ture Is for Law Session diaries are over . . . orman Erbe, Lt. Gov. ty and House Speaker n i , a ve nil been sworn . and the legislature ivn to the business at kins laws. bills have already hit VE hoppers. Here's a wn on some of these ucation by Hep. Cha- irc the successful com- rivcr education course cr's license may be is- erson under 18; bang's en. Elijah to provide n of bang's disease that nship or county com- rcments, every owner cattle shall confine :sts, and when 85 per counties present peti- be compulsory for the to 'be a testing area; municipalities by Rep. ovide municipalities into contracts for any ovement costing less without holding a hway commission by aton to increase the mmission from five to ers. one from each con- "strtct; repeal the mon- "its tax by Sen. Shaff gler to reduce the levy one mill on moneys and one mill to pay for the s bonds. lation of laundromats man to allow cities and gulntc the hours "laun- perate; rural residence 'isystem by Rep. Smith to provide for a rural umbering system; ad- income tax by Rep. Ha ovide for a gross income e aid to schools; agri tax credit by Senators "ore to pay the agricul ax credit in full and to payment over 20 mills •present 15 mills; live ff by Rep. Hagie to es untary livestock check venue to be used for f Iowa livestock prod off to be 10 cents per le, five cents for calves, s and swine: abolish- ".apital punishment by en, too, there has been ills to reapportion the ture. ty Commlssoner. Norman A. Erbe, Boone has submitted the L rl Pesch for confirma- sfate senate as Iowa issioner. The 31-year- an assistant attorney n Erbe headed the state .If approved by the sen- succeed Donald Stat. Democrat, who has re- ate safety commissioner, s the governor's first it requires two-thirds the senate. As an as- ncy general he was as- e department of public later to the board of GOP Post, doah man, Robert Ty- n named executive sec e Remtblican s^ate cen tee. Tyson, 36, received approval of the state mittee for the newly ition. mcster System. board of regents has I lbs down on the trimes- year-arourid operation a system is not suit- wa's three major insti- higher learning. The of the three schools the long summer trim- suited for public school king additional training, is poor calendar co-ordi- h elementary and sec- iionis used for student ~e trimester system the ided into three semesters each, instead of -the two semesters a year. ISF.A Post. rinlendent of schools at John W. Harold, has nted executive secretary £n State Education As- ffective in July. He will •nartes Martin who will Bryan, head of vocation- n at Iowa State Univer- es, had been named to arlier, however, he later ~r "prsonal reasons." HutloTv Projects, board of health has ap- allocation of $914,000 in ds for 10 pollution con- Is in Iowa. A total of was considered. Fed- are allotted, for 30 per cost of the project with $250,000 and the com- aying the remainder of The allotments were: Bluffs, $250,000 for a new atment plant on the Miser to cost an estimated Adel, $62,400 for a sew- ent plant on the Raccoon •ost an estimated $210,000; ty. $250,000 or replace"wage treatment plant on hago River; Tipton, $73,enlargement of sewage plant on the Crooked ost an estimated $246,000; . $104,480, Bn enlargement treatment plant on the to cost an estimated Forest City, $55,800, an °t of sewage treatment the Winnebago river to stimated $180,000; Aiton r replacement of a sew- ent plant on 12 mile ost an estimated $43,328; 22,162, for replacement of reatment plant on the e r to cost an estimated enox, $17,214, for replace- ewage treatment plant on nued on Page Eight) Official Newspaper for Allamakee County and the Town of Postville POSTVILLE HERALD A LIVE NEWSPAPER IN A LIVE TOWN Sixty-Ninth Year. POSTVILLE, IOWA, WEDNESDAY, JANUARY 25, 1961. Number 13. Fire Whistle To Start March 0( Dimes Drive 6:30 Tonight Is Time Set For House-to-House Canvass Here In Postville A blast of the