Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on February 6, 1958 · Page 3
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 3

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, February 6, 1958
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THE TATTLER THE EDITOR ASSISTANT EDITOR CLOTHES HITS MIXED CHORUS GIRLS GLEE CLUB SENIOR SKETCH GRADE NEWS TYPISTS BIRTHDAYS FUR AND FEATHERS GIRLS SPORTS BOYS SPORTS SPECIAL FEATURES HIGH SCHOOL NEWS SPONSOR TATTLER STAFF - Barb Kauten T - Ruth Nims Donna Hetth and Kathy Shaffer Steve Talcott Carol Dahlquist Jan Schabacker and Bill Hughes Jan Bennington and Roger Otterstein Ruth Nims and Jan Bennington Becky Maxson and Marge Downing Lowell Paul Peg Eischeid and Sharleen Mullins Kip Knight and Gene Van Buren Kolleen Anfinson and Gloria Alber - Jean Cue and Carolyn Bright - Mrs. Pickett rtcturcd' at right -is the plan for the school reorganization that will comprise the present West Central School District, Fayctte and Arlington and a small por- THROUGH THE GRADES Second Grade News Mrs. Schichtl Those receiving 100% in spelling arc Barbara Ashby, Laderyl Bierbower, Eileen Bonjour, Mike Buhman, Linda Clark, Joyce Gage, Billy Gillette, Joyce Hall, Norm a Hammond, Cheryl and Karyl Hienemann, Peggy Hofer Judy King, Irene Lambert, Jimmy Niles, Clyde Pickett, Diane Pattison, Mary Schmidt, Julie Smith, Patsy Teepe, Norma Tripp, Terry Van Buren, and Lowell Voshell. We go to the gym three days a week to play. Veryl Sell is our game teacher. Each Friday we square dance. Laderyl Bierbower, Patsy Teepe, Joyce Gage, and Linda Clark read short stories to us after visiting the library Wednesday. Each of us brought a match box so that we could make banks last week. We hope to save alot of money. Fourth Grade News Miss Stevenson All of us now have our gym shoos and are really enjoying our physical education classes on Monday, Wednesday, and Friday. The period lasts from 1:10-1:50. We have story period right aft- chinery, some buildings, and lots of animals. We hope to set up a fanning community for our social studies unit. We have been doing daily tests on italicized words. Miss Sersland, the county school nurse, came on January 31 and gave all of us health checks. Most of us were in good health. Some of us are busy writting poems for the poetry contest. All the poems should be ready to hand in by February 7. We will be having a Valentine party on February 14. Our Valentine box isn't fixed yet but will be soon so that we can bring our valentines. Each of us are preparing reports about eyes. We will read or tell them to the class. Many of us know the poem about the eyes now. We have learned about the parts of the eye and what each part does. By next time we have news written we will have learned rules for care of the eyes. • • • • Fifth Grade News Mrs. Everett Fifth grade has had an interesting week learning to work in groups. We divided the class into cr we get back. Miss Stevenson is reading "Lone Hunter's Gray Pony" to us. The story is about a little Indian boy who lives in Dakota. Those who had A's on the masters tests in spelling for units 19 and 20 are: Steven Aanes, Nancy Beckner, Bill Bitterman, David Buhman, Ronald Crawford, Curt Dumermuth, Paula Gould, Sandra Gray, Howie Hubbell, Ernie Johnson, Harriet Johnson, Diane Schnieder, Mike Schroyer, Bob Swehla, Larry Webb, Carol Wegner, Larry Joe Yates, Patty Scheidel, and Francis Kauten. Since we changed our afternoon schedule, our spelling class is in the morning and we have tests on Tuesday and Thursday. We have been practicing telephone conversations in language. Jackie Miller brought a toy switchboard for Us to use. Curt three groups to work on culminating activities for our unit in social studies. Mike Beckner, Donna Kuhens, and Dane MeBride were appointed leadres of each committee. The groups will each be responsible for presentation of letter, cartoon, debates, and dramatization concerning the period directly following the Civil War. Each group reported good progress after each session of classwork, but there is a problem we need to solve. That problem is self-control. Our work sessions are usually much too noisy. Perhaps eventually, we Will improye so that our work together will be more enjoyable. Group I in arithmetic is now learning to reduce fractions to their simplest form or lowest term. Each member has made his own "fraction kit" of colored circles and parts to aid in solving problems. Group II still needs more work on solving story problems and multiplication. They tion of Clayton county. Petition bearers met last evening at the High School in Maynard to discuss and prepare for presenting the petitions to the voters of the district. Jimmy Buhman: Riding my horse Sandra Hennig: Watching TV Dennis Tope: Building model planes The following people got A's in spelling Friday: Randy Anderman, Diane Ashby, Mary Austin, Carol Beck, Tom Borchert, Ronnie Brown, Jim Buhman, Kenny Butters, Carol Clark, Paul Clark, Don Evans, Barbara Fish, Diane Frazen, Mike Gaynor, Melody Gilette, Robert Gould, Sandra Henning, Renee Jellings, Helen Kauten, Kathy Keig, Zoe Anna Martin, Linda Niles, James. Rhode, Ron Timmerman, Dennis Tope, and George Van Buren. This afternoon the 5-8 graders saw a movie on Lincoln. A sculptor while sculptoring abust of Lincoln, told the story of Lincoln's life. It was very interesting and most of us enjoyed it. • • • • Eighth Grade News By Marjorie Webb and JoAnn Quandt In reading class we made