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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - January 26, 1972, Postville, Iowa St year. Postville serving the Hub of the four county area Postville Iowa wednesday january 26, 1972 number 4 of injures students nge son of the Bennett i bit Idy Turner son of timers pm out to St wednesday january injured in a collision pm plow near Waukon. Ecel Ved Only minor Tare was taken to la a broken and Ery was performed on i Friday and be will be fed in traction Tor sever Floress is room 208, n Hospital Lacrosse fes tuesday irs. Tatro services Sere Oon Ivest Vermont lutheran Clermont at 1 30 . January 25, for mrs Aero who died at the Ity memorial Hospital j saturday january 22, a lingering illness. She 1 hospitalized since Jan Rev. Clarence John rated. Burial was in is cemetery Castalia a daughter of Ole Anderson was born july a Vermont receiving Tion in i at was Forrler tas the Woodland school Clermont. She was Bap lutheran Faith and a in the East Clermont Church november a was Active in Church Edas of ulcer in pros frying band and the mis Pety for several years. 1, 1905, she was mar Eroy Tatro and they lived Nily West of Cler survived by six Daugh Fred Viola Tann St. A Florida mrs. Harry Cooney and mrs. Fred Talley Iowa City mrs. Thazel Stee Castalia Facbert Andrea Bur ret times. Aimer Leo Alice Clermont three sons i and Roy Clermont and Art City Illinois Broth Rtin of Clermont John fester West Union and a bus. Bertuna Halverson Ere Are 32 grandchild great grandchildren and pieces and nephews. Tatro was preceded in her parents her Hus March 20, 1938, an in fighter Evelyn Minerva thers Julius Andrew Kelvin and Gilbert four Wren and one great w. Ii retailers not Post prices fers with revenues of less 80,000 annually Are no a object to base Price Post jute events Richard c. Acting District director h said today. This de is announced earlier by i commission. Retailers while Stul 3 other Price commas ulat Lons do not have to listing the base prices p announcing the Avail of base Price a Norma retailers Are still rata make available base formation if asked by w. They will also still to to monitoring and spot by the internal Revenue and documentation of ices must be made Avail if requested. A action the Price Corn reported it has informed Asrican pharmaceutical Bank clerk. Is february 2 per Sperty and equipment of a a Peterson. Farmers Bank West Union der Lorenz woman 8 and Orvyn Thompson i auctioneers. Dates claimed 3"ky, february 9 a estate and personal Sale of Frederick Wil oth Wellman aution -. February 23 Behnken. Ray of Triue state Bank clerk. Adult Farmers class begins Jan. 27 the adult Farmers evening school will meet this thursday at 8 00 . In the vocational agriculture room. Topic of discussion will be marketing and what farm Bureau As a Farmers organization is doing in the area. There will be a panel of farm Bureau members and organization team to present the program and answer questions on the problems of marketing today. This is the first meeting of a series of four meetings on marketing to be held As follows feb. 3 marketing As seen through the eyes of the no. Feb. 10 marketing by the Central marketing system. Feb. It marketing by the future markets. Refreshments will be served. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday january 23, the Coffee hour was served by the Bethlehem presbyterian Church. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Keith Kensinger Bethlehem presbyterian Church. Gifts Flowers from the funerals of mrs. Albert Perry and John Svendson. Memorials thirteen tree lamps which were placed in the resident s rooms were Given to the Center As a memorial to or. And mrs. Louis f. Schroeder. Activities on tuesday and thursday morning the residents can listen to a Story for one half hour. All residents that Are Able then take part in one half hour of group exercise. Tuesday and thursday afternoon there Are crafts in the activity room. Wednesday afternoon there is a Bible study class for anyone who cares to participate. On Friday a group enjoyed playing Bingo. The residents of the Good Samaritan Center Are enjoying a new ice maker machine purchased and paid for from the memorial fund. Apportion fines to school District auditor of state Lloyd a Smith has completed the audit of the clerk of court justices of the peace and one mayor in Alla Makee county and reports that during the year ending december 31, 1970700 cases were handled and $17,115.05 was collected in fines. The clerk of court handled 23 cases and collected $4,931.92 in fines. Mayor Joseph Deene Waukon handled 38 cases for a total of $540.00 collected in fines. Justices of peace Leslie Hull Paul Hueneman Reginald Walls Dewan Stendel Robert Zahn and Robert Zezulka handled a total of 639 cases collecting $11,643.