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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 1, 1972, Postville, Iowa Year. Postville serving the Hub of the four county area Postville Iowa wednesday november 1, 1972 two sections 14 pages number 44 Osman is of final ii contest Man was the Winner football contest of in a week that was i Nisei Itte upsets y Iowa and Michigan the picking rather Dlf Elk. T upsets look at this Over Postville Wau Corah Missouri Over Orth Ostern Over in Iowa tying Michigan be Ware the games most everyone Man Postville mis a of the upsets to e. He registered at thing where he can lining Check e want Tonet Lum with ave wrong and t on the total score d at Postville state he can pick up his is Postville took be wrong and j7 Points Al score. He Regis Grill and his Check r him there lace want to Jeff Olaf who had live 81 Points off on re. He registered at 66 service and his Check was the inner with five wrong its off on the total go stored a1 the Grill up her Check there tag six games Ware it Ken Lein Scott d Koopman Jerry id Taylor Biu an Kevin Lein All of so Millard Olson Arilyn Lenth Cas Rima Strawberry Ren foals Luana enjoyed the contest see you All again racial club tuesday he comme Cial club suday november 7 t 6 00 . In the St. Bridget Church to president Paul s held for Sebastian re held wednesday at 1 30 . From he ran Church Post Bert a Sebastian unday october 22, Hospital in Das Rev Norman Ulle de. Internment was cemetery. Stian son of Frank a a. Nolte Sebastian Postville., Iowa 15. S baptized in urch june 27, 1915, mid and confirmed 28 by pastor Finck. In the United states world War n. Than operated a Gas Otel in Luana con operated the Motel led the Cliff House and then moved to Here he managed to Motel until Marc due to illness he retire. Member of the a and the shrine and of his death was St James lutheran n City. Ceded in death by a a brother har his sister Flor Helm Hal Post a and one Nephew e to rial services Schutte s funeral evening. Military vices were con Ament was in the e try. Awards at association Stein association Nual award night by at living ods in ram adopted this strict i 1 with Dennis Kline Nancy Lyons Wau vers. Ronald Sers received the Junior hails teen members Perry Phend Al Egel Guttenberg y Moon Monona i Luana Mark bin Steffens Gary Corah and Alan Groont. 1st communion at St. Bridget Church five boys and nine girls received their first holy communion at St. Bridget Catholic Church at the 10 00 a. M. Mass sunday october 29. Members of the class were front Row left to right Michael Buechler Kathy Koopman Tommy Bricker Ivy Stoeffler Michael Rissman Daniel Hofschulte Barbara Jones. Back Row left to right Lisa Huinker Jeannie Martin Deann Heying John Elliott James Panoch Kim Wedo Karla Szendei. The adults Are Rev. Donald e. Kruse and mrs. Marvin Kleve. Local merchants will offer 120 free thanksgiving turkeys Hospital notes birth. Boy or. And mrs. Steven Jones Postville october 24. Girl or. And mrs. David Smock Wadena october 28. Medical. Miss Louise Meier Postville october 24. Mrs. Martin Green St. Olaf october 24. Mrs. Arno Duede Garnavillo october 25. Mrs. Hermina Steger Postville october 26. Brian Friederich Castalia october 26. George Willis Postville october 26. Mrs. Lena Schutte Postville october 27. William b. Smith Monona october 27. Surgical. Mrs. George wander Castalia october 25. Mrs. Cora Moses Monona october 28. Discharged. Damond Meyer october 24. Craig Friederich october 25. Mrs. George wander october 27. George Willis october 27. Miss Lenora Ruckdaschel october 28. Mrs. Steven Jones and boy october 28. Mrs. Arno Duede october 29. Miss Louise Meier october 30. Memorial. To Robert Sebastian from mrs. Tillie Meyer or. And mrs. Elmer Radloff or. And mrs. Gordon Schultz or. And mrs. Orville Troester $5.00. William Miene sr., from or. And mrs. Duaine j. Palas $2.00. Services held for Clarence a. Meyer services were held monday october 30 at 2 00 . From St. Paul lutheran Church Postville. A Clarence a Meyer who died at St. Luke s Hospital Davenport Friday october 27. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements or. Meyer had Farmed in the Postville area prior to moving to Rock Island Illinois to 1941. He is survived by two sons a daughter and a brother Milo of Postville burial was in the Postville cemetery. At the Ihezue wednesday thursday Friday and saturday november 1, 2, 3 and 4--Ray Molland Sam Elliott Joan Van Ark and Adam Flake appear in frogs. Rated pm. Sunday monday tuesday no vember 5, 6 and 7 the Wrath of god staring Robert Mitchum rated pm the Postville commercial dub announced this week that 120 free thanksgiving turkeys will be Given away in Postville during the Holiday season registration for the 120 free thanksgiving turkeys will begin wednesday nov 8 and continue for 10 Days. There Are a total of 47 business firms in Postville giving away the 120 free thanksgiving Birds. The drawings for the free turkeys will be held saturday nov 18, More details on the drawing will be announced later. Kiwan ians hear talk on work with Blind Rupert Keef special education teacher