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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 2, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville Jim adj serving the Hub j g 7yj my j of the four county area m year. Postville Iowa wednesday August 2, 1972 number 31 of the peace Iuri urn Reginald wails Tost township Lakee county Iowa ii therewith is a list of s appearing in my court b month of july 1972. By dispositions of each indicated below los som Postville fail-Rolwhicle--$10.00 and Schneider Postville yield 1/2 of Road Heine Shell Bock pressing yellow line costs id Paw Paw mich., a control vehicle-$20.00 us slow Postville car Fin car uncased-$10.00. Carlson Burlington i reciprocal ident Ifica Joo and costs Ruckdaschel Postville i-$8.40 and costs is Postville no slow Ile sign-$5.00 and Gilbertson Waterloo yield at Stop sign i costs. I Tidenberg Castalia i of Accident-$25,00 file Monona fail cd at Stop sign change Wibbels Preston be Dong change of Ven Noah Charles City j20.00 and costs. Syan waukon8.00 and costs. J Weissenberge la-fis., speeding-$20.00 the. Samaritan Center july 30 Coffee served by the Luana women. Services were conduct a Rev. John Mohr. I mrs. Paul Willman Feiner Dickman furies for the birthday of a Willman saturday oceans from Post vice pens Garden. A the youth in Loup and several to Peran Young people Center tuesday. I for the residents and a getting acquainted by monthly birthday 1 held on Friday. The or citizens were hos i entertainment was a the its enjoyed singing eng to the music. Re i were served. Jan and mrs. Emma celebrated birthdays will serve free Watermelon Postville s ridiculous Day at it might As Well be Spring but who needs it prolonged and intense Rains the past few Days Are leaving their Mark on country roads As these tracks clearly indicate. Heavy vehicles such As milk trucks Are having difficulties staying on the roads and at press time tuesday the Rains were still falling. Services held for former resident services were held july 14 in the Trinity presbyterian Church Modesto California for Adrian w. Gamble 63, social studies teacher at Pioneer continuation High school in Modesto. Or. Gamble died july 11 following a Brief illness a native of Maxwell Iowa or Gamble suffered a stroke last month. He had lived in Modesto since 1953, or. Gamble taught vocational agriculture in Postville Tor seven years from 1933-1940. He left teaching to work for the Railroad but returned to his original profession after moving to California a was a member of the Trinity presbyterian Church Board of directors of the Modesto y s Man s club the Trinity mariners club sunday school teachers and elders association and the brotherly love Lodge 204, a of & a. A in Postville. Survivors include his wife Arlene of Modesto sons Adrian Lefroy Gamble of Tehachapi and Larry Ward Gamble of Kalamazoo Michigan a sister Marie Quinn of Mesa Arizona Nephew and three grandchildren. Burial was in Lakewood a Ftp orial Park Modesto California. Seventh concert Friday evening the seventh in a series of eight concerts will be presented by the Postville summer , Friday August 4, at 8 00 . In the City Park. Rehearsal for this concert will be thursday at 7 30 . In the High school band room. Program Tor the concert is As follows Marcho Poco More. Green Summit overture Rcv Licek. Ballad for winds Minelli. Curtain at eight Walters. Bossa Nova Walters. Three classic miniatures Jackson tango for band Osser climb every Mountain Hammer Stein Goldfinger Newley How High the Moon Lewis. Traces Buie. Turn around look at me Capehart Hilo Dolly Herman. I Fael the Earth move King. Spanish Flea Wechter at the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday August 2, 3, 4 and 5 Gary Grimes Billy Green Bush and Luke Askew appear in the Culpepper cattle bated pm. Sunday monday and tuesday August 6, 7 and 8 Hannie Caulder. Rated a Hospital news 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. Medical. Mrs. Gurina Hansen Ossian july 21. Mrs. Ruth Crawford Postville july 22. Allen Ball Monona july 24. Joe Keppler Monona july 24. Mrs. Jim Henkes Monona july 24. Anthony Brincks jr., Ossian july 25. George e. Hertrampf Monona july 26. Mrs. Lyle Pritchard Farmersburg july 27. Bjarne Larson Elgin july 27. Mrs. Christina Halverson Postville july 27. Mrs. Rosena Krambeer Luana july 28. Mrs. Gene Stubberud Castalia july 28. Mrs. Inga Spilde Luana july 28. Miss Margaret Killen Monona july 31. Joyce Heins Luana july 31. Surgical. Robert Penrod Postville july set deadline to file for school posts