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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - February 23, 1972, Postville, Iowa O ired Check Mark a in the Circle your sub on to the Herald is due. Tompt attention will be a rated. The publisher. Postville serving the Hub of the four county area first year. Postville Iowa wednesday february 23, 1972 number 8. A Hose in be service Miletes training private Dean w. Hyde of or. And mrs. Wood Hyde Clermont recent lated nine weeks of and Jendl visual infantry train. Polk la. The course he received l training and lived aider j Vietnam conditions for fighting off night attacks meting raids on enemy he was taught methods Ling Booby traps setting is and avoiding enemy specialized training in Imam unit tactics map Iland mine warfare Corn tons and firing the m-16 i-60 machine gun and the rocket launcher. Hyde is a 1971 graduate High school Elgin Iowa discharged be Thoma arrived Home having received Hladis of the . He had past year on duty in new address Tew address for Monte Sil Cpl Monte r. Dun-�64-7337, bks 411 mat Lutc , milling Fie see 38054. New addresses dresses have been re rom Robert and David a follows sp/5 Robert 6221 Apt. A Collins Ort Bliss Texas 79906 Bedal 415 s. Atlanticb2, fort Lauderdale 3316. New address address has been re a Robert Benson As Fol Robert Lee Benson 7, trans building 345, Tion Newport Rhode. Address Given who recently left vice is now Unalaska. J is is pvt. Ronald d. -62-5594, co. C 308thit. Richardson to Seattle 98749. Lew Date for on Cert Public services held for mrs. Obert Harris services were conducted from St. Paul lutheran Church thursday february 17, for mrs. Obert Harris who died february 14 at Community memorial Hospital Postville. The Rev. Norman Ulle stad officiated. Clara Klein Harris daughter of August Klein and his wife Hanna lurking Klein was born june 8, 1893, in Alla Makee county. She was baptized and confirmed in Bethlehem presbyterian Church in Ludlow. November 27, 1912, she was United in marriage to Obert Harris in Waukon. To this Union 12 children were born. The couple Farmed in Alla Makee county until they retired and moved to Postville. Mrs. Harris was preceded in de ath by her husband her parents two Brothers one sister and four grandchildren. She is survived by 12 children mrs. Vern Beulah Meyer Robert and Leo Postville Milo Lynxville Wisconsin mrs Robert Gertrude Block state Center mrs. Ray Rath bum Ham Sparta Wisconsin George be Moore California mrs Luther Hazel Percy Electra Texas Virgil Bloomingdale Illinois Don san Pedro California Russell Manchester mrs. Marvin Lula Kruse Luana 44 grandchildren 66 great grandchildren one great great grandchild one sister mrs. William Anna Duval Waukon. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. To by concert scheduled for february 22, at the nigh As postponed and is now for monday evening 28, at 8 00 . Ill be an instrumental 1 concert of Light my the Public s enjoyment Lis no admission charge. Students a sunday nursing Caps at the of Iowa College of Slowa City sunday were Chevalier daughter of Chevaliers and Ann daughter of the Millard Clermont. Dents Are sophomores ersty. Fra will test seed germination the Fra chapter is again testing seed germination for a fee of 25? per Sample. Farmers wanting seed tested should bring samples to the Voag room at school or give to any Fra member for delivery to the school. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday february 20, the Coffee hour was served by the West Clermont lutheran Church women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Clarence Johnson Clermont lutheran Church. Gifts the Henderson Prairie club brought tray favors. Flowers from the funerals of mrs. Clara Harris and Ann Dennler of Elgin. Memorials Cash memorial in memory of Louise Schroeder from or. And mrs. Bernard Hansen of Elgin. Cash memorial in memory of John Svendsen Castalia from or. And mrs. Milton Helgerson Castalia or. And mrs Milo Helgerson Postville and or. And mrs. Howard Bakken of Decorah. Activities monday afternoon the Valentine Box was opened and All residents received Valentines and treats. Friday afternoon the residents enjoyed the film songs of the Wildwood i saturday afternoon members of mrs. Mary Olson s family came and celebrated her birthday with her. Birthday cake was served to the other residents for supper brought by the guests. Eludes years of service Leo Birdsell is pictured handing Over the clerk Ision books to mrs. Roger Sampson new cleric of a joint meeting