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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - March 22, 1972, Postville, Iowa A first year. Postville serving the Hub of the four county area 2 sections 12 pages Postville Iowa wednesday March 22, 1972 number 12 Rud names lit jurors 2nd Quarter jurors Tor the second beginning april 1, 1972, Een named this week by or Kolsrud Alla Makee courts a will not report for duty Sci finally ordered to do so sequent order of the court. Petit jurors. 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Tepesch Waukon Thompson Monona Troendle Waukon Jan Wey Postville Vedo Waukon Walsh Lansing Mendel Lansing the Day Here Friday on the House will be Friday March 25 at the up Cal and Cora a the " the red lantern in of with the Iowa restau in oblation s Coffee Day g to qare Duggan Wauk Jankee county chairman of floating restaurants will Coffee providing their will make a contrib Dwa s mentally retarded Stainer provided for that received will be turned Iowa association for a children to be used for lips for research and rants throughout the participating. Pm the. Samaritan Center March 19, Coffee p served by the to Tieran women. Service was conducted lev. Langholz Monona tray favors from Hen fairie study club. Is Friday afternoon by citizens of Elgin the Home for a St. Day party. There gee Login residents along residents of the Home nent included Bingo fes for All and a sing refreshments were e dates As advertised by March 29 farm Den Monroe. Auction i Sweeney and Lorenz c clerk Ossian state Tes claimed april 1 Roland Tate household Sale. Ate Bank clerk. Ew-91, auctioneers. A postcard reveals a scene from the past this picture postcard out of the past shows the old Stone House located on old Highway 51 about six Miles North of Postville a historical land Mark of the area for Many years. The House was built by Reuben Smith who pioneered to Alla Makee county from Vermillion Indiana in 1849. Started in 1853 the House was completed in 1857. Rock used in the construction was hoisted from the basement and Walnut logs from the Valley supplied most of the Woodwork. Interesting facts about the old Stone House show it was one time voted for county seat honors the fireplaces were the envy of the surrounding Countryside the Spring at the foot of the Hill never riled in Stormy weather and water used to be drawn from the Spring to the House by Means of a Cable and bucket device. The House was used for years As a recreational Center and picnic grounds. It was destroyed by fire a number of years ago. Hire associate hear requests at Board meeting the Postville Board of education at its regular meeting last monday evening set thursday evening March 16, at 8 00 . As the Date for a special meeting of the Board. The Postville education association did not accept All of the propositions submitted to them by the Board and one purpose of this meeting will be to try to arrive at an agreement with the pea the Board will also act upon Many items on the Agenda of the regular meeting that were not covered last monday night. Burr Cook attended the meeting and asked that a different Way for paying for the transportation of kindergarten students be adopted. He stated that with the decreasing number of kindergarten students he was not being sufficiently reimbursed under the present method. The Board deferred action upon this request. James Foster athletic director visited with the Board in regard to athletic matters and coaching personnel. Action on these matters was postponed until the special meeting. Mrs Dunlay was granted a private conference with the Board. Gordon Kregel conferred with the Board As a representative of a group of interested parents for mrs. Dunlay a number of other parents were present. The Board approved the attendance of Daryl Bachtell at a conference on children with learning disabilities to be held at Dubuque april 27 and 28 approved the attendance of the first Grade teachers at a Reading conference to be held at Cedar Falls april 14 granted permission for guidance director David Koopman to attend an act training workshop at Cedar Katherine Patridge Falls and the Iowa guidance convention at Des Moines this Spring. The contract of Katherine Patridge of Mason City As teacher associate to finish out the year in place of Janice Knight was approved. Miss Knight had previously been released at her request. Miss Patridge recently completed a four year course for elementary teachers at upper Iowa College. The Board went on record to approve the sending of a team composed of one teacher two students and one adult selected by the county crime commission to the area i drug seminar to be held at the lutheran Bible Camp at Strawberry Point this month. A comprehensive three year contract for liability insurance covering All Board members and school employees was approved. The Board also approved special leave for mrs Tucker to accompany her husband to a convention april 11-14. As her personal leave has All been used her salary will be Cut for this absence. Area students on Dean s list eight students from this area have been named to the fall semester Dean s list at the University of Northern Iowa Cedar Falls. About 15 per cent of the student body were cited