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Postville Herald (Newspaper) - September 27, 1972, Postville, Iowa Postville serving the Jub of the four county area to first year. Postville Iowa wednesday september 27, 1972 pose new projects resource development five new project pro were submitted to the explorer land be source Loument project steer Mittee september 20 eting in Postville. The of proposals submitted Kamakee 10 Howard on la Fayette 1 win-1 and the project Oom-2. To suggested for Alla unto to Date include the love watershed Akee of. Study comm. Refuse disposal Stville Industrial Park to of Postville Iowa celebrated Timber Man ment celebrated land treat it iture improvement w Woodland products to Park improvement w intent housing pm sewer development re station and City Hall it improvement forming arts Center r action Charles col Sion Community re development specialist the Iowa state University department and the agriculture and Rural ent is expecting to joint forester. A prospective was in the project area reviewing the Forest and Rcd activities native efforts of the two ions could greatly Aid Iowa Colvin comment Este acting chairman cd business and in Smittee reported that a is already interested y being made to deter feasibility of a hog g Plant. Members of the steer it tee were announced. Lansing is a member Unity facilities com Neth Grimes West a member of the Agri Smittee i Ralph Fitzgerald an i executive Board has the Date for submitting work plan and request operations funds. This the area eligible for. Is that would not other available to the area. E leers Contact ment office e county area Resi in for employment can be from the Iowa state it service office being " Waukon in conjunction Power Survey is Olio have Job open can also obtain As Sis the temporary edifice being operated on a of the Waukon City y phoning the office number in Waukon is ovary employment of for employment in testing counselling Erral from 1 00 . On tuesday 8 30 . On wednesday a and from 8 30 to Friday. Son manager of the office being operated on with the manpower Nutly underway in Alla to says of dropouts Between is and 22, who Are employed and would Al skill training May Tor Job corps train get information on employment office discharged service eclat by invited to a lives of the services e dates advertised september 30-farm r Adam estate. Post Ank clerk. Dean and neers sept. 30, Leo Wolf Clermont. Lorenz auctioneer Farmers k. Clermont clerk. A. 2, Otto Schweinle a Castalia. Lorenz clone or Ossian state s claimed october 21-farm Les Brainard. Ewing auctioneers. Post no clerk october 21--House--mr, and mrs or chel. Auctioneer an clerk Sluman d auctions. Will hold up a contest Here sat. The annual punt pass and kick contest for youngsters from 8 to 13 will be held Here saturday. The deadline for entering is Friday sept. 29, at Lyngaas Ford. The contest will be held saturday at Smith athletic Field at 2 ._ Braham names commercial club committees Paul Braham newly elected president of the Postville commercial club has named the following committees to represent the club. First person named is chairman of committee. Streets and roads John Falb George Huebner Marvin Chevalier Joe Steele Calvin Moe. Industrial and residential de Kuzelka John Kittleson David Schutte. Trade promotion mrs. Fred Palmquist Wayne Schroeder John Drahos h. E. Anderson Lavem Stumme mrs. Frank Tehel Gayle Ettington Charles Hoth Clarence Tindell mrs. Lyle Sebastian. Membership Francis Buren Ron Taylor Darwin Fritz Durwood Schutta Harry Tyler Niels Boysen Russell Price. Christmas decoration Charles Fishback Francis Hofschulte Frank Tehel Lloyd Schroeder. Entertainment and programs Hall Roberts Boyd Turner James Foster Eldean Drewes Sam Cumrow. Appreciation Day de Kuzelka Leroy dem Darwin Niemann. Juniors float wins first place the Junior class captured first place in this year s Homecoming Parade with their float Well get pm in the the float portrayed opponent Fayette s Cardinal being stabbed with a sword and proved prophetic with the pirates 34 to 0 Victory Over the cardinals. The class received $15.00 in prize Money provided by the Postville commercial club. Still need returns on manpower study the Alla Makee county area resources and manpower study has sailed past the Halfway Mark and appears to be maintaining its momentum on the Way towards meeting the minimum goal set by the Iowa employment Security commission who is assisting the area in undertaking the Survey. We be received Over 1850 returned questionnaires so far says Tom Schulte chairman of the Survey but we have minimum goal of 3,400 to have a Good base for this the results of the Survey will be used to attract new business and Industry to the Alla Makee county area in an Effort to pro vide More and better jobs. Dates set for food stamp sales following Are the dates times and location for food Stamps during the month of october october 3, 4, and 19, court House Waukon 10 00 . To 12 00 noon 12 30 . To 2 00 . October 10, citizens state Bank Postville 10 00 . To 12 00 noon. October 11, Kerndt Brothers savings Bank Lansing 10 30 am to 12 00 noon. October 12, new Alstn savings Bank new Albin 10 30 . To 12 00 noon. October 13, Kerndt Brothers savings Bank harpers ferry 10 00 . To 