of the Frankville Bethlehem to Seville churches monday february 14. Air. I retired after serving 27 years As c, ,. And 38 years As an elder in the Frankville Unity presbyterian Church. He was presented in Honor of his years of service. Mrs. Robert Ray in Waukon Mon. Mrs. Robert d. Ray wife of the governor of Iowa will visit with Alla Makee county people at the red owl Coffee shop monday february 27 Between 10 00 and 11 00 am. Postville persons desiring transportation should Contact mrs. Sam Harris or mrs. A f. Schlein. Mrs. Ray will also appear at a reception monday february 28 at the Tom Jones Home 302 s. Anderson St. In Monona Between 2 30 and 4 00 . Set athletic banquet tuesday mar. 21 it takes a lot of crust for 8500 pies mrs. Arbie Rose is pictured Here holding a Raisin Cream pie just taken from her oven while a George Washington special Cherry pie awaits removal. The pies add up to 8500 pastries mrs. Rose has baked during the last four years. Largest order was 39 pies for one Day a Hobby that developed into a daily Job keeps mrs. Arbie Rose Busy in a setting she is happiest and most comfortable in. Her own Home. Lis re she turns out an average of nine to 12 pies a Day depending on the season and Over the last four years has baked 8500 pies. She supplies pies daily to three local restaurants and bakes for individuals As Well. Hattie As she is Best known gets up at 4 30 . To Start the Baller crust a rolling. Pies Are baked fresh daily there Are no pies in her Freezer. Mrs. Rose buys flour in 25 Pound quantities and purchases 60 pounds of sugar once a month. During the season she always uses fresh apples and freezes Large quantities of rhubarb for the rhubarb pies. She has a standing order for two custard pies every saturday but recalls with Chagrin the first Day she was to fill that order she forgot to bake the pies. Although she rotates the kind of pies Dally the favourites Are Raisin sour Cream pumpkin Apple and Cherry. The largest order filled in one Day was 39 for the flying Farmers when they met at Widen Pond. She Ala baked 22 pies when St. Bridget s Church had their beef Barbecue. During the last thanksgiving Holiday she turned out 90 pies for weary housewives. Her rhubarb pie is just a Little different than most and she graciously agreed to share her rec ipe like most Good Cooks her recipes Are not exact but one can t go fir wrong on his one fill an unbaked Shell with diced rhubarb. Soak two slices of bread squeeze out the water. Add 1 cup sugar 1/4 cup butter or Margarine 1 beaten egg and 1 Teaspoon Salt. Stir Well and spoon Over the rhubarb. Bake at 400 for 15 minttes then at 350 until done. The bread forms a unique crust on the top of this single crust pie. We sampled her rhubarb Raisin and Cherry pies and could t decide which we liked Best. All we could say about each one was try it you la like at the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday february 23, 24, 25 and 26 summer of "42" with Jennifer o Neill Gary Grimes Jerry Houser and Oliver Conant. Rated r. Sunday monday tuesday and wednesday february 27, 28, 29 and March 1 Black Beauty with Mark Lester and Walter sle Zak. Rated g. Special drug film panic in Needle Park will be shown at the Iris theatre thursday Friday and saturday March 2, 3 and 4. It is a movie about kids who smoke pot for kicks and then go to stronger drugs. Recommended for 12year Olds and older. Annual Barrow show set for March 18 the second annual big River Barrow show is being planned Tor pork producers in Alla Makee and Clayton county Iowa and Grant and Crawford counties of Wisconsin reports Lee Gruen Haupt county Extension director. The Barrow show is planned for saturday March 18, starting at 11 am. At the Oscar Mayer stockyard prarie Duchien Wisconsin. The contest rules state that this will be a Barrows Only event with Barrows weighing Between 200# and 240#. There is a limit of two animals per exhibitor or firm with an entry fee of $1.00 per pig. Weighing will Start at 9 . On March 18 and All pigs should be in by 11 . Trophies and Cash prizes will be awarded to both top live animals and top carcass animals. For additional information and entry Blanks Contact the county Extension office in any of the four counties. Republican women set Spring meet the Iowa is duration of Republican women s Spring conference will be held on wednesday March 15 at the hotel it. Des Moines in Des Moines. The featured speaker will be mrs. George Romney wife of the Secretary of housing and Urban development. The conference will Convene