Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 5, 1961 · Page 5
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 5

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, October 5, 1961
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Fayette School News Hot Lunch - ei-s of America will sponsor tnc sponsor nc Monday — Creamed chicken on Corn Harvest Safety program in tatoes, green beans. milk . alx ' a thls fal1 ' Thc y are ask " ' , . m . ' " brownies, egg salad sandwiches' >nR you> Ml '" Corn Kai ' mcr . -if yon " havo reconditioned and adjusted fruit cup. Tuesday Second Grade — —Mrs. D. Everett Much of our time this past week has been spent learning the long and short sound of -i-. Most of us understand and arc coming along nicely. Rickie Keefer celebrated his birthday this past week and treated the class to candy. Thank you Rickie! We are all working to become good readers. The students reading Cherry Street are working especially hard on accuracy. In order to be a good reader however we realize that we must work for accuracy and speed. The fact that 'ten ones' arc equal to 'one ten' is understood by almost every one in the room now. We studied very hard and experimented with many objects to learn this. Art last Friday consisted of paint blot pictures. — Chili, -™ Ir corn - pickc ' r to ico. Our class project map of Mexico is about completed. Also our project booklets on Mexico are about finished. We have had discussions in Social Studies class about the- death 'of Dag Hammarskjohl and the crisis in Berlin. This year we arc gj.-jrl for the help of our room mothers who arc Mrs. Clarence Lau and Mrs. Donald Culligan. Fourth Grade — Grade — —Janeen Dilley and Howie Hubbcl] We made posters on "Good Manners" for Language. We picked out the best ones and put them on the bulletin board. Our class had a science test on unit 2. We are studying about burning and combustible substances. In History we have learned how the English took over the French territory as far as the Mississippi River. In Arithmetic we are studying the division of decimals and tin- placing of the decimal point in the multiplication of decimals. Home Economics; Donald in Shop I: Arnold in Shop II; and Marcella in Typing I. These girls and Arnold are also having Physical Education with Senior High Classe.;. Others in the room take Physical Education and Music with Junior High and with fifth and sixth grade children. We are about to begin sonic weaving on the loom. We have a great deal of material ready and some people with exlra time will begin to work at this project. Sinda and Phyllis have been absent several days this week. milk, . apricot sauce, cake. Thursday — Hot pork gravy on potatoes, sunshine salad, apple crisp, milk, peanut IniUer sandwiches. Fi iuay — Tomato soup, crackers, tuna salad sandwiches, cuke, clu ,-se slicks, milk, pear sauce. Future Farmers to Sponsor safety program MAYNARD — The West Ci n- tr.nl chapter of the Future Farm- , 4 «* amai ""^cssary nc- Jim Hai-r^on, president of the- chapter, suggests that you clu-el: to be sure shields and gu.iv.ls a> • ..i place he-fore you begin to op- crate the picker and to always u-car close filling clothing. Gloves with extra thumbs are very dangerous around mechanical equipment. Harrison says "hurry and haste do not fit in witn proper, efficient and safe corn picking". Then he aJtls "shut off the power to fie picker when you leave the tractor si-at and be sure of your f ..ot in.-,' wJi;n ill-mounting for f'llls can result in broken limbs a.i.l losl time." They suggest removing trash and dirt, which accumulates around the hot manifolds and ex- hau :; assembly to avoid fire, carrying a fire extinguisher at all I nic.s, and the use of tractor i-ng- ... • shield-: for fire protection. Gary Brownell, a mpmbyr e.f 111.' chaptt ;• says "take a break, stretch your legs and rest your ear drums occasionally when picking corn" and concludes with "an operator who is cold, stiff and tired is very susceptible to accidents." Seventy FFA members will participate in the safety program, apply safety stickers on farm equipment and leave reminder cards to help prevent accidents. SELL YOUR DON'T WANTS WITH LEADER WANT ADS —Mrs. Swart/ People enjoying classes with High School groups this year are: Phyllis, Marcclla and Donna in We have been busy writing letters for Language class. Many of us needed more work in writing them correctly. In conjunction with this we visited the post c . , „, office. We were mainly impressed ^PCC'al Education — with the cancelling machine and we appreciated Mr. Davis' explaining of the post man's duties. Ed Bradley and Jim Alderson brought fungi to school. Jim showed us a large "powder puff" and Ed some sulfer mushrooms. Cindy Shepard showed us some pressed sawdust used at campsites in Yellowstone Park. In Arithmetic we are working with 2 and 3 division and story problems. A quiz on our basic seven foods consist of our health studies. French and Dutch explorers are the topics of discussion in Social Studies. For Art we are making fire prevention postures. Fifth Grade — —Mrs. Downing's section The fifth grade enjoyed movies about Daniel Boone and early colonial homes this week during Social Studies class. We have completed our study of Daniel. Boone and are beginning the study of the Louisiana Purchase. We have learned to spell the names of the thirteen colonies for our extra words in spelling. We didn't have .as many perfect spelling papers last week. Several of us missed