fire whistle tonight (Wednesday'),'at 6:30 p. m., will start the 1901 March of Dimes house-to-house canvass in Postville. The fire siren will sound at (1:30 starting solicitors on their way. Everyone who expects to contribute is urged to have a porchlight burning which will invite solicitors to call. Porch lights or front window j lights should be left on until a solicitor calls. Calls will be made between 6:30 and 8:00 p. m. The committee in charge of the new March of Dimes includes: Mrs. H. H. Douglass, Catherine Staadt, Mrs. Truman Overeen. Mrs. Loren Meyer, Mrs. Edward Kozelka. Mrs. Leo Ball and Mrs. Charles Fishback. Farmers Banquet To Re Held Here Thursday, Feb. 9th The annual Farmers Banquet, sponsored by the Postville Commercial Club for all farmers residing in this area, will be held at the all purpose room of the Postville grade school on Thursday, February 9, starting with a 6:30 dinner. Speaker for the occasion will be John K. Minnoch of Chicago, one of America's best humorists and a business speaker whose specialty is farm groups. Subject of his talk will be "Sense and Nonsense." All farmers of the Postville community arc invited to attend this banquet. School Receives Reimbursement The Postville Community Schools recently received a warrant from the Department of Public Instruction for $887.36 as n payment of funds under Title III of the National Defense Act. This represents one half of (he cost of equipment purchased by the school under this act. The school will still receive in addition partial reimbursement for the salary of the guidance director and also payment for some items of equipment that were received late. During the 1959-1960 school year the Postville Schools received $905.30 reimbursement from this act. The $887.30 recently received represents 50 per cent of the cost of the equipment purchased. The reimbursement received was for the various programs as follows: Junior-senior high — Language SI 1.10. Mathematics $115 .93. Science $367.91, elementary science $3fl2.42. In addition to laboratory equipment many library books in the field of science and mathematics were purchased under this program. Allamakee — Fayette AREA BRIEFS Clayton — Winneshiek Honor Roll For PHS Announced For Semester Monona Youths Injured In Wreck A one car accident about 11:15 p. m. two and one half miles east of Postville on the Hardin Road resulted in injuries to seven of nine youths from Monona riding in one car and complete loss of the car. A 1951 Studebaker driven by Richard D. Koehn. 17, Monona, missed the curve at the bridge on the Hardin road, flew across the crock and struck the bank on the opposite side. Injured were: Koehn. driver, fractured left foot and facial lacerations; Earl Bothcl, 17. Monona, fractured left knee, face and head lacerations: Ronald Engelhardt 18, Froelich. fractured right wrist; facial lacerations: Duane Scheffert, 17. Monona, loose teeth and bruises; j Bill Wiethorn. 15. Monona, bruises; James Rose. 18. Monona, fractured right ankle: Donald Voss. 17, Monona, bruises. Donald Bernhard, 15, and William Rose. 15, both of Monona, were not injured. Withdraws Application. WAUKON — Word has been received here from the Iowa Commerce commission stating that the Milwaukee road has withdrawn its application to change local railroad service. A hearing on the matter, which was of vital interest to Waukon and Allamakee county, had been set for Thursday, January 26. It will not be held. Chanse Store Hours. STRAWBERRY POINT — Effective February 3, the stores in Strawberry Point will change their "open" night from Saturday night to Friday night. This move is in accordance with one that has grown rapidly throughout the State of Iowa in the past few years until now Strawberry Point is one of the only towns in the area with stores open on Saturday nights instead of Friday nights. Special Election. ELKADER — A special election has been called by the Clayton