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Postville Herald Newspaper Archives Oct 25 1972, Page 1

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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - October 25, 1972, Postville, Iowa ? Postville a serving the Hub off armm j of the four county area w two sections 14 pages int year. Postville Iowa wednesday october 25, 1972 number 43 fes have game in final itly it s a to or share Tor the Postville pirate am Here Friday night is must win their game Iner or share the con Itle with Vauney. Be will bring a 6-0 con ecord into the game twiner s 4-2, Sumner Surprise victim of Al it week Attar dropping of Valley the week be Rille does t win this would share the title by which in now 5-1, a Sull to play. Car coach Drahn the i Ltd be at full strength will bring the third Bast irling average and the it defense into the game. Is Are second in offence in defense. Postville look Back on last year s tag by Sumner owing of quarterback re and running of Dean High Light the Sumner at Iger an All conference p play either of two i the aces multiple of Flor tackle Joel Lang lbs their Leader in the rates were to lose Fri would not Only have to title with Valley but r their state ranking and of making the Post offs. Firms set houses l firms will have opens Wek. The first will lie Agri enterprises oct. 28 at the Bob and ring farm three Miles Jet Postville on Highway for the new Purina be from 1.0 am. To Jad in mis Issue gives West garage will have Buse for sunday oct of Snow Llie garage is located mams Street in Post Ince winners iter contest j in the fire poster con Prad by the local Post department in the Post notary school have been winners will re us second place $1.00 Slace $.50. Mil nation room Bruce i first Kenneth Kerr Arbara Jones third Ade Grant Snitker i he ins. Second Brian ird. Rade Todd Livingood one Larson second a third. Jeff Hofschulte Era diff second Deb of third Trade Jolynn Winter Itte Eichmann second Empson third be Jackie Backhaus ii Lenth. Second Vic third. Ners have not yet peed. The first and i winners in the noun nce to state. Prize a distributed As soon fity awards Are also Postville state Bank plans Centennial Observance Here halloween Parade party to be held tuesday oct. 31 the annual halloween Parade and party sponsored by the of w. Post and auxiliary will be held tuesday evening october 31. The Parade will Start at by terms Corner at 7 30 . All youngsters through sixth Grade Are invited to take part in the costume Parade and at the party to follow at memorial Hall. At the Hall there will be a film treats and prizes for the Best costumes. In Case of rain children should go directly to the Hall where the party will be held. Blackened remains of Schnuelle farm Home shown Here Are the charred remains of the Ray Schnuelle farm Home located at the South Edge of Castalia which was destroyed by a fire last wednesday evening. The fire which started about 10 00 p. M., claimed the life of the Schnuelle s six year old son Rodney. Firemen and trucks remained at the scene until 3 00 a. Herald photo Jeff o Brien is seek donations for family Winner of close football contest despite a multitude of upsets and some near misses it took some Good picking to win this weeks football contest. Jeff Toerien St. Olaf was the Winner missing Only three games and edging two others on the Point total. Games missed the most were the upsets by Colorado Over Oklahoma Atlanta Over Green Bay. And Washington Over Dallas in the pro league. Also Many missed Iowa s Flop against Minnesota the Young winning St. Olaf Man can pick up his $5 first place Check where he registered Cal and Cora s "66" service Gerwin Martins was second also missing Only three games but off 34 Points on the total score. He registered at the Grill where he can pick up his Check. Also missing Only three games to off 42 Points on the total score was Byron Everman Castalia. He can pick up his third place Check at the Grill. Fourth place went to mrs. Harry Overeen who had four wrong and was Only one Point off on the total score. She registered at Andersons clothing. Fifth place was captured by Don Rissman Postville who also entered at Andersons clothing he missed four games and was 18 Points off. Also missing four games but farther off on the total score were Steven Ruckdaschel Blake Radloff Jerry Hofer Paul Jung blut Dave l. Harris and Kenneth a Lein there were also 20 entries missing five games. This week is your last week to be a Winner in Postville a annual weekly football contest. Join in this last week of fun fill out an entry Blank today and drop it off at one of the sponsoring merchants. Then watch next weeks Herald to use if you won. Losing Home in Blaze but the Postville commercial club is sponsoring a fund drive for the Ray Schnuelle who lost their Home and possessions in a fire wednesday night october 18. The Schnuelle son Rodney 6, died in the fire. Two other children were injured. Officials said mrs. Schnuelle was in the Bam milking cows when the fire broke out apparently