Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa on March 29, 1961 · Page 3
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Postville Herald from Postville, Iowa · Page 3

Postville, Iowa
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Wednesday, March 29, 1961
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3K?S «P* Town^played his Hblstelu triplet calves. The calves, a male and two females, were born recently from a cow artificially bred. E-A-S-T-E-R D-A-N-C-E Music Smooth As Glass n Glasser And His Orchestra MONDAY, APRIL 3rd America's No. 1 Western Band EO And His PIONEERS RDAY, IL 8 -c - BRLLROOm CUTTEMBERG, 10 W A ur.. . . DDING ANNIVERSARY CLUB ES MARRIED IN APRIL SEND NAME AND DRESS TO LAKESIDE FOR FREE PASS Good on any one of the following dates: April 8, 15, 22 or 29th. LL 5331 FOR TABLE RESERVATIONS Jt2 KAKLAK Thursday, March 30, 2:30—School closes for Easter vacation. Saturday, April 1—Class A State Indoor Track meet. Monday, April 3 — FFA; classes resumed. Tuesday. April 4—Baseball; Decorah, there. Monday, April 10 — Postville at Valley, baseball; faculty party; monthly meeting, board of education. Tuesday. April 11, 8:00 p. m.— High schuol spring concert. Wednesday, April 12 — County Council dinner; senior high music assembly; night study hall. Thursday, April 13 — Waukon here, baseball; state FFA convention. Friday, April 14, 9:40 — Senior high sing; State FFA convention. Saturday. April 15—Junior class party in all purpose room. Monday, April 17—Valley, here, baseball. Tuesday, April 18 — Assembly, grades one-three; Senior play, 8:001 p. m. • | "Wednesday, April 19, 2:20 —Paid assembly program, grades four-12; night'study hall; FFA banquet. Thursday, April 20, 7:00 p. m.— Waukon, there, baseball; 7:00 p. m., high school faculty meeting. Friday, April 21 — Large group music contest at Waverly. Saturday, April 22—Large group music contest at Waverly. Monday, April 24 — Arithmetic workshop at Cedar Rapids. Tuesday, April 25, -11:07—ITunior high assembly; track meet at Monona; ISEA dinner at Postville. "Wednesday, April 26 — Assembly grades, four-six; 3:30 p. m., junior high relays at Monona. Thursday, April 27 — Sumner, baseball, there. Friday, April 28 — Small groups music contest at Tripoli. Saturday, April 29—Small groups music contest at Tripoli. (Junior high party — Student council in charge). ***** asteR Bonnet These are the times that try •women's souls. But all the mischief youthful fingers may perform can only fray the nerves and upset the budget. You can't spoil Easter. For Easter isn't frills and finery. Easter isn't pride and parading. Easter is the soul's own Life —bright with God's love today —rich with His promise tomorrow. Its adornment is a world at worship . . . souls at one with the risen Christ . . . fulfilling the ageless quest for the beauty and joy which cannot perish. pyrlght 1901, Kclater Adv. Service, Strasburj, V«. HE CHURCH FOR ALL . . . ALL FOR THE CHURCH Th« Church n ihe fteileil factor on tllh (or iKe building of chancier and cilirrnihip. It il a ilorehoute of iriuiil viluti. Without a ilroni Church, ithsr democracy nor cmUxation can rvive. There arc four round tealoni hy every penon should attend aervicei 'lulirly and rupport the Church. They (1) For hit own »aVc. (2) For h'» iloWi rale. (3) For the lale of hii smmunily and nation. (4) For the »ak« I Ihe Church itself, which needi hit ~»oul and material lupport. Plan to go f> dirndl regularly and read your Bible &ily. „ Sunday Monday Tuesday Wednesday Thursday Friday Saturday John Jubti I John 1 Coriuthtans Revelation Mulippuuri Calatians AMAKEE-CLAYTON "LECTRIC COOPERATIVE, INC. TEN OIL CO. dard Oil Products K'S SHELL SERVICE '"estone Tires B MOTOR CO. evrolet — Buick — Olds ROBERTS' SON eed and Seed E OIL CO. complete D-X Service RADE FOOD PRODUCTS ORPORATION ERSTATE POWER CO. ostville, Iowa ER'S and Mrs. Harm Kramer SON SINCLAIR SERVICE oodyear Tires 'S SCHUTTE & SONS ture — Funeral Service MARTINS DAIRY Carnation 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 1-11 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 WILLMAN REAL ESTATE Lorenz Wilhnan, Broker First Grade. (Mrs. Cordes) Many children are absent this week because of measles, chicken pox and bad colds. Christine Kittleson had a tonsilectomy Monday. We hope everyone will be back next week. Because o£ the number missing each day, we are marking time in the book "On Cherry Street." All of the reading groups completed a new book "Fun With Dick and Jane." There were very few new words in it, so it was fun to read. One day David Anderson surprised us with a birthday treat. His birthday is in July! Thank you, David. Though spring has arrived officially, the weatherman does not seem to know it. Each day has been cloudy or snowy. We are anxious for the sun to shine so we can play out of doors. Second Grade. (Mrs. Lammert) Our teacher