Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on December 14, 1960 · Page 10
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2 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD Wednesday. December u, i960 Wednesday. December 14—Young Farmers class. Thursday, December 15—Junior- senior high faculty meeting at 7:00 p. m. Friday, December 16—Basketball, West Union, here; wrestling, Elkader, there: basketball, ninth at Calmar; grade seventh and eighth, here. Saturday, December 17 — High school Christmas party. Sunday, December 18 — Grade Christmas program. 2:30 p. m. Monday, December 19 — Faculty Christmas party. Tuesday, December 20 — Basket ball, Elkader, there; Wrestling, at Fairbanks; seventh and eighth, Calmar, here, basketball. Wednesday, December 21, 8:00 p. m.—Junior-senior high Christmas program. Thursday, December 22, 3:40— Classes dismissed tor Christmas vacation. Tuesday, January 3 — Classes resumed. Wednesday, January 4 — Dorian Vocal Festival; Language art consultant at grade school; young iarmers class- Saturday, January 7 — Seventh j and eighth wrestling at Dubuque. Monday, January 9—FFA. Tuesday, January 10 — Basketball, Fayette, here; wrestling at Decorah; paid assembly proram, 3:40 a. m. . Wednesday, January 11—Young Farmers class. Friday. January 13, — Sumner, here, Basketball; seventh, eighth ATTENTION Farm Bureau Insurance LIFE — AUTO — FIRE HAIL — FARM LIABILITY For the best Insurance service call 86 4-3158 Postville, your Farm Bureau Insurance agent. Rodney I. Smith Postville, Iowa and ninth, at Decorah, basketball and wrestling. End of first semester. Saturday, January 14 — Conference wrestling meet at Elkader. Tuesday, January 17 — Monona, here, basketball; Decorah, seventh and eighth here, basketball. Wednesday, January 18, 11:07— Junior high community sing; assembly grades kindergarten, third; young farmers class. Thursday, January 19, 7:00 p. m. — Junior-senior high faculty meeting. Friday, January 20 — Basketball, Maynard, here. Saturday, January 21—West Union, here, wrestling; Superintendent's meeting at Ames. First Grade. i (Mrs. Cordes) The gay spirit of Christmas has! invaded our room. Each day the excitement of the season heightens as we prepare for Santa's visit and the birthday of the Christ Child. We brought many pretty ornaments to decorate the tree. Andy Enyart watches the lights so that they won't become overheated. The stories we read remind us that Christmas Is a time of giving joy to others. We drew names and will exchange presents. It is hard to keep the names a secret! In numbers we have started a new workbook, "Numbers We Need. Book I." We have a new science book, too. It is called "Winter is Here.' All of us are reading in "The Lit tie White House" now. The stories are about the same family that we met in our four pre-primers. We think Flip, the dog, is funny because he always seems to get into mischief. We were interested in the rattles on a rattlesnake's tail. Loren Johnson brought a snake skin to show us. It has rattles on it. First Grade. (Miss Targeson) The boys and girls in our room have been making Christmas decorations for their room and for the tree. They also brought some ornaments from home. They have been listening to Christmas stories and poems and wrote a story about a Christmas picture. Mary Berns returned her dental card so we now have fifteen cars on the good health train. Third Grade. (Miss Cremer) We were happy that so many of our mothers were able to attend our Mother's Tea last Tuesday. We know everyone had a nice time. Christmas, Christmas everywhere! Our room looks pretty decorated with greens, holly, and all the trimmings of the Christmas holiday. Everyone had fun trimming our tree. Now everyone is excited about our big Christmas program. We hope all our parents and friends will come to see it. Another dental card has been returned. Patricia Brandenberg brought hers back. Postville Locker Service Saturday, Dec. 17 Help Us Celebrate our . . . 20th Anniversary on December 17 WITH FREE Coffee and Homemade Donuts FREE DRAWINGS — 3 and 8 p. m. (You need not be present to win) SAMPLING . . . HOMEMADE BOLOGNA — METWURST LIVER SAUSAGE — Borden's ICE CREAM Everyone Welcome Anniversary SPECIALS For Saturday, December 17th Only 1 Tender and Juicy J MINIT STEAKS each 10« • Super Duper | SAUSAGE SPECIAL lb. 54c I Come in and let us show you through | our plant. See where our Homemade j Sausage is made, where the Hams and I Bacon are Cured and Smoked and where | we Render our Lard. Some of our reading groups have completed their first basic reader. The new readers they received are entitled "Friends Far and Near." These new readers have longer and better stories in them. Last Friday in art we made mittens out of tagboard. We traced around our hands, cut them out decorated them in bright colors, and then fastened them together, | They were fun to make. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) On Monday we got our Christmas tree. We have been bringing things to decorate our tree as well as our room. Bill Green brought us a red candle and a face of Santa Claus. Deanne Everman brought a large white candle. We are using these in a center piece on our work table. We want to thank Kay DeGarmo for bringing stencils and decorating our windows. In science we are studying weather. We have been marking a chart for the school days the past week. Handy Brinkman made a barometer to help us mark the change in air pressure. Gary Gunderson made a machine which tells us the wind direction. We also had a committee in the class make a machine to tell the wind speed We have 13 dental cards back. There have been no new ones this week. We have been reading about the Spanish settlement in the U. S. We find that some words in our vo cabulary are Spanish words, such as corral, rodeo and fiesta. For music we have been prac ticing Christmas songs. We an singing two part songs. Birthdays that were celebrated in the past two weeks were Glen Dean's and Jean Winters'. We want to thank Glen and Jean for the treats they brought us. Seven-A. In exploratory we have been making Christmas tree center pieces: also mosaic tile trivets. Each week in English we have our S. R. A. Reading Laboratory. We have also started reading stories from our literature books. In science class we have just finished a test on "What Materials are made of". Our next chapter is about heating and cooling materials. In math we are still working on the new way to solve a problem concerning per cents. Most of the students like using this method. Barbara Masonhall, reporter. Seven-B. In Home Economics the boys are studying the seven basic foods, and how to cook. We are also learning table manners. In science the class has just finished a unit about materials and is starting on a unit called "Heating and Cooking Materials." In mathematics the class is studying about interests, decrease, increase and commission. In English the class is on a unit about Reading, each day we time ourselves on how manv words we can read a minute. December 21 and 22 we will be giving book reports on fiction books. In geography we have just finished a unit on beef cattle, and are starting a new unit on cotton. Craig Martin. Eleht-A. We are about to start a new unit in science on geology. This will teach us about the earth's crust and what's under it. "Vocabulary stretching" is the name of the unit we just finished in English. We are discussing synonyms, antonvms and homonyms. We are taking an all essay test in social studies class. Mr. Miller save us seven essay auestions to study. He will choose three questions for us to write on. Our class is finding sauare roots in arithmetic class. This is complicated. Each story in literature is developed by one or two students. They plan the lessons, give assignments and check them. This is interesting. Christine Miene, reporter. In exploratory we are studying about conversation. We are on the chapter "New Lands and Interests" in social studies. In mathematics we are going into the new chapter "Compass and Straightedge." We are learning about the earth and what it is made of in science. In English we are learning about suffixes and prefixes. Dave Lawson, reporter. EJfht-C. We are practicing our "homerow" and the alphabet in typing. In science we are studying how the earth was formed. We are studying the Monroe Doctrine in American history. In P. E. we are playing basket ball. We are doing the S. R. A. read ing laboratory in English. In arithmetic we are studying and making angles. Vicki Wullner reporter. Herald Want Ads bring results. I GET OUR ... 4 ! TRUCKLOAD ! PRICES I ON i I Delivered Grain I | AND SAVE. | " UltffftlKfttlfilf m POSTVILLE FEED MILL I Elmer Ponsar, Prop. 1 | Phone 86 4-7731 Postville | You Spread Christmas Cheer Throughout When You Shop At Home Good things keep on happening all over town all through the year when you spci your Christmas gifting dollars in your hometown stores. Long after the merriment Yuletide has become a happy memory, the dollars you spend at home keep on working to make your community a better place in which to live! Here's why: Better business forf your hometown stores promotes the economic stability and growth of your town, hdpsl provide more jobs for your neighbors and friends. Your patronage helps local merchants j pay the taxes that maintain your schools, streets, parks and other important civic facilK ties . . . helps them support the churches, youth programs, hospitals, etc. that contribute! so importantly to community life. YOU HAVEN'T SEEN THE LAST OF YOUR DOLLARS WHEN YOU SPEND THEM AT HOME . . BECAUSE THEK KEEP ON SERVING YOUR BEST INTERESTS! ' THESE HOMETOWN STORES HAVE THE JUST-RIGHT GIFTS FOR EVERYBODY IN YOUR CHRISTMAS! | -hi atea* Auto Dealers and Repair Falb Motor Company Frese Garage Postville Auto Sales Banks Citizens State Bank Postville State Bank Blacksmith Ellis Blacksmith Bowling Lanes Hi-Way Lanes Dairies Martins Dairy Waters Dairy Drug Store Groff Drug Egg Buyers Postville Egg Co. Electric Motor Repair Electric Motor Shop Feed and Seed Postville Feed Mill Furniture Store Louis Schutte and Sons Grocery Stores The Farmers Store Harold's Cash Market Postville Meat Market Schroeder's Grocery Stumme Grocery Hatchery Overland Hatchery Hotel Commercial Hotel Hardware, Plumbing, Heating Coast To Coast Stores Koevenig's Stores Meyer Plumbing-Heating Nyberg's Store Western Auto Store Implement Dealers Postville Implement Insurance Turner Insurance Jewelers Marvin Suckow, Jeweler Livestock Buyer Koth and Co. Locker Plant Postville Locker Lumber Yards John L. Gregg & Son Postville Lumber Co. Meat Packing Plants Hygrade Food Products Corp. Men's Wearing Apparel Anderson's Clothing Newspaper Postville Herald Nursery Northern Iowa Nursery Photographs Lutz Studio Real Estate C. F. Lammert, Broker Willman Real Estate Ready-To-Wear Kramer's The Dereen Shop Restaurants Rima Cafe Thoma Coffee Mill V & J Koffee Shop Service Stations Casten Oil Company Cook's Shell Service Hartwig's Service Station Home Oil Company Schrader "86" Service Shea Stores Schutta's Shoe Store Tindell Shoe Store

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