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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - November 29, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville ,0j serving the Hub Tab Jud Juu of the four county area w we pow 14 pages two sections Eirv. I Postville Iowa wednesday november 29, 1972 number 48 local Banks will sell Lee Hill medallions her Ltd Bronze medallions of Trace Hill the Cen Sidorian Home Given to Jyh Iowa As a historical Pernor s mansion will jute at both local Banks id 5 state Bank and Post a Bank announced that t medallions made cof tent pure Silver would15 apiece and the a Bullions would sell Tor a the medallions i limited Quantity by the i hint of Philadelphia re dimensional picture to Hill in one Side and the no Iowa on the other in Banks along with i tanks Are working vhf Trace Hill com a the Iowa Bankers i id Selling the medal it As a Public service. Is from the Sale an will be used restore and refer Inte Hill As a historical lad As a governor s Tor the state of Iowa pc tree on similar medal Fedal commemorative Jold indicate that these Vij medallions on Ter Ifju increase in value is the local Banks a is particularly True to that Only a limited ii the minted. At pre-33,000 have been Ihm Iowa s most in Sta was built of red Ren 1865 and 1869 on few looking the Raccoon Des Moines. The 20-Ncture, said to Cost Itte Post civil War ibs the Home of the nm1 family until it bled to die state of Iowa Iarrace Hill com Tod by former poll to George Mills has to preserve the to store in their present configuration and refurbish the third floor level into a Portem apartment for the governor and is family. Report $2,274 is collected for the Schnuelle family the Postville commercial dub with the cooperation of the two Postville Banks has reported that $2,274,02 has been collected for the Raymond Schnuelle family. This was As of nov. 21. The Schnuelle lame at Castalia was destroyed by a fire we dues Day oct. 18, one son died in the fire and two other children were injured. In addition to this fund canned goods and clothing were collected at the school for tie family. Services held for mrs. George Meier services were held tuesday november 28 at 10 30 . At St. Bridget Church Postville for mrs. George Christine Meier 84, who died in the Postville Community Hospital saturday november 25. She had been hospitalized a few Days with a broken 1p. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Hospital notes medical Harry Schievelbein Postville. November 20, mrs. Mabel Weckward Casta Lia november 21, Kenneth rash Monona november 22. Or. And mrs Bruce Russell Canton Minnesota november 23. Mrs Art Lantz Elgin november 25, mrs. Esther Vogt Monona november 26. Surgical mrs Christine Meier Postville november 21, discharged mrs Martha papa november 21. Mrs Arthur Berg november 21. Joe Geno november 21. Ronald nuehring november 22, mrs. Effle Fenner november 22. Harry Schievelbein november 24. Mrs Altha Koth november 25, mrs. Romandus Gisleson november 26, mrs. Art Lantz november 26. Or. And mrs Bruce Russell november 27. Death mrs Emma Anderson Monona november 23, mrs. Christine Meier Postville november 25. Sale dates sales advertised saturday december 2-farm Sale of Robert Enyart and Lloyd Schroeder Dean and Eaton auctioneers sunday december 3 household and antique auction Robert Sebastian estate. Lorenz will Man auctioneer. For Lav Des 8-farm auction Minard Gisleson Elgin. Lorenz Willman auctioneer. Elgin state Bank clerk. Dates claimed monday december 11 farm Sale of Joe and Corrine Mcneil Lorenz a Willman and Ray Swee Ray auctioneers. Citizens state Bank clerk. It Lutes Rcd separate from planning group the upper explorer and regional planning commission is a different and separate organization from the resource conservation and development Rcd project according to Dave Kudej Rcd coordinator. The two projects Are operating in the same five Northeast Iowa counties Alla Makee Clayton Fayette Howard and Winneshiek. Rcd is a locally initiated project to develop the resources of the area especially the natural resources. It provides a meeting place for All groups communities and agencies to work together in solving common problems. It is a place where groups or organizations can go to get help on Community improvement projects. The regional planning commission is an official organization created by the five boards of supervisors and almost All of the 52 cities in the area. It is being established to provide a body that will direct efforts toward coordinating All planning within the area that affects More than one county. It is expected that the commission will soon have a full time planning staff that will also be available to plan for individual cities or counties on a reimbursement basis a majority of the commission is composed of non elected officials. The representation is based upon population. One member of the Rcd executive Board is a member of the planning commission. At present assistance is being provided to the commission by Charles Colvin Extension resource development specialist at Dubuque and David Kudej Rcd coordinator at Postville. Coupled together according to Calvin the upper explorer land resource conservation and development project and the regional planning commission should provide an important team to assist in making Northeast Iowa a better place to live work and play. Postville firms announce $3,000 Christmas gift give away Here Christmas opening dates december 1972 17 24 stores in Postville will be open these nights and sunday afternoons for the Benefit of area Christmas shoppers. Dales to remember saturday december 23 drawing for Postville commercial. Club s $3000 Christmas gift give away at 4j00 . 