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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 20, 1972, Postville, Iowa 12 pages two sections a flirt yur. Postville Iowa wednesday september 20, 1972 bid for senior housing it list More donations of $54,253 by Dauben Ber co., Mcgregor t a. By Post vice Oom nage republicans tag inc., to build a Complex Bare. To sleet sunday to Tang was Bald thurs All Young people from the age 14, at memorial Hall of 13 up. Are invited to of six firms bid on attend the first meeting of the the other bidders local chapter of teenage re pub ids were Gordon be Means. Avillo $72,250 Ivan the meeting will be held Sun Nona $65,400 Ham Day september 24 at 7 00 . Colon Waverly in the Home of Karen Ullestad Ynes & Hows Dav a study of both parties will be ,925, and Burke Oon conducted. Young representatives Cgregor $55,753. Of both parties Are Welcome to or the Start of con attend. As not been set but to be in the near fun housing project will Hospital news the site purchased. I of Postville Neas visiting hours. It 2 00-4 30 and 7 00-8 30 p. M. Drive for the housing visiting hours Are fixed for still under Way and to the so cd of the patient. Please 0 of the necessary observe. Been raised. Listed re donations. S Howard medical. $10 00 Jerry Wickham Clermont Marston 25.00 september 13. T s Hill. 25.00 David Gunderson Postville Vera september 15. ,. 25,00 mrs Bertie Waters Postville Mars co september 15. Society 250.00 mrs. Lucy Kamp Clermont Man 25.00 september 16. 10.00 surgical. 10.00 Carl Marsh Castalia septem 100.00 Ber 16. Ier. 25.00 discharged. Esau. 100.00 mrs. Alvin Kaiser september 12.  study Kenton Kishman september d project Jerry Wickham september sons and industries mrs Eugene Keppler and boy ewed in the upper sex september 14. It source conserva mrs William Huinker and Loument project thus Bovi september 15. E surveys were just David Gunderson september according to Ralph Jug cd chairman. Mrs. Bertie Waters septem is were made of Over Ber 16 v. Is 30 industries and Carl Marsh september 17 Tate tourists in the 5arl Marsh Fae tember 1/. Of i is miss Elizabeth Debes Mono re and Winneshiek. September 12 were statistic Auy a Kaep temper 12 present All parts Ofa Memona. Eluding cities an to Elma Eny Art from to. Two College Stu blends w 0 Bertha t a to 0 from at funds and reenter for agriculture Tes $500j a from a elopement at Ames friends and relatives $75.00. Developing the study estered win up a registration deadline set for Lomento Teet Friday september 29 the deadline Tor All youngsters Oti women 8 to 13 to Register for the an. Nual pass punt and kick compe thursday tuition sponsored by Lyngaas Ford lican women will is Friday september 29. A september 21, the Competition will be held in the Sam Harris saturday september 30 at Smith West Post Street. Athletic Field. Boys in Junior High interested in work must have written permission of Are urged to at the school principal to enter the contest. Questionnaire returns in manpower study Golden anniversary club honors couple mrs. R. C. Huebner left and mrs. Leonard Casten right Postville flank or. And mrs. K. E. Kenney Waukon who were honoured As the longest married couple at the third annual Golden anniversary dinner of the club held Friday at St. Paul lutheran Church. The kennels recently celebrated their 60th anniversary. Mrs. Huebner and mrs. Casten were co chairmen of the event. The afternoon s program took the group Back to the Days when people furnished their own entertainment. There were 60 couples present who had observed 50 years or More of marriage. Adult education classes Start thursday sept. 28 is in the Alla Makee resources Survey r study indicate a by is underway with 900 manpower r b returned in the r a successful study -3d manpower ques a Alla Makee coun a dents. Crets were mailed households in the unto area on sept. It contained three Stronn Aires a nov dining the purpose r study and Apost addressed Renvel Nung the question Tryone in the Alia a area who is 16 or older to Corn turn a manpower the information the questionnaire strict Confidence chairman at the All the manpower t on each and eve of the Alla Makee Schulte said will be compiled in m by the common it Section of the ent Security Oom a elopement groups county will use the attract new Busi try to the count to provide More s for local Resi to did not receive manpower question mall May obtain some at Banks and savings and loan associations throughout Alla Makee county or by visiting the 2nd floor of the Waukon dry Hall or by calling number 568-2583. It is important that each and every person in the county Complete and return a questionnaire As soon As possible to insure the Success of the manpower study Schulte said. One of the ten courses to be offered at the Postville High school starting on thursday september 28 will be pre retirement planning. This class will meet in the Mott building for four consecutive thursday evenings. The Cost will be $3.00 per person. The program As planned for this course is As follows september 28 7 30 . Psychology aspects of retirement pastor Virgil Hougen administrator of Decorah retirement Center. Services held for Larry d Dundee funeral services were held tuesday september 12 in St. Paul lutheran Church Postville for Larry Dean Dundee who died at the Lacrosse lutheran Hospital saturday september 9, from injuries received in an Auto Accident. The re v. No Man Ulle stad officiated. Larry Dean Dundee son of Roland and Laverna Heins Dundee was born february 8, 1955. He was bapti2ed and confirmed in St. Paul lutheran Church and attended of a Community schools. Larry had worked three months in the Job corps in South Dakota and was most recently employed at Northern decorative in Waukon and Wayne poultry in Postville. He is survived by his parents his Brothers and Sisters Dennis Barbara Bonnie Loren and Randy grandparents or. And mrs. John Dundee and Henry Heins and other relatives. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. October 5-7 30 . Creative use of Leisure time pastor Hougen. October 12 7 30 . Health and physical welfare in retirement a local physician october 19 7 30 . Social Security and medicare benefits Victor Bertel Field representative of social Security office Winona Minnesota other classes planned for Postville starting thursday evening september 28 include the following adult Basic education arts and crafts chair caning first Aid great decisions increasing Reading Speed knitting Macra. Me College preparation for parents and social dancing All of these classes will be conducted in the Mott High school building except arts and crafts which will meet in the old High school building Art room and the social dancing class will meet in the All purpose room in the elementary building. All classes win meet on thursday evenings. The classes Are sponsored jointly by the area i vocational school and the Postville Community schools. Second half taxes due in county penalty october 1 Arthur Wendel Alla Makee county treasurer has announced that real estate and personal property taxes Are now due and payable. A penalty attaches on october 1 on second half taxes and increases by three fourths of one per cent on first half taxes unpaid. New commercial club officers new officers of the Postville commercial club were elected at the annual meeting last tuesday. They Are left to right Paul Braham president Francis Buren vice president Don Stoeffler treasurer and Charles Fishback Secretary. Appointed to the Board of directors were Frank Tehel Burr Cook and Wayne Schroeder. Carry Over directors Are Dale Schroeder Howard Gordanier and Russell Price two years and Ralph Hanson Robert burling and m. F. Chevalier one year. Jerry Johnson Winner of 2nd football contest Jerry Johnson Postville won the honors in the second week of the football contest. He missed Only two games and was the Only one to do so. Games missed the most were Indiana Over Minnesota Miami Over Kansas City Denver Over Houston and Brigham Young Over Kansas state. A number of persons also picked West Central Over of a. Johnson with Only two wrong edged eight other persons who missed three games. Johnson can pick up his winning Check at Cal and Cora s "66" service and cafe where he entered. Second place was captured by Esther Meyer Postville who missed three games and was Only 24 Points off on the total score. She entered at citizens state Bank where her winnings Are waiting for her. Third place went Todary Duwe Luana who also missed three games and was 59 Points off the total score. He entered at the Grill where the Check for his winning is waiting. Fourth place Winner was Paul Jungblut Postville who missed three games and was 69 Points off on the total score. He May pick up his winning Check at Cal and Cora s "66" service and cafe where he entered. Slipping into fifth place was Kim Kerr Postville also with three wrong and 120 Points off on the total score. He entered at Cook s Shell service where he May pick up his winnings. Also missing just three games but off on the total score were David Taylor Postville Joe d u w a Postville Kent Kruse Postville and Joe Huinker Ossian. Those missing just four games included Steve Martins Cindy Duwe Kent Schultz Donnie mar Tindale Robert Anderson Stan Schroeder All of Postville Dennis Friederich and Loren Foels Luana. Also Lynn o Hara Castalia mrs Ken o Brien Waukon and or. And mrs. Neil Zumwalt Fayette. Another contest will be found in this Issue. Interest this week was greater As contestants got into the spirit of the football season. Several persons sent in the whole Page when All that should be entered is the Small entry Blank. Sale dates 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 Yiuman auctioneer Farmers savings Bank Clermont clerk monday oct 2, Otto Schwenne fus farm Sale Castalia. Lorenz Yiuman auctioneer Ossian state Bank clerk. Pcs Homecoming activities scheduled Here for Friday 1973 Model cars of display Here this week the 1973 Model automobiles will go on display Here this week at the Falb motor co. And at Lyngaas Ford Mew Model bricks old Smo Biles Chevrolet and Chevrolet trucks win be shown at Falb motor thursday september 21, there will be free Coffee donuts and favors for everyone. Friday september 22, a line of better idea cars of the Ford motor co. Will be on display at Lyngaas Ford they will serve free Coffee hot dogs and a soft drink. Schedule coffees for mrs. Ellsworth mrs. Ted Ellsworth wife of the Republican candidate Tor second District congressman will visit Postville tuesday september 26. Mrs. Sam Harris chairman of the Postville Republican club will Host a Coffee for mrs. Ellsworth at the Koffee shop from 9 30 to 10 30 am. Interested persons Are cordially invited. Mrs Ellsworth will accompany mrs. Sam Curnow to the ladies luncheon at the Tri Cut Golf club at noon mrs. John Shafer will be hostess to mrs. Ellsworth at a Coffee in Waukon from 2 30 to 3 30 and mrs. John Mendenhall will be hostess to a Coffee at 4 00 . In Lansing. Fra boys attend judging event a judging team composed of Danny White Philo Frey Jim z Ieman and Lyle Shafer participated in a Dairy judging contest at Iowa state University in Ames and a Swine contest in Nevada together with 20 Fra chapters. At Ames september 16, the team sampled milk flavors and judged three classes of holsteins one