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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 11, 1972, Postville, Iowa Fey third monday is or s License Day. Postville Iowa at memorial Hall Postville serving the Hub of the four county area number 41 year. Postville Iowa wednesday october 11, 1972 buyers to speak up consumer business week dotes to remember tip consumer that s message of consumer i communications pro Guider Way in Post vice. Lit venture of Iowa state Extension and local the is to help and businesses Leam More effectively with Smen Are interested in consumer opinions \ to know what people Ell As what they Don t needs customers j operate and do their i iffy if they know what wants. Way for you the Tio is the Public our views known is consumer Survey. Which takes just a few Complete will give you state your opinions dislikes in a Way that jets. The results will fed by computer at Iowa irs Ity and used by local j and Extension persons Fps to serve the Public Nile if enough people rough the consumer it they desire a certain Holch is not currently that stores carry a duct not now in Stock open. And if it s not explanation can be 1 none of this will Nap esses Don t know what Are thinking a i Blumhagen sex Fie economist. The consumer Survey file at the county exec and local business aying the consumer partnership Symbol signs reminding con i speak insurer fair per fair will be held Jitter Ian Church Wau Day october 18 from ., sponsored by Active Extension serbs a travelling sex plays and information ome repairs organic ability of garments to in clothing and to buy food costs ers i be films shown Dur the supermarket j problems Consumers supermarket As seen Jeyes of the manager. Aud Racket shows i frauds facing every of cry of the Marsh the poetic Beauty of Arsh and the tragedy when the Marsh is the land converted to it the Leatrez thursday Friday by october 11, 12, i the Hospital with Scott and Diana Rigg. Londay and tuesday 16 and 17-Barbara Ivald Carradine and is appear in Box rated r. October 23 veterans Day program and Parade Luana. October 23 annual american legion Catfish supper memorial Hall Postville. Scott Frittz Winner of close football contest winners in this week s football contest had to miss Only one game to even come close and there were nine entries that missed Only the single game. So All five places were decided by the total Points scored by All 36 teams. Purdue s Victory Over Iowa was the game missed by the most in the first group. Other games. Missed the most were Duke Over North Carolina state Detroit Over Atlanta and Wisconsin Over Northwestern apparently several persons were also expecting he new York jets to upset the Miami dolphins following the nine persons who missed Only one game were 13 who made the wrong Choice on two games. Interest was High again this week according to the number of entries. First place went to Scott Fritz Postville who registered at citizens state Bank he was Only seven Points off on the Correct total score. He can pick up his winning $5 Check where he entered the contest. Randy Mork Postville won second place with one game missed and being within 13 Points of the Correct total score. His second place Check is waiting at the Farmers store where he entered. Third place went to mrs Neil Zumwalt Fayette who registered at the Postville state Bank. She was 17 Points off the Correct total score Lynn Heins Post vice took fourth with one game missed and being 43 Points off on the total score. Lynn entered the contest at citizens state Bank where the fourth place prize is waiting. Fifth place went to Luke Larson Postville who also missed one game but was 46 Points off on the total score. Luke registered at Cal & Cora s "66" service and cafe where he can claim his winning Check. Others missing Only one game but being off on the total score were David Taylor Kevin be in. Jerry Johnson and Mike Winter All of Postville. Those missing Only two games were Gary White Bill Anderson Don Ryssman Chuck Berns Paul Jungblut Justin Harris Kenneth Len Tom Ohloff and Mark Schlee All of Post vice. Also Daryl Duwe Loren Foels and Harry Gordon Luana and Scott Kirkeberg Monona the Competition has been Tough this year in picking winners but interest has remained High with a Good number of entries. Another contest can be found in this Issue. Make your selections today and drop your entry off at one of the participating firms before 4 Friday. Luana men win regional conservation sweepstakes Absentee ballots at auditor s office persons desiring to cast an Absentee vote should obtain a ballot in person from the county auditor s office Waukon by october 23. Ballots must be notarized and returned by november 6. Near capacity crowd at Centennial Albert Chris Hanson Dies at Clermont Albert Christianson Clermont died at the West Union Hospital thursday october 5. He would have been 90 october 15. Services were held monday afternoon at West Clermont lutheran Church. Or Christianson was a Farmer in the Elgin Clermont area for a number of years then worked As custodian for the lutheran Church and Public school at Clermont retiring at 85. Or. Christianson is survived by his wife and a daughter mrs. Elmer