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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - August 16, 1972, Postville, Iowa By third monday is River s License. Day Postville Iowa at will Hall frit year. Post i lie serving the us of the four county area ridiculous Day in Postville  a r / 1 tit a Postville Iowa wednesday August 16, 1972 number 33 incumbents file for school Board incumbents of the Postville Community school Board have filed for re election to the posts they Are currently serving. Tills includes Leroy Duwe from District no. 2 and or. Paul n. Moser member at Large. Both posts Are Tor three years w. A Kneeland has filed for the office he currently holds As school treasurer. Hie next two year term would expire july 1, 1975. The deadline Tor filing nomination papers is tuesday August 22. The annual school election will be held monday september 11. Services today for Rosena Krambeer services were being conducted today wednesday August 16, from St. John lutheran Church Luana for mrs Rosena Krambeer who died sunday August 13, at Post Lue Community Hospital. She had been hospitalized since july 28, the Rev. John Mohr officiated Rosena Eggert Krambeer was bom october 17, 1893, in grand Meadow township near Postville the daughter of Henry Eggert and Elizabeth Schroeder. She was baptized at St. Paul lutheran Church Postville by the Rev. Boeckelman december 20, 1893, and confirmed at the same Church on March 24, 1907, by the Rev. Puhl. She attended the Postville Community schools graduating with the class of 1911. December 9, 1915, she was United in marriage to Ben Krambeer at St. Paul lutheran Church. The couple lived on a number of farms near and around Luana until 1945 when they moved into the town of Luana. In 1945 she became a member of St. John lutheran Church Luana and a member of the american lutheran Church women. She was preceded in death by her husband in 1954, her parents and an infant sister Nora. Surviving Are two daughters Margaret mrs. Lynn Hangartner Donna Mae mrs. Loren Leas and a son Robert. There Are also seven grandchildren seven great grandchildren and a sister Florence in Arizona. Interment was in the lutheran cemetery Luana services held for Albert Grotegut funeral services were held tuesday August 8, at 2 30 . At Salem United Church of Christ Tor Albert Carl Grotegut 69, who died saturday in the Waukon Hospital. The Rev. Walter Clausing officiated. Born August 4, 1903 in Winneshiek county he was a son of Fred and Minnie Stock Grotegut. Or. Grotegut received his education in the area schools was a member of Salem Church and had lived and Farmed in the area All his life. December 28,1927 he was mar ried to Ruby Luebka in Alla Makee county. Mrs Grotegut survives also a daughter Darlene mrs Robert Eberling and a son Eugene both of Postville and three grandchildren. Two Sisters mrs. Emma Henning Postville and mrs Elmer Mary Herman Waukon also survive. Preceding him in death besides his parents were his Brothers and Sisters Simon John Martha Mabel and Lydia interment was in the Salem Church Ometery. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday August 16. 17, 18 and 19-"junior Bonner starring Steve Mcqueen Robert Preston. Rated up. Sunday monday and tuesday August 20, 21 and 22-"tales from the crypt with Peter cashing Joan Collins Patrick Magee and Richard Greene. Rated pm. Sale dates sales advertised saturday August 19-antique Aid household Sale of Eva Fay Marvin Chevalier guardian Chuck hot auctioneer. Citizens state Bank clerk. Dates claimed saturday september 2 r a trucking firm quitting business Sale in him Wellman auctioneer. Citizens state Bank clerk. Saturday september 9 consignment antique auction. Contact Wellman real estate Tor terns to be listed. Peggy Gehlin approve budget and contracts at meeting the official budget for the Postville Community schools  for the 1972-1973 school year was approved by the Board of education at its regular monthly meeting last monday evening. Several interested citizens of the school District were present at the budget hearing but no objections were filed. In other action the Board set a special meeting for monday August 14, at 8 . To act on a proposed policy permitting graduation of students in less than four years of High school. The Board went on record to authorize interscholastic athletics in All sports Tor both boys and girls in the seventh and eighth grades. According to this authorization no boy or girl in either the seventh or eighth Grade is to be Cut from any athletic squad and each boy or girl out Tor athletics on this Grade level must be played in a game with another school at least once during the season. Junior High students participating in such inter Scholas tic program must have school insurance and boys much have football coverage. The Board also adopted a new policy for the issuance of free and reduced Price lunches