in the Postville school shared his experiences working with he Blind in Thailand at the monday night meeting of the club. Next monday David Kudej did Rector of Rcd will speak on the accomplishments and planning of this Agency. Dates and times of food stamp sales following Are the dates times and location for food Stamps during the month of november november 6, 7, and 21, court House Waukon 10 00 . To 12 00 noon 12 30 . To 2 00 . November 8, Arndt Brothers savings Bank Lansing 10 30 a. M. To 12 00 noon. November 9, be Walbon savings Bank new Albin 10 30 am to 12 00 noon. November 10, Remdt Brothers savings Bank harpers ferry 10 00 am to 11 30 am november 10, Huffmus service station Rossville 1 00 pm to 2 00 . November 14, citizens state Bank Postville 10 00 . To 12 00 noon. There will be no certification for Purchase of food Stamps on Sale dates in Waukon. Anyone wishing to inquire about food Stamps should Call the office for an appointment phone 568-2435 prior to the Date they intend to buy the Stamps. Also please Purchase your Stamps at the time they Are sold in your Community. General election will be held in state and nation november 7 rites held for Leo Henry Floody funeral services were conducted from St. Francis de sales Church Ossian monday october 23 a 11 03 . For Leo Floody. The it. Rev. Msgr. V. J. Peters officiated. Or. Floody died at Postville Community memorial Hospital Friday october 20, he had Boon in ill health for several years. Leo Pat Henry Floody son of Henry and Bridget byte Floody was born september 13, 1906 on a farm South of Castalia he attended St. Francis a sales Grade school the Castalia school and Postville High school. He was inducted into the army in 1942 at Scott Field Illinois receiving training at Camp Shelby Mississippi and Camp Claiborne Louisiana he was stationed at Skagway Alaska with the Railroad battalion. He returned to the United states in december 1944. Or. Floody did construction work from 1944 until 1959 at Peoria Illinois when he retired to Castalia. Or. Floody was preceded in death by his father in 1925, his Mother in 1946 two Brothers James m. Floody in 1960 and Edward of Floody in 1969. Surviving Are a sister Mary Floody of Castalia and four nieces. He was a member of the american legion and veterans of foreign wars military rites were conducted by american legion Post 503 of Ossian at the graveside. Burial was in St Francis de sales cemetery. Richard m. Nixon Spiro t. Agnew George s. Mcgovern r. Sargent Sli River local churches to observe world Community Day Friday women of the presbyterian Catholic and lutheran churches of Postville will celebrate world Community Day on Friday november 3, at 2 30 . At St. Paul lutheran Church. They will join with the Young and not so Young in thousands of other commit titties across the nation in a doming of age Celebration millions of eighteen to Twenty one year Olds will be participating in a National election for the first time and will be joining their elders in assuming full citizenship responsibilities. The coming of age1 applies to the older celebrants too for they recognize that mature Christian citizenship is never an accomplished fact but a constant process of coming of age they Welcome the idealism vigor and comm Mont to a peaceful world Community that the Young people bring with them As citizens come of age. Special gift certificates costing $3,00, will be available and can be designated to dress an overseas child provide books and materials for leadership and vocational training to american indians provide blankets for refugee and disaster situations or As emergency funds to be used where needed response to these appeals a will find its Climax on world Community Day a Good time to remember that As members of a world Community to have a responsibility to share. All members of the Community Are invited to attend. Nursery service will be provided. A Fellowship Tea will be held following the Celebration. Need More funds to finish Pool the Postville swimming Pool committee has sent out an Appeal letter asking for More funds to Complete the Pool project. The added funds Are needed to cover some unexpected expenses. The committee is asking for about $10 donation from each family to cover about a total of $4,500 additional expense. Letters with return envelopes were mailed recently asking Abr the funds. The extra expense came from the three per cent sales tax that had to be paid for certain parts of the Pool the Cost of the construction of the Utility building for the water Heaters and the additional land fill deemed necessary around the Pool. The general election to name the next president of the United states and state District county and township officers will be held tuesday november 7. Polls will be open in Postville at memorial Hall from 8 03 . To 8 00 polling places in the four township areas Here Are Post township memorial Hall Postville Franklin township red school Jefferson township Rossville presbyterian Church and Lud a w township Bethlehem presbyterian Church Republican the Republican candidates Are As follows heading the ballot this year for the office of