-13 in fines a total of $17,115.05 from the three sources. The county treasurer s fines fund totalled $23,142,26, of which $16,596.88 was apportioned to school districts with Postville Community school receiving $2, 526.77. Alla Makee county school District received$9,912.16 Eastern Alla Makee Community $3, 544.64 and , Community $613.31. Auditor Smith reported that the 1969 Alla Makee county audit showed 720 cases totalling $18,-317.43 in fines collected. Be in program wednesday evening St. Bridget Hail a be in program consisting of the Marchoff dimes film More than love and a panel question and answer discussion willbe held in St. Bridget Parish Hall on wednesday evening january 26 at 7 30 . The film is directed toward prevention of birth defects. All women and girls sixth Grade and Over Are invited to participate. By March of dimes directives girls of school age Are to be accompanied by their Mother or an adult. Local clergymen prepare for Unity service local clergymen Are shown Here preparing for the Unity prayer service which will be held on sunday january 30, 2 00 p. M. In St. Paul lutheran Church As a conclusion to a week of prayer for Christian Unity. A Coffee hour will follow the service. Participating in the service Are Eft to right the Otto and the Rev. Norman i lest and of St. Paul lutheran Church the Rev. Cletus Hawes St. Bridget Catholic Church and the Rev. Dick Harberts Community presbyterian Church. Congregations of the three churches and others in the Community Are invited to attend. Herald photo. Income tax Book on Sale at local Post office a 160 Page Booklet that gives information on How to fill out Federal tax returns is now on Sale at Postville Post office postmaster Dorothy Lowell announced today it costs 75?, your Federal income tax was written by the internal Revenue service and contains Many examples to illustrate How the tax Law applies to actual situations a special feature of the Booklet is the Sample filled in return form 1040, keyed to pages where explanations can be found for each entry on the return. Another popular irs publication., tax guide for Small business can be purchased for 75? from supt. Of documents dept. To government printing office Wahsington d. C. 20402. This publication answers Many questions businessmen have about Federal income excise and employment taxes and also contains a 1972 tax Calendar with due dates for various tax and information a returns and payments. Announce dates for social Security the dates of the visits to Sauk on for the month of february Ware announced today by the Winona social Security District office. A representative will be in the Assembly room of the county courthouse in Waukon on the following wednesdays from 12 30 . To 2 00 . February 2, 9,  16 and 23. He will answer questions and help with claims for social Security and medicare benefits. If preferred persons May come to the Winona office 356 e. Sar la St., Winona Minnesota the office in Winona is open to the Public monday through Friday from 8 30 am. To 4 30 . " two films set for effigy Mounds two films will be shown this weekend at effigy Mounds Oregon and it s natural resources and ski the wild 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 . Dawn Timmermon on Dean s list Dawn Timmerman daughter of the Kenneth Timmermans was named to the Dean s list at Midland lutheran College Fremont Nebraska for the first term of the school year. Miss Timmerman was one of 62 students receiving a 4.0 aver at the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday january 26, 27, 28 and 29 Dustin Hoffman stars in Little big rated sunday monday and tuesday january 30, 31 and february 1 the Grissom gang with Kim Darby Scott Wilson Tony Musante Robert Lansing and Connie Stevens. Rated r. 