Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on February 22, 1961 · Page 3
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iRLAK February 23— Seml-fln- |l tourney, 7:30 p. m. february 24—Junior high 1 groups change. February 25 — Finals urney, 7:30 p. m: February 27, 7:30 p, m.— District Tourney at fcresco vs. Decorah. Tuesday, February 28 — Monona vs. winner of Postville sectional tourney at Postville, 7:30 p. in. Wednesday, March 1 — Young Farmers class. Thursday, March 2—Semi-iinals of district tourney at Postville, 7:30 p. m.—Dorian Instrumental music festival. Saturday, March 4, 7:30 p. m.— Finals; district tourney at Postville Monday, March G—FFA meeting. Tuesday, March 7—Merit Scholar examination. Wednesday, March 8 — County Educational Council; Young Farmers class. Thursday, March 9—Athletic banquet in all purpose room. Friday, March 10, 8:00 p. m.— Annual grade program. Saturday March 11—Letterman's Hop. March 13-18—Kindergarten registration for 1961-62. life insurance means Investment Quotient — hat you get for what you pay in premiums. My company leads all others in I. Q. BOYD B. TURNER THE NORTHWESTERN LIFE-INSURANCE Greene MUTUAL CO. Phone 86 4-3121 Monday, MaiHh 13 — Monthly meeting Board of Education. Wednesday, March 15 — Young Farmers class. Thursday, March 16, 7:00 p. m.— High school faculty meeting. Friday, March 17, 8:00 p. rn.— Annual junior high operetta; 12:45, assembly program, all grades; end of third nine weeks period; State speech contest. Saturday, March 18—State speech contest. Tuesday, March 21, 7:30 p. m.— Track Rules meeting at Postville. Wednesday, March 22, 11:07—Junion High sing; Young Farmers class. Thursday, March 23 —Classroom pictures taken at elementary school. Friday, March 24—State Speech contest. Saturday, March 25 — Class B Slate Indoor Track meet at Iowa City. Tuesday, March 28, 3:40—Classes dismissed for Easter vacation. • • • • • First Grade. (Mrs. Cordes) On; Valentine party was fun. We w.-nt to thank the mothers who pUfnncd the treats for us. They are: Mrs. Ted Green, Mrs. John Kittleson, Mrs. Ray Martin, Mrs. Eugene Schroeder. Mrs. Lauren Trudo. Mrs. Mary Ann Anderson and Mrs. William Enyart. Steven Friederich brought a branch from a tree that has buds on it. The spring-like weather of the past weeks must have fooled the trees. We put the branch into 8 c^J c **J c **J c**» ir^* cr»-* m*** c ^j <T*J?-~J C-*J r-*o C-*J c^r) C^D cr*o c^s o*J) c*-* I J® 1 if \/ IP 1 ' 11 P\ ; A [ Somehow we don't think of the baby's bas- Jette as a "scientific development." But it is. 1 l It has been designed to protect a child from erior hazards—and from himself. ] Religion isn't what we would call "scientific." But it, too, embraces this theory of dou- We protection. ' W ; The man or woman who worships God faith- aij^y is prepared for the unexpected crises in K. And his mature conscience is ready to cope |h temptation.' I This isn't to say that nothing ever poes long for the ardent church-goer. But he meets l|h outward or inward challenge with ade- jjjjfflpe spiritual resources. r MI Tllere are impelling reasons why you need fc'tjfe Church and its undergirding strength. And r*flp- every one that is evident today, there are oil ers you'll confront tomorrow. Kthtrr AJt, SfruVf, S/rj|/>*rr, V*. It li a storehouse of spiritual values. Without a strong Church, neither democracy nor civilization can survive. There are four sound rcMons why every person should attend services regularly and support the Church. They are: (1) For his own sake. C) For his children's wke. (3) For the sake of his community and nation. (4) For the salec of the Church itself, which needs his moral and material support. Tlan to RO to church regularly'and read your Bible daily. Hoot Chapter Veraea RHULAMAKEE - CLAYTON PILECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. m $TEN OIL CO. laniard Oil Products IKS SHELL SERVICE Irestone Tires IB MOTOR CO. jhevrolet — Buick — Olds it. ROBERTS' SON feed and Seed KE OIL CO. complete D-X Service »RADE FOOD PRODUCTS 0RPORATION t lSTATE POWER CO. tvrille, Iowa -AER'S r. and Mrs. Harm Kramer fSON SINCLAIR SERVICE loodyear Tires JIS SCHUTTE & SONS inniture — Funeral Service MARTINS DAIRY Carnal ion Dairy Products MEYER PLUMBING AND HEATING Plumbing — Heating — Wiring OVERLAND HATCHERY Hy-Line Chicks POSTVILLE EGG CO. Buyers of Eggs POSTVILLE FEED MILL 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 Insures— Service that Endures V AND J CAFE and Dining Room WILLMAH REAL ESTATE Lorenz Willman, Broker water and will watch the buds unfold. Some of the children from Miss Ingersoll's second grade class came to our room to read and dramatize stories. We enjoyed the program very much. Second Grade. (Miss Holtzman) We have started a new unit in social studies about the; post office. We are learning many things about it that we didn't know before. Everyone brought a shoe-box to school to help build a post office in our room. We all have a mail box of our own. Later, we will add more to it. Everyone had fun at our Valentine party. We got many pretty cards. We would like to thank the mothers on the food committee lor their fine work. For language and writing we wrote a letter to a group of second graders is Missoula, Montant. We are anxious to hear from them now. We are sorry to be losing David Reisner from our class. He is moving soon; and will'go'to school at Cascade. Second Grade. (Mrs. Lammert) Valentine Day was a big day for us! Last week we made valentine people to put up in our room. Yesterday we had a party. Mothers came to help. They brought ice cream and cookies for our lunch. Thank you, Mothers. Anita Suckow. One of our bulletin boards asks this question: What will happen to this letter? We will try to find the answer as we study about the post office. Jeffery Handke. This is the day we go back