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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 3, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the Hub j g of my Jim j of the four county area w first year. Postville Iowa wednesday May 3, 1972 number 18 e of the peace Urt news Reginald Walls Post township Akee county Iowa Ted herewith is a list of appearing in my court month of april 1972. On in each Case is As below Les Waterloo Speed 00 and costs Oes Sehl Elkader .8.00 and costs. Broadwater Postville pent tires $10,00 _ Boysen. Postville equipment Muffler costs Boysen Postville piment tires t $10.00 Heck Postville no slow Emblem $3.00 and be Anderson Postville a he under suspension venue Schroeder Caledonia reciprocity permit 1 costs. 11 Ryder Dubuque $14.00 and costs. Russell Waukon $20.00 and costs. Timmerman cast Alia $18,00 and costs it Blockhus Elgin $20.00 and costs. Wessels holy Cross driving$20.00 and t Colsch Postville the peace $10,00 and Miller West Union $12.00 and costs up Waukon Speed 00 and costs. 1 Hofer West Union $20.00 and costs. Con we 11, Dubuque $20.00 and costs t Sheehan Waterloo $20.00 and costs or Arlington Speed-00 and costs. Is held for Arl Schultz were held in the com presbyterian Church Friday april 28 at a mrs. Carl Schultz pril 26 in memorial Rairie Duchien was re she had been con january. The Rev. Its officiated. Meier daughter of and Mildred Laughlin born february 4,1902 lie. She grew up in and received her de the Minert school. 1927, she was United to Carl a Schultz to this Union three re born Marvin child that died in e Farmed in the Post a vicinities moving in Luana in 1944, to was a member of Unity presbyterian Tive in it s work until a stroke in septem another stroke in 3, left her paralysed to a wheelchair for her daughter Mary r in the Home most Itz was preceded in husband Carl in de-6, a child in infancy if in in october 1966. Re a daughter Mary Sisters mrs Ralph in Postville mrs. Folsom Waukon Dorothy Sandvik Jln Nesotas and mrs. Lotte Fenton Spring Nesotas two grand Andy and Susan tier several nieces Vas in the Monona Monona. The. Raindrops keep falling on my head raindrops keep falling on my head seems an appropriate theme song for these saturated Jonquil that finally blossomed in spite of a Long siege of cold Rainy weather to brighten the Yard at the e. W. Kozelka Home. The continuous Rains prompted one Young lad to ask if april showers bring May Flowers what do May showers bring Don t give up Hope lad it might yet turn out to be the merry merry month of May. 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. Medical mrs. Gilbert Rose Monona april 24. Mrs. Ronald Osterhus Clermont april 25. Mrs. Donald Lestina Monona april 26. Mrs. Louis Wiegand Monona april 27. Mrs. Lorenz Pape Postville april 27. Mrs. Henry Lubbers Postville april 30. Surgical mrs. Vernas Meyer Postville april 26. Mrs. Ruth Hupfer Monona april 27. Todd Hanson Monona april 27. Discharged mrs. Fay Ward april 25. Victor Meyer april 27. Mrs. Vernas Meyer april 28. Todd Hanson april 28. Mrs. Donald Lestina april 29. Mrs. Louis Wiegand april 30. Mrs. Lorenz Pape May 1. Memorial to Rose Dahms from friends $2.00. To Bertha Pulfer from Pulfer family $20.00. Death Ray Peters Monona april 29. Mrs. Hulda Pape Monona april 30. Board hires a teacher award contracts Daniel r. Miller of Charles City has accepted the vocational agriculture position in the Postville High school. Or. Miller is married has one child and will graduate from Iowa state University next month. The Board of education went on record at the special meeting last thursday to accept the recommendations of a faculty committee to repaint the Large gym red and White this summer. It also agreed to hire Edward Kram Beer to Complete the school census in june. This census must be compiled every two years according to state Law. Contracts were approved to Purchase a replacement milk cooler for the lot lunch program from Linderbaum refrigeration and a replacement refrigerator from Bob s Dairy Supply. Contracts were awarded on the basis of competitive bids. The regular meeting monday May 8 was postponed to thursday May 11, because of conflicts. The Board went on record to cooperate with the