Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on January 11, 1961 · Page 3
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January 13, — Sumner, Isketball; seventh, eighth | hi at Decorah, basketball piling. Saturday, January 14 — Conference wrestling meet at Elkadcr; end o£ semester; supervised piny in gym—afternoon. Monday, January 18, 8:00 p. m.— Home Declamatory contest ami One Act plays. Tuesday, January 11 — Monona, here, basketball; Decorah, seventh and eighth here, basketball. Wednesday, ' January 16, 11:07— Junior high community sing; assembly grades kindergarten, third young farmers class; report cards issued. Thursday, January 19, 7:00 p. m.— Junior-senior high faculty meeting. Friday, January 20 —Basketball, Maynatd, here. ectric Wiring Is Our Business ESTIMATES — POWER WIRING SE WIRING . . . ELECTRIC HEATING . . . ELECTRIC REPAIRS . . . INSTALL NEW SERVICES D & J ELECTRIC 24 Hour Service Day Call 86 4-3725 Night Call 86 4-7688 or 86 4-3979 Saturday, January 21—West Union, here, wrestling; Superintendent's meeting at Ames. Tuesday, January 24—Basketball, i Waukon, here; wrestle at Waukon. j Wednesday, January 25 — Assem- I bly grades, four to six; Young i farmers class. I Friday, January 27 — Basketball, West Union, there; Waukon seven| th and eighth, here; Waukon I freshmen, here; wrestling, Waukon | seventh and eighth, here, j Saturday, January 28 — Prelim- 1 lnary speech contest at Postville. Monday, January 30 — Faculty] party. Tuesday. January 31—Wrestling, I Elkadcr here. Wednesday, February 1—Young Farmers class. Thursday, February 2, 1:10—Senior high assembly. Friday. February 3 — Basketball, Fayette, there; seventh, eighth and ninth, at Monona; wrestling, Cresco, there. 1 Saturday, February 4—Wrestling, junior high at Dubuque; supervised play in gym, afternoon; junior high party. February 6-11—Week of District Wrestling tourneys. Monday, February 6—FFA meeting. Tuesday. February 7 — Valley, there, basketball. Wednesday, February 8 —Young Farmers class; County Educational council meet. Friday. February 10—Basketball, Elkadcr. here: freshmen at Ossian; seventh and eighth at Valley. wit YOU mm?. §11 I It's easy to jump. Just leave the solid trail |hind you and soar into space. ( But before you jump—learn how to land! le man can alight gracefully and continue 3 course. Another will wrap his skis around s head and end up in the hospital. J There are important life-decisions we often scribe as "taking the leap." Going to college, nosing a career, getting married—these are it a few. And these "leaps" lead to happiness "|" some—and tragedy for others. Jj The Church with its program of worship tt [ religious education makes essential contri- ^mr-ions to our life. For what happens after our major "leaps" depends on the character which 'Ms been instilled in us, and on the principles W which we live I The Church prepares us for the leaps we N going to take by teaching us how to land JftPPily, and to continue a right course through- lit life. THE CHURCH FOR ALL . ALL FOR THE CHURCH 1 he Church it ihe grtatrsl farlor on rjilh lor thr huildinr. of characlrr and Good cilirrrtsriirr. If ij a slorehouse o( jpiriluaj -.allies. Wilhoul s strong Church, nnjhfr democracy nor civilization can lurvne. There are four sound reasons wh)- ever}- person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: ()) Tor his osvn saVe. (2) IDS his children's sake. (3) For the sake of his communiry and nation. (4) Fot the sake of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Plan to go to church regularly and scad your Bible daily. Pay Book Chapter Verses Sunday Paalms 18 Mtindtv Proverbs J Tucsdnv Ecclraiastes * Wcdnrsday Kphremus J Thursday GBMIIUSJ » Fridav Jo''". .. " Saturdav I Corinthians J 30-33 5 19-21 14-16 3-5 17-20 10-11 Saturday, February 11 — Supervised play In new gym. Week of February a3-18— -District Speech contests. Monday, February 13, 7:00 p. m — Board of Education meeting; high school faculty meeting. Tuesday, February 14 — Basketball, Monona, there; junior high assembly 11:00. Wednesday, February 15—Conference athletic meeting at West Union; senior high sing, 2:10; Young Farmers class. ***** First Grade. (Miss Johnson) Now that the excitement of the