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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 6, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville Jay serving the flub of a of the four county area v %rfmr%aar11ar two sections 12 pages Postville Iowa wednesday september 6, 1972 number 36 it / 7 Loving Day of Koenig farm last thursday was moving Day at the Loren Koenig farm North of Postville. In a House remodelling project the upper Story of the old was sawed off at the floor and after considerable Effort and a change is lifted to the ground. There seemed to be some comment about fhe remaining upper Story for a hog House. The top picture shows up Middle picture lift off and the Bottom picture look out pirate Grinders Host Waukon Here Friday the 1972 Postville pirate football team will open the season Here Friday with Long time rival Waukon. The pirates with a Good group of Letterman Back from last year will be trying to avenge a defeat by the indians last year. The game will be played at Smith athletic Field Here starting at 7 45 . Waukon will Field an almost All Veteran team As there Are 10 senior Letterman at positions on the team. All totalled there Are 16 seniors 12 of them Letterman and ten juniors on the squad. To go along with this experience there is Good size on the Waukon squad. There Are six or seven players Topping the 200 Pound Mark. The Indian defense is also liberally loaded with veterans. The pirates held their annual pre season scrimmage Friday night and the varsity group scored reasonably Well against the bolstered Junior varsity group. In the slave Sale following the scrimmage Over $1,000 was raised As the members of the squad were auctioned off. The funds will be used to Purchase film for game movies and other athletic projects. Thursday night openings in Postville Start this week this week will Mark a change in Postville. Starting this thursday night All of the retail merchants observing an open night will be open thursday instead of Friday night. The change was voted by the majority of the members of the Postville commercial club at a meeting earlier in the year. Several area towns Are already open on thursday nights and More Are expected to switch soon. The change is being made so the stores open nights will not conflict with the Many school activities set on Friday nights. Shoppers Are asked to remember that the thursday night shopping starts this week. The two grocery stores in Postville have indicated they will also be open on Friday nights. There is also the possibility that some other firms will be open Friday nights also. Football contest opens this week plan Cash prizes this Friday will Kickoff the season for the Postville pirate football team when they Host the Waukon indians. It will also be the Kickoff of the annual football contest sponsored by 18 Postville merchants. The contest with Cash prizes awarded to the top five winners each week is open to everyone except the sponsors. Pick the winners of 18 games is All there is to the contest. Contestants can make their own entry Blank or clip the one from this Issue of the Herald. To break ties contestants Are asked to give the total number of Points they think All of the teams will score. Then just drop the entry Blank off at any of the participating merchants before 4 . Friday. Winners each week will be published in the Herald. The winners then can pickup their checks at the place they entered the contest. The prize for first place will be $5. The other four prizes Are $3 $2 $1.50 and $1, if you Don t win this week there Are seven More contests in the following weeks. Sponsors of the contests include Alla Makee Clayton electric cooperative Anderson s clothing Cal and Cora s "66" service and cafe citizens state Bank Cook s Shell service Don s jewelry Diz Dean real estate and auction ering Falb motor co. Farmers store Frank s red lantern the Grill Hall Roberts son Home Oil company Hoth real estate and auctions Postville implement Postville state Bank Schutta s shoes and Smith insurance. Plan Fra feb meeting Here the f f a and county farm Bureau s from Clayton Alla Makee Fayette and Winneshiek counties have completed plans for a joint meeting that will include a banquet and an Agri business program. The meeting will be held at the St. Paul s lutheran Church in Postville sept. 25. The first session will Start at 5 ., with a program featuring a Block presentation by the Waukon Fra chapter entitled Structure of the american Way of the county farm bureaus will then be hosts to a banquet for the senior Fra boys with school administrators and farm Bureau boards As guests. Following the banquet there will be a panel of Agri business people and Farmers. Knee to speak on work with Blind Rupert knee special education instructor in the Postville Community school will speak on his work with the Blind in Thailand and Formosa thursday september 7 at 8 00 . This will be the meeting of the association for retarded children and the Public is Welcome to attend. The meeting will be in the All purpose room of the elementary school building. Refreshments will be served. Pool will close for season sept. 10 the Hall m. Roberts Community Pool Postville will close for the season sunday evening sept. 10, according to an announcement made this week by the Park Board. However if the weather should be unseasonably cold the Pool could close before sunday. School