town of Postville in sharing the Cost of replacement of planks Tor the base Ball bleachers at the athletic Field. Flower and Garden books at Library the new Book for the month of May in the Postville Public Library is Taylor Caldwell s Captain and the Kings. A series of Charlie Brown books the Peanut books for children by Charles m. Schultz and Flower and Garden books of interest Are available. The Flower Book display includes creativity in Flower arranging Abc of Flower arrangements shaping Trees and shrubs and a Garden encyclopedia. Bicycles will also find a Magazine of interest to them. Brad Rekow Samaritan infer pril 30 the cof As served by the women Price was conduct a. Tolo. Ago prizes from St. Iran Church Wom its from Northern Ity Garden club. The monthly to was held Friday the Post Franklin Irene hostesses. The Ted a program of Amber of songs by a Alley chums 4-h Oft shoe dance by refreshments were Jents having birth were Katherine to. Mcguire we. Jabeth Smith Eva Lothy Boese. Rekow receives Iowa Farmer degree at sme Brad Rekow son of the Leigh Pekows was awarded the Iowa Farmer degree at the 44th annual Fra leadership conference held in Des Moines april 20,21 and 22, this is the highest degree conferred on members by the Iowa association Fra. Brad is president of the Postville chapter. To be elected to the Iowa Farmer degree a member must have satisfactorily completed two years of instruction in vocational agriculture. Have an outstanding program of supervised farming and or other agricultural occupational experience program. Be familiar with the state and National Fra constitutions be regularly enrolled in a vocational agriculture department. Be proficient in parliamentary procedure. Be Able to Lead a group discussion for 40 minutes. Have earned at least $500 by his own efforts from his supervised farming and or other agricultural experience program and have it productively invested or deposited in a Bank. Show outstanding ability in leadership and cooperation in school chapter and Community activities. Have a satisfactory scholarship record. Hold the chapter Farmer de and have been an Active Gree member of the Fra for at least two years. Have participated in an outstanding Way in activities for Community improvement and the development of agriculture. Display award other members attending the state Fra convention were delegates Dennis Turner and David Fox and members attending with the Fra display which received a Bronze were Monty bums Dan Brainard de Kttleson Chuck Friederich Doug Zimmerman Mike Plaht and Rick Friederich. Increase shown in savings Bond sales of c. O Riley and Nathan c. Hale Waukon Volunteer county savings Bonds chairmen reported that March sales of series e and h savings Bonds in Alla Makee county were $36,942. This boosts the three month total to $113,026 for 33 per cent of its 1972 quota. Sales in All of Iowa during March were $8,447,345, which is Over h per cent above sales of March 1971, total sales in the state for the first three months Are $25,423,425 for 30 per cent of the 1972 goal. At the end of the first Quarter Mills county leads with 51 per cent of its Dollar quota. Following closely Are Lucas with 49 per cent Ringgold 48, Taylor 47 and Van Buren 46 per cent. Three month sales and per cent of quotas attained Are shown for other counties in this area Clayton county $274,762 for 33 per cent Fayette $239,206, 26 per cent Winneshiek $221,325, 34 percent. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday May 3, 4, 5 and 6 the hard ride with Robert Fuller Sherry Bain and Tony Russel. Rated up. Sunday monday and tuesday May 7, 8 and 9 the great Northfield Minnesota raid starring Cliff Robertson. Rated go. Services held for Donald m. Gordon services were conducted wednesday april 19 at 10 30 . From St. Paul lutheran Church Postville for Donald m. Gordon who died As a result of an automobile Accident april 16. The Rev. Clarence Johnson officiated Donald Milton Gordon son of Milton Thomas Gordon and Anna m. Boese Gordon was bom july 9, 1928 in Postville. He spent his Early years in the Community receiving his education in Postville and graduating from Postville High school in 1945. He served in the u. S. Navy from october 1945 until