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\ 10 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday, March 1. 1961 ^niiiminimiMHiiimtiiiiuMitMtiiiHniiiitiHtmi*^ I As I 1 1 See It 1 I by I I C. W. D. ! ^iiiiiHimiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiMimiiiimiiiinmi immune The Albany New York Times- Union conducted a telephone survey to determine how many residents knew the location of hot news spot, Laos. "I don't know where he is," one woman replied. "But he doesn't live here. Why don't you try across the street." • * * « • A sight that startled us last Wednesday was driving past the old hospital building and failing to see a light anywhere. The move from the old building to the new community hospital was completed during the day Wednesday—a job well done by hospital personnel and the ambulance crew. See me for high-yielding PIONEER® seed corn and A-T®brand Certified NOCULIZED alfalfa Troda Mark Reg- seed—Ranger or Vernal ® PIONEER is a registered trademark of Pioneer Hi-Bred Corn Co. FRED H. J. THOMA Postville, Iowa ***** A tip of our hat this week to the Postville high school basketball squad and the wrestling squad. Coach Jim Foster brought his basketball charges a long way on the victory road in season competition and the Pirates were title contenders most of the way. Coach Norvard Nalan has brought Postville along toward the top in wrestling and the Pirates, new at the sport of wrestling only a few years ago have made fine individual and team showings. ***** All of us are wondering if spring is really here or if there is a lull before the blasts of winter come back to haunt us for several more weeks. Youngsters accept the weather as it comes—as the warmer days are here you see them skoot ing by on roller skates and boys are tossing a baseball around. For most of us a little wishful thinking won't do much harm. ***** With all the laws and govern ment regulations a fellow's down right dumb to steal when there are so many legal ways to cheat. ***** With thoughts turning to spring, home builders in the community are beginning to plan on new homes and remodeling work. So far, it looks like a good building year. There are eight or ten people now making plans for new homes to be started this year. The No. 1 problem in the community still remains — too few building spaces available to give • potential home builders a choice of location and lot sizes. ***** Two youngsters separated from their mother were joyriding up and down the department store elevator. The little girl's ice cream cone was dripping when a lady in a mink coat backed into it. "For goodness sakes," whispered the little boy to his sister. "Be careful, can't you see you're getting fur all over your ice cream." Elkader Wins Sectional Title The Postville Pirates' ended a successful season with a heart breaking loss to Elkader, 59 to 58, in the final game of the Class "A" sectional tournament held in Postville last Saturday night. Elkader become the tournament champions and will play in district action this week. The Pirates- led 15 to 7 in the first quarter only to fall behind 28 to 30 at the half. They regained the lead 57 to 55 with slightly over a minute of time remaining, only to have Bill Wright tie it up on the next play. • The Pirates next at tempt went astray and Wright again hit a jumper' from the free throw line to put the Warriors ahead 59 to 57 with a half minute to play. Postville made one of two free throws and Elkader attempting to stall had the ball stolen by Dick Falb who drove under the basket but. was unable to get away a good shot. The buzzer sounded giving Elkader the win. It was the third Elkader win over Postville during the .season. Ron Trudo and Dick Falb ended their careers by getting 22 and 15 points, respectively. Elkader's one-two punch was John Nagel and Bill Wright with 25 and 21 points, respectively. Box Score. Postville FG FT P Miene 2 2 3 Hangartner 0 0 1 Engelhardt '. 2 0 4 Trudo 10 2 5 Falb 3 9 3 Thoreson Ill Heins 2 12 Kiesau 0 3 1 Wirkler 0 0 0 Wrestling Letter Winners Announced Hick Questions Farm Proposals 18 17 USED EQUIPMENT 1—Farmall 300 Tractor, w/ F. H., w/ T. A. (New) 1—Farmall 300 Tractor, w/ Reg. Drawbar, w/ T. A. (New)—Painted. 1—Farmall Super "M'\ Painted, Extra Good. 1—Farmall "M'\ Good. 1—Farmall "H" Painted. Overhauled. 2—John Deere 290 Corn Planters, w/ Disk Fertilizer. 2—IHC No. 8 314" Plows. 