holidays is over, the first graders are keeping busy with new activities and new books. We all enjoyed Christmas. Our party, was a big success. We'd like to thank Mrs. Ed Handke, Mrs. Elmer Krambeer, Mrs. Dale Meyer and Mrs. Orville Meyer for furnishing the lunch for our Christmas party. We all received presents. We are now starting a new numbers work book. Put-together stories are fun but we seem to have a little trouble with take away stories. They take lots of practice. "The Little White House" is the name of our new reading book. We enjoy reading the stories in it. Another group has started the book 'Come With Us." Cheryl Converse, Kevin Krambeer and Gem Meyer have not been with us since Christmas. They have the chicken pox. We have written get well cards for them. We hope they will soon be back to school. Third Grade. (Miss Peterson) After a long vacation we are back with plenty of pep for school work. We had many exciting things to tell about. Since we're in a new year we decided that we should make some resolutions. They are for both school and home. We hope they will help us. Our arithmetic leaders are showing us the way to the facts for 15. We also are working with zero. We like to call him "Mr. Nobody". One of our New Year's resolutions was to read more and better books, so after a trip to the library, we are ready to become better readers. Third Grade. (Miss Cremer) We all had an enjoyable Christ- 1 mas holiday and vacation. Everyone is working hard again and we are glad to be back. Our room is decorated with bright, colorful winter scenes and pictures. We have new bulletin boards up. A committee of six students helped fix an attractive board on news items. Another one of our reading groups began new books. The stories are longer and more interesting. In social studies we are studying a unit about clothes. We are learning about cotton and wool. We saw a good movie on "Cotton" which explained how it is grown and what is done to it in the factories. We had a little accident in our class room one day. Patty Fiet had wet shoes and she slipped and cut her forehead. Luckily she wasn't hurt badly. Our entire room would like to wish everyone a Very Happy New Year. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) We have spent the past few days reviewing for our semester tests which will be taken (January 9-13. Birthday girls this week include Sherry Halverson and Gwen Gunderson. We want to wish these girls a happy birthday and thank them for their treats. Bill Green is back from his trip to California. He has brought many things to show the class. Handi Harris helped Bill display his things on one of the bulletin boards. This way we can all see it much better. For P. E. this week we are going to' ice skate. We hope we will be able to borrow enough skates so everyone will be able to try skating. Seven-A. We all have enjoyed our Christmas vacation. It will be hard to start studying again, but we are ready to work hard. In shop we are working on different types of projects such as wood or mosaic tile. "How does heating and cooling change the action of molecules?" is the topic in science. We will soon be ready to take a chapter test. The girls in physical education are practicting their skills in basketball. We are finishing up the chapter on trees in geography. There is also a new bulletin board about trees in our room. In mathematics we are continuing our study of graphs, especially line graphs/ Mary Beth Meyer, reporter. Seven-B. In shop we have just finished our Christmas projects and have started new projects. In science we are studying heating and cooling of materials. In mathematics we have finished interest and decrease problems. In English we are studying nouns used as objects. In social studies we are on Chapter 12 which is about trees. In music we are studying popular composers. Doreen Miller, reporter. Seven -C. In art we have been studying still life. We have been drawing pictures of different objects. In mathematics we have been studying per cents. We are studying how heating and cooling changes materials in science class. We finished a chapter on "How Trees Help The World" in social studies. Linda Meyer, reporter. Eight-A. We are now ready to begin work again