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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 16, 1972, Postville, Iowa Third monday is or s License Day Stville Iowa at orial Hall Postville serving the Hub of the four county area 2 sections 12 pages St year. Postville Iowa wednesday february 16, 1972 number 7 Community betterment ing Here Friday feb. 25 e been announced for my Unity betterment e Friday feb. 25 at e House of lanterns to betterment is a or donated at the state As As its objectives Ion of greater intern and involvement in ment of the physical Al social cultural la aspects of Iowa ram Ope it ing on the with local leadership action of All members Unity. The state s to provide impetus n for the local pro taking projects Dur Community better am is formulated to native in Iowa com ugh annual oomph to prizes and achieve is sponsored by office of planning and and seven Utility serving Iowa meeting is open to persons. Logic Al Luther son of or. And l3ge and a Luther or had been named Linnell Provost ant in logic for the Ster. Is majors in history y in a pre theology strict Fra held Here february 12, the a District of the strict chapter of the is of America held cd contest at Post a of the 15 schools strict competed for six contest areas Lighty Fra members chapters were Here contest of fresh of meetings fresh speaking Public extemporaneous momentary proce program of a St. Tired five of the six suits were As Fol Lan conduct of test Gold and will in the District team Are de kit Immerman Monty Lechtenberg Hall ton Groth and Joel i activities team 11 be competing in to. Team members Man Mark Schlee ing Gold. Contest Lederich. Or Silver and will i District contest by procedure and team members off Tim Enyart of Heve Andred re contest has not d but Postville in assurer s Book pre-1 Schultz Secre prepared by Jerald reporter s scrap by Dennis Turner test will be held Amosa. O close b. 21 be county Banks monday february Nee of the Legal so Langton s birthday i tonally observed the closing Are the and Postville state he. Dates advertised b. 19, farm Sale West Union. Dean sneers 1st Nat. A clerk. Of Marianna moves to remodeler office Marianna Petro and up Gas inc., has moves its offices from the basement of the Schutte building to 106 South Lawler in the former Overeen building. Extensive redecorating of the office area has nearly been completed according to Paul Schutte owner. The move was made to provide enlarged office space for the firm. His career now spans forty years e. W. Kozelka is pictured at his desk at Hall Roberts son where he presides As vice president and general manager. Or. Kozelka will have been with the firm 40 years this saturday february 19, having started his career mailing seed samples in 1932. Cites Many changes in business during the 40-year period this saturday february 19, culminates the 40th year of service of Edward w. Kozelka to the firm of Hall Roberts son marking one of the longest careers at one firm in this Community. Or. Kozelka started his career february 19, 1932, under the late Harvey Roberts with his first duties limited to answering mail mailing seed Cata logs and seed samples. At that time the firm was advertising in about 750 weekly newspapers and in seven farm magazines. In May of that year the bookkeeper became ill and de took Over the bookkeeping Job until november when he was retained on the staff to learn the general operation of the business. In 1934, when or. It Oberts went to Arizona he asked or. Kozelka to take Over the management and he has served continuously in that capacity with the current title of vice president and general manager. Many changes have taken place in the last 40 years. In 1932 the firm had a retail mail order seed business shipping into 37 states also bought sold and shipped Grain and was in the retail feed business until 1952 when the firm entered the wholesale feed business. In 1961 Tolfe Grain elevator was dismantled and the firm went out of the Grain business. Hall Roberts son is now primarily wholesale feed retail seed and animal health and has grown to Over eight times the size it was in 1932. Or. Kozelka and the business he represents have been very Active in the promotion of Postville. De has served in All the offices of the commercial club is a charter member of kiwanis serving As its president , District treasurer and 11 years As various committee chairman. He has served on the town Council was Active in the fund drive and construction of the Postville Community