candidates Tor the annual school election to be held monday september 11, have through tuesday August 22, to file nomination papers with school Secretary a . The election will be held to name two directors for three year terms. They include District no 2 the entire area included in Alla Makee county except the portion thereof included in the town of Postville and area member at Large the entire area of the school District included in Alla Makee Clayton Fayette and Winneshiek counties also the office of school treasurer for a two year term to expire july 1, 1975. The present director Tor District no. 2 is Leroy Duwe and the area director at Large is or. Paul n. Moser. W. A Khee land holds the office of school treasurer. 26. Cas mrs. Michael Finnegan Talia july 26. Mrs. Frances Miene Luana july 27. Discharged. Louise Meier july 27. Thomas Ryan july 28. Keith Garms july 28. Mrs. Gene Stubberud july 30. Allen Ball july 30. Mrs. Michael Finnegan july Sale dates dates claimed saturday August 19-antique and household Sale of Eva Fay Marvin Chevalier guardian. Chuck Roth auctioneer. Citizens state Bank clerk. Douglass pharmacy dedication at state fair aug. 21 the dedication ceremony for heritage Village at the Iowa state fair and for the 100 year old replica of the Douglass pharmacy Postville which will be a permanent part of the Village has been set Tor monday August 21, at 10 30 . This Day is also senior citizens Day at the fair making the dedication most appropriate. According to information received by the Douglass family Here from Robert g. Gibbs executive director of the Iowa pharmaceutical association it is expected the carpenters would finish construction last week and the fixtures acquired from the Douglass pharmacy would then be installed. Representatives of the Douglass family plan to attend the dedication in Des Moines and it is hoped other local persons May also be present. Other features of the Village include a 76 year old cell Block once the real thing in the town of Durant Wick i ups used by Plains indians copy of Iowa s first Church in Dubuque Little White school House and the 60 foot totem pole. Give new hours for county social service office the Alla Makee county Board of social services announces a change in office hours for the department of social services. The office will be open from 9 00 . To 3 00 ., through the noon hour. From 8 00 . To 9 00 . And from 3 00 . To 4 30 ., clients will be seen by appointments Only. The reason Tor the change in hours is to give the staff an Opportunity to Complete computations of Grants and applications received. This plan is being carried out by other social service offices in the state. Chris Kittleson receives scholarship Chris Kittleson daughter of or. And mrs. John Kittleson of Postville has been awarded an honorary presidential scholarship at Gustavus Adolphus College St. Peter Minnesota the honorary presidential scholarship is Given Only to a few students who have demonstrated during their High school years a capacity for exceptional academic excellence in College. Notice the Herald regrets that our Early publication time of tuesday noon prohibits reporting of election results. The results will appear in next week s Issue. Name uni students to Dean s list area students appearing on the Spring semester Dean s list at the University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls include Georgianne Brainard Carol Friederich Sharon Sampson Mary Schlee and Mary Swenson Postville Ronda Mcnally Linda Moon and Dianne Wilker Luana Marsha Gunderson Kathryn Meier and Anita Skelton Clermont. To qualify for this Honor students must have earned a Grade Point of 3.25 or higher in at least 14 hours of work during the semester. Plan Benefit game tonight tonight wednesday at 7 30 the Post vice women s softball team will play the Felco men s team in a Benefit game. This will be at Smith athletic Field. The hat will be passed at the game and any funds will go for the women s softball team to buy uniforms and equipment. If interest continues to be shown the team could join a league. Bond sales show continued increase f. C. O Rhey and Nathan , Waukon Volunteer county savings Bonds chairmen reported that june sales of series e and h savings Bonds in Alla Makee county were $20,354, this gives our county a six month total of $212,214 for 61 per cent of its 1972 quota. The state has six month total sales of $48,877,457 and has attained 58 per cent of the 1972 goal at the Halfway Point of the year. The current limit Tor the Purchase of series e Bonds