County Board of Education to be held on January 30, to determine whether or not there shall be a reorganization of the Central Community and Volga school districts into one. Pastor Transferred. McGREGOR — The Rev. Francis Phelan, pastor of St. Mary's Catholic Church in McGregor for the past 11 years, will leave the parish and community next month, it was learned Wednesday. He will be assigned to the Eagle Grove, Iowa, parish, effective Wednesday, Febru ary 8. No successor has been named for St. Mary's. Rites Held For Kenneth Kerr, Kenneth J. Kerr, son of Charles \ and Annie Dodge Kerr, was born October 10. 1896. on a farm two and one-half miles southwest of Postville in Fayette county. Sale Dates Rep. W. M. Hagen Given Assignments Walter R. Hagen of Waterville, state reoresentative from Allamakee county, has begun his legislative duties with the fifty-ninth general assembly in Des Moines. His residence in Des Moines is the Y. M. C . A. Committee assignments are: Soil conservation, ranking member; rjij ^g' Schools, Libraries, State Education- Saturday. February -4— Complete dairy herd dispersal sale of the F.. L. Dean herd at farm south r! Postville. Mayhew Eaten, auctioneer, Cifi7 .cns State Bank, clerk. Iowa Caught In Big Deep Freeze Iowa has been the comer of a cold high pressure system for the past five days that has seen readings topple to marks well below the zero mark. Readings Saturday, Sunday and Monday morning were 10 degrees below zero; the mercury skidded to 14 below Tuesday morning; and rose slightly this mornin below. Cold weather remains in the forecast, however, with readings of 10 to 15 degrees below normal for the next five days. There were snow flurries on several occasions but porrinitation during the period was light, is being driven deep in: ground now as there is no cover. to eight Frost the Speech Contest Here Saturday The preliminary speech contest of the Iowa State Speech contest will be held in the high school building on Saturday. January 28. Nine schools will be participating in this contest. They arc: Guttcn-j berg, Gutfenberg St. Mary's, Garnavillo, Eikader, Lansing-Eastern Allamakee, Lansing St. George, McGregor, Monona and Postville. There will be (wo speech centers. One will be in the high school gymnasium, and the other in room 37. The program in the gymnasium will be as follows: Original oratory 8:00-9:20, extemporaneous speaking 9:20-10:05, interpretive reading (poetry) 10:15-11:45, radio speaking 1:00-2:00, interpretive reading (prose) 2:00-3:30, oratorical decla- "";00, one-act plays The program in room 37 w follows: Dramatic declamation farm has been in (he family since 1851. It was homesteaded from the government by Mr. Kerr's forefathers. Kenneth Kerr spent his entire life on this farm. He passed away January 18, 1961 at the Postville Community Hospital. Tn Army. Kenneth Kerr enlisted in the United States Army from Ames, for a period of two years during World War I. Most of this time was spent in France during the war. He also served in the Army of Occupation until 1919 when he came home and took up farming with his father on the home place. On October 20. 1926 Kenneth Kerr was married to Joyce Turner at Postville. Kenneth Kerr was preceded in death by his parents: one sister, Helen: and two brothers, George and Malcolm. Surviving arc his wife; four daughters, Mrs. Gilbert Livingood (Dorothy > of Postville, Mrs. Roger Avers (Marjoriel. of Montezuma. Mrs. Willard Meycrhoff CGeralriinel of Waterloo. Mrs. Roy Evans (Peg- ; gyl of Sherman Oaks, California: snuw '"" !;; ' C ' -K 0 ''" Kerr and Donald * " Kerr, both of Postville: one sister. Mis. Kate Benson of State Center; 1.') grandchildren; and numerous I nieces and nephews Kenneth Kerr was a member of (he American Legion for 41 years held membership in the Farm Bureau for 35 years. At the time of his death he was township trustee; nnd until January 1. 