Hospital and Good Samaritan heme and is currently serving on the Postville state Bank Board is treasurer of the Postville Farmers Telephone co. Treasurer of the upper explorer land r c & d and the Alla Makee county r c & d and is president of the Iowa seed dealers association. It would seem that or. Roberts made a Wise decision 40 years ago when lie hired e. W. Kozelka a seedling that germinated to Fife top. Steven Kurth on Dean s list Steven l. Kurth Luana has been named to the Dean s Honor Rill for the 1971 fall semester at Northeast Missouri state College Kirksville to in order to be eligible for the Honor Roll a student must have earned an Overall Grade Point of a least 3 b for the semester and carried at least 12 hours. At the theatre thursday Friday and saturday feb. 17, 18 and 19 the House that dripped blood starring Peter Cushing rated up sunday monday and tuesday feb. 20, 21 and 22-James Garner and Lou Gossett Star in skin game rated g. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday february 13, the Coffee hour was served by the St. Olaf lutheran women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Robert Henricksen. Gifts Valentine cookies from. Young women s club of Clermont Valentine tray favors from the Clennon Junior auxiliary girls. Flowers from the funeral services of mrs. Emma rein Hardt will Koenig Louise Schroeder and a former Monona resident mrs. We. Kricke. Tray favors from the second Grade Pep club. Baked goods from the Junior class bake Sale. Memorials Cash memorial in memory of John Schroeder from or. And mrs. Lyle Zieman. Cash memorial in memory of we. Koenig from or. And mrs. Leslie Mundt of Ossian. Cash memorial in memory of Elizabeth Block from or. And mrs. Orville Peterson or. And mrs. Otto Anderegg and or. And mrs. Gilbert Meyer. Activities Susan Rose has been serving at the Center As a Volunteer Helper. Friday afternoon Many of the residents enjoyed playing Bingo. Correction in the Story carried last week by the Herald on the fire at the Harold Koth farm the fire was reported by Lloyd Oakland and Eli Martin along with an unidentified truck Driver who helped with the hogs and fire. Directors and managers of co operative school Board sets Calendar pays salaries the Postville Board of education at its regular meeting last monday evening approved the 1972-1973 school Calendar. This Calendar will Start classes on wednesday August 23 and schedules a pre school workshop for All faculty members on monday and tuesday August 21 and 22. The Calendar had been worked out by a committee of the Postville education association and approved by the pea. The Board voted a Day of professional leave to mrs. Virginia Lammert to attend a meeting of the Reading association in Des Moines Friday april 7. Mrs. Lammert will appear on the program. The Board also approved the reduction in hot lunch prices. The superintendent presented the Board with a policy on the selection of Library materials and asked that the members read the policy before the March meeting at which time it will be discussed. Approval was Given for the Purchase of a Gold stage curtain from the metropolitan Supply company to replace the one on the stage to the Large gym. The superintendent will solicit prices for repainting the gym. The Board will approve the use of non graduate credit in mathematics for either Don Drahn or James Connor to pass either he training Barrier or to establish themselves on the a & 15 column in the salary schedule. Ordinarily it is expected that such work be on the graduate level. Neither Man Las a major in mathematics but both Are teaching in this Field. Board Secretary Rollie Gray informed the Board that permission had been received to pay the Money held out of salaries during phase i of the wage freeze. The resignation of Janice Knight As teacher associate effective March 17, 1972, was received and approved. Miss Knight win enter graduate school for the luring Quarter. The request of the pea salary committee was discussed. A written reply will be composed and a meeting is scheduled for tuesday feb. 22. The Board authorized the Board president and Secretary to Pav recurring Bills such As electric tvs Gas and similar Bills and also to pay from the activity fund freight cod s and similar Bills with the Board being billed by the activity fund at a later Date. The superintendent stated that such Federal aids As those for idea vocational agriculture and vocational Home economics have under the present school finance Law no effect upon the