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. Boy or. And mrs. Don Kregel Monona january 18. Medical. William k o e n i a Castalia january 18. Clifford Gisleson Elgin january 18. Mrs. De troupe Postville january 20. John a. Erickson Clermont january 21. Ernest Christen Elgin january 21. Mrs. Henry Lubbers Postville january 23. Scott Plant Postville january 23. Mrs. Rose Dahms Postville january 23. John Dundee Postville january 23. Surgical. Mrs. Marsha Turnipseed Monona january 18. Mrs. Loretta Oakland Postville january 20. Mrs. Jessie Kinsley Monona january 23. Discharged. Mrs. Clarence boots january 18. Terry Cummings january 18. Mrs. Nile Zieman january 18. Landry Kishman january 19. Jerome Uhlenhake january 20. Mrs. Don Kregel and boy january 21. Mrs. Robert Bluck january 22. Mrs. Marsha Turnipseed january 22. Mrs. Loretta Oakland january 22. Mrs. Neil Jones january 22. Clifford Gisleson january 22. Ole Loftsgard january 24. Death. Harley Helms Elgin january 20. Mrs. Mary Tatro Clermont january 22. Present gift to Cook for years of former and current town officials flank a. Burr Cook a he holds the weather station they presented him at the open House held in his Honor at memorial Hall sunday january 23. Or. Cook resigned december 31, 1971 a or serving 20 years As Council Man and mayor of Postville. Refreshments including a Good Luck cake were served. Pictured standing left to right Are Daniel d. Davis e. W. Kozelka Joseph b. Steele k. Ted Green James Ewing a. Burr Cook Leroy Odem Leslie Poesch and Cal Moe. Area students on Dean s list among the 1,458 students named to the Deans list for the fall Quarter at Iowa state University Ames were the following Craig j. Farmer Thomas w. Foels Gordon Gelo Larry Moore and it Al Ullestad. Also Peter Wolf of Clermont. Services today for Edgar c. Riser funeral services for Edgar c. Riser Are being held today wednesday january 26 in the Community presbyterian Church Postville at 10 30 . With the reverend Dick Harberts officiating. Or. Riser died january 22 in St. Mary s Hospital Rochester Minnesota where he had been since december 27. Edgar c. Riser son of Charlesj and Clara Hanson Riser was born january 29,1903, at Church town Alla Makee county Iowa where he received is Early education. He graduated from a Dairy course from Iowa state University Ames in 1926. His firs Job As butter maker was at Clinton he was hired As manager and butter maker at the Postville Creamery in november 1927, and remained until 1958. He served As manager of the Waukon Farmers cooperative Creamery for four years. In 1962 the Monona Luana Postville and Garnavillo creameries merged and formed the Northeast Iowa Dairy cooperative of which de was hired As manager. On april 14,1928, he was United in marriage to Nina Desart of Elgin. Or. Riser was a member of the Community presbyterian Church Postville joining by certificate october 4, 1964, he was a member of the . Lodge and brotherly love Lodge , and ., of which he served As Noble grand and master. As a member of the Iowa Creamery operators association he served As vice president in 1963, 1964, and 1965. He was preceded in death by his parents and two Brothers Leigh and Harold j. He is survived by his wife Nina one brother Carl of Rochester Minnesota four Sisters mrs Hazel sires of Postville , Bernice Kroeger Iowa City mrs. Burton Mitchell Utica Minnesota and mrs. Lor ene Eckles Rochester Minnesota and other relatives. Interment is in the Postville cemetery. Services held for mrs. Albert Perry services were held wednesday january 19 at 1 30 . From the Schutte funeral Home Postville a mrs. Albert Perry who died january 16 at her Home in Castalia the Rev Curtis Webster officiated Edna Ellen Manderfield was born on a farm in Bloomfield township Winneshiek county Iowa August 19, 1906, the daughter of Alex and Ella Anderson Manderfield. She received her education in the blk Hagen school and attended High school in Castalia she was baptized and confirmed in the Zion lutheran Church in Castalia on april 8, 1925 she was United in marriage to a be r t Perry. Three sons and three daughters were born to this Union. Mrs. Perry spent most of her life in the Castalia area except for 15 years when they lived in Minnesota she is survived by two sons Eugene of West Union and Lavern of Castalia two daughters Ramona is. Henry Limkemann of Cedar Falls and Marian mrs David Limkemann of Cedar rapids 14 grandchildren a brother Ralph Manderfield of Allison to was two Sisters Elvie Moore and Jessie mrs Wilfred mulches both of Waterloo. Mrs Perry was preceded in death by a son a daughter her parents a sister and a granddaughter. Burial was in the pleasant View cemetery Castalia. Board considers faculty requests the salary committee of the Postville education association made nine requests of the Postville Board of education at its special meeting last thursday evening. These requests were 1. Maintain the Pupil teacher ratio of the school at the same ratio As now exists. 