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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 4, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving Thel us of the four county area hey first Yor. 12 pages two sections Postville Iowa wednesday october 4, 1972 number 40 Ual rec meeting in Postville saturday Doryl Duwe is Levi a the Public Winner in 4th 4th annual meeting of the s of the Alla Makee Clay Trie cooperative will be the Postville High school cum saturday october 7. Ton will begin at 11 30 d the meeting will be called r at 12 30 . Meeting will include re officers directors the manager Aid committees of directors election of delegates to represent the Ive at the Dairy land pow native at Lacrosse and siness. Program . Meeting called by president Joel a Ark. N by be v. Norman Ulle Creary s report by har Lsen report that quorum it heading of minutes annual meeting . President s Rem. Secretary trea annual report a. Annual report by manager Evan j. Owen. A. Dairyland opera port. George d. Hexom d director. A. Report of Nomen Mil tree by Charles . Appointment s of election. Explanation procedure to Joseph b. Cooperative attorney. Mont of tellers for elec sting of ballots for i .introduction of by is family of West Union announcement of results. A. Election of Dairy Gates. Awarding of door a adjournment Brown changes plea receives sentence Charles h. Brown Keokuk changed is plea to guilty to a charge of operating a motor be hide without the consent of the owner when he appeared in District court in Waukon last tuesday and was sentenced to 90 Days in jail by judge Roger of Peterson. Brown was one of the three men and a woman arrested in connection with an incident involving Leonard Rubendall Postville. Be dotes dates claimed a october 21--farm Harles Brainard. Ewing gel auctioneers. Post a Bank clerk a october 21-Hc-use-Tionmr. And mrs. Or cd Dasnel. Auctioneer Lyman. Clerk Willman e and auctions news from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday september 24, the Coffee hour was served by the Postville presbyterian women. Chapel service was conducted by the Rev. Dick Harberts. Sunday october 1, the Coffee hour was served by the Pilgrim United methodist women. Chapel service was conducted by Rev. Pacholke. Gifts favors from the Young women s club of Clermont and from West Post project club. Nursing Home items from East Clermont alow. Flowers from the funerals of Roger Waters August Burrow and Herb Schroeder. Activities Friday september 22, a number of residents saw the films the great train robbery and old fort Madison. Thursday september 29, was the 74th wedding anniversary of or. And mrs. Will Willman. Family members brought cake which was served to the residents. The september birthday party was held Friday september 29. St. Bridget s women s society were hostesses. Bingo provided the entertainment with prizes for everyone. Refreshments were served. Martha Lestina celebrated a birthday in september. Football contest the football games Are getting closer and picking the Winner harder each week in the local football contest la be a Winner this week contestants could miss Only one game. Daryl Duwe Luana was the Winner this week by missing Only one game and being Only three Points off on the total score. He registered at the Farmers store where he can pick up his winning Check. Games missed the most this week were Waukon Over Oelwein Cleveland Over Cincinnati Indiana Over Kentucky and Atlanta Over los Angeles. Second place went to Leslie Heckman Postville who also missed one game but was 12 Points off on the total score. He registered at the Farmers store also. Craig Martins Postville was the third place Winner. He also missed just one game but was 33 Points off on the total score. He registered at the Grill where he can pick up i s winnings Don Ryssman Postville was the fourth place Winner also with one game missed but 90 Points off on the total score. He registered at the rec where he will receive his Check. Robert Friederich Castalia edged 17 others for fifth place in the contest. They All missed two games but Friederich was closest on the Points scored by All 18 teams. The score was High this week because Only one team was shutout. Friederich registered at Cal and Cora s "66" service and cafe where he will receive his Check. The others missing Only the two games were Mark Looney Stan Schroeder Luke Larson Scott Fritz mrs Gerwin Martins Mark Schlee Dan Roffman Paul Jungblut Chuck barns Tony Schlee and Terry Auer All of Postville. Also Jim Lenth Randy Lenth and Lonnie Hangartner All of Castalia Dennis Foels Luana and Neil Zumwalt Fayette. With the season nearly half completed everyone should have a Good line