Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of this page. Add to Cart

Postville Herald Newspaper Archives Jul 19 1972, Page 1

Low-resolution version. To view a high quality image

Start Free Trial
Postville Herald (Newspaper) - July 19, 1972, Postville, Iowa First year. Post i he serving the nub of the four county area two sections 12 pages Postville Iowa wednesday july 19, 1972 number 29 increase in Fer of l lunches i of 132,267 hot lunches Ter age of slightly less lunches Dally were i the hot lunch division Postville Community during the 1971-1972 car under the direction Helen Schupbach head the hot lunch program i 7,351 lunches More served during the 1970-i year or an average of 41 lunches daily lie increase was Attrel an increase of 47 Stu verage daily attendance sculpts for the hot lunch the 1971-1972 school mounted to $60,364.97 Jendi Tures totalled $60,-Hlie largest item of sex Are was for food a labor amounted to a equipment and re laced $156.69. Mischel a expenditures including purity taxes and taxes i employees re tire item As Well As Blue i Blue shield coverage i totalled $1,984.49. \ lunch Iund together with school funds is audited i by a certified Public tas required by state Lule adult lessons Lull swimming lessons i monday july 24, a Ken Lein Pool Mana lessons will be held toy and thursday from i will be from 8 to 10 land a charge of $1 per a the series of lessons. Be the instructor and Ive help from various she theatre Day thursday Friday i Day july 19, 20, 21 Walt Disney s song off with Lucile Watson pick Hattie Mcdaniel Hiskett Luana Patten and Jas Coll. Rated g. I monday and tuesday a and 25by an Cannon a co Ken Howard and Fen in such Good rated r. I withdraws evening be proposal of to be a kid again in the Good old summertime what a difference a year makes. A year ago the Herald ran a picture of workmen laying the forms outlining the foundation for Postville s swim Ming Pool As Hopes dimmed that the Pool would become a reality in 1971. Now in july 1972, this is where fhe action is. 1972 school census shows decline except in the 7-16 age bracket Trion of the area one 1-Toctuitcal school Here Unity College is being As a result of action the Board in its annual saturday july 8. " tether study the county oried or. Max dark Dent to withdraw the Ning College proposal to the state Board of i traction june 9, pendent Clark said that one turn to Page 12 according to the 1972 school census for the Postville Community schools there Are 1,335 individuals of school age 5-21 residing in the school District. This is a decrease of 45 from the 1,380 compiled in the 1970 school census. According to the 1972 school census there Are 1,268 children Between the Ages of 5 and 19 living in the District. This is a decrease of 34 from the 1,302 children Between the Ages of 5and 19 counted in 1970. Children Between the Ages of 7 and 16 numbered 881 in the District for the 1972 school census. This is an increase of 93 from 788 children Between the Ages of 7-16 counted for the 1970 census. Seven Hundred and thirty five children five years of age and under were counted in the 1972 school census As compared with 738 in 1970. Figures for five year Olds and under Are comparable except that in 1970, 43 children were listed As under 1 year of firemen s Assoc. To meet thursday the next regular monthly meeting of the Alla Makee county firemen s association will be held in Postville thursday evening july 20. Age while in 1972 Only 30 were listed. Of the 1,335 children in the District from 5-21 years of age 432 were living in Postville 338 in Rural Alla Makee county 246 in Clayton county 31 in Fayette county and 288 in Winneshiek county. According to state Law the school census must be taken once every two years during the june of the even numbered years. A Complete report of the 1972 school census for the Postville Community school District is As follows Sheryl sue Miller on Dean s list Sli Eryl sue Miller daughter of or. And mrs. Julius Dettmann Monona was recently named to the Dean s Honor list in the College of Liberal arts for the 1972 Spring semester at Drake University Des Moines. To qualify for this Honor the student must be enrolled for at least 12 hours of course work and achieve a Grade Point average of 3,5 or above on a 4.0 scale. Sale dates sales advertised sunday july 23 household Sale mrs. Claudina Reinhardt Lorenz m. Willman auctioneer Postville state Bank clerk. Postville Community school District census report-1972 town of Postville Alla Makee Rural Clayton Fayette Winneshiek totals children Between under 12 3 4 5 5-21 1 or. Or. