4 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD School News- (Continued from Page Three) our combinations through nine Terry Szabo. In our spare time we write stories on the board. Before we go home in the afternoon we read the story we wrote to the class. The class tells \is what we can do to make our story better. Jeffery Handke. Last Thursday we made snow flakes by cutting designs from paper that was folded a special way. We pasted the snowflakes on colored paper. They were pretty Anita Suckow. Most of us have been talking about the train wreck. Most of us have been up to look at it. Craig Wander. So far 18 dental cards have been PIPER BROS. Artificial Breeding Service FROZEN SEMEN Tour Choice of 27 Proven and Classified Sires Dally TOPS IN SERVICE PHONE 86 4-3112 Postville ALAN BEHNKEN Technician tfc. ^imtnrttiniiiiiiiiiiiiMiiiiiitiiiMiiiitiiitiiiiiifuiiiitiiiiif^ SPECIAL 1 PAINT 1 i VALUES 1 IATEX WALl PAINT White & Beautiful Colors! ONLY $-j 75 GAL. | NYBERG'S | Postville, Iowa ^ltltllllllUIIIIIIIII||Illltii|||iiM|||IIl|l|llllllfflllUIII|IH(^ Wednesday, March 1, 1961 HERE'S HOW TO CARE FOR YOOR CARPETS brought back. We hope the rest of the children will go to the dentist so they can have their card put up. Norma Peterson. Saturday was Joel's birthday. He brought his treat of candy bars, Friday. Happy Birthday, Joel, and thank you for the treat. Peggy Suckow. Fourth Grade.. (Miss Camp) Our class is studying electricity in science. Some people are doing experiments on static elec tricity. We have a bulletin board on di vision and multiplication. If we tell the answers in one-half minute we get to put our name on the bulletin board. We are finishing our writing books this week. Certificates will be given for those who write satisfactorily. Lincoln and Washington are representatives for this month on our bulletin board for February. Poems about each of these men are up, too. For the upper grade assembly two reading groups are doing short skits. Those in the skits are Mark Boese, oxen; Jeffery Lange, oxen; David Benson, oxen; Randy Mork, oxen; and Bradley Brainard, lion. For the other skit we have Jeffery Harris, business man; Timmy Hale, explorer and hunter; and Sandra Miene, narrator. Jane Deering, Sandra Friederich and Dianne Everman are doing a song-act. For social studies we have been reading about Minneapolis. Minneapolis is known as the "bread and butter basket" city. Barbara Duwe and Diana Brinker, reporters. Seven-A. In home economics, the boys of Seven-A and Seven-B are studying the planning of houses. We have finished the chapter on poetry in literature and have started reading prose. For science we are studying why and how materials burn. We have finished our chapter on coal in social studies. Now we are studying iron ore. In music we are working on famous composers. We also have to write two reports a week on different composers. We are studying angles in mathematics, such as reflex and acute. Phillip Smith, reporter. Seven-B. How interesting it has been in Agriculture learning about dairy and beef cattle, what they eat to produce the milk we drink, and the meat we find on our tables. We have just finished an experiment in science showing what happens when iron rusts. We started a new unit in How we use and control Fire. Tests seem to be the order of the day. We had one in mathematics Tuesday it was on how to find the area of a room. Thursday we had a test on iron ore in social studies. Tuesday we had a test in reading. And Friday we had a spelling test. Sue Radloff, reporter. Typing. (Mrs. Hoven) The following sophomores have Iowa City, Iowa January 24 —Did you know that nylon carpeting made from dull fibers is more soil- resistant than that made from shiny fibers? Or that cotton carpeting shows soil more quickly than wool? The most important part of carpet care involves knowing the fiber content of the carpet, says Jeannine Welch, instructor in home eco-i nomics at The State University of Iowa. Wool, the acrylics and nylon may he easily ; cleaned by either home or professional methods, but professional cleaning is recommended for acetate, cotton and rayon, especially if the carpets are heavily soiled, Mrs. Welch says. You will probably prefer to remove a minor spot on any carpet yourself, but if your carpet has I large stains or is very dirty, you will benefit by having the carpet cleaned professionally, she continues. Some carpet manufacturers recommend professional cleaning every five years, but this also will depend upon the use you give the carpet, Mrs. Welch explains. A