for Scholastic honors. From Postville were georgian be Brainard Carol Friederich and Mary Swenson. From Clermont were Marsha Gunderson and Kathryn Meier. From a Nana were Ronda Mcnally Linda Moon and Dianne Wilker. Home seminars thursday Friday the newest form of subsidy assisting lower income people in the Purchase of new Homes will be discussed in detail at two seminars this week. On March 23rd, at the rec building in Postville and in Elka der at the municipal building on March 24th. The meetings Are sponsored by Hynes & Howes construction company Kings Berry Homes and Halvorson real estate of Monona Iowa the seminars will Deal with the qualification requirements in obtaining up to 50% assistance in the Purchase and building of a new Home on the lot of the buyer s Choice Roger Halvorson of Halvorson Sal estate Agency Monona explained there is no charge for this service. Cancel Farmers night class set for thursday the adult Farmers night class scheduled for this thursday March 23 has been cancelled due to the inability of the scheduled speaker to appear. 4-h rally night to be Friday Allama Cee county 4-h rally night will be held Friday evening March 24 at 8 00, at the Waukon Junior High gym. This is a change in place than originally scheduled. The 4-h Council will be elected and installed this county wide event. Council candidates who will give two minute speeches Are As follows Ellen Welsh country toppers Waukon Becky Nash Ludlow future Home makers Waukon Nancy Fetketter Lucky clovers Lansing Janice Kumpf Lucky clovers Dorchester Jayne Rose Post ettes Postville also Maureen Monroe 4-h toppers Waterville Nancy Lyons no saw Waukon Janice Welsh skylarks Lansing Diane Fahey nok Law Waukon Julie Lange Cherry Valley chums Postville Tom Schrandt Elon pm Waterville Kermit White big 4, Postville Ken Winke Ludlow future Farmers Waukon Michael Troendle Lafayette Cor huskers Lansing Ray mull arkey Wexford warriors Lansing Tim Manning Wexford warriors Lansing and Joe Lechtenberg big 4, Postville five girls and five boys will be elected to serve on the Council by All 4-h members present. Entertainment will be provided by the Makee me ado we arks 4-h club the 4-h Council and the mannings. "4-h a collage win also be shown. Everyone is invited to this event. Local Drill team to perform for Public Postville s girl s Drill team will give a performance in the gymnasium at the school Friday March 24 at 8 00 . It wih be the last presentation of the season. The Public is invited to attend. American legion plans downtown easter egg Hunt town Council in special meeting a special meeting town Council of Postville was held in the Council room memorial Hall March 13, 1972, for the purpose of taking care of routine business not handled at the regular meeting. Claims in the sum of $12,381.86 were allowed. Applications for renewal of Beer permit and liquor License for Constance Ludeking and Beer permit for Frank and Marilyn Tehel were approved a letter from e. W. Kozelka called attention to the fact that the Mott sign lights were not functioning. Repairs will be made when weather permits. Edward troupe appeared concerning his employment status with the town. Harold Schroeder appeared As a representative of Postville Community housing project and expressed an interest in purchasing part of the town property on East Greene Street. The Council decided to negotiate for the Sale of the entire tract. Lorenz Yiuman appeared to discuss his proposed development of residential building lots on the former Welzel farm property adjoining the town. No decisions were made pending further information on costs. Clifford Harnack s membership in the Volunteer fire department was approved. The marshal was authorized to attend the drug education seminar at Strawberry Point March 20-23. Authorization was Given for the Purchase of a 560 gallon underground Gas tank and Tore pare for a new system of gasoline purchases on Low bids. Republican caucuses set for april 4 caucuses for the purpose of selecting delegates to the Alla Makee county Republican convention will be held in each precinct at 8 00 . Tuesday april 4, a committeeman and committee woman will be selected for each precinct. The number of delegates to the county convention to which each voting precinct is entitled and the places where each caucus will be held appear elsewhere in this Issue of the Herald. The regular 1972 Republican county convention for Alla Makee county will be held at 2 00 . Friday june 9, 1972, in the Assembly room of the court House in Waukon. The convention is for the purpose of selecting 22 delegates to the Republican state presidential convention to be held in Des Moines Friday and saturday july 7 and 8, and also to select 22 delegates to the regular Republican state convention to be held in Des Moines Friday and saturday August 11 and 12. In Clayton co Sites and temporary chairmen for Clayton county caucuses to be held at 8 00 . Tuesday april 4, Are grand Meadow chairman Alvin Erickson in the Alvin Erickson Home Marion township mrs. Minard Bilden in the Millard Bilden Home Monona township Ito Ger a. Halvorson municipal bldg., Monona and Wagner township Don Houg chairman St. Olaf fire Hall. Local entertainment at fund dinner in addition to the address