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Postville Herald Newspaper Archives May 31 1972, Page 1

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - May 31, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the Hub of the four county area list year. Postville Iowa wednesday May 31, 1972 number 22 Library program Jamer Reading program red by the Postville pub Lay will Start june 1 for Lis from kindergarten sixth Grade. Ales for the sum Rae r read pm Are As follows dents in grades k through Rill Dave a Reading hour 11 torn 10 00 to 11 00 . Irskay evening from 7 00 . Tie child need not i entire hour there will it lot each one. Jents in grades three six would participate in ram by Reading the Fol squared number of books / Tor a special Reading lie and one free ticket so framing Pool third fourth is books f looks sixth--10 books Zients will list on a refill the title and author of Dok read. Parents must form to verify that the Ere read by the student j child should turn in report form at a time Iran May ask a few ques Hii the books on the re j child must read books i suitable for his Grade ils Reading ability k program begins june 1 Pes july 3. To qualify for ill Cate a child will need i from two to four books for the program i from the Postville pub Jand report forms picked up and returned regular Library hours man., tues., wed., 12 to 5 30 . Thurs-09 00 . And sat. From 3 . It. Governor to speak at local Pool dedication set men s softball meeting thursday a meeting of the men s softball association has been set for thursday june 1 at Frank s red lantern at 8s30 . Any team wishing to play in a summer league should have a representative at the meeting. David Mohr is augustan Grad David a. Mohr Luana was one of the 430 students receiving degrees from augustan College Sioux Falls South Dakota sunday May 28. Mohr received a a in history graduating cum laude. Mar Low and Hanson to attend boy s state Driver escapes serious injury As Semi truck Rolls the Driver of this truck Jack o. Buck 36, Paw Paw mich., escaped with Only minor injuries when this Semi rolled Over about a half mile West of Postville on Highway 18 Here last week. The truck had just left hygrade with a Load of quarters of beef when it went off the Road. According to the Driver who was treated at the Postville Hospital and released his steering went out. The quarters of beef were loaded on another unit also operated by Powers transport inc., storm Lake. The Postville Volunteer fire department was called to water Down the cab in Case of leaking Gas and Oil. Jid Highway 1. Heo Iirth Edar rapids ii the Paul Schutte and Ide represented Post the Iowa Highway Corn Public hearing wednes i 24 at Cedar rapids on used interstate 380 from ields to Waterloo Al tie opinions expressed. La favor of the routes Fence or Winthrop. The Iowa communities that resented expressed the better highways and link Itte rest of the state. Isle need Tor Good High. I tourism and Industry ised heavily for North it was pointed out route approach to mde i would be cheaper to j san the Diagonal to a the theatre to thursday Friday Vij May 31, june 1, 2 Welcome Home Soldier. A a monday and tuesday 5 and 6 made for net with Joseph Bologna Taylor. Rated up. Horses aide class to Start in Waukon Northgate  Manor nursing and retirement Home Waukon will cooperate with area i school division of adult education in a summer Basic nurse aide training program. Registration for the 120-hour preparatory program will take place at Liberty House at 1 00 ., june 1, 1972. Applicants can be men or women at least 16 years of age. Lead instructor for the program will be Mickey Connor . Hiring consultant for Northgate. Classes will be from 9 00 am to 12noon,mondays, wednesdays and fridays for two months. A clinical class will be scheduled for a seven hour period on an additional Day. For More information regarding fees or enrolment procedures Contact or Sweeny or mrs. Connor. Coordinator of the area nurse aide training programs in the Mono a health planning Council area is Elaine Duvel in classes Are arranged for at various times and places throughout the year. Postville Community housing applies for Cha building loan Jeff Hanson Gary Marlow take option on East Greene Street site Postville Community housing inc. Has submitted a preliminary application to of h. A for a loan to cover the building costs of a five unit ground level apartment As senior citizen housing for Postville. Interest charges on the loan Are three per cent with a 50-year repayment provision. Securing the loan for building costs is contingent upon the Success of the financial drive now underway for the $10,000 needed from the local Community Tor securing a building site and the costs involved in regard to the building site and initial operational costs. An option has been taken by Postville Community housing my. From the town of Postville Abr the town property on East Greene Street Bert a Hanson and associates inc., West Union Are engaged in making an official Survey of the property for Postville Community housing. In action at the Board meeting May 22 chairman Harold a Schroeder appointed Robert h. Burling Edwin a Klenk and Rev. Cletus j. Hawes to the building committee with instructions to investigate the most desirable Type of building or buildings and the Best Means of locating buildings on the property under consideration. The next Board meeting will be held monday june 5, in St. Bridget Parish Hall. 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 Dick Schlee Postville May 22. Mrs. Lena Perry Postville May 22. Herbert Falb Elgin May 23. Mrs. Alice Bergan Postville May 23. Mrs. Viola Schultz Postville May 24. Frank Tayek Monona May 25. Herman Reckward Castalia May 25. Otto Gisleson Elgin May 26. Mrs. Lizzie Miller Postville May 26. Robert Szabo Castalia May 27. Discharged. Waldo Embretson May 22. Mrs. Bob Jones and girl May 23. Dick Schlee May 23. Mrs. Jacob Hoover May 24. Mrs. Viola Schultz May 25. Jack Goltz May 26. Mrs. Alice Bergan May 27. Mrs. Lizzie Miller May 27. Robert Szabo May 28. Herbert Falb May 29. Mrs. Laura Funk May 29.  