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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - June 28, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the flub of the four county area Postville Iowa wednesday june 28, 1972 number 26 initial design of apartments in senior housing project set flight winners at Wayne farms Golf tournament shown Here Are the flight winners from the Wayne farms Golf tournament held at the Tri City country club last thursday. The flight winners Are left to right Howard Singleton Eldon mo., a flight Rick Hass Mcgregor a flight Tom Wilke Monona a flight Luke Larson Postville a flight Kerry Barnum West Union a flight Bruce Blixt Peterson minn., championship flight and Eldon Tucker Complex manager of the local Wayne firm and organizer of the tournament. Seek adults for band concert a few graduated instrumentalists have joined the High school band in presenting the summer concerts Friday evenings. Hew Ever instructor Roger Userman would like to have still More adults participate. Rehearsal will be held at 7 30 . Thursday june 29 in the High school band room. The fourth concert of the summer will be presented this Friday and includes the following selections High school Cadet Sousa Golden glow overture Johnson you re a grand old Flag Cohen three sketches far band Morrissey Britannia Edmonds firework music Handel instant concert Walters Charleston Moffitt Cinco de Mayo Alpert everything 13 coming up roses Styne hang on Sloppy Russell i think i love you Romeo Block m Mirch Bilik Early deadline news ads due to the Legal Holiday tuesday july 4, the Herald must be published monday for wednesday delivery. Deadline for advertising must therefore be noon saturday. The deadline for news and classified ads is 10 00 am. Monday. Earlier copy will be appreciated. Postville twirlers win award at Camp the twirlers of the Postville High school band tied for second place in group Competition at the Thurman twirling Dimiche Llast week on the University of Northern Iowa Campus at Cedar Falls. The squad also won the trophy Given to the group which displayed the most spirit desire practice and congeniality. Members of the squad Are Karla Anderson Torri Bachelder Rcv Brandt sue Converse Carol Drewes and Joyce Moore. Never too Young to vote Kathryn Curnow four year old daughter of the Sam Curnow does t appear too sure of her platform but was willing to endorse photographically John c. Mendenhall new Albin incumbent for the office of state representative of Iowa i7th District. Or. Mendenhall and miss Curnow Are pictured in the Courtesy room sponsored by the Postville Community Republican women s club held in connection with Maxwell Street Day Here last Friday. Announce dates of social Security visits in july the dates of the visits to Wau Kon for the month of july were announced by the Winona social Security District office. A representative will be in the Assembly rom of the county courthouse in Waukon on the following wednesdays from 12 30 . To 2 00 . July 5, 12, 19, and 26. H-3 will answer questions and help with claims for social Security and medicare benefits. Corn Root worm larva Hatch on schedule com Root worm larva have hatched on schedule and Are now present in Alla Makee county Fields reports Lee Gruenhaupt county Extension director. Root worm larva at this stage Are very Small and hard to find. Tile Best Way to Check is to pull up a Plant and shake the soil off the roots onto a Black plastic Sheet. Examine the roots and soil carefully for tiny White larva moving about. Also examine the roots for any signs of feeding. In Fields treated with recommended insecticides at planting time Root Worms May be present but should not be too numerous. In Fields with second or More years of Corn which have not been treated at planting time treatment can still be made with an insecticide attachment on the cultivator. One advantage of this form of treatment is that you can also treat for Corn borers at the same time. A commended insecticides Are Bux 10, Dasant Drainon def note fur Adan Lii met and Parathion. Farmers interested in comparing the effectiveness of various insecticides Are encouraged to attend the test plot Field Day to be held on the Franklin Wey Miller farm near Thompson s Comer tuesday july 11, at 7 30 am Wayne Dietz area Extension crop specialist will be present to show Farmers the extent of Root worm damage on untreated plots versus control received with seven different chemicals. Install new american legion officers sae dates the new officers of the Postville american legion were installed in ceremonies Here monday june 19. In front Are left to right Bob Roffman past commander presenting the Gavel to the new commander Roland Meyer. In the Back Are John Drahos sgt. At arms David Schier Holz adjutant Jim Ewing vice commander and Ralph Green historian. Not present were Lavern Rose chaplain and Robert burling service officer. Dates claimed saturday july 8, consignment antique auction Willman and Thompson auctioneers. Saturday july 15, mrs. Alvin Kahle Sale citizens state Bajik clerk Lorenz Willman auctioneer. Hope Swenson Hope Swenson nursing graduate Hope Swenson was one of the 37 graduates of