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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 18, 1972, Postville, Iowa O a red Check Mark a in the Circle your sub option to the Herald i due. Or prompt attention will be Cec Saied. The publisher. Postville serving the Hub of the four county area two sections 14 pages first year. Jrade and program at a on veterans Day into units Are expected to Pate in the veterans Day i at Luana monday oc-23 starting at 1 00 . Guest speaker following the i will be capt. John p. Eno a s. Army. The son of Mes Enos who live on a Fouth of Luana capt. Eno of and raised in Clayton and graduated from Post immunity school received degree from Iowa state sly and ids masters from  University and University Oma. He entered military i in March 1963 and served fears spent a year in the Al guard re enlisted in the and served As artillery commander in Vietnam september 1968 to septem 969. He is currently attach a National military command i support Center Pentagon ton d. C. Will be a dance in the at the Heidelberg Gar iguana featuring the Blue \. A Culver to attend Pressman John Culver will Luana at 10 00 . To t a Flag that flew Over Altol in Washington s auxiliary. Ary will try Ding hour preschoolers Library is considering a Reading hour for pre f children Ages four and none who has a child Jerald like to attend should Library at 864-7600 so Nate can be made of at e. Itlie Reading hour will be Jay am. Through the months Ember december andean by hours Are monday a wednesday and Fri 00 to 5 30 . Thurs-00 to 9 00 . And sat-9 00 to 11 30 am Drake University speaker at meeting members of the Alla Makee county association for retarded children Are invited to be guests of the Winneshiek county association thursday october 19 at 8 00 . The meeting will be held at the Glenwood lutheran Church located on the old stage it and Halfway Between Waukon and de Corah. The speaker is or. Paul Vance chairman of the department of special education at Drake University Des Moines. The Public is cordially invited to attend. Services held for Dean e. Landt funeral services were held thursday morning october 12 at St John lutheran Church Luana for Dean Landt who died suddenly monday evening october 9, while in the Corn Field on his farm. The Rev. John Mohr officiated. Dean Elmer Landt son of Elmer and Sylvia Jacobson Landt was born in the Postville Hospital february 24, 1936. He was baptized at St. John lutheran Church Luana april 12, 1936 by the Rev Henry Kumpf and confirmed in the same Church july 3, 1949 by the Rev. Harold Adix. On june 26, 1955 he was United in marriage to Yvonne Schultz at St Paul lutheran Church Postville by the Rev. F. A Lud wig. Or. Landt lived in the Luana Community All his life and was a life Long member of St John lutheran Church Luana he is survived by his wife one daughter Shelby a Junior at of a a son Shane a freshman at of a his Mother mrs. Sylvia Landt of Cedar rapids. His father preceded my in death in july of 1958. Interment was in the lutheran cemetery Luana speaker at kiwanis on United nations or. Charles Clark political science professor at upper Iowa College Fayette spoke to the kiwanis club monday evening on the positive aspects of the United next monday night kiwanis members will patronize the american legion s Catfish supper. Pirates Host West Central for dad s night Postville s undefeated football eleven will Host a potentially dangerous West Central club Here Friday night for dad s night. West Central will bring a 2-3 conference record into the game. Quarterback Daryl Ruff who is the conference s leading passer has As his targets Brad Struve and Gary Ford at the end spots. Along with tackle Dennis of Tragge they Are returning All conference players. West Central s ground attack is based on the running of Junior fullback Ai Albrecht who carries a bout four fifths of the time. West Central has scored a total of 124 Points in All their games and Given up Only 85. The pirates will apparently be at full strength for the game with the exception of scotto Hara who was killed in an Auto Accident sunday. The Junior had played in 23 of the 24 quarters by the pirates and had six tackles and 12 assists from his Oom Erback position. He had four pass interceptions with 31 return Yards and a Fumble re turn of 45 Yards. On offence he had gained 172 Yards on six pass completions and 47 Yards on eight Rushing attempts with three touchdowns and two extra Points to his credit. He also had a total of 80 Yards in punt and kick off returns. American legion to meet tuesday the regular meeting of the Alla Makee county american legion will be held at 8 00 . Tuesday october 24 at the legion rooms Lansing a Post everlasting service will be conducted by the Lansing Post. Ale dates approve $55,000 loan for sales advertised a october 21 farm Charles Brainard. Ewing Egel auctioneers. Post Ite Bank clerk Lay october 21-House-ction or. And mrs. Or Ruckdaschel. Auctioneer Willman. Clerk Willman state and auctions. A october 24-farm Henry n. Reierson. On auction service Elgin state Bank Elkader dates claimed in november la con equipment and House be mrs Roger Waters. Bank de Corah clerk Poth and Lorenz Willman ers. Community housing project list county cancer memorials memorials received in me state office from june 1, 1972, through september 1, 1972, for the cancer society in Alla Makee county were for Alice Grimm Simon f. Grotegut Esther held Stella Nelson mrs. Ida Onsager William Slattery mrs Laura Steele