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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 14, 1972, Postville, Iowa Y fro monday is Day at Morial Hall first year. Postville m my Jim my my a of the four county area it a Weir Postville Iowa wednesday june 14, 1972 2 sections 12 pages number 24 Neil adopts of on Bage service regular monthly meet 8 town Council of Post juju 1, claims in the amount 443,01 were allowed. Sen Tatlas of Howard a co appeared and gave an regress report on the ening phase of the proposed Rater system improve i special meeting will d july 10 for the presenta the Engineer s written to include final Cost is Ete. Ordinance changes were As published in the june of the Postville Herald Kerns dancing on the s where Beer is sold the regarding the use of by in town. Or action a garbage ool policy was adopted pro but All persons who Par in the use of the town s service on an irregular including those absent Durer months or on vacation 1 be billed on the regular teacher vocal music so Nelson Davenport died a contract to teach Isle in the Postville High during the 1972-1973 year. Nelson is a Grad Ite University of Dubuque major in music. He taught i the Keota Community be year and for the past is has taught instruments and acted As High school director at the Beckman Hool Dyersville lege he was president of a ersty of Dubuque choir Edas assistant director a College choir. In addition j a member of the College r group. He was choir j at the first presbyter pc Dubuque for Sev jews Nelson and his wife plan to Postville sometime Mer if they can find i busing. Summer recreation program starts monday june 19 the kiwanis sponsored summer be creation program for boys and girls in the Postville area will extend from june 19 to july 14. Boys and girl Between the Ages of 8 and 14 who Are interested in summer recreation should appear monday morning june 19 at 8 30 am. At Smith athletic Field. The program will be organized at this time. Offer prizes to those attending dance revue a total of 33 business places in Postville Are offering prizes Lor the Schatz dance revue Friday june 16 at 8 . In the Greene Street Park. The tickets and registration Tor the drawing will be at the Park following the band concert at 7 30 . Anyone wishing to donate to the prize list should Contact Ralph Hanson or Roy Knight. The dance revue will present a number of local youngsters in various acts. Firms donating the prizes Are citizens state Bank Dorothy s Hobby shop Lorraine s tots and to ens Ruby s fashion shop Price hardware coast to coast stores Postville locker s & s food liner and Niemann lumber co. Also Nybergh Anderson s clothing Olson s jewelry Schutta s shoes Palmquist s department store Dereen style shop Hanson s variety Farmers store United builders co., Livingood Barber shop Coop feed store Postville feed Mill and Postville Paramount pharmacy. And Postville bakery Buren radio and to Western Auto go a Danier cleaners Hall Robert s son tie Grill Tyler s Barber shop Tindell s shoes schuttes furniture Postville state Bank and Postville Herald. Ices set for Ian Reckward lines will be held today pay at 2 00 p. M. In item methodist Church for Herman Reckward died monday june 12 Jim Unity memorial Hospi Stville. Prev. Curtis Webster will a. Schutte s is in charge nge ments. M will be in pleasant cemetery Castalia. Local girls receive music scholarships Hope Gordanier an Denise Anderson graduates from Postville High school in 1971, have each been awarded a music scholarship at Waldorf College Forest City where they will be sophomores this fall. Scholarships Are Given to students who show unusual musical Talent. Hope is the daughter of or. And mrs Howard l. Gordanier of Postville and Denise is the daughter of mrs. Mary Ann an Derson. Announce dates for school and vacations parents planning summer and other vacations maybe interested in the school Calendar adopted last Spring by the Postville Board of education the following Are the important dates on the Calendar that May interest students and parents monday and tuesday August 21 and 22 teacher s workshop. Wednesday August 23-classes begin full Day of school. Monday september 4 labor Day no classes monday october 9 county Institute no classes. Friday october 27 Parent teacher conferences no classes conferences for parents of All grades. Wednesday november 22 school dismissed for thanksgiving vacation at 2 30 . Thursday and Friday november 23 and 24 thanksgiving vacation. Friday december 22 first Day of Christmas vacation wednesday january 3-classes resumed after Christmas vacation 