1961. County Holstein president, director of the State Holstein Association and director of Dairy Improvement Association. He was past-president of Postville Creamery, former county president of Soil Commissioners which he helped to organize in 1936. The Hols'tein-Friesian Association of America awarded him the Progressive Breeders' Award for the years 1954, 1955, 1958 and 1959. In order to qualify as a Progressive Breeder he had to produce butlerfat above the breed average, must have bred and raised 90 per cent of his herd, and must .<> cr.nvrd over 81 per cent al Institutions: Public Utilities, Telephone, Telegraph and Express; Roads and. Highways: Fish and Game; and Public Health and Pharmacy. 4-H CLUB SEES SLIDES ON CANADA Slides on the 4-H Canadian trip taken in July, were shown by David Schierholz at the annual potluck supper of the Grand Meadow Go-Getters held January 16, at the Cora B. Darling Elementary School. Eighty members and their families were present. Basketball games were played by the members for recreation. The next meeting will be the activity meeting which will be held on February 20. instead of the usual night. Myra Heins, reporter. Wendel Is Named County Treasurer Art Wendel of Waukon. a deputy in the office, has been named as Allamakee County Treasurer by the Board of Supervisors to fill the un expired term of Leon Henderson, who resigned last week. Wendel will serve from March 1, 1961 through December 31, 1962 under the appointment. Henderson turned in his resignation last week and will begin his duties as a state examiner working out of the office of the state auditor. mation 3:30-6:00, one-act 7:00-9:00. The program in room 37 will be as follows: Dramatic declamation 8:00-11:45, humorous 1:00-4:50, nnd public address 4:50-5:15. The following is a list of the Postville students and the division in which they will be participating. Jan Martins, Oratorical Declamation; Sharon Brown, Valerie Luhman, and Judy Masonhall, Dramatic Declamation; Pam Eder, Richard Berg, and Gail Kozelka, Humorotis Declamation; Martha Bronson, Kaye Cook, and Becky LaVelle, Interpretive Reading, Poetry; Marilyn Steele, Extemporaneous Speaking. The Postville one-act play will be "Antic Spring." The cast will consist of Marilyn Steele, Valerie Luhman, Kaye Cook, Richard Berg, Jerry Trudo, and Dick Falb. Rites Held For Carrie Hughes have scored over 81 per cent on herd classification. Kenneth Kerr had served as an elder in the Community Presbyterian Church of which he was a member. Funeral services were held at the Community Presbyterian Church, Friday, January 20, at 2:00 p. m. with the Rev. Walter T. Martin in charge of the rites. Burial was in the Postville cemetery. The American Legion conducted military services at the grave. $510.50 Collected In Seal Sale Here Gross income in the 1960 Christmas seal sale in the town of Postville amounted to $540.50; according to Mrs. H. E. Roberts ,town campaign chairman. Mrs. Roberts has expressed her appreciation to all those who purchased seals and to all who helped in the drive. Funeral services were held at the Frankville Community Church on Wednesday afternoon, January 18, for Mrs. Carrie Hughes, who passed away January 16 at Postville Hospital after a few days of illness. The Rev. Robert Reynolds officiated. Burial was in Frankville cemetery. Carrie Hughes, daughter of John and Rachel Davis French, was born August 20, 1880 near Frankville. She died at Postville Hospital January 16, 1961 at the age of 80 years. She was married to Irvin Hughes on January 11, 1903 at Decorah. She lived her entire life in the Frankville community. She is survived by a son, Clifford; and a grandson, David of Decorah, whom she raised from infancy; a grandson, Dick Hughes and seven great-grandchildren. Her husband, Irvin, died three years ago. She was also preceded in death by her parents; three sisters; and one brother. Those attending the services from a distance were: Mr. and