, claims were allowed in the sum of $15,106.34. An increase in the Cost of garbage collection rates to residents was also put into effect april 1 in order to alleviate a deficit in the operating costs. In other action the Council approved an application for cigarette permit and combined application for Beer permit and Liq or License for Linda Wolf successor to Violet Hangartner Gas Lite lounge & restaurant. A Resolution was adopted approving plans to improve the Extension of secondary Road no. 34 within the town. The Council will also study the matter of hard surfacing the Road that Borders the North Side of the Postville cemetery. This would be in cooperation with the Clayton county Board of supervisors. Bert a Hanson and associates West Union were retained to establish grades for the undeveloped streets in the Poesch blown subdivision North of Lull s Park the Council also agreed to pay one half of the Cost of materials for new bleachers at the Ball Diamond of Smith athletic Field provided the school District pays the other half. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday april 23-the Coffee hour was served by the Castalia lutheran women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Arthur Tolo Castalia lutheran Church. Gifts Plant and Flowers from the funerals of mrs. Clara Muehlethaler Don Gordon and Winnifred Sullivan. Cash gift from Illyria ladies Aid of Elgin. Memorials Cash memorials in memory of mrs. Clara Muehlethaler Elgin and mrs. Rose Dahms Postville. Activities mrs. Harry Tyler activity director attended the Northeast Iowa activity directors meeting in Decorah tuesday. Mrs. Tyler gave a demonstration of exercises for residents of nursing Homes. Thursday afternoon the women residents held their first Tea. Each woman invited someone to be her guest. Coffee Tea and cookies were served. Friday afternoon women from the Sunnyvale club of Elgin were hostesses for a Bingo party. The ladies provided prizes and a lunch. Dates places Given for May food stamp sales fallowing Are the dates times and location for food Stamps during the month of May May 4, 5, and 18 court House Waukon 10 00 . To 12 00 noon 12 30 . To 2 00 . May 9 citizens state Bank Postville 10 00 am. To 12 00 noon May 10 Kendt Brothers savings Bank Lansing 10 30 . To 12 00 noon. May 11 new Albin savings Bank new Albin 10 30 am to 12 00 noon. May 12 Kerndt Brothers sayings Bank harpers ferry 10 00 , to 11 30 . May 12 Farmers & merchants savings Bank Waterville 1 00 . To 2 00 . There will be no certification for Purchase of food Stamps on Sale dates in Waukon. Anyone wishing to apply or be re certified must do so prior to the Date they intend to buy tie Stamps. Also please Purchase Stamps at the time they Are sold in your Community. Sale dates Sale advertised saturday april 29-household and antique consignment Sale. Both and Willman auctioneers. Former resident Dies in Arizona word has been received lie re of the death sunday of Alpha Han Gartner at his Home in Yampell Arizona. Services for the former Postville resident will be held in Yampell thursday. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Drive nets $684.25 for fire victim Charles Chuck Fishback treasurer of the Postville commercial club is shown presenting a Check for $684.25 to a grateful Postville school teacher Joan Lamoyne. Miss Lamoyne lost All personal possessions and those of two nieces who live with her in a Home fire Friday March 31. The Postville commercial club sponsored a fund drive and contributions were handled by the two local Banks

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