2. Teachers to be paid for required course or curriculum development work completed or worked on during the summer. 3. An evaluation procedure jointly developed by the association and administration for the improvement of teaching skills 4. Establishment of a grievance procedure for faculty members 5. Adding four additional Legal holidays to the school Calendar As paid holidays. 6. Payment of family health insurance policy in addition to the present individual health insurance paid by the school District 7. Increasing the number of personal leave Days yearly from one paid and one unpaid to two paid and one without pay annually 8. Tuition reimbursement for any school District requirements such As meeting salary schedule Barrier requirements. 9. Increase the salary base for beginning teachers from $6, 960 to $7,050. The Board will examine the requests at its regular meeting monday february 7. The Board also set tuesday evening february 22 As the Date to have a special meeting to Confer with the salary committee. Both principals attended the meeting to discuss staffing and personnel with the Board the Board went on record to add an additional classroom teacher to the elementary staff for next year. Rev. Keith Kensinger attended the Board meeting and urged that additional personnel be added to the elementary faculty to promote More successful individualization of instruction. The resignation of Donald Brummitt As High school vocal instructor effective at the close of the present school year was presented and accepted. Brum Mit stated in his resignation that he plans to quit the teaching profession. Newspaper advertising for school athletic events was discussed. Members of the Board agreed that this advertising should be continued but be limited to one and per week. License deadline is january 31 Alla Makee county car owners who have not yet purchased 1972 car licenses Are being advised by county treasurer Art Wen Del that these licenses must be purchased before february 1 in order to avoid penalty. License fees become delinquent after january 31. Or. J. Svendsen interred saturday services were held saturday january 22 at Castalia Zion lutheran Church at 11 00 . For Johannes Svendsen who died wednesday january 19, in the Winneshiek county memorial Hospital in Decorah after a Short illness. The Rev. Arthur Tolo officiated. Johannes was born december 24, 1877 in Sands Stavanger Norway the son of Eleas and Martha Johnson Svendsen. Ife emigrated to Chicago in 1892 and went Westward from there pursuing various occupations fishing in Alaska and As Foreman of a logging Crew in the state of Washington until he homesteaded in North Dakota. I 1912 lie returned to Norway remaining there two years returning to the United states again in 1914. February 27,1915 he was United ii marriage near Ossian to Anna Mickelson who had come from or. Svendsen s Home Community in Norway. Their first Home was on the land farm near Ossian after which they secured a farm of their own and later moved to Castalia. Surviving children include mrs. Lyle Mildred Breitspreche mrs. Theodore Lille Zweibohmer mrs. Harley Ellen Thompson and Norman All of Ossian Reuben of Lawler mrs. Harry Arlette Bachelder Arthur j. And John a Svendsen of Castalia two half Brothers in Norway 29 grandchildren and 29 great grandchildren. He was preceded in death by his parents his wife on september 28, 1939 one son John a daughter Esther two grandchildren and a Brothe r. Burial was in the Stavanger lutheran cemetery Ossian. Students enrol in Isu program Arlyn Lenth Postville and Randy Steffens Clermont Haye enrolled for the Winter Quarter farm operation program at Iowa state University Ames. The farm operation program is designed for the student who is not Able to attend College during the entire academic year because of duties on the farm in the tall and Spring. Credits however May be applied towards a regular degree

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