on the teams in the games. This helps make the picking easier so get your entry in today. Leave them at any sponsoring business place. Tali a i x l v Cist it ca5 Talt i cast Alia \., \ 1 fit to Law if winning team holds reunion members of the Castalia Ball team Are shown Here As they a ared in 1947. Front Row left to right Milton Koenig Charles Brown Bert Allen Leon Everman Virgil Monroe Merlin Koenig. Back Row left right Earle Corlett Earl Koenig Rodney Anderson Kenneth Schultz pm Schultz. Not pictured Dwayne Reisner Leslie Anderson Orville n 9 Ralph Schultz and Charles Brown Are now deceased. S Ball team of 1947 a 25 year reunion vening september 23 Ood s supper club  his team that entered Dubuque Days inv ornament in september ". Castalia set Down Chien in the first Earl lefty Koenig a Mound mainstay was contest Castalia s a was Rodney Ander As clipping the Ball verage. Cowl round Castalia no Dubuque White sox hat turned out to be baseball. Playing be flow crowd which left the Ball Park As game worked its Way tuesday morning one test pitching duels in the history of Dubuque baseball was staged Castalia and the Dubuque White sox battled 18 innings before Dubuque won 2-1, Earl Koenig Castalia s speedy South Paw went the distance in the Long night Cap which was played until 1 35 am. Probably a National record. Another Scenic league game of special local interest that year was a 10 inning tilt in which Castalia spanked the Postville pirate sin a heart breaking 5-4 defeat in the final game at the big four fair it was a tense and exciting struggle All the Way with Veteran Earle Corlett doing the hurling Tor Castalia and Frank Tehel for Postville each also having clouded line drive homers. Castalia s baseball history dates Back to 1905 with recollection of a game played on the 4th of july on the Buddenberg farm with names such As George Kobriger As Catcher and will Haefner As an infielder. In 1910 Henry Neverman was manager. Ward Allen was a Catcher and Herman Christofferson played first base. Albert Christofferson was the Short Stop. From 1916 through 1921 Edwi ruching and Fred o boy jointly managed a team. The roster included Herman Schara James Malloy Hap Clough Fay Harvey Al Schara Lester Neverman Hel Mie Meyer Wayne Harvey har Ley Thornton Joe Wirsching and Carlaus Meyer. Will Timmerman managed teams from 1923-1933. During the 40 s Earle Corlett was the manager and approximately 30 Fellows participated these years. Baseball is now dormant in Castalia As the second generation is playing softball to meet candidates a meet your candidates night will be held at the rec building Postville wednesday october 11 at 8 00 . State District and county candidates have been invited. The program is sponsored by the Postville business and professional women club. All interested persons Are invited. Refreshments will be served. _ Justice of the peace court news Reginald Walls Post township Alla Makee county Iowa i submitted herewith is a list of individuals appearing in my court during the month of september 1972. Charges and disposition of Leach Case is As below Elbert Dean Postville speeding$1200 and Cost. Dennis Hesse Postville speeding $1400 and Cost. Paul Miller Fayette speeding $2000 and Cost. Major Linkletter Marlon speeding $700 and Cost. Leonard Martins Waterloo speeding $20,00 and Cost. Jerie Weasmer Postville speeding $1600 and Cost. Wilbur Wilkins Prairie Duchein speeding$1400 and Cost. Frederick Losen Decorah speeding $1800 and Cost. Eugene Schroeder Castalia speeding $1200 and Cost. Coleen Christofferson Postville speeding $2000 and Cost. Dale Jones Harper s ferry speeding $8,00 and Cost. Dan Mast jr., Cresco Speed tog $800 and Cost. James Kruse Postville speeding $9,00 and Cost. Kathy Klingman Strawberry Point fail to control vehicle Case dismissed insufficient evidence. Evelyn Popney Postville failure to yield at intersection $2000 and Cost. Shane Ward Postville failure to control vehicle $1500 and Cost Daniel Pixler Luana speeding $2000 and Cost. Dayton Lenth Luana careless driving $2000 and Cost. Ronald Paulson Waterloo speeding $1800 and Cost. Allan w. Smith West Union speeding $2000 and Cost. Allan Fenneman Fredericksburg speeding $1800 and Cost. Robert Thomas Waterloo speeding $2200 and Cost. Dennis Witt Waterloo speeding $1600 and Cost. James Szabo Postville disturbing the peace $1000 and Cost Loren Dundee Luana let unlicensed person operate his vehicle $1000 and Cost Gary Flatland Minneapolis speeding $1600 and Oost Kim White Postville disturbing the peace $1500 and Cost. Christopher Mcleish Oelwein failure to control vehicle $1500 and Cost. Bradley Rekow Luana double parking $200 and Oost. Pirates face improved eleven at Elkader the Postville pirates will face a much improved Over last year Elkader eleven Friday night in another upper Iowa conference game. Also giving Elkader incentive to win the game will be their Homecoming. Elkader will bring a 2-2 record into the game having beaten Star Mont and Fayette in their first two games. Last week they dropped a 23 to 7 decision to of a. According to coach Don Drahn Elkader s strength is in their Backfield with h. L. Gilmore Lyle Bushkofsky and Sophomore Tom Cheeseman the top players. Denny Deshaw is their top defensive player. The pirates should be at full strength Tor the game having come through the North game without any apparent injuries. