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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 15, 1972, Postville, Iowa Third monday is or s License Day Stville Iowa at rial Hall Postville Jan serving the fun j 7vf j of the four county area or 2 sections 12 pages St year. Postville Iowa wednesday March 15, 1972 number 11 students to it dystrophy fri., mar. 17 Tville High school Stu Neil will sponsor a eks Lor dystrophy St. Patrick s Day r. 17. R students will be else Shamrock tags from downtown and door to a. Elected from the Dis of the shamrocks will dystrophy As of America this is Nual drive conducted s in a coast to coast weekly visit to w Job seekers state employment orking in conjunction Northeast Iowa common corporation will a representative from h office to interview every wednesday be . 11 30 . Victual seeking part "1 time employment it information or in concerning training is encouraged to come naked county neigh enter office which is the court House in Ery wednesday morn Ter with the Iowa state t office. The phone r the neighbourhood 68-4224. H country s tuesday March 21, the Iris presenting the film entry with three 30, 7 00 and 9 15 . To life feature is an nature motion picture a plots of modern Day per Jeff Graham. Was shot entirely on and follows Graham year of ills life As he he Frozen wilds of the entry trapping Beaver Surat. Feeding g March 21 feeding meeting will tuesday afternoon at 1 15, at the Exten reports Lee Gruen to Extension direct i Ryder area Extension specialist will present n nutrient needs and mul Atlon protein sup feed add elves their Buse grub lice and tool and compliance of Runoff control Reg Emen Are Welcome to meeting. To remember March 25-Ameri-Idowntown easter egg e dates is advertised a March 22 Clos Sale of Lorenzo Wellman and Ray act loners. Citizens clerk. Tes claimed april 1 Roland Tate household Sale ate Bank clerk. New gel auctioneers. Co project holds annual meeting elects officers Ralph Fitzgerald of Cresco was re elected chairman of the upper explorer land resource conservation and development project at the annual meeting March 2, in Postville. Other officers elec de were 1st vice chairman Andrew Hemesath Calmar 2nd vice chairman mrs to Heying West unions Secretary Paul Miene Postville and treasurer de Kozelka Postville. In other action the Board voted unanimously to help fund two work study program College students to assist in doing research in the area on Rural development. The Rcd project will cooperate with the Center for agricultural and Rural development in the study. The need for demonstration Type project to control soil erosion and pollution from Large feedlots was discussed. The Rcd executive Board is a body composed of three persons from each county in the project area. It has the final voice for the organization in All matters. The upper explorer land project is a result of local people working together to solve their own problems or develop the area As they desire. All agencies and organizations Are called upon to work together to assist their area in All types of projects. Alfred Papesh or. New accountant at Wayne poultry Alfred Papesh or. Has been named accounting manager for Allied Mill s Wayne poultry company s Postville Turkey Complex according to an announcement from he Crutchfield vice president of the poultry products division of the Chicago based agribusiness firm. In his new Post Papesh will be responsible for maintaining All accounting and operating records for the Turkey processing Plant and integrated growing operation and will report directly to Eldon f. Tucker Complex manager. Papesh comes to Wayne poultry directly upon completion of his military service where he obtained the rank of e-5. He holds a Bachelor of science degree from the University of Northern Iowa where he majored in business education and accounting. Or and mrs Papesh Are living at Postville Iowa. Farm Bureau hosts free Coffee Day tiie Alla Makee county farm Bureau will pick up the Tab for businessmen workers and shippers in All Alla Makee county towns for a free cup of Coffee or milk monday March 20 from 8 00 to 11 00 am. The farm Bureau asks that persons visit their favorite cafe or Coffee ship with their compliments. Towns include Postville Waukon Lansing new Al bin harpers ferry Waterville and Dorchester. On Farmers on buying in types of fertilizer been some questions Cut some liquid Fer to Are sold by the gals Lee Gruenhaupt Slon director d by the gallon with Gallons recommended a confused Farmers certain As to just what to and it is difficult compare this Type of the other liquid or dry products commonly Rea Rylous claims these hould be compared n the basis of their tent and Cost per ton f nutrient. Usually Izer weighs about 11 pounds per gallon meaning there Are 182 Gallons per ton. Multiplying 182 Gallons by the Cost per gallon will give a Cost per ton. Fertilizer analysis is always stated As a percentage of one Hundred pounds of material. The analysis in one gallon