december 1947. June 6, 1959 he was United in marriage to Betty Boleyn in Wisconsin. They lived in Byron Illinois before recently moving to Postville. Preceding him in death was an infant son and his parents. Survivors include his wife Batty two sons and a daughter Donald jr., Oxnard California Roger St Paul Minnesota Michelle Oxnard California three Stepsons Norman Boleyn i. Pleasant James Boleyn Rock Ford Illinois and Bradley Boleyn in the a s. Navy. Also brother Duane of Chula Vista California seven Sisters mrs. Ernie Lola Heins Alice Trudo mrs. Eugene Jean Szabo mrs. Adrian Sharon Nelson All of Postville mrs. Charles Charlotte Gifford and Nancy Dilley both of Prairie Duchien Wisconsin and mrs Don Janet Yauslin Cedar rapids. Interment was in the Postville cemetery the Postville pirate track team showed some surprising depth in winning the class a title at the Waukon Indian relays last week. The pirates placed in every event but one and in several of the individual events placed two men. The pirates had 85 team Points to 73 for runner up South Winn. Valley was third with 62 followed by Guttenberg with 37 and Spring Valley Minn and Turkey Valley tied with 21 each. The e pirates had five first places seven seconds five thirds one fourth and three fifths. Pete Mohror was the pirates Only double Winner taking the. 100 and 220 dashes. Craig Harberts won the High jump in record fashion at 5-6, Mike o Hara in the Long jump 18-2 and Kenton Groth in the Pale vault 9-6, were the other firs place winners Tor the pirates. Taking seconds were Jim Zie Man two mile Mike o Hara 220 dash Steve Snitker mile 880 relay Mike o Hara Scott o Hara Joe Geno Pete Mohror Craig Harberts 440 dash mile Medley Scott o Hara Kevin Groth Joe Geno Steve Snitker and mile relay Mike o Hara Brad Rekow Joe Geno and Craig Harberts. Third places went Topete Moh Long jump Bruce Ever Man. Hurdles two mile relay senator Jack Miller school ranks 8th in tally when compared with 17 other High school districts in the four county area Alla Makee Clayton Fayette Winneshiek the Postville Community school District ranked 8th in average daily membership of students according to a study released recently by the department of Public instruction. According to these figures for 1970 -1971, Postville with an average Dally membership of 1,-145.3 ranked eighth while Mil with an average daily membership of 1,031.9 ranked 9th. Central of Elkader with an average of 1,159.7 ranked seventh in the four counties. The Oelwein Community school District with an average daily membership of 2,443.6 had the largest Pupil enrolment in the four counties. Alla Makee Community was next with an of 2,318.4 followed by Decorah with 2,097,8 and North Fayette with 1,494.5. Other than the four county seat towns Starmont had the largest Vith 1,354.4 followed by Turkey Valley with 1,238.4, following Turkey Valley was Central 1,159.7 Postville 1,145.3 Mil 1,031.9 South Winneshiek 931.5 and Valley 877,4. The two districts with the smallest in the four counties Ware Fayette with 459.8 and mar Mac with 490.5. Other school districts ranked As follows Guttenberg 828.8 Eastern Alla Makee 821.8 West Central 665.5 North Winneshiek 624.3 Gama Villo 542.3. Set workshop on nursing care for burned patient a one Day workshop on nursing care of the Burn injured patient has been scheduled at the area one vocational technical school Calmar for thursday May 25, beginning at 8 30 . A pre registration deadline has been set for May 8, the program will cover the scope of Burn problem prevention path physiology of Burn injury emergent nursing care films total treatment of Burn injury reaction of Mother and child to injury and a question and answer period. There will be a charge which will include lunch. Applications should be made to Elaine Duvel r.n., coordinator area i to tech adult education Calmar Iowa. Local students receive honors More than 1,200 St. Olaf College students were honoured for excellence in scholarship at the College s annual honors convocation May 3. In order to qualify Tor the Honor distinction a student must maintain a 3.0 Grade average on a4.0 scale equivalent to a b Grade or better Jane Deering daughter of mrs. Leeone Deering and Kttleson daughter of