into the all-purpose room to have our tuberculin test read. Lorna Pape. We made valentines for our helpers' chart. Everyone used his own idea. They are all different. Sharon Wellner. Third Grade. (Miss Peterson) We have found that February is a "Birthday Month." Our bulletin board tells us the important dates of George Washington and Abraham Lincoln's birthdays. We have found many books that tell us about the interesting lives these two men lived. Our valentine party was lots of fun. We received many nice valentines. We also read a valentine story telling us many of the customs of this traditional holiday. Borrowing has been an interesting topic in arithmetic. With the use of our pocket chart we are obtaining a good understanding of what we really do when we borrow. We hope that our parents liked the cards and verses we made for them on valentine's day. We also made make-believe people and animals by cutting different heart- shapes. We enjoyed the different ideas people had for this art project. Everyone in our room "took the tuberculin tests. We were glad to find that we didn't have any tuberculosis germs. We are learning how to write good letters in English. A big letter form we have in our room helps us see how we should, write a letter. Third Grade. (Miss Cremer) Our room had a nice valentine party. We exchanged valentines, played games and had a delicious lunch that five of our mothers brought. We would like to thank Gregory Groth's mother and Marsha Everman's mother for helping to make our party such fun. We've been working very hard in arithmetic. We have been reviewing carrying and this past week we learned a new process called "borrowing". We have been working with objects and bundles of paper and grouping them into ten's and one's to demonstrate what happens when we borrow. We all agreed that this new process is fun. Mark's reading group made a huge mural of our last story. The people in this group have been studying root words and word endings. Kent's group is working hard on syllabication. We are learning that there are many rules for dividing words into syllables. Marsha Everman celebrated her birthday last week. She treated us with candy bars. We've been discussing Abe Lincoln and George Washington since their birthday is celebrated this month. We saw two fllmstrips on their lives. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) On Monday Carolyn Fordyce brought her birthday treat. Thank you for the nice heart-shaped cookies. We. had our TB tests on Monday too. Everyone was very brave so Miss Camp treated the room for that and valentine's day. Our valentine's party was held the last hour on Tuesday. We looked at our valentines, had refreshments, and played two games. The party was planned by committees. Chairmen for the three com- cittees were Bradley Brainard, Mark Boese and Barbara Duwe. For science we will be starting a new unit on electricity. Bonnie Doerring and Dianne Everman, reporters. Fourth Grade. (Miss Paulson) On Tuesday we had our valentine party. Donna Nagel, Dayton Lenth and Timmy Hale won prizes. We opened our valentines and found them interesting. We ate a lunch of rice-krispy cookies with hearts on them, doughnuts, cupcakes, potato chips and kool-aid. We are going to lose a member of our class. His name is Dennis Reisner. He is moving to Cascade, which is north of Dubuque, on the 18th of February. He will be at tending a country school. In social studies we are studying about Seattle, Washington. Seattle is near Canada and the Pacific coast. Many trees grow in the Northwest. These trees furnish much of our lumber. Like New York and New Orleans, Seattle has a good harbor. The harbor is formed from an arm of the ocean called Puget Sound. Nine stars for the boys and 37 stars for the girls are on the bulletin board for perfect spelling. This week we have a big test. We hope we will have many perfect papers. Seven-B. The boys in home economics are Wednesday, February 22, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 3 busy making plans for their dream ' The last few weeks we hive been homes. We hope we will have learning how materials change in. enough money to build them some science class. We had to learo day. (Continued on Page Four) ^MIIIIIIIItlllllllllillllllllllllllHMIIIMIIIIIIIIIl MMIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIIHlllllllllllltlHIIItllHHIilllillllHtm Just as soon as you place a dollar in our bank it reports for duty to the loan department. The first job may be to help a man buy a ear or tractor. It may I be used to finance a merchant, improve a home or I for any of a hundred duties that create employment | and stimulate business. When money is invested out | of town it does nothing to help local people. Busi- I ness stagnates. | Buy at home and bank at home. That's the way to | keep our community a good place in which to live I and raise a family. 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It all came about through a delightful blend of Full Coil suspension, precision-balanced wheels, unique chassis cushioning, and a superb Body by Fisher insulated to hush away road sounds. All this adds Impala i-Door Sedan-Jei-tmooth iratcler thai rivalt the luxury can in everything but price up to less sway, less jounce, less dip, less dive, less tilt, less noise, less... well you name it. Now combine this Jet-smooth ride with conveniences to pamper you and roominess to relax in. Add a full measure of quiet good looks. Votto, you've got Chevy's formula. And the proof is in the riding. When you sample a Jet-smooth Chevy at your Chevrolet dealer 's we think you'll find it just to your taste. Seethe new Chevrolet cars, Chevy Corvairs and the new Corvette at your _^_^?|^.^f^? *^f„ FALB MOTOR CO. LAWLER STREET POSTVILLE, IOWA PHONE 86 4-7444

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