of liquid fertilizer is Only about one tenth that in one Hundred pounds. When applied at a jew Gallons per acre Only a Small fraction of total crop needs is supplied. Before purchasing fertilizer figure out what you Are really buying and what the product is actually costing you per ton or per Pound of actual ingredient. Will sell memberships Here to finance senior housing pork producer s Spring banquet set april 6 the Alla Makee county pork producers Spring banquet will be held thursday april 6, at the Waukon Junior High school cafeteria at 7 30 reports Elvin Ranzenberger county pork producer s president. The banquet speaker is Roy Keppy a nationally known hog producer from near Davenport. Entertainment will be provided by the mister Scippis Barbershop quartet. Tickets will be sold by members of the county pork producer s association and at the Extension office. A Lively elder at work in her Home mrs. Florence Jacobia is shown at her sewing machine mending a Sheet for the Postville Hospital. This Lively elder finds her Volunteer Job a rewarding Way to spend some of her spare time. Sometimes the stacks of sheets gowns and Pillow cases to be mended gets pretty High in the Kitchen of her apartment in the Palmquist building How Ever she usually finishes the Job in a couple of Days. Mrs. Jacobia has been mending for the Hospital since 1966 and although she will be 90 in july she has no plans to retire. Other volunteers doing Hospital mending include mrs. Frank Severn mrs Dale brain Ard mrs. Leo Foels and mrs. Donald Van sickle. 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. David Long Postville March 9. Medical Clive Helms Elgin March 6. Elmer Johnson Postville March 7. Victor Mills Monona March 9. Mrs. De Ryan Monona March 10. Gregory Gray Monona March 10. Mrs. Rosena Krambeer la Ana March 13. Surgical mrs. Nora Jenkins Monona March 8. Mrs. Charles Decook Postville March 8. Discharged Verdis Schlake March 8. Mrs. Harlan Keehner and boy March 9. Ann Guyer March 9. Clive Helms March 11. Mrs. Charles Decook March 12. Mrs. David Long and boy March 12. Mrs. Rose Dahms March 12. Death mrs. Elizabeth Duwe Postville March 6. Senator Miller to speak at fund dinner u. S. Senator Jack Miller will be the featured speaker at the Alla Makee county Republican fund raising dinner to be held saturday March 25 at 7 00 . In the cafeteria of the Waukon Junior High school Waukon. Other state officials and area legislators Are expected to attend. Tickets Are available from the Postville Republican women members of the Alla Makee county Republican Central committee or the citizens state and Postville state Banks in Postville. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday March 12, the Coffee hour was served by St. Bridget s Rosary society. Chapel service was conducted by Hall Roberts. Gifts Plant from the funeral service of mrs. Elizabeth Duwe. Items for use in the Home and the activity department from Postville women of the Church. Memorial Cash memorial in memory of John a. Schroeder from or. And mrs. Lyle Zieman. Activities Friday afternoon a number of residents enjoyed a card party. Harty is speaker at banquet tuesday american legion to meet monday the regular monthly meeting of Arthur f. Brandt Post no. 518 will be held at 8 00 . Monday March 20, at the legion rooms memorial Hall. All members Are urged to be present to finalize plans for the easter egg Hunt saturday March 25. Dave Harty former wrestling coach in Postville will be the featured speaker at the athletic banquet tuesday March 21, at St. Paul lutheran Church Postville. Harty is currently assistant executive Secretary of the Iowa High school athletic association. The banquet an annual event sponsored by the Postville commercial club is for athletes in the Junior and senior classes. Dave Harty interesting films at effigy Mounds our living heritage and the grasslands Are the two films scheduled to be shown at effigy Mounds mis weekend. Show times Are saturday at 1 002 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 . Dairy Breeding school set for March 22 and 29 a two Day Dairy cattle Breeding school is being conducted by the Extension service of Iowa state University March 22 and 29, according to Jim Hosch Clayton county Extension director. Tills event will be held at the la Ana state Bank in Luana from 10 . To 3 . Each Day. Two Extension dairymen from Iowa state University Basil Eastwood and Donald Voelker will be conducting the program March 22. They will be discussing reproductive records characteristics to Breed for measuring a cow s ability to produce pedigrees transmitting ability and management. Eastwood and Eugene Freeman professor Dairy cattle Breeding Iowa state University Are on the program March 29 to discuss sire summaries sires to use . Is. Natural service culling and Dairy Breeding research. Any Dairyman or others interested in tie Dairy Industry Are Welcome to attend this school. No registration fee will be charged. Services held for mrs. Joe Duwe services