Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 8, 1961 · Page 3
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Inscl-Moser COIN SHOWER DANCE — MUSIC BY — ANK BARRY and his BAND FEBRUARY 10th FRIDAY, 2DDING ANNIVERSARY NIGHT ;0 AND HIS PIONEERS COUPLES MARRIED IN FEB. SEND NAME i ADDRESS TO LAKESIDE FOR FREE PASS SATURDAY, FEBRUARY nth WEDDING DANCE Honoring iMAUREEN O'BRIEN OF STRAWBERRY POINT JD MR. BERNARD BERGAN OF ELKADER . Music By >by Hankins and his Blue Boys IDAY, 13th _ CALL 5331 FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS BRLLROOITl iNB=RG, IOWA got 5CAHLAK Wednesday, February 8 —Young Farmers class; County Educational council meeting. Thursday, February 9 — Kindergarten—Dad's Day. Friday, February 10—Basketball, Elkader, here; freshmen at Ossian; seventh and eighth at Valley. Saturday, February 11 — Supervised play in new gym. Week of February 13-18—District Speech contests. Tuesday, February 14 — Basketball, Monona, there; junior high assembly 11:00. Wednesday, February 15—Conference athletic mooting at West Union; senior high sing, 2:10; Young Farmers class. Thursday, February 16 — Class room pictures taken in Darling School. Friday, February 17 — Decorah Junior high, here wrestling and basketball; State Wrestling meet. Saturday, February 18 — Afternoon supervised play in gym; State wrestling meet. Monday, February 20 — First round Boys Sectional Tourney at Postville. Tuesday, February 21 — Second round Sectional Tourney. Thursday, February 23—Semi-finals Sectional Tourney. Friday, February 24—Junior high exploratory groups change. Saturday, February 25 — Finals Sectional Tourney. Monday, February 27, 7:30 p. m.— First Round District Tourney at Postville; Cresco vs. Decorah. Tuesday, February 28 — Monona vs. winner of Postville sectional tourney at Postville. Wednesday, March 1 — Young Farmers class. Monday, March 6—FFA meeting. Tuesday, March 7—-Merit Scholar examination. Wednesday, March 8 — County Educational Council; Young Farmers class. Thursday, March 9—Athletic banquet hTall purpose room. Friday, March 10, 8:00 p. m.— Annual grade program. Saturday March 11—Letterman's Hop. Monday, March 13 — Monthly meeting Board of Education. Wednesday, March 15 — Young Farrders class.' Thursday, March 16, 7:00 p. m.— High school faculty meeting. Friday, March 17, 8:00 p. m.— Annual junior high operetta; 12:45, assembly program, all grades; end of third nine weeks period. Saturday, March 18—State speech contest. We sell the mplete line of farm products... [ Boron Lubricating Gasolin* lubricating Gasoline [ Boron Motor Oils [Specialized DX farm Lubricants Our DX Boron Motor Oils — the world's first! — and famous DX farm greases and lubricants are the finest products of modern petroleum science. They give you top protection against wear—best in their fields! They're sold on DX Sunray's written money-back guarantee. And you'll find our prices are really right. Call for fast, friendly service. Thursday, March 2—Semi-finals of district tourney at Postville; Dorian Instrumental Music Festival. Saturday, March 4—Finals—District Tourney at Postville. I0ME OIL COMPANY 4-3724 POSTVILLE, IOWA INSURANCE Get More — Pay Less AUTOMOBILE FARM LIABILITY FIRE and WIND RODNEY I. SMITH AGENT Winneshiek Mutual Insurance Association Phone Postville 86 4-3158 {FARM LOAN SERVICE FULLY INSURED SALE NORTHEAST IOWA DIVISION AUCTION ?n order to dispose of the personal property of the Ernest Deal Estate, we will Dn the Deal farm located 7 miles Southeast of Waukon on 13 and 1 mile South, miles straight West of Rossville, the following property: Monday, February 13 STARTING AT 10:30 A. M. LUNCH STAND ON GROUNDS 63 HEAD GUERNSEY CATTLE uernsey Cows, Close springers Uernsey Cows, S pringers, to freshen soon . ernsey Cows, "" ng now, bred back 2 Guernsey Cows, Recently fresh and open 7 Guernsey Heifers, Bred 16 Guernsey Heifers, Open yearlings 9 Guernsey Heifer Calves 1 Guernsey Bull, Registered First Grade. (Mrs. Cordes) One reading group has finished "The Little White House' and