at 9 30 am. With special reports on the White House conference on the aging Young voters and workshops covering All phases of the i few plans for political action in 1972. Reservations must be in before March 10. Anyone interested in attending the conference May make reservations by contacting mrs. Sam Harris Postville local meeting the Postville Community Republican women met at memorial Hall thursday february 17 with president mrs. Sam Harris presiding. Mrs Marvin Chevalier and mrs. Vic Rathje presented the program Republican Structure and let s find out How much we mrs. Arbie Heckman served refreshments. The next meeting will be at memorial Hall March 13 at 8 00 . World Day prayer Friday March 3 the world Day Ospray Ersery ices will be held at the Community presbyterian Church Postville Friday March 3at 2 00 . The theme is All Joy be yours ladies from the Catholic lutheran and presbyterian churches will participate. Tiie Rev. Dick Harberts will present a Short message a period of refreshment and Fellowship will follow. A Nursery will be provided Tor Small children. Discuss new Laws at adult class the adult Farmers class will meet thursday 8 00 . In the Voag room at the High school to discuss new Laws pertaining to farm safety water pollution under the new soil conservancy Bill and the proposed legislation on feedlot Runoff control regulations. If a Farmer raised More than 70 Dairy cows 500 Swine 100 beef cattle or if confined 50 or More Dairy cows 250 Swine 40 or More Dairy cows the Laws will affect that Farmer. Everyone is invited to attend. Elect Miene Klinge to county posts Paul Miene who farms near Postville was elected to represent agricultural interests and Kermit Klinge Clayton county supervisor was announced As the representative of the Board of supervisors at the annual meeting of the Clayton county steering committee of the upper sex pm Overland Rcd project on february 14 in Elkader. Miene who operates a 280 acre Dairy hog farm operation succeeds la veme Garms of Luana on the committee. Garms served the two years since the organization of this project in april 1970. Miene will also represent agriculture on the five county project steering committee of the Overall upper explorer land Rcd project. He was elected to a three year term. Kermit Klinge was reappointed to this county committee by the Board of supervisors. He has served on the committee since its organization. He was also named vice chairman of the county steering committee and will continue to function As Clayton county s representative for land and water use on the five county project steering committee. The six county steering committee members include Oscar Pufahl of Guttenberg v. E. Gos Sman and Homer Griffith of Elkader Menlo Voss of Garber Klinge and Miene. Also at this meeting David Kudej recently appointed us a Rcd project coordinator from Postville explained that a project plan is now being developed. This plan will include project proposals that will Benefit this area along the lines of better use of soil and water new expanding Industry Fuller employment adequate health and educational services improved recreation increased wildlife and Many other opportunities to make this area a better place to live work play and retire. Counties in this five county upper explorer land Rcd project include Clayton Fayette Winneshiek Howard and Alla Makee. Lorraine s shop in new location starting monday Lorraine s tots and teens will be open for business in a new location one door South of their present facilities. The new location is the former coast to coast store. Hospital notes the annual Postville High school athletic banquet has been set for tuesday mar. 21, Jim Foster Postville High school athletic director announced this week. Speaker for the banquet will be Dave Harty who is now assistant executive Secretary of the Iowa High school athletic association. He was formerly a wrestling coach in Postville. The banquet will be held at St. Paul lutheran Church and is sponsored by the Postville commercial club. Tickets $3.00 each will soon be available. Birth girl or. And mrs. Gene Klinge Maynard february 15. Boy or. And mrs. Martin Plaht Luana february 19. Girl or. And mrs. James Bernard Prairie Duchien wis., february 19. Medical Alfred Meyer Postville february 16. Frank Tehel sr., Postville february 16. Terrence Lenth Luana february 17. Mrs. Lena Schutte Postville february 17. Frank Harris Postville february 18. Mrs. Tilpher Bilden Elgin february 19. Stacy Bechtel Postville february 19. Mrs. Minnie