Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 27, 1957 · Page 3
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THRflBGIPfHE ifflUWES Second Grade News Mrs. Schichtl Those receiving 100% in spelling last week were: Barbara Ashby, Clyde Pickett, Mary We ,will be closed over Thanksgiving Closing Wednesday, Nov. 27 at 8:00 p.m. Opening again Friday morning* Nov. 29th. OTTS DO YOU KNOW You can own A Brand New '58 EDSEL Delivered in Waterloo for as low as $2499.00 Including 303 H.P. Engine, 4 Barrell Carb, Self Adjusting Brakes, Air Foam Cushions, Dual Visors- Heater and Defroster. SMALL MOTORS Open Till 9 P. M. Monday Thru Friday 710-Lafayette A.D. 4-2688 21TF Schmidt, David Orr, Eileen Bonjour, Diane Pattison, Joyce Hall. Cheryl Heinemann, Darla McBride, Billy Gillette, Norma Tripp, Laderyl Bierhower, Karyl Heinemann, and Julie Smith. Laderyl Bierhower read us a very nice story this week after we had visited the library. November 28 was a big day. It began our Thanksgiving vaca1|n and we got our second report card this year. T j JT-i r-p TT rprp-r i n x HE TATTLER THE TATTLER STAR Fourth Grade News First of all, we want to thank all those mothers and fathers who worked in our lunch stand and Bingo stand at the carnival. SPONSOR Special thanks to Mrs. Hendrix. room mother, for all her work in planning for the carnival. We are reading the booklet called "Animals of Yesterday" for Science. We find the book very exciting and interesting. Some of us have written reports about coffee for Social Studies. Much coffee is grown in the region we are studying. Those with A's on the six weeks spelling test were: Steven Aanes, Tom Butters, Ronald EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOtt CLOTHES HITS MUSIC SENIOR SKETCH GRADE NEWS BIRTHDAYS GIRLS SPORTS BOYS SPORTS SPECIAL FEATURES TOP TEN TUNES OF F.H.S. FUR AND FEATHERS TYPISTS Koi'AT Otf Marge I.'.- Kip K Jan This we. k i< the end () f the six weeks. MI we 1 had our six weeks .-polling te,,t. The following peo- !'!'• gut A'.- : Diane A^ihv. Carol Meek. Kenny Buttirs. Carol Cl-...rk. Ba-.-bara K;sh. Mike Gay- noi . Melody Gillette. Ciould. Sandra llennii.; Van Huren. Helen Kautoii and Kalliv Keig Uppor -Iowa Conference game of Bread and Butter Sandwich Ihe : er. ;on. Grime time 7:00 p.m. Carrol Sticks The Agriculture 1 n 1 -.' \\-i nf oul In Dun Gray's Monday to see i Jon's projects, a Tennessee walking horse and a pure bred two year old Brown Swiss heifer. While there they al-o studied tin nidging of Brown Swiss eattie. Sharon Blaker had her Typing lone early Monday. When ask' d AppV Sniico '-. P ill Milk Wednesday Ham and Lima Beans Cabbage Salad <"'..>rnhread and Honevhnlt Canned Pears >.j Pint Milk Thursday :!' slie though, sin ID minutes with hot more than 10 errors she said she'd try. She Robert siuvei ded. having only ,'i errors George and H4 net words per minute. Mighty good for first semester Typing. AND HYBRID C( HYBRID SORGHUM CARL ENGLER Maynard, Iowa (12, 14, 16, 18, 20) PLUMBING HEATING WIRING BOTTLE GAS Gene Wm. Singer Crawford. Curt Dumermiith. Sandra Gray. Louise Pickett. Bob Swehla, Rodney Whitt. Patty Scheidel, and Frances Kauten. During the past week we had review tests on addition, subtraction, multiplication and division in Arithmetic. Some of us found that we need LOTS of practice. Richard Ash was the only one who had A on