Mrs. Earl Bennett and Mr. and Mrs. Loren Snitker, of Lansing; Mr. and Mrs. J. E. Kneeskern of Waukon; Mr. and Mrs. Ruben Monroe of Castalia; Mr. and Mrs. Melvin McConnell of Bluffton; Mr. and Mrs. Herschel Lennon Mrs. John Snitker and Mrs. Ida Felke, Mr. and Mrs. Archie CraD tree, and Clarence Crabtree, all of Decorah. Honor roll students for the second nine weeks of school, and for the first semester were announced this week by the Postville school. Listed are "A" and! "B" students in grades seven! through 12. Following is a list of the honor roll students: Seniors. Second nine weeks A roll—Valerie Luhman. Second nine weeks B roll—Neil Adam, Richard Falb, Carol Flack, Mary Frese, Nancy Helgerson, Gail Kozelka, Karen Lawson, Vera Paulson, Kathleen Pixler, Katherine Schmidt, Sharon Schultz, David Smith, Ellen Stee, Marilyn Steele, J. D. Thoreson, Linda Welzel, Marilyn Wickham, Allyn Wirkler and John Wittenberger. First semester A roll — Valerie Luhman. First semester B roll—Neil Adam, Martha Bronson, Richard Falb, Carol Flack, Mary Frese, Nancy Helgerson, Gail Kozelka, Karen Lawson, Vera Paulson, Kathleen Pixler, Katherine Schmidt, Jan Schroeder, Sharon Schultz, David Smith, Marilyn Steele, J. D. Thoreson, Linda Welzel, Allyn Wirkler and John Wittenberger. Juniors. Second nine weeks B roll—Fame- la Albright. Margo Cassell, Bonnie Klemme, Marilyn Kurth, Judy Masonhall, Mark Miene, Barbara Schultz, Ann Schutte. Lavon Schutte, Mary Sherbonda. Richard Thoreson and Jean Van Wey. First semester B roll—Pamela Albright, Bonnie Klemme, Marilyn Kurth, Judy Masonhall. Mark Miene. Barbara Schultz, Ann Schutte, Lavon Schutte, Mary Sher bonda. Richard Thoreson and Jean Van Wey. Sophomores. Second nine weeks A roll—Luann Koenig and Jennifer Overland. Second nine weeks B roll—Charlene Adam, Robert Berg, Dianne Brainard, Evelyn Friederich, Alice Goeke. Dale Green. Janeen Lawson, Judy Livingood. Linda Pape, Larry Snitker, Cletus Wander, Joy Waters, Mark Zieman and David Luebka. First semester A roll — Jennifer Overland. First semester B roll — Charlene Adam. Robert Berg, Dianne Brainard. Ev.elyn Friederich, Sharon Gordon. Dale Green, Jennifer Harris, Luann Koenig, Janeen Lawson, Judy Livingood. Linda Pane. Larry Snitker, Cletus Wander. Joy Watei-s and Mark Zieman. Freshmen. Second nine weeks B roll—Lyle Bachelder, Ann Berns, Lowell Carlson. Rex Carlson, Elsie Marting, Ronnie Miller, Jeffrey Overland. Dianne Ponsar, Lois Radloff, Kenneth Schroeder,' Barbara Tinker, Stanley Waters and Janice Wittenberger. First semester B roll—Lyle Bachelder. Lowell Carlson, Rex Carlson, Ronnie Miller. Jeffrey -Overland, Dianne Ponsar, Lois Radloff. Kenneth Schroeder, Stanley Waters and Janice Wittenberger. Eighth Grade. Second nine weeks B roll—Ann Christofferson, Dennis Friederich, Mark Haltmeyer, Ronald Hughes. Renee Knieht, Terri Lammert. Christine Miene, Marcine Morch, Connie Olson. Karen Ruroden, Allen Schneider, Sue Schroeder and Harlan Stee. First semester B roll — Ann Christofferson, Dennis Friederich, Ronald Hughes. Renee Knight, Christine Miene, Sue Schroeder and Harlan Stee. Seventh Grade. Second nine weeks B roll—Mark Bronson, Billy Burling, Mary Kiesau, Dianne Kneeskern, Sandra Kruger, Benny Martindale, Mary Beth Meyer, Nancy Steva, Terry Stumme, Bruce Turner and Julie Winter. First semester B roll — Mark Bronson, Billy Burling, Terry Hale, Mary Kiesau, Dianne Kneeskern, Sandra Kruger, Benny Martindale, Barbara Masonhall, Mary Beth Meyer, Phillip Smith, Nancy Steva, Terry Stumme, Bruce Turner and Julie Winter. County Exceeds Quota For 1960 Savings Bonds Sales of United States savings bonds in Allamakee county during 1960 reached a total of $1,060,176 for 103 per cent of its annual quota. • F. C. O'Riley, Waukon, volunteer county chairman of the savings bonds program, said that letters of congratulations had been received from Marvin M. Schmidt, volunteer state chairman, and Glenn L. Ingle, state