put new things on our bulletin boards. One of them is about "The Bakery" and the other one is about "Water Appears and Disappears". Greg Knoploh. Tomorrow a man is coming to our room to take a picture of us sitting in our seats. Jeanne Preuss. Terry Flack had a birthday Monday, March 20. He brought a treat. Thank you, Terry. Mary Swenson. Peggy Suckow's mother and sister, Patty, came to visit our room Monday. We like visitors. Norma Peterson. Each of us made something about the bakery which we will put on our Helper's chart. Some of the things we've made are bread, cakes pies, doughnuts, cookies and bread trucks. Sharon Wellner. Fourth Grade. (Miss Camp) Foe English we wrote about what we would like to be when we get older. Gary Gunderson had a birthday and treated the room. Thank you and happy birthday, Gary. A chart was made by Dianne Everman for our spelling sentences each week. Our new science unit has given us a chance to use the microscope. We are studying about how to purify water. A bulletin board and window display have been put up for Easter. The city we are studying about in social studies this week is Phoenix. We have discussed the irrigation processes they use and we saw a movie on irrigation farming. In arithmetic we have started to multiply by two-place multipliers. We have also read many six-place numbers. We have finished reading the book "Little House in the Big Woods" in our room, and we will be starting on "Little House on the Prairie.". During conferences this week Judy Bowles has been our teacher. She has taken us t° library and taught P. E. class for us. Thank you, Judy. We like to have Judy as our cadet teacher. The red reading group finished their books and are now reading a book about pioneer days called Singing Wheels." Fourth Grade. (Miss Paulson) Last week Donna Nagel treated the class to cupcakes and Dean Ohloff gave us candy bars as both people were ten years old and were celebrating their birthdays. Dayton Lenth brought an article on the Civil War for us to look at. We find that Chip Jarms is quite an expert on the subject as he has done a lot of reading on the subject. Our unit on electricitj' in science is coming along nicely. Paula Overland and Beverly Meyer did an experiment to show static electricity. We have also done an experiment which shows about insulators and conductors. A movie about circuits was seen. In art class we drew portraits of one another and had a gay time doing so. However we learned to draw what we see and a little about faces of people. Everyone enjoys looking at the pictures and we found that most of them need name identification. Seven-A. After learning the importance of public speaking and the various ways of preparing speeches, we are now giving short talks. In mathematics, social studies, and science we have had tests and are now starting new topics such as: simple geometry in mathematics, petroleum in social studies, and magnets in science. In music we are studying about music during Biblical times. Bruce Turner, reporter. Seven-B. I find that school is getting to be very interesting. In speech class we are learning how to write speeches, what to write about, and also the different kinds of speeches Our science class is studying about magnets. We are doing different experiments to see how the lines of force on the magnets are structured. In mathematics class we are finishing up our chapter on geometric designs. To do this we are takin; the tests at the ends of the chapter. English class is getting very complicated, for our teacher is teaching two subjects all at once, Some of us are using the SRA Reading Laboratory, while others are doing English that they missed Physical education is a lot of fun We are doing all kinds of turn Wednesday, March 29, 1961 POSTVILLE (Iowa) HERALD 3 bling. Although we all have gone home with a few bumps and scratches it was worth it. In music class we are writing reports about famous composers. Connie Tyler, reporter. Miiiiiiiiiiiiiiiimiiiiiiiiiim May the coming of this Holy Day refresh your spirit and bring joy to your heart as once again you relive the message of life eternal this Easter Sunday. Postville State Bank 1872 — 1961 WE OFFER A COMPLETE BANKING SERVICE Member of F. D. I. C. sill HIGH TEST AGRICULTURAL LIME ROCK FOR CONCRETE CHIP AND CRUSHED ROCK AVAILABLE NOW CHECK OUR PRICES—the most reasonable in th« Postville Vicinity. Leave Orders With .... FRANK TEHEL, Postville Or Call Your Orders To ... . Dial 56 8-3515, 56 8-3532, 56 8-2456 Or Stop at the Quarry on Highway 51 R. J. Cooney Construction Co. WAUKON, IOWA Model for model... there are 111 Chevrolet.? lower priced than ana other full-sized ear! Leave it to these Jet-smooth Chevies to go easy on your family budget! All told there are 18 Chevrolets-V8's and 6's-priced lower than comparable competitive models*. 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