Donald Steiber mrs Harvey Stock and Virgil Unertl. Mrs. Edwin e. Johnson Waukon is chairman. The Farmers Home administration has approved a $55,000 loan to the Postville Community housing inc. Of Alla Makee county for a Rural rental housing project Harold Schroeder is re silent of the housing project. Plans Call for constructing an a shaped five plex with Central Utility room for rental to senior citizens in Postville. Repayable in 50 years at7 1/4% interest the loan is financed under the Rural Community facilities program of the Farmers Home administration a department of agriculture Rural credit service. Or tins refreshment time the Postville senior citizens club were hosts last week to the Monona senior citizens. The group met in the basement of Nimori Hall Fth eard furn a hed the afternoon s entertainment. Shown Here is pert of a group a a they were served Buffet style refreshments. Over 100 pawns tended the joint meeting. Postville Iowa wednesday october 18, 1972 number 42 veterans Day program at school monday oct. 18 Castalia youth Dies in Accident Scott o Hara 16, son of or. And mrs. Leo o Hara Castalia died As the result of an Auto Accident Early sunday morning on the Monona Marquette Road near Watson. Apparently o Hara was a passenger in this Auto driven by Gary Grinna 17, Frankville. Prihna was hospitalized in Waukon following the Accident. O Hara was a student at the Postville Community school and a member of the Postville undefeated football team. Can still apply for Absentee ballot applications May still be made Tor Absentee voters ballots according to Lawrence pucker county auditor. Application for Absentee voter materials must be made in writing with Clear directions As to name address of person to whom they Are to go As Well As the precinct in which the vote is to be cast. Absentee voter materials must be returned 24 hours before election Day when returned by mail but May be brought in without expense to the county on election Day. Voters May vote Absentee ballots at the auditor s office october 24th. Ballots must be notarized. Rear View of Auto shown Here is a rear View of the Auto in which Scott o Hara was killed Early sunday morning in an Accident East of Monona about six Miles. Banks Post office closed monday stores one hour both Postville Banks and the Post office will be closed monday october 23 in Observance of veterans Day a National Holiday. Postville retail stores will close from 11 00 . To 12 00 noon during the time the veterans Day program is being presented at the High school. Services thursday for Lucy Kamp services will be held at 10 30 am at St. Paul lutheran Church. Postville for mrs de Lucy Kamp 70, who died tuesday mom big at Community memorial Hospital Postville. Intern Ron matter will conduct the service. Schutte s is in charge of arrangements. Mrs. Robert Mary Reierson Postville Duane Kamp Farley mrs. Rodney Irene Buddenberg Des Moines and Don Kamp of Issaquah Washington Are the children. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Legion fish Fry monday night the american legion Post #518 is sponsoring their annual fish Fry at memorial Hall monday october 23, with serving to Start at 5 00 . Carryout will be available. Proceeds from the supper will be used for youth activities in the Community. Board considers conduct rules the Postville Board of education at its regular monthly meeting held monday october 9, heard an explanation by David Koop Man guidance Counselor of the results of the Iowa tests of educational development Given grades nine through twelve this fell. Three out of four High school classes were above the median for the state on the composite in these tests. The Only Grade below the state median was the tenth Grade. There appeared to be a trend towards improvement in these scores. The Board decided to offer the 1971 Monarch electric Range used i the elementary special education class for Sale for $175 in Cash. The superintendent presented the recommendations of the state speech association the music association and the girls athletic Union that the school Good conduct Rule be extended to students participating in All extra curricular activities where the student represents the school. This was also recommended by the local sponsors of these activities. Modifications for this Rule will be made and again presented to the Board. The Board approved a special leave for or. And mrs. Arvey Berg to visit their son in California. The Board will pay the expenses of mrs. Judith Collins Worth to attend a meeting of the Cha state officers and advisors Council in Des Moines november 3 and 4, problems in regard to personnel and transportation were discussed. The Board will hold a special meeting tuesday evening october 31. Services held for Scott o Hara 16 Accident victim services were held tuesday october 17 at 2 00 . At Zion lutheran Church Castalia for Scott Lee o Hara who died Early sunday morning october 15, in an Auto Accident near Monona the Rev Arthur Tolo officiated. Bom March 14, 1956 at Postville the son of Leo m. And Joann Engelhardt o Hara Scott had spent his childhood and youth in Castalia with the exception of a few months in 1967 when they lived in Tripoli. Scott was baptized april 15, 1956 at the Castalia Zion lutheran Church by the Rev. Edgar Zelle and was confirmed May 2, 1971 at the Castalia Zion lutheran Church by Rev. Arthurj Tolo. He was currently vice president of the Luther league and was a member of the youth Bible class. He was a Junior in the Postville High