carpet in a seldom-used room might not need cleaning that often, but carpeting in a dining room, for example, may need to be professionally oleaned every year or two. Wool, the acrylics and dull-fi- bered nylon are quite soil-resistant, with acetate and cotton somewhat less soil-resistant. Rayon carpeting is the least soil resistant carpeting. Nylon and the acrylics are also resistant to stains. Most carpets sold today are mothproofed, Mrs. Welch says, but check the label of wool carpeting to be sure it has been permanently mothproofed. The acrylics and nylon are mildew-resistant and can be washed with soap and water, but you should always be careful not to get any carpet too wet, Mrs. Welch cautions. Foam-type cleaners now on the market are effective for cleaning slightly soiled carpeting, she continues. Your dealer can recommend a cleaner or cleaning kit that may be used with satisfac tory results. for rural and suburban homes, BETTER LIVING with PHILGAS 1 " -'•-^'•• :; &fck ;\0i • THE AIL-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, automatically. 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. FISH FOR FARM PONDS Largemouth bass fry will be stocked only during the spring hatching period this year. Orders from farm plans approved and post-marked by May 1, 1961, and those received too late for last year's stocking will be filled. Orders post-marked after May 1 will be held over until next spring. There is to be no fall stocking of bass in farm ponds. Bluegills are no longer available for general farm pond stocking, but may be requested by conservation officers for large water areas that receive heavy public use. Largmouth bass fry will be delivered to a central location in each county in plastic bags at a ratio of 200 fish per surface acre of water. Pond owners to receive shipments of bass will be notified by post cards as to place, date and time of delivery. Local conservation officers can supply additional information. earned typing pins for three minute tests given during the past few weeks: Forty-words-p e r-m i n u t e, with five or less errors: Jennifer Overland, Janeen Lawson, Elaine Miller, Diane Stover, Dorothy Kuhse, Charlene Adam, Evelyn Friederich, 'Judy Livingood, Bonnie Ruroden, Joy Waters and Linda Pape. Janeen Lawson and Jennifer Overland have earned fifty work-per- minute pins, and Janeen has the honor of being the first of the class to quality for a sixty word-per- minute pin. 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 MARIANNA PROPANE CO. Phone 86 4-7451 Postville, low* Two-Wiy R*dV> on tracks for faster, more rfdeswU service. HARD OF HEARING! ZENITH EXTEN DED RANGE HEARING AID »»*'/, wider frequency range brings In sounds never before reproduced through present conven* tlonal hearing aids. • Vastly Improved the hearing of • out ol to wearers tested—In actual test among people who wear hearing aids. That's all that is required to convince most anyone with a hearing loss that here is the closest thing to normal hearing—next to normal hearing itself. "LIVING SOUND") Hearing Aids RITCHIE'S JEWELRY Between the Banks Prairie du Chien, Wise. Yom On NEST With Your Shopping Dollars! Why should your shopping dollars leave town to help build up somebody else's community? You live HERE. Your children are growing up HERE. You help make THIS a better place for all, when you Shop You have a definite stake in this community. It is measured not only in the money which you may have invested in a home or other property here, but (even more meaningfully) in the years of your life that you have invested (and will invest) here. Better school, church, recreational and other civic facilities add up to a happier more satisfying life for you and your family. The dollars you spend at home help to pay the taxes and provide the contributions that support these services. Truly, they help to "feather your own nest!" YOU GET MORE THAN MERCHANDISE FOR THE DOLLARS YOU SPEND AT HOME. Auto Dealers and Repair Falb Motor Company Frese Garage Postville Auto Sales Banks Citizens State Bank Postville State Bank Blacksmith Ellis Blacksmith Dairies Martins Dairy Waters Dairy Drug Store Groff Drug Egg Buyers Postville Egg Co. Electric Motor Repair Electric Motor Shop Electricians D & J Electric 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 Don's Jewelry 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 "66" Service Shoe Stores Schutta's Shoe Store Tindell Shoe Store • Tank Wagon Service * JJ Dale Fichtel Standard ®®% Utilities R. B. A.
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