11 30 am. October 13, Huffman s service station Rossville 1 00 . To 2 00 pm. There will be no certification for Purchase of food Stamps on Sale dates in Waukon. Anyone wishing to apply or be re certified must do so prior to the Date they intend to buy the Stamps. Also please Purchase Stamps at the time they Are sold in your Community. Stan Schroeder Winner of third football contest Stan Schroeder Postville came up with Only one missed game to capture the third week of the football contest. He edged out four other persons who missed two games. Interest ran High this week with an increased number of entries. Games missed the most were the Baylor win Over Missouri Waukon s Victory Over Charles City and Wisconsin s defeat of Syracuse. A Large number also picked Denver to defeat san Diego. Schroeder with Only one game wrong May pick up his winning Check for $5.00 at Anderson s clothing where he registered. Taking second place was David Kropman Postville he had two games missed and was 27 Points off the total Correct score. He registered at the Grill where he May pick up his winnings. Randy Lenth Castalia won third with two wrong and 84 Points off the Correct total score of All 18 games. He registered at Smith insurance where he can pick up his winning Check. David Taylor Postville captured fourth place with two wrong and 139 Points off on the total score. He registered at the Postville state Bank where he May pick up his winnings. Fifth place went to Luke Larson who also missed just two games but was 257 Points off on the total score. He May pick up his Check at Cal & Cora s "66" service and cafe where he entered. A total of 11 other contestants missed just three games. They were Doug Ruckdaschel Scot Foster Dave Fox Joe Duwe Charles bems Craig Friederich and Harry Overeen All of Postville Dennis Rima Strawberry Point Neil ii Walt Fayette and James h. Lenth and Byron Ever Man Castalia. With the Grid season getting into full swing now give the contest a try this week. There Are 18 games to pick plus a total score in this Issue. Sentence couple in Rubendall Case married in court Hayden Jasper Watts Keokuk pleaded guilty to charges of assault with intent to commit a felony and larceny of a motor vehicle before judge Roger f. Peterson thursday september 14, and was sentenced to serve a year at fort Madison on each count. Also charged and heard was Susan Jane Seyb of Keokuk who was sentenced to 30 Days in jail on charge of injuring or tampering with a motor vehicle. She received a suspended sentence. Watts and miss Seyb were married thursday afternoon in the Assembly room of the courthouse by Justice of peace Reginald Walls of Postville following which Watts was taken to fort Madison to begin serving his sentence. Charles Brown Keokuk earlier entered a plea of not guilty and is out on Bond. Howard Burgess Alexander Missouri also entered a not guilty plea requested a percentage Bond but currently remains in the county jail. The Case arose from the assault on Leonard Rubendall in Postville in August and the theft of his automobile. Pirates face West Union Friday night the Postville pirate football team will try to keep its unblemished record against North of West Union there Friday night Postville will take a 2-0 league record into the game compared to North s 0-2. On the surface it would appear Postville has an advantage however North has faced the two conference pre season favourites. They gave Sumner a Good Battle before bowing 15 to 0. Last Friday they played defensive minded of a to a standstill before dropping a 12 to 10 decision. Pirate coach Don Drahn noted North has been showing improvement in each game. They run the belly option series out of a tight to formation and quarterback Tim Weston a 190 Pounder runs the option Well Drahn said. Drahn said he was pleased with the pirate defense in the Fayette game but noted the offence had to be much More consistent. The pirates came through the Fayette game without any injuries and should be a full strength for Friday night. Scouts kiwanis set Candy Sale monday the Postville boy scouts and kiwanis club members will conduct a door to door Candy Sale after school monday october 2, according to an announcement by the Rev Norman Ullestad representative of the kiwanis club. Three types of Candy will be offered and it is especially labelled for the people of the kiwanis club is the sponsoring Agency for the total scout tag program in Postville and funds raised will be used to help support the cub scouts St. Bridget Church to observe 100th birthday St. Bridget Church in Postville will celebrate its 100th birthday with a noon Centennial mass sunday october 8. Archbishop James j. Byrne Dubuque will be the principal co celebrant of the Centennial mass. Father be Tus Hawes former pastor will give the homily. The mass will be followed by a dinner and program in the Parish Hall for parishioners former Parish members and invited guests. Services today for Roger w. Waters services Are being held today wednesday at 1 30 . At the Frankville Community Church Tor Roger w. Waters who died sunday september 24, at his Home near Frankville from an apparent heart attack. The Rev. Keith Kensinger will officiate. Burial will be in the Frankville cemetery. Schutte s is in charge of