Allen memorial lutheran school of nursing Waterloo who participated in commencement exercises j me 22. Hope is the daughter of or. And mrs. Verdon Swenson. Required Reading reports due july 3 children who signed up for the summer Reading program conducted at the town Library Musti have the required Reading completed and the reports in by monday july 3 in order to receive their certificates and free ticket. Saturday july 1 will be the last Story hour for the Small children. Now books at the Library include the fourth Man on the rope " by Evelyn Burckman Penney the Story of a free soul Bassett hound by Hal Borland one More Tyrne by Faith Baldwin the dark Shore by Susan he watch a Cluster of separate Sparks by Joan Aiken and Hume for the wedding by Elizabeth Cadell. Library hours Are monday tuesday wednesday and Friday 2 to 5 30 . Thursday evening from 7 to 9 00 . And saturday morning from 9 to 11 30. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday june 28, 29, 30 and july 1 Walt Disney a the living desert and the vanishing Prairie. Rated g. Sunday monday and tuesday july 2, 3 and 4 the graduate starring Dustin Hoffman Anne Bancroft and Katharine Ross. 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. Gerald Loftsgard Elgin june 20. Boy or. And mrs. Ray Fried Erich Postville june 25. Medical. Robert Slade Dubuque june 21. Mrs. Bess Stohr Postville june 22. Mrs. Ellen Fritz Postville june 22. Frank Tayek Monona june 22. Mrs. Hollis Enyart Postville june 24. Paul Levenhagen Monona june 24. Mrs. William Kugel Postville june 25. Marilyn Messier Postville june 25. Discharged. Raymond Larson june 20. Robert Slade june 21. Mrs. Neil Jones june 22. Mrs. Gerald Loftsgard and boy june 22. Mrs. Roy Schultz june 23. Mrs. William Rose june 23. Mrs. R. P. Strauch june 25. Baby boy Rose june 26. Memorial. To Malcolm Guyer relatives $10.00. From expect to end fund drive in Early july several important matters were acted upon at the Board of directors meeting of the Postville Community housing inc. Monday evening june 26. A communication was read by the Secretary Rev. Cletus , from Clarencec i wry county supervisor of f. A a the letter dated june 15, read in part we Are pleased to report to you that the Alla Makee county Farmers Home administration committee at their meeting june 14, 1972 certified the Postville Community housing inc., eligible to receive assistance As authorized for a Rural rental he using this was in response to the application submitted by vote of the Board of directors of Postville Community h using inc. At their meeting of May 22, the letter concludes when the plat of the building site and other information or documents Are ready we would be Happy to meet with you for the purpose of reviewing and assembling the material for the loan o he r materials needed include certification of available funds for the project on the local level. With certification completed Progress on the financial drive will resume. The finance committee will meet wednesday evening for completing details of the Appeal for funds. It is hoped that the actual financial Appeal will be completed the first part of july. The Board still awaits the Survey contracted for with Bert a Hanson and associates inc. For the property on East Green Street under option from the town of Postville a do it yourself working sketch of the property has been made by the building committee. By unanimous vote the Board of directors accepted the building committee recommendation that the first proposed building on the site be a one Story l shaped Structure with five apartments. Three of these apartments will be two bedroom apartments fronting on East Greene Street. The North leg of the will Louse two single bedroom apartments and the Utility room All lacing on the inner court. It was voted that this proposed plan be submitted to a e. Vin sickle Fhi construction inspector now Hampton for his approval and preliminaries for blueprint preparation. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday june 25, the Coffee hour was served by the presbyterian women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Curtis Webster. Memorials Cash memorial in memory of Malcolm Guyer. Activities the monthly birthday party was held Friday. Postville presbyterian women were hostesses. A program was presented and refreshments were served. Pauline Dierkson was the Only resident having a birthday in june. Establish Council. A Good Samaritan residents Council has been started at the Center. The Council consists of eight members All residents of the Center and meets once a month with the administrator the second Friday of each month to discuss subjects pertaining to the Center. The first meeting was held Friday morning to get organized. Personal visits on the Campaign Trail Theodore r. Ellsworth left Dubuque Republican candidate for United states representative from the second District is pictured Here with Durwood Schutta of Schutta s shoes during his visit to Postville last Friday. Or. Ellsworth was a guest of the Postville Community Republican women s club at their Courtesy room and called on several local business men

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