4 announce Dales for Christmas mailing Here Are the last dates to mail greeting cards and parcels with any Assurance of them getting to their destination by Christmas november 27 space available mall Sam to armed forces in Europe parcel Post Airlift pal to armed forces in the far East. November 30 pal mall to armed forces in Canada the Arctic and All surface parcels to Alaska and Hawaii december 1 airmail greeting cards to armed forces in South and Central America and the near East pal mail to armed forces in Europe. December 2-internatlonal surface parcels to Canada and Mexico. December 7-internationa surface greeting cards to Canada and Mexico. December 8 airmail greetings and parcels to armed forces in Canada and the Arctic december 9 airmail greetings and parcels to armed forces in azores excluding Ethiopia Congo and Liberia december 10 surface parcels within the United states except Alaska and Hawaii december 11-Alrmall greetings and parcels to armed forces in Europe International air parcels to Europe and South and Central America december 14 International air parcels to Canada and Mexico International air greeting cards to Africa the near East and far East december 15 surface greeting cards within the United states including Alaska and Hawaii. December 16-International air greeting to Africa Europe and Central and South America december 19-International air greetings to Canada and Mexico. December 20 air parcels within the United states air. Greetings and parcels to Hawaii and Alaska. December 21 air greetings within the United states except Hawaii and Alaska space available mail Sam has been changed from limit 5 pounds to 15 pounds and 60 inches in size. Contact postal employees for further information. School to Start late on monday classes in both the elementary and High school at Postville will Start at 10 00 ., monday december 4, this is being done to allow the faculty to attend an Inser Vios training meeting. The elementary faculty will Confer with an expert in the Field of Reading and phonics. The High school faculty will spend time working on philosophy in preparation for the inca team evaluation visit during the 1973-74 school year. 54 firms will give Over 225 yuletide gifts again this year the members of the Postville commercial club will insure that it is a merry Christmas in Many Postville area Homes. For the second year in a Row the members of the Postville commercial club will have their Christmas gift give away. This year the Christmas gifts will have a retail value of Over $3,000. Fifty four Postville merchants will give away Over 225 separate Christmas gifts according to a two Page two color advertisement in this Issue. Registration for these gifts will Start at 8 , today wednesday in each of the 54 business places. Shoppers will Register in each store for the gift or gifts that the store or firm is giving away. Shoppers in Postville will continue to Register until 4 . Saturday dec. 23, then each merchant will hold a drawing in his or her place of business and notify the Winner or winners. No one will have to be present to win. Each merchant is then asked to Post the winners in their store or window. Registration will be open to everyone from 6 to 106, including members of the Postville commercial club and their families. Shoppers May Register once each time they Are in a participating store. The array of gifts being Given away by the Postville merchants is fantastic. There Are gifts for the youngsters and adults. In All there Are More than 225 gifts and space does not permit the listing of them Here. So be sure to read the Large two Page two color advertisement in this Issue and then come and Register for the gift or gifts you would like to have. Coach to speak at kiwanis club at the dinner meeting next monday evening at the Koffee shop James Mccright varsity girls basketball coach will be the speaker. Robert burling spoke monday on the value and making wills. Legion to Host Christmas party the annual american legion family Christmas party will be held monday december 4 at moral Hall it will be a pot Luck supper at 6 30 . Beverages will be furnished. A program is planned and Santa Claus will be present. Families Are to bring their own table service. Ii Tim a on festive Christmas Aire Postville i a a " air a a a win a web t. Intra so " _. A. U i k Uinn Post ill took on the a the. Loc.1 Jrsn of own. For Nawf a member of. Wet decorations around the business h f Foi pm the. Store hew else be Mpwo dip a Klusyk. End have Ell their Christmas floods w a Postville s $3,000 Christmas " aft give away which was announced this week. There Are Over 225 gifts that shoppers May Register for at 54 different firms. Herald photo at the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday november 29, 30 and december 1 and 2-"the gang that could t shoot straight with Jerry Orbach Leigh Taylor Young and Jovan Fleet. Rated up. Sunday monday and tuesday. December 3, 4 and 5-"corky" with Robert Blake Charlotte ramp Ling and Patrick o Neal. Rated pm. Resident of the month the Good Samaritan Center Postville in connection with the Good Samaritan society s Observance of 50 years of service will spotlight a resident each month. The spotlight this month Falls on a lady who was the first resident of Postville s Good Samaritan Center mrs. A. A Webster. Mrs Webster moved to the Center the Day it was opened for occupancy Gless As she is Best known has been a resident of Postville All her life having been born on what is now known As the Grant Schultz farm. Her parents were or. And mrs William Harris. She had one brother and four Sisters. A sister mrs. O. J. Boucher lives in Postville. She attended country school and when the family moved to town they lived in the present John Palas Home. She graduated from Postville High school and then taught country school at grand Meadow. Gless married Arthur Webster of Postville an insurance Man. One son Bruce lives in Sioux City. There Are three grandchildren or. Webster died about ten years ago. Gless is an Active resident and takes part in All of the activities at the Center

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