Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa on November 30, 1961 · Page 4
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Fayette County Leader from Fayette, Iowa · Page 4

Fayette, Iowa
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Thursday, November 30, 1961
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Fayette School News Editorial — One of the "Unsung heroes" of the girls bnskctbnll team is our chap- i -nno. Miss Mary Ellen McCor- nnek. She is an Upper Iowa student who has taken the time to crime to all the games and be our rhaporone. But, to us, she is more than just n rhnperone; she is a source of inspiration. Her terrific spirit and will to win just bursts out all over. Is it any wonder that we should profit from knowing her? Having been a basketball player herself, (she won all-state honorable mention as a senior in high school) she has many good and helpful suggestions. Her personality is one to be envied by all. She is always willing to help anyone in any way and her face is always donning a happy smile. ; Yes. we basketball girls really enjoy having her as our chaperone and appreciate all that she does for us. She has helped us greatly to play as hard as we can and to do our best to add more wins to the "victory roster" of F.H.S. To you. Miss McCormack, a big THANKS from all of us. Fourth Grade — We have begun a new health en't on teeth and proper care of our bodies. Vicki's reading group dramatized a story in their reading book, "The Wizard of Villville." Everyone did an excellent job. Members of the cast included: Jim Alderson, Ed Bradley, Barbara Hayes, Tom PctscW, Becky McGee, Vicki Crafton, Qnarlene Smith, Marisue Yates, Jack.' Frey, Susan Hubbell and Alan Llau. In science we have been studying floor plans. Scott JJnge brought blue prints and architectural drawings of his home. Irvin Gage brought a flourescent light bulb which we have also been discussing. Everyone enjoyed watching Charlie Chamelon, Eddie Bradley's new pet, who visited our room. centipede with onlv one shoe. BEAT VALLEY Say, Bert, we like the "hairpins" you use. Toothpicks are kind of handy, aren't they? BEAT VALLEY Congrats to the girls on their victory over Arlington. Let's keep it up! BEAT VALLEY Also, tongraLs to Larry Williams on receiving the honor of All State honorable mention. BEAT VALLEY We're happy to see Sharon T. so ready, willing, and "on the ball" in chorus. But, gee. Sharon, if Mr. Powis wants a solo, he'll ask you. BEAT VALLEY Isn't it nice to know that the sen iors are so interested in their school work. Now 1 would say that four out of 35 is a pretty good average for having chosen subjects for term papers. For most of us, though, it's a one night job. Right? Hot Lunch — Monday — Beefburger on bun. pickle relish, onion rings, corn, cake with fruit topping, milk. Tuesday — Tomato juice, wein er, bread and butter, potato salad, corn bread and honey butter, relish tray, peach sauce, milk. Wednesday — Goulash, cottage cheese, bread and butter, chocolate cake, fruit cup, milk, relish tray. Thursday — Baked beans and ham, lettuce and tomato salad, pudding, dried beef sandwiches, tangerines, milk. Friday — Fishsticks, tarter sauce, corn, cabbage salad, raisin bread, apricot sauce, fruit juice, bread and butter, milk. pated in Pep club, track, band, chorus, paper staff, film operator, d-amatics and pep band. Last year he received a letter in track Following graduation, he pla to join the air force. lans The newest member of our senior class, Itosalie "Rosie" Nichols, was born July 10, 1943, at Hazleton. She is the daughter of the R. J. Nichels. This 5'2", green-eyed, bownette says that her hobby is collecting records and stuffed ani­ mals. Her pet peeve is people who think they ore better than others. Her favorites are: Music — "Missing You"; color — lavender: all sports; roods -- pepsi and pizza; (lancing and skating: movies "Bon Hu'r" and "Gone With The Wind." Before transferring to Fayette, she participated in many activities at Independence, including basketball, cheerleading, sports dub. drama club, dramatics, pep dub. chorus, glee club, and writer's club. While at Fayette she has participated in mixed chorus, dra unties and pep club. Her favorite memory of high school was the Christmas formal her junior year. Famed archeologist to be speaker For Upper Iowa Commencement BAKED PRUNE-POTATO PUFFS (with the prunes quick snipped with shears) "Whoever dreamed that potatoes could bo so flavorv! First there's a flurry of curry in them, next a bit of cheese and finally they offer the honest ir.naty fruitiness of chopped prunes. All this in little round p'\fls that bake up delicately crisp on the outside, deliciously light and soft inside. Serve with any meat dish ... they're quick to make, easy to make. Special Education — — Mrs. Swartz We have been having stories about Thanksgiving. Each person hunted out a story and read to the class. Those chosen by John, Arnold, and Marcella, were especially interesting, since they were about the first Thanksgiving. Don has been especially enjoying reading a story about Christopher Columbus. The story begins when he is a boy. At our last meeting on Nov. 17, Donna was elected president and John was elected vice president. Other officers are: Secretary, Marcella; and treasurer, Donald. Arnold was in charge of games. Soon after Thanksgiving we will begin Christmas projects. We are also getting the loom set up so that we can do some Christmas articles. Honor Roll — Fayette high school sutdents who are listed on the honor roll for the second six weeks period are as follows: SENIORS — Ann Austin, Lee Burns, Jean Ann Cowles, Dayna Dumermuth, Sharon Henry, Dennis Heth, Larry Keig, Judy Langerman, Rosalie Michcls, Joanne Quandt, Jostin Talcott, John Tripp, Judy Tripp, Marge Webb, Larry Williams. JUNIORS — Diane Ashby, Mary Austin, Ken Butters, Carol Clark, Harleyn Cue, Max Dilley, Kathy Keig. SOPHOMORES - Sue Crafton, Charlcne Leverington, Rick Miller, Andrea Nadeau, Winnie Mae Zbornik. FRESHMEN - Sharon Ash. Arlene Friedly, Barbara Keig, Linda King, Dane McBride, Tom Schmidt, Rolland Stoneman. 