Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 8, 1961 · Page 9
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IIFE 0\V st loss of wildlife on ways occurs during irly April. State Gon- mmisslon game men lie to last year's cover lowest effectiveness, n's vegetation is flat- iw, freezing rain and longer offers effective 'n many of the usual e result is that some to are forced to the doubtful protection' of sheltered highway ditches. "Spring food supplies nre low and highways and farm roads are tempting with scattered grain from trucks on the way to market. The mating season also brings a loss of fear and caution. "Give the wildlife a break. Sound your horn and drive slowly when [ you spot any form of wildlife on the highway." If you have anything to buy, sell or rent— advertise in The Herald. FECIAL FOR . . . LLAR DAYS 3Q GALLON EM GAS WATER HEATERS $69.00 US' Heating and Plumbing LOREN MEYER 6 4-3941 » PostvHIe, Iowa 1 p. m- reg- ALS FOR . . . 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Saturday March 11—Letterman's Hop. March 13-18—Kindergarten istratioh for 1961-62. Monday, March 13 —Monthly meeting of Board of Education; night study hall. Wednesday, March 15 — Young Farmers class; night study hall. Friday, March 17, 8:00 p. m.— Annual junior high operetta; 12:45, p. m„ paid assembly program, grades k-12; end "of third nine weeks period; State Speech Contest; Boys State tourney. Saturday, March 18—State speech contest; Boys State tourney. Tuesday, March 21, 7:30 p. m.—" Track Rules meeting at Postville. Wednesday, March 22, 11:07—Junion High sing; Young Farmers class; Night Study hall. Thursday, March 23 — Classroom pictures taken at Darling elemen tary school: junior-senior high faculty meeting, 7:00 p. m. Saturday, March 25 — Class B State Indoor Track meet at Iowa City. Tuesday, March 28, 3:40—Classes dismissed for Easter vacation. Monday, April 3—FFA meeting. Wednesday, April 5—Classes resumed. Friday, April 7, 8:00 p. m.—Senior play. Saturday, April 8—Junior Class party in all purpose room. Monday, April 10 — Postville at Valley, baseball; faculty party; monthly meeting, board of education ***** First Grade. (Mrs. Cordes) There was great excitement in our room when we noticed a butterfly emerging from a crysalis we had kept all winter. We watched as it fluttered its wings to dry them. It was a black swallowtail! We are sorry that it died because we did not have proper food for it at this season of the year. George Willis brought the caterpillar that made the crysalis. Christine Kittleson brought some cotton that her parents had sent to her from the South. Carol Schultz also brought some that her family had picked. We saved some seeds and will plant them to see if they will grow in Iowa. We are enjoying our new jumping ropes. First Grade. The first graders in Miss Targe- IllllilllillUlllllllllllllllllliyillllllllllllllllilllH FOR . .. THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY HI •iiiiiiiiiiiiiiuii •unuiiiiiHiiiiiiii mil iiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiiii" """""" u""""'"!'""""" 1 " 1 "" 1 1111111111111 son's room made a cut out form for their bulletin board. They have painted pictures of some of the stories they were reading and also wrote some of their own about a picture. Marilyn Messier returned her dental-card, to add a car to the good health train. The boys and girls are finding stories in the library and reading them for the class in the story time. Second Grade. (Miss Ingersoll) In science we are reading about how water evaporates. "When it goes into the air it is called water vapor. We also have been trying to find out when it will be the first day of spring. Marsha Gunderson told us it would.be the 20th of March. We are talking about the postman and how letters are sent from one place to another. We are seeing how many different stamps we! can get. Some are four cent, three] cent, and some are airmail stamps, j We saw a robin the 28th of February. Spring must be' coming soon. We have learned all of our a b c's in writing. We finished our breakfast chart game. Smaxey's team was first; Pete's team second; Tony's team third and Jose's team was last. Clifford Marlow, Larry Olson, Karilyn Lenth, Cryil Livingood, Larry Moore, John Meade and Grant Mork ate a good breakfast every day. Carol Harris, Douglas Lenth, and Ronda McNally only missed one day. We got two dental cards back this week, Cyril Livingood's and Reid Koenig's. Ronda McNally and Cyril