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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 13, 1972, Postville, Iowa O red Check Mark a i the Circle your sub Ion to the Herald in due. Prompt attention will be died. The publishers. Postville a a a serving Trehub Rcw my a my of the four county area v Araj every third monday is Driver s License Day in Postville Iowa at memorial Hall first year. Postville Iowa wednesday september 13, 1972 two sections 12 pages number 37 in number cast vote school Board election incumbent new member be office idled eighty five registers turned out monday jibe contest for the Posi director for District no. A Rector at Large for the Community school Dis i Large number of voters the increased interest ear s election Over the Flous years when about were cast Duwe incumbent was director for District received 346 votes closest opponent mrs. Ice Schultz receiving Foels received 57. Shutte received 357 votes or. Paul Moser incur director at Large. Or. Buived 306 votes. Kneeland incumbent was unopposed and re -5 votes. There were a bred write ins lion that voters would their ballots for direct fhe joint county school is not Correct. Theders the error. Benefit social at county Home a Benefit ice Cream Lawn social sponsored by the Alla Makee county Home volunteers will be held on the Lawn of the county Home sunday afternoon september 17, beginning at 2o clock. The volunteers will hold their food Sale. The Craft and Ceramic articles made by the county Home residents will be on display and for Sale. Ice Cream cake and Coffee will be served through out the afternoon beginning at 2 o clock. A local group will provide musical numbers Between 2 00 and 5 00. Re & d to consider project proposals project measures to be included in the project plan for upper explorer land Rcd must be submitted by october 15, 1972. This Date was established at a special meeting of the executive Board for the 5 county organization held August 30. Any local individual group or unit of government with an idea for a project measure meeting a need in the area should take immediate Steps to get it written up As a project measure. Further information or project measure forms Are available from the soil conservation District office or county committee members. The Alla Makee county Rcd committee includes Joe Valley harpers ferry Frank Beard More Waukon de Kuzelka Postville Leon Schoh Dorchester Kenneth Schultz Postville and Ralph Sweeney Waukon. Postville merchants set Moonlight madness thursday approves assistant coach Jfe Ial Board meeting held Day evening the Post i of education approved a third assistant High Ball coach for this year meeting was held to Fetter such an assistant authorized under a proved by the Board declined to Llcy for the next school Tig the matter would be Jet Spring. Reviewed its policy coach of each sport Jatice immediately of is dismissed for the trusted to see that All Jpe out of the building . The time of 6 30 dered but abandoned. Or intendant informed at the principals and fent had a decided they approve any personal it in Case of Emer is personal leave was and a school vacation. Finite action was taken he located their approval i also decided to in Board Secretary to hire on workers for the Tion this year. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday september 10, the Coffee hour was served by the methodist women. Chapel Rev. Curtis Webster methodist Church conducted the services. Activities Friday the residents saw the films thunderstorm Why exercise and Trout Dhia records on local herds the High fat producing cows in the Clayton county dam association include the following Leslie Anderson Castalia Brown Swiss with 611-647-782-593r609-562 lbs. Fat Ronald and Harlan Miller Monona Hostein 645 lbs fat Marsh & Kleve Castalia holsteins 745-595-582 Kenneth Suddendorf Monona Brown Swiss 567-617 Maurice lands Gard Postville holsteins 644-609-635-629-611-592 Kenneth Grimes West Union holsteins 631-676-645 Steuben Steffens Cler Mont holsteins 559-693-568 Kermit Miller Luana holsteins 584-625-569-579, also Raymond Doerring Luana holsteins with 759-580 lbs. Fat Donald