8 30 am monday january 15-clerical-conference Day no classes conferences for parents in grades k-3, inclusive. Monday february 19 laser vice training Day for faculty no classes. Friday March 23 Parent teacher conferences for All grades no classes thursday Friday and monday april 19, 20, and 23-Spring vacation. Friday May 25 last Day of classes classes dismissed at 2 30 . Saturday May 26 teachers Check out Day this Calendar is subject to change at the discretion of the Board of education. Changes Are usually made Only As a Means of making up time lost by Snow vacation. Stanton Lindquist earns doctorate nine members of the Luther College faculty earned their doctorate during the past academic year according to the office of the Provost. Completing work and being awarded the . Degree was Stanton Lindquist in economics from the University of Missouri. Mrs. Lindquist is the former Carole Schultz of Postville. Receive degrees at Iowa City nearly 3000 degrees were awarded the University of Iowa in commencement exercises May 26. Among the recipients of degrees from this area were Jean Adam Lowell Brandt Marilyn Adam c. Douglass Couto and Wendy Masonhall. \ / Rev. Hold mortgage burning ceremony a mortgage burning ceremony was held sunday at St Paul lutheran a the for the educational unit of the Church. The Jav a be a been paid off in about nine years. The building was 162 and dedicated in May 1963. The addition of. Doing Kitchen three offices rest rooms and 12 classroom Jan was the pastor at the time. Shown Here a o right Lavern Rose who was chairman of the of Mance , present pastor of the Church Alvin tenth a congregation Harold Schroeder who was Secretary a ithe committee or. R. Of Schneider who was president of the congregate. Large crowd attends Pool dedication Here it. Gov. Jepsen dedicates Pool Here with big splash Hall m. Roberts responds services today for Good attendance mrs. Lester Kamin at Ali Ali funeral services Are being held today wednesday june 14, at 11 00 . Lester Kamlin in the Frankville Community Church Frankville. The Rev. Keith Kensinger and he Rev. Dick Harberts will conduct the service. Mrs. Kamlin fell at her Home on wednesday was hospitalized in Vinton where her daughter lives then transferred to St. Lukes Hospital in Cedar rapids for surgery. She died in the Hospital in Cedar rapids sunday june 11. Ora Marie of Carl and Lena Brandt Dreyer was born March 26, 1906 near Frankville. She grew up in that Community was baptized and be came a member of the Frankville Community Church. She received her schooling in the Frankville schools and was a member of the Frankville Community Church women s organization. February 18, 1927, she was United in marriage to Lester Kamlin Luana. To this Union one daughter was born. The couple lived on a farm near Rudd until March 1, 1931, when they moved to a farm Southwest of Frankville. In May 1971, she moved into her new Home in Postville. Mrs Kamin was preceded in death by her husband Lester january 7, 1971, also her parents. She is survived by her daughter mrs. Robert Betty Swanson of Vinton two Sisters mrs. Leo Laura Amdahl Decorah and mrs. Olaf Mae Russett Ulysses Kansas four grandchildren Sandra Lynn Wanda and Thomas Swanson Vinton. Interment was in the Frankville cemetery. Donna Poesch receives Luther scholarship Donna Poesch daughter of or and mrs. Leslie Poesch has accepted a regents scholarship at Luther College Tor the 1972-1973 academic year. Regents scholarships Are awarded on the basis of academic excellence by the faculty honors and awards committee. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday june 14,15,16, and 17-Cliff Robertson stars in j. W. Crop. Rated up. Sunday monday and tuesday june 18, 19, and 20 Mash starring Donald Sutherland Elliott Gould and Tom Skerritt. Banquet sat. Two Hundred persons attended the alumni banquet held saturday june 10, in the Cora a Darling elementary building Postville. The invocation was Given by Clarian Gunderson. Master of ceremonies was Leo Christoffer son. Larry Moore class of 1971, welcomed the 1972 class and Tom Mcneil gave the response for this year s graduates and introduced the class members present mrs Robert Sherburne Nee Violet Gordanier of Sumner recipient of the Harriet a Mott award 25 years ago presented the awards to three members of this year s class Tom Mcneil John Schroeder and Kent Turner. Each received a framed certificate and their names will be engraved on the plaque in the lobby of John r. Mott High school. The award is in recognition of those who contribute most to the standards and ideals of