class Brown Swiss one class Ayrshire and one class Jersey. They were asked questions about the cattle they judged. At Nevada they judged Breeding gilts boars and Market pigs. Buddy poppy Sale to help veterans the vow Post and auxiliary will conduct a buddy poppy Sale on the streets of Postville this thursday Friday and saturday. More than one half of the net proceeds received from the Sale of buddy poppies remain in this Community to meet the Calls from needy veterans. The Post maintains a Relief fluid which is available for local veterans. The balance of the pro -. Needs Are used to help maintain the nationwide rehabilitation service of the organization. Plan Parade crowning and football game the annual Postville High school Homecoming activities will Kickoff Here thursday night with a Snake dance downtown and a Pep rally. Friday afternoon the Parade featuring the class floats will be held in the business District at 3 00 . Prize Money Tor the winning floats is provided by the commercial club. Kickoff time Tor the Homecoming game is 7 45 . At Smith athletic Field with Fayette furnishing the opposition. The Homecoming King and Queen will be crowned during half time ceremonies at the game. Candidates for Homecoming Queen Are Joann Brandt Linda Schlee and Lynn Landsgard. Daryl lands Gard Pete Mohror and Kent Schultz Are the King candidates. Fayette the pirates Homecoming opponent Here Friday will bring an 0-2 record into the game. They lost their season opener to Fredericksburg 30 to 0 and last week were stopped by Elkader 34 to 0, the pirates will bring a 2-0 record into the game having Defeated Waukon and Valley. Pirate coach Don Drahn noted Fayette gave Elkader a Good game despite the score. Elkader did t do much of their scoring until the final Quarter when Fayette appeared to have run out of Gas. Fayette s top ground gainer was fullback Joey Lee al70pounder, with nearly 100 Yards to his credit. Lee and Mark Hubbell a 200 Pound senior led the defense from their linebacker spots. County would receive _ $442,290 in Revenue sharing crop canvass financial Aid totalling $442,290 would be earmarked to local and county governments in Alla Makee county under provisions of the general Revenue sharing Bill which passed the Senate last week the office of u. S. Senator Jack Miller a Iowa reports. The Bill has gone to a Senate House conference committee to Iron out the differences Between the Senate and House versions. Final amounts will be determined during that conference. The breakdown on estimated a mounts to Alla Makee county under the Senate passed Bill includes county $308,427 total of All cities Over 2500 $67,716. Total of All cities under 2500 $66,147. Starts tonight wed., sept. 20 the annual canvass for crop will Start tonight wednesday september 20 and will continue through saturday september 30 in the townships of grand Meadow Bloomfield Frankville Post Franklin Ludlow Makee Jefferson and Union Prairie. Contributions May be made in Corn milk or Cash. The com can be delivered to the Anderson feed Mill in Postville or Waukon before november 1. Transfer slips for milk donations will go to the Creamery where the contributor s milk is sold crop is the Community hunger Appeal of Church world service and it s objective is to collect commodities and funds to support the overseas programs of Church world service funds support work in agricultural and Community development cooperatives family planning and education and Are distributed on the basis of need without regard to race Creed or politics. It serves some 34 countries around the world each year. Any further information May be obtained from the Rev Dick Harberts Postville. Head 1973 membership or. And mrs de Engelhardt Luana studied the farm Bureau Campaign managers membership procedure for the 1973 membership drive wednesday night september 5, As they met with last years Campaign manager Mark Bowman for a briefing on the Job de and his wife Nancy rent 160 acres in grand Meadow township. They milk 70 cows and Farrow about 300 hogs a year which they sell As feeder pigs. They have three children Doreen 11 paul9 and Tim 6. They Are members of the presbyterian Church Postville where de is a trustee and sunday school teacher de is a member of the Dhia Board. The Engelhardt started farm big 5 years ago and joined farm Bureau at that time. He served on the farm Bureau membership committee this year and was a membership Captain in 1971, de believes farm Bureau has Given a real legislative service to both Rural and Urban people. He also believes that our local affairs program has done a tremendous Job representing farm Bureau members on local issues. Quoting directly from de regarding membership i believe that with the total program that is being offered to farm Bureau members we can t help but go Over the top again in 1973. News from the. Good Samaritan Center sunday september 17, the Coffee hour was served by the West Post project club. Chapel was conducted by Hall Roberts. Gifts Flowers from the funeral services of Larry Dundee Inga Larson and Elizabeth Debes. Cookies from Sarah Seeley Susan Koopman Kammy Lein and Robin Livingood first and second Grade girls who made the cookies themselves. Activities the Good Samaritan Center entertained a number of senior citizens from Elgin on Friday. A program was presented and refreshments were served. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday september 20, 21, 22 and 23-Clint Eastwood stars As a detective in dirty rated a sunday monday and tuesday september 24, 25 and 26-"the love machine with John Phillip Law As Robin Stone and Dyan Cannon. Rated r

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