Sander Postville two grandchildren Bonnie Brasseur san Jose California and Ronald Sander Cleveland Ohio two great grandchildren Stephen and David Brasseur. Burial was in god s cemetery. Acre a near capacity crowd attended the Centennial mass at St. Bridget Catholic Church Postville sunday. Shown Here Are some of the dignitaries that presided at the special service. In addition to the archbishop two former pastors of the Church Rev. J. A. Sullivan and Rev. C. J. Hawes had parts in the ceremonies. The Centennial mass was followed by a dinner and program. Pirates will face defensive minded of a eleven the Postville pirates win face a Tough defensive minded team in of a Friday night. The game will be played on the bulldog Field at Monona. Post vice will bring a 5-0 record into the game while of a is 3-2 Overall. Of a won the conference a year ago with their outstanding defense however this year they have been hit by injuries to several key players. The foundation of of a s defense is their two Middle linebackers Larry Hook and Todd Corlett. Coach Drahn called them Al defense tremendous and noted they had a breakdown against Sumner. He said the score of the Sumner game is not a real indication of the strength of of a. The bulldogs run from the i formation with Mark Wold at quarterback. The top backs in the formation Are Corlett and Dennis Schultz. Apparently the pirates will be at full strength for the game. American legion the regular monthly meeting of Arthurf Brandt Post no. 518 american legion will be Bald at 8 00 ., monday october 16 in the legion rooms memorial Hall final plans win be made for the veterans Day program and the annual Catfish supper october 23, services sunday for mrs. Dan Snitker services were held sunday october 8 at 2 00 From Salem United Church of Christ Ludlow township for mrs. Dan Snitker who died in the Postville Hospital wednesday october 4, following a lingering illness. The Rev. Walter g. Clausing officiated. Mrs. Dan Snitker Nee Elsie w. Flage daughter of the late David and Sophia Hager Flage was born in Ludlow township Alla Makee county on december 20, 1899. She was baptized in Salmona Church and confirmed March 1915 in the Salmona Church by the Rev. F. Sissler. She attended local Public schools. On february 7, 1922, she was United in marriage to Dan Snitker and they observed their 50th wedding anniversary in february of this year. The couple Farmed in Post and Ludlow townships until 1966 when her husband retired from Active forming. Surviving Are her husband three sons Calvin and Bernard Waukon and Nathan of Post vice 12 grandchildren Taro great grandchildren two Brothers Grant and David of Waukon three Sisters mrs Leonard Snitker Evangeline Flage and mrs. Paul Nagel. Preceding her in death were a daughter Evelyn who died on the anniversary Date of her Mother s death october 4, 1946 a brother Lorenz Flage and a sister mrs. Arthur Snitker. Burial was in the Salem cemetery. Am Start beef tour at Lenth farm the Clayton county beef producers Asso annual tour started at the Elden Lenth farm is South of Postville saturday oct. 7. Mem the tour Are shown Here viewing part of the registered Hereford Herd. They also examined the calving facilities etc., that Lenth has. Refreshments were also served to the group by citizens state Bank. A. L. Peterson death claims prominent citizen funeral services for a. L. Peterson prominent longtime citizen of Post vice were held in the Community presbyterian Church Post vice tuesday october 10 at 10 30 . With the Rev. Dick Harberts officiating. Or. Peterson died suddenly at his Home Friday evening october 6. Alonzo Lowe Peterson son of Charles f. And Mary Lowe Peterson was born August 14, 1879 at Clarion Iowa he spent his childhood in the Clarion Community where he completed his schooling. In 1898, or. Peterson then 18, answered president Mckinley s Call and volunteered for service in the Spanish american War. He returned from service in Cuba to graduate from Grinnell College in 1901. Upon graduation he was offered a Job with Harris Bank and Trust co. In Chicago but declined. Or Peterson was United in marriage to Ednah Mcconnell of Spencer August 9, 1905. The couple settled at Centuria Wisconsin where he was employed in a Bank from 1905 unto 1911. Since 1911 he has made his Home is Postville. Or. Peterson was a cashier for the Post vice state Bank for 26 years. In 1935, he joined the staff of Hall Roberts & son and has served As controller and treasurer. He remained Active until his death. Or. Peterson was very Active in civic affairs. He served two terms on the Post vice Board of education and for 30 years was a member of the Board of trustees of the Postville memorial Hospital. He was an Active member of the Community presbyterian Church where he was treasurer for 48 years or. Peterson was a 50 year member of the masons and also a member of the vow at Yankton South Dakota the Petersons we re the parents of six children. Surviving Are his live sons Charles m. Of Wilton Junction Richard of of Cedar rapids Donald a of Des Moines Duane c. Of Chicago Uli nols and Roland a of Yankton South Dakota 13 grandchildren 16 great need volunteers for probationers meeting monday Richard