the John kit Plesons were among the students honoured. Miller to speak sunday May 7 at Honor banquet Jack Miller of Sioux City member of the United states Senate since 1960, will be the featured speaker for the Postville kiwanis club honors banquet this sunday. May 7, at St. Bridget Catholic Church at 6 30 . Senator Miller served with distinction in the state legislature prior to becoming a United states senator his most notable achievement was passage of what is today known As the Iowa income tax Law which was used As a Model by several other states. He has established a reputation As an articulate Quick thinking forceful speaker. Senator Miller is married and the father of four children. Seniors of the Postville Community High school who have merited Scholastic honors or honors and awards in co curricular and extra curricular activities other than athletics will be the guests of the kiwanis club. Tickets May be purchased from members of the kiwanis club the citizens state Bank or Postville state Bank. Reservations should be made Early. The dinner is open to the mrs. Fred Waters services held funeral services were held wednesday april 26, at 1 30p.m. From St. John s lutheran Church in Waukon for mrs Fred Waters of Rural Postville who died saturday april 22, in the Postville Community Hospital following a heart attack. The Rev. Hansing officiated and burial was in the Frankville cemetery. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. Nellie Morstad was born Inal Kamakee county april 27, 1893, the daughter of John and Martha Eide Morstad. She was educated in the local schools and married Arthur Grinager who died in 1945. She was employed As Matron of the Alla Makee county Home for 14 years. She was a member of St. John s lutheran Church Waukon and of the United presbyterian women of the Frankville Church. October 14, 1954, she married Fred Waters who survives. Also surviving Are a daughter . Phyllis Edwards of Detroit Michigan six grandchildren four great grandchildren a sister mrs. Ella Rognier of Seattle Washington. Three Brothers preceded her in death. Am vets to meet monday May 8 the regular meeting of the Clayton county am vet Post #27 and auxiliary will be held monday evening May 8 at the Heidelberg gardens Luana at 8 00 . Pirates win class a title at Waukon s Indian relays Dawn Anderson in Honor society Dawn Anderson daughter of mrs. Mary Ann Anderson a Junior in elementary education at the University of Iowa was recently initiated int o Phi Lambda Olieta a National honorary and professional association for women in the Field of education. Dates to remember saturday may20 american legion annual safety Lane Check. Nancy Rosberg to be capped mrs. Joyce Brandt Scott Community College division head of health occupations has announced that capping ceremonies will be conducted for 37 students May 6. The event will take place at 7 00 . At Christ the King Chapel St Ambrose College Davenport. Among those who will be capped is Nancy Rosberg daughter of the Robert Rosbergh. Ror High. Byron Everman Lynn Hei Skermit White Bruce Everman and Brad Rekow Low hurdles. Picking up a fourth was Brad Rekow in the High hurdles. Fifths went to Kevin Groth discus Leroy Hofer 880 and 440 relay Jerry Johnson Kevin Groth Bruce Everman Kedric Groth. Member of 50 year club Marie Lansing Ossian displays the special certificate she received from the Iowa press association in recognition of 50 years of service to the newspaper profession. Miss Lansing who has served nearly 29 years As Linotype operator at the Postville Herald started her career As a bookkeeper for the Ossian Bee. When the Linotype operator resigned miss Lansing took Over and continued her career As a Linotype operator. Recognition was Given at the annual state press convention held recently in Des Moines. Pool pledges due residents Are reminded that Pool pledges payable april 1 Are now past due and delinquent. Payments should be made As soon As possible at either the citizens state Bank or Postville state Bank in Postville. Sale dates Sale advertised saturday May 6, Earl Roffman and sons farm Sale. Auctioneers Lorenz m. Willman Ozzle Quan Dahl. Clerk Waukon state Bank

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