after our vacation. The semester is nearly over and we are preparing for semester tests. Slavery is our main subject in American History. It is quite interesting to see how the slaves had to live under their masters. In Spanish we are able to carry on a fair conversation. We are learning about articles we use in school now. We started a new chapter in English called "Manners Plus." In literature we are reading poems about many subjects. In science we are studying about geology. It is about rocks, formation of the earth, volcanoes, etc. Arithmetic is interesting. We are on the subject of money. It is Wednesday, January 11,19fil POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 3 also about ownership, etc. in business. Connie Olson, reporter. Eight-B. We have finished chatper 13 in social studies. It was about peopler" moving to Oregon, a war wtttt Mexico, gold in California bringing: (Continued on Page Four) THE AU-PURPOSE FUEL This clean burning, economical LP-Gas serves you so many ways...makes family living more comfortable, more convenient. FOR HOME HEATING Philgas heats one room or the entire house, automaticaily. FOR COOKING Philgas brings city gas convenience into your kitchen Runs your refrigerator, too. FOR HOT WATER Philgas brings you all the hot water you need, instantly. FOR CLOTHES DRYING Now you can have that automatic gas clothes dryer. FOR TRACTORS Philgas burns clean, makes engines last longer. Fuel bills and maintenance costs go down. Come In and See Us Now...Find Out All About Philgas The Modern Fuel For Rural and Suburban Homes alisiiiisiiiiiiiiiiiiiissuiiiiissii MARIANNA PROPANE CO. Phone 86 4-7451 Postville, low* Two-Way Radio on tracks for faster, more efficient service. • Important news for new-car buyers- THE '61 CHEVY BRINGS JET-SMOOTH TRAVEL DOWN TO EARTH I Kr,,;,-r Adi. SmW, Sir «*«I. V .I. ( LAMAKEE - CLAYTON ELECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. ^STEN OIL CO. [Standard Oil Products 30K'S SHELL SERVICE [Firestone Tires MB MOTOR CO. {Chevrolet — Buick — Olds t S JALL ROBERTS' SON |Feed and Seed j i jOME OIL CO. A complete D-X Service fTGRADE FOOD PRODUCTS ICORPORATION |TERSTATE POWER CO. Postville, Iowa IRAMER'S ] Mr. and Mrs. Harm Kramer LOUIS SCHUTTE & SONS Furniture — Funeral Service CAFE and Dininfl Room V AND J MEYER PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing — Heating — Wiring OVERLAND HATCHERY Hy-Line Chicks POSTVILLE EGG CO. Buyers of Eggs POSTVILLE FEED NULL Grinding and Mixing POSTVILLE IMPLEMENT Your I-H Dealer POSTVILLE LUMBER CO. Serving the Postville Community SCHUTTA SHOE STORE Shoes for the Entire Family TURNER INSURANCE Insurance that InsuretS— Service that Endures .ARSON SINCLAIR SERVICE iGoodyear Tires I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I I MERC'S WHAT GIVES CHEVY ITS JET-SMOOTH RIDE-. Full Coll suspension— Chevy's one of the few cars with a coil spring at every wheel. Precision-balanced wheels —For smoother rolling with less vibration. Sound-hushing Insulation— Sheet metal is carefvlly insulated against drumming and vibration. SI bulH-ln "shock absorbers" —Cushion the chassis against shock and shake. Live rubber body mountings— Extra-large butyl rubber cushions that further isolate the ride from the road. This is the Impala Sporl Coupe —just one of 20 Jet-smooth Chevies! Better just circle your dealer's block the first time you try a Jet-smooth '61 Chevy. Get anywhere near an open highway and he's liable never to see you again. What we mean, Chevy's ride whets your yen to travel. Wins you over with its delightful coil-spring smoothness, its hushed comfort and light steering. ——=-*»=5ss&c You find yourself feeling sorry for people who buy higher priced cars, thinking they have to pay premium prices for a luxury ride. That may have been true at one time, but not any more. Chevrolet's ride, its roadability, just doesn't take second place to anybody's. Drive one soon and see. See (he new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs and ihe rw Corvette <ti ym^M FALB MOTOR CO. 2 WILLMAN REAL ESTATE - Lorenz Willman, Broker 6 Mdyear Tires uu _^ 9S ^^a^^«^^«^ rWrW ^ LAWLER STREET POSTVILLE, IOWA PHONE 86 4-7444

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