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Yrs. Boys girls total 245 187 432 177 161 338 134 112 246 15 16 31 164 124 288 735 600 1,335 children Between 5-19 boys girls total children Between 7-16 boys girls total 9 20 20 22 21 16 8 7 16 9 11 17 6 10 10 11 7 12 0 0 0 1 0 3 7 10 8 8 13 9 30 47 54 51 52 57 228 180 168 154 128 105 15 16 155 119 408 322 233 31 274 160 130 118 108 82 76 10 11 109 77 290 226 158 21 186 High school activity fund shows decrease the balance shown for the Postville High school activity fund for june 30, 1972, was $5,827.98. This was a considerable decrease from the balance of $8,646,67 shown on june 30, 1971. On june 30, 1970, the balance was $4,983.86. Total receipts and transfers for the 1971-1972 school year amounted to $49,960,52, while the disbursements and transfers amounted to $52,779.21. The athletic fund is the largest single account in the activity fund. It started the year with a july 1, 1971, balance of $1,755.34 and received $9,792.56. Its expenditures amounted to $10,150.-61, leaving a balance of $1,397.29 at the end of the year. Slightly less was spent by the athletic fund for the year but receipts were considerably less than during the 1970-1971 school year. The rental fund received was-$8,792.01 while $8,668.11 was expended from the fund during the year. While these expenditures were less than receipts for the rental fund the fund started the year with a $724.91 deficit and ended the year with a $601.01 deficit a slight improvement in the deficit balance. Tie Fra was one of the most Active single accounts in the a Cha approves 5-Apt. Unit will Purchase City lot annual Jersey cattle show at Postville Fairgrounds saturday Parish #1 of the Iowa. Jersey cattle club will hold its annual show at the Postville Fairgrounds july 22. Anyone wishing to show registered Jersey cattle is asked to have them in the Dairy Bam and registered with the Secretary by 10 30 . Judging of the sires will begin at 11 00 and at 12 00 All will participate in a picnic dinner. Exhibitors businessmen and friends Are asked to bring a covered dish and their own table service beverage will be furnished. Judging will continue after the dinner. Nabholz Jersey farm of West Union is donating a registered Heifer calf to be sold to the highest bidder with proceeds going to further Parish activities. Postville merchants have donated Many prizes which will be Given to Junior winners in the various classes with each Junior exhibitor receiving a prize a trophy for Champion Heifer will be awarded by Postville state Bank while the citizens state Bank will award a trophy for showmanship. Other merchants contributing prizes Are Anderson s clothing Buren radio and to coast Cooks Shell service Falb motor co. Farmers Coop Foed store Farmers store Hall Roberts son Hanson s variety Kttleson co. Marianna Petroleum Nybergh Palmquist Postville feed Mill Postville Herald Postville implement Postville Paramount pharmacy Price hardware ubic Western Auto. All interested persons Are invited to the Fairgrounds saturday july 22, to see some of Northeast Iowa s finest Jersey cattle. Hospital news visiting hours. 2 00-4 30 and 7 00-8 30 p. M. Visiting hours Are fixed for the the patient. Please observe. Birth. Boy or. And mrs. Larry Butikofer Elgin july 12. Medical. Miss Louise Meier Postville july 10. William Christofferson Postville july 11. Harold Schultz Postville july 12. John Sautter Clermont july 12. Mrs. Robert Cox Postville july 13. Surgical. Leighton Schlake Postville july 12. J o d e e Johnson Postville july 13. Discharged. Mrs. Laurence Schott july 11. Merle k. Anderson july 11. John Sautter july 12. Mrs. Lyle Pritchard july 13. Jodee Johnson july 14. Ivity fund. It started the year with a balance of $1,432.62, received $6,835.36, but spent $7,990.82 to end tie year with a balance of $277.16. The above figures were taken from the activity fund annual report As submitted recently to the Board of education. All transactions in this activity fund and All other school funds Are audited annually by a certified