Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 1, 1961 · Page 10
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10 POSTVILLE Uowa) HERALD Wednesday, February 1, 1961 j jUlUltlllMIMiniltHIIIIMlllllMIIIMtlllllltllltllltltlli^ £ : I 2c 1 i I See It | I by I | C. W. D. | ^tttmimimmiiiiiitiMimtii IHIIIIIIIIIIIIMIHH' The open house and dedication of the new Community Memorial Hospital was held under near perfect weather conditions the past weekend and the turnout for the event was most gratifying to everyone who had a part in the project. In a small community we expect cooperation from individuals and groups in promoting a community affair but the overall community spirit that was present at the open house was beyond what was even hoped for. Hospital officials, employees, and town council members banded together in a successful effort in promoting this new area unit for the care of the sick. The volunteer help was again the grease that turned the wheels smoothly. The women of the area, under the direction of the Hospital Auxiliary, baked thousands of j cookies and served coffee and cookies to the viewers. The kitchen chores alone for this band of women was a job in itself. Over 70 men studied the hospital plans, attended briefing sessions, and then conducted tours through the hospital. These men came from the town of Postville, surrounding towns, and from the rural areas. Their job was well done. The medical staff gave of their time both days in explaining the more technical rooms in the operating corridor. Wives of the medi-j cal staff served as greeters at the door. The mechanical superintendent had his own staff of volunteers to explain the heating and cooling system. Organists provided beautiful music from the chapel organ. One of the coldest jobs—but one well done—was the supervision of parking done by volunteers of the fire department. These men did a wonderful job of traffic control. The men who acted as door keepers also helped in many other ways aiding other units who needed their assistance. And. there were many others who helped. All in all. it was truly an area effort in which cooperation was the key word to success. Tour guides reported several amusing antidotes. As one tour approached the maternity corridor, a little boy pulled on his dad's sleeve and asked. "Is this where they make the babies?" Another tour guide was showing the pre-delivery room when a woman questioned his pronunciation asking if he had called it the Free delivery room. A prankster filled in a registration card giving his name as Elvis Presly of Kentucky and in the comment lines, wrote "swingy". across icy streams, through briar bushes, under barbed wire and up ati almost vertical hill. "Well soldier," said the Sergeant, when the run was completed, "what do you think now of being a Marine?" "Shucks, Sarge," said the hillbilly recruit, "I ain't even puffing . . . where I comes from we go through country like that just to get to the barn." Medical Staff Of New Hospital Postville Matmen Pin Waukon, 36-11 Postville wrestlers by securing six pins to go along with two decisions scored a 36-11 victory over Waukon in a dual meet held at the Waukon gym. Waukon started well with conference champion Gayle Evans one minute fall over Stan Broadwater, a freshman who is making his varsity debut for Postville. This was immediately followed with Dirk Winkies 5-0 decision over Jim Bursell that allowed Waukon to jump off to a 8-0 team score lead. Jim Lenth after leading by a 6-2 margin at the end of the first period continued to press Gerald Meyer for a fall and finally succeeded with a cradle with 3:01 gone in the match. Jerry Trudo then used a second period switch to reverse Waukon's Ron Mauss to lake a 2-0 lead, Trudo added one more point with a third period predicament to win by a 3-0 score. Jim Lenth's pin and Trudo's decision enabled Postville to tie Waukon 