Winter West Union holsteins 654-558 lbs fat Allen Mittlested West Union holsteins 675-557 Karlton Eberling Postville Brown Swiss 669-560 Edwin and Allen Chens void West Union Jersey 526 Frank Hangartner Postville holsteins 732-658-665-715 and Lyle Debower Monona Ayr Shires 602-600 lbs. Fat. The merchants of Postville will conduct a Moonlight madness special Here thursday from 7 30 to 11 . The even t is sponsored by the Postville commercial club. For the Sale Many merchants will offer special discounts prizes special sales and gifts. See All the advertisements in this Issue of the Herald for More details. Some of the stores will close from 5 30 to 7 30 thursday so clerks and employees May have a supper hour and also to prepare the special items for the Moonlight madness special. Come join the fun thursday in Postville from 7 30 to 11 . And look Over the bargains and specials. You la be Able to save More than moonbeams. Jerry Brink wins big four fair hog carcass contest Jerry Brink Elkader swept the hog carcass contest for the big four fair taking the first three places. All three of his hogs scored within Points or tenths of a Point of each other. Brink s top hog had 31.6 length 1.05 inches Back fat and a 5.9 Inch loin Eye when adjusted to a 220 Pound weight. All the hogs graded were adjusted to the 220 Pound weight and graded under the Wisconsin judging system at the Oscar Mayer Plant. Taking fourth place was Slier Leen Larson Postville. Gary Schutte Castalia took fifth and sixth places while seventh and eighth went of Kent j. Schultz Postville. Robert Anderson wins opening football contest some major upsets kicked off the 1972 football season plus a few minor ones and it took some Sharp picking to place in the contest. The first four winners missed Only four games each and the placings vere settled on total Points. Games missed the most were Urcla Over Nebraska Turkey Valley Over of a and Tripoli Over Sumner other games missed frequently were Missouri Over Oregon Washington state Over Kansas Postville Over Waukon and Elkader Over Starmont. Only three persons picked Urcla Over the co huskers and Only four picked Tripoli Over Sumner. Winning first place was Robert h. Anderson with four games missed and apparently right on the Point total. He will receive his $5 Check at Anderson s clothing. Also missing Only four games but 28 Points off on the total score was Ronnie Marlow Postville. He can pick up his second place prize Money at Cal & Cora s "66" service and cafe Dennis Friederich Luana was third with 106 Points off the total score. H6 registered at the Grill where he can pick up his Check. Fourth place went to Danny Sander route 1, Postville who also missed four games but was 121 Points off on the total score. He also registered at the Grill. Fifth place goes to Dave l. Harris Postville who missed five games but was closer on the total score than two other contestants by May pick up his prize at Cook s Shell service where he entered. Also missing five games were Kim Kerr and Kent Schultz both of Postville but they were off on the total Points. Those missing six games were John Gericke Kirk Kruse Scott Fritz Mark Looney Jerry Johnson Mike Winter Tim Hogan Chance Schroeder sue Larson Luke Larson and Bev Lovingood All of Postville. Also Neil Zum Walt Fayette and Dennis Roma Strawberry Point. Another contest will be found in the pages of the Herald this week. Anyone except the sponsoring merchant is eligible to enter. Take a look at the 18 games and see if you can t win a prize. Just have your entry at one of the sponsors before 4 . Friday american legion to meet monday the regular monthly meeting of Arthur f. Brandt Post #518, american legion will be held at 8 00 . Monday september 18, in the legion rooms memorial Hall. Members Are urged to be present to make final plans for the veterans Day and annual fish Fry set for monday october 23. Is a three two 0ne,-we beat Waukon the Postville pirates and their coach header he Field to congratulate their teammates As fun sounds to end the game Here Friday in a 23 Victory Over Waukon. According to some fans a Ory Over Waukon almost makes a Complete sea