all the tests. The fourth graders furnished entertainment bi (ween acts of the Junior Class play lasi Sal in day night. Between the first and second acts the whole class sang "In the Middle of an Island," "The Animal Fair," and "Over the River and Through the Woods." Only fifteen of us were present Saturday night. Between the second and third acts Tom Butters sang "Honeycomb," Boh Swehhi played his accordian, Nancy Beckner and Sandra day each played piano soloes. Furwell was in charge of THE EMBLEM OF DEPENDABILITY Fayette, Iowa PHONE 247 FOR YOUR LIVING ROOM Rugs with all Wool Pile in various colors to fit your colors in the Room. In 9 x 12 Size, in prices from $78.00 to $94.50 All are prices at this time lower than the present day prices. Also 27 x 54 sizes that are worth the money. DELSING FURNITURE music. Those Wegner. i'- Howie Sin 1 '!" '.': Rose Mar. ( lions ,o Hi ' i •lie flu. \Ve -'•" this recor.i !o We all ell'..:\ the snow. Alt!. p-al pixt! .* . Hi TOO much at , s.i early ir. t'.u ("Jin- wm.i'i 1 . With Thai 11-.: !' one of mi' !; has a Thank-': Five people tal cards. They Bob Swel.l i. Hila Je-llnu'..-. Let's have 10 "news tllni We will lie 1111; \-ac.iti"H "i l!!l. Happy 'I'h.i Sovnolh Grade Nowa Po.- Carol 1 think all nt u-, :u . ;!a- .vasn't .'IMV -.cho .I i-i ' T localise of I he • now We had a let in Social ![hat was unite has d. \Ve name and locate some cities 111 V'elle/uela. I 'o md F.quade,-, . In Health '.v novie on lie".' to pievent Eiqhth Grade News By MiM'qorie Webb and JoAnn Quandt There- ai" seven girls in bas kelhal! tl.i- year. They are Karen A ;ii. Davn.i Dumermiith. Jean Ami Cowles. .Judy Langermrn. Mary Man ;on. Marjorie Webb, and Darlono Solomon. The niana- •;c-r !.- Sharon Henry. Ann Austin i- cheerleader from our class. The boy.s out for basketball FUR AND FEATHERS Pheasant season is rapidly coming to a close, so if you plan to have pheasant instead of turkey lor dial Thanksgiving dinner you'd better hurry up. The season closer the 2nd of Dee. Truly there must be something wrong with tin animals around here. YesU-relay a few of us boys were riding around and we saw a Phon* 78M Marnmrd, la. "You can pay more — but you can'l buy better" Mfd. by " Buck Maxsoii. BII//V Olson, Del- boi-t Pallb-on. Jerry Tann, and Kandy Van Bogart. Good luck. ki.ls. The nri/cs for our maga/ine •al"s came Monday, November ' i. We wen all well satisfied with our gifts. We have two more dental cards hack. Their owners are Darlone Salomon and Jean Ann Cowles. We were happy to be able to go lo the matinee of the Junior ('la-.-, plav 'Cli'inenline." tl wa^ \ erv en lovable. • • • • Hioh School News l'onuMMluial ions, both boys and i;irls. on opening .your basketball •-.i-a.-on with victoiies. Also may we congralulate the Juniors oil their class play. We did enjoy it. Report cards are out for the second six weeks. Don't know who can l>e congratulati d for that. • o may have to throw in the crying towel. They weren't that bad. thou.th. were they'.' Tuoiday. December H is uur next basketball game here. The Heth, raccoon sitting on the side of a hill. I thouiiht 1'iat coon only come out at nigh.. I walked right up to him and clubbed him over the head. He must have- been sick. Perhaps a little off the subject, but I hear the ice is safe enough to skate on now. so all you kids who like \« skate the t hue has come. HOT December 1-December Monday I 'hieketl Noodle Soup ('hee-,e Sandwiches t'el, r.v Sticks Cherry Cobbler ', Pint Milk Tuesday Porcupine Mea, Balls Ma.