1 teaspoon curry powder 1 envelope instant whipped potato flakes 3 ,4 cup water % cup milk '/i teaspoon salt 2 eggs, beaten VJi cups grated American cheddar cheese Vz cup finely 'chopped prunes Cornflake crumbs Melted butter Blend curry powder and contents of potato envelope. Into saucepan place water, milk and salt. Heat just to boiling point. Remove from heat; stir in potato, mix well. Add beaten eggs, cheese and prunes. Stir until blended. Form into 12 balls. Roll each in crumbs, then melted butter and in crumbs again. Bake at 400 degrees, 10-15 minutes. •Snip prunes from pits with shears. Dr. William F. Albright, a famed archeologist and linguist, and former graduate of Upper Iowa university, will be the 1962 commencement speaker. Dr. Albright is the author of over 800 -books, papers, reports, etc., on archeology, and oriental subjects, including: The Excavation of Tell Beit Mirsim, 1932-43; From the Stone Age to Christianity, 1940; Archeology and the Religion of Israel, 1942; and Archeology of Palestine, 1949. His books have been printed in English, Hebrew, French, German and Italian. DR. ALBRIGHT was born in Cnquimbo, Chile, May 24, 1891. He was graduated from Upper Iowa in 1912, and went on to Johns Hopkins university to receive hs Ph.D. degree in 1916. He obtained the following Honorary degrees: Litt. D., Upper Iowa, Yale, Georgetown university. University of Dublin; D.H .L., Jewish Theological Seminary of America, Hebrew Union college, Jewish Institute of Religion, Collect' of Jewish Studies; Th. D., Utrecht university, Uppsala university; LL. D., St. Andrews university, Boston college, Franklin and Marshall college; Dr. Honoris, Causa, Oslo university. Dr. Albright was the director of the American School of Or : iental Research in Jerusalem from 1920 - 29, and from 1932 - 36. He has been the W. W. Spence Professor of Semitic Languages at Johns Hopkins university since 1929. He did archeological exploring and excavating in Palestine, Syria, Mesopotamia, Egypt and Arabia from 1921 - 51. He is an honorary member of the American Philosophical Society, the National Academy of Sciences, the Royal Danish, Royal Irish, and Royal Flemish academies, the Institute of France, the Asiatic Society of France, the German Archaeological Institute, the British Society for Old Testament Study, the Glasgow Oriental Society, the Finnish Oriental Society, the Catholic Biblical Association of America, and many more too numerous to mention. Learned Societies, the Conference on Science, Philosophy aria Religion, the International Congress of Orientalists, as well as many others. Dr. Albright is listed in Who's Who in America. He presently resides in Baltimore, Maryland. DR. WILLIAM ALBRIGHT DR. ALBRIGHT is the first vice president of the American Schools of Oriental Research, and the /American Foundation for the Study of Man; the former president of the American Oriental Society, the Palestine Oriental Society, the Society of- Biblical Literature; the former vice chairman of the American Council of Two students win Honors in contest Two students from the Fayette Community grade school won honors in the county fire prevention poster contest held in Oelwein last week. Mary Cu'lligan, fourth grade, and Darlcne Wardell,' fifth grade, each took second place in the contest. Each grade through the sixth entered two posters in the local contest and winners were then entered in the county contest. SAMNGSIBONDS RELAX! KNOW YOU'RE SAFfc RE-TIRE THIS CHRISTMAS .gjf^j^s You'll Find The BEST BUYS IN TOWN On TRACTOR AND CAR TIRES At Campbell 's Station DEEP ROCK SERVICE Ed Campbell, Proprietor This 'n That — —,by Marge In all fairness to the art educa- . lion of our fair earth, we have a great masterpiece to present. The yet undiscovered, but very talented artists and poets are none other than our very own Max Dilley and Larry Keig. Here is their latest and greatest composition. The Ideal Girl - She looks like a million bucks — all green and wrinkled. Her hair is like a rainbow — it's of many colors. •Her nose is like a refrigerator — it runs constantly. Her teeth are like stars — they _ come out at night. She's got what it takes to get into the movies — 90 cents. • Her mouth is like a cave — always open. Her eyes are.like pools — cesspools. Her hair is like wool — steel wool. '.; Her skin r is like paper — sandpiper. , .jHer. eyes are the most magnificent feature' of all — all three of them. Very good, fellows. Some day .when your names are in lights, we'll say to our fellow Americans, "I went to school with those nuts!" BEAT VALLEY Do you know what goes 99 plunk, 99 plunk, 99 plunk? Give up? A Senior Sketch — Dick Van Sickle is the son of the Donald Van Sickles of rural Fayette. He was born April 29, 1944, and his eyes are hazel and his hair brown. At present he stands 5*10" and weighs 150 pounds. His hobbies are swimming, boating, and skiing. He enjoys listening to rock and roll music; his favorite color is black; and he likes to eat chicken and apple pie. His pet peeve is a person who tells on others. While in high school he partici- LEWIS' 5c to $1.00 , O STORE CHRISTMAS CARDS 88c FIRE INSURANCE • RESIDENTIAL • COMMERCIAL • HOMEOWNERS See Your State Auto Agent. 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