only one word. That word was "chief." Our Beading workbooks arrived this week. We are working hard on the phonetic skills listed in these books.' We completed our Farm unit in Science class today. John Orr .brought some farm plants for us to see. During the period that we discussed the water systems, Mrs. Downing read a report about our Fayette water system, also about the sewage disposal system. Our new Language unit discusses Hobbies. Pam brought her coin collection to show to us. Richard brought his collection of miniature dinosaurs. We hope to plan one day next week for all of us to bring our collections. We are still working on our multiplication tables. Many of us know them very well, while a few of us need to have much more drill on them. We will be starting to multiply with two place numbers next week so we will have to know our times tables then. FAYETTE THEATRE Sixth Grade — —by Eileen Bonjour In spelling last week we had 17 people that had A's. This week we had 11 people who got A's. That means quite a few of us have got to study harder. In Social Studies we have finished chapter two and are ready to start chapter three. We have, been studying about "'How the Greeks Gave Us Democracy, Love of Beauty, and Freedom of Mind." Also we found out how life in Athens is different from life in Sparta. We found out all about the Gods and Godesses and many of us made reports on them. Wednesday in Art we made color resist pictures. To do this we used a piece of dark construction paper and took light colors and colored hard so the little pores in the paper would be filled up. After that we took black tempra paint and painted over the paper. Many of us were surprised when the tempra slid right off the wax. All of us think that the pictures turned out very nice. Seventh Grade — —by Merllne Brauae In Spelling this week the girls . were very pleased. The reason was because there was a spelling *,.-*a-bee .between toe girl* And the* l&boys. The girls won one, tied the * : *hext, and-won the last. '".' In Science, we had several ex> pertinents. One experiment was proving that cold air was heavier u . than warm air. T>e second was ." proving that air can be compressed!. Another experiment was about vibrations or sound. Two girls played a song on pop bottles filled with water at different , levels, We are studying in our book «bout our close neighbor, Mex- Friday and Saturday Oct. 5-6-7 VIC MORROW LESLIE PARRISH PORTRAIT OF A MOBSTER Sun - Mon - Tues Oct. 8-9-10 JAMES DARREN DEBORAH WALLEY GIDGET GOES HAWAIIAN Enjoy Gas Heating, the finest home heating .... 3 ways better / You get the finest performance from Green Colonial home heating. Tlic three plus features make the big difference. They include— fuel savings up to lY'jo —greater comfort because of a carefully tailored-to-fit installation—and longer trouble-free service due to heavier furnace construction. FOREMOST in your plans for BETTER LIVING ONCRIEF WINTER AIR CONDITIONING Green Colonial installations are designed for the efficient addition of summer cooling. Enjoy Tomorrow's Better Living Today! Donald Vandersee PLUMBING and HEATING Fayette, Iowa GREEN HEATING • COOLING Designed lor Add' On Summer Air Conditioning Low and Compact (or Space-Saving Installations Easily adapted (or basement installation If you're planning to improve your home, there'- no better way than to improve the indoor climate in every room. This Winter Air Conditioner provides warm air, filtered clean and gently circulated for every room. Summer Air Conditioning, using the same ducts and registers, is easily added at anytime to provide clean, cool, dehumidified air for every room. The cost of an ideal indoor climate the year 'round is much less than for a new car. Call for a free estimate, today! Gene Wm. Singer Plumbing, Heating, Wiring FAYETTE, IOWA UPPER IOWA vs. WARTBURG Saturday, October 7 - 1:3O P. M. THESE MERCHANTS URGE YOU TO SUPPORT THE TE4M - ATTEND THE GAME Were Backing The Team ALL THE WAY EARIE'S STANDARD SERVICE LEWIS VARIETY STORE Complete Line Of SCHOOL SUPPLIES Get Your Kodak Color Film For Pictures Of The Homecoming Game DANIELS DRUG You'll Find That FRIENDLY ATMOSPHERE AT GEORGE'S PLACE Where College Friends Meet COFFEE NOOK CAFE Fayette, Iowa Phone 4 We're Proud Of The Team STATE BANK OF FAYETTE Fayette, Iowa THRIFTY FOOD MART For All Things Good To Eat Phone 81 Fayette, Iowa Everything In the Food Line FOR THE TEAM AND THE FANS BILL'S SUPER VALU We're Behind The Team 100 Per Cent FARM BUREAU INSURANCE CO. Phone 258 Fayette, Iowa JOIN THE TEAM After The Homecoming Game <*TT S DRIVE-IN UPPER IOWA UNIVERSITY cht«ta£m, listed from the top downt Kaihy Shaffer from Fayette, Iowa, a junior majoring in phyi- tcal education «pd biology) Pam WHUimor* from Dysaxi, Iowa, a freshman majoring in English! Peggy Elscheid from Fayette. Jpwa, a freshman majoring In physical education} 1 Clare Baker from Do- corah, Iowa,,a so&homore majoring In English! Peggy Schmidt from Des Plaints, 111., a sophomore ma]or}ng In Ehglishi Joonn j*yl** from Chicago, 111., a sophomore majoring to business administration. For The Best In Movie Entertainment FAYETTE THEATER Join The Team And Eat At LUCY'S GARDEN OF EATEN' Meals — Short Orders — Good Coffee Anti Freeze ~ Cash and Carry T*. $2 per gal, • Your Car Np^ /jf:' .'>•> SERVICE Aluminum Craft Boats Johnson Outboard Motors 1ULLJNS SPORT SHOP —....— ^ ^ Were Backing The Team ALL THE WAY FAY AGENCY Fayette, Iowa

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