by senator Jack Miller and remarks by visiting state officials at the Alla Makee county fund raising dinner saturday March 25, music win be provided by the Postville High school stage band under the direction of Roger Beerman an original declamation personalized plastic politicians unlimited will be presented by Kent Turner tickets Are still available from the Postville Republican women members of the Republican Central committee or the citizens state Bank or Postville state Bank in Postville. Select site committee for senior housing a certificate dated March 15, 1972 and signed by Melvin a Synhorst Secretary of state state of Iowa has been received authorizing formation of Postville Community housing inc., for the purpose of providing a senior citizen housing project for Post vice. The of the newly incorporated non profit group is to make available ground floor apartments for residents of Post value and the surrounding area who have at least one family member 62 years of age or older. Construction costs for the apartments will be provided through a loan from of a a. Robert burling was named Dairman of the site selection Survey committee at monday nights Board meeting. Harold a Schroeder Edwin k. Klenk and Rev Cletusj Hawes win assist with the work of the site committee the site committee will make recommendations to the Board on building Sites available and the relative Cost of land in the various Sites proposed. In general . Regulations indicate a location within four blocks of the Central part of town for towns the size of Postville. Action on memberships and donations will be further developed As soon As an approximate Cost of land Purchase is available. This is necessary for establishment of a realistic budget. Those who might have any interest in living in such an apartment Are asked to Contact David a Schutte who is chairman of the interest Survey. The Survey is neither a contract to live in one of the apartments nor a guarantee that an apartment will be available. Construction in the summer of 1972 is a goal of the housing Board. Cemetery association to meet saturday the Post vice cemetery association will hold their annual meeting on saturday March 25, at 7 30 . At memorial Hall at the theatre wednesday through saturday March 22, 2324 and 25 Chrome and hot rated up. Sunday monday and tuesday March 26, 27 and 28--"preacher-man" with Amos Huxley and Dene Kristen. Special matinees saturday and sunday March 25 and 26-"a boy named Charlie happiness is having dad s Day in kindergarten set event for sat. March 25 the Post vice american legion will sponsor a downtown easter egg Hunt saturday according to announcement by Robert Hoffman commander of the local Post. Youngsters through sixth Grade in the Community Are asked to report to memorial Hall Between 1 30 and 2 00 ., saturday March 25, where they will receive a treat and a number. Tie youngsters will then take the number to the participating stores in Postville and match the number with one posted by the firm. When the Matching number is found the youngster jul be presented with a prize at the store. The prizes will Range up to a $1 per youngster with Over $90.00 in Cash prizes altogether. There win be a total of Over 400 prizes and treats for everyone participating in the downtown easter egg Hunt. Co chairmen Ralph Hanson and Roy Knight noted there will be extra legionnaires and local officials on the streets during the time to help direct traffic and escort youngsters safely across the streets. Merchants participating in the Hunt Are As follows Calico trunk Brandt Mobil Gas the Grill Schroeder Standard service Home Oil company Falb motor company s & s food liner Larson Sinclair station Cal & Cora s Phillips 66 Nybergh farm store coast to coast stores Schroeder insurance Bob s electric & refrigeration Koffee shop Anderson s clothing Post vice Herald Frese garage Elyott s camper service Smith insurance Livingood Barber shop Farmers store Schutte s furniture Tyler s Barber shop Tindell s shoe store electric motor shop Cook s Shell service Gordanier cleaners Western Auto store Buren radio & , Postville bakery Postville Paramount pharmacy Don s jewelry Linda s clip n curl Price hardware Schutta s shoe store Ruby s fashion shop Hanson variety no u Beauty Salon the Dereen shop Marianna up Gas Lorraine tots & teens Dorothy s Hobby shop Palmquist dept. Store 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 girl or. And mrs. Leslie Kleppe Ossian March 14. Medical Gene Keppler Rochester Minnesota March 13. Tina Imoehl Elgin March 16. Davis Buddenberg Castalia March 16. Walter Kaiser Monona March 17. Ramett Brown Postville March 18. Surgical mrs. Lester Friederich Luana March 15. Discharged Gregory Gray March 15. Mrs. Edmund Ryan March 16. Mrs. Leslie Kleppe and girl March 18. Tina Imoehl March 19. Mrs. Lester Friederich March 20. Death mrs. Mary Tieskoetter Ossian March 14. Final movies at effigy Mounds four seasons of Yellowstone and Wyoming s wealth of wildlife Are the two films scheduled for showing this weekend at effigy Mounds March 25, 26 and 27. Show times Are saturday at 1 00, 2 00, 3 00 . Sunday at 11 00 . 12 00 noon 1 00, 2 00, 3 00 and 4 00 . And monday at 1 00

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