Livingood, reporters. Second Grade. (Miss Holtzman) Everyone in our room has been busy this week writing letters. We all wrote a letter to a relative or| friend. We brought envelopes and stamps from home. When we went to visit the post office on Thursday, we mailed our letters. We received an answer from our pen pals in Missoula, Montana this week. They have 29 children in their class, too. They also sent a picture so we could see what they look like. Spring is arriving in our room. The branches that George Brainard brought have all budded out, and some of them are starting to leaf out. In science we are starting a new unit called "Water Appears, and Disappears." We are each keeping a record of the weather during March on our own calendars. Our big front bulletin-board is decorated with the kites we made in art. There are many different kinds. They are all pretty. Second Grade. (Mrs. Lammert) We made spatter paintings of two presidents, Lincoln and Wash ington, for art last Thursday. Joe Harris. Today is the first of March. It came in like a lamb. Anita and Joe were chosen to make our March calendar. Scott Mork. Several of us volunteered to draw a mural which will show what happens to a letter after it is in the post office. Mary Swenson. Norma's group is making a booklet about "Round Go the Wheels" The booklet has pictures and stories they have drawn and writ ten about cars, tractors, trucks and trains. Jeanne Preuss. We added a window and letter slot to our post office. Each day there is a new postmaster who sorts the letters and sell stamps. Yesterday we saw a movje called Where Do Letters Go?" It was a good movie. Michael Reinhardt. Last week Mr. Whitcome brought some rope for us to jump rope with. At recess time everyone wants a rope. Wyatt Schultz. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) This week our red reading group put on a play for a group in Miss i Paulson's room. The name of the play was "Kosha—The Cow". For science we have been reading about magnets. We find them very interesting to work with. In arithmetic we are adding and subtracting fractions. We find this much easier when we use cut outs or diagrams. We have been playing volley ball in P. Fi. class this past week. The past week has been spent for reviewing the cities of Seattle and Minneapolis. We saw a movie on "Filleting and Packaging Fish." Our reporter this week was Randi Harris. Wednesday, March 8, VSfil POSTVILLE ilowa) HERALD 9 Fourth Grade. (Miss' Paulson) Harold Messier celebrated his birthday by treating the class to candy bars. Thank you, Harold. Alan Martindale returned his dental card this week. That makes 17 now. Roger.. Schutte is a new member of our class. He came on Thursday. We hope he likes our school and the boys and girls in our class. (Continued on Page Ten) DRESSES One Rack | / Values to *!7 98 •/O pp|f r PRICE — NOW — /ZPKKt RIP DRY PRINTS J N ^; O1 H0SE Values to $1.29 | nifcvn yards for $1.00 1 2 pair for $1.00 PURE WAT E R IMPORTANT TO CHILDREN'S WELFARE, COMFORT, CLEANLINESS ONE ODD LOT OF J BARGAIN RACK CURTAINS S HOUSE DRESSES — ETC. Vz PRICE I 98* *MM ^—j—«» MW,MI— COLOR - so SQUARE | BARGAINS GALORE PRINTS | 0N 0UR 29* yd. I BARGAIN TABLE Wlltll • r Mr. and Mrs. Harm J. Kramer Postville, Iowa 3 SERViSOFT SOFT WATER SERVICE on a low-cost • fOft MMU SERViSOFT Box 434 Phone 86 4-7452 Postville FOR D, ar uays Friday — Saturday Beige and White J0LENE WEDGIES $6.95 Schutta Sh SHOE REPAIRING oes POSTVILLE, IOWA HERALD WANT ADS BEING RESULTS* THURSDAY - FRIDAY - SATURDAY 6 piece Limed Oak Dining Room Suite Consisting of: Buffet, Dropleaf Extension Table and 4 Chairs Dollar Day Price $197.00 Regular Price $239.00 Bedroom Suites — HIGH QUALITY Consisting of: Double Dresser, Bookcase Bed, Chest of Drawers E n p ri ce iHuo Dollar Day Price $295.00 . K w2 vSSo Dollar Day Price $229.00 lef BcSSST. Dollar Day Price $225.00 ieg d &69.oo Dollar Day Price $219.00 Dinette Suites ~ NEW BR0NZE FINISH 36 x 48 x 60 Table and 4 Chairs Reprice jmoo Dollar Day Price $109.00 L^price $129.00 Dollar Day Price $ 99.00 Reprice $u9.5o Dollar Day Price $ 95.00 Swivel Rockers -ASSORTED FABRICS S arI ' ri,c Dollar Day Price $ 27.75 Large Lounge Chairs SSSF !^ : Dollar Day Price $ 94.50 SPECIAL —VINYL FLOOR COVERING $1.19 sq. yd. . in 9 and 12 ft. Widths MANY OTHER ITEMS SPECIALLY PRICED. Louis Schutte and Sons Largest Stock of Furniture in Northeast Iowa PHONE 86 4-3911 POSTVILLE, IOWA

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