has started "Under the Apple Tree". We have taken an achievement test. Miss Johnsons first grade invited us to see their dramatization of "Little Ren Hen". We enjoyed it and hope they invite us again. We made a T. V. story for reading class. Groups of four children worked together and made pictures of a story. The pictures were put together and shown on a "T. V." set. It was fun. One day we saw a film on. the sugar bush at Castalia. We were especially interested because it was about Jim Greens family. Jim brought a sample of syrup for us to taste. It is sweet and good! We made pictures of Maplewood Farm and the various processes used in making maple syrup. Thank you, Christine Kittleson for bringing an extra waste basket for the room. It is very convenient to have two baskets. Most of us have colds and we use many pieces of kleenex each day. Steven Friederich has read 28 books. He really is a "bookworm!" (Miss Camp) (Miss Ingersoll) We were studying about the doctor and nurse and how they help us to keep well and healthy. Mrs Dale Anderson came to school to tell us some of the things that nurses and doctors do. She also told us about the school nurses go to. Tuesday, we saw a movie about doctors. In the movie, it told about how the doctor helped a boy who had fallen down the steps and hurt his chin and elbow. It also showed a little boy, Jimmy, getting a check up. Monday, we started a breakfast contest. Every day we mark boxes to show what we ate for breakfast. Each day we should have juice or fruit, cereal, -milk, and bread and butter or other foods such as an egg. We are divided into four teams. Jose, Pete, Tony, and Mary are the leaders of our teams. The team that gets ten points first wins. For the next four weeks, we are having an inspection patrol in our room. We check seven things: face, neck and ears clean, hands and fingernails clean, hair combed, teeth brushed, clothes neat and straight, clothes buttoned and fas' tened and shoes laced and tied. Sometimes we check to see that everyone has a clean handkerchief. If everything is good, we get a white soap sticker. If we forget one thing, we get a yellow sticker, and if we forget more than one, a red sticker. In art, we drew pictures of ourselves. The "Snowflakes" reading group read some stories about the city, so they made a city with 'boxes. We now have 19 dental cards in, countiny Karilyn Lenth's, Beverly Hansmeier's and Jack Knight's. Third Grade. (Miss Cremer) Work and activity have been filling every moment of our school day lately. We have been studying hard in all of our hubjects. In arithmetic we are working on the process of carrying two-place numbers. Parts of things, called fractions, proved to be interesting, too. Now we are looking forward to learning how to borrow. Studying the parts of a letter and the correct punctuation of a letter has been our big task in English class the last few days. Writing letters is fun. We intend to draw names, write a short letter to the person whose name we draw, mail it in a stamped envelope and then wait and see if the mailman deliv­ ers it to the classmate we wrote t*. | Silk, wool and cotton are the main topics we have been discussing in social studies in our clothing unit., Most of us didn't realize how many processes cloth goes through before we buy it as a finished product. Norma Amundson and Patricia Brandenburg have returned their dental cards. There are only a few students in our room that still have their cards to return. February is a busy month of the year. Valentine decorations have made our room look very attractive. We are looking forward to our party. We are finding a lot of good books to read in our library. We had eight people who gave good book reports and there are more people waiting to give them. We learned in English class that there are special steps we take in giving a good report. It makes them more interesting. Taking care of birds during the winter was a subject we liked in science. We also wrote interesting pet stories. Some were about funny things pets do. Others told about favorite pets, and some were about exciting things that might happen if we had a pet. Fractions, rectangle, square and equal were new words for us in arithmetic. We have a bulletin board showing us the parts of things. Our new bulletin board is overflowing. We have found many exciting events in our newspapers. Most of us were able to visit our new hospital and some of us brought pictures and articles to share. We are proud to have such a nice hospital in Postville. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) Jeanann Brainard and Randi Harris have had birthdays this past week. We want to thank these girls for their treats. This past week we have been studying about tuberculosis. We are hoping our parents will let us all get tests to see if we have T. B. Wednesday, February 8, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD T" We all feel we would be braver to 1 is the day we have our T. B. teste. GOOD LINE OF FARM MACHINERY ^ ^ Irmick Deering Super | with heat houser and 238 cultivator Irmick Deering H trac- r aluminum pistons Draulic No. SO ider, with 2 buckets, *now and 1 manure ; Deere 4 bar Rake, rubber McCormick Deering No. 31 Mower, 7-ft„ 2 sickles McCormick Deering No. 8 plow, 2-14 John Deere 14-T baler McCormick Deering No. 200 manure spreader J. D. No. 490 corn planter McCormick Deering blower with 40-foot pipe Surge milker with Mine for 29 cows water heater MILKING EQUIPMEN' Star 7-can cooler, practically new Wash vat per with corn and hay head John Deere PTO hammer mill on rubber John Deere corn shelter, PTO on rubber Red River Special threshing machine Many other items. 14 ten-gallon cans Pails, strainers, etc. McC D. self wash separator GET OUR ... TRUCKLOAD PRICES ON Delivered Grain AND SAVE. IIIMIIllKllllflll POSTVILLE FEED MILL I Elmer Ponsar, Prop. 1 Phone 86 4-7731 Postville 1 take the test than to spend several years in a sanitarium. February 13 For social studies we made pic- (Continued on Page Four) BARGAINS AT LARSON'S SHOPPING CENTER 326 W. Murdock GROCERIES — CLOTHING" FURNITURE - SHOES - SUNDRIES TIRES We Give and Redeem S & H Green Stamps Open Only Friday Evenings; Saturday from 8:00 a. m. to 10:00 p. m.; Sundays and Holidays 8:00 a. m. to 6:00 p. m. THY SERViSOFT IN YOUR HOME... SEE THE DELIGHTFUL. DIFFERENCE IT MAKES Try SERViSOFT Water in your home ... FREE! See the delightful difference SERViSOFT Water will make in laundering ... bathing ... dishwashing ... infant care ... everywhere around the house. Call us for a free home trial today. Absolutely no obligation. SERViSOFT Box 434 Phone 86 4-7452 Postville SOFT WATER SERVICE HAY ; Bales first crop hay Lg ales 2nd crop hay CORN 1250 Bushels oats 450 Bales straw OATS (Ames) 2800 Bushels corn 10 ft. Corn silage 17 SOWS - 1 "BOAR, Br- *" ™»™ h FarroW1 " g ^DealE»«.MIJoftind«« Bechtel. Administrator of Ernest Deal Estate fa StaiTli ^'i A " ^'«*6n, Aucts. Dean Ferris, Rep. Farm Loan I ***** Waukon, Clerk Service, Inc., Cashier kst a . D FAR M LOAN SERVICE, INC. I «• Bank, Bldg., Madison, Wis. Telephone CHerry 94464 ^lllMlllllllltllllMIIIMIIItllllllMMIIIMIIIIIItllllllllllHIlK^ SPECIAL I PAINT 1 VALUES 1 1 LATEX WALL PAINT f White & Beautiful Colord f ONLY $^75 GAL. NY BERG'S Postville, Iowa "So long as there remains a single task being done by men and women which electricity could do as well, electricity must prepare to do it. THOMAS ALVA EDISON 1847-1931 INTERSTATE POWER takes the occasion of National Electric Week to view progress toward Thomas Edison's goal of a better world through the great gift of electricity. Just as in the past, the future growth of electric power will bring more amazing strides in industrial progress, in turn assuring more Jobs, a higher living standard and more prosperity for all. Interstate Power Company will pace this area in continuation of Edison's far-sighted quest. tlHIMIIimtlMtM* 1 Pub//*f>*d by INTERSTATE POWER COMPANY In On of NATIONAL ELECTRIC WEEK. FtbH/uy t-lt

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