finances of the school District. The state Aid under the present Law is merely Cut by the amount of any such Federal Aid received. Members of the Board of directors for the Coop society gathered for a picture following their annual meeting and dinner Here last tuesday. Left to right they Are Bob Rosberg Roy Knight Edwin Kirkestue Paul Miene Keith Smith Gilbert Livingood Keith Carlson cloy Schultz Eldo Sander Ewald Brandt and William Huinker. Herald photo. Name Lenth to breeders position Ronald a Lenth has been named to the advertising & Public relations department of the american breeders service inc., a subsidiary of w. R. Grace & co., de Forest wis. Lenth will be responsible for daughter photography of Abs bulls. He also will be handling publicity and news releases. Lenth was employed in the summer of 1969 with the Clayton county Extension office. While attending Iowa state University he was employed by the e3u Dairy farm and Dairy nutrition Laboratory. In june of 1970, he was employed by american breeders service. He is a 1970 graduate of Iowa state University with a b. S. Degree in Dairy science with minors in the Fields of agricultural Extension and agronomy. While attending Iowa state Lenth was Active in the Dairy science club serving As Secretary treasurer and chairman of several committees. Lenth was the Winner of the Paul p. Stewart William c. Bryant and Farmland industries scholarships. A Legal notice in this Issue tells of the contemplated construction of a paved Road from the Northeast Edge of Postville to the Blacktop mat runs Between Luana and Waukon. The proposed construction would be done in two phases. Tentatively scheduled for 1972 would be the grading and Culvert construction with a temporary Rock surface. In 1973 the paving would be completed. The Road would substantially follow the existing route and join the Luana Waukon Blacktop in Section 19 of Franklin township a total of about 6 Miles. The Complete plans for the proposed work Are available at the county engineers office in Waukon. Any interested person May request a Public hearing on the proposed project by delivering a written request to the county Engineer court House Waukon by 4 30 . Wednesday mar 8, 1972. In the event such a request is received a further notice of time and place of the hearing will be published. Last rites for Arno Engelhardt last rites were held wednesday feb 9, 1972, for Arno j. Engelhardt at St. Paul lutheran Church 10 a.m., with the Rev. Norman Ullestad officiating. Or. Engelhardt died february 6 at Northgate Manor Waukon. Burial was in the Farmersburg Wagner cemetery Farmersburg. Arno Engelhardt son of Henry Engelhardt and reka Schmidt Engelhardt was born sept. 6, 1895, at St. Olaf Wagner township. He was baptized sept. 25,1895, at Zion lutheran Church Clayton Center and confirmed april 4, 1909, at St. John s lutheran Church Farmersburg. He was received into membership in St Paul lutheran Church Postville december 28, 1952. He was married to Hattie Best of Elkader february 20, 1917. Three children were born to them. He Farmed All of his life in Clayton and Alla Makee counties moving to Postville in 1965. He served on the Council of St. Paul lutheran Church in Monona and was Active in the brotherhood. He was also a member of the farm Bureau. He was preceded in death by his parents his wife infant son four Brothers and three Sisters. Survivors include two sons Vernis and Oran Postville and two grandchildren. 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. Birth girl or. And mrs. Dan Buti Kofer Elgin february 10. Medical mrs. Dean Desart Elgin february 7. Mrs. Clara Harris Postville february 8. Clyde Hinman Luana february 9. Chester Green Postville february 9. Mrs. Louise Meyer Postville february 10. Laurie Follett Elgin february 11. Mrs. Elizabeth Duwe Postville february 13. Surgical Paul Chevalier Postville february 9. Discharged Eldo Kurdelmeier february 7. George Willis february 8. Mrs. Laura Haag february 9. Mrs. Kenneth Amundson and girl february 10. Mrs. Daryl Waters february 10. Mrs. Dean Desart february 10. Alfred Jacob february 10. Mrs. Ella Hangartner february 11. Chester Green february 12. Mrs. Lawrence Welzel february 12. Mrs. Dan Butikofer and girl february 13. Castalia firemen to hold meeting the annual meeting of the Castalia Community fire service will be held thursday february 17 at 8 00 . At the Castalia fire station. All voters of Bloom Field township Are invited to attend

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