the school and Community and is now presented to three students instead of one. Nine of the original 22 members of the class of 1922 were present mrs. Laurence Hofer introduced her classmates of 50 years ago. Thirty one members of the 25 year ago class of 1947 were present and introduced themselves giving a Brief history of their life since graduation. Charles hath introduced guests travelling the greatest distance and former teachers. Wayne Thurm gave the address. Kenneth Schroeder vice president conducted the business meeting. The following officers were elected president Kenneth Schroeder vice president june Palmquist treasurer Judy Meyer secretaries Jolene do we and Susan Suckow. Secretaries for the class of 1948, who will observe their 25th anniversary next year Are mrs Kenneth Mary Timmerman and mrs. Elden Bea Lenth. Mrs. Miles Mae Ames and mrs. John Hilda Martins Are the secretaries for the 50 year class. Auxiliary police to sell tickets for Benefit dance the civil defense auxiliary police will conduct a door to door ticket Sale monday evening june 19 Tor a Benefit dance which they will sponsor at dreamland Friday june 23. Proceeds from the dance will be used to Purchase necessary emergency equipment. Sale dates Sale advertised saturday june 17, consignment Sale 1 ., Willman real estate and auctions. _ a surprisingly big splash and a standing ovation highlighted the dedication of the new swimming Pool Here sunday. To the Delight of the crowd of about 500 it. Governor Jepsen disrobed in front of the microphone walked around the Pool to the High Board and dived into the Pool. The crowd gave a standing ovation to the introduction of Hall m. Roberts for whom the Pool has been named. Ken Lein Pool manager acted As master of ceremonies and introduced the it. Governor. Jepsen cited the efforts of the Community in building the Pool without the use of Federal funds. He also noted the constant quest for a better life and placed the dedication of the Pool in this category. He then stripped Down to swimming trunks and dedicated the Pool with a big splash off the Large Board. Acknowledgements were made by Fred Palmquist to the original members of the swimming Pool committee finance committee and dedication committee. Also cited were the five contractors for various parts of the Pool and facilities. Other groups were also credited for their Volunteer help plus individuals. The Pool was accepted for the town of Postville by mayor Rodney Smith. Roberts was then introduced and received a standing ovation. He offered a few Short remarks and thanked the people of the Community. Youngsters from the area then participated in several races and games. The Pool was then opened to swimming for anyone. Some additional gifts to the Pool have been noted by the committee. A Pool slide has been Given in memory of or. And mrs. Leo Ball by or. And mrs. Joe Ball and or. And mrs. Frank Olson. Donating clocks have been Jim Dunlay and the b. P. W. A clock and thermometer was donated by Wayne poultry co. A picnic table by Niemann lumber co., and an umbrella for the table by Palmquist s dept. Store. Second concert to Start earlier the second summer band concert is scheduled for 7 30 . This Friday one half hour earlier due to the dance revue which will follow immediately after the band concert. Rehearsal time of 7 30 . Thursday evening will remain the same. Selections for this week s concert Are the Star spangled Banner Windy Friedman the Whiffen poof s Ong Galloway King of the Road Miller close to you Bacharach Beer barrel or Lka Brown Georgy girl Cacavas and big four March King. I Parade the Postville band will March in the Dairy Days Parade at Wau Kon saturday june 17. Band members Are asked to meet at the band room at 12 45. American legion the regular monthly meeting of the Arthur f. Brandt Post no. 518, american legion will be held at 8 00 . Monday june 19, at the legion rooms memorial Hall. There will be a regular business meeting with the installation of newly elected officers. Conducting area development Survey pictured Here Are Becky Huebner Readlyn left and Julie Yanda Anamosa right College students who Are conducting an area development Survey in the five counties shown on the map. The girls will interview Over 400 families in Alla Makee Clayton Fayette Howard and Winneshiek counties gathering information in three areas household Industrial and tourism. Sponsored by the upper explorer land resource conservation and development project information gathered will remain strictly confidential

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