Public accountant As required by state Law. Town of Postville becomes a City effective july 6 the town of Postville became known As the City of Postville for All Legal intents and purposes. The change was brought about by action of the Council of the town of Postville who acted under the Home Rule act passed by the sixty fourth Iowa general Assembly. In other action at the regular monthly meeting july 6, claims in the sum of $42,037.11 were allowed. The bid for one year s Supply of gasoline and diesel fuel was awarded Northeast farm service company the Council also appointed Stanley Schroeder to serve the unexpired term of Laverne Rose who resigned and appointed Darwin Fritz to a five year term to replace Ernie Brandt on the planning and zoning commission. The mayor also appointed both men to fill terms on the Board of adjustment under the zoning ordinance. Special meeting a special meeting of the City Council of Postville was held at 6 30 . July 10, for the purpose of receiving the Engineer s report on proposed improvements in the water pumping storage treatment and distribution system. The report recommended construction of an eight Inch Loop around the entire town to connect dead ends and bring tie water pressure in All areas up to Standard construction of a new 500,-000 gallon storage tank and con Robert Jones replaces Hawes As Secretary m. E. Van sickle building superintendent for ., was present for the Board meeting of Postville Community housing inc., monday july 10. Van sickle discussed plans and specifications for the proposed five apartment senior citizen housing project planned by Postville Community housing inc. Approval has been Given by For the three double bedroom and two one bedroom apartments voted by the Board of Postville Community housing inc. Plans and specifications Are being drawn in detail. It is hoped to have the plans ready for bid letting in August. In other action at the Board meeting Rev. Cletus j. Hawes submitted his resignation from the Board and from his position As Secretary. Robert e. Jones was Given a unanimous vote to fill the vacancy of Rev. Hawes on the Board of directors and the position of Secretary. The Board expressed their appreciation to Rev. Hawes for his service on the Board. Bart b. Hanson and associates inc., West Union made a Survey monday july 10, of the property on East Green Street for which Postville Community he using inc., has an option to Purchase from the City of Postville the results of the Survey indicate that the property will be adequate for the proposed senior citizen housing project. The Board passed a Resolution to exercise their option to Purchase the real estate Der consideration from the City of Postville Jeffrey Stavnes receives Grant Jeffrey Stavnes of Stalia son of . And . John Stavnes has been Given a Grant in Aid award from upper Iowa College Fayette. The award is made available to students who show Strong academic Promise of doing Good work at the College level and the Gia recipient is required to perform a service to the College such As working in the Bookstore Library administrative offices or for a department in the student s special area of interest Striction of a new pumping Plant. The Council deferred action until each member could further study the report and investigate a the City s finances. 694 574 1,268 479 402 881 a a Jam a i. Targe crowd attends Farewell for Rev. Hawes Postville High school summer baseball Teama urge crowd attended the co celebrated v and social program Here tuesday july  81 Bridget Catholic Church for the Farewell for c etus Hawes. Shown Here is part of the recep Cei Ved a certificate from the kiwanis club a key to the City of Postville and a Money gift from Mem Bers of the Parish. Members of the Community As Well As St. Bridget Parish participated in the pro the Postville High school summer baseball team has nearly completed their season despite several rain a uts. The games will not be re scheduled because league standings have been determined. Gary Marlow John Schroeder Scott Foster Aaron Cook Larry Mork and Jim Whitehead. Second Row Blaine Schultz Frank Roedl Mike Schutte Wayne Thompson Ron Marlow Craig Martin John Dunlay

Search all Postville, Iowa newspaper archives

All newspaper archives for July 19, 1972

Order a high-quality 18"x24" poster print of the page above.