Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 2, 1961 · Page 4
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November 2, 1961

Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

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Fayette School News peas, egg salad snndwiches, Ice cream, brownies, tossed salad, milk. First Grade — — Mrs. Scheldel In science we are studying a unit on fall. We have found that the season of fall envinces many changes. Scott Klemp celebrated his birthday this week by treating his class to candy bars. Our room is looking mote like Halloween. We have black cats_ Jack-o-Lanterns, and ghosts prowling around. In numbers we have learned the number words from one to ten. We have learned how wind makes work in social studies. bert Pattison; Katie (the maid) — Mary Mnnson; Grandpa Proph- ater — Jostin Talcott; Trolly conductor — Ron Maxson. The story takes place in the early 1900s in St. Louis. Everyone is anxiously awaiting the opening of the World's Fair, when Mr. Smith announces that Mr. Dodge is going to send him to New York to operate the business there. The whole family is upset. The daughters make plans to try to keep the family in St. Louis instead of moving to Now York. Ineir successes and failures will give your whole family an evening of fun. After graduation, Joyce plans to attend the School of Beauty in Waterloo. Fourth Grade — The fourth graders are making booklets on the English settlements in America. We have just completed studying the English colonization of the Southern States. Aquariams are the topic of discussion in science. Dennis Briggs brought some guppies and Elodea which we have placed in an aquarium. Each of us are making a picture of different fish which we will put on the bulletin board. In arithmetic we are learning long division. Most of us understand the procedure quite well. Those of us who do not find we need more work on our multiplication tables. Thanks to Roberta Fish who celebrated her birthday Oct. 7, and Jack Frey who celebrated his October 17 for treats. In art we are making Halloween pictures using facial tissue for ghosts. SENIOR SKKETCHES Our senior of the week is Joyce Oelberg, 5'5" daughter of the C. F. Oel bergs of rural Fayette. This pretty, blue-eyed senior with light brown hair was homucoming queen candidate during her Junior year. Sewing is her hobby. Some of her favorites are: Color — powder blue, all kinds of music, and any clothes that look good on the person wearing them. Her pet peeve is someone that makes fun of an older person. Joyce has participated in chorus, small choral groups, pep club, and dramatics while in high school. 'Her fond memory of high school was to find out that both she and her brother, Duane, were homecoming candidates the same year. January 1 is not only the first day of each new year, but also the birthday of 17 -year-old Bill Chase. Bill has green eyes and brown hair, and is the son of Mr. and Mrs. Alva Chase. He lik'-s girls an I popular music. Hunt in'X is one of his favorite pastimes. Tin; activities that he has been in are football, basketl.all, track, and pep club. Bill has earned the "F" letter in athletics. When a freshman, he was homecoming attendant. His pet peeve is any teacher that works a student too hard. Bill is looking forward to graduation this spring, and plans to go to the army. Hot Lunch — Monday — Beef and gravy on mashed potatoes, peas fruit cup, bread and butter, milk, cake and cheese sticks. Tuesday — Beefburgers, green leans, tomato juice, pear sauce, graham crackers and milk. Wednesday — Scalloped po- Wednesday — Scalloped potatoes and ham, fruit jello, peanut butter sandwiches, coin and milk. Thursday — ( peach sauce, cah dried beef sandw Friday — Tun; Chili, crackers cake, relish tray, Iwiches, milk, a and noodles This 'n That — —by Margo We should all (live a big hand and "thank you" to Mrs. Stevens and Mrs. McCalltim '."id to Barb and Rosie) for beinK : uch "good Joes" at the pep meeting. Perhaps we students <,f Fayette don't realize how luck" '•<•'<• nre to ha e teachers who will do things out of the ordinary lo provide us w'.th a !aiK> or tw i. t -n -t The seniors