in the Kitchen. When she noticed the Blaze she grabbed a ladder and put it up to a second floor window and rescued sleeping children Randy 15, Renee 14, and Ricky 8. Randy ran to the Earl Smith residence and alerted firemen. Randy suffered bums on his hands and is being treated in Iowa City Renee was hospitalized in Postville but was released monday or. Scan Jelle a truck Driver was not at Home at the time but returned about the time the firemen arrived and entered the Home through a Kitchen window and found the body of his Young soil. The Home located on the South Edge of Castalia was destroyed the Schnuelle Are temporarily staying with his parents the Fritz Schnuelle Castalia Castalia firemen sponsored a drive for clothing bedding and furniture on monday and tuesday which was taken to the old Carnation Plant at Castalia. Persons wishing to make Cash donations May do so at either the citizens state Bank or Postville state Bank in Postville. Those desiring to donate clothing or. Furniture Are asked to Contact the family in order to avoid duplications. School Book fair at he theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday. October 25, 26, 27 and 28-"joy in the morning with Richard Chamberlain and Yvette Mimieux. Rated up sunday monday and tuesday october 29, 30 and 31-"stand up and be counted with Jaque line Bisset Stella Stevens Steve Lawrence. Rated up in Progress now the student Council of the Cora a Darling school Postville is sponsoring a student Book fair this weak through Friday. The books Are on display in the All purpose room of the elementary building during school hours. Books on display include new books from publishers in popular Price ranges representing classics fiction biographies adventure stories science nature crafts mystery and reference books. Books ordered will be received to time for Christmas giving. Profits will be used for student Council projects and activities. Parents Are urged to visit the fair on conference Day Friday october 27. Coffee and cookies will be served. Services held for Young fire victim services were conducted at the Castalia Zion lutheran Church at 2 00 ., saturday october 21 for Rodney Jay Schnuelle. Six year old son of the Ray Schnuelle who died in a fire that destroyed the family s farm Home on the South Edge of Castalia wednesday night j october 18, death was attributed to smoke inhalation. The boy was asleep in a bedroom adjoining the Kitchen where the fire apparently started. The Rev. Arthur j. Tolo officiated. Burial was in the pleasant View Ceme Tery Castalia Rodney Jay was bom february 15, 1966, at Postville the son of Raymond and Lois Wettleson Schnuelle. He was baptized june 5, 1966, at the Castalia Zion lutheran Church by the Rev. Walter Pfeffer. Rodney was in the first Grade he is survived by his parents Brothers Randy and Ricky and a sister Renee maternal Grandfather Robert Wettleson of Postville his paternal grandparents or. And mrs. Fritz Schnuelle Castalia and several uncles aunts and cousins. Want sponsors for hunger hike Young people from the St. By id get Catholic Church St. Paul lutheran Church and the Community presbyterian Church will be going on a hunger Hile sunday october 29, to help with the . Effort of feeding and assisting needy people All Over the world. They will hike 10 Miles and will be seeking sponsors for this hike. Young people will be asking for sponsors. Encourage them by your support the hike will Start from the Park opposite the hotel and proceed to the Marion lutheran Church in Gunder. Autumn open House services held for at effigy Mounds open House will be held at the effigy Mounds visitor Center on sunday october 29. This will Mark the end of a series of special events held at the National Monument during 1972 to Honor the Centennial of the National Parks refreshments will be served by members of the women s organization from 12 00 noon to 4 30 . A film featuring one world s favorite National Parks grand Canyon will be shown approximately every 45 minutes starting at 12 00 Oclock. The film is entitled in the beginning. Effigy Mounds National Monument is located on Iowa state Highway 76, three Miles North of Marquette Iowa. The self guiding trails museum and facilities of the Monument will be open to All. There will be no charges. Robert Sebastian services today Robert w. Sebastian 57, died sunday october 22 at veterans administration Hospital in Des Moines. Services for or. Sebastian Are being held today wednesday october 25 at 1 30 . At St Paul lutheran Church Postville. Schuttes is in charge of arrangements. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Mrs. Lucy Kamp services were held thursday october 19, at 10 30 . For Lucy Kamp at St. Paul lutheran Church Postville intern Ron matter officiated. Lucy c. Eberling daughter of William Eberling and Emma har Nack Eberling was born in Day ton county Iowa on May 10,1902. She died at the Community memorial Hospital in Postville on october 17. She was baptized and confirmed in St. Paul lutheran Church Postville and on september 15, 1921, was United in marriage to Edward Kamp. To this Union four children were born mrs Kamp was preceded in death by her husband Edward and her parents. Surviving Are two sons Duane of Farley Iowa and Donald living at Issaquah Washington two daughters Irene mrs. Rodney Buddenberg of Des Moines and Mary mrs Robert Reierson of Postville 10 grandchildren 9 great grandchildren three Brothers Elmer Walter and Eli of Postville two Sisters Lora mrs Elery nuehring of Madison Wisconsin and Alice Eberling of Postville. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. Sale. Dates sales advertised saturday october 28-auction Sale West Edge of Postville. Auctioneers Lorenz a will Man and Gay Oelke. Dates claimed saturday november 4--household Sale mrs. Lucy Kamp Lorenz a will Man auctioneer. Saturday november 18- household Sale Leonard Oldag. Lorenz m. Wellman auctioneer. Leo Floody rites monday services were held monday october 23 at St. Francis Church Ossian for Leo Floody of Castalia who died at Postville Community Hospital Friday october 20. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Daylight time to end in Iowa Iowa will return to Central Standard time sunday october 29. Clocks should be set Back one hour at bedtime saturday night and on sunday the state will be officially on Standard time. All times listed in the Herald beginning sunday and thereafter will be Central Standard time unless otherwise stated. This will be in effect until april 29, 1973. Postville native is Waukon mayor Don Christofferson 36, son of the Herman of Postville was named mayor of Waukon by the City Council at their regular meeting monday october 16. Christofferson will fill the position vacated by the death of mayor j. Robert White until january 1, 1974, he has been serving As mayor pro Tern since or. White s death or. Christofferson a three term councilman was first elected in november 1967, he has lived in Waukon eight years where he serves As equipment Man for Northwestern Bell Telephone co open House to be held two Days the Postville state Bank will hold a two Day open House for the Observance of the 100th anniversary of its founding Here Friday and saturday oct 27 and. 28. The open House hours will be from 8 30 . To 4 . Each Day. Refreshments will be served and a gift and Booklet presented to visitors during the open House. An advertisement in this Issue gives More details. The officers director Sand employees of the Bank will be there at various times to Greet customers and show them the Bank. The officers Are William a knee land president Harvey Schultz vice president Ronald e. Taylor cashier and Helen g. Gray assistant cashier. Members of the Board of directors include or. A f. Schneider Lyle e. Zieman or. Of Kiesau Edward a Kozelka and Kenneth h. Schultz. Employees of the Bank Are Linda Bugenhagen Judy Meyer Betty Landt and Jeanne Lenth. The Postville state Bank which is the state of Iowa s 26th oldest Bank was started october 25, 1872 in the Corner of the general store operated by Hall and w. A Roberts. It was known As the Postville Bank. In june of 1891 the Bank was incorporated As the Postville state Bank with assets of $114,784, the Bank purchased the site and constructed the present building in 1913, the building has undergone several re Mode Lings during these Many years including the Interior work done this year plus the addition of the time and temperature sign. The total resources of the Bank have shown a steady growth through the years. When it became a state Bank in 1891 total resources were just a Little Over $100,000. By the end of 1920 they were just a Little Over $1 million. They took a drop during the depression years but by 1950 they were up to $2.5 million. By 1960 the total resources were Over $3 million and they More than doubled in the next decade reaching Over $6 million by 1970. At the present time the total resources Are almost $8 million. Apparently the Postville state Bank is the second oldest firm in Postville preceded Only by Hall Roberts son which was founded in 1864. Firemen s dance this saturday the annual firemen s Benefit dance has been scheduled at dreamland ballroom for this saturday october 28, music will be provided by Pete Dougherty band. \ of a local Hunters bag Wyoming doer repair rail crossing on Highway 51 a five Day Hunting trip proved a a a a f roup of local Hunters bagged i met acting out of Kaycee Wyoming str a in essay of last week. Laft to right Ara Charles Fishback Kenneth Ellis Carl Meade Dale Ellis Clermont and Jim Meade who was not Hunting. They Field dressed and skinned the Deer before returning with them to Postville. After several years of bouncing across the rough Railroad tracks on the North Edge of Postville travellers should be surprised now not to have their Teeth shaken Loose. Shown Here is the Crew that re placed much of the crossing Here the latter part of last week. The Milwaukee line is to be commended on the fast action after the rough crossing was called to their attention

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