-Jicd Potatoes with 1! uld type for Weiners on Buttered Buns Buttered Parsley Potatoes Waldorf Salad Ex.ra Bread and Butter Butterscotch Pudding 'o Pint Milk Friday Fish Sticks with Tartar Sauce Hashed Brown Potatoes Buttered Green Beans Bread and Butter Sandwiches Fruit Julio > L , Pint Milk GIRLS GLEE CLUB Hi again! Well, now all the small groups have been chosen. Those in trios are: Carole Dahlquist, soprano; Sharon Blaker, second soprano; and Kathy Shaffer, alto in one trio. In the other trio Ruby Cousins is soprano: Lauretta Quandt, second soprano and Kolleen Anfinson, alto. Members of the two sextets include: Carole Dnhlquist and Sharlene Mullins sopranos, Sharon Blaker and Elaine Kuhens second sopranos, Kathy Shaffer and Gloria Alber altos in one sextet. Ruby Cousins and Kay Van Sickle' sopranos, Lauretta Quandt and Dorothy Bin-get see- on I sopranos, and Kolleen An- fm-on and Donna Heth altos make up the other sextet. The girls quartet consists of Carole Dahlquisi, first soprano: Sharon Blaker. second soprano; Kalhy Shaffer, first alto: and Kolleen Anfinson. second alto. Bye bye for now. I continued page 4) 5. 1957 DID ,,! play Ha/eH.m and vbe boys You take Advantage of the special prices in t'..e Men's lake on West Union m their lirsi & •" sock department or dm Ntu< V.w» From the Days of the Mayflower. . . Ao'in tin- iln.VH «>l our VI»BVU« Va»ho\>. \s> i « •'• -v '- • ^ ^ •«• huvcni|;i' lor lluuis;\iuls of Ainn »»-,-«»> .MI 1> -''-•! A -'^ t - a ' w aiiuiii this yi'iu'- Ami, im wo ivli-hrulo Tlv»nV.sm\in|t. >t «- •,-.-!.-• v-" -.. to >.vV biu-k r,iul link' Ilio M\\qw .uwimM.^n.v '•-> "••' KN -'* pliiyml u w>U> m t»\o ;\>'U\M \I\\^M\S ^ -V !',» ,->.i^ •** J'lynionth Uiu-k. Ah .U\\HI«« «Uho u<\v- i '•" v '« >xv ' WIIN nil Imt (ho «niw«iwt Kn ol UK- imiwonuoii. o»v ii\* Mrtv i»t I'lyiiumlU Kov-k m»Uv\v< of "(.in- vlotuol* M»\« «\»v»v)< Fayette, Iowa TURKEY DRAWING SATURDAY, DECEMBER "21st. We will give you 1 Ticket for every $5.00 Paid I on Account Begining Now, to win one of these ] Turkeys. LIMIT — one to a customer START PAYING UP NO 1 E.R.GALLAHERI Standard Oil Agent YOU Fail to come in last week? Sale continues through this week if the stock last. Why not make it a point to get in now to buy socks for DAD DRESS SOCKS 5 P'--$1.87 WORK SOCKS 4 P r $1.00 BAKER'S FAYETTE VARIETY HAVE A WONDERFUL HOLIDAY THRIFTY FOOD MARKET ) United Stutc* Umyo McLEESE Furniture Store DAYS TILL CHRISTMAS ENJOY LIFE ! OWN A BETTER HOME Modern 3 bedroom frame, extra lot, available on esay terms — better see it now — it won't last. Acreage near business district with modern home. New frame two bedroom home with the laiest^appiont- ments. far below replacement cost. Modern 2 bedroom home in perfect condition, garage, automatic heat. Large older homes, 3 to choose from, low in price, in good condition. Modern 2 bedroom frame, low down payment, balance like rent. FARMS: 120 acres, near Fayette. 237 acres, stock farm, terms. 240 acres, the best in Iowa. 175 acres, best of improvements. REMEMBER we help you finance ! Call On The REAL ESTATE Brokers THE FAYETTE INSURANCE AGENCY Real Estate Brokerage Phone 14 Fayette, Iowa

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