wl.n worked on their flo-;l know n-vv who to call on if Ihev need re .illy good story - teller. Ron. do you really think those little girl* believed that we stole our wagon from Wagon Train? But. you're Kit Carson stories were very convincing. t-n-t The girls out for basketball are now sighing a sigh of relief, for, alas, they no loner have to report for gym clas . We seniors no longer have to fight for our lives every Tuesday and Thursday out on ttiat socier field. As for me, one big giant Hurrah!!! t-n-t Congratulations to Sharon Thyer on being chosen Homecoming Queen. Oh, Congrats to you, too, ... ... i) I vour ! .uig.:,'np. t-n-t It's a good thing that Mr McCormack has a lot of patience i I .I .;. and alter Thursday morning we are sure he has. You see, that was the fateful day that we seniors got our proofs just about mid-study hall. Might I say, wc were all more than slight- GOOD reason, to give up. Come off basketball season with the ly excited. on. even if we can't win confer- best school spirit Fayette has ever t-n-t enee, we can do our best to end known. What's happening to our terrif- up with a good record, and one g ve now ic sojiool spirit that you showed that we can well be p.oud of. ' during the first of the season? t-n-t Just because we've lost a couple One during remark! Let's all games is no reason, at least no keep I; irking the team and start IT PAYS TO ADVERTISE TRY LEADER WANT ADS THANK YOU JOHN THIELE — AUCTIONEER RUSSELL SV/ARTZ — CLERK KN1EF RAMBLER SALES OF OELWEIN ARNOLD HETH CITY LAUNDERING CO. — OELWEIN ALL WHO DONATED AND TO ALL BUYERS You Made Our White Elephant Sale A Huge Success! Fayette Lions Club Sixth Grade.— — by .Barbara Ashby and Judy King We were happy to have Mr. Wes Ashby come to our room Wednesday and talk to us about Conservation. He told us why we should conserve our wildlife, how the length of a hunting season was established, and many other interesting things. We completed our science unit on Conservation, and had our test, Friday. In social studies we are learning about Palestine. Eileen Bonjour brought several interesting pictures to class which she found in the National Geographic. Word has been received that Judy King won first prize on the Fire Prevention posters. Susan Robb won second. Eighth Grade — On our bulletin board we have many pictures of fall. •Friday we had a science test. It was over chemical changes. We have new language workbooks. We have done three or four pages for a test. Special Education — — Mrs. Swart* We did not have a Homecoming float this year, but Donald, Slnda and Linda rode decorated bicycles. We were very happy when Donald's bike won the bicycle prize of $1. He brought a game board and made a football field to put over the bike basket. Donna and Marcella made beautiful one-crust meringue pies in home economics. iPhylUs, Sinda and John have been ill and absent part of the week. We are working at many different reading levels. We have one person working on reading . readiness material. Linda and '< Sinda are just finishing their third Pre-Primer and will begin to read in a Primer next week. John, Arnold, Phyllis and Marcella have been using the Science Research Associates reading material. They have enjoyed the stories very much. Some times •.they read a particularly interest: log story to the rest of the stu- - dents. '•Donald and Donna are using '^Pome Along" of the Houghton Mifflin series for their reading. There are at present four lev- <||s in arithmetic. One person is ^working on beginning material. SIJFWD are on the second level. Four part using fourth grade material Wnd two are using fifth grade rppxta and workbooks. We "work together on units. We >~ljB.ve had g number of interesting movies ~r "Dangerous Stran- ^fbr'f and "Our Big Round World" Jge 'tha.two most recent. SPECIAL EVENTS fThfe senior class play will be Bid tin Jtav. lj?, ; flt 8 p. m. in the tyetffc bight sibQPl gym. The Bt tocludes: Mr. Smith (father) Larry» WiUiams; Mrs. Smith other) T- Judy Langerman; se Dayna Dumerxnuth; Es- FOOTBALL CONTEST ENTRY BLANK Leader Football Contest entry blank for games to be played on Saturday, November 4. All entry blanks must