8-8 in the team scores at this stage of the meet. At 127 pounds Les 'Lenth leading 4-0 secured a fajl with just four seconds remaining in the match. Captain John Wittenberger, had the scare of his life before scoring a takedown and predicament good for three points and a narrow 7-6 win over Waukons strong boy. Willis Livingood. Larry Snitker theri started an avalanche of falls for the Pirates in winning by a fall in the 138 pound class. Snitker's pin in 5:30 seconds was the first of four consecutive falls. Dave Schmelzer followed Snitkers pin with a 5:38 second job on Ron Fish. Dave Smith and Tom McNally then followed with identical falls both coming in 20 seconds. In the final match of the evening, freshman Bob Brainard wrestling his first varsity match, lost a decision to Waukon heavyweight, Jay Eaton. The match closed out the varsity meet with Postville leading 36-11. In the reserve matches Postville also won by a 26-7 margin. Winners for Postville included Curt Helium. Bob Bollman, Ted McNally, Denny Meyer, Frank Wickham and Dave Schierholz. Jim Halverson wrestled to a 4-4 draw. Losing for Postville was Ron Miller. Team Results. Pictured above are the members of the medical staff of the new Community Memorial Hospital who were present at the dedication program at the school last Saturday evening. From left to right, they are: Dr. M. F. Kiesau, Postville; Dr. Richard Kettelkamp, Monona; Dr. H. H. Wolf, Elgin: Dr. E. G. Kettelkamp, Monona; and Dr. Russell H. Palmer, Postville. Dr. I. C. Jerdee, Clermont, was unable to be present at the program. Postville Herald photo. BIG-FOUR BOWLING ASSOCIATION American League Won Lost .69 19 j Ninety-five lbs. Gayle Evans W * • • • • ! pinned Stan Broadwater P 1:00: 103 The question heard now is. what ! ibs. Dirk Winkie W dec. Jim Buris going to hapDen to the old hospi- j sell P 5-0; 112 lbs. Jim Lenth P tal. We don't have the answer to j pinned Gerald Meyer W 3:01; 120 this yet— it is the property of the I lu s. Jerry Trudo P dec. Ron Mauss town through its hospital board. | w 3-0; 127 lbs. Les Lenth P pinned Those who believe it might be used j Mike O'Hare W 5:56; 133 lbs. 'John - - - -- Wittenberger P dec. Willis Livingood W 7-6; 138 lbs. Larry Snitker P pinned Gordon Anderson W 5:30: 145 lbs. Dave Schmelzer P pinned Ron Fish W 5:38; 154 lbs. Dave Smith P pinned Harlan Yohe W :20; 165 lbs. Tom McNally P pinned Dave Hahn W :20; Hwt. Jay Eaton W decisioned Bob Brainard P 9-0. as an old folks home are doing a little wishful thinking, though, ss the state department of health has already turned thumbs down on such a suggestion. A two story wood structure is too much of a fire hazard, they say. Farmers, plan now to be guests of the Commercial Club for the annual Farmers Banquet on Thursday evening. February 9. The speaker for the occasion is really a down to j earth humorist and the program should be enjoyed bv all. The raw recruits were runnin •the obstacle course, over PHYSICS SUPPORT Federal support of research by The State University of Iowa physics department through grants and contracts has grown steadily in recent years, reaching nearly a half- million dollars for the current aca- rocks, j demic year. ANNOUNCEMENT I am doing my apprentice Bartering under Paul Lester in the former Harrington Barber Shop. RODNEY LIVINGOOD. Anderson's Drahn Implement 67 21 , Meadow Gold 66 22 Olson's Diamonds 50 38 Hi-Way Lanes 49 39 Ky's Clothing 46 42 Groth Packing 44 44 Marianna Propane 44 44 Walnut Grove 42 46 Citizens State Bank 41H 46& Hall Roberts* Son 41 47 R. E. A 33 55 Willman Real Estate 33 55 Frankville 31% 56^ Hygrade 28 60 Postville Faculty 19 69 Anderson's 4,—R. E. A., 0 Meadow Gold, 4—Faculty, 0 Walnut Grove, 4—Willman, 0 Hi-Way Lanes, 3—Groth, 1 Olson's, 3—Marianna Propane. 1 Hall Roberts', 3—Drahn Imp., 1 Hygrade, 3—Ky's Clothing. 1 Citizens Bank, 2—Frankville, 2. High series—Keith Brainard. 