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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 21, 1970, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the Hub of the four county area a ninth year. Postville Iowa wednesday january 21, 1970 no. 3 teacher a changes Loard meeting j Schaffner High school studies teacher for the be and a half years was from his contract by Stville Board of Educa of Jan. 23, 1970 so that accept a position with the department of Public Sandra Mahoney of Ute cited to this position for my semester. Miss a graduated fro Iowa College in Ames in Ler with a major in gov it and a minor in Sociol Iii is highly recommend a basis of her student in the Hoover High j in Des Moines where Light four government Ier actions the Board a the establishment of a High special education or the 1970-1971 school this class will be com if from 12 to 15 resident i and will be held in the school building. Space room has not been pro ret. The salary of this will be paid by the Board of education. Board discussed but did. Decisions upon the 1 of other teaching Posi Here will be for next ear. Plans Call for Only facial education room in in entry school. Plans hade to have three fifth j next year served by a a of three teachers two 1 associates and one teach r changes As recommend i the athletic director in in assignments for the of the school year were de. Dave Thomsen rep no Josten company Dis the Purchase of class with the Board but no was taken. Board approved giving a leave to mrs. Reher it pay so that she May a Pany her husband to the a Pendents convention at a City. Is to establish Home rooms Junior High students in of their working in the study Hall with the f s Given extra Bompensa or taking these Home during their free periods approved. Special meeting was set hav. Jan 19 at 8 00 p. Discuss matters on the which were not acted Postville state Bank elects officers at annual meeting the Annua meeting of the stockholders of the Postville state Bank was held monday evening Jan. 12. The directors re elected for the coming year Are or. F. Kiesau w. A. Kneeland e. W. Kozelka or. R. F. Schneider Harvey Schultz Kenneth j. Schultz and Lyle Zieman. The reports for the past year reflected a very satisfactory year s operation in every department. At the directors meeting following the stockholders meeting the officers and employees elected were As follows w. A. Knee land president Harvey Schultz vice president Ronald e. Taylor cashier and farm representative Helen g. Gray assistant cashier Jeanine Lenth Teller and bookkeeper Vada Guyer Teller and bookkeeper Judy Meyer Teller and bookkeeper Betty Landt Teller and bookkeeper. Mary Brainard services held for mrs. Mcnally services were held at 10 00 a. Jan. 16 at St. Bridget s Church in Postville for mrs. Richard Mcnally who died Jan 13 in memorial Hospital at Prairie Duchien Wisconsin where she was hospitalized following a stroke. Father Cletus Hawes officiated. Julana Mcnally was born sept. 14, 1909 in Alla Makee county the daughter of John Bray and Ruth Dundee Bray. She was married to Richard Mcnally May 28, 1931 in de Corah. To this Union nine children were born. Marlys mrs. Donald Klepper Marlene mrs. Reuben Adam Beulah mrs. Robert Goeke Fronzie mrs. Neil Jones Flora mrs. Leroy Brink Gloria mrs. Norman Duvel Jack and Dorothy and Milton who died in infancy. She was preceded in death by her parents two children and two Sisters. She is survived by her husband four Sisters and three Brothers. Burial was in Smith cemetery. Schutte s were in charge of arrangements. The theatre today Friday and saturday a 23 and 24--Rock Hudson pest Borgnine Star in ice j monday tuesday and nay Jan. 2526, 27 and Guam Holden stars in the Nas tree. Mother s night set for Jan. 27 wrestling meet the Postville High school athletic department has set tuesday Jan. 27, As Mother s night for the wrestling team. Mothers of the varsity and Junior varsity wrestlers will receive a letter this week admitting them free to the Turkey Valley meet according to Jim Foster athletic director. After the meet the mothers will be entertained by the squad in the All purpose room of the elementary building. Refreshments will be served. Alla Makee to join food stamp program Alla Makee and Keokuk counties Iowa Are among 211 project areas in the nation designated to Start food stamp programs by the u. S. Department of agriculture according to Dennis m. Doyle Midwest regional director of us a s food and nutrition service. The food stamp program helps eligible Low income families to boost their food purchasing Power by investing their own food Money in Federal food coupons of greater value. The coupons then Are spent just like Cash at retail food stores enabling Low income families to buy a More adequate diet. Both counties have been participating in us a s commodity distribution program Doyle said. They will Transfer into the food stamp program As soon As state and local welfare officials Complete operating arrangements. These arrangements include training of welfare caseworkers in the Community on food stamp program objectives and procedures providing arrangements for Coupon issuance and certifying needy families As eligible. At the same time fans staff members will meet with retail grocers and food wholesalers to make sure