director of the savings bonds program, asking that all organizations and individuals, who helped the county attain its quota, be thanked for making this record possible. The chairman expressed confidence that this county would do even better in 1961—the 20th anniversary year of the savings bonds program. Iowa's total sales for 1960 were $137,455,141 for 89 per cent of the year's goal. Total 1960 sales of E and H bonds, and per cent of quotas reached, are shown for other counties in this area: Clayton county, $1,667,065, 102 per cent; Fayette, $1,501,513, 84 per cent; and Winneshiek, $1,483,811, 111 per cent. At The Theatre Thursday, Friday and Saturday, January 26, 27 and 28—Walt Disney's Jungle Cat, new true life adventure feature. Saturday, January 28 — Midnight show, "Curse of the Demon" starring Dana Andrews. Sunday, Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday, January 29, 30, 31 and February 1 — "Hell to Eternity" starring Jeffrey Hunter, David Janssen, Vic Damone and Patricia Owens. NEWS FROM . . . Those In THE SERVICE New Hospital Supplement A Part Of Herald Pictures And Stories Give A Full Account; Given Wide Circulation You are invited to read the special Community Memorial Hospital supplement which is included as section 2 in this issue of the Herald. The supplement contains information concerning the hospital open house and dedication this weekend, a history of the start of the hospital in Postville, information leading to the start of a hospital building program, sketches and facts- concerning the new hospital and its staff, and messages from builders and advertisers of the community who supported the distribution of the supplement. The supplement contains 15 pictures of the building. There are: two outside pictures, one of the front and one of the back. Inside there are pictures of the nursery, a single room, a double room, four- bed maternity ward, children's; room, chapel, employee's dining room, two views of the lobby, operating room, X-ray room, central sterile room, and the nurse's station and patient room hallway. Wide Distribution. The hospital supplement is being mailed to each subscriber of the Postville Herald along with the regular paper. In addition the supplement is being sent to the area served by the hospital, as follows: Monona town and routes. Luana town and routes, St. Olaf town and routes, Farmersburg town and routes. Elgin town and routes, Clermont town and routes, and Castalia town and routes. For full information concerning, the hospital open house and dedication, read the hospital supplement enclosed as section two of the Postville Herald. SJ Graduated Great Lakes (FHTNC)—Ernest R. Osland. of Waterville, was graduated from recruit training, January 14, at the Naval Training Center, Great Lakes, Illinois. The graduation exercises, marking the end of nine weeks of "boot camp", included a full dress parade and review before military officials and civilian dignitaries In nine weeks of instruction, the "raw recruit' is developed into a Navy Bluejacket with the fleet. ***** $3 ,614 Collected In Cancer Drive IA New Address The new address of Harry Waters is as follows: Harry G. Waters AN 50-51-70. Class 61-03 AE "A", Tesla Dormitory, N. A. S. NATTU, Jacksonville 13, Florida. A total of $3,614.92 was collected in 1960 in Allamakee county for 1960, according to a report issued this week by Mrs. Roy Schorg, Monona, Allamakee county cancer drive chairman. The town drive netted Sl.728.34: the township drive raised $1,196.58: memorials amounted to $595.00; and other sources added S95.00. Town totals were as follows: Postville. $454.17: Waukon. $452.55: New A1 b i n, $154.65; Rossville. $34.00; Waukon businesses. $221.50: Waterville. S50.22: Harpers Ferry, ready "for dutyj$42.10; Lansing. S318.55. Townshins in this area contributed as follows: Franklin. $99.05: Ludlow. S126.50; Post, $127.88: Jefferson, $72.00. Cook Is Candidate For A