659; Carlton Martins, 629: Eugene Doerring, 615; Leonard Thoma, 606; Elmer Erb, 600; Gene Cahoon, 598; Harold Peck, 592. High lines—Keith Brainar.d. 257 Carlton Martins, 236; Gene Cahoon. 235; Roger Henkes. 233; Winfield Masonhall, 231: Al Fenske, 230; Merle Cook, 230; Fred Martin, 227; Eugene Doerring, 225; LeRoy Thompson, 222; William Schultz, 222-221; Eldo Kugel, 217: William Kozelka, 217; Donald Hall, 216. —Leonard Thoma. secretary. Carlton Martins, 575: Marvin Kruse, 575: George Wolters, 575; Keith Mohs, 575. High lines—Dwaine Wolters, 234215; Harold Preuss, 220; Roland Loftsgard, 218; Robert Smith. 218; Carlton Martins. 217; Marvin Kruse. 217; Ed Kublitz, 214; Harley Thompson, 213; William Kozelka, 213; George Wolters, 213; Harley Radloff, Jr., 213; Vern Kaiser, 211. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. National League Hy-Line 67 Don's Jewelry 60 Kneeskern Mink Farm 46 Ossian 39 Lange's Sports 38 Postville Lumber 36 Castalia 34 Heidelberg 32 Kneekern's, 4—Ossian, 0 Heidelberg, 3—Hy-Line. 1 Don's, 3—Lange's Sports. 1 Postville Lumber, 2—Castalia, 2. High series—Donald Heins. 622: Harold Peck, 607; Carlton Martins. 606; Richard Schlee, 595; Eugene Doerring, 594. High lines—Laurence Hofcr, 233; Carlton Martins, 232; Robert En- yarl. 231: Jack Hager, 227; Donald Heins, 227-219; Harold Peck. 224; Eugene Doerring, 211; Richard Schlee, 211; LaVern Johnson. 210. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. Pirates Trounce North High 4 (-0 1 Town and Country League # * * « * Trojan's Hy-Bred 57 30M; Gunder D.-X 57 31 Ossian 50»* 37',4 Halvorson's Insurance 50Y< 37 4 Wirkler Bros 494 384 Hi-Way Lanes 46 42 New York Life 46 42 Schave Garage 454 424 Postville State Bank 444 434 G. & M. Transfer 434 444 Luana Co-op 42 46 Riverside Garage 39 49 Frank's Recreation 384 494 Taylor's Sinclair 32 56 Schroeders Clothing 30 4 574 Farm Bureau Insurance ....294 584 Hi-Way Lanes, 4—Taylor's, 0 New York Life, 3—State Bank, 1 Trojan's, 3—Wirkler Bros., 1 'Ossian, 3—Riverside, 1 Halvorson's Ins., 3—G. & M., 1 Schave Garage, 3—Luana Coop., 1 D.-X., 3—Schroeders, 1 Frank's, 3—Farm Bureau Ins., 1. High series—Harold Preuss, 622; Dwaine Wolters, 607; Karl Schroeder, 580; Dwayne Lubbers, 577; Church League ***** Monona E. U. B 66 22 Church Bowlers 53 35 Farmersburg Lutheran 51 37 Monona Lutheran 51 37 Postville Lutheran A 474 404 Luana Lutheran B 424 454 Farmersburg B 39 49 Luana Lutheran A 39 49 Castalia Lutheran 39 49 Gunder Lutheran 39 49 Clermont Lutheran 36 52 Postville Lutheran B 25 63 E. U. B., 4—Farmersburg B„ 0 Gunder Lutheran. 4—Luana L., 0 Luana L. A., 3—Clermont L.. 1 Postville L. A., 3—Postville L., 1 Farmersburg L.. 3—Church B., 1 Monona L., 3—Castalia L„ 1. High series—Robert McNally, 665; Loren Eberling, 642; Willard Kamin, 611; Rev. Schlueter, 602; Robert Schultz, 583. High lines—Robert McNally. 258: Kenneth Timmerman, 238; Willard Kamin, 235; David Schlitter, 234; Ralph Schultz, 231; Loren Eberling, 231: Robert Schultz. 225: Rev. Schlueter. 224: Robert Swenson.! .216; Harlan Hass, 215; Leonard Thoma, 213; E. Fuelling. 211. —Leonard Thoma, secretary. The Postville Pirates trounced North High of West Union last Friday night at West Union. 47 to 37. in one of the poorest officiated games seen this season. A cold North High team fought for 104 minutes of the game before they scored a single point. Cold to start with, they then became frustrated in their effort? missing free throws as well as setup shots. However, after they had broken the ice. they closed the scoring gap and made a tight scoring race of the game. Postville took an 11 to 0 first quarter lead and continued the margin. 28 to 11 at the half. North High stormed back in the third period and closed the gap to only three points. With three of the Postville starters out on fouls, the reserves came in and saved the game. The Pirates will travel to Fayette this Friday evening and to Valley high at Clermont-Elgin next Tuesday. Box Score. Postville Trudo Heins Engelhardt Thoreson Falb Miene Larson 0 Kiesau 0 FG FT . 