Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on October 19, 1961 · Page 4
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October 19, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Fayette School News Third Grade — We were sorry to have Alan T rive leave our room. Alan has mi- to Missouri. Done Kiel brought a snake to ' ii.- room this past week. We were •<•!" interested in watching ! i'n because he shed his skin ",'V ,I" we had him. Thank you f • 1 >ci titf i nf» him, Doug, K.ciyone has been writing the s of the (lavs of the week in ! il wri mg ass tliis week. We celebrated three birthdays tlr's wei 'k. Thank you for the hi'-'tidav treats Debbie Smith, Hilly McGee, and Riekie Yearous, During social studies class this week we have h e e n learning many lliing.s about Christopher C !iinilms. Janice Aanes, Nancy Ash, Sue Heck, Jane Howen, Denise Dean, DeWayne Kuhens, Doug Langer- in.'iii, Marsha Leverington, Elaine Pickett, Sherry Seheidel and (Jary Shepaid have spelling test papers first six weeks. about the conservation of our natural resources. All of us can recite the Conservation Pledge. We have enjoyed our bulletin board, many posters of "Smokey and His Helpers", and the song "Smokey the Bear". This material will give us an introduction to our next science unit on Conservation. There were 15 students who wrote a perfect six weeks spelling list. Many of us found our Wednesday dictation sentences quite difficult. After seven weeks of school there are still some pupils who can't spell the word "dictation". Judy King has been appointed chairman of the Committee for building our class float. Others on the committee are Diane Pattison, Barbara Ashby, Rhonda Van Bogart, Jutie Smith, Darla MeBride, Clyde Pickett, James Niles,, and Robert Manderfield. After seeing our report cards had perfect^for the first six weeks period during the many of us realize we must work harder on many subjects. rug which will be for Mrs. Bright. As people prepare material, they will use spare time to weave on the loom. -Some of the rugs may be for sale at the Carnival, the last of the month. We will soon begin some Christmas projects. Everyone is looking forward to one day's vacation, October 20, while the teachers are at the State Teachers' Meeting. noodle salad, cake Fifth Grade — —Huth Everett This week everyone in our room was glad to be able to take heme the pretty Birds In Relief Pictures that we sculptured from snip suds. Everyone did a very nice job painting the birds in a natural color. Along with the pictures, report cards, other Art work, and many pa tiers that were saved by the t<>acber were taken home. Before these items were taken home everyone was encouraged to look i ver his .work, and' think about which subjects should have more attention during the coming .weeks. This week the majority of the class began some completely new "work in Arithmetic. This was tw --place multiplication and how t.) check these problems. To some it seemed a very complicated pro-ess at first, but by the end of the week most difficulties had I oen overceme. Several of our el-iss are about 30 pages ahead and are now beginning to divide t!> roe- place numbers. Our stories in Reeding are e-pccially interesting to us right now. The unit is called Moving Westward and fits in with our Se-ial Studies very well. It was quite evident that most everyone had been reading just for pleasure on this unit so far. When we took a qui/ over the new words we didn't know what they meant or how to use them. Each time we started to read a, new story we were to .use the dictionary or glossary to look up the new words as we read the story Result; of the quiz indicated that, this advice had been ignored by a great many of the class. Rosanna Stepp celebrated her birthday this week by treating the class to candy bars. Susan Welch had a peculiar accident en Thursday. David Beck lost his shoe as ho kicked at the 1 all and Susan got the shoe right in her face. Susan ended up with a black eye. We are all happy that it was not more serious. Everyone will have to be a little mere careful in the future and not get too close to the "batter" in a game of Kickball. Seventh Grade — By Eugene WeyanJt We had many ideas for our float. We chose between two favored ones. Sailing on to Victory and Hang the Pirates. We decided on the latter. Everyone had a good time working on the float especially Thursday evening in the rain. We wish to thank Mr. and Mrs. Dahlquist for the use of their barn to make our float in and Mr. and Mrs. Weyant for their tractor and wagon, and Mr. Sheeley for the nails he gave us and Mr. Yearous for the lumber. We are enjoying our Junior Scholastic . Magazine which we receive once a week. We have been studying Russia and the other communist countries in our Junior Scholastics. Friday during Science class we had the pleasure to go into the Home Economics room for a demonstration of an oven which uses Micro-waves to bake foods in a short time. It would take from one to two hours for you to cook a roast in a regular oven but this oven took a matter of minutes. To everyone's surprise she put a florescent li^ht in the oven and it lighted up with no wires attached. Also you can take a dish from the Micro Wave oven and it isn't hot so you don't need hot mats. Hot Lunch — Monday—Macaroni and