to students for Low income families. New teachers the Board approved a contract Tor mrs. Susan Groth Walters to serve As second Grade teacher and contracts for Peggy Gehin of Belleville Wisconsin and mrs. Daryl Crawford of Postville to act As teacher associates for the school year. Mrs Walters graduated this year from Luther College and will make her Home in decor a where her husband is a student. Miss Gehin graduated this year from the University of Wisconsin Platteville and mrs. Crawford graduated this year from the University of Northern Iowa the Board also approved the Transfer of Stephanie Stephens from a second Grade position to the first Grade position left vacant by the resignation of mrs. Paul Hexom the Board was reminded that the school election according to school Law would be held monday september 11, and that the regular september meeting would be held monday september 18. Set Cord for wrestling program at big four fair hard hitting professional wrestling action is on tap at the Fairgrounds at Postville Friday aug. 25, with the big four fair association sponsoring a four event All heavyweight program. Heading the lineup will be a tag team clash involving four of the Region s roughest grapplers. Forming one unit will be nature boy Kirby and Yasu Fuji. They la meet a Challenge from Rufus Jones and Omar Atlas. Kirby is a brawler from Indianapolis who sets a fast bruising Pace. His partner is a Crafty japanese who mixes judo and karate tactics with the More straight Forward american style of wrestling. Jones at 280 pounds is one of the biggest heavyweights in the midlands and the hardest to put Down. Atlas is a Stocky 230-Pound venezuelan with Speed skill and muscle. Iowa s own Harley race a Hammer listed 255-Pounder from Braddyville also will be in the lineup. The big Blond belter will meet Veteran Ronnie Etchison 248, in a test of Power. The special event will bring together the talented Fuji and equally skilled Atlas in a match with an International flavor. Also scheduled is a scrap Between the unruly Kirby and Jones. Starting time will be 8. Mary Crawford Susan Walters 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. Fay Ward Postville August 7. Mrs. Clara Christianson Elgin August 7. Gary Nims Clermont August 7. Margaret Killen Monona August 8. Cornell Riveland Luana August 8. Duwayne Feickert Postville August 9. August Burrow Clermont August 10. Carol Flack Postville August 10. Eugene Gilson Monona August 10. John Ambrose Monona August 11. Discharged. Donna Becker August 8. Will j. Nelson August 8. Mrs. Ralph Pearson August 9. 10. Mrs. Lyle Pritchard August 9. Leonard Rubendall August Gary Nims August 11. Carol Flack August 11. Duwayne Feickert August 11. John Ambrose August 14. Death. Mrs. Rosena Krambeer Luana August 13.  Postville Community housing fund drive now in full swing the drive to raise $10,000 for a m a bib the Postville Community housing vhf role i our in reopens after project is now in full swing. A t. Mailing this week will be sent to i a i dam Ishii Brief closing All residents in Postville with a local Deil Lullus later mailing to the residents  Happy lads and lassies lined of do strict. The four persons involved in up at the Entrance to the Hall �i0 too is needed to cover the Friday August 4, beating and m. Roberts Community swimming expenses of starting the project robbery of Leonard Rubendall in Pool monday afternoon when it Bull Jung a five my apartment his trailer Home Here appeared reopened As temperatures soar Complex for persons of retire in court in Waukon monday de into the 90s and High humidity remainder of the where Normal charges were made. Added to general discomfort. Wiy come from Cha the four involved Are Hayden the Pool had been closed Sev which Nasen approved. Watts 27, of Keokuk Susan Seyb eral Days due to an algae growth Ron profit corporation will 20, of Missouri Howard Burgess which developed and although a operate the apartment of Alexandria Missouri and considered harmful to swim Complex on a Low As possible Charles Brown 24, of Keokuk. Mers it plugged the filters Caus rent basis on each unit court appointed lawyers will ing the pumps to become i opera just cover maintenance and handle the Case. No Date has been Tulve. Enough to pay off the Low Cost set for me trial. It was believed that excessive Toan Over a Long period of time. Or. Rubendall who was hos Rains last week caused part of the Postville Community housing i tallied following the assault problem of a chemical imbalance has now picked up their has been released. In the altering system. Option on the lot on East Greene i Street from the City and As soon As the paper work is Complete Lyl full 4"h lies will emf Ulfo to corporation is1 also seek a a ii m we to ii Iii Iii no ing members. There has to be a _ _ a _ minimum of 25 Active members a Van aim Siam a a cilia Mim in the corporation for it to fun a i