Miller Postville february 20. Mrs. Dwayne Suckow Postville february 20. Discharged Paul Chevalier february 15. Laurie Follett february 15. Mrs. Louise Meyer february 17. Mrs. Gene Klinge and girl february 18. Frank Schmitz february 18. Frank Harris february 19. Stacy Bechtel february 21. Death mrs. Clara Harris Postville february 14. Clyde Hinman Luana february 17. Memorial to Rose Klima from friends and relatives $15.00. To John Schroeder from friends and relatives $8.00. Film festival at effigy Mounds the companion films to be shown this weekend at effigy Mounds Mcgregor Are the totem pole and the Sockeye Odyssey. Show times Are saturday at 1 00, 2 00 and 3 00 . Sunday at 11 00 ., 12 00 noon 1 00, 2 00, 3 00 and 4 00 . And monday at 1 00 . Corn and soybean sessions thursday a Corn and soybean production meeting will be held on thursday february 24, from 10 , to 3 . At the Extension office in Waukon reports Lee Gruenhaupt county Extension director. This Extension sponsored meeting will cover soybean production in the morning session and Corn production in the afternoon. Each session will cover the Basic management practices necessary for Good production such As fertilization Weed and insect control varieties and timely operations. Presenting the program will be Wayne Zletz area crop production specialist and Lee Gruenhaupt county Extension director All interested Farmers Are encouraged to attend either or both sessions. Winners of doubles title left to right or. And mrs. Dennis Dundee and or. And mrs. Chuck Hawkins of Postville were the mixed doubles champions in the City tournament held at i Way lanes recently. They rolled a combined total of 2158 pins. Mail letters this week for easter seals More than 4,000 letters with easter seals will go into the mail this week to Alla Makee county residents mrs. Joseph Deeney easter Seal chairman for the county announced. Funds received in the easter Seal Campaign Are used to bring easter Seal services to handicapped people through easter Seal society for crippled children and adults of Iowa inc. Helping the annual fund Appeal is mrs. Alfred Hanson finance chairman and mrs. L. A Smock publicity chairman. . John Martins is chairman for Postville. The 1972 easter Seal Campaign runs february 28 to april 2. Brandt Given pin elect Linderbaum at Mpa meeting Mississippi Valley milk producers association members attended the coops annual meeting at the Dubuque county fair grounds tuesday february 15. Assets total 13 million dollars and the cooperative expects sales to reach 70 million dollars this year. The results of District meeting contests were announced. Directors elected for a two year term were Don Jecklin Peosta Virgil Kregel Guttenberg Elmer paper Stockton Wilbur Weise Ackley Richard Mardorf Monti cello three year term winners were Charles Linderbaum Castalia Thomas Dinsdale Traer Vemon Becker Hopkinton Justin supple Hopkinton Charles Messier or.  it. Carroll Illinois Cleo Nurre Dyersville Cleo Frazier Boone. Elaine Broadwater owner of Elaine s crafts and hobbies shop in Dubuque presented a Craft program during the ladies session. Kathy Thorstenson Iowa Dairy Princess from Waterville represented Iowa s Dairy Farmers and was the official spokesman for the Industry at the meeting. Two outstanding Young Cooper airs and their wives or. Mrs. John burhop Oxford Junction and or. & mrs. Lowel Gehrls Dixon Iowa reported on their recent trip to the National milk producers federation meeting held in bal Harbour Florida. Bob Nance farm director wet wet to Cedar rapids received Mempa s 2nd annual news Media award. Chairman of the member and Public relations committee Marvin Schlitzer Dubuque presented a plaque to Vivian Jecklin Peosta for being named youth scholar to the american Institute of cooperation. Youn co operator plaques were Given to the Bur hops and Gehrls. Directors recognition pins were Given to six directors for tenure on the Board of directors. Those directors receiving 5 year pins were Ewald Brandt Postville Virgil Kregel Guttenberg Gordon Lamont Apple River Illinois Charles Linderbaum Castalia. Ten year pins went to the following directors Edward Kruse Monona Marvin Zitter Gruen Monona. Clyde Hinman interred saturday funeral services were conducted for Clyde Hinman saturday february 19, at 1 30 . From the Luana methodist Church. The Rev. Roger Davis officiated or. Hinman a longtime Rural mail Carrier at Luana died february 17, 1972, burial was in the Luana City cemetery

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