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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 8, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the Hub cmdr majr mme of the four county area c 12 pages two sections year j Postville Iowa wednesday november 8, 1972 number 45 k. T. Cook to retire love served 27 years it superintendent of i matted his Resigna Post value Board of a special meeting Ras Stober 31. The re 11 accepted and will hive june 30, 1973. Came to Postville in serving in the Capa of her superintendent i fool principal in the Ion Delhi Bedford Rhodes and new _ his resignation a manned he will have ferment age nest fall int plans Are still also submitted to _ requirements of ventral association a dents in member a he state require a position for special def the special Edu i of tie Tri county it s office to trans fately 20 students i education classes a it school year was Itte Board. This will be no special issues in Postville of year a business business presented Jlong the Board Btl mate of expenses Dave Long wrest attend a wrest Day november 4. Ideation by the us athletic director principal was sub Oard that in the least of Home foot Truid be permitted Les such broadcasts drop in attendance Revenue for Home Ilion of Calvin Moe Cli 23, 197 3 was it accepted under at a suitable re St first be found based a fishing Recta. Went on record to ability rules for athletics recon state super Riten a instruction. These rules the athletic ave enforced in the the peace news ild Walls township county Iowa Relth is a list of Aring in my court month of october i and disposition of j below Postville Dis Etc $15.00 and Clermont Speed we Cost. Son $10.00 and a Postville Dis Ace $10.00 and Oxnard Calif or-$20.00 and Cost Good Postville Gace $10.00 and Hudson nov. 3 ices were held at 7i november 3 at Church farm a Hudson who ipod Dimity hos to october 31. The i officiated. Bur Borway lutheran Olaf. Erk Hudson was in Boardman or 6, 1917, she Herriage to Han a of St. Olaf. A marriage Slie Way lutheran 1 moving to far-6 a member of i Church j of her husband i practical nursing f i until ill health ded in death by her parents a est Haltmeyer. Or three Daught Dorothy Cor Arjorie Cor of Farmersburg Norma Moore pen Grandc Hll Reat Grandc Hll jars mrs Faye Onia mrs. Edna Walter Irene org and a Bra s yer Postville fes and nephews. Kenneth t. Cook Karl k. Marston Dies in Louisiana Karl k. Marston of Metairie Louisiana died suddenly Friday november 3, at his Home there. Funeral services Ware held mon Day morning in Metairie. Burial will be in the Postville be me Tery. Or Marston was an Uncle of Hall Roberts. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday november 5 the Coffee hour was served by the Marion lutheran women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Robert Henrik sen. Gifts Flowers from the funeral services of Clarence Meyer and Alice Knudson. Activities monday evening residents were served cake and ice Cream in Honor of the wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Joe Braun. Tuesday the residents enjoyed a halloween party. Special guests were members of miss Joan Lamoyne s third Grade class. They came in costumes presented each resident with a hat they had made and gave some readings and songs. Mrs. Elizabeth Smith dressed As a ghost told a halloween Story and Matt Zurbriggen Sang an italian song. The students each received a favor which some of the ladies had made. The residents were very pleased with the visit and also with the letters they have received from the third graders. Cake and ice Cream was served on thursday in Honor of the birthday of Bertha Folsom. Saturday afternoon cake and ice Cream was served in Honor of the birthday of Ellen Fritz. Jane Deering joins Phi Beta Kappa ten St. Olaf College students have been initiated into the St Olaf chapter of Phi Beta Kappa National Scholastic Honor society. The new St. Olaf initiates include Jane Deering daughter of mrs Leeone Deering Postville preschoolers Start Reading hour at town Library thursday morning from 10 to 11, fourteen children enjoyed an hour at the Library. Mrs. James Seeley is in charge of the Reading hour stories Are read songs Are Sung records Are listened to and games Are played. The last 15 minutes of the program is to help the children select books. Four and five year Olds May come thursday nov. 9 from 10 to 11. The following new books Are at the Postville Public Library Jonathan Livingston Seagull by Richard Bach mrs. Starr lives All alone by Jon Godde Jas Long As the Rivers run by Sam a slate and on the night of the seventh Moon by Victoria Holt Library hours Are monday tuesday wednesday Friday -200 to 5 30 . Thursday -7 00 to 9 00 . And saturday -9 00 to 11 30 . At the theatre for one week he