they understand the food Industry s role in the program. In addition grocers and wholesalers will be trained before they Are authorized to accept and redeem the food coupons. Wins 4-h club Chicago trip Mary Brainard will travel to Chicago Jan. 25-28 As one of thirty one Iowa delegates to the 1970 4-h Home improvement study tour. Mary 16, is the daughter of or. And mrs. Gene Brainard and has been a 4-h member for six years. She is a member of the Cherry Valley chums 4-h club. The girls chosen As the 1970 delegates come from the thirty one counties in the fort Dodge Mason City Waterloo and Dubuque Extension areas. Trip winners Are selected for their accomplishments in the. 4-h Home improvement project. Mary along with the other Iowa 4-h ers will stay at Chicago s Palmer House and will visit cultural and business Sites during the four Day award tour. Included on the schedule Are visits to the Prudential building the Chicago Public Library Art Institute and merchandise Mart. The merchandise Mart features show rooms with Home decorating ideas in furniture silk screen prints Wall coverings lighting and reproductions in painting and sculpture. Many of the trip winners use ideas they see on the tour to improve their own decorating projects. Accompanying the 4-h girls to Chicago will be Emelda Kunau Iowa state University Extension Home economist Harlan and mrs. Zetta Lind of Rippey. The Iowa counties emphasizing the 4-h Home improvement project Are eligible to select one 4-h member to participate in the Chicago study tour which is sponsored by the Sears Roebuck foundation. Georgene Lenth daughter of the Elden lengths and a member of the grand Meadow Larkette 4-h club also was selected As a Delegate. However miss Lenth is a student at Waldorf College in Forest City and will not be Able to make the trip. Citizens state Bank elects officers at tuesday meeting the regular annual meeting of the stockholders of the citizens state Bank was held at the banking rooms tuesday Jan. 13. Directors were reelected As follows Robert h. Burling m. F. Chevalier John Falb or. C. O. Marsh John a. Palas cloy a. Schultz jr., Paul a. Schutte. The following officers were named at the organizational meeting of the Board John a. Palas president m. F. Chevalier executive vice president Darwin a. Fritz cashier Marie Meyer assistant cashier and Victor Rathje farm representative. Mrs. Darrell Ott is Teller and bookkeeper and mrs. John Conner and mrs. Darlene Couto Are bookkeepers. The annual report presented showed another satisfactory business year for the Bank. A heft 5 jul of a. Order Trees today wednesday Jan. 21 Bill Ritter District forester will be in his office All Day on Jan. 21, 1970, to take orders for Nursery Stock from the state Forest Nursery. He will also answer any questions regarding Forest management conservation Etc. Any interested persons should visit his office at 105 1st . In Elkader or Call 245-1891. Beef cow calf Short course set a beef cow calf Enterprise Short course has been scheduled for Jan. 28 and feb 4 by the Northeast Iowa Extension area according to Jim Hosch Clayton county Extension director Elkader. The Short course will Start each Day at 10 00 . In the Alla Makee Clayton . Building at Postville. Any interested persons Are Welcome to attend. Four Iowa state University Extension specialists John Herrick Robert Debaca we. Nelson Gay will be on the program. They will be discussing management of the Herd nutrition and feeding calf management cow size and productivity Herd health programs and performance goals. Hosch invites interested Farmers to Contact him for further information about the two Day Short course. Postville s 1970 baby or. And mrs. Gary Brink of Rural Postville were the parents of the first baby born at Community memorial Hospital in 1970. Parents and baby will receive gifts from 18 Postville merchants. Mrs. Brink is shown with Cindy Marie who arrived Jan. 11. Cindy weighed 8 la. 14v2 oz., and joins three Brothers Gerald 9 Darrold 8 and Alan 3vi. Maternal grandparents Are or. And mrs. Roy Bigler of decor a and or. And mrs. Leo Brink Waukon Are the paternal grandparents. Or. Wolf was the attending physician. The 18 sponsoring merchants include Anderson s clothing Cal & Cora a citizens state Bank Cook s Shell service Dereen Farmers store Hanson a Koffee shop Meyer s Dairy and Grill Palmquist dept. Store Postville Herald Postville locker Postville state Bank Price hardware Schut Tes furniture Schutta s shoes s & s food liner and Tindell s shoe store. Herald photo. Girl s uniform drive Complete Short of goal the drive to collect funds for girl s uniforms at the Postville High school has been completed. The drive netted $905.11, which was a Little Short of the $1,000 goal. Members of the girl s teams have expressed thanks to All those who donated and also worked with the girls on collecting the funds. Hattie m. Stanley Dies in Missouri services Friday mrs. Hattie Mae Stanley died monday at Rolla Missouri. She would have been 102 Jan. 26. Services Are tentatively set for Friday at 1 30 . For the former Castalia postmaster. Schuttes Are in charge of arrangements. Auto plates must be purchased by february 1, 1970 automobile owners Are reminded this week by Alla Makee county treasurer Arthur Wendel that the 1970 License plates must