Board election monday the annual school Board election will be he id monday september 11 in the basement of memorial Hall Postville. Polls will be open at 12 00 noon and remain open until 8 00 . To be filled is the position of director for District no. 2 the entire area of the school District included in Alla Makee county except the portion included in the town of Postville. Candidates for this Post include Leroy Duwe incumbent Terry a. Foels and mrs. John Janice Schultz. Also to be filled is the Post of director at Large which is the entire area of the school District included in Alla Makee Clayton Fayette and Winneshiek counties. Candidates for this Post Are Paul a Moser d.v.m., incumbent and Paul a. Schutte. W. A Kneeland incumbent treasurer is the Only candidate Abr this office. All eligible voters in the school District Are entitled to vote. Joint county Board voters will also cast their ballots for directors of the joint county school system. Candidates for area i director in District 3 Are Herbert Jenkins incumbent Noel Broadbent and Dennis a Denning Donald r. Wielage has filed for director District 7 Donald h. Schroeder for director District 8 and Burton Payne or. Lor director District 9. Wins big four carcass contest Chris Schoulte Farmersburg was the Winner of the carcass contest at the big four fair and he is shown Here with the plaque presented by hygrade food products inc. Making the presentation for hygrade is Earl Barkhurst. Schoulte s animal which placed red was a charolais Angus Cross. It graded Choice and had a 14.9 Inch loin Eye. Second place went to Marty Sauerbrei West Union third Terry Mohs Postville and fourth Jerry Brink Elkader. Community housing fund drive reports Over $4,000 collected kiwanis meetings Start monday members of the Postville kiwanis club Are reminded that fall meetings will resume monday september 11 with a 6 30 dinner at the Koffee shop. Commercial club to meet tuesday the Postville commercial dub will Start it s fall meetings tuesday september 12 with a 6 30 dinner at St Bridget s Church dining Hall. An election of officers will be held business promotion plans for the coming year will be discussed and a decision will need to be made on a night for meetings. Democrats to conduct township fund drive the Post township Democrat party fund drive will be conducted sept 5 to 12, according to local party authorities. Anyone not contacted that wishes to contribute to either the party or individual candidates should Send or take their contributions to Lloyd Schroeder Clayton co. Am vets auxiliary to meet the Clayton county am vets and auxiliary Post 27, will meet monday sept. 11, at 8 . At the Heidelberg. Nearly half built on the of on East Greene. Street which was acquired re nov to goal gently from the City of Postville. The fund drive to raise the corporation is also seek $10,000 for the Postville com ing members. There has to be Unity housing project has a minimum of 25 members in neared the Halfway Mark. In the corporation. Membership a report As of saturday Over fees Are $5 per person. The $4,000 had been collected. Membership fee is not tax de the drive which is being ductile but any contribution conducted by mail is to cover to the fund drive is. Expenses in starting the pro anyone not contacted and act of building a five unit apart wishing to make a donation to ment Complex for persons of re the project should Send their Tir ement age. The remainder contribution to Postville com of the funds will come from an Unity housing inc., Postville Cha loan which has been a Iowa. Proved. The following is a list of con Postville Community hous tribute on not previously re ing inc., a non profit Corpora ported Tion will build and operate the or. And mrs. Roy Knight apartment Complex on a Low As $ 25.00 possible rent basis. Rent on or. And mrs. Robert a. Each unit will just cover main Lindsay 50.00 tenancy and enough to pay off mrs. Lillian Moon 25.00 the Low Cost loan Over a Long mrs. Evelyn Looney 15.00 period of time. Or. And mrs. Milo Livin the housing project will be Good 10.00 or. And mrs. Clem a. _. Ters _________________100.00 at the theatre mrs. Hulda Miller 25.00 mrs. Adalia Zieman 25.00 wednesday thursday Friday mrs. And Beucher 25.00 and saturday september 6, 7, 8 mrs. Anna Beucher 25.00 and 9-"last of the red hot or and mrs Russell lovers with Allen Arkin Sally Palmer 25.00 Kellerman and Paula Prentis. Mrs. Vina Poesch------100.00 rated pm or. And mrs. J. F. Hart _ 25.00 sunday monday and tuesday Schutte furniture and september 10, 11 and 12-"the funeral service------100.00 last picture show with Ben Joseph b. Steele 25.00 Johnson and Cloris Leachman. Hollis w. Enyart 25.00 rated r. Postville Herald _______100.00 open football season Here Friday the Postville pirate football team will open their season Here Friday As they Host Waukon. Shown Here Are members of the pirate varsity team. They Are front Row left to right Jeff Szabo Bob Kleve Kedric Groth Jim Whitehead Bruce Ever Man Scott o Sra Gerald Kleve Gary Marlow Leroy Hofer and Pete Molivaa a. Craig Converse Loren Broszeit Kevin Schultz Alan Anderson Roger Brainard Dave Anderson Kermit White Mike Schutte Richard Schara and Omar nuehring. Third Row Kim Landt Doug Anderson Myron Schultz Craig Harberts Kent Schultz Joe Lechten Berg Tennis Kelly Randy Suckow and John Zieman

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