tuesday through tuesday novembers to 14--Marlon Brando and Al of i no Star in bated a there will be Only one show nightly starting at 7.30 . Postville merchants to give away 3/4 ton of turkeys Plant owners visit Postville the new owners of the Turkey processing Plant Here were visitors last week. They were greeted by m. F. Chevalier of citizens state Bank. He is shaking hands with Chuck Morgan president of the new corporation. In the rear left to right Are Kenneth Appleby Secretary treasurer Doug Morgan director and Thomas die Rick vice president. Contemplate few changes in operation of Turkey Plant Hospital notes birth. Girl or. And mrs. David Smock Wadena october 28. Medical. Mrs. Art Lantz Elgin october 30. Leo Heins Postville october 31. Matt Wenthe Elgin october 31. Mrs. Howard Mork West Union november 2. Merle Anderson Clermont november 3. Larry Plaht Postville november 3. Surgical. Henry Lubbers Farmersburg november 1. Discharged. William b. Smith october 31. Mrs. Art Lantz november 1. Brian Friederich november 1. Leo Heins november 1. Mrs. David Smock and girl november 1. Mrs. Howard Mork november 3. Matt Wenthe november 4. Larry Plaht november 4. Death. Mrs. Martin Green october 31. Notice due to publication of the Herald on tuesday for wednesday delivery the management regrets that election results could not be printed in this week s Issue. New owners will Start december 15 apparently there will be few major changes in the operation of the Turkey processing Plant Here when the new owners Iowa Turkey products inc., take Over. President of the new firm Duck Morgan Sumner indicated there will be very few personnel changes at the Plant. He also emphasized the new owners past employee relationships in their other lines of business. He noted that the new owners have All had Many years of experience in dealing with employees in their present businesses. We feel we will be Able to continue this Good relationship in our new business Here Morgan said. Morgan whose Home is in Sumner conducts his Turkey hatchery business at Dike and also has a 500 acre farm operation. The hatchery markets about 11/2 million Birds in an eight state area. Thomas Dietrick Cedar Falls is the vice president of the corporation and is also involved in the Turkey agribusiness area. He has had about 26 years of experience in growing the Birds. Kenneth Appleby also of Cedar Falls is the Secretary treasurer. He has had about 30 years of experience in the Turkey business and is a Turkey specialist with Kent feeds. Doug Morgan son of Chuck Morgan is the other member of the Board of directors. He is an employee of mid fest Turkey hatchery inc., Dike. Am vets to meet the Clayton county am vets Post #27 and auxiliary will meet at Heidelberg gardens Luana on monday november 13 at 8 Castalia native Dies in new York or. Lloyd a Riggs from 1948-1953 director of nutrition research of Kraft co corporation formerly National Dairy products Cor died october 28 at his Home in Long Island by born in 1888 in Castalia Iowa or. Riggs Early interest in biochemistry and nutrition was in encouraged by his father drug Gist. He was considered one of the country s outstanding authorities in the Field of physiological chemistry and his contributions to nutrition research were of major significance to both the food Industry and society. Or. Riggs is survived by a son Stephen and a daughter mrs. Abigail Remaley both of fair Hope Alabama seven grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Fund drive for retarded children the association for retarded children in Alla Makee county will be conducting the annual fund drive during the month of the donations collected 15 percent goes to the National association for retarded children 15 percent to the Iowa association of retarded children and the remaining 70 percent remains in Alla Makee county. This Money is used in All of the special education classes in the county of which there Are 81 students participating. It helps provide special equipment books visual aids Etc. Last Spring approximately 40 Alla Makee county special education students took part in the special olympics held at the University of Dubuque. Out of these 40, ten were eligible to go on to the state meet in ass Moines. This activity and others were made possible through support of the fund drive. The Date of the drive in Postville will be announced soon. Services held for Clarence a. Meyer services were conducted from St. Paul lutheran Church monday october 30, for Clarence a. Meyer who died at St. Luke s Hospital Davenport october 27. Intern Ron matter officiated. Clarence a. Meyer son of William c. Meyer and his wife Ida Reincke. Meyer was born october 16, 1900 in Clayton county Iowa. He was baptized in St. Paul lutheran Church Postville. M 1922 lie was