arrangements. An obituary will appear in next week s Herald. Republican women appoint chairmen the Postville Community Republican women s club met in the Home of mrs. Sam Harris thursday at 8 00 . Mrs Victor Rathje and mrs. Noel Cook were appointed co chairmen of the voter registration canvass in Post township. Mrs. Marvin Chevalier was appointed chairman of a Day for the president october 21. The club has elephant Coffee mugs collectors items available for interested persons. Pool payments due and payable swimming Pool pledges Are due and payable at either local Bank october 1, according to announcement by the Pool committee. The committee requests that All pledges be paid including those due in july that Are still unpaid As obligations and expenses incurred must still be met. Flowers for a Queen Lynn Landsgard is shown expressing her thanks to the student body for their votes which gave her the title of Postville s 1972 Homecoming Queen. Miss Landsgard daughter of the Maurice lands Ards received a bouquet of roses at halftime ceremonies at the Homecoming game Friday night. At the Homecoming dance which followed the game miss Landsgard was crowned As Queen along with Kent Schultz son of the Byron Schultzs who was crowned King. Announce new hours for liquor store the Postville liquor store has announced a change in opening hours in order to keep Pace with other retail businesses. Effective thursday september 28, the store will be open from 12 00 noon to 8 00 .on thursdays. Monday tuesday wednesday Friday and saturday hours will be from 12 00 noon to 6 00 . _ gun club holds shoot sunday the Postville gun club will hold its first shoot of the season Here sunday oct. 1. Shooting will Start at 10 . Aid continue until 5 . Lunch will be available on the grounds. Touchdown dance the pirates Scott o Hara appears to be doing a touchdown dance Over the prostrate form of Fayette s Greg Capell. O Hara had just taken the pass from Kim Landt for the pirates third score of the game. The play covered 11 Yards and the same two connected on the following play for the extra Point conversion. 12 pages two sections number 39 re elect Zieman president of school Board Lyle Zieman was re elected president of the Board of education of the Postville Community schools at the regular Board meeting last monday. Newly elected members Paul Schutte and Leroy Duwe were sworn in. The Board authorized James Nelson High school vocal music instructor to plan with the High school principal an educational weekend tour for vocal music students As an incentive for vocal work. Board members will inspect the roof of the Darling elementary building and decide what should be done about repairs. The Board decided to Divide Money sent the school for supervision of adult education classes Between the supervisor and the head janitor. The proposed Sale of an electric Range and Freezer was deferred pending possible modification of the Freezer for storage. Daryl Bachtell elementary principal and a Board member will plan to attend the teacher evaluation conference in Ames october 26 and 27. Special leaves were granted mrs. Robert Martindale for september 22 and 25 and mrs. Eldon Tucker Tor february 22 through March 5, both to accompany their husbands on trips. The Board decided that the department of Public instruction s Rule that All school employees must have an annual to Check must be enforced october checks will be held until proof is Given that the tests have been made. As Complete physical examinations Are required for employees every other year the Board decided the employee will be repaid up to $8,00 to help cover Cost of the examination including the to test on the year the employee is not required to take a physical the Board will repay the Cost of a to test up to $3.00. Plans were made for Board members and the superintendent to attend the District #3 meeting in West Union tuesday october 3. No application will be made for title i funds this year. 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. Birth. Boy or. And mrs. Joe Duwe Postville september 23. Medical. Leo Floody Castalia september 18. August Burrow Clermont september 18. Frank Schmitz Ossian september 19. Donald Cowell Clermont september 21. Charles King Cedar rapids september 23. H. T. Orr Monona september 23. Arthur Olson Clermont september 23. E m m e 11 Scannell Monona september 23. Surgical. Mrs. John Stavnes Castalia september 21. Discharged. Mrs. Elgie Ferguson september 19. Emmett Scannell september 21. Donald Cowell september 23. Mrs. Clarissa Oxley september 24. Mrs. John Stavnes september 24. Charles King september 24. Arthur Olson september 25. Death. August Burrow Clermont september 25. Deadline near on second half taxes real estate and personal property taxes for the second half of the year become past due and delinquent october 1 at which time a penalty attaches. Taxes May be paid at either Bank in Postville or at the county treasurer s office Waukon. At the theatre wednesday thursday Friday and saturday september 27, 28, 29 and 30 pled Piper starring Rock Donovan rated g. Sunday monday and tuesday october 1, 2 and 3 Sidney James Kenneth Williams Joan Sims and Terry Scott appear in carry on camping. Rated r

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