be purchased and displayed on their cars by feb. 1 or a penalty will attach thereafter. A penalty of five per cent per month is added to the License Price after feb. 1. The minimum penalty allowed is $1.00. Owners wishing to store their vehicles Are reminded that this year the 31st Falls on saturday therefor plates and registration must be in the county treasurers office on or before Friday Jan. 30, thereby avoiding penalty if they wish to obtain a License later. Plates May be purchased at the county treasurer s office or through your Bank. Whooping Crane film at effigy Mounds an outstanding film on the almost extinct whooping Crane will be featured at the effigy Mounds film festival this weekend. No More than fifty five of these Large Graceful Birds remain in the world and they Are rarely seen in most parts of the country today. The River a movie photographed mainly on the Mississippi is the companion film. It shows the River s background origin present condition and land along the River. Both films will be shown at the effigy Mounds visitor Center beginning saturday Jan. 24. Showing times Are sat. 1 30, 2 30 and 3 30 p. Sunday hourly from 11 00 a. To 4 00 p. Monday at 1 30 p. Only. Effigy Mounds National Monument is located on Iowa state Highway 76, three Miles North of Marquette. Over 730 receive measles shots in Postville vaccinate 94% of children in county 1 & a total of 731 youngsters received their measles vaccine in the clinic held Here last tuesday morning. The total for the county was 3,569, which Alla Makee county health officials estimate is 94 per cent of the children in the county. Shown Here getting their shots Are left to right Walter 2, son of or. And mrs. Lloyd Rolfs Steven 3, son of or. And mrs. Donald Enyart and Andrew 2, son of or. And mrs. Leroy Odem All of Postville. Or. R. H. Palmer was the attending physician. Despite the faces of some of the youngsters the method of giving the vaccine is virtually painless. Herald photos. Jaycee banquet set for Jan. 29 Lee Hinricks past state president of the Iowa Jaycees will be the principal speaker at the annual Jaycees award banquet to be held thursday Jan. 29 at the All purpose room of the Cora b. Darling Grade school. The awards banquet will name the outstanding Young Farmer of of the area picked from a Field of candidates. In addition the outstanding Boss will be named the outstanding Jaycee and the distinguished serve award will be presented. Tickets May be purchased at the citizens state Bank or the Postville state Bank or from any Jaycee. Henry Landt interred monday services were held monday Jan. 19, 11 00 a. M., at St. Paul lutheran Church in Postville for Henry Landt who died at the Community memorial Hospital in Postville Jan. 16, at the age of 78. The Rev. R. H. Steege was in charge of the service. Henry Landt son of Carl and Friederike Kaufeld Landt was born on a farm near Monona on aug. 11. 1891. He was baptized into the lutheran Faith on sept. 20, 1891, confirmed in april 1905 and remained a life time member of the lutheran Church. Or. Landt was educated in the Rural schools of Clayton county. On dec. 22, 1914 he was United in marriage with Lietzie Heins at the lutheran parsonage in Monona. To this Union was born three daughters mrs. Harold Helen Lenth of Farmersburg mrs. Robert Leona Foels of Luana and Charlotte who passed away in infancy. Or. And mrs. Landt made their Home on a farm South of Luana until moving to Postville in 1946. He is survived by his wife a half sister in Milwaukee his two daughters seven grandchildren two great grandchildren nieces and nephews. He was preceded in death by his parents his daughter one sister one brother two half Sisters and three half Brothers. Burial was in Eno cemetery. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. Building permits drop in 1969 building permits issued during 1969 totalled Only $54,570 As compared to $383,555 in 1968. Permits issued included the following George Bowles Home $15,000 Harlan Schara Home $15,000 mrs. Elmer Schultz Home $19,000 David j. Koopman garage $1,-400 Sheldon Hall addition to garage $250.00 Louis Benje Gerdes storage building $120.00 David Schutte addition to Home $3,000 mrs. Ralph Bachtell garage $800.00. These figures do not include the Postville Library which was also started in 1969 at an estimated value of $75,000. A permit not needed for a municipally owned building. County legion meeting tuesday Jan. 27 the Alla Makee county american legion meeting will be tuesday Jan. 27 at harpers ferry at 8 00 p. A Post everlasting ceremony will be held As part of the program. Members Are urged to attend. Sole dates. Sales advertised saturday Jan. 24--household auction mrs. Harry Kuthe estate. Curtis Zieman Monona auctioneer. Dates claimed wednesday feb. 4--farm Sale Chester Green Postville. Clerk citizens state Bank auctioneers Diz Dean make Eaton. Friday feb. 6--Albert Grote gut. Ray Sweeney George Ash Bacher auctioneers. Saturday feb. 7 farm Sale Milo Livingood Postville. Clerk Postville state Bank auctioneer Stan Ewing. Saturday feb. 14--farm Sale Alvin Engelhardt Monona. Auctioneers Stan Ewing and Don Kregel Union state Bank clerk. Thursday feb. 19--Melvin Gjefle Waukon. Stan Ewing Ray Sweeney George Ashbacher auctioneers

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