married to Marie Breitspreche in Castalia. To this Union four children were born or. Meyer was preceded in death by his wife Marie his parents a daughter Shirley Mae and three Brothers Alvin Arno and Victor c. Surviving Are two sons Hartley Milan Illinois and William of Edgington Illinois a daughter mrs. Richard Dorothy berber Ich Edgington Illinois one brother mlle of Postville 17 grandchildren and four great grandchildren. Interment was in the Postville cemetery. Kiwan ians plan ladies night the Postville kiwanis club members will Host a ladies night next monday november 13 at the Community presbyterian Church with a 6 30 dinner. The Rev. Charles Hunt director of three crosses ranch Strawberry Point will be the speaker. David Kudej director of Rcd spoke at the monday night dinner meeting on tie accomplishments and future planning of the Organ nation. Dates to remember thursday november 9-Lute-Fisk supper West Clermont thursday november 16--an-Nual Turkey Street Light supper Frankville. Register today drawings set sat., nov. 18 the Postville commercial dub and the individual merchants of Postville will give away Over three fourths of a ton of turkeys for the thanksgiving season. This amounts to 129 turkeys. Registration will Start in the individual stores today wednesday nov. 8. Shoppers in Postville May Register each time they Are in a participating store until the drawing on Turkey Day saturday nov. 20. Each participating store will have their own drawing for the number of turkeys they Are giving away. In All there is Over three fourths of a ton of turkeys to be Given away. The turkeys 10 to 12 Pound Birds will be fresh Frozen Birds from the Wayne poultry co. Winners of the drawings will be notified and they can pick up their turkeys at the Postville locker. Here Are the 47 business places shoppers May Register at Alla Makee Clayton electric cooperative inc., Anderson s clothing Bob s electric & refrigeration Buren radio & to citizens state Bank coast to coast stores Cook s Shell service Dereen style shop Don s jewelry Falb motor co., Farmers Telephone co., Frank s red lantern and Gordanier cleaners. Also Gus heating & plumbing Hanson s variety Home Oil co., Hoth real estate and auctions hygrade food products inc., interstate Power co., Lorraine s tots & teens Lyngaas Ford Mabb s tavern Marianna Petro & up inc., Niemann lumber co., Nyberg a Palmquist s dept. Store Postville feed Mill and Postville Herald also Postville implement Postville locker Postville Paramount pharmacy Postville state Bank Price hardware Schroeder insurance Schroeder s Standard service Schutta s shoes Schutte furniture Smith insurance s & s food liner the Farmers store the Koffee shop Tindell shoes Turner insurance Tyler Barber shop United building centers Wayne poultry co., Wil Manreal estate and auctions halloween Parade winners at Yew party tuesday the mouse that roared won the Best costume award for Andy 4, son of or. And mrs. Leroy Odom. The float winners this entry by Scott Arnberg Brent Nordhus Lynn Tobin and Kathy Tobin won the float division of the halloween Parade sponsored by the vow Post and auxiliary. About 100 youngsters participated. The great pumpkin Deann Schara 9, daughter of or. And mrs. Harlan Schara Rode the great pumpkin to the most original costume. Graveside services for Todd Schultz graveside services were conducted at the Postville cemetery thursday october 26 by the Rev. Richard Housman of Laurens for Todd Schultz 10 year old son of or and mrs. Wiliam c. Schultz Farmer Postville residents now of Olney Texas. Todd died Early tuesday mom fag october 31 at bet phage Mission a Home for the handicapped at Axtell Nebraska. Todd was born in Postville april 20, 1962. He is survived by his parents or. And mrs. William c. Schultz two Sisters Kathy and Susan and maternal grandparents the Robert Gotts chalks of Wichita Kansas. He was preceded in death by us paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Elvin Schultz and a brother Stephen Lee who died in 1959. Receives appointment to state committee William a. Kneeland president of the Postville state Bank has been advised of his appointment As a member of the state legislative committee for the Iowa Bankers association. Sale dates sales advertised saturday november 11-construction equipment and household Sale mrs Roger Waters. Security Bank Decorah clerk. Chuck Hoth and Lorenz Willman auctioneers. Dates claimed saturday november 18 household Sale Leonard Oldag. Lorenz m. Willman auctioneer. Saturday december 2--farm Sale of Robert Enyart and Lioyd Schroeder. Dean and Eaton auctioneers. Monday december 11 farm Sale of Joe and Corrine Mcneil. Lorenz m. Willman and Ray Swee Ney auctioneers citizens state Bank clerk

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