up poems. Some of them were very good. We found out we have some poets in our class. We had check-ups for health class, Thursday, January 30. The county nurse who checked us found we were all very healthy. A new feature of our news is "The Question of the Week". This week the question is, what is your favorite pastime? JoAnn Quandt: listening to Teen Tune Time on radio and watching American Bandstand. Bill Chase: Watching American Bandstand. Mary Manson: Playing the ac- cordian. Jim Maurer: Working with my 4-Hbaby beef projects. Marjorie Webb: Watching American Bandstand and dancing Mrs. Stirk: Working with boys and girls and reading. Starting Friday, January 31, we are taking dancing lessons on Friday's. So far we have learned how to fox trot. HOT LUNCH February 10-Fobruary 14, 1958 Monday Cheese Sauce over Hard Cooked Egg Halves Carrot -Sticks, Cauliflower Buds Buttered Corn Bread and Butter Sandwich Peach Cobbler % Pint Milk Tuesday Beef Cheeseburgers Potato Salad Extra Peanut Butter Sandwich Baked Apple Halves % Pint Milk Wednesday Weiner Cream of Potato Soup Carrot Sticks Corn Bread and Honeybutter Fruit Cup (Oranges, Grapefruit) V4 Pint Milk Thursday Shepherds Pie Hot Tomato Juice Home Made Cinnamon Roll Prunes % Pint Milk Friday Fish 'Stick with Tartar Sauce Parsley, Buttered Potatoes Bread and Butter Sandwich Cheese Apple Crisp Vn Pint Milk will start on fractions next week. Today we lost our half hour recess. Had only 18 As jn spelling. Everyone will work harder next week, we hope. We have been enjoying television and movie reviews given orally this week. Sixteen people have given their reviews so far. We will finish next week. We elected'new officers to the We also spent some time finding' r, ice . Dreai dent and John Hofer is farrfw. SS&Z.'St phone directories which we are US Yo g u should see our farming what i3 your favorite pastime? set-up. We have all kinds of ma- Mary Austin: Reading is; U.I.U. — FEB. 8 U.I.U. —FEB. 11 Simpson Dubuque Here There F.H.S. — FEB. 7 We»* Central (B & G) Here (Boys & Girls) Ume»lon» and ipt«adw trucks u« awaiting your ordmr. Fayette Stone Co. Inc. F «J** Iowa Phone 73 FEBRUARY BIRTHDAYS Marlene Ash — Feb. 6 Paul Wegner — Feb. 7 Steve Vermazen — Feb. 8 Marilyn Ramsey — Feb. 26 This month we have such a small number of birthdays, but we wish them Happy Birthday just the same. SENIOR SKETCH Rhea Van Bogart was born in Sanborn Iowa on May 26, 1939. She has attended Randalia, Wadena, and Fayette schools. She lists as her favorites, pink, fruits, and Related Arts. Her favorite TV programs are "I've got a Secret" and "I Love Lucy" while Doris Day and Tony Curtis rate high on her list of movie stars. Rhea enjoys dancing and going to shows. You can usually see her with Janice, Wanda, or Laurie. She participates in Girls Chorus and Mixed Chorus. After graduation she plans on getting a job. Best of Luck Rhea! SPECIAL EDUCATION By Mrs. Swartz One of our projects for the second week was letters to our former teacher, Mrs. Leahy and the members of tier class in West Union. The 1 Home Economics girls have finished the now curtains and they are now hung at the windows. Thanks to the University Cleaners, we are enjoying looking at a nice- clean flag. To further add t') the brightness of our room .each person chose a colored magtv/inc picture and mounted i; on an appropriate color. These are displayed on the bulletin board. In language, we have been talking about using the tele- phono. We first discussed how we .should u.se the telephone and then we talked about the many ways it can help us. With tin cans, string and paper we made a walkie-talkie which has been arousing the interest of our Fayette Theatre FRIDAY, Feb. 7 after the Game Early midnight Show — Starts at 10:15 v CURSE OF FRANKENSTIEN (In Technicolor) All new and never dared before. SAT. — SUN. — MON._ FEB. 8 — 9—10 FRANK SINATRA MITZI GAYNOR IN THE JOKER IS WILD Sinatra crashes through with stunning dramatic impact in this one — Its his Best. visitors. Allen and Lool are finishing their lamps and Allen has begun iu .study typing. Wu welcome two new boys on Monday. Claude Llewellyn and Philip Wenthe were transferred to our room from West Union. TOP TEN TUNES 1 — Teardrops 2 — Short Shorts 3 — Swinging Daddy 4 — Don't Let Go 5 — La To Da (i — Julio 7 — Get a Job !! —- Sail on Silvery Moon i) — Blue Doll 10 — Oh Boy HIGH SCHOOL NEWS The school students attended the one act plays matinee on Monday afternoon. The judging of these plays will take place tonight, Feb. 3, and the best one goes to the State Contest. The Senior Class expresses its thanks to Don Kimball and his wife for the exceptionally good time we had at their party Saturday night. For entertainment we had a scavenger hunt. We also enjoyed some readings from several students and teachers, especially Mr. Farwell and monkey story. I'm sure we all had a grand time. Last week Elaine Kuhens and Gene Van Buren, first year typing Students qualified for Typing pins by typing at least 30 words per minute with less than one error per minute. Sharon Blaker has qualified for her 40 word pin. The Senior Class would also like to thank the people who patronized them by attending the Chili Supper Thursday night, January 30, in the gym. It was a real success. !:::&!:::::::::::::::::::::::;:&::::::::::::£^ Viut DRIVE IN LOWEST PRICE EVER OFFERED! ONLY $ 55.95 FAMOUS ARGUS C-3 COLOR-SLIDE CAMERA —Complete with case and flash! 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