son but the pirates and coaching staff won t look at it that Way. The pirates used a Good passing game to beat their longstanding county rivals. The next test for the pirates is at Valley of Elgin this Friday. Herald photo the Dundee automobile the Berg automobile Kolsrud names Petit jurors for third Quarter Petit jurors for the fourth Quarter beginning october 1, 1972, have been named this week by Lloyd r. Kolsrud Alla Makee county clerk of court. Jurors will not report for duty until ordered to do by the court at which time they will be notified by the Alla Makee county sheriff. Pei ii jurors. Betty Amundson Lansing Sylvan Ashbacher Lansing Melba Beneke new Albin Dorothy Bork Postville Clarence Brandsmeier Waukon Melvin Breeser new Albin Allen Brooks Luana Merlin Bublitz Waukon Catherine Buege new Albin Loretta Bulman _ harpers ferry Shirley a. Bulman new Albin Jean Carlson Luana Peter ,j.-, Mary Lou Cota harpers ferry Marcus Crow harpers ferry Don Christofferson Waukon Marilyn Curnow Postville Victor Debuhr Waukon Kathryn m. Drew Waukon Mark d. Duffy Rte Decorah Arnold Ellingson Waukon Edna Frese Postville Richard Fruechte Waukon Milo Gericke Postville Donna Gilbertson Waterville Harris m. Gruber Waukon Clarence Haberichter _ Monona Ervin Haltmeyer Postville Lucille Hanson Postville Jane Hausman Waukon Inez Heckmann Postville Constance Howes Waukon Boyd Jeglum Waterville Norma Johnson Waukon David Kerndt Waukon Patricia Kerndt Lansing Walter Kiesau Waukon Stanley Kolsrud Waukon Charles Langland Waukon Betty Larsen Waukon Elmer link Waukon Margaret Luther Waukon Helen m. May Postville Robert Marovets Monona Harold Marti Waukon Laurayne Mauss new Albin Leona Mauss Waukon Paul t. Mcdowell Waterville Helen Mellick Waukon Harry Meyer Waukon Merlin Nelson Dorchester Alton Olson harpers ferry Maurice o Regan Waukon Gerald l. Pape Luana Margaret Powell new Albin Laura Reinke new Albin Cletus g. Rooney Waukon Wilbur Rose Waukon Jean Ann Ryan Waukon Susan Schlitter Waukon Esther s. Schultz Postville Norma Jean sheeley harpers ferry Gene Sickles Waterville Elaine Snell Dorchester Bernice h. Snitker Waukon Vincent spinner Lansing Bonnie Steffens Waukon John l. Waldron Waukon Mayme Waters new Albin Clara Welch Lansing Mae Wetherbee Postville Virgil whittle harpers ferry Irving Thompson Dorchester Charlotte Thorstenson Waukon Donald Vonderohe new Albin trial jurors for Calendar Quarter commencing october 1, 1972. Jurors will be notified by the sheriff when to report. Multi Media course set at Calmar adults interested in instructing Standard first Aid utilizing the new Multi Media approach can attend the instructor s course which will be held october 7 and october 14 from 8 00 . To 5 00 . On the Calmar Campus. The topic october 7 will be Standard Multi Media course and october 14 will be How to teach the no tuition will be charged but there will be a charge for supplies. Interested persons should Contact Elaine Duvel in. Coordinator adult education area i school Calmar Iowa 52132. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday Aid saturday september 13, 14. 15 and 16"play it again Sam 1 starring Woody Allen. Rated Fig. Sunday monday and tuesday september 17, 18 and 19-Walter Matthau stars in rated weekend accidents claim lives of area youths Hospital news visiting hours. 2 00-4 30 and 7 00-8 30 p. M. Visiting hours Are fixed for the Good of the patient. Please observe. Births. Boy or. And mrs. William Huinker Postville september 9. Boy or. And mrs. Eugene Kepp Ler Postville september 10. Medical. Mrs. Elgie Ferguson Monona september 7. Mrs. Vern Marting Monona september 7. Miss Lucy Christen Elgin september 7. Wendy Falb Elgin september 8. Kenton Kishman Farmers Burg september 9. Discharged. Leland Walby september 5. James Gerdes september 6. David Koopman september 6. Mrs. Larry Falb and girl september 9. Miss Lucy Christen september 9. Miss Louise Meier september 9. Wendy Falb september 10. August Burrow september 10. To hold clinic for area children the Iowa state services for crippled children a Sec announced today that referrals from family physicians Are being accepted for children who will