3—IHC No. 35 8' 6" Wheel Disk. Postville Implement IH Sales and Service Roy Duwe and Bob Converse Fhone 86 4-3214 Postville, Iowa Go-Getters Have Activity Meeting "Soil Formation" was the topic given by Jack DeWolf, assistant Clayton County Extension Director, at the special activity meeting of the Grand Meadow Go-Getters held February 22 at the Grand Meadow township hall. The meeting was opened by Rex Carlson, president, with the Pledge to the American Flag. Twenty-five members and 12 guests were present when roll call was taken. Wayne Miene, Cora Koopman and Harold Messier are new members of the club. Mrs. Rueben Hoth and Mrs. Arno Krambeer served the lunch. The next meeting will also be a special activity meeting and will be March 24 at the township hall. Dick Richardson will be the speaker on "How to Pick Out and Feed Baby Beef at the March 2 meeting at the Municipal Building in Elkader at 7:30 p. m. 4-H club members who raise beef and their parents or any other interested persons are invited to attend. Myra Heins, reporter. Youth Center March Schedule The Postville Youth Center will be open three Saturdays during the month of March, it was announced this week. Following are the open dates: Saturday, March 4, after the tournament until 11:00; Saturday, March 18, 8:00 to 11:00; Saturday, March 25, 8:00 to 11:00. If you nave anything to buy, sell r rent—advertise in The Herald. VAN rM SORRY. BUT V ONW HAVE EN0U6H MONEY WITH ME TO PAY THE CHECK. YOU'RE OUT OP LUCK FOR A TIP 6VEPVTWIN6 AT MCNEIL FEED ADOS UP TO VALUE, _ oepeNDAsiunfl AHO SUPEfl SERVICE PURINA PIGEMIA INJECTABLE IRON. Why It Is Needed: Young pigs gain rapidly and soon use up the limited supply of iron that is present in their bodies at birth. The injection of 2cc of Purina Pigemia (Injectable) at 2 to 4 days of age will supply enough iron to meet the requirements of the pig for several weeks. STOP IN AND ASK ABOUT OUR PRICES. ^^F££P & SUPPL Y COMPLETE reOTILIZER SERVICE Totals 20 Elkader 21 Semi-Finals. In semi-final action Thursday evening, Elkader trounced Calmar. 62 to 46. Nagel with 23 and Wright with 19 were high for E1-. kader; Wangsness with 15 and Smith with 13 were high for Calmar. Postville defeated Lansing St. George in semi-final action on Thursday night, 64 to 59. Postville's 23 point third quarter proved to be the winning margin over a game with St. George team. Mark Miene and Roger Engelhardt got 20 and 18 points. Ron Valley had 15 and Jim Williams had 14 for St. George. District Action. The boys district basketball tour nament is being played in Postville and Elgin this week. In first round action Monday at Postville, Decorah defeated Crestwood of Cresco, 36 to 28. In first round action Monday at Valley high at Elgin, Waukon nosed out North High of West Union 42 to 41. In first round action at Postville Tuesday night, Elkader trounced Monona -Farmersburg, 60-48. .Bill Wright was high man for Elkader with 21; Tom Kruse with 21 was high for Monona. The score was tied 25 to 25 at the end of the first half but Elkader outscored Monona 20 to 9 in the third quarter to give them the margin of victory. In first round action at Elgin on Tuesday night, Valley High defeated Garnavillo, 80 to 65. Decorah will play Elkader at the Postville gym this Thursday evening at 7:30 in semi-final- action. Valley High will play Waukon at the Clermont-Elgin gym Thursday night at 7:30 in semi-final action. The district winners will be determined Saturday night at Postville, game time 7:30. Wrestling Conch Norvnrd Nalan released the names of those boys earning letters in wrestling today. Fifteen members of the squad received letters. They are: Bob Bollman, Jim Bursell. Jim Lcnth, and Denny Meyer, nil freshmen. Bruce Smith, Larry Snitker, Curt Helium and Tom McNally sopho mores; Jerry Trudo, Les Lcnth and Dave Schmelzer, juniors. Senior letter winners are Captain John Wittenberger, Dave Smith, Vince Waters and Dave Schierholz. At a meeting of these lcttermen a team captain for the coming year was elected. The captain elect will be announced at the forthcoming lettermen's club banquet to bo held March 9, with Iowa Football coach Jerry Burns as the featured speaker. Wrestling Fortunes Are* On Upswing The Postville wrestling team under the guidance of Coach Norvard Nalan showed a marked improvement over last years team. From a dismal won three, lost seven and tied one record of a year ago; this year's edition of pirate wrestlers had a won seven, lost four, record. Half of Postville's defeats were dealt out by a long time state powerhouse Cresco. Jesup, this years team runnerup in the State Class "B" tournament, and Decorah also won victories over Postville. The wrestling "Pirates" defeated every team in the Upper Iowa Con- [ference including West Union's championship team. As a team, Postville improved it's standings in the district tournament at New Hampton with a seventh place finish in a strong 16 team field. Over half of the individual state champions came from this district which illustrates the strength of the teams