school and his Strong interest in athletics was fulfilled As a member of the Postville pirates football team. In addition to his parents he is survived by three Brothers and three Sisters Michael Mark David Lynn tract and Lisa All at Home maternal grandparents or. And mrs Edwin Engelhardt of Castalia maternal great grandmother mrs. A w. Engelhardt of Postville paternal grandparents or. And mrs Lawrence Klein of Guttenberg several aunts and uncles and numerous cousins. Interment was in pleasant View cemetery Marilyn Lenth Winner of 6th football contest Marilyn Lenth Castalia became the first woman in several years to win the weekly football contest Here. Several me Niters of the distaff Side have von prizes but not first place. Mrs Lenth missed two games As did the second place Winner but was closer on the total Points scored by All 18 teams. Games missed the most were Valley s win Over Sumner Iowa s Victory Over Northwestern and the Waverly Victory Over Waukon. In one humorous aspect this week a four year old boy entered the contest. But the Best part is that he missed fewer games that his supposedly very knowledgeable father Marilyn Lenth can pick up her winning Check at Smith insurance where she registered Mark Looney Postville also missed two games but was 162 Points off on the total score. He registered at Home Oil co., where he can pick up his Check. Third place went to Brian Blumhagen Castalia who missed three games and was 66 Points off on the total score. He registered at the Grill where he can pick up his Check. Edging into fourth place by one Point was Lonnie Hangartner Castalia. He was one Point closer to the Correct total score than the fifth place Winner after they each missed three games. He registered at Cook s Shell service where he can pick up his winning Check. Paul Jungblut Postville was the fifth place Winner. He registered at the Grill where he can pick up his Check. Those missing just four games were Fredrick Hoth Greg Hel Gerson Chance Schroeder Don Rissman Lynn Heins Scott Fritz Jerry Johnson Jerry Hofer and Ron Marlow All of Postville interest in this week s contest continued High and another contest can be found in this week s Issue of the Herald. Just fill in an entry Blank or reasonable facsimile arid leave it at one of the sponsoring merchants. Legion and vow sponsor service a veterans Day program will be presented monday october 23 at 11 15 . At the Postville High school auditorium under the sponsorship of the Arthur f. Brandt Post #518 american legion and Carlton e. Kenney Post #9125, veterans of foreign wars. All legion and vow members and any veterans and servicemen Home on leave Are asked to attend and participate in the program. Residents of the town and surrounding area Are invited to attend. Legionnaires and vow members Are asked to assemble at the school by 10 45 am. Program patriotic Musi Postville school band or. Beerman director. Star spangled Banner Postville school band. Audience standing and remain standing until after invocation advancement of col Orsby veterans music to the colors. Announcements Lave me Rose chaplain american legion Post. Invocation Rev. Dick har berts Community presbyterian Church address Rev. Norman Ulle stad St Paul lutheran Church Benediction intern Ron matters Paul lutheran Church. Retirement of the colors legion and vow. Outside at Flag pole Flag Salute firing squad and taps by the legion and vow. Services held for we. F. Willman services were held tuesday october 10 at 1 30 . For William f. Willman at St. Paul lutheran Church Postville. The Rev Norman Ullestad officiated. Or. Willman died at the Good Samaritan Center Postville october 7. William Willman son of Paul and Mary Krie Willman was bom in Clayton county on january 12, 1875. He was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul lutheran Church september 28, 1898. He married Emma m. Oldag and the couple recently observed their 74th anniversary. They had four children. The couple Farmed in the Postville area until 33 years ago when they moved into Postville. Or Willman was preceded in death by his parents one brother and two Sisters. Surviving Are his wife Emma four children mrs. Ervin Bertha Dickman mrs. Victor Emma its yer mrs. Eldo Verla Schutte and Paul. There Are also nine grandchildren 24 great grandchildren 14 great great grandchildren a brother Rudy of Postville a sister mrs. Bertha Kline fort Dodge Many nieces and nephews. Burial was in the Postville it Emoery. At the wednesday thursday Friday Aid saturday october 18, 19, 20 and 21-Charles Bronson and Jack Palance Star in Chato s land. Rated pm. Sunday monday and tuesday october 22, 23 and 24-"joy in the morning with Richard Chamberlain and Yvette Mimieux. Hold successful fire Drill at school Postville fire chief Chuck Fishback termed the annual fire Drill at the Postville Community schools a Success. The Drill was held about 9 . Wednesday october 11. The old building was cleared in about one minute and 10 seconds and the elementary and High school buildings in one minute Aid 20 seconds. Rides were also Given to kindergarten students. I v enlist help of Postville youth members of the Ted Ellsworth Campaign group were in Postville sunday to enlist the help of the youth of the area. Shown Here going Over some of the material Are left to right Kathy Martins Marcee Sander Sara Ellsworth Paula Moser and Jane Moser and in the rear Jim Tauke Campaign chairman for the Ellsworth group. To

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