per individual is $5,000 Issue Purchase Price. The current limit Tor series h Bonds is $5,000 lace value however the h Bonds limitation does not apply to h Bonds received in Exchange for series e Bonds. Six month sales and per cent of quotas attained Are shown Tor other counties in this area Clayton county $497,171 for 60 per cent Fayette $501,574, 56 per cent Winneshiek $371,496. Other events planned for fri., aug. 11 each year Postville s commercial club finds something different for their annual ridiculous Day and this year will be no exception. This year will be the wildest Ever according to an advertisement in this Issue of the Herald. Opening the ridiculous Day event Friday aug. 11, will be sidewalk sales starting at 8 ., with ridiculous prices on the merchandise. Also businessmen and women will be in ridiculous costumes. To insure that Many of the merchants Are in ridiculous costumes there will be a Kangaroo court. A new treat for shoppers will be on hand this year. Free slices of Watermelon will be served starting at 2 . More details will be announced this next week. To Kickoff the evening program will be the annual kiddie Parade at 7 ., with prizes to be awarded in the various age groups. Following the Parade there will be an ice Cream social sponsored by the local gop women. This just touches on the highlights of the Day so Mark your Calendar now to be in Postville All Day Friday August 11, for ridiculous Day. Services held for Walter Adam services were held july 20 at 10 30 am. From Bethlehem presbyterian Church Tor Walter Adam who died at Community memorial Hospital in Postville july 17. The Rev. Keith Kensinger officiated. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. Walter Adam son of William and Mary Stock Adam was born on a farm in Ludlow township december 24, 1908, he received his Early education in the Rural schools of Ludlow township. On june 30, 1936, or Adam was United in marriage to Helen Thornton at Frankville to this Union three children were born. I and mrs. Adam Farmed in Ludlow township their entire married life. He was preceded in death by his parents and a sister Mary mrs. Art Grotegut surviving Are his wife Helen two sons Neil of Lagrange Park Illinois and Walter or. At Home and a daughter mrs. Richard Jean Ann Davison of Cedar rapids. Also a brother Elmer of Postville two Sisters mrs John Helen Hansmeier Waukon and mrs Clarence Martha Lude King de Corah. Interment was in the Bethlehem 30 mrs. Jim Henkes july 30. Mrs. Ruth Crawford july 30. August Burrow july 30. Margaret Killen july 31. Frank Schmitz july 31. Gurina Hansen july 31. Mrs. Walter Lestina july 31. ,.i�", i i Long ways Between meetings Jurj. Early this summer when or. And mrs. Marvin Chevalier Ware onh n drop Nev mer a Young Indian Man in Munich Germany. Now it a be Chevaliers House guest for a few Days. Jai 10 j by la i new Delhi India is in the United states trying to find a  attend and he is shown Here conferring with Marvin Chevalier do us University Jai who is a graduate of a technical school in i. M mechanical engineering wants to Complete a course in me Iez engineering at a school in the United states but is having prob kin8 ten Neial arrangements. American legion installs officers the regular Alla Makee county american legion meeting was held at harpers ferry tuesday july 25. Officers for the year 1972-73 were elected and installed As follows. Robert Ron Man Postville commander Herbert Hageman Lansing vice commander James Ewing Postville adjutant and Lawrence Benda Waterville chaplain Roy d. Knight past department vice commander was installing officer. Roland Meyer George Huebner and Fred Jahncke were other Post vice legionnaires attending. Heart fund Campaign closes the Iowa heart fund Campaign closed june 30 exceeding its goal Alla Makee county did not exceed its goal but contributions totalled $4,018 Topping last year by $211. This figure includes memorials and contributions made during the year. Postville and Post township with mrs. Lavern Hose chairman contributed $621.00, Waukon was High with $1,182.45. Memorials received during the year Are used in heart research and Are always Welcome. Postville town baseball squad the Post vice town baseball team has now nearly completed its league play and has a 5-3 record. Members of the team Are front Row left to right Paul Bateman Cliff Marlow John Schroeder Larry Moore Bill Harris and Duane Koenig. Row. Grant Mork John Wessels Lee Palas Peck and Morvin Peck. Herald photo Back Larry

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