cheese, egg salad sandwiches, peas, milk, apple sauce, tomato juice. Tuesday — Beef and roup, crackers, sunshine dried beef sandwiches peaches, milk. Wednesday — Weiners in bun, corn, celery and carrotls, pudding, cake, milk Thursday — Creamed chicken on potatoes, green beans, fruit cup, peanut butter sandwiches, milk. Friday — Tomato soup, cheese, crackers, apple crisp, potato chips, tuna salad ' sandwiches, milk. Honor Roll Lee Seniors — Ann Austin, u e e Burns, Jean Ann Cowles, Dayna Dumcrmuth, Dennis Heth, Larry Keig, Judy Langerman, Joanna Quandt, Jostin Talcott, John Tripp, Judy Tripp, Marge Webb, Larry Williams. Juniors — Diane Ashby, Mary Austin, Ken Butlers, Carol Clark, Harleyn Cue, Max Dilley, Kathy Keig, Zoo Anna Martin. Sophomores —• Sue Crafton, Charlene Leverington, Ric Miller, Andrea Nadeau, Winnie Mae Zbornik. Freshmen —• Arlene Frieldy, Barbara Keig, Linda King, Dane MeBride, Tom Schmidt, Rolland Stoneman. Homecoming — 1961 The Student Council, u n d e r the direction of Mr. Capell worked very hard and in a very co­ operative manner to make "Homecoming, '61" one of the best F.H.S. has ever known. The committee for Thursday night activities was Larry Williams, Chairman, Bill Chase, Jerry Tann and Bob Huhbell. Larry was in charge of the bonfire. Mike and Duane Schneider, .Gary Campbell, Bill Chase. I) r n n i e Conner, and Ron Timmerman helped Larry gather the wood down by the Volga River. The flood this spring furnished plenty of material. Don Van Sickle and Bernard Rhode gave some old tires for the bonfire. Unfortunately, the weather man did not cooperate so the fire could he lit Thursday night. Bill Chase was in charge of getting the watermelons for the Watermelon Feast. Mr. and Mrs. Stepp again this year donated the watermelons. Jerry Tann made the arrangements with Mr. Dahl for attending the local movie free of charge. Bob Hubbell planned a pep rally for Thursday evening which also could not be held because of the hard rain and hail. Ron Timmerman and Dick Olson were in charge of tne float and parade on Friday. Sharon Henry and Linda King were responsible for the planning of the half time activities at the football game on Friday evening. This included the presentation of the queen and king candidates, presentation of the winning floats and the performance of the band., The Homecoming Dance Committee was made up of Winnie Mae Zbornik — Chairman, Renee Jellings and Andrea Nadeau. These people with lots of other helpers decorated the gym with the theme "Our Crown and Glory." Twilight (light) Blue and Azure (medium) Blue crepe paper accented with white and stiver glitter was used in the decorations. On the east side was a mural. Mr. Wittlich and his band played for the dance. Dayna Dumermuth and Bob Lamphier were in charge of those things that no one was especially responsible for. These things included the balloting for the king and queen, Bed and White Day on Thursday to build up school spirit, flowers for the royal court and posters concerning the dance. Special Education — —Mrs. Swarlz On Friday, October 6, the Special Education room was the scene of a surprise birthday party. Mrs. Swartz was called to the office for. a conference and when she came, back, she found the room darkened and a birthday cake with lighted candles the center of attention. Persons in the room had brought fudge, apples, ice cream and Koolaid. There was also a lovely gift-wrapped package for Mrs. Swartz, the guest of honor. It contained very pretty pink towels. Mrs. Swartz treated the room to candy bars. Arnold has woven a rug for Mrs. Stranahan. Donald is about to begin a THERMOGAS FOR THE BEST IN L.P. Bulk Gas-Service Appliances Farm Uses Skilled Workmanship & Engineered Installation THERMOGAS CO. OF SUMNER SUMNER, IOWA •,, \,j., , _ PHONE 314 SINGER PLUMBING AND HEATING FAYETTE, IOWA PHONE 247-R-2 111 Sixth Grade — —Mrs. Butterfield We were happy to have Mr. W. C. Ritter, District Forester from the State Conservation Commission visit us Tuesday. He talked to us about Fire Prevention. We are reading from several pamphlets which tell us Legal Notice NOTICE OF EXPIRATION OF RIGHT OF REDEMPTION TO: Helen Brown and Catherine Smith, the parties in whose names -the real estate hereinafter described is taxed: You and each of you are hereby notified that on the 5th day of December, 1960, the following described real estate, to wit:, Lot Fourteen (-14), Block Two (2), Smith's Addition to the City of Oelwein, Fayette County, Iowa was sold by the County Treasurer of said County at ihe annual sale begun and publicly held on the first Monday in December, 1960, to Ray Leafstedf for the then delinquent; and unpaid taxes against said real estate for the years 1956, 1957, 1958, 1959; and that a Cer tificate of Purchase at Tax Sale No. 5039 was duly issued to said purchaser by said County Treas urier and that said purchaser is still the owner and holder of said Certificate of Purchase, •t.You. are further notified that thp light of redemption will expire, and a Treasurer's Deed conveying, said real estate to said purchaser; will be issued by the County Treasurer of Fayette county, Iowa, unless redemption is made within after the com- this Notice, day of Septem- &aiBNSON Agents for White Elephant SALE Saturday, Oct. 28 7:30 P. 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