Fellowship Iowa City—Forty-eight Iowa college seniors who are candidates for Woodrow Wilson Fellowships were interviewed last week in Cedar Rapids', announced Russell G. Whiteseal, State University of Iowa professor and regional chairman of the Wilson Foundation. Candidates for fellowships from the Postville area include: Gary A. Cook, who is a senior at Drake University, Des Moines. - Plan TB Case Finding Program A tuberculosis case finding program, being planned for the schools of Allamakee county is sponsored and paid for by the Allamakee County Tuberculosis and Health Association, with the advise and assistance of the Allamakee County Medical Society, the Iowa State Department of Health, and the Iowa Tuberculosis and Health Association. All pupils and adult personnel of public and private schools in Alia makee county may have the skin test. Families which wish to have the test administered to their chil dren will sign the form requesting the tuberculin test and X-ray. Only those pupils whose parents or guardians have signed the request form will be given the test. If a school child's test is positive, it docs not mean that he has tuberculosis, but only that some germs have entered his body. If the child's health is good, his body .usually keeps those germs from doing any damage. However, he should have a chest X-ray to be sure that no damage has been done. A school child usually has had few close personal contacts outside his own family. Following the completion of the school program, registered nurses will make home visits and encourage all possible contacts to also have the tuberculin test. Following this, the state mobile X-ray equipment will be brought to Allamakee county and all positive reactors will 'be given a chest X-ray. Pirates Move Up In Standings The Postville Pirates moved up> from a second division team to a contender in the Upper Iowa Conference race the past week by defeating league-leading Maynard. 50 to 32, in a home contest last Friday evening. The Pirates jumped to a 13 to 6- first quarter lead and were never headed after that. Postville held a 26 to 17 halftime margin;, moved to a 40 to 22 third Deriod lead; and won easily 50 to 32. Ron Trudo led the Pirate scoring with 20 points: Bender was high for West Central with 16. The Pirates will travel to West Union this Friday. January 27, for another league contest. Box Score. Postville FG FT P Miene Heins Engelhardt Thoreson Trudo Falb 0 11 0 Wirkler 5 Ample Parking Is Provided For All There will be ample parking for patrons and employees of the new hospital. Paved parking on the front, side, rear and across the road will accommodate 50 cars. The grounds around the hospital have been graded and leveled and were seeded last fall. All parking areas are of concrete. Graveside Rites For Leon a Schoonmaker Leona Schoonmaker Snyd.er daughter of Mr. and Mrs. Nelson Schoonmaker, was born in Frankville, February 6, 1900 and passed away Sunday, January 22. 1961, in the Linn county home. She is survived 'by one sister, Elma Meeker; and one brother, Ezra Schoonmaker, both of Frankville. Graveside service was held Tues day, January 24, in the Frankville Cemetery conducted by the Rev W. T. Martin. Totals 21 8 12 Maynard 12 8 10 Reserves Win. In the preliminary game,- the Postville reserves won, 57 to 27. Berg led the Pirate scoring with 21 points. Defeat Monona. The Pirates downed M-F-L of Monona on Tuesday of last week, 54 to 46. Monona took a first quarter lead of 7 to 5; the scor^ at half was-tied at 18 each; Postville moved to a 35 to 29 third period lead; and . went on to win, 54 to 46. Box Score. Postville FG FT P Miene 4 12 Heins 4 5 3 Engelhardt 3 14 Thoreson 0 0 1 Trudo 9 0 1 Hangartner 0 0 1 Falb 2 12 Larson 10 0 Totals 23 8 14 Monona 17 12 13 Reserves Win. In the preliminary game Postville reserves won 49 to 24. Richard Schupbach was high with 10 points.
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