Csc Tullon at a Iulg i Ull Tion under existing regulations. Membership fees Are $5 Perper five Alla Makee county 4-h members on their ability to com son. Members will give 4-h education tunicate an idea to the audience the $5 membership fee is not Al presentations at the 1972 Iowa accuracy and originality and tax deductible but any Contri state fair. They Are Teresa knowledge of the subject. Button to the fund drive is. Eberling giving a presentation on Shirley Meyer Alla Makee the following is a list of the Safe travel Julie Lange and a r county 4-h and youth Leader contributors to Date for the fund Garet Brainard working As team said that 4-h members will help drive on their presentation entitled evaluate presentations with the 1,9v. Cletus j. Hawes. 25 the Wax works and Mary adult judge As part of their sex Robert h. Burling. 100 Jones and Jann Schellhammer Prience at the state fair. In Francis c. Buren or. 25 another team presentation about addition All members who give Harold Schroeder. 25 making de coup age boards. Presentations will have a half Day Hall Roberts son inc. 250 judges Tor the educational pre to visit othe r exhibits at the fair Cook s Shell service. 100 sent at Ion program evaluate 4-h to observe different methods used Palmquist s dept. Store. 25 to communicate messages. E. W. Kozelka. 100 Shirley added that presentation w. A. Kneeland. 25 firemen s Assoc. Topics cover a wide Range of sub mrs. Lawrence Felicia Jet matter such As narcotics Dresser. 25 to Oppi Kurt Jun recreation music buy Manship Falb motor co. 100 to meet thursday hobbies career exploration Auto Home Oil co. 100 the next regular monthly and motorcycle safety. She sex Marianna corporations 100 meeting of Alla Makee county vol planned that one reason for new Niemann lumber co. 100 Untener firemen s association topics is the expanding project s & s food liner. 100 will be held at harpers ferry program that attracts both Urban interstate Power co. 200 thursday evening August 17. And farm youth. Post Lue state Bank. 1,000 members who appear at the commercial hotel. 25 b. _. Iowa state fair Are chosen from de Klenk. 25 if four fair in county 4-h presentation citizens state Bank.1,000 t program and in nearly All cases " tickets on Sale St is a pork producers at Many firms show carcass a let or is sol final rites for contest Here Are now on Sale at a number of. Alla Makee county Park pro business firms in Postville. Sale Ralph Bir Cisell Duckers association Willhof their of the tickets closes wednesday r fifth an Ai Barrow show and car aug 23. Funeral services were held Cass contest at die big four fair the kids ride tickets Are five sunday August 13, at 2 . In Fairgrounds in Postville monday Tor one Dollar which Are Good the Frankville Community pres August 28, at 2p.m. Reports Elvin for Friday and saturday after by Terlan Church for Ralph r. Ranzenberger president of the Noons Only from 1 to 6 . Birdsell 71. Rev. Keith a. Ken county association. Season tickets purchased now Singer conducted the service and each pork producer is eligible will save fair goers Money Over burial was in the Frankville to bring in a pig for live Evalu the Price of admission at the cemetery. Action and to compete in the car Gate each Day. Ralph a Birdsell was born no Cass contest. Entries Are limited the tickets Are on Sale at the vember 21, 1900, in Winneshiek to Barrows weighing Over 200 full owing firms Postville state county the son of Eugene and pounds. To win the carcass must Bank citizens state Bank horse Margaret Brandt Birdsell he meet or exceed certain standards shoe tap Turner insurance Farmed All of his life in the Frank following the live show August Mabbs Schutta s shoes Han Ville area 28, the pigs will be taken to of son s variety s & s food liner he died August 11, 1972, at the car Mayer for cutout information the Grill Hoftoe shop Ander Winneshiek county memorial and will be purchased on a Grade son s clothing dub 51, the Hospital in de Corah. He is sur and yield basis. Farmers store Postville Para Vived by one brother Leo of a follow up meeting is planned mount pharmacy Frank s red Frankville. Schutte funeral ser for Early september in the to lantern Cal & Cora s 6c ser vice was in charge of arrange National agriculture room in vice and Hall Roberts son. Ments. Waukon. Winners in ridiculous Day kiddie Parade shown Here Are the winners from the kiddie Parade on ridiculous Day As they waited to be awarded their prizes. First place went to Ron Kostman and Steve Treloar with their ecology theme of keep America clean second Tom Mike and Sara Alveshere with Dave Bowlin and Marin Kiesau and Wells Fargo third Fred and Jackie Hoth and David Koenig and Leyne Stumme band Wagon fourth and Carla Bell As Reppeto and pinocchio fifth Michele White As Tonto and sixth Loren Looney and Craig Everman with dressed dog

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