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday october 4, 5, 6 and 7-"support your local gun fighter with Jamas Garner and Suzanne Pleshette. The Story of a Man who took the Law into his own Finger. Rated a sunday monday and tuesday october 8, 9 and 10--Charlton Heston and Yvette Mimieux Star in skyjacker. Rated pm. St. Bridget Church Centennial this sunday archbishop James j. Byrne will be the principal co celebrant at the Centennial mass of St. Bridget s Parish this sunday. The Parish constructed the Church and Hall building pictured Here in 1970. Death claims Castalia mayor funeral services were held Friday september 29 at 1 30 . From Zion lutheran Church Castalia for Herbert f. Schriar older children that they May attend school. Also mens clothing is needed and essential for those seeking and to stay on jobs. Shoes and overcoats Are not wanted. Clothing should be in Good clean and serviceable condition. The need is great for sweaters in All sizes and Cotton Wool or synthetic blankets. A gift of $300 will Purchase a new Blanket. Churches should Box or bag their clot Liing tie the boxes securely with twine weigh and tag each Box or bag. On the tag should be the name of the Church town or address and number of pounds. Deliver to the Williams Street Entrance North of the presbyterian Church before noon monday. Crop canvassers the canvassers for crop. Are asked to Complete their canvass and return the kits to the area captains As soon As possible. Archbishop and former pastors in special mass St. Bridget s Parish Postville will celebrate its one Hundredth birthday with a twelve o clock noon Centenial mass this sunday october 8. Archbishop James j. Byte of Dubuque will be the principal conce Lebrant of the Centennial mass. Father Cletus Hawes former pastor will give the homily. The Centennial mass will be allowed by a dinner and program in the Parish Hall for parishioners former Parish members and invited guests. Linked to Railroad St. Bridget s Parish began shortly after the Milwaukee Railroad construction program of 1871 brought an increased number of catholics to Postville. The first mass was offered in a Boxcar and later in private Homes. The original Church was built by the Catholic society at Ogden and Murdock streets it was not until 1910, that father h. Folder became the first resident Pas Tor. From 1911 to 1922, father j. J. Clune was pastor. In 1913, a Parish House was built at the present location. In 1914, the Church building was moved next to the Parish House. Father Patrick Hogan served As pastor from 1923 to 1944. Father Francis Val Lester was pastor from 1944 to 1962. New Church about 1960, discussion began regarding the need for a new Church building. Father Joseph a Sullivan served As pastor from 1962 to 1967. In 1963, a advisory committee was established Tor a building project a fund raising program was begun in 1965. Father Cletus Hawes was pastor from 1967 to 1972, during the construction and dedication of the present Church building in 1970. In july of 1972, father Donald Kruse became the pastor of St. Bridget s. Rites tuesday for William Miene or. Services were held tuesday october 3 at 11 00 am. At St. Paul lutheran Church Postville for William Miene sr., who died at his Home near Luana saturday september 30. The Rev. Norman Ullestad officiated. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Am vets to meet monday october 9 the regular monthly meeting of Clayton am vets Post #27 and auxiliary will be held at 8 00 . Monday october 9 at the Heidelberg Luana. Operators View Postville lagoons the Postville City employees were hosts Here monday sept. 27, to the Region i water pollution control Plant operators conference. Members of the group Are shown Here As they viewed the Lagoon systems on the Northwest Edge of Postville. About 50 persons attended the conference of the group which Robert Martindale is a past president. The new president elected Here was Don Mccormick of Decorah. Herald photo

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