attend the general clinic in Charles City. In order to be seen at this clinic a child s referral should be forwarded to the a Sec offices by sept. 26. The clinic will be held oct. 10 at the Saint John evangelical lutheran Church main and Gilbert streets. Manpower Survey starts in county thursday sept. 14 volunteers from throughout Alla Makee county Are Busy preparing mailing lists and manpower study packets for mailing thursday sept 14, to approximately 5,250 households in Alla Makee county. The mailing will be the kick off of the Alla Makee county manpower study which is aimed at persuading interested industries in locating in this area Tom Schulte of Waukon chairman of the Alla Makee county economic development committee which is sponsoring the manpower study says it is important that each and every person in Alla Makee county 16 years of age and Over employed or unemployed Complete and return a manpower questionnaire As soon As possible Schulte says. Each manpower packet will contain a cover letter explaining the purpose of the study three questionnaires and a postage free self addressed return Enve Tope it requires Only a few minutes to Complete and return one of the questionnaires. All information furnished on the questionnaires is confidential and statistical tabulation of the questionnaires will be handled by personnel from the Community development Section of the Iowa employment Security commission Sale dates sales advertised saturday sept. 23, mrs. Russell White farm Sale Luana l o r e n z Willman auctioneer Farmers savings Bank Clermont clerk. Dates claimed saturday september 30--farm Sale Walter Adam estate. Postville state Bank clerk. Dean and Eaton auctioneers saturday sept. 30, Leo Wolf farm Sale Clermont. Lorenz Willman auctioneer Farmers savings Bank Clermont clerk. Monday oct. 2, Otto Schweinle fus farm Sale Castalia. Lorenz Willman auctioneer Ossian state Bank clerk. Tragedy marred the weekend in the Postville area when three Young people lost their lives in two separate one car accidents. Larry Dean Dundee 17, son of the Roland Dundee Luana died saturday night at the Hospital in Lacrosse Wisconsin from injuries suffered Friday night in a one car crash two Miles North of Clermont. He was thrown from his Auto when it want out of control and landed in a ditch. Services were held tuesday at 10 30 . In St Paul lutheran Church Postville for the youth. Schutte s was in charge of arrangements. An obituary will appear in next weeks Herald. Dead at the scene of an Accident near Frankville saturday night were mrs Vincent Judy Kay Engen 21, of Decorah and Gary Leroy Winters 21, son of or. And mrs. Leroy Winters of Rural Postville. Both were passengers in a car driven by David Berg 22, son of the Stanley bergs of Rural Postville which went out of control struck a Bank and landed in the Charles Hoth farmyard. Berg and another passenger Lone Spilde 18, of Decorah a sister of mrs. Engen were hospitalized in critical condition at Lacrosse Wisconsin Martin Brothers funeral Home in Waukon was in charge of services for Winters. Pirates open conference season at Valley Friday the Postville pirates will open their conference season Friday at Valley of Elgin in what could be the Battle Between the two fastest teams in the conference. Both teams will be coming off season opening wins. Valley pounded South Winneshiek 34 to 8, while Postville was surprising Waukon 23 to 14. Coach Don Drahn says Valley s biggest assets will be their quickness and Speed. He Felt they also have Good balance throughout the whole team. Bob Strong and Steve Woods were their top running backs in the game against South Winn. Drahn said tie pirates came through the Waukon game without any injuries and barring some in to seen problems should be ready Friday night. The coach also noted that 30 of tie 3 6 boys dressed for the game played. Sign welcomes travellers another sign has been erected to Welcome travellers to Post Ville by Wayne poultry company. This Large sign painted red and Black on a yellow background is mounted on the Side of Palmquist s department store building

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