5 4 7 5 . 2 . 1 . 0 1 Totals North 16 .11 Reserves Win. The Postville reserves won the North High reserves preliminary game. from in the FREE — Your Diamond Rings Checked and Cleaned FREE until Feb. 18th FIRM'' POLE BUILDINGS DESIGNED for POWER FARMING Low Costs! Saves Work! More Profits! COMPLETELY ERECTED... BY OUR OWN EXPERIENCED CREW ONE Postville Lumber POSTVILLE, IOWA for LOW PRICE Company Friday Night Ladies League * * • * • Funk's Construction 584 Strikettes 54 McGregor Electronics 49 Hi-Way Lanes 49 Meadow Gold 48 Watkin's Pinettes '.43 Ossian 41 Cook's Rollettes 384 to Albright Oil Company 34 50 Sal's Gals 33 51 Hygrade 29 55 Baades Grocery 27 57 Ossian, 4—Cook's Rollettes, 0 Baade's Grocery, 3—Hygrade, 1 Pinettes, 3—Sal's Gals, 1 Meadow Gold, 3—Electronics, 1 Hi-Way Lanes, 4—Strikettes, 0 Funk's, 4—Albright Oil Co., 0 High games—Mrs. Roger Thompson, 216 Mrs. Richard Becker, 201; Mrs. LeRoy Thompson, 200; Mrs. Bill Possehl, 200. High series—Mrs. Richard Becker, 544; Mrs. Wayne Sender, 535; Mrs. Gene Doerring, 524. High team games — Funk's Construction, 851; Meadow Gold, 848; Sal's Gals, 839. High team series — Ossian, 2402; Meadow Gold, 2315; Funk's Construction, 2269. Mrs. Eugene Doerring, secretary. TEACHER "PRODUCER" The State University of Iowa is one of 16 colleges and universities which "produce" one-fourth of the nation's college teachers, a study shows. SAME SIZE DIAMONDS IN mmmr SETTINGS •NiUliNCI WORLD'S LARGEST AUTO usuuia amut sim FARM KUIUJU . Gar Y Winch „,,„J! l J llMllBll E Phone 562 tWMANCE COMPANY Elkader. Iowa Other Mountings Priced at $18.95 Extra Large Selection of Mountings to choose from. Suckow Jewelry EXPERT REPAIRING Watches — Clocks Electric Shavers POSTVILLE, IOWA CONSERVATION PRACTICES SHOW GOOO PROGRESS ' "Terrace construction In Allamakee county in 1960 has continued to make good progress" according to Garland Byrnes, Chairman of the Allamakee County Soil Conservation District. "Farmers in the county constructed 35 miles of terraces on cropland during the year." The construction consisted of 30 miles of standard terraces built with motor patrols, bulldozers, or tractors and plows, and nearly five miles of cut and fill terraces built with bulldozers and scrapers. "We hope that interest in terrace construction continues," stated James Barnes, U. S. Soil Conservation Service, "because terraces provide the best possible protection for cropland. In addition, many short rows can be eliminated. On fields with fairly urt |J standard terraces can ly parallel by varying, grader. Cut and U\ used on fields where ii races cannot be built parallel." Allamakee farmers a accomplishments in apj conservation measw sistance from SCS Conservation (arm pi volopcd for 8 farms v,H ers had their conscrvi . revised. Other nccotij} (in the district incluj e j3 I of contouring, 2114 «q| cropping, 651 acres of vation, 118 acres ot tj 498 rods of muUiflora vow, 201 acres ot wM pvovement, 994 acres is protected, 1.5 miles el four structures and acres of waterways. A checking account is so convenient I Pay your bills in the comfort of your home No more running all over town to pay yom bills when you have a checking account here. A fountain pen and a comfortable chair art all you need to pay by check . . the way! TRY US FOR SERVICE *7Ae Bonk mti, the Ctodk on the Qm\ k mm m MEMBER F. D. 1. C. POSTVILLE, IOWA MATTRESSl •> SPECIAL mi mi QUILT TOP MATTRESS| SPECIAL FOR $39.88 Als ° — Matching Box Sprinrf '"""'"'••IUMIIIIIIIIIUIIIIII.IIUHHUHMI nTUp0PEN FRIDAY EVENINGS. -l!:f R EVENIN GS BY APPOimti ''•'"•""••I. immim „,„., I „ 1111 „„,„„.MmiMi 1 »»'»" Louis Schutte & So ar96st S,0ck of Furniture in Norfhoair POSTVILLE, IOWA

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