be mailed or deposited in the store of one of the sponsoring merchants before 5 p. m. on Friday of each week. Winners will be announced in the next issue of the Leader. NOVEMBER 3 Ohio State—— CONTEST ENDING Iowa vs ——Indiana vs Northwestern ——Mich. State Duke Missouri Dubuque vs vs vs vs —Parsons —Simpson -Ripon -Cornell -Detroit -Pitt -Navy -Penn State -T C U -Florida vs -Colgate -Miss. State -Dartmouth -West Central Minnesota Michigan- Colorado- Wartburg- vs Luther- vs Upper Iowa- vs Beloit- vs Knox- vs Army vs , , Syracuse- vs Notre Dame- vs Maryland- vs Baylor- Georgia Tech- vs Lehigh- vs Alabama- Yale vs vs Fayette- Mame Address FOOTBALL A CHANCE TO WIN $10 WEEKLY 1. This football game prediction contest will appear each week in the Fayette Leader for 9 consecutive weeks. 2. An entry blank, listing 20 games to be played on the following weekend, will be printed in each ad. Entry blanks will also be available at the place of business of each of the sponsoring merchants listed on this page. All thai each contestant needs lo do to be eligible for up to $10 in prizes each week is to mark his or her choice of the winner of each game and deposit the blank in the contest box in any of the stores of the sponsoring merchants. Or the blanks may be mailed to the Leader office. The entry blank in this ad, or a reasonable facsimile may be used. After each game listed, merely check the team you think will win. You don't pick scores, but if you think the outcome of lho game will be a lie, check the names of both teams lo indicate a tie. 3. If a person picks all games listed correctly, he or she will receive $10 in cash as the prize for thai week from the sponsors. If no one picks all the games correctly, the one having the most correct game predictions will receive $5.00 and the one with the second most correct entry will receive $2.00 in cash. In case of ties, the money will be divided among the winners. Winners will claim their prize money at the Leader office and winners will be announced each week in the Leader. 4. Anyone is eligible to enter the contest except employes of the Fayette Leader and their immediate families. No purchase is necessary in order to enter and contestants need not purchase a newspaper. 5. Each person can submit only one entry for each w*»ek*s contest. 6. All entries will be held for one week after winners are anfnounced in event a question should arise. Judge's decisions are final. 7. All entries must be deposited or mailed before S p. m. on the Friday of each week preceding the Saturday the games are to be played. CONTEST Although the Editor of the Leader is not eligible to eaUec lb* Leader football contest he is still eligible to make predict! new, and feels that he can possibly outguess the majority «f thnss who enter. If you care to match wits with him. Just check the predictions below, and those listed in each of lhe ads ess this page, and see how they compare with yours. Check Uwa again after each contest closes, and see who had ttw moat games guessed correctly. Rlpon over Beloit Army over Detroit Cornell over Knox Syracuse over Pitt Dartmouth over Yale Alabama over Miss. State Lehigh over Colgate Georgia Tech over Florida Baylor over TCO Penn State over Maryland HOME MADE PIZZA SANDWICHES — MALTS Cold Drinks — Sno Creme Join The Football Crowd After The Game At Noire Dame over Navy Oil's Drive-In Otto and Margaret Finger, Proprietors Full Line Of GUNS - AMMUNITION SHOTGUN SHELLS - RIFLE SHELLS AMERICAN ARCHERY EQUIPMENT HUNTING CLOTHES DUCK DECOYS Good Buys On Used Motors Iowa over Ohio State MULLINS SPORT SHOP YOUR DEPARTMENT STORE OF INSURANCE Representing All Lines * Allied Mutual Ins. Group — Farmers Casualty Mutual Co. Western Surely Co. — Iowa Hardware Muiual Ins. Co. LeMars Mutual Ins. Co. — Hawkeye Security Ins. Co. United Security Ins. Co. — Farm and City Mutual Ins, Co. Dairyland Mutual Ins. Co. — Carolina Casualty Co. Connecticut General Life Ins. Co. Life Insurance Co. of North America Zurich Insurance Co. — Merchants Mutual Bonding Co. American Guarantee and Liability Ins, Co. FAYETTE 'INSURANCE AGENCY Phone 88 Fayette. 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