death Joseph Frycek Anamosa May 24. Students to Start interviews june 5 Julie Yanda and Becky Huebner College students who Are part of a work study program in cooperation with the Center for agriculture and Rural development at Ames will Start june 5 to interview Over 400 families in Alla Makee Clayton Fayette Howard and Winneshiek counties. They will be gathering information on How residents would like to see the area resources utilized. Opinions will remain confidential. The program is sponsored by the upper explorer land re source conservation and development project executive Board with the idea being that locally directed resource developments must reflect the wishes of local people according to Dave Kudej soil conservationist assigned to the project. Jeff Hanson son of the Ralph Hanson and Gary Marlow son of the Lester Marlowe will represent Arthur f. Brandt Post 518 at the annual american legion boy s state to be held at Camp Dodge Des Moines june 3-9. Both boys will be seniors next fall Are Honor Roll students and have demonstrated qualities of responsibility dependability and leadership in school and Community. Bruce Anderson wins Gates award a special award was presented to Bruce Anderson employee of Cal & Cora s "66" service by the Gates mystery Man in their Phillips "66" station in Postville. The award a plaque bearing two rare Silver dollars two Kennedy half dollars and a specially minted commemorative Coin set in an automotive design was presented for exceptional customer service by a representative of the Gates rubber company of Denver Colo. The Gates mystery cars regularly travel across the nation stopping at service stations look Jean Adam Honor graduate Jean Adam daughter of Walter Adams of Postville is among some 230 University of Iowa seniors who graduated with special honors at commencement exercises Friday May 26. Jean graduated with highest distinction and was awarded Aba degree. Ing for exceptional service. Each mystery car has a worn fan Belt. Special award plaques Are presented to service stations noticing the defective Belt and offering to replace it. This is the Thi Ixl award plaque Given to Cal & Corn s "66" service of Postville. Youngsters ride bikes for License h d several Hundred Postville youngsters and quite a few adults fir a l of a r do r bikes and display a reflector to obtain a License for be a her sturday. For any persons who missed licensing their week officials will be on hand again this coming saturday. Name Schutte on Dean s list Peter a Schutte son of the Paul schuttes earned the distinction of being placed on the Dean s Honor Roll for the fall semester 1971,. At Antral Texas College Killeen Texas to earn a place on the Honor Roll a student must have a Grade Point average of at least 3.5 on a 4.0 system. Selling first pc membership shown Here Are David l. Schutte left and John Falb jr., right making the Sale of the first membership in the Postville Community housing inc., to Harold h. Schroeder. Schutte and Falb Are co chairmen of the fund drive to raise 510,000 through memberships and donations to help provide senior housing in Postville. Memberships will be $25 per individual or firm and donations of any amount will be taken. Set for 2 pm sun., june 11 the dedication of the Postville Community swimming Pool has been set for sunday june 11 at 2 . Iowa it. Governor Roger Jep son will be the main speaker for the dedication ceremony. Details on the program will be announced later. Plans now Call for some competitive events and races to be part of the program. The actual opening Date of the Pool is still Uncertain depending on weather and construction details. As of tuesday morning most of the Cement work painting the Pool remains to be completed. Also planned is sodding of the Banks around the Pool. The Pool is unique in that As up to this Point no funds from any Branch of a governmental unit have been spent. All of the Money for the construction has come from donations throughout the Postville Community school District. Also Many items of work connected with the finishing of the Bathhouse have been by donated labor. And it is expected More labor will be donated for some of the finishing work and sodding. Services held for Leon Chamberlain services were held tuesday May 30 at 1 30 . From the Community presbyterian Church Postville for Leone Chamberlain who died Friday May 26 in the Postville Hospital. The Rev Dick Harberts officiated. Schutte s were in charge of arrangements. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. An obituary will appear in next week s is raid. Couto receives air Force commission c. Douglass Couto of Postville son of mrs Darlene Couto was among 60 men who were commissioned As officers in the United states army air Force and Navy preceding University of Iowa commencement exercises Friday May 26. Couto a distinguished military graduate was commissioned As it. In the air Force. Announce winners in legion poppy poster contest Over 60 entries were judged in the voluntary poppy poster contest sponsored by the american legion auxiliary of Sheehan Post. Judges were mrs. Lorraine Crowe mrs. Lloyd Meiier and mrs. Roy Swenson. Jim Mcneil Postville 8th grader received first in his division and first Over All. His poster received a i rating in the District Competition at Manchester May 13 and will be entered in state Competition in july Paula Moser received second and Vickie Elliott thirty. Both Are 8th graders. Each student received a Cash award of $2,50, $1.50 and $1.00 respectively. Prize winners in the Larrabee elementary school were first Michael Friederich 6th Grade second Larrie Nelson 4th Grade and Sharlene Schneider 5th Grade third prize. Area students Isu graduates among the 2,147 students receiving degrees from Iowa state University Ames were Matthew j. Erickson in history and political science and Judy l. Rosen Baum in biology. Peter a. Wolf Clermont received a degree in mechanical technology. This was the largest graduation class in the history of the University. Sale dates Date claimed saturday june 10, household Sale mrs. We Faulk and mrs. Albert Lubke. Hoth auctioneer citizens state Bank clerk. To

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