Washington-Senator Bourko B Hlckcnloopcr (B Iowa) today ex nreswd serious concern as to v. mi Srect adoption of the co-calted Kennedy feed-gram bill would have on the nations farm economy "There is potential danger in thw prim.wh.ch cou.c, nock the that enn have 4 -H BASKETBALL TOURNAMENTS HELD The score of 79 to 13 was the outcome of the basketball game when the junior team Of the Grand Meadow Go-Getters defeated the St. Olaf Junior Farmers Saturday, February 25 at Elkader in the junior 4-H tournament. Rex Carlson and Paul Schierholz were tied for high scores with 22 points each. The next junior game will be held Saturday, March 4, at 7:00 p. m. The senior team defeated the Giard Future Farmers on Monday, February 27 in the senior 4-H tournament. Paul Schierholz scored high with 18 points while Rex Carlson and Mark Zieman tied with 12 points each. The next game of the senior tournament will be on March 3 at 9:00 p. m. Myra Heins, reporter. Isn't it peculiar that midde age always starts a few years earlier for the other fellow? MARCH -SPECIAL- FREE 1 QUART SKELLY OIL with the purchase of 12 gallons of gas FREE with the purchase of 5 gallons or more of Gas, register for a 35 lb. pail of Skelly All Purpose Grease. FARMERS IMPLEMENT Harlan Reinhardt Postville, Iowa program v........ socks out of the livestock market and put an absolute ceiling on feed,, grain prices." Senator Hickenloop-I er said, "The bill provides a potential danger because of the authority it grants the secretary to release out of storage feed grains to the market and sell them nt the market whatever the price may be. A procedure of this kind could only lead to a depression of the market." "During the recent hearings before the Senate Agriculture Committee, the secretary as some of his staff expressed concern that there was an emergency and that a bill of this nature was need cd. But I seriously question "-passage of this type bill any practical widespread effect so far as the agricultural part of this country is concerned in this year's production. "Actually, what the Secretary of Agriculture proposes and stated in his testimony is to dump surplus grains on the market to prevent the price from going above the supports. This is exactly the opposite of farm programs heretofore which have fixed support price as a floor with the hope the farmers will get the benefit of prices higher than supports. "Many crops, especially in the southern half of the country, already arc planted and programs are laid out and farmers have gone pretty far toward planning their operations for this year and are looking forward to next year. "Such programs as proposed which have all the earmarks of a price freeze for farm grains are not needed and certainly not at this time under the guise of emergency Card of Thanks THANK YOU—We sincerely wish to thank nil our relatives and friends for the flowers, food, mo- morinl gifts, cards of condolence and kind words of sympathy at the time of the loss of our husband, father and grandfather. A special thanks to the ministers for their prayers and visits. Mrs. Elsa Landt, Mr. and Mrs. Harry Landt and Mr. nd Mrs. Robert Landt and fami 18p, THANK YOU—We would like to thank all of our Relatives and friends who attended the open house and those who sent cards and gifts, or helped in any way to make our 25th wedding anniversary such a memorable occasion, Mr. and Mrs. Eldred Schlitter. 18p. THANK Y0VJ-\v 6 j press our sincere ft lives, friends and -i the llowers, cxptessttjj thy and memorials at the time ol out t «j ment. To the pastoi and Rev. SiVvius, ft e t choir, and all others,^ way assisted, do vtm These kindnesses tat'i to us. Henry Hu&MtJ THANK YOU—I wish to express my sincere thanks to each one who sent cards, letters and gifts during my stay at the hospital; also to all the kind neighbors and friends for help in the home. This kindness will always be cherished in my memory. Mrs. Hazel Voelz, Luana. 18p. THANK YOU-WP, all who attended J "t St. Paul's U ,a* our 50th wedding " the cards, gifts and Witt, Pastor SilvL" Schutte. Division 8 ^ Also anyone who hi this such a happy, and Mrs. Lawrences and grandchildren An albino squirrel*! Lenning farm near 1 in the process of bi the Lennings when |i ly last fall. They fa Dodge and had it j mounted. DIVIDENDS ... ... to Northwestern Mutual policyholders^ increased for nine consecutive years. rilhj| to explain what this means in dollar and t BOYD B. TURNER THE NORTHWESTERN MUTUAL I LIFE INSURANCE CO. 124 West Greene Phone I entered Individually John Wittenberger j legislation and Dave Smith won conference 1 ~»n j s highly unlikely that the championships with Curt Helium, j percentage of compliance which Bob Bollman, Jerry Trudo. Bruce