were conducted thursday March 9 at 10 30 am from St. Paul lutheran Church Tor mrs. Joseph Duwe who died March 6 at the Community memorial Hospital in Postville. The Rev. Norman Ulvestad officiated. Elizabeth Christina Barei Duwe daughter of George Bareis and Eva Louise Engel was born july 16, 1882, grand Meadow township Clayton county Iowa she was baptized May 26, 1888 by the Rev. John Gass and confirmed March 26,1899 by the Rev. Bockelmann. She was a lifelong member of St. Paul lutheran Church and a member of the lutheran Church women for nearly 60 years. On october 2, 1902 she was married to Joseph Duwe of Monona and lived in the surrounding Vicinity for 32 years moving to Postville in 1934. They were the parents of five daughters and two sons. Preceding her in death were her parents husband two sons Harvey and Roy four Brothers John Fred will and Henry Bareis one sister Caroline Thodt and a grandson Leo Schroeder. Mrs. Duwe is survived by five daughters Oelia mrs. Harvey Engelhardt of Monona Florence mrs. Charles Schutte or. Of Luana Clara Schroeder Helen and Viola six grandchildren 14 great grandchildren several nieces and nephews. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. As the song goes it might As Well be Spring Progress continues in the efforts of Postville Community housing inc. To secure a senior citizens housing project for Postville. Board members voted at their March 13 conduct a Campaign for memberships and donations. Board chairman Harold h. Schroeder Hopes that preliminary details will be arranged to name a financial Campaign chairman at the March 20 meeting. It is planned to work out the details and organization of the financial Campaign at the next meeting. A donation of $25 was established by the Board for member ships in Postville Community housing inc. In addition to be ships donations in any amount will be received from groups business places and individuals. Construction costs of the proposed building project for housing will be provided by the Federal government through the Farmers Home administration by a loan to be repaid Over fifty years. It is anticipated that the interest rate on the loan will be 3%, it is the responsibility of the Postville Community to provide the land As a building site for the proposed senior citizen housing project. It is also required that the Postville Community provide 2% of the proposed Cost of the building for operating capital in initiating the project. After construction of the housing units they will be operated from rental income rental rates will be determined by the actual Cost of operation of the housing Complex. The rental rate will include All utilities except Telephone. Maintenance mowing grass and Snow removal will be the responsibility of the corporation. Money raised from memberships and donations will be used to finance the acquisition of land and providing the 2% initial operating capital. Completion of the need Survey As required by the f. A a. Is in Progress. F. A a. Requires two signed forms of interest for each unit constructed. The need Survey form is not a contract it is an expression of interest. Those who sign the form Are not obligated in any Way to later live in the housing units. Those who sign the need Survey form will have a preference in securing residence in one of the apartments when they Are built. Anyone with a family member Over 62, either from town or country interested in information on the need Survey form is invited to Contact David l. Schutte or any of the Board members. Soil conservation to be topic at adult class the Postville Farmers adult class will meet in the voc a room at 8 00 March 16. David Breitback Alla Makee county soil conservationist will discuss the value of terraces compared to strip cropping and contouring. With the new soil conservation Law and other pollution and Runoff controls becoming mandatory this meeting should prove very enlightening. Everyone is invited. 2 local firms set grand opening the grand opening for two local firms will be held Here Friday mar. 17, from 9 . To 5 . The Hobby shop and Lorraine s tots and teens will hold the grand opening with door prizes Lor All persons registering. The firms Are located in the Birmer coast to coast building which has been remodeler on the inside refreshments will also be served by the two firms. Defying March 20, the official first Day of Spring soaring temperatures saturday melted the Ico and set the Waters flowing As this scene taken at the yellow River photographically depicts. Although some Snow covering remained at press time there were several reports of Robins being sighted. At the theatre wednesday through saturday March 15, 16, 17 and 18 klute with Jane Fonda and Donald Sutherland. Rated r. Sunday and monday March 19 and 20 let s scare Jessica to death with Zohra Lampert. Rated up. Tuesday March 21, one Day Only North saturday and sunday March 25 and 26, special matinees a boy named Char in. By

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