president of the United states is Richard m. Nixon California for the office of vice president Spiro to Agnew Maryland Jack Miller Woodbury county is candidate for United states senator. State offices governor Robert a Ray Polk co. Lieutenant governor Arthur a. Neu Carroll co Secretary of state Melvln a Synhorst Polk co. Auditor of state Lloyd a Smith Polk co treasurer of state Maurice e. Baringer Polk co. Secretary of agriculture Robert h. Lounsberry Story co attorney general Richard c. Turner Polk co District offices representative in Congress second District Theodore r. Ellsworth Dubuque co. State senator9th District Dale a Leden Clayton co. State representative 17thdis-trict-John c. Mendenhall Alla Makee co county offices county auditor a e. Ricker. Clerk of District court Lloyd a Kulsrud. County sheriff Neil . County attorney John w. Shafer. Board of supervisors 1973 term John a Beisker. Democrat the ballot this year for the democrats is headed by George Mcgovern of South Dakota for the office of president of the United states and a Sargent Shriver of Maryland for vice president. Dick Clark Linn co. Is the candidate for United states senator. State offices governor Paul Franzenburg Story county. Lieutenant governor William Gannon Jasper co Secretary of state Daryl e. Beall Dallas co auditor of state of Harold Forret Dallas co treasurer of state Albertl Anderson Polk co Secretary of agriculture Kenneth a Owen App noose co attorney general James h. Reynolds Dubuque co District offices representative in Congress second District John a Culver Linn co state senator 9th District George Leonard Clayton co state representative 17thdis-trict William a Luster Alla Makee co county offices member Board of supervisors 1973 term Paul a Ferring. Wire for t 4 a Complete grading for new Street special ballots also appearing on the ballot Are three proposed amendments to the Constitution of Iowa requiring Lyes or no votes at the polls next tuesday november 7. The entire text of each amendment is on display on the left hand Side inside the curtain of the voting machine Booths. In Brief the amendments Are should an amendment be adopted to allow retirement of judges for disability and to discipline or remove them for Good cause should an amendment be adopted to fix four year terms for governor lieutenant governor Secretary of state and attorney general following the 1974 general election should an amendment be adopted to repeal the prohibition against lotteries and the Sale of lottery tickets vote for judges Iowa voters will also decide by a yes or no vote whether to keep three supreme court judges and 27 District judges in office. Judges in Iowa Are appointed by tie governor but the state Constitution provides for the voters to decide whether to retain them in office. The supreme court judges must stand for retention every eight years while District court judges Are up for retention every six years. The supreme court judges will be on the ballot statewide. The District court judges appearing on the ballot Are for this District Only. Also nominated by petition for Alla Makee county sheriff is Gary a Gibbs of Waukon. Vote Early election officials urge voters to go to the polls Early next tuesday so that the massive Job of counting the ballots can Start by mid Day. Early voting will be a big help to the counting Board in keeping up with election returns. To tag voters club of the hour members will again tag voters at the polls with a Small tag which states i have voted have you the tags worn by those who have voted will be a reminds r to All to exercise their rights As voters. Dates to remember thursday november 16--annual Turkey Street Light supper Frankville. Thursday november 9--Lute-Flsk supper West Clermont Church Sale dates sales advertised saturday november 4--household Sale mrs. Lucy Kamp Lor Enz m. Wellman auctioneer. Dates claimed saturday november 11-construction equipment and household Sale mrs. Roger Waters. Security Bank Decorah clerk. Chuck Hoth and Lorenz Willman auctioneers. Saturday november 18 household Sale Leonard Oldag Lorenz a Willman auctioneer saturday december 2-farm Sale of Robert Enyart and Lloyd Schroeder. Dean and Eaton auctioneers. Grading for the new Street just North of the Hall Roberts Community swimming Pool has been completed. The Street looks Northeast toward Lull with which it will connect. This Street listed As Park is one of two being built in this area. The other is to the East and connects with Lull at the same place. Reportedly several lots in the new Section have already been sold. Late news Wayne Plant sold word was received Here late monday that the Wayne poultry Turkey processing Plant Here has been sold to Iowa Turkey products inc. The new corporation is headed by Chuck Morgan Sumner. Apparently details of the Transfer were completed Friday. Possession Date is reported to be december 15, 1972. Wayne poultry co., a division of Allied Mills inc., purchased the local Plant from Fred Groth and sons in july of 1965. Over the past seven years several expansions have been made to the Plant

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