the Secretary of Agriculture and Smith, Tom McNally and Vince J economists say is needed to Waters finishing as runnerups. In district competition Les Lenth, Dave Smith, John Wittenberger and make the program operate effectively could be secured this year. Approximately 85 per cent of the Dave Schmelzer all reached the corn raised is fed either on the semi-finals in their weight class. | f arm or j n the immediate neighbor- Wittenberger went on to qualify for! hood. It j s verv unlikely that on the state tournament when he won! this short notice a substantial per the 127 pound division with the highest individual point tally scored by any wrestler in the district. Wittenberger finished fourth in the state tournament, the eventual champion Daryl Brown of Jesup was a 5-1 victim of Wittenberger in the district. Of Coach Nalan's 27 man sauad 23 will return next year including 11 of 15 boys who won letters. With such a heavy return of lettermen and experienced wrestlers plus the addition of 10-15 boys from the eighth grade junior high program wrestling fortunes at Postville appear bright. With this expected upturn of wrestling at Postville the school has added two more teams to its next years schedule. The two new additions are Calmar and Oelwein. Including both high school and the guisi ... n. junior high, almost 70 boys par-jiation. ticipated in the wrestling program 'The soiutior at Postville during the 1960-61 I task force .-, school year compared to about 35 last year. Coach Nalan feels that next year the wrestling program will extend to over eighty boys if the present growth trend continues. centage of farmers could change their crop plans sufficiently to participate in the program. "The proposal made by the Secretary of Agriculture at the recent hearing that farm income would be increased because the farmers who entered the feed grain program would shift production to soy- bans would further imbalance our entire farm program. "There appeared to be so much confusion among those testifying for the Administration bill as to what effects it would have, how much storage costs it actually would save and what tangible increases in farm income it would produce t! tion what start a.imi prepared r ? only fair to ques- happen when they ins» a bill so hastily -herl through under ei uency farm legis- NEWS FROM . . . Those In THE SERVICE NOT I m DOC I Promoted Wayne V. Schroeder, son of Mr. and Mrs. Lloyd Schroeder, who is |t stationed with the United States Army in Washington, D. C, has been promoted from SP/4 to rank of Sergeant. ***** £53 Graduated San Diego (FHTNC) —Marine Pvt. David A. Helgerson, son of Mr. and Mrs. Arthur C. Helgerson of Postville, completed his recruit training January 31, at the Marine Corps Recruit Depot, San Diego, California. The 11-week course included instruction in all basic military subjects and infantry weapons. Upon completion of training new Marines are assigned to a unit for further infantry training, or to one of the many Marine Corps schools. SIXTIETH • Mr. and Mrs. Eli Petersen of Calamus recently observed their 60th wedding anniversary. They have two daughters; .four grandchildren; and two great grandchildren. The Petersens have lived in Calamus all their married life. . as the Kennedy srirulture reported, is not to rai.-o price supports, and the bit: presented to the commit tee last week did just that. The task force reported that raising price supports would increase surplus accumulations, and yet this, was testified, is a major part of the so-called emergency program, "Is the Administration looking for a program just to have a program or are there long-range implications of price control over the market price of grain invested in the power given the Secretary of Agriculture under this proposed' legislation. It is one thing to have high-sounding phrases and well- prepar-ed charts, it is quite another to foist upon the American farmer a controlled-agriculturo program of ceiling prices." Have anything to sell? The Herald Want Ad section will do it. If you lack a checking account, us a PERSONAL MONEY ORDER to pay a bill. You will still have a receipt, and it COSTS LESS. lllllltlllMIUMItllMlMIIMIIIItlMIMIIIIIIIIIIIIMtlllllllMIIIIIIIIIMIIIIIIIMKMHIIIIIIItlllll TRY US FOR SERVICE MllltllllllllltllUIIIIIIIHIIIIItllllllllMllllMtMllfltllllllltllllllllHIIIIIIMKllllllllltllilllllin *7he Bank with the 06ock on MEMBER F. D. I. C. POSTVILLE, I 1GET OUR . . . I TRUCKLOAD PRICES | ON I Delivered Grain | AND SAVE. s " utuiumiuiuii A POSTVILLE FEED MILL I Elmer Ponsar, Prop. 1 | Phone 86 4-7731 Postville 1 5 C0MF0-F0AM Hollywood Bed WAITRESS ' BOX SPRING pusr/c HEMBOWD alitor $59.00 New! New! 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