mixer chief probation officer for Howard Winne Shiel and Alla Makee counties is in the process of organizing a training program for probation Volunteer aids for these areas. Mature responsible adults male and female Are being sought to be a Friend to a boy or girl who is on probation a person who completes four out of the five sessions May then apply for a probationer but is not required to do so. The first meeting win be held at the first lutheran Church Decorah at 8 00 ., october 16, this win be a meeting to describe the purpose of the program and the need for volunteers in these areas. Slides of a similar program presently in Progress in Waterloo win be shown. If you plan to attend please Call 382-2966, or write to the probation officer at the Winneshiek county courthouse in Decorah. Grandchildren Many nieces and nephews. Preceding him in death were his parents his wife Ednah on May 7, 1936 one daughter ail Een Dolores in 1927 two Sisters mrs. Wallace Vera Nesbit and mrs Roy Florence Shorer and a brother Norris Peterson. Interment was in the Postville cemetery. Rites held for we. L. Miene services were conducted from St. Paul lutheran Church Post vice tuesday october 3 for Wiliam l. Miene who died at his Home saturday september 30. The Rev. Norman Ullestad officiated. Interment was in the Postville cemetery. Wiliam Ludwig Miene son of Wiliam and Ann Dierking Miene was born in Neilburg Germany August 25, 1891. He was confirmed in St. Paul lutheran Church april 12, 1908, and on april 5, 1924 was married to Emma Konow they were the parents of five children. The couple Farmed 1 1/2 Miles West of Luana for 48 years and or Miene resided there at tie time of his death. Preceding him in death were his parents his wife two daughters who died in infancy one granddaughter Tammy sue two Sisters who died in Early childhood a sister mrs. John Frieda Walch and a brother Fred. Surviving Are two daughters mrs. Leroy Ruby Foels and Elfrieda at Home a son Wiliam jr., Post vice a grandson John a granddaughter Mary great granddaughter Koral a brother Henry two Sisters mrs. Carl Meta Steglich and mrs. Harold Velma Schultz Many nieces and nephews. Nine sweepstakes award winners in the 1972 Iowa soil conservation achievement awards program were announced saturday by the contest co chairmen Wilson to Moon state conservationist for the . Soil conservation service and Wiliam h. Greiner director of the Iowa department of Sou conservation. The awards go to farms judged to have the Best soil and water conservation programs in the nine conservation regions in the state. Farmers must be co operators with the pcs before they can enter the contest. Winners of Region 4 Northeast were Clifford and Duane Walter who farm 545 acres near Luana. The Walters practice a triple threat conservation plan of terracing contouring and crop residue management. They have installed 26,000 feet of terraces contour farm 200 acres and practice crop rotation and residue management on 365 acres. In addition to help control soil and water losses and maintain High crop production they make use of grassed Waterways grass headlands tue drainage and five water control structures. They conduct a pasture management and improved pasture program on 165 acres with Birds foot Trefoil As one of the principal forages. The Walters have also established windbreaks to protect All farm buildings from Winter weather. One of the nine sweepstakes winners will be selected for the state award in the near future. Banquets to Honor state sweepstakes regional and county winners will be scheduled this fall and Winter. Hosts for the banquets win be the soil conservation District commissioners. The program is sponsored by the Des Moines Register and Tribune and the Iowa farm Register several conservation and education agencies. Services tuesday for w. F. Willman services were held tuesday october 10 at 1 30 From the St. Paul lutheran Church Post vice for Wiliam f. Win Man 97, who died at the Good Samaritan Center Post vice saturday october 7. The Rev Norman Ullestad officiated. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. An obituary win appear in next week s Herald firemen s dance to be held oct. 28 the annual firemen s Benefit dance has been scheduled at dreamland ballroom Friday oct 28. Music will be provided by the Pete Dougherty band. At 6 30 Monday oct. 16, the local firemen win Start Selling the tickets in a door to door Campaign. Sale dates sales advertised saturday october 14, Helen Schultz household Sale Luana. Lorenz Willman auctioneer. Luana savings Bank clerk. Dates claimed saturday october 21-farm Sale of Charles Brainard. Ewing and Kregel auctioneers. Post vice state Bank clerk. Saturday october 21-household auction or. And mrs. Or vice Ruckdaschel. Auctioneer Lorenz Yiuman. Clerk Yiuman real estate and auctions Early for rec meeting saturday mrs. George Frieden standing Elgin is shown As she registered Early saturday at the school gymnasium for the 34th annual meeting of the Alla Makee Clayton Rural electric cooperative. Rec employees helping with the registration Are left to right Joann Suckow Donna Frieden and mrs. Tennis Mork

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